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Carlos Fangueiro

Carlos Manuel Fangueiro Soares, known as Fangueiro, is a Portuguese retired footballer who played as a right winger, the current manager of Luxembourg club FC Atert Bissen. He amassed Primeira Liga totals of 184 games and 31 goals over the course of seven seasons, representing in the competition Vitória de Guimarães, Gil Vicente and União de Leiria, he added 103/17 in the Segunda Liga, had spells in England with Millwall and Walsall. Born in Leixões, Fangueiro joined Leixões SC's youth system at the age of 10. Still a junior, he made one appearance for the main squad in the second division proceeded to compete three full seasons with the club in the third level. Fangueiro signed for Vitória S. C. in 1997, making his Primeira Liga debut on 21 September by playing 29 minutes in a 2–3 away loss against S. C. Braga. After two consecutive loan spells in division two, with F. C. Maia and Gil Vicente FC, he returned to help his team narrowly miss out on qualification for the UEFA Cup in the 2002–03 campaign after a fourth-placed finish, contributing with 28 games – 11 starts – and seven goals to this feat.

In the 2005 summer Fangueiro joined English side Millwall, but struggled to break into the starting line-up, making thirteen overall appearances for the Lions as they were relegated from the Championship. He scored his only goal for the club on 23 August in a 2–0 win over Bristol Rovers in the first round of the League Cup, being released at the end of the season. Free agent Fangueiro moved to Walsall from League Two on 18 August 2006; the following day, he netted a last-minute equalizer at Lincoln City in a 2–2 draw. C. on 7 December, linking up with former Vitória boss Augusto Inácio and being part of a squad that suffered relegation from the Superleague Greece after amassing just four points. Fangueiro subsequently returned to his homeland and its second tier, going on to represent F. C. Vizela and S. C. Beira-Mar, he scored a career-best 11 times in his debut season with the latter, adding 16 appearances as captain in the second to help his team return to the top division. In May 2010, aged 33, Fangueiro signed with V.

League 1's Hanoi T&T F. C. on a four-month contract. He won the national championship during his short spell joined boyhood club Leixões before announcing his retirement on 25 January 2012 after twelve months at the Estádio do Mar. On 11 May 2012, Fangueiro was appointed as manager of Luxembourg 1. Division team FC Atert Bissen on a two-year deal. Beira-MarSegunda Liga: 2009–10Hanoi T&TV. League 1: 2010 Carlos Fangueiro at ForaDeJogo Carlos Fangueiro at Soccerbase Carlos Fangueiro at Soccerway

Colemans Quarry

Colemans Quarry, grid reference ST726452 is a limestone quarry at Holwell, near Nunney on the Mendip Hills, England. The Colemans Quarry complex comprises four pits separated by three roads The quarry exhibits pale to dark grey Black Rock and Clifton Down Groups of Carboniferous Limestone with overlying buff-coloured Jurassic oolitic limestone forming an angular unconformity; the ancient Jurassic erosion surface at the unconformity contains oyster shells and abundant marine borings in the top of the Carboniferous Limestone. There are near-vertical fissures and joints in the limestone with varying amounts of calcite mineralization. A few of these have been found to contain rare Upper Jurassic vertebrate remains. There are abundant shelly corals, it came to fame in 1858 when a geologist named Moore purchased three tons of fissure filling, spent 3 years sifting and sorting and separated more than one million fossils including 27 small mammal teeth. Minerals found at the site include Calcite, Purple Fluorite, Galena and Manganese minerals.

Mineral data for this quarry from Quarries of the Mendip Hills

Keith Lewis (cornerback)

Keith Lewis is an American football cornerback for the Carolina Cobras of the National Arena League. He attended Virginia University of Lynchburg, he signed with the New York Jets after going undrafted in the 2014 NFL Draft. He has played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Omaha Mammoths, Calgary Stampeders, San Diego Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs and Detroit Lions. At Marie Sklodowska-Curie Metro High School in Chicago, Lewis amassed over 30 football scholarships and was one of the top players from the region, but with low ACT scores, he didn't get through the NCAA clearinghouse so he enrolled at the College of DuPage, a nearby junior college. He would go on to become an All-American at the junior college but grades were now an issue for him to transfer to a major program. So Lewis stepped away from football for nearly two years, he applied for and got into Harold Washington College, a college in Chicago without a football program. At Harold Washington, the lack of a football program meant that Lewis had the chance to focus on the classroom.

He spent more time getting his grades up. The Virginia University of Lynchburg offered him a scholarship. In his final season at Lynchburg, he began to turn heads and caught the attention of agents and NFL scouts. All of a sudden there was a bit of buzz about this untested raw prospect. After going undrafted in the 2014 NFL Draft Lewis signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he was released by the Buccaneers on August 29, 2014 as they trimmed their roster down to 53 players. Lewis played with the Omaha Mammoths of the Fall Experimental Football League during their 2014 season. Lewis signed a reserves/futures contract with the New York Jets on December 30, 2014. Lewis was released by the Jets as they trimmed their roster down before the start of the regular season. Signed with the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League on September 28, 2015; the San Diego Chargers and Lewis agreed to a contract on December 16, 2015. Lewis was signed by the Kansas City Chiefs in January 2016 and released by the team in June 2016.

Lewis was signed by the Detroit Lions in June 2016 and released by the team in August 2016. On January 24, 2017, Lewis signed with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Lewis was signed June 2017

2016 Bank of America 500

The 2016 Bank of America 500 was a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, scheduled to be held on October 8, 2016, but was postponed to October 9, 2016, because of Hurricane Matthew, at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina. Contested over 334 laps on the 1.5 mile intermediate speedway, it was the 30th race of the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, fourth race of the Chase, first race of the Round of 12. The race was held at Charlotte Motor Speedway, a motorsports complex located in Concord, North Carolina, United States; the complex features a 1.5 miles quad-oval track that hosts NASCAR racing including the prestigious Coca-Cola 600 on Memorial Day weekend, the Sprint All-Star Race, the Bank of America 500. The speedway was built in 1959 by Bruton Smith and is considered the home track for NASCAR with many race teams located in the Charlotte area; the track is owned and operated by Speedway Motorsports, Inc. with Marcus G. Smith as track president; the 2,000 acres complex features a state-of-the-art quarter mile drag racing strip, ZMAX Dragway.

It is the only four-lane drag strip in the United States and hosts NHRA events. Alongside the drag strip is a state-of-the-art clay oval that hosts dirt racing including the World of Outlaws finals among other popular racing events. Kevin Harvick was the fastest in the first practice session with a time of 27.870 and a speed of 193.757 mph. Kevin Harvick scored the pole for the race with a speed of 196.026 mph. He said afterwards; the car was too loose the time before. And I got to the green better, it was good in 1 and 2. But, I’ve just got to thank all my sponsors and everybody on this team and Hendrick engines and chassis for everything that they do and for everything that Stewart-Haas does; this has just been a fun car to drive today. We can get it dialed in race trim.”Alex Bowman, who qualified second, said he "didn't put the greatest lap together. In 1 and 2, we were a little free in and didn't keep it on the bottom like I needed to. Turns 3 and 4 were good, it means so much for Hendrick Motorsports to take a chance on me for these races.

I'm thankful to be here. I hate. We were so close. It's my best starting spot by a bunch, but you'd always like that pole." Both practice sessions scheduled for Friday following qualifying was cancelled due to rain stemming from Hurricane Matthew. Under clear blue North Carolina skies, Kevin Harvick led the field to the green flag at 12:05 p.m. He led the first 12 laps before Chase Elliott got a run on him exiting turn 4 and took the lead on lap 13; the first caution flew on lap 25. It was a scheduled competition caution. Five drivers – Aric Almirola, Jeffrey Earnhardt, Matt Kenseth and Paul Menard for their crews being over the wall too soon, Michael Annett for speeding – were sent to the tail end of the field for the restart; the race restarted on lap 31. The second caution flew on lap 62 for a two-car wreck in turn 3 that started when Alex Bowman suffered a right-front tire blowout and slammed the wall, as well as Casey Mears, in turn 3. “Blew a tire I guess,” Bowman said. "It’s unfortunate. I hate it for these Axalta guys.

Everybody at Hendrick Motorsports worked so hard. They destroyed it. Unfortunate, but it’s not anybody’s fault. We didn’t hit anything we just must have run over something." Mears said he "was going into the corner and I saw him come up all of a sudden. I don’t know. It's too bad. We were having a rough start of it. We were just kind of hanging on and those guys were going by us, they either blew a right-front or had something come loose or something and came up into us.” Mears went on to finish 40th. Brad Keselowski was sent to the tail end for his crew being over the wall too soon; the race restarted on lap 71. Kyle Busch made an unscheduled stop from third on lap 90 for a right-front tire "delamination." Kyle Larson made an unscheduled stop a few laps for the same issue. Green flag stops began on lap 111. Elliott handed it to Joey Logano; the third caution of the race flew on lap 117 after Logano suffered a right-front tire blowout and slammed the wall in turn 1. This handed the lead to Jimmie Johnson.

Tony Stewart was sent to the tail end of the field for speeding. The race restarted on lap 125. Denny Hamlin beat Johnson on the restart to take the lead. Harvick was running third when his engine shut off and began to fade on lap 156, he said in the garage. So I cycled through everything. By the time I figured out, it looks like low oil pressure. I hate it for everybody … they made some great adjustments today and got our car back where we needed to be to run up front and everything was going fine." The fourth caution of the race flew on the same lap for Logano suffering another right-front tire blowout and slamming the wall in turn 1 again. When asked what the issue was that caused him to wreck twice, he said he didn't "know. Tires are popping. We’re not the only car that had the issue, but we’re the ones that hit the wall when it happen, so that’s not the best place to have them go down. We had a fast car. Our car was capable of winning the race. We drove up from 10th and were up to third and running down the leaders, so I felt good about what we had.

I don’t know. Things happen. It’s part of racing, I guess.” The race restarted on

Dawn (Andrews novel)

Dawn was a 1990 novel started by V. C. Andrews and finished by Andrew Neiderman after her death, it is the first of five books in the Cutler series. 14-year-old Dawn Longchamp leads a humble, rootless existence with her parents and Sally Jean Longchamp, her moody older brother Jimmy, 16 years old. Moving around a lot, Dawn's family does not provide much stability for her, but what her lifestyle lacks in stability, her home life makes up for in love; this erratic lifestyle seems to change when Dawn and Jimmy are able to enroll in an exclusive private school when Ormond gets a job there. It is here, her brother does not enjoy the school. Dawn, although optimistic, does not fare much better, is sternly ordered by the headmistress to be on her best behavior as she is of lesser social status than her classroom peers. On her first day, she incurs the wrath of the most popular and affluent girl in the school, Clara Sue Cutler, after accidentally ratting her out on her smoking. Clara Sue proceeds to pull mean-spirited pranks on Dawn and refers to her as white trash.

Offended, Dawn stops trying to like Clara Sue after this insult. However, Clara Sue's older brother, the handsome and charming Philip Cutler, does not share his sister's loathing. Phillip is kind to Dawn, shows an interest in her, he compares her beauty to that of his mother, Laura Sue Cutler, is entranced. Jimmy is wary of Phillip, but does not overtly oppose Dawn's involvement with him. A shy girl who has had a sheltered upbringing, Dawn is somewhat taken aback by Phillip's immediate romantic overtures though she does find him attractive. Phillip urges her to date him, after constant persuasion from him, Dawn agrees. Meanwhile, Dawn's mother, Sally Jean, has discovered; this strains the Longchamps' finances, which are tight, but Dawn is still overjoyed at the prospect of a little sibling, hoping that the baby will look more like her. Sally Jean does not recover her health after the labor, she attempts several holistic ways of recovering her health but to no avail. She remains bedridden for the duration of Dawn's school year.

At school, Dawn is excited by the musical opportunities now opening up to her. Her enjoyment of music culminates in her solo song, Somewhere over the Rainbow, at a school concert. Although nervous because of a prank pulled earlier by Clara Sue and her clique, Dawn draws emotional strength from the pearl necklace Sally Jean gave her earlier in the evening, which she claims are a Longchamp heirloom. Dawn's world comes crashing down after her solo performance at the school concert, her beloved mother, Sally Jean, passes away that night. With the shock of this registered, what comes on the heels of Sally Jean's death changes Dawn's life forever. A security guard at the hospital where Sally Jean died recognizes the family, notices something peculiar in Dawn's appearance, he goes to the authorities. Through these officers, it is revealed to Dawn that she is not Ormond and Sally Jean's biological daughter, but that she was kidnapped by them as a newborn baby, that she is the daughter of Randolph and Laura Sue Cutler.

Dawn is taken back to Virginia, an offshoot of Virginia Beach. Ormond is arrested for child kidnapping. With no nearby relatives to come to their aid and Fern are placed in foster care. Dawn refuses to believe that Ormond kidnapped her, but the authorities prove her identity through a unique birthmark she shares with the description of the kidnapped baby. Dawn is appalled at the realization; these concerns fade into the background after her first meeting with Grandmother Cutler at the family's hotel named Cutler's Cove. Grandmother Cutler does not seem overjoyed about the return of her long-lost grandchild, she informs Dawn that she will be known by her "true" name and that she will work in the hotel as a maid in order to prove that she is trustworthy. Dawn is upset by this cold treatment, she tries appealing to her real parents and Laura Sue, but they are just as powerless as her. Randolph, though charming and handsome, has little willpower and prefers life to be as smooth as possible. Laura Sue is enchanted by Dawn's prettiness and resemblance to her, but refuses to make any effort to help her, as she is cowed by her mother-in-law.

Dawn is put at risk by Clara Sue's malicious tricks. Infuriated by Dawn's return, she does her best to make sure Dawn is fired by stealing jewellery and other items from the hotel guests. Dawn finds some comfort in the housekeeper, Mrs. Boston, who knew Sally Jean and Ormond Longchamp when they worked at the hotel, she can not believe that her parents stole her, as they were always hard-working people. Mrs. Boston hints. Dawn's life is further brightened by a secret visit from Jimmy and abetted by Phillip. Jimmy confesses that he has been in love with Dawn since they were children, but never dared show it because he felt he was sick for thinking of her that way. Dawn admits the attraction is mutual, but they find it hard to overcome their upbringing as brother and sister; this happy interlude comes to an end. She tells Grandmother Cutler, who has Jimmy taken back to his foster parents. Dawn is heart-broken that Jimmy is furious with Clara Sue. Jealous of her obvious