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Lake Abitibi

Lake Abitibi is a lake in northeastern Ontario and western Quebec, Canada. The lake, which lies within the vast Clay Belt, is separated in two distinct portions by a short narrows, making it 2 lakes, its total area is 931 km², net area 903 km². The lake is studded with islands, its shores and vicinity are covered with small timber. Its outlet is a tributary of the Moose River, which empties into James Bay; the lake takes its name from the river. "Abitibi" comes from the Algonquin words abitah, meaning middle and nipi meaning water a reference to its geographic location between the Harricana to the east and the Kapuskasing–Mattagami river system to the west. Application of Abitibi to describe the lake and the people living in the area around it was first noted in The Jesuit Relations in 1640. One of the first Europeans in this area was Pierre de Troyes, who built a post on Lake Abitibi when he was on his way to capture English HBC posts on James Bay in 1686; the Abitibi Post lay halfway between trading posts on those on the Ottawa River.

It was used by the Hudson's Bay Company as part of a canoe route to the fur lands of the north. A HBC trading post was located on the east shore of the lake in Ontario; the construction of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway through this district made it of some importance at the start of the 20th century. Portions of Lake Abitibi's western shores and a section of the Abitibi River are part of the Abitibi-de-Troyes Provincial Park. Wahgoshig First Nation Blake River Megacaldera Complex List of lakes in Ontario This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed.. "Abitibbi". Encyclopædia Britannica. 1. Cambridge University Press. Canadian Model Forests Network

Prince Nana

Prince Nana Osei Bandoh is an American professional wrestler and manager of Ghanaian extraction, better known by his ring name, Prince Nana. He has stated. Although Nana was born in the United States and is signed to Ring Of Honor and is the Director of National Sales at www., he states that he is the son of an Ashanti tribe member with royal heritage and the heir to the throne of Ashanti in Ghana. When Nana was three, his family relocated to Ghana for five years, returning so that Nana could be educated in America; as a teenager, he relocated to New York City in America as an exchange student. In 1992, at the age of fifteen, Nana watched WrestleMania VIII, was inspired by the WWF Championship match between "Macho Man" Randy Savage and Ric Flair to become a wrestler. A year he wrote to the World Wrestling Federation and asked their advice as to which professional wrestling school he should attend; the WWF recommended that he train under Larry Sharpe, but Nana felt that Sharpe's school was too far away.

Instead, Nana became a photographer for Johnny Rodz. Nana worked for Rodz, he debuted in 1996. Nana worked for the East Coast Wrestling Association in Delaware and USA Pro Wrestling in New York, as well as making appearances with the WWF and with Pro Wrestling ZERO1-MAX in Japan. In 2002, he joined the upstart Ring of Honor promotion, where in 2004 he formed a heel stable known as The Embassy. In storylines, Nana used his wealth gained from the taxes of people of Ghana to hire wrestlers to wrestle his opponents and rivals. Under his management John Walters defended his ROH Pure Championship and Jimmy Rave, Alex Shelley and Abyss won the Trios Tournament in 2006, he remained with Ring of Honor until September 2006. On October 24, 2008, in Danbury, Nana made a surprise return to Ring of Honor, saying he has no more riches, no more crown, just wants a job before he was dragged away by security; the next night, Nana made an appearance at Ring of Honor's Edison, New Jersey show and did the same thing.

Again, he was dragged away by security. The next time ROH was in Edison on January 17, 2009, Nana again appeared, only to be dragged away by security, he has since been featured in segments on the ROH Video Wire. In a March edition of the ROH Video Wire, Nana revealed that he had regained his riches due to President Obama's stimulus package, has been directing Bison Smith's attacks on ROH wrestlers. On March 20, at the ROH show in Elizabeth, PA, Nana declared that he had reformed the Embassy, with himself, Bison Smith and Ernie Osiris; the next day in New York City they were joined by the returning Jimmy Rave. Other members of the stable came to include Claudio Castagnoli, Joey Ryan, Erick Stevens, Shawn Daivari and Necro Butcher, but by October 2010 all of them, except Osiris, had left the group. On January 22, 2011, Nana debuted the latest version of the Embassy, consisting of Ernesto Osiris, Mia Yim, R. D. Evans, Tommaso Ciampa, who would take over Jimmy Rave's former role as Nana's number one wrestler.

The following April and June, both Dave Taylor and Rhino made appearances representing the Embassy. On the July 28 episode of Ring of Honor Wrestling, The Embassy disbanded, when Ciampa turned on Nana, after R. D. Evans had revealed his deal with Truth Martini, which had cost Ciampa the ROH World Television Championship. On Monday June 3, 2013, Nana received a tryout with WWE, Nana commented on the tryout on Facebook, writing, "Great day with the WWE... The future may be bright.... Fools." In mid-2013, Nana was given the new on-screen role of ROH Talent Scout. In late 2014, Nana formed yet another version of the Embassy with Moose, Stokely Hathaway and Veda Scott, disbanded. Nana was the manager of Donovan Dijak, after he sent him some envelopes every time he wrestled, until he departed from The House of Truth that took place on February 25, 2016 episode of ROH tapings. CyberSpace Wrestling Federation CSWF Tag Team Championship – with Sonjay Dutt East Coast Wrestling Association ECWA Heavyweight Championship ECWA Mid Atlantic Championship New York Wrestling Connection NYWC Tag Team Championship – with MEGA Pro Wrestling Illustrated PWI ranked him #311 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2010 USA Pro Wrestling USA Pro New York State Championship Ring of Honor profile Prince Nana on IMDb Interview

Back in Black (song)

"Back in Black" is a song by Australian rock band AC/DC. It was released as the lead single from their seventh album of the same name on 21 December 1980 through Atlantic Records, it is notable for its opening guitar riff as well as introducing the band's new vocalist, Brian Johnson. The song was written as a tribute to their former singer Bon Scott, who died in February 1980. In 1981, it reached number 37 on the Billboard Hot 100. In 2012, it reached number 27 in the United Kingdom. In January 2018, as part of Triple M's "Ozzest 100", the'most Australian' songs of all time, "Back in Black" was ranked number 22. Known for its opening guitar riff, the song was AC/DC's tribute to their former singer Bon Scott, his replacement Brian Johnson recalled to Mojo magazine in 2009 that when the band asked him to write a lyric for this song, "they said,'it can't be morbid – it has to be for Bon and it has to be a celebration.'" He added: "I thought,'Well no pressure there, then'. I just wrote what came into my head, which at the time seemed like mumbo, jumbo.'Nine lives.

Cats eyes. Abusing every one of them and running wild.' The boys got it though. They saw Bon's life in that lyric." In a retrospective piece on "Back in Black", Metal Hammer magazine hailed the song's riff as one of the greatest riffs and wrote, "There are rock songs that appeal to metal fans. And there are metal songs. There is Back in Black – a rock and metal song that appeals to everybody, from dads to dudes, to little old ladies beating noisy kids over the heads with their sticks – and it all hangs on that monumental, no-nonsense, three-chord monster of a riff." Will Byers from The Guardian said "AC/DC's judicious use of space" in the song helped make it a "classic metal anthem". The song was ranked No. 4 by VH1 on their list of the 40 Greatest Metal Songs. In 2009, it was named the second-greatest hard rock song of all time by VH1; the song was ranked No. 187 on Rolling Stone's list of 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. The same magazine has ranked the song No. 29 on their list of "The 100 Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time", wrote of the song in an accompanying piece: "Angus and Malcolm Young's dual-guitar masterpiece is the platonic ideal of hard rock."In 2010, this song sits at No. 2 in Triple M's Ultimate 500 Rock Countdown in Melbourne, Australia.

The Top 5 were all AC/DC songs. As a single, "Back in Black" peaked in the U. S. at No. 37 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1981 as well as at No. 51 on Billboard's Top Tracks chart, which debuted in March 1981. "Back in Black" received the RIAA's Master Ringtone Sales Award in 2006 and reached 2× Platinum status in 2007. It charted on the UK charts after 31 years in release, it reached no. 1 on the UK Rock Charts in the same week. In 1984, the Beastie Boys sampled "Back in Black" without permission for their song "Rock Hard". In 1999, when they wished to include it on an upcoming CD compilation release, they sought permission but AC/DC refused. Mike D of the Beastie Boys quoted Malcolm Young's reason for refusing as: "'Nothing against you guys, but we just don't endorse sampling.'" Two live versions of the song appeared on both versions of the album Live, as well as the Australian tour edition of Stiff Upper Lip. It has been covered including Living Colour and Shakira. In 2007, Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews & Orleans Avenue recorded live at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

In 2017, Muse performed the song at the Reading Festival with Brian Johnson on vocals. Lyrics on AC/DC's official website "Back in Black" at Discogs

1911–12 Southern Football League

The 1911–12 Southern Football League season was the 18th in the history of the Southern League. Queens Park Rangers won their second league championship, but no clubs applied to join the Football League. Luton Town, who finished second bottom of Division One were relegated to Division Two, whilst Leyton, who finished bottom, left the Southern League after 7 seasons of participation to join the South Essex League. Merthyr Town won the Division Two championship and were promoted to Division One together with runners-up Portsmouth, who returned to Division One after one season of absence. Walsall, who played in the Birmingham & District League, left the Southern League, but continued to play in the Birmingham & District League. Kettering left the Southern League along with Cwm Albion and Chesham Town, who became a founder member of the Athenian League. A total of 20 teams contest the division, including 18 sides from two new teams. Teams promoted from 1910–11 Division Two: Reading - league champions Stoke - league runners-up A total of 14 teams contest the division, including 9 sides from previous season, two teams relegated from Division One and three new teams.

Teams relegated from 1910–11 Division One: Portsmouth Southend UnitedNewly elected teams: Cwm Albion Mardy Pontypridd Southern League First Division Tables at RSSSF Southern League Second Division Tables at RSSSF Football Club History Database

Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth

Joy-Anna Forsyth known as Joy Duggar Forsyth, is an American television personality. She is known for her appearances on TLC as part of the reality television shows 19 Kids and Counting and Jill & Jessa: Counting On, she is the fifth daughter born to Jim Bob Duggar and Michelle Duggar, the ninth of 19 children. Joy-Anna met Austin Forsyth at a homeschooling conference as a child; the couple married on May 26, 2017. On August 31, 2017, they revealed, they welcomed their son Gideon Martyn Forsyth on February 2018 via emergency c-section. On May 1, 2019, Forsyth announced that she was expecting their second child, due on November 9, 2019. On July 3, 2019, the couple revealed that their unborn daughter, whom they named Annabell Elise Forsyth, had died at 20 weeks gestation on June 26, 2019; the couple, along with most of Forsyth's siblings, appear on the TLC series Counting On. Joy-Anna Forsyth on Twitter Joy-Anna Forsyth on IMDb

JBJ (band)

JBJ was a South Korean project boy group consisting of six members who participated in Mnet's 2017 survival show Produce 101 Season 2. The group was managed by Fave Entertainment; the group debuted on October 18, 2017. They held their final concert on April 22, 2018, disbanded on April 30, 2018. Produce 101 Season 2 premiered on Mnet in April 2017, where 101 male trainees from various South Korean entertainment companies competed to debut in an 11-member boy group that would promote for two years under YMC Entertainment; the show ended on June 16. On the same day, the show's fans had named Kenta Takada of Star Road Entertainment, Jin Longguo of Choon Entertainment, Kim Sanggyun of Hunus Entertainment, Kim Taedong of The Vibe Label, as eliminated trainees whom they would like to debut together as a project group equivalent to Produce 101's I. B. I; the fans tentatively named the group "JBJ", which stands for the Korean phrase 정말 바람직한 조합, meaning "A Really Desirable Combination," and "Just Be Joyful".

On, Roh Taehyun of Ardor & Able, Kim Dong-han of OUI Entertainment, Kwon Hyunbin of YGKPlus were soon added into the fan-imagined group after the Instagram photo that Taehyun posted had received positive feedback from fans. Discussions to form and debut JBJ began around early July 2017 between the seven tentative members and their respective agencies. CJ E&M and LOEN Entertainment participated in the discussions as the intended management companies of the group's releases and activities, respectively. Fave Entertainment, LOEN Entertainment's in-house label, was tasked to be the group's official agency. On July 25, the trainees and the companies had reached an agreement, it was reported that the group's contract would last seven months, but LOEN Entertainment expressed that they are open for any discussions to extend the group's contract. JBJ was tentatively scheduled for debut on September 10 with all seven members, but was confirmed for debut on October 18 without Kim Taedong. Kim Taedong's participation in the group was not confirmed because of an ongoing conflict with his agency, The Vibe Label.

On July 27, Taedong had sent his agency certification of contents and requested for his contract be terminated. Since the involved parties, including CJ E&M and LOEN Entertainment, have had numerous meetings to resolve the conflict but, as of September 7, have yet to reach an agreement. After more than a year of inactivity, during which he was unable to promote as an official member of JBJ, he has returned to the agency, now called Major 9 Entertainment; the group's first reality show, Just be Joyful JBJ, began airing on September 27, 2017 on Mnet M2 Channel. JBJ released their debut extended play Fantasy on October 18, 2017 with the title song "Fantasy", they held a debut showcase at Korea University's Hwajung Gymnasium on the same day. On October 19, JBJ made their official debut stage on the music program M Countdown with performing title song "Fantasy" along with song "Say My Name". On October 19, it was announced that JBJ will be held fan meetings all across Asia started in Japan on November 23 and 26 respectively.

On December 21, it was confirmed that JBJ's new album was set to be released in January 2018 and announced that JBJ will held their first solo concert titled JBJ 1st Concert from February 3 to 4, 2018. The two-day concert was held in Olympic Park's Olympic Hall, it was reported. On January 3 at midnight, JBJ announced the new extended play titled True Colors and revealed the tracklist of the EP, followed by six individual teaser image of each members over the next six days. One day four teaser images of the group's was revealed. Two days the music video teaser for the title track "My Flower" was released and the EP spoiler video was released three days later. Following by the release of True Colors on January 17 at 6PM KST, JBJ held a comeback showcase titled Joyful Colors in Yes24 Live Hall at 8PM KST in the same day. On January 18, Fave Entertainment announced that JBJ's fanmeetings all across Asia had been concluded and finished in the Philippines on January 14. JBJ received their first music program trophy with "My Flower" on the January 26th episode of Music Bank.

JBJ was set to disband in April 2018. However, as all six members expressed interest in extending their contracts, there had been discussion over a possible extension of their contracts. On February 22, Fave Entertainment and all of the members' agencies had been discussing the possibility of a contract extension until December 2018. On March 14, Fave Entertainment confirmed that JBJ's seven-month promotions would be concluded with the expiration of the management contract on April 30, as the companies decided not to extend the contracts; the members would still promote until the end of their contracts. On March 15, 2018 JBJ confirmed that they would be releasing their last single "New Moon" on April 17, announced plans to hold a domestic concert and fanmeeting before the official disbandment date of April 30. On March 19, JBJ announced details on the final solo concert, titled JBJ Really Desirable Concert, which would take place in Seoul from April 21 to 22, 2018 as an extension of their first concert Really Desirable Concert in February.

The two-day concert will be held in SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium. JBJ released their final album New Moon on April 17; the album included three new tracks in addition to all the songs from True Colors. On April 22, JBJ concl