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Long Creek Township, Decatur County, Iowa

Long Creek Township is a township in Decatur County, Iowa, USA. As of the 2000 census, its population was 414. Long Creek Township covers an area of 35.7 square miles. The streams of Bee Creek, Redmans Branch, Sand Creek, Short Creek and Wolf Creek run through this township. Van Wert Kingston Knox Township, Clarke County Green Bay Township, Clarke County Franklin Township Center Township Decatur Township Grand River Township Richland Township Doyle Township, Clarke County The township contains five cemeteries: Clinton, McKee, Van Wert and West. Interstate 35 U. S. Board on Geographic Names United States Census Bureau cartographic boundary files US-Counties.com City-Data.com

Simon Kostner

Simon Kostner is an Italian ice hockey forward playing for Ritten Sport of the Alps Hockey League. Kostner has represented the Italian national team in several tournaments, his first International Ice Hockey Federation -sanctioned event was the 2007 World U18 Championships Division I. Italy placed fourth in the Group A tournament, he returned the following year to the 2008 Division I tournament. He would play in three World Junior Championships: the 2008 Division II, the 2009 Division I, the 2010 Division I tournaments. Kostner was born in Bolzano, grew up in Northern Italy, he comes from a family of winter athletes: his father, Erwin Kostner, played ice hockey at the 1984 Winter Olympics for Italy, while his sister, Carolina Kostner, is a figure skater who won a bronze medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics. Biographical information and career statistics from Eliteprospects.com, or Eurohockey.com, or The Internet Hockey Database

Simona Peycheva

Simona Peycheva is an Individual Bulgarian Rhythmic Gymnast. Peycheva started Rhythmic Gymnastics in 1991 at the Academic Club in Sofia, under head coach Marietta Dukova; as a junior, she had victories at several international tournaments. In 2001, Alina Kabaeva and her teammate Irina Tchachina, who won gold and silver medal in all-around tested positive for a banned diuretic and were stripped of their medals, Ukraine's Tamara Yerofeeva, who won bronze, was awarded the gold. With the disqualification of the Russian Team results at the 2001 World Championships, Peycheva took three golds as well as two silver and one bronze. Peycheva won the ball and clubs at the 2002 World Cup Final in Stuttgart, she missed the early months of 2004 due to a foot operation. She did compete in the 2004 European Championships and the 2004 Athens Olympics, qualifying in 7th and placing 6th in the final with a total of 101.050. At the 2005 Corbeil-Essonnes Tournament she placed 2nd in Ball, she competed in her last Olympics cycle at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, where she finished 10th at the finals.

After four years, she resumed her career and she returned to the sport and she has just competed at the national Championship of Bulgaria finishing 6th. "My Return is not my whim! Trained by one month. If I am not part of the national team, my return is futile!" She is married to Goran and they have a boy named Aleksey. Simona Peycheva at the International Gymnastics Federation Simona Peycheva on Magical Action Simona Peycheva on Instagram

Antonio Panzeri

Antonio Panzeri is an Italian politician who served as Member of the European Parliament for the North-West with the Article 1 – Democratic and Progressive Movement, part of the Socialist Group, from 2004 until 2019 Panzeri was born in Rivolta d'Adda, province of Cremona. Between 1995 and 2003, he was General Secretary of the Metropolitan Chamber of Labour of Milan. Panzeri is a member of the national leadership of the DS. From 2003 to 2004, Panzeri was responsible for European policies, he attended the General Assembly of the United Nations as an observer for Israeli-Palestinian issues. From 1996 until 2003, Panzeri worked with the city authorities of Milan and Frankfurt, in the context of an international project to compare experiences regarding economic development and welfare, to devise a future European municipality model. Panzeri became a Member of the European Parliament in the 2004 European elections. In parliament, he was a member of the Progressive Alliance of Democrats group. From 2009 until 2019, Panzeri served on the Committee on Foreign Affairs.

In 2014, he joined its Subcommittee on Human Rights. In this capacity, he was a member of the Democracy Support and Election Coordination Group, which oversees the Parliament’s election observation missions. In addition to his committee assignments, Panzeri served as chairman of the parliament’s delegation for relations with the Maghreb countries and the Arab Maghreb Union, he was a member of the delegations to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean and for relations with the United States. He was a member of the European Parliament Intergroup on Integrity and of the European Parliament Intergroup on LGBT Rights, he was part of the Elie Wiesel Network of Parliamentarians for the Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities and against Genocide Denial. In 2015, Panzeri nominated Saudi blogger Raif Badawi for the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought. European Endowment for Democracy, Member of the Board of Governors Il lavoratore fuori garanzia La democrazia economica 2004 European Parliament election in Italy Personal profile of Antonio Panzeri in the European Parliament's database of members Declaration of financial interests

Parviz Fannizadeh

Parviz Fannizadeh was an Iranian actor and television star. He was one of Iran's first method actors. Fanizadeh is best known for his roles as Mash Ghaasem in My Uncle Napoleon aka Daii jan Napelon and Hekmati in ِDownpour. Fannizadeh was raised in Tehran, he started his career at an early age. He graduated from the Iranian Academy of the Dramatic Arts in 1961. In 1966 he played his first role, he won the best actor prize at the Fifth Iranian National Film Festival "Sepas" in 1973 for portraying Mr. Hekmati in Bahram Bayzai's film, Downpour, he acted in several plays on theatre stage including plays directed by Hamid Samandarian. In 1979 he was found dead at the age of 42 in his home in Tehran, he had two daughters and Hasti. Donya Fannizadeh died of cancer on December 2016 at the age of 49 at "Day Hospital" in Tehran. Sorkhpustha Ghadeghan Daii jan Napelon as Mash Ghasem, directed by Nasser Taghvai Gavaznha, directed by Masoud Kimiai Sham-e akhar, directed by Shahyar Ghanbari Boof-e koor, directed by Kiumars Derambakhsh Soltan-e Sahebgharan TV Series.... as Malijak, directed by Ali Hatami Tangsir, directed by Amir Naderi Gharibe, directed by Shapoor Gharib Ragbar as Mr. Hekmati, directed by Bahram Bayzai Gāv, directed by Dariush Mehrjui Khesht va Ayeneh, directed by Ebrahim Golestan Few of his works as an actor on theatre stage: Morts sans sépulture, Jean-Paul Sartre, directed by Hamid Samandarian, 1964 and 1979 The Glass Menagerie, Tennessee Williams, directed by Hamid Samandarian, 1964 The Doctor in Spite of Himself, Molière, directed by Hamid Samandarian, 1965 Sei personaggi in cerca d'autore, Luigi Pirandello, directed by Pari Saberi, co-starring Forough Farrokhzad Parviz Fannizadeh on IMDb Photograph of Parviz Fannizadeh: Photograph of Parviz Fannizadeh's grave