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List of Ford engines

Ford engines are those used in Ford vehicles and in aftermarket and kit applications. Different engine ranges are used in various global navistar markets. 2012–present 1.0 L EcoBoost I-3 2017–present 1.1 L Duratec Ti-VCT I-3, naturally-aspirated 2017–present 1.2 L & 1.5 L Ti-VCT I-3, naturally-aspirated "Dragon" 2018–present 1.5 L EcoBoost I-3 1908–1927 Ford Model T engine 1928–1931 Ford Model A engine 1932–1934 Ford Model B engine 1932–1962 Ford Sidevalve 1951–1966 Consul 4— 1961–1977 Essex V4— 1962–1981 Taunus V4 — Used in Ford Taunus V4, Saab Saab 95, Saab Sonett and Saab 96 until 1980. 1968–1983 Renault Cléon engine—Ford Corcel from Willys/Renault Dauphine 1959–2002 Kent— 1.0-1.6 L I4 1959–1968 Kent 1.0–1.5L 1962–1975 Lotus Twin Cam 1.6 L 1967–1980 Crossflow 1.1 L, 1.3 L, 1.6 L (used in Cortina Mk.2, Capri Mk.1, Escort Mk.1 & Mk.2, Ford Fiesta Mk.1, Reliant Anadol 1969–198? BDA 1.6 L 1976–1989 Valencia 1.0 L, 1.1 L, 1.3 L (used in Fiesta Mk.1 & Mk.2, Escort Mk.3, Orion 1989–1995 HCS 1.0L, 1.1 L, 1.3 L 1995–2002 Endura-E 1.3 L OHV 1970s OHC/Pinto/T-88 Series 1970–1989 EAO—1.3 L–2.0 L Cortina Mk.3-Mk.5, Capri Mk.2&3, Granada Mk.2&3, Transit 1974–1990s OHC—2.3 L 1983– OHC—2.0 L 2.3 L and the 2.5 L for the Ranger 1989– I4 DOHC 1972–2000 York 2.3L, 2.4L, 2.5L 1980–2002 CVH—1.1 L/1.3 L/1.4 L/1.6 L/1.8 L/1.9/2.0 L Escort, Orion, Fiesta Mk.2, Sierra 1983–1995 CHT— 1984–1994 HSC—2.3 L/2.5 L for Tempo and Taurus 1983–1996 LT— 1.6 L/1.8 L/ 1.8 L turbodiesel.

Used in Escort, Fiesta 1986–2000 Lynx— 1.8 L/ 1.8 L turbodiesel. Used in Escort, Fiesta, Mondeo. Branded as Endura-DE and developed to Duratorq DLD-418. 1990s Mazda F—Mazda-engine 2.2 L for Probe 1992–2004 Zeta/Zetec/Zetec-E 1995– Zetec-SE 2000– Duratorq—Diesel 2000– Duratec 8v/HE/20/23— 2000–present Power Stroke 3.0—3.0 L Diesel, Used in Ford Ranger 2009–present EcoBoost—1.6 L/2.0 L Ford Sigma 1.6L and L 2.0L-engine with Direct Injection Spark Ignition 2013–present Ecoboost—1.5 Ford 2016–present EcoBlue—Diesel 2015–present. For the North American-spec Transit, * the 3.2L Duratorq is modified to meet American and Canadian emissions standards and is branded as a Power Stroke engine. The 3.2 Power Stroke is rated 188 PS and 470 N⋅m. Ford was late to offer a six-cylinder engine in their cars, only introducing a six in 1941 after the failure of the 1906 Model K; the company relied on its famous Flathead V8 for most models, only producing six-cylinder engines in the 1960s. The company was late with a V6 engine, introducing a compact British V6 in 1967 but waiting until the 1980s to move their products to rely on V6 engines.

The company has relied on six major V6 families since, the Cologne/Taunus V6, Essex V6, Canadian Essex V6, Vulcan V6, Mondeo V6 and Cyclone V6. The first three of these lines are no longer in production, leaving only the Mondeo and Cyclone as the company's midrange engines. 1906–1907 Model K straight-6 1941–2016 Straight-6 1941–1951 226 CID Flathead 1948–1953 254 CID Flathead used in buses and two ton trucks 1952–1964 OHV 215-223 used in car and non-HD pickups. 262 used in HD trucks only. 1960–1993'Falcon Six' OHV car usage. 1964–1996 OHV truck 6 built in Cleveland, Ohio 1988–2002 Ford Australia SOHC I6 Falcon engines 1988–1989 3.2 L SOHC 1988–1992 3.9 L SOHC 1992–2002 4.0 L SOHC 1998–2002 4.0 L SOHC VCT 2002–2016 Ford Australia Barra DOHC I6 4.0 L engines 1951–1966 Zephyr 6— 1966–1988 British Essex V6—60° British V6 2.5/3.0/3.1/3.4 L 1964–2011 Cologne/Taunus V6—1.8–4.0 L pushrod and SOHC V6 1982–2008 Canadian Essex V6—90° V6, 3.8/3.9/4.2 L models 1986–1992 Cologne/Ranger, Bronco II V6 — 2.8/2.9/4.0OHV/4.0SOHC L 1986–2007 Vulcan V6—60° pushrod V6 3.0 L designed for the Taurus 1989–1995 SHO V6 3.0/3.2 L DOHC V6 1994–2012 Mondeo V6 aluminum 60° DOHC 1994–2002 Duratec 25—2.5 L 1996–2012 Duratec 30—3.0 L 2000–2011 Jaguar AJ-V6—3.0 L 2003–present Ecotorq—7.3/9.0/12.7 L Diesel 2004–present AJD-V6—2.7 L Diesel 2006–2016 SI6—3.0/3.2 L I6 designed by Volvo 2006–present Cyclone V6 aluminum 60° DOHC 2018 Duratec 33—3.3 L 2006–present Duratec 35—3.5 L 2007–present Duratec 37—3.7 L 2009–present EcoBoost V6 engine 2015–present EcoBoost—2.7 L 2016–present EcoBoost—3.0 L 2009–present EcoBoost—3.5 L Ford introduced the Flathead V8 in their affordable 1932 Model 18, becoming a performance leader for decades.

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Stevie Ray

Lash Huffman is an American semi-retired professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, Stevie Ray. Stevie Ray is best known for his seven-year tenure with World Championship Wrestling from 1993 to 2000, where he was one-half of the tag team Harlem Heat, with his younger brother Booker T. Huffman, better known as Booker T, they won the WCW World Tag Team Championship a record ten times. Huffman is a one-time WCW World Television Champion. Among other events, he headlined the Fall 1998 pay-per-views. Huffman, as part of Harlem Heat, was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2019. Lash Huffman started wrestling in 1989 as Super Collider on the independent circuit in Texas. In Ivan Putski's Western Wrestling Alliance, he first started feuding with his brother, Booker under the ring name Jive Soul Bro, he began teaming with his brother as Stevie Ray in a tag team called The Ebony Experience for the Global Wrestling Federation, on ESPN. They were feuded with the "Blackbirds" of Iceman King Parsons and Brickhouse Brown.

They won the GWF Tag Team Championship three times. Stevie Ray went on to win the GWF North American Heavyweight Championship in 1993. In August 1993, they went to World Championship Wrestling and changed their team name to Harlem Heat. Lash was known as Kane while Booker became Kole, they were billed from Harlem. They became heels and were on Harley Race and Col. Rob Parker's team in the War Games at Fall Brawl on September 19, 1993, with Vader and Sid Vicious against Sting, Davey Boy Smith, Dustin Rhodes and The Shockmaster, they lost the match when Shockmaster forced Booker to submit. In 1994, they got Sister Sherri as their manager and changed their names back to Booker T and Stevie Ray, they won the WCW Tag Team Titles for the first time. From there, they feuded with The Nasty Boys and got into a feud with Col. Parker's "Stud Stable" of Dick Slater and Bunkhouse Buck where Parker and Sherri were carrying on a love affair. During this time and Booker lost the titles to the Nasty Boys, regained them lost them to Slater and Buck and regained them again.

They gained Parker as a manager as he abandoned Slater and Buck to be with Sherri. Harlem Heat won the WCW World Tag Team Championship three times in 1995, trading the titles with The American Males in the early fall, they had brief feuds with Lex Luger and Sting, trading the titles back and forth in early 1996 and The Road Warriors before starting a long feud with Rick and Scott Steiner in 1996. In October, they lost their titles to The Outsiders, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall, when Nash used Parker's cane to attack Stevie, they would fire the Colonel, beat him up, turn face, enter into a brief feud against Parker's newest team The Amazing French Canadians, a feud they would win. In 1997 they feuded with The Steiners and the New World Order. In the summer of 1997, they added a new manager, Jacqueline, they were put out of action by the nWo and returned to feud with The Faces of Fear. As 1998 started to roll around, Stevie had to take some time off from WCW from January to June. Meanwhile, Booker T would go on to win WCW World Television Championship.

Through the association with his brother, he would gain his only singles title in WCW, as when Booker took time off with an injury as Television Champion from July to October, Stevie got a "power of attorney" to defend the belt for Booker. He engaged in a short feud with Chavo Guerrero, Jr. over the right to defend the belt before dropping it to Chris Jericho afterwards. By June 1998, Stevie Ray had returned to the ring, the powerful gang-like faction of the nWo had been split into two: Hollywood Hogan's nWo Hollywood and Kevin Nash's nWo Wolfpac. Stevie Ray was hesitant at first, he would join the "black & white" in August turning him heel. Although this would make Stevie Ray known for using dirty tactics and a strength-in-numbers mentality, his brother, showed little resentment and respected Stevie Ray's decision to be a part of the nWo, they were able to peacefully co-exist. Meanwhile, Booker was gaining popularity as a face, climbing the ranks of the WCW roster and winning championship titles.

During his tenure with the nWo, Stevie Ray would tag team with the likes of Horace Hogan and Scott Norton as well as performing in singles competition with Vincent at ringside. Alongside Hollywood Hogan and Bret Hart, he participated in the War Games of Fall Brawl 1998; the slapjack became known as Stevie Ray's trademark weapon which he would use to knock an opponent unconscious when the referee was distracted. By early 1999, both nWo factions had fused back together, but members of nWo Hollywood started bickering over who the leader of the sub-faction was. Hollywood Hogan began telling various members in private that he had granted them official leadership, causing confusion and friction between members. Not long after, Stevie Ray won the leadership role in a 4-man battle royal on the April 5, 1999 episode of WCW Monday Nitro, defeating Horace Hogan, Brian Adams, Vincent; as tension grew between members of nWo Hollywood, Stevie Ray started helping Booker T during his matches. As Booker was getting ganged up on in July, the two reunited Harlem Heat.

They began feuding with Barry and Kendall Windham as well as The Jersey Triad of Diamond Dallas Page, Chris Kanyon and Bam Bam Bigelow. They went on to win

Vester Egede Church

Vester Egede Church is a Danish parish church in the Diocese of Roskilde, Faxe Municipality in Region Sjælland on the island of Zealand. It is located some 10 km due west of Faxe. Today's building dates from 1876 although there is evidence of an earlier church on the site built during the Romanesque period; the earliest documented reference to the church is from around 1370 in the Bishop of Roskilde's Taxation Book. A letter from 1672 bestowed ownership of the church on Hans Schack. A royal resolution of 1689 further granted ownership to Schack's descendants as long as the nearby estate of Gisselfeld remained in their possession; the church came into independent ownership in 1914. The original nave with a porch and tower was rebuilt by the architect Theodor Zeltner in 1876; the most obvious evidence of earlier Romanesque origin is the font. A tower at the western end of the church was built during the Gothic period as evidenced by its foundations. During reconstruction, the nave was extended 12 feet to the east and its height was increased.

The building now stands with a tiled roof. Inside, both the old and new masonry has been plastered; the cross vault dates from the reconstruction in 1876. The pulpit is from 1863; the altarpiece from 1859 contains a plaster cast of Bertel Thorvaldsen's Christ. On the north wall of the tower room hangs a consecration cross from the Middle Ages; the granite font is from the Romanesque period. It displays a relief of "Luxuria", a woman standing on her head, nurturing a winged dragon and a lion. Faxe Municipality List of churches in Region Zealand Vester Egede parish website

Dennis Shulman

Dennis G. Shulman is a clinical psychologist, author, public speaker, ordained rabbi. In 2008, Shulman was the Democratic nominee for the United States House of Representatives in New Jersey's Fifth Congressional District. Born in Worcester, Shulman was the second of three children of Israel and Helene Shulman, his father was a pharmacist. Shulman began losing his sight at an early age, from a degenerative nerve disorder. By totally blind, Shulman gained admission to Brandeis University, he graduated in the class of Phi Beta Kappa. Shulman next attended Harvard University where he began work toward a Ph. D. in Clinical Psychology and Public Practice. There, he won a Training Fellowship from the National Institute for Mental Health. In 1974, he married medical student Pamela Tropper. In that period, he began what has become an extended and diverse series of teaching positions, professional publications, postdoctoral studies and speaking engagements. In 1979 Shulman was licensed by New York State and opened his practice in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis in New York City.

Two years he moved to New Jersey, first Harrington Park and Demarest, received his license to practice in NJ in 1982. In 1990-91 he served as senior content designer and on-air lecturer in the nationally televised PBS series The World of Abnormal Psychology. In 1997 he founded and directed the National Training Program in Contemporary Psychoanalysis at The National Institute for the Psychotherapies, at which he continues to teach and supervise; the National Training Program was Dr. James Fosshage's creation, it is unique in the world of psychoanalytic training institutes, attracting distance learning students for full postgraduate psychotherapeutic/psychoanalytic training from throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. Meanwhile, in the mid-1990s Shulman began to explore the intersection between psychology and religion, discovering wisdom in the Bible that can inform contemporary life—“Taking the Bible not but seriously” Shulman explains. Shulman took up study for the rabbinate. In 2003, Shulman received his rabbinic ordination—the same year that saw the publication of his book, The Genius of Genesis: A Psychoanalyst and Rabbi Examines the First Book of the Bible.

Since December 2001, Rabbi Shulman has been the leader of a Jewish spiritual and study community in Bergen County, NJ. Shulman has lived in Demarest, New Jersey since 1984 with Dr. Pamela Tropper, his wife since 1974, an Attending Physician and Director of Global Women's Health at the Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx; the couple has two daughters: Holly, who graduated from Vassar in 2005, is the National Press Secretary for the Democratic National Committee. Monica Hesse. "Rabbi on the Roof: N. J. Candidate Gets Taste of Washington." Washington Post August 2, 2008, p. C1. Dianne Williamson. "Time to Take a Stand, And Friends Join In." Worcester Telegram & Gazette, December 4, 2007, p. B1. Profile at Vote Smart Financial information at the Federal Election Commission Shulman for Congress official campaign website Campaign contributions at OpenSecrets.org Dennis Shulman professional website Curriculum Vitae Shulman, Dennis The Genius of Genesis Toobin, Jeffrey First Timer New Yorker, July 28, 2008 Goodman, Adam A Rabbi in Congress?

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Windsor Park Collegiate

Windsor Park Collegiate is a public secondary school in Winnipeg, within the Louis Riel School Division. "In the year of nineteen hundred and sixty, in the community of Windsor Park, there opened a school that became a legend. Only one other school in North America had this unique hexagonal architecture; the first principal of the school, Windsor Park Collegiate, was Mr. D. M. Slater, the faculty population was 27; the first school President was R. D. McClelland; the school had a population of 619, ranging from Grade 7 to Grade 12. 93 of the students were graduating that year." Taken from the 1978 Yearbook Currently, Windsor Park Collegiate is a Grade 9 to Grade 12 school. It harbors a staff force of 34 teachers and 40 support staff strive to maintain an environment that promotes student learning; the school offers an English Language Program. The building was designed by local Winnipeg firm'Green Blankstein Russell', construction began in 1959; the design is notable for its use of multiple two-storey hexagonal pods joined by hallways.

The only other school know to feature the "unique hexagonal architecture" is Donald D. Lum Elementary School in Alameda, which opened in 1961. A larger gym, designed by firm'Duncan Rattray Peters Searle' was added in 1969. Windsor Park Collegiate was built during the cold war, rumors of a large bomb shelter in the foundation of the school have been propagated by students and alumni for decades. Despite the school being constructed with a large, open area in its foundation, there is no evidence that it was designed as any sort of bomb shelter; this unused underground space is accessible though a crawlspace near the former basement cafeteria, a door near the main gym changing rooms. WPC has the largest secondary school Special Needs program in the Louis Riel School Division, it is technically termed the Skills for Living Program. This program works with integration into standard classes, as well as work experience and life skills training. In 1999, the program opened up Crackers The Bistro, a full-service restaurant, open to the public for lunch 5 days a week.

Here they train and "employ" the students who are in the Occupational Skills Program within the Louis Riel School Division. It is located in a residential strip mall close to WPC; the program was a great success in reaching its goals, but is still operated off donations and public funding. In 1999 this program won the Manitoba School Board Innovation Award; as of July 2006 the restaurant was renamed Bistro in the Park. A 50th anniversary celebration and reunion was held on May 13–14, 2011. Many past students and staff attended the two-day celebration. A "Hall of Honour" was established and three people were inducted at the Gala Dinner. Butch Goring, Jennifer Jones and Evelyn Jacks. Cam Connor - professional NHL hockey player and Stanley Cup winner with the Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers and Edmonton Oilers. Appeared on Wipeout Canada. Robert "Butch" Goring - professional NHL hockey player, notable for winning 4 consecutive Stanley Cup with the New York Islanders. Jennifer Jones - Professional Curler, 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Gold Medallist "Rowdy" Roddy Piper WWE Legend and Hall of famer Mike Ridley - professional NHL hockey player with New York Rangers, Washington Capitals, Toronto Maple Leafs and Vancouver Canucks Dave Richter - played 365 games as an NHL defenceman with Minnesota North Stars, Philadelphia Flyers, Vancouver Canucks, St. Louis Blues.

WPC School Website Windsor Park Collegiate 50th Reunion

Tero Kaukomaa

Tero Kaukomaa is a Finnish film producer and the winner of the'Producer of the Year Award' in 2012 from Suomen Elokuvatuottajien Keskusliitto for Iron Sky. In 1997, Kaukomaa founded Blind Spot Pictures Oy as a production house to produce or co-produce feature-films for international markets. Blind Spot Pictures produced the film Iron Sky for Timo Vuorensola, as a dark science fiction comedy about Nazis on the moon, they have several features in development, including pre-production on Antti-Jussi Annila's werewolf inversion titled Human, Iron Sky sequel Iron Sky: The Coming Race, financed through crowdfunding on Indie GoGo, on a script by American screenwriter Dalan Musson, released to over 1,000 fans for review and input. In 2012, Iron Sky director Vuorensola joined as partner with the Kaukomaa's company. Producer In 2012, Suomen Elokuvatuottajien Keskusliitto, awarded Tero Kaukomaa with their'Producer of the Year Award', "its highest honor" and praised him for his "extremely bold and innovative approach to financing and producing Iron Sky".

2007, nominated for Nordic Council Film Prize for Miehen työ 2007, nominated for'Producer of the Year Award' for Jade Warrior from The Central Organization of Finnish Film Producers. 2008, nominated for Jussi Award for'Best Film' for Miehen työ 2009, nominated for Nordic Council Film Prize for Sauna 2012, won'Producers Association Award' for Iron Sky from Helsinki International Film Festival 2012, won'Producer of the Year' for Iron Sky from The Central Organization of Finnish Film Producers 2014, nominated for Jussi Award for'Best Film' for 8-Pallo Tero Kaukomaa on IMDb