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List of S-phrases

S-phrases are defined in Annex IV of European Union Directive 67/548/EEC: Safety advice concerning dangerous substances and preparations. The list was consolidated and republished in Directive 2001/59/EC, where translations into other EU languages may be found; the list was subsequently updated and republished in Directive 2006/102/EC, where translations to additional European languages were added. These safety phrases are used internationally and not just in Europe, there is an ongoing effort towards complete international harmonization. List of R-phrases GHS precautionary statements GHS hazard statements Material safety data sheet Risk and Safety Statements S-phrase templates Chemical Risk & Safety Phrases in 23 European Languages EC Safety Phrases Directive 2006/102/EC of 20 November 2006, as published in Official Journal of the European Union L 363, 20 December 2006, pp. 241-343

Benoy, Vedensky District

Benoy is a rural locality in Vedensky District, Chechnya. Municipally, Benoy is incorporated as Benoyskoye rural settlement, it is the administrative center of the only settlement included in it. Benoy is located on the left bank of the Khulkhulau River, it is 15 kilometres north-east of the village of Vedeno and around 80 kilometres south-east of the city of Grozny. The nearest settlements to Benoy are Serzhen-Yurt in the north-west, Marzoy-Mokhk in the north-east, Guni in the east, Khadzhi-Yurt in the south-east, Tsa-Vedeno in the south. In 1944, after the genocide and deportation of the Chechen and Ingush people and the Chechen-Ingush ASSR was abolished, the village of Benoy was renamed, settled by people from the neighboring republic of Dagestan. From 1944 to 1958, it was a part of the Vedensky District of the Dagestan ASSR. In 1958, after the Vaynakh people returned and the Chechen-Ingush ASSR was restored, the village regained its old Chechen name, Benoy. 2002 Census: 502 2010 Census: 440 2019 estimate: 557According to the 2010 Census, the majority of residents of Benoy were ethnic Chechens.

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Thomas Howard DuVal

Thomas Howard DuVal was a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas. Born November 4, 1813, in Buckingham County, Virginia, DuVal graduated from St. Joseph's College in Bardstown, Kentucky in 1833, read law in 1837, he entered private practice in Tallahassee, Florida from 1837 to 1841. He was clerk of the Court of Appeals for the Florida Territory from 1841 to 1843, he was Secretary for the Florida Territory from 1843 to 1846. He was Reporter for the Supreme Court of Texas in 1846, he resumed private practice in Austin, Texas from 1846 to 1855. He was Secretary of State of Texas starting in 1851, he was a Judge of the Texas District Court for the Second Judicial District from 1855 to 1856. DuVal was nominated by President Franklin Pierce on February 26, 1857, to the United States District Court for the District of Texas, to a new seat authorized by 11 Stat. 164. He was confirmed by the United States Senate on March 3, 1857, received his commission the same day.

His service terminated on October 1880, due to his death in Fort Omaha, Nebraska. Due to the American Civil War and Texas's secession from the Union, DuVal was unable to hold court from 1861 to 1865. However, he remained at his station in Austin, taking a job with the General Land Office to sustain himself, due to the fact that his judicial salary was unavailable due to the war and another unpaid position as a deputy county surveyor, which permitted him to avoid conscription into the Confederate States Army, he was sufficiently respected by the local community that he did not suffer indignities under the Confederate government. DuVal was able to resume holding court at the end of the war and was paid his full back pay due him during the war years. William Pope Duval, his father Burr H. Duval, his eldest brother, who perished in the Goliad massacre John Crittenden Duval, another brother Florence Duval West, his daughter Thomas Howard DuVal at the Biographical Directory of Federal Judges, a public domain publication of the Federal Judicial Center.

Thomas Howard DuVal in the Handbook of Texas Online Thomas Howard DuVal at Find a Grave

C-Real (rapper)

Cyril-Alex Gockel, known by his stage name C-Real, is a Ghanaian rapper, record producer, entrepreneur and poet. In 2009, he won the Ghanaian edition of the Channel O Sprite Emcee Africa talent show and finished second at the show's finals, he is regarded as one of the leading hip-hop artists in Ghana. He was featured on "Next Up", a song from Coptic's mixtape The Rising Stars of Gh Vol 1. C-Real was born in a town in the Volta region of Ghana. Growing up, he listened to artists such as Das Efx and KRS-One, he and one of his friends formed a rap group called an acronym for Nipa Tumtum. C-Real graduated from St. Peter's Boys Senior Secondary School, is an alumni of the University of Ghana, he started writing poetry, rap verses and basic literature in 2009. C-Real has cited The Notorious B. I. G. Elzhi, Black Thought, Mos Def, Jay-Z, Method Man, Eminem and Busta Rhymes as his key rap influences. In an interview with Richmond Adu-Poku, C-Real said he decided to participate in the Ghanaian edition of the Channel O Sprite Emcee Africa talent show after hearing about it.

He advanced to the top 10 round after the first round of auditions and subsequently battled Padlock and Rocky for the crown. After emerging as the winner of the competition, he conducted radio interviews and co-hosted the Brown Berry Show on Choice 102.3 FM. C-Real told Adu-Poku he was working on a mixtape with his cousin Joseph Deo-Silas and some of his close-knit friends. On November 3, 2009, he released Multiples of C, a 7-track mixtape that features guest appearances from UNO and C-Real described the mixtape as an "exhibition mixtape" designed to showcase his versatility. In April 2011, he teamed up with E. L to release Project Hip Hop, a 9-track collaborative mixtape that features guest artists such as Sherifa and Gemini; the mixtape was produced by DJ Juls, E. L and Aphroteq. C-Real started working on his debut studio album Em C. E. O. at Mix Down Studios. As a prelude to the album, he released "It's a Rap" and "Kneel, Rise, Conquer"; the latter track is a Gospel-inspired track. Released on December 1, 2012, Em C.

E. O features guest appearances from Efya, Chase, E. L, J-Town, Gemini, M.anifest, Zeus and Yom da Poet. It was supported by five singles: "I Be The Swag", "Em. Ceo", "Mission Possible", "Opeimu", "Do the Azonto"."I Be The Swag" was released as the album's lead single in 2011. The accompanying music video for "I Be The Swag" was directed by Nana Asihene of NKACC; the video was nominated for Best Hip Hop Video at the 2011 4Syte Music Video Awards. The music video for "Em. Ceo" was released on August 17, 2012; the video was nominated for Best Hip Hop Video at the 2012 4Syte Music Video Awards. The Nana Kofi Asihene-directed music video for "Opeimu" was released on July 19, 2013, it was nominated for Best Collaboration of the Year, Best Hip Hop Video, Best Photography Video at the 2013 4Syte Music Video Awards. In January 2014, C-Real released his third mixtape The Reigning Season; the mixtape features guest appearances from Stargo Da Johnny Boy. In "One Mic", C-Real pays tribute to American rapper Nas.

On February 19, 2015, C-Real released Project Hip Hop 2, his fourth overall mixtape and second collaborative project with E. L. Project Hip Hop 2 comprises 10 songs and features guest appearances from Gemini, Stargo, Ko-Jo Cue, Lil Shaker and Lady J, it was produced by Nel Magnum, DJ Juls and E. L. C-Real started out as a junior copywriter at Origin8, a local advertising agency in partnership with Saatchi & Saatchi, he is the CEO of MixDown Studios and Pulse Communications. C-Real is the head of marketing at OG Farms and an avid public speaker. In 2014, C-Real presented a Hyundai Santa Fe to his mother for Valentine's Day. Studio albumsEM. CEO Business Suits & Dress Shoes MixtapesMultiples of C Project Hip Hop The Reigning Season Project Hip Hop 2 Singles"Wey Tin Dey Happen" "Em CEO" "Mission Possible" "Hewale" "Opeimu" "Shine" "Survival" Official website C-Real at SoundCloud


Stableford is a scoring system used in the sport of golf. Rather than counting the total number of strokes taken, as in stroke play, it involves scoring points based on the number of strokes taken at each hole. Unlike traditional scoring methods, where the aim is to have the lowest score, under Stableford rules, the objective is to have the highest score; the Stableford system was developed by Dr. Frank Barney Gorton Stableford, to deter golfers from giving up on their round after just one or two bad holes, it was first used informally at the Glamorganshire Golf Club, Wales, in 1898, first used in competition at Wallasey Golf Club in Wallasey, England, in 1932. Between his membership of the Glamorganshire and Wallasey Golf Clubs, Stableford was a member at Anglesey Golf Club North Wales, for most of the 1920s. Stableford can have the added benefit of speeding up the pace of play, as once it is no longer possible to score a point, players do not have to complete the hole but can pick up their ball and proceed to the next hole.

It is a popular form of the game at club level and in the United Kingdom, as it is still possible to record a competitive score despite having the occasional bad hole. The number of points awarded on each hole is determined based on comparison of the number of strokes taken to a fixed score par; this fixed score is adjusted in relation to the player's handicap. Once players have taken two strokes more than the adjusted fixed score, they may abandon the hole and move on to the next, as it is not possible to score any points on that hole; because of this, it is still possible to be competitive allowing for a few bad holes. At the end of the round, the number of points scored on each hole is totaled to give a final score; the winner of a Stableford competition is the player with the highest point total. Final scores may be modified for all players using the Competition Stableford Adjustment system. In the United Kingdom, the fixed score would be adjusted as per the stroke indexes of the holes, starting at the lowest stroke index 1 hole, through to the highest, stroke index 18.

For example, a 12 handicap golfer would increase the fixed score on holes indexed 1 through 12, a 24 handicap player would increase the score by two on holes indexed 1 through 6 and by one for the rest, a plus handicap player would reduce the fixed scores starting at the stroke index 18 hole. The number of points awarded per hole as specified by the R&A and the United States Golf Association are as follows: This linear scoring version of Stableford is the same as traditional stroke play were the maximum score for each hole is limited to a double bogey; the standard Stableford system can be altered to use different point levels referred to as a Modified Stableford system. It is a Maximum Score system. For example, in professional golf, the following scoring table has been used, was used at the Barracuda Championship on the PGA Tour in July 2019; this points scale encourages aggressive play, since the reward for scoring under par is higher than the penalty for scoring over par. The Maximum Score is two strokes over par.

Few professional tournaments have used a Stableford scoring system. The first PGA Tour event that used a Stableford system of scoring was The International in Colorado, although it used a modified version of the scoring system adapted for the skill levels of the professionals and to encourage attacking play; the event was cancelled after 21 years as part of the tour. The modified Stableford system returned to the PGA Tour at the Reno-Tahoe Open in 2012. Both events were held at high elevation. On the European Tour, the ANZ Championship, which ran for three years from 2002, used the same modified Stableford scoring system as The International; the Investec Royal Swazi Open on the Sunshine Tour has used the same system since 2003. Two Champions Tour events used the modified Stableford system briefly, they were the Royal Caribbean Classic in 2000 and 2001, the Uniting Fore Care Classic in 2002. In the latter case, it was seen as a final attempt to save the failing tournament; the American Century Championship, a celebrity tournament played at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course in Stateline, has used a modified Stableford scoring format since 2004.

It is at high elevation. The Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions Celebrity Division, part of the LPGA season opening event, has its celebrities participating in a modified Stableford system; the maximum score is double bogey. Competition Stableford Adjustment Variations of golf Origins of Stableford scoring ByDandD, February 21, 2006 Guide to Scoring Stableford Golf Sandwedged

List of Carolina Panthers records and statistics

The Carolina Panthers are an American professional football club based in Charlotte, North Carolina and representing the Carolinas. The team, which plays in the South division of the National Football Conference of the National Football League, began play in 1995 as an expansion team. From 1995-2001, the team was a member of the West division of the NFC; this list encompasses the major honors won by the Carolina Panthers as well as records set by the team, its coaches, its players. Attendance records at Bank of America Stadium, the team's home stadium since 1996, are included in this list. All records are accurate as of the end of the 2017 season. NFC Championship GamesWinners: 2003, 2015 Losers: 1996, 2005 Division ChampionshipsWinners: 1996, 2003, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015 Runners-up: 1997, 1999, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2012 Playoff appearancesAppearances: 1996, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017 Most passing yards in a game: 432 Most rushing yards in a game: 210 Most receiving yards in a game: 218 First head coach: Dom Capers Longest-serving head coach: John Fox Most regular season games as head coach: John Fox - 144 Games Most regular season wins for a head coach: John Fox - 73 Wins Best regular season winning % for a head coach: Ron Rivera -.576 Most playoff appearances as head coach: Ron Rivera - 4 Appearances Most playoff games as head coach: John Fox - 8 Games Most playoff wins for a head coach: John Fox - 5 Wins Best playoff winning % for a head coach: John Fox -.625 First game: 20-14 win over Jacksonville First regular-season game: 23-20 OT loss to Atlanta First playoff game: 26-17 win over Dallas First Super Bowl: 32-29 loss to New England Record win: 38-0 vs. Atlanta Record regular-season win: 38-0 vs. Atlanta Record playoff win: 23-0 at New York Giants Record loss: 9-52 at Oakland Record regular-season loss: 9-52 at Oakland Record playoff loss: 14-34 at Seattle Longest winning streak: 14 Longest winning streak: 17 Longest winning streak: 14 Longest losing streak: 15 Longest losing streak: 7 Most wins: 15 Most losses: 15 Most ties: 1 Fewest wins: 1 Fewest losses: 1 Most points scored in a season: 500 Least points scored in a season: 196 Most points allowed in a season: 429 Least points allowed in a season: 218 Most points scored in a game: 52 vs.

Cincinnati Most points conceded in a game: 52 at Oakland Highest points differential in a season: +192 Lowest points differential in a season: -212 Largest home attendance: 592,454 Largest home attendance:76,136 vs. San Francisco, December 10, 1995 74,461 vs. Green Bay, November 8, 2015 Largest road attendance: 90,588 at Dallas, September 28, 2009 Notes Footnotes Carolina Panthers News, Players, Video - NFL. Carolina Panthers Official Website