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List of Wicked characters

This is a list of characters that appear in Gregory Maguire's Wicked series. The protagonist of the first book, Elphaba is a green-skinned girl who becomes known as the Wicked Witch of the West, her birth is shocking to her parents, Melena Thropp and Frexspar the Godly, as in addition to her green skin she had razor sharp teeth so Melena refuses to breast feed her. Her father, a union minister, believes it is his fault and Elphaba's condition is a punishment from the Unnamed God, she attends Shiz University where she meets Glinda and, although they don't get on at first, become close friends. She rescues the cowardly lion as a cub from a science experiment, she runs away to the Emerald City to join a resistance group against the Wizard. An Animal rights activist, Elphaba is involved in an assassination attempt on Madame Morrible, she shares an illicit relationship with Fiyero, whose death causes her to abandon her revolutionary ideals. She joins a mauntery where she gives birth to Fiyero's illegitimate son Liir, before leaving to travel to Kiamo Ko castle in the Vinkus.

There she is unsuccessful. Instead she finds the Grimmerie, the book of magic, hones her sorcery skills, she is killed by Dorothy when the girl throws a bucket of water on her to extinguish a dress fire. Her apparent death is never made clear. Afterwards, Nanny is heard asking if Elphaba is coming down out of her room, though most of the characters pass this off as senility. However, when Rain questions her about what she saw, she tells her quite forcefully its none of her business. There is a chapter at the end of Out of Oz, somewhat cryptic as to her survival. Glinda, locked up in Southstair prison, has her prison door opened by someone she recognises as a friend, says ‘you wicked thing’, she is named after Saint Aelphaba of the Waterfall by her father. Elphaba acquires the nickname Wicked Witch of the West more because of her sister's nickname, not for any wicked deeds. Elphaba's name is derived from sounding out the initials of Oz author L. Frank Baum's name, she is referred to in the book as the Witch.

Late in the book, it is revealed. In the original Broadway production of the musical, she was played by Idina Menzel. In the musical it is revealed; the protagonist of the Second book, Liir is a child who leaves the mauntery with Elphaba for the Vinkus. It is implied that Liir is the son of Elphaba and Fiyero, he is referred to as such, she does indeed admit that there is a year of her life she does not remember, during which she could have given birth to Liir. Chubby, Liir plays with his supposed half-siblings while he and Elphaba stay with Fiyero's widow. At the end of Wicked it is stated that he intends to find a way of rescuing his half-sister Nor from her slavery, he is the protagonist of Maguire's Son of a Witch, sequel to Wicked. In this book, Liir is brought to the mauntery. Here a Quadling girl named. While in a coma, he relives his life from Elphaba's death, when he spent many years as a member of the Emerald City home guard, he changes his name to Liir Ko to avoid any unwanted attention.

He impregnates Candle, who has sex with him in an attempt to warm his cold body, which results in the birth of a green baby. This proves that Liir is indeed the son of Elphaba and Fiyero. Gregory Maguire has described Liir as "Elphaba's bastard son" in interviews. It's revealed in Son of a Witch that Liir is bisexual and pines for his male lover, Trism. Liir is gifted with the ability to see the past, he uses this ability, along with Candle's musical talent and ability to read the Present, to release Princess Nastoya from her human disguise, returning her to an elephant. In Out of Oz Mombey has him turned into an elephant in order to smuggle him into Munchkinland, she threatens to leave him this way unless he helps her use the Grimmerie for her attack on the Emerald City. This spell is broken by Rain; the protagonist of the third book, Brrr is a lion cub saved from a science experiment in the life sciences class by Elphaba. He grows up to become one of Dorothy's eventual companions, he is the protagonist of A Lion Among Men, is a major character in Out of Oz.

His past is explored during an interview with Yackle in the Mauntery of Saint Glinda. He grew up alone in the Great Gillikin Forest with no apparent memory of his parents, he meets a soldier named Jemsey, caught in a trap and learns the art of conversation. When the soldier dies due to Brrr's inability to see the seriousness of the situation, Brrr leaves the forest in an attempt to return Jemseys medal of courage to his father in Tenniken, he ends up in the wrong town, where he is involved in a riot involving trolls from the Glikkus. He plays dead in order to escape the situation which causes the trolls to follow suit and end up being arrested; this act earns his nickname the cowardly lion. Brrr explores much of Oz and gets involved in various exploits which nearly land him

1,3-Dimethylbutylamine

1,3-Dimethylbutylamine, is a stimulant drug structurally related to methylhexanamine where a butyl group replaces the pentyl group. The compound is an aliphatic amine; the hydrochloride and citrate salts of DMBA has been identified as unapproved ingredients in some over-the-counter dietary supplements, in which it is used in an apparent attempt to circumvent bans on methylhexanamine. The U. S. Food and Drug Administration considers any dietary supplement containing DMBA to be "adulterated". Despite the FDA's opposition, DMBA continues to be sold in the US. There are no known human safety studies on DMBA and its health effects are unknown

Karin Riedel

Karin Riedel is an Australian national champion and national representative lightweight rower. She represented Australia at two World Rowing Championships winning medals at both. Riedel's senior rowing was done from the Adelaide University Boat Club. Riedel made her state representative debut in 1982 when selected along with her sister Rita in the South Australian women's lightweight four to contest the Victoria Cup in the Interstate Regatta within the Australian Rowing Championships, she contested further Victoria Cups for South Australia in 1983, 1984, 1985 and 1986. She stroked all those crews in excepting 1985 Wearing Adelaide University colours Riedel competed for national titles at the Australian Rowing Championships on numerous occasions, she won the women's lightweight pair championship in 1985 with Amanda Cross. She contested the lightweight four title in 1984 and 1985. Riedel made her Australian representative debut in Montreal in 1984 at the first World Rowing Championships that included lightweight events.

There was no FISA championship for the women's eight but Australia sent crews to contest the eights races in anticipation of such events being included in FISA programmes. The crew performed well taking the silver medal with Riedel and her Australian champion team-mate Amanda Cross up the bow end. In 1985 Riedel stroked the Australian lightweight coxless four who took the bronze medal at the 1985 World Rowing Championships in Hazewinkel. Karen Riedel at FISA WorldRowing.com

Botaniska Notiser

Botaniska Notiser was a Swedish scientific periodical concerning botany, issued in Lund, by Societate botanica Lundensi or. It was published from 1839 to 1980, when it fused with Botanisk Tidsskrift and Norwegian Journal of Botany to form the Nordic Journal of Botany. In 2004, the journal reappeared as a regional journal for botany in south Sweden. Monographs were published in Botaniska Notiser Supplement; this series was fused in 1980 with Dansk Botanisk Arkiv under the name Opera Botanica, which since has been the monograph series of the Nordic Journal of Botany. 1900-1921 C. F. O. Nordstedt 1922-1928 Harald Kylin 1929-1937 Nils Sylvén 1938-1949 Henning Weimarck 1950-1953 H. Hjelmqvist 1954-1955 Tycho Norlindh 1956-1957 Henning Weimarck 1958-1964 H. Hjelmqvist 1965-1966 Bertil Nordenstam 1967-1968 Rolf Dahlgren 1969-1970 Ingemar Björkqvist and Hans Runemark 1971-1972 Arne Strid 1972-1975 Gunnar Weimarck 1976-1979 Thomas Karlsson 2004– Kjell-Arne Olsson

Castle Caereinion

Castle Caereinion is a small village and community in Montgomeryshire, Wales upon the River Banwy, around 8 miles west of Welshpool, 4 miles east of Llanfair Caereinion. In 2011 the ward had a population of 592. Castle Caereinion railway station is on the Llanfair Light Railway; the village is named after an ancient castle. The castle was built in 1156 by Madog ap Maredudd. Madog's nephew Owain Cyfeiliog swore allegiance to the English, Owain Gwynedd took the castle from him and destroyed it in about 1167, it has been suggested that a mound in the churchyard of St Garmon's is the remains of the earthwork castle. This mound is known as Twmpath Garmon, so it could be a preaching mound; the most recent view is that the mound does not appear motte-like and a survey in 2002 failed to find a surrounding ditch. The church of St Garmon was rebuilt in 1866 with additions in 1874, its predecessor was 15th century. Some of the fittings from the earlier church survive from the 18th century. St Garmon’s was not an important ecclesiastical centre, being classed as a chapel in 1254.

Tŷ Mawr, a Grade I timber framed house, is in Trefnant within the parish of Castle Caereinion. Village website

Rhett Lashlee

Rhett Lashlee is an American football coach. He is the offensive coordinator of the Miami Hurricanes, the former offensive coordinator of SMU, UConn and Auburn. A native of Springdale, Lashlee played quarterback for the Arkansas Razorbacks football team prior to entering coaching. Lashlee attended Shiloh Christian School in Springdale, where he played quarterback under head coach Gus Malzahn. Lashlee posted a state record 40 career wins and led his team to three straight state championship games, winning two titles. Lashlee holds a number of Arkansas high school records. 858 career completions 13,201 career passing yards 171 career touchdown passes 546 pass attempts in a season 44 completions in a game 71 pass attempts in a game 672 passing yards in a game Regarded as a three-star recruit by Rivals.com, Lashlee was ranked as the No. 19 pro-style quarterback in a 2002 class that featured Ben Olson, Trent Edwards, Drew Stanton, Matt Moore. Lashlee played college football for the Arkansas Razorbacks.

Lashlee was a backup quarterback to Matt Jones, from 2002 to 2004 for the Razorbacks. A shoulder injury ended his playing career. Lashlee graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2006. Prior to 2017, Lashlee had worked under Malzahn for his entire career with the exception of his one year at Samford University. From 2004 to 2005, Lashlee worked with the quarterbacks at Springdale High School. Following the announcement of Malzahn's hire as Arkansas Razorbacks offensive coordinator in 2006, Lashlee was hired as an offensive graduate assistant. Following this season, Malzahn left to become the offensive coordinator of the Tulsa Golden Hurricane football team. Although invited to join Malzahn's staff at Tulsa, Lashlee left coaching and remained in Northwest Arkansas. Instead and his brother in law wrote and marketed High School Sports The Magazine, a publication based on high school sports in Arkansas. During the two years Lashlee was involved in the business, he made relationships with high school coaches throughout Arkansas and marketed his magazine to distributors.

Lashlee volunteered as quarterbacks coach at Har-Ber High School. Malzahn was hired as the offensive coordinator at Auburn for the 2009 season. Following this announcement, Malzahn offered Lashlee to join his staff as a graduate assistant, returning Lashlee to coaching, he remained in this role until leaving to become offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for Samford University Bulldogs in 2011. During his coaching season the team offensive improved in points per game, total offense, improved their record from 4–6 to 6–5 through the installation of a high tempo offense. Malzahn left Auburn following 2011. Lashlee followed. Malzahn returned to Auburn as head coach after one year at Arkansas State. On December 6, 2012, Gus Malzahn named Rhett Lashlee as his offensive coordinator. In 2013, Lashlee was a finalist for the Broyles Award, given annually to the nation's top college football assistant coach. By 2016, head coach Malzahn had taken back the reins of the offense and as a result, Lashlee had less control of the offense.

In 2017, Lashlee subsequently moved on to be UConn's offensive coordinator. On January 4, 2018, it was reported that Lashlee was hired by SMU. On January 3, 2020, it was reported that Lashlee had filled the offensive coordinator vacancy at the University of Miami. 2006 Arkansas Razorbacks football team 2011 Samford Bulldogs football team Auburn profile