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List of counties in Nevada

There are sixteen counties and one independent city in the U. S. state of Nevada. On November 25, 1861, the first Nevada Territorial Legislature established nine counties. Nevada was admitted to the Union on October 1864 with eleven counties. In 1969, Ormsby County and Carson City were consolidated into a single municipal government known as Carson City; the FIPS county code is the five-digit Federal Information Processing Standard code which uniquely identifies counties and county equivalents in the United States. The three-digit number is unique to each individual county within a state, but to be unique within the entire United States, it must be prefixed by the state code; this means that, for example, while Churchill County, Nevada is 001, Alameda County and Baker County, Oregon are 001. To uniquely identify Churchill County, one must use the state code of 32 plus the county code of 001; the links in the column FIPS. Bullfrog County, formed in 1987 from part of Nye county. Creation declared unconstitutional and abolished in 1989.

Lake County, one of the original nine counties formed in 1861. Renamed Roop County in 1862. Part became Lassen County, California in 1864. Nevada remainder annexed in 1883 to Washoe county. Ormsby County, one of the original nine counties formed in 1861. Consolidated in 1969 with the county seat, Carson City, forming the independent city of that name

Nova Performance Paragliders

Nova Performance Paragliders is an Austrian aircraft manufacturer based in Terfens. The company specializes in the design and manufacture of paragliders in the form of ready-to-fly aircraft; the company was founded in 1989 and located in Innsbruck. In 2010 the company relocated its headquarters to Terfens. By 2016 the company had 110 employees, including 95 in the Mecsek Ballon KFT Hungarian production plant in Pécs and 15 in Terfens; the company's first designer was Hannes Papesh. Other founders were competitive paraglider pilot Toni Bender; the company's first design, the Nova CXC was sewn by Papesh on his mother's home sewing machine. The company operated from Wolfgang Lechner's apartment. In 1990 the company established a manufacturing relationship with Mecsek Ballon KFT in the Hungarian town of Pécs to take on production. In the communist era Mecsek Ballon had been a mountaineer clothing manufacturer. Glider development was not without problems. In 1992 the Nova Phantom developed technical problems that could not be resolved and was replaced in the line by the Nova Phönix.

Paraglider pilot Christian Heinrich won the 1999 World Paragliding Championships, held in Bramberg am Wildkogel, flying a Nova Krypton, although the contest was not validated, due to poor weather. The Nova Argon introduced in 2000 was DHV certified with unsheathed Kevlar lines, which reduced drag in flight; the introduction of the Nova Carbon in 2001 resulted in delays filling customer orders as demand exceeded the ability of the fabric manufacturer to provide the cloth for construction. In 2002 The Carbon wing developed porosity in the field after delivery to customers, resulting in parachute-like descents; the fault lay with a batch of fabric which the fabric manufacturer had sub-contracted to a new factory and which had produced a sub-standard product. Nova replaced. By the mid-2000s the company had a full line of gliders, including the beginner Phorus, intermediate Pheron and Artax, performance Aeron and Radon, plus the two-place flight training Phor. In 2003 Hungarian paraglider pilot Szilard Forgo flew a new world record to a declared goal of 278.3 km flying a Nova Aeron in Brazil.

The 2008 contest season XContest resulted in the Nova Mentor being flown by the first-, third-, fourth-, seventh- and eighth-place finishers. In 2011 the Nova Mentor 2 dominated the standard class in the DHV league, with Mentor 2 pilots taking seven of the top ten places. In the XContest nine of the top ten gliders flown were Mentor 2s, including the top three. Summary of aircraft built by Nova: Nova Aeron Nova Argon Nova Artax Nova Axon Nova Bion Nova Carbon Nova CXC Nova Factor Nova Ibex Nova Ion Nova Jamboo Nova Krypton Nova Mamboo Nova Mentor Nova Oryx Nova Phantom Nova Pheron Nova Philou Nova Phocus Nova Phönix Nova Phor Nova Phorus Nova Primax Nova Prion Nova RA Nova Radon Nova Rookie Nova Rotor Nova Shockwave Nova Speedmax Nova Susi Nova Susi Q Nova Syntax Nova Tattoo Nova Trend Nova Triton Nova Tycoon Nova X-ACT Nova Xenon Nova Xyon Official website

Shell Kepler

Michelle Alaine Kepler, known professionally as Shell Kepler, was an American television actress best known for her work on General Hospital as "Nurse Amy Vining", from 1979 until 2002. Kepler was born in Ohio, her family moved to California when she was 10, she had one brother, named after their father. Kepler portrayed busybody nurse Amy Vining, a "fan favorite" and sister of Laura Spencer's, on General Hospital, from 1979 to 2002, she appeared on the General Hospital spinoff Port Charles, other shows such as CHiPs and Three's Company, the movie Homework with Joan Collins. Kepler was a businesswoman, who marketed a line of clothing on the former Home Shopping Club. In a 1994 Associated Press interview, she claimed that her "Lacy Afternoon" collection had earned more than $20 million in sales that year. After her TV career ended, she moved to Portland and was active in charitable fundraising. Kepler married and divorced twice, had no children, she and her General Hospital costar Jacklyn Zeman were close friends.

Kepler died on February 1, 2008, at Oregon Health & Science University. Her close friend and General Hospital costar, Jacklyn Zeman, delivered a eulogy at her funeral; the February 26, 2008 episode of General Hospital was dedicated to Kepler, "In loving memory". Shell Kepler at Find a Grave Shell Kepler - Shell Kepler at Michelle Kepler, under the nickname, "Shell" at

Marco Tattini

Marco Tattini is an Italian footballer who plays as a midfielder for Serie D club Clodiense. Born in Imola, The Province of Bologna, Emilia region, Tattini started his career at hometown club Imolese, he was the member of Allievi U17 team in 2005–06 season. He was selected to Italy U18 amateur in 2006–07 season. Tattini left for Romagna team Cesena on free transfer. Tattini played in the reserve from 2007–08 season to 2009–10 season, with 2008–09 season in Berretti and the rest in Primavera, due to Cesena relegated from Serie B in 2008 and promoted back to the league in 2009. Tattini made his first team debut in the last round of 2008–09 Lega Pro Prima Divisione. Tattini played 3 times in 2009–10 Serie B. In July 2010 Tattini graduated from the youth system and left for third division club Pavia along with Nebil Caidi. Cesena promoted to Serie A in 2010. Tattini missed a few due to international duty. Among the 24 appearances, half of them Tattini was including in the starting XI. In June 2011 Tattini was sold to Foligno in co-ownership deal for peppercorn while N.

Caidi moved to Pavia in co-ownership. That month Cesena recalled youth product Andrea Rossini from Foligno, made Cesena paid €149,500 cash and Tattini for the return. Tattini made 11 sub appearances in 2011 -- 12 Lega Pro Prima Divisione. In June 2012 Cesena bought back Tattini, after the relegation of both Foligno. For the 2018–19 season, his club Imolese was promoted to the third-tier Serie C after five seasons in the fourth, but he was unable to get any playing time on that level, on 21 November 2018, he moved back to Serie D, signing with Clodiense. FIGC Lega Serie A Profile Profile

My Brother, Borat

My Brother, Borat was supposed to become a Kazakh dark comedy film, as an unauthorised sequel to the 2006 film Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. The film was written and directed by Erkin Rakishev, it was meant to address mis-conceptions of Kazakhstan as portrayed in the 2006 film; the film was scheduled for release in early 2011. Because there hasn't been any update on the film since 2010, it is that the production for My Brother, Borat has been cancelled. My Brother, Borat tells the story of John, an American journalist who, after watching the film Borat, decides to visit Kazakhstan, he ends up meeting Bilo—Borat Sagdiyev's mentally-ill younger brother. The two go to find Borat's fictional home village of Kusek, they discover it to be a well-developed city in another country. Director Erkin Rakishev did not see the humour intended by the 2006 Borat film, so decided to create My Brother, Borat as a counterbalance to correct the image of Kazakhstan as a backward country.

He stated, "I think. Maybe they just wanted to joke, but they belittled and mixed us with dirt, they compared us to animals, showed us as barbarians and wild people". Rakishev explained that the Borat film offended the Kazakhstan government to the point of the film being banned in that country. In wishing to address the negative perceptions of Kazakhstan created in the original film, he developed My Brother, Borat as an "image-redressing movie", he began initial production on the film after Borat was released in 2006, abandoned the project due to lack of financing, only being able to continue the project, with the assistance of Kazakhstan legislator Bekbolat Tleukhan. Rakishev did shoot controversial scenes, such as one in which the character of Bilo is raped by a donkey and another where an old woman is beating the two main characters with a stick. In denying that such scenes would offend, Rakishev stated, "If it was Borat's brother who raped the donkey perhaps it would be considered outrageous, but it is the other way round".

The director explained that "he would not mind distributing the film in the United States, though there was the matter of possible copyright violation". He has stated that he would welcome a lawsuit, as it would both provide publicity and promote his vision of a proud Kazakhstan. New York Magazine

Selita Ebanks

Selita Ebanks is a Caymanian model and actress. Ebanks has worked for high fashion brands Neiman Marcus and Ralph Lauren, appeared in magazines such as the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and Glamour, but she is best known for her work with Victoria's Secret, as one of the brand's "Angels" from 2005 to early 2009. Born to a Jamaican father and a Caymanian mother in George Town, Grand Cayman, Ebanks was raised in a large family that included seven brothers, her family, her mother in particular, encouraged her development through extracurricular programs. She moved to the United States and settled in Staten Island, where she graduated from Curtis High School, she was accepted to attend undergraduate studies at Columbia University and New York University, but instead chose to pursue modeling. In 2000, at the age of 17, while walking through the turnstiles at Six Flags Great Adventure, Ebanks was scouted by an agent from Elite Model Management. Ebanks made her debut in February 2001 at the fall show for Tuleh, has walked the runway for designers including Betsey Johnson, Catherine Malandrino, Pamella Roland and Tommy Hilfiger.

She has appeared in campaigns for Abercrombie & Fitch, Tommy Hilfiger and DKNY, signed a contract with Victoria's Secret in 2005. Ebanks first modeled for Victoria's Secret before being signed as an Angel, she and Izabel Goulart made their major débuts in the 2005 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, working as an Angel until 2008. In 2005, Tyra Banks said she was proud of Ebanks to be representing black women at Victoria's Secret. In 2007, Ebanks was selected to wear the "Very Sexy" Holiday Fantasy Bra Set with a price tag of $4,500,000 dollars that contains diamonds, emeralds and yellow sapphires—which she wore in the Victoria's Secret "Christmas Dreams and Fantasies 2007" catalogue, she wore the fantasy bra set during the Victoria's Secret fashion show on 4 December 2007. Ebanks made a special guest appearance on How I Met Your Mother on 26 November 2007 with her fellow Victoria's Secret supermodels. According to Forbes, Ebanks was the twelfth highest paid model of 2008, earning an estimated $2.7 million.

Ebanks has graced the covers of Maxim, British GQ and Russian FHM and appeared in editorials for Marie Claire, Glamour, V, German and Italian Elle and Sports Illustrated's 2007 Swimsuit Issue. Ebanks appeared on the third season of Celebrity Apprentice, but was fired in week 5 on 11 April 2010, placing 9th, she recorded music and appeared on the UPN-series South Beach. She is featured in The-Dream's music video for the single "Make Up Bag", as well as Kanye West's 2010 short film Runaway, playing a fallen phoenix with whom West's character falls in love, she is now a reoccurring character in BET's Husband's of Hollywood where she plays the love interest of comedian Kevin Hart. Ebanks appeared in a commercial for State Farm Insurance alongside actor/model Mehcad Brooks. Ebanks has her own line of swimwear and shoes called Sass which stands for Selita's Accessories Shoes and Swimwear; the line was seen on the BET Rip The Runway 2012. Selita Ebanks was to star in the ABC Family TV series called "Nicki" based on the life of music sensation Nicki Minaj alongside Ariana Neal, Wesley Jonathan and McCarrie McCausland.

Whoopi Goldberg and J. B. Smoove as guest star, but according to The Hollywood Reporter, Freeform has cancelled their series. Ebanks was to play Nicki's mother. Production began in January 2016. In October 2016, Minaj stated. Selita Ebanks will be seen in the MTV's The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars which premieres 17 April 2018, she was engaged to comedian Nick Cannon for five months. She dated Terrence J from 2011 to 2013. Ebanks has run her own talent school "Stardom Youth Foundation" since 2004 in her hometown Cayman Islands, providing career guidance for teenagers, she formed a charity organization, "Women’s Coalition for Empowerment and Opportunity", after a trip to Sierra Leone in 2008. The organization helps to support women’s educational and professional programs in the civil war-torn African nation, she joined the Cash&Rocket tour in 2013 and 2014 raising more than $1 million for women and children all over the world. Official website Selita Ebanks at Fashion Model Directory Selita Ebanks on IMDb