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List of patrol vessels of the United States Navy

This is a list of patrol vessels of the United States Navy. USS Flagstaff USS Tucumcari USS High Point These submarine chasers were 173 feet long and used the PC designation; the large missing sections of numbers in designation for the most part come from sharing the same number set as the other much smaller 110-foot submarine chasers that used the SC designation. Of 112 Eagle class patrol craft planned 60 of these World War I era ships were completed, being given numbers from 1 to 60. Only three were commissioned prior to the Armistice which ended World War I and only eight saw service in World War II of which PE-56 was sunk by a U-boat. PE-61 through PE-112 were cancelled on November 30, 1918. PE-5, PE-15, PE-25, PE-45, PE-65, PE-75, PE-86, PE-95, PE-105, PE-112 were allotted for transfer to Italy, though this plan was cancelled and none were delivered. All built in Shanghai to serve on the Yangtze Patrol. USS Palos, ex-PG-16 USS Monacacy, ex-PG-20 USS Wake, ex-Guam USS Tutuila, ex-PG-44 USS Panay, ex-PG-45 USS Oahu, ex-PG-46 USS Luzon, ex-PG-47 USS Mindanao, ex-PG-48 USS PT-1 USS PT-41 USS PT-59 USS PT-109 USS PT-309 These submarine chasers were 110 feet long and used the SC designation.

The large missing sections of numbers in designation for the most part come from sharing the same number set as the other bigger 173 foot subchasers that used the PC designation. List of SC-1-class subchasers List of SC-1-class subchasers Mainly SC-497 to 775, SC-977 to 1076, SC-1267 to 1367, SC-1474 to 1626. Several were modified to be SCC's a command versions. Incomplete listing of civilian boats and ships commissioned during World War I for use as section patrol craft and civilian cargo ships, transports, etc. commissioned for U. S. Navy use during World War and given non-"SP" identification numbers in the "SP" numbering series

Nokia 101 (1992)

The Nokia 101 is an analogue mobile phone from Nokia released in 1992 that have variants for the NMT, AMPS and ETACS cellular networks. The 101 is considered to have been a significant handset for Nokia, one that started the company's major success in the market that decade, it was the first model in the new 3-digit naming strategy for analogue handsets. It was Nokia's first in a candybar form as opposed to the previous "bricks" such as Nokia Talkman 600 or Nokia P4000, it weighed 280 grams, with Nokia marketing it as the world's "most portable phone". The 101 was designed by Frank Nuovo, it was specially designed to be easy to use, with well spaced keys that have backlight for use in the dark. As a result the 101 became popular. Nokia would that year launch the Nokia 1011, a digital GSM phone; the Nokia 121 was aimed for business markets, the Nokia 100 was a more simple version for consumers. Other similar models were launched too including Nokia 104 and Nokia 116. In 1994 the Nokia 2110 digital phone was launched.

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 1277

United Nations Security Council resolution 1277, adopted on 30 November 1999, after recalling all relevant resolutions on Haiti including Resolution 1212, the Council extended the mandate of the United Nations Civilian Police Mission in Haiti pending the transition to a civilian group by 15 March 2000. The Security Council took note of a request by the Haitian government for the establishment of an International Civilian Support Mission in Haiti in the country. Various United Nations operations had contributed to the professionalisation of the Haitian National Police and the development of its judiciary and national institutions; the Secretary-General Kofi Annan was requested to co-ordinate the transition from MIPONUH and the International Civilian Mission in Haiti to MICAH and report on the implementation of the current resolution by 1 March 2000. Resolution 1277, drafted by Argentina, Canada, the United States and Venezuela, was adopted by 14 votes to none against with one abstention from Russia.

The Russian representative said the text was at variance with the request of Haiti, which had requested a non-uniformed presence. History of Haiti List of United Nations Security Council Resolutions 1201 to 1300 Operation Uphold Democracy United Nations Mission in Haiti Works related to United Nations Security Council Resolution 1277 at Wikisource Text of the Resolution at undocs.org

John Mark Painter

John Mark Painter is an American musician and songwriter. He is best known for his role, with his wife, singer Fleming McWilliams, in the rock duo and John. Painter grew up in Miami, began playing trumpet, bass and piano by age 11. Painter met McWilliams while attending Belmont College in Nashville, began collaborating on songs. While pursuing a record contract, Painter began playing is studio sessions for artists like Indigo Girls, Nanci Griffith and Jewel. Fleming and John released its first album, Delusions of Grandeur, in 1995 for independent label R. E. X. Records Universal Records, their second album, The Way We Are in 1999 notably showcased Painter's skills as arranger and as instrumentalist on a panoply of uncommon instruments. Painter continues to work in the Nashville area as a studio musician, performing on albums by Carolyn Arends, Ben Folds Five, Fear of Pop, Rich Creamy Paint, Sixpence None the Richer, Gabe Dixon Band, Jon Foreman, Frally Folds and others. Producing artist such as Shapiro and Alva Leigh for Dweeb Records at IHOF Studio.

Painter was the composer for the 2005 animated film "Hoodwinked", the 2006 film "The Second Chance" starring Michael W. Smith, the VeggieTales DVD "The Wonderful Wizard of Ha's", he is a member of the alternative rock band Steve Taylor & The Perfect Foil with Steve Taylor, Jimmy Abegg and Peter Furler. Their first album, Goliath was released in November 2014. John Mark Painter on IMDb

Jesse F. Keeler

Jesse Frederick Keeler is a Canadian musician. He is known as the bassist of Canadian dance-punk duo Death from Above and one half of the electronic music duo MSTRKRFT. In addition to singing, Keeler plays drums, bass and saxophone, as well as work as a producer, lending to music of a variety of styles over the course of his career, including punk, rock and electro. Standing 8 Split w/ This Robot Kills Wrist Towards Elbow I Blast Off! The Experiment Vol. 2: Casino Steel Vs. Black Cat # 13 Split w/ International Strike Force The Experiment, Vol. 1 The Experiment Vol. 2: Casino Steel Vs. Black Cat # 13 As You Sow, So Shall You Reap Fire Baptism From the Abundance of the Heart, the Mouth Speaks You're a Woman, I'm a Machine The Physical World Outrage! Is Now The Looks Fist of God OPERATOR "Beehive"/"Towel Swinger" Face Pump Helado Video Interview with Jesse F Keeler MSTRKRFT Official Website MSTRKRFT MySpace Profile Death from Above 1979 Official Website Death from Above 1979 MySpace Profile

Across the Borderline

Across the Borderline is the fortieth studio album by Willie Nelson. It was produced by Don Was, Paul Simon, Roy Halee, it includes songs written by Paul Simon, Ry Cooder, John Hiatt, Peter Gabriel, Bob Dylan, Lyle Lovett, Nelson himself. Featured performers include David Crosby, Kris Kristofferson, Sinéad O'Connor, Bonnie Raitt, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon; the title track, "Across the Borderline", was written by Ry Cooder, John Hiatt, Jim Dickinson. It is a remake of a song by Freddy Fender, featured on the motion picture soundtrack for The Border starring Jack Nicholson. "Don't Give Up" was performed by Nelson with Sinéad O'Connor singing the part sung by Kate Bush on the original Peter Gabriel recording. Bonnie Raitt duets with Nelson on "Getting Over You". Nelson and Bob Dylan wrote and performed a new composition, "Heartland", for this album. Paul Simon duets with Nelson on his composition "American Tune". All tracks are written by Willie Nelson, except where noted. Mose Allison - piano Mingo Araujo - congas Eric Bazilian - mandolin Jimmy Bralower - drums David Campbell - harmonium Gene Chrisman - drums David Crosby - backing vocals Paulinho Da Costa - percussion Debra Dobkin - percussion Bob Dylan - vocals Paul English - drums Paul Franklin - pedal steel guitar Johnny Gimble - violin Mark Goldenberg - guitar Milt Hinton - bass guitar James "Hutch" Hutchinson - bass guitar Mark Isham - trumpet Jim Keltner - drums Kris Kristofferson - vocals Mike Leech - bass guitar John Leventhal - guitar Grady Martin - guitar Bobbie Nelson - piano Mark O'Connor - violin Sinéad O'Connor - vocals Jody Payne - acoustic guitar Ray Phiri - guitar Bonnie Raitt - vocals, slide guitar Mickey Raphael - harmonica John Selelowane - guitar Paul Simon - guitar Smitty Smith - drums Bee Spears - bass guitar Fred Tackett - guitar Benmont Tench - organ Danny Timms - guitar, organ, backing vocals Robby Turner - pedal steel guitar, mandolin Don Was - bass guitar Reggie Young - guitar Willie Nelson - vocals, acoustic guitar