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List of sub-regions used in the London Plan

Greater London is divided into five sub-regions for the purposes of the London Plan. The boundaries of these areas were amended in 2008 and 2011 and their role in the implementation of the London Plan has varied with each iteration. Sub-regions are a feature of the London Plan intended to encourage partnership working across London borough boundaries. From 2004 to 2008, the sub-regions were the same as the Learning and Skills Council areas set up in 1999; these 2004–2008 sub-regions each had a Sub-Regional Development Framework. The sub-regions were revised in February 2008 as part of the Further Alterations to the London Plan; the 2008–2011 sub-regions, each had its own Sub-regional Implementation Framework. In 2011, the sub-regions were revised again; the 2011 sub-regions are used for statutory monitoring and resource allocation. The sub-regions have remained static since 2011, unchanged in the 2016 published plan and 2019 draft plan

Little Church in the Pines

The Little Church in the Pines is a c. 1902-1908 building in the former mining town of Salina in Boulder County, Colorado. The church held regular Sunday School classes for children, services whenever a traveling minister came to town; as the mining boom came to an end and the town's population shrunk, the building fell into disuse, served as a mine office before being abandoned. In 1948 it was purchased by a neighborhood group and has been used since for nondenominational worship and community events; the Little Church in the Pines was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. During the 2013 Colorado floods, the ground washed out from underneath half of the building, including the bell tower, emergency supports had to be installed to stabilize the structure until a new foundation could be built and the area refilled

Cort MBC-1 Matthew Bellamy Signature

Cort MBC-1 is the signature guitar of Matthew Bellamy, lead singer and guitarist of the English rock band Muse, launched in 2015 in Indonesia. It was designed by Bellamy and Hugh Manson in collaboration with Cort Guitars, based on Manson MB Series. Guitar has solid Telecaster-form body made from tilia, maple neck and rosewood fingerboard with compound radius. Modifications of Cort MBC-1: MBC-1 MBLK — Matt Black colour. MBC-1 RS — Red Sparkle colour. MBC-1 LH — Matt black version for left-handed people. MBC-1 Matt White Show Special Stormtrooper Edition. Manson Guitar Works are proposing modernization of guitar upgrade with Sustaiac Pro sustainer. Vex Fuzz Factory; this guitar was nominated on Music and Sound Awards and MIA Awards, as «Best electric guitar» and «Electric guitar of the year», won the last one. Besides, it was marked as "Premier Gear" by Premier Guitar, magazine Total Guitar called it «Best buy». "Cort Manson MBC-1 Matthew Bellamy Signature". Gear. Total Guitar. No. 263. United Kingdom.

82. EAN: 9-771355-504062. About guitar on official Cort website About guitar on official Manson Guitar Works website "Original specification". Archived from the original on 2017-10-11. Retrieved 2017-10-15. Review Cort MBC-1 from Total Guitar Review Cort MBC-1 from Guitar World Review "Cort MBC-1 Matt Bellamy". Premier Guitar. Archived from the original on 2017-10-11. Retrieved 2017-10-12. Article on MuseWiki "Cort MBC-1 Matthew Bellamy Signature Guitar". Musewiki.org. MuseWiki: Supermassive wiki for the band Muse. Archived from the original on 2017-10-10. Retrieved 2017-10-11

Florian W√ľnsche

Florian Wünsche is a German actor and well known for his role as Manuel Siewert in the children soap opera Schloss Einstein. He had his first small role in the feature movie Wer küsst schon einen Leguan? in 2003. This was followed by guest parts in two episodes of Ein Engel für alle and his first appearance in KRIMI. DE. After that he took the role of boarding school student Manuel Siewert in the popular teen soap Schloss Einstein in 2008. Wünsche lasted three seasons on the show, leaving Schloss Einstein in 2010, he took part in the second season of the Coming of age-series dasbloghaus.tv, before having another guest appearance in KRIMI. DE. In March 2011, Wünsche was cast as Emilio Sanchez in the soap opera Verbotene Liebe, he completed the show's Mallorca cast and joined the cast in Düsseldorf Germany. His first appearance was on 28 June 2011. After the show's cancellation in 2015 Florian Wünsche joined the cast of Stuttgart Homicide. In his role as Benedikt Förster he's part of the forensic team being a young coroner who has to deal with his male co-worker's jealousy as well as with his ex-girlfriend who tries to keep his daughter from him by allowing him to see her on tough conditions.

He starred in the popular German learning series, Nico's Weg where he and his friends adventure in Germany

Marriage at Cana

The transformation of water into wine at the Marriage at Cana or Wedding at Cana is the first miracle attributed to Jesus in the Gospel of John. In the Gospel account, his mother and his disciples are invited to a wedding, when the wine runs out, Jesus delivers a sign of his glory by turning water into wine; the location of Cana has been subject to the debate of Christ among biblical scholars and archeologists. John 2:1-11 states that while Jesus was at a wedding in Cana with his disciples, the party ran out of wine. Jesus' mother told Jesus, "They have no wine," and Jesus replied, "Oh Woman, what has this to do with me? My hour has not yet come." His mother said to the servants, "Do whatever he tells you". Jesus ordered the servants to fill containers with water and to draw out some and take it to the chief steward. After tasting it, without knowing where it came from, the steward remarked to the bridegroom that he had departed from the custom of serving the best wine first by serving it last.

John adds that: "Jesus did this, the first of his signs, in Cana of Galilee, it revealed his glory. Although none of the Synoptic Gospels mentions the marriage at Cana, Christian tradition based on John 2:11 holds that this is the first public miracle of Jesus, it is considered to have symbolic importance as the first of the seven signs in the Gospel of John by which Jesus' divine status is attested, around which the gospel is structured. Interpreted allegorically, the good news and hope implied by the story are in the words of the steward of the Feast when he tasted the good wine, "Everyone serves the good wine first, the inferior wine after the guests have become drunk, but you have kept the good wine until now". This could be interpreted by saying that it is always darkest before the dawn, but good things are on the way; the more usual interpretation, however, is that this is a reference to the appearance of Jesus, whom the author of the Fourth Gospel regards as being himself "the good wine".

The story has had considerable importance in the development of Christian pastoral theology. Fulton J. Sheen thought that it is likely that it was one of Mary's relatives, being married; this would mean Mary and her relatives would be embarrassed if they appeared inhospitable by running out of wine, giving Mary a reason to ask Jesus to intercede. The gospel account of Jesus being invited to a marriage and using his divine power to save the celebrations from disaster are taken as evidence of his approval for marriage and earthly celebrations, in contrast to the more austere views of Paul the Apostle as found, for example, in 1 Corinthians 7, it has been used as an argument against Christian teetotalism. According to Bill Day, the miracle may be interpreted as the antitype of Moses' first public miracle of changing water into blood; this would establish a symbolic link between Moses as the first saviour of the Jews through their escape from Egypt and Jesus as the spiritual saviour of all people.

Some commentators have speculated about the identity of the unnamed bridegroom. One tradition, represented by Thomas Aquinas among others, holds that the bridegroom was St John the Evangelist himself. Bishop John Spong suggests in his book Born of a Woman that the event was the wedding of Jesus himself to Mary Magdalene. In 1854, at a time when polygamy was an element of mainstream practice of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Latter-day Saint elder Orson Hyde made a similar suggestion, arguing that Jesus was a polygamist and that the event at Cana was his wedding to Mary Magdalene and Mary of Bethany; the exact location of Cana has been subject to debate among scholars. Modern scholars maintain that since the Gospel of John was addressed to Jewish Christians of the time, it isn't that the evangelist would mention a place that did not exist. Locations which are candidates for historical Cana are: Kafr Kanna, in Galilee Khirbet Qana called Kenet-l-Jalil in Galilee Ain Qana, Southern Lebanon Qana, Southern Lebanon.

According to the Catholic Encyclopedia of 1914, a tradition dating back to the 8th century identifies Cana with the modern Arab town of Kafr Kanna, in Galilee, about 7 km northeast of Nazareth, Israel. Other suggested alternatives include the ruined village of Khirbet Qana called Kenet-l-Jalil, about 9 km further north, Ain Qana, in Southern Lebanon, closer to Nazareth and considered to be a better candidate on etymological grounds; some Christians Lebanese Christians, believe the southern Lebanese village of Qana to have been the actual location of this event. In the journal Biblical Archaeological Review, Michael Homan argues that many biblical scholars have misinterpreted early texts, translating to'wine' when the more sensible translation is'beer'. Depictions of Marriage at Cana are numerous in art history. Marriage at Cana in art Saint Columba of Iona performed an identical miracle when he served as a deacon in Ireland under Finnian of Movilla, replenishing the supply of sacramental wine for a Mass.

Chronology of Jesus Life of Jesus in the New Testament Ministry of Jesus Miracles of Jesus Parables of Jesus Shea, Mark. "The Significance of the Wedding at Cana", National Catholic Register, September 10, 2012

Unlisted Owner

Unlisted Owner is a 2017 American found footage thriller horror film written and directed by Jed Brian and co-written by Tyler Landers and produced by Lawford County Productions. Unlisted Owner has been edited as crime scene video evidence, with law enforcement placards showing the date time and whose camera was filming in the next sequence. Lawford County Productions signed a distribution agreement for Unlisted Owner with Tom Cat Films in October 2016. Production began in July 2011 and completed May 2013, his directorial debut, Brian spent two years editing the film. It was filmed around Sumner, Illinois; the film takes place in a small Illinois community in fictional Lawford County, shaken to the core by the murders of a Roth family who had purchased a house with a dark history unaware to many. A radio broadcast of the deaths is heard by a group of friends Gavin Landers, Griffin Potts, Tyler Brian, Jed Groves, Andrea Mills, Haidee Summers, who realize the murders are only a mile away from where they are going camping this weekend.

Since the campsite is so close to the murder scene, the group of friends decide to go back and investigate themselves, leading to an eventful night they can only hope they will survive. The film premiered to a focus group in Vincennes, Indiana on June 14 and 15, 2013, screened again November 24, 2013 in Evansville, before screening at festivals such as American Film Market in November 2015. Unlisted Owner was released on Amazon.com on November 14, 2017. Official website Thomas Ellis article in News4U Magazine Unlisted Owner at the Internet Movie Database Unlisted Owner Movie on Facebook