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Pottier P.50

The Pottier P.50 Bouvreuil was a single-seat, single-engine racing aircraft developed in France in the late 1970s and marketed for homebuilding. It was a low-wing cantilever monoplane of conventional design with an enclosed cockpit; the undercarriage was of tailwheel configuration, the P.50 was designed from the outset to offer the builder the alternative of fixed or retractable main units. Construction throughout was of wood, except for the engine cowling and main wheel spats, which were fibreglass mouldings. P.50 - version with fixed undercarriage P.50R - version with retractable undercarriage Data from Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1987–88 p. 588General characteristics Crew: One pilot Length: 5.65 m Wingspan: 6.20 m Wing area: 7.5 m2 Empty weight: 270 kg Gross weight: 400 kg Powerplant: 1 × Continental C-90, 67 kW Performance Maximum speed: 310 km/h Armament Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1987–88. London: Jane's Publishing. Taylor, Michael J. H.. Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation. London: Studio Editions

Alwyn Kurts

Alwyn Cecil Kurts was an Australian drama and comedy actor of radio and film, best remembered for his role as gruff Inspector Colin Fox in the TV series Homicide. Kurts worked as a war correspondent, before moving onto radio with his program Raising a Husband on radio station 3XY. Kurts' television career started with the television version of his radio show Raising a Husband Hutton's Family Quiz, Don't Argue and Fighting Words, he came to prominence in Homicide, followed by the comedy The Last of the Australians. In 1982 he appeared in the Australian TV drama Cop Shop. For a brief time, he was the Beast in the Australian version of the television panel show Beauty and the Beast. Kurts appeared in the 1979 movie Tim starring Mel Gibson. Kurts supported the 1972 campaign for the election of the Labor Party. Alwyn Kurts died on 4 May 2000, aged 84 in Melbourne, from liver failure. In 1979, Kurts won the Australian Film Institute Award for AACTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his role as the father of Mel Gibson's character in the film Tim.

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Nikolas Papamitrou, better known by his stage name Papamitrou or Nick Papz, is a Music producer from Massachusetts. Papamitrou is the first signed producer to Meek Mill's record label: Dreamchasers, he is best known for the energy he brings to his instrumentals, his energetic choir melodies, 808 patterns. Papamitrou graduated Husson University with a BS degree in Communications Technology, he started a YouTube channel at the age of sixteen producing "Meek Mill Type Beats", getting attention and thousands of subscribers. Papamitrou started communicating with well known producers such as Jahlil Beats, he was discovered through Instagram by a fan tagging Meek Mill’s manager on his beat video. Papamitrou got signed to Dreamchasers soon after that. Papamitrou became notable after releasing his beat tapes "Apollo" and "Cuatro" on SoundCloud and MyMixtapez, which set him off with the help of Meek Mill promoting him. In February 2017, Papamitrou released two major songs on Don Q's project "Corner Stories" named "Don Vito," & "It's All Love" with a feature from Dave East.

He released a song with Meek Mill on the Meekend II mixtape called, "Young Nxxx Dreams,". On July 21, 2017, Meek Mill released the Wins & Losses album worldwide with three major songs produced by Papamitrou, he produced the intro called "Wins & Losses", "Connect The Dots" and "These Scars". The Wins and Losses Album debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart with 102,000 units in album sales on its first week. The album remained at No. 3 for the second week. Papamitrou explained how he got involved with Meek Mill and the Dreamchasers in an interview with My MixtapezPapamitrou works with many other artists such as Dave East Don Q on his song Trap Phone and mixtape Corner Stories. In November 2018, Meek mill released his new album Championships that made it #1 on the Billboard 200. Papamitrou produced four songs in; the album was nominated for a 2020 Grammy Award. Mixtapes Historic Trapademikz Apollo Cuatro 7 Series ft. Jahlil Beats Corner Stories

Dynasty (film)

Dynasty is a 1976 American made-for-television drama film directed by Lee Philips. It stars Sarah Miles and Stacy Keach; the film was made during the period before Star Wars in which Ford's career was gaining momentum after his roles in American Graffiti and The Conversation. Harrison Ford as Mark Blackwood Sarah Miles as Jennifer Blackwood Stacy Keach as Matt Blackwood Harris Yulin as John Blackwood Amy Irving as Amanda Blackwood Granville Van Dusen as Creed Vauclose Charles Weldon as Sam Adams Gerrit Graham as Carver Blackwood Ian Wolfe as Dr. Klauber Dynasty on IMDb


Assagao is a village in Bardez, Goa located about 4 kilometres west of Mapusa. Assagao is Known as Land of Flowers. Village is surrounded by hills, From Mapusa town, the road u-turns uphill and, while descending the pass in the small plateau, splits into two parallel roads one which proceeds straight along the St. Cajetan Church, Assagao Union High School to Anjuna and the other passes by Pallottine Seminary,Panchyat office straight to Badem; the popular beaches of Anjuna and Vagator are to the west of Assagao. Like all of Goa, Assagao was long held by the Portuguese; as per Elderly People, village got its name when a prince, lost on the hills of Assagao on a dark night, heard the cock crow to announce the dawn. Overjoyed, the forlorn prince heaved Assa re ganv; the early inhabitants of Assagao were Saraswat Brahmins of the Atri gotra. There must have been others too, but all were invariably Hindu with Ravalnath being the presiding deity. There was no dearth of temples too. However, only an odd pillar called.

It was the temple lamp-post and to preserve the relic of their Hindu heritage, the elders cleverly slapped a legend over the kator. They the common man to believe that there was something inscribed on the kator in a strange a language, they claimed that the one who manages to decipher the inscription would be blessed with a bhangaracho handdo. Nobody saw the inscription and so no one got any gold either. Assagao is home to Many Prominent Education Institutions, including Agnel Institute of Technology and Design Engineering College, DMC College, Assagao Union High School and Government Primary Schools. Football and cricket are popular sports in the village. During Monsoon people play football, an inter-ward football tournament is organised every year. Cricket is played during summer. Assagao is located at 15°35′51″N 73°46′38″E at an elevation of 8 metres above MSL. Mint Royale Resort near Anjuna Beach Assagao Heritage Walk St. Cajetan church is architecturally similar to St Alex's Church in Calangute.

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