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Zaō Onsen

Zaō Onsen is a famous hot spring area on Mount Zaō in the northern part of Honshū, the main island of Japan. Records date back as far as 110 AD. A wounded warrior is said to have drawn an arrow out of his body and cleaned the wound at a spring only to find that the injury healed miraculously and well; the sulfur springs of Zaō Onsen smell of rotten eggs, which only connoisseurs know to appreciate, which saves Zaō from being overrun by tourists. Although Mount Zaō stretches between Yamagata and Miyagi Prefectures, the town where Zaō Onsen is located was merged into Yamagata City; the hot spring is accessible via the Tōhoku Expressway. The Zao Mountain is famous for its conifer trees which get solidified by January due to the hard lime phenomenon. Kamiyu public bath 38°10′07″N 140°23′51″E Zaō Hot Springs Ski Resort

John W. Creswell

John W. Creswell is an American academic known for his work in mixed methods research, he has written numerous journal articles and 27 books on mixed methods research, research methods, qualitative research. Since 2015, he has been an adjunct professor of family medicine at the University of Michigan and Co-Director of the Michigan Mixed Methods Research and Scholarship Program, he was a professor of educational psychology at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, where he held the Clifton Endowed Professor Chair. He was a founding co-editor of the Journal of Mixed Methods Research, has served as a Fulbright Scholar twice: in 2008 in South Africa and in 2012 in Thailand, he was a visiting professor at the Harvard School of Public Health in 2013, received an honorary doctorate from the University of Pretoria in 2014. Official website Faculty page at the University of Michigan Faculty page at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Talentvision 2 HD

Talentvision 2 HD was a Canadian Mandarin Chinese Category B specialty channel. It was owned by Television Broadcasts Limited; the station broadcast in high definition. In February 2013, Fairchild Media Group received permission from the CRTC to launch Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission to launch Talentvision 2 HD. Talentvision 2 HD sources its programming from Mainland China as well as Taiwan and 80% of the content will be different from the standard definition service Talentvision; the channel launched on May 2013 on Bell Fibe TV in high definition. It was launched on Rogers Cable on July 4, 2013 and on Optik TV on October 8, 2013. In June 2016, the channel was removed from Optik TV. In July 2016, the channel was dropped by the remaining providers who carried it, Bell Fibe TV and Rogers Cable and subsequently shut down. Talentvision 2 HD repeats the 7:30 PM newscast from Talentvision at 8:30 PM and 3:30 AM. Fairchild TV Talentvision

Mascott

Mascott is a U. S. indie-pop band based in New York City formed in 1998. The indie pop group Mascott is led by singer/guitarist Kendall Jane Meade of Juicy. After that band disbanded in the wake of their 1996 album Olive Juicy, Meade relocated from New York City to her native Detroit to plot her next move, she formed Mascott soon after, releasing their debut EP Electric Poems on Le Grand Magistery in late 1998. Three years she released the Jim O'Rourke produced Follow the Sound. Dreamer's Book was released on her own label, Red Panda, in early 2004. Mascott released a 3rd full-length studio album entitled Art Project on November 11, 2008 on Red Panda Records. Follow the Sound Dreamer's Book Art Project Electric Poems This Is Next Year: A Brooklyn-Based Compilation - Arena Rock Recording Co. - 2001 Mascott Home Page Red Panda Records Le Grand Magistery

Cnoc an Chuillinn

Cnoc an Chuillinn, at 958 metres, is the sixth-highest peak in Ireland on the Arderin list and the seventh-highest peak in Ireland on the Vandeleur-Lynam list. The name is sometimes incorrectly anglicised to Knockacullion, a name used for peaks and townlands in other parts of Ireland. Cnoc an Chuillinn is part of the MacGillycuddy's Reeks range in County Kerry. Cnoc an Chuillinn lies in the eastern section of the MacGillycuddy's Reeks, Ireland's highest mountain range, it is at the start of a high ridge section that, moving eastwards, includes Cnoc an Chuillinn East Top 926 metres, Maolán Buí 973 metres, Cnoc na Péiste 988 metres, The Big Gun 939 metres and finishes with Cruach Mhór 932 metres. Between Cnoc an Chuillinn, Cnoc an Chuillinn East Top, lies a major south-east spur to the less climbed, Brassel Mountain 575 metres, which descends steeply into the Black Valley below. Brassel Mountain is regarded for its steep scrambling, as an alternative access route to the eastern section of the main Reek's ridge, from more used Hag's Glen options.

To the west of Cnon an Chiullinn is Cnoc na Toinne 845 metres, the drop down to the col from which the Devil's Ladder can be descended into the Hag's Glen. Cnoc an Chuillinn's name is misspelt, including swapping the middle-"an" for "na", or using one "l" or one "n", or using the anglicised term of Knockacullion, as done in other parts of Ireland. Cnoc an Chuillinn is the 316th-highest mountain in Ireland on the Simm classification, it is listed by the Scottish Mountaineering Club as one of 34 Furths, a mountain above 3,000 ft in elevation, meets the other SMC criteria for a Munro, but, outside of Scotland. Cnoc an Chuillinn's prominence qualifies it to meet the Arderin classification, the British Isles Simm and Hewitt classifications. Cnoc an Chuillinn does not appear in the MountainViews Online Database, 100 Highest Irish Mountains, as the prominence threshold is over 100 m. Lists of mountains in Ireland List of mountains of the British Isles by height List of Furth mountains in the British Isles MountainViews: The Irish Mountain Website MountainViews: Irish Online Mountain Database The Database of British and Irish Hills, the largest database of British Isles mountains Hill Bagging UK & Ireland, the searchable interface for the DoBIH Ordnance Survey Ireland Online Map Viewer Logainm: Placenames Database of Ireland