Louis Gibzen, is a British Gold-selling hip-hop/electro producer of Barbadian descent. He was raised in Middleton, Greater Manchester and is known as a promising upcoming producer throughout the UK, he produced the record "Stay with Me" for Ironik's debut album. The record hit #5 on the UK charts whilst Gibzen was just 16. Since he has produced tracks for Joe Budden's mixtape Mood Muzik 3 and Maino's The Hand Of God, he has worked with Sway, Rhea, Pyrelli, S. B. D. Wiley and Red Cafe. Gibzen produced Fugative's single "Sticks And Stones" with Anthony Anderson & Steve Smith, he is producing for Akon, Wiz Khalifa, Ella Henderson and on Wretch 32's upcoming album. Gibzen has made various instrumentals for American dance crew Jabbawockeez, One being titled Forever, he has his own production company and music site. In 2012 Gibzen revealed that he and his label are releasing a Champagne in partnership with footballer Mario Balotelli called LF Champagne. Louis's productions are being used for the E4 show Youngers.
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Guru Angad was an Indian religious leader and the second of the ten Sikh gurus. He was born in a Hindu family, with the birth name as Lehna, in the village of Harike in northwest Indian subcontinent. Bhai Lehna grew up in a Khatri family, his father was a small scale trader, he himself worked as a pujari and religious teacher centered around goddess Durga, he met Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism, became a Sikh. He worked with Guru Nanak for many years. Guru Nanak gave Lehna the name Angad, chose Angad as the second Sikh Guru instead of his own sons. After the death of Guru Nanak in 1539, Guru Angad led the Sikh tradition, he is remembered in Sikhism for adopting and formalizing the Gurmukhi alphabet based on the prevalent local Devanagari script. He began the process of collecting the hymns of Guru Nanak, contributed 62 or 63 hymns of his own. Instead of his own son, he chose a Vaishnava Hindu Amar Das as his successor and the third Guru of Sikhism. Guru Angad was born in a village, with birth name of Lehna, to Hindu parents living in northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent called the Punjab region.
He was the son of a successful trader named Pheru Mal. His mother's name was Mata Ramo. Like all the Sikh Gurus, Lehna came from Khatri caste. At age 16, Angad married a Khatri girl named Mata Khivi in January 1520, they had one or two daughters, depending on the primary sources. The entire family of his father had left their ancestral village in fear of the invasion of Babar's armies. After this the family settled at Khadur Sahib, a village by the River Beas near what is now Tarn Taran. Before becoming a Sikh and his renaming as Angad, Lehna was a religious teacher and priest who performed services focussed on Durga. Bhai Lehna in his late 20s sought out Guru Nanak, became his disciple, displayed deep and loyal service to his Guru for about six to seven years in Kartarpur. Several stories in the Sikh tradition describe reasons why Bhai Lehna was chosen by Guru Nanak over his own sons as his successor. One of these stories is about a jug which fell into mud, Guru Nanak asked his sons to pick it up.
Guru Nanak's sons would not menial a task. He asked Bhai Lehna, who however picked it out of the mud, washed it clean, presented it to Guru Nanak full of water. Guru Nanak touched him and renamed him Angad and named him as his successor and the second Nanak on 13 June 1539. After the death of Guru Nanak on 22 September 1539, Guru Angad left Kartarpur for the village of Khadur Sahib; this move may have been suggested by Guru Nanak, as the succession to gurgaddi by Guru Angad was disputed and claimed by the two sons of Guru Nanak: Sri Chand and Lakhmi Das. Post succession, at one point few Sikhs accepted Guru Angad as their leader and while the sons of Guru Nanak claimed to be the successors. Guru Angad focussed on the teachings of Nanak, building the community through charitable works such as langar; the second Mughal Emperor of India Humayun visited Guru Angad at around 1540 after Humayun lost the Battle of Kannauj, thereby the Mughal throne to Sher Shah Suri. According to Sikh hagiographies, when Humayun arrived in Gurdwara Mal Akhara Sahib at Khadur Sahib Guru Angad was sitting and teaching children.
The failure to greet the Emperor angered Humayun. Humayun lashed out but the Guru reminded him that the time when you needed to fight when you lost your throne you ran away and did not fight and now you want to attack a person engaged in prayer. In the Sikh texts written more than a century after the event, Guru Angad is said to have blessed the emperor, reassured him that someday he will regain the throne. Before his death, Guru Angad, following the example set by Guru Nanak, nominated Guru Amar Das as his successor. Before he converted to Sikhism, Amar Das had been a religious Hindu, reputed to have gone on some twenty pilgrimages into the Himalayas, to Haridwar on river Ganges. About 1539, on one such Hindu pilgrimage, he met a Hindu monk who asked him why he did not have a guru and Amar Das decided to get one. On his return, he heard Bibi Amro, the daughter of the Guru Angad who had married into a Hindu family, singing a hymn by Guru Nanak. Amar Das learnt from her about Guru Angad, with her help met the second Guru of Sikhism in 1539, adopted Guru Angad as his spiritual Guru, much younger than his own age.
Amar Das displayed relentless service to Guru Angad. Sikh tradition states that he woke up in the early hours to fetch water for Guru Angad's bath and cooked for the volunteers with the Guru, as well devoted much time to meditation and prayers in the morning and evening. Guru Angad named Amar Das as his successor in 1552. Guru Angad died on 29 March 1552. Guru Angad is credited in the Sikh tradition with the Gurmukhi script, now the standard writing script for Punjabi language in India, in contrast to Punjabi language in Pakistan where now an Arabic script called Nastaliq is the standard; the original Sikh scriptures and most of the historic Sikh literature have been written in the Gurmukhi script. Guru Angad's script modified the pre-existing Indo-European scripts in northern parts of the Indian subcontinent; the script may have been developing before the time of Guru Angad, because there is evidence that at least one hymn was written in acrostic form by Guru Nanak, which state Cole and Sambhi gives proof that
Miley Ray Stewart is the fictional main character in the Disney Channel television series Hannah Montana, portrayed by Miley Cyrus. She first appeared on television in the pilot episode "Lilly, Do You Want to Know a Secret?" on March 24, 2006, made her final appearance on the series finale "Wherever I Go" on January 16, 2011. The character appeared in the 2009 feature film Hannah Montana: The Movie. Miley is a normal teenage girl who, as her alter ego Hannah Montana, secretly leads a double life as a world-famous pop star; the character was named Chloe Stewart but was changed to Miley Stewart. Cyrus learned about the casting for a new Disney show at the age of 11 through a Nashville talent agent, she sent in a tape auditioning for the show's best friend role, but received a call asking her to audition for the lead. After she sent in a tape and was flown to Hollywood for further auditions, Cyrus was told that she was too young and too small for the role. However, Cyrus' persistence and ability to sing in addition to act caused the show's producers to invite her back for further auditions.
Producers narrowed the large pool of candidates down to three actresses, including Cyrus and Taylor Momsen, gave the part to Cyrus twelve. According to Disney Channel president Gary Marsh, Cyrus was chosen because of her energetic and lively performance and was seen as a person who "loves every minute of life," with the "everyday relatability of Hilary Duff and the stage presence of Shania Twain."Cyrus' casting led to the casting of her real life father, Billy Ray Cyrus, as the father of her character on the show. Cyrus was wary. However, worried that her family would otherwise have to be separated as they had been when her father first landed the lead in the television series Doc, Cyrus relented and helped audition her father for the part. Miley was born on November 23, 1992, in the fictional town of Crowley Corners in Tennessee, in Buford County, Tennessee, her family consisted of her parents an older brother named Jackson. She has many relatives in her extended family including her grandmother Ruthie Stewart, Aunt Dolly, Uncle Earl and Aunt Pearl, a cousin named Luann.
The characterizations given to most of her family members poke fun at country bumpkin stereotypes. She had a pet pig named Luann and a pet hamster named Leslie, she has a horse named Blue Jeans, who came from Tennessee to Malibu to live with Miley and her family. Miley received a love for music from her father, a popular country music star, her parents recognized Miley's potential and gave her a guitar on December 25, 2000. This event is shown in the episode "Hear Me Croak" when Miley views it on her laptop. By the time she was 12 years old, Miley had become a famous pop star under the stage name "Hannah Montana." She goes to great lengths to disguise herself as Hannah in order to keep her true identity a secret, because she is worried that if people knew her secret they would like her just because she's famous. Before revealing her secret in I'll Always Remember You, it is mentioned by Jackson and Rico that the only people to know about her secret beside her family are Lilly and Oliver, her former bodyguard Roxy, her ex-boyfriend Jake, her current boyfriend Jesse and all of Crowley Corners, Tennessee.
However, in the episode "Hannah Montana to the Principal's Office" it is shown that the President of the United States knows her secret. Miley is close with her father, from whom she receives much good advice and emotional support, she values her relationships with her best friends Lilly and Oliver. However Miley is shown to be uncomfortable with the fact that they're dating and stops them from being a couple, her relationship with Lilly suffers the occasional setback, but they always make up. In the episode'What I Don't Like About You', Miley is asked to choose a side between a fight Lilly and Oliver had, but Miley, showing what a kind friend she was, made a mini-Indiana Joannie movie, which made Lilly and Oliver forgive each other. Miley's relationship with her brother Jackson is hostile; the two siblings fight and trash talk each other. However, in a few private conversations, both Miley and Jackson say that they love and appreciate each other, but they are both unwilling to admit this in public.
Miley has several dating relationships, many of which are short lived. Oliver Oken: Miley and Lilly's best male friend. "In I Honestly Love You", Miley believes that Oliver is in love with her when she overhears him say "I love you". However, after a talk with her dad she thinks that Oliver will move on and so will Lilly but when Lilly announces that she is in love with Oliver, Miley ends up telling her the truth. Lilly and Miley hatch a plan to get Oliver back but only to find out that he was practicing saying "I love you" so he could say it to Lilly, they both say that they love each other in the end of the episode.. However, Oliver did used to have romantic feelings towards Hannah Montana before he knew she was Miley. Miley, at first, didn't want to tell him who she was, just in case he had romantic feelings for her as Miley, but when she told him, he saw her as just a friend. Leslie "Jake" Ryan (p
Sierra Sky Park Airport is a owned, public-use airport located seven miles northwest of the central business district of Fresno, a city in Fresno County, United States. Other area airports are Fresno Yosemite International Airport. Sierra Sky Park was created in 1946 on 130 acres nestled against the San Joaquin River, is the first residential aviation community in the world. William and Doris Smilie are credited for creating this airport/neighborhood hybrid and in 1953 built the first of the 110 homes in the project. Residents can land, taxi down extra-wide avenues, pull up and park in the driveway at home. Sierra Sky Park Airport covers an area of 34 acres which contains one runway designated 12/30 with a 2,473 x 50 ft asphalt pavement. For the 12-month period ending March 29, 2007, the airport had 12,500 general aviation aircraft operations, an average of 34 per day. At that time there were 40 aircraft based at this airport: 98 percent single-engine and 2 percent multi-engine. On December 26, 2016, an Express S-90 crashed onto the shore of a lake, 250 meters off runway 12.
Both people on board were killed. Resources for this airport: FAA airport information for E79 AirNav airport information for E79 FlightAware airport information and live flight tracker SkyVector aeronautical chart for E79
Dirk Nicolaas Advocaat is a Dutch former football player and current head coach of Feyenoord. Advocaat was successful as a football player and as a coach, including three stints with the Netherlands national team, he has coached a number of clubs in the Netherlands and abroad, as well as the national teams of a number of countries, including South Korea and Russia. His nickname is "The Little General", a reference to his mentor Rinus Michels. Advocaat was a defensive midfielder during his playing days, his career began as an 18-year-old with Hague club ADO Den Haag, he made his professional debut with the club on 21 May 1967 in a 3–0 win against GVAV. He only featured for Den Haag once more that season, that summer, the San Francisco Golden Gate Gales franchise imported the Den Haag team, which included Advocaat, to play for six weeks in the United Soccer Association as part of an effort to make the sport more popular in the United States, it was the following season that Advocaat won his only honour as a player, the KNVB Cup, in 1968.
In the 1969–70 season, he became a regular in the side, making 29 appearances and scoring his first goal for the club. He made 33 appearances the season after that. From the 1971–72, the club merged with Holland Sport to become FC Den Haag; that season, his final one for Advocaat made a further 66 appearances and scored 6 goals. In total, he scored 7 goals for the club. From 1973, Advocaat's playing career continued for Roda JC until he moved to VVV-Venlo during the 1976–77 season. With Roda JC, Advocaat scored 2 goals; when the club was to be discontinued in 2009, Goal.com described him as their most famous player. In his first season with VVV-Venlo, Advocaat scored 2 goals in 20 appearances, he made 33 appearances in the 1977–78 season, scoring four goals, made a further 21 appearances in his final season at the club. In total, he scored 6 goals. In 1978, Advocaat made the move to the United States to play with the Chicago Sting in the North American Soccer League; that season, he made 24 appearances.
In 1979, he scored three more goals in 28 appearances and for the 1980 season, he scored one further goal from 29 appearances. During the break between the 1979 and 1980 NASL seasons, Advocaat returned to the Netherlands and made 11 appearances, scoring one goal, for his former club, FC Den Haag. Following the 1980 NASL season, Advocaat moved to Sparta Rotterdam to play the remainder of the 1980–81 season, he spent 18 months at the club, making 61 appearances. Following that, Advocaat played in the second division for K. Berchem Sport. However, he only made ten appearances there before moving back to the Eredivisie to join Utrecht, where he made 39 more appearances before the end of his playing career. In addition to playing football, Advocaat was a physical education teacher and became involved in coaching in 1981 when his older brother Jaap was offered a job running amateur Saturday football side Door Samenwerking Verkregen Pijnacker. Jaap recommended Dick for the job. Advocaat coached this side during the final four years of his playing career with Sparta Rotterdam and Utrecht.
In 1984, Advocaat was unexpectedly appointed as assistant to Netherlands national team head coach Rinus Michels. Advocaat became a protégé of Michels, whose sobriquet was "The General". In reference to this, Advocaat acquired the nickname "The Little General". In 1987, Advocaat became manager of his first professional club, HFC Haarlem, which he led for two years. Haarlem finished in ninth place in the 1987–88 season and tenth place in the 1988–89 season. Haarlem were eliminated in the second round of the KNVB Cup in both seasons. Advocaat moved to Schiedamse Voetbal Vereniging as manager. At SVV, alongside technical director Wim Jansen, Advocaat led the team to become Eerste Divisie champions in the 1989–90 season to win promotion to the 1990–91 Eredivisie, winning by 15 points. In 1991, SVV merged with neighbouring club Dordrecht'90, which failed to win promotion to the 1991 play-offs. SVV had finished 16th the previous season, but remained in the Eredivisie after winning their relegation play-off.
The two teams competed as SVV/Dordrecht'90 during the 1991–92 season, where they finished in 15th place. And became FC Dordrecht the following season, after Advocaat had left. Despite success at both clubs, Advocaat was criticised in his initial coaching years for playing defensive football. In 1990, Advocaat once more became an assistant to Michels, having his fourth spell as coach of the Dutch national team and looking to qualify for UEFA Euro 1992. At Euro 1992, it became apparent it would be Michels' last job, following the tournament, Advocaat took over as national coach. Advocaat lost his first two matches in charge, a friendly against Italy and a 1994 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Norway. During the qualifying campaign and Ruud Gullit fell out. Following this, Gullit retired from international football, but was expected to return with a change of administration in the summer. Advocaat qualified following a crucial win against qualification rivals England. Despite the result, Advocaat was scheduled to lose his job to Johan Cruyff for the 1994 World Cup.
However, talks between Cruyff and the Royal Dutch Football Association broke down at the last minute and Advocaat retained his position, causing G
Thiago Neves Augusto, known as Thiago Neves, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Grêmio as an attacking midfielder. He scored a hat-trick in the home leg of the Copa Libertadores final – Thiago Neves had by already scored once in the away leg — but ending up on the losing side, as Fluminense drew 5–5 on aggregate with LDU de Quito and were downed in the penalty shootout. Neves was one of the players. On 30 August 2008, it was announced that Thiago Neves joined Hamburger SV player and was seen as the ideal replacement for the outgoing Rafael van der Vaart. Fluminense received 30% of the profit of R$3,502 thousand and rest of them belonged to a third party owner, "D. I. S Esporte e Organização de Eventos LTDA", he joined Al-Hilal for € 7 million. Neves scored a hat-trick against the rival team Al-Ittihad. In 2012, he signed for Fluminense for the exact fee he was sold and at the end of that season he was crowd champion in Brazil for his new club. On July 2013 he was sold back to Al-Hilal for €6 million.
After four years in the Middle East, Neves returned to Brazil to play for Cruzeiro along his former teammate Rafael Sóbis. Using the number 30, Thiago Neves adapted back to Brazilian football and became a reference in Cruzeiro's midfield, he made his international debut in a friendly match against Sweden on 26 March 2008. That year, he was called up to be part of the Brazil U-23 team for the 2008 Summer Olympics, he scored two goals in the second match of the group stage over New Zealand national under-23 football team in a 3–0 win. Brazil finished third, he was placed in the preliminary squad list for the 2011 Copa América by Mano Menezes, but missed out on a place in the final list for the tournament. He was called for the 2011 and 2012 editions of the Superclásico de las Américas; as of 10 December 2019. As of 15 November 2012. FluminenseCopa do Brasil: 2007 Taça Guanabara: 2012 Campeonato Carioca: 2012 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A: 2012Al-HilalSaudi Premier League: 2009, 2010 Crown Prince Cup: 2010 Kings Cup: 2015FlamengoTaça Guanabara: 2011 Taça Rio: 2011 Campeonato Carioca: 2011CruzeiroCopa do Brasil: 2017, 2018 Campeonato Mineiro: 2018, 2019 Brazil2008 Summer Olympics: Bronze medal winner Superclásico de las Américas: 2012 Bola de Prata: 2007, 2017 Bola de Ouro: 2007 Best Player of Campeonato Paranaense Under-20: 2004 Saudi Professional League Player of the Round: Round 11 2011 Campeonato Carioca Best Attacking Midfielder 2011 Campeonato Carioca Best Player 2011 Campeonato Carioca Best Player Campeonato Brasileiro Team of the year: 2017 Thiago Neves at National-Football-Teams.com Thiago Neves at kicker.de Football Lineups Profile Thiago Neves at Soccerway Thiago Neves at J.