Love Hina is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Ken Akamatsu. It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine from October 21, 1998 to October 31, 2001, with the chapters collected into 14 tankōbon volumes by Kodansha; the series tells the story of Keitarō Urashima and his attempts to find the girl with whom he made a childhood promise to enter the University of Tokyo. The manga was licensed for an English-language release in North America and the United Kingdom by Tokyopop, in Australia by Madman Entertainment, in Singapore by Chuang Yi. Two novelizations of Love Hina, written by two anime series screenwriters, were released in Japan by Kodansha. Both novels were released in North America and the United Kingdom by Tokyopop. A twenty-four episode anime adaptation of the manga series, produced by Xebec, aired in Japan from April 19, 2000, to September 27, 2000, it was followed by a bonus DVD episode and Spring television specials, a three episode original video animation entitled Love Hina Again.
The anime series, OVA were licensed for release in North America by Bandai Entertainment. In July 2007, the license was acquired by Funimation, who released a boxset of the television series in February 2009; the series is licensed in Australia by Madman Entertainment and in the United Kingdom by MVM Films. The series has proved popular around the world, both commercially and critically. In Japan, the manga sold over 16 million copies; the English release of the manga has been reprinted many times. Both anime and manga have received numerous industry awards in Japan and North America, as well as praise from critics; the story is a shōnen comedy that takes place in the Kanagawa Prefecture, centers on Keitarō Urashima and his attempts to fulfill a childhood promise that he made with a girl to enter the University of Tokyo together. However, he has forgotten the name of the girl he made the promise to and hopes to be accepted into the university in order to find her. Having failed the entrance exam twice and with his parents no longer willing to support him, he goes to stay at his grandmother's hotel, only to find that it has been converted into a female-only apartment.
The tenants are about to kick him out when his aunt appears and announces that his grandmother has given him the title to the apartments. Much to their dismay Keitarō becomes the new manager of the family-owned girls' dorm Hinata House and must now balance his new responsibilities in addition to studying for the university entrance exam. At Hinata House, Keitarō meets Naru Narusegawa, studying to enter the university. Naru ranks first in the whole of Japan on the practice exams, Keitarō convinces her to help him study; as the two of them grow closer through their studies, after Keitarō accidentally reads a small section of Naru's diary, he becomes convinced that Naru may be the girl with whom he made the promise. On the second day of the university exam, Keitarō asks Naru about the promise and is stunned when she tells him he is mistaken. Despite their studying, Naru's mock exam results, they both fail the exams; the pair have an argument and independently run off to Kyoto to clear their heads.
While on their trip they settle their differences and meet Mutsumi Otohime, who lives in Okinawa and is studying for the university exams. After returning from Kyoto, Keitarō and Naru decide to retake the exams. After a while, Mutsumi moves to Tokyo, the three begin to study together. During this period, Naru becomes convinced that Mutsumi is Keitarō's promised girl, but Mutsumi states that she made a childhood promise with Naru, not Keitarō. During the next round of university exams, Keitarō believes he has failed them once again and runs away before finding out his results. After learning of this, Naru chases after him without checking her exam results either, they are followed by the rest of the residents of Hinata House who announce that Keitarō and Naru both passed the exams along with Mutsumi. For him, Keitarō has an accident at the University of Tokyo opening ceremony and is unable to attend classes for three months. After recovering from his injuries, Keitarō decides to study overseas with Noriyasu Seta.
As Keitarō is about to leave, Naru confesses her feelings to him at the airport and decides to wait for him to return. When Keitarō returns, he and Naru begin to express their feelings for each other. After they deal with new obstacles, Grandma Hina returns to Hinata House and reveals Naru is the girl of Keitarō's promise. Three years a wedding ceremony is held at Hinata House for Naru and Keitarō as they fulfill their childhood promise to each other. Initial sketches for the series were created between September and December 1997, after the completion of A. I. Love You. Early storyboards with initial character designs were created between December 1997 and January 1998, further character designs and location sketches followed between January and April 1998; the last storyboards before serialization were created between April and August 1998. Around six months before the start of serialization, character designs were still going through several revisions before being settled upon. Several characters underwent complete redesigns and name changes.
At one stage the character Naru was named Midori, she was supposed to fall through a hole in the floor naked, bump her head on Keitaro and lose her memory. Naru's name was changed many times before the author settled on Naru Narusegawa, her final design is similar to Saati Namba from A. I. Love You. Mitsune "Kitsune" Konno's money-grubbing nature and her older and more mature persona
Motor Bicycle is a 2016 Sri Lankan romantic action drama film written and directed by Shameera Rangana Naotunna as his maiden cinematic direction. Film produced by Suranga Jayasuriya for Imagery Roy Brothers. Film starring Dasun Pathirana, Samanalee Fonseka in lead roles along with Veena Jayakody, Mahendra Perera and Kumara Thirimadura in supportive role, it is set in modern-day urban Colombo and focuses on a boy dreams to ride a motor bicycle with his love. It is the 1256th Sri Lankan film in the Sinhala cinema. In 2015, the film won the Best Direction award at 2015 SAARC Film Festival. Rangana is a 26 years old boy, his first ambition is to become a singer. Second ambition is to buy a motor bicycle, he lives with his mother. Mother is doing a small business to carry out their lives. Rangana plays a guitar in a club, he dreams to ride a motor bicycle with his girlfriend. His music is a headache to the neighbors. With all these problems, he continued his musical practice, he forces her to sell her golden necklace to buy a motor bicycle for him.
Mother accept the request son without any happy but for the happy of her son. He buys a fake motor bicycle without thinking about his future. Dasun Pathirana as Rangana Samanalee Fonseka as Tania Veena Jayakody as Rangana's mother Mahendra Perera as Manju Kumara Thirimadura as Three wheel driver Kalana Gunasekara as Jimma Nethalie Nanayakkara as Patta's mother Dimuthu Chinthaka as Police officer Chamara Priyadarshana as Chamara Chamal Ranasinghe as Sudda Shalitha Gunawardena as Shalitha Chandana Weerasinghe as Oscar Lasantha Udukumbura as Mayya The film received praise from critics for the performance of film cast. Cinematographer and music composer of the film is well praised for their contribution; some critics opined. The soundtrack of the film is composed by Ajith Kumarasiri, with lyrics written by Shameera Rangana Naotunna, Upul Shantha Sannasgala and Ajith Kumarasiri
Rockport-Fulton High School is a public high school in Rockport, United States, located on the Texas Gulf Coast. It is the only high school in the Aransas County Independent School District and classified as a 4A school by the UIL. In 2013, the school was rated "Met Standard" by the Texas Education Agency. Parts of the school collapsed in August 2017 due to Hurricane Harvey, its new gymnasium, built for $1 million donated by Ellen DeGeneres and Lowe's Home Improvement, has a prospective capacity of 1,000 and is scheduled to open in September 2019. The Rockport-Fulton Pirates compete in the following sports Dat Nguyen – Former NFL player for the Dallas Cowboys Daniel Rakowitz – A 1980 graduate of Rockport-Fulton High School who went on to become nicknamed the "Butcher of Tompkins Square" Guy Clark - American country and folk singer, songwriter, recording artist, performer. Alex Bardin - Part of the graduating class of 2014 he pilots the El Oso Loco monster truck for the MonsterTruckWars tour.
He is the 2018 rookie of the year, 2019 points champion. Aransas County ISD
The Shizuoka University of Art and Culture is a university in Hamamatsu, in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. Its mission is to foster the exchange of ideas between the fields of cultural studies and design by having the two combined at one small institution, it is one of Japan's newest universities, established in December 1999 and enrolling its first class in April 2000. SUAC hosted NIME-04, the 4th International Conference on New interfaces for musical expression in June, 2004; the conference featured public invited lectures by synthesizer pioneer Bob Moog and media artist Toshio Iwai. The university has two faculties, the Faculty of Cultural Policy and Management and the Faculty of Design. Within the Faculty of Cultural Policy and Management there are departments of International Culture, Regional Cultural Policy and Management, Art Management. Within the Faculty of Design there are departments of Industrial Design and Science, Space and Architecture; the campus's architecture is somewhat unusual, dominated by large undulating rooftops, one of, topped with a roof garden.
The university has reciprocal relationships with Hoseo University in South Korea, the Shanghai University of Engineering Sciences in China, the University of Wales in Wales, the University of Findlay in the United States. Official site NIME-04
"Dindi" is a song composed by Antônio Carlos Jobim, with lyrics by Aloysio de Oliveira. It is a world-famous bossa nova standard. Jobim wrote this piece for the Brazilian singer Sylvia Telles. "Dindi" is a reference to a farm named "Dirindi", in Brazil, a place that Jobim and his friend/collaborator Vinicius de Moraes used to visit. In December 1966, just a short while after Telles had recorded this piece with the guitarist Rosinha de Valença, she was killed in a road accident in Rio de Janeiro. Céu, tão grande é o céu E bandos de nuvens que passam ligeiras Prá onde elas vão, ah, eu não sei, não sei. English lyrics were added by Ray Gilbert: "Sky so vast is the sky / with faraway clouds just wandering by / Where do they go / oh I don't know." Sylvia Telles - Amor de Gente Moça, Amor em Hi-Fi Sylvia Telles, Edu Lobo, Trio Tamba, Quinteto Villa-Lobos - Reencontro Astrud Gilberto - The Astrud Gilberto Album, Jazz Masters 9 Frank Sinatra and Antonio Carlos Jobim - Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim Elza Soares - Un Show de Elza Joe Pass - A Sign of the Times Charlie Byrd - Brazilian Byrd Baden Powell - Poema on Guitar Blossom Dearie - Soon It's Gonna Rain Claudine Longet - Love is Blue Quarteto em Cy - Revolucion con Brasilia Ronnie Von - A Misteriosa Luta do Reino de Parassempre Contra o Império de Nuncamais Wayne Shorter - Super Nova Victor Assis Brasil - Toca Antonio Carlos Jobim' Willie Bobo - Do What You Want to Do...
Hell of an Act to Follow Flora Purim - Butterfly Dreams Eric Gale - Forecast Jon Lucien - Song for My Lady Norman Connors with Jean Carn - Saturday Night Special Sarah Vaughan - Copacabana The Singers Unlimited - The Singers Unlimited with Rob McConnell and the Boss Brass Antonio Carlos Jobim - Terra Brasilis Ella Fitzgerald - Ella Abraça Jobim Shirley Horn - Softly Eliane Elias - Eliane Elias Plays Jobim Kate Ceberano - Like Now Karrin Allyson - Sweet Home Cookin' Lee Konitz & The Brazilian Band - Brazilian Serenade Lee Ritenour - A Twist of Jobim and World of Brazil, sung by El DeBarge Bonnie & Francois - Summertime Bola Sete – Ocean Memories Jane Monheit - Never Never Land David Liebman - The Unknown Jobim Ivan Lins - Jobiniando Rebecca Martin - Middlehope Carmen McRae - At Ratso's, Vol 1 Live Meja - Mellow Gary Husband - Aspire Johnny Mathis - Isn't It Romantic Pedro Aznar - Aznar Canta Brasil- Disco 2 Dindi Diane Hubka - I Like it Here - Live in Tokyo Daniel Matto - I'm Old Fashioned Mina - Stessa spiaggia, stesso mare, L'allieva Mike Catalano featuring Ivan Lins - A Manhattan Affair Magos Herrera - Distancia Sitti Navarro - Contagious Yeahwon Shin - Yeahwon Lauren Henderson - Lauren Henderson Karen Souza - Hotel Souza List of bossa nova standards
Antoine-Labelle is a regional county municipality located in the Laurentides region of Quebec, Canada. Its seat is Mont-Laurier, it is named for Antoine Labelle. There are 28 subdivisions within the RCM: Cities & Towns Mont-Laurier Rivière-RougeMunicipalities Villages Lac-SaguayUnorganized Territory Highways and numbered routes that run through the municipality, including external routes that start or finish at the county border: Rivière-Rouge/Mont-Tremblant International Airport Aéroport de Mont-Laurier Hydrobase Ste-Véronique Mont-Tremblant National ParkInformation Centers/ Camp Areas: Papineau-Labelle Wildlife ReserveInformation Centers/ Camp Areas: Rouge-Matawin Wildlife ReserveInformation Centers/ Camp Areas: Zones d'exploitation contrôlée: Armand-Lachaine Covered Bridge Exposition de Mont-Laurier Centre Ferme-Rouge Covered Bridge La Gare Centre of Exposition Macaza Covered Bridge Mont-Laurier Airport P'tit-train du Nord trail List of regional county municipalities and equivalent territories in Quebec Rouge-Matawin Wildlife Reserve Mont-Tremblant National Park Rouge River MRC d'Antoine-Labelle