In communications and computing a machine-readable medium, or computer-readable medium, is a medium capable of storing data in a format readable by a mechanical device. Examples of machine-readable media include magnetic media such as magnetic disks, cards and drums, punched cards and paper tapes, optical discs and magnetic ink characters. Common machine-readable technologies include magnetic recording, processing waveforms, barcodes. Optical character recognition can be used to enable machines to read information available to humans. Any information retrievable by any form of energy can be machine-readable. Examples include: Acoustics Chemical Photochemical Electrical Semiconductor used in volatile RAM microchips Floating-gate transistor used in non-volatile memory cards Radio transmission Magnetic storage Mechanical Tins And Swins Punched card Paper tape Music roll Music box cylinder or disk Grooves Phonograph cylinder Gramophone record DictaBelt Capacitance Electronic Disc Optics Optical storage Thermodynamic MARC standards Machine-readable passport Paper data storage Machine-readable data Machine-Readable Documents Symmetric Phase Recording This article incorporates public domain material from the General Services Administration document "Federal Standard 1037C"
Ekaterina Aleksandrovna Koroleva was a Russian handball player who played for Stavropol SKFU. Koroleva was born in Krymsk, she was playing with her team Stavropol in the highest Russian women's league. She was a member of Russian junior national teams. In 2017 she won at the U-19 European Championships in Slovenia the Silver medal after losing the finale against France; the Russian team has lost the medal due to a positive doping test by three team members of Koroleva. One year she came 4th at the 2018 Women's Junior World Handball Championship. Koroleva was not only playing Indoor handball, but Beach handball, she was member of Russia women's national beach handball team and participated at the 2019 European Beach Handball Championship in Stare Jabłonki, Poland. With the Russian team she ranked in 9th place. On the closing day she died in a swimming accident
Anil Kumar is an Indian celebrity chef was taken to Rourkela in Orissa state when he was six months of age and grew up with his parents in Rourkela Steel City, where his father was employed in the Steel Plant. He has hosted over a thousand episodes of reality cookery shows on TV. Chef Anil creates sustainable Food & Beverage concepts for the F&B retail sector with his company Food Wise. Anil Kumar studied in the Ispat Shiksha Sadan School, Sector 14 till Matriculation and went to Ispat College, Sector 16 for his Intermediate in Commerce, he joined the Rourkela Municipal College for B. Com studied two years, but could not complete his graduation course as he got admitted to the Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology & Applied Nutrition at Bhubaneswar, Orissa for the three-year Diploma In Hotel Management course; as a Chef Anil Kumar began his culinary journey. He completed the Diploma in 1988 and through campus recruitment got placed as H. O. T with Taj Group of Hotels in Taj Coramandel Hotel, Chennai.
Chef Anil has spent more than two decades in International Culinary Practices. He has travelled extensively across the globe that has helped him garner many International awards and in-depth knowledge of various Cuisines/ styles. Chef Anil worked as a Corporate Chef with leading Hotel/ organisation, his sheer curiosity, creativity and passion have led him to be today's celebrity chef, a Senior Member of the Emirates Culinary Guild. Anil had the opportunity to be the Head Chef for the Indian Prime Minister’s VVIP charters to various countries, he has cooked/ served for many famous personalities & celebrities, such as Paris Hilton, Eddie Murphy, Amitabh Bachan, Kamal Haasan and so. A complete people’s person, he has hosted over 1000 episodes of reality cookery shows on TV and has been the official ‘Food Critic’ for Sony TV show ‘Eating Out- Dubai’. Till date, Chef Anil creates sustainable Food & Beverage concepts for the retail sector with his company Food Wise. Anil creates successful thematic restaurant concepts for entrepreneurs under the banner of FOOD WISE, few concepts done by him are namely Peppermill-Colonial Indian, Memsaab-Curry & Tandoor, Mamatani –Emirati Café, Fuego-contemporary Mexican, Dalchini-Indian, Mitts & Trays-City walk, Spice Bowl-Asian-Dubai Mall, Food Circle-Oberon Mall, Just Biryani –JBR, Benittos-Italian-Bangalore, Rue 71-Teahouse & Patisserie, Sarj-Equestrian Resto-Café, Jumeirah Beach etc.
Chef Anil Kumar married Reshmi Anilkumar in the year 2002. She is the Managing Director of their company Food Wise. Reshmi has produced his show Kitchen Killadi on Media One Gulf and handles the PR /Liaison for the latest International food travelogue show TASTY TRAVELS on Flowers TV. Anil Kumar lives with his family in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Effected is the second studio album by American rapper Cozz. It was released on February 13, 2018, by Dreamville Records, Interscope Records and Tha Committee Records; the album features guest appearances from J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar and Garren; the album features production from a variety of record producers, including J. Cole, Cardiak, Ron Gilmore and Tae Beast, among others. Effected debuted at number 18 on the US Top Heatseekers chart and received positive reviews from critics. On January 5, 2018, Cozz released the lead single "Questions", accompanied by a music video on January 8. Cozz released three more songs prior to the album, "Badu" featuring Currensy on January 19, "Ignorant Confidence" on January 26, "Bout It" featuring Garren on February 5. Cozz revealed the album's release date and tracklist on February 5, 2018. Ahead of the album's release, Cozz released a 10-minute documentary titled, Cozz: Effected on February 12, 2018. A video for "Demons N Distractions" was released on March 1, 2018.
On March 22, 2018, Cozz released the music video for "Bout It" featuring Garren. On April 4, 2018, Cozz announced The Effected Tour to further promote the album. Upon its release, Effected received positive reviews by music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 76, based on four reviews, which indicates "generally positive reviews". In a positive review for HipHopDX, Marcus Blackwell said: "Genre inconsistencies aside, Effected is a clear statement Cozz doesn’t just want to be the conversation with the best rappers, he wants to steer the debates." Writing for Exclaim!, Lidia Abraha commented saying, "Effected deserves props for its altruistic insight on the ups-and-downs of being an artist, for Cozz's nuanced storytelling. There's room for improvement for the melodies and beats though the subtle instrumentals help amplify Cozz's voice and his champion storytelling." In Pitchfork's review of Effected, Jackson Howard writes Effected "is a confident step toward turning what used to be fantasy into cold, hard reality."Respect.
Praised the album saying: "From beginning to end, Cozz expresses different relatable situations throughout manhood. Rather than speaking on matters of the heart, Cozz’ blunt attitude and straight forward sense of thinking gives off the perception of a player. Being one of the main artists on Dreamville‘s forefront, Cozz is sure to fill in the necessary gaps to land his solidified spot in the game." 2DOPEBOYZ called Cozz a "very talented rapper, destined for a good spot in the rap game." They continued saying, "Adding more versatility into his formula for ultimate success could help gain the respect he strives to attain." XXL magazine praised Cozz' growth as a songwriter, they commented saying, "There's no denying that Cozz can rap his ass off—that much was confirmed after one play-through of his 2014 debut. Effected, confirms that Cozz has more in him than just straight bars, he continues to tell his own story but through new flows, different hooks and an advanced way of making rap songs." Credits adapted from Tidal.
Notes ^ signifies a co-producer ^ signifies an additional producer ^ signifies an uncredited co-producerSample credits "Hustla's Story" contains a sample from "Happy Feelings" performed by Maze, written by Frankie Beverly. "Demons N Distractions" contains a sample from "Simple Life" performed by Peter Milray. "Freaky 45" contains a sample from "Love On A Rainy Afternoon" performed by Arif Mardin. "Proof" contains a sample from "Untitled" from the Private US Library 1976. "Badu" contains a sample from "Soft Shell" written by Steve Kennedy and William Smith and performed by Motherlode. "My Love" contains a sample from "Main Title" performed by Elmer Bernstein. "That's The Thing" contains a sample from "Fallin' In Love", written by Ann Hamilton and Dan Hamilton, as performed by Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds. "Zendaya" contains elements from "Abre Alas" performed by Ivan Lins. "Not a Minute More" contains a sample from "Lines", written by Sam Evans, Roxane Barker, Jacob Welsh, David Turay, Matt Knox and Geordan Reid-Campbell, as performed by The Hics.
Credits adapted from Tidal
Juan Antonio "Juanan" Entrena Gálvez is a Spanish footballer who plays as a left winger for Melilla. Born in Huétor-Tájar, Andalusia, Entrena joined FC Barcelona's La Masia in 2011, after spells at Sevilla FC and Granada CF. In July 2013, he moved to RCD Espanyol. Entrena was promoted to the reserves ahead of the 2015–16 season, made his senior debut on 5 September 2015 by starting in a 3–2 Segunda División B home win against FC Barcelona B, he scored his first senior goal the following 3 January, netting the equalizer in a 2–2 draw at Villarreal CF B. On 11 August 2016 Entrena moved to another reserve team, Granada CF B in the third level, he made his first team debut on 30 November, coming on as a late substitute for Javi Márquez in a 1–0 home win against CA Osasuna, for the season's Copa del Rey. Entrena made his La Liga debut on 6 May 2017, replacing fellow youth graduate Aly Mallé in a 0–4 home loss against Real Madrid. On 6 July, he cut ties with the club. On 7 July, he joined Deportivo Alavés as a free agent, being loaned to Croatian First Football League club NK Rudeš for one year.
Colm Sheehan was an Irish hurler. He played for club side Éire Óg, divisional side Muskerry and was the full-forward on the Cork senior hurling team that won the 1966 All-Ireland Championship. Sheehan's club career with Éire Óg spanned three decades. During that time he won Cork Junior Championship medals in 1962 and 1977, while he played for divisional side Muskerry. Sheehan made his first appearance for the Cork senior hurling team during the 1965 Munster Championship, having earlier played for the county in the minor and intermediate grades. In 1966 he scored a hat-trick of goals in the final when Cork won their first All-Ireland Championship in 12 years, having earlier won the Munster Championship. Sheehan ended his inter-county career with the Cork intermediate team in 1968, his grandnephew, Ciarán Sheehan, is an All-Ireland medal-winner with Cork senior football team. Sheehan enjoyed much success. In 1960 he was out of the minor ranks when he captured a Mid-Cork junior championship title following an eight-point drubbing of Ballincollig.
It was the first of three divisional titles in-a-row for Sheehan and Éire Óg as Cloughduv and Ballincollig were subsequently defeated in the finals of 1961 and 1962. The latter win saw. East Cork champions Carrigtwohill were the opponents, however, Éire Óg triumphed on a score line of 3-4 to 2-4; this victory allowed Éire Óg to move into the county intermediate championship. In their first year in the new grade Sheehan's side captured the county intermediate league title. Two years in 1965 Éire Óg reached the final of the intermediate championship. Cork kingpins Glen Rovers were an exciting hour of hurling developed. At the long whistle Sheehan ended up on the losing side. Sheehan first played for Cork as a member of the minor hurling team on 18 May 1958, he scored 1-1 on his debut in a 2-15 to 3-7 Munster quarter-final defeat by Clare. Sheehan's two seasons as a member of the minor team ended without success. In 1963 Sheehan was back playing inter-county with Cork, this time as a member of the intermediate team.
He won a Munster medal the following year after scoring 1-1 in Cork's 4-14 to 1-10 defeat of Galway. On 16 August 1964 Cork faced Wexford in the All-Ireland decider. A low-scoring 2-8 to 1-5 defeat was Sheehan's lot on that occasions. Sheehan made his senior championship debut for Cork on 4 July 1965 in a 2-6 apiece Munster semi-final draw with Waterford; the following year Sheehan was a regular member of the starting fifteen. A 4-9 to 2-9 defeat of Waterford in the provincial decider gave him a Munster medal; the subsequent All-Ireland final on 4 September 1966 pitted Kilkenny against Cork for the first time in nineteen years. Kilkenny were the favourites, however, a hat-trick of goals from Sheehan gave Cork a merited 3-9 to 1-10 victory over an Eddie Keher-inspired Kilkenny. Not only was it a first championship for Cork in twelve years, but it gave Sheehan an All-Ireland medal. Sheehan played no part in Cork's unsuccessful championship campaign in 1967 but was restored to full-forward the following year as Cork faced a 2-13 to 1-7 Munster final trouncing by Tipperary.
This defeat brought the curtain down on Sheehan's inter-county career. He has now settled down with his wife Kitty Sheehan and their seven kids all have kids of their own giving him twenty six amazing grandchildren many of whom play GAA for Éire Óg and some who play for underage Cork teams. Éire ÓgCork Junior Hurling Championship: 1962, 1977 Mid Cork Junior A Hurling Championship: 1960, 1961, 1962, 1971, 1972, 1977CorkAll-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship: 1966 Munster Senior Hurling Championship: 1966