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Citro├źn C1

The Citroën C1 is a city car produced by the French manufacturer Citroën since June 2005. The C1 was developed as part of the B-Zero project by PSA Peugeot Citroën, in a joint venture with Toyota; the Peugeot 107 is identical to the C1, other than the front bumper and front and rear lights, while the Toyota Aygo is more differentiated, but still similar like its Asian made facelifted Yaris hatchback and sedan and facelifted third generation Vios. All of them are built at the new facilities of the TPCA joint venture in the city of Kolín, Czech Republic; the project was presented for the first time at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show. The cars are three door or five door hatchbacks measuring 3.40 metres in length. The body was designed by Donato Coco. On both the five door C1 and 107, though not the Aygo, the rear tail light cluster extends from the edge of the rear doors to the rear window, without a visually expressed "C-pillar"; the C1 is powered by a 1.0 L three cylinder engine. A 1.4 L four cylinder HDI diesel engine which has a fuel economy of 68.9 mpg is available.

According to the German magazine Der Spiegel, the C1 is the production car with the second-best fuel economy both among petrol engines and among diesel engines. In January 2010, PSA Peugeot Citroën announced that it was recalling "under 100,000 units" of the C1 and the Peugeot 107, following the worldwide recall by Toyota for a faulty sticking accelerator pedal – which the Aygo is affected by. Under certain circumstances, the pedal can stick in a depressed position, or return to the off position; the Vibe, available in five-door, this was the basic model and the cheapest. Did not come with central locking, a rev counter or electric windows. Only available with the 1.0i engine. The Rhythm, available in three-door or five-door, this trim added remote central locking, colour-coded wing mirrors, two side airbags and an engine rev counter; the 1.4 HDi diesel and the 1.0i petrol engines were both available with this trim. The Code, available in three-door or five-door and with the 1.4 HDi engine, added to the Rhythm specification by including 14 inch alloy wheels, half leather-trimmed seats, chrome interior trim inserts and a glove box cover.

Special editions The Cool – based on the Vibe, adding Air Conditioning and blue seat fabrics/dashboard inserts, available in Lipizan White or Damas Blue. The Airplay – based on the Rhythm, adding full iPod connectivity, iPod cradle, a 4 GB iPod Nano and coloured dashboard inserts and door pulls. Early models were available with swirling decals; this model was revealed at the 2006 British International Motor Show in July 2006. Designer Franco Sbarro created an extreme C1, called the C1 GT, a design concept that follows the same theme of his previous Xsara Picasso Concept; the extreme bodywork feature wide wheels and gullwing doors, alongside a modified 1.6L 125 PS engine from the C2VTR and C4 WRC rallycar brakes. It is said to have reached over 130 mph. In Portugal, a commercial van version called the Entreprise is offered, equipped with the 1.4L diesel engine and available only in the three-door body, for urban use. Its 107 sibling offers an identical version. In the United Kingdom, the Electric Car Corporation has been selling an electric car based on the C1, called the Citroën C1 ev'ie since 30 April 2009.

Its list price on that date was £16,850, "double the cost of the petrol version". In January 2009, the Citroën C1 was facelifted at the same time as the Peugeot Toyota Aygo; the new C1 features a new front bumper incorporating a new grille, in keeping with Citroën's family look. Trim levels were refreshed – basic Vibe models became'VT', Rhythm became'VTR'. Seat fabrics and ventilation controls were changed, all models received colour-coded front bumpers and new wheel trims. A special edition "Splash" was available at launch, though this was a limited edition; this was based on the basic "VT". However, it featured CD player, electric front windows; the Splash model was available in Lipizan White. Electra Blue came with white door mirrors, whilst the Lipizan White came with glossy black door mirrors. Engines remained the same, but tweaks mean the 1.0 petrol now emits just 106 g/km of CO2 and able to achieve 72 mpg‑imp fuel consumption. The 1.4 HDi diesel engine remains again only available in the higher specification.

Three new colours were added to the line-up. Citroën made a further facelift in March 2012. Changes included. VTR + became the entry level. Breakdown statistics reported by the German Automobile Club in May 2010 placed the Citroën C1 at the top of the sub small car class, in respect of the low breakdown rates achieved for cars aged between one and four years. Class laggards were the Smart Fortwo; the Euro NCAP score was reduced from 4 stars to 3 stars for the facelift of 2012. At the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, Citroën revealed the new look redesigned version of the C1, built at a

Richard Dalton (canoeist)

Richard Dalton is an Irish-born, Canadian sprint canoeist. He has won three bronze medals at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships, he won a C-2 silver medal at the 2000 world marathon championships in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. The distance at a marathon event varies between 36 and 40 km. Dalton competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, earning sixth place in both the C-1 500 m and C-1 1000 m events. ICF medalists for Olympic and World Championships – Part 1: flatwater: 1936–2007 at the Wayback Machine. Additional archives: Wayback Machine. ICF medalists for Olympic and World Championships – Part 2: rest of flatwater and remaining canoeing disciplines: 1936–2007 at WebCite profile

Headley, Surrey

Headley is a village and civil parish in the North Downs in Surrey, England. The nearest settlements are, to the west and Leatherhead, it is just outside the M25 motorway encircling London. The Romans had an influence nearby, with the Roman Road to Noviomagus Reginorum, called by the Saxons Stane Street, some 2 km from the village, a considerable Roman presence in the neighbouring village of Walton-on-the-Hill with its scheduled ancient monument villa and other finds. Headley's land lay in the Saxons' Copthorne Hundred; as Saxon records are scant and the church and population were smaller, no church in Headley was known during this period. Next to the present 19th-century church is a grotto, constructed using materials from the earlier 15th-century church and placed over the grave of the Revd Ferdinand Faithful. Headley appears in Domesday Book of 1086 as the manor of Hallega, it was held by Radulfus de Felgeres. Its domesday assets were: 2 hides, it rendered £5 per year to its overlords. The survey records that the manor was held before the conquest by Countess Goda and it had been granted to her by King Edward the Confessor.

Hallea means a clearing in the heather, appropriate considering the village's position on a large patch of acidic topsoil of the alkaline North Downs. The church, dedicated to St Mary and designed by Anthony Salvin, was built in 1855, with an added tower of 1859 by G. E. Street, it is built from local flint rubble and is listed Grade II. Walter Cunliffe 1st Baron Cunliffe and the Governor of the Bank of England, was given the original farmhouse estate the main manor, its remaining 300 acres, Headley Court, in 1880 by his father on the condition that he would make a career in banking rather than become a farmer, he redeveloped it in 1898. The family fortune had been made by Walter's grandfather, James Cunliffe, with his development of the North Eastern Railway. There has been little new housing in the village in the late 20th century and early 21st centuries as it is part of the London Green Belt and the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; the steep and quick-draining land is covered by woods.

A large minority of field land in the village is used for grazing for the many riding establishments in the area. A large section known as Headley Heath is managed by National Trust, other nearby areas are controlled by Surrey Wildlife Trust and other nature reserves; the heath is part of the Mole Gap to Reigate Escarpment Site of Special Scientific Interest. Most of the population work outside the village: care and rehabilitation work, extension work, equestrian work and agriculture being the main categories of work within the village. There is a military hospital at Headley Court in the parish, once the manor house, the main building being a reconstruction that took place in 1899, its playing fields can be used for helicopters. This unit closed in September 2018 and the site was bought for redevelopment in May 2019 by Angle Property; the village has an active church, village hall and pub. County-supported schools are in Leatherhead, Ashtead and Dorking; some children attend private schools. Headley is known for its large heath lands, which are owned by the National Trust, leading out towards Box Hill.

The Heath was used by Canadian troops during World War II as combat training grounds. A two-hourly bus service between Crawley and Epsom connects Headley to Box Hill and Leatherhead. A service was provided by Surrey County Council for local children of 5–11 years of age, to the primary schools terminated on 1 September 2006. A bus service is provided by St. Andrew's Catholic School, Leatherhead for its pupils; the nearest station by road is Betchworth. The village has a Parish Council and its hall hosts clubs including: a computer club, cricket club, gardening club and other activities; the Cock Inn for a few years the Cock Horse, is the only public house in the village. There is the RAF Headley Club, open only to servicemen and women, plus their families of Headley Court; the Headley Cricket Club was founded in 1893, now incorporating the Old Freemen's side from nearby City of London Freemen's School. The team play on the ground opposite the main Heath car park, to the south of the village centre and have played in the Surrey Downs League since 2002 on Saturdays and have a Sunday team.

Tyrrells Wood Golf Club is a large private golf course and grounds to the west of the village and within the bounds of the parish. Headley was on the London-Surrey Cycle Classic over the opening weekend of the 2012 London Olympic Games as part of the Box Hill loop, covered nine times in the men's event and twice in the women's. With long distance routes in various directions, the roads in and around Headley have become popular for leisure cycling; the average level of accommodation in the region composed of detached houses was 28%, the average, apartments was 22.6%. The proportion of households in the civil parish who owned their home outright compares to the regional average of 35.1%. The proportion who owned their home with a loan compares to the regional average of 32.5%. The remaining % is made up of rented dwellings. Headley is served by these emergency services: Surrey Police. Everything is handled from Dorking Police Station. South East Coast Ambulance Service a

Kurt Weiland

Kurt Weiland is a native of Austria and an executive in the Church of Scientology International. He is director of external affairs for the Church of Scientology's Office of Special Affairs, Scientology's vice president of communications, he is a member of the organization's board of directors, handles government and public affairs for Scientology. He has represented Scientology to the press as a media spokesman. Weiland works out of the Church of Scientology's offices in California. In 1984 Weiland was a member of the Church of Scientology's Religious Technology Center, performed work for the organization in Santa Barbara, California. Weiland was executive director of Scientology's Office of Special Affairs in 1994, was responsible for its international legal affairs and public relations. In December 1994 he prevented Richard Leiby, a reporter for The Washington Post, from attending a luncheon at the National Press Club sponsored by the Church of Scientology International. Weiland did not allow Leiby to enter the First Amendment Lounge, told him: "You seem to make a living by writing falsehoods."

"We know that you used to work in Clearwater, we know what you wrote," Weiland said to Leiby. In an interview at the National Press Club in 1994, the St. Petersburg Times asked Weiland and Scientology President Heber Jentzsch about the Church of Scientology's practice of investigating reporters who write about Scientology. "First of all, we don't do that. There's no institutional or organized campaign or effort or action ongoing to go after a reporter," lied Weiland; when asked about a discrepancy after Church of Scientology officials confirmed in 1998 that their attorneys had hired a firm to investigate a reporter for the Boston Herald, Weiland said: "It's not a personal thing. Every time a reporter steps out of his way to create damage to the church... of course, it's gloves off." He said that the Boston Herald reporter's articles were inaccurate, the Church of Scientology decided to investigate the individual in order to determine what "vested interest" he was working for and what "sinister motive" he had.

Weiland was the Deputy Commanding Officer of the Office of Special Affairs in 1995, served on the board of directors of the Church of Scientology International. In 1996 he was director of the Office of Special Affairs, in 1997 Weiland managed external affairs for the Church of Scientology. On June 13, 2003, Weiland accompanied actor and Scientologist Tom Cruise and director of the Church of Scientology's Los Angeles Celebrity Centre, Tommy Davis, to meet with then-United States Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage. In the half-hour-long private meeting, they raised concerns with Armitage about the treatment of Scientologists in Germany and other countries. In 2006, Weiland was listed on a "Senior Honor Roll" in Impact, the magazine of the International Association of Scientologists. List of Scientologists Office of Special Affairs International Association of Scientologists. "Mr. Kurt Weiland: Deputy Commanding Officer, Office of Special Affairs International". Impact. Church of Scientology.

Pp. 10–13. Church of Scientology International. "Kurt Weiland - Director, Church of Scientology International". Scientology - Church of Scientology Official Site. Church of Scientology International. "Kurt Weiland: External Affairs Director". Scientology in the News: Press Office. Church of Scientology International. "Church of Scientology International Opens European Office In Brussels". Human Rights News - Church of Scientology Human Rights Department. Church of Scientology International. "David Miscavige Dedicates New Church of Scientology of San Francisco". Scientology - Church of Scientology Official Site. Retrieved 2008-06-17


Qayamat is a 1983 Indian Hindi film directed by Raj N. Sippy, it is an Indian version of the 1962 Hollywood film Cape Fear. The film stars Dharmendra as a man who goes to jail and holds his police officer friend responsible for the jailing. On his return after a long sentence he sets about taking revenge, targeting the officer and his family. Jaya Prada appears in flashbacks as Dharmendra's wife; the film was remade in Telugu as Nippulanti Manishi with Nandamuri Balakrishna. Dharmendra as Shyam / Rajeshwar Shatrughan Sinha as S. P. Kamal Smita Patil as Shashi Poonam Dhillon as Sudha Jaya Prada as Geeta Shakti Kapoor as Kaalia Bindu as Munnibai Heera Chand Iftekhar as Retired Judge Sinha Sudhir Dalvi as Raghu Bharat Kapoor as Makhan Pinchoo Kapoor as Police Commissioner Satyendra Kapoor as Senior Police Inspector Arun Bakshi as Police Inspector Prema Narayan as Dancer / Singer Jayshree T. as Dancer / Singer Gurbachchan Singh as S. M. Dayal Madhu Malhotra as Madhu Narendra Nath as Lobo Ram Mohan as Karim Tamanna as Shama Vikas Anand as Public Prosecutor Director: Raj N. Sippy Producer: Salim Akhtar, Salim Merchant Story: Mohan Kaul, Ravi Kapoor, Satyanand Dialogue: Kader Khan, N. S. Bedi Cinematographer: Anwar Siraj, Mohan Editor: Guru Dutt Shirali, Waman B.

Bhosle Art Director: Babu Rao Poddar Costumes Designer: Anna Singh, Kachins, Shantaram Sawant Choreographer: Kamal, Suresh Bhatt, Vijay Action Director: Veeru Devgan Music Director: R. D. Burman Lyrics: Majrooh Sultanpuri Playback Singer: Asha Bhosle Qayamat on IMDb