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Xinminosaurus

Xinminosaurus is an extinct genus of cymbospondylid ichthyosaur known from the Middle Triassic of Guizhou Province, China. The generic name is derived from Xinmin, the district where the fossil was found, Greek sauros, "lizard"; the specific name is derived from Greek kataktes, "crusher", in reference to one of the taxon's autapomorphies - the presence of bulbous and laterally compressed crushing teeth in maxilla and posterior dentary. Xinminosaurus is known only from the holotype GMPKU-P-1071, a nearly complete skeleton deposited in Geological Museum, Peking University, it was collected from the conodont Nicoraella kockeli biozone, from the upper member of the Guanling Formation. It was found near Yangjuan Village of Panxian County. Maisch suggested. Although Jiang et al. regarded Tholodus to be a possible nomen dubium, Maisch rejected this opinion, stating that Tholodus is recognized and characterized by unequivocal dental autapomorphies, so that jaw and tooth fragments are diagnostic, it is thus a valid taxon.

Furthermore, he noted that Tholodus is distinguishable from all other known marine reptiles, except Xinminosaurus. The only difference between the taxa, according to Maisch, is that Tholodus specimens are on average twice as large as the holotype of Xinminosaurus. Mulder and Jagt demonstrated that the putative mosasaur ""Globidens" timorensis is not a mosasaur and instead represents a Xinminosaurus-like ichthyosaur

Squire Stockwell

Squire Stockwell was an English professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1910s and 1920s. He played at representative level for Great Britain, at club level for Bramley and Hunslet F. C. as a wing. Squire Stockwell's birth was registered Bramley district, West Riding of Yorkshire, England, he lived on Swinnow Crescent, Pudsey and his death aged 74 was registered in Leeds district, West Riding of Yorkshire, England. Squire Stockwell won caps for Great Britain while at Leeds in 1920 against Australia, in 1921 against Australia. Squire Stockwell transferred from Bramley to Leeds during February 1919 in exchange for Louis Marshall, he transferred from Leeds to Hunslet F. C. during August 1924. He made 11 appearances for Hunslet, scoring one try. Squire Stockwell's marriage to Marjorie May was registered during third ¼ 1922 in Bramley district, they had children. Great Britain Statistics at englandrl.co.uk Albert Goldthorpe Search for "Squire Stockwell" at britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk Squire Stockwell at hunslet-heroes.co.uk

Vedhala Ulagam

Vedhala Ulagam is a 1948 Indian Tamil fantasy film directed and produced by A. V. Meiyappan of AVM Productions; the film was adapted from the stage play of the same name by Pammal Sambandha Mudaliar and the adaptation was written by P. Neelakantan. Music was by R. Sundarsanam; the film starred T. R. Mahalingam, K. Sarangapani, C. T. Rajakantham, Mangalam and K. R. Chellam in lead roles, with R. Balasubramaniam and Pandari Bai in supporting roles. Kumari Kamala, Padmini and Thara Choudhary made cameo appearances; the film ran in theatres. Dances byBaby Rhadha, Kumari Kamala, Lalitha-Padmini, Thara Chowdry Vedhala Ulagam was adapted by P. Neelakandan from the stage play of the same name written by Pammal Sambandha Mudaliar; the film was shot at AVM Studios, with sets built by A. Balu. Vedhala Ulagam shot at the AVM studio in Karaikudi situated on the outskirts of Devakottai. Not many are aware that some parts of the film were shot earlier with T. A. Jayalakshmi, but for many reasons she was replaced by Mangalam, who along her sister Yogam were well known dancers.

The dance sequence of Kumari Kamala, Lalitha and Tara Choudary was choreographed by Vazhuvoor Ramaiah Pillai. Music composed by R. Sudarasanam and lyrics written by Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathiyar, K. D. Santhanam, Papanasam Sivan and N. Raghavan. Singers are K. Sarangkapani. Playback singers are D. K. Pattammal, T. V. Rathinam, P. A. Periyanayaki, M. S. Rajeswari, T. S. Bhagavathi; the song Ayyaya Paarkka Kannu Koosuthey was a straight lift from the famous song of Brazilian singer Carmen Miranda, I i..i.. Like You Very much. Singing Star T. R. Mahalingam, one of the top names in Tamil cinema sang a solo and duets with Mangalam. One of the songs picturised on Mangalam, Vaarai Inbam Thanthai, was hummed by all; as the story line was thin, AVM introduced song and dance sequence which proved to be popular Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathiyar song in the Virahha Thaapam and Thoondil Puzhuvinai Pol. Famous dancer Tara Choudary's dance sequence and another dance drama featuring Lalitha and Padmini in Vasamulla Poo Paripeney.

As a post script sequence at the end of the movie, Kamala danced to the popular song Theeratha Vilayattu Pillai. The happy couple T. R. Mahalingam and Mangalam watch this sequence; the last sequence was hand tinted in color and drew large crowds because such colored sequences in Tamil Cinema were rarities then. Murugesan was an expert craftsman. Murugesan died in obscurity and poverty. Being a tale of demons, there were number of trick sequences in the film which were well executed by the in-house cinema and T. Mathuram whom few remember today; the picturised set were contributed by well known art director A. Balu; the interesting screenplay, pleasing music and exquisite sets and dances. Vedhala Ulagam on IMDb Vedhala Ulagam on indiancine.ma

Bhar Singh Pura

Bhar Singh Pura is a village in Phillaur tehsil of Jalandhar District of Punjab State, India. It is located 10 km away from Phillaur, it is one of the medium-sized villages in Punjab. One-third of the population of this village lives abroad; the outskirts of the village are lined with designers Kothies built by the NRIs, who have a silent competition to show their worth. There is a full site of this village on Facebook. A number of people from this village have achieved remarkable positions in India as well abroad. NRIs have made a full-fledged gym in the village for the youth; the village has a good private-public school. The main castes in this village are Jats, Goldsmith and Weavers etc; the village has schedule caste constitutes 60.22% of total population of the village and it doesn't have any Schedule Tribe population. Surinder Singh Nijjar. Ch Muhammad Jameel who became Member Provisional Assembly his family migrated at the time of Partition in 1947 to Pakistan belongs to Bhar Singh Pura, he is Arain.

Mandip Nijor from the UK who specialises in e-commerce and software development in the UK. World renowned Dhadi Jatha whose members are Dhadi Harbans Singh Josh, Dhadi Gurbachan Singh Ankhi and Sarangi Master Harmail Singh Dilbar these 3 brothers who now live in the U. K. have been awarded gold medals by the pind for their Seva for Sikhi Apra Bansian Nagar Thalla Raipur Dayalpur

List of Canadian electoral districts 1966–76

This is a list of electoral districts, or ridings, of Canada for the federal elections of 1968, 1972, 1974. Electoral Districts are constituencies that elect Members of Parliament in Canada's House of Commons every election. Bonavista—Trinity—Conception Burin—Burgeo Gander—Twillingate Grand Falls—White Bay—Labrador Humber—St. George's—St. Barbe St. John's East St. John's West Annapolis Valley Cape Breton Highlands—Canso Cape Breton—East Richmond Cape Breton—The Sydneys Central Nova Cumberland—Colchester North Dartmouth—Halifax East Halifax Halifax—East Hants South Shore South Western Nova Cardigan Egmont Hillsborough Malpeque Carleton—Charlotte Fundy—Royal Gloucester Madawaska—Victoria Moncton Northumberland—Miramichi Restigouche Saint John—Lancaster Westmorland—Kent York—Sunbury Brandon—Souris Churchill Dauphin Lisgar Marquette Portage Provencher Selkirk St. Boniface Winnipeg North Winnipeg North Centre Winnipeg South Winnipeg South Centre Assiniboia Battleford—Kindersley Mackenzie Meadow Lake Moose Jaw Prince Albert Qu'Appelle—Moose Mountain Regina East Regina—Lake Centre Saskatoon—Biggar Saskatoon—Humboldt Swift Current—Maple Creek Yorkton—Melville Athabasca Battle River Calgary Centre Calgary North Calgary South Crowfoot Edmonton Centre Edmonton East Edmonton West Edmonton—Strathcona Lethbridge Medicine Hat Palliser Peace River Pembina Red Deer Rocky Mountain Vegreville Wetaskiwin Burnaby—Richmond Burnaby—Seymour Capilano Coast Chilcotin Comox—Alberni Esquimalt—Saanich Fraser Valley East Fraser Valley West Kamloops—Cariboo Kootenay West Nanaimo—Cowichan—The Islands New Westminster Okanagan Boundary Okanagan—Kootenay Prince George—Peace River Skeena Surrey Vancouver Centre Vancouver East Vancouver Kingsway Vancouver Quadra Vancouver South Victoria Northwest Territories Yukon