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John H. Capstick

John Henry Capstick was an American Republican Party politician who represented New Jersey's 5th congressional district in the United States House of Representatives from 1915 until his death in 1918. Capstick was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts on September 2, 1856, where he attended the local public schools, he attended a business college. He was a member of the Rhode Island Militia in 1870 and 1871. Capstick moved to Montville, New Jersey in 1883, engaged in the manufacture of textile fabrics the same year. In 1899, he was co-founder of the Morris County Traction Company which built street railways in Morris County, he was a member of the State sewerage commission from 1905 to 1908, president of the State board of health from 1908 to 1914. Capstick was elected as a Republican to the Sixty-fourth and Sixty-fifth Congresses and served from March 4, 1915, until his death in Montville, New Jersey on March 17, 1918, he was interred in Greenwood Cemetery in New Jersey. List of United States Congress members who died in office United States Congress.

"John H. Capstick". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. John Henry Capstick at The Political Graveyard John H. Capstick at Find a Grave John H. Capstick, late a representative from New Jersey, Memorial addresses delivered in the House of Representatives and Senate frontispiece 1920

Plymouth County Courthouse (Iowa)

The Plymouth County Courthouse located in Le Mars, United States, was built in 1891. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1981 as a part of the County Courthouses in Iowa Thematic Resource; the courthouse is the fourth building the county has used for court functions and county administration. The county's first courthouse was located in Melbourne and part of the building housed a grocery store; the county seat was moved to Le Mars in 1872. It served the county for two years when another courthouse was built for $3,000; the present courthouse replaced it in 1902 after a $72,000 bond referendum passed. It was designed by Minneapolis architectural firm of Kinney & Detweiler and built by a local contractor Emil Miller; the courthouse was the scene of protests by local farmers during the Great Depression. These included a milk strike, activities by the Farmers Holiday Association, protests against farm foreclosures in 1932 and 1933. One of the more dramatic events was when Judge C.

C. Bradley was dragged from his bench, he was physically and verbally abused, they attempted to coerce him to agree to the constitutionality of the Debtor Relief Law by threatening him with lynching. The exterior is constructed in red sandstone, but unlike other courthouses in Iowa that were constructed of this material, the sandstone is smoothly-dressed much as Bedford stone; the building features a large pedimented tetrastyle portico with columns in the Composite order. The building was capped by a large cupola, removed in 1932; the interior features ceramic tile floors in the public areas, past a wide column screen is a double wooden staircase

Anna MontaƱana

Anna Montañana Gimeno is a former professional basketball player, representing Spain. She spent most of her career in Europe, went to play in the WNBA for the Minnesota Lynx in 2009. Montañana was born in Alboraya, where she started playing basketball, she went to play for nearby Dorna Godella, the most important Spanish team at the time. While playing for the cadettes and the junior teams, she made her debut in the top tier of the Spanish League with the senior team one day before her 14th birthday, she played in several Spanish clubs from 1998 to 2001, when she moved to the United States to complete a college degree and play for the George Washington team. She continued most of her career in Europe, playing for the Minnesota Lynx in 2009, she retired in Perfumerías Avenida in 2015. On 8 February 2017, Montañana signed with Liga ACB team Baloncesto Fuenlabrada for being assistant coach, thus becoming the first woman to be part of the technical staff in the Spanish men's top league, she made her debut with Spain women's national basketball team at the age of 25.

She played with the senior team for 7 years, from 2005 to 2012, getting 129 caps and 11.1 PPG. She participated in one Olympic tournament, two World Championships and three European Championships: 1998 FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship for Women 5th 2000 FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship for Women 2005 Eurobasket 8th 2006 World Championship 2007 Eurobasket 5th 2008 Summer Olympics 2009 Eurobasket 2010 World Championship Source WNBA stats Anna Montañana at the International Olympic Committee

Sahar Tabar

Fatemeh Khishvand, known by her Instagram username of Sahar Tabar, is an Iranian influencer who rose to prominence in 2017 for her use of cosmetic surgery and Photoshop in images of herself posted to Instagram. It was rumored. Tabar was interviewed on Iranian national television in October 2019 after she was arrested on charges including blasphemy and illegally obtaining money. Tabar's images on Instagram gathered over 486,000 followers; the images were unusual due to unnatural skin coloring and distorted facial features that included exaggerated lips and a pointy, turned-up nose. In a 2017 interview with Sputnik News, Tabar explained the images were created using makeup and Photoshop, with cosmetic procedures limited at that time to rhinoplasty and botulinum toxin injections in her lips; some of the photos and videos shared with her followers appeared to have been edited to resemble Hollywood star Angelina Jolie, but Tabar denied this intention. On 5 October 2019, Tabar was arrested in Tehran on charges of "blasphemy, instigating violence, illegally acquiring property, violating the national dress code and encouraging young people to commit corruption" according to the Tasnim news agency, which stated that the arrest was a response to complaints from the public.

Her Instagram account was deleted at the time of her arrest. Three days three more female Instagram influencers where arrested in Iran: Sahra Afsharian, Sara Shariatmadari and Niloufar Moti'ei. On Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting Channel 3, it was reported that Tabar faced a prison sentence of between three months and two years on charges of "obtaining money through illegitimate means, publishing inappropriate and vulgar photographs". Tabar was introduced as a "zombie" for a pre-trial interview broadcast on 22 October 2019 by IRIB TV2. Although her face was blurred in the broadcast, Tabar stated that she did not look like her Instagram images because they were Photoshopped in an attempt to look like the titular character in Corpse Bride, she told the interviewer that her childhood dream was to become famous, she had persisted with building her Instagram fame despite the objections of her mother. Tabar admitted that she had not completed high school, the broadcast claimed that her efforts to gain online fame had prevented her from advancing to higher education.

The IRIB TV2 interview mitigated the charges against Tabar by presenting her as a person with a psychological disorder, who had believed her posts were acceptable because of the encouragement she received from her many Instagram followers. Sahar Tabar fan page on Instagram Deleted Sahar Tabar account on Instagram Interview broadcast by IRIB TV2 on YouTube

Wynand Havenga

Wynand John Havenga is a former South African professional darts player. He made his television debut at the 2007 PDC World Darts Championship as a qualifier, having beaten 100 players to win the South African Masters and thus earn his place at the Circus Tavern, he beat Steve Maish in the first round and conquered established pro Peter Manley in round two, but bowed out in the last 16 to Darren Webster. Havenga became a popular figure during the World Championship, his unique celebrations while winning a leg, or hitting a 180, led comparisons to Cliff Lazarenko and a fan-base, who call themselves the "Havenga Boys". However, he has since struggled with a shoulder injury and his ranking has since fallen to 500, after the £8,500 he earned at Circus Tavern, was wiped off in 2009 due to the two-year-cyclical rule of the PDC Order of Merit. Outside darts, he is a business manager for a motor dealer and has joined Unicorn Darts, he launched his own steel and soft-tip 19 gram darts made from a 90% tungsten-nickel alloy.

2007: 3rd Round Profile and stats on Darts Database