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Married... with Children

Married... with Children is an American television sitcom that aired on Fox, created by Michael G. Moye and Ron Leavitt. Broadcast from April 5, 1987 to June 9, 1997, it is the longest-lasting live-action sitcom on Fox and the first to be broadcast in the network's primetime slot. One episode was broadcast on FX on June 18, 2002; the show follows the suburban Chicago lives of Al Bundy, a once-glorious high school football player-turned-hard-luck women's shoe salesman. Their neighbors are the upwardly mobile Steve Rhoades and his wife Marcy, who gets remarried to Jefferson D'Arcy, a white-collar criminal who becomes her "trophy husband" and Al's sidekick. Most storylines involve Al's schemes being foiled by bad luck; the series comprises 11 seasons. Its theme song is "Love and Marriage" by Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen, performed by Frank Sinatra from the 1955 television production Our Town; the first two seasons of the series were videotaped at ABC Television Center in Hollywood. From season three to season eight, the show was taped at Sunset Gower Studios in Hollywood, the remaining three seasons were taped at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City.

The series was produced by Embassy Communications during its first season and half of its second season and the remaining seasons by ELP Communications under the studio Columbia Pictures Television. In 2008, the show placed number 94 on Entertainment Weekly's "New TV Classics" list. Al Bundy —a misanthrope, afflicted by the "Bundy curse" that consigns him to an unrewarding career selling women's shoes and a life with a family that mocks and disrespects him, who still enjoys the simple things in life, he attempts to relive his high-school football days, when he was an "All State Fullback". His most noted achievement was having scored four touchdowns in a single game for Polk High, his favorite things in life are the local nudie bar, his collection of BigUns magazine, his Dodge car with 1 million mi on the odometer, a television show called Psycho Dad. Despite his family's seeming antipathy for him, his for them, Al is always ready to defend Bundy honor, he is protective of his daughter Kelly.

Peggy Bundy née Wanker —Al's wife, always pestering him about money and refuses to do any housework or get a job. Peggy is a lazy redhead who spends most of her time watching talk shows such as Oprah or stealing Al's limited funds to go shopping, her careless spending on things like clothes and male strip clubs have run Al into debt on numerous occasions. A recurring joke in the series is Al's regret of having married Peggy in the first place. Peggy's best friend is Marcy, with whom she conspires against Al, her extended family is a stereotypical backwoods clan of hillbillies whom she forces the other Bundys to endure her morbidly obese mother, whom Al finds intolerable. Kelly Bundy —the Bundys' firstborn, her stupidity manifests in many ways, from forgetting ideas on the spot to mispronouncing or misspelling simple words. Like her mother, she likes to steal Al's money to purchase other items, she enjoys belittling Bud, her uncool brother, though she stands up for him against anyone outside the family aside from her circle of friends.

Budrick "Bud" Franklin Bundy —the younger Bundy offspring, the most intelligent family member, the first Bundy to attend college. His awkwardness and preoccupation with sex leads to inevitable failures with women. To improve his success with girls, Bud uses his alternate persona, "Grandmaster B", a bad-boy rapper from New York City; when using the "Grandmaster B" persona, Bud wears dark sunglasses and a backward Los Angeles Raiders hat. His mistreatment at the hands of Kelly is returned in kind, making jokes at her expense regarding her promiscuity and stupidity, but when she is in a legitimate bind, Bud will stand up for her, much like Kelly does for him under similar circumstances. Marcy Rhoades Marcy D'Arcy —the Bundys' next-door neighbor, Peggy's best friend and Al's nemesis. Marcy is the founder and leader of an anti-man support group called "FANG". Despite her political correctness and structured life, Marcy harbors a dark, somewhat sexually deviant side, which comes up when she reminisces over events in her past.

Al is repulsed by Marcy and belittles her, likening her to a chicken, mockingly confusing her for an adolescent male. At the outset of the show, Marcy is married to Steve Rhoades. After Steve is written off the show during the fourth season, he is replaced by Jefferson D'Arcy. Steven "Steve" Bartholomew Rhoades is Marcy's first husband, a nerdy banker who finds himself entangled in Al's schemes. Steve's most prized possession is his Mercedes Benz, which he does not let Marcy drive. Steve grows tired of Marcy's controlling behavior, he leaves her during the fourth season to become a forest ranger at Yosemite National Park, he comes back in "The Egg and I" to try and reclaim his old life with Mar

Charter of the Massachusetts Bay Company

The Charter of the Massachusetts Bay Company was a charter which formally incorporated the joint-stock company for the colonization of Massachusetts Bay. The charter defined the regulations of the company, the land it would be granted, as well as the rights and privileges of the colonists. After the failure of the Dorchester Company in founding a settlement on Cape Ann the settlers and shareholders of the company wished to form another colonial settlement this time further south; the colony was to be settled between the Merrimack River in New England. The Massachusetts Bay Company, like other colonial joint-stock companies, was to be a corporate entity as well as a governmental one; the first settlers of the colony were Puritans who sought to create a society based on their religious beliefs unfettered from the Royal Anglican government of the Kingdom of England. The settlers were to be shareholders, with all those wishing to emigrate to new England required to buy shares; this agreement came to be known as the Cambridge Agreement.

Unlike other colonial companies whose presiding members resided and met in England, the Governors and other colonial officials moved to New England as well. The Government consisted of a Governor, Deputy Governor, a council of Assistants who would provide legal counsel and jurisprudence, a General Court of delegates elected from each town. Voting rights in the colony were to be for only men of the Puritan church. Once settled in what is now Boston, the delegates formed a quasi-democratic and theocratic state based on the Laws of Moses; the Charter would serve as the de facto constitution of the colony and would stay in effect until its cancellation with the creation of the Dominion of New England in 1684. Massachusetts Charter Mayflower Compact Massachusetts Body of Liberties Hutchinson, Thomas; the History of the Colony of Massachusetts-Bay, From the Settlement thereof in 1628 until its Incorporation. Moe, Barbara; the Charter of the Massachusetts Bay Company: A primary Source Investigation into the Charter.

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Manuel Irigoyen Larrea

Manuel Irigoyen Arias y Larrea was a Peruvian lawyer, historian and politician. He served on its faculty, he was a member of the Chamber of Deputies of Senate of Peru. He served as minister of economy and finance in the Government of Peru, he was three times Prime Minister of Peru. He served as the President of the Senate from 1905 to 1906. Basadre Grohmann, Jorge: Historia de la República del Perú. 1822 - 1933, Octava Edición, corregida y aumentada. Tomos 7, 8 y 9. Editada por el Diario "La República" de Lima y la Universidad "Ricardo Palma". Impreso en Santiago de Chile, 1998. Tauro del Pino, Alberto: Enciclopedia Ilustrada del Perú. Tercera Edición. Tomo 8. HAB/IZQ. Lima, PEISA, 2001. ISBN 9972-40-157-X Publicación del diario El Comercio de Lima, de fecha Jueves 6 de junio de 1912

Satoshi Yuki

Satoshi Yuki is a Japanese professional Go player. Yuki won the NHK Cup in 2010 for the second time in a row, becoming the third player after Eio Sakata and Norimoto Yoda to do such, he was selected as a representative of the Japanese team at the 16th Asian Games. In 2010, Yuki reached the final of the 22nd Asian TV Cup, he followed it by forcing Kang Dongyun into resignation. Yuki lost to Kong Jie in the final by resignation. Yuki has represented Japan on the international stage and has beaten several players including Cho Hunhyun, Chang Hao, Gu Li, Lee Sedol and Ma Xiaochun. In November 2010, Yuki won the Tengen, he swept title holder Keigo Yamashita in the finals. Yuki's title was the Kansai Ki-in's second major title in 29 years, coming a month after Hideyuki Sakai's Gosei title. Yuki participated in the RICOH Rengo Championship in 2011, he and his partner Ayumi Suzuki lost to Xie Yimin. In April 2011, Yuki reached 1,000 career wins and broke the record for youngest to 1,000 wins by three years.

2006: 40–15 2007: 35–15 2008: 35–17 2009: 40–15 2010: 38–20 2011: 27–20 Yuki, Satoshi. 結城聡 戦いに強くなる方法―シチョウの達人を目指す. 毎日コミュニケーションズ. ISBN 978-4839915094. Yuki, Satoshi. 結城聡名局細解. Seibundo Shinkosha. ISBN 978-4416705124. Yuki, Satoshi. 結城聡 囲碁・世界の新手法ガイド. Seibundo Shinkosha. ISBN 9784416508121. Yuki, Satoshi. 決定版 大斜・村正・大ナダレ. Seibundo Shinkosha. ISBN 978-4416509050. Yuki, Satoshi. プロの選んだ30の定石 アマの好きな30の定石. ISBN 978-4416510063. Yuki, Satoshi. 世界一わかりやすい打碁シリーズ 結城聡の碁. 毎日コミュニケーションズ. ISBN 978-4839936815. Yuki, Satoshi. 星の小ゲイマジマリ 後の攻防: 強くなる 囲碁・必須読本. Seibundo Shinkosha. ISBN 9784416313091. Yuki, Satoshi. 実戦手筋のテクニック. Kientosho 棋苑図書. ISBN 9784873653174. Tanioka, Ichiro. Toshitaka Asae. "結城聡の「冒険また冒険". 囲碁梁山泊 2015 白秋号. 関西社会人囲碁連盟. ISBN 9784907488093. Rin Kono. 名局細解 2012年5月号: 第67期本因坊リーグ 河野臨九段 VS 結城聡九段. ASIN B016UBUZLG. Reissue of Meikyoku Saikai supplement to monthly magazine "Igo" covering the 67th Honinbo League on December 8, 2011. GoGameWorld Player Info for Yuki Satoshi

Don Candy

Don Candy is an Australian former tennis player, successful in doubles. At the Grand Slam tournaments he reached the quarterfinals of the Australian Championships singles event in 1952 and 1959. In the singles event at the French Championships he reached the eighth-finals in 1956 and 1960. In June 1951 Candy won the singles title at the Kent Championships, a grass court tournament held in Beckenham, defeating Gardnar Mulloy in three sets; the next year, 1952, he again reached the Kent final but on this occasion lost in three sets to Ham Richardson. In July 1951 he won the Midlands counties men's singles title after a straight sets victory in the final against Naresh Kumar from India. In 1956 he won the Men's Doubles title at the French Championships. With his American partner Bob Perry he won against compatriots Ashley Cooper and Lew Hoad in three straight sets. After his active career he moved to Baltimore in 1967 where he coached the World Team Tennis Baltimore Banners and became the coach of Pam Shriver.

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They Were Not Divided

They Were Not Divided is a 1950 British war film, which depicted the Guards Armoured Division in Second World War Europe. It was written and directed by Terence Young, a former Guards officer who served in the campaigns depicted in the film; the cast consists of little known professional actors, real soldiers with speaking parts. The male leads are Edward Ralph Clanton with Michael Trubshawe. Two supporting actors who became famous on are Christopher Lee as a tank commander and Desmond Llewelyn as a tank gunner. During the middle years of the war, three men are called up to serve in the British Army; the Englishman Philip Hamilton, the American David Morgan and the Irishman Smoke O'Connor are conscripted into the Guards Division and report to their barracks at Caterham, Surrey. After going through strict training they find themselves receiving emergency promotions. Philip and David are promoted to 2nd lieutenant and Smoke to corporal and are attached to a tank company of the Welsh Guards, where Philip and David command their own tank and Smoke is part of David's crew.

Months of'real' training follow, where they learn about tank warfare and their comrades. The film follows the three main characters as the Guards Armoured Division lands at Normandy weeks after D-Day, on into action as part of the break-out, they cope with different aspects of fighting a war on another continent, such as being separated from family and loved ones and coping with the loss of comrades. Operation Market Garden and the Battle of the Bulge are depicted, but with the Welsh Guards as the pivotal British Army unit. During Market Garden, the Welsh Guards are shown linking up with American paratroopers at the Grave bridge before moving on to Nijmegen and the failure of the operation; the film ends with the Ardennes Offensive and the Guards' unknown operations around the east side of the River Meuse, only Smoke left alive of the three friends. Edward Underdown as Philip Hamilton Ralph Clanton as David Morgan Helen Cherry as Wilhelmina Stella Andrew as Jane Michael Brennan as Smoke O’Connor Michael Trubshawe as Major Bushey Noble Rupert Gerard as Earl of Bentham John Wynn as ’45 Jones Desmond Llewelyn as ’77 Jones Anthony Dawson as Michael Estelle Brody as War Correspondent Rufus Cruikshank as Sergeant Dean R.

S. M. Brittain as Regimental Sergeant Major Christopher Lee as Chris LewisCharles Stuart Payton as Corporal Instructor at the guards depot Caterham. A large number of actual Second World War armoured vehicles are featured or make brief appearances, including scenes featuring a German Tiger tank and a disabled Panther. Trade papers called the film a "notable box office attraction" in British cinemas in 1950, they Were Not Divided on IMDb