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Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials is a 2015 American dystopian science fiction film based on James Dashner's novel The Scorch Trials, the second novel in The Maze Runner book series. The film is the sequel to the 2014 film The Maze Runner and the second installment in The Maze Runner film series, it was directed by Wes Ball, with a screenplay by T. S. Nowlin. Adding to the original film's cast of Dylan O'Brien, Kaya Scodelario, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Dexter Darden, Alexander Flores, Ki Hong Lee, Patricia Clarkson, the new supporting cast includes Nathalie Emmanuel, Giancarlo Esposito, Aidan Gillen, Jacob Lofland, Barry Pepper, Rosa Salazar, Lili Taylor, Alan Tudyk; the plot of The Scorch Trials takes place after the previous installment, with Thomas and his fellow Gladers, who have just escaped from the facilities of the powerful World Catastrophe Killzone Department, which had imprisoned them. On the run in the desert and in ruined cities, they must escape WCKD soldiers and face the perils of the Scorch, a desolate landscape filled with dangerous obstacles.

Filming began in Albuquerque, New Mexico on October 27, 2014, concluded on January 27, 2015. Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials was released in select international territories starting September 9, 2015 in 2D, 3D, 4DX and Barco Escape, was released on September 18, 2015, in the United States in 2D and premium large format theaters by 20th Century Fox, it was set to be released in IMAX, but this was cancelled, as Everest had all worldwide IMAX screens booked until the release of the film The Walk. The Scorch Trials received mixed reviews: some commended its action sequences and performances. Like its predecessor, the film was a commercial success grossing $30.3 million on its opening weekend, making it the ninth-highest grossing debut in September. The film went to the number one spot at the box office during its opening weekend, grossed $312 million worldwide; the concluding entry, titled Maze Runner: The Death Cure, was released on January 26, 2018. A mother drops off her son, with scientist Ava Paige and troops of an organization called WCKD.

Thomas and other abandoned children are placed in a walled maze in a glade as part of its scientific testing. Years shortly after being rescued from the Maze and the remaining Gladers – Teresa, Minho and Winston – are taken to a facility run by Mr. Janson, he says the facility is a safe haven, protecting them from WCKD, the Flare virus and the "Cranks", provides them supplies. Thomas investigates. With help from Aris, the first maze survivor to arrive in the facility, Thomas discovers that WCKD's leader, Ava, is still alive and that Mr. Janson is working for WCKD, when they discuss experiments on the Immunes and that Janson has yet to find the Right Arm, a resistance group located in the mountains; the group, including Aris, escapes the facility to the deserted outside world – the Scorch. Janson orders WCKD troops to track them down; the group arrive at an abandoned shopping mall, where they encounter the Cranks, humans zombified by the Flare virus. Winston gets infected by one of them; when morning comes, they find the city in the WCKD still searching for them.

Winston's infection becomes worse, forcing the others to leave him to die by suicide to prevent his transformation. While crossing the desert, Thomas wakes to discover a distant civilization. During a thunderstorm, Minho survives, they take shelter in an abandoned facility, only to find out it is filled with chained Cranks. The group meets Brenda and Jorge, who leads a dangerous band of survivors and have used the Cranks as guard dogs. Brenda and Jorge agree to take them to the Right Arm. Moments WCKD, led by Janson, storms the place, only for the facility to be destroyed by Jorge's explosives. Thomas and Brenda are left behind; as Thomas and Brenda escape the Cranks, Brenda is infected. Thomas experiences a flashback of when he and Teresa were working for WCKD, in which Thomas tries to warn Teresa of WCKD's plans, only for the two to be separated by WCKD's troops; as Thomas and Brenda reunite with the rest of the group, Jorge interrogates Marcus, a survivor who secretly works for WCKD, into revealing the whereabouts of the Right Arm.

The group arrive at the Right Arm's outpost relief camps, where other immune survivors are present. Vince, who leads the Right Arm, greets them; as Brenda's infection gets worse, Vince threatens to shoot her, only to be stopped by Mary Cooper, a former WCKD scientist who reveals that Thomas was their informant, which helped the Right Arm in taking down WCKD's illegal major operations since. As Mary halts Brenda's infection using an enzyme cure, Mary explains that the enzyme can only be harvested from an Immune's body, not manufactured, that arguments over the methods of manufacturing the cure with Ava led to Mary's departure from WCKD; that evening, Teresa tells WCKD of her location, believing that WCKD's motivations are good, leading to an ambush by WCKD, where Ava and Janson arrive and confront the Right Arm. Janson shoots Mary dead, while WCKD troops capture survivors including Minho. After Thomas and the Right Arm fend the WCKD troops off, Ava and Teresa retreat with their captured survivors.

With only a fraction of survivors left at the site, Thomas plans an infiltration into WCKD. On October 13, 2013 a year before The Maze Runner's release, it was reported that Fox had started work on The Scorch Trials, it was revealed that T. S. Nowlin – who had worked on the F

II Corps (United Kingdom)

The II Corps was an army corps of the British Army formed in both the First World War and the Second World War. There had been a short-lived II Corps during the Waterloo Campaign. Assembling an army in the Southern Netherlands to fight Napoleon’s resurgent forces in the spring of 1815, the Duke of Wellington formed it into army corps, deliberately mixing units from the Anglo-Hanoverian and German contingents so that the weaker elements would be stiffened by more experienced or reliable troops; as he put it: ‘It was necessary to organize these troops in brigades and corps d’armee with those better disciplined and more accustomed to war’. He placed II Corps under the command of Lord Hill. However, Wellington did not use the corps as tactical entities, continued his accustomed practice of issuing orders directly to divisional and lower commanders; when he drew up his army on the ridge at Waterloo, elements of the various corps were mixed up, although he gave Hill command of the left wing, this included elements of I Corps.

Subsequent to the battle, the corps structure was re-established for the advance into France, Wellington issued orders through Hill and the other corps commanders. GOC: Lieut-Gen Lord Hill 2nd Division 4th Division 1st Division Netherlands Indian Contingent After the Waterloo campaign the army corps structure disappeared from the British Army for a century, except for ad hoc corps assembled during annual manoeuvres. In 1876 a mobilization scheme for eight army corps was published, with'Second Corps' based at Aldershot and composed of regular and militia troops. In 1880 its organization was: 1st Division 1st Brigade 2nd Bn. 19th Foot, 41st Foot, 45th Foot 2nd Brigade 75th Foot, 96th Foot, 109th Foot Divisional Troops 2nd Bn. 18th Foot, Berkshire Yeomanry, 17th Comp. Royal Engineers Artillery K/3rd Brigade RA, H/4th Brigade RA, M/2nd Brigade RA 2nd Division 1st Brigade 26th Foot, 53rd Foot, 1st Bn. Rifle Brigade 2nd Brigade 32nd Foot, 108th Foot Divisional Troops 52nd Foot, Oxfordshire Yeomanry Artillery L/2nd Brigade RA, E/1st Brigade RA, K/4th Brigade RA 3rd Division 1st Brigade Ayr and Wigtown Militia, Renfrew Militia, Perth Militia 2nd Brigade Galway Militia, North Cork Militia, South Cork Militia Divisional Troops Armagh Militia, Middlesex Militia Artillery E/5th Brigade RA, P/5th Brigade RA, L/3rd Brigade RA Cavalry Brigade 11th Hussars, 5th Dragoon Guards, 16th Lancers, Hampshire Yeomanry, A Battery A Brigade RHA Corps Artillery C Battery A Brigade RHA, G Battery C Brigade RHA, D Battery C Brigade RHA A/1st Brigade RA, A/6th Brigade RA Corps Engineers 15th Company Royal Engineers and Field Park This scheme had been dropped by 1881.

The Stanhope Memorandum of 1891 laid down the policy that after providing for garrisons and India, the army should be able to mobilise three army corps for home defence, two of regular troops and one of militia, of three divisions each. Only after those commitments, it was hoped, two army corps might be organised for the unlikely eventuality of deployment abroad; the 1901 Army Estimates introduced by St John Brodrick allowed for six army corps based on the six regional commands, of which only I Corps (Aldershot Command and II Corps would be formed of regular troops. However, these arrangements remained theoretical; the Haldane Reforms of 1907 established a six-division British Expeditionary Force for deployment overseas, which did not envisage any intermediate headquarters between GHQ and the infantry divisions. On mobilisation in August 1914 it was decided that the BEF would have two-division army corps like the French armies with which the BEF was to operate but only one corps HQ existed, two were improvised.

II Corps proceeded to France in August 1914 under the command of Sir James Grierson but Grierson died on the train to the front on 17 August. Sir John French wanted Sir Herbert Plumer to succeed Grierson, but the secretary of state for war, Earl Kitchener, instead chose Sir Horace Smith-Dorrien, transferred from Southern Command. Smith-Dorrien caught up with his HQ at Bavai on 21 August. II Corps was first engaged two days at the Battle of Mons and remained on the Western Front throughout the war; the composition of army corps changed frequently. Some representative orders of battle for II Corps are given here. Order of Battle at Mons 23 August 1914:GOC: Lieut-Gen Sir Horace Smith-Dorrien Brigadier-General, General Staff: G. T. Forestier-Walker Brigadier-General, Royal Artillery: A. H. Short Colonel, Royal Engineers: Brig-Gen E. A. Sandbach 3rd Division 5th Division Army Troops attached 2nd Army HQ Signal Company, Royal Engineers E Section M, O & P Sections No 2 Bridging Train, Royal Engineers C Squadron, North Irish Horse Company, 1st Bn Cameron Highlanders A Section, No 19 Field Ambulance, RAMCOrder of Battle on the Somme GOC: Maj-Gen Claud Jacob 1st Division 23rd Division 34th DivisionOrder of Battle at the

The Vision Factory

The Vision Factory was a Dutch developer of video games for the Philips CD-i. The Vision Factory was a developer of business software named SPCC, they impressed Philips with CD-i games like the shooter Alien Gate. The Vision Factory was the label, their most famous game is the puzzle game Dimo's Quest, developed by Boeder Games / Infernal Byte Systems for the Amiga and was ported by SPC to CD-i. In 1996, Philips stopped supporting the CD-i. In 2002, SPC /. Alien Gate Steel Machine Dimo's Quest The Apprentice Philips Media Encyclopedia Die CD-i mit der Maus: Auf dem Bauernhof Het Staat in de Sterren Lingo Sport Freaks Uncover featuring Tatjana Lucky Luke: The Video Game Accelerator, Golden Oldies I: Guardian & Invaders Golden Oldies II: Blockbuster & Bughunt Scramble Breaker The Apprentice 2: Marvin's Revenge Colorful graphics are not the only characteristics of most of The Vision Factory's games; some of their games either involve content of a sexual nature. In Lucky Luke: The Video Game, loading screens show women dancing in short skirts while Lucky Luke plays on the piano.

In The Apprentice, entering a series of codes in the Game Over screen triggered hidden Game Over animations that were parodies of Mortal Kombat finishers, including'Nudalities' which featured nude girls. In Uncover featuring Tatjana, puzzle pieces must be laid down to reveal a sexy picture of Tatjana Simic

30th Guam Legislature

The 30th Guam Legislature was a meeting of the Guam Legislature. It convened in Hagatna, Guam on January 5, 2009 and ended on January 3, 2011, during the 3rd and 4th years of Felix Camacho's 2nd Gubernatorial Term. In the 2008 Guamanian legislative election, the Democratic Party of Guam won a majority of seats in the Guam Legislature. Speaker: Judith T. P. Won Pat Vice Speaker: Benjamin J. F. Cruz Legislative Secretary: Tina Rose Muna Barnes Majority Leader: Rory J. Respicio Assistant Majority Leader: Judith P. Guthertz, DPA Majority Whip: Thomas C. Ada Minority Leader: Edward J. B. Calvo Assistant Minority Leader: Ray Tenorio Minority Whip: James V. Espaldon Assistant Minority Whip: Telo T. Taitague On January 19, 2010, Democratic Senator Matt Rector resigned from office. Former Republican candidate, Vicente Anthony "Tony" Ada, was declared the winner of the special election held to fill the vacancy resulting from the Rector resignation, he was sworn-in as Senator on March 22, 2010

NacĂ­ para ti

Nací para tí is the last album by Mexican pop singer Rocío Banquells. This album was released in 2007, it was recorded live in the Teatro de la Ciudad in Mexico City on May 10, 2007. The album is the return of Banquells to the world of the music after 10 years; the album was recorded on live in the Teatro de la Ciudad in Mexico City. The album includes two discs: The first includes a compilation of Pop and Balada songs of the Banquells's career; the second is a compilation of her Mariachi songs. The second disc includes a new mariachi version of the 1985's classic Luna mágica. Tracks: Este hombre no se toca Amantes Con él Escucha el infiníto Estupido Coincidír Recuerdos No llores por mí Argentina Abrázame No soy una muñeca Tracks: Intro Mariachi Que bonita es mi tierra La Noche y tu Libro abierto Llorarás Cielo Rojo Entrega Total Nací para tí Fué un placer conocerte Echame a mí la culpa La mujer ladina La puerta negra Cucurrucucu Paloma Luna mágica Si nos dejan Nací para tí Luna magica Luna mágica

Melinda Kinnaman

Melinda Rosalie Kinnaman is a Swedish-American actress. Kinnaman was born in Sweden, to American parents Dee and Steve Kinnaman, her half-brother, Joel Kinnaman, is an international actor. By age thirteen, she made her acting debut, portraying the tomboy Saga in the acclaimed 1985 movie My Life as a Dog, directed by Lasse Hallström, she was educated at the Swedish National Academy of Mime and Acting in Stockholm from 1991 to 1994. Since she has been part of the ensemble at the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm and made major parts in many classics, such as Iphigenia in Iphigenia at Aulis, Bianca in The Taming of the Shrew, Anja in The Cherry Orchard, Estelle in Sartre's No Exit, Marie in Woyzeck, Jessica in The Merchant of Venice and Martirio in The House of Bernarda Alba. In 2011, she played the violinist in Duet for One, she has developed acrobatics skills and worked with theatre interwoven with contemporary circus from the start at the Royal Dramatic Theatre 1994 with Robert Lepage's magical production of August Strindberg's A Dream Play and advanced more in the lead of a brave acrobatic staging of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.

She followed up on that line for a few years guest performing in Copenhagen in Shakespeare's The Tempest and HC Andersen's The Little Mermaid. She has participated in productions of modern dance in Stockholm. On stage and television she has been working in major parts with many prominent personalities, such as Bo Widerberg in The Serpents Way, August Strindberg's The Father and Hedvig in Henrik Ibsen's The Wild Duck, Hans Alfredson in Time of the Wolf, Colin Nutley in British-Swedish TV series The Way Home, Ingmar Bergman and Daniel Bergman in Sunday's Children, as well as with contemporary dramatists such as Lars Norén and Henning Mankell. In 1999, she shared the title role in the international film Mary, Mother of Jesus with Pernilla August. In 2015–2017, she played the leading role of Inger Johanne Vik, a criminal psychologist and profiler, in the Swedish television psychological thriller series Modus. Melinda Kinnaman on IMDb Melinda Kinnaman's productions at The Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm