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Mountainburg, Arkansas

Mountainburg is a town in Crawford County, United States. It is part of Arkansas-Oklahoma Metropolitan Statistical Area; as of the 2010 census the population was 631. Mountainburg was laid out in 1883 when the St. Louis–San Francisco Railway was extended to that point. Mountainburg is located along U. S. Route 71, thrived when this road was the main route in northwest Arkansas. Since the construction of Interstate 540 to the west, it has been a more sleepy community; the city park in downtown Mountainburg has since 1980 hosted two large dinosaur models. Lake Fort Smith State Park, situated on the western side of the 1,400 acres Lake Fort Smith, is located 8 miles north of Mountainburg. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 1.5 square miles, all land. As of the census of 2000, there were 682 people, 271 households, 179 families residing in the city; the population density was 478.1 people per square mile. There were 298 housing units at an average density of 208.9 per square mile.

The racial makeup of the city was 95.45% White, 0.15% Black or African American, 3.08% Native American, 0.15% Pacific Islander, 0.59% from other races, 0.59% from two or more races. 0.59% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race. There were 271 households out of which 35.8% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 52.0% were married couples living together, 10.7% had a female householder with no husband present, 33.6% were non-families. 30.6% of all households were made up of individuals and 16.2% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.52 and the average family size was 3.15. In the city, the population was spread out with 29.2% under the age of 18, 8.2% from 18 to 24, 26.4% from 25 to 44, 20.8% from 45 to 64, 15.4% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 34 years. For every 100 females, there were 97.1 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 89.4 males. The median income for a household in the city was $25,446, the median income for a family was $33,295.

Males had a median income of $24,375 versus $21,806 for females. The per capita income for the city was $14,445. About 12.0% of families and 17.3% of the population were below the poverty line, including 22.2% of those under age 18 and 20.1% of those age 65 or over. Jim Clark - bank robber and Depression-era outlaw The climate in this area is characterized by hot, humid summers and mild to cool winters. According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Mountainburg has a humid subtropical climate, abbreviated "Cfa" on climate maps. Mountainburg Schools, public school district


Cordignano is a town and comune with 7,020 inhabitants in the province of Treviso, Italy. Located on the border between Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia, the municipality of Cordignano covers a considerable portion of the territory, elevation varying between 25 and 1,079 metres above sea level, extending from the plateau to the plains below Cansiglio, to the north of road SS 13. Element that characterizes the region is the presence of Meschio River, which runs through the town, coming from Vittorio Veneto; the first inhabited center of the territory of the municipality dates back to prehistoric times. It traces of a fort dated between the 14th and 10th centuries BC, in the north, at the Alpine foothills of Belluno. In Roman times the area continued to grow in the agricultural field, forming an active farming community still witnessed in the Middle Ages, it was in this period. In the 13th century it became the curia of Da Camino between the 15th and 18th century it was a fief of the Rangoni family of Modena, passing in the 18th century to the branch of the Mocenigo family in Venice with residence at San Stae.

In the 20th century Cordignano should be remembered for the development of the craft industry, the industry, still thriving today, in part by changing the orientation of agricultural previous centuries and behaving a redesign of the territory, with vast industrial zones and new infrastructure. The different centers that draw the municipal area of rural origin, find their center in the ancient religious buildings are listed below those of historical and architectural importance: The Church of Saint Maria Assunta and Cassiano del Meschio is the church of Cordignano center, the hub of the city, it was built in the 17th century, stands on the foundations of ancient buildings dating back to the pre-existing Roman and medieval times. Internally it contains artistic works by Palma il Giovane, Giovanni De Min, Marco Domenico Tintoretto and Marco Vecellio, it is characterized by the presence, on the left side of a tall bell tower of the 20th century. St. Stephen's Church is the parish church of the frazione Pinidello important for the cycle of frescoes of the interior, attributed to Francesco Del Zotto.

Church of San Zeno is the ancient church, of the frazione Silvella. Church of San Valentino church of Ponte della Muda, with a small bell tower and a large stone statue of the patron saint inserted in front, above the stone portal. Oratory of Via Isonzo: octagonal building with a gabled portal, is inserted between the buildings of downtown and in a good condition. Oratory of Via Piave: small religious building with gabled façade with a portal surmounted by a tympanum remodeled. Among the civil architecture of some significance, the agricultural past has left the old villages, rural houses and some mansions, homes of families who have had influence on the territory and architectural expressions of their prestige. Below is a list of the main Venetian villas in the municipality: Villa Rota Brandolini d'Adda Casanova Zanussi Villa Mocenigo called "Belvedere" Villa Pizzamiglio Building of the 16th century in Ponte della Muda, the Palace was the seat of customs duty post in the only crossing place of the Meschio on the Venice-Udine, in fact the bridge of muda that gave name to the place.

The property has a large covered porch with vaulted ceilings on the ground floor, with round arches supported by columns decorated with sculptural elements, the first floor is open by single lancet rectangular and surmounted by a mezzanine in the attic. Cordignano is located south of the river Meschio, passing through the center of the square at the height of Piazza Italia, wetting the northern part of the park of Villa Rota Brandolini d'Adda; the many loops and the banks of the river, surrounded by numerous areas where the rural landscape keeps a certain integrity characterizing the territory of Cordignano. Premio Nazionale di Pittura, Grafica e Acquerello – Piero Della Valentina: annually, in the fall, is held a national painting prize established in 1989 which attracts artists from all over Italy and from abroad. Festa delle prealpi: in autumn. Ennio Salvador, cyclist There are 638 foreign residents in 8.9 % of the population. The following are the largest groups: Albanians, 156 Romanians, 130 Moroccans, 82 Macedonians, 36

1999 PBA Commissioner's Cup Finals

The 1999 PBA Commissioner's Cup Finals was the best-of-7 basketball championship series of the 1999 PBA Commissioner's Cup, the conclusion of the conference playoffs. The Formula Shell Zoom Masters and San Miguel Beermen played for the 73rd championship contested by the league; the San Miguel Beermen halted Formula Shell Zoom Masters' two straight title-winning runs and won their first championship in five years, under coach Jong Uichico, ushering a new era in their franchise history. Shell squandered a 15-point lead early in the third quarter but got big baskets from Benjie Paras and import John Best in the extension period. Paras and Best each scored 27 points, Best knocked in five points in overtime, including two crucial charities off Danny Seigle's offensive foul with 12.6 seconds left, Best' two free throws gave Shell an 88-84 lead. Victor Pablo and Noy Castillo rose to the challenge with Pablo scoring 23 points, seven of them in the final 12 minutes, Castillo's three-point shot down the stretch gave Shell their biggest lead at 68-55.

The beermen ripped the game wide open in the second quarter when they held the Zoom Masters to only three field goals and a charity while pouring in the shots for a 33-21 halftime advantage, San Miguel entered the fourth period with a 55-44 lead, But John Best, Victor Pablo and Noy Castillo combined to pull Shell within 59-63 with 5:35 remaining, the beermen came through with a 7-2 run with Freddie Abuda making a key putback and Terquin Mott hitting a baseline turnaround shot and a thunderous dunk over Benjie Paras. PBA official website

Pasta ZZ

Pasta ZZ was a former Yugoslav new wave band from Belgrade, notable as participants in the Artistička Radna Akcija project in 1981. The band was formed by vocalist Đorđe Lukić and guitarists Branislav Petrović "Banana" Srđan Debeljković, bass guitarist Višeslav Orinčić, drummer Dragoslav Radojković and; the only recordings the band released were two songs, "F. G. & Acreppy", written by Petrović and Lukić, "Drakula", written by Petrović, released on the Artistička radna akcija compilation of various artists in 1981, featuring the second generation of the Belgrade new wave and punk rock bands. After the release of the compilation, the band split up. Dragan Petrović joined the band Slomljena Stakla. Branislav Petrović joined Bezobrazno Zeleno and with them released their debut album BZ1. After the disbandment of Bezobrazno Zeleno, in 1985, he joined Električni Orgazam and has been a band member since. Throughout his career, he appeared as guest on numerous notable releases including the Partibrejkers debut and second album, playing harmonica, Ledeno doba and Sloboda ili ništa doing backing vocals, Srđan Gojković "Gile"'s solo album Evo sada vidiš da može as guest guitarist and Disciplina Kičme's albums Svi za mnom! and Kada kažeš muzika, na šta tačno misliš, reci mi?

Doing backing vocals. Radojković joined Kazimirov Kazneni Korpus, releasing their one and only split studio album, Kazimirov Kazneni Korpus / Profili Profili, he performed with Laibach, appearing on their first studio album. In 1986, with Partibrejkers guitarist Nebojša Antonijević "Anton", former Urbana Gerila bassist Srđan Marković "Đile" and Profili Profili and Kazimirov Kazneni Korpus bassist and vocalist Miodrag "Čeza" Stojanović, he formed the band Plaćenici; the band appeared with four songs on the Beogradski grafiti compilation of various artists, disbanded. In 2006, he appeared as guest drummer on Marković's band Supernaut's fourth studio album Eli. In 2004, a live version of the band's song "Moje mladosti" appeared on the Croatian compilation of various artists Tutti Pazzi Vol. 11. In the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "Missing Identity" Patrick finds a record of the band Sting Ray 5000 in a dumpster. In a Serbian language version of the episode, the name of the band is translated as Pasta ZZ.

"FG & Acreppy" / "Drakula" "Moje mladosti" EX YU ROCK enciklopedija Janjatović Petar.

European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology

The European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology was founded in 1985 by Robert Edwards and J. Cohen, who felt that the study and research in the field of reproduction needed to be encouraged and recognized, it is headquartered in Belgium. The aims of the society are: to promote the understanding of reproductive biology and embryology to facilitate research and the subsequent dissemination of research findings to the public, scientists and patient associations to inform politicians and policy makers in Europe; the society further engages in medical education activities, the development of data registries, the implementation of methods to improve safety and quality in clinical and laboratory procedures. The society consists of: General Assembly, comprising all its members, made up of diverse sub-special interest groups, such as andrology, reproductive genetics and law, paramedics; the official journal of the society is Human Reproduction. It is made up of three individual publications: Human Reproduction, Human Reproduction Update and Molecular Human Reproduction.

American Society for Reproductive Medicine Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority Assisted Human Reproduction Canada Official website

Jean Guiton

Jean Guiton was born in La Rochelle, where he followed the occupation of ship-owner. He became a notable Huguenot leader. Having been nominated Admiral of the fleet of La Rochelle, Jean Guiton fought the Naval battle of Saint-Martin-de-Ré against Royal forces on 27 October 1622, he participated to the uprising of Soubise in 1625, leading to the Capture of Ré island by Royal forces that same year. He became mayor of La Rochelle and, during the 1627-1628 Siege of La Rochelle, he organized an energetic resistance to the troops of king Louis XIII; the scene is still visible today in the City Hall of La Rochelle, where a marble table with a chip made by his dagger is on display. Richelieu offered him leadership in the royal fleet and he fought Spain. One of his daughters married the son of the famous Protestant admiral Abraham Duquesne, Abraham Duquesne-Guiton. Like many other Rochelais, Jean Guiton was a Huguenot