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Prince of Wales (cocktail)

The Prince of Wales is a cocktail created by Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, who became King Edward VII. There are several variations of the cocktail, but what they have in common is champagne, angostura bitters, either rye whiskey or cognac, a liqueur. An anonymous biography of King Edward, The Private Life of King Edward VII, credits the drink to the Prince himself; the cocktail consisted of "a little rye whisky, crushed ice, a small square of pineapple, a dash of Angostura bitters, a piece of lemon peel, a few drops of Maraschino, a little champagne, powdered sugar to taste."Sam Meyer, in Cocktailians blog, puts the quantities at 1 1/2 oz. rye 1 oz. Champagne 1 small piece pineapple 1 dash Angostura bitters 1/4 tsp Maraschino liqueur 1 tsp sugar The drink is prepared by stirring sugar and bitters, adding whiskey and liqueur pineapple; these are shaken with crushed ice, the mix is strained into a cocktail glass, one adds the champagne. Some recipes use cognac or brandy instead of rye whiskey, Bénédictine or other liqueur in lieu of Maraschino, orange in the place of pineapple.

The methods of preparation vary. Meyer says that the cocktail is "a marvelous drink with the spicy rye... and the sweet Maraschino and pineapple playing off each other and the bubbly tying it all together." According to André Dominé, Prince of Wales has bitter and sour in perfect harmony

Sunitha Upadrashta

Sunitha Upadrasta is a playback singer, host, dubbing artist & actress in the Telugu film industry known as Tollywood. She has received a National Award from All India Radio under light music category, two Film fare Awards for Best Female Playback Singer one each for Telugu and Kannada, 9 Nandi Awards, she received her first Nandi award in the year 1999 and bagged the prestigious awards in a row for the years 2002 to 2006 and again for the years 2010 to 2012. She was honored with Lata Mangeshkar Best Singer Award for 2011 by the Government of Andhra Pradesh. In the year 2019, Sunitha was honored with New Jersey state recognition award by the Senate and General assembly of the state of New Jersey passing a resolution to salute her excellence and contributions to the world of music and Indian Cinema, a rare felicitation given to an Indian artist by the state of New Jersey. Sunitha's commercial singing career began in the year 1995 with the movie Gulabi and has established herself as a leading playback singer of Telugu Film Industry with her mellifluous voice.

She is known as an anchor and host for music based programs and flagship programs, one among them was anchoring the historical Amaravati foundation-laying ceremony in the year 2015. Sunitha is associated as a judge to musical reality shows in various channels, her contributions as a voice-over artist giving voice to over 110 actresses in more than 750 films. Sunitha traveled extensively across 19 foreign countries offering her exclusive live performances across the world as an artist. Countries include USA, UK, UAE, Malaysia, Nigeria, South Africa, Scotland, SriLanka, Japan, Bahrain, Maurutis Sunitha was born on 10 May 1978 in Vijayawada & was raised in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh into a music loving family, her parents Upadrasta Narasimha Rao and Sumathi are well known to music lovers at Vijayawada and Guntur. Sunitha at the age of 6, got training in music from Pemaraju Surya Rao in Carnatic Vocal and Light music from Kalaga Krishna Mohan. At a early age, she got many opportunities to participate and perform in several concerts, including well known programs featured by All India Radio.

At the age of 13, she participated in Tyagaraja Aradhana utsavalu along with her guru Pemmaraju Surya Rao. She received numerous awards and appreciations in various competitions for her performances as a child prodigy, one of the special mentions is her scholarship from Central Government to pursue her musical trainings, she got married at the age of 19 to Kiran Kumar Goparaju who works in the media and they got divorced. The couple has A boy and a girl -- Aakash Goparaju and Shreya Goparaju. Shreya sang her debut song, "Tick... Tick... Tick..." in Telugu movie Savyasachi. She has begun her singing career as a playback singer in films at an age of 17. Sasi Preetham, a music director first gave her a chance to sing in her debut film Gulabi and her debut song is "Ee Vela Lo Neevu" written by Sirivennela Sitaramasastri, she sang single card for the National Film Award movie in Kannada Bhoomi Geetha in 1997, music composed by Ilaiyaraaja. Apart from that she sang Telugu TV serial title songs such as Ruturagalu & Antarangalu.

She received her first Nandi Award from the state of Andhra Pradesh for singing title song of Antharangalu in 1999. She has worked under the supervision of music directors like Ilayaraja, Vidya Sagar, M. M. Keeravani, A. R Rahman, S. V. Krishna Reddy, Raj, Vandematharam Srinivas, Mani Sharma, Ramana Gogula, S. A. Raj Kumar, Sandeep Choutha, Micky-J-Mayer, Devisri Prasad, R. P. Patnaik, Nihal, Kalyani Malik, Sunil Kashyap, Saluri Vasu Rao, Madhavapeddi Suresh, Saketha Sairam, Bunty, V. Harikrishna, Jassie Gift, S. Thaman etc, she rendered nearly 3000 songs in many south Indian films. She has sung in Telugu and Kannada. Sunitha sang Television film title songs for various serials and she lent her voice as a dubbing artist for the TV film series Andam. Sunitha was part of numerous private album recordings. Meera padavali and Aanota – Manasu palike vela are her two most known works composed by her Guru Kalaga Krishna Mohan, she featured in the private album Sri Ramachandra Krupalu, a bhajan by Tulsi Das and produced by

Chandrashekara Ashtakam takes a special mention for which music is composed by Sai Madhukar. Few other private albums to mention are Raghuram, Sai Sudha, Sri Venkateswara Thatwanidhi, Sri Vallabha Bhakthi Geethalu, Sai Darshanam, Sri Chidvilasam, Amma durgamma, Sri Rama Charanam, Govinda Ganamrutham, Saye Dhaivam, Bathuku Paata. Sunitha stepped in to the world of dubbing quite unwillingly and her ease at voice modulations made her the most sought dubbing artist for all the lead heroines after release of the movie Choodalani Undi in the year 1998 starring Mega star Chiranjeevi and Soundarya, in which she gave her voice to Soundarya, she achieved a rare feat as a voice-over artist in Telugu film industry with a record breaking contribution of lending voice to 110+ actresses spread across 750+ films. The numbers by themselves speak volume about her career as a voice-over artist, she holds a record of giving her voice for 60 movies in a single year. Gautamiputra Satakarni is her 750th movie as a dubbing artist in which she gave her voice to Shriya Saran.

It is quite uncommon to see movie dialogues of female lead roles getting quiet popular, witnessed in Jayam, Godavari movie dialogues delivered by singer Sunitha as a

James W. Coleman House

The James W. Coleman House, in Moultrie in Colquitt County, was built in 1903 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983, it is an imposing Late Victorian / Victorian Eclectic-style house. Queen Anne elements are its massing, its gazebo-like porch/tower, its irregular roof and corbelled chimneys. Eastlake details include machine-turned columns of interior staircase; the house is significant for its association with James W. Coleman of Swainsboro, who moved to Colquitt County in 1894, who built this house. Coleman operated Colquit County's first cotton gin; the house and farm were used in marketing the county. The property includes four contributing buildings

Erik Arvinder

Erik Arvinder is a Swedish violinist, multi-instrumentalist and orchestrator who has worked with artists such as Avicii, Childish Gambino and John Legend. Arvinder was raised in Stockholm, Sweden, he started playing in the Stockholm Youth Symphony Orchestra at the age of 13. He completed undergraduate and graduate studies in violin performance at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm. Arvinder began his career as a violinist and was a member of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra from 2008 to 2012, he has served as concertmaster for multiple Nordic ensembles and is one of the founding members of the Vamlingbo Quartet. Between 2011 and 2013, Arvinder toured as a multi-instrumentalist with Childish Gambino playing violin and percussion during the I Am Donald and Camp tours. In 2014, Arvinder toured as a violinist with John Legend during the All Of Me tour,Arvinder has worked as an arranger for multiple international music artists, including Avicii and Childish Gambino. Arvinder worked as an orchestrator for the 2015 film Creed, continued to orchestrate for multiple films and television shows, including Community and Chef's Table.

In 2017, together with Anthony Gonzalez and Chris Hartz, Arvinder arranged and orchestrated the Cirque du Soleil show Volta. As a multi-instrumentalist, Arvinder is a member of the band in the Swedish reality television music show Så mycket bättre. Galantis - "Hurricane" - Strings arranger, conductor Galantis & Dolly Parton - "Faith" - String arranger, conductor James Arthur - "Quite Miss Home" - String arranger, conductor John Williams - Star Wars: The Last Jedi - Original motion picture soundtrack - Violin Morrisey - Low in High School - Viola Justin Timberlake & Mitchell Owens - The Book of Love - Original motion picture soundtrack - Violin Harry Styles - Harry Styles - Violin Katelyn Tarver - Tired Eyes - String arranger, conductor Galantis - The Aviary - String arranger, conductor Anastacia - Evolution - String arranger, conductor Lady Antebellum - Heart Break - Viola Duncan Thum & Sebastian Ornemark - Chef's Table - Television soundtrack - Orchestrator Cirque du Soleil - Paramour - Arranger Cirque du Soleil - Volta - Arranger, orchestrator Michael Bublé - Nobody but Me - Violin Ludwig Göransson - Central Intelligence - Original motion picture soundtrack - - Orchestrator, violin Theodore Shapiro - Ghostbusters - Original motion picture soundtrack - Violin Ludwig Göransson - Creed - Original motion picture soundtrack - Orchestrator - violin Joshua Radin - Onward and Sideways - String arranger, conductor Demi Lovato - Confident - Violin Avicii - Stories - String arranger, conductor John Williams - Star Wars: The Force Awakens - Original motion picture soundtrack - Violin Ellie Goulding - Delirium, Violin Zara Larsson - Introducing EP, String arranger, conductor Lupe Fiasco - "Stellar Light" - String arranger, conductor Lykke Li - I Never Learn, Violin Childish Gambino - Because the Internet - String arranger, violin Tinie Tempah - Demonstration - String arranger, violin CeeLo Green - Cee Lo's Magic Moment, Violin Ludwig Göransson - Community - Television soundtrack - Orchestrator, violin Childish Gambino - Camp - String arranger, violin Robyn - Body Talk - Violin Lady Gaga - The Fame Monster - Violin Alexandra Burke - Overcome - String arranger, violin Lykke Li - Youth Novels - Violin Peter Bjorn and John - Living Thing - Violin Primal Scream - Beautiful Future - Violin Erik Arvinder playing violin in a String Quartet

River Bain

The River Bain is a river in Lincolnshire, a tributary of the River Witham. The Bain rises in the Lincolnshire Wolds at Ludford, a village on The Viking Way long-distance footpath, flows through or past the villages of Burgh on Bain, Donington on Bain, Goulceby and Hemingby before reaching the town of Horncastle where it is joined by the River Waring, which rises at Belchford, 5 miles to the north east of Horncastle. After leaving Horncastle, the Bain flows through the villages of Kirkby on Bain and Tattershall, joins the Witham at Dogdyke. In the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, after protracted negotiation, a group of venture capitalists led by Sir Joseph Banks canalized the Bain between Horncastle and the Witham; the Horncastle Canal opened in 1802 and was an important goods route before the coming of the railway. It is no longer navigable, but is used extensively by anglers and naturalists; the river contains significant populations of chub, bream and rudd, as well as brown trout, pike and smaller species such as miller's thumb and stone loach.

It is home to the threatened species of crayfish Austropotamobius pallipes, though there are populations of the introduced American signal crayfish, which competes with the native species for food. The Bain valley was formed by a glacier in the most recent ice-age and, although small, is obvious; the River Bain is susceptible to flooding and many floods have occurred during its history, about once every 30–50 years, the most recent being the 2007 United Kingdom floods, when the river overtopped its banks all along its course. Horncastle was badly hit. Settlements in the valley include Tattershall, Kirkby on Bain, Roughton, Hemingby, Goulceby with Asterby, Donington on Bain, Burgh on Bain and Ludford; this list is incomplete. This list is incomplete