Kingston are a pop/rock band from Auckland, New Zealand who formed in 2006. The band are best known for their song "Good Good Feeling", used in a New Zealand ad campaign for KFC. Dan Gibson and Scott Cleary wrote songs together as teens. Dan met Shohan Hustwick at a Waddington youth camp in 2005 and invited her to practice as they wanted to form a band; the trio heard of Ben Barter through the local music scene and they had their first practise as a band in Ben's Mum's sewing room. Kingston are climbing up the New Zealand music scene, their music has been featured on television ads for V and promotion for Pepsi both in New Zealand and Australia. They have had two independently released singles, Good Good Feeling and Round We Go. Kingston have played to thousands at many international music festivals around the world such as Parachute Music Festival, One Movement Festival in Perth, CMJ Festival in New York City, many other local gigs in countries around the world; the group's debut album Black & Bloom was released in 2013
Atsede Kidanu is an Ethiopian politician and diplomat. She was the first female to earn a bachelor's degree in Law from Addis Ababa University and focused on International Law in her postgraduate studies. From 2001 to 2003 Atsede was the Minister Consular of Ethiopian Embassy in South Africa, she has served as permanent representative of Ethiopia to the African Union and chargé d'affaires and Minister Counsellor in Dakar and other Ethiopian diplomatic missions, including the embassy in Accra, Ghana. Mrs. Kidanu was the chairperson of the committee charged with reclaiming Ethiopian property impounded in Eritrea following Eritrea's invasion of Ethiopia. In 2011, she gave a speech to the International Organization for Migration, she asserted that the government of Ethiopia took the partnership “very and jointly” and they would work with the IOC to manage migration more effectively. One of few senior female career diplomats, Atsede has headed the African Affairs Directorate and North American Affairs Directorate and the International Treaties and Agreements Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
She has participated in many notable international negotiations such as the United Nations General Assembly and other forums representing Ethiopia. She is serving as the Deputy Head of Mission to the Embassy of Ethiopia in Berlin. In this position, she helped lead an exhibition on Ethiopia at the "Alte Burg" in Germany, she is serving in the Mission to the UN in New York City, gave a speech on women's issues to the body in 2009. She has campaigned for women to have a greater role in the socio-economic development process. Staff
Franz Josef Radermacher is a German mathematician and economist. He is Professor of Informatics at Ulm University, he is one of the co-founders of the Global Marshall Plan Initiative that suggests a socio-ecological plan to eradicate poverty, increasing global wealth while protecting natural resources. Radermacher earned a PhD in Mathematics from RWTH Aachen in 1974, he earned a second PhD in Economics from the University of Karlsruhe in 1976. From 1983 till 1987, Radermacher was Professor for Applied Computer Science at the University of Passau. Since 1987 he is Professor for Artificial Databases at the University of Ulm. From 1988 till 1992 he was the President of the Society for Mathematics and Operations Research. Radermacher is an authority in the fields of globalization, innovation and global sustainable development, he was awarded the Planetary Consciousness Prize in 2004 by the Club of Budapest. FJ Radermacher: The Importance of Metaknowledge for Environmental Information Systems, Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Advances in Spatial Databases RH Möhring, R Müller and FJ Radermacher: Advanced DSS for scheduling: software engineering aspects and the role of Eigenmodels, Annals of Operations Research RH Mohring, FJ Radermacher: Introduction to stochastic scheduling problems, Contributions to operations research R Kalakota, FJ Radermacher: Electronic commerce: building blocks of new business opportunity, Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce M Bartusch, RH Mohring, FJ Radermacher: M-Machine Unit Time Scheduling: A Report on Ongoing Research, Lecture notes in economics and mathematical systems O Günther, FJ Radermacher, WF Riekert: Environmental monitoring: Models and systems, Environmental Informatics FJ Radermacher: Global Marshall Plan:: a Planetary Contract, T Schauer, FJ Radermacher: The Challenge of the Digital Divide: Promoting a Global Society Dialogue, University of Ulm Publishing Group www.tagesspiegel.de www.welt.de The Global Marshall Plan for a World Wide Eco-Social Market Economy: An Austrian Idea Gains Steam
Tomohiro Tsuboi is a male Japanese voice actor. He is part of 81 Produce Mausu Promotion. ACTORS: Songs Connection Buso Renkin D. Grayman Fortune Arterial Gakuen Heaven Hakuouki: Shinsengumi Kitan Katanagatari Kochoki: Wakaki Nobunaga Naruto Naruto Shippuden Onmyou Taisenki Rin-ne Starship Operators Tears to Tiara Tokyo Majin Trouble Chocolate X-Men Evolution Zegapain Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas Gaki no Ryoubun series 4: Uwasa no Shinzui Gaki no Ryoubun series 5: Akuun no Jouken Recipe Yume no You na Hanashi Full House Kiss Hakuoki Shinsengumi Kitan Hakuoki Zuisouroku Hakuoki Shinsengumi Kitan Hakuoki Shinsengumi Kitan Hakuoki Yugiroku Princess Maker Sengoku Basara 2 Tears to Tiara: Kakan no Daichi - Taliesin Tenchu 2 Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpuchō: Tō Solatorobo: Red the Hunter Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger: K-tai Investigator 7: Kamen Rider Decade: Kamen Rider OOO: Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters: 24 Bottoms Up ER The Hunting Party Velvet Goldmine Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Tomohiro Tsuboi at Anime News Network's encyclopedia 81 Produce
Anthony Sackville Lawrence was an English first-class cricketer and British Army officer. After attending the University of Cambridge, where he played first-class cricket for Cambridge University Cricket Club, Lawrence served with the Coldstream Guards from 1933 until his death in 1939. During his military service he represented the British Army cricket team in first-class cricket; the son of Dr Gwynne Lawrence, he was born at Mayfair. He was educated at Harrow School, where he captained the school cricket, football and running teams, before going up to Trinity Hall, Cambridge. While attending Cambridge he was a second lieutenant in the Cambridge University contingent of the Officers' Training Corps, he made his debut in first-class cricket while at Cambridge, playing for the Free Foresters against Cambridge University in June 1932 at Fenner's. The following week he made his debut for Cambridge University against Sussex. Lawrence played first-class cricket for Cambridge twice in 1932, following that up with nine appearances in 1933.
He scored a total of 384 runs in his eleven first-class matches for Cambridge, at an average of 24.00 and a high score of 52 not out. He gained a cricket blue in 1933, he appeared in one first-class match for the Marylebone Cricket Club against the South at Lord's in 1933, scoring 61 in the MCC first-innings. After graduating from Cambridge, Lawrence chose a career in the British Army, enlisting with the Coldstream Guards, he was promoted to the rank of lieutenant in January 1935. In that same year he played a first-class match for the British Army cricket team against Cambridge University, scoring 80 runs opening the batting in the Army's first-innings, he served in Palestine prior to serving as the aide-de-camp to John Loder, the Governor of New South Wales, until relinquishing his appointment in October 1938. He died at Westminster following an illness. Anthony Lawrence at ESPNcricinfo