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New Girl

New Girl is an American television sitcom created by Elizabeth Meriwether for the Fox Broadcasting Company that aired between 2011 and 2018. Under the working title Chicks & Dicks, the series revolves around a kooky teacher, after she moves into a Los Angeles loft with three men, Nick and Winston; the show combines comedy and drama elements as the characters, who are in their early thirties, deal with maturing relationships and career choices. New Girl is a joint production between Elizabeth Meriwether Pictures and 20th Century Fox Television and syndicated by 20th Television. Produced in Los Angeles as a single-camera comedy, New Girl is an ensemble show aimed at a general audience. Most episodes are anchored around Jess, according to series creator Meriwether, would have played a side character on other shows; the show's first marketing push was on Zooey Deschanel and the promotional tagline "Simply Adorkable". The producers rejected early criticism of Jess's girlishness, insisting that Jess was not meant to be emblematic of all women.

Instead, they aimed to portray realistic driven characters and to approach the show from that angle rather than firing off punchlines. New Girl received favorable responses from critics and was named one of the best new comedies of the 2011 fall season; the pilot episode drew 10.28 million U. S. viewers and a 4.8 adults 18–49 demo rating, making it the highest-rated fall debut for a Fox scripted show since 2001. Particular praise has been given to the performances of Deschanel, Greenfield and Morris. Max Greenfield was considered the show's breakout star in season 1, before critics named Jake Johnson the breakout star of season 2; the show has been nominated for several awards, including five Golden Globe Awards and five Primetime Emmy Awards. On May 14, 2017, Fox renewed the series for a seventh and final season consisting of eight episodes, which premiered on April 10, 2018; the series finale was aired on May 15, 2018. Jessica "Jess" Day is a bubbly teacher in her early 30s who comes home to find her boyfriend, with another woman and leaves him to look for elsewhere to live.

After answering an ad for a new roommate on Craigslist, she finds herself moving into a loft in Los Angeles with three men around her own age: Nick and Coach. After the pilot episode, Winston, a former roommate and Nick's childhood friend, replaces Coach, who had vacated the apartment to live with his girlfriend. Cece, Jess's childhood best friend and a successful fashion model visits Jess and the guys; the series follows the group's interactions with their romantic relationships. Midway through season 1, Schmidt and Cece get involved in a sexual relationship but break up at the end of the season. In Season 2, Jess is laid off from her teaching job. Jess and Nick become attracted to each other, making their relationship official at the end of season 2, it lasts through most of season 3. Coach returns to the loft in season 3 after revealing that he had broken up with his girlfriend and stays through season 4 where he moves out to be with another girl. After bouncing around several random jobs, Winston works to become a police officer with the LAPD, falls in love with his partner Aly.

At the end of season 4, Schmidt proposes to Cece, they marry at the end of season 5. In season 5, while Jess is on jury duty, the group brings in temporary roommate Reagan Lucas, whom Nick becomes interested in. In season 6, Schmidt and Cece buy a house that they have to remodel, living with the gang in the meantime. Season 7 advances the storyline three years where Schmidt and Cece have a three-year-old daughter named Ruth and Aly are expecting their first baby, Nick tries to find the right time to propose to Jess; the principal cast of New Girl includes: Zooey Deschanel as Jessica Day: a bubbly, offbeat teacher in her early thirties, from Portland, Oregon. In the premiere episode, she moves into the guys' apartment where Nick and Coach help her move on from a painful break-up with her boyfriend, Spencer. Jake Johnson as Nick Miller: Jess's roommate who works as a bartender. At the start of the series, he struggles from a break-up with his long-term girlfriend Caroline. Max Greenfield as Schmidt: Jess's roommate, an overly confident ladies' man.

He is a successful marketing associate in a female-dominated office. Lamorne Morris as Winston Bishop: a former basketball player and Nick's childhood friend from Chicago. Losing his post as point guard for a team in the Latvian Basketball League, he returns to America and moves back into the guys' apartment in the second episode. Hannah Simone as Cece Parikh: a fashion model and Jess' best friend since childhood. In spite of their differences, Cece is a loyal and protective friend to Jess. Skeptical of Jess' new roommates, Cece becomes interested in Schmidt. Damon Wayans Jr. as Coach: a cocky and driven former athlete who works as a personal trainer. He appears in the "Pilot" episode as a roommate, but has left in the second episode. After a break-up with his girlfriend, Coach returns to the loft after two years away and reintegrates himself back into the lives of his former roommates. Wayans once again departed the main cast this time at the end of season 4 but returns as a guest after that. Danielle and Rhiannon Rockoff as Ruth: Schmidt and Cece's three-year-old daughter, appearing in the seventh and final sea

Faisalabad District

Faisalabad District is one of the districts of Punjab province, Pakistan. According to the 1998 census of Pakistan it had a population of 3,029,547 of which 42% were in Faisalabad City, it is the third largest city of Pakistan after Lahore. The predominantly Muslim population supported Pakistan Movement. After the independence of Pakistan in 1947, the Muslim refugees from Eastern Punjab and Haryana settled in the Faisalabad District, it lacked industry and universities. Since independence, there has been industrial growth, the city's population is continually growing. Notable industry in the district include but not limited to Textile, consumer goods, Metals & Metallurgy and Power. A part of Jhang District, it gained the status of a separate district in 1904. In 1982 Toba Tek Singh District was created as a separate district from Faisalabad; as of 2006 it is a city district consisting of the city of Faisalabad. According to the 1998 census, Punjabi is the first language of 98% of the population; the variety of Punjabi spoken in the urban centres of the district is known as Lyallpuri and is closely related to the varieties spoken in Lahore and Gujranwala.

Urdu is the first language of only 1.2%, but it has official status and is used in education and administration. Until divisions were abolished in the year 2000 it was part of Faisalabad Division. Since 2005, Faisalabad was re-organized as a City-District, composes of eight Tehsil Municipal Administrations. Faisalabad Madina Town Jinnah Town Iqbal Town Chak Jhumra Town Jaranwala Town Samundri Town Tandlianwala Town Faisalabad City District Punjab Government website Faisalabad District - profile on Dawn.com

Enforcer (ship design)

The Enforcer is a ship design jointly developed by the Royal Netherlands Navy and the Spanish Navy. Development began in the 1980s, when the Royal Netherlands Navy began investigating ways to provide an amphibious transport capability. In 1994, preliminary design work began; the Spanish government proposed in 1990 to collaborate on the design. A Memorandum of Understanding was signed in June 1992. Development of the base design occurred during 1993, after which the navies turned to local companies for further design work and construction: Royal Schelde in the Netherlands, Bazán in Spain. Royal Schelde completed one ship to the Rotterdam class, with HNLMS Rotterdam constructed between 1995 and 1998. A second ship, HNLMS Johan de Witt, was laid down in 2003 and commissioned in 2007. Bazan/Navantia completed two ships to the Galicia-class design; the Enforcer design served as the basis of the British Bay-class landing ships. Four vessels were built for the Royal Fleet Auxiliary by two shipyards between 2002 and 2007, with one sold in 2011 to the Royal Australian Navy.

After building Rotterdam, Royal Schelde developed the "Enforcer Family": four variants of the Enforcer design intended for export sale. Increased modularity, less powerful propulsion systems, increased use of commercial construction standards allowed the company to offer the export variants at lower prices; the Enforcer design was considered a contender for the Indian Navy Multi-Role Support Vessel programme. Here is a list of ships that are based on the Enforcer design