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Nina Boucicault

Nina Boucicault was an English actress born to playwright Dion Boucicault and his wife, actress Agnes Kelly Robertson. She had three brothers, Dion William, Dion Boucicault Jr. and Aubrey Boucicault, two sisters and Patrice. Her debut was at the Louisville Opera House and as a child she performed with her father. Beginning in 1892, she played Kitty Verdun in the original production of the hit comedy Charley's Aunt, she was the first to play the title role in J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan, beginning in 1904 at the Duke of York's Theatre, she retired from the stage in 1927, returning in 1935 and 1936 in Frolic Wind and Waste while continuing her film career. She died at Ealing, she was married three times: first to G. D. Pitman. Paddy the Next Best Thing Miriam Rozella This Week of Grace Oh, What a Night Juggernaut Strange Boarders Follow Your Star Boucicault Family Tree Nina Boucicault at IMDB.com Nina Boucicault at Stagebeauty.net Nina Boucicault portrait as Peter Pan from Flickr Nina Boucicault portrait as a young woman in Melbourne Australia sitting

Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship

The Minister of Immigration and Citizenship the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, is the Minister of the Crown in the Canadian Cabinet, responsible for Immigration and Citizenship Canada: the federal government department responsible for immigration and citizenship issues. The Minister is responsible for the Immigration and Refugee Board; the current minister is Marco Mendicino. Prior to 1950, the responsibilities of the original Citizenship and Immigration portfolio were within the post of Minister of Reconstruction and Supply, with the Indian Affairs branch the responsibility of the Minister of Mines and Resources. In 1966, the portfolio was replaced by that of the Minister of Manpower and Immigration, while the Indian Affairs branch was relocated to the new portfolio of Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development. Prior to 1994, the responsibilities of the current Citizenship and Immigration portfolio were divided between the posts of Minister of Multiculturalism and Citizenship and Minister of Employment and Immigration.

When the post of Minister of Citizenship and Immigration was resuscitated in 1994, those two portfolios were revamped. Key: From 1966 to 1977 the immigration portfolio was under the Minister of Manpower and Immigration and from 1977 to 1996 under the Minister of Employment and Immigration. Immigration to Canada Canadian citizenship

Fit-PC3

The fit-PC3 is a small, fan-less nettop computer manufactured by the Israeli company CompuLab. Several fit-PC3 variations are available - fit-PC3 was introduced early 2012; the device is power-efficient and therefore considered to be a green computing project, capable of using open source software and creating minimal electronic waste. The fit-PC3 has been released early 2012, CompuLab fit-PC3 includes: APU,:AMD G-T44R single core processor @ 1.2Ghz with AMD Radeon HD 6250 Graphics AMD G-T40E dual core processor @ 1Ghz with AMD Radeon HD 6250 Graphics AMD G-T56N dual core processor @ 1.65Ghz with AMD Radeon HD 6320 GraphicsMain I/O: AMD Embedded A55E Controller Hub Memory: Up to 8GB DDR3-1333 Display: Dual-head HDMI 1.4 + DisplayPort Audio: Digital 7.1 channels S/PDIF, stereo line-out, line-in, mic Storage: Internal 2.5" SATA III hard disk, mSATA socket and 2 eSATA ports Networking: GbE + 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi + BT 3 I/O: 2 USB 3.0 ports + 2 USB 2.0 ports on the back panel + 4 USB 2.0 ports on the front.

RS232. Expansion: 2 mini-PCI express sockets. One is usable as mSATA SSD drive with 2.3 board rev. the other is used by Wi-Fi when ordered with Wi-Fi Casing: Passively cooled die-cast aluminum 6.3" x 6.3" x 0.98". Higher wattage units use a ribbed heat sink type chassis. Custom extension board,:FM-1LAN 1 GbE, 4 USB 2.0 ports, 2 mini PCIe half sized slots FM-4E4U is 4 port GbE with 4 USB 2.0 ports. FM-E4U is 1 GbE with 4 USB 2.0 ports. FM-2MP has 2 mini-PCIe sockets. FM-VC Multiple input video & audio capture, including 2 USB 2.0 ports and serial port FM-USB3 has 2 USB3.0 and 2 USB 2.0 ports, plus 1 mSATA SSD storage slot FM-POE is Quad LAN + Power over Ethernet, with 4 USB 2.0 ports. FM-SER 6 ports supporting RS232 / RS485 / RS422, 2 CAN bus ports fit-PC Media PC Media center Nettop Industrial PC Official website fit-PC3 website fit-PC3 Users forum fit-PC3 Twitter Compulab website

HD 40307 f

HD 40307 f is an extrasolar planet orbiting the star HD 40307. It is located 42 light-years away in the direction of the southern constellation Pictor; the planet was discovered by the radial velocity method, using the European Southern Observatory's HARPS apparatus by a team of astronomers led by Mikko Tuomi at the University of Hertfordshire and Guillem Anglada-Escude of the University of Göttingen, Germany. This planet is the fifth planet from the star, at a distance of about 0.25 AU with negligible eccentricity. HD 40307 f's minimum mass is 5.2 that of Earth, dynamical models suggest it cannot be much more. Planets like this in that system have been presumed "super-Earth". Though HD 40307 f is closer to the star than Mercury is to the Sun, it gets less insolation than Mercury gets because the parent star is dimmer than our home star, it still gets more heat than Venus gets, it has more gravitational potential than Venus has. HD 40307 f is more a super-Venus than a "super-Earth". Moreover, planets b, c, d are presumed to have migrated in from outer orbits.

It is that this planet f formed further out. Whether it is a sub-Neptune or super-Venus is a moot point. "Super-Earth Discovered in Star's Habitable Zone". Exoplanets. 2017-05-10

Shut It Down (EP)

Shut It Down is the fourth extended play recording from Eddy "Rawsrvnt" Puyol. Soul Deep Records released the project on May 19, 2017. Puyol worked with Chuck Hemann, a frequent collaborator, in the production of the EP; the album artwork and design is by Edward Bayonet of iAMbayo.net. One of the first singles, "There Go That Man," was featured on ESPN's First Take during live broadcasts from the home cities in the 2017 NBA Finals and continued to be heard on the show throughout June; the track features Houston rap veteran Lil Raskull and is the second song from the duo to receive such placement on this network/show. That month the network extended the licensing agreement and used the song on their 2017 NBA Draft preview show as well as the next evening's live broadcast of the event. "There Go That Man" was utilized in as the single theme in an introductory video package, a clip showcasing the overall number one pick, as background music throughout the five-hour telecast. The title track, "Shut It Down," was licensed by CBS for a Miami Dolphins highlight package from the team's pregame show against the Minnesota Vikings and used as the theme song for the Miami Dolphins weekly TV show, Dolphins Weekly, throughout the 2017 National Football League season.

The Calgary Stampeders are big fans. So far the Canadian Football League's team has used three Rawsrvnt songs to hype up in-game action and promotional videos - and each year their team went to the championship game to capture the Grey Cup; the first was "Go Hard" from the album Game Changer, "All In" featuring Teron Carter and Pettidee, "Shut It Down" featuring PyRexx from Rawsrvnt's Shut It Down EP. 2018 was the year the team "Shut It Down" with a 27-16 win over the Ottawa Redblacks to win it all. It's the Stampeders eight Grey Cup, the team's first victory since 2014; the project features a guest artist on each of the five tracks and has Rawsrvnt leaning in to the sports anthem sound heard on several songs from his extensive catalog that have been used in athletic competitions and related national broadcasts. Shut It Down EP guest appearances are: PyRexx, Japhia Life, Greg Cooks, Lil Raskull and Teron Carter. Two music videos were released to support the Shut It Down EP; the first was a gritty performance clip edited by Blurry Vision Films for the title track.

Rawsrvnt joined PyRexx in Dallas, Texas for the shoot, given a "Visual Remixx" treatment with additional eye-popping effects by iAMbayo.net."On the Line" received a music video treatment. Japhia Life and Rawsrvnt met up in Florida to shoot the visual with Joel Davis; the video switches between darker scenes shot in front of the city's iconic, art deco Colony Hotel and a beautiful sunset at South Beach. Press materials for the release mentioned that the song's lyrics were "deeper than they first appear" given circumstances taking place in Rawsrvnt's life at the time the video was created. In his review for New Release Today, titled "Music for The Finals," Mark Ryan gave the album three out of five stars and noted that, "The production on this EP is well done."Rating the album a seven out of ten for Cross Rhythms, Tony Cummings says, "For me though the best cut is the title track which the rapper himself calls his'motivational music.' I love the way he expresses positivity and a fearless attitude."In the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Magazine recommendation of the album they said, "An album of songs that encourages listeners to give their best effort in any challenge, leaving no doubt who will be declared the victor."

Bob Howry

Bobby Dean Howry is a former Major League Baseball relief pitcher. Howry attended, played baseball at Deer Valley High School in Arizona he attended McNeese State University and was drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the fifth round of the 1994 Major League Baseball Draft. During the 1997 season, Howry was one of six prospects traded to the White Sox in exchange for Wilson Álvarez, Danny Darwin, Roberto Hernández in what became known as the White Flag Trade, he made his major league debut with the Chicago White Sox in 1998 and served as the team's closer, saving 28 games in 1999 until being replaced by Keith Foulke in early May 2000. He was dealt to the Boston Red Sox in 2002, but suffered right elbow problems that forced him to be put on the 60-day disabled list in late 2003. Howry recovered from right elbow surgery and made a comeback with the Cleveland Indians in 2004. In a year and a half with the Indians, Howry posted an 11-6 record with 87 strikeouts and a 2.61 ERA. In late 2005, Howry signed a three-year, $12 million deal with the Chicago Cubs, where he filled in for an injured Ryan Dempster during the 2007 playoff run, earning eight saves with a 3.32 ERA, was one of the Cubs' primary relievers in 2008, sometimes serving as setup man to All-Star closer Kerry Wood.

He is one of four pitchers who have pitched in at least 70 games each of the four seasons from 2004–08, the others being Scott Schoeneweis, Chad Qualls, Dan Wheeler. After the Cubs declined arbitration, Howry signed a $2.75 million, one-year contract with the San Francisco Giants on December 3, 2008. On December 28, 2009, Howry signed a one-year deal with the Arizona Diamondbacks with a club option for 2011. On May 17, 2010, he was released by the Arizona Diamondbacks to make room for acquired Saul Rivera. On May 21, Howry re-signed with the Cubs. On July 30, 2010, the Cubs released Howry. During his brief return to the Cubs in 2010, he was 0-3 with a 5.66 ERA in 24 relief appearances. Howry was released to make room for pitcher Carlos Zambrano, returning to the team from suspension. On February 27, 2011, Howry retired. List of Major League Baseball all-time saves leaders Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs