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Doug Redl

Doug Redl is a former Canadian football offensive lineman who played four seasons in the Canadian Football League with the Toronto Argonauts and Hamilton Tiger-Cats. He was drafted by the Saskatchewan Roughriders as a territorial exemption in the 1978 CFL Draft, he played CIS football at the University of Saskatchewan and attended Evan Hardy Collegiate in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He is the older brother of fellow CFL player Scott Redl. Redl played for the Saskatchewan Huskies from 1974 to 1977, he named to the Canada West conference all-star team at offensive guard in 1976 and 1977. He earned CIAU All-Canadian honours both years. Redl was named to the Canadian team for the Can-Am Bowl in Tampa, featuring college all-stars from Canada and the U. S, in 1977. Redl was selected by the Saskatchewan Roughriders as a territorial exemption in the 1978 CFL Draft, he played for the Toronto Argonauts from 1978 to 1979. He played for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in 1980 and 1982, his career ended due to a leg injury.

Redl was an assistant coach for the Saskatchewan Huskies in 1984. Just Sports Stats

Dinas Powys

Dinas Powys is a large village and a community in the Vale of Glamorgan in South Wales which takes its name from the ancient Welsh for stronghold, pagus, the Latin word for pagan. The literal meaning, being, "Pagan Stronghold", referring to Dinas Powys hillfort that dates from the Iron Age; the village is 5.6 miles south-west of the centre of Cardiff and conveniently situated on the A4055 Cardiff to Barry main road. It is regarded as a pleasant dormitory village for Cardiff's commerce and industry commuters since the city has expanded with widespread development around the Cardiff Bay area. Despite the addition of several housing developments over the past fifty years, the old village centre of Dinas Powys still has a unspoiled and rural feel, retaining a large village common and a traditional village centre complete with a post office and a range of small independent shops, public houses and community facilities. In addition there are shops, small supermarkets, Pharmacy and a Vets on the main Cardiff Road and a selection of shops on the Murch estate including a post office.

The Health Centre consisting of the doctors and Murch pharmacy relocated in April 2017 to the new Medical centre at the top of Murch Road, on the site of the old St Cyres, Dinas Powys site. According to recent electoral rolls the population is in the region of 8,800; this establishes the village as the fifth largest settlement in the Vale of Glamorgan and larger than many chartered towns in the UK. The Dinas Powys area has been populated since prehistoric times; the most ancient artifact found in the area is a Neolithic stone age axe-head, discovered by P. W. Brooks in 1949 and now displayed in the National Museum Cardiff; the hillfort was, in its time, considered to have great wealth. Indeed, in the age of Celtic Christianity, it is known that the residents of Dinas Powys had use of day to day objects from Bordeaux and Alexandria and, to this day, it remains one of the wealthiest parts of Wales; the village features substantial remains of a Norman castle and the adjacent Cwm George was the site of the celtic hill fort from which the village takes its name.

The hill fort site was excavated by Leslie Alcock of University College, Cardiff between 1954 and 1958 and was found to contain evidence of major wooden structures and a large quantity of high-status metalwork and jewellery. There were glass items and imported pottery dating from the sub-Roman period of between the 5th and 7th centuries; the castle was the seat of a Norman noble called Baron de Sumeri or Sumery, but the structure went into decline around 1322 when the de Sumeri male family line came to an end. According to the historian John Davies, the name Dinas Powys is derived from the Latin "Dinas Pagus" — meaning "city of pagans". In the 11th century Dinas Powis was under the control of Sir Reginald de Sully, one of the Twelve Knights of Glamorgan. In 1591, Sir Edward Mansel of Margam wrote his historical document recording The winning of Glamorgan and recorded: To Sir Reginald de Sully he gave the castle and town to be called Sully with the Manor of it, the Manors of St Andrews and Dinas Powys for his Granary and provisions.

This Sir Reginald bestowed much land in fee frankliege to his men and came to be a man of wealth and fame. He had at Sully besides his Castle a fair Manor house built after a new manner, where he did live the most of his time, which house as well as the Castle was broke down by Owain GlendowrLater in The winning of Glamorgan Mansel records: The Lordship of Llantwit is described as so fertile that as Glamorgan was called the Garden of Wales was this Lordship called the Garden of Glamorgan... and it is the flower of all the Country... and it was full of goodly villages and Courtly houses, most of them still in remaining. The Lord had in this Lordship a noble Castle at Dinas Powys and one at Barry, with his Court house of Llantwit and Grange house of Boverton, so that in the whole it is a most Goodly Country. Dinas Powis was included in the original medieval Welsh political sub-division called the Cantref Brenhinol which became the commote known as the Hundred of Dinas Powis, which encompassed St Andrews Major, Michaelston-le-Pit, Penarth, Sully and Llandough.

By 1833, Dinas Powys existed, but was still larger than nearby Penarth, until Penarth amalgamated with Cogan and Llandough to form a new Town Board. However, St. Andrews Major was at the time larger than Dinas Powis, but added together their population was still only 474 in total; the village population had remained static at about 300-400 people until the second half of the 19th century when there was an influx into this thriving rural community, including a large contingent from the West Country. The growth of the coal industry saw the first passenger train arrive in Dinas Powys on Sunday, 20 December 1898, thereafter the population increased rapidly; the new rail link was laid at the bottom end of the Dinas Powys valley and provided a rapid link to the new docks, built in Cardiff and Penarth to handle the expanding coal trade from the South Wales valleys. At that time the only features below St Andrews Major were the small hamlet of Dinas Powi

Aidan Troy

Fr. Aidan Troy is an Irish Catholic priest who has served in Rome, Ardoyne in Northern Ireland,and Paris, he is a member of the Passionist order. He was born in Bray, County Wicklow in 1946, his father worked on the railways and his mother looked after him, bis brother and sister. He gradtuated from University College Dublin with a BA in pnilosophy in 1967 and from Clonliff College with a Batchelor of Divinity in 1971, he was ordained around Christmas 1971. He was posted from Rome to the Ardoyne area of Belfast, he became head of the board of governors of Holy Cross Primary school, a Catholic school in a Protestant area. In June 2001 Loyalist protestors began picketing the school, claiming that Catholics were attacking their homes; the harassment escalated from sectarian taunting to stones, bricks and blast bombs after the school holidays. He walked with the children daily for three months. During this time he received a series of death threats. One one occasion polie offered to escort him to the border with the Republic of Ireland as there had been a threat to kill him that weekend.

He turned down that offer as well as an offer of the use of an apartment in Belfast owned by the Irish government. In April 2003 a 17 year old took their own life in Holy Cross and the experience he had dealing with the deceaseds' family led him to publish a book, Out Of The Shadow: Responding To Suicide in 2009. In 2008 he was posted to a parish in Paris, he was reluctant to leave. He started cycling in Paris, he is a fan of Accrington Stanley F. C.. He suggested in 2014 that the French practice of separating religious and secular education is something that might be explored in Ireland

Bruno Sávio

Bruno Sávio da Silva, known as Bruno Sávio, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Guarani on loan from Louletano as a forward. Born in Pará de Minas, Minas Gerais, Bruno Sávio joined América Mineiro's youth setup in 2013, after a trial period. On 5 August 2014, after impressing with the under-20s, he renewed his contract until 2017. Bruno Sávio made his senior debut on 1 February 2015, coming on as a second-half substitute in a 0–0 Campeonato Mineiro away draw against Guarani, he made his Série B debut on 9 May, starting in a 1–1 home draw against Bahia. Bruno Sávio scored his first professional goal on 3 October 2015, netting a last minute winner in a 2–1 success at Mogi Mirim. Bruno Sávio at Soccerway

David North (comics)

David North is a fictional mutant character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. He was known as Maverick, more as Agent Zero; the character first was created by Jim Lee. Daniel Henney portrayed Agent Zero in the 2009 superhero film X-Men Origins: Wolverine. David North has appeared in a self-titled one-shot Maverick: In the Shadow of Death as well as a self-titled short-lived ongoing series called Maverick; as Agent Zero, he became a regular in the second series of Weapon X. Christoph Nord was born in East Germany to American parents, his early history is clouded in mystery, though there are whispers that his parents were involved with the Nazi regime. He had an older brother, Andreas. A mutant, Christoph possessed the ability to absorb kinetic energy through impact with little to no harm. A self-described idealist, he fought against the communist regime during the height of the Cold War, joining a West German black ops unit named Cell Six. On a mission in Italy, he was injured by a rival assassin codenamed the Confessor.

While recovering, he met Ginetta Barsalini, whom he fell in love with and married. Over the next three years, Cell Six's field agents were eliminated one except for Nord. Nord realized. Threatening to shoot her, he demanded to know her employer. Saying he didn't have the guts to shoot a defenseless woman in cold blood, she lunged at him with a knife, causing him to shoot her in self-defense. Dying, she revealed that in killing her, he killed their unborn child. Long after this incident, Nord continues to be wracked with guilt about the betrayal and still seeks answers as to whom Barsalini was working for; this watershed moment left Nord cold and distrusting of everyone women. Fueled by the betrayal, North became one of the most efficient covert operatives in Germany. In the 1960s, his exploits caught the attention of the CIA, who offered him a spot in the clandestine Team X, he agreed, at this time, changed his name to David North. As a part of Team X, he was one of the several mutant operatives the government experimented on and exploited.

Each member unknowingly received false memory implants, North received a slight healing factor culled from Logan's DNA. North's immediate team consisted of three field agents: North and Victor Creed; the mutant teleporter John Wraith referred to as Kestrel, served as the team's intelligence man and extractor. It was at this time that North began wearing his signature black faceplate. On a mission in East Germany, both Creed and Logan were badly injured. Rather than follow protocol and leave them, North dragged them to the extraction point. Cornered by Andreas Nord, now an assassin, North saved his teammates the only way; because of this incident, Logan holds North in high regard. Another mission saw, they succeeded in stealing the carbonadium synthesizer, necessary for the Russian to control his death factor pheromone. Taking down the psychopathic Omega Red was not as easy. In the chaos, Creed panicked, killing Janice Hollenback, the CIA mole they were attempting to rescue; the team escaped by jumping from a ten-story window.

The synthesizer was thought lost, a rift formed between Creed and Logan due to Creed's actions on the mission. Unbeknownst to the agency, Logan hid it. North did not know for sure. By the early 1970s, Team X was summarily disbanded. However, the team's agents were captured by Weapon X to be used as test subjects; when Logan underwent the adamantium bonding, he went on a murderous rampage, allowing North and the others to escape. Around this time, North inexplicably lost his powers. Undaunted, North continued to work in espionage as a mercenary using the trade name Maverick; the inspiration for the name had come from a conversation in which North boasted that he neither trusted nor needed anyone, to which Logan responded, "A regular maverick, eh?" Time passed and Maverick developed a reputation as one of the best-hired guns available. Maverick compensated for his lack of powers with meticulous planning and a reliance on the latest technology, he worked for private parties and governmental agencies alike, taking several contracts from retired Major Arthur Barrington, the man who had brought North into the CIA.

When Omega Red captured Wolverine as well as several of the X-Men in Berlin in an effort to locate the carbonadium synthesizer, Maverick was sent in by Barrington. Maverick tracked Sabretooth to Omega Red. With the X-Men's help, he hid it once again. Maverick aided the X-Men in combat against Sabretooth, Omega Red and Matsu'o Tsurayaba. During the course of this incident, Maverick murders Dr. Abraham Cornelius in cold blood. Barrington sent him to acquire the Xavier Files, profiles of the powers and weaknesses of various mutants, which were compiled by the X-Men's founder. Maverick killed Dr. Alexander Ryking. In the clash, Warhawk exploded destroying the files. Maverick was hired by the US government to protect Aldo Ferro, a former Weapon X member. Former Team X alumni sought. Unbeknownst to Team X, Ferro was the second Psi-Borg and was responsible for the planting of false memories during their time with Weapon X. Betrayed by Ferro, Maverick sided with his former teammates Wolverine, Silver Fox, John Wraith, Ferro was kille