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July Kaatril

July Kaatril is a 2019 Indian Tamil language romantic comedy film written and directed by KC Sundaram on his directorial debut. The film stars Ananth Nag, Anju Kurian and Samyuktha Menon in the pivotal roles while Sathish and model Paloma Monnappa in the supportive roles. Joshua Sridhar composed music for the film; this is the story of 3 people Rajeev and Revathi. Rajeev dates Shreya for sometime without being in love but gets engaged to her. Just before their wedding, he meets Revathi and finds Revathi as the love of his life and so breaks up the engagement. Rajeev is now passionately in love with Revathi. Revathi being an independent and a no-nonsense women who needs her space finds Rajeev over-imposing him on her and feels suffocated and breaks up with him. Now with all the three having had break-ups, the film is about. Ananth Nag as Rajeev Anju Kurian as Shreya Samyuktha Menon as Revathi Sathish as Murali Paloma Monnappa as Athena Sruthi Sai as Poorni Muthuraman as Rajeev's father Pavani Reddy as Natasha Mippu as Restaurant waiter The project was announced in around late 2017 as the maiden directorial venture by debutant KC Sundaram, who served as an assistant to the late director and cinematographer Jeeva, known for his works in Tamil including the critically acclaimed 2007 film Unnale Unnale.

KC Sundaram who worked as co-director along with Jeeva in Unnale Unnale film, suggested to be titled as July Kaatril, revealed the film title as July Kaatril for this project as a tribute to the late director Jeeva who died in 2007. The portions of the film were shot and set in Chennai and Kodaikanal. Popular emerging Malayalam actress Samyuktha Menon was roped into play the second female lead in the film and marks her Tamil film debut through this project; the album with five songs and the lyrics penned by Late Na. Muthukumar, Kabilan Vairamuthu, Soundararajan K. Songs List with Lyricist: Merkile Merkile – Na. Muthukumar, Soundararajan K Kayatha Kanagathe – Kabilan Vairamuthu Kangalin Oramai – Na. Muthukumar, Soundararajan K Kaatre Kaatre – Rohini Vaa Alaipol – Soundararajan K The official teaser of the film along with the audio was unveiled by actor Karthi on 3 March 2019. July Kaatril on IMDb

St Austell railway station

St Austell station is a Grade II listed station which serves the town of St Austell, England. It is 286 miles from London Paddington via Bristol Temple Meads; the station is operated by Great Western Railway. The station is situated on the hillside just above the town; the main buildings face the town's bus station. The station is served by both local and long-distance trains, including the Night Riviera sleeper service. St Austell opened with the Cornwall Railway on 4 May 1859. A report when the station opened stated that the departure station is an ornamental wooden structure, having projecting verandahs at each side, waiting room, ticket office, &c. similar to the corresponding building at Lostwithiel. Nearly opposite is the arrival station, built of stone, with projecting verandah over the platform and having convenient waiting, porters', lamp rooms. To the south of this is the goods shed, a stone building of the same dimensions as the goods shed at Lostwithiel, the provision has been made here, for the accommodation of the heavy goods traffic, anticipated from the district.

Amongst other arrangements adopted, with the view of preventing collisions and inconvenience, it has been determined that the passenger traffic shall pass to the station through a street in front of the post office, the goods traffic by Menacuddle Hill, in front of the Town Hall. The goods shed; this was not authorised by the original Act of Parliament but was deemed unavoidable unless the road was given a steep bridge to climb over the line. Palace Road was built along the back of the station in 1862 to make it possible for traffic from the east of the town to avoid the level crossing; the level crossing was closed on 21 September 1931. Road traffic now needs to cross the line on the bridge at the other end of the station, but a footbridge allows foot traffic to still cross the line at the old place. A large warehouse was added on the town side of the line in 1862, financed by selling the land to a third party who leased it back to the company, it was replaced by a large new goods depot a short distance east of the station on 2 November 1931.

For many years the original goods yard was used by Motorail trains which carried cars to Cornwall from London and many other places in England. As well as the general traffic for a busy town, the station handled large volumes of china clay from the surrounding district, of fish from Mevagissey; the steep hill from the town to the station caused problems for the horses hauling heavy wagons. The Cornwall Railway was amalgamated into the Great Western Railway on 1 July 1889; the Great Western Railway was nationalised into British Railways from 1 January 1948, in privatised in the 1990s. A listed GWR covered footbridge which dated from 1882 linked the platforms but was superseded by an accessible bridge in 2015; the old bridge remained in place but out of use until February 2019 when it was given to the Helston Railway by Network Rail. St Austell was a passing place from the opening of the Cornwall Railway and rudimentary signalling was provided operated, as was usual at the time, by men who had to walk between the different signals and points, the level crossing at the west end of the platform.

A signal box was provided at the west end of the station on the south side of the line. The line was doubled towards Par on 15 October 1893 and towards Burngullow on 26 March 1899. Around 1905 a new Great Western Railway Type 7C signal box was built on the opposite side of the line. A new goods yard was opened east of the station and the level crossing was closed on 2 November 1931 when a new 43-lever frame was provided in the signal box; the signal box closed on 22 March 1980 when control of trains through the station was transferred to the signal box at Par. The main building is on the south side of the line, nearest the town centre and facing the bus station, it was built in 2001 to a design by Lacie Hickie Caley. and contains a booking office and shop. The south side is Platform 1, used by trains running from east to west so it is the arrival platform for services from London Paddington and Plymouth and departure platform for Truro and Penzance. Platform 2 is used by trains running from west to east.

The wooden building on this platform dates from Great Western Railway days. The station car park is situated behind this platform. An accessible footbridge links the two platforms. At the east end of the platform is a road bridge carrying Carlyon Road over the line and beyond this is a small cutting, spanned by a footbridge; the original bridge survived for 150 years. St Austell is the fourth busiest station in Cornwall after Penzance and St Ives. Comparing the year April 2011 to March 2012 with that which started in April 2002, passenger numbers increased by 75%; the statistics cover twelve month periods. St Austell is served by all Great Western Railway trains on the Cornish Main Line between Penzance and Plymouth with one train per hour in each direction; some trains run through to or from London Paddington station via Exeter St Davids, including the Night Riviera overnight sleeping car service. There are a limited number of CrossCountry trains providing a service to destinations such as Birmingham New Street, Manchester Piccadilly, York and Glasgow Central in the morning and returning in the evening.

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Adventures (band)

Adventures is an American rock band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was formed in 2012 by three members of the hardcore punk band Code Orange – Joe Goldman, Reba Meyers and Jami Morgan – with their friends Kimi Hanauer and Dominic Landolina, they were signed to No Sleep Records, but transferred to Run for Cover Records. Adventures have released four EPs, followed by the 2015 studio album Supersonic Home. In May 2014, the band embarked on a tour with Foxing. Joe Goldman – bass, vocals Kimi Hanauer – keyboard, vocals Dominic Landolina – guitar Reba Meyers – vocals, guitar Jami Morgan – drums Supersonic Home Adventures Clear My Head with You Adventures / Run, Forever Adventures / Pity Sex Adventures on Facebook Adventures on Bandcamp

Gameplay of World of Warcraft

The game of World of Warcraft, or WoW, is set in a fictional world known as Azeroth and in the expansion The Burning Crusade extended the game to another world called Outland. The expansion Wrath of the Lich King added the frigid northern continent of Azeroth. In the expansion Cataclysm, the classic continents of Azeroth were drastically changed as some zones were destroyed and new ones were unveiled; the expansion Mists of Pandaria added the southern continent hidden behind a perennial mist cover, Pandaria. The expansion, Warlords of Draenor added Draenor, an Outland was before its partial destruction; the expansion Legion adds the Broken Isles, an island chain near the Maelstrom in the middle of the Great Sea, the damaged planet Argus, the headquarters of the Burning Legion. The latest expansion Battle for Azeroth adds 2 new continents to the center of the map of Azeroth and introduces 8 new races called Allied Races. In the game, players design a character to play based on a number of starting options, such as the race of a character and its type or class.

Gameplay consists of completing quests, dungeon runs and raids, other in-game activities, in order to obtain rewards which will allow one to improve one's character and equipment in order to be able to complete the more difficult quests, dungeon runs and raids. Players can participate in player versus player combat, either in large groups, small team matches, or individual skirmishes. Over time, a number of additional features and improvements have been added to the game world, such as additional locations to explore, seasonal and periodic events such as Halloween and weekly fishing competitions. Among the newer features added are a pet battle system akin to Pokémon, where players can collect pets all over the game world and battle with them and garrisons, a player-controlled area where players recruit non-player characters to carry out quests to earn players or the NPCs items. Players can modify their in-game experience through the use of third-party modifications such as macros and add-ons.

Any software that can modify game mechanics is against the terms of use. To start, players select a game server to play on; each realm is in one of four different categories, depending on which set of combat rules it uses. These can be either where players are focused on defeating monsters and completing quests, player versus player combat is not permitted unless inside opposing cities, or where open combat between players is permitted. There are dedicated roleplay versions of both these types, where players are encouraged to control their character as if they were an inhabitant of a fantasy world. Realms are categorised by the language players are encouraged to use, offering in-game support in that language. Players are able to transfer their established characters between realms in the same territory for a fee. A player may create up to eighteen characters per realm, with a maximum number of fifty characters per account. Once a player has selected a realm, an option to create a character is available.

A player can select one of two opposing factions to place their character in: the Horde or the Alliance. Characters can only group with other characters of the same faction; each faction has seven races. Race determines the character's appearance, starting location, initial skill set, called "racial traits"; the Alliance consists of humans, night elves, gnomes and worgen. The draenei and blood elves were added as part of the Burning Crusade expansion. Worgen and goblins were added for the Alliance and Horde in the following expansion pack, Cataclysm. In Mists of Pandaria, the pandaren were added as World of Warcraft's first "neutral" race. At the conclusion of the beginner zone quests for pandaren, the player must choose to permanently join either the Alliance or the Horde. In Battle for Azeroth there will be six additional allied races for players to use. Further options to customize the appearance, such as hairstyles, skin tones, etc. are available. Once set, the face and skin tone are not able to be changed.

The entire appearance of a character can be changed via Blizzard's paid character re-customization service. Depending on the race chosen and the expansions installed, a player has five to eight of the game's thirteen character classes to choose from; the mechanics of each class vary, with some geared towards melee combat, while others are more suited to attacking from range or casting spells. The game has DPS, tank and healer. Available classes are: druids, death knight, demon hunters, mages, paladins, rogues, shamans and warriors. Paladins were available only to Alliance races and shamans were only available to Horde races, but both classes were made available to both sides in The Burning Crusade; the death knight, introduced in Wrath of the Lich King, is a hero class, with the characters beginning at level 55 equipped with powerful gear. Creation of a death knight

Bobby Badon

Bobby Gene Badon is a farmer and businessman from Carencro, a former one-term Democratic member of the Louisiana House of Representatives from District 39. In 2012, the St. Martin Parish precincts were removed from District 39. Badon graduated in 1968 from Northside High School in Lafayette. Prior to his legislative tenure, Badon was a two-term member of the Carencro City Council in Lafayette Parish, he is a veteran of the United States Navy. Badon is Roman Catholic. In 2007, he defeated the Republican candidate, Raymond "La La" Lalonde, a former Democratic member of the Louisiana House. In the low-turnout general election held on November 17, 2007, Badon polled 3,914 to Lalonde's 3,662. Badon attributed crossover Republican voters, he vowed to end corrupt practices in Louisiana state government: "I have not sold my vote to any special interest group. When I get to Baton Rouge, I don't owe anyone any favors," he told the Lafayette Daily Advertiser. In the October 20 nonpartisan blanket primary Lalonde had led Badon, 4,352 to 4,028.

Two other primary candidates, both Democrats, held a critical 43 percent of the vote. Incumbent Clara Baudoin was hence ineligible to seek a fourth term. Badon served on these House committees: Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Development and Natural Resources and Environment. In 2010, Badon was ranked 94 percent by the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry and 67 percent by the Louisiana Family Forum. In 2009, he was given 100 percent ranking by the Louisiana Right to Life Federation. On January 18, 2010, Badon was arrested in Carencro for driving while intoxicated after a Louisiana trooper stopped him for alleged improper lane usage. In June 2011, a state district court judge, Herman Clause, threw out the first-offense DWI case on grounds that the officer had no grounds to have stopped Badon. On August 2, 2011, Badon announced that because of his farming and business commitments he would not seek reelection in the October 22 nonpartisan blanket primary. Home builder Stephen Ortego, a Democrat who polled 25 percent of the ballots in the 2007 primary against Badon, ran again for the post in redistricted territory.

The redrawn district includes Scott in District 45 represented by Speaker Pro Tempore Joel Robideaux of Lafayette, southern St. Landry Parish. Primary results place Ortego in the November 19, 2011, general election with Republican Don Menard, who led the three-candidate field with 44.5 percent. Ortego trailed with 35 percent, the Independent candidate, James "Jaime" Arnaud, held the remaining 20.5 percent of the ballots cast. Menard carries the backing of U. S. Senator David Vitter's Louisiana Committee for a Republican Majority. Stephen Ortego won the general election with 55 percent of the vote and served for one term until his own defeat