Ondo or Ondo State is a state in Nigeria created on February 3, 1976, from the former Western State. It included the present Ekiti State, split off in 1996. Akure is the state capital; each Nigerian state has several ministerial offices representing the federal government. Ondo state borders: Ekiti state to the north, Kogi State to the northeast, Edo State to the east, Delta State to the southeast, Ogun State to the southwest, Osun State to the northwest; the state contains eighteen local government areas, the major ones being Akoko, Okitipupa and Owo. The majority of the state's citizens live in urban centers; the big government universities in Ondo state are the Federal University of Technology Akure and the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko. Ondo State consists of 18 local government areas, they are: Akoko North-East Akoko North-West Akoko South-East Akoko South-West Akure North Akure South Ese Odo Idanre Ifedore Ilaje Ile Oluji/Okeigbo Irele Odigbo Okitipupa Ondo East Ondo West Ose Owo The ethnic composition of Ondo State is from the Yoruba subgroups of the Akoko, Ikale, Ilaje and Owo peoples.
Ijaw such as Apoi and Arogbo populations inhabit the coastal areas, a sizeable number of the Ondo State people who speak a variant of the Yoruba language similar to Ife dialect reside in Oke-Igbo. Languages of Ondo State listed by LGA: Elizade University Federal University of Technology Akure Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko Ondo State University of Science and Technology, Okitipupa Achievers University, Owo Wesley University of Science and Technology Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo Adeyemi College of Education National Open University of Nigeria, Akure University of Medical Sciences, Ondo Federal Polytechnic, Ile Oluji Federal College of Agriculture, Akure Mo Abudu - media mogul Gani Adams - activist and politician King Sunny Adé - musician Adebayo Adefarati - former Governor Ondo State Ilesanmi Adesida - physicist Akintunde Aduwo - former Governor Western Region/Navy Vice Olusegun Agagu - former Governor Ondo state Chinko Ekun – singer, rapper Oluwarotimi Odunayo Akeredolu - politician Akintunde Akinwande - engineering professor Yemi Alade - musician Bamidele Aturu - human rights activist Akinyelure Patrick Ayo - banker, politician Reekado Banks - singer, songwriter Hosea Ehinlanwo - former Senator Omotola Jalade Ekeinde - actress, singer Olu Falae - banker, politician Gani Fawehinmi - author, lawyer Jimoh Ibrahim - lawyer, politician T. B.
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Baron Holles, of Ifield in the County of Sussex, was a title in the Peerage of England. It was created on 20 April 1661 for the Honourable Denzil Holles, second son of John Holles, 1st Earl of Clare, he was succeeded by the second Baron. He had been created a Baronet, of Winterbourne in the County of Dorset, in the Baronetage of England in 1660; the titles became extinct on the death of the third Baron and second Baronet, in c. 1692. Denzil Holles, 1st Baron Holles Francis Holles, 2nd Baron Holles Denzil Holles, 3rd Baron Holles Earl of Clare
Black Buddafly is a German R&B duo composed of twin sisters Aminata "Amina" and Safietou "Jazz" Schmahl, who are of Senegalese and German descent. The sisters were born in 1983 to a Senegalese father, they were discovered in 2002, along with their older sibling, Sophie, by producer and manager Orrin Ennis, who signed the sisters to Germany's RCA as a trio under the name Choyce. In 2005, they signed to Def Jam, releasing the singles "Rock-a-Bye" and "Bad Girl" with the rapper Fabolous. Sophie departed the group in 2006 and Amina and Jazz continued the group as a duo. Black Buddafly disbanded and Amina pursued a solo career. In 2013, she garnered attention as a cast member on Hip Hop: New York. Worst Of.... Black Buddafly:'The Forgotten MP3s Black Buddafly on Myspace
Aude Oliva is a French professor of computer vision and human-computer interaction at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Oliva has a dual French baccalaureate in physics, she earned a Masters of Science in experimental psychology and cognitive neuroscience from the Institut National Polytechnique in Grenoble and a doctorate from the same university in 1995. She joined the MIT faculty in 2004 and CSAIL in 2012. Oliva's group investigates how psychological perception of an image can change based on memorability and limitations of human visual systems, her most recognizable work is the hybrid image, the classic example of which combines the high-frequency outline and detail of Albert Einstein's face with a blurry, low-frequency image of Marilyn Monroe. Such images have found use in information privacy, time-lapses and brainteasers. Another branch of her research deals with object-vs-scene image processing in human brains, where Oliva and others have postulated that part of our visual system focuses on a fast recognition and classification of a familiar scene rather than individual component objects in the scene.
She has most used deep learning to teach computers how to recognize locations in an image by a combination of its features. For example, a bed and posters might indicate a bedroom, while a stove and countertop might indicate a kitchen. Oliva's work has been used by those in the field of artificial imagination, the concept of building a human-like consciousness from computer algorithms. 2016 – Vannevar Bush Fellow 2014 – Guggenheim Fellow 2006 – CAREER Award, Cognitive Neuroscience Fellow, Association for Psychological Science
Love and Kisses is a 1965 American comedy film starring Ricky Nelson as a young man who tries to grow up and emancipate himself from his middle-class parents by getting married. Based on the 1963 stage play of the same name by Anita Rowe Block, the film was written and directed by Nelson's father, Ozzie Nelson. On the day he graduates from high school, Buzzy Pringle secretly marries his girlfriend Rosemary, whom he met at school and who still has to do another year because she has failed French. Buzzy's family are horrified on hearing the news of their wedding as Buzzy, unable to care for Rosemary, suggests that for the time being he and his wife live in his old room in the Pringles' suburban home. At first Buzzy's parents suspect that Rosemary must be pregnant, but it soon turns out that neither of them has had sex before, it falls on Buzzy's father to have a man-to-man talk with his son on the latter's wedding night and to tell him all there is to know about the birds and the bees. The newlyweds' first marital crisis arises after only a few weeks when Rosemary, while her husband is away doing a summer job at the company his father works for, attempts to be a housewife but in fact lacks the necessary skills.
The situation escalates when Buzzy finds out that it is his father rather than the company, paying him. His confidence is temporarily shattered, but Buzzy recovers and is able to make some important decisions, he finds a real job and rents a small apartment and in the end is reunited with Rosemary. Ricky Nelson as Buzzy Pringle Jack Kelly as Jeff Pringle Kristin Nelson as Rosemary Cotts Jerry Van Dyke as Freddy Pert Kelton as Nanny Howard McNear as Mr. Frisby Barry Livingston as Bobby Alvy Moore as Officer Jones Madelyn Himes as Carol Pringle Sheilah Wells as Elizabeth Pringle Ivan Bonar as Assemblyman Potter Ozzie Nelson bought the rights to Anita Rowe Block's 1963 stage play Love and Kisses, with the intention of adapting it for the screen as a vehicle for his son Ricky, he made a deal with Universal Pictures to write and direct the feature. Nelson cast Ricky's then-wife Kristin as the love interest. Singer-songwriter Sonny Curtis was hired to write two songs for the film, "Love and Kisses" and "Say You Love Me" with Kristen Nelson in mind.
Ricky Nelson recorded the songs. To promote the film and the songs, Nelson performed them on the television series Shindig! on November 13, 1965. List of American films of 1965 Love and Kisses on IMDb
Wireless Health is the integration of wireless technology into traditional medicine, such as diagnosis and treatment of illness, as well as other tools that can help individuals improve their personal health and wellbeing. Wireless health differs from mHealth in that wireless health solutions will not always be mobile and mobile health solutions will not always be wirelessly enabled. Mobile broadband connectivity is useful in reaching new patients in remote areas while improving productivity and convenience through data transmission. 3G, 4G, Bluetooth low energy, other radios such as BodyLAN, ANT+, etc. Cardionet’s 3G-enabled wireless service line, Mobile Cardiac Outpatient Telemetry allows for immediate arrythmia detection. Dexcom makes glucose sensing technologies with an FDA-approved product that enables users to manage diabetes with real-time glucose information and trends that can detect dangerous glucose levels. A&D makes connected activity monitors, weight scales and blood pressure monitors with software to gather and analyze personal health data.
Entra Health Systems makes integrated bluetooth-enabled, WiFi, Cellular blood glucose meters that work with an online data collection network to upload and report patient blood glucose readings. A weight management system consisting of an armband and an online Activity Manager that automatically tracks activity and sleep. Used in combination with a food log, the system provides a complete picture of the three components of weight loss: calories in, calories out and sleep quality. Mhealth Telehealth Telemedicine Ehealth West Wireless Health Institute Continua Health Alliance Don jones