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Builder of the House

Builder of the House is an American folk pop band formed in Portland, Maine in 2011, consisting of lead vocalist and guitarist Rob Cimitile and drummer Elliot Heeschen. Cimitile began performing under the name Builder of the House in 2010, but the group was cemented after Rob and Elliot met as members of a Zimbabwean marimba band; the band's musical style includes elements of Americana, roots and African music in a modern pop idiom augmented with electronic sounds. In performance, the band utilizes live looping and synthesizers, as well as acoustic instruments; the band has opened for Kaleo, Dylan LeBlanc and the Beard, Kristeen Young. According to Rob Cimitile, the band's name is derived from a Buddhist parable about the root of human suffering. Since the release of two EP's and their first full-length album, the band's music has been featured several films including Don’t Think Twice, Better Start Running, Totem. Music videos for the songs "There Is No Hourglass, Only Sand" and "Look at the Man" have received acclaim at music award shows and domestic and international film festivals.

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Municipality of the District of Argyle

Argyle named the Municipality of the District of Argyle, is a district municipality in Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia. Statistics Canada classifies the district municipality as a municipal district; the district municipality occupies the eastern portion of the county and is one of three municipal units - the other two being the Town of Yarmouth and the Municipality of the District of Yarmouth. Argyle is a bilingual community, in which native speakers of English and French each account for about half of the population; as of 2016, 60% of the population speaks both French and English, one of the highest rates of bilingualism in Canada. Inhabited by the Mi'kmaq, it was called "Bapkoktek". In 1766, after his service in the French and Indian Wars, Lt. Ranald MacKinnon was given a land grant of 2,000 acres, he called. The township was granted in 1771. In the 2016 Census of Population conducted by Statistics Canada, the Municipality of the District of Argyle recorded a population of 7,899 living in 3,362 of its 3,821 total private dwellings, a change of -4.3% from its 2011 population of 8,252.

With a land area of 1,528.17 km2, it had a population density of 5.2/km2 in 2016. Education: No certificate, diploma or degree: 41.64% High school certificate: 16.38% Apprenticeship or trade certificate or diploma: 14.16% Community college, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma: 19.36% University certificate or diploma: 8.40%Unemployment rate: 10.7%Average house value: $147,574 List of municipalities in Nova Scotia Official website

Pyralis manihotalis

Pyralis manihotalis is a moth of the family Pyralidae described by Achille Guenée in 1854. It is a widespread, pan-tropical species, known from Africa, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Samoa, South America and the West Indies, it is recorded from Europe through accidental importation in bones and animal hides. The wingspan is about 12–20 mm, although given as a rather generous 24–37 mm in Goater; the larvae feed on a wide range of dead and decaying materials, including stored grain, pulses, dried fruit, animal hides and chocolate. Adults are nocturnal, though disturbed by day in warehouses. Weistein and Edwards found a self-sustaining population of this moth species feeding on bat guano in a cave. Zimmerman, Elwood C.. Insects of Hawaii. 8 Lepidoptera: Pyraloidea. University of Hawaii Press. Hdl:10125/7337. "62.0712 Pyralis manihotalis Guenée, 1854". Hantsmoths. Retrieved 22 November 2017. Weinstein, P. & Edwards, E. D. "Troglophilic Moths in Australia: First Record of a Self-sustaining Population".

Journal of the Australian Entomological Society. 33: 371-319

Deedan Muyira

Diana Deedan Muyira, is a Ugandan actress and media personality, known for playing the role of Tracy Kintu in Nana Kagga’s Beneath The Lies. Deedan was moved to Uganda to work. Deedan has been the host of Kampala’s biggest music festival and Wine since its inception, she has hosted many other events including Tokosa Food Fest. Deedan is a radio presenter on Radiocity Kampala and hosts, with her counterpart McKenzie, The Jam, an evening drive show which features music and information for Kampala, she joined the Urban Today show in 2016 after the departure of Gaetano Kagwa. In 2014, Deedan debuted her acting career on Beneath The Lies, playing Tracy Kintu, a woman from a rich family who faces domestic abuse from her husband. Flavia Tumusiime Nana Kagga Deedan Muyira on IMDB

Robert Tang

Robert Tang Ching, GBM, SBS, JP is a retired Hong Kong judge. He served as a permanent judge of the Court of Final Appeal, before that, the vice-president of the Court of Appeal in Hong Kong. Following his retirement, he was appointed a non-permanent judge of the Court of Final Appeal. Born in Shanghai, Robert Tang received his education in England. In 1969, he graduated from the University of Birmingham. Tang began his legal career as a barrister at Gray's Inn in England in 1969, he was called to the Bar in Hong Kong in 1970, the Bar of Victoria, Australia in 1984, the New York Bar in 1986. Tang was appointed as Queen's Counsel in 1986. In 1992, he was admitted as a barrister in Singapore. From 1988 to 1990 he was Chairman of the Hong Kong Bar Association. During his time in private practice, he was eminently successful and was described by his former pupil and current Chief Justice Geoffrey Ma to have had arguably "the most successful practice” in the profession. Tang served as a Deputy District Judge in 1982 and as a Deputy High Court Judge in 1986.

He was appointed as a Recorder of the High Court in 1995 and appointed a judge of the High Court in April 2004. He became a Justice of Appeal of the Court of Appeal of Hong Kong on 3 January 2005 and was appointed as the Vice-President of the Court of Appeal of Hong Kong on 1 November 2006, he was appointed a non-permanent judge of the Court of Final Appeal on 1 September 2010. He became a permanent judge of the Court on 25 October 2012. On 21 March 2018, the judiciary announced that Tang would be appointed as a non-permanent judge following his retirement. Tang is married to Cissy K. S. Lam and has two children and Charles Tang. In 2004, Tang was awarded the Silver Bauhinia Star for his judicial service in Hong Kong. Robert C. Tang's personal website