Phaseolus is a genus of herbaceous to woody annual and perennial vines in the family Fabaceae containing about 70 plant species, all native to the Americas Mesoamerica. It is one of the most economically important legume genera. Five of the species have been domesticated since pre-Columbian times for their beans: P. acutifolius, P. coccineus, P. dumosus, P. lunatus, P. vulgaris. Most prominent among these is the common bean, P. vulgaris, which today is cultivated worldwide in tropical and temperate climates. Phaseolus species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species, including common swift, garden dart, ghost moth Hypercompe albicornis, H. icasia and the nutmeg. The generic name Phaseolus was introduced by Linnaeus in 1753, borrowed from the Latin phaseolus a combination of phasēlus and the diminutive suffix -olus, in turn borrowed from Greek φάσηλος'cowpea'; this term is incorrectly glossed as'kidney bean', a New World crop, but the word's ultimate origin of is unknown.
Previous classifications placed a number of other well-known legume species in this genus, but they were subsequently reassigned to the genus Vigna, sometimes necessitating a change of species name. For example, older literature refers to the mung bean as Phaseolus aureus, whereas more modern sources classify it as Vigna radiata; the snail bean Vigna caracalla was discovered in 1753 and in 1970 moved from Phaseolus to Vigna. The modern understanding of Phaseolus indicates a genus endemic only to the New World. Species have been organized into eight groups based on phylogenetic clades
Young Money Entertainment is an American record label founded by rapper Lil Wayne. Young Money's president is fellow rapper Mack Maine; the label is distributed by Republic Records. The label has released fourteen US albums that reached number one on the Billboard 200 chart: Tha Carter III, I Am Not a Human Being, Tha Carter IV and Tha Carter V by Lil Wayne, Thank Me Later, Take Care, Nothing Was the Same, If You're Reading This It's Too Late, What a Time to Be Alive, More Life and Scorpion by Drake, Pink Friday and Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded by Nicki Minaj. Current artists include Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Mack Maine, Lil Twist, Cory Gunz, among others; the label has released three compilation albums — We Are Young Money, Rich Gang, Young Money: Rise of an Empire. The label was formed in 2005. In 2007, In an interview with Vibe magazine, Lil Wayne detailed he stepped down as President of the label, had given the position to Cortez Bryant; as of 2009, Mack Maine is serving as President. Canadian rapper Drake signed a joint venture between Cash Money Records and Young Money.
President Mack Maine confirmed that Omarion was no longer on the label after many rumours were circulating the internet. To promote the label's first collaboration album, We Are Young Money, Young Money artists embarked on the Young Money Tour; the collaborative album was released on December 21, 2009, debuted at number nine on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling 142,000 copies in its first-week sales. The album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America for selling over a shipments of 500,000 copies in the United States. We Are Young Money featured the successful single "BedRock", which debuted at thirty six on the Billboard Hot 100 on the week ending December 12, 2009. On the week ending March 13, 2010, the song reached a peak of two, making it the most successful single by the group on the chart. "BedRock" debuted in the UK Singles Chart on 6 February 2010 at forty. On March 6, 2010, the single climbed to twenty two, the subsequent week the single climbed to eighteen, marking Young Money's first Top 20 hit in the UK.
Peaking at number nine on April 3, 2010, making it Young Money's first Top 10 hit in the UK. The label had three of the top 10 highest 2010 hip hop album sales with Drake's Thank Me Later, Lil Wayne's Rebirth and I Am Not a Human Being. On March 6, 2010, Lil Wayne confirmed. In 2011, Konvict Muzik artist T-Pain signed to the Young Money roster after he and Akon agreed to part ways after his last Konvict release RevolveR; that year, T-Pain revealed that he was close to signing a deal with Young Money, but it never concluded. In November 2011, Lil Wayne introduced 14-year-old singer Torion Sellers to Young Money. On February 15, 2013 Mack Maine announced group We the Future and Lil Wayne's 14-year-old daughter Reginae Carter had signed to Young Money. In the same year, Young Money released Lil Wayne's I Am Not a Human Being II, Tyga's Hotel California and Drake's Nothing Was the Same on March 26, April 7, September 24, respectively. In December 2012 Mack Maine announced. In February 2013, label co-owner Birdman released a compilation mixtape with Cash Money and Young Money titled Rich Gang: All Stars.
Shortly after, Birdman announced compilation album Rich Gang and its schedule for release to be on May 21, 2013. He added Rich Gang would feature members of Cash Money, Young Money and various Young Money collaborators; the first single from the project, "Tapout", was released on March 12, 2013, featured Lil Wayne, Mack Maine, Nicki Minaj and produced by 808 Mafia's Southside and TM88. The album would be pushed back to July 23, 2013. On January 22, 2014, it was revealed that Young Money would be releasing their own compilation album on March 11, 2014, titled Young Money: Rise of an Empire; that same day, the first single "We Alright" featuring Lil Wayne and Euro was released. Drake's Nothing Was the Same leftover "Trophies" would be included on the album; the album's second single, "Senile", was released February 14, 2014. It is by Tyga, Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne and was produced by David D. A. Doman. "Trophies" and Minaj's "Lookin Ass" were met with more chart success than the first two singles.
After years of tensions with Birdman and Universal Music Group over unpaid advances and rights to his catalogue, Lil Wayne filed for lawsuit in 2015 for $51 million. In 2018, Lil Wayne and Universal settled, which details Lil Wayne would receive over $10 million that failed to be paid to him, Young Money's ownership would be transferred from Cash Money to Universal directly. Additionally, Birdman's 49 percent ownership in Young Money would be transferred to Wayne, which took effect on September 13, 2018. Detail The Olympicks Official website
Westfield Washington Township is one of nine townships in Hamilton County, United States. As of the 2010 census, its population was 32,884 and it contained 12,477 housing units. In 2007, the township had 29,361 residents. Due to Clay Township becoming more conservative with development due to a reduction in available land over the past few years, Westfield Washington Township has seen an increase in residential communities being developed. Washington Township was organized in 1833. In 2018, the Hamilton County Board of Commissioners ordered that Washington Township change its name to Westfield Washington Township, effective November 10, 2018. According to the 2010 census, the township has a total area of 55.98 square miles, of which 55.68 square miles is land and 0.3 square miles is water. The streams of Bear Creek, Cool Creek, Finley Creek, Grassy Branch, Jones Ditch, Kreager Ditch, Little Eagle Creek, Woodruff Branch run through this township. Westfield Eagletown Hortonville Lamong Adams Township Jackson Township Noblesville Township Clay Township Eagle Township, Boone County Union Township, Boone County Marion Township, Boone County The township contains twelve cemeteries: Anti-Slavery Friends, Eagletown, Hammack, Little Eagle Creek, Memorial Park, Pleasant View, Sugar Grove, Summit Lawn, Summit Lawn and Thomas And Moore.
U. S. Route 31 State Road 32 State Road 38 Helicopter Airways of Indiana Pace Airport Wilderness Field Westfield Washington Township residents may obtain a free library card from Westfield Washington Public Library in Westfield. U. S. Board on Geographic Names United States Census Bureau cartographic boundary files Indiana Township Association United Township Association of Indiana
Sergio Ortega was a Chilean composer and pianist. Ortega was born in Chile, he studied composition with Roberto Falabella and with Gustavo Becerra-Schmidt in the National Conservatory at the Universidad de Chile. After graduating, he worked in the Institute of Musical Extension and was a sound engineer for six years in the University’s Experimental Theater, Teatro Antonio Varas. Ortega was a force for the leftist movement in Chile. Not only did he compose President Salvador Allende’s electoral theme song, "Venceremos", he was the author of the worldwide anthem of popular resistance, "¡El pueblo unido, jamás será vencido!". He was the composer of the anthems of the Partido Radical, the Juventudes Comunistas, the Central Única de Trabajadores, he turned Salvador Allende’s political plan, embodied in the texts of Julio Rojas, into an album of songs called Canto al Programa, performed by Inti-Illimani. Ortega composed some of the seminal works of the movement known as the Nueva Canción Chilena, a fusion of rhythms and styles with a social conscience.
In his work, one can find poems, operas and soundtracks. Among his most famous works are the songs "El monte y el río”, "Les deux mers”, a trilogy about the French Revolution. Ortega composed a fair number of songs for use in the theater, one of his last works being the opera of fellow communist Pablo Neruda's epic poem "Fulgor y muerte de Joaquín Murieta", he worked on a musical version of Neruda's Canto General with Gustavo Becerra, staged in 1970. In 1978, Ortega wrote a cantata of Neruda’s "Bernardo O'Higgins Riquelme, 1810. Poema sonoro para el padre de mi patria", for the liberator of Chile. Ortega worked with his eldest son, Chanaral Ortega, on an operatic version of Pedro Páramo, the novel by Mexican writer Juan Rulfo. In 1969, Ortega became a professor of composition in the Conservatory. In his classes and master classes in composition took part: Gustavo Baez, Mirtru Escalona-Mijares, Christine Groult, Adolfo Kaplan, Sergey Kutanin, Arthur Lavilla, Clem Mounkala, Chanaral Ortega-Miranda, Martin Pavlovsky, Claire-Melanie Sinnhuber and others.
In 1970, he began to direct the University's TV station, Channel 9, which he continued until 1973. At the end of 1973, after the September 11 coup, Ortega fled to France, where he resided until his death. In 1978 Ortega visited the USSR, participated in the festival "Red carnation", he was given permission to return to Chile in 1983, did so several times. During his exile, Ortega directed L'Ecole Nationale de Musique, in France. Ortega died of cancer at the age of 65 on September 15, 2003 in Paris, four days after the 30th anniversary of the coup d’etat, his remains were repatriated to Chile. Sergio Ortega's official website
WOKI is a United States FM radio station serving the Knoxville, area with a news-talk format. It is owned by Cumulus Media. WOKI operates at 8,000 watts at 98.7 MHz with a tower twenty miles northwest of Knoxville. Its city of license is Tennessee. On June 14, 2010, it was announced that on July 9, sister station WNOX would move its talk radio format to WOKI's frequency. Weekend programming includes a line-up on various topics such as gardening, home maintenance and mortgages and health, as well as syndicated programming like Kim Komando and ABC's Radio Perspective; the station is an affiliate of the Tennessee Titans radio network. WOKI-FM on the 100,000-watt 100.3 FM frequency, began in the mid-1970s with a progressive rock format and automated programming pre-recorded by the DJs, but by the late 1970s had switched to a successful Top-40 format mixed with some southern and hard rock, live radio personalities. During the late 1970s WOKI-FM carried University of Tennessee Volunteers football games and for two years sponsored the "Ramblin' Raft Race" on the Clinch River.
The station has several popular air personalities including Mike Beverly, "The Brothers", Shotgun Stevens, Brother John St. John who held court each evening with the raunchy "Boogie Check" call-in program. Meanwhile, WOKI broadcast on 1550 kHz on the AM dial with an adult contemporary format. WOKI became WORI and ceased broadcasting altogether, while WOKI-FM after its switch to the Top-40 format was in heavy competition with WRJZ, WIMZ for the Knoxville market's top rock station. After the early 1980s WOKI dropped the hard and southern rock and sports, became a Top-40 pop station thru 1993, broadcasting as "FM 100", "Hits 100", "I-100"; the station became known as "The Hitkicker," in 1993 broadcasting a country format until 1997 when they became “Outlaw Country 100.3” followed by a classic hits format, known as “Eagle 100”. In 1998 they changed to an Adult Album Alternative format as "100.3 The River", "98.7 The River" when the WOKI call letters moved to 98.7. The 100.3 frequency is now occupied by WNOX, whose talk radio format moved to WOKI July 19, 2010.
WOKI's tower, while on 100.3, was located on Cross Mountain north of Briceville and accordingly, its signal could be received throughout east Tennessee as well as significant parts of southeastern Kentucky, in small portions of Virginia, North Carolina, West Virginia and Georgia. WOKI was named from its license city Oak Ridge by taking every other letter OKI. WXVO played country music in 1989 and switched to active rock as "98.7 The X". From 1999 to 2002 the station was WSMJ, with a smooth jazz format; as WYIL "Wild 98.7", the station was Rhythmic CHR until WOKI moved from 100.3 to 98.7. Starting in 2007 the station was known as "98.7 Earl-FM" with an oldies format using The True Oldies Channel. After filing for bankruptcy, Citadel Broadcasting ended its lease agreement with Oak Ridge FM, Inc. for the 100.3 WNOX frequency two years early. On July 19, 2010 WNOX moved its former programming to 98.7 WOKI, with 100.3 FM airing nothing but reminders that former WNOX listeners should turn to 98.7. The switch came 14 days earlier than they had announced.
The True Oldies Channel programming has since moved to a simulcast with WMTY AM 670 and WMTY-FM Citadel merged with Cumulus Media on September 16, 2011. Query the FCC's FM station database for WOKI Radio-Locator information on WOKI Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WOKI
Unsraw was a Japanese visual kei metal band signed to the label Speed Disk. They formed in July 2006 and disbanded in 2011. After the dissolution of the independent band Core the Child, vocalist Yuuki and drummer Shou started a new project called UnsraW; the band performed several "secret lives" with no releases, were scouted by Speed Disk, a record label specializing in visual kei bands. After signing to Speed Disk, UnsraW released the singles "-9-" and "Gate of Death". Both singles were limited to a 1000-copy pressing, sold out quickly. In late 2006, the band released its first EP, Spiral Circle in two types, which sold out soon after release. Beginning in 2007, UnsraW began releasing material in Europe through import label CLJ Records, with their first full-length album Spiral Circle -Complete-, concert DVD Screaming Birthday; the band went on to release another single leading to a pair of EPs in the summer of 2007 titled Abel and Kein. Abel was released in August, while Kein was released on September 26.
The two EPs were released as a single album in Europe with a bonus track, in Japan with a differing bonus track. After a few shows initiating 2008, Yuuki became ill and unable to perform with the band; the rest of the members performed instrumental shows. In April, it was revealed Yuuki would be returning to music, but that he was still fighting a lung disease. In May UnsraW announced. In June 2009, UnsraW announced that Yuuki had made a full recovery, they would perform two return lives scheduled in August to celebrate Yuuki's return. Due to a hand injury acquired in a motorcycle accident on 24 December 2008, bassist Jun decided to withdraw from the band. After restarting their activities in August, UnsraW announced the release of their first single after one-year hiatus; the single was released on 23 September and included three songs: Nightmare and Switch. On 13 January 2010 it was announced Rai would be leaving UnsraW on February 27, after their European tour. Upon Rai's departure, two new members were introduced: Jin.
It was announced they'd be doing a one-man live show on 19 April 2010 called "Trace of Guilt" in Takadanobaba area. On 3 March 2011, Unsraw disbanded; this information was released on their official website, but the band still performed their remaining scheduled shows. A year after their disbandment announcement, Yuuki made public on Unsraw's website his desire of doing a second final performance with the band due to his absence in 2011; the concert was scheduled on June 23. Yuuki - vocals, programming, composer/lyricist Madoka - guitar Tetsu - guitar Jin - bass guitar Shou - drums, composer Jun - bass guitar Rai - guitar Spiral Circle -Complete- Abel/Kein Spiral Circle Calling Abel Kein Guilty "-9-" "Gate of Death" "Lustful Days" "Reborn" "Kleza in Utero" "Kleza in Marsh" "Kleza in Red Clay" Screaming Birthday Gate of Birth Official website Unsraw at CLJ Records