Pike County is a county located in the U. S. state of Arkansas. As of the 2010 census, the population was 11,291; the county seat is Murfreesboro. Pike County is Arkansas's 25th county, formed on November 1, 1833, named for Lieutenant Zebulon Pike, the explorer who discovered Pikes Peak, it is dry county. The first known residents of the area now considered; the Quapaw tribe was prominent in the area, as well as the Kadohadacho, Cahinnio tribes. Expeditions led by Hernando de Sieur de La Salle passed through the area. Around 1800, the Kadohadocho tribe migrated to Texas to avoid further repeated attacks by the Osage, who would venture in from the Oklahoma area. Pike County was part of the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, on November 1, 1833, Pike County was created, out of Clark and Hempstead counties by the Arkansas territorial legislature and named after Zebulon Pike. A post office was established in what is now Murfreesboro, with the town itself receiving its name due to some of its first residents having originated from Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Until it was named, Murfreesboro had been referred to as "Forks of the Missouri" or "Three Forks". Much of the county's documented history was destroyed in the court house fires of 1855 and 1895. During the Civil War, Pike County men formed two full companies for service in regiments formed in Montgomery County, in the Confederate Army, with the most active being the 4th Arkansas Infantry, the county was in support of the Confederate States of America. In 1864 Murfreesboro served as a winter quarters for the Confederate regiments assigned to that area, with Union Army regiments wintering just eighteen miles away in and around Antoine. In 1900, Martin White Greeson, who owned property in Pike County and owned and operated the Murfreesboro-Nashville Southwest Rail-Road, began campaigning for a dam on the Little Missouri River to alleviate flooding, it was not until 1941 that the project was approved, construction began on June 1, 1948, was completed on July 12, 1951. The lake created by the dam was named Lake Greeson in Greeson's honor.
In the early 20th century, Arkansas was the headquarters of one of the state's most productive lumber mills, received its name from Thomas Whitaker Rosborough, owner of the lumber company. That company, originating in Rosboro moved to Springfield, where today it is one of the largest forest product producers in the U. S. and it operates under the name of the "Rosboro Timber Company". During World War II Murfreesboro was used as a site to work German prisoners of war. Since the late 19th century, the county's main source of employment has been in the timber industry. According to the U. S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 614 square miles, of which 601 square miles is land and 14 square miles is water. U. S. Highway 70 Highway 8 Highway 19 Highway 26 Highway 27 Highway 29 Highway 84 Montgomery County Clark County Nevada County Hempstead County Howard County Ouachita National Forest As of the 2000 census, there were 11,303 people, 4,504 households, 3,265 families residing in the county.
The population density was 19 people per square mile. There were 5,536 housing units at an average density of 9 per square mile; the racial makeup of the county was 92.04% White, 3.47% Black or African American, 0.65% Native American, 0.16% Asian, 0.02% Pacific Islander, 2.60% from other races, 1.07% from two or more races. 3.57% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race. There were 4,504 households out of which 32.10% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 60.90% were married couples living together, 8.30% had a female householder with no husband present, 27.50% were non-families. 25.20% of all households were made up of individuals and 13.40% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.47 and the average family size was 2.94. In the county, the population was spread out with 24.90% under the age of 18, 7.30% from 18 to 24, 26.40% from 25 to 44, 24.50% from 45 to 64, 17.00% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 39 years.
For every 100 females there were 97.20 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 93.40 males. The median income for a household in the county was $27,695, the median income for a family was $32,883. Males had a median income of $27,294 versus $17,266 for females; the per capita income for the county was $15,385. About 12.80% of families and 16.80% of the population were below the poverty line, including 20.80% of those under age 18 and 20.20% of those age 65 or over. Over The past few election cycles Pike County has trended towards the GOP; the last democrat to carry this county was Bill Clinton in 1996. Crater of Diamonds State Park & Water park Delight Glenwood Murfreesboro Antoine Daisy Nathan Pisgah Salem Kirby Billstown Highland Langley Lodi Newhope Rosboro Townships in Arkansas are the divisions of a county; each township includes unincorporated areas. Arkansas townships have limited purposes in modern times. However, the United States Census does list Arkansas population based on townships.
Townships are of value for historical purposes in terms of genealogical research. Each town or city is within one or more townships in an Arkansas county based on census maps and publications; the townships of Pike County are listed below.
Pandalian is a multinational developed animated series, with characters created by the Taiwanese company named TVbean, animation produced by Fuji Creative Corporation and Planet Inc. in Japan with Nelvana in Canada, Funimation jointly control sales and merchandising rights outside of Asia. On 5 October 2004, Nelvana announced the production of the series; the series first broadcast 19 December 2004 on TTV Main Channel. Its first Japanese broadcast started on Animax on 8 January 2005, followed by Tokyo MX TV in April 2005; the series premiered in Canada on YTV on 5 July 2006 and is part of the KidSuite package in 2016. Between May 2005 and December 2005, Nelvana Limited Completed re-packaging 26 episodes of Pandalian for the North American Market; this included story adaptations and new music underscore and theme. It follows the story of a fairy named Mi, sent to Planet Pandasia to warn the residents about a great evil that threatens to destroy Pandasia, she chooses a heroic panda named Toby to defeat King Audie and his minions and Silver, who want to collect the seven Beans of Power and rid Pandasia of its colourful, beautiful environment and replace it with a dark wasteland.
Toby is a shy, yet sweet panda, Toby is thrust into a world of adventure when he finds out that he's Pandasia's Chosen One, the Valor Bean Warrior, leader of the seven Pandalian Bean Warriors. The country boy became an employee of Bean TV, thanks to his friend Love. Though Cool dislikes him at first, Toby works hard to become his friend, tries to accomplish his job: Saving Pandasia from King Audie and King Kulu! Didi is Toby's tiny yellow dinosaur friend. Yubby is a relative. Abby is a relative. Mi is a precocious young fairy. At first, she hates being on Pandasia, wants to go home, but as the series progresses, she likes being with the Pandalian Warriors, refuses to leave when her parents want her to, her wand carries a magical book. She is stubborn, in the beginning, has a disliking for Cool. King Panno is Mi's dad Queen Laila is Mi's momCool is an arrogant, self-centered panda, who cares only about himself. Cool has a great disliking for Toby, sees him as competition for Love's affection, until Cool accepts Toby as his friend.
He built his own battle robot, the Pandabot, his own car, the Coolmobile. In the episode "The Danger Down Deep", Cool is affected by the Desira-Bean; when he falls off a cliff into the sea, his friends think he is dead, when he is a captive of King Audie. The Desira-Bean transforms him into King Kulu, who takes control of Audie's castle and his minions, turning Audie into a miniature toddler. After his friends find out he is alive, they fight Kulu, trying to save him. Mi tells the others. Cool is turned back to normal, he is, at first, the Desira-Bean Warrior, but at the end of the show, it is revealed that, he too is the warrior of the Valor-Bean. Love is the daughter of Bean TV's owner, she is a kind young panda, who always cares about others. Though she always seems like a damsel in distress, she is the warrior of the Adora-Bean, her compassion towards others makes her a natural. Love has been friends with Cool for a long time, but she didn't seem to return his infatuation with her, she appeared to have a crush on Toby.
Oscar is the main reporter from Bean TV. He is obsessed with getting the scoop of the century, will do anything to find it, he likes to put on his special suit and become Panda Hero, he is the warrior of the Plasma-Bean. Oscar saved Max. Oscar thinks Bingo and Congo are lazy and self-centered at first, but becomes friends with the twins, falls in love with Bingo, who brought out his sensitive side; when she was frozen, Oscar cried, was determined to save her. Max is Oscar's food obsessed camera man; when he and Oscar were children, Oscar found him floating in the sea, saved his life. Max forgot where he came from, became Oscar's best friend. On in the series, Max finds out that he was born on the center island where Yani lives. Max is the warrior of the Yum Yum-Bean, is the strongest member of the team, along with Congo. Yani: Yani is a little fairy who looks like a toddler, she floats around in a pink bubble, is the tribe leader of the center island, where Max was born. She is hurt by pollution and destruction of the center island forest, which made her bubble turn dark.
In the final episode, the Wisdom Tree in the center of the planet died, Yani's bubble faded, she collapsed, nearly dying. When the tree was healed, Yani's bubble reappeared, she woke up. Yani is the warrior of the Zen-Bean, always has to talk sense into Oscar. Bingo: Bingo is a small but tough little panda, who will always fight her way out of a situation, she is an experienced athlete, cares for her twin brother Congo. She has feelings for Oscar, which she'll admit. Bingo is a warrior of the Powerup-Bean, along with Congo. In the episode "Panda's On Ice", Bingo is frozen solid after pushing Congo out of the way of a cursed icicle; as she froze, she calmly told her friends to not touch the ice. She told Oscar to be careful, to take care of Congo, which shows her growing f
Porrhomma is a genus of sheet weavers, first described by Eugène Louis Simon in 1884. As of May 2019 it contains twenty-four species, found in Europe and Asia: Porrhomma altaica Růžička, 2018 – Altai Porrhomma boreale – Russia, Mongolia, USA Porrhomma borgesi Wunderlich, 2008 – Azores Porrhomma cambridgei Merrett, 1994 – England to Italy and Czechia Porrhomma campbelli F. O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1894 – Europe to Russia Porrhomma cavernicola – USA Porrhomma convexum – USA, Greenland, Caucasus, Kazakhstan Porrhomma egeria Simon, 1884 – Europe Porrhomma errans – Western to Central Europe, Italy Porrhomma longjiangense Zhu & Wang, 1983 – Russia, China Porrhomma magnum Tanasevitch, 2012 – Russia, Kazakhstan Porrhomma microcavense Wunderlich, 1990 – Belgium, Germany, Slovakia, Russia Porrhomma microphthalmum – Europe, Turkey, Kazakhstan, China Porrhomma microps – Europe Porrhomma montanum Jackson, 1913 – Europe, Korea, Japan Porrhomma nekolai Růžička, 2018 – Russia, Canada, USA Porrhomma oblitum – Europe Porrhomma ohkawai Saito, 1977 – Japan Porrhomma pallidum Jackson, 1913 – Europe, Iran, Kazakhstan Porrhomma profundum M. Dahl, 1939 – Germany, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria Porrhomma pygmaeum – Europe, Caucasus, Central Asia, Japan Porrhomma rakanum Yaginuma & Saito, 1981 – Japan Porrhomma rosenhaueri – Western and Central Europe, Russia Porrhomma terrestre – Canada, USA List of Linyphiidae species
Dianne "Di" Bates is an Australian writer and teacher. Bates was born in Sydney and spent her early years in Appin, New South Wales, attending Campbelltown High School, she undertook teaching training in Wollongong where she received a Diploma of Teaching, since gaining a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Wollongong. While teaching, Bates began her writing career with her first book, published by Penguin Books in 1980. Since she has published over 120 books for young readers; some of these books have won state and national awards. Her junior verse novel, Nobody's Boy and junior novel, The Shape, have won CBCA Notable Awards. Bates has received Grants and Fellowships from the Literature Board of the Australia Council for the Arts and has toured for the National Book Council. Bates has undertaken commissioned writing for a large number of organisations and has worked on the editorial team of the New South Wales Department of Education School Magazine, she was co-editor of a national children's magazine and editor of another national magazine, Little Ears. Bates has founded several sub-branches of the Children's Book Council of Australia of NSW.
She has presented community radio and television programs about children's literature and reviewed books in numerous magazines. She has worked as a regional newspaper editor. In 2008, Bates was awarded The Lady Cutler Prize for distinguished services to children's Literature. Bates is married to prize-winning YA author, Bill Condon, whose awards include the inaugural Prime Minister's Literary Award for Youth Writing and three CBCA Honor Books of the Year, she lives in Wollongong, NSW where she works as a freelance writer and manuscript assessor and writes a popular blog, Writing for Children. 1987 Writer's Fellowship from the Literature Board of the Australia Council 1988 Writer's Fellowships from the Literature Board of the Australia Council 1988 West Australian Young Readers' Book Award 1993 Special Award, Australian Multicultural Children's Literature Award 1995 Varuna Writers’ Centre Fellowship 1999 Kids' Own Australian Literature Award 2000 Varuna Writers’ Centre Fellowship 2001 Children’s Book Council of Australia Notable Book 2002 Kids Own Australian Literature Award Hall of Fame 2008 Lady Cutler award for distinguished services to children’s literature 2013 Children’s Book Council of Australia Notable Book The Year I Was Born 1983 ISBN 1-86391-208-8 The Year I Was Born 1984 ISBN 1-86391-209-6 A Night at Benny’s ISBN 0-7295-0906-0 A Tree House ISBN 978-0-521-71026-8 Aussie Kid Heroes ISBN 1-921088-44-3 Badu Boys Rule!
ISBN 1-921088-44-3 Belly Busters ISBN 0 09 182945 3 Between You and Me ISBN 0-12-360229-7 Big Bad Bruce ISBN 0-207-18831-9 ISBN 0-207-17696-5 + ISBN 0-86461-771-2 Basil Bopp the Burper ISBN 978-0733603693 + ISBN 978-1-74130-456-5 Billy Fishbone, King of the Kids ISBN 978-0733605079 + ISBN 978-1-74130-460-2 Blowflies and Glow-Worms ISBN 978-0-521-71067-1 Boys Only Otford Press, 2002) ISBN 1-876928-93-X Brad the Wonder Baby ISBN 1-86509-331-9 Bushranger Bob & the Nude Olympics ISBN 0-7336-1038-2 + ISBN 978-1-74130-465-7 Bushrangers Teacher Source Book ISBN 978-1-74130-467-1 Candy in the Kitchen ISBN 0-7322-7320-X Carl’s Café ISBN 0-7339-3338-6/ISBN 0-7608-5799-7 Champion Children ISBN 1-86391-694-6 Christmas Around the World ISBN 0-7329-0215-0 Christmas Carols and Poems ISBN 0-7329-0212-6 Christmas in Australia ISBN 0-7329-0216-9 Christmas Make and Do ISBN 0-7329-0217-7 Christmas Stories ISBN 0-7329-0213-4 Cinderfella ISBN 0-14-131265-3 Crossing the Line ISBN 978-1-876462-70-3 Crash Landing ISBN 0-17-010514-8 Dame Nellie Nickabocka, shooting Star ISBN 978-0-7336-0372-3 + ISBN 978-1-74130-459-6 Daring Dora and the All-Girl Gang ISBN 978-0-7336-0335-8 + ISBN 978-1-74130-463-3 Dateless & Desperate ISBN 0-7339-3472-2 Desert Dan the Dunnyman ISBN 0-7336-0509-5 + ISBN 978-1-74130-461-9 Erky Perky Silly Stuff ISBN 978-1-74130-780-1 Fangs ISBN 0-17-010513-X Famous & Fabulous Kids ISBN 0-7312-1652-0 Freaky Fact or Fiction 9781741852530 Getting Even ISBN 0-7312-1979-1 Giggle and Grin ISBN 978-1-74130-598-2 Grandma Cadbury’s Bikie Gang ISBN 0-207-17918-2 Grandma Cadbury’s Safari Tours ISBN 978-0-207-16344-9 Grandma Cadbury’s Trucking Tales ISBN 0-207-15877-0 Grandma Cadbury’s Water World ISBN 0-7336-0472-2 Hairy Hannah and the Grandad Gang ISBN 978-0-7336-0508-6 + ISBN 978-1-74130-458-9 How Christmas Began ISBN 0-7329-0214-2 How to Self
United Nations Security Council resolution 919, adopted unanimously on 25 May 1994, after recalling all resolutions on South Africa, in particular resolutions 282, 418, 421, 558 and 591, the Council welcomed the recent general elections and new government and decided, under Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter, to terminate the arms embargo and all other restrictions against South Africa. Measures imposed in other resolutions would be ended; the Committee of the Security Council established in Resolution 421 was dissolved. Thabo Mbeki, Deputy President of South Africa, welcomed the lifting of restrictions, stating that they were "acceptance by the world body that we have become a democratic country". Academic boycott of South Africa Disinvestment from South Africa Foreign relations of apartheid South Africa List of United Nations Security Council Resolutions 901 to 1000 Negotiations to end apartheid in South Africa South Africa under apartheid Sporting boycott of South Africa Works related to United Nations Security Council Resolution 919 at Wikisource Text of the Resolution at undocs.org
King of the Wild is a 1931 American pre-Code Mascot movie serial. Robert Grant, framed for a coup in the Indian country of Ranjapur, escapes from prison to Africa in search of the real villains. Here he meets Sheik Mustapha, who has evidence to clear him, the location of a secret diamond mine. Walter Miller as Robert Grant, American escapee from Ranjapur Nora Lane as Muriel Armitage, Tom Armitage's sister Dorothy Christy as Mrs LaSalle Tom Santschi as Harris, Villainous Animal trapper Boris Karloff as Mustapha, an African sheikh Arthur McLaglen as Bimi, Ape man Carroll Nye as Tom Armitage, knows the location of a secret diamond mine Victor Potel as Peterson Albert DeWinton as Cyril Wainwright Martha Lalande as Mrs Colby Mischa Auer as Dakka, escaped lunatic Lafe McKee as OfficerThe stars of King of the Wild were intended to be Harry Carey and Edwina Booth but filming on the MGM film Trader Horn went over-schedule, forcing Mascot to recast. Appearing in the serial was explorer Albert DeWinton.
He went after explorer Percy Fawcett who had disappeared in Brazil several years earlier. DeWinton disappeared in the Amazon in early 1934 and was presumed dead. King of the Wild is sometimes misreported as an alternate title for the serial King of the Kongo, which starred Boris Karloff. Man Eaters Tiger of Destiny The Avenging Horde Secret of the Volcano Pit of Peril Creeping Doom Sealed Lips Jaws of the Jungle Door of Dread Leopard's Lair The Fire of the Gods Jungle JusticeSource: Boris Karloff filmography List of film serials by year List of film serials by studio King of the Wild on IMDb King of the Wild at AllMovie