The politics of Greenland, a "constituent country" of the Kingdom of Denmark, function in a framework of a parliamentary representative democratic dependency, whereby the prime minister is the head of government, of a multi-party system. Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in parliament Inatsisartut; the judiciary is independent of the legislature. Greenland has full autonomy on most matters, except on policies and decisions affecting the region including negotiations with the devolved legislatures and the Folketing. Executive power rests with a high commissioner, a prime minister heads the Cabinet; the high commissioner of Greenland is appointed by the monarch, the prime minister is elected indirectly by parliament elections results for four-year terms. The High Commissioner has a seat in the Inatsisartut, he or she is allowed to speak in the Inatsisartut regarding common Danish/Greenlandic affairs, but he or she is not allowed to vote. Following legislative elections, the leader of the party that wins the most seats is given the initiative to establish a new coalition by the Greenlandic Parliament, unless the current Naalakkersuisut Siulittaasuat is still in power.
However, if he/she fails, the Chairman of the parliament asks all chairmen of the parties elected to the parliament, asks them to point to another chairman who they feel can rightly form a new coalition. The chairman with the most votes is handed the initiative. After forming the coalition, the Naalakkersuisut Siulittaasuat leads the Naalakkersuisut; the Naalakkersuisut will consist of around 9 members. The coalition parties divide the various ministries among themselves and after this, the parties elect their representative to these ministries. Any other member of the cabinet is called a Naalakkersuisoq. Legislative power is shared by the legislature; the legislature Greenlandic Parliament is made up of 31 members elected by direct, popular vote to serve four-year terms by proportional representation. Election of 2 seats to the Danish Parliament was last held on June 18, 2015; the current composition is shown below All turnout figures include invalid votes and totals exclude invalid votes All turnout figures include invalid votes and totals exclude invalid votes Greenland's judicial system is based on the Danish civil law system, operates independently of the legislature and the executive.
It has two court of first instance: the District Courts and the Court of Greenland depending on the type of case, whereas the High Court of Greenland hears cases as the second instance. Decisions made by the High Court of Greenland may be brought before the Supreme Court subject to the permission of the Appeals Permission Board. Appeals may be submitted to the Supreme Court of Denmark. Greenland has a multi-party system. Governments are coalition governments; the Greenlandic Parliament has 31 seats. Members are elected by popular vote to serve four-year terms; the island is administratively divided into 5 municipalities with villages. Along with diplomatic missions to the European Union and the United States, Greenland participates in the Nordic Council, Arctic Council, International Whaling Commission. With Denmark having responsibility for Greenland's international affairs, other countries do not have direct diplomatic representation in Greenland — their embassies or consulates in Copenhagen are responsible for their relations with Greenland and their citizens staying or living there.
Greenland is represented internationally by the embassies and consulates of Denmark, although Greenland has an independent Representation to the European Union in Brussels since 1992 and in the United States in Washington D. C since 2014. Greenland maintains economic and cultural relations with Taiwan via Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Canada. Arctic Council Council of Europe Inuit Circumpolar Conference NATO Nordic Council Nordic Investment Bank West Nordic Council Arctic cooperation and politics Arctic policy of Denmark Politics of Denmark List of Danish High Commissioners in Greenland Foreign relations of Greenland Greenland–European Union relations Prime Minister’s Office Government of Greenland official government website Greenland.com from the Greenland Tourism & Business Council Statistics Greenland
DIA is a South Korean girl group formed by MBK Entertainment. The group is composed of seven members: Eunice, Huihyeon, Chaeyeon and Somyi. DIA debuted on September 17, 2015, with their lead single "Somehow" from debut album Do It Amazing. Seunghee left the group in April 2016, Euijin left the group in May 2018, while Jenny left the group in July 2019. In February 2015, MBK Entertainment announced its plans to debut a new girl group; the company had decided to have possible candidates for their new group compete on a reality survival program. On February 10, Kim Dani was confirmed to be joining the project and announced the program's name T-ara's Little Sister Girl Group. In June, MBK Entertainment announced that they had cancelled their plans for a survival program, decided to select the members internally; the final three members, Yebin and Jenny were revealed and the group was set to debut in August under the name DIA. MBK announced a line-up with six members: Eunice, Jenny, Yebin and Chaeyeon.
Seunghee was added to the line-up before the group's debut. On September 14, 2015, DIA released their self-titled debut studio album, Do It Amazing. Eunchae joined as a new member in March 2016, in April, Seunghee was confirmed to have left the group. DIA's first mini-album Happy Ending was released on June 14, 2016, along with the music video for lead single "On the Road" on the same day. In September 2016, the group released a Harry Potter-themed album titled Spell, with "Mr. Potter" as the lead single. DIA was subsequently separated into two "A" and "B" subgroups, named BinChaenHyunSeuS and L. U. B, releasing songs separately. On April 6, the group released a pre-release single titled "You Are My Flower", which featured trot singers Kim Yeon-ja and Hong Jin-young. DIA's reality show subsequently began airing on April 9 on the TV network Onstyle, days after two new members and Somyi, were announced. On April 19, the group's second studio album YOLO was released; the album contained fourteen tracks, with the lead single titled "Will You Go Out with Me?".
YOLO included several tracks composed by the members themselves and featured various artists such as rapper DinDin and former I. O. I member Kim Chung-ha. DIA's third mini-album titled Love Generation was released on August 22, 2017; the album contains twelve tracks, with the lead single titled "Can't Stop". On October 12, a repackaged edition of Love Generation, titled Present, was released, it contained the songs from the former, along with four new songs with the title track "Good Night". On May 7, 2018, Eunjin announced her departure from the group. On June 9, 2018, it was reported that DIA would make a comeback on July 5, 2018, it had been announced that the group were to come back in April with a track produced by Shinsadong Tiger. On the day of the album's purported release, MBK Entertainment released an official statement announcing and apologizing for its postponement saying it was to be released on July 18, but that did not happen, with the company claiming the postponements were to ensure high-quality material.
DIA released on their fourth EP Summer Ade on August 9, 2018 with the title track "Woo Woo". On August 14, the group received. On March 19, 2019, DIA released their fifth EP titled Newtro, after previous reports of a release on March 28 and 21. Prior to confirmation, it had been reported that the group would make a comeback on November 7, 2018 with a "Bo Peep Bo Peep 2.0" produced by Shinsadong Tiger. However, nothing materialized. On February 20, MBK Entertainment confirmed both DIA's comeback and the single's production being handled by Shinsadong Tiger and marks their first release as seven without Jenny due to a knee injury. On July 6, 2019 MBK Entertainment confirmed that Jenny left the group due to health problems with her knee. Adapted from their Naver profile. Eunice — main vocalist, main dancer Jueun — main vocalist Huihyeon — leader, main rapper, lead dancer Yebin — main vocalist Chaeyeon — vocalist Eunchae — lead vocalist Somyi — lead vocalist Seunghee — leader, main vocalist Eunjin — main dancer, lead rapper Jenny — vocalist BinChaenHyunSeuS – Yebin, Huihyeon, Somyi L.
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The Golden Cascade is a breed of domestic duck developed in the United States. In 1979, David Holderread of Corvallis, Oregon set out to breed a duck, fast growing, laid eggs well, was auto-sexing. By the mid-1980s, the Golden Cascade was introduced to the market, it is not yet admitted to the American Poultry Association's Standard of Perfection. The Golden Cascade was so named because of its golden hue, for the prominent Cascade Range of the Northwest, they weigh 6-8 pounds. Females have buff plumage and Orange beaks with brown markings. Drakes have yellow beaks, Satin green or Bronze heads, white ring on their necks, reddish breasts and white underbodies; the throat can turn light fawn. Older drakes can molt to a fawn or buff that covers the head and body but First year birds should have a chestnut chest with the classic golden buff to white shoulders and belly; the ducklings can be bred to be auto sexing. List of duck breeds Ekarius, Carol. Storey's Illustrated Guide to Poultry Breeds. Storey Publishing.
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World Color Press Inc. was a company which provided high-value and comprehensive print and related services to businesses worldwide. World Color and its subsidiaries printed various commercial products, including comic books, brochures, direct mail and newspaper inserts, directories, while providing clients a broad range of pre-press services, such as desktop production and assembly. World Color was the first printer to make comic book printing a major part of its business plan, throughout most of its history was the dominant North American printer of comics and associated publications. During its history, World Color was at the forefront of many new technologies and printing innovations, including use of web offset presses, "pool shipping," rotogravure printing, computer technology, digital registration systems, flexography. World Color merged with Quebecor Printing in 1999. Worldcolor was acquired by Quad/Graphics in early 2010. World Color Press was founded in 1903 by the owners of the St. Louis Star under the name World's Fair Color Printing.
The wholly owned subsidiary was created to handle color printing for the upcoming 1904 St. Louis World's Fair, the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, was expected to disband at the World Fair's conclusion. Instead, the company name was shortened to World Color Printing and continued as a commercial printer, focusing on a new business: the color "funnies" section of the Sunday newspaper. World Color's first foray into comics was syndicating George Herriman's Major Ozone's Fresh Air Crusade from January 2, 1904, to November 19, 1906. During this period, World Color distributed the Herriman strips Grandma's Girl—Likewise Bud Smith, which he combined from two earlier strips, a two-tiered children's strip, Rosy Posy—Mama's Girl. Robert Grable and Roswell Messing, Sr. two St. Louis Star senior employees, purchased the company in 1922; as the popularity of the Sunday color comic section increased, the funnies evolved into an American institution, metropolitan papers began featuring comic supplements. As the first major printer of color sections, World Color Press was the first choice for printing these sections, by the early 1930s, the company had printing contracts with newspapers nationwide.
In the early 1930s, realizing the sales potential of the comics medium, company management attempted to maximize profits by reprinting the funnies in magazine format, thereby creating one of the first prototypes of the comic book. While the initial comic books were collections of published editions of the Sunday comic strips, by 1936 they contained original material. World Color made the most of the idea and emerged as the leading printer in this new field. To keep up with ever-increasing demand, the company began construction of a satellite printing plant in Sparta, Illinois. Opened in 1948, the Sparta plant was the most technologically advanced plant in the industry devoted to the printing of comic magazines. Within five years World Color Press became the largest producer of comic magazines in the industry. Comic book sales boomed during World War II and the postwar period, throughout this period, World Color was the nation's leading comic book printer. In 1956, the company installed one of the first web-offset presses in its Sparta plant.
This innovative printing process, in which rolls or "webs" of paper are fed through rubber-blanketed cylinders, producing tens of thousands of impressions an hour, helped lead the industry into the modern era of print technology. By the early 1970s, World Color purchased more equipment and expanded their plants, becoming the largest player in the comic and newsstand special-interest publication market. By the early 1980s World Color Press printed most American comic books, including those of the industry giants Marvel and DC. World Color's dominance in the field led to a 1984 lawsuit by Illinois-based First Comics, accusing them of anti-competitive practices; the suit was resolved in the spring of 1988. In 1985, DC Comics named World Color Press as one of the honorees in the company's 50th anniversary publication Fifty Who Made DC Great; the development of the web-press in the 1950s enabled World Color to further diversify into the new product lines of web-printed newsstand and special interest magazines.
Important to the company's growth during the 1950s was its development of the "pool shipping" concept, a distribution method in which publications from different customers going to the same destination were shipped together, reducing freight costs and increasing the timeliness of deliveries. By establishing the first major pool shipping network to newsstands, the company was able to expand its customer base by offering the lowest distribution costs in the industry. World Color computerized many aspects of its business in the 1960s, providing the company with more efficient production and distribution capabilities, as well as the ability to perform more complicated printing procedures and reproduce more complex data. In 1969, World Color started construction of a web-offset facility in Effingham, Illinois 120 miles northeast of Sparta; the new plant was designed to produce magazines printed on coated paper with extensive use of four-color printing. Success in this arena led to a 1971 expansion of the Effingham plant that nearly doubled its original size.
The 1971 addition increased the company's ability to produce large-circulation monthly magazines printed on letter-press equipment. Responding to a need to increase the c
Kona Eedaithe is a 1995 Indian Kannada courtroom comedy drama film directed by B. Jayashree Devi and produced by J. K. Bharavi; the story is adapted from Abhaya Katha Vibhaga movie company. The film starred Vishnuvardhan, Kumar Govind, Vinaya Prasad and Vanitha Vasu in the leading roles while Sudharani made a guest appearance; the film's music is scored by Hamsalekha whilst the cinematography is by H. G. Raju; the film released on 10 February 1995 to positive response from critics and audience. Vishnuvardhan as Advocate Vishnu Kumar Govind as Krishna & Gaya Ramayya of Batralli Village Vinaya Prasad as Nyaya Devathe Vanitha Vasu as lover of Kumar Govind who filed case against him as he has raped her. Anjali as another lover of Kumar Govind who filed case against him as he is an Impotent. Sudharani as Vishnu's wife Umashree as Batralli Gaya Ramayya's maiden. C. R. Simha as Vanitha's father Mukhyamantri Chandru as Judge Ramesh Bhat as Dr. Sahadeva Veterinary Doctor of Batralli Sihi Kahi Chandru Gaya Ramayya's man Doddanna as Gaya Ramayya's man Ashalatha as Anyaya Devathe Shivaram as Baba Sarigama Viji as Baba's assistant Dingri Nagaraj as Gaya Ramayya's man Bangalore Nagesh as Gaya Ramayya's man Lohithaswa as Anjali's father Bank Janardhan as Inspector Kunigal Vasanth as Health Minister of Government of Karnataka Ashok Badaradinni When this movie come before the Indian Censor Board, censor denied certification by citing as This movie mocking the Law of India.
But after more than 30 cuts movie passed with U certificate. The music of the film was composed and lyrics written by Hamsalekha. After release, the soundtrack was well received and the song "Aaha Namma Konake Seemantha" became popular. Audio was released on Jhankar Music label
Felipe Rodríguez Chacartegui, is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Sevilla Atlético as a left back. Born in Cádiz, Felipe started his career with Polideportivo Cádiz and AD Tiempo Libre before joining San Fernando CD in 2013. On 8 December 2014, aged only 16, he made his senior – and first team – debut by coming on as a second-half substitute in a 2–2 Tercera División home draw against Algeciras CF. Felipe subsequently appeared for the B-side in the regional leagues while playing for the main squad. On 16 May 2015 he scored his first senior goal, netting his team's second in a 4–1 home routing of La Palma CF. On 13 July 2015, Felipe moved to Sevilla FC. On 1 September 2017, after representing the C-team, he signed a new two-year deal with the club, being promoted to the reserves in Segunda División and being assigned the number 12 jersey. Felipe made his professional debut on 4 February 2018, starting in a 0–1 home loss against SD Huesca. Felipe's grandfather, was a footballer. A midfielder, he represented Cádiz CF in the 1960s.
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