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Pope Benedict II

Pope Benedict II was Bishop of Rome from 26 June 684 to his death in 685. Pope Benedict II's feast day is May 7. Benedict was born in Rome, it is possible. Sent when young to the schola cantorum, he distinguished himself by his knowledge of the Scriptures and by his singing; the bishops of Rome were anciently chosen by the clergy and people of Rome, according to the discipline of those times. But whilst they resided in the East, this condition produced long delays and considerable inconveniences. Although chosen in 683, he was not ordained until 684 awaiting the permission of Emperor Constantine IV. According to the Liber Diurnus Romanorum Pontificum, he obtained from the Emperor a decree which either abolished imperial confirmations altogether or made them obtainable from the Exarch of Ravenna. Benedict symbolically adopted Constantine's two sons Heraclius. To help to suppress Monothelitism, he endeavoured to secure the subscriptions of the bishops of Hispania to the decrees of the Third Council of Constantinople of 680/1, to bring about the submission to the decrees of Macarius, the deposed bishop of Antioch.

Restorations of numerous churches in Rome are ascribed to the less than a year's pontificate of Benedict II. After a pontificate of about eleven months, Pope Benedict II died on May 8, 685 and was buried in St. Peter's

B. M. Muzammel Haque

B. M. Muzammel Haque is a Bangladesh Awami League politician, an organising secretary of the party's Central Working Committee since 2009, was the Member of Parliament for Shariatpur-1 from 2008 through 2018. Haque was born on 1 July 1957, he completed a master's degree. In 2008, Haque was selected to be the Awami League candidate for the parliamentary seat of Shariatpur-1, he was elected at the 2008 general election, gaining 64% of the vote, retained the seat in 2014. At the Awami League's triennial council session in 2009, he was named as an organising secretary of the party's Central Working Committee, continued in the post after the 2012 and 2016 councils. In April 2014, he was investigated by the Anti-Corruption Commission for misappropriating government funds, he expressed confidence. Haque sought renomination by the Awami League to contest the 2018 general election, but was unsuccessful, he faced opposition from local party leaders. Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader explained Haque not being nominated by saying that the Prime Minister had other important election duties for him to perform

Commodore 64x

The Commodore 64x is a replica PC based on the original Commodore 64, powered by standard x86 Intel processors ranging from the Intel Atom to the Intel Core i7. It was sold by Commodore USA starting in April 2011; because Commodore USA went out of business after the death of its founder, Barry Altman, this machine is no longer available. The case of the C64x was designed to resemble the popular Commodore 64 in response to "overwhelming demand" from Commodore USA's customer base. Volume production started in May 2011, with machines being released on to the market in June 2011 at a starting price of US $595 for the Basic model and up to US $895 for an Ultimate model, as of August 13, an Extreme version fitted with an Intel Core i7 chip with 8 GB DDR3 RAM and 3 TB hard drive for US $1499. There was a case-only version of the C64x called the Barebones available for US $295, it shipped with Ubuntu 10.10 Desktop Edition, in November 2011, Commodore USA released their own Linux derivative called Commodore OS.

The C64x is said to come bundled with Ubuntu 10.10. There is no hardware compatibility with the original C64, with software compatibility provided through the use of an emulator. Ubuntu is able to run VICE, an open source program which emulates 8-bit computers, such as the Commodore 64. VICE is available for free for all operating systems in use; as of 18 August 2011, Commodore USA announced it would be providing international keyboards and keys for its customers worldwide for the C64x, with new keyboards made with additional keys for countries/languages if it is needed. For customers outside of its main US support area and keycap pullers will be provided for easy self-installation. Future models, planned for 2011

Pizo Gómez

José Antonio Gómez Ramón, known as Pizo Gómez, is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a defender or midfielder. He had a successful career in La Liga in the 1980s and 90s, making over 200 appearances in the competition, including a five-year stint with Atlético Madrid. Gómez was born in Eibar in the Gipuzkoa province of the Basque Country, was a member of the youth teams of SD Eibar. However, he turned professional in 1983 with the more famous local team Athletic Bilbao, he spent two years in the reserve team, which included a brief loan spell with Lleida, before making his debut for the senior team in 1985. This came on 13 October in a 3–3 home draw against Real Valladolid at the San Mamés Stadium, which would be his only appearance of the season, his second full season with Bilbao was much more successful, making 40 appearances in all competitions. He made his European debut, in a 2–0 home UEFA Cup win against East Germany's 1. FC Magdeburg on 17 September 1986, he scored his first and only goal for Bilbao in this match.

He played in all four matches in the competition as Bilbao were knocked out by Beveren of Belgium in the second round. At the end of the season, Gómez joined Osasuna, his debut for his new club was on 6 September 1987, in a 0–0 away draw with Real Sociedad at the Atotxa Stadium. He made his home debut a week in a 4–1 win against Real Valladolid at the El Sadar Stadium, he had a successful season, making 33 appearances, he scored Osasuna's goal in a 3–1 defeat to Atlético Madrid at the Vicente Calderón Stadium on 6 December. The following season was successful, as he made a further 33 appearances, netted an impressive six goals; this impressive form led to a move to Spanish giants Atlético Madrid in 1989. He made his debut on 2 September in a 3–1 win at Valencia's Mestalla Stadium, his first appearance at the Vicente Calderón Stadium came a week in a 1–0 win over Cádiz CF, he made 37 appearances in a strong first season for Los Rojiblancos, but he struggled to maintain this success. 17 games the following year was followed by just two in 1991–92, by January of that season he was out of favour to such an extent that he was sent out on loan to Espanyol.

He made his Espanyol debut on 26 January in a 2–0 home win over Real Sociedad at the Sarrià Stadium, he scored his first goal on 15 March in a 3–1 home win against Cádiz CF. His loan stint proved successful, as he made 16 appearances and scored 3 times before returning to Atleti, he was hopeful of securing a first team place at Atlético, but appeared just once before being sent out on loan again. However, this appearance did allow him to score his first goal for the club, in a 6–1 Cup Winners' Cup demolition of Slovenia's Maribor at the Vicente Calderón on 30 September 1992, his loan began in October, this time to fellow Madrid club Rayo Vallecano, lasted until the end of the season. His first game for the club was a 1–1 draw at Real Oviedo's Estadio Carlos Tartiere on 18 October, he made his home debut came a week coincidentally against his parent club. The match at Nuevo Estadio de Vallecas ended with an excellent 2–0 win for the hosts, he made 30 appearances for Rayo before returning once again to Madrid at the end of the season.

This time he was able to fight for a first team spot, made 31 appearances during 1993–94, scoring once. However, this would prove to be his last season in La Liga, as he returned to Osasuna in the summer of 1994, who were by now competing in the Segunda División, he spent two years with the Pamplona club, before joining Segunda División rivals and hometown club SD Eibar in 1996. After one year with Eibar, he finished his career with a season playing in Segunda División B with CD Izarra, retiring in 1998. Gómez lives in Pamplona, is married with two daughters, named Marta and Patricia. In 2017, he was caught up in a fraud scandal known as Caso ERE, was fined €640,000 as a result. Pizo Gómez at BDFutbol Pizo Gómez at worldfootball.net

Colegio Vista Hermosa

The Colegio Vista Hermosa is a private school in Cuajimalpa, Mexico City. The school serves levels preschool to high school; the school offers programs in conjunction with the International Baccalaureate, including the IB Diploma Programme and the IB Middle Years Programme. It provides the national education programme in association with the Secretariat of Public Education and the National Autonomous University of Mexico; the school has 2,600 students, 180 teachers, 45 maintenance and cleaning personnel, 23 food service personnel, 15 accounting personnel and 130 transport staff. Chemistry Physics Mathematics Biology English Spanish French Physical education Visual arts Cinema Theatre Computer technology Design technology Logics Drawing Geography Social studies Methodology Anatomy Anthropology Psychology Greek etymology Constructive drawing Applied informatics Mexican law Theory Of knowledge Sociology Accounting Economic geography Social problems Theology Education in faith*Note: Some subjects may be missing and other subjects may have been removed Colegio Vista Hermosa

Intercollegiate sports team champions

The first tier of intercollegiate sports in the United States includes sports that are sanctioned by one of the collegiate sport governing bodies. The major sanctioning organization is the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Before mid-1981, women's top-tier intercollegiate sports were governed by the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women; the second tier consists of competition between student clubs from different colleges, not organized by and therefore not formally representing the institutions or their faculties. This tier is considered to be "intercollegiate" sports. College sports originated as student activities. NCAA Team Champions: see NCAA Championships Pre-NCAA Team Champions: see Pre-NCAA intercollegiate championships AIAW Team Champions: see AIAW and DGWS Championships NAIA Team Champions: see NAIA Championships Intercollegiate Team Champions of Non-NCAA and Non-AIAW Sports in the United States: The championships below were bestowed by the governing bodies of specific collegiate sports in years when the sport lacked official varsity status in the NCAA or in the AIAW.

Women's rugby and equestrian are on the NCAA list of "Emerging Sports." Some sports championships that are sanctioned by the NCAA were administered by a single-sport governing body. At some colleges, some of these sports operate at a club level outside of any athletic department. On the other hand, some teams have been accorded varsity status within their schools' athletic programs. There is no strict separation during competition, but there are exceptions; this list is reserved for champions of sports in which the NCAA did not recognize a champion in a given year. Thus, non-varsity and/or club-level champions are excluded for sports that had a contemporary NCAA champion or other collegiate varsity-level champion. Two exceptions are women's bowling. United States Adventure Racing AssociationMixed teams; the inaugural U. S. intercollegiate archery championships were held in November 1967 at Arizona State University with individual competition only. The second such event was in May 1969. Team titles were not bestowed.

Junior College and 2-Year College Division # News reports of USIAC results in 1983 and 1984 mention only four-year schools. In 1985, two- and four-year schools are combined in the reported USIAC standings. Recurve and Compound Bow † There being a lack of specific citations for this mixed team title, the result was calculated based on the raw FITA round scores. ‡ Based on a news account, it appears that James Madison was the only team eligible for the women's compound bow team title, a new discipline in the 1995 USIAC. ∗ This is believed to be the first time a tribal college team has won the top-level intercollegiate national championship event in any sport. Bow Hunter In 2012 the USIAC began team competition in bow hunting. Basic Bow Telegraphic or Mail Tournament National Archery Association Women's championships administered by DGWS / AIAW are included for completeness. All others administered by American Badminton Association. Intercollegiate Badminton Association, a league founded in 2007, held a few competitions starting in 2008 and faded for lack of members.

Association of College Unions International has conducted intercollegiate billiards tournaments since 1933. See the ACUI website for the list of men's and women's individual champions since 1937. United States Bowling Congress 2017 title won by Webber International was vacated due to use of a player, ineligible for competition. United States Bowling Congress Starting in 2004, the NCAA has sponsored a women's team championship, apart from the USBC national championships. National Collegiate Boxing Association Preceded by NCAA championships, 1932–1960 Men Women United States Intercollegiate Boxing Association USA Canoe/Kayak American Canoe Association † In 2007 all other competitors withdrew because of rough river conditions. USA Climbing Intercollegiate Cricket Association American College Cricket US Croquet Association College Curling USA US College Curling National Championship Prior to 2013, the championship was set up into "Experience" Divisions with schools permitted entries in more than one division.

Entry into the championship tournament was open to any team. Starting in 2013 there is a single national champion. In all cases there is no gender breakdown. National Collegiate Disc Golf Union † different names for same school National Collegiate Dodgeball Association Equestrian became an NCAA Emerging Sports for W