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Prime time

The prime time or the peak time is the block of broadcast programming taking place during the middle of the evening for television programming. It is used by the major television networks to broadcast their season's nightly programming; the term prime time is defined in terms of a fixed time period—for example, from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.. In India and some Middle Eastern countries, prime time consists of the programmes that are aired on TV between 8:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. local time. In Bangladeshi Television Channels, the 19:00-to-22:00 time slot is known as Prime Time. Several National Broadcasters like Maasranga Television, Gazi TV, Channel 9, Channel i broadcast their prime-time shows from 20:00 to 23:00 after their Primetime news at 19:00. During Eid Season, most of the TV Stations broadcast their produced shows and World Television Premiers starting from 15:00 to midnight. In Ramadan, the broadcasters air special Religious and Cooking shows starting from 14:00 to 20:00 affecting the primetime hours.

Besides, After blameways, Late Night Talkshows are aired from 01:00 to 04:00 with Ramadan being exception. Religious shows are broadcast from 01:00 along with Talkshows and News Analysis. In Chinese television, the 19:00-to-22:00 time slot is known as Golden Time Also Known "Party time"; the term influenced a nickname of a strip of holidays in known as Golden Week. Prime time takes place from 19:00 until 22:00. After that, programs classified. Frontline dramas appear during this time slot in Cantonese, as well as movies in English. In India, prime time occurs between 18:00 and 23:30. Programmes during prime time are domestic dramas, talent shows and reality shows. Prime time takes place from 18:00 to 23:00 WIB, preceded by a daily newscast at 17:00. After prime time, programs classified as Adult, as well as cigarette commercials, are allowed to be broadcast. Like another Muslim-majority country, there is a'midnight prime time' during sahur time in a month of Ramadan, it takes place from 02:00 and ends at the Fajr prayer call, varies between 04:30 and 05:00.

The time slot is filled with comedy and religious programming. In Iraq, prime time runs from 20:00 to 23:00; the main news programs are broadcast at 20:00 and the highest-rated television program airs at 21:00. In Japanese television, prime time runs from 19:00 to 23:00; the 19:00-to-22:00 time slot is known as Golden Time. The term influenced a nickname of a strip of holidays in known as Golden Week. Malaysian prime time starts with the main news from 20:00 to 20:30 and ends either at 23:00 or 1:00, or later. Programmes during prime time are domestic dramas, foreign drama series and entertainment programmes. Programmes classified as 18 are not allowed to be broadcast before 10:00 p.m. but on RTM, most programmes on this slot are rated U throughout the whole day. However, programmes broadcast after 23:00 are still considered prime time; as of 2019, NTV7's prime time continues until 12:00 a.m. Programmes during prime time may have longer commercial breaks due to number of viewers; some domestic prime-time productions may be affected because of certain major sporting events such as FIFA World Cup.

However, only FIFA World Cup held in the Americas do not affect the domestic prime-time programmes but only during daytime. In Pakistan, prime time begins between 20:00—22:00 Pakistan Standard Time. During this time majority of the local channels broadcast news and or drama serials, however on state channels it has been observed that they broadcast Khabarnama from past many decades. In the Philippines, prime-time blocks begin at 18:00 and run until about 23:00 on weekdays, 19:00 to 23:00 on weekends; the weekday prime-time blocks consists of local teleseryes and foreign television series. The network's highest-rated programs are aired right after the evening newscast at 20:00, while a foreign series precedes the late night newscast. On weekends, non-scripted programming such as comedy series, talent shows, reality shows and current affairs shows air in prime time. For the minor networks, prime time consists of American television series on weekdays, with encores of those shows on weekends. Prime time started earlier at around 19:00, but the evening newscasts were lengthened to 90 minutes and now start at 18:30, instead of the original one-hour newscast that starts at 18:00.

In Singapore, prime time begins at 18:00 on Mediacorp Channel 5, 18:30 on Mediacorp Channel 8 and 19:00 on MediaCorp Channel U, Channel NewsAsia, MediaCorp Suria, MediaCorp Vasantham. Which are the main television channels in Singapore. On Channel 8, prime time ends at midnight or 0:15 on weekdays, at 0:30 on Saturday nights and at 23:30 on Sunday nights. On Channel 5, prime time ends at 0:00 on weekdays, at 1:30 on Saturday nights and at 0:30 on Sunday nights. On Suria, prime time ends at 22:30 on Monday to Thursday nights, 00:30 on Friday nights, 23:00 on weekends and at 00:30 or 01:00 on eve and actual days of Public Holidays. On Vasantham, prime time ends at 23:00 on Mondays to Thursdays, midnight on Friday and Saturday

Greendale, Wisconsin

Greendale is a village in Milwaukee County, United States. The population was 14,046 at the 2010 census. Greendale is located southwest of Milwaukee, is a part of the Milwaukee metropolitan area. Greendale was one of three "Greenbelt" communities constructed by the Resettlement Administration, starting in 1936, as part of President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal; the communities were built to demonstrate a new kind of suburban living, with housing situated within easy walking distance of gardens and the town center. The other Greenbelt communities were Greenbelt and Greenhills, Ohio; the communities were designed with three goals in mind: to combine the advantages of city and country life. The planners and selection committees excluded African American families from renting homes and created a racially segregated and all-white suburban community. All of the property was owned by the government and rented to families based on income, housing need and family size; some exceptions were made for those with special skills, such as medical doctors and other professionals.

In 1949 the Public Housing Administration gave Greendale residents the right to purchase their homes from the government. The transfer of ownership from the government to the people was complete by 1952. In the late 1950s Greendale experienced growth in conjunction with the expansion of the Milwaukee suburbs as a whole. While new homes were built and the number of minority families increased in Milwaukee County, racially restrictive covenants were used to maintain the all-white Greendale community. In 1958, the Crestview Acres land was sold by Elroy H. Barbian for development with the restrictive covenant that only white families could purchase the homes. "No Persons other than the white race shall own or occupy any building on said tract, but this covenant shall not prevent occupancy of persons of a race other than the white race who are domestic servants of the owner or occupant of said building."Southridge Mall opened in 1970 as the southern sister mall to Northridge Mall. Both malls were located on 76th Street, close to major east-west artery roads.

Both were developed by Herb Kohl and Taubman Centers, Inc.. In 1996, the shopping district in the center of the village was purchased by the Grandhaven investment firm founded by Roy Reiman, founder of a publishing company headquartered in the village; the remake of the "Village Center" brought updates, attracted new restaurants, made the village center more of a tourist attraction. Greendale is located at 42°56′15″N 87°59′49″W; the Root River flows through the western part of the village. According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of 5.57 square miles, of which, 5.56 square miles of it is land and 0.01 square miles is water. Scout Lake is a 5 acre lake located in Greendale, it has a maximum depth of 19 feet. Fish include largemouth bass and northern pike; as of the census of 2010, there were 14,046 people, 6,075 households, 4,016 families residing in the village. The population density was 2,526.3 inhabitants per square mile. There were 6,294 housing units at an average density of 1,132.0 per square mile.

The racial makeup of the village was 92.8% White, 1.2% African American, 0.4% Native American, 3.1% Asian, 0.9% from other races, 1.6% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 4.7% of the population. There were 6,075 households of which 28.0% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 52.5% were married couples living together, 10.0% had a female householder with no husband present, 3.6% had a male householder with no wife present, 33.9% were non-families. 30.1% of all households were made up of individuals and 17% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.31 and the average family size was 2.87. The median age in the village was 45.3 years. 22.1% of residents were under the age of 18. The gender makeup of the village was 53.4 % female. The Greendale Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 2012. Trimborn Farm on the National Register of Historic Places, is in Greendale.

The village has one public high school, one public middle school, three public elementary schools. Greendale High School was named by Newsweek as one of America’s Best High Schools in its 2009 & 2010 rankings. In 2007 the Greendale School District was ranked by Milwaukee Magazine as the top school system among the Milwaukee metropolitan area. Martin Luther High School is a private high school in the village. Part of the Root River Parkway is in Greendale. Whitnall Park, the largest park in Milwaukee County. Borders Greendale on the western boundary of the village. Whitnall Park offers many recreation options, including an 18-hole golf course, many hiking and cross-country ski trails, the Wehr Nature Center and the Boerner Botanical Gardens; the largest mall in Wisconsin, Southridge Mall, is located in Greendale. The mall has over 125 stores, including the major department stores J. C. Penney, Macy's; the nearby downtown village center has six restaurants. 19th-century folklorist and linguist Jeremiah Curtin lived in.

His boyhood home stands as a historic landmark. Actress Jane Kaczmarek attended Greendale High School. Roy Reiman, founder of Reiman Publications AFL play

Lullabies in a Glass Wilderness

Lullabies in a Glass Wilderness is an experimental self-released album by English artist KatieJane Garside, using the stage name Lalleshwari. She is the frontwoman of Ruby Throat, of Queenadreena and Daisy Chainsaw; the name "Lalleshwari" is derived from an ancient Hindu poet. According to Garside's official website, the songs featured on Lullabies in a Glass Wilderness were recorded intermittently over a period of six years in 4-track format. In addition to digital download, Lalleshwari/Lullabies in a Glasswilderness was released in a Digipak CD format, as well as a limited edition CD + DVD set of which only 300 copies were published; this included different artwork and packaging, a bonus DVD disc featuring short films, an additional track titled "Play for Us". The first hundred copies featured Garside's handprint in purple paint, as well as her signature and the number out of 100. However, the tracks "Marybell" and "In the Birdcage, Part 1" were only included in the regular edition. The'Lalleshwari' package offers unique artwork and lyrics presented in the form of a sketchbook.

There are pictures of Garside exclusive to the package and appear nowhere on the regular edition of the album, including an uncensored full frontal nude image. The first 100 limited edition versions of'Lalleshwari' sold out within 24 hours, costing the buyer £35. There are four films on the DVD itself: 1. In The Hallway 2. In The Bedroom 3. At The Window 4. In The Kitchen'In the Hallway' features KatieJane at one end of a hallway as she proceeds to crawl on her hands and knees; the film is played back and forth rhythmically over and over again to give the feeling of perpetual movement without getting anywhere. The film is the longest and lasts 17 minutes and 13 seconds.'In the Bedroom' is played in slow motion and has KatieJane dancing in the darkness of her room while holding a string of fairy lights that illuminate her body. The slow movement and eerie, droning background music make her seem ethereal. KatieJane is naked in this video except for her knickers and shoes - but there is no provocative body language and the soft movement of the lights along with her body make her seem like a goddess.

KatieJane has commented. The length of this film is 8 minutes and 33 seconds.'At the Window' is white noise while Katiejane's voice sings over it. As within all the films so far, KatieJane is at the centre of the screen and little else around her is seen. There is only a single window surrounded by darkness in the video that gets bigger; this episode is played in fast motion and KatieJane appears to be putting on a private show. This film again has a shorter length than the previous one, ending at 18 seconds. KatieJane is filmed through a window for'In the Kitchen', she appears to be at a sink that we never see. Following the pattern, this last film is the shortest - lasting only 1 minute, 16 seconds. There is no music on this film, just a monologue from KatieJane echoing sentences such as "I thought maybe I should have done it/ I could have gone anywhere/ I could step sideways right now/ Shall I do that right now?/ What do you think?/ God will show me a sign/ I'll wait'til I see a sign". Here KatieJane questions herself elaborately, it seems as though she is talking about herself in that moment because she has her back to the camera.

KatieJane doesn't move from her position throughout the video, a clear contrast between the previous three episodes where she moves and dances, exposed to the camera. Each video is filmed in black & white and offers no interaction with other people, so the feeling of isolation is quite potent; the regular edition of the'Lullabies in a Glass Wilderness' album is only available online, through KatieJane's website and MySpace. Jen Dan of the independent music website Delusions of Adequacy wrote: "This album is neither sweepingly angelic or devilishly tormented–it’s more of a creep through the wild weeds, but it’s worth it for fans of KatieJane Garside’s work." KatieJane Garsidevocals, programming, production KatieJane's official website Lullabies in a Glass Wilderness at iTunes

Ukrainian Radical Party

The Ukrainian Radical Party, founded in October 1890 and based on the radical movement in western Ukraine dating from the 1870s, was the first modern Ukrainian political party with a defined program, mass following, registered membership. It advocated socialism, increased rights for Ukrainian peasants, secularism; the Radical Party ideology was based on the political thought of Mykhailo Drahomanov, an eastern Ukrainian thinker who spent part of the nineteenth century in western Ukraine. Although the Radical party advocated socialism in its ideology, it considered itself different from western socialists who were beholden to the ideas of Karl Marx because western socialism was based on the industrial proletariat while the Radical party was focused on the peasantry. Accordingly, its socialism was peasant-based; the Ukrainian Radical party claimed kinship and affinity with the peasant-based socialist Serbian Radical Party of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It opposed the influence of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church and its priests in Ukrainian society.

It was opposed to the Austrian government, to mainstream Ukrainophiles who were loyal to Austria, to Ukrainian attempts to cooperate with Polish authorities. At the same time, the URP cooperated with Polish peasants; the URP supported Ukrainian independence at a party congress in 1895, the first time that the goal of an independent Ukrainian state had been expressed anywhere. Involved with the plight of the Ukrainian peasants, the URP called for and organized strikes of Ukrainian agricultural workers; the Radical Party was founded in Lviv on October 4, 1890 by a group of Ukrainian activists including the poet Ivan Franko, the publisher Mykhailo Pavlyk, others. It was involved in founding reading rooms and cooperatives, organizing women's groups, training and politicizing Ukrainian peasants. In 1895, the party passed a resolution calling for Ukrainian independence; that same year, it sent three representatives to the Galician Diet and in 1897 two representatives to the Austrian parliament. In the mid-1890s three competing groups emerged within the URP.

One maintained its allegiance to the traditional ideology of the URP. Another faction turned more to Marxism. A third faction which included most of the Radical Party's most prominent members such as Ivan Franko became disenchanted with socialist ideas and more focussed on national concerns. In 1899 the latter two groups left the Radical Party; the socialist-learning faction split off to form the Ukrainian Social Democratic Party. The nationalist-leading faction merged with mainstream Ukrainiphiles to create the National Democratic Party, the largest Ukrainian political party in Austrian-ruled Ukraine before and during the first world war; the National Democratic party, renamed the Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance, would continue to dominate western Ukrainian political life until the Second World War. After the exodus of the Ukrainian Social Democrats and the National Democrats, the remaining Ukrainian Radical Party, having become a definitively peasant-oriented party, was the second largest political party among ethnic Ukrainians in western Ukraine.

In 1911, it sent five members to the Austrian parliament and in 1913 six members to the Galician Diet. On the eve of World War I, the Radical party established sporting societies and paramilitary groups that would serve as the basis for the Ukrainian Sich Riflemen, an all-Ukrainian unit within the Austrian army; the Ukrainian Radical Party was one of the founding parties of the West Ukrainian National Republic, its members occupied the posts of defence minister and interior secretary within the West Ukrainian government. Following the war, when western Ukraine became part of the Polish state, at a party congress in 1925 the Radical Party passed a resolution opposing cooperation with Ukrainian "bourgeois parties" and condemning Bolsheviks policies in Soviet Ukraine. A year it merged with a socialist party and renamed itself the Ukrainian Socialist Radical Party. In the 1928 Polish elections, the party received 280,000 votes, the second most among western Ukrainian parties following the Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance's 600,000 votes.

This enabled the USRP to send 11 representatives into 3 into the senate. In the 1931 elections it ran in a coalition with the Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance and obtained 1/4 of the coalition's seats; the USRP boycotted all subsequent Polish elections. The party was a member of the Labour and Socialist International between 1931 and 1940. After the Soviets annexed western Ukrainian territory in 1939, the USRP like all other western Ukrainian political parties was forced by the Soviet authorities to disband. Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance Inline

Old Cooranga, Queensland

Old Cooranga is a rural locality in the North Burnett Region, Australia. In the 2016 census, Old Cooranga had a population of 27 people; the locality is bounded to the west by the Boyne River while the eastern boundary follows the flow of Coocher Creek. The land along these watercourses is lower and is used for farming, while the north-south spine of the locality rises to unnamed peaks of 350 metres; the east and south-east of the locality is within the Pile Gully State Forest which extends into neighbouring Pile Gully. There is a small amount of irrigated horticulture in the west of the locality near the Boyne River. Cooranga Provisional School opened on Aug 1922 and closed on March 1923. There are no schools in Old Cooranga; the nearest primary school is in Boynewood. The nearest secondary schools are in Mundubbera and in Gayndah

Golan Armored Vehicle

The Golan Wheeled Armored Vehicle is a prototype Israeli MRAP infantry mobility vehicle made by the Israeli Rafael Advanced Defense Systems jointly with Protected Vehicles Incorporated. The mission of the Golan is to provide maximum protection to its passengers and crew; the Golan platform may be adapted to serve as an armored personnel carrier, command vehicle, ambulance or intelligence collection vehicle. In the personnel carrier role, it has capacity of up to 10 soldiers; the V shaped hull and vehicle body has been designed to withstand mines and IED blasts. It is configurable to carry different levels of armor, from light passive armor to heavy reactive armor that can deflect RPGs; when equipped with reactive armor, the vehicle is the only MRAP vehicle able to defeat Explosively Formed Penetrators, the deadliest type of IED. The US Marine Corps has placed an order for 60 vehicles to be fielded in Iraq as Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Category 2 vehicles, it was being considered for large purchases both in the Israeli armed forces.

The Golan was eliminated from the Marine Corps competition, most of the vehicles will leave Marine service. Wildcat APC COMBATGUARD Marketing page in RAFAEL Coverage in