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Provinces of Burkina Faso

The regions of Burkina Faso are divided into 45 administrative provinces. These 45 provinces are sub-divided into 351 departments or communes. Here is a list of the provinces, with their capitals in parentheses: Balé Banwa Kossi Mouhoun Nayala Sourou Comoé Léraba Kadiogo Boulgou Koulpélogo Kouritenga Bam Namentenga Sanmatenga Boulkiemdé Sanguié Sissili Ziro Bazèga Nahouri Zoundwéogo Gnagna Gourma Komondjari Kompienga Tapoa Houet Kénédougou Tuy Loroum Passoré Yatenga Zondoma Ganzourgou Kourwéogo Oubritenga Oudalan Séno Soum Yagha Bougouriba Ioba Noumbiel Poni Geography of Burkina Faso Regions of Burkina Faso Communes of Burkina Faso ISO 3166-2:BF Provinces of Burkina Faso at Statoids.com

2015 Florida Gators football team

The 2015 Florida Gators football team represented the University of Florida in the sport of American football during the 2015 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Gators competed in the Football Bowl Subdivision of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, the Eastern Division of the Southeastern Conference, they played their home games at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on the university's campus in Gainesville, Florida. The 2015 season was their first under head coach Jim McElwain; the Gators finished a surprising 7–1 in the SEC, earning a berth in the 2015 SEC Championship Game, but ended the season with an overall record of 10–4 after losses in the SEC championship and Citrus Bowl. The previous season's Gators finished the regular season 6–5, with an upset win against no. 9 Georgia. The Gators became bowl eligible after their win against Eastern Kentucky; this was their first eligibility. Florida was invited to play in the Birmingham Bowl against the East Carolina Pirates, where they won 28–20.

On November 16, 2014 and with two regular season games remaining, it was announced that head coach Will Muschamp would be replaced after the 2014 football season. Defensive coordinator D. J. Durkin served as interim head coach for the post-season. Between the regular season and the bowl game, the school selected Colorado State head coach and former Alabama offensive coordinator Jim McElwain to become the head coach for the 2015 season; as of December 5, 2015 Florida announced their 2015 football schedule on October 14, 2014. The 2015 schedule consist of 7 home games, 4 away 1 neutral game in the regular season; the Gators hosted SEC foes Ole Miss and Vanderbilt, traveled to Kentucky, LSU, South Carolina. Florida had their 93rd meeting with Georgia in their annual neutral site rivalry game in Jacksonville, Florida; the 2015 season was first season since the 2008 national championship season which Ole Miss returns to Ben Hill Griffin Stadium after an upset and the only Gator loss of the season.

The Gators will host all four non-conference foes New Mexico State, East Carolina, Florida Atlantic, rival Florida State. Schedule source: Jim McElwain's tenure at Florida kicked off with a primetime game against the Sun Belt Conference's New Mexico State Aggies; the previous Gators–Aggies encounter was in the 1994 season debut, where the no. 1 Gators opened the season with a commanding 70–21 victory over the Aggies. The Gators would finish that season 10–2–1 and capture a third SEC championship under Steve Spurrier; the 1994 Aggies would struggle to a 3–8 record. On September 2, head coach Jim McElwain announced that sophomore Treon Harris would be the starting quarterback for the game, but assured that redshirt freshman Will Grier would play quarterback at some point in the game; the Gators' first drive of the season ended in a three-and-out. This was their only punt of the game, as the Gators scored on all but one of their succeeding drives—Will Grier lost a fumble behind the line in the second quarter.

Quarterbacks Treon Harris and Will Grier combined for 379 passing yards and five passing touchdowns in a promising display of offense, producing a total of 606 yards. Harris had more passing yards than Grier, although Grier did run for a touchdown in the second quarter. On the defensive side of the ball, the Gators defense held the Aggies to a mere 200 yards, allowing only a few big plays. Placekicker Austin Hardin was 2/2 on field goals, 7/8 on extra point kick attempts, as the Aggies were able to block the extra point attempt at the 0:24 mark of the second quarter. On the previous drive, the Gators blocked; the Gators were penalized only once for 10 yards, in contrast to the Gators' 59.2 penalty yards per game in 2014. Jim McElwain broke a school record for points scored in a head coach's debut game, beating Ron Zook's 2002 record of 51 points against UAB; the Gators face the Pirates a mere 8 months following their previous encounter at the 2015 Birmingham Bowl. The Gators and Pirates played a close first quarter in Birmingham, but the Gators regained their lead early in the second quarter, added to it on.

The Pirates were not able to muster a sufficient response, the Gators went on to win 28–20. The Gators and Pirates played at Florida Field in 1983 as the no. 6 and undefeated Gators played a close game, winning 24–17 on Homecoming day. The Gators finished the 1983 season 9–2–1. Head coach Jim McElwain announced during the week that redshirt freshman Will Grier would get his first career college start, Treon Harris would come off the bench; this is a script flip from last week, when Treon Harris got the start before Will Grier played for about half the game. Junior defensive back Vernon Hargreaves III suffered a leg injury at practice during the week, would not dress for the game. Much like their previous 2015 meeting at the Birmingham Bowl, East Carolina played a close game against the Gators, as the game had a total of four lead changes. In the first half, placekicker Austin Hardin missed 2 field goals. After falling behind 10–14 early in the third quarter, Florida seemed to be pulling away as they led 31–17, however East Carolina would score a touchdown with 3:04 remaining in the game.

On the ensuing possession, the Gators went three-and-out, punted the ball back to East Carolina, who would get well into Florida territory before quarterback Blake Kemp fumbled a pass attempt, recovered by defensive end Alex McAlister, who would have scored had his teammate, Jarrad Davis, not tackled him. Florida was able to kneel to run off the final 12 seconds. Head coach Jim McElwain called the Gators' performance "embarrassing," not only speaking of the several missed

Dave DeRoo

Dave DeRoo is an American rock musician, known for his role as bassist of the rock band Adema. Dave DeRoo was born in California. Many of his earliest performances were while he attended East Bakersfield High School where he was in the graduating class of 1992. In 1991 DeRoo was one of the members of Sexart. Sexart has since gained cult notoriety for its connection with Korn and featured Jonathan Davis of Korn on vocals. Sexart, sometimes written SexArt or Sex Art featured musicians that would go on to careers with the bands Orgy, Dead by Sunrise, L. A. P. D, Cradle of Thorns and Adema. Sexart was never signed to a major label contract and did not record a full length demo but is featured on the compilation CD “Cultivation ‘92”. After Jonathan Davis left Sexart, to join what became known around the world as Korn, the name was changed to Supermodel and the band moved from Bakersfield to Huntington Beach, California. In early 2000, DeRoo joined the band Adema. Soon after the lineup change and the addition of DeRoo as bassist Adema was signed to a contract with Arista Records by CEO and president Antonio L.

A. Reid. Adema’s self-titled debut album, was released in August 2001 and was met with moderate success. Two singles from the album, "Giving In" and "The Way You Like It," received significant radio airplay and the album was certified Gold. In 2005, inspired by lead singer Luke Caraccioli, a former Marine himself, Adema became part of a long held tradition of musicians entertaining troops on the front lines by taking part in a USO tour. Dave DeRoo is being seen with Music Man Stingray 5 string models and Schecter custom 5 string basses. In November 2008, DeRoo was sentenced to 45 days in jail after pleading no contest to DUI causing injury. On January 29, 2011 DeRoo was arrested moments before a performance at the Webster Theater in Hartford Connecticut and charged with being a fugitive of justice; the arrest was the result of a June 2010 warrant issued Kern County for violating probation terms set forth in his 2008 arrest. DeRoo was held on remand with bail set at $1 million and the exact violation of probation was never made public.

Adema Unstable Planets Kill the headlights Topple the Giants Lust Muscle Mantando Emo Cultivation ‘92

Clutch City

Clutch City is a nickname given to the city of Houston, Texas after the city's National Basketball Association club, the Houston Rockets. "Choke City" was a Houston Chronicle front-page headline in 1994, given to the city of Houston after the Houston Rockets blew two consecutive commanding fourth-quarter leads at The Summit in the first two games of their Western Conference semifinals match-up versus the Phoenix Suns in the 1994 NBA Playoffs. This in effect took the series to Arizona down 0-2 in the best-of-seven series, it was feared at the time that the Rockets would follow the same fate as the city's National Football League club at the time did. During this era, no Houston-based professional sports team from an existing sports league had won a championship. In Rudy Tomjanovich's second full season as head coach, the Rockets began the 1993–94 season by tying an NBA record with start of 15–0. Led by Hakeem Olajuwon, named the MVP and Defensive Player of the Year, the Rockets won a franchise-record 58 games.

The Rockets in the second round of the playoffs recovered from losing the first two games at home to the Phoenix Suns in the second round of the playoffs after blowing multiple big leads in the first two games winning in seven games to advance to the NBA Finals. This series is regarded as the birth of the term nickname "Clutch City". Houston once again went down by three games to two to the New York Knicks, but managed to win the last two games on their home court, claim their first championship in franchise history, of which at the end of Game 6 Olajuwon blocked a championship-winning 3-point field goal attempt by John Starks, forcing a Game 7. Olajuwon was awarded the Finals MVP, after averaging 27 points, nine rebounds and four blocked shots per game; the Rockets struggled in the first half of the 1994–95 season, ended up winning only 47 games, 11 games lower than their previous year's total. In a midseason trade with Portland, the Rockets obtained guard Clyde Drexler, a former teammate of Olajuwon at the University of Houston, in exchange for Otis Thorpe.

Houston entered the playoffs as the sixth seed in the Western Conference, but managed to defeat the 60–22 Utah Jazz in the first round, winning the last two games after being down 2-1 including the decisive Game 5 road win. They fell behind 3–1 to the 59–23 Phoenix Suns in the second round, but won three straight to win the series, became only the first team in NBA history to overcome both a 2–0 and a 3–1 series deficit in a seven-game series during the same postseason; the Rockets beat the 62-20 San Antonio Spurs in the conference finals, to reach the Finals against the Orlando Magic, led by Shaquille O'Neal and Anfernee "Penny" Hardaway. When Houston swept the series in four straight games, they became the first team in NBA history to win the championship as a sixth seed, the first to beat four 50-win teams in a single postseason en route to the championship. Olajuwon, who had averaged 35.3 points and 12.5 rebounds against the Spurs and regular-season MVP David Robinson in the conference finals, was named the Finals MVP, becoming only the second player after Michael Jordan to win the award two years in a row.

Shaquille O'Neal, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James have since accomplished this. The name Clutch City would be used by the city's Major League Baseball club after their first World Series appearance in 2005, by the city's Major League Soccer club after they won the MLS Cup in their inaugural season in 2006; the name Clutch City is now associated with the Houston Aeros and their triumphant march to the Calder Cup Finals – the biggest stage in AHL hockey. One variation of the name was Crush City, used in 2015 to support the Astros in their playoff run; the Houston Rockets used the brand name Clutch Gaming for their League of Legends Championship Series team. Nicknames of Houston List of city nicknames in Texas Culture of Houston Clutch, the mascot of the Houston Rockets, unveiled after their 1994 NBA Championship. ROCKETS: 1994: From Choke City to Clutch City

Open Hostility

Open Hostility is the seventh studio album by Canadian speed/thrash metal band Razor. Drummer Rob Mills was unable to participate on the album due to injuries sustained in an accident, therefore guitarist Dave Carlo used a drum machine as a result. However, Mills returned and performs as the drummer in the "Sucker for Punishment" music video; this album is dedicated to the memory of Ray “Black Metal” Wallace. The 2nd pressing 1991 cassette by Fringe Product was released as an advanced promo Re-issued in 2010 as a limited edition colored vinyl by High Roller Records issued with lyric sheet, limited to 500 copies; the cover art is more detailed and features a more violent scenery than the original Re-issued in 2014 as a limited edition colored vinyl by High Roller Records issued with lyric and HRR catalog sheets, limited to 350 copies. Cover art same as above John Armstrong - Bass Dave Carlo - Guitars & Drum Programming Bob Reid - Vocals James Stanley - Recording Alexander von Wieding - Artwork & Design Larry Sullivan - Cover art Brian Taylor - Recording Dave Carlo - Producer Dana Marostega - Layout

Man Trouble (1930 film)

Man Trouble is a 1930 American pre-Code drama film directed by Berthold Viertel and written by Marion Orth, George Manker Watters and Edwin J. Burke; the film stars Milton Sills, Dorothy Mackaill, Kenneth MacKenna, Sharon Lynn, Roscoe Karns and Oscar Apfel. The film was released on August 1930, by Fox Film Corporation. Milton Sills as Mac Dorothy Mackaill as Joan Kenneth MacKenna as Graham Sharon Lynn as Trixie Roscoe Karns as Scott Oscar Apfel as Eddie James Bradbury Jr. as Goofy Harvey Clark as Uncle Joe Edythe Chapman as Aunt Maggie Lew Harvey as Chris Paul Fix as The Kid - A Gunman Man Trouble on IMDb