Quarter (United States coin)

The quarter, short for quarter dollar, is a United States coin worth 25 cents, one-quarter of a dollar. It has a thickness of.069 inch. The coin sports the profile of George Washington on its obverse, its reverse design has changed frequently, it has been produced on and off since 1796 and since 1831. The choice of a quarter-dollar as a denomination—as opposed to the ​1⁄5 more common elsewhere—originated with the practice of dividing Spanish milled dollars into eight wedge-shaped segments, which gave rise to the name "piece of eight" for that coin. "Two bits" is a common nickname for a quarter. The current clad version is two layers of cupronickel, 75% copper and 25% nickel, on a core of pure copper; the total composition of the coin is 8.33% nickel, with the remainder copper. It weighs 1/80 of a pound, 0.1823 troy oz. The diameter is 0.955 inches, the width of 0.069 inches. The coin has a 0.069-inch reeded edge. Owing to the introduction of the clad quarter in 1965, it was called a "Johnson Sandwich" after Lyndon B.

Johnson, the US President at the time. As of 2011, it cost 11.14 cents to produce each coin. The U. S. Mint began producing silver quarters again in 1992 for inclusion in the annual Silver Proof set. Early quarters were larger in diameter and thinner than the current coin; the current regular issue coin is the Washington quarter, featuring George Washington on the obverse. The reverse featured an eagle prior to the 1999 50 State Quarters Program; the Washington quarter was designed by John Flanagan. It was issued as a circulating commemorative, but was made a regular issue coin in 1934. In 1999, the 50 State quarters program of circulating commemorative quarters began; these have a modified Washington obverse and a different reverse for each state, ending the former Washington quarter's production completely. On January 23, 2007, the House of Representatives passed H. R. 392 extending the state quarter program one year to 2009, to include the District of Columbia and the five inhabited US territories: Puerto Rico, American Samoa, the United States Virgin Islands, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.

The bill passed through the Senate and was signed into legislation by President George W. Bush as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, Pub. L. 110–161, on December 27, 2007. The typeface used in the state quarter series varies a bit from one state to another, but is derived from Albertus. On June 4, 2008, a bill titled America's Beautiful National Parks Quarter Dollar Coin Act of 2008, H. R. 6184, was introduced to the House of Representatives. On December 23, 2008, President Bush signed the bill into law as Pub. L. 110–456. The America the Beautiful quarters program will continue for 12 years. Silver quartersWright 1792 Draped Bust 1796–1807 Draped Bust, Small Eagle 1796 Draped Bust, Heraldic Eagle 1804–1807 Capped Bust 1815–1838 Capped Bust, With Motto 1815–1828 Capped Bust, No Motto 1831–1838 Seated Liberty 1838–1891 Seated Liberty, No Motto 1838–1865 Seated Liberty, With Motto 1866–1891 Barber 1892–1916 Standing Liberty 1916–1930Standing Liberty 1916–1917 Standing Liberty 1917–1924 Standing Liberty 1925-1930 Washington 1932–1964, 1992–1998 Washington Bicentennial 1975–1976 Washington 50 State 1999–2008 Washington District of Columbia and U.

S. Territories 2009 Washington America the Beautiful 2010–2021 Washington America the Beautiful bullion 2010–2021Copper-nickel clad copper quartersWashington 1965–1974, 1977–1998 Washington Bicentennial 1975–1976 Washington 50 State 1999–2008 Washington District of Columbia and U. S. Territories 2009 Washington America the Beautiful 2010–2021Numismatic quarters Isabella quarter 1893 Gold Standing Liberty quarter 2016 Silver quarters weigh 6.25 grams and are composed of 90% silver, 10% copper, with a total silver weight of 0.1808479 troy ounce pure silver. They were issued from 1932 through 1964; the current rarities for the Washington quarter "silver series" are: Branch mintmarks are D = Denver, S = San Francisco. Coins without mintmarks are all made at the main Mint in Philadelphia; this listing is for business strikes, not proofs: 1932-D 1932-S 1934 – with Doubled Die Obverse 1935-D 1936-D 1937 – with Doubled Die Obverse 1937-S 1938-S 1939-S 1940-D 1942-D – with Doubled Die Obverse 1943 – with Doubled Die Obverse 1943-S – with Doubled Die Obverse 1950-D/S Over mintmark 1950-S/D Over mintmark The 1940-D, 1936-D and the 1935-D coins, as well as many others in the series, are more valuable than other quarters.

This is not due to their mintages. Many of these coins are worth only melt value in low grades. Other coins in the above list are expensive because of their low mintages, such as the 1932 Denver and San Francisco issues; the overstruck mintmark issues are scarce and expensive in the higher grades. The 1934 Philadelphia strike appears in two versions: one with a light motto, the same as that used on the 1932 strikings, the other a heavy motto seen after the dies wer


Jeremy Hawkins known professionally as JHawk or JHawk Productions, is an American record producer and actor from Los Angeles, California. He is known for pioneering the Jerkin' Movement, accumulating tens of millions of views and streams, contributing to the success of a number of Los Angeles-based artists. Hawkins is best known for producing The Rej3ctz's breakout hit "Cat Daddy" in 2011 which reached Number 77 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and achieved Platinum certification independently. JHawk grew up in a cultured park of Leimert Park. Both mother and father being musicians, mother being a local vocalist and father being a multi-instrumentalist, he is the great nephew to The Chambers Brothers observing the band rehearse and play live shows for their great grandmother. Shortly after receiving his first music sequencer software Hip Hop EJay from his father, he started making beats at the age of 11 and desired to become a music producer. Stating to Killerhiphophop's Quez, "I put out my 1st song on the internet when I was about 15-16, I’ve just been going hard since".

After 3 years and a junior at Daniel Murphy High School, the Archdiocese decided to shut the school's doors. Jeremy, who'd been building a name for himself on campus by recording students in his bedroom studio at his grandmother's was forced to relocate senior year. Stating to KHH, " I went to a private school called Daniel Murphy, it got shut down actually. I had to complete my last year of High School at a new High School". After moving out of his grandmother's house, he moved in with his father. Gutting the garage and making a studio space in the spring of 2008. Recording his cousin Left Brain, who brought Tyler The Creator, Hodgy Beats, Casey Veggies, of the year old collective Odd future. Recording and producing for the collective, The Odd Future Tape, The Dena Tape. JHawk attended The Academy of Music and Performing Arts Alexander Hamilton High School in the summer of 2008. Due to a credit issue, he was required to attend a piano lesson class for admission and freshman PE class his senior year.

Subsequently, adding an Electronic Music and Music History course, soon meeting friend Syd Tha Kyd in Hamilton's Mr. Bruning electronic music class. After being at Hamilton for months and remaining unnoticed he aggressively fought to gain attention. Garnering his Myspace page he began to send out beats, connecting with YG on MySpace, the two collaborated on songs that would combine for over 3 Million plays. With a heavy influence from Hyphy movement, new found fame from working with YG & The Pu$haz Jeremy started to collaborate with anyone his fellow students on campus. Building recognition, kids on campus started to dance to the music, in all styles, but most notably a new style called Jerkin'. Taking notice saying, "I never sought out to make a jerk beat. I always just did me. I did JHawk. People danced to my music and I kind of developed a formula to what they were grabbing off of my beats." Dance crews such as the Rangers formed on campus and videos were made with the music to match amassing tens of millions of hits on Myspace and the newly created YouTube.

At the age of 17 and having worked with all of La's male youth, he longed to form a group. On the bleachers in the PE class he was succumbed to is when he met 6 female freshman who all rapped; the same day they formed the name of the group Pink Dollaz. After 2 months the music was streamed over 5 million times across Myspace and YouTube with radio spins from Dj Carisma's Power 106. A slew of relationships such as these formed by spring 2009. Another song titled'Tippin' today amasses 14 million plays on one YouTube video alone. LA Weekly's Jeff Weiss stating, "The wiry J-Hawk is the nexus that binds all of these groups together. After all, he’s produced their hits, to think it might not have happened if Daniel Murphy High hadn’t shuttered last year, causing the 17-year-old Hawkins to transfer to Hamilton"; the genre and culture exploded mainstream. Accidentally, JHawk was born. After amassing press mentions from The New York Times, LA Times LA Weekly and a host of acts signed to major label deals.

New Boyz, The Rej3ctz, Cold Flamez, Audio Push, The Bangz, YG. JHawk stated, "I’m fortunate for the movement and being one of the starters of it back in 2008". After a year and growing frustrated he re-connected with The Rej3ctz sharing similar emotions, "We were major contributors, but we felt we weren’t getting our shine. So we wanted to start a new movement." In the spring of 2010 at JHawk's Home recording studio crafted, Cat Daddy. Is the Music Business Venture from Music Producer JHawk, which helps Independent Artist and Music Producers navigate Music Distribution, Music Streaming & more in the ever-changing Music Industry; the content is delivered via YouTube & SoundCloud. The production company founded by Jeremy JHawk Hawkins it boats no artist and exists as a creative outlet for music projects, street-wear and events. Jerkin' with JHawk For The Function Pressure 2008: Pheo-'Hot Chick' 2008: PC-'Like Cheesy' 2008: JHawk-'Summa Luv feat. Tyler The Creator & Hodgy Beats 2008: Hodgy Beats - This is My Life, Work That Sh*t, Pop That, Change it Up, Clothes Off, Kush On My Mind 2009: JHawk Productions -Tippin On My D*ck 2009: YG -Bad B*tch,'P*ssy Killa, Party Like That 2009: Ty Dolla Sign - Pussy Killer Remix 2009: Pink Dollaz-Im tasty, Never Hungry, Don't Need No, Lap Dance, Ball Game 2009: Hazel E- Pop My Butt, Party Like That 2009: Asia Lynn- Bite My Swagg, Filthy Girl 2009: Indigo Vanity - Rock Yo

Poole Town F.C.

Poole Town Football Club is a football club based in Poole, England. They compete in the Southern League Premier Division South; the club was established in 1880 and they affiliated to the Dorset County Football Association and are a Football Association Charter Standard Community Club. The team spent two seasons in the National League South before relegation in 2018. Poole FC were formed when two local teams, Poole Hornets and Poole Rovers, merged in 1890. Both teams had been in existence since 1880. Poole joined the Dorset League in 1896 the Hampshire League in 1903; the club enjoyed success in the Dorset Senior Cup in their early years, winning it for the fifth time in 1907. After several seasons without football because of the First World War, the club began playing again in the 1919–20 season under the name Poole & St. Marys, they changed their name back to Poole FC after one season. Poole joined the Western League in 1923. Poole won the Dorset Senior Cup again in 1926; the club turned professional that year and joined the Southern Football League, Eastern Division.

The 1926–27 season saw the club's best FA Cup run in its history. They played Everton, losing 3 -- 1 at Goodison Park, they won the Dorset Senior Cup again in 1927 and reached the First Round of the FA Cup three seasons in a row. Poole rejoined the Western League in 1930 and stayed there until 1957. In 1933, Poole moved into Poole Stadium, they became known as Poole Town in 1934. Poole Town reached the First Round Proper of the FA Cup in 1946, they held Queens Park Rangers to a 2–2 draw before losing in the replay 6–0. They reached the first round again in 1963 and 1967, losing to Watford and Queens Park Rangers, respectively; the Main Stand at Poole Stadium was built by Club supporters for the Football Club in the 1950s. In 1994 the Dog Track was widened making the center green too small for a regulation pitch. Poole Town were obliged to find a new home. In 1994, having been forced to leave Poole Stadium to make way for Poole Pirates speedway and greyhound racing Poole Town shared a ground with Hamworthy United for the 1995–96 season.

They lost 39 consecutive matches, equalling the record set by Stockport County in 1977, winning just 1 point from 42 league matches. The record was subsequently beaten by A. F. C. Aldermaston in 2010. Poole Town were relegated from the Southern League and joined the Hampshire League Division One, sharing a ground with Holt United. Poole won the Dorset Senior Cup for the 12th time in 1998, they won the Hampshire League Cup and finished third in the league. They were not promoted; the Hampshire League Premier Division was created for the 2000–01 season but Poole could not join because they did not have sufficient ground grading. They were relegated, staying in the first division. In 2000, they were promoted into the Hampshire League Premier Division, they left after a few seasons due to vandalism. In October 2000, Poole began playing at Tatnam, the school field of Oakdale South Road Middle School, they subsequently built a permanent barrier around the pitch, floodlights, dugouts, a small club shop, tea hut, licensed bar and an £80,000 stand which allowed them to be promoted into the Wessex League First Division.

In 2008, Poole Town submitted plans for the creation of a new £1.2 million ground at Branksome Recreation Ground which would enable them to meet strict FA criteria to gain promotion to the Southern League Division One. However, In December 2009 the Poole Borough Council Planning Committee turned the plans down due to loss of open space policy and no perceived community benefit; the club switched to plan B and have since won planning permission for a £2–3M development at Canford Magna, adjacent to Canford Park Arena. Although a funded 3G pitch was built on the Canford Land, no work has yet commenced for the new stadium; the 2008–09 season saw Poole win the Wessex Premier title and Dorset Senior Cup. Poole Town were the second best team of 1,600 Football Association clubs in England, based on points per match, with the following record: played 42, won 38, drawn 2, lost 2, they were, denied promotion due to inadequate ground grading at that time. In the 2009–10 season Poole Town sold Charlie Austin to Swindon Town for an undisclosed sum.

Austin scored 46 goals in 46 games in his first season at Poole and 18 goals in 11 games before his transfer. He signed off with five goals in his last game against Moneyfields. Despite jumping six divisions, Austin continued scoring goals; the 2009–10 season ended for Poole with another Wessex title but no promotion due to ground grading again. During the 2010–11 season Poole Town won the Wessex League Premier Division for the third consecutive season and reached the semi-final of the FA Vase and the Fourth Qualifying Round of the FA Cup. In contrast to previous seasons, the club were granted promotion to the Southern League after FA agreed to them staging Southern League football at Tatnam following a temporary upgrade of the facilities; the 2012–13 season saw the club promoted as champions of Southern League Division One South and West to the Premier division. The club completed a treble that season by winning the Dorset Senior Cup when they beat Wimborne Town 4–1 in the final and the Southern League Champions Cup, beating Burnham away 0–1.

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