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Randy Orton

Randal Keith Orton is an American professional wrestler and actor. He is signed to WWE, where he performs on the Raw brand. Orton is a third-generation professional wrestler. Before being signed by the World Wrestling Federation, he trained in and wrestled for Mid-Missouri Wrestling Association-Southern Illinois Conference Wrestling, he was signed by the WWF and was sent to Ohio Valley Wrestling, where he held the OVW Hardcore Championship twice. Orton became a member of the stable Evolution shortly after his WWE debut, which led to an Intercontinental Championship reign, his first title with the company, he acquired the moniker "The Legend Killer" during a storyline where he began disrespecting and physically attacking WWE Hall of Famers and wrestling veterans. At age 24, he became the youngest world champion in WWE history after he won the World Heavyweight Championship from Chris Benoit. With this win, he departed from Evolution and a feud with his former stablemates began. In 2006, Orton joined forces with Edge in a tag team known as Rated-RKO.

Together, they held the World Tag Team Championship. After Rated-RKO disbanded in mid-2007, Orton gained two WWE Championship reigns in one night, becoming the second youngest two-time WWE Champion at the age of 27, he formed the group The Legacy with Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase Jr. in 2008. They disbanded in 2010, Orton returned to singles competition. From 2013 to 2015, he was aligned with The Authority, who named him the "face of the WWE". In 2016, he joined The Wyatt Family, winning the SmackDown Tag Team Championship with stablemates Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper before turning on them in 2017, he won his first United States Championship in 2018, becoming the 18th overall Grand Slam Champion after having been the 17th Triple Crown Champion. Orton has held WWE's World Heavyweight Championship four times, he was the final holder of the World Heavyweight Championship, which he unified with the WWE Championship to become the WWE World Heavyweight Champion by defeating John Cena at TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs in 2013.

Orton is recognized by WWE as having the fourth-most world championship victories in history, behind only Cena, Ric Flair, Triple H. He is the winner of the 2013 Money in the Bank ladder match, as well as the 2009 and 2017 Royal Rumble matches, has headlined multiple WWE pay-per-view events, including WrestleMania XXV and WrestleMania XXX. Randal Keith Orton was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, on April 1, 1980, the son of nurse Elaine and professional wrestler Bob Orton Jr, he is the grandson of professional wrestler Bob Orton and nephew of wrestler-turned-musician Barry Orton. He has a younger brother named Nathan, a stand-up comedian based in New York, a younger sister named Rebecca. Knowing the hardships of life as a professional wrestler, Orton's parents tried to convince him to stay away from the business and his father warned him that life in the ring meant a life on the road and away from family. Orton attended Hazelwood Central High School. After graduating from high school in 1998, he enlisted with the United States Marine Corps.

At the base, he received a bad conduct discharge in 1999 after going UA on two occasions and disobeying an order from a commanding officer. Under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, he was tried and convicted under a special court-martial, subsequently spending 38 days in the brig at Camp Pendleton. Orton made his wrestling debut in 2000 at the Mid-Missouri Wrestling Association-Southern Illinois Conference Wrestling in St. Louis, Missouri, an offshoot of the historic St. Louis Wrestling Club headed by Sam Muchnick. There, he was trained by his father, Bob Orton Jr.. He wrestled for the promotion for one month, where he performed with wrestlers such as Phil e. Blunt and Ace Strange and Mark Bland. Orton refereed a few matches with World Organized Wrestling, a promotion where his uncle Barry Orton worked. In 2001, Orton signed a deal with the World Wrestling Federation and was sent to its developmental territory, Ohio Valley Wrestling in Louisville, where he continued his training. During his time in OVW, Orton wrestled the likes of Rico Constantino and The Prototype and teamed with Bobby Eaton during a tag team title tournament.

He won the OVW Hardcore Championship twice by defeating Mr. Black on February 14, 2001, Flash Flanagan on May 5, 2001, respectively. On several occasions he faced Rico Constantino on combined WWF/OVW events, lost to The Prototype in a tag match on July 28 in Jacksonville, Indiana, he began appearing on several WWF house shows that were unaffiliated with OVW, the first being on May 1, 2001 when he faced Billy Gunn. After taking the mic and promising to beat Gunn, Orton was defeated; that fall he began appearing on WWF house shows and dark matches, facing Chuck Palumbo, Steven Richards and Shawn Stasiak, but wrestling in tag team matches. One of Orton's first official WWF appearances was March 16, 2002 at WrestleMania X8's Fan Axxess, where he was defeated by Tommy Dreamer. Orton's first televised WWF match was a victory against Hardcore Holly on SmackDown! on April 25, 2002. Soon after, Orton was placed in a series of matches with Holly. In September 2002, Orton was drafted to the Raw brand, where he defeated Stevie Richards in his debut on the show.

Within weeks of his debut on the Raw brand, Orton suffered a shoulder injury, leaving him sidelined for months. While recovering, Orton still appeared on Raw in his own Randy News Network segm

RAF Maintenance Base Safi

Royal Air Force Safi was a Royal Air Force maintenance base located on the island of Malta, which started life in 1941 as a diversion airstrip for the main operating bases such as nearby RAF Luqa. Other diversion airstrips similar in function to Safi were located at RAF Krendi and on Malta's second island of Gozo. RAF Safi was constructed at a time when Malta was under intense aerial bombardment and Malta's Air Command needed to have alternative diversion airstrips on Malta, as the RAF's main operating bases were being bombed. Construction started in 1941 and the strips were ready for use in 1942; the base was inaugurated by AOC Malta Sir Keith Park in May 1943, but had been completed by 1942. After the war, Saifi was reduced in function. In April 1957 the Maltese Prime Minister Mr Dom Mintoff requested that the UK Government consider turning over RAF Saifi to his government. By 1961 the RAF maintenance facility at Safi was civilian manned and discussions in London were taking place about it being run down.

The RAF left in 1979 following a British government decision not to renew the lease on RAF Luqa. Whilst Safi's runway has long gone the hangar and dispersal area have been extensively redeveloped and two large hangars constructed which are associated with the international airport at Luqa, which has absorbed the site. There is a neighbouring aviation business park development. AHQ Malta Siege of Malta Safi, Malta RAF Luqa Remembered Safi Aviation Park Inaugurated Malta Aviation Museum

Lambert, Oklahoma

Lambert is a town in Alfalfa County, United States. The population was six at the 2010 census; the town of Lambert was named after Ambrose Lambert. Lambert is contiguous to the similar small community of Yewed directly to its east. Part of the area known as the Cherokee Outlet, Lambert was part of Woods County after 1893 until the time of statehood in 1907, when the area became part of newly formed Alfalfa County; the Choctaw Northern railway, which in 1901 became the county's first railroad, connected Lambert to the other Alfalfa county towns of Aline, Ingersoll, Amorita, on into Kansas. Lambert had a U. S. Post Office beginning in November 21, 1901 and remaining open until April 30, 1952. By 1909, Lambert had 127 inhabitants and four churches, a hotel, a bank, an elevator, two grain buyers. In addition, a half-dozen stores served the local community, its population peaked in 1920 at 130, by 2010 it had only 6 remaining residents. Lambert's Farmers' Bank had the peculiar distinction of having been robbed twice, first in 1904 and again in 1919.

Newbery Medal-winning author and Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame inductee, Harold Keith was born in Lambert on April 8, 1903. Lambert is located at 36°40′59″N 98°25′23″W. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 0.1 square miles, all of it land. Lambert is not served by the Oklahoma state highway system; as of the census of 2000, there were 9 people, 4 households, 4 families residing in the town. The population density was 78.4 people per square mile. There were 6 housing units at an average density of 52.2 per square mile. The racial makeup of the town was 100.00% White. There were 4 households out of which 25.0% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 50.0% were married couples living together, 25.0% had a female householder with no husband present, 0.0% were non-families. No households were made up of individuals and none had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older; the average household size was 2.25 and the average family size was 2.25. In the town, the population was spread out with 11.1% under the age of 18, 22.2% from 25 to 44, 33.3% from 45 to 64, 33.3% who were 65 years of age or older.

The median age was 58 years. For every 100 females, there were 125.0 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 166.7 males. The median income for a household in the town was $31,250, the median income for a family was $31,250. Males had a median income of $23,750 versus $0 for females; the per capita income for the town was $16,144. None of the population and none of the families were below the poverty line. Novelist and University of Oklahoma sports director Harold Keith was born in Lambert. Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture - Lambert

Peter Millett (diplomat)

Peter Joseph Millett is a British diplomat, ambassador to Libya 2015–2018. Millett was British High Commissioner to Cyprus 2005–10 and Ambassador to Jordan 2011–15, he became Ambassador to Libya in July 2015. Millett was a columnist for Al Arabiya News, he has written for the Jordan Times. MILLETT, Peter Joseph, Who's Who 2014, A & C Black, 2014 Syrian Refugees' stories – Ambassador Peter Millett on YouTube Ambassador Peter Millett: Britain and the Middle East, Columbia University, 10 November 2014

Bogusław Oblewski

Bogusław Oblewski is a retired former footballer who played as a defender and football manager. His playing career was spent in the top divisions of Poland, playing for some of Poland's biggest football clubs, his managerial career was spent in the lower regional divisions in Poland. Having been born in Kraśnik, Oblewski started playing football with his local team Stal Kraśnik at the age of 9. In his early years he was seen as a talent in the youth teams, receiving tutelage from Stal player Jan Błaszkiewicz, he played for three seasons with Stal, narrowly missing out on promotion via the playoffs in one season. In 1979 he was linked with a move to second division club Siarka Tarnobrzeg, but his call up to the army and subsequent move to Legia Warsaw put the move on hold, he spent 18 months in Warsaw, playing a total of scoring one goal. His main success with Legia was winning the Polish Cup in the 1979–80 season. Oblewski moved to join Lech Poznań. Despite playing his early years in a more defensive role his time with and after Lech was as a midfielder.

His time at Lech proved to be successful, playing over 100 league games for the club, winning four competitions while with the club. With Lech he won the I liga in 1982–83, 1983–84 and the Polish Cup in 1982, 1984, he joined Lechia Gdańsk in 1984. Oblewski played at least 20 times in the league for Lechia each season over the next four seasons. During his time with Lechia, they were consistent lower-mid table finishers. In the 1987–88 season Lechia were relegated from the I liga. In his final season of I liga football with Lechia he made 23 appearances. Oblewski had a short spell with Polonia Gdańsk in 1989, before he returned to Lechia Gdańsk to make 5 appearances in the II liga and the II liga playoffs. Oblewski decided to move to abroad to play football to provide a better financial situation for his family, so that his daughters had better living conditions, he moved to Sweden to play with Delsbo IF. He spent four seasons in Delsbo, becoming one of the first players from a communist country to move to Sweden for football.

He returned to Poland for a short loan back to Lechia Gdańsk in 1990 where he played once in what was his final appearance for Lechia. In 1992 he returned to Poland, he joined Stomil while they played in the II liga, helping Stomil to I liga promotion in his second season by winning the league. For Stomil he played a further 29 games in the I liga over two seasons. In his final season Stomil finished 6th in the clubs highest position in their history. Oblewski retired from professional football in 1996. After his playing career Oblewski held 14 different managerial jobs with 10 different clubs, he started his managerial career in 1996 with Stomil Olsztyn, his only management job in the top tier, before managing in the lower leagues with Pomezania Malbork, Jeziorak Iława, Hutnik Nowa Huta, Okęcie Warszawa, Mazowsze Grójec, Ruch Wysokie Mazowieckie, Narew Ostrołęka, Orkan Rumia and AP Żyrardowianka Żyrardów. He retired from management in 2012 with his final job being with AP Żyrardowianka Żyrardów.

He was born in Kraśnik Fabryczny on 11 October 1957, but moved to Bęczyn in February the following year. His parents are Krystyna Oblewska, his father worked as a tailor, with his grandfather, being one of the many potters in Bęczyn. His uncle, Józef Oblewski, was a soldier in the home army during World War II. Shortly after WWII he was killed by a group of sympathizers of the new Communist Government, he married his wife Teresa on 20 October 1979. Together they have four daughters, Aleksanrda born in Poznań and Natalia and Wiktoria all born in Gdańsk, he lives in Wrzeszcz, Gdańsk. Legia Warsaw Polish Cup: 1980Lech Poznań I liga: 1982–83, 1983–84 Polish Cup: 1982, 1984Stomil Olsztyn II liga: 1993–94

Bert W. O'Malley

Bert W. O’Malley is the Tom Thompson Distinguished Service Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology at Baylor College of Medicine. A native of Pittsburgh, he has a bachelor's degree from the University of Pittsburgh and a M. D. from their School of Medicine. He completed his residency at Duke University and spent four years at the National Institute of Health followed by four years serving as the Luscious Birch Professor and the director of the Reproductive Biology Center at Vanderbilt University, he moved to Baylor as Professor and Chairman of Molecular and Cellular Biology. O'Malley's work has been on the primary actions of nuclear receptors, he has published over 600 papers and holds 22 patents in the fields of gene regulation, molecular endocrinology and steroid receptors and transcriptional coactivators. His work on molecular mechanisms of steroid receptor coactivators has great relevance to genetic and reproductive diseases, disorders of metabolism and diabetes, cancers, he is considered as the'father of molecular endocrinology' and has received over 60 awards/prizes for his scientific achievements in this field.

He was awarded the National Medal of Science by U. S. President George W. Bush on September 29, 2008. O'Malley is a brother of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity and was initiated at the Gamma Sigma chapter at the University of Pittsburgh. Dickson Prize, 1979 President of the Endocrine Society in 1985 Member National Academy of Sciences, 1992 National Medal of Science, 2008 Ernst Schering Prize, 2011 Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize, 2018 Member Institute of Medicine Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1996 Fellow, American Academy of Microbiology Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science honorary doctorate Karolinska Institute honorary doctorate New York University honorary doctorate National University of Ireland honorary doctorate University of Maryland honorary doctorate University of Pittsburgh honorary doctorate University of Athens, Greece biography