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Robert S. Roeschlaub

Robert Sawers Roeschlaub was a noted Colorado architect. Roeschlaub was born in Munich, Germany to Michael, private physician to the King of Bavaria, Margaretta, his Scotland-born mother; the family emigrated to the United States in 1845, living in Missouri at first, but settling in Quincy, Illinois. In August 1862, Robert enlisted from Quincy in the 84th Illinois Infantry - Company E as a sergeant, was promoted to Second Lieutenant in May 1863, promoted again to First Lieutenant in March 1865, promoted to Captain on June 6, 1865 but never mustered with that rank as two days he mustered out with the rank of First Lieutenant, he was wounded twice during the Civil War, first in 1862 during the Battle of Stones River and in 1863 at the Battle of Chickamauga. After the war he returned to Quincy, marrying Anna Fisher in 1868, he began studying architecture under Robert Bunce, relocating to Denver, Colorado in 1873 and practicing as Robert S. Roeschlaub. In 1903, his son Frank joined the practice and the firm was renamed Roeschlaub & Son, which continued until Robert's retirement in 1912.

He designed numerous schools, college buildings and residences and commercial buildings. He was one of three curators at the Colorado Historical Society and worked on improving Denver's building code, he was elected to the American Institute of Architects in 1889 and the College of Fellows of the AIA elevated Roeschlaub to Fellow in 1900. He was President of AIA Colorado from 1892 to 1912. In 1909 when the architect's licensing law was passed, Roeschlaub was given license Number One. Denver commercial buildings he is credited with designing include the King Block, Bancroft Block, Times Building, Union Block, Barth Block, A. T. Lewis & Son Dept. Store and the I. F. Williams Store. Only the Lewis Department Store and the Hover Drug Co. Buildings remain; the Lewis Department Store, though listed in the National Register, is considered significant for its historic rather than architectural association. The Hover is the best surviving example of a commercial structure designed by Roeschlaub. Other National Historic Landmark registered Roeschlaub buildings include the Central City Opera House, Trinity United Methodist Church, Corona School, Chamberlin Observatory at the University of Denver, Cheyenne County Jail now a museum, the Hover Mansion and the First Congregational Church.

He was the subject of the book Robert S. Roeschlaub: Architect of the Emerging West, 1843-1923 by Francine Haber, Kenneth R. Fuller, David N. Wetzel published in April 1988 by the Colorado Historical Society and republished by the University Press of Colorado in July 1992. Robert Sawers Roeschlaub died at California, he is interred at Denver. Trinity United Methodist Church Chamberlin Observatory Virtual Tour Old Cheyenne County Jail Richard Little Residence, Littleton, CO Hall of Chemistry, Colorado School of Mines 84th Illinois Infantry

Vairag

Vairag is a town in Barshi Taluka of Solapur district in Maharashtra, India. The village is located centrally between Barshi, its population is 45,000 as per 2011 census. Vairag is a village with the second biggest population in Maharashtra; the Gram panchayat incorporates the main village and 56 small villages and hamlets inside its legal boundary. The village have one of the big sugar factory in Solapur district; the village has growing MIDC owned industrial park. Sasure, Sarjapur, Irle, Tulshidas Nagar, Manegav are the nearby villages. Vairag is surrounded by Mohol Taluka on the south, Osmanabad Taluka and Tuljapur Taluka towards the east, Madha Taluka towards the west. Osmanabad, Solapur, Pandharpur and Kurduwadi are the nearest towns and cities to the village. Vairag is full of ancient temples; the village is well known for its Aadat livestock market. The first Prime Minister of India Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru visited the village; the village hosts a large fair in honour of Shri. Santanath Maharaj carnival in August, on the day of Narali-Pournima..

Public entertainment on day includes Jazz-Pathak, Dhol-Tasha etc.. There is no railway station near to Vairag in less than 10 km. Solapur Jn Rail Way Station, Barsi Town Rail Way Station, Solapur Junction Railway Station, Umed Railway Station, Uplai Railway Station are the railway stations reachable from nearby towns. Barshi, Bhum, Solapur, Kurduwadi, Madha are the nearby by towns to Vairag having road connectivity to Vairag The city is well known in the region for its educational institutions and nearby villages depend upon these educational facilities. Major Schools - 1. Tulshidas Jadhav Prashala, vairag 2. Vidhyamandir high school, vairag 3. Vidhyamandir all girls school, vairag 4. Sadguru Anuradhatai institute, vairag a) primary and secondary high school b)BA and B Ed 5. Polytechnique college,vairag 6. Daffodils primary school, vairag 7. Navin marathi school, vairag 8. Shardadevi high school, vairag 9. Suvarnlata gandhi college of arts, vairag 10. Savitribai phule primary school, vairag 11. Arnav modern high school, vairag12.

Indira college of engineering, vairag 13 BAMS college 14 Vidya Sadhna Prashala, Vairag

Kung Pow! Enter the Fist

Kung Pow! Enter the Fist is a 2002 American martial arts comedy film that parodies Hong Kong action cinema. Written, directed by and starring Steve Oedekerk, it uses footage from the 1976 Hong Kong martial arts film Tiger & Crane Fists, along with new footage shot by Oedekerk, to create an original, unrelated plot; the film was a moderate box office success, grossing $17 million worldwide, received negative critical reviews but has since become a cult film. A sequel, to be written and directed by Oedekerk, was announced in 2015. A man, called The Chosen One by the narrator, wanders from town to town to search for the man who killed his family and tried to kill him when he was a baby. In one town, he meets Master Tang, a ill and deranged sifu, asks Tang to help him improve his impressive martial arts ability. Master Tang is skeptical at first, but after seeing The Chosen One's mark, he allows him to train at his dojo; the Chosen One is introduced to two other students: Wimp Lo, a young man, deliberately trained incorrectly as a joke, Ling, who has romantic feelings for him.

While training, The Chosen One shows cartoon-like feats of strength, Wimp Lo deems him an enemy out of jealousy. Upon learning that Master Pain, the man who killed his parents, has just arrived in town, The Chosen One prepares to confront him. Master Pain demonstrates his skills, he lets his henchmen hit him with Bo staffs all over his body and groin subdues them all in one move. Impressed by Master Pain's skills, the town's mayor hires him, Master Pain randomly changes his name to Betty; the Chosen One attempts to train himself by letting people hit him with bow staffs all over his body and in the groin, but is knocked out after being hit. When he wakes up, a mysterious woman named. After flirtily fighting The Chosen One, Whoa flies off into the sky. Ignoring the advice, The Chosen One sets off to find Betty, he comes across one of Betty's evil companions: Moo Nieu, a Holstein cow gifted in karate, with a large udder that can squirt milk as a weapon. The Chosen One incapacitates Moo Nieu by milking her until her udder is empty.

He confronts him. Master Doe, Ling's Father, shows up and tries to stop the unprepared Chosen One, is wounded by Betty; the Chosen One takes Master Doe to Master Tang. However, as Tang massages Doe's wound, it does not close and Doe dies that night. Out of depression, Ling confesses her feelings for The Chosen One. Confused, The Chosen One consults the heavens for confidence. Mu-Shu Fasa, a large sentient lion, appears in the sky and dispenses advice in a scene parodying a portion of The Lion King, he returns to town and finds that Betty's hostility has expanded to the entire town, they are killing anyone who may be his allies. He finds Wimp Lo, Master Tang and his dog maimed. However, except for Lo, they all survive. After taking Ling and his dog to safety, The Chosen One begins training himself. Discovering Betty's weak points are the pyramid spikes embedded in his chest, The Chosen One makes wooden dummies, embeds similar spikes onto their chests and attempts to pluck them out with his bare hands.

His hands are battered and he is exhausted, but after Ling treats his wounds and gives an inspiring speech, he finds himself rejuvenated and pulls off the attack. Meanwhile, Betty learns that The Chosen One is alive; the Chosen One confronts Betty at the temple. They fight evenly, until the Evil Council shows up revealing themselves to be French aliens, gives Betty supernatural powers. Betty viciously beats up The Chosen One, who, in a semi-unconscious state, sees visions of Whoa and Mu-Shu Fasa giving him advice. Mu-Shu instructs him to open his mouth; as soon as he does, Tonguey flies out and attacks and destroys the mother ship, causing the entire Evil Council armada to panic and retreat, leaving Betty vulnerable. The Chosen One rips the pyramid spikes out of Betty's chest, killing him; as The Chosen One returns home with Ling, his tribulations are far from over, as presented in a trailer for a sequel, Kung Pow 2: Tongue of Fury, that follows the final scene. In a post-credits scene, Master Tang, left behind, asks someone to help him from a hungry golden eagle eating his leg.

Steve Oedekerk – The Chosen One Jimmy Wang Yu Alejandro Olazabal – The Chosen One as a baby Hui Lou Chen – Master Tang Fei Lung – Master Pain a.k.a. "Betty" Leo Lee – Young Master Pain Ling Ling Tse – Ling Lin Yan – Dying Ling Lau Kar-wingWimp Lo Banjo – Dog Jennifer Tung – Whoa Chi Ma – Master Doe Tad Horino – Chew Fat Lip Nasty Nes – Boombox Henchman Ming Lo – Father Peggy Lu – Mother Tori Tran – Peasant Woman Simon Rhee – Young Master Pain's Henchman In many scenes, Jimmy Wang Yu, the lead actor in Tiger & Crane Fists, was replaced by Oedekerk via post-production chroma key and digital compositing techniques such as head replacement. Oedekerk re-dubbed all of the original cast's voices himself, inventing a different voice for every character; the only exception is the character of "Whoa", voiced by her actress, Jennifer Tung. During filming of their scenes and Tung spoke nonsensical lines, which were re-dubbed with the correct lines from the script, in order to maintain the appearance of poorly-dubbed foreign language consistent with the rest of the film.

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Ajax High School

Ajax High School is located in Ajax, Canada within the Durham District School Board. It is the fourth-largest in all of Ajax; the school offers a wide range of extracurricular activities. The school offers a French Immersion program. Ajax High School was given a 5.5 rating in 2012/13 and ranked 478th out of 740 schools across Ontario. The school has since undergone several large expansions. In the 1960s, a large section that today houses the main office, front entrance, courtyard, as well as several classrooms, was added. In the early 2000s, a wing was added to the east side of the building. Many of these classrooms are now devoted to science courses. In recent years, many students have expressed a desire to change the team mascot from the "Rams" to the "Battleships", in honour of the World War II vessel that the town was named after. List of high schools in Ontario Ajax High School Ajax Tumblr

Houlu dialect

The Houlu dialect is a dialect of Datian Min, classified as a part of the Southern Min group of varieties of Chinese. It is spoken in northwestern Datian County, southwestern Youxi County, several townships in Yong'an City and Sha County in the center of Fujian Province. In Youxi County, it is known as the Xinqiao dialect, it mixes several Min languages nearby such as Northern Min, Central Min, Eastern Min, Hokkien. The main area where Houlu is spoken is northern Datian including Guangping, Qitao and Meishan, covering 22.45% of the population of Datian. The variety spoken in Guangping can be regarded as the representative. Although Houlu includes some features of Min Zhong and other Min languages, it is still not mutually intelligible with other Min Nan dialects. In the Houlu dialect, there are 41 rimes and 7 tones. Datian County Local Chronicles Editorial Board, ed.. Datian Xianzhi 大田县志. Volume 33: 方言. Beijing: Zhonghua Book Company. ISBN 7-101-01536-0. Sanming City Local Chronicles Editorial Board, ed..

Sanming Shizhi 三明市志. Volume 53: 方言. Beijing: Fangzhi Chubanshe. ISBN 7-80122-619-4

Thermal relief

A thermal relief pad, thermal pad or thermal, is a printed circuit board pad connected to a copper pour using a thermal connection. It looks like a normal pad with copper "spokes" connecting it to the surrounding copper. A typical pad on a printed circuit board is only connected to a few narrow tracks. A pad directly connected to the copper pour is difficult to solder, since the heat leaks away from the pad into the copper pour due to high thermal conductivity of copper. A thermal connection restricts the heat flow. Via holes that only connect one layer to another, without having soldering wires or pins into the hole, do not need thermal restriction. Wire-leaded components may require the thermal relief pattern to be customized or omitted when carrying radio-frequency currents, or where high current densities are expected. In these cases the parts may require additional hand soldering during assembly. Copper pour Heat trap Thermal barrier "Section 9.1.3: Thermal Relief in Conductor Planes". IPC-2221A: Generic Standard on Printed Board Design.

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