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Jimalee Burton

Jimalee Chitwood Burton known as Ho-Chee-Nee, was an American writer and lecturer of Creek-Cherokee ancestry. Jimalee Chitwood was born on January 23, 1906 in El Reno, the first child of James Alexander Chitwood and Mary Caroline Burger Chitwood, her father was a Cherokee who worked as a rider for the Pony Express and had moved from Texas to Indian Territory during the Land Rush of 1889. In 1949, Burton's oil painting Buffalo Dance was showcased at the Philbrook Museum of Art's annual Native American painting competition, she became the first woman to exhibit at the event and received the "Third Purchase Prize for the Woodland Region". How the Boy Medicine Came to the Kiowas, an oil painting on canvas, completed by Burton in the "mid-20th century", is now housed at the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Burton was a prolific writer. In 1979, Burton's anthology of poems and traditional stories, titled Indian Heritage, Indian Pride: Stories That Touched My Life, was released by the University of Oklahoma Press.

She pledged all of her royalties to the construction of a Cherokee chapel. Burton edited The Native Voice for fifteen years. Jimalee Chitwood married radio personality Dan "Smiling Dan" Burton in 1933 until his death; the couple did not have any children together, although Dan Burton had a son from a previous marriage. Bataille, Gretchen. Native American Women: A Biographical Dictionar. Routledge. ISBN 9781135955878. Broder, Patricia. Earth Songs, Moon Dreams: Paintings by American Indian Women. Macmillan. ISBN 9781466859722. Irvine, Keith. Encyclopedia of Indians of the Americas. 3. Scholarly Press. ISBN 9780403017959. Pope, Margaret Chitwood; the Family of Squire and Mary Wray Chitwood. Towery Press. Sanders, Thomas. "Book Review". American Indian Law Review. 3: 529–533. Teuton, Christopher. Cherokee Stories of the Turtle Island Liars’ Club. UNC Press Books. ISBN 9780807837498

2019 Levene Gouldin & Thompson Tennis Challenger

The 2019 Levene Gouldin & Thompson Tennis Challenger was a professional tennis tournament played on hard court. It was the 26th edition of the tournament, part of the 2019 ATP Challenger Tour, it took place in Binghamton, United States between 22 and 28 July 2019. 1 Rankings are as of July 15, 2019. The following players received wildcards into the singles main draw: Andrew Fenty Mitchell Krueger Alexander Ritschard Noah Rubin Sergiy StakhovskyThe following player received entry into the singles main draw using a protected ranking: Raymond SarmientoThe following players received entry into the singles main draw as alternates: John Paul Fruttero Nathan Pasha Karl Poling Nathan Ponwith Bernardo Saraiva Volodymyr UzhylovskyiThe following players received entry into the singles main draw using their ITF World Tennis Ranking: Preston Brown Lloyd Glasspool Diego Hidalgo Strong Kirchheimer Michail Pervolarakis Alexey Zakharov Yūichi Sugita def. João Menezes 7–6, 1–6, 6–2. Max Purcell / Luke Saville def.

JC Aragone / Alex Lawson 6–4, 4–6. Official Website

Thalotia

Thalotia is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Trochidae, the top snails. The thick, solid shell is elevated-conical, granulated or spirally ribbed; the periphery is obtusely angular. The small aperture is ovate; the outer lip is crenulated within. The columella is subtruncated. Species within the genus Thalotia include: Thalotia beluchistana Melvill, J. C. 1897 Thalotia conica Thalotia elongata Sowerby, G. B. I, 1818 Thalotia khlimax Vilvens, 2012 Thalotia maldivensis Smith, 1903 Thalotia polysarchosa Vilvens, 2012 Thalotia pulchra Thalotia rariguttata Thalotia tiaraeides Vilvens, 2012The following species were brought into synonymy:Thalotia aspera Kuroda & Habe, 1952: synonym of Tosatrochus attenuatus Thalotia attenuata: synonym of Tosatrochus attenuatus Thalotia chlorostoma: synonym of Odontotrochus chlorostomus Thalotia comtessei Iredale, 1931: synonym of Calthalotia fragum Thalotia crenellifera Adams, 1853: synonym of Cantharidus crenelliferus Thalotia dubia Tenison-Woods, J.

E. 1878: synonym of Thalotia conica Thalotia kotschyi: synonym of Osilinus kotschyi. A. Smith, 1884: synonym of Calthalotia arruensis Thalotia woodsiana Angas, 1872: synonym of Thalotia conica Thalotia yokohamaensis Donald, K. M. 1878: synonym of Kanekotrochus infuscatus Gould, A. A. 1861 Thalotia zebrides A. Adams, 1851: synonym of Prothalotia pyrgos Philippi, 1849 Gray, 1847 Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 15: 145. F.. Catalogue of Tertiary Mollusca in the Department of Geology, British Museum. Part I; the Australasian Tertiary Mollusca. London: British Museum of Natural History. 407 pp. 8 pls. Cotton, B. C.. South Australian Mollusca. Archaeogastropoda. Adelaide: South Australian Government Printer. To GenBank To ITIS To World Register of Marine Species

Mário Zagallo

Mário Jorge Lobo Zagallo is a Brazilian former football player and manager, who played as a forward. He holds the record for World Cup titles in general with 4 titles in total, he was the first person to win the FIFA World Cup as both a manager and as a player, winning the competition in 1958 and 1962 as a player, in 1970 as manager and in 1994 as assistant manager. Zagallo coached Brazil in 1974 and in 1998 and was a technical assistant in 2006 reaching the quarterfinal, he is one of three men, along with Germany's Franz Beckenbauer and France's Didier Deschamps to have won the World Cup as a player and as a manager and the only one that has done it 4 times. In 1992 Zagallo received the FIFA Order of Merit, the highest honour awarded by FIFA, for his contributions to football, he was named the World Soccer Magazine 9th Greatest Manager of All Time in 2013 Zagallo started his football career with América in 1948, he played for Flamengo and Botafogo. He won the World Cup as a player with Brazil in 1962.

At the time of the 1958 tournament he was a Flamengo player but by the 1962 event he was with Botafogo. He won a total of 33 caps for Brazil between 1958 and 1964. Zagallo was a diminutive left winger with a small physique, known for his technical skills and his high defensive work-rate, as well as his ability to make attacking runs from deeper areas of the pitch, he was capable of playing as a forward, either as a main striker, or as an inside forward. Zagallo won the World Cup as a manager in 1970, as assistant coach in 1994, both with Brazil, he was the first person to win the World Cup both as a manager. Winning the World Cup in 1970 at the age of 38, he is the second youngest coach to win a World Cup, after Alberto Suppici, who won aged 31 with Uruguay in 1930. Zagallo married Alcina de Castro on 13 January 1955 at the Church of Capuchins in Rio de Janeiro and they remained together until her death on 5 November 2012. Mário and Alcina had four children, he is a practicing Roman Catholic. Zagallo was nicknamed the professor by his players throughout his career, due to his tactical awareness and commanding presence on the bench.

He was nicknamed Velho Lobo due to his surname "Lobo", which means "wolf". Brazil FIFA World Cup: 1958, 1962 Copa América runner-up: 1959Flamengo Rio de Janeiro State Championship: 1953, 1954, 1955Botafogo Rio-São Paulo Tournament: 1962, 1964 Rio de Janeiro State Championship: 1961, 1962Individual FIFA World Cup All-Star Team: 1962 Brazilian Football Museum Hall of Fame Brazil FIFA World Cup: 1970 Runner-up: 1998 FIFA Confederations Cup: 1997 Copa América: 1997 Runner-up: 1995 CONCACAF Gold Cup: Runner-up: 1996 Third place: 1998Kuwait AFC Asian Cup: Runner-up: 1976Botafogo Taça Brasil: 1968 Rio de Janeiro State Championship: 1967, 1968Flamengo Copa dos Campeões: 2001 Rio de Janeiro State Championship: 1972, 2001Individual IFFHS World's Best National Coach: 1997 World Soccer Magazine 9th Greatest Manager of All Time: 2013 List of FIFA World Cup records and statistics#Coaching List of Brazil national football team managers Roberto Assaf, Clóvis Martins. Campeonato carioca: 96 anos de história, 1902–1997.

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Neutron embrittlement

Neutron embrittlement, sometimes more broadly radiation embrittlement, is the embrittlement of various materials due to the action of neutrons. This is seen in nuclear reactors, where the release of high-energy neutrons causes the long-term degradation of the reactor materials; the embrittlement is caused by the microscopic movement of atoms. Neutron embrittlement mechanisms include: Hardening and dislocation pinning due to nanometer features created by irradiation Generation of lattice defects in collision cascades via the high-energy recoil atoms produced in the process of neutron scattering. Diffusion of major defects, which leads to higher amounts of solute diffusion, as well as formation of nanoscale defect-solute cluster complexes, solute clusters, distinct phases. Neutron irradiation embrittlement limits the service life of reactor-pressure vessels in nuclear power plants due to the degradation of reactor materials. In order to perform at high efficiency and safely contain coolant water at temperatures around 290ºC and pressures of ~7 MPa to 14 MPa, the RPV must be heavy-section steel.

Due to regulations, RPV failure probabilities must be low. To achieve sufficient safety, the design of the reactor assumes large cracks and extreme loading conditions. Under such conditions, a probable failure mode is rapid, catastrophic fracture if the vessel steel is brittle. Tough RPV base metals that are used are A302B, A533B plates, or A508 forgings. Over the past few decades, RPV embrittlement has been addressed by the use of tougher steels with lower trace impurity contents, the decrease of neutron flux that the vessel is subject to, the elimination of beltline welds. However, embrittlement remains an issue for older reactors. Pressurized water reactors are more susceptible to embrittlement than boiling water reactors; this is due to PWRs sustaining more neutron impacts. To counteract this, many PWRs have a specific core design that reduces the number of neutrons hitting the vessel wall. Moreover, PWR designs must be mindful of embrittlement because of pressurized thermal shock, an accident scenario that occurs when cold water enters a pressurized reactor vessel, introducing large thermal stress.

This thermal stress may cause fracture. "Backgrounder on Reactor Pressure Vessel Issues". Nuclear Regulatory Commission. February 2016. Pu, Jue. "Radiation Embrittlement". Stanford University. Specific