The Tempest was a sailing event on the Sailing at the 1976 Summer Olympics program in Kingston, Ontario. Seven races were scheduled. 32 sailors, on 16 boats, from 16 nations competed. DNF = Did Not Finish, DNS= Did Not Start, DSQ = Disqualified, PMS = Premature Start, YMP = Yacht Materially Prejudiced = Male, = Female The British pairing of Allen Warren and David Hunt had their boat, Gift'Orse damaged while in transit to the competition, which impacted on their performance. After the final race and Hunt took some acetone and a flare and set the boat on fire. Louis Chantigny. Montréal 1976 Official Report,Volume I: Organization. Ottawa: COJO. Retrieved 2011-01-24. CS1 maint: extra text: authors list Louis Chantigny. Montréal 1976 Official Report,Volume II: Facilities. Ottawa: COJO. Retrieved 2011-01-24. CS1 maint: extra text: authors list Louis Chantigny. Montréal 1976 Official Report,Volume III: Results. Ottawa: COJO. Retrieved 2011-01-24. CS1 maint: extra text: authors list Kubatko, Justin. "Sailing at the 1976 Montréal Summer Games: Tempest".
Georg Huth was a German Orientalist and explorer. Huth was born in Krotoszyn in the Province of Prussia. In 1885, he entered the University of Berlin, he graduated at the University of Leipzig in 1889. In 1891, he established himself at Berlin University as lecturer in Central Asiatic languages and in Buddhism. In 1897, he undertook a journey to Siberia for the purpose of studying Tungusic, receiving a subvention from the Imperial Academy of Sciences of St. Petersburg, he went to eastern Turkestan with the German Turfan expedition of the Königliches Museum für Völkerkunde of Berlin, in 1902, spent the following year in western Turkestan studying Turkish dialects and folklore. He published, among others, the following works: "Die Zeit des Kālidāsa". Father to the writer and professor Dr. Arno George Huth, grandfather to the American artist Gerald Arno Huth, great-grandfather to the curator Naomi Huth; this article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Isidore. "Huth, Georg".
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