Legendary is the seventh studio album by American rapper Tyga, released on June 7, 2019, by Last Kings Records and Empire Distribution. It follows the release of Kyoto, it includes the singles "Taste" featuring Offset, "Goddamn", "Haute" featuring Chris Brown and J Balvin. A deluxe version of the album was released on August 23, 2019, it features five released singles: "Dip" with Nicki Minaj, "Girls Have Fun" featuring G-Eazy and Rich the Kid, "Swish", "Floss in the Bank", the most recent single "Bop" with YG and Blueface, as well as four new songs. On the day of the release, Legendary was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America due to a technicality which incorporates the track-equivalent units moved by the released single "Taste". Legendary debuted at number 17 on the US Billboard 200 with 24,000 album-equivalent units, of which 3,000 were pure album sales; the album marks his highest-charting project since 2015’s Fan of a Fan: The Album collaboration with Chris Brown.
The album has over 2 billion streams on Spotify. Credits adapted from Apple Music, Tidal and BMI. Notes ^ signifies an uncredited co-producer "Swish" is stylized in all caps Credits adapted from Tidal. Christian "CQ" Quinonez – engineering
Zhu Lin is a Chinese tennis player. Zhu defeated reigning Doha champion Elise Mertens in Dubai 2019. Zhu has won one doubles title on the WTA Tour, one doubles title on the WTA 125K series as well as eleven singles titles and six doubles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit. On 4 November 2019, she reached her best singles ranking of world No. 83. On 1 May 2017, she peaked at No. 106 in the doubles rankings. Zhu made her WTA Tour debut at the 2014 Hong Kong Tennis Open. Having entered the qualifying tournament, she defeated Wang Yafan, Raluca Olaru, Elitsa Kostova for a spot in the main draw, where she subsequently recorded her first main-draw win at the WTA level by defeating Kristýna Plíšková in the first round. Zhu made her Grand Slam singles debut at the 2015 Wimbledon Championships, where she lost to Belarusian qualifier Aliaksandra Sasnovich in three sets. After losing six first-round matches, Zhu clinched her first singles victory at a Grand Slam tournament at the 2019 US Open, beating compatriot teenager Wang Xinyu in straight sets.
Only main-draw results in WTA Tour, Grand Slam tournaments and Olympic Games are included in win–loss records. This table is current through the 2019 China Open. Zhu Lin at the Women's Tennis Association Zhu Lin at the International Tennis Federation
The Komara government was the government of Guinea which took power after the December 2008 Guinean coup d'état under the direction of the National Council for Democracy and Development junta. This government ended on 26 January 2010 when Jean-Marie Doré formed a transitional government to oversee the country's first democratic elections, which were completed in November 2010; the coup was carried out in December 2008 by the National Council for Democracy and Development following the death of the long serving president, Lansana Conté. The Council was headed by army Captain Moussa Dadis Camara. On 30 December 2008, Camara appointed the technocrat Kabiné Komara as Prime Minister. On 14 January, a cabinet of 28 ministers was announced
Isis Masonic Lodge is a heritage-listed masonic temple at 18 Macrossan Street, Bundaberg Region, Australia. It was designed by F H Faircloth and built from 1897 to 1909, it is known as Corinthian Lodge. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 28 April 2000; the Isis Masonic Lodge in Childers is a two-storey timber building constructed in two stages, the first in 1897 and the second in 1909, to the design of Bundaberg architect Frederick Herbert Faircloth. Located in Macrossan Street, a block behind the main street of Childers, the building survived a major fire in the town in 1902 and remains as one of the oldest buildings in the town. In the 1870s timber cutters were the first European settlers to come to the area surrounding Childers, attracted by large quantities of hoop pine, red cedar and other timbers; the town was established during the 1880s after the land in the nearby area was surveyed into 50-acre farm blocks in 1882. There was no official town survey and Childers developed following the private subdivision of portions 870 and 871, at the railhead of the 1887 Isis railway line from Isis Junction.
On 31 December 1886, the Isis Divisional Board was proclaimed and the extension of the railway to Childers in 1887 provided further impetus for the development of the town. The Freemasonry movement was an integral part of community life in the 19th century and the establishment of a Lodge was a local event representing progress and consolidation of the community; the first meeting of Freemasons in the Childers district took place in 1894 and was called by Constable Richard Henderson and Thomas Gaydon, a local chemist. Early members came from all three constitutions of the time, the English and Irish and a vote was taken at a second meeting in January 1895 which resolved to establish a Lodge under the English constitution; this was achieved in April of the same year with the inauguration of the Corinthian Lodge No. 2573 EC. There were 14 founding members and the Master was Worshipful Brother Robert Henry Blisset, master of the Star of the East Lodge in Maryborough; the opening ceremony and consecration of the Corinthian Lodge took place in the Isis Divisional Board's Office on 4 April 1895.
Subsequent lodge meetings were held in the Childers schoolroom, with furniture and regalia provided by sponsor Lodges in Maryborough and Bundaberg. Members paid a joining fee of £1/1/- for members of English Constitution Lodges and £1/11/6 for members of other constitutions, a portion of which went towards a building fund. A hall committee was formed in July 1896 and the land in Macrossan Street was purchased in April 1897 upon this committee's recommendation, at a cost of £30. Members of the lodge donated money and goods towards the new hall. A single storey timber hall was proposed and funding was provided in the form of a loan from Wor. Bro. Blissett who matched the interest rates offered by the Bank of North Queensland. Bundaberg architect F Herbert Faircloth was commissioned to provide plans in 1897. Herbert Faircloth was responsible for the design of a large number of buildings in Childers after a disastrous fire destroyed most of the main street in March 1902. Born in Maryborough in 1870, Faircloth was articled to the German-trained Bundaberg architect Anton Hettrich and practised for most of his life in Bundaberg, designing many of the town's major buildings.
The first Lodge meeting was held in the new hall on 8 October 1897. By 1908 it became apparent that the hall was not big enough and Faircloth was again approached to provide plans for an additional storey to the hall. JE Sharpe's tender of £368 was accepted and the enlarged hall was consecrated on 9 July 1909. Two storey halls were a popular form for Lodges in Queensland - the upper floor would be reserved for Lodge meetings and the lower floor provided space for a range of public events, such as dances and smoke nights and sports days. Founded on principles of fellowship, charity and "the practice of moral and social virtue", Freemasonry thrived in the absence of Government welfare and Freemasons supported each other and their families in country areas. In 1920, the two Grand Lodges of Queensland merged to form the United Grand Lodge of Queensland, ending years of division within the Freemasonry movement in Queensland; as a consequence, the name of the Corinthian Masonic Lodge in Childers was changed to its current name - the Isis No. 93 UGLQ first appearing in the minutes of 11 November 1921.
Minor alterations have taken place over the years, including the installation of electricity in 1915, replacement of weatherboards in 1956 and re-wiring, re-stumping and replacement of the corrugated iron roof in 1976. A kitchen and toilet have been added to the rear of the building; the building has been used continuously as a Masonic Lodge since its construction. The Isis Masonic Lodge is a tall rectilinear timber building whose form and simplicity creates a striking presence in Macrossan Street, Childers. Located in a residential setting, the site is grassed and slopes away from road level with a ramp and handrail defining access to the building. Two thin pencil pines Cupressus semperzirens on either side of the entry ramp are the only plantings on the site; the building is two storey and raised on concrete and timber stumps, with an ornate facade whose parapet covers the gable end of the shallow, pitched roof. The facade is the most characteristic aspect of the building. Painted in blue and white, the colours of Freemasonry, the front stands out starkly against the undecorated sides and back of the building.
The front elevation is symmetrically composed around a central entrance which consists of doorways and a porch. The porch has a gable roof at the upper level, supported on timber posts with a decorative wrought iro
Peter S. Cohan is an American businessman and author. Cohan writes the Start-up Economy column for Forbes magazine,' and'The Hungry Start-up column for Inc magazine and Main, his Worcester Telegram & Gazette column, helped its Business Matters section win the 2012 New England Newspaper and Press Association award for the best Business page for papers over 30k circulation], he is a member of the Wharton Blog Network, which received the Gold Award in the 2013 Council for Advancement and Support of Education District II Accolades Awards program. From September 2004 to September 2008, Cohan served on the board of the Alzheimer's Association, Massachusetts Chapter, he is the brother of William D. Cohan. Startup Cities: Why Only a Few Cities Dominate the Global Startup Scene and What the Rest Should Do About It Template:978-1484233924 Disciplined Growth Strategies: Insights From the Growth Trajectories of Successful and Unsuccessful Companies ISBN 978-1-4842-2447-2 Hungry Start-up Strategy: Creating New Ventures with Limited Resources and Unlimited Vision, ISBN 978-1609945282 Export Now: Five Keys to Entering New Markets, co-authored with Frank Lavin, ISBN 978-0470828168 Capital Rising, co-authored by U.
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