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Shaheb Bibi Golaam

Shaheb Bibi Golaam is an Indian Bengali film directed by Pratim D. Gupta and stars Anjan Dutt, Swastika Mukherjee and Ritwick Chakraborty in the lead roles; the film depicts the story of a contract killer, a housewife and a taxi driver from a Metropolitan city. The music is released by Amara Muzik. Anjan Dutt as Jimmy Swastika Mukherjee as Jaya Ritwick Chakraborty as Javed Parno Mittra as Rumi Vikram Chatterjee as Zico Roy Sudip Mukherjee Suman Mukherjee Avishek De Biswas as Nakul Pratim D. Gupta clarified the fact that the film is neither an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Bimal Mitra, nor does it have any connection with the earlier film adaptations of the novel; the story of the film has been created by Gupta himself and the script was written five years before the development, prior to Paanch Adhyay. Though titles like Jimmy Jaya Javed and Trikaal were into consideration for the film, it was chosen to be Shaheb Bibi Golaam; the film marks the first collaboration between the lead actors.

Though Mukherjee was opted for the female lead in Paanch Adhyay, the role switched over to Dia Mirza. Anjan Dutt gave a nod to the film when he heard the script while being in a casual discussion with Gupta. Dutt will be playing the role of a middle-aged Anglo-Indian contract-killer and Mukherjee's character will be that of middle-class housewife. Ritwick Chakraborty will be portraying the role of a taxi driver, in a relationship with the character played by Parno Mittra. Shooting for the film started from November 2014; the music for Shaheb Bibi Golaam is composed by Anupam Roy and the lyrics have been penned by Anupam himself. The music rights have been acquired by Amara Muzik; the full music album was released on 6 August 2016

Alberta Group

The Alberta Group is a stratigraphical unit of Cenomanian to early Campanian age in the Lewis overthrust in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It takes the name from the province of Alberta, was first described in outcrops along the Highwood River in southern Alberta by G. S. Hume in 1930; the Alberta Group is composed of silty shale for the most part. Two thick shale deposits are present below a sandstone sequence. Sideritic concretions and thin argillaceous limestone. Gas is produced from the Cardium Formation in Yellowhead County; the Alberta Group occurs along the Canadian Rockies foothills from the United States-Canada border to the Athabasca River. In its type locality along the Highwood River in Southern Alberta, the group has a thickness of 610 feet, it reaches a maximum of 1,219 feet north of the North Saskatchewan River. The Alberta Group is conformably overlain by the Belly River Formation and rests unconformably on deposits of the Blairmore Group and Luscar Group in the Canadian Rockies foothills and on the volcanic Crowsnest Formation in southern Alberta's west.

The group is equivalent with the Colorado Group and Lea Park Formation in southern Alberta's prairies, with the Smoky Group in northern Alberta and north-east British Columbia. The Wapiabi Formation is equivalent to the upper Colorado Group shales and Lea Park Formation in central Alberta and the sum of Puskwaskau Formation, Bad Heart Formation and Muskiki Formation in the west part of northern Alberta; the Alberta Group has the following sub-divisions from top to base

Ouvidor

Ouvidor is a municipality in southeast Goiás state, Brazil. Located 267 kilometers from the state capital, Goiânia, Ouvidor is connected by BR-352 / Bela Vista de Goiás / Cristianópolis / GO-020 / Pires do Rio / BR-352 / GO-330 / Ipameri / Catalão / GO-330 / BR-352. See Distancias Rodoviarias Sepin Ouvidor has boundaries with the following municipalities: north: Catalão and Davinópolis; the settlement began to grow with farmers moving into the region and it belonged to Catalão. The first name was the name of a local plant. With the increase in population the town became a district in 1948 and a municipality in 1953; the name was changed to Ouvidor, because of the small river. In January 2005 the Mayor was João Cezar Fonseca; the city council had 9 members and there were 4,268 eligible voters in December 2007. In 2007 the population density was 11.45 inhabitants/km2. In 2007 there were 625 inhabitants in the rural area; the population has increased by about 1,200 inhabitants since 1980. Ouvidor has an economy based on the exploration of minerals.

The most important is Niobium, extracted from open pits and transformed into ferro niobium See Angloamerican, used in the airplane industry. There are only three deposits of niobium in the world: two in Brazil, in Ouvidor and Araxá, another in Canada. All of the niobium is exported. MCG - Mineração Catalão de Goiás, began its activities in refinement of niobium in 1976, its production is exported to countries like Japan, United Kingdom and the United States. See Angloamerian In addition to ferro niobium there are two large plants producing phosphates. COPEBRAS See Copebras started producing phosphates in 1978, its product is sent to Cubatão São Paulo to make phosphoric acid. Ultrafértil began producing phosphates in 1982, its production is used to make fertilizer. Another important industry in Ouvidor is Sakura—Nakala Alimentos Ltda., a national leader in the segment of soy sauce. It employs around 200 workers in the city. Economic Data Industrial units: 11 Retail commercial units: 53 Dairies: Joaquim Teodoro Neto de Souza Financial institutions: Banco Itaú S.

A. The economic sector employing more people was that of transformation industries, followed by public administration. In 2004 there were 27,000 head of cattle; the main agricultural products were garlic, coffee, manioc, corn and tomatoes, None exceeded 1,000 hectares in planted area. Agricultural data 2006 Farms: 361 Total area: 11,149 ha. Area of permanent crops: 121 ha. Area of perennial crops: 653 ha. Area of natural pasture: 9,945 ha. Area of woodland and forests: 271 ha. Persons dependent on farming: 900 Farms with tractors: 20 Number of tractors: 35 Cattle herd: 27,000 In 2007 there was 1 hospital, with 34 beds, 2 ambulatory health clinics. In 2000 the infant mortality rate was 16.95, well below the national average of 33.0. In 2005 the school system had 4 schools, 35 classrooms, 69 teachers, 1,195 students. There was 1 secondary school with 199 students. In 2000 the adult literacy rate was 90.2%, well above the national average of 86.4%. Ranking on the Municipal Human Development Index MHDI: 0.785 State ranking: 22 National ranking: 945 See Frigoletto.com List of municipalities in Goiás Catalão Microregion Microregions of Goiás Frigoletto Distancias Rodoviarias Sepin Site with useful information

Abderhalden's drying pistol

Abderhalden's drying pistol is a piece of laboratory glassware used to free samples from traces of water, or other impurities. It is called a "pistol" because of its resemblance to the firearm, its use has declined due to modern hotplate vacuum pumps. The apparatus was first described in a book edited by Emil Abderhalden; the drying pistol allows the sample to be dried at elevated temperature. The drying pistol consists of two concentric barrels; the outer barrel is connected at the bottom to a round bottom flask, a condenser. To operate the drying pistol, a sample is placed within the inner barrel, the barrel is evacuated; the round bottom flask, filled with an appropriate solvent, is heated to a boil. Hot vapors warm the inner barrel. By choosing the appropriate solvent, the temperature at which the sample is dried can be selected; the trap is filled with an appropriate material: water is removed with phosphorus pentoxide, acidic gases by potassium or sodium hydroxide, organic solvents by thin pieces of paraffin.

However, use of these agents has been shown to have little efficacy. The main impurity to be removed is water; this set-up allows the desiccation of heat-sensitive compounds under mild conditions. Removing these trace impurities is important to give good results for elemental analysis and gravimetric analysis

The Festival Album

The Festival Album is a live album by The Jazz Crusaders recorded in 1966 and released on the Pacific Jazz label. AllMusic rated the album with 3½ stars noting: "The Festival Album was the only live set by the Jazz Crusaders not recorded at the Lighthouse; as such, it is a compilation of performances recorded at the Pacific Jazz and Newport Festivals in 1966". "Introduction - 0:34 "Trance Dance" - 9:28 "Summer's Madness" - 10:06 "Young Rabbits" - 7:49 "Freedom Sound" - 7:59 "Wilton's Boogaloo" - 11:35 Bonus track on CD reissue "Half and Half" - 9:14 Bonus track on CD reissueRecorded at the Newport Jazz Festival in Newport, RI on July 4, 1966, at the Pacific Jazz Festival in Costa Mesa, CA on October 8, 1966 and at Shelly's Manne-Hole in Hollywood, CA on July 19, 1968 Wayne Henderson - trombone Wilton Felder - tenor saxophone Joe Sample - piano Jimmy Bond, Herbie Lewis, Buster Williams - bass Stix Hooper - drums