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Kisecik

Kisecik is a small belde in the central district of Karaman Province, Turkey. The town is situated to the west of the Karadağ Mountain at 37°23′N 33°01′E; the distance to Karaman is 35 km. The population of the town is 759 as of 2011 The name of the town means " poor" in older Turkish, because the earliest inhabitants were nomads; the town was founded as a result of an operation of the Ottoman Empire government to settle the nomadic tribes in 1887. The government settled. In 1991 the settlement was declared a seat of township; the main crops of the town are cereals and sugarbeet. According to Sustainable development report prepared by the Ministry of Environment and Forestry the projected population of Kisecik in 2025 is 4000; the present master plan of the town is found to be sufficient for the future expansion

Bob Poe

Bob Poe is an American businessman and former cabinet member who ran for Governor of Alaska in the 2010 Alaska gubernatorial election. Poe announced his candidacy in January 2009 and was the first Democrat to announce his intention to run for governor, he has worked with various administrations in Alaska under former Governors Bill Sheffield, Steve Cowper, Tony Knowles, Wally Hickel. On June 14, 2010 he announced. Poe spent his early years in the Sherwood Forest neighborhood of Webster Groves, St. Louis, Missouri. Poe's mother was a teacher, his father received training in dentistry. Poe's father was forced to cease studying dentistry, he graduated from De Smet Jesuit High School. In 1977, he earned a bachelor's degree in business finance from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Poe studied for a Master of Business Administration from the same university, earning his degree in 1979 with a concentration in international finance and economics. Around the time he earned his MBA, Poe took a job with the professional services firm Price Waterhouse as a business consultant, was working in Springfield, Illinois when an opportunity with the company came up to design a new accounting system for the State of Alaska.

Poe, an avid mountain climber, leaped at the opportunity to move to Alaska and arrived in the state capitol of Juneau in January 1981. The accounting system he created, which came to be known as the Alaska Statewide Accounting System, is still in use in 2009. Democratic Governor Bill Sheffield offered Poe a position in Alaska's Office of Management and Budget in 1983, allowing him to work on creating a new budgeting system for the state. In 1985, Poe went on to work for Coopers & Lybrand, working on financial projects including the valuation of Eklutna River hydroelectric dam and the Snettisham hydroelectric dam. Democratic Governor Steve Cowper asked Poe to be the Deputy Commissioner of Transportation and Public Facilities in 1987. Under Poe's supervision, the Department of Transportation's was able to provide a $240 million return to the state. In 1988, Governor Cowper appointed Poe as the Director of International Trade. Poe managed the state's international trade offices in Japan and Taiwan, was in charge of overseeing trade relations with the Russian government.

By 1993, Poe was working for the state Senate Finance Committee, reported to Republican state senator Drue Pearce. He was appointed by Governor Wally Hickel, as Director of Administrative Services for the Alaska Department of Environment Conservation. Poe began working for the state again in 1997 when Governor Knowles asked him to take over as Business Development Manager of the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority. In 1998, Poe was asked by Governor Knowles to be the Y2K Senior Project Manager, in addition to appointing him Commissioner of Administration, a confirmed cabinet position that Poe held until he was appointed as Executive Director of AIDEA and the Alaska Energy Authority in 2000. Poe became the Vice President of the ASCG Inc. a subsidiary of the Arctic Slope Regional Corporation, in 2004 he became the President and CEO of the Anchorage Economic Development Corporation. Poe, in his early adulthood, was a registered Democrat; when he was employed by Republican state senator Drue Pearce, he momentarily registered as a Republican.

In January 2009, Poe proclaimed his intent to run as a Democratic candidate for governor. In the intervening periods of time, he was an undeclared voter. Poe characterizes himself as a pro-business, pro-development Democrat. On January 8, 2009, Bob Poe announced his candidacy for Governor of Alaska in the 2010 Alaska gubernatorial election, he was the first Democrat to announce his intention to run for Governor of Alaska. Poe withdrew from the gubernatorial race in June 2010. "Official website of Poe's 2010 campaign for governorship". Archived from the original on 2010-03-03. Retrieved 2011-12-05. CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown

Vehicle registration plates of Benin

The vehicle registration plates of Benin is a legal form requiring the citizens of Benin to have the car registered. License plates of Benin are made with European size; the current scheme of regular license plates for private vehicles of Benin introduced in the early 1990s. It has the format A1234 AB1234 where AB - Series 1234 - number. Regular plates have a white background with black signs. At the right side of the plate are image maps of the country in the colors of the national flag under which the code has RB. Between the main group symbols and code placed rectangular sticker. There is a two-line version of the format license plate AB / 1234. License plate for motorcycles format is 1A / 2345, where 1A - 2345 - number. Regional coding is missing. Commercial vehicles have license plates with red symbols on an orange background. Format registration marks are similar to regular. At the right side of the plate are image maps of the country in the colors of the national flag under which the code has RB.

Between the main group symbols and code placed rectangular sticker. The state transport has license plates with white characters on a blue background. Format registration marks are similar to regular. At the right side of the plate are image maps of the country in the colors of the national flag under which the code has RB. Between the main group symbols and code placed rectangular sticker. License plate for motorcycles - dvoryadkovi format 1A / 2345, where 1A - Series, 2345 - room with white characters on a red background. Government trucks have license plates with white characters on a blue background; the format of license plates looks OFFICIEL123. At the right side of the plate are image maps of the country in the colors of the national flag under which the code has RB. Diplomatic license plates are used by the higher level officials of diplomatic missions; these have white characters on a green background and format 123CMD, which 123 - country code, CMD - pointer as chairman of the diplomatic mission.

At the right side of the plate are image maps of the country in the colors of the national flag under which the code has RB. Between the main group symbols and code placed rectangular sticker. License plates of Benin

Zheng Xiong

Zheng Xiong is a Chinese football manager. He is the current manager of China League One side Zhejiang Greentown. In his youth he experienced organised football training in his hometown of Wuhan, however this would be as far as his playing career would take him before he went off the study to be a police officer, he would return to football in 1995 when he gained the position of deputy general manager for the Ministry of Public Security of the People's Republic of China financially backed club Qianwei Huandao. After leaving the club in 1998 he moved into assistant management and youth coaching before he received his first senior management position with Hubei CTGU Kangtian and Wuhan Zall. Zheng Xiong received organised football training in his hometown of Wuhan with their youth team where he was trained as a goalkeeper. By the time he was 17 he was unable to make the transition into professional football after 4 years at Wuhan because his coach believed that he was too short to make it as a goalkeeper at 1.78 m.

Deciding to retire he went off to Wuhan Police Vocational College instead to be a police officer, which he became in the late 1980s. Zheng returned to football in 1995 when he gained the position of deputy general manager for the Ministry of Public Security of the People's Republic of China financially backed club Qianwei Huandao. In 1998, the club moved to Chongqing and Zheng left them to pursue his dream of becoming a coach when he joined Shanghai Pudong as an assistant coach in 1999. After spending a short time with Shanghai Pudong, he returned to his hometown of Wuhan where he started as an assistant before moving into youth coaching. After gaining a reputation as a rising coach, he joined the Chinese national team youth setup before he went into his first senior coaching position with third-tier club Hubei CTGU Kangtian, whom he guided to a playoff promotion spot at the end of the 2009 China League Two season. Unable to gain promotion with the club, he would soon return into assistant coaching with Hangzhou Greentown until on 14 June 2012 second-tier football club Wuhan Zall needed a caretaker manager for the rest of the 2012 China League One season.

His appointment would see the club win promotion at the end of the season and he was offered a permanent contract to guide the club in the 2013 Chinese Super League season. In April 2014, he was appointed as the caretaker coach of China national under-20 football team for the 2014 AFC U-19 Championship after Li Bing resigned. In October 2014, China was defeated by Qatar in the quarterfinals and failed to qualify for the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup, he joined the managerial competition of China U-20 team in December 2014 but lost to Li Ming. On 15 July 2015, he returned to Wuhan Zall. China PR - Zheng Xiong - Profile with news, career statistics and history Soccerway

2010 Uruguayan municipal elections

Uruguay's local government elections, held on May 9, 2010, to elect the intendente of the 19 departments that are the administrative divisions of Uruguay, resulted in losses for the Frente Amplio government, some gains for the opposition Partido Nacional and Partido Colorado. This was the first time; the Frente Amplio had won with a narrow margin the presidential and parliamentary elections on October 25, 2009, having to face a runoff on November 29. This poor showing was reflected in the municipal elections of 2010. In the municipal elections of May 2005, the Partido Nacional had won 10 departments, the Partido Colorado only one department, the Frente Amplio 8 departments, for the first time; as a result of the municipal elections of 2010, the Partido Nacional won 12 departments, the Frente Amplio 5, the Partido Colorado 2. The Partido Nacional had a net gain of two departments, the Partido Colorado had a net gain of one department and the Frente Amplio had a net loss of three departments. Many political pundits commented that this was the heaviest loss of the Frente Amplio in all its electoral history.

Following is a list of the departments in Uruguay, with the name of the intendente elected, his party affiliation and the faction within the party to which he belongs: Montevideo: Ana Olivera. Hold for the Frente Amplio. Artigas: Patricia Ayala. Pickup for the Frente Amplio from the Partido Nacional. Canelones: Marcos Carámbula. Re-elected incumbent. Hold for the Frente Amplio. Cerro Largo: Sergio Botana. Hold for the Partido Nacional. Colonia: Walter Zimmer. Hold for the Partido Nacional. Durazno: Benjamín Irazábal. Hold for the Partido Nacional. Flores: Armando Castaingdebat. Re-elected incumbent. Hold for the Partido Nacional. Florida: Carlos Enciso. Pickup for the Partido Nacional from the Frente Amplio. Lavalleja: Adriana Peña. Hold for the Partido Nacional. Maldonado: Oscar de los Santos. Re-elected incumbent. Hold for the Frente Amplio. Paysandú: Bertil Bentos. Pickup for the Partido Nacional from the Frente Amplio. Río Negro: Omar Lafluf. Re-elected incumbent. Hold for the Partido Nacional. Rivera: Marne Osorio.

Hold for the Partido Colorado. Rocha: Artigas Barrios. Re-elected incumbent. Hold for the Frente Amplio. Salto: Germán Coutinho. Pickup for the Partido Colorado from the Frente Amplio. San José: José Luis Falero. Hold for the Partido Nacional. Soriano: Guillermo Besozzi. Re-elected incumbent. Hold for the Partido Nacional. Tacuarembó: Wilson Ezquerra. Re-elected incumbent. Hold for the Partido Nacional. Treinta y Tres: Dardo Sánchez Cal. Pickup for the Partido Nacional from the Frente Amplio. Politics Data Bank at the Social Sciences School – Universidad de la República