The statistical areas of the United States of America comprise the metropolitan statistical areas, the micropolitan statistical areas, the combined statistical areas defined by the United States Office of Management and Budget. Most on December 1, 2009, the Office of Management and Budget defined 1067 statistical areas for the United States, including 4 combined statistical areas, 10 metropolitan statistical areas, 13 micropolitan statistical areas in the State of South Carolina; the table below shows the recent population of these statistical areas and the 46 counties of South Carolina. The table below describes the 27 United States statistical areas and 46 counties of the State of South Carolina with the following information: The combined statistical area as designated by the OMB; the CSA population as of 2015, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau. The core based statistical area as designated by the OMB; the CBSA population as of 2015, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau.
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Imago Mortis is a 2009 Italian-Spanish film directed by Stefano Bessoni. The supernatural thriller stars Geraldine Chaplin and is the first major screen appearance of her daughter, Oona. Richard Stanley, one of the film's scriptwriters described the film as a "Sort of a neo-giallo taking off from Dario Argento's Four Flies on Grey Velvet by way of Umberto Lenzi's Spasmo and DaVinci Code." Speaking about his hopes for the film, Bessoni said. It was released in Italy on 16 January 2009. Bruno, a student at the rundown FW Murnau Film School comes across the thanatoscope, an ancient instrument of death; the instrument, created by scientist Girolamo Fumagalli immortalises on a plate the last image seen by the victim’s retina. The school's teachers, led by Countess Orsini are involved in a secretive plot concerning the instrument. Geraldine Chaplin as Countess Orsini Oona Chaplin as Arianna Alberto Amarilla as Bruno Leticia Dolera as Leilou Álex Angulo as Caligari Jun Ichikawa as Aki Silvia De Santis as Elena The film debuted at no. 5 in Spain, grossing $309,175 in its first week.
The film took nearly €460,000 on its opening weekend in Italy. Zacarías M. de la Riva was nominated by the International Film Music Critics Association for Best Original Score for a Horror/Thriller film. Imago Mortis on IMDb Imago Mortis at Rotten Tomatoes
Sierra Sky Park Airport is a owned, public-use airport located seven miles northwest of the central business district of Fresno, a city in Fresno County, United States. Other area airports are Fresno Yosemite International Airport. Sierra Sky Park was created in 1946 on 130 acres nestled against the San Joaquin River, is the first residential aviation community in the world. William and Doris Smilie are credited for creating this airport/neighborhood hybrid and in 1953 built the first of the 110 homes in the project. Residents can land, taxi down extra-wide avenues, pull up and park in the driveway at home. Sierra Sky Park Airport covers an area of 34 acres which contains one runway designated 12/30 with a 2,473 x 50 ft asphalt pavement. For the 12-month period ending March 29, 2007, the airport had 12,500 general aviation aircraft operations, an average of 34 per day. At that time there were 40 aircraft based at this airport: 98 percent single-engine and 2 percent multi-engine. On December 26, 2016, an Express S-90 crashed onto the shore of a lake, 250 meters off runway 12.
Both people on board were killed. Resources for this airport: FAA airport information for E79 AirNav airport information for E79 FlightAware airport information and live flight tracker SkyVector aeronautical chart for E79
Telangana Martyrs Memorial called as Gun Park is a monument built for 369 students who died during the 1969 agitation for a separate Telangana state. Telangana Martyrs Memorial day is observed on 2 June every year in all the districts of Telangana State, it is situated opposite to Hyderabad. The monument called Gun Park, because the government used guns against demonstrators and killed 369 people, it is symbolic structure celebrating brave Telangana agitators. It is a focus for political activity highlighting issues relating to the Telangana region. After the formation of Telangana State, the first Chief Minister of Telangana, K. Chandrashekar Rao decided to observe Telangana Martyrs Memorial Day on 2 June every year in all the districts of Telangana State. On this occasion, there will be an official programme in every district headquarters which include paying floral tributes at the designated sites of Martyrs Memorials besides other programmes in a befitting manner; the monument was designed and built by Aekka Yadagiri Rao, a "nationally acclaimed sculptor," and former JNTU Professor of Sculpture.
The Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad, Mayor Lakshminarayana, commissioned the monument, chosen from a number of possible sculptors, including Khairuddin Siddique, R B Raju, Chawla. The memorial is 25 feet high, incorporates five separate sections. Base is black polished granite, which has nine bullet impressions on four sides to represent the 360 odd students, who scarified their life's for the cause in 1969. To represent 9 districts of Telangana, there were nine bullet impressions on each side; the reason for choosing black colored granite was to express mourning to the heroes. Telangana consisted of 9 districts and Ranga Reddy district was formed much later. So, when sculptor designed the memorial, he considered 9 districts; the mythological sun-arch above the base was inspired from Sanchi Stupas. The plaques embossed in it on four sides represent the greatness of the cause; this type of plaque is placed on the head of the gods like Balaji, which means that they are Puja Arhulu. A few lines below the plaque and paid respects to Telangana martyrs, to convey that the martyrs were up there at highest level with their sacrifices.
Above the sun-arch, nine strips or columns were carved denoting nine districts of Telangana. The specialty of this art piece is one; the meaning conveyed through it was nine districts of Telangana were united and nobody can disintegrate them. Next is the trapezium structure that has a dharma chakra, representing tolerance and truth, on four sides; the red granite represents the chakra for peace and love. The meaning conveyed through this was that Telangana youths sacrificed their lives while fighting for dharma and justice. At the top, sculptor carved white lily flower to symbolize the freshness of youth and immortality of the soul. Flowers are kept near memorials. Yadagiri Roa said, "Fresh flowers were placed at the martyrs statue regularly. I realized that instead of depending on others, why not make a flower myself and keep at the statue forever. Therefore, I carved a white lily flower and placed it on top of the memorial".1969 movement symbolic structure gun park in Hyderabad. UPDATED: KCR Official Stated Telangana Martyrs Memorial DAY
"Yalla Habibi" is a 2009 single by Karl Wolf featuring Rime and Kaz Money released in Canada as a follow up single to the successful "Carrera". The song is the first single is track # 1 in the album, it entered the Canadian Hot 100 on the chart dated 18 October 2009 and peaked at #24 on the chart dated 19 December 2009. Yalla Habibi was produced by I-Notchz Productions and written by Lukay "Hit-mayka" at the Documedia Studio; the song appears on an episode of Quimbo's Quest called Bat's Not Nice. The official video, is produced by Music Media Factory Inc and by Lone Wolf Entertainment Inc. a production company owned by Karl Wolf. It was shot in Dubai and Ajman, in the United Arab Emirates, with Karl Wolf as director, Dominic Lachance as Co-Director and Editor, Ahmed Kardous as D. O. P and Yasir Alyasiri as producer
Kenny Rogers as The Gambler is a 1980 American made-for-television western film directed by Dick Lowry. The film premiered on CBS on April 8, 1980, it was loosely based on the Grammy-winning Kenny Rogers song of the same name, stars the singer as Brady Hawks, a gambler trying to reunite with a son he never knew, played by Ronnie Scribner. It was a critical and commercial success, receiving an Eddie Award and two Emmy nominations, resulting in four sequels. Gambler Brady Hawkes receives a letter from Jeremiah, the young son he never knew, who asks Hawkes to help him and his mother Eliza. Hawkes embarks on a train in Texas on a journey to meet him. Along the way, he meets young poker player Billy Montana. Hawkes saves Montana from two belligerent cheaters and the two become friends. Montana fancies himself as a professional player, is headed to San Francisco for an international poker tournament. Although Montana makes mistakes along the way, Hawkes makes sure that he stays on good behavior during the train ride.
The duo help a former prostitute who has trouble with a train baron. At the end, they confront Bennett in a gunfight. Kenny Rogers as Brady Hawkes Christine Belford as Eliza Ronnie Scribner as Jeremiah Bruce Boxleitner as Billy Montana Lee Purcell as Jennie Reed Clu Gulager as Rufe Bennett Harold Gould as Arthur Stobridge Dick Lowry served as the director—The Gambler was one of his early works; the film was produced by Company, one of their earliest ventures. The company had earlier produced two TV specials with Rogers, it was Kenny Rogers's first starring role. Despite being destined for television, the film was shot on 35 mm. One of the shooting locations was the ranch headquarters area overlooking the Valle Grande valley, part of Valles Caldera in northern New Mexico. Kenny Rogers as The Gambler was first aired on CBS on April 8, 1980; the film was a big ratings success and received the Eddie Award for Best Edited Television Special, as well as two Emmy nominations: Outstanding Cinematography for a Limited Series or Special and Outstanding Film Editing for a Limited Series or a Special.
The film spawned a franchise, four sequels having been filmed over the course of the following 15 years. The film was released on DVD in the United States on May 2, 2006, part of a box set with Kenny Rogers as The Gambler: The Adventure Continues and Kenny Rogers as The Gambler, Part III: The Legend Continues. A region-A Blu-ray release by Timeless Media Group followed on November 5, 2013; the Blu-ray release was praised for audio and video quality, but criticized for lack of bonus content. Ian Jane, writing for DVD Talk in retrospective, gave the film 3.5 out of 5 stars. He thought that the film had aged over the years, but that it is "better than might expect", crediting Rogers's charisma and Lowry's direction. Casey Broadwater for Blu-ray.com called it a film "you tend to like in spite of itself."