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South Shore (Montreal)

The South Shore is the general term for the suburbs of Montreal, Quebec located on the southern shore of the Saint Lawrence River opposite the Island of Montreal. The South Shore is located within the Quebec administrative region of Montérégie; the largest city on the South Shore area is Longueuil. The South Shore is not represented by any sort of regional government; this is. However, in 1998, a group of researchers at the Institut national de la recherche scientifique concluded that the South Shore of Montreal consisted of four Regional County Municipalities.: Marguerite-D'Youville La Vallée-du-Richelieu Champlain Roussillon Following the municipal reorganizations in 2001 and 2005, the Champlain RCM evolved into the urban agglomeration of Longueuil, with the municipalities of Boucherville and Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville added. Today, there are two distinguishable sub-divisions of the South Shore; these are the urban agglomeration of Longueuil and the Couronne-Sud, which extends from Varennes in the north to Châteauguay in the south, from Mont-Saint-Hilaire in the east to the urban agglomeration of Longueuil's borders in the west.

The entire south shore comprising the urban agglomeration of Longueuil and the Couronne-Sud totals 700,904 inhabitants. The Greater South Shore extends from Sorel-Tracy in the north to Salaberry-de-Valleyfield in the south, as far as Saint-Hyacinthe in the east, including the agglomeration of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu; the Greater South Shore has a total population of 970,779 people. However, at this scale, the proportion of people who commute to Montreal for work declines

Chris Beal

Chris Beal is an American mixed martial artist who competed in the Bantamweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Beal wrestled at Ventura High School where he placed second at the state championship for freestyle wrestling and was a CIF champion. Beal attended Junior College for two years, one year at Moorpark College and one year at Ventura College, he started training MMA in 2006 after watching a high school friend compete in a mixed martial arts fight. Beal began his professional mixed martial arts career on July 3, 2009 against Andrew Dominquez at CA Fight Syndicate - Throwdown at the Showdown 1, where he won via decision, he got a unanimous decision win against Vincent Martinez on October 2, 2009, at CA Fight Syndicate - Throwdown at the Showdown 2. Beal made his BAMMA USA debut on August 20, 2011, facing Evan Esguerra at Badbeat 3, he won the fight via split decision. He faced Jimmy Jones at Badbeat 4 on January 13, 2012. Beal won the fight via split decision, extending his BAMMA record to 2-0.

For his third fight in the promotion, Beal faced Jose Morales at Badbeat 5 on March 16, 2012. He won via TKO due to elbows in the first round. In his next fight, Beal took on Kana Hyatt on July 13, 2012, at Badbeat 6, he won the fight via unanimous decision. Beal faced Shad Smith at Badbeat 7 on October 12, 2012, he won the fight via unanimous decision, would subsequently take a hiatus to take part on The Ultimate Fighter. After his brief stint on The Ultimate Fighter, Beal returned to BAMMA USA at Badbeat 12 taking on Keith Carson, he won via TKO in the second round. On August 15, 2013, it was revealed that Beal would take part in the 18th season of The Ultimate Fighter, with coaches Miesha Tate & UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey. In the first episode, Beal faced Sirwan Kakai to get into the house, defeating him via unanimous decision after two rounds. Beal was chosen as the first male pick for Team Rousey. In his second bout on the show, Beal faced Team Tate's #1 pick Chris Holdsworth.

Beal was submitted in the first round via guillotine choke. Despite being eliminated early on the show, Beal was signed by the UFC, he made his promotional debut on April 26, 2014 at UFC 172 taking on fellow newcomer Patrick Williams. Beal won the fight via knockout due to a flying knee in the second round, which earned Performance of the Night honors. For his second bout with the promotion, Beal was expected to face Rob Font on September 5, 2014 at UFC Fight Night 50. However, Font pulled out of the bout citing an injury. Subsequently, Beal was paired with Dustin Kimura at the event. In turn, Kimura pulled out of the bout and was replaced by Tateki Matsuda. Beal defeated Matsuda via unanimous decision. Beal faced Neil Seery in a flyweight bout on January 24, 2015 at UFC on Fox 14, he lost the back-and-forth fight by unanimous decision. Beal next faced Chris Kelades on August 23, 2015 at UFC Fight Night 74, he lost the fight via split decision. Beal was expected to face Norifumi Yamamoto in a bantamweight bout on June 18, 2016 at UFC Fight Night 89.

However, Yamamoto was scratched from the bout on May 26 for an undisclosed injury. He was replaced by Joe Soto, he lost the back and forth fight via submission in the third round and was subsequently released from the promotion. Ultimate Fighting Championship Performance of the Night ESPN 2014 Knockout of the Year vs. Patrick Williams at UFC 172 2014 April Knockout of the Month vs. Patrick Williams List of current UFC fighters List of male mixed martial artists Chris Beal at UFC Professional MMA record for Chris Beal from Sherdog

Undisclosed principal

In agency law, an undisclosed principal is a person who uses an agent for negotiations with a third party who has no knowledge of the identity of the agent's principal. In such situations, the agent pretends to be acting for himself or herself; as a result, the third party does not know to look to the real principal in a dispute. Under United States law according to the Restatement of Agency § 2.06, an undisclosed principal may still be held liable to a third party who justifiably is induced to make a detrimental change in position if the agent lacked actual authority to act on behalf of the principal, so long as the undisclosed principal had notice of agent's conduct and that it might induce the third party to change its position, the principal did not take reasonable steps to notify the third party of the facts. Where an undisclosed principal has forbidden the agent to take some action or incur some debt, the undisclosed principal may be liable for the action or debt so long as the third party would reasonably believe the agent would have had the authority to take the action or incur the debt under the same circumstances had the principal been disclosed, i.e. so long as the transaction is in the usual course of business engaged in by the agent.

In English law, the legal principle is that, where an agent acts for an undisclosed principal the position is “in much the same way as one, disclosed”. The undisclosed principal concept arises in the context of real estate transactions, where a buyer risks a seller being less inclined to sell land, risks a seller demanding a higher price, or risks a seller becoming a holdout if the seller knows or can guess the identity of the buyer or the buyer's intended purpose for the land which would afford the land a higher value; the purchase of the land required to build the Walt Disney World resort in Orange County, Florida was accomplished with agents working for Walt Disney Productions as their undisclosed principal. Over eighteen months in 1964 and 1965, agents secretly working for Disney attorneys purchased 27,400 acres of Florida ranchland, scrub woods and road frontage for an average price of only R5.20 per acre. It is unlikely that Disney would have been able to acquire the land except at prohibitively high prices of hundreds of thousands of dollars per acre had the sellers known their buyer's identity, given the prices at which nearby land sold after Disney completed its acquisitions and publicly announced its plan.

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Blake Horstmann

Blake Horstmann is an American television personality. He was a contestant on season 14 of The Bachelorette and was one of the final two contestants, alongside Garrett Yrigoyen, chosen instead by Becca Kufrin. After being eliminated from The Bachelorette, he began appearing on season six of Bachelor in Paradise, but quit in week 5. Horstmann is from Bailey, Colorado. In August 2019, he released personal text messages between Caelynn Miller-Keyes and himself that were sent during Stagecoach Festival in an attempt to "clear his name by giving his side of the story" in response to Caelynn suggesting he is a "womanizer". In January 2020, he was assaulted in New York City, leaving him with a black eye and "a fracture in his orbital floor."

Fuiavailili Egon Keil

Fuiavailili Egon Keil was appointed Samoa's Police Commissioner in 2015. He was appointed to a second three year term in July 2018. Keil had prior Police experience when he was appointed commissioner, have served for 17 years as a Police officer in the Los Angeles Police Department, he joined in 1995, rose to Sergeant, where he worked as an assistant watch commander. He graduated from California State University with a B. Sc. in Criminal Justice Administration. When he returned to Samoa in 2012 he operated a car repair business. Keil was suspended in 2016. In August 2019 Keil joined Deputy Prime Minister Fiame Naomi Mata’afa at the Austal plant in Henderson, Western Australia, to accept delivery of the Nafanua II; the Nafanua II, a Guardian class patrol vessel, with a crew of 18, is a Police vessel

Ebenezer Childs

Ebenezer Childs was an American pioneer and legislator. Childs was orphaned as a child, he left Massachusetts in 1816 for New York in order to avoid taxes, made his way to Ohio and Michigan, where he made a profit smuggling whiskey into the military garrison. In 1820, Childs settled in Michigan Territory where he built homes and sawmills, he opened a store and was a fur trapper. In 1825, he built the first frame house in Wisconsin for James Duane Doty. In 1829, Childs was appointed sheriff of Brown County, Michigan Territory serving until 1836. Childs served in the Wisconsin Territorial House of Representatives from 1836 to 1840 and was appointed sergeant at arms for the Wisconsin Territorial Council from 1842 to 1843. In 1838, Childs was named a colonel. Childs went to Copper Harbor, Michigan, in 1845, where he built the first sawmill in the Upper Peninsula. Childs moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1852. In 1852, Childs moved to La Crosse, where he had property. Childs died in La Crosse, Wisconsin on December 15, 1864.

Recollections of Colonel Ebenezer Childs, La Crosse, Wisconsin, 1858 Ebenezer Childs at Find a Grave