South Yorkshire is a metropolitan county in England. It is the southernmost county in the Yorkshire and the Humber region and had a population of 1.34 million in 2011. It has an area of 1,552 square kilometres and consists of four metropolitan boroughs, Doncaster and Sheffield. South Yorkshire was created on 1 April 1974 as a result of the Local Government Act 1972, its largest settlement is Sheffield. Lying on the east side of the Pennines, South Yorkshire is landlocked, borders Derbyshire to the west and south-west, West Yorkshire to the north-west, North Yorkshire to the north, the East Riding of Yorkshire to the north-east, Lincolnshire to the east and Nottinghamshire to the south-east; the Sheffield Urban Area is the tenth most populous conurbation in the United Kingdom, dominates the western half of South Yorkshire with over half of the county's population living within it. South Yorkshire lies within the Sheffield City Region with Barnsley being within the Leeds City Region, reflecting its geographical position midway between Yorkshire's two largest cities.
South Yorkshire County Council was abolished in 1986 and its metropolitan boroughs are now unitary authorities, although the metropolitan county continues to exist in law. As a ceremonial county, South Yorkshire has a High Sheriff. South Yorkshire was created from 32 local government districts of the West Riding of Yorkshire, with small areas from Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. In the 2016 referendum on the United Kingdom's membership of the European Union, South Yorkshire voted 62% leave and 38% remain, making it one of the most Leave areas in the country. Although the modern county of South Yorkshire was not created until 1974, the history of its constituent settlements and parts goes back centuries. Prehistoric remains include a Mesolithic "house" dating to around 8000 BC, found at Deepcar, in the northern part of Sheffield. Evidence of earlier inhabitation in the wider region exists about 3 miles over the county boundary at Creswell Crags in Derbyshire, where artefacts and rock art found in caves have been dated by archaeologists to the late Upper Palaeolithic period, at least 12,800 years ago.
The region was on the frontier of the Roman Empire during the Roman period. The main settlements of South Yorkshire grew up around the industries of mining and steel manufacturing; the main mining industry was coal, concentrated to the north and east of the county. There were iron deposits which were mined in the area; the rivers running off the Pennines to the west of the county supported the steel industry, concentrated in the city of Sheffield. The proximity of the iron and coal made this an ideal place for steel manufacture. Although Christian nonconformism was never as strong in South Yorkshire as in the mill towns of West Yorkshire, there are still many Methodist and Baptist churches in the area. South Yorkshire has a high number of followers of spiritualism, it is the only county. The Local Government Commission for England presented draft recommendations, in December 1965, proposing a new county—York and North Midlands—roughly centred on the southern part of the West Riding of Yorkshire and northern parts of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.
The review was abolished in favour of the Royal Commission on Local Government before it was able to issue a final report. The Royal Commission's 1969 report, known as the Redcliffe-Maud Report, proposed the removal of much of the existing system of local government; the commission described the system of administering urban and rural districts separately as outdated, noting that urban areas provided employment and services for rural dwellers, open countryside was used by town dwellers for recreation. Redcliffe-Maud's recommendations were accepted by the Labour government in February 1970. Although the Redcliffe-Maud Report was rejected by the Conservative government after the 1970 general election, there was a commitment to local government reform, the need for a metropolitan county of South Yorkshire; the Local Government Act 1972 reformed local government in England by creating a system of two-tier metropolitan and non-metropolitan counties and districts throughout the country. The act formally established South Yorkshire on 1 April 1974, although South Yorkshire County Council had been running since elections in 1973.
The leading article in The Times on the day the Local Government Act came into effect noted that the "new arrangement is a compromise which seeks to reconcile familiar geography which commands a certain amount of affection and loyalty, with the scale of operations on which modern planning methods can work effectively". South Yorkshire had a two tier structure of local government with a strategic-level county council and four districts providing most services. In 1974, as part of the South Yorkshire Structure Plan of the environment and land use, South Yorkshire County Council commissioned a public attitudes survey covering job opportunities, educational facilities, leisure opportunities and medical services, shopping centres and transport in the county. In 1986, throughout England the metropolitan county councils were abolished; the functions of the county council were devolved to the boroughs. The joint boards continue to include the South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive; the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner oversees South Yorkshire Police.
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Ti Ora Tha Vgoume? is the fifth Greek-language studio album and seventh studio album overall by Greek singer Elena Paparizou, released on 3 June 2013 in Greece and Cyprus by EMI Music Greece. The album marks Paparizou's first studio album release with EMI Greece, following her departure from longtime label Sony Music Greece. Elena Paparizou began studio recordings around July 2012 in Athens. Giannis Doxas, Paparizou's former A&R promoted the project through his personal social networking sites, despite his employment at Paparizou's former label. Songwriters and producers of the new album are Meth, Giorgos Papadopoulos, Akis Petrou, Jimmy Jansson, Fredrik Sonefors, Bobby Ljunggren, Dimitris Kontopoulos, Nikos Antypas, Nikos Moraitis, Miltos Ioannidis, Gabriel Russel, Giorgos Pilianidis, O. Holter, Jakke Erixson, Kristofer Östergren, Youla Georgiou, Nahle Ahlstedt and Giannis Doxas; the liner notes indicate that the album is collectively produced by "The A Team". In mid of April 2013, Elena Paparizou's official Facebook page posted two photos from the album's photo shoot, which see Paparizou in a garden wearing a white button-down shirt, short light blue denim shorts, male black cowboy boots and a white sun hat.
The album was released on 3 June 2013. The album is administered by Universal International Music, a Netherlands-based office of Universal Music Group, per Paparizou's latest multi-territory deal; as a result, the album carries the "Universal Music" logo. EMI Music Greece is Universal Music Group's sole major label operation in Greece, therefore Paparizou is represented by EMI Music Greece in the Greek market. It's the first Paparizou album to be at the Top10 of the official Greek album chart for 11 straight weeks. "Poso M'Aresei" "Poso M'Aresei" was released in March 2013 as the lead off single. The song peaked at #3 on the Greek Songs Media Inspector Singles Chart. Music and Lyrics are by Mihalis "Meth" Kouinelis of the band Stavento. An official remix by "Lunatic" was released on 15 April; the song was performed at Madwalk 2013."Ena Lepto" The second single from the album is called "Ena Lepto", a mid-tempo ballad composed by Giorgos Papadopoulos with lyrics by Akis Petrou. Elena performed the single at Madwalk 2013.
The song peaked at #7 on the official greek airplay chart."Save Me" "Save Me" was released radio stations in both Greece and Sweden on 29 May. It is the third official single from Elena's Greek studio album and the first English single from her One Life album. Music blog Idolator gave a positive review, saying the production shares similarities with hit songs by the likes of Shakira and Jennifer Lopez. Paparizou performed a mashup of "Save Me" and Freed From Desire by Gala at the annual Mad Video Music Awards; the song, along with the greek version "Sou Stelno SOS" peaked at #5 at the greek international airplay chart, at #13 at the official combined airplay chart."Den Thelo Allon Iroa" Is the fourth and final single from the album, a different music style for Helena reminding Amy Winehouse's songs. Music is composed by Dimitris Kontopoulos and Nikos Ntarmas as long as lyrics written by Nikos Moraitis; the video was directed by Alexandros Grammatopoulos. The song peaked at #11 on the official Greek airplay chart by Mediainspector.
Parashiva or Paramshiva is the highest Aspect of Shiva in Saiva Siddhanta and in Kashmir Shaivism. Below him are here the primordial Shiva with the Sadashiva with 7 Shaktis. According to the Shaiva Siddhanta, a major school of Shaivism Paramshiva is absolute reality, beyond human comprehension and is beyond all attributes. According to Mahamahopadhaya Gopinath Kaviraj In this aspect Lord Shiva is with both forms and formless, he is beyond both advaita. In Shaivite theology, Parashiva is both the source and the destination of everything in the existence. According to the Shaiva Siddhanta other two aspects of Lord Shiva are Parameshwara; the upper part of Shiva Lingam represents Paramshiva. Paramshiva is beyond all the 36 tattva mentioned in Shaivism philosophy. Parashakti Parameshwara Brahman Mahaganapati Mahavishnu Nirguna Brahman Krishna 9. Book Name: Bharatiya Sanskrite Acharya Gopinath Kaviraj er Obodan by Paritosh Das
Achsa Henrietta Eggertsen Paxman was an American educator and member of the Utah State Legislature for two terms, in 1925 and 1927. Achsa Henrietta Eggertsen was born in Provo, Utah Territory, on June 28, 1885, the daughter of Simon Peter Eggertsen and Henrietta Petrea Nielsen, she attended Provo City schools and Brigham Young Academy between 1902 and 1904 and obtained an elementary teaching certificate. Achsa E. Paxman was an High School teacher for several years. After her marriage she was active in civic affairs, she was a member of the Utah House of Representatives for two terms, in 1925 and 1927. She was member of the Nelke Reading Club and the High School Faculty Women. From 1935 to 1964 she served on the Utah County Welfare board. From 1936 to 1954 she was a member of the Utah Valley Hospital board. On June 17, 1908, she married William Monroe Paxman and had five children: Elaine Paxman, William Rulon Paxman, Beth Paxman Pulley, Monroe Junior Paxman, Doressa Paxman Child, they lived at 441 W.
First So. Provo, Utah, she died on August 8, 1968, is buried at Provo City Cemetery, Provo
Duet is the seventh studio album by Irish singer-songwriter and Boyzone frontman Ronan Keating. It was produced by Greg Wells and features collaborations with Australian, New Zealand and international artists, it was released only in Australia and New Zealand on 12 November 2010. Keating always held a special fondness for Australia and New Zealand and planned to release an album just for the two countries where he collaborated with both Australian and New Zealand artists. Keating explained "I have an amazing relationship with New Zealand. You have made me feel like one of your own and for that I thank you. So... I thought I would put an album together for you! On this record I have had the chance to work with some of your best and it has been an inspiration"; the majority of the album was produced by Greg Wells and was recorded in Sydney's Studios 301. The album included collaborations with international artists Cat Stevens, Lulu, LeAnn Rimes and Elton John, all of, released. So far the album has received positive reviews.
Australian reviewer Cameron Adams of Herald Sun gave the album a 3 out of 5 stars. "Say Say Say" – 3:49 "All for Love" – 4:44 "Believe Again" – 3:39 "To Love Somebody" – 3:22 "Islands in the Stream" – 3:59 "Wild World" – 3:20 "The Long Goodbye" – 4:11 "Last Thing on My Mind" – 3:57 "Father & Son" – 3:21 "We've Got Tonight" – 3:37 "Your Song" – 4:06 "It's Only Christmas" – 3:25
Iván Sánchez-Rico Soto, known as Riki, is a Spanish former footballer who played as a striker. He spent most of his professional career with Deportivo, appearing in 226 competitive games and scoring 58 goals. Riki was born in Community of Madrid. After spending his youth career in amateur clubs in the area he played with both Real Madrid's reserve sides, C and B. In July 2004, after having signed an extension with the Merengues the previous year, he was released and moved to another capital team, Getafe CF, making his La Liga debut on 12 September 2004 in a 1–2 home defeat to RCD Mallorca. In late June 2006, Riki moved to Deportivo de La Coruña on a five-year contract. During his first year he was an undisputed starter and, in the following campaign, he featured less prominently, but scored two more goals. In the first game of the 2008–09 season, against Real Madrid, Riki was stretchered off the pitch with a hamstring injury after having subbed in himself, he was out of action for two weeks, subsequently netting on 2 November 2008 in a 3–0 success at Real Betis.
Riki again suffered physical problems in the following season, but made the most of his 1,492 minutes as he scored eight goals, notably netting in the opener, a 2–3 loss at Real Madrid, in both matches against Xerez CD. After his team's relegation in 2011, Riki netted 14 times as they bounced back as champions of the second division, including early strikes in home and away victories over Celta de Vigo in the Galician derby; when Deportivo were relegated, Riki ended his seven-year tenure to remain in the top flight at Granada CF for the next three seasons. He did not score for the Andalusians until 14 December 2013 in a 2–0 win at Rayo Vallecano, added only one more goal in a 3–3 draw on his return to Getafe. On 31 August 2015, 35-year-old Riki dropped down two levels to sign a two-year deal at CD Guadalajara, he left at the end of his debut campaign, having been relegated from Segunda División B. Deportivo UEFA Intertoto Cup: 2008 Segunda División: 2011–12 Riki at BDFutbol Riki at Futbolme Riki at Soccerway