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Pinks and greens

"Pinks and greens" and "Army greens" are colloquial terms for the United States Army's officer winter service uniform of the early 20th century and the planned patterned, service uniform of the early 21st century. The "pinks and greens" uniform was introduced in the 1920s and consisted of a brownish green blouse with lighter colored trousers of a slight pinkish hue. Accessories – which, until 1942, included a Sam Browne belt – were patterned in brown leather. In 1944, an optional field jacket, sometimes called the Ike jacket due its association with Dwight Eisenhower, was introduced. Beginning in 1948, wear of the uniform by officers was restricted to off-duty hours and informal evening social functions; the uniform was altogether deauthorized for officers of the United States Army effective February 1, 1958, for officers of the United States Army Reserve and the Army National Guard of the United States effective October 1, 1959. The "pinks and greens" have been called "one of the flashiest and most striking uniforms authorized by the Army".

After a 60-year hiatus, on November 11, 2018, the U. S. Army announced it would adopt a new uniform patterned on the "pinks and greens" effective 2020, with phase-in to be complete by 2028; the decision to adopt the new uniform was done to fill the gap between the formal blue Army Service Uniform and the Army Combat Uniform created by the deauthorization of the Green Service Uniform used between 1954 and 2015. With the change, the blue Army Service Uniform will again be restricted to ceremonial wear. According to former Sergeant Major of the Army Daniel A. Dailey, the Army designation for the new uniform is "Army greens" rather than "pinks and greens", although it is still called by the traditional nickname. Uniforms of the United States Army U. S. Army mess dress

Henry Clay Sloan

Henry Clay Sloan was a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly. Henry C. Sloan was born in DeRuyter, New York, on August 12, 1846, his father, A. Scott Sloan, uncle, Ithamar Sloan, both became members of the United States House of Representatives. On November 19, 1879, he married Helen Lois Phinney. During the American Civil War, Sloan enlisted with the 5th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment of the Union Army. Conflicts he took part in include the Battle of the Wilderness, the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, the Battle of Cold Harbor and the Siege of Petersburg. In 1864, he became an officer in the United States Marine Corps. Sloan resigned from the Marine Corps the following year and became a first lieutenant with the 48th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment of the Union Army. In 1866, prior to being mustered out with the 48th, Sloan became a member of the regular United States Army, served with both units, he became a first lieutenant with the regular Army. Sloan was a member of the Assembly during the 1895 sessions.

Other positions he held include City Attorney in Appleton and District Attorney, City Attorney and President of the Board of Education of Superior, Wisconsin. Sloan was a Democrat, but changed his affiliation to the Republican. Sloan died in Appleton on February 15, 1915

Curt Dawson

Curt Dawson was an American stage and television actor. Curt Dawson was born circa 1942 in Kansas, he graduated from Emporia State University in 1960, attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, U. K. Dawson became a stage actor on Broadway, he played in Sleuth in 1973 and Absurd Person Singular in 1975. He played in The Boys in the Band, as well as in Alice in Wonderland and The Royal Family alongside Eva Le Gallienne. On television, Dawson acted in As the World Turns, Guiding Light, Another World, Search for Tomorrow, The Adams Chronicles. Dawson was gay, he resided in SoHo, New York City. Dawson died on January 1985 at the Bellevue Hospital in New York City. Though his obituary in The New York Times said he died of "complications resulting from cancer", Maupin says in his memoir, Logical Family, that he died of AIDS. Curt Dawson on IMDb

Xombi

Xombi is a fictional character, a comic book superhero published by DC Comics. He first appeared in Xombi #0, was created by John Rozum and Denys Cowan. Xombi was a Korean-American scientist named David Kim from New Jersey, he developed a nanotechnological virus capable of extensive tissue regeneration. Before David Kim could test his invention, a villain named Dr. Sugarman broke into his lab and tried to steal the virus. In the fight, Kim was critically injured, his assistant Kelly injected him with the virus in an attempt to save his life. However, since the nanites used available matter to restore Kim, Kelly—who had laid his body on her lap—was "devoured" by the nanites. Kim became a "xombi" - a immortal, technologically enhanced human being; this embroiled him in the affairs of various races of supernatural beings that secretly lived among humanity for millennia, known collectively as the shadow worlds. Due to the combined effect of the destruction and recreation of the multiverse and the timeline-altering powers of Anansi, a new divergent timeline was created in which David Kim, the most worthy man alive, became Green Lantern instead of Hal Jordan.

Kim was one of a group of alternate Justice League members. Xombi debuted in the DC Universe in issue 26 of The Brave and the Bold, teaming up with The Spectre to fight a ghost, killing and sucking the lifeforce of other ghosts and undead. A second Xombi series debuted in DC Comics in May, 2011, ran for six issues, which were collected in a trade paperback, it was written with art by Frazer Irving. Immortal and indestructible; the nanomachines in his body prevent aging or disease, instantaneously heal any injuries he might receive. His body leaves no waste products as his nanomachines recycle every bit of it. Within certain parameters he is able to directly control them and so he is able to disassemble any common material on the molecular level and reassemble it in the form of different materials or other forms. Becan - appeared in issue 17, an oracle who David Kim/Xombi and Rabbi Sinnowitz meet in a strange and disgusting bar. Bludgeon - of the Beli Mah. Catholic Girl - a teenage Catholic School girl, able to fly, can project a force field around herself when she recites the "Hail Mary", able to fire bolts of energy from her rosary.

The origin of her powers is unknown. Cheryl Saltz - guest-starring from Hardware she works for Alva Technologies, to deduce whether David Kim/Xombi is immortal. Chet - a friend of David Kim's. Cole - a salesman who arranged for Manual Dexterity to murder Lenore Duncan. Crowne - the leader of the Beli Mah. Dalila Rose - David Kim's fiancée. Dumaka - another Xombi introduced to David Kim/Xombi and Rabbi Sinnowitz in issue 17, by the oracle Becan, he and David talked of living forever and the bad things that come with it. ENIAC - the computer, ENIAC, an invention of an old inventor became animated and contacted Cheryl Saltz of Alva Technologies wanting to be connected to the information superhighway, it holds Cheryl Saltz and David Kim/Xombi hostage. David tried an exorcism on the ENIAC, which did not work, but Cheryl managed to stop ENIAC with a little science. Homunculi - the Rustling Husks who serve Dr. Sugarman, they were created from remnants of insects that died while trapped between windows, which accounts for their sadistic cruelty when carrying out orders.

Julian Parker - an ally of David Kim/Xombi and Rabbi Sinnowitz. Kameko - an ancient xombi who appears in issue 17, she had dreams about David Kim/Xombi, she lives in the huge palace with various people, she tells him of the time. David refuses to accept the future that Kameko leaves maybe to never see her again. Kelly Sanborne - David Kim's lab assistant. Lord of Fumes - escaped from the Garden of Spires at the end of issue 2/beginning of issue 3. Manuel Dexterity - the brother of Manuella Dexterity. Manuella Dexterity - the sister of Manuel Dexterity, she was bitter over the death of her brother and decides to kill the Janus. Nun of the Above - a clairvoyant nun who, along with her associate, Catholic Girl, accompanied Xombi on a number of his adventures. Nun the Less - a sister in the same religious order as Nun of the Above, Nun the Less developed the supernatural ability to shrink to small size after eating a bad shrimp. Rabbi Sinnowitz - an ally of David Kim/Xombi, he is an occult practitioner with penchant for Golem control.

Rabbi Sinnowitz became involved in the shadow worlds when he and his young wife battled with the Kinderessen, child eaters. The unborn child of Rabbi Sinnowitz and his wife was killed and Rabbi Sinnowitz took up an interest in the occult. Rats of Undertown/the Rat Congress - guest-starring from Blood Syndicate associates of the Boogieman. A riot starts as the rats organize to fight the Kinderessen, the fight took place in the middle of the Utopia Park Riot. Sheer

Members of the Western Australian Legislative Council, 1910–1912

This is a list of members of the Western Australian Legislative Council from 22 May 1910 to 21 May 1912. The chamber had 30 seats made up of ten provinces each electing three members, on a system of rotation whereby one-third of the members would retire at each biennial election. Prior to the 1910 election, the Council had thought of itself as independent from party politics, but with the election of Labor members to the Council and Labor's vigorous campaign at the 1911 election for the Legislative Assembly, many of its members joined the newly formed Liberal Party which had emerged from the various National Political Leagues and Liberal Leagues. 1 On 1 March 1910, Metropolitan-Suburban Province MLC Walter Kingsmill resigned to contest a Senate seat in the federal election, Douglas Gawler won the regular election for the seat on 23 March. Walter Kingsmill was subsequently elected at the regular Council election to a Metropolitan Province seat. 2 On 2 September 1910, East Province MLC George Throssell died.

Warren Marwick won the resulting by-election on 26 September 1910. 3 On 22 September 1911, Metropolitan-Suburban Province MLC Sydney Stubbs resigned to contest the Assembly seat of Wagin, which he went on to represent until 1947, Joseph Langsford resigned to contest the Assembly seat of Claremont. Labor candidates Frederick Davis and James Doland won the resulting by-elections on 2 November 1911. 4 On 7 October 1911, Central Province MLC John Drew was appointed Colonial Secretary in the new Ministry led by John Scaddan. He was therefore required to resign and contest a ministerial by-election, at which he was returned unopposed on 17 October 1910. Black, David. Legislative Council of Western Australia: membership register, electoral law and statistics, 1890-1989. Perth: Parliamentary History Project. ISBN 0-7309-3641-4. Hughes, Colin A.. Voting for the Australian State Upper Houses, 1890-1984. Canberra: Australian National University. ISBN 0-909779-18-X. Black, David. Biographical Register of Members of the Parliament of Western Australia, Volume One, 1870–1930.

Parliament House: Parliament of Western Australia. ISBN 0730738140