In Czech politics, a statutory city is a municipal corporation, granted city status by Act of Parliament. It is more prestigious than the simple title město, which can be awarded by the cabinet and chair of the Chamber of Deputies to a municipality which applies for it. Statutory city status is ceremonial. Statutory cities are allowed to subdivide into self-governing boroughs with their own elected councils; as of 2016 only seven of total 25 statutory cities have done so. The capital of Prague, while not being de iure statutory city, is subdivided into similar self-governing boroughs; the model, derived from its common origin in Austria-Hungary, was renewed after the fall of communism by the Act on Municipalities in 1990, which established 13 statutory cities in addition to Prague, the capital city, a de facto statutory city. Unlike Austria, before districts of the Czech Republic were abolished only the three largest cities constituted a district okres on their own; as the prestige associated with statutory city status grew, 12 additional statutory cities were created by the Act on Municipalities in 2000 and its four amendments.
There are only two statutory cities, Havířov and Třinec, that are not seats of their eponymous districts. Since August 2018, there are 26 statutory cities, comprising all Czech cities over 40 thousand inhabitants
The National Ice Hockey League is the Spanish league of ice hockey. Its governing body is Federación Española de Deportes de Hielo Liga Nacional de Hockey Hielo was established in 1972. In the first season, 1972–73, the participating teams were Real Sociedad, Valladolid, Puigcerdà, Madrid and CF Barcelona. Two years ago, the league was composed of eight teams, but due to financial problems in all clubs, the league has reduced the number of participants year after year until only six today; the clubs still competing for the championship are the ones who have more history in the championship and number of followers. The regular season of Liga Nacional de Hockey Hielo takes place between September and November, with every team playing each other three times for a total of 15 matches. Points are awarded according to the following: 3 points for a win 2 points for a win in extra time 1 point for a loss in extra time 0 points for a loss Upon completion of the regular season, the top four teams play in the championship playoffs.
There are no promotions from 2ª División unless a team from 1ª División is relegated due to economic constraints. Under 20 category Under 21 category Federación Española de Deportes de Hielo Hockey sobre Hielo Website
The Dudipatsar Trail is an 18 km hiking trail in the Lulusar-Dudipatsar National Park of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, in northern Pakistan. The trail goes along a tributary of the Kunhar River called Poorbi Narr in the northern Kaghan Valley; the headwater for the particular tributary is the Dudipat Lake and the trail has a cumulative elevation gain of 640 metres. The average time taken to complete the trail is 5 to 8 hours; the trail is within the national park and passes through multiple life zones of the park, from lowland forests to alpine meadows of wildflowers. As the trail climbs up to the plateau, hikers see different wildlife in the region including marmots and different species of birds; the trail is of medium difficulty. The overall elevation gain isn't great but climbing at high altitude makes the trail more demanding. During the course of the trail, one encounters boulders, plateaus and streams; the trail and the surrounding mountains are used by cattle herders who set up summer homes in the area.
The main hiking season is mid-summer, dry and sunny. Hikers early in the season can see snow in the ravine; the plateau is marshy in places. There are a number of river crossings on the trail including one buggy bridge; the same river tributary is crossed on log bridges on a couple of locations. The trails starts at Besal, where there is a police check post. Lodging is available as well as space for setting up camp. Parking of vehicles is done at one's own risk but someone can be hired to look after vehicles for a day or two. There are three ways to hike the trail: One-day trek will not require a night stay. Going up to the lake can be done in about 3–5 hours while coming down it will take 3–4 hours. Two-day trek will require a night stay either at Dudipat Lake itself. Going up to the lake can take anywhere from 6 to 10 hours. Coming back is quicker, around 5–6 hours. Mules can be rented at Besal to carry luggage for the trek. A three-day trek will require two night stays at Dudipatsar. Hikers can reach the planned destination and after an overnight stay have a full day to tour the lake.
Again after a night stay they can get back easily. Guides are available at Besal for hike to Dudipatsar. Experienced hikers can wing it and go off on their own – remember to follow the water tributary as Dudipatsar is at the head. Mid-September, most of the herding flocks and inhabitants of Mullah ki Basti come down in preparation of winter. So if one plans to head towards Dudipat Lake at that time, it is necessary to take ample amount of food and preferably tents as no lodging is available for 9–10 km from the starting point; the makeshift hotels are shut down so no food is available. If one reaches Mullah ki Basti, abandoned stone houses are available to rest for the night. For the two day trek option, a night stay can be done either at Dudipat Lake. You have the option of either carrying along your camping gear or alternatively using the facilities at the makeshift hotel at Mulla ki Basti. Price for food runs at twice of that at Besal. Dudipatsar Lulusar-Dudipatsar National Park
Prosper High School is a class 6A public high school in Prosper, Texas. It is part of Prosper Independent School District located in western Collin County, with a small portion of the district extending into Denton County. In addition to Prosper, the district serves a portion of McKinney and small parts of Frisco and Celina; the 2009–2010 school year began in a brand new building. The new school remains the most expensive high school in the state of Texas. Prosper, Texas is predicted to grow drastically within the next decade. In 2015, the school was rated "Met Standard" by the Texas Education Agency. In September 2015, Greg Wright created controversy for the school and the Prosper School District as reported in the Dallas Morning News when he was caught criticizing a teacher that reported another teacher from PHS to the Police for inappropriately touching a student; the Prosper Eagles compete in the following sports: Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Powerlifting Soccer Softball Swimming and Diving Tennis Track & Field Volleyball WrestlingIn 2010 Prosper introduced hockey as a club sport.
Prior to the 2006–07 school year, PHS competed in UIL Class 2A. PHS moved up to 3A for Fall 2006. For Fall 2012, PHS was set to become a 4A school for the first time. However, UIL added a new classification for low-enrollment schools, turning Class 4A into Class 5A. With PHS's enrollment of 2110 in October 2015, it was one of the largest schools in Class 5A for the 2016–17 seasons. PHS moved into Class 6A for the first time in Fall 2018. Baseball1984 2015 Football2008 Boys Golf2011 Volleyball 2017 In the 2017-2018 School Year, Prosper High School won the 5A UIL Lone Star Cup, awarded annually based on a school's performance in district and state championships. In addition to athletics, Prosper High School competes in, One Act Play, Choir and Debate, Academics, as well as UIL Color Guard, marching band, Drill Team. PHS has local chapters of national organizations such as FFA, National Honor Society, Interact Club. In addition to that, they have a Genders and Sexualities Alliance Club, a psychology club, a gaming club, many more.
Spodnje Škofije is a settlement in the City Municipality of Koper in the Littoral region of Slovenia. A major border crossing on the Highway 5 into Italy is located here, with the Italian side known as Rabuiese; the name Spodnje Škofije means'lower Škofije'. Spodnje Škofije is known locally as Prva Škofija'first Škofija'; the name Škofija is derived from the common noun škof'bishop', the numbering refers to tenant farms owned by the Diocese of Koper. Linked to Muggia, it was under the rule of the Patriarchs of Aquileia during most of the Middle Ages, until passing under Venetian rule in the 15th century, it remained part of the Republic of Venice until its dissolution in 1797. After that, it passed under the Habsburg Monarchy, the French Empire, before being absorbed into the Austrian Empire in 1813. During the Austro-Hungarian period, it was part of the province of Istria within the Austrian Littoral. According to the last Austrian census of 1910, 63.3% of the population was ethnically Slovene, while 34.6% were Istrian Italians.
After World War One, it became part of Italy and it was incorporated in the Province of Trieste. After the war, it was part of the Free Territory of Trieste and it was under Anglo-American military administration until 1954, when it was ceded to Socialist Yugoslavia. During the Ten Day War, fighting between the Yugoslav federal army and Slovenian defense troops took place near Škofije; the parish church in the settlement is dedicated to the Sacred Heart. Spodnje Škofije on Geopedia
Shippū! Iron Leaguer is an anime television series produced by Sunrise. Directed by Tetsurō Amino and featuring mecha designs by Kunio Okawara, it premiered on TV Tokyo on April 6, 1993 and ended its run on March 29, 1994, spanning a total of 52 episodes. An original video animation titled Shippū! Iron Leaguer Ginhikari no Hata no Shita ni was released between November 21, 1994 and April 25, 1995. - Iron Leaguers Magnum Ace Baseball Leaguer. Voiced by Yasunori Matsumoto. Mach Windy Soccer Leaguer. Voiced by Ryotaro Okiayu. Kiai Ryuken Karate Leaguer. Voiced by Ryo Horikawa. Bull Armor Football Leaguer. Voiced by Chafurin. Jūrōta Kiwami Kendo Leaguer. Voiced by Kappei Yamaguchi. Top Joy Basketball Leaguer. Voiced by Jurota Kosugi. GZ Hockey Leaguer. Voiced by Yukitoshi Hori.- Gold Brothers Gold Arm Baseball Leaguer Gold Foot Soccer Leaguer Gold Mask Baseball Leaguer- Humans Ruly Ginjō Bezu Bezu Mariko Hiroshi Opening Theme "Iron Leaguer ~ Kagirinaki Shimei by Atsuo Tanimoto Ending Theme "Dreamy Planets" by Chisa Yokoyama "Warera!
Iron Leaguer" by Yasunori Matsumoto and Ryotaro Okiayu With ~ Tomo yo Tomo ni" by Atsuo Tanimoto Original Soundtrack by Kaoru Wada A single video game based on Shippū! Iron Leaguer was released in Japan for Game Boy on March 11, 1994. Characters from the series appear in the game Super Robot Wars NEO for the Nintendo Wii. Sunrise's official TV show website Sunrise's official OVA website Shippū! Iron Leaguer at Anime News Network's encyclopedia Shippū! Iron Leaguer on IMDb