The Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Suffolk, England. The AONB covers ancient woodland, commercial forestry, the estuaries of the Alde, Deben and Stour rivers, salt marsh, mudflats, reed beds, small towns and villages, shingle beaches and low eroding cliffs along 60 miles of coastline. Features include the coastal towns of Southwold. Bawdsey, Dunwich, Orford, Orford Ness, Thorpeness and the RSPB Minsmere Reserve. There are many Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Three long distance footpaths pass through the AONB: the Suffolk Coast Path, the Sandlings Walk and the Stour and Orwell Walk
The 2013 Ukrainian Football Amateur League season. Debut: FC Bukovyna-2-LS Chernivtsi, FC Rukh Vynnyky, FC Vinnytsia, FC Burevisnyk Petrove, FC Zorya Biloziria, FC Avanhard Koryukivka, LKT-Slavutych, YSB Chernihiv, FC Barsa Sumy, USC-Rubin Donetsk, FC Enerhiya Mykolaiv, FC Kolos Khlibodarivka Newly admitted former professional clubs: FC Ternopil, FC Obolon-Brovar Kyiv, FC Bastion Illichivsk Returning clubs: FC Zbruch Volochysk, FC Avanhard Novohrad-Volynskyi List of clubs that took part in last year competition, but chose not to participate in 2013 season. FC Karpaty Kolomyia FC Lehion Zhytomyr FC Volodarka FC Olimpik Kirovohrad FC Arsenal Kharkiv FC Sovinyon Tayirove FC Tarutyne FC Foros Season results from AAFU 2013
The Nokia 6500 slide is a mobile phone by Nokia. The phone runs the Series 40 platform; the case is made of brushed stainless steel. It is the slide version of Nokia 6500 classic. Communications Quad band GSM / GPRS / EDGE: GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900 Dual band UMTS: UMTS 850, UMTS 2100 Media Music player supports MP3, MP4, AAC, eAAC+, WMA audio formats. Video playback supports QVGA for H.263, MPEG4, QCIF for H264 formats and codecs. Video streaming supports H.263 & MPEG4, H.264 formats. FM Radio Camera 3.2-megapixel Carl Zeiss AG Optics camera, with video recording Takes photos up to 2048x1536 Integrated double LED flash Secondary camera for video calling Display 2.2" QVGA LCD display supporting up to 16.7 million true colours Connectivity Micro USB 2.0 Bluetooth version 2.0 with A2DP 2.5mm AV connector for headset and TV-Out Remote SyncML data synchronisation via Bluetooth Browsing WAP 2.0 browser with XHTML support over HTTP/TCP/IP stack Opera Mini browser Memory 32 MB SDRAM for running OS & applications 64 MB flash ROM internal storage 256 MB microSD memory card included as standard by Nokia expandable up to 4 GB microSD memory card and as of 2012 tested supporting up to 32 GB microSD memory card Power Management BP-5M Battery Up to 6 hrs talk time Up to 13 days standby time 900 mAh BP-5M
Masami Odate is a Japanese professional wrestler, better known by her ring name Io Shirai. She is signed to WWE, where she performs on the NXT brand, she is best known for her time in World Wonder Ring Stardom, where she was a former two-time Wonder of Stardom Champion and a six-time Artist of Stardom Champion, while being a former two-time World of Stardom Champion, the inaugural SWA World Champion, a one-time Goddess of Stardom and High Speed Champion. She was recognized as the "ace" of Stardom, was the recipient of the 2015, 2016 and 2017 Tokyo Sports Joshi Puroresu Grand Prizes. Making her debut in March 2007, she spent several years working as a tag team wrestler, teaming with her older sister Mio, with whom she would wrestle for various promotions across Japan and Mexico, winning the TLW World Young Women's Tag Team Championship in the process. In June 2010, she and her sister came together with Kana to form the Triple Tails stable, which would last for fifteen months, before Io broke out of the group and embarked on her singles career in Stardom.
Io became one of the promotion's top stars, in April 2013, she won the promotion's top title, the World of Stardom Championship, which she would hold for over fifteen months. Io worked for Stardom from the promotions inception in 2011 until June 2018, when she resigned from the promotion and signed with WWE. Odate made her professional wrestling debut on March 4, 2007, alongside her older sister, with the two adopting the ring names Io and Mio Shirai, respectively. In their debut match, the Io sisters teamed with Toshie Uematsu to face the trio of Erika Ura, Nozomi Takesako and Yuri Urai. At the time of her debut, Io was only 16 years old. After graduating, she started working full-time as a professional wrestler. Starting their careers as freelancers, the Shirai sisters represented Team Makehen, a stable made up of wrestlers trained by Tomohiko Hashimoto, in several independent promotions during their first year in the business, including Ibuki, Pro Wrestling Wave, JWP Joshi Puroresu, Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling.
On October 19, 2008, Shirai and Mio made their debuts for one of Japan's largest professional wrestling promotions, All Japan Pro Wrestling, wrestling in a match, where they defeated the team of Kyoko Kimura and Mikado. From January to March 2009, the Shirais made several appearances for another large promotion not known for female wrestling, Pro Wrestling Zero1. On April 29, the Shirai sisters won their first championship by defeating Moeka Haruhi and Tomoka Nakagawa in a tournament final to become the first TLW World Young Women's Tag Team Champions. Despite its name, the championship was promoted by Pro Wrestling Wave. On July 12, Io received her first singles title opportunity, when she unsuccessfully challenged Misaki Ohata for the JWP Junior and Princess of Pro-Wrestling Championships at Ibuki #30. From July to November, the Shirais spent four months working for the Ice Ribbon promotion. On November 12, 2009, the Shirais entered Pro Wrestling Wave's Captain's Fall Six Person Tag Team Tournament, teaming with Gami, but the trio was defeated in their first round match by Ran Yu-Yu, Ryo Mizunami and Toshie Uematsu.
However, the trio earned their way back into the tournament by defeating Misaki Ohata, Moeka Haruhi and Yumi Ohka in a consolation match that same day. On November 25, the Shirais and Gami first defeated Bullfight Sora and Kaoru in the semifinals and Ayumi Kurihara and Shuu Shibutani in the finals to win the tournament, with Io, as the captain, scoring the deciding pinfall over Shibutani. On December 23, the Shirais lost the TLW World Young Women's Tag Team Championship to Misaki Ohata and Moeka Haruhi. On May 30, 2010, Io entered. After three wins and one loss, Shirai finished tied at the top of her block, but was on August 10 eliminated from the tournament, after being defeated in a tiebreaker match by Ryo Mizunami. On June 19, 2010, the Io sisters formed the Triple Tails stable with fellow freelancer Kana, defeating Ayumi Kurihara, Hikaru Shida and Yoshiko Tamura in their first match together at a NEO Japan Ladies Pro Wrestling event; as a result, the Shirais received a shot Kurihara's and Tamura's NEO Tag Team Championship on July 4, but were defeated by the defending champions.
On August 1, Io teamed with Kana for another shot at title, but they were again defeated by Kurihara and Tamura. Triple Tails returned to its winning ways on August 29, by defeating Asami Kawasaki, Hikaru Shida and Nagisa Nozaki in a six-woman tag team match. On December 19, Triple Tails made its debut as a unit for Pro Wrestling Wave, defeating Cherry and Tomoka Nakagawa in a six-woman tag team main event. On January 29, 2011, the Ios made their debuts for Smash, when the Triple Tails stable attacked Yusuke Kodama and Makoto after their matches, with the trio being both times chased out of the ring by Tajiri. On February 13, Triple Tails produced its first own event, where the Shirai sisters wrestled male tag team Momo no Seishun Tag in a losing effort. On February 25, the Shirais made their Smash in-ring debuts at Smash.14, where they teamed with Kana to defeat Ken Ohka and Yoshiaki Yago in an intergender six person tag team match. In March, Triple Tails took part in Osaka Pro Wrestling's Spring Samba Series, going undefeated in six person tag team matches for the duration of the tour.
On April 30 at Smash.16, Triple Tails was defeated in a six-woman tag team match by Makoto and Syuri. On May 3 at Smash.17, the Shirai sisters were defeated in a tag team match by Hikaru S
Sudocrem is an over-the-counter medicated cream aimed at the treatment of nappy rash. It contains a water-repellent base; as well as nappy rash, it can be used to treat eczema, acne, minor burns, surface wounds and chilblains. It was manufactured by pharmaceutical company Forest Laboratories Europe up until July 2014 when the company was acquired by, combined with, Actavis plc. On March 17, 2015, Actavis completed the acquisition of Allergan, creating a $23 billion diversified global pharmaceutical company, it is pronounced Soo-Doh-CREM, although in Ireland it is pronounced Soo-Doh-CREEM. In Belgium, the product is sold under the brand "Dermocrem"; the Netherlands was the first country Sudocrem was sold in outside Ireland and the UK. Sudocrem was developed in 1931 by Dublin-based pharmacist Thomas Smith, it was called "Smith's Cream" "Soothing Cream". The name changed to Sudocrem in 1950 due to the Dublin accent pronunciation of soothing cream. During the 1960s, samples of Sudocrem that were given to new mothers in Ireland increased the popularity of the product and the brand was introduced to the UK in the 1970s.
Its makers claim it to be the leading nappy rash cream in the United Kingdom. Sudocrem is still manufactured in the Baldoyle suburb of Dublin. A 2012 Irish Independent article said: "Sudocrem is the spuds and bacon of skincare creams, the Guinness of gentle nappy rash reliefs and the Tayto of topical ointments," following reports in the British and Irish media that celebrities were using the product to treat acne. There are now three Sudocrem branded products available in the UK: the original antiseptic healing cream, Sudocrem Care and Protect, a nappy rash preventative and Sudocrem Skin Care Cream, an everyday acne cream aimed at the youth market. Sources: Acne Actavis plc Nappy Rash Topical medication
Kobe Bryant was a shooting guard for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association for his entire 20-year career. Selected 13th overall by the Charlotte Hornets in the 1996 NBA draft, Bryant was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers for Vlade Divac a month later, he and then-teammate Shaquille O'Neal led the Lakers to three consecutive NBA championships from 2000 to 2002. After O'Neal was traded to the Miami Heat following the 2003–04 season, Bryant became the cornerstone of the Lakers franchise, he led the NBA in scoring during the 2005 -- 2006 -- 07 seasons. In 2006, Bryant scored a career-high 81 points against the Toronto Raptors, the second-highest number of points scored in a game in NBA history, behind only Wilt Chamberlain's 100 point performance, highest output for a guard. Bryant was awarded the regular season's Most Valuable Player Award in the 2007–08 season and led his team to the 2008 NBA Finals as the first seed in the Western Conference; as a member of the U. S. men's basketball team, Bryant was a two-time Olympic gold medalist starting with the 2008 Summer Olympics and following with the 2012 Summer Olympics team.
He led the Lakers to two more championships in 2009 and 2010, winning the Finals MVP award on both occasions. Bryant ranks fourth both on the league's all-time post-season scoring and all-time regular season scoring lists, he has been selected to 12 All-Defensive Team. He was selected to play in the NBA All-Star Game on 18 occasions, winning All-Star MVP Awards in 2002, 2007, 2009 and 2011; the award would be named after him in 2020. He won the NBA Slam Dunk Contest as well as the Rookie Game MVP in 1997, he has had 1 eighty-point game, 6 sixty-point games, 26 fifty-point games, 134 forty-point games in his career. Kobe had been in a three-way tie with Stephen Curry and Donyell Marshall for most three pointers with 12 in a game until November 8, 2016 when Curry set a new record with 13. In his final game on April 13, 2016, at 37 years old, he became the oldest player to score 60 in a single game and set the highest point total in the 2015-16 regular season. Source: Source: Career – season Career – playoffs 5-time NBA champion: 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009, 20107 NBA Finals appearances: 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2008, 2009, 20102-time NBA Finals MVP: 2009, 2010 NBA Most Valuable Player: 2008 2-time scoring champion: 2006, 2007 18-time NBA All-Star: 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 201618 consecutive selections, 13 consecutive appearances Missed the 2010, 2014 and 2015 games due to injury4-time NBA All-Star Game MVP: 2002, 2007, 2009, 2011 15-time All-NBA Team selection:First team: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Second team: 2000, 2001 Third team: 1999, 200512-time All-Defensive Team selection:First team: 2000, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Second team: 2001, 2002, 2012NBA All-Rookie Team selection:Second team: 1997NBA Slam Dunk Contest champion: 1997 34-time Player of the Month: December 2000, November 2001, January 2003, March 2004, January 2006, April 2006, December 2006, March 2007, April 2007, February 2008, April 2008, December 2008, January 2009, December 2009, March 2011, December/January 2012, February 2013Player of the Month was awarded separately to Eastern and Western Conference starting from the 2001–02 season.
NBA regular season leader:games played: 1998–99, 2007–08, 2008–09 usage percentage: 2005–06, 2010–11, 2011–12 points: 2002–03, 2005–06, 2006–07, 2007–08 points per game: 2005–06, 2006–07 field goals attempted: 2005–06, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2010–11, 2011–12 field goals made: 2002–03, 2005–06, 2006–07 free throws attempted: 2006–07 free throws made: 2005–06, 2006–07 2nd most points in a game: 81 2x Best NBA Player ESPY Award winner: 2008, 2010 NBA playoffs leader:win shares: 2001 points: 2004, 2008, 2009, 2010 points per game: 2003, 2007, 2008 minutes played: 2002, 2004 field goals made: 2004, 2008, 2009, 2010 field goals attempted: 2002, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2010 free throws made: 2004, 2008, 2009, 2010 free throws attempted: 2008, 2010 steals: 2000, 2009 turnovers: 2010 personal fouls: 2000 Bryant holds or shares numerous NBA records: Most Seasons played for a single NBA Franchise: 20 Most All-Star Game MVP awards won, career: 4 Most offensive rebounds in an All-Star Game: 10 Most All-NBA Total Selections won, career: 15 Most All-NBA First Team honors won, career: 11 Most All-Defensive First Team honors won, career: 9 Most free throws made, four-game playoff series: 51 Most points scored in one arena, career: 16,161 Most games played at one arena, career: 599 (as of April 14, 2016, at Staples Center, Los Angeles Highest Score against rest of teams in the league above 40 Surpassed Hakeem Olajuwon, the previous holder of the recordYoungest player to score 32,000 points: (36 y