A sunburst is a design or figure used in architectural ornaments and design patterns and pattern books. It consists of rays or "beams" radiating out from a central disk in the manner of sunbeams. Sometimes part of a sunburst, a semicircular or semi-elliptical shape, is used. Traditional sunburst motifs show the rays narrowing as they get further from the centre. In architecture, the sunburst is used in window designs, including fanlights and rose windows, as well as in decorative motifs; the sunburst motif is characteristic of Baroque church metalwork monstrances and votive crowns, Art Deco and Art Nouveau styles as well as church architecture. A sunburst is used in emblems and military decorations. In information visualization, a sunburst diagram or sunburst chart is a multilevel pie chart used to represent the proportion of different values found at each level in a hierarchy; the sunburst was the badge of king Edward III of England, has thus become the badge of office of Windsor Herald
The Western Michigan Broncos men's basketball team represents Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The school's team competes in the Mid-American Conference; the team last played in the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament in 2014. The Broncos are coached by Steve Hawkins; the Broncos have appeared in four NCAA Tournaments. Their combined record is 2–4; the Broncos have appeared in three National Invitational Tournaments. Their combined record is 2–3; the Broncos have appeared in one College Basketball Invitational. Their record is 2–1; the Broncos have appeared in the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament two times. Their combined record is 1–2. Steve Hawkins – Head coach Clayton Bates – Assistant coach Thomas Kelly – Assistant coach Glen Heffernan – Assistant coach Jake Bullock – Director of operations Don Boven, 1950–1953 Dillard Crocker, 1949–1953 Paul Griffin, 1977–1983 Ben Handlogten, 2004–2005 Reggie Lacefield, 1969 Walker Russell, 1983–1988 Shayne Whittington, 2014–2016 Through 2017–18 season Ben Handlogten, highest single game field goal percentage, 100%, January 22, 1996 vs. Toledo David Kool, fourth highest single-season free throw percentage by a freshman, 91.7%, 2006–07 Sean Wightman, second highest single-season three-point field goal percentage, 63.2%, 1991–92
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KWID is a commercial radio station, licensed to Las Vegas, Nevada. The station broadcasts a Spanish-language adult hits format; the KWID studios are located in the unincorporated community of Spring Valley in Clark County and its transmitter is on Black Mountain in Henderson. Prior to the use of the call letters in Las Vegas, there was an unrelated shortwave radio station called KWID during World War II. Based in San Francisco, the original KWID was commissioned by the federal government to reach an international audience, it served as the basis for what became the Voice of America radio network. The station at 101.9 FM in Las Vegas signed on in 1963 as KRGN with an easy listening format. It took its call sign from E. W. Cragin; the Gilday Broadcasting Company bought the station in 1968. In 1974, the station changed its call sign to KFMS and flipped to an automated top 40 format branded "KFM 102". From 1978 to 1980, KFMS was an album-oriented rock outlet. On January 1, 1981, KFMS flipped to a country music format.
In 1997, Jacor Communications purchased Regent Communications and its stations, including KFMS, for $184.7 million. Jacor subsequently was purchased by Clear Channel Communications in 1999. On January 7, 2000 at 3 p.m. KFMS flipped to top 40 as "101.9 KISS-FM". KFMS simulcast KIIS-FM in Los Angeles, including Rick Dees' weekday morning program, while Buck Head from WFLZ-FM in Tampa hosted weeknights; the Buck Head Show was syndicated back to KYSR in Los Angeles until he was transferred to that market. The grouping of KIIS-FM in Los Angeles, KIIS in Santa Clarita, California, KAVS in the Antelope Valley, KYHT in Barstow/Victor Valley, KFMS in Las Vegas created nearly continuous coverage of KIIS-FM between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. However, KFMS was branded as "KISS" instead of "KIIS". Over time, KFMS began adding more local disc jockeys, including Kate and Rick Kelly from KQOL-FM. After KYHT flipped to hot adult contemporary in 2001, KFMS discontinued its simulcast of KIIS-FM, adjusted its format to include more hip hop music, added a local morning show hosted by Trejo and Nikki.
The station continued to air the nationally syndicated Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 program. In December 2002, 101.9 Kiss-FM signed off and KFMS began stunting for several days with a loop of "Welcome to the Jungle" by Guns N' Roses. In January 2003, the station debuted a rhythmic contemporary format with the branding "Wild 102" and the slogan "Where Hip Hop Lives". On November 15, 2004, KWID flipped to Mexican oldies as "La Preciosa 101.9". In May 2008, Lotus Communications acquired KWID in a three-station swap with Clear Channel. In exchange for KZEP-FM in San Antonio, Lotus received KBKO-FM in Bakersfield, California; the new owner changed KWID to a Spanish adult hits format, branded "La Buena 101.9". Query the FCC's FM station database for KWID Radio-Locator information on KWID Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KWID
Russell Ross Francis, is a retired American football player, a tight end for thirteen seasons in the National Football League with the New England Patriots and San Francisco 49ers. Francis finished his NFL career with 393 receptions for 40 touchdowns, he was inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 1993. Francis began high school at Kailua High School on Oahu and finished at Pleasant Hill High School in Oregon, southeast of Eugene, he set the national high school record for the javelin as a senior in 1971 at 259 ft 9 in. Francis was a decathlete for Pleasant Hill. At the University of Oregon in Eugene, 6 ft 6 in Francis threw the javelin and played only 14 games of varsity football for the Ducks. Injured after three games as a sophomore in 1972, he played in 1973, but sat out his senior season in 1974, he enrolled at rival Oregon State University in Corvallis in order to expire his collegiate eligibility and be eligible for the 1975 NFL Draft. A pro wrestler, he trained for the Superstars competition and was selected in the first round by the New England Patriots, the 16th overall pick and signed in May.
During the Patriots 30–27 win in 1976 over the two-time defending champion Pittsburgh Steelers on September 26, Francis caught a 38-yard touchdown pass from Steve Grogan on fourth and one. In that same game, Francis had a career-best 139 yards receiving; as a result, Howard Cosell proclaimed him as the "All-World Tight End." In 1980, Francis caught a 23-yard pass from Harold Jackson, on a wide receiver reverse option play, in the Patriots 34–21 win over the New York Jets on November 2. He caught a 12-yard pass from WR Harold Jackson, on the same wide receiver reverse option play, in the Pats' 16–13 overtime loss to the Miami Dolphins on Monday Night Football on December 8. In 1978, Francis had a career-longest 53-yard reception and 126 yards receiving in the Patriots 21–14 win over the Oakland Raiders at the Oakland Coliseum on September 24; that season, he led the Patriots in receptions with 39 catches for 543 yards. Francis was a Pro Bowl selection for three consecutive seasons. Following the 1980 season, Francis retired from professional football.
Two things that Francis has said contributed to this decision were, when the Patriots refused to give him his promised bonus for making the Pro Bowl. Francis was the first teammate at Stingley's side after the hit, he has said it was tough to play after that. Francis was traded to the defending Super Bowl champion San Francisco 49ers for a draft pick that the Patriots used to select future Hall of Fame linebacker Andre Tippett. After leaving the Patriots, Francis got a job with ABC Sports. While in Hawaii for the Pro Bowl, Francis interviewed Bill Walsh, the 49ers head coach. Walsh told him this was the only time in his life he would be able to play football, that he would never get these years back and should not turn his back on this chance. Francis came out of retirement, after sitting out the 1981 season, joined the 49ers and won a Super Bowl ring as a member of the 1984 49ers. Francis played a key role in San Francisco's win over the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl XIX. In 1985, Francis had a career-high 44 receptions.
After being waived by the 49ers during the 1987 season, Francis signed with his old team, the Patriots, before the season's final game. His second tenure in New England was less successful than his first, he played just one more season. Francis spent 1989 injured before retiring. Francis qualified for The Superstars final and the World Superstars in 1980 and 1981, finishing second in the 1980 final and fourth in 1981, he won the football preliminary in 1981 and set a record of 23.91 seconds in the 50-yard swimming event. The record stood until 1986. Francis appeared in a 20-man battle royal at WrestleMania 2 along with other NFL stars, he is the son of wrestling promoter Ed Francis, He competed full-time in the American Wrestling Association after retiring from football. He competed in the National Wrestling Alliance's NWA Hawaii where he held the NWA Hawaii Tag Team Championship one time with his older brother, Billy Roy Francis. After retiring, he hosted The Russ Francis Show from 8 am to noon on 107.7 WTPL "The Pulse", out of Concord, New Hampshire, he hosted Forever West Outdoors from 4 to 6 pm on 1400 AM KODI, out of Cody, Wyoming.
In 2015, he was inducted into the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame as a contributor. NWA HawaiiNWA Hawaii Tag Team Championship - with Bill Francis In 2000 Francis challenged long-time Democratic incumbent, Patsy Mink for Hawaii's 2nd congressional district. Running as a Republican, Francis was defeated, winning 35.97% of the vote to Mink's 61.59%. Total Patriots Encyclopedia Hawaii Sports Hall of Fame Profile Official New England Patriots Biography Career statistics and player information from NFL.com · Pro-Football-Reference ·
The 2017 All-Ireland Under-21 Hurling Championship final was a hurling match, played at Semple Stadium, Thurles on 9 September 2017 to determine the winners of the 2017 All-Ireland Under-21 Hurling Championship, the 55th season of the All-Ireland Under-21 Hurling Championship, a tournament organised by the Gaelic Athletic Association for the champion teams of the four provinces of Ireland. The final was contested by Kilkenny of Leinster and Limerick of Munster, with Limerick winning on a scoreline of 0-17 to 0-11; the All-Ireland final between Kilkenny and Limerick was a unique occasion as it was the first championship meeting between the two teams. Kilkenny were appearing in their first final in five years, while Limerick were lining out in their second final in three seasons. Limerick failed to settle early on and Shane Walsh wasted little time in pointing Kilkenny into an early lead. Limerick found the pace of the game and a string of points from Aaron Gillane, Barry Nash, Ronan Lynch and Peter Casey gave the Munster champions a 0-7 to 0-1 lead after 16 minutes.
The teams went point for point for a spell, however and Ronan Lynch pointed to give Limerick an 0-11 to 0-4 half-time cushion. Kilkenny struggled to cut into that seven-point advantage after the interval. Liam Blanchfield hit point number five for Kilkenny in the 43rd minute, but the response was immediate from Limerick when Casey pointed from the left. Alan Murphy took over the Kilkenny free-taking duties and fired three points for his side as Kilkenny closed the deficit to 0-14 to 0-8 with 11 minutes remaining. John Donnelly reduced the deficit to five points before a couple of quick points from placed balls from Murphy put Limerick under pressure. Gillane settled Limerick with a great score from the left before substitute Oisín O'Reilly clinched victory with a battling score after he was twice hooked in the build up. Limerick's All-Ireland victory was their first since 2015; the win gave them their sixth All-Ireland title over all and cemented their place in fifth position on the all-time roll of honour.
Limerick retained their 100% record of never losing a final