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Washington César Santos

Washington César Santos was a Brazilian footballer who played as a Striker. He was born in Valença, Bahia State, died in Curitiba. In career he played for a several number of clubs: Galícia, Operário and Internacional Atlético Paranaense, Guarani, Botafogo União São João Desportiva-ES Santa Cruz Figueiras and Foz de Iguaçu, he won one Rio Grande do Sul State Tournament, one Paraná State Tournament, four Campeonato Carioca, one Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, With the Brazil national football team he got 5 international caps and won the 1987 Pan American Games. On 25 May 2014 Washington died due to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Washington César Santos at

1984 Stafford by-election

The Stafford by-election, 1984 was a parliamentary by-election held on 3 May 1984 for the British House of Commons constituency of Stafford. The seat fell vacant when the constituency's Conservative Member of Parliament, Major Sir Hugh Charles Patrick Joseph Fraser MBE died. Fraser was educated at Ampleforth College, Balliol College, where he was President of the Oxford Union, at the Sorbonne, he was commissioned into the Lovat Scouts in 1936 and during World War II saw service in North Africa and Europe. Fraser was elected Member of Parliament for Stone in 1945 Stafford and Stone following constituency boundary changes, from 1950 until 1983, Stafford until his death. Four candidates were nominated; the list below is set out in descending order of the number of votes received at the by-election. 1. The Conservative candidate was a solicitor, he has served continuously in the House of Commons since winning the by-election. Cash represented Stafford, until boundary changes took effect in 1997. Since he has been returned as MP for Stone.

2. The Social Democratic Party candidate, representing the SDP-Liberal Alliance, was David Joseph Dunn, he was a senior lecturer in International Relations, at the time of the by-election. He had contested the seat in the 1983 general election. 3. Michael John David Poulter was the Labour candidate, he worked as a senior probation officer and was born in 1942. He contested Stafford and Stone in 1979 and this constituency in 1983. 4. Christopher David Teasdale was an Independent, using the ballot paper label "Soon to be unemployed". Stafford constituency List of United Kingdom by-elections United Kingdom by-election records Campaign literature from the by-election Britain Votes/Europe Votes By-Election Supplement 1983-, compiled and edited by F. W. S. Craig

Slaveyka Ruzhinska

Slaveyka Ruzhinska Nikolova was a Bulgarian female weightlifter, competing in the 69 kg category and representing Bulgaria at international competitions. She participated at the 2004 Summer Olympics in the 69 kg event, she competed at world championships, most at the 2007 World Weightlifting Championships. Slaveyka Ruzhinska at Olympics at "Weightlifting - Slaveyka Ruzhinska". Retrieved 2017-03-07. Todor Krastev. "Women under 75kg Weightlifting XXI European Championship 2008 Lignano-Sabbiadoro". Retrieved 2017-03-07. "Bulgaria's Slaveyka Ruzhinska Walks After Lifting During The Women Stock Photo, Royalty Free Image: 121485014". 2004-08-19. Retrieved 2017-03-07. "Slaveyka Ruzhinska Stock Photos and Pictures". Getty Images. Retrieved 2017-03-07

Religious denomination

A religious denomination is a subgroup within a religion that operates under a common name and identity. The term refers to the various Christian denominations, it is used to describe the four major branches of Judaism. Within Islam, it can refer to the branches or sects, as well as their various subdivisions such as sub-sects, schools of jurisprudence, schools of theology and religious movements; the world's largest religious denomination is Roman Catholicism. A Christian denomination is a generic term for a distinct religious body identified by traits such as a common name, structure and doctrine. Individual bodies, may use alternative terms to describe themselves, such as church or fellowship. Divisions between one group and another are defined by church authority. Groups of denominations sharing broadly similar beliefs and historical ties are known as branches of Christianity. In Hinduism, the major deity or philosophical belief identifies a denomination, which typically has distinct cultural and religious practices.

The major denominations include Shaivism, Shaktism and Smartism. Islam was divided into three major sects well known as Sunni, Khawarij and Shī‘ah. Nowadays, Sunnis constitute more than 85% of the overall Muslim population while the Shi'as are more than 12%. Today, many of the Shia sects are extinct; the major surviving Imamah-Muslim Sects are Nizari Ismailism, Alevism. The other existing groups include Zaydi Shi'a of Yemen whose population is nearly more than 0.5% of the world's Muslim population, Musta’li Ismaili, Ibadis from the Kharijites whose population has diminished to a level below 0.15%. On the other hand, new Muslim sects like African American Muslims, Ahmadi Muslims, non-denominational Muslims, Quranist Muslims and Wahhabis were independently developed. Jewish religious movements, sometimes called "denominations" or "branches", include different groups which have developed among Jews from ancient times. Today, the main division is between the Orthodox and Conservative lines, with several smaller movements alongside them.

This threefold denominational structure is present in the United States, while in Israel the fault lines are between the religious Orthodox and the non-religious. The movements differ in their views on various issues; these issues include the level of observance, the methodology for interpreting and understanding Jewish law, biblical authorship, textual criticism and the nature or role of the messiah. Across these movements there are marked differences in liturgy in the language in which services are conducted, with the more traditional movements emphasizing Hebrew; the sharpest theological division occurs between Orthodox and non-Orthodox Jews who adhere to other denominations, such that the non-Orthodox movements are sometimes referred to collectively as the "liberal denominations" or "progressive streams." The term "multi-denominational" may describe a religious event that includes several religious denominations from sometimes unrelated religious groups. Many civic events include religious portions led by representatives from several religious denominations to be as inclusive or representational as possible of the expected population or audience.

For example: the Sunday thanksgiving mass at Campamento Esperanza in Chile, where services were led by both a Roman Catholic priest and by an Evangelical preacher during the Chilean 2010 Copiapó mining accident. Chaplains - ordained clergy of any religion - are assigned to secular organizations to provide spiritual support to its members who may belong to any of many different religions or denominations. Many of these chaplains those serving with the military or other large secular organizations, are trained to minister to members of many different faiths faiths with opposing religious ideology from that of the chaplain's own faith. Military organizations that do not have large numbers of members from several individual smaller but related denominations will hold multi-denominational religious services generically called "Protestant" Sunday services, so minority Protestant denominations are not left out or unserved. Schools of Buddhism Christian denomination Hindu denominations Islamic denominations Jewish denominations Non-denominational Schism Sociological classifications of religious movements

2009–10 New Jersey Devils season

The 2009–10 New Jersey Devils season is the team's 28th season in the National Hockey League since the franchise relocated to New Jersey. On June 9, 2009, Brent Sutter resigned as head coach of the Devils to become the head coach of the Calgary Flames. At the Entry Draft, the Devils traded with the Calgary Flames to move up in the draft and chose Jacob Josefson with the 20th overall pick. On July 13, 2009, the Devils named Jacques Lemaire as their new head coach; this will be Lemaire's 2nd stint with the club. He won the Stanley Cup as head coach of the Devils back in 1995; the Devils allowed only 186 goals during the fewest of all 30 teams. They were the most disciplined team in the NHL, with just 240 power-play opportunities against. Bold – Qualified for playoffs. Tampa Bay was leading 3–0 with 9:12 left in the second period when half of the sports lights went out due to an interruption in power on the grid feeding electricity to the arena, followed by a failure of a computer-operated lighting system that allowed the sports lighting system to function with the circuit breakers.

PSE&G and Prudential Center electricians worked on the situation for 1 hour and 52 minutes but could not reboot the system. The game was suspended due to the lighting problem; the Devils, Tampa Bay Lightning and the NHL agreed to waive a rule prohibiting players from participating in an NHL-sanctioned event on three consecutive nights as per the NHL Collective Bargaining Agreement. Tampa Bay won, 4–2, with Lightning center Steven Stamkos scoring two goals in the contest: one on Friday and one on Sunday. With their win on March 27, 2010, against the Montreal Canadiens at Bell Centre, the Devils clinched a playoff berth and are participating in the Stanley Cup playoffs for the 13th consecutive season and for the 20th time in 22 seasons. Note: GP = Games played. Stats reflect time with Devils only. ‡Traded mid-season. Stats reflect time with Devils only. New Jersey's picks at the 2009 NHL Entry Draft in Quebec. Updated April 13, 2010. 2009–10 NHL season The Lowell Devils of the American Hockey League and the Trenton Devils of the ECHL remain the New Jersey Devils' minor league affiliates for the 2009–10 season.

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