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The Prowler (1951 film)

The Prowler is a 1951 American film noir thriller film directed by Joseph Losey that stars Van Heflin and Evelyn Keyes. The film was written by Dalton Trumbo; because Trumbo was blacklisted at the time, the screenplay was credited to his friend, screenwriter Hugo Butler, as a front. Webb Garwood, a disgruntled cop, is called to investigate a peeping Tom by Susan Gilvray, her husband works nights as an overnight radio personality. Webb falls in love with the attractive married woman. Obsessed, he woos her and, despite her initial reluctance, the two begin an adulterous affair. Webb discovers an insurance policy on the husband's life, he dreams up a scheme. He leaves but, because he is in his police vehicle, hears the subsequent complaint reported from Susan's address, he returns to the house in his official capacity, again makes noise suggesting a prowler. Susan's husband comes outside and Webb, under cover in the bushes, shoots him with his service revolver and kills him. Webb wounds himself with the husband's pistol to make it look like the two had exchanged gunfire.

Webb's ruse fools a coroner's jury, thanks in part to both Susan and Webb testifying that they didn't know each other prior to her husband's death. Susan suspects Webb of foul play, but becomes convinced of his innocence and subsequently marries him. Shortly after the wedding, Susan informs Webb; this was problematic because the date of the baby's conception would prove the two had lied in their testimony to cover up their previous relationship and would thereby suggest that Webb's killing of Susan's husband had not been an accident at all. The two run away to a ghost town named Calico to have the baby without anyone back home knowing, they enjoy a happy life. Webb forces Dr. William James to come out to Calico to assist in the birth. Susan realizes that Webb intends to kill Dr. James to preserve their secret, so she warns the doctor, who escapes with the newborn. Susan tells Webb that she knows what he had planned to do and that she now believes that he intentionally murdered her husband. Realizing the doctor will send the police after him, Webb drives away, leaving his wife in Calico alone.

On the way out of town, he finds the road blocked by his former partner, coming to pay a visit. While attempting to get around his friend's car, Webb sees several police cars coming so he heads for the hills on foot, he refuses to stop and a sheriff's deputy shoots him dead. Van Heflin as Webb Garwood Evelyn Keyes as Susan Gilvray John Maxwell as Bud Crocker Katherine Warren as Grace Crocker Emerson Treacy as William Gilvray Madge Blake as Martha Gilvray Wheaton Chambers as Dr. William James Robert Osterloh as Coroner Louise Lorimer as Motel Manager Sherry Hall as John Gilvray Dalton Trumbo as radio voice of John Gilvray Critical reception for the film has been positive. In a contemporary review, The New York Times noted "an impressive drama."Film critic Dennis Schwartz liked the film, writing, "A neat noir thriller that has a slight variation on the Double Indemnity theme, this time it is the guy, the seducer. This is a Joseph Losey American film, made before his self-exile from the 1950s HUAC witch hunt days when he fled to England.

It is the director's aim to highlight social issues and class differences. They will play a major role in the motif, adding to the usual noir ones of dark character and sexual misconduct. Dalton Trumbo, the blacklisted writer, is the uncredited cowriter of the script."Leonard Maltin awarded the film 3 out of a possible 4 stars, praising its camerawork and production design and calling the film "Unusually nasty and utterly unpredictable". The Prowler on IMDb The Prowler at AllMovie The Prowler at the TCM Movie Database The Prowler at the American Film Institute Catalog The Prowler informational site and DVD review at DVD Beaver The Prowler film trailer on YouTube The Prowler full length on YouTube

RĂ´mulo Marques Macedo

Rômulo Marques Macedo, shortly Rômulo is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a forward. His previous clubs include K-League sides Jeju United & Busan I'Park, Chinese Super League side Henan Construction, Primeiro de Agosto & Petro Atlético in Angola, Clube do Remo, Criciúma, Rio Branco and Vasco da Gama. 2001 Rio Branco AC 2001–2002 Criciúma EC 2002 Clube do Remo 2003 Criciúma EC 2004 Clube do Remo 2005 Petro Atlético 2006 Primeiro de Agosto 2007 Petro Atlético 2008 Jeju United 2009–2010 Busan I'Park 2011 Henan Construction Campeonato Paraense in 2004 with Clube do Remo Girabola champion in 2006 with Primeiro de Agosto Angolan Cup winner in 2006 with Primeiro de Agosto 제주, 브라질 출신 미드필더 호물루 영입 at K-League homepage Rômulo Marques Macedo – K League stats at kleague.com

Calkin algebra

In functional analysis, the Calkin algebra, named after John Williams Calkin, is the quotient of B, the ring of bounded linear operators on a separable infinite-dimensional Hilbert space H, by the ideal K of compact operators. Here the addition in B is addition of operators and the multiplication in B is composition of operators; when scalar multiplication is included, B becomes in fact an algebra over the same field over which H is a Hilbert space. Since K is a maximal norm-closed ideal in B, the Calkin algebra is simple. In fact, K is the only closed ideal in B; as a quotient of a C* algebra by a two-sided ideal, the Calkin algebra is a C* algebra itself and there is a short exact sequence 0 → K → B → B / K → 0 which induces a six-term cyclic exact sequence in K-theory. Those operators in B which are mapped to an invertible element of the Calkin algebra are called Fredholm operators, their index can be described both using K-theory and directly. One can conclude, for instance, that the collection of unitary operators in the Calkin algebra consists of homotopy classes indexed by the integers Z.

This is in contrast to B. As a C*-algebra, the Calkin algebra is not isomorphic to an algebra of operators on a separable Hilbert space; the Gelfand-Naimark-Segal construction implies that the Calkin algebra isomorphic to an algebra of operators on a nonseparable Hilbert space, but while for many other C*-algebras there are explicit descriptions of such Hilbert spaces, the Calkin algebra does not have an explicit representation. The existence of an outer automorphism of the Calkin algebra is shown to be independent of ZFC, by work of Phillips and Weaver, Farah. One can define a Calkin algebra for any infinite-dimensional complex Hilbert space, not just separable ones. An analogous construction can be made by replacing H with a Banach space, called a Calkin algebra; the Calkin algebra is the Corona algebra of the algebra of compact operators on a Hilbert space

Jack Hayes (field hockey)

Jack Hayes is an Australian field hockey player. Hayes grew up in New South Wales. Hayes comes from a large sporting family, with cousins Casey Sablowski a former member of the Hockeyroos, Ryan Gregson a 1500-metre record holder. In 2018, Hayes was a member of the Australian team at the 2018 Indoor World Cup, where the team finished in fourth place. Hayes was Australia's highest scorer. After spending 3 years in the National Development Squad, Hayes was raised to the Kookaburras squad in November 2019. Hayes made his debut for Australia in February 2019, in an FIH Pro League match against Germany in Hobart

LaRosa's Pizzeria

LaRosa's Pizzeria is a chain of pizzerias serving neighborhoods in Cincinnati, Greater Dayton, Central Ohio, Northern Kentucky, Southeast Indiana and central Tennessee. It was founded in 1954 by Donald "Buddy" LaRosa, along with partners Richard "Muzzie" Minella, Mike Soldano and Frank "Head" Serraino. Called Papa Gino's, LaRosa bought out his partners, changed the name to LaRosa's. In addition to serving guests in its pizzerias, LaRosa's is the exclusive pizza served at the Kings Island and Coney Island amusement parks, the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, Riverbend Music Center, Perfect North Slopes and the Great American Ball Park; the first store opened March 1954, on Boudinot Avenue in the Westwood area of Cincinnati. The family and franchise owners now operate more than 60 pizzerias, with total annual sales of over $130 million; the sales put the company as the 14th largest pizza-chain in the US in 2014. In 1991, LaRosa's invested in the implementation and marketing of a single number call distribution center for delivery and carry out orders.

Its phone number is prominently featured in advertising. LaRosa's is popular in Greater Cincinnati, exceeding Domino's, Donatos Pizza, Pizza Hut and Papa John's in consumer reported purchase frequency. LaRosa's has always been active in the neighborhoods it serves, sponsoring local youth sports programs with their LaRosa's MVP of the Week and Hall of Fame. In the 1990s, the company started the Buddy Card fundraising program – allowing groups and organizations to sell Buddy Cards, offering a free pizza with purchase, keep a percentage of the money earned. On February 27, 2008, Michael Larosa became CEO of Inc. succeeding T. D. Hughes; the company began talking about expansions outside of Cincinnati in 2011, aiming to open stores in Columbus, Lexington and Nashville. In 2014, the company signed with Boudinot South; the store opened in Knoxville's Cedar Bluff area. In 2015, the company announced plans to open their first Central Kentucky location in Nicholasville to open in 2016. In 2017, Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley honored the founder by renaming a part of Elder St. to Buddy LaRosa Way and declaring April 26 to be Buddy LaRosa Day in Cincinnati.

In March 2018, the company broke ground for the first franchise location in Kentucky. The restaurant opened in May 2019. LaRosa's signature pizza is made with a distinctive thick, sweet sauce and topped with provolone cheese, their menu includes subs or "hoagies" with a variety of fillings and condiments, as well as calzones and pastas with over 40 Italian items on the menu. At Cincinnati grocery stores, the company has 15 products with their brand name attached – including olive oil, salad dressings, frozen ravioli, their pizza sauce. List of pizza chains of the United States Official website Data file including all locations for your GPS

Sticky Studios

Sticky Studios is an independent music recording studio located in Windlesham, Surrey. The studio is owned by music producer, remixer and publisher Jake Gosling. Sticky Studios is most notable for its work with artists such as Ed Sheeran, Shawn Mendes, One Direction, Christina Perri, Paloma Faith and Wiley. Ed Sheeran started coming to Sticky Studios in 2007 when he teamed up with Jake Gosling to produce the Songs I Wrote with Amy EP, The Loose Change EP and The No. 5 Collaborations Project EP which featured rappers Wiley, Sway DaSafo, Mikill Pane, JME, Ghetts, P Money, Dot Rotten, Wretch 32. All of Ed Sheeran's 2011 release + was produced at Sticky Studios, bar one track. Sticky Studio was home to the production of seven tracks on Sheeran's second album x. One Direction came to the studio in 2011 to work with studio owner, Jake Gosling, to produce the track Moments from One Direction multi-platinum selling debut album Up All Night; the album was an international success. The album debuted at number 2 on the UK album chart and became the UK's fastest selling debut album of 2011.

In 2012 One Direction returned to Sticky Studios to work on their second album titled Take Me Home. It was at Sticky Studios that Little Things, the second single from the album, was produced by Jake Gosling after being co-written by Ed Sheeran and Fiona Bevan. Over Again, from the same album, was produced at Sticky Studios. In 2012, female solo artist Paloma Faith went to Sticky Studios to work on her UK double platinum selling album Fall to Grace, which peaked at number 2 in the UK Albums Chart; the album's lead single. The album became Faith's highest UK chart position to date. In 2013 Christina Perri spent 6 weeks at Sticky Studios in order to create her second studio album Head or Heart, which went on to be released in March 2014 under Atlantic Records The album reached number 4 on the US Billboard 200 and number 8 on the official UK album charts. "Human", the lead single from the album, peaked at number 14 in the UK and number 31 in the USA, where it was certified as gold. Sticky Studios has been home to Scottish singer, songwriter Nina Nesbitt, Nesbitt went to the studio in 2012 to produce her first EP titled The Apple Tree.

She returned in 2013 to work on her debut album, released in February 2014 and peaked at number 11 in the UK Album Chart and number 1 in Nesbitt's native Scottish album chart. Rapper Mikill Pane went to Sticky Studios in 2013 to work on his debut album Blame Miss Barclay. Alongside Irish boy band The Original Rudeboys who came to Sticky in 2012 to write with Jake Gosling and have him produce their debut album This Life, which reached number 3 in the Irish Official Music Chart and has been certified as platinum; the Original Rudeboys' returned the following year to work on their second album, All We Are, released in March 2014 and reached number 2 in the Irish Charts