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Thomas Kyd

Thomas Kyd was an English playwright, the author of The Spanish Tragedy, one of the most important figures in the development of Elizabethan drama. Although well known in his own time, Kyd fell into obscurity until 1773 when Thomas Hawkins, an early editor of The Spanish Tragedy, discovered that Kyd was named as its author by Thomas Heywood in his Apologie for Actors. A hundred years scholars in Germany and England began to shed light on his life and work, including the controversial finding that he may have been the author of a Hamlet play pre-dating Shakespeare's, now known as the Ur-Hamlet. Thomas Kyd was the son of Anna Kyd. There are no records of the day he was born, but he was baptised in the church of St Mary Woolnoth in the Ward of Langborn, Lombard Street, London on 6 November 1558; the baptismal register at St Mary Woolnoth carries this entry: "Thomas, son of Francis Kydd and Writer of the Courte Letter of London". Francis Kydd in 1580 was warden of the Scriveners' Company. In October 1565 the young Kyd was enrolled in the newly founded Merchant Taylors' School, whose headmaster was Richard Mulcaster.

Fellow students included Thomas Lodge. Here, Kyd received a well-rounded education, thanks to Mulcaster's progressive ideas. Apart from Latin and Greek, the curriculum included music, physical education, "good manners". There is no evidence, he may have followed in his father's professional footsteps because there are two letters written by him and his writing style is similar to that of a scrivener. Evidence suggests that in the 1580s Kyd became an important playwright, but little is known about his activity. Francis Meres placed him among "our best for tragedy" and Heywood elsewhere called him "Famous Kyd". Ben Jonson mentions him in the same breath as Christopher Marlowe and John Lyly in the Shakespeare First Folio; the Spanish Tragedie was written in the mid to late 1580s. The earliest surviving edition was printed in 1592. However, the play was known as "Hieronimo", after the protagonist, it was arguably the most popular play of the "Age of Shakespeare" and set new standards in effective plot construction and character development.

In 1602 a version of the play with "additions" was published. Philip Henslowe's diary records payment to Ben Jonson for additions that year, but it is disputed whether the published additions reflect Jonson's work or if they were composed for a 1597 revival of The Spanish Tragedy mentioned by Henslowe. Other works by Kyd are his translations of Torquato Tasso's Padre di Famiglia, published as The Householder's Philosophy. Plays attributed in whole or in part to Kyd include Soliman and Perseda, King Leir, Arden of Faversham and Edward III. A play related to The Spanish Tragedy called The First Part of Hieronimo may be a bad quarto or memorial reconstruction of a play by Kyd, or it may be an inferior writer's burlesque of The Spanish Tragedy inspired by that play's popularity. Kyd is more accepted to have been the author of a Hamlet, the precursor of the Shakespearean play; the success of Kyd's plays extended to Europe. Versions of The Spanish Tragedy and his Hamlet were popular in Germany and the Netherlands for generations.

The influence of these plays on European drama was the reason for the interest in Kyd among German scholars in the nineteenth century. From 1587 to 1593 Kyd was in the service of an unidentified noble, after his imprisonment in 1593, he wrote of having lost "the favours of my Lord, whom I haue servd theis vi yeres nowe". Proposed nobles include the Earl of Sussex, the Earl of Pembroke, Lord Strange, he may have worked as a secretary, if he did not write plays. Around 1591 Christopher Marlowe joined this patron's service, for a while Marlowe and Kyd shared lodgings, even ideas. On 11 May 1593 the Privy Council ordered the arrest of the authors of "divers lewd and mutinous libels", posted around London; the next day, Kyd was among those arrested. His lodgings were searched and instead of evidence of the "libels" there was found an Arianist tract, described by an investigator as "vile heretical conceits denying the eternal deity of Jesus Christ found amongst the papers of Thos. Kydd, prisoner... which he affirmeth he had from C.

Marley". It is believed. Kyd told authorities the writings found in his possession belonged to Christopher Marlowe, a fellow dramatist and former roommate. Kyd “accused his former roommate of being a blasphemous traitor, an atheist who believed that Jesus Christ was a homosexual” an uninformed confusion over the Arian and Early Gnostic concept of homoousios. Kyd was with Marlowe at the wrong place at the wrong time. Marlowe was summoned by the Privy Council after these events, while waiting for a decision on his case, was killed in an incident in Deptford involving known government agents. Kyd was released but was not accepted back into his lord's service. Believing he was under suspicion of atheism himself, he wrote to the Lord Keeper, Sir John Puckering, protesting his innocence, but his efforts to clear his name were fruitless; the last we hear from the playwright is the publication of Cornelia early in 15

Royal Cambodian Navy

The Royal Cambodian Navy is the naval warfare service branch of the Armed Forces of Cambodia and one of the three uniformed services of the Kingdom of Cambodia. It operates 228 boats/ships in active service, it is commanded by Admiral Tea Vinh and sails under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of National Defense. The navy possesses fifteen patrol craft and a further five patrol craft of the "fast attack" variety. There are about 200 motorised and manual canoes; the country's seagoing capability was boosted in August 2005. In 2007 a further 10 were handed over worth $100,000,000; the craft were donated to Cambodia by China to help counter piracy, transnational crime, smuggling and to safeguard future oil installations. In 2007, Cambodia reported that it was increasing the strength of its navy from 1,000 to 3,000 sailors, apart from creating a force of 2,000 Marine infantry. Many Officers of the Royal Cambodian Navy received their training at the Vietnam Naval Academy. Naval bases of the Royal Cambodian Navy include the following: Ream Naval Base Sihanoukville Phnom Penh The NCMS was established in December 2010 on the initiative of Prime Minister Hun Sen and with support from international security partners.

Part of its role is focusing on fighting against terrorism, human trafficking, cross-border crimes, drug trafficking as well as on preserving natural resources and conducting emergency rescue works. It is overseen by Admiral Tea Vinh and has bases in Sihanoukville and Phnom Penh, working with and for the Royal Cambodian Navy. NCMS is responsible for the security of visiting navy's ships and personnel from neighboring countries and allies, including China, Russia and the USA. Ministry of Defense, Cambodia Royal Cambodian Armed Forces Royal Cambodian Army Royal Cambodian Air Force

You Say, We Say

You Say, We Say is the second studio album by Irish alternative rock band Royseven. It was released in Ireland on 11 March 2011, it was preceded by the lead single, "Killer", on 19 November 2010 and followed by second single "We Should Be Lovers" on 19 February 2011. "We Should Be Lovers" went on to become the most played Irish song on radio in 2011, beating rivals Westlife, The Script and Snow Patrol. The album was produced by Andreas Herbig at Boogie Park Studios in Germany. All tracks are written by Royseven. RoysevenPaul Walsh — Lead vocals Sam Garland — Lead guitarist Eamonn Barrett — Rhythm guitar Bernard O'Neill — Bass Paul O'Hara — Keyboard Darragh Oglesby — DrumsProductionProduced by Andreas Herbig Recorded and mixed by Andreas Herbig at Boogie Park Studio, Germany Mastered by Michael Schwabe

2005–06 Serie A

The 2005–06 Serie A was the 104th season of top-tier Italian football, the 74th in a round-robin tournament. The league commenced on 28 August 2005 and finished on 14 May 2006. While Juventus were the first-placed team, this title was put sub judice due to their involvement in the Calciopoli scandal, with Internazionale instead declared champions by the Italian Football Federation on 26 July 2006. Prior to the 2005–06 season, if two or more teams were tied in points for first place, for only one spot in a European tournament, or in the relegation zone, teams would play tie-breaking matches after the season was over to determine which team would be champion, or be awarded a European tournament spot, or be saved or relegated. However, 2005–06 saw the introduction of new rules. If two or more teams ended the season with the same number of points, the ordering was determined by their head-to-head records. If two or more teams had the same total points and head-to-head records, goal difference became the decisive factor.

Promoted from Serie B. The Capocannoniere of 2005–06 was Luca Toni of Fiorentina, his 31 goals was the highest tally since Antonio Valentín Angelillo scored 33 for Internazionale in 1958–59. Summer Transfer Winter Transfer co-ownership co-ownership 2005–06 Serie B 2005–06 Coppa Italia it:Classifica calcio Serie A italiana 2006 – Italian version with pictures and info. – All results on RSSSF Website. 2005/2006 Serie A Squads – 2005-2006 Serie A Final Season and Player Statistics in. PDF format -

Central Greene School District

The Central Greene School District is a small, rural public school district located in Greene County, Pennsylvania. The district serves: the Borough of Waynesburg and Franklin Township, Perry Township, Washington Township, Wayne Township and Whiteley Township, it encompasses 168 square miles. In 1962, the district was created through an agreed joining of school administrations in each six townships served; the district is located about sixty miles south of Pittsburgh and twenty miles north of Morgantown, West Virginia. According to the 2000 federal census data, Central Greene School District served a resident population of 16,681. By 2010, the district's population declined to 15,902 people. In 2009 the district residents' per capita income was $14,354, while the median family income was $39,358; the educational attainment levels for the population 25 and over were 84.8% high school graduates and 15.8% college graduates. According to Central Greene School District officials, in school year 2007-08, the district provided basic educational services to 2,180 pupils.

It employed 180 teachers, 98 full-time and part-time support personnel, 13 administrators. Per District officials, in school year 2009-10, Central Greene School District provided basic educational services to 2,101 pupils; the district employed: 186 teachers, 102 full-time and part-time support personnel, 13 administrators. Central Greene School District received more than $13 million in state funding in school year 2009-10. Central Greene School District operates three schools: Waynesburg Central Elementary School, Margaret Bell Miller Middle School and Waynesburg Central High School; the facilities include a pool, a football stadium, an auditorium, a soccer field and indoor basketball courts that are used as a community center for the Waynesburg area. High school students may choose to attend Greene County Career and Technology Center for training in the construction and mechanical trades; the Intermediate Unit IU1 provides the district with a wide variety of services like specialized education for disabled students and hearing and visual disability services and professional development for staff and faculty.

Central Greene School District was ranked 278th out of 498 Pennsylvania school districts in 2013 by the Pittsburgh Business Times. The ranking was based on the last three years of student academic performance on the reading, writing and science PSSAs; the PSSAs are given to all children in grades 3rd through the 11th grade in high school. Adapted examinations are given to children in the special education programs. Writing exams were given to children in 8th grades. 2013 - 293rd 2012 - 321st 2011 - 349th 2010 - 341st 2009 - 350th 2008 - 397th 2007 - 394th out of 501 school districts. In 2009, the academic achievement of the students of Central Greene School District was in the 16th percentile among 500 Pennsylvania school districts. Scale - Overachiever statewide ranking In 2013, the Pittsburgh Business Times reported an Overachievers Ranking for 498 Pennsylvania school districts. Central Greene School District ranked 256th. In 2012, the district was 289th; the editor describes the ranking as: "a ranking answers the question - which school districts do better than expectations based upon economics?

This rank takes the Honor Roll rank and adds the percentage of students in the district eligible for free and reduced-price lunch into the formula. A district finishing high on this rank is smashing expectations, any district above the median point is exceeding expectations." In 2012, Central Greene School District declined to Warning AYP status due to a low graduation rate coupled with lagging student achievement in reading and Mathematics. In 2011, Central Greene School District achieved Adequate Yearly Progress. In 2011, 94 percent of the 500 Pennsylvania public school districts achieved the No Child Left Behind Act progress level of 72% of students reading on grade level and 67% of students demonstrating on grade level math. In 2011, 46.9 percent of Pennsylvania school districts achieved Adequate Yearly Progress based on student performance. An additional 37.8 percent of Pennsylvania public school districts made AYP based on a calculated method called safe harbor, 8.2 percent on the growth model and 0.8 percent on a two-year average performance.

Central Greene School District achieved AYP status each year from 2004 to 2010, while in 2003 the district was in Warning status due to lagging student achievement. In 2013, the graduation rate for Central Greene School District declined to 78%. In 2012, the graduation rate for Central Greene School District was 80%. In 2011, Central Greene's graduation rate was 87%. In 2010, the Pennsylvania Department of Education issued a 4-year cohort graduation rate. Central Greene School District's rate was 70% for 2010. Former calculation graduation rate 2010 - 88% 2009 - 90% 2008 - 91% 2007 - 85% Waynesburg Central High School is located at 30 Zimmerman Drive, Waynesburg. In 2013, enrollment had declined to 597 pupils in 9th through 12th grades, with 39% of pupils eligible for a free lunch due to family poverty. Additionally, 18.7% of pupils received special education services, while 2.5% of pupils were identified as gifted. The school employed 53 teachers. Per the PA Department of Education 4% of the teachers were rated "Non‐Highly Qualified" under the federal No Child Left Behind Act.

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, in 2010, Waynesburg Central High School reported an enrollment of 646 pupils in grades 9th through 12th, with 223 pupils eligible for a federal free or reduced-price lunch due to the family meeting the federal poverty level. The school is a federally designated Title I school; the school employed 53 teachers, yielding a student–teac

High Tension (1936 film)

High Tension is a 1936 American comedy-drama film directed by Allan Dwan and starring Brian Donlevy, Glenda Farrell, Norman Foster. It was released by 20th Century Fox on July 17, 1936; the film was based on the story written by J. Robert Norman Houston. Cable layer Steve Reardon is in a tank at the bottom of the ocean near Hawaii reading an adventure story "The Son of Neptune", written by his girlfriend Edith McNeil who based the stories on Steve's life. After repairing the cable he was sent to fix, Steve returns to San Francisco and asks his boss Willard Stone for a $1000 bonus and two weeks vacation so that he can marry Edith. Steve and Edith have an argument, when he arrives hours late for their date and complains that she is taking too long to get dress. Steve, storms out. At a bar, he meets piano player Eddie Mitchell and gets into a fight with two men who try to steal Steve's money, is knocked out unconscious; the next day, Steve wakes up in Eddie's apartments. When Steve Learns that Eddie studied engineering in college, he offers help to his new friend to become a real engineer.

One year Eddie has become an engineer and together with Steve they return to San Francisco. Steve buys an engagement ring for Edith, he has not seen her since their argument. When Steve arrives at her apartment and finds her with the heavyweight boxing champion, Terry Madden, the subject of her new series "Ladies Love Champions", he gets into a fight with Terry. Steve is arrested and Edith bails him out of jail, they agree to marry. Steve goes to work for F. Willoughly Tuttle, while Eddie takes the position as superintendent of the Honolulu station. In Honolulu, Eddie encounters hostility from chief engineer Noble Harrison, who believes that he should've gotten Eddie's job; when Noble informs the head office that Eddie plans to correct a shifting coral formation which threatens to wreck their frayed cable by blasting. When he tells Edith about the transfer and reveals that he agreed to stay on the job for one year, she becomes angry and ends their engagement. In Honolulu, Steve begins to flirt with Brenda Burke, Eddie's secretary.

Brenda, tired of Eddie's lack of interest, accepts Steve's flirtation. When Steve spontaneously sends a picture of himself with Brenda in a bathing suit to Edith, she is furious and decides to go to Hawaii and give back his engagement ring personally. Meanwhile, in Honolulu Eddie warns Steve not to play with Brenda's feeling and Steve realize that Eddie is in love with Brenda. Steve meet up with Edith, they spend the evening together and reconciles; when Steve fails to show up for a 6 a.m. blast, trying to impress Brenda, decides to go ahead with the blast without him. After Eddie dives into the coral, his air line is blocked. Steve rescues Eddie as Brenda and Edith watch on shore. Afterwards and Eddie embrace, a telegraph arrives from the head office saying that if Steve marries Edith, he will get a five-year contract and that she has permission to travel with him and get her stories. Brian Donlevy as Steve Reardon Glenda Farrell as Edith McNeil Norman Foster as Eddie Mitchell Helen Wood as Brenda Burke Robert McWade as Willard Stone Theodore von Eltz as Noble Harrison Hattie McDaniel as Hattie Romaine Callender as F. Willoughby Tuttle Joe Sawyer as Terry Madden George Chandler as Man at Honolulu Dock The original title for the story by J. Robert Bren and Norman Houston was "Here Comes Trouble", but 20th Century Fox used that title for another film which they released earlier in the same year.

The working title of the movie was "Trouble Makers". The film includes the song "And That Woman Made a Monkey Out of Me" by Sidney Clare; the New York Times movie review said: "High Tension is a loud and funny comedy written entirely in the vernacular, well suited to Miss Glenda Farrell's aptitude for robust comedy. Here she is aided and abetted by Brian Donlevy, the man with the profile, who spends part of his time asking her to marry him and, running out on her after she consents. For good measure, the scenario writers toss in some melodramatic episodes. For instance, the interlude in which Mr. Donlevy descends to the floor of the Pacific to rescue Norman Foster, who becomes entangled in a movement of coral reef while mending the Honolulu—San Francisco cable. High Tension may be recommended to the not too finicky as better than average hot-weather screen fare." 20th Century Fox released the film on DVD on December 16, 2014. High Tension on IMDb