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Transport in the Maldives

Transport in the Maldives includes, road and air. All roads in the capital city of Malé are paved with concrete cobblestones. Many of the roads in Addu city are paved with tarmac. A small highway in Addu is called "the link road". A causeway connects 3 islands. Gan, Malé, is the local port authority. 16 ships total 66 804 GT/84,615 tonnes deadweight. As of 2005 ships number 12 cargo, 1 passenger/cargo, 2 petroleum tanker and 1 refrigerated cargo 1, As of 2005 2 ships were registered in Panama; the archipelago had 11 airports as of 2016. Two had paved runways. One stretched over 10,000 ft. Another covered 8,000 to 9,999 ft. Three airports had unpaved runways of 3,000 to 4,999 ft as of 2005. List of airports in Maldives Flyme Maldivian Mega Maldives Trans Maldivian Airways

Schaefer Beer

Schaefer Beer is a brand of American beer first produced in New York City during 1842 by the F. & M. Schaefer Brewing Company; the company relocated to Brooklyn in the early 20th century. It went public in 1968 with a $106 million stock offering. In order to expand capacity for regional sales and fend off competition from national brands Schaefer began construction of a large modern brewery in Fogelsville, that same year. Known as the Lehigh Valley Plant it opened in 1972. In 1974 it was expanded from its original 1,100,000 barrels-per-year capacity to 2,500,000 and in 1975, it expanded again to over 5,000,000 barrels. In the mid-1970s, Schaefer Beer was one of the top selling beers in the U. S. ranking as high as fifth in both the 1950 and 1970 rankings. Though it was producing more than twice as much beer in 1980, the gap between it and the top national brands was widening. In 1981 the Schaefer family sold the company to the Stroh Brewery Company. Stroh's took over the Allentown plant in its own bid for national market share.

It operated the plant until absorbed by Pabst Brewing Company in 1999. When Pabst opted to become a "virtual brewer" it sold the plant to Diageo just two years later. In 2008 Diageo sold it to brewer of Samuel Adams beer. Pabst retained the license to Schaefer and today outsources a reformulated brew it labels "Schaefer" and sells in niche markets in the United States; the advertising slogan for Schaefer beer is the jingle "Schaefer is the one beer to have when you're having more than one." An earlier advertising campaign from the 1950s asserted, "What do you hear in the best of circles? Schaefer, all around!" In Spanish, Schaefer's slogan was "Es la mejor, cuando se toma mas de una!" Schaefer had major exhibitions at both of New York City's World's Fairs, held in Flushing Meadows Park. During both the 1939 New York World's Fair and the 1964 New York World's Fair, Schaefer sponsored "Schaefer Center", a restaurant that used beer as an ingredient in many dishes. Schaefer was the official beer sponsor of the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1951 until the franchise's departure for Los Angeles following the 1957 season.

During that span, one of its advertisement was featured at the top of Ebbets Field's scoreboard on the right-field wall. The letters h or the first e on the wordmark lit up depending on whether the official scorer ruled that a batter reached base on a hit or an error respectively. Foxboro Stadium, the home stadium of the New England Patriots from 1971-2001, was named Schaefer Stadium after the beer company paid naming rights for the privilege, one of the earliest known examples of a stadium selling naming rights. After 12 years, the contract expired and the name was changed to Sullivan Stadium in 1983. During the 1970s and 1980s, Schaefer was one of the top selling beers in Puerto Guam. A large and quite famous Schaefer beer billboard was once displayed at the main entrance to the city of Bayamón. Schaefer still upholds the record for being the beer with the most unit sales in Puerto Rico, 13 million cases in a year, in the year 1979-80, it became quite famous among Puerto Rican salsa fans and superstars like Frankie Ruiz, Tito Rojas, Lalo Rodríguez.

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Def Jam Vendetta

Def Jam Vendetta is a 2003 professional wrestling video game that combined hip hop with pro wrestling. It was released for the PlayStation 2 and GameCube under the EA Sports BIG label in North America and Europe, the EA Games label in Japan, it was EA's first attempt at a wrestling game since the panned WCW Backstage Assault. Several hip hop artists were featured in the game, including DMX, Method Man, Ludacris, N. O. R. E. Capone, Ghostface Killah, Keith Murray, WC, Joe Budden and DJ Funkmaster Flex. Singer Christina Milian was featured in the game as Angel. A sequel, Def Jam: Fight for NY, was released on September 20, 2004 to positive reviews; the game features a unmodified AKI engine, used in the company's Virtual Pro Wrestling games and its spinoffs with some minor "button mashing" elements added and more of an arcade than a simulation. The game plays similarly to WWF No Mercy, features a lengthy story mode that allows you to level up and enhance one of four player characters in your quest to become the most well known star in the urban fighting league and fight the undefeated underground boss, D-Mob.

Players can win in one of three ways. Pins are done by pinning the opponent for 3 seconds; the player can trap opponents in holds that weaken one of their body parts. This hold can be broken by touching the ropes. If one of those gauges reaches empty, the bones get broken and that player submits & automatically loses. Players can attack their opponent to build up a power gauge. If the player grabs an opponent in this state, he can perform a special move. If the opponent's health is low enough, they will be KO'd; the game features 46 playable characters, including real-life hip hop artists signed to Def Jam at the time, as well as original characters. Christina Milian appears as a non-playable character. Japanese rappers Dabo and S-Word appear in the game's Japanese release; the player has a choice between 4 street fighters: a dishonorably discharged soldier. When the player chooses their street fighter, they are called up to help out their friend Manny by taking his place in a street fight. Once the player wins a certain number of fights, they'll go against the rapper Scarface.

Once the player beats his character, they'll get Deja. Other girls will come up to the player every couple of street fights, eventually, the player will have to choose which one should be the street fighter's new girlfriend, from which they'll all fight each other. N. O. R. E. will challenge The Protagonist to a fight at Grimeyville in LeFrak City, New York City, New York. Before the fight, The Protagonist arrive and get in a fight with D-Mob. Not long after the fight, Manny signs him up for a tag team tournament. After a while, The Protagonist will be challenged by Ludacris to a fight in Club Luda. After the fight, D-Mob claims that The Manny are nothing, he says that if anyone in the club wants the power and respect, they have to beat him at the Def Jam tournament. Manny tells The Protagonist to stop fighting. DMX 1st the character has to overcome The Dragon House's offer. Once they have done that, they take on Method Man and Redman in the finale of the tag team tournament. After that, The Protagonist fights DMX.

Once The Protagonist wins, they receive an e-mail from Angel saying. When they arrive at The Face Club, it is revealed that D-Mob has sent House and Snowman to stop them from coming to the Def Jam tournament; the Protagonist defeats them. Soon The Protagonist enters the tournament and defeat their best fighters. D-Mob attempts to shoot The Protagonist but Manny takes the bullet and survives. Your character gets back Angel. While The Protagonist is walking out, D-Mob is arrested, leading up to the events of Def Jam: Fight for NY. By July 2006, the PlayStation 2 version of Def Jam Vendetta had sold 750,000 copies and earned $30 million in the United States. Next Generation ranked it as the 82nd highest-selling game launched for the PlayStation 2, Xbox or GameCube between January 2000 and July 2006 in that country. Combined sales of the Def Jam series reached 1.8 million units in the United States by July 2006. The Cincinnati Enquirer gave it a score of all four stars and stated: "Electronic Arts deserves kudos for breathing new life into the aging fighting genre with this title's fresh approach."

However, The Village Voice gave it a score of six out of ten and said, "If only DMX could sic his pit bulls on you, Funkmaster Flex burst your eardrums ID'ing himself, or Redman burn you with a blunt." Entertainment Weekly gave it a C+ and called it "an uninspired wrestling title that lacks Def Jam's trademark sheen." Official website Def Jam Vendetta at MobyGames

Kenneth Came

Brigadier Kenneth Charles Came OBE was a career British Army officer and English cricketer. He was born at Berkshire. Came was drafted into the British Army as an Emergency Commission following World War II. In December 1946 he was serving with the Royal Hampshire Regiment and held the rank of 2nd Lieutenant; the following year, in November 1947, he was promoted to Lieutenant. In August 1952, he was promoted to Captain, his next promotion followed in October 1959, when he was promoted to Major, this time serving with the Parachute Regiment. He was promoted from Major to the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in 1966; the following year he was appointed a member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. 1970 saw Came promoted to Colonel, while three years he gained promotion to Brigadier. Having been the Aide-de-camp to Queen Elizabeth II since 1978, Came retired from the army in November 1980, his association with the Parachute Regiment continued after his retirement, when in 1982 he was appointed the Honorary Colonel of the 4th Battalion, Parachute Regiment.

A left-handed batsman and right-arm medium pace bowler, Came made his debut for Berkshire in the 1956 Minor Counties Championship against Cornwall. He played Minor counties cricket for Berkshire in 1957, making nine appearances. In 1957, Came made a single first-class appearance for the Free Foresters against Oxford University at the University Parks, he opened the bowling during this match in both of Oxford University's innings, though went wicketless. With the bat, he was dismissed for 6 runs in the Free Foresters first-innings by Richard Jowett, while in their second-innings he was dismissed for the same score by Michael Mathews, he made two appearances for the Army in 1957, though these were not rated as first-class. Came married the daughter of Test cricketer Walter Robins, so Robins' son Charles was his brother-in-law, he died at Up Nately, Hampshire, on 29 January 1986. Kenneth Came at ESPNcricinfo Kenneth Came at CricketArchive

Content House Kenya

Content House Kenya is a film and commercials production company, based in Nairobi, Kenya. It is a collective of filmmakers and photographers seeking to create and distribute content on topics that are underrepresented in the mainstream media but are still of great importance to the public, their documentary Gun to Tape was nominated for Best Documentary at the 9th Africa Movie Academy Awards. Their feature documentary The Last Fight was selected for the 2016 Africa International Film Festival and the 2016 edition of the Luxor African Film Festival. Stories from Turkana short documentary series in partnership with Cordaid The Last Fight a feature-length documentary film Kenya Navy at 50 a short documentary film Kenya's Olympic Journey a photo exhibition Gun to Tape a short documentary film

Good Times (Styles P song)

"Good Times" is a song by American hip hop recording artist Styles P, released as his solo debut single and the lead single from his debut album, A Gangster and a Gentleman. The single, produced by Swizz Beatz and Saint Denson, samples "I Get High", as performed by Freda Payne; the song, dedicated to his marijuana use, peaked at number 22 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and received massive nationwide airplay in 2002. The song was featured on the 2002 compilation album Swizz Beatz Presents G. H. E. T. T. O. Stories, as well as Music Inspired by Scarface and on the soundtrack to the 2004 stoner film, Soul Plane; the song was remixed twice. The first remix features a guest appearance from American hip hop duo Method Redman. There is another well-known version of this remix, released on mixtapes and online, that features an additional verse from Style P's then-Ruff Ryders label-mate, Jin; the second remix features Style P's D-Block cohorts Jadakiss and Sheek Louch, along with fellow American rappers Birdman, Drag-On and J-Hood.

Both maintain the original production, however both remixes begin with a sample of Rick James' 1978 single "Mary Jane", while an excerpt from the 1995 stoner film Friday plays, as Chris Tucker's character Smokey claims: "Man ain't nothing wrong with smoking weed. Weed is from the Earth. God put this here for me and you...take advantage man." Promo CD Single"Good Times" - 3:43 "Good Times" - 3:43 "Good Times" - 3:3112" Vinyl"Good Times" - 3:43 "Good Times" - 3:43 "Good Times" - 3:31Promo CD Single - Remix"Good Times" - 3:46 "Good Times" - 4:3012" Vinyl - RemixA-Side "Good Times" - 3:46 "Good Times" - 3:46 "Good Times" - 3:46B-Side "Good Times" - 4:30 "Good Times" - 4:30 Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics "Good Times" Official music video on YouTube