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Tripp County, South Dakota

Tripp County is a county in the U. S. state of South Dakota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 5,644, its county seat is Winner. The county was created in 1873, was organized in 1909, it is named for lawyer and diplomat Bartlett Tripp. Tripp County lies on the south line of South Dakota, its south boundary is the Nebraska state line. Its north boundary is the meandering White River; the Keya Paha River flows east-southeasterly through the lower part of the county. The county terrain is composed of rolling hills carved by drainages; the county terrain slopes to the south and east, although its upper portion drops northward into the White River valley. The county's highest point is on the lower part of its west boundary line, at 2,552' ASL; the county has a total area of 1,618 square miles, of which 1,612 square miles is land and 5.1 square miles is water. Beaulieu Lake State Game Production Area Brown State Game Production Area Covey Dam State Game Production Area Dog Ear Lake State Game Production Area George & Katherine Mann State Game Production Area Ideal Wetland State Game Production Area King Dam State Game Production Area Little Dog Ear Lake State Game Production Area McLaughlin State Game Production Area Rahm Lake State Game Production Area Roosevelt Lake State Game Production Area Snow Dam State Game Production Area Roosevelt Lake As of the 2000 United States Census, there were 6,430 people, 2,550 households, 1,721 families in the county.

The population density was 4 people per square mile. There were 3,036 housing units at an average density of 2 per square mile; the racial makeup of the county was 87.48% White, 0.03% Black or African American, 11.20% Native American, 0.06% Asian, 0.08% from other races, 1.15% from two or more races. 0.86% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race. There were 2,550 households out of which 30.40% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 56.90% were married couples living together, 6.60% had a female householder with no husband present, 32.50% were non-families. 29.60% of all households were made up of individuals and 15.70% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.48 and the average family size was 3.08. The county population contained 27.70% under the age of 18, 6.20% from 18 to 24, 24.40% from 25 to 44, 21.90% from 45 to 64, 19.70% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 40 years. For every 100 females there were 97.40 males.

For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 94.70 males. The median income for a household in the county was $28,333, the median income for a family was $36,219. Males had a median income of $22,588 versus $18,070 for females; the per capita income for the county was $13,776. About 15.90% of families and 19.90% of the population were below the poverty line, including 20.70% of those under age 18 and 17.60% of those age 65 or over. As of the 2010 United States Census, there were 5,644 people, 2,419 households, 1,509 families in the county; the population density was 3.5 inhabitants per square mile. There were 3,072 housing units at an average density of 1.9 per square mile. The racial makeup of the county was 83.1% white, 14.0% American Indian, 0.2% Asian, 0.1% black or African American, 0.2% from other races, 2.4% from two or more races. Those of Hispanic or Latino origin made up 1.1% of the population. In terms of ancestry, 46.8% were German, 10.8% were Irish, 7.7% were Czech, 6.2% were Dutch, 4.0% were American.

Of the 2,419 households, 26.9% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 50.4% were married couples living together, 8.4% had a female householder with no husband present, 37.6% were non-families, 34.6% of all households were made up of individuals. The average household size was 2.28 and the average family size was 2.93. The median age was 45.3 years. The median income for a household in the county was $40,221 and the median income for a family was $49,570. Males had a median income of $35,238 versus $25,323 for females; the per capita income for the county was $21,192. About 12.1% of families and 16.5% of the population were below the poverty line, including 27.4% of those under age 18 and 10.3% of those age 65 or over. Colome Winner New Witten Hamill The county contains one area of unorganized territory: Gassman. Tripp County voters have traditionally voted Republican. In no national election since 1964 has the county selected the Democratic Party candidate; the Democratic Party has not obtained forty percent of the county’s vote since Jimmy Carter in 1976.

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Gómez Pérez Dasmariñas

Gómez Pérez Dasmariñas y Ribadeneira was a Spanish politician, military officer and colonial official. He was the seventh governor-general of the Philippines from May or June 1, 1590 to October 25, 1593; the city of Dasmariñas, located 24 km south of Manila, was named after him. Dasmariñas was a member of the Order of Santiago. Pérez Dasmariñas was born in Viveiro, Spain, he was named governor of León on January 30, 1579. There he built various fountains and streets, his work there was viewed favorably, he was promoted to corregidor of Murcia and Cartagena, Spain on September 27, 1584. He held these positions until January 1, 1587. In 1589 he was named governor and captain general of the Philippines by King Philip II. At the same time, Philip increased the salary of the position to 10,000 Castilian ducados per year and made Pérez Dasmariñas a knight of the Order of Santiago, his orders included the suppression of the Audiencia of Manila, something, requested by the Spanish settlers in the Philippines.

He had instructions to establish a garrison of 400 soldiers, paid at His Majesty's expense, for the defense of the colony. Pérez Dasmariñas sailed for New Spain on December 8, 1589, on the same ships as Luis de Velasco, the newly appointed viceroy of New Spain. Continuing his journey, Pérez Dasmariñas left from Acapulco on March 1, 1590 and arrived in Manila in May, or, according to his own account, on June 1. Upon taking office, he suppressed the Audiencia and established the garrison, he worked diligently to build a stone defensive wall around the city of Manila, so diligently that this project was nearly completed by the time of the governor's death in 1593. He rebuilt Fort Santiago, he had the cathedral of Manila constructed in stone, encouraged private citizens to build their dwellings in stone. During his term of office he increased trade with improved communication with Spain, he suppressed an uprising in Zambales. He sent his son Luis Pérez Dasmariñas at the head of a military expedition to Cagayan, across parts of the island of Luzon never before seen by Spaniards.

He built an artillery foundry in Manila, but because of a lack of skilled founders, this project was not successful. In the first year of his administration, he sent the president and the oidores of the suppressed Audiencia to Spain; however Licenciado Pedro de Rojas, the senior oidor, remained in Manila by order of the king as lieutenant-assessor in matters of justice, until some years he was appointed alcalde in Mexico City. During his administration, a letter was received from Toyotomi Hideyoshi, the ruler of Japan at that time, demanding submission and tribute and threatening to come with a fleet and troops to lay waste the country; the correspondence dragged out for several years, until Hideyoshi died. As a continuing confirmation of Pre-hispanic Lucoes' service as mercenaries in Southeast Asia, in 1593 the king of Cambodia sent an embassy to the governor, namely the Portuguese Diego Belloso. Belloso brought a present of two offers of friendship and trade, he implored aid against Siam, threatening the kingdom.

Pérez Dasmariñas sent the king a present of a horse and some emeralds and other objects, but postponed a reply to the request for aid. This was the origin of the Spanish involvement and expeditions to the kingdoms of Siam and Cambodia. On May 12, 1591, Esteban Rodríguez de Figueroa, a wealthy Spaniard of Manila, made an agreement with the governor to conquer Muslim Mindanao; this was to be done at Rodríguez's own expense, in exchange for which he would name the governor of the conquered territory for two lifetimes. Pérez Dasmariñas quarreled with Bishop Salazar, who departed for Spain in 1592. In 1593, Gómez Pérez Dasmariñas organized an expedition from Manila to capture the fort at Terrenate, in the Moluccas. Pérez Dasmariñas had planned this expedition for some time, but in secret, did not reveal his intention until most of the preparations had been made, he intended to lead the expedition personally. Before he set sail, he sent his son, Luis Pérez Dasmariñas, on ahead with part of the fleet to the province of Pintado.

The governor left the military affairs of Manila and the rest of the Philippines in charge of Diego Ronquillo, the civil affairs in charge of Pedro de Rojas. After his son left, he remained in Manila, making final preparations and arming a galley of 28 benches, in which he was to sail; this galley he manned with pay. According to Antonio de Morga, in order to win the good will of the rowers, he would not allow them to be chained, winked at their carrying certain weapons. About forty Spaniards embarked on the galley, the galley itself was accompanied by a few frigates and smaller vessels, in which private individuals embarked; the entire fleet consisted of 200 sails, counting galleys, frigates and other craft. More than 900 Spaniards were on the expedition; the governor set sail from Cavite for Pintados in October 1593, to join the part of the fleet under Luis Pérez at Pintados. They were to proceed to the Moluccas. On the second day of this first leg of the expedition, the governor's fleet reached the island of Caca, 24 leagues from Manila and just off the coast of Luzon.

They found it difficult to round the headland known as Punta del Azufre because of a strong head wind. The governor ordered the ships to anchor there for the night, attempt to round the point the next day; the Chinese rowers had been plotting for three days to seize the galley, and

Ironi Nes Ziona B.C.

Ironi Nes Ziona B. C. is a professional basketball club based in Israel. The team plays its home games at the Lev Hamoshava; the club is playing in the Israeli Basketball Super League. In the 2018–19 season, Ironi Nes Ziona made its debut in a European competition, it played in the qualifying rounds of the 2018–19 FIBA Europe Cup and played its first match on 20 September 2018, defeating Södertälje Kings 72–67. The team went on to qualify for the regular season where it played in Group D. Due to sponsorship reasons, the club has known several names: Ironi "Dizengoff Trading" Nes Ziona Ironi "Hai Motors" Nes Ziona Official website Team profile at eurobasket.com Team profile at the Israeli BSL WebSite

French frigate Vendémiaire

Vendémiaire is a Floréal-class frigate of the French Navy. She is the fifth ship of the class, is named after Vendémiaire, the first month of the Republican Calendar; the ship was constructed at Saint-Nazaire, France in 1992 and entered service in 1993. Vendémiaire is stationed in the French Pacific territories for patrol duties; the Floréal-class frigates were designed in response to a demand for a cheap warship capable of operating in low threat areas and able to perform general patrol functions. As a result, the Floréal class were constructed to mercantile standards in the areas of ammunition stowage, helicopter facilities and damage control, which lowered the cost of the vessels; the Floréal class were designed for using modular construction. Vendémiaire has 3,000 tonnes at full load; the frigate measures 85.2 metres long between perpendiculars and 93.5 metres overall with a beam of 14 metres and a draught of 4.3 m. Due the frigate's broad beam, the ship is equipped with fin stabilisers; the frigate is powered by a combined diesel and diesel system comprising four SEMT Pielstick 6 PA6 L280 BPC diesel engines driving two shafts each turning a LIPS controllable pitch propeller.

The CODAD system is rated at 6,580 kilowatts The vessel is equipped with one 203-kilowatt bow thruster. Due to the mercantile construction design, the four diesels are all located within one machinery room for ease of maintenance. Both diesel fuel and TR5 aviation fuel is brought aboard at a single location at the stern compared to naval-constructed vessels which sport two; the ship has three 750 kW diesel-electric generators located just fore and aft of the machinery room. Vendémiaire has a range of 9,000 nautical miles at 15 knots. Vendémiaire was armed with two Exocet MM38 surface-to-surface missiles in launchers situated centrally atop the midships superstructure. However, at the end of the missile's life cycle in 2014, the launchers were removed as the French Navy did not intend to replace the capability aboard the ships; the ship mounts one 100 mm CADAM turret with the Najir fire control system located forwards and two 20 mm modèle F2 guns situated in atop the aft superstructure. The ship is equipped with DRBV-21C air sentry, Racal Decca RM1290 navigation and Racal Decca RM1290 landing radars along with ARBG-1A Saïgon communications intercept, CSF ARBR 16A radar intercept electronic surveillance systems and two Dagaie decoy systems.

The frigate is equipped with a 30-by-15-metre helicopter landing pad located on the stern and a 10-by-15-metre hangar. The ship is capable of operating the embarked Eurocopter AS565 Panther up to sea state 5. Vendémiaire is capable of operating helicopters up to the size of the Eurocopter AS332 Super Puma; the ship has a complement of 90 including the aircrew and officers and 24 marines with capacity for a further 13 personnel. Vendémiaire was ordered as part of the third pair in January 1991 from Chantiers de l'Atlantique for construction at their yard in Saint-Nazaire and the keel was laid down on 17 January 1992; the frigate was built using modular construction methods which reduced the vessel's construction time. Vendémiaire was launched on 23 August 1992 and commissioned into the French Navy on 21 October 1993. Following sea trials, Vendémiaire sailed for Arsenal de Lorient, Lorient where the weapons and sensors were installed and underwent further trials. Vendémiaire was assigned to New Caledonia in the Pacific Ocean.

The frigate was deployed to East Timor as part of the Australian-led INTERFET peacekeeping taskforce from 20 September to 17 November 1999. The ship went on a tour of China in 2011. Vendémiaire was opened to the public 17 April 2011 in Hong Kong; the ship visited the city again from 26 February to 2 March 2018. In October 2013 the vessel participated in the International Fleet Review 2013 in Australia. From 1 to 3 June 2015, Vendémiaire performed French sovereignty missions to Matthew Island and Hunter Island. In 2015, following Cyclone Pam France ordered Vendémiaire to sail from Nouméa to Vanuatu to conduct surveys along with aircraft from the island territory. After the Cyclone Pam operations, Vendémiaire sailed to Wellington, New Zealand in April 2016 to take part in the ANZAC commemorations. In May 2016, the frigate stopped at Busan, South Korea for joint training with the Republic of Korea Navy. On 27 July 2017, the ship intercepted 1.4 tonnes of cocaine from the sailing vessel Afalina off the coast of Tonga.

From 17–21 February 2018, the frigate visited Incheon, South Korea, performing joint operations with the Republic of Korea Navy. On 6 April 2019, Vendémiaire sailed through the Taiwan Strait, shadowed by Chinese naval forces. China issued a diplomatic protest after Vendémiaire violated Chinese territorial waters. Vendémiaire was subsequently absent at the celebration of the 70th anniversary of the People's Liberation Army Navy at Qingdao, which she had been scheduled to attend. In September 2019, Vendémiaire joined naval units from the Royal Australian Navy and Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force for naval exercises off the coast of Australia. Gardiner, Robert. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1947–1995. Annapolis, Maryland: Naval Institute Press. ISBN 1-55750-132-7. Massicot, Jean. Navires d

Darren Ambrose

Darren Paul Francis Ambrose is an English retired footballer who played as a midfielder. Ambrose began his career with Ipswich Town, he broke through to the first-team in April 2002 in a 2–0 Premiership defeat to Arsenal. After establishing himself as a regular during the 2002–03 season, Ambrose was sold to Newcastle United for £1 million, he made over 50 appearances for Newcastle before joining Charlton Athletic in 2005 for £1.5 million. A four-year stay at The Valley saw Ambrose make over 120 appearances, while he spent time away on loan at his former club Ipswich in the latter stages of his spell with the Addicks, he joined Crystal Palace on a free transfer ahead of the 2009–10 season, making 110 league appearances in three seasons. He signed for Birmingham City for a £250,000 fee in 2012, spending two seasons with the Championship club, but failed to establish himself in the first-team, he was loaned to Greek Superleague side Apollon Smyrni in January 2014, where he scored six goals in eleven outings.

Ambrose was released by Birmingham in the summer of 2014, before he rejoined Ipswich on a permanent basis following a trial. He made just eight appearances for his boyhood club before being released the following summer. Ambrose signed a one-year contract with League One club Colchester United in August 2015. Ambrose has represented England at under-20 and under-21 level, scoring two goals in ten appearances between 2003 and 2006 for the under-21s, scoring one goal in four games for the under-20s at the 2005 Toulon Tournament. Born in Harlow, Ambrose joined the Academy at Ipswich Town at the age of eleven, where he progressed through the club's Centre of Excellence before joining the Academy full-time in the summer of 2000, he broke into the reserve team during the 2000–01 season after helping the under-17 team to the league title. He made his first-team debut on 21 April 2002 when manager George Burley brought him on for the final five minutes of Ipswich's 2–0 defeat to Arsenal at Highbury, replacing Martijn Reuser.

Ipswich were relegated from the Premiership the same season, but this allowed Ambrose a place in the starting line-up for their opening First Division fixture of the 2002–03 season against Walsall on 10 August 2002. He scored on, he scored again as Ipswich thrashed Leicester City 6–1 at Portman Road on 18 August, before scoring his third in five games in their 8–1 UEFA Cup win against Avenir Beggen on 29 August. After making 37 appearances across the season and scoring eleven goals, Ambrose was sold to Newcastle United on 24 March 2003. With Ipswich in financial difficulty after falling into administration, the club were forced to sell Ambrose outside of the transfer window for a fee in the region of £1 million. Ambrose would say that he "did not want to go" when he was sold to Newcastle, that he was "sad to leave" Ipswich. After signing for Newcastle United on 24 March 2003, Ambrose had to wait until the final game of the season to make his debut for the first-team. Replacing Nolberto Solano in the 76th minute, Ambrose helped his side to a 2–2 draw against relegated West Bromwich Albion on 11 May 2003.

Ambrose made a scoring start to the 2003–04 season with the last goal in the Magpies 5–0 UEFA Cup first round win against NAC Breda on 24 September 2003. He scored his first Premiership goal away to Leicester City on Boxing Day with a last gasp equaliser to earn a 1–1 draw for his side, five minutes after being introduced as a substitute, he made his first start for the club after 18 first-team appearances on 31 January 2004 in Newcastle's 1–1 draw with Birmingham City at St Andrew's. He was replaced by Craig Bellamy after 75 minutes of play, he scored once more during the season when he sealed a late point away at Southampton on 12 May during a 3–3 draw. Ambrose made 37 appearances in all competitions over the course of the season, scoring three times. With Bobby Robson sacked by Newcastle at the end of August 2004, Ambrose found first-team opportunities limited during the early stages of the season. Under new manager Graeme Souness, Ambrose made his first appearance of the season in Newcastle's 5–1 UEFA Cup win against Bnei Sakhnin in Israel on 30 September 2004, replacing Laurent Robert on 62 minutes.

He scored his fourth Newcastle goal on 31 October during a 2–1 defeat to Bolton Wanderers. After making 10 appearances until 9 January 2005, Ambrose was out of action for three months, but made a return on 10 April in Newcastle's 1–0 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane, he appeared in all of Newcastle's remaining Premiership games until the end of the season and scored two goals in the process. After finding first-team chances hard to come by, Ambrose joined Charlton Athletic for an undisclosed fee on 8 July 2005 after Charlton had "made an offer that matches our valuation of the player" according to Newcastle chairman Freddy Shepherd, he signed a four-year contract for an estimated fee of £ 1.5 million. Ambrose made his Charlton debut on 13 August 2005 when they defeated Sunderland 3–1 at the Stadium of Light. However, despite the win, Ambrose was sent off after 55 minutes for a lunge on Sunderland defender Stephen Wright, he scored his first goal for the club in only his third game on 22 October with an equalising goal during a 2–1 win at Portsmouth.

He scored three further goals over the course of the season. In his second season with the club, he made 30 appearances and scored three goals, but the club were relegated from the Premiership in 19th position. Ambrose remained with th

Nannine Clay Wallis Arboretum

The Nannine Clay Wallis Arboretum 4 acres is a non-profit arboretum located at the Garden Club of Kentucky, Inc.'s State Headquarters, 616 Pleasant Street, Kentucky. The Arboretum is open to sunrise to sunset, free of charge; the Wallis Arboretum is considered one of the finest old-tree collections in central Kentucky. Its first trees were planted in the mid-1850s, around the 1851 house, now the headquarters of The Garden Club of Kentucky. Most of the planting was under the direction of Nannine Clay Wallis, in the first half of the 20th century. Mrs. Wallis was a founder and president of both GCKY, South Atlantic Region, The National Council of State Garden Clubs; the Arboretum is a Morton Arboretum certified Level 1 arboretum. The Arboretum now contains about 70 varieties of trees including many varieties of flowering dogwoods, as well as a rose garden, an herb garden, a reflecting pool, a daylily garden, a pavilion; the largest trees at the arboretum include a Small-leaved linden, Northern red oak, Tulip Poplar, Sugar Maple and a Cucumber tree.

Nannine Clay Wallis Arboretum, Garden Club of Kentucky List of botanical gardens in the United States