"All Things Considered" is a song written by lead vocalist Tim Hunt and recorded by the American country music group Yankee Grey, released in June 1999 as the leadoff single from the group's first album, Untamed. The song reached #8 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart; the song is an uptempo, that paints the picture of a man, hanging on, despite relationship and job related problems. He states that though all of these negative things are occurring in his life, he is surviving. Chuck Taylor, of Billboard magazine gave the song a favorable review, saying that the song "grabs the listener by the ears from the first word and doesn't let go till the final note." The music video was directed by David Abbott
Dendrosenecio kilimanjari is a giant groundsel found atop Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa. It was known as Senecio kilimanjari, but a recent botanical reclassification split off some species in Senecio, putting it and various other species in the new genus Dendrosenecio. Both genera are in the family Asteraceae; the giant grounsels of the genus Dendrosenecio evolved, about a million years ago, from a Senecio that established itself on Mount Kilimanjaro, with those that survived adapting into Dendrosenecio kilimanjari. This colonised other mountains by some means - the standard distance for wind dispersal of seeds is a few metres - and these isolated populations adapted in ways different from the parent population, creating new species; the names for the giant groundsels have become somewhat confusing: Dendrosenecio kilimanjari E. B. Knox subsp. Cottonii E. B. Knox Dendrosenecio johnstonii B. Nord. Subsp. Cottonii B. Nord. Senecio cottonii Hutch. & G. Taylor Senecio johnstonii Oliv. subsp. Cottonii Mabb. Senecio johnstonii Oliv. var. cottonii C.
Jeffrey Dendrosenecio kilimanjari E. B. Knox subsp. Kilimanjari Senecio johnstonii Oliv. var. kilimanjari C. Jeffrey Senecio kilimanjari Mildbr. Data related to Dendrosenecio kilimanjari at Wikispecies Porter, Noah, ed.. "Webster's entry needed". Webster's Dictionary. Springfield, Massachusetts: C. & G. Merriam Co
FK Hvězda Cheb is a Czech football club, playing in the town of Cheb. The club was founded in 1951 and refounded in 2001 after a bankruptcy in 1996; the club played for 13 consecutive seasons in the Czechoslovak First League between 1979 and 1992, played three seasons in the Czech First League, finishing fourth in the 1993–94 season. The club played in the third-tier Bohemian Football League between 2006 and 2008, it plays in the Czech Fourth Division. The club had appearances in Europe playing the Mitropa Cup in 1980 and in Intertoto Cup 1981, in which it won its group; the club announced a change in its name from Union Cheb to Hvězda Cheb in 2011. 1951: VSJ Sokolovo Cheb 1952: DSO Rudá Hvězda Cheb 1966: VTJ Dukla Hraničář Cheb 1972: TJ Rudá Hvězda Cheb 1990: SKP Union Cheb 1994: FC Union Cheb 2011: FK Hvězda Cheb Czechoslovak and Czech international players Jozef Chovanec, 1979–1981, 52 caps, 4 goals Vladimír Hruška, 1979–1981, 3 caps, 1 goal Zdeněk Koubek, 1979–1983, 5 caps Pavel Kuka, 1987–1989, 89 caps Radim Nečas, 1995–2000, 4 caps Lubomír Pokluda 1979 – 1984, 4 caps, 1980 olympic gold medalist Petr Samec, 1992–1995, 9 Caps, 2 goals Horst Siegl, 1989–1990, 23 caps, 7 goals Jaroslav Šilhavý, 1990–1991, 4 caps Official website
The Buffet is the thirteenth studio album by American R&B singer and songwriter R. Kelly, it was released on December 2015, by RCA Records. The album features guest appearances from Lil Wayne, Jhene Aiko, Ty Dolla Sign, Juicy J, Wizkid and Tinashe; the album marks the debut of Kelly's own daughter, Joann Kelly going by the stage name Ariirayé. The album serves as a follow-up to its predecessor Black Panties. In May 2015, he announced that he has decided to change the title from White Panties to The Buffet, because "it's just a variety of things" and would contain a mix of different genres of music. Kelly had written over 462 songs during the development of the album, from which he made his final album selection. "Backyard Party" was released as the albums's first official single on August 21, 2015. The written credits and the serving of its production, handled and provided by R. Kelly; the song peaking at number 6 on the US Adult R&B Airplay."Switch Up" was released as the album's second official single on November 6, 2015.
The song features guest appearances from an American rapper Lil Wayne and a fellow R&B recording artist Jeremih, with the writing and the production, handled and provided by R. Kelly himself, along with J-Holt and Cem T. "Marching Band" featuring Juicy J, "Wake Up Everybody" were released as promotional singles along with the album's pre-order on iTunes. Upon its release, The Buffet received mixed reviews from music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 60, based on 9 reviews, indicating "mixed or average reviews." Andy Kellman of AllMusic awarded the album three stars out of five, stating that the album "does have more dimensions than Black Panties" while pointing out the fact he "remains driven to as to take a metaphorical theme to a comedic extreme and deviate from it in direct and explicit fashion." Andy Gill of The Independent gave the album three stars out of five, saying that the album by all accounts is "far from Kelly's best work" while stating that it's "an OK effort overall."
Dan Weiss of Spin awarded the album with a 7 out of 10, saying that the record is "like the 12 that came before it: hard to enjoy objectively." He adds that its "better than just another R. Kelly album, but not enough to be worth saying so outside of a review, much less on a year-end list; the album debuted at number 16 on the US Billboard 200 chart, with first-week sales of 39,000 equivalent copies. It is R. Kelly's lowest-charting album ever, it was the eleventh best-selling album of the week. The Buffet was the thirteenth solo album by Kelly to debut at number one on the Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. In the second week, the album sold 26,000 equivalent copies. Credits adapted from AllMusic. List of Billboard number-one R&B/Hip-Hop albums of 2016
This article concerns the demography of Réunion. People of Réunion are Réunionese; the official language is French, Réunionese Creole is spoken. The population of Réunion is 882,526 as of 2018; as of 2018, estimates put the population of Réunion at 882,526, with a growth rate of 1.63%. The birth rate was estimated at 21.84 births per 1,000 population, the death rate at 5.55 deaths per 1,000 population in the same year. The net migration rate was zero in 2000; the following table describes age sex ratios in Réunion. Structure of the population: At birth, life expectancy is 76.5 years for male children, 82.9 for female. The predominant religion is Roman Catholicism with Hinduism and Buddhism represented, among others. French is the only official language of Reunion. Although not official, Réunion Creole is commonly spoken by the majority of the population. One can hear it in any administration or office. Tamil is taught as optional language in some schools. Due to the diverse population, other languages such as Mandarin and Cantonese are spoken by members of the Chinese community, but fewer people speak these languages as younger generations start to converse in French.
The number of speakers of Indian languages is dropping sharply. Arabic is spoken by a small community of Arabs. Ethnic groups present include people of European, Malagasy and Chinese origin as well as many of mixed race. Local names for these are used: Yabs, Cafres and Zarabes and Chinois; the proportion of people of each ethnicity is not known since the 1958 constitution bans questions about ethnicity in compulsory censuses in France. Extensive and long-going intermarriage blurs the issue. Whites are estimated to make up one-quarter of the population, Indians roughly a quarter, people of Chinese ancestry to form 3%; the percentages of racially mixed people and those of Afro-Malagasy origins vary wildly between estimates, though they are few in number. People of Tamil origin make up the majority of the Indo-Réunionnais people; the island's community of Muslims from modern region of Pakistan and North India and elsewhere is commonly referred to as Zarabes. Creoles, make up the majority of the population.
Groups that are not creole include people from Metropolitan France and those from Mayotte and the Comoros. In 2005, a genetic study on the racially mixed people of Réunion found the following. For maternal DNA, the haplogroups are East Asian, European/Middle Eastern or African; the Indian lineages are M2, M6 and U2i, the East Asian ones are E1, D5a, M7c, F, the European/Middle Eastern ones are U2e, T1, J, H, I, the African ones are L1b1, L2a1, L3b, L3e1. For paternal DNA, the haplogroups are East Asian; the European lineages are R1b and I, the Middle Eastern one E1b1b1c, the East Asian ones are R1a and O3. Réunion page at INSEE