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Pueblo Llano Municipality

The Pueblo Llano Municipality is one of the 23 municipalities that makes up the Venezuelan state of Mérida and, according to a 2007 population estimate by the National Institute of Statistics of Venezuela, the municipality has a population of 11,706. The town of Pueblo Llano is the shire town of the Pueblo Llano Municipality; the municipality was part of the Miranda Municipality until 14 June 1987, when it became the Autonomous Municipality Pueblo Llano. It dropped "autonomous" from its name in 1992. Pueblo Llano, 105.1 FM, was launched in 1992. The municipality is located in the north east of Mérida in the Venezuelan Andes; the area is mountainous, with an average altitude of 2300m. Average annual temperatures are around 18°C; the Pueblo Llano Municipality, according to a 2007 population estimate by the National Institute of Statistics of Venezuela, has a population of 11,706. This amounts to 1.4% of the state's population. The municipality's population density is 211.6 people per square mile. The mayor of the Pueblo Llano Municipality is Antonio José Santiago Santiago, re-elected on October 31, 2004 with 86% of the vote.

The municipality is divided into one parish

Heiner Moraing

Heiner Moraing is a former professional tennis player from West Germany. To qualify for the 1988 Wimbledon Championships, Moraing managed to defeat former quarter-finalist Vijay Amritraj in his final qualification match, which went for five sets, including two tiebreaks, before being won by West German 8–6 in the fifth, he defeated British wildcard Mark Petchey in the first round of the main draw, but lost in the second round, to fellow qualifier Barry Moir, in four sets. With his elder brother Peter as his partner, Moraing competed in the men's doubles as well; the pair were eliminated in the opening round by Emilio Sánchez. He took part in both the singles and doubles draws of the 1989 Australian Open. In the singles he had a win in the opening round, over Thierry Tulasne, who retired in the third set with sickness, after losing the first two sets, he was unable to progress past fourth seed Stefan Edberg in his next match. The West German didn't do as well in the doubles, with he and partner Torben Theine losing in the first round.

Outside of Grand Slams, Moraing had his best performance on tour at the 1988 German Open, where he beat the 42nd ranked player in the world Eric Jelen. The previous year he was a semi-finalist at a Challenger event in Vancouver and made the doubles final at another Challenger tournament, in Bossonnens, partnering Alexander Mronz. Moraing runs a tennis center with his brother in Mülheim. Heiner Moraing at the Association of Tennis Professionals Heiner Moraing at the International Tennis Federation

Guto'r Glyn

Guto'r Glyn was a Welsh language poet and soldier of the era of the Beirdd yr Uchelwyr or Cywyddwyr, the itinerant professional poets of the Middle Ages. He is considered one of the greatest exponents, if not the greatest, of the tradition of "praise-poetry", verse addressed to a noble patron. Guto is associated with the Ceiriog Valley, in the modern Wrexham county borough of north-east Wales, many of his patrons lived in the same region, although he visited houses across Wales in the course of his journeys, his early life is obscure, but Glyn Ceiriog or Glyndyfrdwy have been suggested as his places of birth in the years between 1412 and 1420. It is possible that y Glyn refers to Valle Crucis Abbey, various suggestions and references within his poetry infer that he may have been a child adopted by and brought up at the abbey itself, explaining some of his association with Cistercian institutions: he was not from the noble or gentry class and may have come from a farming family. Guto is a diminutive of the Welsh name Gruffudd, his father's name was Siancyn, so he was christened Gruffudd ap Siancyn using the patronymic system of the time.

His poetic career seems to have blossomed early and he was a well-known poet by the early 1430s, while in 1441 he is known to have enlisted to fight in the Hundred Years War. From various of his poems we know that Guto was large and physically strong, recognised for his courage and sporting prowess, wore a beard and had black hair. Poets of the time traded humorous insults, the Hanmer poet Dafydd ap Edmund wrote that Guto was not good-looking and had a nose like a billhook, while another poet described him as having the alarming features of a bear, he was acknowledged as a master of praise poetry forms, an opinion echoed by the poet Tudur Aled, though he was skilled at satire and like most bards of the period could exhibit a sharp humour on occasion. Work as a drover led to an incident in which he lost the parson of Corwen's sheep, instigating a poetic controversy with his rival Tudur Penllyn. While Guto chides Penllyn, who worked as a drover and wool-merchant, for not assisting him and vows never to set foot in the Marches again, Penllyn responds by describing a fantastical end for Guto's flock and suggests that Guto has in fact stolen the sheep to give to his wool-combing wife in Oswestry, in the process including digs at Guto's baldness.

His finest and, to modern understanding, most powerful poems were written at the end of his long life and reflect on mortality, while he dismissed his earlier work as "babbling sweet nonsense continually". As a soldier, Guto fought on the Yorkist side during the Wars of the Roses, composed poems in praise of King Edward IV and prominent Yorkists such as William Herbert and Sir Roger Kynaston. Despite this, after the Battle of Bosworth he praised Welsh Lancastrian Rhys ap Thomas for killing Richard III, writing that he "killed the boar, shaved his head", he fought in France, was travelled by the standards of his time. He spent his last years as a lay guest near Llangollen. Ifor Williams, Gwaith Guto'r Glyn. Annotated edition of the poems, in Welsh. SourcesStephens, The new companion to the literature of Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press. ISBN 0-7083-1383-3

National Register of Historic Places listings in Williamson County, Texas

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Williamson County, Texas. This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Williamson County, Texas. There are eight districts, 66 individual properties, one former property listed on the National Register in the county. Individually listed properties include one State Antiquities Landmark and 20 Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks while six districts include several more Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks including one, a State Antiquities Landmark; this National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted February 28, 2020. The publicly disclosed locations of National Register properties and districts may be seen in a mapping service provided. National Register of Historic Places listings in Texas Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks in Williamson County Media related to National Register of Historic Places in Williamson County, Texas at Wikimedia Commons

2004 Bradford Bulls season

This article details the Bradford Bulls rugby league football club's 2004 season, the ninth season of the Super League era. February 2004 Bradford started the 2004 season off by beating Penrith Panthers 22–4 in the World Club Challenge to become World Champions for the second time; the Bulls start to the regular season rounds could not have been better as Lesley Vainikolo set a Super League record with the most tries in a match scoring five in Bradford's 34–6 win against Wigan Warriors. The Bulls could not retain their Challenge Cup title as they were knocked out in Round 4 as St Helens R. F. C. Beat them 30–10. March 2004 Bradford continued their run of form with a comprehensive 40–6 win against Wakefield Trinity Wildcats; the Bulls kept their league winning streak going with a hard fought 20–6 win against Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield Giants. April 2004 The Bulls started April by grinding out a 25–18 win against Salford City Reds. Bradford's first league loss of the season came in Round 5 against arch rivals Leeds Rhinos who came out 26–18 winners.

The Bulls picked themselves up after this defeat and hammered St Helens R. F. C. 54–8 with Shontayne Hape scoring a hat-trick. Bradford lost for the second time this season as Hull F. C. beat them. The Bulls finished the month with a 22–22 draw at Warrington Wolves. May 2004 Bradford started May with a much needed 24–12 win against London Broncos; the Bulls beat Castleford Tigers 44–18 with Stuart Reardon scoring four tries. Bradford kept their winning run on track with a 30–20 win against Widnes Vikings; the month finished badly for the Bulls as their winning streak was broken in a 35–30 loss to St Helens R. F. C.. June 2004 The start of June was a poor one for Bradford as they lost 26–12 to arch-rivals Leeds Rhinos. Bradford soon got back on track; the Bulls posted an impressive 40–12 win against Huddersfield Giants with Paul Deacon kicking them to victory with 10 goals. Bradford finished the month with a 38–30 win against Widnes Vikings. July 2004 The Bulls started July well as they smashed Castleford Tigers 60–12 with Lesley Vainikolo stealing the spotlight with four tries, he scored another two the following week in a 36–26 win against the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats.

The good start to the month came to an end. Bradford recovered from this defeat and beat London Broncos 44–16. August 2004 Bradford's month got off to a bad start as they lost 25–14 to Hull F. C. keeping the Bulls fifth in the table. The Bulls got their season back on track with a hard fought 36–22 win against Warrington Wolves thanks to a Lesley Vainikolo hat-trick. Bradford backed this win up with an outstanding 38–12 win against Wigan Warriors with Iestyn Harris leading the way with two tries and a goal; the Bulls were brought crashing back to earth as league leaders and arch-rivals Leeds Rhinos beat them 40–12, the Bulls were down to 12 men for at least 20 minutes of the match as Leon Pryce received two sin-bins. Bradford finished the month strong as they beat Hull F. C. 26–12, Lesley Vainikolo scored his fourth hat-trick of the year to help the Bulls get the much needed win. September 2004 The Bulls continued their charge to second in the league as they beat woeful London Broncos 60–18, Shontayne Hape scored a hat-trick, Logan Swann and Rob Parker scored two tries each to help the Bulls get the win.

Bradford continued their winning end to the season with a nail biting 28–27 win against Warrington Wolves where Paul Deacon's two late drop-goals secured the points for the Yorkshire side. The Bulls finished the regular season by thumping St Helens R. F. C. 64–24, both Stuart Reardon and Lesley Vainikolo grabbed hat-tricks whilst Hape scored two tries to help the Bradford team finish the 2004 season second in the league. October 2004 Bradford qualified for the 2004 Grand Final by defeating arch rivals Leeds Rhinos in the Qualifying Semi-final; the Bulls came out as 26–12 winner thanks to tries from Robbie Paul, Lee Radford, Lesley Vainikolo and a double from Shontayne Hape. However Leeds soon got revenge. WCC: Logan Swann scored his 1st try for the Bulls. Round 1: Aaron Smith scored his 1st try for the Bulls. Round 1: Lesley Vainikolo scored his 1st five-try haul, 1st four-try haul and 3rd hat-trick for the Bulls. Round 2: Chris Bridge and Paul Johnson scored their 1st tries for the Bulls. Round 2: Tevita Vaikona scored his 100th try and reached 400 points for the Bulls.

Round 6: Shontayne Hape scored his 1st hat-trick for the Bulls. Round 6: Michael Withers reached 400 points for the Bulls. Round 7: Lesley Vainikolo scored his 50th try and reached 200 points for the Bulls. Round 10: Stuart Reardon scored his 1st four-try haul and 1st hat-trick for the Bulls. Round 10: Paul Deacon reached 1,100 points for the Bulls. Round 11: Leon Pryce scored his 75th try and reached 300 points for the Bulls. Round 12: Karl Pratt scored his 1st hat-trick for the Bulls. Round 14: Chris Bridge kicked his 1st goal for the Bulls. Round 15: Shontayne Hape scored his 25th try and reached 100 points for the Bulls. Round 16: Andy Smith scored his 1st try for the Bulls. Round 17: Lesley Vainikolo scored his 2nd four-try haul and 4th hat-trick for the Bulls. Round 19: Paul Deacon kicked his 500th goal and reached 1,200 points for the Bulls. Round 20: Iestyn Harris kicked his 1st goal for the Bulls. Round 22: Lesley Vainikolo scored his 5th hat-trick for the Bulls. Round 23: Iestyn Harris scored his 1st try for the Bulls.

Round 25: Lesley Vainikolo scored his 6th hat-trick for the Bulls. Round 26: Shontayne Hape scored his 2nd hat-trick for the Bulls. Round 28: Stuart Reardon scored his 2nd hat-trick for the Bulls. Round 28: Lesley Vainikolo scored his 7th hat-trick for the Bulls