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Anthias anthias

Anthias anthias is a species of fish in the family Serranidae which can reach a length of about 27 cm. Its binomial name is a tautonym, they were named by Carl Linnaeus in 1758. It is a small marine fish referred to as the swallowtail sea perch; the fish is a bycatch in commercial fishing for other larger fishes. Class Actinopterygii are fish known as ray-finned fishes, they are characterised as fish with long bony rays. There are over 27,000 species of actinopterygii. Family Serranidae are characterised by a single long dorsal fin, a large mouth with a protruding lower lip, small scales, they are yellow, pink and orange. They are 11 cm-27 cm in length. There are 11 species in this family. There were more. Subfamily Anthiadinae are characterised by large shoaling groups, with intimate subgroups called harems, they have one dominant male and 2-12 females. They may have 1-2 submissive males. Genus Anthias are found in the deeper parts of the reef, they feed on zooplankton. Anthias anthias is bright pink and salmon colored.

The tail fin of the species includes a gradient of yellow. Adult swallowtail sea perch grow up to be anywhere between 10–20 cm. From two specimens collected in 2016 obtained by a bottom trawler operating off the coast of Damietta in Egypt, more specific biometric characteristics were recorded; the average length of the collected specimens was 12.8 centimeters, falling in range with expected measurements. Eyes of the fish are rather small. Morphometric characteristics of the species include having ten spines in which the third appears longer than the rest; these spines consisted of a total of fifteen rays. The pectoral region consists of one pectoral fin and 17 rays; the tail region of the specimen subsists of three spines alongside seven rays. Lastly, the species collected were seen to have one ventral fin with five rays; the rays around the anal fin are noticeably smaller than those near the pelvis. Other feature of the Anthias anthias include the dorsal fin being on the same vertical line running along the specimen as the pectoral fin.

The tail fin of the fish is a quarter of the body depth as a whole. A. anthias feed on other small marine animals. One of the more common preys are crustaceans, including small shrimp, krill and barnacles; the species is known to be a protogynous hermaphrodite, meaning that its reproductive organs are associated with both males and female sexes. In the case of protogynous hermaphrodites, specimens develop into males first, on in life, start to develop female characteristics and phenotypes. A. anthias prefers warm water climates as it can be found in or around warm bodies of water such as the Mediterranean Sea and Black sea. Many of the sea perch are exhibited to be living in the East Atlantic, off the coast of Africa. More they can be found from the coast of Portugal, all the way to northern Namibia. Anthias anthias can be found swimming at a wide range of depth; the shallowest is 15 meters deep, but the deepest of the population can be found swimming at depths near 300 meters deep. They tend to live over rock and gravel areas and they can be found in submarine caves.

Anthias anthias are common in fish tanks. They can be found at many fish stores. Anthias salmopunctatus, a sister species, is endemic to Brazil. Fish identification World Registrar of Marine Species ICUN Red List profile Photos of Anthias anthias on Sealife Collection

Gregory the Bulgarian

Gregory the Bulgarian, or Gregory II was an metropolitan of Kiev appointed by the Latin Patriarch of Constantinople with a metropolitan see in Navahrudak, Grand Duchy of Lithuania. Born in Bulgaria, Gregory was an Eastern Orthodox Christian, he became an aide to Isidore, Metropolitan of Kiev and All Rus', who signed the act of union with the Roman Church on behalf of the Russian Church at the Council of Florence in 1439. In 1458, he was appointed as the metropolitan of the newly-established Kiev see by the titular Latin Patriarch Gregory Mammas of Constantinople on agreement of the Pope Pius II. Election Gregory was supported by most of diocesan bishops of the original Old Russian Church among which were bishops of Przemysl, Halych, Volodymyr, Lutsk and Smolensk, while against were at least two metropolitan bishop in Moscow and Chernihiv. At least two more diocesan bishops of Great Novgorod and Tver chose to abstain in selection either side. In 1469 the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople Dionysius I gave his blessings approving the appointment of Gregory, thus Gregory in 1470 returned from the union.

The Patriarch gave the new Metropolitan the title of the Metropolitan of Kiev and All Rus'. The Polish-Lithuanian rulers accepted him, but he was rejected by the Grand Duchy of Moscow, whose metropolitans after 1461 abandoned the "Kiev" title and took on the new title of "metropolitan of Moscow and all Rus'"; the Kiev metropolinate within the Polish kingdom and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania under the rule of metropolitan Gregory remained therefore in communion with the Holy See, as well as during the rule of the following metropolitan Міsail. During signing of the Union of Brest, the appointment of Gregory was mentioned by Michael Rohoza. Ukrainian Catholic Church: part 1; the Ukrainian Greek Catholics: A Historical Survey

Charles Baldwyn

Charles Baldwyn was a British politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1766 to 1780. Baldwyn was the son of Charles Baldwyn of Bockleton and his wife Elizabeth Allgood, daughter of John Allgood of Newcastle upon Tyne and was baptized on 29 September 1729, he matriculated at St Mary Hall, Oxford in 1747. In April 1751 his father died and he succeeded to the estates, he married Catherine Childe, daughter of William Lacon Childe, MP for Shropshire on 14 May 1752. The Baldwyns were old Shropshire gentry and several generations of the family had sat in Parliament for Ludlow. Baldwyn was elected Member of Parliament for Shropshire in an by-election on 8 May 1766, uncontested after a threat of Whig opposition, he was the choice of the Shropshire Tories and of Lord Powis, a ministerialist by preference under George II and George III. Baldwyn was re-elected unopposed in 1768 and 1774. In 1779, at the end of his parliamentary career, The Public Ledger published a character sketch of him as ‘A puzzle-headed country gentleman, of Tory principles.

Votes with the minister, avers that Kings and Governments, let their actions be what they will and ought to be supported. The extent of his compliance with Governments is somewhat exaggerated On matters about which the country gentlemen felt Baldwyn would go against the Government. Less than a dozen speeches by him are recorded during his 14 years in Parliament. Baldwyn did not stand in 1780, he received a secret service pension but it is uncertain how long he had it but payments are mentioned between March 1779 and July 1780. On 27 Aug. 1782 Baldwyn wrote to Shelburne First Lord of the Treasury: I little thought I should be under the necessity of becoming so humble a petitioner being disappointed of assistance where I had the greatest reason to expect it, I have no prospect of being able to extricate myself from my difficulties, or preserve my liberty, unless I obtain some relief from Government though an advocate for public economy, I am persuaded you wish to encourage such acts of royal benevolence, as are unmixed with corruption.

He enclosed a printed leaflet of Case of Charles Baldwyn, Esq.. He claimed to have ruined himself for the sake of his eldest son, who now refused to come to his financial rescue; the story is unconvincing: it is one of bad bargains with every member of the family he had to deal with. Still, he claims that, while he ‘impaired his finances he has served his son to whose welfare indeed he had in a great measure sacrificed his own fortune, his liberty, all the comforts of life, his life itself, for as he finds his health much injured, he doubts not but his existence will be shortened by his uneasiness of mind.’Baldwyn died on 28 September 1801

Fatgums production discography

The following songs were produced by Fatgums. "Ha!" "Skooby" "Struggles" 01. "Book Begins" 02. "Crime In The City" 03. "Morning" 04. "Treats" 08. "Never There" 10. "Smokin'" 11. "Novel Scratching" 12. "Yes Yes Yes" 13. "My Only Vice Remix" 14. "Murderous Rage" 01. "Make Change" 08. "Seven Months" 14. "Exact Change" 15. "Iron Bam" 03. "Luv What We Do" 04. "Blind" 05. "Breaking Point" 06. "The Hold Up" 07. "Re:Action" 08. "Guns of Wilmas" 10. "Dream Deferred" 01. "Forward Progress feat. DJ Krissfader" 09. "Daily Grind feat. C-Los" 01. "Intro" 02. "Peddlin' Music" 03. "Strapped" 04. "Good Clothes" 05. "Listen" 06. "Words from JOMA/Words from TINO" 07. "Gunslinger I" 08. "Gunslinger II" 09. "Won't Walk Away" 01. "Blast Off" 04. "What We Do" 06. "Guns of Cali" 10. "Re:Act" 14. "Until" 15. "Divide & Conquer" 04. "The Rundown" 05. "The Queen Is Dead" 01. "Air Out My Lungs" 02. "Traveling Man" 05. "What Goes Up" 06. "Three Basic Problems" 07. "Inspired By Dream" 08. "Wash It Away" 09. "Sunshine" 10. "Blood of My Heart" 12. "Kill The Vultures" Disc 1 01.

"Make Change" Disc 1 08. "Seven Months" Disc 1 14. "Exact Change" Disc 1 15. "Iron Bam" Disc 2 08. "Jonah's Lament" 04. "Think About It" 08. "Lookin' Up" 01. "Jerry McGuire" 09. "A Lil' More" 02. "Infinite" 05. "Grindstone" 06. "Lyricists" 8. "City Love" 15. "Sun In A Million" 10. "Air Mail" 4. "A Round For My Friends" 5. "Live That Life" 6. "Falling From The Sky" 2. "Godsteppin" 5. "Turn You"

Per-Martin Meyerson

Dr Per-Martin Meyerson, born 21 August 1927 in Stockholm, dead 18 August 2013 in Dalhalla, was a Swedish economist, an entrepreneur and a policy maker. After earning a PhD in economics at Stockholm University, Per-Martin Meyerson was recruited to the Swedish Federation of Industries – since 2001 merged into the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise – and worked as an economic expert and lobbyist. Dr Meyerson was a policy writer all his professional life, he participated in public debates on topics ranging from foreign direct investments, corporate governance, to topics such as the importance and significance of introducing computers. After his retirement, Per-Martin Meyerson devoted his time to writing about the modern Jewish experience, his publications include books about Jewish life in Europe, the history of the state of Israel, the importance of capitalism and liberalism for minority cultural groups such as the Jews. His last book A maverick's testament was published posthumously in 2015. 1976.

Företagens utländska direktinvesteringar Ekonomisk Debatt, nr 7. 1981. Tar datorn bort jobben? Forskningsrådsnämnden och styrelsen för teknisk utveckling. Källa 14. LIBRIS 7755599. 1986. Livsmedelssektorns politiska ekonomi Svensk Tidskrift, nr 9. 1987. En borgerlig skattepolitik Svensk Tidskrift, nr 7-8. 1987. Economic Growth and Industrial Expansion and Renewal as Instruments to Achieve Full Employment Soc. Sci. Med. vol 25, no 2. Pp. 205–207. 1991. Kan den svenska modellen räddas? Tiden, nr 6. 1994. Slut fred med kapitalismen Tiden, nr 1. LIBRIS 7622781. 1994. Företagsamhetens ekonomiska teori och politiska villkor – en explorativ betraktelse Ekonomisk Debatt, årg. 22, nr 2. 1995. Hur avlöna entreprenörer? Ekonomisk Debatt, årg 23, nr 3. 1995. Entreprenören och den ekonomiska tillväxten – fallet Sverige Ekonomisk Debatt, årg 23, nr 7. 1998. Skatterna skadar entreprenörernas kreativitet Skatter &Välfärd, nr 2, Skattebetalarnas förening, LIBRIS 4344017. 2000. Liberalism – en personlig betraktelse Liberal Debatt, nr 4.

2000. Kan vi lita på ekonomerna? Svensk Tidskrift, årg 87, nr 4. 2003. Om entreprenören i den svenska modellen Liberal Debatt, nr 1. 1976. Företagens utländska direktinvesteringar. Motiv och sysselsättningseffekter. 1976. Company profits: Sources of investment finance. LIBRIS 127602. 1979. Swedish Economy at the Cross Roads. A critical examination of some published investigations of the Swedish economy. LIBRIS 7616215. 1981. Marknadsekonomin och löntagarfonderna. LIBRIS 7616253. 1981. Företagens utländska direktinvesteringar och samhällsekonomin. LIBRIS 7616248. 1982. The Welfare State in Crisis – the Case of Sweden. LIBRIS 7616261. 1985. EuroSclerosis; the Case of Sweden. LIBRIS 7616278. 1978. Industrins utveckling styr reallönerna ur Exit marknadsekonomin. Företag & Samhälle, Nr. 1. Pp. 33–36. LIBRIS 593820. 1979. Ägarmakt på avskrivning? ISBN 91-7150-198-3, SNS förlag, Stockholm. LIBRIS 7609389. 1984. Makten över maten. Livsmedelssektorns politiska ekonomi, tillsammans med Olof Bolin och Ingemar Ståhl. ISBN 91-7150-257-2, SNS förlag, Stockholm.

LIBRIS 7609441. In English translation: The political economy of the food sector. ISBN 91-7150-296-3, SNS förlag, Stockholm. LIBRIS 7609475. 1990. Makten över bostaden. Tillsammans med Ingemar Ståhl och Kurt Wickman. ISBN 91-7150-388-9, SNS förlag, Stockholm. LIBRIS 7609547. 1990. Svensk Bostadspolitik, Avveckla hyresregleringen. Företag & Samhälle, 4/90. LIBRIS 1188146. 1991. Den svenska modellens uppgång och fall. ISBN 91-7150-424-9, SNS förlag, Stockholm. LIBRIS 7609577. 1978. Löntagarfonder eller… ISBN 91-1-787171-9 P A Norstedts och Söners förlag. LIBRIS 8345602. 1997. Sockerbagare i doktorshatt: en självbiografi ISBN 91-7054-847-1 Stockholm: Fischer & Co. LIBRIS 7596570. 2002. På jakt efter den judiska anden: en resa i judisk historia ISBN 91-7054-966-4 Stockholm: Fischer & Co. LIBRIS 8741896. 2005. Staten Israel. Drömmar och verklighet ISBN 91-975223-0-9 Sekel förlag. LIBRIS 10006882. 2009. Gud & Mammon. Om religion, kapitalism och liberalism i ett judiskt perspektiv ISBN 978-91-85767-34-2 Stockholm: Sekel Bokförlag.

LIBRIS 11284987. 2012. Judiskt liv i Europa 1786–1933. Integrationsprocess med förhinder ISBN 978-91-7504-251-0 Stockholm: Dialogos. LIBRIS 12744965. 2015. En frisinnad. Posthumousley published. LIBRIS 19095650. Official website of Per-Martin Meyerson