1. HMS Glory (1899) – HMS Glory was a Royal Navy battleship of the Canopus class. One of six ships in her class, she was commissioned in 1900 and she remained in the Far East until 1905, returning to service with the Channel Fleet. After a refit in 1907, she was assigned to the Mediterranean Fleet for 18 months before returning to England for service with the Home Fleet. Following the outbreak of World War I, Glory acted as a ship at Nova Scotia and conducted operations in support of the North America. She participated in the Dardanelles Campaign from June 1915 until the end of the campaign in December that year, after another refit in July 1916, she spent the remainder of the war as the Flagship of the British North Russia Squadron, returning to England in September 1919. In 1920, she was renamed HMS Crescent and served as a ship before being decommissioned in April 1921. They were designed to be smaller, lighter, and faster than their predecessors, still, Glorys armor was light enough to make her almost a second-class battleship. Glory had four 12-inch 35-calibre guns mounted in turrets fore and aft. The ships also mounted twelve 6-inch 40-calibre guns in addition to smaller guns, the Canopus class ships were the first British battleships with water-tube boilers, which generated more power at less expense in weight compared with the cylindrical boilers used in previous ships. The new boilers led to the adoption of fore-and-aft funnels, rather than the side-by-side funnel arrangement used in may previous British battleships. The Canopus-class ships proved to be good steamers, consuming 10 tons of coal per hour at full speed, with a speed for battleships of their time. HMS Glory was commissioned on 1 November 1900 for service on the China Station, while there, she was in collision with battleship HMS Centurion during a storm at Hong Kong on 17 April 1901, when Centurion drifted across her bows, but Glory suffered no damage. In June 1901, Vice-Admiral Sir Cyprian Bridge, about to succeed as Commander-in-Chief of the China Station, Glory refitted at Hong Kong in 1901–1902. In 1905, the United Kingdom and Japan ratified a treaty of alliance that reduced the need for a Royal Navy presence on the China Station, as a result, Glory was recalled from China in July 1905, departing Hong Kong on 22 July 1905. Glory paid off at Portsmouth on 2 October 1905 and she returned to full commission on 24 October 1905 for service in the Channel Fleet. On 31 October 1906, she transferred to the Portsmouth Reserve Division and she underwent a refit at Portsmouth from March to September 1907, during which she received fire control and magazine cooling and had her machinery and boilers overhauled. Her refit completed, Glory commissioned at Portsmouth on 18 September 1907 for service in the Mediterranean Fleet, on 20 April 1909, she paid off at Portsmouth and recommissioned for reserve duty with a nucleus crew in the 4th Division, Home Fleet, at the Nore. She became part of the 3rd Fleet at the Nore in May 1912 and she escorted a Canadian troop convoy in October 1914HMS Glory (1899) – HMS Glory between 1910 and 1915.
2. Monterey Bay Aquarium – The Monterey Bay Aquarium is a non-profit public aquarium located in Monterey, California, United States. The aquarium was founded in 1984 and is located on the site of a sardine cannery on Cannery Row. It has an attendance of around two million visitors. It holds thousands of plants and animals, representing more than 600 species on display, the aquarium benefits from a high circulation of fresh ocean water which is obtained through pipes which pump it in continuously from Monterey Bay. The centerpiece of the Oceans Edge Wing, is a 28-foot-high,333, in this exhibit, the aquarium was the first in the world to grow live California Giant Kelp. Visitors are able to inspect the creatures of the kelp forest at several levels in the building, the largest exhibit in the aquarium is a 1,200, 000-U. S. -gallon the Open Sea exhibit, which features one of the worlds largest single-paned windows. It is one of the few aquariums to successfully care for the ocean sunfish in captivity, Sea life on exhibit includes stingrays, jellyfish, sea otters, sea horses, and numerous other native marine species, which can be viewed above and below the waterline. The Monterey Bay Aquarium is one of few in the world to exhibit both bluefin and yellowfin tuna. For displaying jellyfish, it uses a Kreisel tank, which creates a flow to support. The aquarium does not house mammals other than sea otters that were rescued through its Sea Otter Program, there had been a number of attempts to build an aquarium in the Monterey area dating back almost 100 years. In 1914 an aquarium was proposed to the city council by Frank Booth with a cost of $10,000. A bond issue was sponsored in an attempt to place an aquarium in the basement of the Pacific Grove Museum by Knut Hovden in 1925 and in 1944 an aquarium is suggested for Point Lobos State Reserve. This building was dismantled in 1980, but beginning in 2002 the Monterey Bay Aquarium has blown the original Hovden Cannery steam whistle at each day to commemorate it. The aquariums original building was designed by the architectural firm Esherick Homsey Dodge & Davis, the aquariums mission is to inspire conservation of the oceans. The aquariums initial financial backing was provided by David Packard, co-founder of Hewlett-Packard, Packard, an avid blacksmith, personally designed and created several exhibit elements for the aquarium at his forge in Big Sur, including the wave machines in the Kelp Forest and aviary. His daughter, marine biologist Julie Packard, is currently Executive Director of the aquarium, Ricketts, whose life was an inspiration for the eventual building of the aquarium, is famous as the Doc of John Steinbecks Cannery Row and Sweet Thursday. The aquarium itself contains a display of Ricketts items, including some of his personal library, the shop also sells a variety of Steinbeck books. The basic design of the aquarium pumps 7,570 litres of seawater from the Monterey Bay per minute, day and night, during the day the water is filtered for viewing clarityMonterey Bay Aquarium – Back view of the aquarium (on the Pacific Ocean)
3. International District/Chinatown station – The International District/Chinatown Station is a Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel station. It is served by Metro and Sound Transit buses and Central Link light rail trains,3,300 daily Link light rail boardings are predicted for the year 2020. The station entrances are laid out to be complementary to the restored Union Station, the station was called the International District Station until the Metropolitan King County Council renamed it International District/Chinatown Station on October 19,2004. International District/Chinatown Station is part of a cluster of transit facilities and it is across 4th Avenue from King Street Station, where Amtrak and Sounder commuter rail trains stop. The International District/Chinatown Station is the point to the First Hill Streetcar which runs between Pioneer Square, Central District, First Hill and Capitol Hill. BoltBus operates long-distance motorcoach routes from a bus stop at the station, daily service is offered to Vancouver, BC, Bellingham, Portland, Albany & EugeneInternational District/Chinatown station – A Train in International District/Chinatown Station
4. Each Time You Break My Heart – Each Time You Break My Heart is a 1986 song recorded by British singer Nick Kamen. It was his single from his debut album Nick Kamen. Nick Kamen attained popularity in 1985 when his career gave him the chance to star in Levis Launderette television commercial. The commercial, directed by Roger Lyons, was selected for, Kamen later decided to delve into music, and released his self-titled debut album in 1987. Written and produced by Madonna and Stephen Bray, Each Time You Break My Heart was the single from the album. Madonna had previously expressed interest in producing Kamens record, but since she was busy shooting for her film, Whos That Girl then titled Slammer, she chose to write and compose one song. Madonna had originally written and recorded the song for her studio album, True Blue. Her original version remains unreleased officially, but has leaked onto the internet and it is almost identical in melody and structure to Kamens version. The Japanese promo 7 sent to the DJ was released in black and white custom picture sleeve featuring Madonna. The reviewer added that the song was musically light synthpop and vocally reminiscent of The Bee Gees, the song achieved success in many European countries, including Ireland, Italy, UK, Swiss, and in the US it was a top five hit on the dance chartsEach Time You Break My Heart – "Each Time You Break My Heart"
5. HMS Albion (1898) – HMS Albion was a British Canopus-class predreadnought battleship. Commissioned into the Royal Navy in 1901, she served on the China Station until 1905 and she was then employed as part of the Channel Fleet until 1907, at which time she began service with the Atlantic Fleet. She remained in the Mediterranean until 1916, and then returned to the United Kingdom for service as a ship for the remainder of the war. HMS Albion was laid down by Thames Iron Works at Leamouth and this was probably one of the first ever ship launchings to be filmed. Albions completion then was delayed by late delivery of her machinery and she finally began trials late in 1900, during which she was further delayed by machinery and gun defects, and she was not finally completed until June 1901. Albion was designed for service in the Far East, and to be able to transit the Suez Canal and she was designed to be smaller, lighter, and faster than her predecessors, the Majestic-class battleships, although she was slightly longer at 430 feet. Still, her armour was light enough to make her almost a second-class battleship, Albion had four 12-inch 35-calibre guns mounted in twin turrets fore and aft, mounted in circular barbettes that allowed all-around loading, although at a fixed elevation. She also mounted twelve 6-inch 40-calibre guns in addition to smaller guns, the Canopus-class ships were the first British battleships with water-tube boilers, which generated more power at less expense in weight compared with the cylindrical boilers used in previous ships. The new boilers led to the adoption of fore-and-aft funnels, rather than the side-by-side funnel arrangement used in may previous British battleships. The Canopus-class ships proved to be good steamers, consuming 10 tons of coal per hour at full speed, with a speed for battleships of their time. HMS Albion was commissioned on 25 June 1901 at Chatham Dockyard, by Captain W. W. Hewett and she arrived at Hong Kong on 11 September 1901, and relieved Barfleur as second flagship of the China Station, based in that city. Captain Martyn Jerram was appointed in command in March 1902, during her time on the station, she underwent refits at Hong Kong in 1902 and 1905. Albion then became part of the Channel Fleet and she soon suffered a mishap, colliding with battleship Duncan at Lerwick on 26 September 1905, but suffered no damage. Albion transferred to the commissioned Reserve on 3 April 1906, and underwent an engine, on 25 February 1907, Albion paid off at Portsmouth. On 26 February 1907, Albion recommissioned at Portsmouth for temporary service with the Portsmouth Division of the Home Fleet and she returned to full commission on 26 March 1907 to begin service in the Atlantic Fleet. During this service, she underwent a refit at Gibraltar in 1908, Albion ended her Atlantic Fleet service by paying off on 25 August 1909. She then began service at the Nore as parent ship of the 4th Division and she became a unit of the 3rd Fleet at the Nore in May 1912 and underwent a refit at Chatham that year. She was stationed at Pembroke Dock in 1913, when World War I broke out in August 1914, Albion was assigned to the 8th Battle Squadron, Channel FleetHMS Albion (1898) – History
6. Ontario Highway 138 – Kings Highway 138, commonly referred to as Highway 138, is a provincially maintained highway in eastern Ontario, Canada. It extends from former Highway 2 in Cornwall, north to Highway 417 east of Casselman, Highway 138 provides access to the Seaway International Bridge, connecting Cornwall with Massena, New York. The highway is 38.7 km in length, Highway 138 was first established in 1967, connecting Highway 2, now Vincent Massey Drive, with Highway 43 in Monkland. By the mid-1970s, the route had extended north to meet with the newly opened Highway 417. Since then it has remained unchanged, Highway 138 is a 36. 0-kilometre highway that crosses the Laurentian Valley in eastern Ontario, connecting Highway 401 in Cornwall with Highway 417 east of Casselman. After crossing Highway 401, at which there is an interchange, after following it for a brief distance, the highway turns north onto St. Andrews Road, the Connecting Link agreement ends at this junction. Over the next two kilometres, the exits the fringes of Cornwall, passing through the neighbourhood of Churchill Heights. After passing Headline Road, the route divides a forest and then enters an area before coming upon the community of St. Andrews West. It crosses the Raisin River and continues north through a mix of farmland, like other provincial routes in Ontario, Highway 138 is maintained by the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario. Highway 138 was established by the Department of Highways on May 1,1967, with the construction of Highway 417 planned and progressing eastward from Ottawa, Highway 138 was extended north to its present terminus east of Casselman in 1971 or 1972. Budget constraints brought on by a recession in the 1990s resulted in the Mike Harris provincial government forming the Who Does What, committee to determine cost-cutting measures in order to balance the budget after a deficit incurred by former premier Bob Rae. It was determined that many Ontario highways no longer serve long-distance traffic movement, the MTO consequently transferred many highways to lower levels of government in 1997 and 1998, removing a significant percentage of the provincial highway network. On January 1,1998,1.7 kilometres of Highway 138 was transferred to the City of Cornwall and this section is now known as Brookdale Avenue The following table lists the major junctions along Highway 138, as noted by the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario. The entire route is located in Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry United CountiesOntario Highway 138 – Highway 138 through St. Andrews West.
7. Ontario Highway 132 – Kings Highway 132, commonly referred to as Highway 132, is a provincially maintained highway the Canadian province of Ontario. Its western terminus is at Highway 41 near Dacre while its eastern terminus is at Highway 60 in Renfrew, the length of Highway 132 is 30.3 km, situated entirely in Renfrew County. It travels through the communities of Shamrock, Dacre and Renfrew, the highway was built in the 1850s as part of the Opeongo and Ottawa Colonization Road, providing access to Renfrew County for settlement in the Opeongo Hills. However, it did not become a highway until 1956. Aside from the change in number of the highways at either end of the route, Highway 132 is a short connector highway that travels between Dacre and Renfrew, connecting Highway 41 with Highway 17 via Highway 60. The majority of the travels through the Canadian Shield, with the exception of the final few kilometres approaching Renfrew. Because of its surroundings, there is relatively little human habitation along the route outside of the communities of Dacre. Beginning at a junction with Highway 41 just west of Dacre, Highway 132 progresses east as the mainline, after passing through forests for 2 kilometres, the route enters the small community of Dacre, where it intersects former Highway 513 north to Hyndford. Leaving Dacre, the passes by several farms as it dips south to cross Constant Creek. The next 10 kilometres of Highway 132 is predominately surrounded by forests, although it encounters Renfrew County Road 34 midway through this section. The route descends gradually into the Ottawa Valley immediately before intersecting Renfrew County Road 5, here the forests give way to agricultural fields for the next 4 kilometres, before the highway enters Renfrew at Riverview Drive and become urban. Within Renfew, it follows Lisgar Avenue, Lochiel Street North, like other provincial routes in Ontario, Highway 132 is maintained by the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario. Highway 132 was assumed by the Department of Highways on January 11,1956, prior to the designation of Highway 132, no other highways connected with Highway 17 between Pembroke, where it met Highway 62, and Arnprior, where it met Highway 29. When Highway 132 was assumed, Highway 60 did not extend beyond Highway 41 at Golden Lake, northwest of Eganville Highway 60 was extended to Highway 17 near Rosebank, north of Renfrew, circa 1961. Although some minor realignments have occurred over the years, the route has more or less remained unchanged since its designation, the following table lists the major junctions along Highway 132, as noted by the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario. The entire route is located in Renfrew County, canada NewsWire Press Release Highway 132 pictures and informationOntario Highway 132 – Highway 132 between Renfrew and Shamrock.
8. Ontario Highway 46 – Kings Highway 46, commonly referred to as Highway 46, was a provincially maintained highway in the Canadian province of Ontario that connected Highway 7 with Highway 48 in Victoria County. The route existed between 1937 and 1997, after which it was decommissioned and transferred to the county, in 2001, Victoria County amalgamated into the city of Kawartha Lakes, and the road became known as Kawartha Lakes Road 46. It is 25.7 kilometres long, passing through the villages of Woodville, Argyle and it began in the south at a junction with Highway 7 just east of Manilla and approximately 15 kilometres west of Lindsay. It progressed north, surrounded mostly by pastureland and the occasional wood lot, there are few farms surrounding the flat route, as the soils in the region are very thin and underlain by a limestone bedrock. Progressing north, the highway travelled straight for approximately 9 kilometres until it entered the village of Woodville, after a brief concurrency, Highway 46 branched north and exited the village, back into pasturelands. It travelled straight for another 5 kilometres, passing through the hamlet of Lorneville midway, at the crossroads of Victoria County Road 8, the route passed through the small hamlet of Argyle. The final 9.7 kilometres segment travelled in a line through the same surroundings. The highway ended at Highway 48 in the community of Boslover.9 km, originally unpaved in its entirety, the first 16.0 km to Argyle were paved in 1952, followed by the 16.9 km to Kirkfield in 1957. A final 4.5 km were paved in 1959 to Victoria Road and its routing prior to 1975 followed the present day Kawartha Lakes Road 48 through Kirkfield, Victoria Road, Corsons, and ended in Coboconk. In the early 1960s, Balsam Lake Provincial Park was announced and located on the northwest shores of the lake, the 10.3 km bypass was opened and signed as Highway 46 on June 28,1967. The designation would last just under a decade.7 km, budget constraints brought on by a recession in the 1990s resulted in the Mike Harris provincial government forming the Who Does What. Committee to determine cost-cutting measures in order to balance the budget after a deficit incurred by former premier Bob Rae and it was determined that many Ontario highways no longer served long-distance traffic movement and should therefore be maintained by local or regional levels of government. The MTO consequently transferred many highways to lower levels of government in 1997 and 1998, as Highway 46 generally only served local traffic heading towards cottage country, and not province-wide movement, the route was transferred to Victoria County on April 1,1997. It was subsequently redesignated as Victoria County Road 46 The following table lists the major junctions along Highway 46, the entire route was located in Kawartha Lakes. Sources Bibliography AADT Traffic Volumes 1955–1969 And Traffic Collision Data 1967–1969Ontario Highway 46 – Until June 28, 1967, Highway 46 followed the shores of Balsam Lake. The route was moved inland, and became part of Highway 48 in 1975.
9. Ontario Highway 28 – Kings Highway 28, commonly referred to as Highway 28, is a provincially maintained highway in the Canadian province of Ontario. The route travels in a southwest–northeast from Highway 7 east of Peterborough, Highway 28 begins at an intersection with Highway 7 approximately 7 kilometres east of Peterborough. The road that carries Highway 28 continues south as Peterborough County Road 34, proceeding north, Highway 28 crosses the Peterborough Drumlin Field, an area dominated by undulating terrain oriented in a southwest–northeast direction. Despite this, the highway progresses due north without regard for the terrain, numerous cuts, at Youngs Point, the southern tip of Stony Lake, the highway crosses the river and serves cottages along the western shore of the lake. Within Burleigh Falls, Highway 28 encounters the eastern terminus of the former Highway 36, from there it continues northeast through the rugged shield to Highway 118, at which point it has curved fully to the east. The highway passes through Bancroft, where it encounters Highway 62, east of Bancroft, there is relatively little human inhabitation, with the exception of a select group of communities located on or nearby the highway. At the community of Denbigh, Highway 28 ends at a junction with Highway 41, Highway 28 was assigned in 1928, when the entirety of Highway 12A was renumbered. Highway 12A was one of the provincial highways assumed in 1919 and 1920. The Port Hope – Peterborough Road was assumed by the Department of Highways on August 11,1920, the route received the 12A numbering during the summer of 1925. During the mid-1930s, Highway 28 was extended as far north as Apsley and this was accomplished by assuming existing Peterborough County roads along the Otonabee River as far as Burleigh Falls, via Lakefield. North of there, the department assumed the Burleigh Falls Road, Highway 28 was extended from Peterborough to Burleigh Falls on April 4,1934. The Burleigh Falls Road was assumed to Apsley on August 11,1937, during the 1936 fiscal year, preparations were made for the upcoming merger of the Department of Northern Development and Department of Highway, which occurred on April 1,1937. The town of Bancroft was chosen as the location of the first operations centre for the new Central District of the department, consequently, it was decided to extend Highway 28 to the town along the remainder of the Burleigh Falls Road. Plans to connect Ottawa with Bancroft arose in the mid-1950s, when the province designated Highway 132 in January 1956, they also announced plans for a new highway which would travel south from Renfrew to Calabogie, then turn west towards Denbigh and Bancroft. Ultimately this road was never constructed, but new road links were established in the following years regardless, in early 1956, Highway 500 was established between Kinmount and Hermon following the Monck Road. In 1963, a new road was constructed between McArthur Mills and Denbigh through the Madawaska Highlands, and opened as an extension of Highway 500 on July 1, during the early 1980s, Highway 500 was renumbered as an extension of Highway 28. This took place between 1980 and 1982, the section from Highway 115 north to Lakefield was decommissioned on April 1,1997. On January 1,1998, the southernmost section, between Highway 2 and Highway 115, was transferred, during the spring of 2003, the entirety of Highway 134 was redesignated as part of Highway 28, extending the southern terminus to Highway 7 east of PeterboroughOntario Highway 28 – Highway 28 north of its southern terminus at Highway 7
10. Enchanted (film) – Enchanted is a 2007 American live-action/animated musical fantasy romantic comedy film, produced by Walt Disney Pictures with New York Academy Barry Sonnenfeld and Josephson Entertainment. Written by Bill Kelly and directed by Kevin Lima, the film stars Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, James Marsden, Timothy Spall, Idina Menzel, Rachel Covey, and Susan Sarandon. The plot focuses on Giselle, an archetypal Disney Princess, who is forced from her traditional animated world of Andalasia into the world of New York City. Enchanted was the first Disney film to be distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures and it marks the return of traditional animation to a Disney feature film after the companys decision to move entirely to computer animation in 2004. Composer Alan Menken and lyricist Stephen Schwartz, who had songs for previous Disney films, produced the songs of Enchanted. The animation sequences were produced at James Baxter Animation in Pasadena, filming of the live action segments took place around New York City. It premiered on October 20,2007, at the London Film Festival before its release on November 21,2007. Enchanted was well-received critically, established Adams as a leading lady and it won three Saturn Awards, including Best Fantasy Film and Best Actress for Adams. Enchanted also received two nominations at the 65th Golden Globe Awards and three Best Original Song nominations at the 80th Academy Awards and she enlists her loyal henchman Nathaniel to keep Edward distracted. Giselle, a woman, dreams of meeting a prince. Edward hears Giselle singing and sets off to find her, Nathaniel sets free a captured troll to kill Giselle, but Edward rescues her in time. When they meet, they fall in love and plan to get married the following day. Meanwhile, Robert, a lawyer, prepares to propose to his longtime girlfriend Nancy. Robert and Morgan encounter Giselle on their way home, and Robert begrudgingly allows Giselle to stay the night at their apartment at the insistence of Morgan, Narissa sends Nathaniel to follow and impede Edward. In a restaurant, Narissa appears to Nathaniel in a soup pot, Pip eavesdrops but is unable to communicate with Edward, as animals cannot speak outside of Andalasia. Nathaniel keeps Pip silenced by imprisoning him in various containers, meanwhile, after Giselle summons vermin to clean Roberts apartment, Nancy arrives to take Morgan to school. She meets Giselle and then angrily leaves assuming Robert was unfaithful, Robert is initially upset but spends the day with Giselle, knowing she is vulnerable in the city. Giselle questions Robert about his relationship with Nancy and helps the pair reconcile by sending Nancy an invitation to the King and she also begins to win Robert over with her sunny disposition and optimism, even inadvertently helping one of his clients reconcile with his wifeEnchanted (film)