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Yuehai Yue

Yuehai is the main branch of Yue Chinese, spoken in the Pearl River Delta of the province of Guangdong, as well as Hong Kong and Macau. It is called Cantonese, though that name is more applied to the Guangzhou dialect of Yuehai. Yuehai is divided into four principal dialects. Cantonese is the prestige form. Guangfu dialects Guangzhou dialect Hong Kong dialect Macau dialect Xiguan dialect Wuzhou dialect Tanka dialect Sanyi / Nanpanshun dialects Nanhai dialect Jiujiang dialect Xiqiao dialect Shunde dialect Xiangshan dialect Shiqi dialect Sanjiao dialect Guanbao dialect Dongguan dialect Bao'an dialect

Waldemar Torenstra

Waldemar Govinda Torenstra is a Dutch actor. For several years he worked as an actor at the Noord Nederlands Toneel, a touring theater company in the Netherlands. After finishing his secondary education, Torenstra enrolled at the University of Amsterdam to study economy, but chose theater instead. In 1999, he graduated from the Amsterdam Theater School. At the Noord Nederlands Toneel Torenstra acted in the productions of Sympathy for the Devil and Lenny Bruce. In the autumn of 2006 he played the leading role in a theater production of Moordspel. From 2012 to 2014, he served as the head of the jury for ShortCutz Amsterdam, an annual film festival promoting short films in Amsterdam. In 2015 Torenstra played the role of Nick Roest in Vechtershart, a series about a former kick-boxing champion making his way back to the top after a prison-sentence abroad. A second season was aired in 2017. Waldemar engaged to Sophie Hilbrand on December 2018, he is an avid bee keeper and an activist for the protection of bees.

Vechtershart Divorce - Joris Lijn 32 - Hein van Vlijmen Mixed Up - David Vogel Grijpstra & De Gier - Rinus de Gier Lieve Lust - Andy De Band - Sven ten Bokel Onderweg naar Morgen - Charles van Zuydwerk Beemster Goede tijden, slechte tijden - Harry My Granpa, the Bankrobber - Teun The Happy Housewife - Harry Bride Flight - Frank Summer Heat - Bob Griffioen Julia's Tango - Jeroen Yes Nurse! No Nurse! - Gerrit Singel 39 - Max Huisvrouwen bestaan niet - Thijs Amsterdam Vice - Jurre de Cock Waldemar Torenstra on IMDb

Japanese submarine I-9

The Japanese submarine I-9 was a Type A1 submarine built for the Imperial Japanese Navy during the 1930s. The submarines of the A1 type were versions of the preceding J3 class with superior range, improved aircraft installation, were fitted as squadron flagships, they displaced 2,966 tonnes surfaced and 4,195 tonnes submerged. The submarines were 113.7 meters long, had a beam of 9.5 meters and a draft of 5.3 meters. They had a diving depth of 100 meters. For surface running, the boats were powered by two 6,200-brake-horsepower diesel engines, each driving one propeller shaft; when submerged each propeller was driven by a 1,200-horsepower electric motor. They could reach 19 knots on 8.25 knots underwater. On the surface, the A1s had a range of 16,000 nautical miles at 16 knots; the boats were armed with four internal bow 53.3 cm torpedo tubes and carried a total of 18 torpedoes. They were armed with a single 140 mm /40 deck gun and two twin 25 mm Type 96 anti-aircraft guns. Unlike the J3 class, the aircraft hangar faces forward.

On 11 December 1941, I-9 sank SS Lahaina 700 miles northeast of Oahu. On 19 June 1942, the boat damaged US Army Transport General W. C. Gorgas with gunfire. On 25 August, she was depth charged and damaged by the destroyers USS Grayson, USS Monssen, USS Patterson, she made supply runs to Guadalcanal from November 1942 to January, 1943. She was sunk off Kiska on 13 June 1943 by the destroyer USS Frazier. Bagnasco, Erminio. Submarines of World War Two. Annapolis, Maryland: Naval Institute Press. ISBN 0-87021-962-6. Boyd, Carl & Yoshida, Akikiko; the Japanese Submarine Force and World War II. Annapolis, Maryland: Naval Institute Press. ISBN 1-55750-015-0. Carpenter, Dorr B. & Polmar, Norman. Submarines of the Imperial Japanese Navy 1904–1945. London: Conway Maritime Press. ISBN 0-85177-396-6. Chesneau, Roger, ed.. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1922–1946. Greenwich, UK: Conway Maritime Press. ISBN 0-85177-146-7. Hackett, Bob. "IJN Submarine I-9: Tabular Record of Movement". SENSUIKAN! Stories and Battle Histories of the IJN's Submarines.

Combinedfleet.com. Retrieved 18 August 2015. Hashimoto, Mochitsura. Sunk: The Story of the Japanese Submarine Fleet 1942 – 1945. Colegrave, E. H. M.. London: Cassell and Company. ASIN B000QSM3L0. Stille, Mark. Imperial Japanese Navy Submarines 1941-45. New Vanguard. 135. Botley, Oxford, UK: Osprey Publishing. ISBN 978-1-84603-090-1

List of MPs for constituencies in Northern Ireland (2019–present)

This is a list of Members of Parliament elected to the House of Commons of the United Kingdom by Northern Irish constituencies for the 58th Parliament of the United Kingdom. There are 18 such constituencies, eight of which are represented by Unionists and nine by Nationalists. There is one Alliance Party MP who does not identify as nationalist or unionist, it includes both MPs elected, held on 12 December 2019. The list is sorted by the name of the MP, MPs who did not serve throughout the Parliament are italicised. New MPs elected. Sinn Féin MPs follow an abstentionist policy of not taking their seats in the House of Commons. 2019 United Kingdom general election in Northern Ireland List of MPs elected in the 2019 United Kingdom general election List of MPs for constituencies in England List of MPs for constituencies in Scotland List of MPs for constituencies in Wales

Gloslunde Church

Gloslunde Church is a Romanesque church east of Dannemare, some 13 km southeast of Nakskov on the Danish island of Lolland. Now whitewashed, it was built of red brick in the 13th century. Built of red brick but now whitewashed, the church consists of a Romanesque chancel and nave and a Gothic porch and sacristy. A 14th-century timber bell tower stands close to the church's northwest corner. There are two small Romanesque windows on the chancel gable, now both bricked up; the east gable is decorated with a round-arch frieze. The original flat wooden ceiling was replaced in the Gothic period with a star-shaped vault in the chancel and two cross-vaults in the nave. In a Neo-Gothic frame, the altarpiece contains a painting of Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane by Frederik Christian Lund in 1872. An earlier catechism altarpiece from 1581 in the Renaissance style can be seen in the porch with text from Martin Luther's catechism in its six panels; the pulpit in the Renaissance style, presents the paintings of the four Evangelists set in rural scenes with hills and hedges.

List of churches on Lolland

Oviedo RC

Oviedo Rugby Club is a Spanish rugby union club. The club was established in 1983 and competes in the División de Honor B de Rugby competition, the second level of Spanish club rugby; the club is based in Oviedo, Asturias and it is considered the most successful team in the Asturian rugby. Oviedo RC plays in white colours; the team played in the División de Honor in four seasons. Since the 2014–15 season, the team plays with the name of Real Oviedo Rugby after a sponsorship agreement with the local football club. Primera Nacional: Champions: 1989-90, 1994–95, 1995–96, 1997–98 Runners-up: 1988-89, 1996–97 Asturian Regional Championship 4 seasons in División de Honor Xabier Guerediaga Carlos Souto Vidal Sergio Souto Vidal Luis Javier Martinez Villanueva Aitor Etxeberria de la Rosa Fernando Tejada Chacon Joaquin Uria Hidalgo Luis Alfonso Cano García Official site