William IX, Marquess of Montferrat

William IX, Marquess of MontferratPortrait of William IX by Macrino d’AlbaMarquess of Montferrat Reign 1494 – 1518 Predecessor Boniface III Palaiologos Successor Boniface IV PalaiologosSpouse(s) Anna d’Alençon Issue Maria Palaeologina Margaret Palaeologina Boniface IV of MontferratNoble family House of Palaiologos Father Boniface III, Marquess of Montferrat Mother Maria Branković Born (1486-08-10)10 August 1486 Died 1518 Trino William IX (10 August 1486 – 1518) was marquess of Montferrat from 1494 until his death. Biography[edit] He was the son of marquis Boniface III and Maria Branković, daughter of prince Stefan III of Serbia. After succeeding his father Boniface at his death (1494), he continued the latter’s pro-French policy and, in 1508, he married to princess Anna d’Alençon, daughter of René d’Alençon. During the Italian Wars, in 1513, he protected the French retreat from Milan; however, to avoid retaliations from Maximilian Sforza William was forced to pay him 30,000 scudi. The Milanese Duke did not respect the treaty, and his troops invaded Montferrat and sacked numerous cities. At the same time, informed that his relative Oddone, marquess of Incisa, was trying to obtain the title of marquess of Montferrat, William marched to Incisa and occupied that lordship. Oddone and his son Badone were sentenced to death. However, the annexation was later declared null by Holy Roman Empire diplomacy, but in the subsequent year William was able to maintain the new lands. He had 3 children with Anna d’Alençon:Maria (1509–1530), Margherita (1510–1566), married Federico II Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua Boniface IV (1512–1530)He died in 1518 and was succeeded by his son Boniface IV, initially with his mother Anne d’Alençon as regent. Ancestry[edit] Ancestors of William IX, Marquess of Montferrat                                  16. John II, Marquess of Montferrat            8. Theodore II, Marquess of Montferrat                    17. Isabella of Majorca            4. John Jacob, Marquess of Montferrat             . thanks wikipedia.

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The Far Side of Paradise

First US edition The Far Side of Paradise is a biography of F. Scott Fitzgerald by Arthur Mizener. Published in 1951 by Houghton Mifflin in the UK and Eyre & Spottiswoode in the UK. It was the first biography about Fitzgerald to be published and is credited with renewing public interest in the subject. It dealt frankly with Scott’s alcoholism and his wife Zelda’s schizophrenia. Edmund Wilson, literary critic and close friend of the Fitzgeralds, later commented that the book’s anecdotes distorted Scott and Zelda’s relationship and personalities for the worse.[1] References[edit] ^ Edmund Wilson on F. Scott Fitzgerald This article about a biographical book on writers or poets is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e This article about a biographical or autobiographical book whose subject was born in the United States is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Geoff Hibbins

Geoff Hibbins Personal information Full name Geoff Hibbins Date of birth (1929-11-13) 13 November 1929 (age 86) Original team(s) Wesley Collegians Height / weight 183 cm / 89 kg Position(s) Ruck Playing career1 Years Club Games (Goals) 1952–54 St Kilda 33 (5)1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1954.Geoff Hibbins (born 13 November 1929) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with St Kilda in the Victorian Football League (VFL).[1] Notes[edit] ^ Holmesby, Russell; Main, Jim (2014). The Encyclopedia of AFL Footballers: every AFL/VFL player since 1897 (10th ed.). Seaford, Victoria: BAS Publishing. p. 391. ISBN 978-1-921496-32-5.  External links[edit]Geoff Hibbins’s statistics from AFL Tables Geoff Hibbins’s profile from AustralianFootball.com. thanks wikipedia.

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Keith Russell (politician)

Keith RussellMember of the Newfoundland and Labrador House of Assembly for Lake Melville In office October 27, 2011 – November 27, 2015 Preceded by John Hickey Succeeded by Perry Trimper Personal details Born (1975-05-24) May 24, 1975 (age 41) Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador Political party Progressive Conservative Spouse(s) Brenda Keith Russell is a Canadian politician in Newfoundland and Labrador and the Minister of Labrador and Aboriginal Affairs. He was elected to the Newfoundland and Labrador House of Assembly in the 2011 provincial election. A member of the Progressive Conservative Party of Newfoundland and Labrador, he represents the Labrador electoral district of Lake Melville.[1] Before entering provincial politics Russell was an Ordinary Member for Upper Lake Melville in the Nunatsiavut Government.[2] Electoral record[edit]Newfoundland and Labrador general election, 2011Party Candidate Votes % ±Progressive Conservative Keith Russell 1,740 49.99% –      NDP Arlene Michelin-Pittman 1,211 34.79% Liberal Chris Montague 530 15.23%References[edit] ^ “Dunderdale leads N.L. Tories to majority”. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. 12 October 2011. Retrieved 12 October 2011.  ^ “Keith Russell Biography”. Nunatiavut Government. Retrieved 12 October 2011.  External links[edit]PC Party biographyThis article about a Newfoundland and Labrador politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Vladimir Tsvetkov

Vladimir Tsvetkov Personal information Country represented Germany Born (1980-11-02) 2 November 1980 (age 35) Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) Former partner Miriam Steinel Julia Larina Former coach Martin Skotnicky Bernard Columberg Former choreographer Werner Lipowski Kelly Johnson Former skating club Münchner Eislaufverein Former training locations Oberstdorf Began skating 1984 Vladimir Tsvetkov (born 2 November 1980) is a former ice dancer. He teamed up with Miriam Steinel in November 1997 and competed with her for Germany until 2003.[1] They are two-time Junior Grand Prix Final bronze medalists.[1]Contents 1 Programs 2 Results 3 References 4 External linksPrograms[edit] (with Steinel) Season Original dance Free dance 2002–2003 [1][2] The White Horse Inn (German: Im weißen Rößl) by Ralph Benatzky, Robert Stolz:Polka: Was kann der Sigismund dafür, dass er so schön ist Waltz: Mein Liebeslied muss ein Walzer sein March: Im weißen Rössl am Wolfgangsee Buona Sera by C. Sigman and P. DeRose Your Picture by L. Casucci, I. Ceasar, S. Willimas, R. Craham Luna Mezzo Mare by Paolo Citarella 2001–2002 [3] Tango: Paris Cabourg by B. Gerhard Flamenco: Farnica (traditional) Grease:Grease Finale Hopelessly Devoted to You Greased Lightning We Go Together 2000–2001 [4] Fly Me to the Moon by Bart Howard, Count Basic and his Orchestra Bei mir bist du schön by James Hopiner Big Top Pee-wee by Danny Elfman Einzug der Gladiatoren by Julius Fucik, J. Haggmmann, Circus Roncalli Orchestra Results[edit] (with Steinel) Results[1][3][4] International Event 1997–98 1998–99 1999–00 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 GP Bofrost Cup6th GP Trophée Lalique7th International: Junior Junior Worlds5th 4thJGP Final3rd 3rdJGP Germany2nd JGP Japan 1stJGP Mexico2nd JGP Netherlands 3rdNational German Champ. 2nd J. 2nd J. 1st J. 2nd GP = Grand Prix; JGP = Junior Grand Prix J. = Junior level References[edit] ^ a b c d “Miriam STEINEL / Vladimir TSVETKOV: 2002/2003”. International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 17 April 2003.  ^ Mittan, Barry (11 January 2003). “Steinel and Tsvetkov Make Successful Senior Debut”. Golden Skate. Archived from the original on 27 June 2009.  ^ a b “Miriam STEINEL / Vladimir TSVETKOV: 2001/2002”. International Skating Union. Archive. thanks wikipedia.

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Palaeoperenethis Temporal range: YpresianPreЄ Є O S D C P T J K Pg N Scientific classificationKingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Chelicerata Class: Arachnida Order: Araneae Infraorder: Araneomorphae Family: Pisauridae Genus: †Palaeoperenethis Species: †P. thaleri Seldon & Penney, 2009 Binomial name Palaeoperenethis thaleriPalaeoperenethis is an extinct monotypic genus of Nursery web spider family Pisauridae, and at present, it contains the single species Palaeoperenethis thaleri.[1] The genus is solely known from the Early Eocene, Ypresian Okanagan Highlands deposits in the Cariboo region of British Columbia, Canada.[1] History and classification[edit] Palaeoperenethis thaleri is known only from one fossil, the holotype, number “ROM31304” consisting of part and counterpart impressions that is currently residing in the paleontological collections in the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada. It is a single adult male individual preserved as a compression fossil in the fine-grained lacustrian rock and thus has been flattened from its dimensions in life.[1] The compression specimen was mentioned in publication by Dr. Mark Wilson in his 1977 paper discussing the paleoecology of the Horsefly Lagerstätte fossil sites.[1][2] P. thaleri was first studied by Paul A. Selden and David Penney, with their 2009 type description being published in the journal Contributions to Natural History.[1] The generic name was coined by P. Selden and D. Penney as a combination of the Greek word palaios meaning “ancient” and Perenethis, a modern Nursery web spider genus.[1] This is in reference to the age of the type specimen and the African-Asian genus which Palaeoperenethis is similar in appearance to. The specific epithet “thaleri” was designated by P. Selden and D. Penney in honor of the late Dr. Konrad Thaler,[1] past president of the International Society of Arachnology.[3] Description[edit] Due to the incomplete nature of the type specimen, the carapace and opisthosoma are missing, the overall size of Palaeoperenethis thaleri not certain. The general shape of the carapace is indicated in the position and disposition of the legs which suggest a subcircular or polygonal carapace. The placement of Palaeoperenethis into Pisauridae is based on the shape and structure of the elongated pedipalps which have a brush of bristles along one edge.[1] Several important characters of the family, such as nursery web construct. thanks wikipedia.

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Animation Collective

Animation CollectiveTypeSubsidiary of FremantleMedia Industry Entertainment Founded 2003 Founder Larry Schwarz Headquarters New York City, New York, USA Products Animation Parent FremantleMedia Animation Collective was an American animated cartoon studio formed in 2003. The studio was based in New York City and was founded by Larry Schwarz. It was best known for its internet and television series using Adobe Flash, Maya and other software. In October 2009, the studio was bought out by HandMade Films, the company that produced Monty Python’s Life of Brian and Planet 51. It continued to produce content under their company.[1] They were offering bids for the proposed series Jolly Rabbit and HTDT. In September 2011, FremantleMedia acquired the worldwide sales and distribution rights to Animation Collective’s library.[2] The following year, Schwarz and others in the administrative office changed the studio’s name to Larry Schwarz And His Band, as a way to start fresh. This effectively ended Animation Collective’s run by name, although all the same employees still worked in the same office. The rights for the pitches and pilots for Jolly Rabbit and HTDT were transferred under the new title, as well as new shows Team Toon and Alien Dawn. HTDT was later sold to Toonz Entertainment, who delivered the series in 2015. FremantleMedia currently owns the rights to Animation Collective’s library.Contents 1 Original series 2 Commissioned series 3 Canceled 4 Under Larry Schwarz and His Band 5 References 6 External linksOriginal series[edit]Chubby Butter (for AOL) Dancing Sushi (Kappa Mikey spin-off for Nicktoons) Ellen’s Acres (for Cartoon Network) Kappa Mikey (for Nicktoons) Kung Fu Academy (for KOL) Leader Dog (for Nicktoons) Princess Natasha (for KOL) SKWOD (for KOL) Three Delivery (for Nicktoons) Thumb Wrestling Federation (for Nicktoons) (live-action) Tortellini Western (for Nicktoons) Wulin Warriors (for Cartoon Network) (puppet) (English dub)Commissioned series[edit]The Cheesy Adventures of Captain Mac A. Roni (DVD release of pilot for Daystar Television Network) The Incredible Crash Dummies (for FOX Kids) FoxBox website Johnson and Johnson ‘Touching Bond’ webisodes Speed Racer: The Next Generation (for Nicktoons) Speed Racer: The Next Generation Season 2 (for Nicktoons), with Toonz EntertainmentCanceled[edit]Eloise in Africa (for HandMade Films) [3] HTDT (unaired test pilot) Jolly Rabbit (for BBC Three, Disney)Under Larr. thanks wikipedia.

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Namco System 246

This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (September 2007) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) The Namco System 246 is a development of the Sony PlayStation 2 technology as a basis for an arcade system board. It was released in 2001 on its first game Ridge Racer V. Like the Sega NAOMI, it is widely licensed for use by other manufacturers. Games such as Battle Gear 3 and Capcom Fighting Evolution are examples of System 246-based arcade games that are not Namco products.Contents 1 Specifications 2 List of System 246 / System 256 / System Super 256 / System 147 games2.1 Released 2.2 UnreleasedSpecifications[edit]Main CPU: MIPS III R5900 Emotion Engine 128-bit RISC operating at 294.912 MHz Sub CPU: MIPS II R3000A IOP with cache at 33.8688 MHz (Unlike the PSXCPU) System memory: 32 MB Direct Rambus Graphics: “Graphics Synthesizer” operating at 147.456 MHz Sound: “SPU1+SPU2” Media: CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, Hard Drive, 64MBit 3.3V NAND FlashROM Security DongleNamco System 256 is an upgraded version of 246 but the upgrades are unknown (more ram and faster cpu speeds likely) Namco Super System 256 is the same as regular Namco System 256 but it has the gun board integrated. Namco System 147 is similar to 246 but does not use a DVD-rom, instead it has rom chips on the system board. List of System 246 / System 256 / System Super 256 / System 147 games[edit] Released[edit]Battle Gear 3 (Taito, 2002) Battle Gear 3 Tuned (Taito, 2003) Bloody Roar 3 (Namco / 8ing / Raizing, 2001) Capcom Fighting Jam (Capcom, 2004) Chou Dragon Ball Z (Banpresto, 2005) Cobra: The Arcade (Namco, 2005) Dragon Chronicles – Legend of The Master Ark (Namco, 2003) Dragon Chronicles Online (Namco, 2004) Druaga Online – The Story of Aon (Namco, 2006) Fate/Unlimited Codes (Capcom / Type-Moon / Cavia / 8ing, 2008) Getchu Play! Tottoko Hamutaro (Banpresto, 2007) Gundam Seed: Rengou vs. Z.A.F.T. (Capcom / Banpresto, 2005) Kinnikuman Muscle Grand Prix (Banpresto, 2006) Kinnikuman Muscle Grand Prix 2 (Banpresto, 2007) Kinnikuman Muscle Grand Prix 2 Tokumori (Banpresto, 2008) Minnade Kitaeru Zennou Training (Namco, 2006) Mobile Suit Gundam: Gundam vs. Gundam (Banpresto, 2008) Mobile Suit Gundam: Gundam vs. Gundam Next (Banpresto, 2009) Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny: Rengou vs. Z.A.F.T. II (Banpresto, 2006) Mobile Suit Gundam Z: AEUG V. thanks wikipedia.

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Scoloparia Temporal range: Early Triassic Scientific classificationKingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia Clade: †Parareptilia Order: †Procolophonomorpha Family: †Procolophonidae Subfamily: †Leptopleuroninae Genus: †Scoloparia Sues and Baird, 1998 Type species †Scoloparia glyphanodon Sues and Baird, 1998Scoloparia is an extinct genus of procolophonid parareptile from the Late Triassic of Canada. Fossils have been found in the Carnian- to Norian-age Wolfville Formation in Nova Scotia.[1] References[edit] ^ Cisneros, J. C. (2008). “Phylogenetic relationships of procolophonid parareptiles with remarks on their geological record”. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology. 6 (3): 345–366. doi:10.1017/S1477201907002350. This article about a Triassic reptile is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t ev t e ParareptiliaKingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Sauropsida Stem: Parareptilia   Basal ParareptilesMesosauria Mesosauridae Brazilosaurus Mesosaurus Stereosternum Millerosauria  ?EunotosaurusMillerettidae Broomia Heleophilus Milleretta Millerosaurus Milleropsis Nanomilleretta Procolophonomorpha Australothyris AnkyramorphaBolosauria ErpetonyxBolosauridae Belebey Bolosaurus EudibamusRelated clades Eureptilia   Hallucicrania (=Ankyramorpha)Lanthanosuchoidea Colobomycter Delorhynchus FeeserpetonAcleistorhinidae AcleistorhinusLanthaniscidae LanthaniscusLanthanosuchidae Chalcosaurus Lanthanosuchus Procolophoniformes MicroleterNyctiphruretidae Abyssomedon NyctiphruretusProcolophonia Pareiasauromorpha Procolophonoidea  PareiasauromorphaNycteroleteridae Bashkyroleter Emeroleter Macroleter Nycteroleter RhipaeosaurusPareiasauria Bradysaurus Bunostegos Deltavjatia Embrithosaurus Nochelesaurus ParasaurusPareiasauridae Arganaceras Elginia Obirkovia Pareiasaurus Pareiasuchus Sanchuansaurus Scutosaurus Shansisaurus ShihtienfeniaPumiliopareiasauria Anthodon Nanopareia Provelosaurus Pumilopareia   ProcolophonoideaOwenettidae Barasaurus Candelaria Owenetta Ruhu. thanks wikipedia.

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Quebec general election, 1871

This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2009) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Map of the results by riding. The Quebec general election of 1871 was held in June and July 1871 to elect members of the 2nd Legislative Assembly for the Province of Quebec, Canada. The Quebec Conservative Party, led by Pierre-Joseph-Olivier Chauveau, was re-elected, defeating the Quebec Liberal Party, led by Henri-Gustave Joly de Lotbinière. Results[edit] Party Party Leader # of candidates Seats Popular Vote 1867 Elected % Change # % % Change      Conservative Pierre-Joseph-Olivier Chauveau   51 46 -9.8% 31,168 51.72% -1.8%Liberal Henri-Gustave Joly de Lotbinière   12 19 +58.3% 23,760 39.43% +4.0%      Other   1 – -100% 5,368 8.85% -2.2% Total   65 65 –   100%   See also[edit]List of Quebec premiers Politics of Quebec Timeline of Quebec history List of Quebec political parties 2nd Legislative Assembly of Quebecv t eElections and referendums in Quebec General elections1867 1871 1875 1878 1881 1886 1890 1892 1897 1900 1904 1908 1912 1916 1919 1923 1927 1931 1935 1936 1939 1944 1948 1952 1956 1960 1962 1966 1970 1973 1976 1981 1985 1989 1994 1998 2003 2007 2008 2012 2014 next Referendums1919 1980 1992 1995See also: List of Quebec by-elections   This Quebec history article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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