Karolówka, Lublin Voivodeship

For other places with the same name, see Karolówka. Karolówka VillageKarolówka Coordinates: 50°37′54″N 22°42′20″E / 50.63167°N 22.70556°E / 50.63167; 22.70556 Country  Poland Voivodeship Lublin County Biłgoraj Gmina Frampol Population 254 Karolówka [karɔˈlufka] is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Frampol, within Biłgoraj County, Lublin Voivodeship, in eastern Poland.[1] It lies approximately 7 kilometres (4 mi) south-east of Frampol, 10 km (6 mi) north of Biłgoraj, and 70 km (43 mi) south of the regional capital Lublin. The village has a population of 254. References[edit] ^ “Central Statistical Office (GUS) – TERYT (National Register of Territorial Land Apportionment Journal)” (in Polish). 2008-06-01. v t e Gmina Frampol Town and seatFrampolVillagesCacanin Chłopków Karolówka Kąty Kolonia Kąty Komodzianka Korytków Mały Niemirów Pulczynów Radzięcin Rzeczyce Smoryń Sokołówka Sokołówka-Kolonia Stara Wieś Teodorówka Teodorówka-Kolonia Wola Kątecka Wola Radzięcka Coordinates: 50°37′54″N 22°42′20″E / 50.63167°N 22.70556°E / 50.63167; 22.70556 This Biłgoraj County location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Umm al Binni lake

Umm al Binni Lake Location Maysan Governorate Coordinates 31°14′29″N 47°06′21″E / 31.24139°N 47.10583°E / 31.24139; 47.10583Coordinates: 31°14′29″N 47°06′21″E / 31.24139°N 47.10583°E / 31.24139; 47.10583 Lake type former lake Basin countries IraqMax. length 3.4 km (2.1 mi) Max. depth 3 m (9.8 ft) Umm al Binni lake is a mostly dry lake within the Central Marshes in Maysan Governorate in southern Iraq. The 3.4 km wide lake is approximately 45 km northwest of the Tigris–Euphrates confluence. Because of its shape, location, and other details, it has been conjectured to represent an impact crater.Contents 1 Evidence as an impact crater 2 Climate change and impact effects 3 See also 4 ReferencesEvidence as an impact crater[edit] Using satellite imagery, Sharad Master suggests[1][2] the 3.4 km diameter dry lake may be an impact crater based on its nearly circular, slightly polygonal rim shape, and contrasting shape to other lakes in the region. As to its origin, he rules out karst topography, salt doming, tectonic deformation, and igneous intrusion as well as possible bombing or man-made origins of the structure. Master estimates the age of the crater to be less than 5000 years, or earlier than 3000 BCE, due to the deposition of sediments of the Tigris-Euphrates plain as a result of the 130–150 km seaward progradation[3] of the Persian Gulf during that time period.[1][2] A lack of writings describing this event by well-known authors like Herodotus (484–425 BC) and Nearchus (360–300 BC) or later historians implies the impact may have occurred earlier, or between 3000 and 5000 years BP.[2] During this time period, the Al Amarah region was under the Persian Gulf at a depth of approximately 10 m.[3] Impact-induced tsunamis would have devastated coastal Sumerian cities. This may provide an alternate origin of the 2.6 m sediment layer discovered during an excavation of the Sumerian city of Ur by Leonard Woolley in 1922-1934. Descriptive passages in The Epic of Gilgamesh (circa 1600–1800 BCE) may describe such an impact and tsunami, suggesting a link to the Sumerian Deluge:[4][5] ..and the seven judges of Hell, the Annunaki, raised their torches, lighting the land with their livid flame. A stupor of despair went up to heaven when the god of the storm turned daylight into darkness, when he smashed the land like a cup. One whole da. thanks wikipedia.

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Scenic West Athletic Conference

The Scenic West Athletic Conference (also known as the Scenic West Conference) is a sports association for junior colleges located in Idaho, Utah, Colorado, and Nevada. The conference is a member of the NJCAA and sponsors 9 sports, 4 for men and 5 for women. It is the sole conference in the NJCAA’s Region 18.Contents 1 History 2 Member schools2.1 Former members2.1.1 Scenic West 2.1.2 schools leaving before Region 18 became the SWAC 2.2 Region 18 Divisions 3 Sponsored sports (men) 4 Sponsored sports (women) 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] The origins of the Scenic West started in 1986, as the nine schools in the region resumed round-robin competition after discontinuing it in 1985. Salt Lake Community College began play in 1987, and the conference adopted its current name in 1990. Region 18 itself was formed in 1968, as Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington were split off from Arizona, California, Nevada, and Utah, which remained in the NJCAA’s Region 1. When almost all of the Oregon and Washington schools left the NJCAA to form the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges in 1983, the next year Nevada, Utah, and far western Colorado were added to Region 18 to keep the region feasible. This year broguht the initial round-robin schedule, but the next year the addition of Flathead Community College of Montana caused that schedule to be dropped. This was short-lived, as Flathead’s team disbanded during the season, and the remaining regional schools joined to form the current Scenic West.[1] Member schools[edit] Institution Location Nickname Founded Enrollment Joined Previous Conference Colorado Northwestern Rangely, CO Spartans 1962 1,291 1984 Colorado Community College North Idaho Coeur d’Alene, ID Cardinals 1933 7,800 1968 Region 1 Salt Lake Salt Lake City, UT Bruins 1948 30,112 1987 new program Snow Ephraim, UT Badgers 1888 3,244 1984 Region 1 Southern Idaho Twin Falls, ID Golden Eagles 1965 9,100 1968 Region 1 Southern Nevada Las Vegas, NV Coyotes 1971 28,820 2002 Independents Utah State-Eastern1 Price, UT Golden Eagles 1937 2,173 1984 Region 1 Western Nevada Carson City, NV Wildcats 1971 4,168 2006 new programknown as College of Eastern Utah until 2010.Former members[edit] Scenic West[edit] Institution Location Nickname Founded Enrollment Joined Previous Conference Left Current Conference Dixie State1 St. George, UT Rebels 1911 10,000 1984 Region 1 2006 Pacific West NCAA Division II B. thanks wikipedia.

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Domingos Paciência

Domingos Paciência at a press conference as Braga manager in 2011Personal information Full name Domingos José Paciência Oliveira Date of birth (1969-01-02) 2 January 1969 (age 47) Place of birth Leça da Palmeira, Portugal Height 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in) Playing position Striker Youth career 1980–1982 Académica Leça 1982–1987 Porto Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1987–1997 Porto 232 (97) 1997–1999 Tenerife 50 (6) 1999–2001 Porto 31 (9) Total313 (112) National team 1986 Portugal U18 2 (0) 1987–1988 Portugal U21 5 (0) 1989–1998 Portugal 34 (9) Teams managed 2001–2004 Porto B (assistant) 2004–2005 Porto B 2006–2007 União Leiria 2007–2009 Académica 2009–2011 Braga 2011–2012 Sporting CP 2013 Deportivo La Coruña 2014 Kayserispor 2014–2015 Vitória Setúbal 2015 APOEL* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (goals) Domingos José Paciência Oliveira, known simply as Domingos as a player (Portuguese pronunciation: [duˈmĩɣuʃ]; born 2 January 1969), is a Portuguese retired footballer who played as a striker, and a current manager. He achieved success with both Porto and the Portuguese national team, appearing in more than 350 official games with the former over the course of 12 seasons (nearly 150 goals) and representing the latter at Euro 1996. After completing his accreditation in 2005, Domingos resumed his career as a manager, notably helping Braga reach the 2011 Europa League final.Contents 1 Playing career1.1 International goals 2 Manager career2.1 Leiria and Académica 2.2 Braga 2.3 Sporting 2.4 Deportivo 2.5 Kayserispor 2.6 Vitória Setúbal 2.7 APOEL 3 Personal life 4 Managerial statistics 5 Honours5.1 Player5.1.1 Club 5.1.2 Individual 5.2 Manager 6 References 7 External linksPlaying career[edit] A FC Porto trainee since he was 13,[1] discovered at local Atlético de Leça, Domingos was born in Leça da Palmeira, Matosinhos, and proved to be a terrific goalscorer despite being physically weak. Tomislav Ivić eventually decided he should be the replacement for an ageing Fernando Gomes, and made his debuts with the first team at age 19, being crowned top scorer in the Portuguese league in the 1995–96 season; previously, in 1990–91, he was involved in a last-matchday battle for the Bola de Prata award with S.L. Benfica’s Rui Águas, with Água. thanks wikipedia.

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Jamaican oriole

Jamaican orioleAt Green Castle Estate, JamaicaConservation statusLeast Concern (IUCN 3.1)[1]Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Passeriformes Family: Icteridae Genus: Icterus Species: I. leucopteryx Binomial name Icterus leucopteryx (Wagler, 1827)Juvenile on San Andrés, Archipelago of San Andrés, Colombia The Jamaican oriole (Icterus leucopteryx) is found chiefly on the island of Jamaica. On the island of San Andrès extant subspecies of the bird can be found. The species is considered extinct on the island of Grand Cayman. Subspecies are restricted geographically to their island homes. The species is closely related to the orioles of the “Northern Oriole” [2] such as the Baltimore oriole (Icterus galbula) rather than other Caribbean members of the genus.[3]References[edit] ^ BirdLife International (2012). “Icterus leucopteryx”. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2013.2. International Union for Conservation of Nature. Retrieved 26 November 2013.  ^ Omland, Kevin; Lanyon, S.; Fritz, S. (2009). “Losses of female song with changes from tropical to temperate breeding in the New World blackbirds”. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences.  ^ Jamarillo, A.; Burke, P. (1999). New World Icterids. Princeton University Press.  This Icteridae-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Oshoba

Oshoba Town and Jamoat Country  Tajikistan Province Sughd District Asht District Population  • Total 15,628 Time zone TJT (UTC+5) Oshoba is a town and jamoat in north-west Tajikistan. It is located in Asht District in Sughd province. The jamoat has a total population of 15,628.[1] References[edit] ^ “List of Jamoats”. UN Coordination, Tajikistan. Retrieved April 4, 2009.  v t eSughd Province Capital: Khujand Aini DistrictAini Urmetan Dardar Fondaryo Rarz Shamtuch Anzob Zarafshan Asht DistrictAsht Jarbulak Kamish Kurgan Kirkuduk Oshoba Pongaz Punuk Shodoba Shaidan Ghafurov DistrictGhafurov Utkansoy Yova Pakhtakor Haidar Usmonov Goziyon Unji Ismoil Isfisior Katagan Ovchi Kalacha Kistakuz Chkalovsk Ghonchi DistrictGhonchi Yakhtan Gazantarak Mujum Ovchi Dalyoni Bolo Kalininabad Rosrovut Isfara DistrictIsfara Navgilem Khonabad Kulkand Shahrak Chilgazi Lakkon Surkh Chorku Vorukh Istaravshan DistrictIstaravshan Nijoni Frunze Kommunizm Guli surkh Poshkent Pravda Javkandak Leninobod Qalaibaland Nofaroj Konibodom DistrictKonibodom Lohuti Sharipov Hamrabaev Ortikov Pulatan Patar Kuhistoni Mastchoh DistrictMehron Langar Ivan Tajik Mastchoh DistrictBuston Avzikent Mastchoh Obburdon Paldorak Takeli Kuruksoi Panjakent DistrictPanjakent Sarazm Khurmi Amondara Khalifa Hassan Sujina Yori Farob Mughiyon Kosatarosh Kolkhozchiyon Rudaki Chinor Shing Voru Changal (village) Jabbor Rasulov DistrictProletarsk Dehmoy Gulkhona Gulakandoz Uzbekqishloq Yangihayot Shahriston DistrictShahriston Yangiqurghon Spitamen DistrictNau Kurkat Kushtegirmon Oqteppa Tagoyak Farmonkurgon Shahraki Nov Zafarobod DistrictZafarobod Jomi Ravshan Khamid Aliev Mehnatobod Coordinates: 40°44′N 70°26′E / 40.733°N 70.433°E / 40.733; 70.433 This Tajikistan location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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John Aglionby (divine)

John Aglionby (died ca. 1610) was an eminent divine, of a family whose name was De Aguilon, corrupted into Aglionby. The son of Edward Aglionby and Elizabeth Musgrave, of Crookdayke, he was admitted as a student to Queen’s College, Oxford in 1583. He went into orders and became an eloquent preacher. He travelled abroad, where he formed an acquaintance with cardinal Bellarmine; on his return was made chaplain to Elizabeth, and took his degree of D.D. in 1600. He took a considerable share in the translation of the New Testament ordered by king James I, to whom he was also chaplain; and his name occurs among those of other Oxford divines, who were to translate the Gospels, Acts, and Apocalypse. Dr. Aglionby died at Islip, 6 Feb. 1609/10, aged 43. He was deeply read in the fathers, and also a distinguished scholar and critic.Wikisource has the text of the 1885–1900 Dictionary of National Biography’s article about John Aglionby. Sources[edit]Rose, Hugh James (1857). A New General Biographical Dictionary, London: B. Fellowes et al.This biographical article about a notable person in connection with Christianity is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Spicer baronets

The Spicer Baronetcy, of Lancaster Gate in the Borough of Paddington, is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 17 July 1906 for Albert Spicer. He was Chairman of James Spicer & Sons, Ltd (later Spicers Ltd), paper makers, and also represented Monmouth and Hackney Central in the House of Commons as a Liberal. The fourth Baronet did not use his title. Spicer baronets, of Lancaster Gate (1906)[edit]Sir Albert Spicer, 1st Baronet (1847–1934) Sir Albert Dykes Spicer, 2nd Baronet (1880–1966) Sir Stewart Dykes Spicer, 3rd Baronet (1888–1968) Peter James Spicer, presumed 4th Baronet (1921–1993) Sir Nicholas Adrian Albert Spicer, 5th Baronet (born 1953)References[edit]Kidd, Charles, Williamson, David (editors). Debrett’s Peerage and Baronetage (1990 edition). New York: St Martin’s Press, 1990. Leigh Rayment’s list of baronets [self-published source][better source needed]. thanks wikipedia.

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Villach

VillachDrava riversideCoat of arms VillachLocation within Austria Location of Villach within Carinthia Coordinates: 46°37′N 13°51′E / 46.617°N 13.850°E / 46.617; 13.850Coordinates: 46°37′N 13°51′E / 46.617°N 13.850°E / 46.617; 13.850 Country Austria State Carinthia District Statutory city Government  • Mayor Günther Albel (SPÖ) Area  • Total 134.89 km2 (52.08 sq mi) Elevation 501 m (1,644 ft) Population (1 January 2014)[1]  • Total 60,004  • Density 440/km2 (1,200/sq mi) Time zone CET (UTC+1)  • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2) Postal code 9500 Area code 04242 Vehicle registration VI Website villach.at Villach (German pronunciation:  /ˈfɪlax/ (help·info); Slovene: Beljak, Italian: Villaco, Friulian: Vilac) is the seventh-largest city in Austria and the second-largest in the federal state of Carinthia. It represents an important traffic junction for southern Austria and the whole Alpe-Adria region. As of December 2006[update], the population is 58,480.[2] Together with other Alpine towns Villach engages in the Alpine Town of the Year Association for the implementation of the Alpine Convention to achieve sustainable development in the Alpine Arc. In 1997, Villach was the first town to be awarded Alpine Town of the Year.Contents 1 Geography 2 History 3 Population 4 Politics4.1 Municipal council 4.2 City government 5 Twin towns — Sister cities 6 Festivals 7 Notable citizens 8 References 9 External linksGeography[edit] Main square Villach, a statutory city, is located on the Drau (Drava) River near the confluence with the Gail tributary. Situated at the western rim of the Klagenfurt basin, the municipal area stretches from the slopes of the Gailtal Alps (Mt. Dobratsch) down to Lake Ossiach in the northeast. The Villach city limits comprise the following districts and villages: Bogenfeld (slov. Vognje Polje) Dobrova (Dobrova) Drautschen (Dravče) Drobollach am Faaker See (Drobolje ob Baškem jezeru) Duel (Dole) Egg am Faaker See (Brdo ob Baškem jezeru) Goritschach (Goriče) Graschitz (Krošče) Gratschach (Grače pri Šentrupertu) Greuth (Rute pri Beljaku) Gritschach (Griče) Großsattel (Sedlo) Großvassach (Velike Laze pri Beljaku) Heiligen Gestade Heiligengeist (Sveti Duh) Kleinsattel (Malo Sedlo) Kleinvassach (Male Laz. thanks wikipedia.

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Eduardo Zaplana

This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Zaplana and the second or maternal family name is Hernández-Soro. Eduardo ZaplanaEduardo Zaplana, November 2007 Spokesman for the People’s Party In office 2004–2008 Leader Mariano Rajoy Preceded by Luis de Grandes Pascual Succeeded by Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría Ministry of Labora and Social Issues In office 2002–2004 President José María Aznar Preceded by Juan Carlos Aparicio Succeeded by Jesús Caldera President of the Generalitat Valenciana In office 1995–2002 Vice President José Luis Olivas Preceded by Joan Lerma Succeeded by José Luis Olivas Personal details Born Eduardo Andrés Julio Zaplana Hernández-Soro (1956-04-03) April 3, 1956 (age 60) Cartagena, Murcia, Spain Nationality Spanish Political party People’s Party Other political affiliations Union of the Democratic Centre Spouse(s) Rosa Barceló Children 3 Eduardo Andrés Julio Zaplana Hernández-Soro (born 3 April 1956) is a Spanish politician who served as the Partido Popular (PP) spokesman in the Spanish Congress of Deputies from 2004 to 2008. Biography[edit] A lawyer, Zaplana is married, with three children. After involvement in the now defunct Union of the Democratic Centre (UCD), Zaplana joined the PP. He served as mayor of Benidorm from 1991 to 1994; he also served in the Valencian Regional Parliament as a deputy, becoming president of the Valencian Community in 1995, a position he held until 24 July 2002. He resigned after being appointed Minister of Employment and Social Security, a post he held until the 2004 General Election. He served as a senator from 2002 until 2004, when he was elected to the Spanish Congress, representing Valencia and becoming the PP’s main spokesman in Congress. For 2008, he changed electoral districts, moving to Madrid, where he was fourth on the PP list.[1] Following the PP’s election defeat in March 2008, he resigned as PP Spokesman, stating that he intended to become a backbench MP.[2] On 29 April, he resigned as PP MP altogether, announcing that he would become a European delegate for Telefónica. He is Enrique Zaplana’s uncle. References[edit] ^ Mato i Zaplana seran els números tres i quatre de la llista electoral del PP per Madrid | El Periódico de Catalunya | Política ^ Eduardo Zaplana quits as the Partido Popular spokesman in Congress External links[edit]Biography at Spanish Congress site. [1]. thanks wikipedia.

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