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1. Maakhir of folding machine

In August 2008, Ilkajir returned to his native Maakhira now defunct autonomous region in northern Somalia that territorially overlaps with the Sanaag regionwith the promise of running in and winning the upcoming Puntland macro-region's presidential election, and to improve the role of Maakhir's inhabitants within Puntland's administration. Some of Ilkajir's other campaign promises included building up the security structure of Maakhir/Sanaag, and to extend the region's capacity to defend, serve and protect its inhabitants from external disruptions such as piracy, charcoal profiteering and separatist adventures.

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For this, Ilkajir received a huge welcome throughout Maakhir. Following the subsequent dissolution of Maakhir's administration, Ilkajir assumed the role of de facto leader of the region, and was instrumental in bringing Maakhir back into the Puntland fold.

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Type of folding machine

This SSSI has been notified as being of both geological and ornithological importance. The exposed coast around Rhoscolyn exhibit some of the finest examples of polyphase fold structures known in the south of Britain and are amongst the most intensively studied sites in the British Isles. The spotted rock rose (Tuberaria guttata) is found here in two locations.

Only nine populations of the spotted rockrose are known in the UK, a further six locations are also found on Anglesey with the remaining site on Pen Lln. Among the birds found here are: the chough (Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax), for which the site is also selected, and the peregrine Falco peregrinus; others include: breeding shag (Phalacrocorax aristotelis, raven (Corvus corax) and kestrel (Falco tinnunculus), whitethroat (Sylvia communis), wheatear (Oenanthe oenanthe) and stonechat (Saxicola torquata).

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King's Family of Churches of folding machine

The King's Family of Churches (also known as the Evangelical Episcopal Church) was an apostolic family of churches. Its origin are in the Evangelical Anglican missions in Spain, particularly in Friends of God mission society, that came to embrace the Convergence Movement of Christianity. The KFC states that it should not be considered a splinter group of any other denomination or communion, because it was formed by the unity of small denominations, independent churches and former denominational congregations who came together the movement known as the Convergence of Christianity.

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At the same time, the KFC follows the practices, beliefs and life of the early Celtic church, the Protestant Reformation, and the Anglican tradition, which they feel became a signpost for the Ancient-Future faith and the Convergence Movement.

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4. Phylogeny of folding machine

This genus has been strongly suggested to be put under taxonomic review.

It was originally declared its own genus because of its distinct combination of characteristics. Namely, it had premaxillary teeth which did not extend to the level of the posterior nasal apertures. It had vomerine teeth which were organized in rows of compact semicircles and were separated from the palatine teeth by a gap.

The eye was not visible externally, instead covered by thick bone. There were small tentacles which, in comparison to other caecillians of similar size, were much closer to the mouth. Lastly, the specimen has a weak vertical keel on the terminal part of the body.

However, the finding of the second species, B. guarantanus, has redefined the genus characteristics. Now, the genus is described as diminutive caecilian, being no more than 305 mm in length.

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5. Agriophara discobola of folding machine

Agriophara discobola is a moth in the family Depressariidae. It was described by Alfred Jefferis Turner in 1898.

It is found in Australia, where it has been recorded from Victoria. The wingspan is 2528 mm. The forewings are whitish densely irrorated with grey, and with some blackish scales.

There is a well-marked irregular streak from the base of the costa along the fold to beyond the middle of the disc, immediately beyond this is a circular brownish spot in the disc at two-thirds, edged posteriorly with blackish and an oblique interrupted line from the costa at one-fourth to the central streak, as well as another more obscure from the costa at two-fifths. There is a circularly curved row of blackish dots in the disc beyond the brownish spot. The hindwings are dark-grey.

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6. Abdullahi Ahmed Jama of folding machine

Abdullahi Ahmed Jama Ilkajir (Somali: Cabdulaahii Axmed Jamac Ilkajir, Arabic: ) is a Somali politician, who was Puntland's Interior Minister from January 2009 to February 2014. He is the former Minister of Education of Somalia, having been appointed to the position on 12 January 2015 by the former Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke.

However, he only served 2 weeks when on 17 January 2015, Prime Minister Sharmarke dissolved his newly nominated cabinet due to vehement opposition by legislators, who rejected the reappointment of certain former ministers. On 27 January 2015, Sharmarke appointed a new, smaller 20 minister cabinet of which Abdullahi Ahmed Jama was replaced by Khadra Bashir Ali. On 6 February, Sharmarke finalized his cabinet, consisting of 26 ministers, 14 state ministers, and 26 deputy ministers of which Abdullahi Ahmed Jama was reinstated but was now the Minister of Justice.

He has now been succeeded by Hassan Hussein Hajji. .

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Voicelessness of folding machine

In linguistics, voicelessness is the property of sounds being pronounced without the larynx vibrating. Phonologically, it is a type of phonation, which contrasts with other states of the larynx, but some object that the word phonation implies voicing and that voicelessness is the lack of phonation. The International Phonetic Alphabet has distinct letters for many voiceless and modally voiced pairs of consonants (the obstruents), such as p b, t d, k , q , f v, and s z.

Also, there are diacritics for voicelessness, .mw-parser-output .monospacedfont-family:monospace,monospaceU0325   .

mw-parser-output span.smallcapsfont-variant:small-caps.mw-parser-output span.

smallcaps-smallerfont-size:85%COMBINING RING BELOW and U030A   COMBINING RING ABOVE, which is used for letters with a descender. Diacritics are typically used with letters for prototypically voiced sounds, such as vowels and sonorant consonants: , l, .

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Career of folding machine

After graduating from Cooper Union, Skurman worked as a designer for I.M. Pei in 1976 where he assisted on the design of the Louvre Pyramid.

In 1980, Skurman worked in the San Francisco office of Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill and, in 1987, joined Gensler & Associates before founding Andrew Skurman Architects in 1992. In 2010, Skurman received the honor of being named a Chevalier of Arts and Letters by the Minister of Culture of France. He is a founder of the Northern California chapter of The Institute of Classical Architecture and Art and was that chapter's president in 2013-2014.

Skurman is on the Board of Directors for the National Institute of Classical Architecture and Art. He was Creative Director of the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show, the oldest continuously operating international antiques show on the West Coast, from 2008-2013.

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Formation of the Groupe parlementaire qubcois of folding machine

The Groupe parlementaire qubcois (GPQ) was formed on February 28, 2018 by seven Members of Parliament (MPs) who resigned from the caucus of the Bloc Qubcois (BQ) due to their opposition to the leadership of Martine Ouellet, as well as political differences with her strategy of emphasizing the party's stance regarding active advocacy for Quebec sovereignty rather than a pragmatic approach that focuses on the practical interests of Quebec. While the seven MPs left the BQ parliamentary caucus, they initially remained members of the BQ party itself and had expressed the desire to remain so. The BQ party executive, in a meeting one week after the group's formation, ruled that the seven defecting MPs would not be expelled from the party for leaving the caucus, and would be allowed to rejoin the caucus in the future.

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10. Independent status of folding machine

The Church of Greenland, in common with other institutions within the territory, is governed from Denmark, but with a large measure of autonomy. The Church of Greenland consists of a single diocese, which is part of the Danish church, but is moving towards full independence.

In this respect it is following the example of the Church of the Faroe Islands, which is also a single diocese, and achieved full independence from the Church of Denmark in July 2007. On June 21, 2009, the Church of Greenland was taken over by the local government of Greenland, where both funding and legislation now falls under the government of Greenland as opposed to other dioceses in the Church of Denmark who fall under the authority of the Danish parliament. Nonetheless, the Church of Greenland is still a diocese of the Church of Denmark.

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11. Andricus quercuscalicis of folding machine

Andricus quercuscalicis is a gall wasp species inducing knopper galls. Knopper galls develop as a chemically induced distortion of growing acorns on pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.

) trees, caused by gall wasps, which lay eggs in buds with their ovipositor. The gall thus produced can greatly reduce the fecundity of the oak host, making this gall potentially more of a threat to the reproductive ability of the tree than those that develop on leaves, buds, stems, etc. The Turkey oak (Quercus cerris L.

), introduced into Britain in 1735, is required for the completion of the life cycle of the gall. The knopper is a recent introduction to the British Isles, first arriving in the 1960s and now found throughout England, Wales and as far north as Scotland; first occurring for example in 2007 at Eglinton Country Park in North Ayrshire.

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Battle of Kadesh of folding machine

Coordinates: 3434N 3631E / 34.57N 36.51E / 34.

57; 36.51 The Battle of Kadesh or Battle of Qadesh took place between the forces of the New Kingdom of Egypt under Ramesses II and the Hittite Empire under Muwatalli II at the city of Kadesh on the Orontes River, just upstream of Lake Homs near the modern LebanonSyria border. The battle is generally dated to 1274 BC from the Egyptian chronology, and is the earliest battle in recorded history for which details of tactics and formations are known.

It is believed to have been the largest chariot battle ever fought, involving between 5,000 and 6,000 chariots in total. As a result of discovery of multiple Kadesh inscriptions and the EgyptianHittite peace treaty, it is the best documented battle in all of ancient history.

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Expansion draft of folding machine

There are three expansion drafts in the league's history. The first was in 1990, in which the new teams Pepsi Hotshots and the Pop Cola Sizzlers selected up to six players from the expansion pool, which is made up of three players from each of the six existing franchises. The second was in 2000, where newcomers Batang Red Bull Energizers selected players from the draft.

An expansion draft for new teams Blackwater Elite and Kia Sorento was held on July 18, 2014, so that both team can form its rosters for the 201415 season. The 10 existing PBA franchises protected up to 12 players in their roster. Two time MVP Danny Ildefonso of the Meralco Bolts was selected as the first pick of the expansion draft by Blackwater, followed by Reil Cervantes of Barako Bull by Kia.

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14. Coaching career of folding machine

Abada started coaching with his last club, first at youth level, then successfully leading the team into safety in two consecutive third tier seasons. He started 200203 with Logros' juniors, but was promoted to the main squad for the second division promotion playoffs, eventually falling short.

Abada then managed Girona FC in level three, being sacked after round seven in his second season, which ended in relegation. Subsequently, he returned to Logros, and in the following years acted as both manager (youth and seniors) and director of football. In late January 2011, after one year with CD Calahorra in the fourth division fourth position, no playoff promotion Abada signed for another team in that tier, SD Logros (Club Deportivo had already folded after severe economical problems).

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15. Work of arts of folding machine

After finishing the "KISKPZ" Secondary School of Visual Arts, Budapest (19661970), she was private tutored at democratic free schools. She studied to become a sculptor, but her focus kept traversing towards painting.

The form-system of her creations is observably of orientalistic secessionistic. Her work topics usually root in the world of mysticism. She studied painting from Istvn Moldovn, sculpting from Istvn Kamotsay and Sndor Vrady at the Artist Colony of Szzados Road, Budapest.

She also had the opportunity to have among her masters the sculptors Tibor Borbs, Rbert Cskszentmihlyi and Andrs Laluja as well as graphics artist Jnos Macskssy. She creates her paintings with a unique technique, the paintings reflecting different colors from different viewing angles

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An Introduction to folding machineWilliam Beckett is an American musician who first became known for his work with the now-defunct Chicago-based band The Academy Is... (TAI), who were signed to Atlantic Records/Fueled by Ramen/Decaydance Records. While still in high school in 2002, Beckett and guitarist Mike Carden came together from rival bands in Chicago to form The Academy Is... In addition to founding the band, Beckett and Carden are credited as the primary songwriters. A third core member of the band was Adam T. Siska, Beckett's classmate and friend from Barrington High School.In 2007, Alex Davies from the BBC described Beckett as a mix of Adam Lazzara and Prince, labeling him "utterly captivating".The Academy Is... reunited at Riot Fest 2015 in the fall of 2015 in Chicago. Although Beckett had said the occasion would serve as a "farewell" show, the band later had an additional final tour in late 2015.Personal life of folding machineIn a November 2009 interview with Alternative Press, Beckett confirmed that he has a child, a daughter, Genevieve Dylan Beckett.He has been married to Christine Bandy since May 2007.Beckett performed a DJ set at Emo Nite Day, a festival hosted by Emo Nite, in Los Angeles in December 2017.Music of folding machineBeckett started writing music for his own private pleasure because he did not like the material that was on the radio anymore. He said in an interview that his sister found him playing his songs in the basement and started joining him. She was his first audience and gave him her honest feedback on the material he wrote.Prior to co-founding The Academy Is... with Mike Carden, Beckett performed in an acoustic band called Remember Maine, with Nick Scimeca, releasing the album The Last Place You Look on LLR Recordings when he was 17 years old.Beckett has also sung on a number of notable albums by other bands, such as the track "Sophomore Slump or Comeback of the Year" from Fall Out Boy's 2005 album, From Under the Cork Tree. He sang backing vocals on Fall Out Boy's "What a Catch, Donnie". Other songs he has sung on include "There's a Class for This" from Cute Is What We Aim For's 2006 album The Same Old Blood Rush with a New Touch, "7 Weeks" from Gym Class Heroes's album As Cruel as School Children, and the Cobra Starship song "Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)," which later appeared on the Snakes on a Plane soundtrack and on Cobra Starship's album While the City Sleeps, We Rule the Streets under the title "Bring It (Snakes on a Plane)".Beckett also has a songwriting credit on Hey Monday's song "Homecoming" from their debut album Hold On Tight and on Demi Lovato's song "For the Love of a Daughter" from her third album Unbroken.After breaking up The Academy Is..., allegedly to start a solo music career, though other reasons (internal strife within the band) were hinted at, he came out with his first EP, Walk the Talk, released on April 17, 2012, with the single "Compromising Me". His second EP was announced on June 18, 2012, entitled Winds Will Change (produced by Matt Grabe), and was released July 17, 2012, and the main single "Great Night", being released on June 19, 2012. His third EP, What Will Be, was released October 30, 2012. In January 2013, William released a compilation of acoustic covers of his own music, titled The Pioneer Sessions. In February 2013, William was signed to Equal Vision Records. Later in 2013, it was announced that William's debut full-length album, titled Genuine and Counterfeit, would be released in August. The first single off the album, "Benny & Joon", was released June 17, 2013. The music video for the same was released July 31.William played the Acoustic Basement tent of the 2013 Van's Warped Tour, where he played not only "Benny & Joon", but much of his solo discography and a few The Academy Is... songs.The eagerly anticipated Genuine and Counterfeit was released August 20, 2013, though he leaked it to Alternative Press five days prior. It was met with a generally good reception from William's fans.On September 5, 2013, the Punk Goes... album series by Fearless Records released their Punk Goes Christmas album, which featured William Beckett's cover of "Do You Hear What I Hear?"William Beckett is on Downwrite, a website that allows artists to connect with their fans, and for fans to buy personalized music from the artist.
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An Introduction to folding machineWilliam Beckett is an American musician who first became known for his work with the now-defunct Chicago-based band The Academy Is... (TAI), who were signed to Atlantic Records/Fueled by Ramen/Decaydance Records. While still in high school in 2002, Beckett and guitarist Mike Carden came together from rival bands in Chicago to form The Academy Is... In addition to founding the band, Beckett and Carden are credited as the primary songwriters. A third core member of the band was Adam T. Siska, Beckett's classmate and friend from Barrington High School.In 2007, Alex Davies from the BBC described Beckett as a mix of Adam Lazzara and Prince, labeling him "utterly captivating".The Academy Is... reunited at Riot Fest 2015 in the fall of 2015 in Chicago. Although Beckett had said the occasion would serve as a "farewell" show, the band later had an additional final tour in late 2015.Personal life of folding machineIn a November 2009 interview with Alternative Press, Beckett confirmed that he has a child, a daughter, Genevieve Dylan Beckett.He has been married to Christine Bandy since May 2007.Beckett performed a DJ set at Emo Nite Day, a festival hosted by Emo Nite, in Los Angeles in December 2017.Music of folding machineBeckett started writing music for his own private pleasure because he did not like the material that was on the radio anymore. He said in an interview that his sister found him playing his songs in the basement and started joining him. She was his first audience and gave him her honest feedback on the material he wrote.Prior to co-founding The Academy Is... with Mike Carden, Beckett performed in an acoustic band called Remember Maine, with Nick Scimeca, releasing the album The Last Place You Look on LLR Recordings when he was 17 years old.Beckett has also sung on a number of notable albums by other bands, such as the track "Sophomore Slump or Comeback of the Year" from Fall Out Boy's 2005 album, From Under the Cork Tree. He sang backing vocals on Fall Out Boy's "What a Catch, Donnie". Other songs he has sung on include "There's a Class for This" from Cute Is What We Aim For's 2006 album The Same Old Blood Rush with a New Touch, "7 Weeks" from Gym Class Heroes's album As Cruel as School Children, and the Cobra Starship song "Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)," which later appeared on the Snakes on a Plane soundtrack and on Cobra Starship's album While the City Sleeps, We Rule the Streets under the title "Bring It (Snakes on a Plane)".Beckett also has a songwriting credit on Hey Monday's song "Homecoming" from their debut album Hold On Tight and on Demi Lovato's song "For the Love of a Daughter" from her third album Unbroken.After breaking up The Academy Is..., allegedly to start a solo music career, though other reasons (internal strife within the band) were hinted at, he came out with his first EP, Walk the Talk, released on April 17, 2012, with the single "Compromising Me". His second EP was announced on June 18, 2012, entitled Winds Will Change (produced by Matt Grabe), and was released July 17, 2012, and the main single "Great Night", being released on June 19, 2012. His third EP, What Will Be, was released October 30, 2012. In January 2013, William released a compilation of acoustic covers of his own music, titled The Pioneer Sessions. In February 2013, William was signed to Equal Vision Records. Later in 2013, it was announced that William's debut full-length album, titled Genuine and Counterfeit, would be released in August. The first single off the album, "Benny & Joon", was released June 17, 2013. The music video for the same was released July 31.William played the Acoustic Basement tent of the 2013 Van's Warped Tour, where he played not only "Benny & Joon", but much of his solo discography and a few The Academy Is... songs.The eagerly anticipated Genuine and Counterfeit was released August 20, 2013, though he leaked it to Alternative Press five days prior. It was met with a generally good reception from William's fans.On September 5, 2013, the Punk Goes... album series by Fearless Records released their Punk Goes Christmas album, which featured William Beckett's cover of "Do You Hear What I Hear?"William Beckett is on Downwrite, a website that allows artists to connect with their fans, and for fans to buy personalized music from the artist.
Introduction to the Folding Machine
1. Northern Khmer dialect of folding machineNorthern Khmer, also called Surin Khmer (Khmer: - Khmer Soren), is the dialect of the Khmer language spoken by approximately 1.4 million Khmer native to the Thai provinces of Surin, Sisaket, Buriram and Roi Et as well as those that have migrated from this region into Cambodia.Northern Khmer differs from the standard language, based on a dialect of Central Khmer, in the number and variety of vowel phonemes, consonantal distribution, lexicon, grammar, and, most notably, pronunciation of syllable-final /r/, giving Northern Khmer a distinct accent easily recognizable by speakers of other dialects. Some speakers of Northern Khmer may understand other varieties of Khmer but speakers of standard Khmer who have not been exposed to Northern Khmer often have trouble understanding Northern Khmer at first. The two varieties are 8085% cognate on a basic 270-word list. These facts have led some linguists to advocate considering Northern Khmer a separate, but closely related language.------2. Background of folding machineRyan's publishing company initially owned the publishing venture Stars on Sunday which folded with losses. He then set up the New York Dog magazine, which he promoted on The Late Late Show, and blogorrah.com. The site was edited by Derek O'Connor but mysteriously stopped filing new posts in July 2007. Ryan was also known for his business partnership with Michael O'Doherty, the owner of VIP magazine. After the collapse of his business empire in early 2007, Ryan was declared missing after he claimed a pet-food scare led to the closure of New York Dog. O'Doherty said he had not heard from Ryan for over a month. Before his disappearance Ryan had attended the Electric Picnic music festival in the company of fellow publisher Trevor White and soon after appeared as a guest on The Tubridy Show. However, a rival website then accused him of mistreating his workers and he left the country until his 2009 television return------3. John Shuker of folding machineJohn Shuker (8 May 1942 29 December 2019) was an English professional footballer, notable for holding the club record of league appearances for Oxford United. He was with the club on their election to the Football League in 1962 and over the next 15 years played 478 times in the Second, Third and Fourth Divisions.Shuker was born in Eccles, Greater Manchester. He joined Oxford in 1961, originally playing as a winger. He made his debut in August 1962 and went on to captain the side, playing in a variety of positions. He was awarded a testimonial in 1972, culminating in a match between Oxford and Manchester City at the Manor Ground on 5 May 1972.His last game for Oxford came in April 1977.He was a manager for Clanfield.In May 2001, Shuker was appointed as Director of Football at Milton United. In August 2001, Shuker was appointed as manager of Hellenic League side Witney Academy, staying until February 2002 when the club folded after months after problems with player availability.------4. Dead code of folding machineThe term dead code has multiple definitions.Some use the term to refer to code (i.e. instructions in memory) which can never be executed at run-time.In some areas of computer programming, dead code is a section in the source code of a program which is executed but whose result is never used in any other computation. The execution of dead code wastes computation time and memory.While the result of a dead computation may never be used, it may raise exceptions or affect some global state, thus removal of such code may change the output of the program and introduce unintended bugs. Compiler optimizations are typically conservative in their approach to dead code removal if there is any ambiguity as to whether removal of the dead code will affect the program output. The programmer may aid the compiler in this matter by making additional use of static and/or inline functions and enabling the use of link-time optimization.------5. Morphology of folding machine"External anatomy: Large body with several marginal deep ruffles. The color is dark red with the dorsal surface covered by compacted small white dots given the appearance of a brilliant pink surface. There are not two marginal bands, red and orange without white dots. Ventrally, the color is red being more intense towards the margin. Pseudotentacles formed by simple broad folds of the anterior margin with numerous marginal eyes. Cerebral cluster made of a large number of eyespots. Small pharynx with elaborated folds."Internal anatomy: The male reproductive system consists of a branched vas deferens, a long seminal vesicle connected to a short ejaculatory duct, a small prostatic vesicle with two chambers, a muscular prostatic duct, and a small stylet housed in a shallow male antrum. The female system has a shallow antrum with a short vagina directed backwards surrounded by a thick and strong mass of cement gland on its first portion."------6. Bruce Gant of folding machineBruce Gant (born September 26, 1956) is a Canadian retired soccer player who spent five seasons in the North American Soccer League.Gant attended Simon Fraser University, playing on the men's soccer team. He was a 1976 First Team NAIA All American with the Clan. In 1979, the Portland Timbers selected Gant, brother of Timbers midfielder Brian Gant, in the first round of the North American Soccer League draft. He remained with the Timbers until they folded in 1982, playing four outdoor and two indoor seasons with them. In 1983, he played one game for the Montreal Manic.In 1973, Bruce won a gold medal with British Columbia at the Canada Games. From February to June 1976, Bruce played for Canada in preparation for the Olympic Games. While he played in eight exhibition matches against local sides, he did not make any international appearances and was not selected to the final team.In 1990, Bruce helped Vancouver Firefighters FC win The Challenge Trophy.------7. Early life of folding machineIrwin was born in Copenhagen to former Pennsylvania politician and United States Charg d'affaires to Denmark William W. Irwin. His father had previously served as the Mayor of Pittsburgh, (1840-1841), and had served as a Whig member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.His mother, Sophia Arabella Bache, was the daughter of Richard Bache Jr. and Sophia Burrell Dallas. She was also the granddaughter of Sarah Franklin Bache and Richard Bache, and a great-granddaughter of Benjamin Franklin, as well as a niece of George Mifflin Dallas, the 11th Vice President of the United States, serving under James K. Polk.In 1866, at the age of 22, Robert Irwin arrived in Japan to head the Yokohama office of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company. In 1867 the company launched the first regular trans-Pacific steamship service fulfilling a contract with the United States government to provide monthly mail service between San Francisco and Hong Kong via Yokohama.------8. Oscar Schmidt of folding machineOscar Daniel Bezerra Schmidt (born February 16, 1958) is a retired Brazilian professional basketball player. He is also known as Oscar Schmidt in Spain, where he played for Frum Valladolid for the 199394 and 199495 seasons, and simply Oscar, or Mo Santa (Holy Hand), in his homeland. Schmidt played the small forward position, was 2.05 m (6ft 834 in) tall and weighed 107kg (236lbs). He was born in Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil.He is considered to be the all-time leading scorer in the history of basketball, with 49,737 career points scored (club play, plus national team play combined). He is also a record holder for the longest career span of a professional basketball player, and the top scorer in the history of the Summer Olympic Games.He was named one of FIBA's 50 Greatest Players in 1991. On August 20, 2010, Schmidt became a FIBA Hall of Fame player, in recognition of his play in international competition. On September 8, 2013, Schmidt was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.------9. Church structure of folding machineIn common with other evangelical episcopal Lutheran churches, the Church of Greenland recognises the historic three-fold ministry of bishops, priests, and deacons; it acknowledges the two dominical sacraments of baptism and the eucharist; it provides liturgies for other rites including confirmation, marriage, ordination, confession, and burial; its faith is based on scripture, the ancient creeds of the Church, and the Augsburg Confession.It is in full communion with the other Lutheran churches of the Nordic and Baltic states, and with the Anglican churches of the British Isles.The clergy, who work with local parish councils, but are ordained and supervised by the bishop, work in a network of seventeen parishes, with churches and chapels across Greenland. Four senior priests hold the title of 'Dean' - one as Dean of the cathedral church, and three as Area Deans for the three deaneries, an administrative structure between the level of the diocese and that of the local parishes.------10. 2010 Continental Indoor Football League season of folding machineThe 2010 Continental Indoor Football League season was the league's fifth overall season. The regular season started on Saturday March 13 with the expansion Cincinnati Commandos defeating the Miami Valley Silverbacks 38-32, and ended with the 2010 CIFL Championship Game, on June 26, 2010, at the Cincinnati Gardens in Cincinnati, Ohio where the Commandos defeated the Wisconsin Wolfpack 54-40.In 2010, the league saw its size shrink again. This time it was from 8 teams to 6 teams, as Fort Wayne Freedom, Rock River Raptors and the Wheeling Wildcats folded following the 2009 season, and the Chicago Slaughter departed the league to join the Indoor Football League. The CIFL awarded the Cincinnati Commandos and Fort Wayne FireHawks expansion franchises, and the Milwaukee Bonecrushers moved to Chicago and became the Cardinals.On May 26, 2010, it was announced that the Marion Mayhem ceased operations immediately. This made the league finish with only 5 teams, with the top 4 still making the playoffs.------11. Wilfrid Laurier University Student Publications of folding machineWilfrid Laurier University Student Publications (or WLUSP) is a volunteer-based organization that collects fees from undergraduate students and publishes various media. It became a non-profit corporation in 1970; until then, its functions had been fulfilled under the direction of the Wilfrid Laurier University Students' Union. WLUSP is governed by an elected President and Board of Directors along with a hired long-term Executive Director. Volunteers for management-level positions are all hired, but only a few positions, such as The Cord Editor-in-Chief, "Radio Laurier" Station Manager, "The Community Edition" Editor-in-Chief and the WLUSP President, are salaried.The organization publishes The Cord, the university's newspaper. It also produces: "The Community Edition," Waterloo Region's community monthly; Blueprint Magazine, Wilfrid Laurier's student arts magazine; "Keystone" and "Carnegie," Wilfrid Laurier University's yearbooks for the Waterloo and Brantford campuses; The WLU'er, a student planner, The Sputnik, Laurier Brantford's official student newspaper, RadioLaurier.com Laurier's campus radio station and "Laurier Student Poll," Laurier's market research group.------12. Works of folding machineBeitrge zur Kenntniss des Centralnervensystems von Lumbricus. Berlin: Dissertation, 1888.Der freiheitliche Sozialismus im Gegensatz zum Staatsknechtsthum der Marxisten. Mit besonderer Bercksichtigung der Werke und Schicksale Eugen Dhring's. Berlin: Freie Verlagsanstalt, 1892.Absolute oder relative Bewegung?, with Immanuel Friedlaender. Berlin: Leonhard Simion, 1896.Der Vulkan Kilauea auf Hawaii. Berlin: H. Paetel, 1896.Die vier Hauptrichtungen der modernen socialen Bewegung: Marxistische Socialdemokratie, Anarchismus, Eugen Dhrings socialitres System und Henry Georges Neophysiokratie, kritisch und vergleichend dargestellt. Berlin: Calvary, 1901.Marxismus und Anarchismus. Berlin: Calvary, 1901.Die Renaissance des Eros Uranios. Die physiologische Freundschaft, ein normaler Grundtrieb des Menschen und eine Frage der mnnlichen Gesellungsfreiheit. In naturwissenschaftlicher, naturrechtlicher, culturgeschichtlicher und sittenkritischer Beleuchtung. Berlin-Treptow: Bernhard Zack, 1904.Entwurf zu einer reizphysiologische Analyse der erotischen Anziehung unter Zugrundlegung vorwiegend homosexuellen Materials. Leipzig: Spohr, 1905.Mnnliche und weibliche Kultur. Eine kausalhistorische Betrachtung. Leipzig: "Deutscher Kampf" Verlag, 1906.Die Liebe Platons im Lichte der modernen Biologie. Berlin-Treptow: Bernhard Zack, 1909.
Letter Folding Machine Buying Guide
Letter folding machines can save your business time and money if you do direct mailing. Not all letter folding machines are the same, so research is necessary to find the right product for your business. Letter folding machines can cut back on mistakes that may damage marketing materials or cost time and resources. Prepping a mail campaign to reach out to your customers? A good letter folding machine can save you an extraordinary amount of time. In addition to folding letters, these machines can ensure that folds are neat and accurate and even score, glue, and batch letters. There are two main types of letter folding machines: pneumatic folding machines and feeding systems. Pneumatic folding machines (sometimes referred to as air-powered paper folders) use a vacuum to push paper. It's common for pneumatic folding machines to have a built-in compressor. In addition, pneumatic folding machines have folding plates or knife folds that can be adjusted either manually or electronically. Feeding system folding machines are the more popular of the two and cheaper. A good pneumatic folding machine costs $500 or more, while a good feeding system folding machine starts at around $150. Unless you are in the printing business, you wo not need a heavy-duty machine that costs thousands of dollars. Your everyday small or midsize business can benefit from a folding machine that costs less than $200 or, in many cases, less than $100. Folding machines come in freestanding and desktop models. Freestanding machines typically cost more and are best for larger businesses that will be folding aggressively; all other businesses can benefit from a space-saving desktop machine. Both types of machines work by feeding air of some sort with friction or utilize an air-controlled suction wheel. Certain models have a table or rollers that push paper through to be folded. The paper is separated by air that blows through it. What to look for in a letter folding machine When shopping for a letter folding machine, consider what type of paper you will be folding. Standard printer paper tends to be the easiest to fold. Some letter folding machines cannot accommodate glossy paper, as their surface jams up folding machines. If you plan on folding glossy paper, opt for a pneumatic folding machine. Letter thickness also needs to be considered. Standard paper is easy to accommodate, but once you start getting into cardstock paper, you will have issues if you do not have the right folder. Next, be sure to consider the size of the paper you will be folding. Most machines have a minimum and maximum paper size. Typically, folders that handle oversized paper cost more (something you wo not need to worry about if you are just folding letters). Since time is money in business, any folder that can fold fast is worth looking at. Some of the bestselling folding machines have a folding speed of 4,000-plus sheets per hour. Again, a desktop machine is a good space-saving solution. However, because any new piece of technology for your business is an investment, you should also consider the size of the space where it will be stored. If you will be purchasing a larger machine that's heavy, not planning out the space in advance can be a real issue. Desktop letter folding machines are easy to move around and store; freestanding machines require at least two or three people to do heavy lifting. If you have a small office, you do not want a machine that takes up a lot of space. The final feature to consider when choosing a letter folding machine is the type of fold. You can get creative with your letter folding, but not every machine will offer multiple folding types. The basic C letter fold is best for standard letters. If you want your letters to have a fancier fold, look for folders with the following: Cross fold - one side of the paper is folded shorter than the other (also known as the French fold) Gate fold - also similar to the trifold As with any piece of office technology, you should carefully research letter folding machines to make the best purchasing decision for your business. To save yourself time and energy, look for machines that are easy to use, optimize folding time, have no limitations in jobs, and do not require any downtime between projects. Benefits and uses of a letter folding machine Letter folding machines are great timesavers if your business often sends material through the mail. You will waste hours that could be better spent on crucial aspects of your business if you require employees to fold print material by hand. Also, letter folding machines can be used to handle the distribution of many different types of printed content. They are great for flyers, postcards, brochures, coupons and various other types of promotional material. If your business relies on these types of communications, letter folding machines will automate your workflow to help the business run more efficiently. A letter folding machine will also give you more precise folds. Human error may result in defective materials if the proper tools are not used to ensure folds are made correctly each time. A sloppy fold can ruin the entire presentation of a piece of marketing content. Letter folding machines prevent materials from being improperly handled or damaged. Another major benefit of letter folding machines is specification. Various machines are available that perform different tasks. If you have a complex project that requires specific operation, investing in a letter folding machine can save you time and aggravation. Training employees to perform menial yet detail-oriented tasks can be difficult and time-consuming. Letter folding machines allow you to maintain the highest level of professionalism in your marketing. It's an investment that will pay off over time and allow you to delegate more meaningful work to your employees. Any business that distributes a high volume of material through the mail should consider purchasing one to maximize the efficiency of their operation.1. Where can I buy that "Clothes Folding Machine"?They are called flipfolds (: google it, you can buy them anywhere like target and stuff2. Research and Implementation of Folding Machine Control System Based on MPU | Scientific.NetThe purpose of this paper is to analyze the working principle of folding machine and it also explains the working mode of the stepper motor. Basing on these, the control-system of folding machine is designed. It is through the AT89C52 MPU and the corresponding circuit of periphery to control the two stepper motors. So it can drive the feeding roller and the paper roller to overlay in accordance with the predefined size. The system achieves the automation of folding. It not only reduces the labor, but also improves the efficiency and accuracy of folding. It has a very broad application prospect.
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Introduction to folding machine
1. Discovery by general properties of folding machine Some properties are shared by multiple unrelated classes of ncRNA, and these properties can be targeted to discover new classes. Chief among them is the conservation of an RNA secondary structure. To measure conservation of secondary structure, it is necessary to somehow find homologous sequences that might exhibit a common structure. Strategies to do this have included the use of BLAST between two sequences or multiple sequences, exploited synteny via orthologous genes or used locality sensitive hashing in combination with sequence and structural features. Mutations that change the nucleotide sequence, but preserve secondary structure are called covariation, and can provide evidence of conservation. Other statistics and probabilistic models can be used to measure such conservation. The first ncRNA discovery method to use structural conservation was QRNA, which compared the probabilities of an alignment of two sequences based on either an RNA model or a model in which only the primary sequence conserved. Work in this direction has allowed for more than two sequences and included phylogenetic models, e.g., with EvoFold. An approach taken in RNAz involved computing statistics on an input multiple-sequence alignment. Some of these statistics relate to structural conservation, while others measure general properties of the alignment that could affect the expected ranges of the structural statistics. These statistics were combined using a support vector machine. Other properties include the appearance of a promoter to transcribe the RNA. ncRNAs are also often followed by a Rho-independent transcription terminator. Using a combination of these approaches, multiple studies have enumerated candidate RNAs, e.g., Some studies have proceeded to manual analysis of the predictions to find a details structural and functional prediction. ------ 2. Singapore League Cup of folding machine The Singapore League Cup was an annual soccer competition in Singapore. It was launched in 2007, and was open to teams who play in the S.League. The 2007 competition was sponsored by SingTel, and officially titled the SingTel League Cup. Eight of the twelve S.League teams took part in the 2007 tournament, which was held before the start of the S.League season proper. In 2008, the competition's official sponsored name was the Avaya-J&J League Cup (with sponsorship coming from Avaya and Jebsen & Jessen Communications). All twelve S.League teams took part in the 2008 tournament. Unlike the 2007 event, the 2008 competition was held during the S.League season. The 2009 edition of the League Cup was held from 1 to 19 June, again during the S.League season. The competition began with a group stage, where the clubs were divided into four groups of three. The top two teams from each group qualified for the knockout stage. All knockout matches were played at the Jalan Besar Stadium. Live television coverage was provided by Starhub. 2010 saw the League Cup returning to a knockout format. The teams which finished in the top 4 positions in the 2009 S.League season were given byes to the quarter-final round, and the remaining clubs played a qualifying round to decide who would join them in the Cup competition. The draw was conducted before the qualifying round, which meant that qualifying clubs already knew which quarter-final slot they would be playing for. The 2011 League Cup final on 30 June 2011 saw Albirex Niigata (S) defeat Hougang United FC 5-4 on penalties to become the third consecutive foreign club to hold the trophy after DPMM FC and toile FC. The 2014 tournament was sponsored by StarHub, and officially titled the StarHub League Cup. The 2015 edition was sponsored by The New Paper and known as The New Paper League Cup. The title sponsor for 2016 was The New Paper. In 2017, The Singapore League Cup was dropped to ease fixture congestion. ------ 3. Research areas of folding machine Linguistics of German and German as a foreign/second language: Language Culture Interculturality/Transculturality: Intercultural Linguistics Cross-cultural communication Bilingualism and multilingualism Language policy (especially: the international situation of the German language) Contact linguistics, Sociolinguistics Phraseology Lexicography German as a minority language ------ 4. Study Group International of folding machine Study Group is a global company that prepares international students for university degree programmes, teaches high school education, and teaches English language courses. Study Group owns and operates colleges and also partners with more than 40 universities across the UK, Europe, North America and Australasia. The company's trading names include Bellerbys College in the UK. Study Group also operates International Study Centres within UK, European, US, Canadian, Australian and New Zealander universities. It has offices in Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe, North and South America. ------ 5. Antaeotricha refractrix of folding machine Antaeotricha refractrix is a moth in the family Depressariidae. It was described by Edward Meyrick in 1930. It is found in Brazil. The wingspan is about 19 mm. The forewings are whitish-ochreous, on the median area suffused white towards the costa, and with slender white supramedian, median, and plical streaks, as well as a small greyish-ochreous spot on the base of the costa. There is a transverse irregular white mark beneath the costa at one-fourth, edged ochreous-brownish anteriorly and grey posteriorly, and by a dark grey costal line above, the costal edge beyond this white to the apex. There are two slight fuscous marks on the fold towards the base, and two transversely placed indicating the plical and first discal stigmata. Two spots of brown suffusion are obliquely placed on the end of the cell and there is a curved waved white line from beyond the middle of the costa to the tornus, anteriorly rather broadly margined brown suffusion, the area beyond this wholly brownish with short dark fuscous streaks on the veins. The hindwings are grey-whitish. ------ 6. Media coverage of folding machine Pearson's life story was the subject of "Heretics", an episode of the Chicago Public Radio program This American Life that was first broadcast on December 16, 2005. Pearson's life story was telecast on the Dateline NBC program, To Hell and Back, first shown on August 13, 2006. Pearson was the subject of a Cable News Network story on June 24, 2007, that covered the changes in his teachings (including acceptance of LGBT people into his church) and the backlash against it. In March 2009, Pearson appeared on Nightline "Face Off" with Deepak Chopra, Mark Driscoll, and Annie Lobert to address the question "Does Satan Exist?" In September 2010, Pearson again appeared on CNN with anchor Kyra Phillips, discussing the widely publicized gay rumors regarding Bishop Eddie Long. Pearson was again criticized for his inclusive thinking by many Christian fundamentalists, for stating Until the Churchthe Church, black or otherwiseconfrontsnot combatsconfronts this issue of human sexuality and homosexuality, which is not going away. Homosexuals and homosexuality is not going away. If every gay person in our church just left or those who have an orientation or preference or an inclination, or a fantasy, if everyone left, we wouldn't havewe wouldn't have a church. In December 2010, Academy Award winner Mo'Nique invited Pearson to appear on her BET-TV late night talk show. Mo'Nique publicly suggested that she followed and supported Pearson and would "come to his church in Atlanta, if he had one and would have her." ------ 7. Amenities of folding machine The village has a local shoppost office and two pub/restaurants: The Young Vanish,(an unusual name derived from that of a 19th-century champion race horse), and the Plug and Feathers (previously a Ma Hubbards venue) formerly and traditionally the Glapwell Hotel, known by many local as "The New Un"). The Hotel was one of the first places that train travellers would see when leaving the nearby LMS train station, and was in fact the local Station Hotel. The station itself closed in the 1930s. The social club, The Rowthorne, closed on 18 December 2011 and the site has been redeveloped for housing. Another long standing landmark that also disappeared in 2011 was Staleys, the local garage. Glapwell Garden Centre stands on the site of the former Glapwell Hall, the former residence of the Hallowes and now extinct Jackson families Nearby is Hardwick Hall, an Elizabethan mansion situated in a commanding position high on the same hill as Glapwell, operated by the National Trust. Access to the grounds and Hall was possible via Rowthorne Lane in Glapwell but this was stopped-up in the early 1990s as a planning condition with Health and Safety considerations due to undesirable traffic in a residential area. Access is now only from the bottom of the hill across the M1 motorway near to the village of Heath, via the Mill Lane entrance and old coaching road approach to the mansion from the restored National Trust working Stainsby Mill. The local football team Glapwell F.C. played their home games at Hall Corner in the north of the village before folding in 2016. The cricket team Glapwell Colliery Cricket Club play their home games at Park Avenue. ------ 8. Jim Pembroke of folding machine James Francis (Jim) Pembroke (born 27 January 1946) is the vocalist of the Finnish progressive rock band Wigwam. A British expatriate, Pembroke had played with London group Taverners' Guild before arriving in Finland in 1965. He immediately found himself in some demand, gigging on an ad hoc basis with various lineups (e. g. the Beatmakers, later renamed Jormas), until forming The Pems. He joined Blues Section in 1967, recording a blues-jazz-pop fusion album now considered seminal in Finnish rock. After the band folded Pembroke taught himself piano, then joined Wigwam in early 1969. He has remained their frontman and principal songwriter, while also releasing occasional solo records. In 2013, Pembroke was granted an artist's pension by the Finnish state. ------ 9. Natural resources of folding machine Alabama's abundant natural mineral resources include commercially viable deposits of coal, oil, natural gas, and various minerals such as limestone and marble. The Cahaba Basin and Black Warrior Basin in central Alabama produce coalbed methane. Extensive oil and gas deposits have been developed in the southern portion of the state, Mobile Bay, and coastal state waters. The first scientific reports of Alabama's geology were made during field studies by R. T. Brumby in the late 1830s and Sir Charles Lyell in the early 1840s. Michael Tuomey, appointed state geologist in 1847, completed a Geological Map of Alabama and in 1849 and published the first of two comprehensive reports on the state's resources a year later. These publications did much to quantify the mineral wealth of the Birmingham District and helped establish the region's early iron industry. Tuomey was succeeded by Eugene Allen Smith, who built on the initial researches to establish the geological history of the state.
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1. Scholarship of folding machine Easton has been described as one of the "first generation of behavioral revolutionaries" in the discipline of political science. Like other early behavioralists, Easton initially sought to gain control over the masses of data being generated by social science research in the early 1950s, which they thought was overwhelming social scientists with quantitative and qualitative data in the absence of an organizing theoretical framework. Easton argued for development of a proper science of political studies that would produce reliable, universal knowledge about social phenomena, and that the purpose of scientific rules of procedure was to make possible the discovery of a highly generalized theory of politics. Easton's vision was one of a "general theory" of political science that would consist of a deductive system of thought so that a limited number of postulates, as assumptions and axioms, a whole body of empirically valid generalizations might be deduced in descending order of specificity and provide predictive causal explanations of political behavior. Easton's book The Political System drove home the failure of 1950s political science to build anything resembling coherent theories of politics or to develop systematic techniques for gathering and analyzing data, with which such theories might be constructed. The most widely known and used definition of politics was provided by Easton in his identification of the political system with the "authoritative allocation of values for a society." This provided many political scientists with a useful guideline for delimiting the content of political science. Some years later, after Easton became President of the American Political Science Association, he led the charge of a new post-behavioralist revolution, arguing that political science research should be both relevant and action-oriented, so it might better serve the needs of society by solving social and political problems revealed during the 1960s. This new revolution was not a change in the methods of inquiry but a change in orientation that grew out of a deep discontent with the direction of contemporary political research and which advocated more attention to the public responsibilities of the discipline and to relevant research on contemporary political problems and issues. According to John Gunnell, this was the official birth announcement of the public policy enterprise in political science which became the basis of the self-image of orthodox political science in the 1970s. With this shift came a distinct de-emphasis of concern for establishing a general unified theory as the core of the discipline, and a retreat from any pointed confrontation with the history of political theory. Easton is renowned for his application of systems theory to political science, and for his definition of politics as the "authoritative allocation of value" in A Framework for Political Analysis and A Systems Analysis of Political Life, both published in 1965. Easton's principal research interest is in elaborating a systems analytical approach as a central means of understanding how political systems operate. In recent years he has turned to structural constraints as a second major element underlying political systems. He has written about the influence of political structure on various aspects of political life, on the state and development of political science, and on the political socialization of children. In a reputational study of political scientists published in 1978, Easton ranked fourth among those most prominent during 194560, and second most prominent among those in the period 196070. In a subsequent reputational study based on number of times an author's publications were cited in publications of others, Easton ranked seventh among the twenty most significant political scientist contributors in the period 197079. ------ 2. World War II of folding machine After enlisting in the United States Army at Newark, New Jersey on October 22, 1940 for a term of service with the army's Philippine Department, Burlazzi was assigned Army Serial Number 12009274. Military records at the time noted that the highest level of education he had completed was "grammar school" and that, at the time of his enlistment, he was unmarried with no dependents. Following training at Fort Devens, Massachusetts, he and the other members of his unit boarded the troop transport, USS Heywood in New York City and, on January 9, 1942, sailed for England, where they were stationed until they were sent to North Africa during the fall of that same year. While serving as a rifleman with the U.S. Army's 1st Infantry Division (also known as the "Big Red One"), Burlazzi was killed by friendly fire from U.S. Artillery guns on March 23, 1943 while operating a machine gun in the Battle of Tunisia on the North African front as Allied forces were engaged in combat with Axis tanks and infantry. At the time of his death, he had been a veteran of ten successive battles, and had also been credited with aiding in the capture of troops from Nazi Germany. In his book, Patton's First Victory: How General George Patton Turned the Tide in North Africa and Defeated the Afrika Korps at El Guettar, author Leo Barron recounts how the fighting unfolded that day near El Guettar, Tunisia, including the final assault by German tanks and infantry "at 1640 hours." As one company of outnumbered U.S. artillerymen were forced to retreat from the base of Dj bou Rhedja (Hill 483) after spiking their guns, members of the U.S. 18th Infantry's 1st Battalion were reporting that German infantry and panzers had surrounded the 18th's 3rd Battalion at the El Keddah Ridge (Hill 336), and were also approaching the rear of the 1st Battalion. Nearly also pushed to retreat by approaching panzers and infantry around this same time were soldiers assigned to the 32nd Field Artillery's Battery A who, at 1737 hours, were ordered, to hold their position at all cost. Also around the same time, Burlazzi and other members from K Company in the "Big Red One" (1st Infantry) were fighting to protect another hill on the U.S. Army's southern flank. Facing a German halftrack advance and running low on ammunition, they took up defensive positions behind rocks, and began firing down from their high ground. Shortly thereafter, Burlazzi and private first class Raymond F. Villeneuve volunteered to seize and wield an abandoned M1917 machine gun. "Creeping and crawling under heavy artillery, grenades, and small-arms fire, the two privates finally obtained the gun, and placed it in action," according to the citation for valor they later received. Villeneuve started to swing the gun back and forth, raking Axis lines. The impact of the weapon was immediate. Within minutes, two German machine guns were down, and the hillside began to fill up with German dead. Chastened, the panzergrenadiers withdrew. The two soldiers lifted the hefty and unwieldy piece and carried it to another position to keep the pressure on the enemy.But, just as they were gaining the advantage militarily, Burlazzi and Villeneuve were hit by a barrage from a U.S. artillery battery that mistakenly fired on their position after having been given incorrect firing coordinates. Hit in the face and blinded, Villeneuve survived; however, Burlazzi and 36 others were killed. In recognition of his bravery, Joseph Burlazzi was posthumously awarded the Distinguished Service Cross, which was accepted on his behalf by his brother, Guido. Describing Joseph Burlazzi's final act of valor, Brigadier General E. L. Ford wrote: . during assault on enemy forces . Burlazzi and another man volunteered . into the face of enemy fire to take up an abandoned machine gun position . they were responsible for turning an enemy assault into a retreat and allowing our own troops to advance. (they) moved (the) machine gun position . Burlazzi went up with his rifle to provide security for his companion and was struck and killed by artillery fire.Burlazzi's grave is located in section H, plot 9611 at the Long Island National Cemetery in East Farmingdale, New York.
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1. Dominic Anciano of folding machine Dominic Anciano (born 1959) is an English producer, actor, director, writer and comedian best known for his role as Sgt. Dominic de Sade in the British comedy television series Operation Good Guys. His first notable work was in the pioneering days of the pop and rock videos, when he wrote, produced and directed a significant number of award winning shorts. His first foray into feature films was with Philip Ridley's The Reflecting Skin where he was the producer along with Ray Burdis. Dominic produced The Krays, also written by Philip Ridley and starring Gary and Martin Kemp. This film was one of the most successful, both critically and financially, in the UK indie industry, winning BAFTAS and The Evening Standard's best film award along with numerous other awards. In 1995 Dominic produced The Passion of Darkly Noon. Co-financed by the UK, Germany and Belgium this film attracted big American stars in the form of Brendan Fraser and Ashley Judd and went on to become a cult hit in the festival circuit, winning several awards, including Best Director at the Porto Film Festival. 1995 also saw Anciano step away from the arthouse fold to work on Stephen Norrington's Death Machine, where he also made a cameo appearance as a corpse is a restaurant! In 1997 Anciano and Burdis turned to their own creations jointly writing, directing, producing and starring in the TV series Operation Good Guys. Anciano appeared as Sgt. Dominic de Sade (the first of several productions where he would cast himself using his own forename) and Burdis appeared as Det. Sgt. Ash. Operation Good Guys was seen as a ground breaking series for the BBC and won the coveted Silver Rose D'or and Prix de la presse at Montreux. Dominic went on to Write, produce and direct three successful seasons. Anciano then turned his attentions to the world of film. Taking the award winning formula of Operation Good Guys, he then co wrote produced and directed "Final Cut" which starred Jude Law and Sadie Frost. Using a unique approach to film making with improvisation and video techniques, the film caught the imagination of the critics and film festivals. The Guardian called Final Cut "Genius" and the film showed at Cannes. The next year Anciano/Burdis was approached by the BBC to write, produce and direct "Love Honour and Obey" a comedy/drama based in the dark world of London's criminal gangs. Although not loved by the British critics the film went on to be one of the financially most successful in the Brit indie scene of that year. Both films had a stellar cast including Jude Law, Jonny Lee Miller, Ray Winstone, Rhys Ifans and Sean Pertwee. Since 2001 Anciano has directed and written a number of TV productions. Moving away from comedy and into action/drama he has written several TV screenplays along with film scripts that have been successfully sold around the world. In 2006 Dominic became the creative director for Warner Music Entertainment, which heralded his move into new media. Anciano still continues to write and direct and lives in Spain and London. ------ 2. Achievements of folding machine Chowdiah designed the seven-stringed violin to ensure that the accompanist could match the vocalist (the need for this was felt especially in the early and mid-20th century when no amplification devices were available). He was known as Pitilu Chowdiah Pitilu (fiddle) being the word for violin in South Indian languages such as Kannada . As he hailed from Tirumakudalu Narasipura near Mysore, so he is also known as Mysore T. Chowdiah. Chowdiah founded the Ayyanar College of music, in Mysore to fulfill his guru Bidaram Krishnappa's dream of opening an institution of learning and advanced studies in music at " Prasanna Seetha Rama Mandira". Mr. K. Puttu Rao, a senior advocate of the city, was the secretary of Bidaram Krishnappa's Prasanna Seetha Rama Mandiram at that time, and he offered all the necessary support to set up the institution. Chowdiah started the institution with his disciple Ramarathnam as the vice-principal of Ayyanar College of Music, Mysore. Hundreds of students have been trained in vocal, violin, veena and flute at the Ayyanar College of Music. The college also trained many blind students who were provided the Government of India scholarships. Well known students of Mysore Ramarathnam from this school include late N. Nanjunda Swamy (vocal music), late Dr B.R. Shyamachar (flute), Late C.M. Madhuranath (flute), Late T. R. Srinivasan (vocal music), Late B. Srinivasa Iyengar (veena and vocal), Late Rangaswamy Iyengar (violin), K. J. Venkatachar (vocal and violin), G. R.Jaya, Indira, Lalita, Padma and others. The students of this college were trained to appear for junior, senior, and proficiency examinations in flute, violin, veena and vocal music. Chowdiah, the Principal often visited the college of music and would listen, observe, supervise and give suggestions to students and the administrators. Chowdiah composed many varnas, kirthana's and thillanas. In the early days every one had seen vidwans like Musuri Subramanya Iyer, GNB, Maharajapura Vishwanatha Iyer participate in films. Motivated by this, Chowdiah produced a movie called Vani, for which he was also the music director. Those days there was a well known dramatist Hiranniah who, acted in the film and also helped Chowdiah with lyrics and scripts for songs in the movie "Vani". The lyrics for these songs consisted of dramatic tunes and, were not of the standard for compositions in carnatic music. So, this motivated Chowdiah to start composing. He has composed nearly 50 compositions in Sanskrit and Kannada including varna's, kirthana's and thillanas. All of these have been edited and brought out in the form of a book "Chowdiah's Compositions" by Prof. Mysore V. Ramarathnam, which were published by University of Mysore. He was awarded the Sangeetha Kalanidhi title by Madras Music Academy in 1957. He also received the Sangeetha Kalasikhamani award conferred on him by The Indian Fine Arts Society in 1958. To honour the memory of his Guru, he completed the Bidaram Krishnappa Rama Mandira in Mysore as Bidram Krishnappa died before realising his dream on which he had spent all his fortune. ------ 3. Scholarship of folding machine Easton has been described as one of the "first generation of behavioral revolutionaries" in the discipline of political science. Like other early behavioralists, Easton initially sought to gain control over the masses of data being generated by social science research in the early 1950s, which they thought was overwhelming social scientists with quantitative and qualitative data in the absence of an organizing theoretical framework. Easton argued for development of a proper science of political studies that would produce reliable, universal knowledge about social phenomena, and that the purpose of scientific rules of procedure was to make possible the discovery of a highly generalized theory of politics. Easton's vision was one of a "general theory" of political science that would consist of a deductive system of thought so that a limited number of postulates, as assumptions and axioms, a whole body of empirically valid generalizations might be deduced in descending order of specificity and provide predictive causal explanations of political behavior. Easton's book The Political System drove home the failure of 1950s political science to build anything resembling coherent theories of politics or to develop systematic techniques for gathering and analyzing data, with which such theories might be constructed. The most widely known and used definition of politics was provided by Easton in his identification of the political system with the "authoritative allocation of values for a society." This provided many political scientists with a useful guideline for delimiting the content of political science. Some years later, after Easton became President of the American Political Science Association, he led the charge of a new post-behavioralist revolution, arguing that political science research should be both relevant and action-oriented, so it might better serve the needs of society by solving social and political problems revealed during the 1960s. This new revolution was not a change in the methods of inquiry but a change in orientation that grew out of a deep discontent with the direction of contemporary political research and which advocated more attention to the public responsibilities of the discipline and to relevant research on contemporary political problems and issues. According to John Gunnell, this was the official birth announcement of the public policy enterprise in political science which became the basis of the self-image of orthodox political science in the 1970s. With this shift came a distinct de-emphasis of concern for establishing a general unified theory as the core of the discipline, and a retreat from any pointed confrontation with the history of political theory. Easton is renowned for his application of systems theory to political science, and for his definition of politics as the "authoritative allocation of value" in A Framework for Political Analysis and A Systems Analysis of Political Life, both published in 1965. Easton's principal research interest is in elaborating a systems analytical approach as a central means of understanding how political systems operate. In recent years he has turned to structural constraints as a second major element underlying political systems. He has written about the influence of political structure on various aspects of political life, on the state and development of political science, and on the political socialization of children. In a reputational study of political scientists published in 1978, Easton ranked fourth among those most prominent during 194560, and second most prominent among those in the period 196070. In a subsequent reputational study based on number of times an author's publications were cited in publications of others, Easton ranked seventh among the twenty most significant political scientist contributors in the period 197079.
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1. Coach of folding machine Mount St. Mary's UniversityIn 1993, Mount St. Mary's University hired Mettrick as an assistant to the men's soccer team. In 1994, he moved up to the head coaching position. In his six seasons as head coach, he took Mount St. Mary's to a 574212 record. Loyola College in MarylandIn 2000, Loyola College in Maryland hired Mettrick as its head soccer coach, replacing the veteran Bill Sento, who had been at the helm for two decades. 20002002Mettrick's first three seasons at the Evergreen were quite successful. In 2000, he took advantage of a team that was largely intact from the 1999 season, adding only Scottish central defender Niall Lepper to the starting lineup, and led Loyola to its first national ranking since 1997. Despite a slow start in 2001 after a loss and a tie in a season-opening tournament in California, Loyola went onto a 19-game unbeaten streak before losing to Saint Louis in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Division I Tournament, relying primarily on the strength of its defense led by Lepper and three-time regional All-America goalkeeper Reb Beatty. Loyola ended the 2001 campaign with a record of 1722, including victories over nationally ranked Maryland (twice), Fairfield, and American, and finished ranked in the Top 10 in the nation. Mettrick was named the NSCAA South Atlantic Region Coach of the Year. Mettrick continued this success into the 2002 season; despite losing six starters, the core of the team in Lepper and Beatty returned and led Mettrick's gang to a 1353 record and another berth in the NCAA Tournament before falling to Furman. 20032006The 2003 season was Mettrick's first with a team based solely on his recruits; from 2000 to 2002, the majority of the starting lineup consisted of players that had been recruited by Bill Sento. Further complicating matters was the loss of Beatty and Lepper Loyola's two best players due to graduation. Loyola was able to reach the MAAC Championship game in 2003 but was defeated in the final by Saint Peter's, starting a streak of four consecutive years without an MAAC championship. This streak included losing seasons in both 2005 and 2006. 20072013Under pressure to turn things around, Mettrick took the best pieces of his 2006 team and added several new recruits, leading to an incredible change of fortune. In both 2007 and 2008 he coached the Greyhounds into the NCAA Tournament, reaching the second round both years. In 2008, he was awarded the NSCAA/Adidas Coach of the Year award for the North Atlantic Region after leading the team to an undefeated regular season in the MAAC. The Greyhounds reached the NCAA College Cup for a school Division I record third-straight season in 2009. Loyola then finished with a 972 record in 2010. Mettrick was relieved of his duties on November 12, 2013. ------ 2. Hyperbolic crochet of folding machine While attending a geometry workshop in 1997, she saw fragile paper models of hyperbolic planes, designed by geometer William Thurston. She decided to make more durable models, and did so by crocheting them. Due to her success in this she was invited, together with her husband David Henderson, a math professor also at Cornell, to give a presentation at a Cornell workshop. Crocheted mathematical models later appeared in three geometry textbooks they wrote together, of which the most popular is Experiencing Geometry: Euclidean and non-Euclidean with History. An article about Taimia's innovation in New Scientist was spotted by the Institute For Figuring, a small non-profit organisation based in Los Angeles, and she was invited to speak about hyperbolic space and its connections with nature to a general audience which included artists and movie producers. Taimia's initial lecture and following other public presentations sparked great interest in this new tactile way of exploring concepts of hyperbolic geometry, making this advanced topic accessible to wide audiences. Originally creating purely mathematical models, Taimia soon became popular as a fiber artist and public presenter for general audiences of ages five and up. In June 2005, her work was first shown as art in an exhibition "Not The Knitting You Know" at Eleven Eleven Sculpture Space, an art gallery in Washington, D.C. Since then she has participated regularly in various shows in galleries in US, UK, Latvia, Italy, Belgium, Ireland. Her artwork is in the collections of several private collectors, colleges and universities, and has been included in the American Mathematical Model Collection of the Smithsonian Museum, CooperHewitt, National Design Museum, and Institut Henri Poincar. Her work has received wide interest in media. It has been written about in 'Knit Theory' in Discover magazine and in The Times, explaining how a hyperbolic plane can be knitted by increasing the number of stitches: For example, adding an extra stitch in the second line for every five stitches in the first. And for every five stitches in the second line, adding an extra one in the third. The number of stitches increases at an exponential rate. As the lines are longer, but joined together, the material quickly starts to fold in interesting ways. Alex Bellos, The TimesMargaret Wertheim interviewed Daina Taimia and David Henderson for Cabinet Magazine Later, the Institute For Figuring published a brochure "A Field Guide to Hyperbolic Space". In 2005 the IFF decided to incorporate Taimia's ideas and approach of explaining hyperbolic space in their mission of popularizing mathematics, and curated an exhibition at Machine Project gallery, which was the subject of a piece in the Los Angeles Times. Taimia's way of exploring hyperbolic space via crochet and connections with nature, combatting math phobia, was adapted by Margaret Wertheim in her talks and became highly successful in the IFF-curated Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef project. ------ 3. Achievements of folding machine Chowdiah designed the seven-stringed violin to ensure that the accompanist could match the vocalist (the need for this was felt especially in the early and mid-20th century when no amplification devices were available). He was known as Pitilu Chowdiah Pitilu (fiddle) being the word for violin in South Indian languages such as Kannada . As he hailed from Tirumakudalu Narasipura near Mysore, so he is also known as Mysore T. Chowdiah. Chowdiah founded the Ayyanar College of music, in Mysore to fulfill his guru Bidaram Krishnappa's dream of opening an institution of learning and advanced studies in music at " Prasanna Seetha Rama Mandira". Mr. K. Puttu Rao, a senior advocate of the city, was the secretary of Bidaram Krishnappa's Prasanna Seetha Rama Mandiram at that time, and he offered all the necessary support to set up the institution. Chowdiah started the institution with his disciple Ramarathnam as the vice-principal of Ayyanar College of Music, Mysore. Hundreds of students have been trained in vocal, violin, veena and flute at the Ayyanar College of Music. The college also trained many blind students who were provided the Government of India scholarships. Well known students of Mysore Ramarathnam from this school include late N. Nanjunda Swamy (vocal music), late Dr B.R. Shyamachar (flute), Late C.M. Madhuranath (flute), Late T. R. Srinivasan (vocal music), Late B. Srinivasa Iyengar (veena and vocal), Late Rangaswamy Iyengar (violin), K. J. Venkatachar (vocal and violin), G. R.Jaya, Indira, Lalita, Padma and others. The students of this college were trained to appear for junior, senior, and proficiency examinations in flute, violin, veena and vocal music. Chowdiah, the Principal often visited the college of music and would listen, observe, supervise and give suggestions to students and the administrators. Chowdiah composed many varnas, kirthana's and thillanas. In the early days every one had seen vidwans like Musuri Subramanya Iyer, GNB, Maharajapura Vishwanatha Iyer participate in films. Motivated by this, Chowdiah produced a movie called Vani, for which he was also the music director. Those days there was a well known dramatist Hiranniah who, acted in the film and also helped Chowdiah with lyrics and scripts for songs in the movie "Vani". The lyrics for these songs consisted of dramatic tunes and, were not of the standard for compositions in carnatic music. So, this motivated Chowdiah to start composing. He has composed nearly 50 compositions in Sanskrit and Kannada including varna's, kirthana's and thillanas. All of these have been edited and brought out in the form of a book "Chowdiah's Compositions" by Prof. Mysore V. Ramarathnam, which were published by University of Mysore. He was awarded the Sangeetha Kalanidhi title by Madras Music Academy in 1957. He also received the Sangeetha Kalasikhamani award conferred on him by The Indian Fine Arts Society in 1958. To honour the memory of his Guru, he completed the Bidaram Krishnappa Rama Mandira in Mysore as Bidram Krishnappa died before realising his dream on which he had spent all his fortune. ------ 4. Biography of folding machine Born in Florence, South Carolina, Moore began playing basketball while attending Wilson High School where she was in the starting line-up for all four years, and achieved early success, earning the MVP award at the 1975 and 1976 AAU Junior Olympic Games. Moore, who commenced her collegiate career with Anderson Junior College for one semester (where she amassed 177 points in eight games), transferred to Francis Marion University, and, because of AIAW rules, she was immediately eligible to play the remainder of the 197576 season for the campus's team, the Patriots. Patriots head coach Sylvia Hatchell reflected on Moore's unique ability to score: "She was outside, inside, she could handle the ball, draw fouls. I saw her wait for the defense to catch up with her so she could draw the foul and make a 3-point play. She was ahead of her time". During her junior year, Moore posted a then single-game record 60 points in a victory over Eastern Washington State College in the 1978 AIAW Small College National Tournament. On March 10, 1979, in her final collegiate game, Moore scored 42 points against the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga to break the previous all-time record of 4,045 career points, previously set by Travis Grant of Kentucky State University. Overall, Moore averaged 30.6 points per game during her stint at Francis Marion, scored a total of 4,061 points in an era where the three-point arc was not incorporated into women's basketball, and helped lead the Patriots to three national championship appearances. Throughout her career with Francis Marion, Moore always scored in double-figures, and posted less than 20 points in only 18 of her total 128 games, which both testify to her dominance offensively. Moore graduated from Francis Marion in 1979 with a Bachelor of Science degree in sociology. She was subsequently selected in the first round by the New York Stars in the Women's Professional Basketball League draft. In her first professional season, the Stars concluded their regular schedule with the highest winning-percentage in the league. Despite a 36-point game from "Machine Gun" Molly Bolin of the Iowa Cornets, the Stars won the championship series behind a 27-point effort by Moore. She played another season, joining the St. Louis Streak, and participated in the 1981 WBL All-Star Game. When the WBL folded, Moore played the final season of her professional career with the Foreign Pro League of Venezuela. Following her pro career, Moore coached high-school teams. She has received recognition for her accomplishments in women's basketball with her induction into the FMU Athletic Hall of Fame in 1992 and the Women's Hall of Fame in 2011. Michael Hawkins, who nominated Moore for the latter honor, called her one of college basketball's most prolific scorers and the best player Francis Marion ever produced. Moore currently hosts her own girls' basketball camp.
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