2014–15 Russian Basketball Cup

Russian Basketball Cup Champions Novosibirsk Runners-up Dynamo Moscow Semifinalists Krasnye Krylia Spartak Primorye Teams 44← 2013–14 2015–16 →The 2014–15 Russian Basketball Cup was the 14th season of the annual cup tournament in Russia. The Final Four was played in Novosibirsk on 28–29 March 2015.Contents 1 Rules 2 Participants 3 Final Four 4 ReferencesRules[edit] Teams were only allowed to play with Russian players.[1] Participants[edit] Defending champions Unics Kazan did not participate, just like other Russian Euroleague teams CSKA Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod. Of the VTB United League, only 3 teams (Khimki, Krasnye Krylia and Krasny Oktyabr) participated. Final Four[edit]Semifinals 28 March 2015 Finals 29 March 2015             Krasnye Krylia 82Dynamo Moscow 86Dynamo Moscow 78Novosibirsk 81 Novosibirsk 64 Spartak Primorye 55References[edit] ^ Европейцев: только российские баскетболисты смогут играть в Кубке России (Only Russian players can play in the Cup Competition). thanks wikipedia.

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Binary liquid

Binary liquid is a type of chemical combination, which creates a special reaction or feature as a result of two liquid chemicals, normally inert or having no function by themselves, being mixed. A number of chemical products are produced as a result of mixing two chemicals as a binary liquid, such as plastic foams and some explosives. See also[edit]Binary chemical weapon Thermophoresis Percus-Yevick equationReferences[edit] Wei, I Chien; Rowley, Richard L. (1984). “Binary liquid mixture viscosities and densities”. Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data 29 (3): 332–335. doi:10.1021/je00037a032. ISSN 0021-9568.  Ashcroft, N.; Langreth, David (1967). “Structure of Binary Liquid Mixtures. I”. Physical Review 156 (3): 685–692. doi:10.1103/PhysRev.156.685. ISSN 0031-899X.  Ashcroft, N.; Langreth, David (1967). “Structure of Binary Liquid Mixtures. II. Resistivity of Alloys and the Ion-Ion Interaction”. Physical Review 159 (3): 500–510. doi:10.1103/PhysRev.159.500. ISSN 0031-899X. External links[edit]Phase separation of a binary liquid mixture in porous media studied by nuclear magnetic resonance cryoporometry Surface adsorption and orientation near the critical point of binary liquid mixtures Binary liquid mixtures in porous solids This chemistry-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Convoy PQ 18

Convoy PQ 18 under attack v t e Arctic naval operations of World War IIWeserübung Norwegian Campaign Convoys Claymore Gauntlet PQ 7 PQ 8 PQ 12 Sportpalast PQ 13 PQ 14 QP 10 PQ 15 QP 11 PQ 16 PQ 17 Rösselsprung QP 13 Wunderland PQ 18 QP 14 Doppelschlag QP 15 JW 51A JW 51B Regenbogen Barents Sea JW 55B Ostfront North Cape JW 56A JW 56B JW 57 JW 58 Convoy PQ 18 was one of the Arctic convoys sent from Britain to aid the Soviet Union in the war against Nazi Germany. The convoy departed Loch Ewe, Scotland on 2 September 1942 and arrived in Arkhangelsk on 21 September 1942. Following the disastrous losses to Convoy PQ 17, the British were determined to provide the convoy with air cover. The new escort carrier HMS Avenger had arrived from the United States and formed the core of the escorting force. The convoy was postponed because a large part of the Royal Navy was engaged in Operation Pedestal, protecting a vital convoy to Malta in August.Contents 1 Ships 2 Air forces 3 Battle 4 Assessment 5 Ships of the convoy 6 Notes 7 References 8 External linksShips[edit] See also: Order of battle for Convoy PQ 18 The convoy consisted of forty merchant ships (11 British, 20 US, six Soviet and three Panamanian) and four Fleet auxiliaries; two oilers, a rescue ship and a CAM ship. Close escort was provided by a force led by Commander A. B. Russell, in the destroyer Malcolm, with two other destroyers Achates and Amazon, two anti-aircraft ships, four Flower-class corvettes, four A/S trawlers and three minesweepers. The escort was supported by a carrier group (the escort carrier Avenger and her accompanying destroyers), and a “Fighting Destroyer Escort” of 16 Fleet destroyers commanded by Rear Admiral Robert Burnett in the cruiser Scylla. The escort was augmented by local escort forces from Britain to Iceland (Campbell and six other destroyers and five trawlers) and from Murmansk (four Soviet destroyers and three minesweepers). Distant cover was provided by a Heavy Cover Force (the battleships Anson and Duke of York, a cruiser and six destroyers under the command of Vice Admiral Bruce Fraser) and a Cruiser Cover Force of three cruisers and their destroyer escort commanded by Vice Admiral Bonham-Carter. Concurrent with PQ 18, the Royal Navy sent two forces to Spitzbergen, a Cruiser force with reinforcements for the garrison there and a Replenishment group for the convoy; these would also be available to support PQ 18. To guard aga. thanks wikipedia.

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Waspam Airport

Waspam Airport IATA: WSP – ICAO: MNWP Summary Airport type Public Location Waspam Elevation AMSL 115 ft / 35 m Coordinates 14°44′16″N 083°58′15″W / 14.73778°N 83.97083°W / 14.73778; -83.97083Coordinates: 14°44′16″N 083°58′15″W / 14.73778°N 83.97083°W / 14.73778; -83.97083 MapWaspam AirportLocation in Nicaragua RunwaysDirection Length Surface m ft 03/21 1,250 4,101 Gravel GCM[1] HERE Maps[2]Waspam Airport (IATA: WSP, ICAO: MNWP) is an airport that serves Waspam, Nicaragua. Waspam airport has been closed since October 2013 due to security issues involving a strike in which a local airline Cessna Caravan with two pilots was held hostage for 6 days.Contents 1 Domestic airlines 2 See also 3 References 4 External linksDomestic airlines[edit] Airlines Destinations La Costeña Managua See also[edit] Nicaragua portalAviation portal List of airports in Nicaragua Transport in NicaraguaReferences[edit] ^ Airport information for WSP at Great Circle Mapper. ^ HERE Maps – Waspam External links[edit]OpenStreetMaps – Waspamv t eAirports in NicaraguaBluefields Bonanza Chinandega Corn Island Los Brasiles León Managua Montelimar Nueva Guinea Ometepe Puerto Cabezas Punta Huete Rosita San Carlos San Juan de Nicaragua Siuna WaspamThis article about a Central American airport is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Orders, decorations, and medals of Senegal

The Republic of Senegal awards the following orders, decorations and medals.Contents 1 National Order of the Lion 2 National Order of Merit 3 Order of August 20 4 Order of Academic Palms 5 Order of Agricultural Merit 6 Military medals 7 Medals of Honour 8 Women’s Medal 9 Other medals 10 References 11 External linksNational Order of the Lion[edit] The National Order of the Lion was founded on 22 October 1960. It has a green ribbon.[1] It has the following ranks: Grand CrossGrand OfficerCommanderOfficerKnight.Recipients include: Grand CrossJuan Carlos I of Spain, 1978[2] Albert II, Prince of Monaco, 2010Grand OfficerAga Khan IV, 1982 Salim Ahmed Salim, 2000CommanderTorild Skard, 1998 Jacques Paul Klein, 2003KnightAminata Sow Fall, writer, 2006 Mbaye Diagne, 2005 (posthumously)[3]National Order of Merit[edit] The Order of Merit was founded on 22 October 1960. Its ribbon is green with a narrow yellow central stripe. It has the following ranks: Grand CrossGrand OfficerCommanderOfficerKnightRecipients include: KnightAminata Sow Fall, writer, 2006OfficerMohamed Mjid, President of the Royal Moroccan Federation of Tennis, 2009 Jocelyne Berouard, Groupe antillais KASSAV’, 1996 Jacob Devarieux, Groupe antillais KASSAV’, 1996Order of August 20[edit] The Order of August 20 was founded on 2 October 1960. Its ribbon is red with a central black stripe. Order of Academic Palms[edit] The Order of Academic Palms was founded on 23 December 1974. Its ribbon is purple with a yellow central stripe. It has the following ranks: CommanderOfficerKnightOrder of Agricultural Merit[edit] The Order of Agricultural Merit was founded on 7 August 1982. Its ribbon is blue with a maroon central stripe and green edges. It has the following ranks: CommanderOfficerKnightMilitary medals[edit] Cross of Military ValorInstituted: 1 February 1968. Awarded: for acts of valour in peace or war. Ribbon: maroon with a yellow-edged black central stripe. Military MedalInstituted: 28 April 1964. Awarded: for acts of valour or to NCOs for long and meritorious service. Ribbon: green with a yellow central stripe and narrow yellow edges. Wound MedalAwarded: for sustaining wounds in combat. Ribbon: green with a narrow red central stripe. Medals of Honour[edit] Medal of Honour of the ArmyInstituted: 12 March 2007. Ribbon: red with blue edges. Medal of Honour of the GendarmerieInstituted: 1978. Ribbon: blue with a green,. thanks wikipedia.

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Lawrence Bulger

Lawrence BulgerFull name Lawrence Quinlivan Bulger Date of birth (1870-02-05)5 February 1870 Place of birth County Clare, Republic of Ireland Date of death 17 March 1928(1928-03-17) (aged 58) Place of death Twickenham, England School Blackrock College University Trinity College, Dublin Rugby union career Playing career Position Wing Professional / senior clubs Years Club / team Caps (points)Dublin University Lansdowne London Irish National team(s) Years Club / team Caps (points) 1896–1898 1896 Ireland British Isles XV 8 4 (22) (3) Lawrence ‘Larry’ Quinlivan Bulger (5 February 1870 – 17 March 1928)[1] was an Irish rugby union player, athlete and doctor. Bulger played international rugby for Ireland and in 1896 was chosen to represent a British Isles XV in their tour of South Africa. Bulger, who was nicknamed ‘Fat Cupid’,[2] was described as an elusive runner and a devastating tackler, one of Ireland’s outstanding players.[2]Contents 1 History 2 Rugby career2.1 Blackrock 2.2 Ireland 2.3 British Isles XV 3 Notes 4 ReferencesHistory[edit] Lawrence Bulger was born in County Clare in 1870.[3] The Bulger family lived in Moore Street, Kilrush, where his father, Daniel Scanlan Bulger, was a woollen merchant and draper and ran a loan office.[4] His mother Anne, née Delany, was from Limerick.[5] Later the Bulgers moved to Dublin, where Daniel was a stockbroker and city councillor. It was a sporting family. Lawrence and his brother Michael were educated at Blackrock College.[6] Both of Lawrence’s older brothers, Michael Joseph Bulger and Daniel Delany Bulger, were notable athletes: Michael also played rugby for Ireland and was one of the umpires whose aid disqualified Italian marathon runner Dorando Pietri at the 1908 Olympics; while Daniel was a five time British AAA athletics champion.[7] Lawrence Bulger was an Irish 220-yard sprint champion, and through his connection with athletics was a representative at the Sorbonne in Paris when Pierre de Coubertin suggested the creation of a modern Olympic Games.[8] Bulger was taken ill at Twickenham on Saint Patrick’s Day, 1928 and died shortly after leaving the ground.[9] He was 58. Rugby career[edit] Blackrock[edit] Lawrence Bulger was a member of the Blackrock College side which won the first Leinster Schools Cup in 1887.[10] Ireland[edit] After Bulger left Blackrock, he gained entry to Trinity College, Dublin where he studied medicine. While at Trinity he repr. thanks wikipedia.

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Presumed ocular histoplasmosis syndrome

Retinal photograph of ocular histoplasmosis Presumed ocular histoplasmosis syndrome (POHS) is a syndrome affecting the eye, which is characterized by peripheral atrophic chorioretinal scars, atrophy or scarring adjacent to the optic disc and maculopathy. The loss of vision in POHS is caused by choroidal neovascularization.Contents 1 Causes 2 Presentation 3 Diagnosis 4 Treatment 5 See also 6 ReferencesCauses[edit] Despite its name, the “presumed” relationship of POHS to Histoplasma capsulatum is controversial.[1][2] The fungus has rarely been isolated from cases with POHS,[3][medical citation needed] the condition has also been found in locations where histoplasmosis is rare,[4] and there appears to be a relationship with tobacco smoking.[medical citation needed] Presentation[edit] The diagnosis of POHS is based on the clinical triad of multiple white, atrophic choroidal scars, peripapillary pigment changes (dark spots around optic disc of the eye), and a maculopathy caused by choroidal neovascularization. Completely distinct from POHS, acute ocular histoplasmosis may rarely occur in immunodeficiency.[5][6] Diagnosis[edit] Fluorescein angiography is usually performed for diagnosis and follow-up of patients with POHS. Treatment[edit] Treatment requires careful consideration of angiographic findings when a choroidal neovascular membrane is suspected which is a condition that responds to treatment. A vitreo-retinal specialist (an ophthalmologist specialized in treatment of retinal diseases) should be consulted for proper management of the case. Presumed ocular histoplasmosis syndrome and age-related macular degeneration (AMD) have been successfully treated with laser, anti-vascular endothelial growth factors and photodynamic therapy. Ophthalmologists are using anti-vascular endothelial growth factors to treat AMD and similar conditions since research indicates that vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) is one of the causes for the growth of the abnormal vessels that cause these conditions. See also[edit]Uveitis There is a Dutch website about POHS. ( http://www.pohs.nl )References[edit] ^ Thuruthumaly, C; Yee, D. C.; Rao, P. K. (2014). “Presumed ocular histoplasmosis”. Current Opinion in Ophthalmology 25 (6): 508–12. doi:10.1097/ICU.0000000000000100. PMID 25237930 ^ Nielsen, J. S.; Fick, T. A.; Saggau, D. D.; Barnes, C. H. (2012). “Intravitreal anti-vascular endothelial growth factor therapy for choroidal neovascularization secondary. thanks wikipedia.

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Lanttulaatikko

Lanttulaatikko Lanttulaatikko or swede casserole is a swede (rutabaga) casserole that is a traditional Christmas dish of Finland. It is usually served with a few other casseroles at the Christmas table as a side dish to ham, fish or other meats. Traditional lanttulaatikko is made of boiled and mashed swedes sweetened and enriched with a mixture of bread crumbs, egg, cream, treacle, butter, and seasoned with salt and various spices (such as ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg). This mixture is placed in a roasting dish, often with a decorative pattern forked over it (or topped with more bread crumbs). It is then baked in a low oven at 175 °C (347 °F) for an hour and a half.[1] See also[edit]List of casserole dishesReferences[edit] ^ http://www.kotikokki.net/reseptit/nayta/2267/Lanttulaatikko/. thanks wikipedia.

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Vang Evangelical Lutheran Church

Vang Evangelical Lutheran Church U.S. National Register of Historic PlacesLocation 200 W. LeGrand St., Manfred, North Dakota Coordinates 47°41′43″N 99°45′2″W / 47.69528°N 99.75056°W / 47.69528; -99.75056Coordinates: 47°41′43″N 99°45′2″W / 47.69528°N 99.75056°W / 47.69528; -99.75056 Area less than one acre Built 1906 Architect Fanning, W.; et al. Architectural style Late Gothic Revival NRHP Reference # 01000674[1] Added to NRHP June 21, 2001 The Vang Evangelical Lutheran Church is a historic church located in Wells County, North Dakota. [2] Vang Evangelical Lutheran Church was built in 1906 by immigrants from Norway. It is situated at West LeGrand St. in the small unorganized village of Manfred, North Dakota and is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. During 2011, the church became a listed building on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).[1] [3] [4] References[edit] ^ a b Staff (2010-07-09). “National Register Information System”. National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.  ^ “Vang Lutheran Church – National Register Of Historic Places Registration Form” (PDF). NPS.Org. May 15, 2001. Retrieved September 3, 2015.  ^ “Vang Lutheran Church”. Lutherans.com. Retrieved September 3, 2015.  ^ “Vang Lutheran Church” (PDF). Manfrednd.org. Retrieved September 3, 2015.  External links[edit]75th anniversary : Vang American Lutheran Church (1970) from the Digital Horizons website National Register of Historic Places Registration Formv t e U.S. National Register of Historic Places TopicsArchitectural style categories Contributing property Historic district History of the National Register of Historic Places Keeper of the Register National Park Service Property types Lists by statesAlabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Lists by insular areasAmerican Samoa Guam Minor Outlying Islands Northern Mariana Islands Puerto Ri. thanks wikipedia.

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Bolt (character)

This article is about the character. For the 2008 film, see Bolt (2008 film). For the video game, see Bolt (video game).This article describes a work or element of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. Please help rewrite it to explain the fiction more clearly and provide non-fictional perspective. (August 2011) Bolt Bolt characterFirst appearance Bolt Created by Chris Williams Byron Howard Joe Moshier Voiced by John Travolta Information Species Dog Gender Male Nationality American Bolt is a fictional White German Shepherd Dog and the eponymous protagonist of the 2008 animated feature film Bolt. In the film, he is voiced by John Travolta. His journey and the personal evolution it provokes in him is core to the film’s main themes. In the film, he has spent his entire life from early puppyhood on the set of a television show, kept isolated from the outside world. In the show, Bolt must use his superpowers to save his owner and co-star Penny, whom he loves dearly, from the evil Dr. Calico. However, Bolt believes that he actually has the superpowers possessed by his television character, a delusion the directors of the show maintain by tricking Bolt into thinking his adventures are real, in order to make his performance more authentic. The character Bolt was created by Chris Williams and Byron Howard together with the chief character designer Joe Moshier. Much of the inspiration for the character was provided by John Lasseter who also oversaw Bolt’s visual development. Aside from the film, Bolt also appears in the direct-to-video short film Super Rhino, the two video games Bolt and Disney Infinity, the Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom trade card role-playing game and has made cameo appearances in Wreck-It Ralph, Tangled and Big Hero 6. Bolt’s character received mostly positive critical acclaim from film critics and became breakout-character, leading to strong sales of merchandise and toys following the film’s release.Contents 1 Development1.1 Characterization and Design 1.2 Voice work 1.3 Physical appearance 1.4 Breed 2 Background2.1 Personality 3 Reception and Cultural Impact3.1 Cameo Appearances 4 References 5 External linksDevelopment[edit] Characterization and Design[edit] Early concept art of Bolt The character known as Bolt initially started out as a red, bipedal dog named Henry as designed by Chris Sanders. He, in difference to Bolt, would be aware of the fact that he is an actor. Henry, as w. thanks wikipedia.

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