Charles Peshall Plunkett Born (1864-02-15)February 15, 1864 Washington, D.C. Died March 24, 1931(1931-03-24) (aged 67) Washington, D.C. Place of burial Arlington National Cemetery Allegiance United States Service/branchUnited States Navy Years of service 1879–1928 Rank Rear Admiral Commands held North Dakota (BB-29) South Dakota (ACR-9) Battles/wars Spanish–American War World War I Awards Distinguished Service Medal Rear Admiral Charles Peshall Plunkett, (15 February 1864 – 24 March 1931) was an officer of the United States Navy who served in the Spanish–American War and World War I.Contents 1 Biography 2 Namesake 3 See also 4 ReferencesBiography Plunkett was born in Washington, D.C. and was appointed to the Naval Academy in 1879. During the Spanish–American War, he served in Admiral Dewey’s Squadron at the Battle of Manila Bay. He commanded both the battleship North Dakota (BB-29) and the armored cruiser South Dakota (ACR-9), and served as Director of Target Practice and Engineering Competitions for the Navy Department before the United States entered World War I. In July 1918, he assumed command of the five Naval Railway Batteries in France. Under his direction the mobile units of 14-inch battleship guns supported the French and American armies from 6 September until the Armistice, and was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal for his service during the war. He later commanded Destroyers, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, and served as Chief of Staff at the Naval War College; as President of the Board of Inspection and Survey; and as Commandant of the New York Navy Yard and the 3rd Naval District. Retiring in 1928, Rear Admiral Plunkett died, in Washington, D.C., on 24 March 1931. Namesake The Gleaves-class destroyer USS Plunkett (DD-431) was named in his honor. See also Biography portal United States Navy portal World War I portal References ^ “Charles Peshall Plunkett, Rear Admiral, United States Navy”. arlingtoncemetery.net. Retrieved 19 October 2010. ^ a b c d “Plunkett”. Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. Navy Department, Naval History & Heritage Command. Retrieved 19 October 2010. This article incorporates text from the public domain Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. The entry can be found here. Authority controlWorldCat Identities VIAF: 31764390. thanks wikipedia.
National Law University Odisha Motto सत्ये स्थितो धर्म: Type Public Established 2009 Chancellor Chief Justice of Orissa High Court Vice-Chancellor Prof. (Dr.) Srikrishna Deva Rao Students 635 Undergraduates 600 Location Cuttack, Odisha, India Campus Cuttack Website www.nluo.ac.in National Law University Odisha, Cuttack (NLUO) is an autonomous law university in India. The institute is located at Cuttack, Odisha, India. The University offers integrated B.A. LL.B. and B.B.A. LL.B. courses. The Institute offers under-graduate and post-graduate courses in various streams of law. Its first session began in 2009; classes started from 20 July 2009. The first batch consists of 120 students, 60 each in B.B.A LL.B and B.A. LL.B. The University has, shifted to its new campus at Naraj Barage in June, 2012. The new campus has an area of 50 acres (200,000 m2)sanctioned by the Odisha government. Odisha government has sanctioned Rs. 160 crore for campus development. The formal inaugural function of the university was on 31 October 2009. The first Vice Chancellor of the NLUO was Faizan Mustafa. Recently Registrar of National Law University, Delhi Prof. (Dr.) Srikrishna Deva Rao became the Vice-Chancellor of this University,Contents 1 University Structure 2 Intake and Reservation 3 Advantage 4 Eligibility for Under-Graduate Programmes 5 ReferencesUniversity Structure The NLUO Act: The National Law University of Odisha NLUO is a prime Law University founded through the National Law University Odisha NLUO Act of 2008. University is still in construction phase, although there are currently two boys hostel, one girls hostel and one guest house. Except for hostels, whole of the college is air conditioned. Intake and Reservation The total number of seats for both courses is 180, divided into 120 seats for B.A.LL.B and 60 for B.B.A LL.B. (Hons.) Study Program. Every applicant is individually considered by the Admissions Committee for acceptance into either program on the basis of the choice he/she makes. The category wise division of total 120 seats for both the courses is given in table below: Category Seats for BA LLb General 78 Scheduled Tribes 14 Scheduled Castes 10 Persons with Disability 04 Foreign Nationals 04 NRI 10 Total 120 Advantage The advantage which makes this University ahead of other counterpart, that it does not provide state domicile reservation. Therefore, all the student a. thanks wikipedia.
Frances Estelle Jones BonnerBorn 1919 St. Louis, Missouri, United States Died December 27, 2000 Citizenship United States Nationality African American Fields Psychoanalysis Institutions Massachusetts General Hospital Education Bennett College (1939) Alma mater Boston University (1943) Academic advisors R. Nathaniel Dett Willa Beatrice Player Notable awards Helen Putnam Fellowship Frances Jones Bonner (1919 – December 27, 2000) was an American psychoanalyst.Contents 1 Early Life and Education 2 Career 3 Death and legacy 4 References 5 External linksEarly Life and Education Frances Jones was born in 1919 in St. Louis, Missouri. Her parents were David Dallas Jones and Susie Pearl Willams. Bonner’s family moved to Greensboro, North Carolina in 1926 when her father became President of Bennett College for Women. Her mother worked as an administrator at Bennett College. After graduating high school, Bonner enrolled at Bennett College. She was very active in school activities and played on Bennett’s basketball team. During her undergraduate tenure in 1937, Bonner led a protest and boycott of the downtown Greensboro movie theaters because of the depictions of black women in film. Her advisors during this protest were R. Nathaniel Dett and future college President Willa Beatrice Player. After graduating from Bennett College in 1939, she went on to study abroad for a one year. Upon returning, Bonner was accepted to Boston University medical school where she graduated in 1943. She trained as a neurologist at Boston City Hospital which she completed in 1949. Career After completing her neurology training at Boston City Hospital, Bonner was hired at Massachusetts General Hospital in 1949 becoming the first African American woman to train and to become a faculty member at the hospital. During her time at MGH, she became the first winner of the Helen Putnam Fellowship from Radcliffe College. She worked at MGH for 50 years. Death and legacy Bonner died on December 27, 2000. Massachusetts General Hospital named the Frances J. Bonner, MD Award after her. References ^ a b c “Dept. of Psychiatry Center for Diversity – Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA”. massgeneral.org. ^ http://library.la84.org/SportsLibrary/JSH/JSH1999/JSH2603/JSH2603h.pdf 1999 ^ http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P2-8620628.html Dec. 28, 2000 External linksDr Frances Estelle Jones Bonner at Find a Grave. thanks wikipedia.
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This article relies too much on references to primary sources. Please improve this by adding secondary or tertiary sources. (August 2011) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) The International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA) is an organization incorporated in the United States in 1981. The function of IALEIA is to advance standards of professionalism in law enforcement intelligence analysis at the local, state, national and international levels. IALEIA’s aim is to enhance general understanding of the role of intelligence analysis, encourage the recognition of law enforcement intelligence analysis as a professional endeavor, develop International qualification and competency standards, reinforce professional concepts, develop training standards and curricula, supply advisory and related services on intelligence analysis matters, conduct analytic-related research studies and provide the ability to disseminate information regarding analytical techniques and methods. IALEIA is the largest organization of its kind in the world. It is a sister organization to the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers (AIPIO). Its members are eligible for certification by IALEIA’s certification arm, formerly known as the Society of Certified Criminal Analysts (SCCA). It is also closely aligned with the Law Enforcement Intelligence Unit (LEIU), with which IALEIA has held joint annual conferences. IALEIA teaches a basic law enforcement intelligence analysis course called the Foundations of Intelligence Analysis Training (FIAT). It has been taught by analysts across North America, Europe, and in the Middle East. It is a five-day course developed by IALEIA members from their practical experience as analysts and is compliant with the standards in the National Criminal Intelligence Sharing Plan and the Law Enforcement Analytic Standards. Completion of this, or a similar course, is part of the standards for certification. IALEIA has also been involved in the publication of several intelligence-related documents. IALEIA has been a member of the Global Intelligence Working Group (GIWG) since its inception in 2002 and has assisted in the development of standards for analytic training and certification as well. IALEIA is a non-profit, 501(3)(c) organization with about twenty chapters in North and South America and other countries. Regular membership is open to those who are intelligence analysts or intelligence office. thanks wikipedia.
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Ryan ArchibaldPersonal information Born 1 September 1980 Auckland Medal recordMen’s Field Hockey Representing New Zealand Commonwealth Games2002 Manchester Team Champions Challenge2007 Boom TeamRyan Archibald (born 1 September 1980 in Auckland) is a field hockey player from New Zealand, who earned his first cap for the national team, nicknamed The Black Sticks, in 1997 against Malaysia. Currently he is a player for Somerville Hockey Club. International senior tournaments1998 – Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 1998 – Commonwealth Games 1999 – Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2000 – Olympic Qualifier 2000 – Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2001 – World Cup Qualifier 2002 – World Cup 2002 – Commonwealth Games 2003 – Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2003 – Champions Challenge 2004 – Olympic Qualifier 2004 – Champions Trophy 2005 – Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2006 – Commonwealth Games 2006 – Hockey World Cup 2007 – Champions Challenge 2008 – Olympic Games 2012 – Olympic GamesExternal linksProfile on New Zealand Hockey Ryan Archibald – International Tournaments v t e New Zealand squad – 1998 Commonwealth Games1 Timlin 2 Gosling 3 D. Smith 4 Parag 5 McIndoe 6 Hastie 7 Leaver 8 Buckley 9 Robinson 10 Archibald 11 Towns 12 Gill 13 Patel 14 Hari 15 Anderson 16 Bevin Coach: Cahillv t e New Zealand squad – 2000 Olympic Qualifying Tournament1 Towns 2 Patel 4 D. Smith 5 McIndoe 6 Hastie 7 Reynold 9 Leaver 10 Archibald 11 Parag 12 G. Russ 13 C. Russ 14 Hari 15 Anderson 17 Woolford 18 Burrows 19 Timlin 20 GillCoach: —v t e New Zealand squad – 2001 World Cup Qualifying Tournament1 Towns 2 Patel 3 Kosoof 4 Smith 6 Gosling 7 Hopping 8 Couzins 9 Leaver 10 Archibald 11 Parag 12 Puna 14 Hari 15 Bevin 16 Woolford 18 Burrows 20 Gill Coach: —v t e New Zealand squad – 2002 FIH World Cup1 S. Towns (c) 2 Patel 3 Kosoof 4 Smith 6 Gosling 7 Hopping 8 Couzins 10 Archibald 11 Parag 12 Puna 14 Hari 15 Bevin 16 Woolford 17 Robinson 18 Burrows. thanks wikipedia.
For the hotel in New York City, see Algonquin Hotel.This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (August 2012) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) The Algonquin ResortThe Algonquin ResortGeneral information Location St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada Coordinates 45°04′49″N 67°03′17″W / 45.08028°N 67.05472°W / 45.08028; -67.05472Coordinates: 45°04′49″N 67°03′17″W / 45.08028°N 67.05472°W / 45.08028; -67.05472 Opening June 1889 Owner Charlotte County Hospitality Partnership Management Marriott Hotels Technical details Floor count 4 Other information Number of rooms 234 Number of restaurants 2 The Algonquin Resort is a coastal resort hotel in the Tudor Revival style, in St. Andrews, New Brunswick. An architectural icon of New Brunswick, the hotel is the most famous symbol of St. Andrews and one of the most photographed buildings in the province. History The original Algonquin hotel was a massive wooden Shingle Style building built in 1889 by the St. Andrews Land Company, established in 1883 by American businessmen. Designed by a Boston architecture firm, it contained 80 guest rooms and opened in June of that year. By the late 19th century, the residents of St. Andrews and businessmen from Montreal and New England helped to develop the summer tourism that the hotel was creating among residents of humid inland cities of North America. The entire hotel, except for two later wings built in 1908 and 1912, succumbed to a 1914 fire and was destroyed. It was replaced on its same footprint by the present four-story Tudor Revival concrete replacement with a faux half-timbered façade and red slate roof. The architects of the 1914 hotel (which is essentially what is considered the present-day Algonquin) were Barott, Blackadder & Webster of Montreal. Large additional wings were added in the early 1990s and in the early 2010s. One of the original Algonquin’s best known attractions was its saltwater baths. Saltwater was pumped from Passamaquoddy Bay to the hotel atop the hill overlooking St. Andrews and held in water tanks in the hotel attic. Guests used bathtubs designed with four taps, two for fresh water and two for saltwater. In addition to the saltwater baths, the air offered by the Bay of Fundy, along with the local “Samson. thanks wikipedia.
This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (April 2014) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Tommaso BuscettaTommaso Buscetta in an undated photographBorn July 13, 1928 (1928-07-13) Palermo, Sicily, Italy Died April 2, 2000 (2000-04-03) (aged 71) New York, United States Occupation Mafioso, pentito Criminal charge* Drug trafficking * kidnapping Criminal penalty 14 years, later paroled Criminal status Deceased (natural causes)Tommaso Buscetta (Italian pronunciation: [tomˈmaːzo buʃˈʃetta]; 13 July 1928 – 2 April 2000) was a Sicilian mafioso. He was the first Mafia boss to turn informant, and explain the inner workings of the organisation. When interviewed by Giovanni Falcone, an investigating magistrate who told informants they would face serious consequences for any false testimony, Buscetta did not mention the allegations against Giulio Andreotti that he later made and then retracted.Contents 1 Early life 2 Pentito 3 In popular culture 4 References 5 Further reading 6 External linksEarly life He was the youngest of 17 children raised in a poverty-stricken area of Palermo, which he escaped by getting involved with crime at a young age. He first became involved with the Mafia in 1945 and in the following years he became a full-fledged member of the Porta Nuova Family. His first work was mostly smuggling cigarettes. After the Ciaculli Massacre in 1963, Buscetta fled to the United States where the local Gambino crime family helped him to get started in the pizza business. In 1968, Buscetta was convicted of double murder, but the conviction was in absentia as he was not actually in custody (In Italy, it is possible for fugitives to be prosecuted without them being present). In 1970 Buscetta was arrested in New York. Because Italian authorities did not ask for his extradition he was released. Buscetta moved on to Brazil where he set up a drug trafficking network. In 1972 Buscetta was arrested and tortured by the Brazilian military regime, and subsequently extradited to Italy where he began a life sentence for the earlier double murder conviction. In 1980, while on a day-release from prison, he fled again to Brazil to escape the brewing Mafia War instigated by Totò Riina that subsequently led to the deaths of many of Buscetta’s allies,. thanks wikipedia.
Look up Delhi belly in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Delhi Belly or Delhi belly may refer to:Delhi belly or Traveler’s diarrhea Delhi Belly (film), a 2011 Bollywood filmSee alsoMontezuma’s revenge (disambiguation) This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Delhi Belly. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. thanks wikipedia.
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Eumorpha triangulumEumorpha triangulum, adult Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Lepidoptera Family: Sphingidae Genus: Eumorpha Species: E. triangulum Binomial name Eumorpha triangulum (Rothschild & Jordan, 1903) Synonyms Pholus triangulum Rothschild & Jordan, 1903Eumorpha triangulum is a moth of the family Sphingidae. It is found in Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina and possibly south-eastern Paraguay. The wingspan is 99–119 mm for males and 103–130 mm for females. It is similar to Eumorpha anchemolus, but the forewing upperside pattern is more contrasting and variegated. There is a prominent discal spot found on the greenish buff basal area of the hindwing upperside. Adults are on wing year round. The larvae feed on Saurauia montana and Cissus rhombifolia, as well as Actinidiaceae species. They have a well-developed anal horn in the first instar, becoming less prominent as the larvae develop. References ^ “CATE Creating a Taxonomic eScience – Sphingidae”. Cate-sphingidae.org. Archived from the original on 2012-11-12. Retrieved 2011-10-26. ^ “Silkmoths”. Silkmoths.bizland.com. Archived from the original on 2012-02-14. Retrieved 2011-10-26. This Philampelini-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.
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PiaveOther names Piave Fresco Piave Mezzano Piave Vecchio Piave Vecchio Selezione Oro Piave Vecchio Riserva Country of origin Italy Region Veneto Town Province of Belluno Source of milk Cows Texture Hard Certification PDO 2010 Piave is an Italian cow’s milk cheese, that is named after the Piave river. As Piave has a Protected Designation of Origin (Denominazione di Origine Protetta or DOP), the only “official” Piave is produced in the Dolomites area, province of Belluno, in the northernmost tip of the Veneto region. Piave is a hard, cooked curd cheese, offered at 5 different ages:Piave Fresco (20 to 60 days aging – blue label) Piave Mezzano (61 to 180 days aging – blue label) Piave Vecchio (more than 6 months aging – blue label) Piave Vecchio Selezione Oro (more than 12 months aging – red label) Piave Vecchio Riserva (more than 18 months aging – black label).Piave cheese has a dense texture, without holes, and is straw-yellow in hue. It has a slightly sweet flavor. Once fully aged, it becomes hard enough for grating, and it develops an intense, full-bodied flavor. Piave’s rind is impressed repeatedly in vertical direction with the name of the cheese. Piave is sold throughout Europe and even in the US as a hard cheese at which point its taste resembles that of a young Parmigiano Reggiano. The red label is aged at least 1 year and is called Vecchio (Piave Vecchio Selezione Oro), while the blue label is softer. Both are available all over Europe and can also be found in the US, primarily at specialty shops. References ^ DOP / PDO – Piave Cheese Consortium: The consortium overseeing the use of the name Piave ^ Production zone – Piave Cheese Consortium ^ Agriform ^ Product and characteristics – Piave Cheese Consortium ^ InfoDolomiti ^ How to recognise it – Piave Cheese Consortium External linksOfficial website of Piave Cheese – The Italian producers’ consortiumv t e Italian cheeses PDOAsiago Bitto Bra Caciocavallo Casciotta d’Urbino Castelmagno Fontina Formaggio di Fossa Formai de Mut dell’Alta Valle Brembana Gorgonzola Grana Padano Montasio Monte Veronese Buffalo mozzarella Parmigiano-Reggiano PecorinoPecorino di Filiano Pecorino Romano Pecorino Sardo Pecorino Siciliano Pecorino Toscano Piave Provolone Spressa delle Giudicarie Ragusano Raschera Taleggio Valle d’Aosta Fromadzo Valtellina Casera PATBastardo del Grappa Bella Lodi Mascarpone Robiola d’Alba Scamorza To. thanks wikipedia.