Peter Blok

This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (July 2011) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Peter Stephanus Blok (born 7 April 1960 in The Hague), known as Peter Blok, is a Dutch stage, television, film, and voice actor.[1][2] Selected filmography[edit]Caught (1987) Crocodiles in Amsterdam (1990) Traces of Smoke (1992) The Dress (1996) Scratches in the Table (1998) Cloaca (2003) Leef! (2005) Black Book (2006)References[edit] ^ “The Art Of World Cinema: Black Book”. writingstudio.co.za. 2007. Retrieved 11 July 2011.  ^ “Presto Classical – Music of the Comedian Harmonists”. prestoclassical.co.uk. 2011. Retrieved 11 July 2011.  External links[edit]Peter Blok at the Internet Movie Database Peter Blok at AllMovieThis article about a Dutch actor or actress is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Woolworth GmbH

Woolworth GmbHTypeGmbH Founded 1927 Headquarters Unna, North Rhine-Westphalia Parent Tengelmann Group Website woolworth.de Deutsche Woolworth GmbH & Company OHG is a chain of department stores in Germany, Austria and a former subsidiary of the American F. W. Woolworth Company. It is not part of the closure scheme that has affected the British Woolworths Group stores, nor is it related to the Australian-based Woolworths Limited retail group.Contents 1 History 2 Insolvency 3 External links 4 ReferencesHistory[edit] F. W. Woolworth Co. GmbH was founded in 1927 as a subsidiary of the American company F. W. Woolworth Company. When still part of the parent company, corporate documents refer to the division as Retail Company of Germany, Inc. The German subsidiary separated from its American parent company in 1998, through a management buyout. In October 2007, the British investment and consulting company Argyll Partners purchased the company. The first store opened in Bremen. The chain has 340 outlets ranging from 400 to 4000 square metres in size. It has over 16,000 employees and generated sales of approximately € 1 billion (2003). Insolvency[edit] On 14 April 2009, Woolworth GmbH board of directors voted to declare insolvency.[1] More than half of the 311 outlets were likely to close within a few months.[2] The Tengelmann Group acquired 162 of the chain’s stores in 2010. By the end of 2011, the number of stores in Germany grew to over 200. The new Woolworth GmbH has its headquarters in Unna, similar to chains such as KiK (founded in 1994), and TEDi, (founded in 2004). In the next few years, Tengelmann/Woolworth plans to open about 300 additional stores. The German store network should have about 500 stores by 2015. Tengelmann has acquired the brand rights for a European expansion (excluding the UK), but as of 2016 has not yet opened a store outside Germany. External links[edit]Deutsche WoolworthReferences[edit] ^ [1] ^ [2] Spiegel online (19 June 2009) v t e Foot Locker CompanyF. W. Woolworth Company Champs Sports Eastbay Foot Locker Kinney Shoes Woolco Other Divisions & Namesakes BuildingsWoolworth Building St. Louis Office Shadow Lawn Watertown Store Wilmington Store Winfield Hall Winfield House Other Buildings CultureLove at the Five and Dime Seafoam salad Woolworth v. Contemporary Arts EventsFoot Locker Cross Country Civil RightsGreensboro sit-i. thanks wikipedia.

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Censorship of Google

Censorship of Google may refer to:blocking or filtering of Google services or websites by outside entities, notably in the policies of Internet censorship in China Google’s own censorship of its search results as the result of legal action by third parties, most notably the European Union’s “right to be forgotten”See also[edit] Internet censorship and surveillance by countryThis disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Censorship of Google. 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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Pucapristis

Pucapristis Temporal range: Maastrichtian toConservation status FossilScientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Chondrichthyes Order: Pristiformes Genus: Pucapristis Species: Pucapristis branisi Binomial name Pucapristis branisi Pucapristis branisi Schaeffer, 1963Pucapristis is a prehistoric genus of saw fish whose fossils first appear in the fossil record in rocks dating from the Maastrichtian stage. Fossils of Pucapristis have not been found in any subsequent strata. Incidentally, the Maastrichtian is the final portion of the Cretaceous Period and its endpoint marks the advent of the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event. This major geological transition is famous for being the mass extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs.Contents 1 Classification1.1 Species 2 Biogeography 3 See also 4 ReferencesClassification[edit] Species[edit] Only one species has been thus far described.Pucapristis branisiBiogeography[edit] To date, Pucapristis fossils have been found only in the Maastrichtian deposits of central South America. The El Molino Formation of Bolivia produces Pucapristis tooth fossils in abundance. These Bolivian specimens have been recovered near the cities of Potosi and Sucre The Salta province of northwestern Argentina is another locality from which Pucapristis remains can be excavated. See also[edit]Flora and fauna of the Maastrichtian stage List of prehistoric cartilaginous fish (Chondrichthyes)References[edit] This article about a prehistoric cartilaginous fish is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e This article about a Cretaceous fish is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Hellsing

HellsingFirst volume of Hellsing manga released in Japanヘルシング (Herushingu) Genre Action, Horror, Science fantasy Manga Written by Kouta Hirano Published by Shōnen Gahōsha English publisher AUS Madman Entertainment NA Dark Horse Comics, Digital Manga SG Chuang Yi Demographic Seinen Magazine Young King OURs Original run 1997 – 2009 Volumes 10 (List of volumes) Manga Hellsing: The Dawn Written by Kouta Hirano Published by Shōnen Gahosha Demographic Seinen Magazine Young King OURs Original run 2001 – March 27, 2009 Anime television series Directed by Umanosuke Iida Written by Chiaki J. Konaka Music by Yasushi Ishii Studio Gonzo, Digimation Licensed by AUS Madman Entertainment NA Funimation UK Manga Entertainment ADV Films (former) Network Fuji TV English network CA G4techTV US Encore Action ZA Animax Original run October 10, 2001 – January 16, 2002 Episodes 13 (List of episodes) Original video animation Hellsing Ultimate Directed byTomokazu Tokoro (1–4) Hiroyuki Tanaka (5–7) Yasuhiro Matsumura (8–10)Produced byYasuyuki Ueda Yoshiyuki FudetaniWritten byHideyuki Kurata (1–4) Yōsuke Kuroda (5–10)Music by Hayato Matsuo StudioSatelight (1–4) Madhouse (5–7) Graphinica & Kelmadick (8–10)Licensed by AUS Madman Entertainment NA Funimation UK Manga Entertainment Released February 10, 2006 – December 26, 2012 Runtime 40–65 minutes Episodes 10 (List of episodes)Anime and Manga portal Hellsing (ヘルシング, Herushingu?) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kouta Hirano. It chronicles the efforts of the mysterious and secret Hellsing Organization, as it combats vampires, ghouls, and other supernatural foes who threaten England. The series first premiered in Young King Ours in 1997 and ended in September 2008. The individual chapters were subsequently collected and published in 10 tankōbon volumes by Shōnen Gahosha. The series was also licensed for English language release in North America by Dark Horse Comics, in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment, and in Singapore by Chuang Yi. In 2001, Hirano began publishing chapters of a prequel series, Hellsing: The Dawn, in special editions of Young King OURs, with six chapters released as of September 2008. An anime series of the same nam. thanks wikipedia.

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Jacob Chandy

Jacob Chandy Born 23 January 1910 Kerala, India Died 23 June 2007 Occupation Neurosurgeon, professor Spouse(s) Accamma Children Mathew Jacob, Varghese Jacob, Accamma Awards Padmabhushan MNI Fellow Medal of Honour by the World Congress of Neurological Surgeons Professor Emiratus of the Government of Kerala Jacob Chandy, was an Indian neurosurgeon and teacher of medical sciences. As the first neurosurgeon in India,[1] he is widely regarded as the father of modern neurosurgery in India.[2][3] In 1964, the Government of India honoured him with their third highest civilian award, Padmabhushan, for his services in the fields of neurosurgery and medical education.[3]Contents 1 Biography 2 Legacy 3 Awards and recognitions 4 Autobiography 5 See also 6 References 7 Further reading 8 External linksBiography[edit]”To free your teachers to teach”, Alan Gregg, the renowned medical educationist[1][4] advised Jacob Chandy, “to free your students to learn, to create opportunities for your researchers to solve the medical problems of India, and above all to consider the needs of the near and oncoming future”[1] Jacob Chandy was born on 23 January 1910, in Kottayam, in the south Indian state of Kerala to an orthodox Christian family.[5] After his early education in Kottayam, he secured his graduate degree, an MBBS in medicine, from Madras Medical College in 1936. He kickstarted his career in 1939 by joining the Mission Hospital in Bahrain, a missionary hospital run by the American Reformed Church, where he stayed until 1944, when he took a hiatus from his practice to complete his MD at the University of Pennsylvania; while there he learned surgery under the guidance of Jonathan Rhoads.[6] In 1945, he received a fellowship from the Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI) and continued to practice surgery till 1948.[5][7] After obtaining a fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons, Canada (FRCS), also in 1948, Chandy moved to Chicago to take up duties as the chief resident at the University of Chicago. It was during this time that Chandy was invited by Robert Greenhill Cochrane, medical missionary and Leprologist,[8] to join the Christian Medical College, Vellore (CMC), a fledgling medical college at that time.[7] Chandy started the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery at CMC, the first of its kind in the country,[1] in 1949. Eight years later, in 1958, CMC started the first training program in India for neurosurgery, followed by a. thanks wikipedia.

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Flashing Lights (Chase & Status and Sub Focus song)

“Flashing Lights”Single by Chase & Status and Sub Focus featuring Takura from the album No More Idols Released 18 November 2011 (2011-11-18) FormatDigital download 12″ vinylRecorded 2010 Genre Dubstep Length 4:11 LabelMercury MTA RAMWriter(s)Will Kennard Saul Milton Nick Douwma Takura TendayiProducer(s)Chase & Status Sub FocusChase & Status singles chronology”Hitz” (2011) “Flashing Lights” (2011) “Big Man” (2012) Sub Focus chronology”Splash” (2010) “Flashing Lights” (2011) “Falling Down” (2012)”Flashing Lights” is a single performed by British drum and bass duo Chase & Status, featuring production from fellow producer and label mate Sub Focus and vocals from Takura Tendayi. The single was released as a digital download on 18 November 2011 and serves as the seventh overall, fifth official and final single from Chase & Status’ second studio album No More Idols. Takura Tendayi had previously collaborated with both Chase & Status and Sub Focus, appearing on their respective debut albums More Than Alot and Sub Focus. He provided vocals for “Can’t Get Enough”, “Streetlife”, “Running” and “Is It Worth It” by Chase and Status, as well as “World of Hurt” and “Coming Closer” by Sub Focus. He is also the vocalist in “No Problem”, the opening track of No More Idols. “Flashing Lights” was Takura’s first official single. A music video to accompany the release of “Flashing Lights”, directed by Ben Newman, was first released onto YouTube on 18 November 2011, at a total length of four minutes and thirty-four seconds.[1]Contents 1 Track listing1.1 12″ vinyl 1.2 Remixes 2 Credits and personnel 3 Chart performance 4 Release history 5 References 6 External linksTrack listing[edit] Digital download No. Title Length 1. “Flashing Lights” (featuring Takura) (Radio Edit) 3:06 2. “Flashing Lights” (featuring Takura) (S.P.Y Remix) 5:00 3. “Brixton Briefcase” (featuring Cee Lo Green and D Double E) (VIP Mix) 4:22 4. “Brixton Briefcase” (featuring Cee Lo Green) (VIP Dub Mix) 4:22 12″ vinyl[edit] RAM Records had released the S.P.Y remix on limited edition 12″ picture disc vinyls on 21 April 2011 to celebrate Record Store Day.[2] No. Title Length 1. “Flashing Lights” (featuring Takura) (S.P.Y Remix) 5:00 Remixes[edit] In 2012, remixes by dubstep duo KillSonik and rapper Mac Miller were released as a Beatport-exclusive an. thanks wikipedia.

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Vauvoja

“Vauvoja”Single by Kasmir featuring Saara Released 15 May 2015 Recorded 2015 GenrePop funkLength 3:49 Label Universal Music Finland Writer(s)Kasmir Saara Hank Solo Jonas W. Karlsson Mikko KuoppalaProducer(s)Kasmir Saara Mikko KuoppalaKasmir singles chronology”Ryan Gosling” (2015) “Vauvoja” (2015) “Linnuton puu” (2015) Saara singles chronology”Ur Cool” (2015) “Vauvoja” (2015) “The Urge” (2016)”Vauvoja” (English: Babies) is a song by Finnish singer Kasmir from his forthcoming second studio album. The song features Finnish singer Saara. It was released on 15 May 2015 through Universal Music Finland, with its official music video being released on 23 May. The song has reached the number-one position on the Finnish downloads and airplay charts, while it’s reached the top five on the singles chart.[1] “Vauvoja” is the Kesäkumi song of 2015.[2]Contents 1 Composition 2 Music video 3 Charts3.1 Weekly charts 4 ReferencesComposition[edit] “Vauvoja” is a pop and funk song that plays for a total of 3:49. It was written by Kasmir, Saara, Hank Solo, Jonas W. Karlsson, and Mikko Kuoppala, while it was produced by Kasmir, Saara, and Kuoppala.[2] Music video[edit] The song’s official music video was released on 23 May 2015 through Universal Music Finland’s YouTube channel. It features the two singers swapping traditional gender roles with Kasmir portraying female stereotypes and Saara portraying male stereotypes.[3] Charts[edit] Weekly charts[edit] Chart (2015) Peak position Finland (Suomen virallinen lista)[4] 2 Finland Download (Suomen virallinen latauslista)[4] 1 Finnish Airplay (Suomen virallinen radiosoittolista)[4] 1 References[edit] ^ “Musiikkituottajat – Tilastot – Suomen virallinen lista: Kasmir – Vauvoja (Feat. SAARA)”. Musiikkituottajat. Retrieved 3 August 2015.  ^ a b Thurén, Sofia (15 May 2015). “Vuoden 2015 Kesäkumibiisi on täällä – Kasmirin ja Saaran Vauvoja-video ensinäytössä YleX:ssä”. YleX. Retrieved 3 August 2015.  ^ “Kasmir feat. Saara – Vauvoja”. 23 May 2015. Retrieved 3 August 2015.  ^ a b c “Kasmir: Vauvoja (feat. Saara)” (in Finnish). Musiikkituottajat – IFPI Finland. Retrieved 2015-08-03.This 2010s pop song-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Kevin Beamish

This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (July 2014) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Kevin Keith Beamish was born in Montreal Canada, but is a naturalized American record producer, sound engineer and mixer. His family relocated to New York City, NY during his childhood when his father took a professors position and continued his education towards his PhD. Kevin played stick ball in the streets and slipped onto the train to see The NY Yankees, much to his parents surprise. Kevin excelled in school and skipped a grade, while studying woodwind instruments and singing with his mother, Mary Francis Ross Beamish, an opera and classical music lover. He became a naturalized American citizen at the age of 9. His family relocated again, this time to Modesto, California when his father took a position as the Dean of Students in a prestigious university in the San Francisco area. His father, Jerome J. Beamish garnered three PhD’s during his lifetime as an educator and scholar. Beamish graduated from the University of Berkeley, CA in advanced mathematics and studies in physics and music. Classically trained on woodwind instruments, he secured a recording deal for his band “The Weathervane” by the age of 16. Beamish, a guitar player, keyboardist and singer would venture out to concerts in the local San Francisco area where the music scene of the 60’s was breaking out. He watched and listened to the music of Jefferson Airplane and Janis Joplan, Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Bob Dylan, The Grateful Dead, The Who and The Beatles on their American tour. This glimpse of the early 60’s was his entrance into music, knowing exactly what he wanted to do. This love and immediate step into the industry stopped his own PhD move into a scholarship to a prestigious university, disappointing his father and mother, but who quickly realized he was on the right path. After a backpack tour of Europe with coins in his pocket and a rest from heavy studies, he returned to California, and sent out letters to every studio in L.A. Only one came back, Crystal Recording Studio’s who hired him to be a studio assistant; short for make coffee, answer the phones and stand in the studio all day and night, learning and helping. While there on his first. thanks wikipedia.

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Eclipta semiflammea

Eclipta semiflammea Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Coleoptera Suborder: Polyphaga Family: Cerambycidae Genus: Eclipta Species: E. semiflammea Binomial name Eclipta semiflammea (Gounelle, 1911)Eclipta semiflammea is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Gounelle in 1911.[1] References[edit] ^ Bezark, Larry G. A Photographic Catalog of the Cerambycidae of the World. Retrieved on 22 May 2012.This Eclipta article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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