Édouard de Laveleye

Baron Édouard-Émile-Albert de Laveleye (Ghent, 22 October 1854-Brussels, 23 November 1938) was a Belgian mining engineer, financier and writer. He was son of Émile de Laveleye (1822-1892) the Belgian economist.[1][2] He made several investment trips in Latin America.[3] His nephew was Victor de Laveleye, the Belgian government in exile’s spokesman in London during World War II.[4] Sports[edit] He was the first chairman of the Belgian Football Association (1895–1924), and the president of the Belgian Olympic Committee. For his services, he was made the first honorary member of FIFA. This honor was given to him after convincing representatives of The Football Association, the association that included members of the British Home Nations, to join FIFA rather than remain independent. On April 14, 1905 The Football Association recognized the authority of FIFA.[5] This allowed FIFA to hold its first international football competition. In allying the Football Association in the French FIFA, each of the home nations joined as equal members, a legacy maintained today. On February 18, 1906, in the Hotel Ravenstein in Brussels, Laveleye formed the Belgian Olympic Committee, and was elected the group’s first president.[6] In this role he posted a bid for Belgium on March 27, 1912 to host the 1920 Olympics. The games were successfully awarded to Antwerp, much because of his influence and the effect World War I had on the nation. This was the only time they have been held in Belgium. Writings[edit]Excursion aux nouvelles découvertes minières du Colorado 1878 Chicago et la traversée du continent – Notes d’un voyage aux États-Unis 1880References[edit] ^ La Noblesse belge – Partie 2 – Page 97 1923 “Baron (1892) Édouard-Émile-Albert de Laveleye, né Gand 22 oct. 1854, ép. Clepper-Noorwood (comté de Surrey, Angleterre), 28 août 1879” ^ La Jeune Belgique – Volume 1 – Page 64 Maurice Warlomont – 1882 “Notes de Voyage, par M. EDOUARD DE LAVELEYE. — M. Ed. De Laveleye, le fils du célèbre économiste et littérateur, Emile De Laveleye, a publié dans la Bibliothèque Gilon un ouvrage dont nous n’osons pas trop le féliciter. Ce ne sont que des notes, nous dira-t-on, mais il n’en reste pas moin ..” ^ Christian Topalov Les divisions de la ville 2002 Page 277 “C’est en effet qu’il envisage, en tant que conseiller du banquier Fontaine de Laveleye pour ses investissements en Amérique latine, la formation de la City à laquelle s’associeront d’autres banquier. thanks wikipedia.

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Larry Taylor (actor)

Larry Taylor Born (1918-07-13)13 July 1918 Peterborough, England Died 6 August 2003(2003-08-06) (aged 85) Johannesburg, South Africa Nationality United Kingdom Occupation Actor Larry Taylor (1918-2003) was an English actor[1] and stuntman. He was the father of Rocky Taylor Selected filmography[edit]Take a Powder (1953) Breakaway as Second Kidnapper (1955) Cloak Without Dagger as Sergeant Blake (1956) Alexander the Great as Perdiccas (1956) Port Afrique as the First Arab (1956) Robbery Under Arms as Burke (1957) The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw as a Gun Guard (1958) The Bandit of Zhobe as Ahmed (1959) Swiss Family Robinson as a Pirate (1960) And the Same to You as Chappy Tuck (1960) Too Hot to Handle as Mouth (1960) The Criminal as Charles (1960) Never Back Losers as Reilly (1961) Zulu as Hughes (1964) Kaleidoscope as Dominion Chauffeur(1966) The Magnificent Two as Paco (1967) Follow That Camelas Riff (1967) Chitty Chitty Bang Bang as a Lieutenant (1968) The Wife Swappers as Leonard (1970) The Last Valleyas Garnak (1971) Nobody Ordered Love as a Camera operator (1972) S*P*Y*S as Lippet’s Bodyguard (1974) Golden Rendezvous as an Attacker (1977)References[edit]^ http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/individual/278929External links[edit]Larry Taylor at the Internet Movie DatabaseThis article about a British film actor or actress is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Lübeck–Hamburg railway

Lübeck–HamburgThe Lübeck–Hamburg lineOverview Locale Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg Line number 1120 Technical Line length 62.8 km (39.0 mi) Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) standard gauge Electrification 15 kV/16.7 Hz AC overhead catenary Route number 104, 140Route map Legend  Operating points and lines[1] from Kiel and Puttgarden from Lübeck-Travemünde0.0 Lübeck Hbf1.2 Lübeck main freight yard2.6 Lübeck-Genin to Lüneburg and Bad Kleinen Trave Elbe–Lübeck Canal 4.7 5.87.5 Lübeck-Niendorf Trave15.8 Reinfeld (Holstein) Travefrom Neumünster 23.9 Bad Oldesloe (S-Bahn station planned)to Elmshornto Ratzeburgto Schwarzenbek 30.0 Kupfermühle (S-Bahn station planned)A 21 35.4 Bargteheide (S-Bahn station planned) 40.3 Ahrensburg Nord sidingAhrensburg-Gartenholz (S-Bahn station planned) 42.4 Ahrensburg (S-Bahn station planned)Schleswig-Holstein–Hamburg state border 51.0 Hamburg-Rahlstedt depot 51.7 Hamburg-Rahlstedt (S-Bahn station planned)Haltepunkt Am Pulverhof (planned) 54.4 Hamburg-Tonndorf(formerly Wandsbek Ost)Holstenhofweg (planned)Haltepunkt Bovestraße (planned) 58.2 Hamburg-Wandsbek (closure planned)Claudiusstraße (planned)Freight bypassS-Bahn from Ohlsdorf/Airport S1 S11 59.7 Hamburg HasselbrookLandwehrHamburg Berliner TorS-Bahn from Bergedorf, from BerlinS-Bahn from Harburgfrom Hanover and to Berlin 63.9 Hamburg Hauptbahnhof(Keilbahnhof)to Hamburg-Altona The Hamburg–Lübeck railway is one of the most important mainline railways of the German states of Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg. It connects the two Hanseatic cities of Hamburg and Lübeck, and is part of the line to Denmark. The line was opened in 1865.Contents 1 Route 2 History 3 Operations 4 Future 5 NotesRoute[e. thanks wikipedia.

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Savandapur town panchayatBhavani River as seen from Savandapur with Athani on the other sideSavandapur Show map of Tamil Nadu Savandapur Show map of IndiaLocation in Tamil Nadu, India Coordinates: 11°34′17″N 77°30′39″E / 11.57139°N 77.51083°E / 11.57139; 77.51083Coordinates: 11°34′17″N 77°30′39″E / 11.57139°N 77.51083°E / 11.57139; 77.51083 Country  India State Tamil Nadu Region Coimbatore (Kongu Nadu) District Erode Government  • Member of Legislative Assembly S. S. Ramanitharan  • Member of Parliament C. Sivasamy Population (2011)  • Total 3,743 Languages  • Official Tamil Time zone IST (UTC+5:30) PIN 638502 Telephone code 91(04256) Lok Sabha constituency Tirupur Vidhan Sabha constituency Anthiyur Savandapur is a panchayat in Gobichettipalayam taluk in Erode District of Tamil Nadu state, India.[1] It is about 10 km from Gobichettipalayam and 35 km from district headquarters Erode.Contents 1 Location 2 Demographics 3 Temples 4 ReferencesLocation[edit] The place is located on the banks of River Bhavani with Athani located on the other side of it. There are two bridges across the river that connects Savandapur with Athani. Savandapur lies along the MDR connecting Gobichettipalayam with Anthiyur. Demographics[edit] It has a population of about 3,743 with over 1,325 households.[2] Kongu Vellalar families maintain a dominant position in the village and the surroundings. Temples[edit] The famous Pariyur Kondathu Kaliamman temple is 5 km from Savandapur. The other famous temples in and around are Karungaradu Murugan Temple, Arulmigu Selliandi Amman Temple, Arulmigu Poonthottathu Aiyan Temple and Arulmigu Vayal Karuppsamy Temple. References[edit] ^ “Hospital on Wheels, Erode District” (PDF).  ^ “Census data, Savandapur, Tamil Nadu”.  v t e Erode district District HeadquartersErodeCountryIndia StateTamil Nadu RegionKongu Nadu DivisionsErode Gobichettipalayam TaluksAnthiyur Bhavani Erode Gobichettipalayam Perundurai Sathyamangalam Municipal CorporationsErode MunicipalitiesBhavani Gobichettipalayam Punjai Puliampatti Sathyamangalam Other Major Panchayat TownsAnthiyur Athani Chennimalai Kavandapadi Kodumudi Nambiyur Perundurai Sivagiri River. thanks wikipedia.

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Ogden-Roxburgh model

The Ogden-Roxburgh model [1] is an approach which extends hyperelastic material models to allow for the Mullins effect. It is used in several commercial finite element codes. The basis of pseudo-elastic material models is a hyperelastic second Piola–Kirchhoff stress S 0 {\displaystyle {\boldsymbol {S}}_{0}}, which is derived from a suitable strain energy density function W (C) {\displaystyle W({\boldsymbol {C}})}: S= 2∂ W ∂C. {\displaystyle {\boldsymbol {S}}=2{\frac {\partial W}{\partial {\boldsymbol {C}}}}\quad .}The key idea of pseudo-elastic material models is that the stress during the first loading process is equal to the basic stress S 0 {\displaystyle {\boldsymbol {S}}_{0}}. Upon unloading and reloading S 0 {\displaystyle {\boldsymbol {S}}_{0}} is multiplied by a positive softening function η {\displaystyle \eta }. The function η {\displaystyle \eta } thereby depends on the strain energy W (C) {\displaystyle W({\boldsymbol {C}})} of the current load and its maximumWm a x ( t ) := max { W ( τ ) , τ ≤ t } {\displaystyle W_{max}(t):=\max\{W(\tau ),\tau \leq t\}} in the history of the material: S= η ( W ,Wm a. thanks wikipedia.

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C4ISR may refer to:the C4ISR concept of Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, the U.S. term for C4ISTAR C4ISR Journal, a journal published by the Defense News Media Group the C4ISR architectural framework (C4ISR AF), now known as Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF)See also[edit]Command and control RSTA STA sniper (USMC) Surveillance and Target Acquisition Artillery STA ISTAR Military intelligence Information Warfare Programs include Command Post of the Future (CPOF), C2PC, FBCB2, and MCS This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title formed as a letter-number combination. 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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Dolby Pro Logic

“Pro Logic” redirects here. It is not to be confused with Logic Pro. Dolby Pro Logic logo Dolby Pro Logic is a surround sound processing technology developed by Dolby Laboratories, designed to decode soundtracks encoded with Dolby Surround. Dolby Stereo was originally developed by Dolby in 1976 for analog cinema sound systems. The format was adapted for home use in 1982 as Dolby Surround when HiFi capable consumer VCRs were introduced; it was then replaced by the newer and improved Pro-Logic system in 1987. However, the term “Dolby Surround” is still used to describe the encoding technology or matrix-encoded soundtrack, whereas Pro Logic refers to the decoding technology and processor. It is the domestic equivalent of the theatrical Dolby Stereo technology used in movie cinemas in the 1970s and ’80s. The two technologies are mostly identical but a change in marketing was needed so as not to confuse cinema stereo which is at least four channels of audio with home stereo which is only two. Thus Dolby Pro Logic is the consumer version of theatrical Dolby Stereo. Dolby Surround/Pro Logic is based on basic matrix technology. When a Dolby Surround soundtrack is created, four channels of sound are matrix-encoded into an ordinary stereo (two channel) sound track. The centre channel is encoded by placing it equally in the left and right channels; the rear channel is encoded using phase shift techniques, typically an out of phase stereo mixdown. A Pro Logic decoder/processor “unfolds” the sound into the original 4.0 surround—left and right, center, and a single limited frequency-range (7 kHz low-pass filtered[1]) mono rear channel—while systems lacking the decoder play back the audio as standard stereo. A Pro-Logic decoder also uses ‘Steering Logic’, which drives amplifiers, to raise or lower the output volume of each channel based on the current dominant sound direction. For example, while a mono signal is played, the strong correlation to the center channel triggers the output volume of the left, right and surround channels to be lowered. This increases the channel separation achievable, to around 30 decibels between channels. By careful tuning of the response of the amplifiers, the total amount of signal energy remains constant and is unaffected by the operation of the channel steering. Additionally the response time of the system to changes in sound direction is important as too fast a response results in a twitchy feel, while too slow a response. thanks wikipedia.

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Isaac D. Young

Isaac Daniel Young (March 29, 1849 – December 10, 1927) was a U.S. Representative from Kansas. Born near Pleasantville, Iowa, Young attended high school and Oskaloosa College in Iowa. Began teaching at the age of fifteen and continued in that profession for ten years. He moved to Mitchell County, Kansas, in 1874 and settled on a homestead in Turkey Creek Township. He engaged in agricultural pursuits for eleven years. Superintendent of public instruction of Mitchell County, Kansas from 1876 to 1880. He served as member of the State senate 1884-1888. He moved to Beloit, Kansas, in 1885. He studied law. He was admitted to the bar in 1889 and commenced practice in Beloit, Kansas. He was again a member of the State senate 1904-1908. Young was elected as a Republican to the Sixty-second Congress (March 4, 1911-March 3, 1913). He was an unsuccessful for reelection in 1912. He resumed the practice of law in Beloit, Kansas, until his death December 10, 1927. He was interred in Elmwood Cemetery. References[edit]United States Congress. “Isaac D. Young (id: Y000039)”. Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.  This article incorporates public domain material from websites or documents of the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. United States House of Representatives Preceded by William A. Reeder Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Kansas’s 6th congressional district 1911–1913 Succeeded by John R. Connelly. thanks wikipedia.

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An artpack is an archive of computer artwork which is distributed in a compressed format such as ZIP or RAR. While most artpacks today contain either ANSI and ASCII art or hirez VGA, they may also include a combination of RIPscrip art, tracked or otherwise digital music, poetry and editorials, 3D computer animation and related software utilities.[1] The first artpack ever was The Acquisition, released by ACiD Productions in the early 1990s.[2] Artpacks were originally released on a monthly basis by competing groups in the artscene, naming their files accordingly, i.e. ACDU0692.ZIP.[1][3] Very few groups still carry on the tradition of monthly releases in this day, rather they opt to numbering their artpacks in sequence rather than by date, i.e. MIMIC50.ZIP, releasing their artpacks without any defined schedule.[4] In retrospect, artpacks are recognized as one of the primary reasons that the early computer art scene is so well preserved and documented in relation to other underground computer scenes at the time.[2] Notes[edit] ^ a b O’Hara, Rob (2006). Commodork. p. 112. ISBN 978-1-84728-582-9.  ^ a b BBS: The Documentary, Episode 5: ARTSCENE. ^ “acid/ARTPACKS/1992/ directory”. textfiles.com. Retrieved 2008-03-14.  ^ Dark Domain: the artpacks.acid.org collection. ACiD Productions. 2003. ISBN 0-9746537-0-5. . thanks wikipedia.

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Lineage and honors certificate

The lineage and honors certificate is a legal document, which contains certain words and phrases, that have a specific meaning. it is the official “birth, graduation, wedding, and death certificate” of a unit. As a U.S. Government generated document it cannot be copyrighted and is in the public domain. It is also used to keep track of a units awards, and battle honors.[1] It is not a “unit history/combat chronicle”, although many historians have used them for outlines. Note that when two units are consolidated both units bring their honors with them. This can confuse the layman in that a unit that served in Europe can have South Seas honors from another unit with which it combined. Glossary of lineage terms[edit]Activate. To transfer a constituted Regular Army or Army Reserve unit from the inactive to the active rolls of the United States Army. The unit is usually stationed at a specific location and assigned personnel and equipment at this time; however, a unit may be active at zero strength—that is, without personnel or equipment. Allot. To allocate a unit to one of the components of the United States Army. The present components are the Regular Army (RA), the Army National Guard (ARNG), and the Army Reserve (AR), formerly known as the Organized Reserves and Organized Reserve Corps. During World War I units were also allotted to the National Army, and during World War II t the Army of the United States. An Army National Guard unit is usually further allotted to a particular state or group of states. A unit may be withdrawn from any component except the Army National Guard and allotted to another; the new allotment, however, does not change the history, lineage, and honors of the unit. Assign. To make a unit part of a larger organization and place it under that organization’s command and control until it is relieved from the assignment. As a rule, only assignments to divisions and separate combined arms brigades are shown in unit lineages. Consolidate. To merge two or more units into a single unit. The unit may retain the designation of one of the former units or it may have a new designation, but it inherits the history, lineage, and honors of all of the former units. In the nineteenth century, consolidation was frequently a merger of several under-strength units to form one full-strength unit. At the present time, in the Regular Army and the Army Reserve, units are usually consolidated when they are inactive or when only one of the units is active;. thanks wikipedia.

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