Les Lenham

Les LenhamCricket information Batting style Right-handed batsman Bowling style Right-arm off-spin Career statisticsCompetition First-class List A Matches 300 23 Runs scored 12,796 396 Batting average 26.16 19.80 100s/50s 7/66 0/1 Top score 191* 70 Balls bowled 562 – Wickets 6 – Bowling average 51.80 – 5 wickets in innings – – 10 wickets in match – N/A Best bowling 2/24 – Catches/stumpings 110/- 4/-Source: Cricinfo, 15 January 2014 Leslie John (“Les”) Lenham (born 24 May 1936 in Worthing) is an English former cricketer active from 1956 to 1970 who played for Sussex. He appeared in 300 first-class matches as a right-handed batsman who bowled off breaks. He scored 12,796 runs with a highest score of 191 not out among seven centuries and took six wickets with a best performance of two for 24.[1] Notes[edit] ^ Les Lenham at CricketArchive Sources[edit]John Wallace, 100 Greats – Sussex County Cricket Club, Tempus, 2002 This biographical article related to an English cricket person born in the 1930s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Guinea-Bissau at the 2016 Summer Olympics

Guinea-Bissau at the Olympic Games Flag of Guinea-Bissau IOC code  GBS NOC Comité Olímpico da Guiné‑BissauAt the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro Competitors 3 in 2 sports Medals Gold 0 Silver 0 Bronze 0 Total 0 Olympic history (summary) Summer Games 1996 2000 2004 2008 2012 2016 Guinea-Bissau is scheduled to compete at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, from August 5 to 21, 2016. This will be the nation’s sixth consecutive appearance at the Summer Olympics. Judo[edit] Main articles: Judo at the 2016 Summer Olympics and Judo at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Qualification Guinea-Bissau has qualified one judoka for the women’s extra-lightweight category (48 kg) at the Games, signifying the nation’s Olympic debut in judo. Taciana Lima was directly ranked among the top 14 eligible judokas for women in the IJF World Ranking List of May 30, 2016. Athlete Event Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Repechage Final / BM Opposition Result Opposition Result Opposition Result Opposition Result Opposition Result Opposition Result Rank Taciana Lima Women’s −48 kgWrestling[edit] Main articles: Wrestling at the 2016 Summer Olympics and Wrestling at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Qualification Guinea-Bissau has qualified one wrestler for the men’s freestyle 74 kg into the Olympic competition, as a result of his semifinal triumph at the 2016 African & Oceania Qualification Tournament.[1] On May 11, 2016, United World Wrestling awarded an additional Olympic license to Guinea-Bissau in men’s freestyle 97 kg, as a response to the doping violations for the Egyptian wrestler at the African Qualification Tournament, extending the roster size to two.[2] Key:VT – Victory by Fall. PP – Decision by Points – the loser with technical points. PO – Decision by Points – the loser without technical points. Men’s freestyleAthlete Event Qualification Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal Repechage 1 Repechage 2 Final / BM Opposition Result Opposition Result Opposition Result Opposition Result Opposition Result Opposition Result Opposition Result Rank Augusto Midana −74 kg Bedopassa Buassat −97 kg References[edit] ^ “Wrestling for Rio 2016”. United World Wrestling. Retrieved 19 September 2015.  ^ “Adjustments to Olympic Qualifiers Announced”. United World Wrestling. Retrieved 11 May 2016.  v t e Nations at th. thanks wikipedia.

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Death and state funeral of Leonid Brezhnev

Brezhnev’s death and state funeral Body of Leonid Brezhnev, lying in state at the Column Hall of the House of the Unions.Date 10–15 November 1982 Location Red Square, Moscow, Soviet Union Participants Yuri Andropov, Konstantin Chernenko, Nikolai Tikhonov, Dmitriy Ustinov, Mikhail Gorbachev, other Soviet and foreign dignitaries On 10 November 1982, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev, the third General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU) and the fifth leader of the Soviet Union, died aged 75 after suffering a heart attack following years of serious ailments. His death was officially acknowledged on 11 November simultaneously by Soviet radio and television. After five days of national mourning, Brezhnev was given a state funeral and then buried in the Kremlin Wall Necropolis. Yuri Andropov, Brezhnev’s successor as general secretary, was elected chairman of the committee preparing and managing Brezhnev’s funeral. Brezhnev’s funeral was held on 15 November 1982, five days after his death. The funeral was attended by 32 heads of state, 15 heads of government, 14 foreign ministers and four princes; US President Ronald Reagan sent George H. W. Bush, the Vice President of the United States. Eulogies were delivered by Yuri Andropov, Dmitriy Ustinov, Anatoly Alexandrov and a factory worker.Contents 1 Death and declaration 2 Funeral service 3 Foreign dignitaries 4 Condolences 5 References 6 Bibliography 7 External linksDeath and declaration[edit]This article is part of a series about the life of Leonid Brezhnev Leonid Brezhnev Brezhnev Era Assassination attempt ·Era of Stagnation Death and state funeral ·Legacy Brezhnev had struggled with several ailments since 1974, most notably heart disease, leukemia, jaw cancer, emphysema and circulatory disease, all of which were exacerbated by his heavy smoking and obesity. There were rumours of Brezhnev’s death ever since the mid-1970s; he had been absent from important meetings demanded by protocol and it was rumoured that his health was in decline.[1] Brezhnev had rarely appeared in public for most of 1982 and was usually surrounded by doctors, although the Soviet Government insisted that he was not ill. He suffered a severe stroke in May 1982, but refused to relinquish office until he died on 10 November 1982 after suffering a heart attack.[2] He was honoured with a state funeral in the Kremlin Wall Necropolis on the Red Square after a five-day period of nation. thanks wikipedia.

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Skrunda parish

Skrunda parish (Latvian: Skrundas pagasts) is an administrative unit of the Skrunda Municipality, Latvia. The parish has a population of 1209 (as of 1/07/2010) and covers an area of 257.91 km². Villages of Skrunda parish[edit] Bračas Ciecere Jaunmuiža Kušaiņi Niedre Plostnieki Pumpuri Rūnaiši Savenieki Vēršmuiža Videnieki v t e Skrunda municipalityNīkrāce parish Raņķi parish Rudbārži parish Skrunda Skrunda parish v t e Cities, Municipalities and Parishes of the defunct Kuldīga District Cities:Kuldīga Skrunda Municipalities:(none) Parishes:Alsunga Ēdole Gudenieki Īvande Kabile Kurmāle Laidi Nīkrāce Padure Pelči Raņķi Renda Rudbārži Rumba Skrunda Snēpele Turlava Vārme Coordinates: 56°40′31″N 22°00′58″E / 56.67528°N 22.01611°E / 56.67528; 22.01611 This Courland location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Tachlovice

Tachlovice Municipality and villageTachlovice ChurchFlagCoat of arms Coordinates: 50°00′32″N 14°14′28″E / 50.00889°N 14.24111°E / 50.00889; 14.24111Coordinates: 50°00′32″N 14°14′28″E / 50.00889°N 14.24111°E / 50.00889; 14.24111 Country  Czech Republic Region Central Bohemian Region District Prague-West District Area  • Total 6.35 km2 (2.45 sq mi) Elevation 340 m (1,120 ft) Population (2010)  • Total 808  • Density 130/km2 (330/sq mi) Time zone CET (UTC+1)  • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2) Post code 252 17 Website http://www.tachlovice.cz Tachlovice is a village in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic (in Prague-West District). The village has an area of 6.36 square kilometres and 700 inhabitants as per the latest census. It is located on the south slope leading to Radotínský creek, part of the housing lies also on the right side from the creek. Tachlovice is member of the association of villages Jihozápad Region. The village is the entry gate to the region of the Karlštejn Castle, and in the near vicinity, there is the spectacular quarry Velká Amerika, which, to many Czechs, resembles the Grand Canyon.Contents 1 Places of historical interest 2 Interesting events 3 Tachlovice development 4 External linksPlaces of historical interest[edit]Baroque church of St James the Great from 1742 Graveyard chapel from 1745 Former rectory Memorable tree in the near vicinity- White Willow (Salix alba), one of the largest of its kind in Bohemia with a shaft circuit of 665 cm (262 in). St James church, front viewSt James church, side viewGraveyard chapelFormer rectory Interesting events[edit]Tachlovice triangle – this is a veteran cars exhibition and contest which is held once a year in memory of the founder Jan Horak. Many cars, including trucks, motorbikes manufactured until the 1970s, are displayed near the village green and many of them later compete driving on the triangle route.Tachlovice TriangleIn 2009, Tachlovice was commemorating 775 years of its first historical record – 14 July 1234.Tachlovice development[edit]The village has utility services now (electricity, gas, sewerage) In 2010, there will be a continued construction of new houses and apartment units in Tachlovice. The village is about. thanks wikipedia.

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The Depreciation Guild

The Depreciation Guild Origin Brooklyn, New York Genres Dream pop, shoegaze, post-rock, chiptune, nintendocore Years active 2005–2011 Labels 8bitpeoples Kanine Records Associated acts The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, The Ice Choir Website Official sitePast members Kurt Feldman Christoph Hochheim Anton Hochheim Adrian Hashizume Raphael Radna The Depreciation Guild was an American shoegaze band from Brooklyn, New York. The group was formed in 2005 by Kurt Feldman and Adrian Hashizume. Before disbanding, their lineup included Kurt Feldman and Christoph Hochheim (who later became the drummer and touring guitarist, respectively, for indie pop band The Pains of Being Pure at Heart), joined for live performances by Anton Hochheim on percussion and Raphael Radna on bass guitar.[1] Their debut, digital-only EP Nautilus was released by chiptune label 8bitpeoples in 2006, and their debut album In Her Gentle Jaws followed as a self-released free download in 2007. Kanine Records picked the band up in 2009 and reissued their debut album with some remastering. A sophomore full-length, Spirit Youth, followed in mid-2010.[2] The band also did remixes for artists such as Oh No Ono and Chateleine. Their song “Dream About Me” was featured in the 2010 film Kaboom. In December 2010, they announced on their Facebook page that they would be disbanding after their final show in January 2011, citing musical differences within the band. Since their separation, Kurt Feldman has continued to be a member of The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, and also began his own solo career as Ice Choir. Christoph Hochheim also began his solo career, as Ablebody. In August 2013, the original lineup of Kurt Feldman and Adrian Hashizume reunited for a one-off performance of In Her Gentle Jaws in its entirety at Glasslands Gallery in Brooklyn.Contents 1 Discography1.1 Albums 1.2 Singles and EPs 2 ReferencesDiscography[edit] Albums[edit]In Her Gentle Jaws (self-released, 2007; Kanine Records, 2009) Spirit Youth (Kanine Records, 2010)Singles and EPs[edit]Nautilus EP (8bitpeoples, 2006) “Dream About Me” single (Kanine Records, 2009) “Blue Lily” single (Kanine Records, 2010)References[edit] ^ The Depreciation Guild at Allmusic ^ Review of Spirit Youth. PopMatters.Authority controlMusicBrainz: 4abec6e9-1b68-4b47-b157-2cb92b4c3f64. thanks wikipedia.

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H and H Engineering Construction, Inc.

H and H Engineering Construction, Inc. is a railroad contractor based out of Stockton, California. H & H is incorporated in the State of California and has been in operation since October 1985. Because H & H is involved in the construction and maintenance of railroad tracks, they also have had the need to purchase railway equipment and their reporting mark is HHEX. H & H operates throughout the Western United States (west of the Rocky Mountains). Their work is done with physical labor, hydraulic power tools, and specialized railroad construction equipment such as tie inserters, ballast regulators, Mark III and Mark IV tampers and other heavy machinery. Notable projects[edit]San Diego Sprinter Project (Oceanside, CA) Sacramento Southern Railroad extension into Freeport. Phoenix Light Rail Phase I Santa Clara Light Rail – Tasman CorridorExternal links[edit]Official Website. thanks wikipedia.

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WDLK

WDLKCity Dadeville, Alabama Frequency 1450 AM (kHz) First air date 1980 Format Defunct (formerly Hot AC) Power 1,000 watts (unlimited) Class C Facility ID 15281 Transmitter coordinates 32°50′56″N 85°46′10″W / 32.84889°N 85.76944°W / 32.84889; -85.76944 Owner Progressive United Communications, Inc. Website wdlk1450.com WDLK (1450 AM) was a radio station licensed to serve Dadeville, Alabama, USA. The station was owned by Progressive United Communications, Inc. WDLK broadcast a hot adult contemporary music format.[1] History[edit] This station received its license to cover from the Federal Communications Commission on October 10, 1980.[2] The new station was assigned the call letters WDLK by the FCC.[3] In December 1988, Fidelity Broadcasting, Inc., reached an agreement to sell this station to Dale Broadcasting, Inc. The deal was approved by the FCC on January 12, 1989, and the transaction was consummated on February 28, 1989.[4] In July 1997, Dale Broadcasting, Inc., reached an agreement to sell this station to Little America Business Organization. The deal was approved by the FCC on August 21, 1997, and the transaction was consummated on October 17, 1997.[5] In June 2000, Little America Business Organization (Dr. James Nicholls, principal) reached an agreement to sell this station to Progressive United Communications Inc. (Frank C. Cummings, chairman) for a reported sale price of $45,000.[6] The deal was approved by the FCC on September 12, 2000, and the transaction was consummated on November 6, 2000.[7] At the time of the sale, WDLK broadcast a news/talk radio format.[6] On May 9, 2012, the FCC informed the then-silent WDLK that its license would be cancelled if the station remained silent for more than 12 months. The FCC cancelled the station’s license on April 30, 2013. References[edit] ^ “Station Information Profile”. Arbitron.  ^ “Application Search Details (BL-19800821AD)”. FCC Media Bureau. October 10, 1980.  ^ “Call Sign History”. FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database.  ^ “Application Search Details (BAL-19881128EB)”. FCC Media Bureau. February 28, 1989.  ^ “Application Search Details (BAL-19970709EB)”. FCC Media Bureau. October 17, 1997.  ^ a b “Changing Hands – 7/10/2000”. Broadcasting & Cable. July 10, 2000.  ^ “Application Search Details (BAL-20000601ADU)”. FCC Media Bureau. November 6, 2000.  External links[edit]WDLK official websiteQuery the FCC’. thanks wikipedia.

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4th Virginia Regiment

This article includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. (February 2012) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) 4th Virginia Regiment Active 1775–1783 Type Infantry Part of Virginia Line Engagements Battle of Trenton, Battle of Princeton, Battle of Brandywine, Battle of Germantown, Battle of Monmouth, Siege of Charleston  New York and New Jersey, 1776–1777Long Island – Kip’s Bay – Harlem Heights – Pell’s Point – White Plains – Fort Washington – 1st Trenton – 2nd Trenton – Princeton – Forage War – Bound Brook v t e Philadelphia campaign 1777–1778Bound Brook Short Hills Staten Island Cooch’s Bridge Brandywine Clouds Paoli Germantown Red Bank Fort Mifflin Gloucester White Marsh Matson’s Ford Valley Forge Conway Cabal Quinton’s Bridge Crooked Billet Barren Hill Carlisle Peace Commission Monmouth  Southern theater Participation, 1780Charleston v t e American Revolutionary War units of the United StatesContinental Army List of Continental units Units by stateConnecticut Delaware Georgia Maryland Massachusetts New Hampshire New Jersey New York North Carolina Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina Vermont Virginia Non-state unitsExtra and Additional regiments Armand’s Legion Pulaski’s Legion Lee’s Legion Ottendorf’s Corps Commander-in-Chief’s GuardState militia List of state units The 4th Virginia Regiment was raised on December 28, 1775 at Suffolk Court House, Virginia for service with the Continental Army. The regiment saw action at the Battle of Trenton, Battle of Princeton, Battle of Brandywine, Battle of Germantown, Battle of Monmouth and the Siege of Charleston. Most of the regiment was captured at Charlestown, South Carolina on May 12, 1780 by the British and the regiment was formally disbanded on January 1, 1783. References[edit]External links[edit]Bibliography of the Continental Army in Virginia compiled by the United States Army Center of Military Historyv t e The Virginia Line and Militia in the American Revolutionary War Virginia Regular Units1st Virginia Regiment 2nd Virginia Regiment 3rd Virginia Regiment 4. thanks wikipedia.

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Pendulum Drift (film)

Pendulum DriftPromotional material for Pendulum DriftDirected by Shehzad Afzal Produced by Shehzad Afzal Written by Shehzad Afzal StarringAtta Yaqub Christopher Hill Danielle Farrow Francois Menard-Noens Jack Carswell James Clark Joanne Bell Lauren Lamarr Matthew Dudley Mark Horn Marty Benvenuty Nicky Modlin Nicolette McKeown Ruth Tapp Tom McBride Vivien TaylorMusic by Shaahan Afzal Cinematography Garry Torrance Edited by Shehzad AfzalProduction companies Filmedup LtdDistributed by TBCRelease datesTBCRunning timeapprox. 105 minutes Country United Kingdom Language English Budget Private-Finance Pendulum Drift is the debut Art House drama feature film directed by Edinburgh International Film Festival & Skillset 2009 Trailblazer award winner, Shehzad Afzal.[1][2][3][4] Shehzad Afzal applied and experimented with a multitude of methods and techniques, developed over the course of his MA dissertation research at Screen Academy Scotland during 2009, to the candidate and host feature film project, Pendulum Drift.[5] The Pendulum Drift film Soundtrack theme is composed by musician Shaahan Afzal. Envisaged to include both established and up-and-coming Scottish Bands and Artists.[6] The film, Pendulum Drift, is currently in post-production and expected for film festival release in 2016/17.[7]Contents 1 Plot 2 Production 3 References 4 External linksPlot[edit] The film follows one night of security guard Alastair’s shift at a run down hotel bar and adjacent car park facilities. The ensuing night brings forth an eclectic mix of characters from druggies, dealers and hookers to a bizarre hustler gang and an Internet webcam hostess. A crossroads where relationships begin to crack at the seams, truths are uncovered and loyalties are tested. With his past coming to the fore, Alastair has to keep his wits, patience and his nerve to survive the night. Production[edit] The film production was supported by Robin MacPherson, former Professor and Director of Screen Academy Scotland, part of Edinburgh Napier University and Edinburgh College of Art. Locations were originally scouted and advised by Andy Harris, Art Director and Production Designer on films such as Hellbound: Hellraiser II, ‘Sunset Song’, and Comfort and Joy (1984 film) amongst others. Pendulum Drift was filmed on location near Dunbarton, Glasgow, Scotland during April 2010 over a course of five consecutive nights. References[edit] ^ Filmedu. thanks wikipedia.

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