Johannes Alfred Hultman

Johannes Alfred Hultman (1861–1942) was a Swedish evangelist, singer, musician, composer and publisher, who spread the Good News in the United States and Sweden for over half a century. In 1885 he was one of the founding members of the Evangelical Mission Covenant Church.[1]

Contents

1 Biography
2 Songbooks
3 Selected melodies
4 Recordings
5 References
6 External links

Biography[edit]

Johannes Alfred Hultman [1][2]

Born
(1861-07-06)July 6, 1861
Jönköping County, Småland

Died
August 7, 1942(1942-08-07) (aged 81)
Glendale, California

Occupation
evangelist, singer, musician, composer, publisher

Spouse(s)
Carolina Palmer; Margaret Jansson

Children
Four

J. A. Hultman was born in 1861 on a farm in Jönköping County in the province of Småland. His family emigrated to America in 1869 and settled on a farm near Essex, Iowa.
His religious faith and interest in music began at early age. As a young man he studied for two years at the Chicago Athenaeum while leading a choir at the present-day Douglas Park Covenant Church. He later served as pastor at Covenant churches in Nebraska and Massachusetts.[1]
A revivalist preacher while still in his teens, Hultman did not become an ordained minister until 1900. After six years as an assistant pastor in Worcester, Massachusetts, he resigned his post to allow more time for his concert tours and business activities. One of his ventures was the Hultman Conservatory of Music, which he and his son operated in Worcester, Massachusetts and later moved to Chicago.[1]
His warm personality and uplifting songs earned Hultman the title of “The Sunshine Singer”. In 1889 he joined the Swedish theologian P. P. Waldenström on a preaching tour of the United States, for which he provided the music. He toured extensively, becoming well known in Swedish-American communities and in Sweden, which from 1909 onwards he visited frequently. Wherever he went, he brought along his trademark portable organ. When suspected of being a bootlegger during Prohibition, he was asked if he carried any “moonshine”. He replied that he only smuggled “sunshine”.[3]
Typically, a third of the proceeds from his concerts went to the sponsoring church while another third went to charity. Hultman was quite generous with the third that he received. The 1925 construction of Caroline Hall at North Park University, for instance, was partially funded by his concert earnings. His connection to the school went back to the years 1896-1897 when

As Catedrais beach

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Las Catedrales or As Catedrais

As Catedrais beach translates as ‘Beach of the Cathedrals’. It is the turistic name of Praia de Augas Santas (in Galician language : ‘Beach of the Holy Waters’). The Spanish beach is located in the Ribadeo municipality, in the province of Lugo (Galicia), on the Cantabric coast, and it lies about ten kilometres to the west from the town of Ribadeo. Its name is derived from the formations of its cliffs.
It has been declared a Natural Monument by the regional Ministry for the Environment of the Xunta de Galicia.
Overview[edit]
The place’s more characteristic features are its natural arches and caves, which can be seen only in low tide. During high tide, the beach appears quite small, but is still suitable to go for a swim. High tide is an interesting time to visit the place and wander over the top of the cliffs, from West to East, heading to the Esteiro Beach. During low tide you can appreciate the size of its magnificent cliffs and the picturesque sea caves, which go from small cracks on the rock to big caves whose roofs collapse due to the erosion of the waves. Also during low tide you can gain access to a sand deposit delimited by a rocky wall made from slate and schist of strange and complex forms: more than 30-meters-tall arches which remind to cathedral flying buttresses, dozen-meters-long caves, sand corridors between rocky blocks and many other curiosities. When low tide is lower than usual, you can access the nearby beaches through the sand extension. However, it is advisable to be back before the water starts to cover the beach again, which happens very quickly, since the coast stretch is almost horizontal.
References[edit]

This article contains information taken from the Enciclopedia Libre Universal[permanent dead link], released in spanish under CC-BY-SA 3.0 License.

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Playa de las Catedrales.

Concello de Ribadeo’s website, where a brief description of the beach can be found
Personal blog with pictures and useful information
Visitor comments at tripadvisor.de (click “machine translations: No” there, to get comments in English)

Coordinates: 43°33

Opole Świerczyna

Opole Świerczyna

Village

Country
Poland

Voivodeship
Masovian

County
Siedlce County

Gmina
Gmina Siedlce

Population
44

Opole Świerczyna [ɔˈpɔlɛ ɕfjɛrˈt͡ʂɨna] is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Siedlce, within Siedlce County, Masovian Voivodeship, in east-central Poland.[1]
The village has a population of 44.
References[edit]

^ “Central Statistical Office (GUS) – TERYT (National Register of Territorial Land Apportionment Journal)” (in Polish). 2008-06-01. 

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Gmina Siedlce

Seat (not part of the gmina)

Siedlce

Villages

Białki
Biel
Błogoszcz
Chodów
Golice
Golice-Kolonia
Grabianów
Grubale
Jagodnia
Joachimów
Nowe Iganie
Nowe Opole
Opole Świerczyna
Osiny
Ostrówek
Pruszyn
Pruszyn-Pieńki
Pruszynek
Purzec
Pustki
Rakowiec
Stare Iganie
Stare Opole
Stok Lacki
Stok Lacki-Folwark
Strzała
Topórek
Ujrzanów
Wólka Leśna
Wołyńce
Wołyńce-Kolonia
Żabokliki
Żabokliki-Kolonia
Żelków-Kolonia
Żytnia

Coordinates: 52°11′43″N 22°12′45″E / 52.19528°N 22.21250°E / 52.19528; 22.21250

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Segrià

Segrià

Comarca

Flag

Coat of arms

Country
 Spain

Autonomous community
 Catalonia

Province
Lleida

Capital
Lleida

Municipalities

List

Aitona, Els Alamús, Albatàrrec, Alcanó, Alcarràs, Alcoletge, Alfarràs, Alfés, Alguaire, Almacelles, Almatret, Almenar, Alpicat, Artesa de Lleida, Aspa, Benavent de Segrià, Corbins, Gimenells i el Pla de la Font, La Granja d’Escarp, Llardecans, Lleida, Maials, Massalcoreig, Montoliu de Lleida, La Portella, Puigverd de Lleida, Rosselló, Sarroca de Lleida, Seròs, Soses, Sudanell, Sunyer, Torre-serona, Torrebesses, Torrefarrera, Torres de Segre, Vilanova de Segrià, Vilanova de la Barca

Area

 • Total
1,396.4 km2 (539.2 sq mi)

Population (2014)

 • Total
209,768

 • Density
150/km2 (390/sq mi)

Demonym(s)
 

Time zone
CET (UTC+1)

 • Summer (DST)
CEST (UTC+2)

Largest municipality
Lleida

Segrià is a comarca (county) in the west of Catalonia, Spain, bordering Aragon. As of 2001[update], over two thirds of its population live in the capital city of Lleida, which is also Catalonia’s largest municipality, and remains the most populated comarca in the Lleida province. It takes its name from the river Segre.
Municipalities[edit]

Municipality
Population

(2014)[1]
Area

km2[1]

Aitona
2,415
66.9

Els Alamús
769
20.5

Albatàrrec
2,139
10.5

Alcanó
242
21.0

Alcarràs
9,252
114.3

Alcoletge
3,270
16.7

Alfarràs
3,003
11.4

Alfés
315
31.9

Alguaire
3,093
50.1

Almacelles
6,699
49.0

Almatret
333
56.8

Almenar
3,547
66.6

Alpicat
6,297
15.3

Artesa de Lleida
1,508
23.9

Aspa
215
10.2

Benavent de Segrià
1,516
7.4

Corbins
1,400
21.0

Gimenells i el Pla de la Font
1,129
55.8

La Granja d’Escarp
972
38.5

Llardecans
497
66.0

Lleida
139,176
212.3

Maials
959
57.1

Massalcoreig
560
14.1

Montoliu de Lleida
515
7.3

La Portella
750
12.3

Puigverd de Lleida
1,411
12.5

Rosselló
3,021
9.9

Sarroca de Lleida
403
42.2

Seròs
1,887
85.8

Soses
1,754
30.2

Sudanell
872
8.7

Sunyer
307
12.7

Torre-serona
388
5.9

Torrebesses
291
27.4

Torrefarrera
4,512
23.5

Torres de Segre
2,301
50.6

Vilanova de la Barca
1,120
21.6

Vilanova de Segrià
930
8.5

• Total: 38
209,768
1,396.4

References[edit]

^ a b “El municipi en xifres”. Institut d’Estadística de Catalunya. Retrieved 2015-05-25. 

External links[edit]

Official comarcal web site

Noguera

Hue

Amphicerus

Amphicerus

Amphicerus cornutus

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Arthropoda

Class:
Insecta

Order:
Coleoptera

Superfamily:
Bostrichoidea

Family:
Bostrichidae

Subfamily:
Bostrichinae

Tribe:
Bostrichini

Genus:
Amphicerus
Guérin-Méneville, 1845

Selected species

Amphicerus cornutus
Amphicerus bicaudatus
Amphicerus simplex
Amphicerus teres

Amphicerus is a genus of beetle.
External links[edit]

Amphicerus at BugGuide.Net

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Amphicerus.

Wikispecies has information related to: Amphicerus

This Bostrichidae-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.

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2006 World Junior Championships in Athletics – Women’s 400 metres hurdles

Events at the
2006 World Junior
Championships in Athletics

Track events

100 m
 
men
 
women

200 m

men

women

400 m

men

women

800 m

men

women

1500 m

men

women

3000 m

women

5000 m

men

women

10,000 m

men

100 m hurdles

women

110 m hurdles

men

400 m hurdles

men

women

3000 m
steeplechase

men

women

4×100 m relay

men

women

4×400 m relay

men

women

10,000 m walk

men

women

Field events

High jump

men

women

Pole vault

men

women

Long jump

men

women

Triple jump

men

women

Shot put

men

women

Discus throw

men

women

Hammer throw

men

women

Javelin throw

men

women

Combined events

Heptathlon

women

Decathlon

men

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The women’s 400 metres hurdles event at the 2006 World Junior Championships in Athletics was held in Beijing, China, at Chaoyang Sports Centre on 15, 16 and 17 August.[1][2]

Contents

1 Medalists
2 Results

2.1 Final
2.2 Semifinals

2.2.1 Semifinal 1
2.2.2 Semifinal 2

2.3 Heats

2.3.1 Heat 1
2.3.2 Heat 2
2.3.3 Heat 3
2.3.4 Heat 4

3 Participation
4 References

Medalists[edit]

Gold
Kaliese Spencer
 Jamaica

Silver
Nicole Leach
 United States

Bronze
Sherene Pinnock
 Jamaica

Results[edit]
Final[edit]
17 August

Rank
Name
Nationality
Time
Notes

01 !
Kaliese Spencer
 Jamaica
55.11

02 !
Nicole Leach
 United States
55.55

03 !
Sherene Pinnock
 Jamaica
56.67

4
Muna Jabir Adam
 Sudan
57.03

5
Ajoke Odumusu
 Nigeria
57.38

6
Anastasiya Ott
 Russia
57.47

7
Ghofran Al-Mouhmad
 Syria
58.49

8
Perri Shakes-Drayton
 United Kingdom
59.37

Semifinals[edit]
16 August
Semifinal 1[edit]

Rank
Name
Nationality
Time
Notes

1
Nicole Leach
 United States
56.10
Q

2
Sherene Pinnock
 Jamaica
57.11
Q

3
Anastasiya Ott
 Russia
57.19
Q

4
Ghofran Al-Mouhmad
 Syria
57.42
Q

5
Sara Petersen
 Denmark
57.65

6
Wang Hui
 China
57.69

7
Lauren Boden
 Australia
58.05

8
Laetitia Denis
 France
58.55

Semifinal 2[edit]

Rank
Name
Nationality
Time
Notes

1
Kaliese Spencer
 Jamaica
56.11
Q

2
Muna Jabir Adam
 Sudan
56.55
Q

3
Ajoke Odumusu
 Nigeria
57.00
Q

4
Perri Shakes-Drayton
 United Kingdom
57.52
Q

5
Tina Polak
 Poland
57.65

6
Darya Korableva
 Russia
58.16

7
Frederike Schönfeld
 Germany
58.64

8
Ebony Collins
 United States
60.70

Heats[edit]
15 A

MEPIS

SimplyMEPIS

SimplyMEPIS 11.0 default desktop

Developer
Warren Woodford

OS family
Unix-like

Working state
Current

Initial release
May 2003 (2003-05)

Latest release
11.9.90 / July 29, 2013; 3 years ago (2013-07-29)

Update method
APT

Package manager
dpkg

Platforms
IA-32, x86-64

Kernel type
Monolithic

Default user interface
KDE Plasma Desktop

License
Various

Official website
www.mepis.org

MEPIS /ˈmɛpᵻs/ is a set of Linux distributions, distributed as Live CDs or DVDs that can be installed onto a hard disk drive. MEPIS was started by Warren Woodford and the eponymous company MEPIS LLC.
The most popular MEPIS distribution is SimplyMEPIS, which is based primarily on Debian stable. It can either be installed onto a hard drive or used as a Live DVD, which makes it externally bootable for troubleshooting and repairing many operating systems. It includes the KDE desktop environment.
MEPIS LLC offers senior consulting services for product strategy, architecture design, business and systems analysis, and cross-platform software development.

Contents

1 History
2 Current variants
3 Name
4 References
5 External links

5.1 Reviews

History[edit]
MEPIS was designed as an alternative to SUSE Linux, Red Hat Linux, and Mandriva Linux (formerly Mandrake) which, in the creator Warren Woodford’s opinion, were too difficult for the average user. MEPIS’s first official release was on May 10, 2003.
In 2006, MEPIS made a transition from using Debian packages to using Ubuntu packages.[1] SimplyMEPIS 6.0, released in July 2006, was the first version of MEPIS to incorporate the Ubuntu packages and repositories.
SimplyMEPIS 7.0 discontinued the use of Ubuntu binary packages in favor of a combination of MEPIS packaged binaries based on Debian and Ubuntu source code, combined with a Debian stable OS core and extra packages from Debian package pools.[2]
Major releases occur about six months to one year apart, based mostly on Warren’s availability to produce the next version.
Current variants[edit]
SimplyMEPIS, designed for everyday desktop and laptop computing. The default desktop environment is KDE-based, although Gnome and/or other GUI-environments can be installed. SimplyMEPIS 11.0 is based on Debian 6 and includes Linux 2.6.36.4, KDE 4.5.1 and LibreOffice 3.3.2, with other applications available from Debian and the MEPIS Community. It was released on May 5, 2011.[3] Development halted during beta testing of Mepis 12.
anti
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Commanders for Israel’s Security

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Commanders for Israel’s Security

Founded
2014

Type
Extra-parliamentary

Area served

Israel

Website
en.cis.org.il

“Commanders for Israel’s Security” (CIS, Hebrew: מפקדים למען ביטחון ישראל‎‎) is an Israeli movement of ex-senior security officials (IDF, Mossad, Shin Bet and Israel Police), that was founded in October 2014, and aims to promote a regional political-security initiative to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and to normalize relations with moderate Arab states. The movement is non-partisan but promotes a political goal.
The organization was established by a private and spontaneous initiative, in which a number of senior reserve officers who called on the Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, to adopt the Arab Peace Initiative as a basis for political negotiations and security, and to advance the peace process.[1]
Among members of the movement, are former IDF Chief of Staff Dan Halutz, former Directors of Mossad Zvi Zamir, Shabtai Shavit, Danny Yatom and Meir Dagan, former Head of the Shin Bet Ami Ayalon, former Air Force Commanders Amos Lapidot and Avihu Ben-Nun, and former Police Commissioners Herzl Shafir, Yaakov Turner and Assaf Hefetz, and many others.[2]
Activity[edit]
In February 2015, members of the group expressed criticism of Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision to address a joint session of the U.S. Congress, which was arranged without the engagement of U.S. President Barack Obama and his administration.[3] The organization, which includes over 200 retired officers, protested that Netanyahu’s speech would damage the relationship between Israel and the United States, Israel’s foremost ally. Amnon Reshef, the group’s director general, addressing Netanyahu’s intent to address concerns about a nuclear Iran, stated, “The way to stop a nuclear Iran is by strengthening ties between countries, between the US and Israel, between Israel and the international community. You can’t hide the divide with the Americans and we can’t be complacent about it. We believe that this thing is a clear and present danger to the security of Israel.” Netanyahu’s former commander when he was in the IDF, Amiram Levin, notes that Netanyahu should understand the target is “Tehran, not Washington.”[4] Netanyahu’s Likud party dismissed the criticism it sa
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Comedy Cabaret

Comedy Cabaret

Genre
Variety

Created by
Harry Pringle

Based on
Cabaret

Country of origin
England

Original language(s)
English

No. of episodes
5

Production

Producer(s)
Harry Pringle, Arthur Ozmond

Running time
30–45 minutes [1][2]

Production company(s)
BBC Television

Release

Original network
BBC Television

Original release
18 January 1938 (1938-01-18) – 28 February 1939 (1939-02-28)

Comedy Cabaret was a British television programme broadcast 1938–39 on BBC Television. It was one of several spin-offs from the BBC series Cabaret. It was a live variety programme. There were five episodes, three in 1938 and two in 1939.[Note 1] The three 1938 episodes were produced by Harry Pringle, and one of the 1939 episodes by Arthur Ozmond.[1][2][5] No episode has survived.[Note 2]

Contents

1 Performers
2 See also
3 Notes
4 References
5 External links

Performers[edit]
As of February 2016[update], the following performers who appeared in Comedy Cabaret are subjects of Wikipedia articles. Their numbers of appearances (counting 18/22 January and 10/12 August 1938 as single episodes) are given in parentheses.

Hermione Baddeley (1906–86). English character actress (1) [6]
Jane Carr (1909–57), British actress (1) [7]
Charles Heslop (1883–1966), British actor, compere (1) [8]
Charlie Higgins, (before 1930 – c. 1978), English comedian (1) [9]
George Robey (1869–1954), English comedian (2) [10]

See also[edit]

Cabaret (British TV series)
Cabaret Cartoons
Cabaret Cruise
Eastern Cabaret
Intimate Cabaret
Western Cabaret

Notes[edit]

^ Internet Movie Database (IMDb) lists seven episodes. However, according to Radio Times two of those were repeat performances: 22 January 1938 of 18 January 1938, with one change of performer,[3] and 12 August 1938 of 10 August 1938.[4]
^ The programme was broadcast live. Methods to record live television did not exist until late 1947, and were rarely used by the BBC until around 1953–55.

References[edit]

^ a b “Radio Times 1938” (PDF). Radio Times. Retrieved 23 February 2016. 
^ a b “Radio Times 1939” (PDF). Radio Times. Retrieved 23 February 2016. 
^ “Television: Monday, January 17, to Saturday, January 22” (PDF). Radio Times. Retrieved 20 February 2016. 
^ “Television: Sunday, August 7, to Saturday, August 13” (PDF). Radio Times. Retrieved 20 February 2016. 
^ Comedy Cabaret at the Internet Movie Database
^ Hermione Baddeley at the Internet Movie D

Dimoetes

In Greek mythology, Dimoetes (Διμοίτης) was a brother of Troezen, thus presumably a son of Pelops and Hippodamia. He was married to Evopis, daughter of Troezen.
Evopis was in love with her own brother and consorted with him despite being married to Dimoetes. Upon discovering this, Dimoetes reported the matter to Troezen. Evopis, in shame, cursed Dimoetes and hanged herself.
Not much later, Dimoetes found a dead body of an outstandingly beautiful woman washed up on the seashore, and was overcome with passion. The corpse, however, soon began to rot so he had to bury it. He piled up a tomb for the woman and then, unable to deal with his desire for her, killed himself.[1]
References[edit]

^ Parthenius, Love Romances, 31

Sources[edit]

Parthenius, Love Romances. Transl. by S. Gaselee (1916) at Classical E-text

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