Wallis and Futuna Territorial Assembly election, 2007

Wallis and Futuna This article is part of a series on the politics and government of Wallis and Futuna Administrator SuperiorMarcel Renouf Territorial AssemblyPresident: Mikaele Kulimoetoke Political parties Elections: 2007, 2012Other countries AtlasPolitics portal v t eTerritorial Assembly elections were held in Wallis and Futuna on 1 April 2007.[1] Of the twenty-six lists contesting the election, twenty won one seat each in an election that has been described as “having elected members along mainly clan lines”.[2] Three new members were elected, and turnout was 71 per cent.[3] The new president of the Territorial Assembly should have been chosen on 6 April 2007, but this was delayed until 11 April 2007 due to bad weather.[4] On that date, Pesamino Taputai was elected with 12 votes in favour.[5] Results[edit]e • d Summary of the 1 April 2007 Territorial Assembly of Wallis and Futuna election resultsLists Votes % Seats Various right-leaning lists (UMP, Modem,..). 12 Various left-leaning lists (PS,..). 8 Total  20 Source: French Wikipedia. v t eElections and referendums in Wallis and Futuna Assembly elections1987 1992 1997 2002 2007 2012 Referendums1959This Oceanian election-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e This Wallis and Futuna-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Arnarfjörður

Arnarfjörður Arnarfjörður is a large fjord in the Westfjords region of Iceland. It is thirty kilometres long and five to ten kilometres wide. “Arnar” is possessive of “Örn” and so was named the first settler of the fjord. External links[edit]Arnarfjordur – West fjordsCoordinates: 65°45′N 23°40′W / 65.750°N 23.667°W / 65.750; -23.667This Iceland location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Neurosociology

This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia’s quality standards. No cleanup reason has been specified. Please help improve this article if you can. (December 2007) SociologyHistory Outline Portal Theory Positivism Antipositivism Postpositivism Functionalism Conflict theories Social constructionism Structuralism Interactionism Critical theory Structure and agency Actor-network theory Methods Quantitative Qualitative Historical Mathematical Computational Ethnography Ethnomethodology Network analysis Subfields Conflict Criminology Culture Development Deviance Demography Education Economic Environmental Family Gender Health Industrial Inequality Knowledge Law Literature Medical Military Organizational Political Race and ethnicity Religion Rural Science Social change Social movements Social psychology Stratification STS Technology Urban Browse Bibliography Index Journals Organizations People Timelinev t eNeurosociology is the application of neurobiology to the study of society. In contrast to social neuroscience, an interdisciplinary field devoted to understanding how biological systems implement social processes and behavior of the individual, Neurosociology focuses on understanding how these biological systems and individual or collective behavior affect society. Neurosociology is approached from the macro level with respect to the individual. An example of the subject matter of neurosociology would be the discovery of mirror neurons. Not only do humans passively watch what others do (including the expression of emotions) but the motor cortex actually simulates what is watched. This is part of the reason why strong emotions are contagious, and why humans can have strong physiological reactions to events viewed from afar. The lack of mirror neurons is consistent in psychopathic behavior, thus lacking many normative empathetic responses (Tancredi, 2010).[1] Neurosociological research can help define these individuals influence on society as well as implement more efficient and humane programs of rehabilitation or incarceration. Neurosociology debunks individualistic tabula rasa theories of knowledge. In neurosociology, an environment may trigger responses, but the brain selects, interprets, edits, and changes the very quality of incoming information to fit its own requirements and limitations. Neurosociology, “posits two stages of top-down causation, first from society to mind, and second f. thanks wikipedia.

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Nik Ahmad Fadly Nik Leh

Nik Ahmad FadlyPersonal information Full name Nik Ahmad Fadly bin Nik Leh Date of birth (1977-05-28) 28 May 1977 (age 38) Place of birth Kota Bharu, Kelantan, Malaysia Playing position Midfield Youth career 1996-1997 Kelantan FA 1999 Olympic 2000 Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1998 Olympic 2000 2000-2001 Kelantan FA 2002-2003 Kuala Lumpur FA 2004 TNB Kelantan FC 2005-2006 Malacca FA 2006-2008 Kelantan FA National team‡ 1997-1998 Malaysia U-21 1999-2000 Malaysia U-23 1997-2001 Malaysia 1 (0)* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 31 May 2011. † Appearances (goals) ‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 29 July 2011 Nik Ahmad Fadly Nik Leh (born 28 May 1977) is a Malaysian former professional footballer.Contents 1 Club career 2 National team 3 Personal life 4 External links 5 ReferencesClub career[edit] He mainly played for Kelantan FA during his professional career. Other teams that he played for includes Kuala Lumpur FA, Malacca FA and TNB Kelantan FC. He was also in the Olympic 2000 team that were playing in the Malaysian League for the 1998 season. National team[edit] Nik Ahmad Fadly’s sole Malaysia senior team appearance came in 2001, in the 2001 Merdeka Tournament group game against Bahrain.[1] He was in the Malaysia national under-21 football team that competes in the 1997 FIFA World Youth Championship, held in Malaysia.[2] He scores the only goal for Malaysia in the tournament in a 1-3 loss against Uruguay, as Malaysia exited the tournament in group stage having lost all 3 group games. Personal life[edit] His father, Nik Leh @ Nik Salleh Nik Man was also a footballer playing for TNB Kelantan FC and Kelantan FA in the 1970s.[3] External links[edit]Nik Ahmad Fadly Nik Leh at National-Football-Teams.comReferences[edit] ^ http://www.rsssf.com/intldetails/2001as.html ^ http://www.fifa.com/worldfootball/statisticsandrecords/players/player=193947/index.html ^ http://www.nusantaraku.org/forum/news-current-issues-rumours/4390-nik-leh-sengeng-perturunkan-ilmu-bola-sepak-kepada-anaknya.htmlThis biographical article related to Malaysian association football is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Bailey Peacock-Farrell

Bailey Peacock-Farrell Peacock-Farrell warming up for a league game in 2015Personal information Full name Bailey Peacock-Farrell[1] Date of birth (1996-10-29) 29 October 1996 (age 19) Place of birth Darlington, Durham, England Playing position Goalkeeper Club informationCurrent teamLeeds United Number 45 Youth career 2006–2013 Middlesbrough 2013–2015 Leeds United Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 2015– Leeds United 1 (0)* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 19:00, 5 April 2016 (UTC). † Appearances (goals) Bailey Peacock-Farrell (born 29 October 1996) is a footballer who plays for Leeds United as a Goalkeeper.Contents 1 Youth career1.1 First Team 2 References 3 External linksYouth career[edit] Peacock-Farrell joined the Middlesbrough youth academy before being released in 2013. He joined Leeds United as a scholar shortly after and signed his first professional contract with the Yorkshire side in the Summer of 2015. First Team[edit] Peacock-Farrell joined the first team in the 2015-16 campaign on a mid-season trip to Wycombe Wanderers in a friendly match during the November international break, replaced goalkeeper Marco Silvestri in the 87th minute in a 2-0 win. Following an injury to Ross Turnbull and the release of reserve goalkeeper Charlie Horton, who had returned to the United States for personal reasons, Peacock-Farrell was promoted to the first team squad for a league game away to Queens Park Rangers. He remained with the first team squad for the rest of the season as manager Steve Evans opted to show faith in the young Academy graduate rather than sign a more experienced back-up. Following Silvestri’s dismissal in an away game to Rotherham United in April 2016,[2] Peacock-Farrell was handed his first team debut in the return fixture against QPR on the 6th April 2016 in a 1-1 draw, with Peacock-Farrell putting in an accomplished performance only for Leeds defender Giuseppe Bellusci to give away an injury time penalty which was converted by Q.P.R. player Tjaronn Chery.[3] On 26 April 2016, with Peacock-Farrell highly rated by Leeds Head Coach Steve Evans, Peacock-Farrell was offered a 2 year contract extension, with Evans feeling he was pushing regular Goalkeeper Marco Silvestri for the number 1 shirt.[4] References[edit] ^ “THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE LIMITED CLUB LIST OF REGISTERED PLAYERS AS AT 16TH MAY 2015” (PDF). The Footb. thanks wikipedia.

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Earl Cunningham

Earl Cunningham (1893–1977) was a twentieth-century American Folk artist. Cunnigham was a self-taught artist who painted mostly landscapes of the coasts of Maine, New York, Nova Scotia, Michigan, North and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. He used vivid colors, flat perspective, and a few recurrent themes. He added incongruous details, “such as flamingos in Maine and Viking ships in Florida,” to his work.[1] Cunningham was born in Edgecomb, Maine, the third of six children. He left home at age 13 and made a living as a tinker and peddler. About four years later, he began to paint and sell pictures of boats and landscapes. He obtained a license to work as a river and coastal pilot, and worked on sailing ships along the eastern seaboard of the United States. He married Iva Moses, a piano teacher on June 29, 1915. He continued to paint and he and his wife split the next eighteen years between Florida and Maine, where they had a farm. They divorced between 1936 and 1940. In 1940 he sold the farm in Maine and bought a farm in Waterboro, South Carolina. During the Second World War, he raised chickens for the United States Army.[2] Cunningham moved to Saint Augustine, Florida in 1949[3] and opened an art gallery and curio shop. In 1961 he sent a painting titled “The Everglades” to Jacqueline Kennedy that is on display at John F. Kennedy Library and Museum in Boston. In 1969, his work began to attract serious notice, and in 1970 was exhibited at the then Loch Haven Art Center in Orlando. He reputation continued to grow, and a large number of his paintings were shown at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Beach, Florida in August 1974. His art continued to draw attention long after his death on December 29, 1977 (he committed suicide at age 84).[4] He was inducted into the Florida Artist’s Hall of fame on June 2, 2003.[5] His works were on display beginning August 10, 2007 at the Smithsonian American Art Gallery in Washington, D.C., the first stop on a national tour.[6] Artistic Style[edit] Largely considered a folk artist, Cunningham painted the American landscape of the Atlantic coast and its intercoastal ecosystem with dock workers, fishermen, farmers, wildlife and even American Indian tribes. As he traveled up and down the coast he painted his reflections of the surroundings. He depicted accurately detailed shoreline features in the tradition of memory painting.[7] He painted over 400 landscapes, of which a large number reside at The Mennello Museum. thanks wikipedia.

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List of Telugu films of 1988

Telugu cinema (Tollywood)1930s 1940s 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950s 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960s 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970s 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980s 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990s 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000s 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010s 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016v t eThis is a list of films produced by the Tollywood (Telugu language film industry) based in Hyderabad in the year 1988. 1988[edit] Title Director Cast Music Notes Aahuti Kodi Ramakrishna Rajasekhar, Jeevitha SatyamAakhari Poratam K. Raghavendra Rao Akkineni Nagarjuna, Sridevi, Suhasini, Satyanarayana Kaikala IlayarajaAbhinandana Ashok Kumar Karthik, Shobana IlayarajaAgni Keratalu Tatineni Rama Rao Krishna Ghattamaneni, Bhanupriya, Gummadi ChakravarthyBazaru Rowdy A. Kodandarami Reddy Ramesh Babu, Gouthami, Nadhiya, Mahesh Babu Raj-KotiBrahma Putrudu Dasari Narayana Rao Daggubati Venkatesh, Rajani, Roja, Sharada, Jayasudha ChakravarthyChikkadu Dorakadu Relangi Narasimha Rao Rajendra Prasad, Rajani ChakravarthyChinna Babu Mohan Gandhi Akkineni Nagarjuna, Mohan Babu, Amala, Jaggayya IlayarajaChinnodu Peddodu Relangi Narasimha Rao Rajendra Prasad, Chandra Mohan, Kushboo S. P. BalasubramanyamChoopulu Kalasina Shubhavela Jandhyala Mohan, Naresh, Ashwani, Rajan-NagendraDonga Kollu Vijaya Baapineedu Rajendra Prasad, Sumalatha, Nutan Prasad Vasu RaoIllu Illalu Pillalu Visu Chandra Mohan, Sharada, Anand Babu VijayanandJanaki Ramudu K. Raghavendra Rao Akkineni Nagarjuna, Vijayashanti, Jeevitha K. V. MahadevanKhaidi No.786 Vijaya Bapineedu Chiranjeevi, Bhanupriya, Mohan Babu, Nutan Prasad, Kota Srinivasa Rao Raj-KotiMaa Inti Maharaju Vijaya Bapineedu Krishnam Raju, Jayasudha, Rajesh, Nirmalamma Vasu RaoMaharshi Vamsy Raghava, Shantipriya IlayarajaManchi Donga K. Raghavendra Rao Chiranjeevi, Suhasini, Vijayashanti ChakravarthyMarana Mrudangam A. Kodandarami Reddy Chiranjeevi, Suhasini, Radha, Mohan Babu IlayarajaPellichesi Choodu Relangi Narasimha Rao Rajendra Prasad, Ashwini, Tara, Ali Vasu RaoPushpaka Vimanam Singeetham Srinivasa Rao Kamal Hassan, Amala, Amjad Khan, Tinnu Anand IlayarajaRaktabhishekam A. Kodandarami Reddy Balakrishna, Radha IlayarajaRamudu Bheemudu K. Mur. thanks wikipedia.

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Teaquahan River

The Teaquahan River, formerly Teaquahan Creek,[1] is a river in the Pacific Ranges of the Coast Mountains, flowing into the head of Bute Inlet at Waddington Harbour, immediately east of the mouth of the Homathko River.[2] See also[edit]List of British Columbia rivers Homathko Estuary Provincial ParkReferences[edit] ^ BC Names/GeoBC entry “Teaquahan Creek” ^ BC Names/GeoBC entry “Teaquahan River” 50°55′52″N 124°49′51″W / 50.93111°N 124.83083°W / 50.93111; -124.83083 (Teaquahan River)This article about a location on the Coast of British Columbia, Canada is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Seven Days Confederate order of battle

The following Confederate States Army units and commanders fought in the Seven Days Battles (from June 25 to July 1, 1862) of the American Civil War. Order of battle compiled from the army organization during the battle,[1] the casualty returns[2] and the reports.[3][4] The Union order of battle is listed separately.Contents 1 Abbreviations used1.1 Military rank 1.2 Other 2 Army of Northern Virginia2.1 Jackson’s Command 2.2 D. H. Hill’s Division 2.3 Magruder’s Command 2.4 Longstreet’s Division 2.5 Huger’s Division 2.6 A. P. Hill’s Light Division 2.7 Department of North Carolina 2.8 Artillery Reserve 2.9 Cavalry 3 Notes 4 ReferencesAbbreviations used[edit] Military rank[edit]Gen = General MG = Major General BG = Brigadier General Col = Colonel Ltc = Lieutenant Colonel Maj = Major Cpt = Captain Lt = LieutenantOther[edit](w) = wounded (mw) = mortally wounded (k) = killed in action (c) = capturedArmy of Northern Virginia[edit] Gen Robert E. Lee Jackson’s Command[edit] MG Thomas J. Jackson Division Brigade Regiments and OthersFirst (Whiting’s) Division      BG William H.C. WhitingFirst (Hood’s) Brigade   BG John B. Hood18th Georgia: Ltc S. Z. Ruff 1st Texas: Col A. T. Rainey (w) 4th Texas: Col John Marshall (k), Cpt W. P. Townsend 5th Texas: Col Jerome B. Robertson Hampton’s (South Carolina) Legion (Infantry Battalion): Ltc Martin W. Gary Third (Whiting’s) Brigade   Col Evander M. Law4th Alabama: Ltc O. K. McLemore (w), Cpt L. H. Scruggs 2nd Mississippi: Col John M. Stone 11th Mississippi: Col P. F. Liddell 6th North Carolina: Ltc Isaac E. Avery (w), Maj R. F. Webb Artillery Balthis’ Battery, Staunton (Virginia) Artillery: Cpt W. L. Balthis (w) Reilly’s Battery, Rowan (North Carolina) Artillery: Cpt James ReillySecond (Jackson’s) Division      MG Thomas J. JacksonFirst Brigade[5]   BG Charles S. Winder2nd Virginia: Col J. W. Allen (k), Ltc Lawson Botts 4th Virginia: Col Charles A. Ronald 5th Virginia: Col William S. Baylor 27th Virginia: Col Andrew J. Grigsby (w), Cpt G.C. Smith 33rd Virginia: Col John F. Neff Carpenter’s Battery, Allegheny (Virginia) Artillery: Lt John C. Carpenter Poague’s Battery, Rockbridge (Virginia) Artillery: Cpt William T. Poague Second Brigade[5][6]   Ltc Richard H. Cunningham, Jr.    BG John R. Jones(w – White Oak Swamp)21st Virginia: Maj John B. Moseley, Ltc R. H. Cu. thanks wikipedia.

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USS Dennis J. Buckley (DD-808)

For other ships with the same name, see USS Dennis J. Buckley.HistoryName: USS Dennis J. Buckley Namesake: Fireman Dennis J. Buckley, Jr. (1920-1943), a U.S. Navy sailor and Silver Star recipient Builder: Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine Laid down: 24 July 1944 Launched: 20 December 1944 Commissioned: 2 March 1945 Decommissioned: 2 July 1973 Reclassified: DDR-808, 18 March 1949 Struck: 2 July 1973 Motto: Experto credite Fate: Sold for scrap, 29 April 1974 General characteristics Class and type: Gearing-class destroyer Displacement: 3,460 long tons (3,516 t) full Length: 390 ft 6 in (119.02 m) Beam: 40 ft 10 in (12.45 m) Draft: 14 ft 4 in (4.37 m) Propulsion: Geared turbines, 2 shafts, 60,000 shp (45 MW) Speed: 35 knots (65 km/h; 40 mph) Range: 4,500 nmi (8,300 km) at 20 kn (37 km/h; 23 mph) Complement: 336 Armament: 6 × 5″/38 caliber guns 12 × 40 mm AA guns 11 × 20 mm AA guns 10 × 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes 6 × depth charge projectors 2 × depth charge tracks USS Dennis J. Buckley (DD/DDR-808) was a Gearing-class destroyer of the United States Navy, named for Fireman First Class Dennis J. Buckley, Jr. (1920–1943). Dennis J. Buckley was launched on 20 December 1944 by Bath Iron Works Corp., Bath, Maine; sponsored by Mrs. D. J. Buckley, mother of F/1c Buckley; and commissioned on 2 March 1945, Commander K. C. Walpole in command.Contents 1 Service history1.1 1945–1955 1.2 1956–1960 2 References 3 External linksService history[edit] 1945–1955[edit] Dennis J. Buckley sailed from Norfolk on 7 November 1945 for occupation duty in the Western Pacific, arriving at Tokyo Bay on 22 December. She operated in the Marianas and visited Manila, Philippine Islands, before returning to San Diego on 13 April 1946. On her second tour of duty in the Far East, in 1947, she cruised off the coast of China providing services to the Fleet and joined in exercises off Okinawa. On 1 October 1948 she steamed for Tsingtao, China, where she patrolled during the evacuation of civilians from the threat of the Communist advance into northern China. She joined Tarawa (CV-40) and Hawkins (DD-873) and sailed by way of Hong Kong and Singapore; Colombo, Ceylon; Bahrein and Jidda, Saudi Arabia; and Port Said, Egypt, to Athens, Greece where the three ships joined others for a visit to Istanb. thanks wikipedia.

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