Stellenbosch Museum

Stellenbosch MuseumVillage MuseumEstablished 23 March 1962 Location 18 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch, South Africa Coordinates 33°56′15″S 18°51′46″E / 33.9374°S 18.8629°E / -33.9374; 18.8629Coordinates: 33°56′15″S 18°51′46″E / 33.9374°S 18.8629°E / -33.9374; 18.8629 Type Cultural history museum Curator Debbie Gabriels (Museum Manager) Owner Board of Trustees Nearest car park The Avenue, in front of Agricultural Hall Website Stellenbosch Museum is a cultural history museum in the centre of Stellenbosch, South Africa. It was proclaimed a museum on 23 March 1962 and is a province-aided museum which receives support from the Government of the Western Cape. The museum includes four period houses which depict the way people lived and the difference in architectural styles over the periods illustrated (the Village Museum). It also includes a historical powder magazine and a toy museum.Contents 1 Schreuder House 2 Bletterman House 3 Grosvenor House 4 O.M. Bergh House 5 V.O.C. Kruithuis (Powder Magazine) 6 Publications 7 References 8 Literature 9 See also 10 External linksSchreuder House[edit] Schreuder House interior This house is the first period house in the museum complex and is furnished according to the period c. 1709. The house was built in August 1707 by Sebastian Schreuder, who was a German messenger of the court of the Dutch East India Company.[1] This modest pioneer cottage has a thatched roof and clay floor. The house has some unusual windows as glass was a rare commodity and had to be imported from Holland. The colonists therefore developed a system of stretching linen or gauze tightly over a frame and using beeswax or similar substances to seal the cloth against the elements. During a hard downpour, the housewife simply closed the outside shutters; in fine weather the catches were released, the whole frame was lifted out, and fresh air was let in.[2] The house was declared a monument in 1974 and is currently listed as a Grade II Western Cape provincial heritage site.[3] Bletterman House[edit] Bletterman House The second house in the museum complex depicts the period of c. 1789. The house was originally built by Hendrik Lodewyk Bletterman, Landdrost (Magistrate) of Stellenbosch from 1785 to 1795. This dwelling is a Cape Dutch H-shaped house and one of the examples of a gabled house from the 18th century.[4] The site on which the present Bletterman. thanks wikipedia.

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Cyanopepla submacula

Cyanopepla submacula Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Lepidoptera Family: Arctiidae Genus: Cyanopepla Species: C. submacula Binomial name Cyanopepla submacula (Walker, 1854) Synonyms Euchromia submacula Walker, 1854 Charidea submaculaCyanopepla submacula is a moth of the Arctiidae family. It was described by Walker in 1854. It is found in Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama and Venezuela.[1] References[edit] ^ Cyanopepla at funetThis Euchromiina-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Pendulum (Eberhard Weber album)

PendulumStudio album by Eberhard Weber Released 1993 Recorded Spring 1993 in Munich, Germany Genre Jazz Length 53:29 Label ECM ECM 1518 Producer Eberhard Weber Eberhard Weber chronologyOrchestra (1988) Pendulum (1993) Endless Days (2001)Pendulum is a solo album by German double bassist and composer Eberhard Weber recorded in 1993 and released on the ECM label.[1] Weber uses overdubbing and an echo unit to enhance the sound of his bass.[2]Contents 1 Reception 2 Track listing 3 Personnel 4 ReferencesReception[edit] The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4½ stars stating “Since he is a strong composer, covering a wide span of moods during this set of melodic originals and avoiding the use of his effects as gimmickry, Weber creates an introverted but accessible program whose appeal should stretch beyond just lovers of bass solos”.[2] Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [2] Track listing[edit] All compositions by Eberhard Weber”Bird Out of Cage” – 5:04 “Notes After an Evening” – 4:15 “Delirium” – 5:20 “Children’s Song No. 1” – 5:41 “Street Scenes” – 5:26 “Silent for a While” – 7:42 “Pendulum” – 8:41 “Unfinished Self-Portrait” – 4:34 “Closing Scene” – 6:36Personnel[edit]Eberhard Weber – bassReferences[edit] ^ ECM discography accessed May 23, 2014 ^ a b c Yanow, S., Allmusic Review accessed May 23, 2014 v t e Eberhard Weber Studio albumsThe Colours of Chloë Yellow Fields The Following Morning Silent Feet Fluid Rustle Little Movements Later That Evening Chorus Orchestra Pendulum Endless Days Stages of a Long Journey Résumé Compilation albumsWorks Selected Recordings Colours. thanks wikipedia.

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Berta Taracena

Taracena in front of “Señoritas de Tecuala” by Vlady at her home in Mexico City Berta Taracena (born 1925) is a Mexican historian, cultural researcher and art critic.[1] Taracena was born in Mexico City in 1925, to a family which was interested in culture. Her father was a Mexican senator and friend of Carlos Chávez, the director of the Palacio de Bellas Artes.[2] This allowed her to earn a quality education, receiving a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Mexican history from the Universidad Nacional de México. Her master’s thesis was done on the work of Jesús Reyes Ferreira, whom she knew personally. She also studied and worked under academics such as Francisco de la Maza and Justino Fernández.[1][2] She began her writing career young,[when?] publishing about two articles a week, generally reviewing current trends in art, along with art news. She also began doing research work, writing and editing books, along with museum curating. She has worked with other notables in Mexico’s art world such as Fernando Gamboa.[2] Her specialty is Mexican visual art, having written hundreds of essays, articles and books as well as appearing at conferences. She focuses on the continuity of Mexican art from its pre-Hispanic roots to the present.[1][3] She has published notable books on artists such as Diego Rivera, Manuel Rodríguez Lozano, Vladimir Cora, Leopoldo Flores and Antonio Ramírez, as well as Estética del arte mexicano en el tiempo in 2006.[1] She has stated that Mexican art “constitutes a singular and unique phenomenon, owing to a mixture of traces and elements that bring together an idea of an original cohesion, created by the qualities of monument, and rich imagination. Form, line, color, fantasy and meaning are woven to define an idea of art with particular traits.”[2] In 2009, the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México held a tribute to her life’s work.[1] References[edit] ^ a b c d e “Rendirá la UAEM homenaje a Berta Taracena, crítica de arte” (in Spanish). Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México. June 22, 2009. Retrieved November 24, 2013.  ^ a b c d Lily Kassner (2009). “Berta Taracena” (in Spanish). Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México. Retrieved November 24, 2013.  ^ Martha Chapa (July 30, 2006). “La manzana flechada” (in Spanish). El Universal. Retrieved November 24, 2013. . thanks wikipedia.

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Francesco Giovanni Brugnaro

Coat of arms of Francesco Giovanni Brugnaro. Francesco Giovanni Brugnaro (born 16 March 1943) is an Italian Catholic Bishop, the Archbishop of Camerino-San Severino Marche. He was appointed as Archbishop in 2007 and ordained by Pope Benedict XVI (principal consecrator) and Cardinals Tarcisio Bertone and Marian Jaworski on 29 September 2007. External links[edit]Catholic-Hierarchy Episcopal lineage Consecrated by: Pope Benedict XVI. thanks wikipedia.

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Arif Khan Joy

Arif Khan JoyPersonal information Full name Arif Khan Joy Playing position Midfielder Arif Khan Joy (Bengali: আরিফ খান জয়) is a Bangladeshi politician. Career[edit] He was elected as a Member of Parliament for the Netrokona-2 constituency in 2014.[1] He is a member of the Bangladesh Awami League party.[1] A former professional footballer and vice president of the Bangladesh Football Federation,[2] Joy has been appointed as Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the first former professional athlete to hold a position in this ministry.[3] Controversy[edit]He allegedly vandalized the office of a joint-secretary in the sports ministry in 2015.[4] He assaulted an on duty police officer, who subsequently filed a case against him in 2016.[5]References[edit] ^ a b “Arif Khan Joy”. Elections 2014. Dhaka Tribune. Retrieved 29 October 2014.  ^ “BFF congratulate Joy on becoming a minister”. Bangladesh Football Federation. Retrieved 29 October 2014.  ^ Bin Mustafa, Hisham (13 January 2014). “Joy gets a slot in the Youth and Sports Ministry”. Priyo News.  ^ “Deputy Minister for Sports Arif Khan Joy vandalises joint secretary’s room”. Retrieved 2016-05-03.  ^ “Minister Joy ‘beats up’ police sub-inspector, complaint filed”. Retrieved 2016-05-03. This biographical article related to Bangladeshi association football is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e This article about a Bangladeshi politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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The Unicorn Murders

This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2008) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)The Unicorn Murders First edition (US)Author John Dickson Carr writing as “Carter Dickson” Country United Kingdom Language English Series Henry Merrivale Genre Mystery fiction Detective fiction Publisher Morrow (US, 1935) Heinemann (UK, 1936)Publication date1935 Media type Print (Hardback & Paperback) Pages 240 (Dell mapback #16, 1940) Preceded by The Red Widow Murders Followed by The Punch and Judy Murders The Unicorn Murders is a mystery novel by the American writer John Dickson Carr (1906–1977), who published it under the name of Carter Dickson. It is a locked room mystery (more precisely, it is a subset of that group, an impossible mystery) and features his series detective, Sir Henry Merrivale. Plot summary[edit] Kenwood Blake is with the British Secret Service and romantically involved with another agent, Evelyn Cheyne. Together with Sir Henry Merrivale, they become embroiled in a battle between Flamande, the most picturesque criminal in France, and his arch-enemy Gaston Gasquet of the Sûreté. Both Flamande and Gasquet are masters of disguise, and no one knows what either man looks like. Blake, Merrivale and an assorted group of strangers are in an airplane that is forced to land near the Château de l’Ile, where the Comte d’Andrieu is apparently expecting visitors and offers them all his hospitality. One of the plane’s passengers falls to the ground with a hole in his forehead, as if he had been gored by a unicorn, and the area where he fell was under observation by impartial witnesses such that it seems impossible for anyone to have committed the murder. Sir Henry must sort out the twin problems of who’s really who and whodunnit. v t e Novels by John Dickson Carr Sir Henry Merrivale seriesNovels The Plague Court Murders (1934) The White Priory Murders (1934) The Red Widow Murders (1935) The Unicorn Murders (1935) The Punch and Judy Murders (1936) The Ten Teacups (1937) The Judas Window (1938) Death in Five Boxes (1938) The Reader is Warned (1939) And So to Murder (1940) Murder in the Submarine Zone (1940) Seeing is Believing (1941) The Gilded Man (1942) She Died a Lady (1943) He Wouldn’t Kill Patience (1944) The Curse of the Bronze Lamp (1. thanks wikipedia.

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Phyllis Crawford

This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (September 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Phyllis Crawford (February 8, 1899 – July 1980) was, during the 1930s and 1940s, a celebrated author of books for children in their early teens. Born in Little Rock, Arkansas, she graduated from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College in 1920 and then from library school at the University of Illinois in 1924 and became an editorial assistant for H.W. Wilson. In 1930, she published her first children’s book The Blot: Little City Cat. In 1938, she wrote Hello the Boat! (Holt, 1938), which won the top prize of $3,000 from the Julia Ellsworth Ford Foundation and was a 1939 Newbery Award honoree. Subsequent books were In England Still (Arrowsmith, 1938), Walking on Gold (Messner, 1940), The Secret Brother (Holt, 1941), Last Semester (Holt, 1942), Second Shift (Holt, 1943) and Let’s Go! (Holt, 1946). She also wrote an adult novel, Elsie Dinsmore on the Loose (Cape, 1930). References[edit]Current Biography 1940, pp203–204 links[edit] Children’s literature portalPhyllis Crawford at Library of Congress Authorities, with 14 catalog records (mainly under ‘Crawford, Phyllis, 1899-‘ without ‘1980’, previous page of browse report) Josie Turner at LC Authorities, no catalog records Authority controlWorldCat Identities VIAF: 222022030 LCCN: no2012086992This article about a children’s author from the United States is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Talkeetna, Alaska

Talkeetna, Alaska CDP Location in Matanuska-Susitna Borough and the state of Alaska.Talkeetna, AlaskaLocation within the state of Alaska Coordinates: 62°18′41″N 150°5′13″W / 62.31139°N 150.08694°W / 62.31139; -150.08694Coordinates: 62°18′41″N 150°5′13″W / 62.31139°N 150.08694°W / 62.31139; -150.08694 Country United States State Alaska Borough Matanuska-Susitna Government  • Borough mayor Vern Halter  • State senator Mike J. Dunleavy (R)  • State rep. Wes Keller (R) Area  • Total 42.9 sq mi (111.2 km2)  • Land 41.6 sq mi (107.7 km2)  • Water 1.4 sq mi (3.6 km2) Elevation 348 ft (106 m) Population (2010)  • Total 876  • Density 20/sq mi (7.9/km2) Time zone Alaska (AKST) (UTC-9)  • Summer (DST) AKDT (UTC-8) ZIP code 99676 Area code(s) 907 FIPS code 02-74830 GNIS feature ID 1410591 Talkeetna (Dena’ina: K’dalkitnu) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Alaska, United States. It is part of the Anchorage, Alaska, Metropolitan Statistical Area. At the 2010 census the population was 876.Contents 1 Geography 2 Demographics 3 Parks and recreation 4 Susitna Dam 5 Events 6 Climate 7 Government7.1 Legislative representation 8 Education 9 Media 10 Transportation 11 Popular culture 12 References 13 External linksGeography[edit] Tourists on Main street in Talkeetna, Alaska in June 2015 Talkeetna is located at 62°18′41″N 150°5′13″W / 62.31139°N 150.08694°W / 62.31139; -150.08694 (62.311397, -150.087053)[1] at the confluence of three rivers, the Susitna, Chulitna and Talkeetna. Talkeetna began in 1916 when the area was chosen as a district headquarters for the Alaska Railroad. A post office opened as well as a sawmill, trading post, cigar store and other businesses as well as many cabins. In 1917, the residents encouraged the government to survey the lots on which their homes stood. In 1919, the railroad surveyed and auctioned 80 lots, 41 of which already had permanent structures on them. The average price at the sale was $14.25.[2] Flightseeing, rafting, mountain biking, hiking, camping, fishing and hunting make up a large portion of the local economy. Talkeetna is a 2.5 hour drive from Anchorage, the largest city in Alaska. The c. thanks wikipedia.

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Conjugacy class sum

In abstract algebra, a conjugacy class sum, or simply class sum, is a function defined for each conjugacy class of a finite group G as the sum of the elements in that conjugacy class. The class sums of a group form a basis for the center of the associated group algebra. Definition[edit] Let G be a finite group, and let C1,..,Ck be the distinct conjugacy classes of G. For 1≤ i≤ k, define Ci ¯ =∑g ∈Ci g . {\displaystyle {\overline {C_{i}}}=\sum _{g\in C_{i}}g.}The functionsC1 ¯ , … ,Ck ¯ {\displaystyle {\overline {C_{1}}},\ldots ,{\overline {C_{k}}}} are the class sums of G.In the Group Algebra[edit] Let CG be the complex group algebra over G. Then the center of CG, denoted Z(CG), is defined byZ (CG ) = { f ∈CG ∣ ∀ g ∈CG , f g = g f } {\displaystyle Z(\mathbf {C} G)=\{f\in \mathbf {C} G\mid \forall g\in \mathbf {C} G,fg=gf\}}.This is equal to the set of all class functions (functions which are constant on conjugacy classes). To see this, note that f is central if and only if f(yx)=f(xy) for all x,y ∈ G. Replacing y by yx−1, this condition becomesf ( x yx− 1 ) = f ( y ) for x , y ∈ G {\displaystyle f(xyx^{-1})=f(y){\. thanks wikipedia.

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