La Norteña de mis amores

Directed by
Chano Urueta

Release date

1948

Country
Mexico

Language
Spanish

La Norteña de mis amores (“The Northerner of My Love”) is a 1948 Mexican film. It was directed by Chano Urueta.
External links[edit]

La norteña de mis amores at the Internet Movie Database

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Matthias “Hias” Noichl (October 17, 1920 – December 19, 2002) was an Austrian cross country skier who competed in the 1940s and in the 1950s.
In 1948 he finished 45th in the 18 km competition.
Four years later he finished 28th in the 18 km event at the 1952 Winter Olympics in Oslo.
External links[edit]

18 km Olympic cross country results: 1948-52

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캔디넷

Mopienga

Mopienga

Location in Burkina Faso

Coordinates: 13°06′N 0°0′E / 13.100°N 0.000°E / 13.100; 0.000

Country
Burkina Faso

Region
Est Region

Province
Gnagna Province

Department
Manni Department

Population (2005 est.)

 • Total
2,275

Mopienga is a town in the Manni Department of Gnagna Province in eastern Burkina Faso. The town has a population of 2,275.[1]
References[edit]

^ Burkinabé government inforoute communale

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Gnagna Province

Capital: Bogandé

Bilanga
Department

Bilanga
Balamanou
Banga
Bartiboagou
Benhourgou
Bilamperga
Bilamperga-Peulh
Bilanga-Peulh
Bilanga-Yanga
Bilanga-Yanga Peulh
Botou
Bossongri
Boungou
Bourpangou
Cissa
Dipienga
Diamdiara
Diankoudoungou
Diapoadougou
Diamdoari
Diela
Dola
Doundougou
Fétary
Garpieni
Guinoama
Gomonsgou
Gninsonguin
Hartery
Harboungou
Karbani
Kabaré
Kiryomdéni
Kogodou
Koguina
Kolonkomi
Koulmasga
Moadéga
Moaka
Nagniangou
Ougarou
Paparcé
Papayenga (Diambanga)
Pantanloana
Piaga
Pissi
Pognankanré
Sabra
Sagadou
Saougou
Sebga
Sékouantou
Soultenga
Tampédou
Tampiokin
Tanibiaga
Thimborgou
Tiapaga
Tiguili
Tindané
Tobou
Tobou-Peulh
Tohogodou
Yacabé
Yassoumbaga
Yougpangou
Yougpankoudougou

Bogandé
Department

Bogandé
Babri
Banikidi
Benfoaka
Boukouin
Dapili
Dionfirga
Gnimpiendi
Gorgouin
Guitanga
Hinga
Kankalsi
Kierguin
Kodjoani-kankalsi
Kodjoani-léoura
Kohoura
Komboassi
Komoassi
Komonga
Kossougoudou
Kottia
Léoura
Léoura-Corga
Nagaré
Namountergou
Nindangou
Ognoadéni
Ouadangou
Ouapassi
Samou
Samou-Folga
Samou-Gabondi
Samou-Mama
Sorgha
Tanlomo
Thiargou
Thiéry

Coalla
Department

Coalla
Baka
Bamasgou
Bambrigoani
Bampouringa
Bani
Banidjoari
Bombontiangou
Boudabga
Boukargou
Boula
Darsalam
Diagourou
Diankongou
Didiemba
Dielkou
Doyana
Fantiangou
Ganta
Gnimpiema
Goulmodjo
Goundou
Kierga
Kontiandi
Lamoana
Mossadéni
Neiba
Poka
Samboandi
Santiari
Soula
Takou
Tankori
Thiongori
Thiouré
Tihandéni
Tindangou
Yassougou

Liptougou
Department

Liptougou
Bambilaré
Bantienima
Bonsiega
Dadounga
Dinalaye
Djibali
Djoari
Fouga
Gabondi
Kodjéna
Kokou
Lontakoani
Nadouonou
Nagnoagou
Nalenga
Nassourgou
Ouaboidi
Pintiagou
Souloungou
Tambiga
Tantiaka
Tolepsi
Touolongou

Manni
Department

Manni
Balemba
Bantouankpéba
Bangaye
Barhiaga
Bombonyenga
Boudangou
Boulyendé
Boungou Folgou
Boungou Natimsa
Bourgou
Dabesma
Dakiri
Dassari
Dayédé
Gongorgou
Gori
Kamissi
Kankantchiaga
Karamama
Koadaba
Komona
Komboassi
Ko
원정녀

Legend of Earthsea

DVD cover

Written by
Ursula K. Le Guin (novels)
Gavin Scott (teleplay)

Directed by
Robert Lieberman

Starring
Shawn Ashmore
Kristin Kreuk
Danny Glover
Isabella Rossellini
Sebastian Roché
Chris Gauthier

Theme music composer
Jeff Rona

Country of origin
United States

Original language(s)
English

No. of episodes
2

Production

Producer(s)
Hallmark Entertainment
Bender-Brown Productions

Cinematography
Steve Danyluk

Editor(s)
Allan Lee

Running time
172 mins

Distributor
Sci-Fi Channel

Release

Original release
December 13 (2004-12-13) – December 14, 2004 (2004-12-14)

Legend of Earthsea (later shortened to Earthsea) is a two-night television miniseries adaptation of the “Earthsea” novels by Ursula K. Le Guin. It premiered on the Sci-Fi Channel in December 2004.

Contents

1 Plot
2 Characters
3 Production
4 Critical reception
5 Author’s response
6 References
7 External links

Plot[edit]

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In the land of Earthsea, a young wizard named Ged has visions about a girl and doors opening. Meanwhile, King Tygath wants to rule the land and release the Nameless Ones, demons from whom he hopes to learn the secret of immortality. He sends men to attack Ged’s village, in search of the wizard of prophesy (Ged). Ged learns his first spell from an elderly woman. When the invasion comes, Ged uses a mist spell and lures the invaders over a cliff, saving the village. However, Ged also falls off the cliff.
Tygath tries to convince High Priestess Thar to release the Nameless Ones, but she refuses. She is poisoned by Rosa, her attendant who has been tricked by the king’s lover, Kossil, every time she has tea.
A magus named Ogion arrives at Ged’s village and revives Ged. He tells Ged his true name and takes him for training, but Ged is too impatient; he is sent to the magic school on Roke. There he meets the bully, Jasper, and befriends a student named Vetch. Ged shapeshifts into a hawk to show off. Jasper then challenges him to raise a spirit from the dead, leading him to accidentally release a Nameless One. The demon attacks Ged before being driven away by the Archmagus, who tells him that this Nameless One will hunt Ged down and try to possess him, using Ged’s power for further destruction.
천사티비

“C4C” is an abbreviation that can stand for:

Cadet Fourth Class, the rank of a cadet in his first (freshman) year at the United States Air Force Academy
Campaigners for Christ, a parachurch organization
Cancer 4 Cure, the third full-length studio album by El-P, released on Fat Possum Records May 22, 2012.
Cash for Clunkers, a colloquial name for the Car Allowance Rebate System program in the US
Cause 4 Concern, a drum and bass recording and production group
Challoner’s for Charity, a student group from Dr Challoners Grammar School, Buckinghamshire who organise charity events in school to raise money for a variety of charities.
Channel Four Television Corporation, operator of the UK public-service television channel: Channel 4
Sid Meier’s Civilization IV: Colonization, a 2008 PC game made by 2K Games and an installment in the Civilization series.

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2015 South Dakota Coyotes football

Conference
Missouri Valley Football Conference

2015 record
5–6 (3–5 MVFC)

Head coach
Joe Glenn (4th year)

Offensive coordinator
Wesley Beschorner

Defensive coordinator
Jason Petrino

Home stadium
DakotaDome
(Capacity: 10,000)

Seasons

« 2014
2016 »

2015 MVFC football standings

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Conf
 
 
Overall

Team
 
W
 
L
 
 
 
 
W
 
L
 

#1 North Dakota State +^
 
7

1
 
 
 
 
13

2
 

#5 Illinois State +^
 
7

1
 
 
 
 
10

3
 

#8 Northern Iowa ^
 
5

3
 
 
 
 
9

5
 

#15 South Dakota State ^
 
5

3
 
 
 
 
8

4
 

Western Illinois ^
 
5

3
 
 
 
 
7

6
 

Indiana State
 
3

5
 
 
 
 
5

6
 

Youngstown State
 
3

5
 
 
 
 
5

6
 

South Dakota
 
3

5
 
 
 
 
5

6
 

Southern Illinois
 
2

6
 
 
 
 
3

8
 

Missouri State
 
0

8
 
 
 
 
1

10
 

+ – Conference co-champions
^ – FCS playoff participant

Rankings from STATS FCS Poll

The 2015 South Dakota Coyotes football team represented the University of South Dakota in the 2015 NCAA Division I FCS football season. They were led by fourth year head coach Joe Glenn and played their home games in the DakotaDome. They were a member of the Missouri Valley Football Conference. They finished the season 5–6, 3–5 in MVFC play to finish in a three way tie for sixth place.
On November 23rd, head coach Joe Glenn retired.[1] He finished at South Dakota with a four year record of 12–34.
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Date
Time
Opponent
Site
TV
Result
Attendance

September 5
6:00 PM
at Kansas State*
Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium • Manhattan, KS
K-StateHD.TV
L 0–34  
53,297

September 12
8:00 PM
at UC Davis*
Aggie Stadium • Davis, CA

W 27–17  
5,112

September 19
2:00 PM
Drake*
DakotaDome • Vermillion, SD
Midco/ESPN3
W 52–0  
8,045

October 3
2:00 PM
No. 10 Youngstown State
DakotaDome • Vermillion, SD
Midco/ESPN3
L 3–31  
10,015

October 10
3:00 PM
at Western Illinois
Hanson Field • Macomb, IL
MVC
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Rufat Amirov
Rüfət Əmirov

acting Chief of General Staff of Azerbaijani Armed Forces

In office
May 1992 – May 1992

President
Heydar Aliyev

Preceded by
Shahin Musayev

Succeeded by
Valeh Barshadly

Personal details

Born
Azerbaijan

Religion
Islam

Military service

Service/branch
Azerbaijani Armed Forces

Rank
Colonel

Battles/wars
Nagorno-Karabakh War

Colonel Rufat Amirov (Azerbaijani: Rüfət Əmirov) is a retired military officer who had served as the acting Chief of General Staff of Azerbaijani Armed Forces and Deputy Minister of Defense of Azerbaijan Republic. He was appointed to both positions in 1992 after General Major Shahin Musayev was removed.[1] He was then replaced by Lieutenant General Valeh Barshadly as Chief of General Staff but continued as Deputy Defense Minister through 1996.[2]
Amirov is currently an reserve officer and Director of Military History Museum of the Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan Republic.[3][4]
See also[edit]

Azerbaijani Army
Ministers of Defense of Azerbaijan Republic
Safar Abiyev

References[edit]

^ Rustam (2007-06-26). “Silahlı Qüvvələrin yaradılmasından 89 il ötür” [89 years passed from creation of Armed Forces]. Adalet. Retrieved 2011-01-06. 
^ “AZERBAIJANI-AUSTRIAN RELATIONS. Political Relations”. Retrieved 2011-01-06. 
^ Zhale Mammadli (2010-10-27). “Qaraqoyunlu dövlətinin yubileyi qeyd edildi” [Anniversary of Qara Qoyunlu state celebrated]. Qaynar Info. Retrieved 2011-01-06. 
^ Renara Alizade. “9 мая – День Великой Победы” [May 9 – Day of Victory]. Kaspiy. Retrieved 2011-01-06. 

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Chiefs of Staff

Habib Bey Salimov
Maciej Sulkiewicz
Abdulhamid Bey Gaytabashi
Shahin Musayev
Rufat Amirov*
Valeh Barshadly
Nuraddin Sadigov
Safar Abiyev*
Najmaddin Sadigov

Commanders of Azerbaijani Navy

Rafig Asgarov
Fuad Yusifov
Shahin Sultanov

Chiefs of Azerbaijani Air Force

Rail Rzayev
Altay Mehdiyev

National Advisors on
Military Issues to President of Azerbaijan

Yashar Demirbulaq
Nuraddin Sadigov
Tofig Aghahuseynov
Vahid Aliyev

* denotes acting chiefs

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Bryony Gordon

Born
(1980-07-05) 5 July 1980 (age 36)

Nationality
British

Occupation
Journalist, memoirist

Spouse(s)
Harry Wilson (m. 2013)

Children
1

Relatives
Jane Gordon (mother)

Bryony Gordon (born 5 July 1980[1]) is a British journalist.

Contents

1 Early life
2 Career
3 Personal life
4 Bibliography
5 References
6 External links

Early life[edit]
Gordon is the daughter of Sunday Mirror gossip columnist Jane Gordon.[2] She has two siblings, Rufus and Naomi.[3] She was educated at a Kew College primary school and later attended the independent Queen’s Gate School (an all girls school) in South Kensington.[4] She went on to study History of Art at University College London before dropping out after one term.[2][5][6]
Career[edit]
Gordon began her career interning for the Daily Express, writing occasional feature articles for the newspaper. She then began writing a youth-oriented column for the Sunday Express, before writing for The Daily Telegraph’s teen supplement in 2000.[7] In 2001, Gordon joined the Daily Mirror gossip column known as The 3AM Girls.[2] After the Mirror, Gordon resumed writing for The Daily Telegraph.
Since 2006, Gordon has written the “Notebook” column, appearing in The Daily Telegraph every Thursday, as well as additional special features, such as interviews with notable figures.[8] She also writes the How the Other Half Lives column for the Sunday Telegraph’s Stella magazine.[9] In 2007, Gordon was shortlisted for Young Journalist of the Year, at the British Press Awards.[10] Gordon also writes for the Telegraph blogs section.[11]
In June 2014, Gordon published her first book, The Wrong Knickers: A Decade of Chaos, a memoir of “hedonistic antics” during her single life, and a “lost decade” of drink, drugs and promiscuity.[12][13]
Personal life[edit]
Gordon married Harry Wilson, a financial journalist, on 5 July 2013. They have a daughter, Edie, and live in Clapham in London.[9][12]
Bibliography[edit]

Gordon, Bryony (2014). The Wrong Knickers: A Decade of Chaos. Headline. ISBN 1472210158. 

References[edit]

^ “Twitter / bryony_gordon: Tomorrow is my birthday and”. Twitter.com. 4 July 2014. Retrieved 11 July 2014. 
^ a b c Sawyer, Miranda. “Hot gossip”. The Guardian. Retrieved 11 July 2014. 
^ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/you/article-1326557/Jane-Gordon-How-I-Stepford-Mother-hell.html
^ http://www.chiswickw4.com/default.asp?section=info&page=bryonygordon001.htm
^ Gordon, Br
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Swan
Western Australia—Legislative Assembly

State
Western Australia

Dates current
1890–1950; 1962–1983

Namesake
Swan Valley

This article is about the former Western Australian state electorate. For the Australian federal electorate, see Division of Swan.
For the Legislative Council constituency (1870 to 1890), see Electoral district of Swan (Legislative Council).
Swan was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of Western Australia from 1890 to 1950 and again from 1962 to 1983.
The district was located in the Swan Valley, to the east of Perth. The district was one of the original 30 seats contested at the 1890 election. It was abolished ahead of the 1950 election, at which point incumbent member Gerald Wild of the Liberal Party became the member for the new seat of Dale. Revived for the 1962 election, it was won by John Brady of the Labor Party, hitherto the member for Guildford-Midland. Swan was again abolished at the 1983 election, whence incumbent member Gordon Hill of the Labor Party won the new seat of Helena.
Members[edit]

Swan (1890–1950)

Member
Party
Term

 
William Loton
Non-aligned
1890–1897

 
Norman Ewing
Independent
1897–1901

 
Mathieson Jacoby
Independent
1901–1905

 
Arthur Gull
Ministerial
1905–1908

 
Mathieson Jacoby
Ministerial
1908–1911

 
Philip Turvey
Labor
1911–1914

 
William Nairn
Liberal
1914–1917

 
Nationalist
1917–1921

 
Richard Sampson
Country
1921–1923

 
Country (MCP)
1923–1924

 
Nationalist
1924–1931

 
Country
1931–1944

 
Ray Owen
Independent Country
1944–1947

 
Gerald Wild
Liberal
1947–1949

 
LCL
1949–1950

Swan (1962–1983)

Member
Party
Term

 
John Brady
Labor
1962–1974

 
Jack Skidmore
Labor
1974–1981

 
Independent
1981–1982

 
Gordon Hill
Labor
1982–1983

Election results[edit]
Main article: Electoral results for the district of Swan

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Applecross
Ascot
Ashburton
Avon
Balga
Ballajura
Bayswater
Beeloo
Beverley
Blackwood
Blackwood-Stirling
Boulder
Brown Hill
Brown Hill-Ivanhoe
Burrup
Canning
Capel
Central Murchison
Claremont
Clontarf
Cockburn Sound
Coolgardie
Cue
Dale
De Grey
Dianella
Dundas
East Coolgardie
East Fremantle
East Kimberley
East Melville
East Perth
Esperance-Dundas
Floreat
Forrest
Gascoyne
Glendalou
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