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Glory Fall

Formation
2010

Headquarters
Manteca, California

Parent organization

Place of Refuge (under the umbrella of Assemblies of God)

Website
www.gloryfall.org

Glory Fall Outpouring (sometimes stylized as GloryFall) is an all-ages Christian event held annually in Manteca, California at the Place of Refuge Church. Glory Fall is run by The Pulse, a ministry of the church. The event hosts hundreds of people each year. The tagline for the event every year is “His presence is our pulse.”

Contents

1 History
2 Aslan
3 Empower + Release
4 External links

History[edit]
Glory Fall first began on September 3, 2010 as a two-day event at the Place of Refuge Church. The event was led by Refuge Church’s youth pastor and worship director, Rob Cox. The first year included speakers Jurgen Matthesius from Planet Shakers, Jeremy Johnson from Ammunition Conference, and Sean Smith amongst others as well as worship music by Rick Pino, Chris Ritchie, and Aslan. Since then, speakers have included Pat Schatzline and Matt Gonzales with worship by Jake Hamilton, Amber Brooks from MorningStar Ministries, Melissa How from Jesus Culture, and Will Matthews from Bethel Church. In contrast to most other Christian outreach events, Glory Fall has focused on making
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Barring may refer to:

Barring (music), a guitar performance technique
Barring engine, a small engine that forms part of the installation of a large stationary steam engine

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Estonia at the
2016 Summer Olympics

IOC code
EST

NOC
Estonian Olympic Committee

Website
www.eok.ee (Estonian)

in Rio de Janeiro

Competitors
45 in 13 sports

Flag bearer
Karl-Martin Rammo (opening)[1]
Mart Seim (closing)

Medals
Ranked 78th

Gold
Silver
Bronze
Total

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Estonia competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 5 to 21 August 2016. This was the nation’s seventh consecutive appearance at the Games in the post-Soviet era and twelfth overall in Summer Olympic history.
The Estonian Olympic Committee fielded a team of 45 athletes, 28 men and 17 women, across 13 sports at the Games.[2] It was the nation’s second-largest delegation sent to the Olympics, just two athletes short of the record achieved in Beijing 2008 (47). Among the sports represented by its athletes, Estonia marked its Olympic return to triathlon after being absent from London 2012, as well as weightlifting after eight decades. Athletics had the largest team by sport with only 13 competitors, roughly a third of the nation’s full roster size. Apart from triathlon and weightlifting, there was also a single competitor each in archery, judo, and shooting.
Fifteen Estonian athletes competed in London, with discus thrower and 2008 champion Gerd Kanter, rowers Tõnu Endrekson and Andrei Jämsä, and épée fencer Nikolai Novosjolov headed to their fourth Games as the most experienced competitors of the team.[2] Sisters and marathon runners Leina, Liina, and Lily Luik set a historic record for Estonia, as the first identical triplets to compete in the same event at the Games.[3][4] Other notable athletes on the Estonian roster featured Greco-Roman wrestler and 2012 silver medalist Heiki Nabi in the super heavyweight category, and Laser sailor Karl-Martin Rammo, who was selected by the committee as the nation’s flag bearer in the opening ceremony.[1][5]
Estonia left Rio de Janeiro with only a bronze medal, signifying its poorest showing in Olympic history since the break-up of the Soviet Union. It was awarded to the rowing foursome of Endrekson, Jämsä, and three-time Olympians Allar Raja and Kaspar Taimsoo in the men’s quadruple sculls, rebounding from their out-of-medal position at London 2012.[6][7] Several Estonia
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For other places with the same name, see Zaborowo.

Zaborowo

Settlement

Zaborowo

Coordinates: 53°42′N 20°46′E / 53.700°N 20.767°E / 53.700; 20.767

Country
Poland

Voivodeship
Warmian-Masurian

County
Olsztyn County

Gmina
Purda

Zaborowo [zabɔˈrɔvɔ] is a settlement in the administrative district of Gmina Purda, within Olsztyn County, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, in northern Poland.[1] It lies approximately 5 kilometres (3 mi) south-east of Purda and 20 km (12 mi) south-east of the regional capital Olsztyn.
Before 1772 the area was part of Kingdom of Poland, 1772-1945 Prussia and Germany (East Prussia)
References[edit]

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

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Seat

Purda

Other villages

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Giławy
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Klebark Mały
Klebark Wielki
Klewki
Kołpaki
Kopanki
Łajs
Linowo
Marcinkowo
Nerwik
Nowa Kaletka
Nowa Wieś
Nowy Przykop
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Pajtuński Młyn
Pajtuny
Patryki
Pokrzywy
Prejłowo
Przykop
Purda Leśna
Purdka
Silice
Stara Kaletka
Stary Olsztyn
Szczęsne
Trękus
Trękusek
Wojtkowizna
Wygoda
Wyrandy
Zaborowo
Zgniłocha

Coordinates: 53°42′N 20°46′E / 53.700°N 20.767°E / 53.700; 20.767

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Karoline Käfer (born October 31, 1954) is a retired sprinter from Austria. She won three medals at the European Indoor Championships.
With 23,09 seconds over 200 metres and 50,62 seconds over 400 metres Käfer holds two Austrian records.[1]
Achievements[edit]

Year
Tournament
Venue
Result
Extra

1978
European Indoor Championships
Milan, Italy
3rd
400 metres

1979
European Indoor Championships
Vienna, Austria
3rd
400 metres

1980
European Indoor Championships
Sindelfingen, West Germany
2nd
400 metres

References[edit]

^ “Österreichische Freiluftrekorde” [Austrian Outdoor Records] (in German). Archived from the original on 2001-02-22. 

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Edythe Danick London (born September 14, 1948)[1] is The Thomas and Katherine Pike Professor of Addiction Studies, and Director of the UCLA Laboratory of Molecular Pharmacology at the David Geffen School of Medicine University of California at Los Angeles. London received her Ph.D. in Pharmacology from the University of Maryland (Baltimore). She did a post-doctoral fellowship at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.[2]
Prior to joining the UCLA faculty, she was a Senior Scientist at the National Institute on Drug Abuse for 23 years and a member of the faculty at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She is known internationally for her work on drug addiction as well as other addictive disorders, such as tobacco and nicotine dependence. She has been a pioneer in the development and use of advanced brain imaging techniques to study the effects of drugs, tobacco and other substances of abuse on brain function, including nuclear medicine studies such as Positron Emission Tomography (PET), and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI). Her UCLA laboratory is engaged in a wide range of scientific studies as well as the development and testing of new medications. The Web of Science lists several hundred articles published in peer-reviewed journals that have been cited over 13,000 times, leading to an h-index of 63.[3]
Her house in Beverly Hills, California was vandalized on October 23, 2007, in an act credited to an animal activist group Animal Liberation Front by breaking a window of the house and inserting a garden hose which flooded the house. Over $50,000 damage was reported.[4] Subsequently, her house was again attacked and damaged by a firebomb left at the front door on Tuesday, February 5, 2008. No one was home at the time. A statement issued by the North American Animal Liberation Press Office[5] claimed that animal liberationists were responsible for placing the device.[6]
References[edit]

^ American men & women of science, Google Books, retrieved 01 August 2012
^ bio of London from UCLA med school
^ Web of Science, accessed January 29, 2013.
^ “Animal-Rights Militants Vandalize UCLA Researcher’s House” By JJ Hermes Chronicle of Higher Education Tuesday, October 30, 2007
^ “UCLA Vivisector Gets Return Visit from Animal Liberationists” (Press release). North American Animal Liberation Press Office. February 6, 2008. Archived from the original on 2008-02-11. Retrieved 2009-08-20. 
^ “UCLA Professor’s House Is Firebombed” Chr
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Tears of Martyr

Origin
Las Palmas, Spain

Genres
Symphonic metal
Gothic metal[1]
Death/doom

Years active
1996 (1996)–present

Labels
Massacre Records

Website
tearsofmartyr.com

Members
Berenice Musa
Miguel Angel Marqués
Adrián Miranda
Doramas Párraga

Tears Of Martyr is a Spanish symphonic metal band from Las Palmas. The band was formed in 1996. Their latest album Tales was released with Massacre Records on April 26, 2013.[2][3]

Contents

1 History
2 Members
3 Discography
4 References
5 External links

History[edit]
The band was formed in 1996 in Las Palmas, Spain. In 1996 they released their first demo album The Essence of Evil. After a long years of silence comes out their second demo Renascence (2005). In 2007 band moved to Madrid. In June 2009, they released their first full-length album Entrance.[4] Later that year lead singer Berenice Musa won Metal Female Awards 2009 in the category of best Spanish metal band singer.
In August 2012 the band entered New Sin Studio (Italy) where they have recorded and mastered their second full-length album Tales produced by Enrik García (Dark Moor).[3] The album was released with Massacre Records on April 26, 2013.[2]
Members[edit]

Current line-up

Berenice Musa – soprano
Miguel Angel Marqués – guitars and vocals
Adrián Miranda – bass
Doramas Párraga – drums

Former members

Armando J. Álvarez – vocals, bass
Javier Montesdeoca – guitar
Oscar Morante – guitar
Yeray Corujo – keyboard

Discography[edit]

Demo

The Essence of Evil (1996)
Renascence (2005)

Albums

Entrance (2009)
Tales (2013)

References[edit]

^ Tears of Martyr on Encyclopaedia Metallum. Retrieved 10 May 2015.
^ a b “Tales – Tears Of Martyr – Massacre Records”. Retrieved 10 May 2015. 
^ a b “Tears of Martyr – About”. Tearsofmartyr.com. Retrieved 10 May 2015. 
^ Entrance at Discogs (list of releases) Retrieved 10 May 2015.

External links[edit]

Official website
Tears of Martyr on Facebook
Tears of Martyr’s channel on YouTube
Tears of Martyr at Encyclopaedia Metallum

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American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine is a United States-based professional society which promotes health care professionals in the field of occupational safety and health.
Projects[edit]
In the early 1990s the ACOEM expressed concern about a shortage of physicians in its field.[1][2]
References[edit]

^ Castorina, J. S. (1990). “Physician Shortage in Occupational and Environmental Medicine”. Annals of Internal Medicine. 113 (12): 983–6. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-113-12-983. PMID 2240921. 
^ Rosenstock, L.; Rest, K. M.; Benson, J. A.; Cannella, J. M.; Cohen, J.; Cullen, M. R.; Davidoff, F.; Landrigan, P. J.; Reynolds, R. C.; Clever, L. H.; Ellis, G. B.; Goldstein, B. D. (1991). “Occupational and Environmental Medicine”. New England Journal of Medicine. 325 (13): 924–927. doi:10.1056/NEJM199109263251305. 

External links[edit]

Official website
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, which is published by the organization
guidelines published by ACOEM as archived by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

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For the Napoleonic-era naval captain, see Thomas Fellowes (1778-1853). For other people of the same name, see Fellows.

Thomas Hounsom Butler Fellowes

The Naval Brigade at Goon-Goona. The mounted figure is most likely to be Captain Fellowes

Born
1827

Died
1923

Allegiance
United Kingdom

Service/branch
Royal Navy

Rank
Rear Admiral

Battles/wars
1868 Expedition to Abyssinia

Awards
Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath

Rear Admiral Sir Thomas Hounsom Butler Fellowes, KCB (1827–1923[1]) was an officer in the Royal Navy during the Victorian era.

Contents

1 Life
2 Career
3 Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Hertford
4 Awards
5 References

Life[edit]
Born in 1827 to the physician James Fellowes (making him nephew to Vice-Admiral Thomas Fellowes), he joined the Royal Navy and achieved the rank of rear admiral. He lived at Woodfield Park, Stevenage and died in 1923 at the impressive age of 96. He married Margaret, and their youngest son, Ivan Gordon Fellowes (b. 1898) joined the Royal Navy and died at sea on 18 March 1915 aged 17 in HMS Irresistible when she struck a mine.
Career[edit]
Fellowes was promoted to lieutenant on 10 December 1852[2] and served in the flagship of Vice-Admiral William Fanshawe Martin, HMS Marlborough, in the Mediterranean Fleet.[3] He was promoted commander on 24 June 1862[3] and on 3 May 1867 took command of HMS Dryad on the East Indies Station.[3] As captain of Dryad he commanded a Naval Brigade of 80 men during the 1868 Expedition to Abyssinia, seeing action at Arogye Pass and the Battle of Magdala. He was invalided out of the ship shortly afterwards.[3] He was promoted to captain on 14 August 1868[2] for his services in the Abyssinian War and retired on 1 October 1873.[4] He was promoted on the retired list to rear admiral on 1 January 1886.[5]
Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Hertford[edit]
On 12 June 1912 Fellowes was appointed Deputy Lord Lieutenant of the County of Hertford.[6]
Awards[edit]

Abyssinian War Medal
KCB[2]

References[edit]

^ Diary of a Journey to Abyssinia 1868: The Diary and Observations of William Simpson, by William Simpson, Richard Pankhurst, Frederic Sharf, published by Tsehai Publishers, 2002, ISBN 0-9723172-1-X
^ a b c “Executive Officers (F)”. Archived from the original on 7 February 2012. Retrieved 9 March 2008. 
^ a b c d “William Loney RN website – Thomas Hounsom Butler Fellowes Biography”. Retrieved 8 March 2008. 
^ The London Gazette: no. 24022. p. 4430. 3 October 1873. R
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