C.D. Esmeraldas Petrolero

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Esmeraldas Petrolero

Full name
Club Social, Cultural y Deportivo Esmeraldas Petrolero

Nickname(s)
El ídolo de Esmeraldas (The Idol of Esmeraldas)
El Equipo Petrolero (The Petrol Team)

Founded
December 27, 1977

Ground
Estadio Folke Anderson,
Esmeraldas

Ground Capacity
14,000

Home colours

Away colours

Club Social, Cultural y Deportivo Esmeraldas Petrolero is a sports club based in Esmeraldas, Ecuador. It is best known for its professional football team, which as since folded.
The club was founded on December 29, 1977, by the workers of the nearby oil refineries in the province. By the 1980s, the team ascended to the top-level of football in the country, the Serie A, where it enjoy moderate success. The team finished 4th in 1984 and had the league’s top-scorer in 1985, Brazilian Guga.
The 1990s proved to be a downtime for the club. They had been relegated down to the third tier of football, Segunda Categoria. By 1998, they had gained promotion to the Serie B, where it stayed until 2003. They quickly gained promotion the following season, only to be relegated back to the Segunda by the first stage of 2006.

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Daudov

Daudov (Russian: Даудов) is a Russian masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Daudova. It may refer to

Ibragimkhalil Daudov (1960–2012), Dagestani militant
Marat Daudov (born 1989), Ukrainian football player

This page lists people with the surname Daudov. If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person’s given name(s) to the link.

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Kochelsee Railway

Lake Kochel railway

Overview

Native name
Kochelseebahn

Type
Heavy rail, Passenger rail
Regional rail

Status
Operational

Locale
Bavaria

Termini
Tutzing
Kochel

Stations
7

Line number
5453

Operation

Opened
Stages between 1865–1898

Owner
Deutsche Bahn

Operator(s)
DB Bahn

Rolling stock
Bombardier Talent 2

Technical

Line length
35.5 km (22.1 mi)

Number of tracks
Single track

Track gauge
1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) standard gauge

Electrification
15 kV/16.7 Hz AC Overhead line

Route number
961

Lake Kochel railway

Legend

• Operating points and lines[1]

from Munich

39.6

0.0

Tutzingterminus of
611 m above sea level (NN)

to Garmisch-Partenkirchen

6.95
Bernried
633 m above NN

11.34
Seeshaupt
601 m above NN

17.17
Iffeldorf (formerly: Staltach)
599 m above NN

22.50
Penzberg Gbf(Goods station)

22.39
Penzberg

25.50
Schönmühl

Isar Valley Railway

27.17
Bichl
615 m above NN

28.85
Benediktbeuern
618 m above NN

30.80
Ried (Oberbay.)

33.10
Ort b. Kochl

35.47
Kochel
606 m above NN

The Kochelseebahn (‘Lake Kochel railway’) is a branch line in Upper Bavaria (Oberbayern), Germany, that is just under 36 km long, single-tracked and fully electrified. It is operated by the Deutsche Bahn AG as route 961 in their List of German scheduled railway routes. The Kochelseebahn branches in Tutzing from the Munich Hauptbahnhof–Garmisch-Partenkirchen main line and runs from there via Penzberg to Kochel by the Kochelsee lake that gives the line its name.
The section from Tutzing to Bichl is classed as a main line, the remainder as a branch line. The route was electrified on 4 March 1925 and is currently (2006) worked by electric multiples of the DBAG Class 425/426.
Apart from a few exceptions in the morning commuter services the trains run hourly, with a crossing in Bichl shortly before the half-hour and good connections in Tutzing in both directions. The commuter services run straight through to and from Munich Hauptbahnhof (main station), the crossing then usually takes place in Seeshaupt due to the change in frequency.
References[edit]

^ Eisenbahnatlas Deutschland (in German). Köln: Verlag Schweer
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Sultan Bashiruddin Mahmood

Sultan Bashirudding Mehmood

Born
1940 (age 76–77)[1]
Amritsar, Punjab, British India
(Present-day India)

Residence
Islamabad, Pakistan

Citizenship
Pakistani

Nationality
Pakistan

Fields
Nuclear Engineering

Institutions
Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC)

Alma mater
University of Engineering and Technology
University of Manchester

Known for
Work in nuclear industry
Founded leftwing UTN
SBM Leakage probe

Influenced
Dr Israr Ahmed

Notable awards
Sitara-e-Imtiaz (1998)

Website
darulhikmat.com/author.html

Sultan Bashiruddin Mahmood[note 1](Urdu: سلطان بشیر الدین محمود‎; born 1940;[1] SI), is a Pakistani nuclear engineer and a scholar on Islamic studies who was notoriously subjected for a criminal probe launched by the FIA on suspicions on unauthorized travel in Afghanistan prior to the deadliest terrorist attacks in the United States in 2001.
Having spent a distinguish career in PAEC, he founded the Ummah Tameer-e-Nau (UTN) in 1999– a left-wing organization that was banned and sanctioned by the United States in 2001. Mehmood was among those who were listed and sanctioned by the al-Qaeda sanction committee in December 2001.[2] Having been cleared by the FIA, he has been living in anonymity in Islamabad, authoring books on relationship between Islam and science.

Contents

1 Life and education
2 Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission
3 Radical politics and Ummah Tameer-e-Nau
4 2001 debriefing and detention
5 Mahmood-Hoodbhoy debates

5.1 Literature and Cosmology

6 New York Times comments
7 Bibliography
8 Awards and honours
9 See also
10 References
11 External links

Life and education[edit]
Mahmood was born in Amritsar, Punjab, British India to the Punjabi family.[1] There are conflicting reports on concerning his date of birth; his personal admission noted the birth year as 1940,[1] while the UN reports estimated as 1938.[3] His father, Chaudhry Muhammad Sharif, was a local Zamindar (lit. feudal lord).[1] His family emigrated from India to Pakistan in an events following the Religious violence in India in 1947; the family settled in Lahore, Punjab.[1]
After graduating with distinctions from a local high school standing at top of his class, Mehmood was awarded scholarship and enrolled at the famed Government College University to study electrical engineering.[1] After spending a semester, he made a transfer to University of Engineering and Technology in Lahore, and graduated with bachelor’s degree
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Pål Hausken

Pål Hausken

Pål Hausken, oktober 2010
(Photo by Thomas Bjørndahl)

Background information

Born
(1980-08-25) 25 August 1980 (age 36)
Rennesøy, Rogaland

Origin
Norway

Genres
Jazz

Occupation(s)
Musician, composer

Instruments
Drums, percussion

Associated acts
In The Country
Bull of the year
Music for a While

Website
www.groove.no/artist/74567871

Pål Hausken (born 25 August 1980 in Rennesøy, Norway) is a Norwegian Jazz musician (drums and percussion),[1] most known from bands like the jazz trio In The Country where he plays together with Morten Qvenild and Roger Arntzen, but also for his collaboration with artists like Susanna Wallumrød, Bull of the Year, Zahl and Music for a While together with Tora Augestad.[2]

Contents

1 Career
2 Honors
3 Discography

3.1 Central projects
3.2 Other projects

4 References
5 External links

Career[edit]

Pål Hausken and In The Country
(Photo by Thomas Bjørndahl)

Hausken was a music student at the Norwegian Academy of Music when he together with fellow students Morten Qvenild and Roger Arntzen initiated the band In The Country. Here he play a central role as drummer and with five releases this is the most productive of his projects. At the Umea Jazz Festival 2012 they received brilliant critiques and followed up with the fifth album Sunset Sunrise in 2013.[3]
Honors[edit]

2004: Jazzintro Newcomer Award at Moldejazz, with in the Country
2012: “Independent Music Awards” with in the Country, for their latest full length art concert film

Discography[edit]
Central projects[edit]

In The Country

2005: This Was The Pace of My Heartbeat (Rune Grammofon)
2006: Losing Stones, Collecting Bones (Rune Grammofon)
2009: Whiteout (Rune Grammofon)
2011: Sounds And Sights (Rune Grammofon)
2013: Sunset Sunrise (ATC)

Susanna Wallumrød

2007: Sonata Mix Dwarf Cosmos (Rune Grammofon)
2008: Flower of Evil (Rune Grammofon)

Zahl

2007: Nice for a Change (Kaizerecords)

Music for a While

2007: Weill Variations (Grappa)
2012: Graces That Refrain (Grappa)

Bull of the year

2009: Four Horns (AIM Sound City)

Other projects[edit]

Hilde Marie Kjersem TUB Quartet

2004: Red Shoes Diary (Curling Legs)

Kaada

2004: MECD (Warner Music, Norway)

Gebhardt & Mjøs

2005: Alt For Norge (Apache Records)

Christer Knutsen

2005: Would You Please Welcome (Frode Records)
2006: Grand Hotel (Frode Records)[1]

With Tora Augestad’s Music for a While including Mathias Eick, Stian Carstensen and
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Broadway Extension

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The Broadway Extension is a project (and current aim) of the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway, planned to extend northwards to as far as Broadway.
It is the aim of the GWSR on extending its running line to the Cotswold Village of Broadway, Worcestershire, where its former station has been reconstructed from scratch.
Work on the extension began during 2005–06, and the GWSR has since re-laid and re-ballasted a total of over 3 miles of track, through the site of Laverton Halt, currently up to as far as Pry Lane.
References[edit]

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External links[edit]

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Zeng Xianyi

This is a Chinese name; the family name is Zeng.

Zeng Xianyi

Born
(1936-01-31)January 31, 1936

Died
January 15, 2011(2011-01-15) (aged 74)
Beijing, China

Citizenship
Chinese

Fields
Legal history

Institutions
Renmin University of China Law School

Alma mater
Renmin University of China

Zeng Xianyi (Chinese: 曾宪义; pinyin: Zēng Xiànyì; January 31, 1936 – January 15, 2011) was a professor of legal history and was the Dean of Renmin University of China Law School.
Biography[edit]
Zeng Xianyi received his Bachelor of Laws degree from Renmin University of China Department of Law in 1960. He became the Head of the department from 1990 to 1994 and then Dean of the Law School till 2005. Then he was the Honorary Dean of the Law School.
Zeng died in Beijing on January 15, 2011.[1]
References[edit]

^ 著名法学家、杰出法学教育家曾宪义教授逝世 (in Chinese). People’s Daily Online. January 17, 2011. Retrieved January 22, 2011. 

External links[edit]

Zeng Xianyi’s profile at Renmin University of China Law School’s website

Academic offices

Preceded by
none
Dean of Renmin University of China Law School
1994–2005
Succeeded by
Wang Liming

Roger Laurence

Roger Laurence (1670–1736) was an English nonjuring priest and controversialist.
Life[edit]
The son of Roger Laurence, armorer, he was born 18 March 1670, and admitted on the royal mathematical foundation to Christ’s Hospital in April 1679, from the ward of St Botolph, Bishopsgate, on the presentation of Sir John Laurence, merchant, of London. On 22 November 1688 he was discharged and bound for seven years to a merchant vessel. He was afterwards employed by the firm of Lethieullier, merchants of London, and was sent by them to Spain, where he remained for some years.
He studied divinity, became dissatisfied with his baptism among dissenters, and was informally baptised at Christ Church, Newgate Street, on 31 March 1708, by John Bates, reader at the church. Laurence’s act attracted attention, and was disapproved by the Bishop of London. Laurence then published his Lay Baptism Invalid, which gave rise to a controversy. It was discussed at a dinner of thirteen bishops at Lambeth Palace on 22 April 1712, and a declaration was drawn up in favour of the validity of baptisms performed by non-episcopally ordained ministers. This was offered to Convocation on 14 May 1712, but rejected by the lower house after some debate.
Through the influence of Charles Wheatly, then Fellow of St John’s College, Oxford an honorary degree of M.A. was conferred on Laurence by the University of Oxford on 16 July 1713. He was ordained deacon on 30 November, and priest on 19 December 1714, by the nonjuring bishop George Hickes. In 1716–18 nonjuring ordinations took place in Lawrence’s chapel on College Hill, City of London. He was consecrated a bishop by Archibald Campbell in 1733; but his consecration, performed by a single bishop, as not recognised by other nonjurors. A new faction was started, of which Campbell and Laurence were the leaders, Thomas Brett being at the head of the original body of nonjurors.
Laurence died on 6 March 1736 at Kent House, Beckenham, the country residence of the Lethieulliers, aged nearly 66, and was buried at Beckenham on 11 March. In his will, made 29 February 1736, he is described as ‘of the parish of St. Saviours in Southwark.’ He left all his property to his wife, Jane Laurence, whose maiden name was Holman.
Works[edit]
He published:

‘Lay Baptism Invalid, or an Essay to prove that such Baptism is Null and Void when administer’d in opposition to the Divine Right of the Apostolical Succession. By a Lay Hand’ (anon.), London, 1708. Editions, with v
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Olaf Solberg

Olaf Solberg (10 February 1885 – 31 July 1968) was a Norwegian rower who competed for Christiania Roklub. He competed in coxed eights and in coxed fours, inriggers at the 1912 Summer Olympics in Stockholm.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Olaf Solberg”. Sports-reference.com. Retrieved 28 February 2011. 

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Alexander (1996 film)

Alexander

Directed by
Keyaar

Produced by
Meena Panchu Arunachalam

Screenplay by
Keyaar

Story by
Panchu Arunachalam

Starring

Vijayakanth
Sangita
Prakash Raj
Srihari
Kavita
Jeeva
Nizhalgal Ravi
Vadivukkarasi
Rajasekhar
Laxmi Rattan

Music by
Karthik Raja

Cinematography
Raja Rajan

Edited by
B. Lenin
V. T. Vijayan

Production
company

P.A. Art Productions

Release date

10 November 1996 (1996-11-10)

Running time

130 minutes

Country
India

Language
Tamil

Alexander is a 1996 Tamil action film directed by Keyaar. The film features Vijayakanth and Sangita in lead roles. The film, produced by Meena Panchu Arunachalam, had musical score by Karthik Raja and was released on 10 November 1996 as a Deepavali release. [1][2][3]

Contents

1 Plot
2 Cast
3 Soundtrack
4 References

Plot[edit]
Ashok’s (Prakash Raj) brothers are three brothers who smuggle drugs, and they are unstoppable. Only Alexander (Vijayakanth), a CBI officer, can arrest them.
Cast[edit]

Vijayakanth as Alexander
Sangita as Priya
Prakash Raj as Ashok
Srihari as Hari
Kavita as Thayamma
Jeeva as Brinda
Nizhalgal Ravi as Gandhirajan
Vadivukkarasi
Rajasekhar as Rajasekhar
Laxmi Rattan as Choudary
Aditya Kumar
Bobby

Soundtrack[edit]

Alexander

Soundtrack album by Karthik Raja

Released
1996

Recorded
1996

Genre
Feature film soundtrack

Length
23:19

Producer
Karthik Raja

The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Karthik Raja. The soundtrack, released in 1996, features 5 tracks with lyrics written by Vaali, Panchu Arunachalam and Parthi Bhaskar.[4][5][6]

Track
Song
Singer
Duration

1
‘Alexander’
Anupama, Yuvan Shankar Raja
3:36

2
‘Koothadichu’
S. P. B. Charan, Yuvan Shankar Raja
5:25

3
‘Nadhiyoram’
Unni Krishnan, Bhavatharini
4:52

4
‘Rajarajan Nane’
Mano, Sujatha
4:40

5
‘Thaathi Thaathi’
Malaysia Vasudevan, ‘Mahanadhi’ Shobana
4:44

References[edit]

^ “Alexander”. entertainment.oneindia.in. Retrieved 2012-12-25. 
^ “Star Talk – Karthik Raja”. indiaglitz.com. 2006-06-29. Retrieved 2012-12-25. 
^ Rajitha (1997-04-04). “My goal is to learn all I can about music”. rediff.com. Retrieved 2012-12-25. 
^ “Download Alexander by Karthik Raja on Nokia Music”. music.ovi.com. Retrieved 2012-12-25. 
^ “Alexander – Karthik Raja”. thiraipaadal.com. Retrieved 2012-12-25. 
^ “Alexander”. hummaa.com. Retrieved 2012-12-25. 

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