Pratibha

Pratibha Gender Female Language(s) Hindi Sanskrit Origin Meaning “genius” “ingenuity” “light” “intelligence” “splendour” Region of origin India Other names Related names Protiva Pratibha (hindi : प्रतिभा) is a Hindu Sanskrit Indian feminine given name, which means “genius”, “ingenuity”, “light”, “intelligence” and “splendour”. Notable people named Pratibha[edit]Pratibha Patil (born 1934), 12th President of India Pratibha Parmar (born 1955), British director, producer and writer Pratibha Ray (born 1943), Indian academic and writer Pratibha Satpathy (born 1945), Indian poet Pratibha Singh (born 1956), Indian politician and member of the 14th Lok Sabha of India Pratibha Sinha (born 1969), Indian-Nepalese actress K. Pratibha Bharati (born 1956), Indian politician Pratibha Advani, Indian talk show host, anchor and producerNotable people named Protiva[edit]Protiva Bose (1915 – 2006), Indian writerSee also[edit]Pratibha Mahila Sahakari Bank, an Indian cooperative bank founded by Pratibha Patil Pratibha cauvery, an oil tanker that ran aground when cyclone Nilam made landfall Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya, an Indian system of schools run by the Directorate of Education, Government of Delhi Valmiki-Pratibha, an Indian opera created by Rabindranath Tagore This page or section lists people that share the same given name or the same family name. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change that link to point directly to the intended article. thanks wikipedia.

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Academy of the Assumption

Academy of the AssumptionOld Assumption Chapel, now St. Jude Melkite Catholic Church built in 1946 of Indiana Bedford stoneLocation Miami, Florida, Miami-Dade County United States Information Funding type Private school Religious affiliation(s) Catholic Founded 1943 Closed 1976 Principal Therese Margaret Duross Gender Girls Academy of the Assumption was a Catholic all-girls school that was located on Biscayne Bay in Miami, Florida, United States. Built in 1943 and closed in 1976, it was run by the Religious of the Assumption. The school’s last principal was Sr. Therese Margaret Duross R.A.[1] After being closed, the facilities were sold. Most buildings have since been demolished, replaced by luxury high-rise condominiums that dot the area’s skyline. However, some buildings are still standing and in use. The Assumption Chapel remains active, now a part of St. Jude Melkite Catholic Church. Notable alumni[edit]Cristina Saralegui ’66 Alex de la Campa Villoch ’74[citation needed]References[edit] ^ “Miami Alumnae Gather”. 7 October 2006. Sisters of the Assumption article[dead link] The Miami News, Liquidation Sale Clears Out Academy Of The Assumption by Eliott Rodriguez, July 17, 1978, Page 4A. The Miami News, Condo To Tower 41 Stories, by Larry Birger, July 25, 1979, Page 1A The Miami Daily News, Chapel Cornerstone is Laid at Academy, May 3, 1946, Page 1B.v t e Archdiocese of Miami ArchbishopsColeman Carroll Edward Anthony McCarthy John Favalora Thomas WenskiAuxiliary BishopsNorbert Dorsey Felipe Estévez Gilberto Fernandez John Fitzpatrick René Gracida John Nevins John Noonan Agustin Roman Thomas Wenski Peter Baldacchino ChurchesCathedral Cathedral of Saint Mary, Miami Parishes Church of the Little Flower, Coral Gables Basilica of St. Mary Star of the Sea, Key West St. Dominic Church, Miami Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, Miami St. Patrick Catholic Church, Miami Beach Saint Edward Catholic Church, Pembroke Pines EducationHigher Education Barry University St. Thomas University Seminary St. John Vianney College Seminary High Schools Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School, Miami Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame High School, Miami Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School, Southwest Ranches Belen Jesuit Preparatory School, Miami Cardinal Gibbons High School, Fort Lauderdale Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart, Miami Chaminade-Madonna College Prep. thanks wikipedia.

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Giuseppe Barbaro

Giuseppe Barbaro (born May 24, 1956 in Platì), also known as “u Sparitu” (the Disappeared),[1] is a boss of the ‘Ndrangheta, a Mafia-type criminal organisation based in Calabria, Italy. He is a son of Francesco Barbaro, one of leaders of the Barbaro ‘ndrina based in Platì. He was included in the list of most wanted fugitives in Italy until his arrest on December 10, 2001.[2]Contents 1 Head of the clan 2 Fugitive and arrest 3 Video games 4 ReferencesHead of the clan[edit] When his father was arrested on January 5, 1989,[3] Giuseppe Barbaro gradually took over the leadership of the clan from his aging father while he was on the run.[4] Platì has been called the “cradle of kidnapping” and the clan was actively involved in the kidnap industry. Seventeen high profile kidnappings have been attributed to the clan.[5] He is considered to be one of the key players in the complex secretive negotiations with the authorities that returned the freedom to Milan-based entrepreneur Alessandra Sgarella, who was kidnapped on December 11, 1997, and released after 266 days on September 4, 1998 after paying a USD 5 million ransom.[6] The money extorted with kidnappings was invested in drug trafficking and construction in northern Italy, in particularly around Buccinasco, near Milan.[7] The clan participated in a cartel of ‘Ndrangheta families involved in cocaine trafficking with the Mafia family of Mariano Agate.[5][8] Fugitive and arrest[edit] He was on the run since 1987 and in 1992, he was included in the list of the 30 most wanted fugitives in Italy, wanted for murder, kidnapping and mafia association.[9] On December 10, 2001, he was arrested with his wife in an underground bunker in his hometown Platì.[2] He had become a father four times in his fourteen years on the run.[4][10] The operation of the Carabinieri in Platì revealed a complex system of caches, bunkers, hidden doors and underground tunnels in the mountains of Platì and country, used for decades by Barbaro and other families Platì to escape the police. The tunnels – most running parallel to the town’s sewer system – were sophisticated and in some places large enough to drive a lorry through. Remote-controlled trap doors lead into houses, some of them uninhabited, enabling the mafiosi to escape from the police. Some of the tunnels emerged outside the town close to woodland, while others open into animal pens and barns on local farms. It is suspected that kidnap victims were held within the c. thanks wikipedia.

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Malaya frog

Malaya frog may refer to:Malaya bug-eyed frog (Theloderma leporosum), a frog in the Rhacophoridae family found in Peninsular Malaysia and Sumatra Malaya wart frog (Limnonectes macrodon), a frog in the Dicroglossidae family endemic to Sumatra and Java, Indonesia This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Malaya frog. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. thanks wikipedia.

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Buckrabanyule, Victoria

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. (August 2007) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Buckrabanyule VictoriaThe Buckrabanyule Hall on the day of the centenary celebrations Buckrabanyule Coordinates 36°15′0″S 143°31′0″E / 36.25000°S 143.51667°E / -36.25000; 143.51667Coordinates: 36°15′0″S 143°31′0″E / 36.25000°S 143.51667°E / -36.25000; 143.51667 Population 8 (? est)[citation needed] Postcode(s) 3525 Location 237 km (147 mi) NW of Melbourne 97 km (60 mi) NW of Bendigo 18 km (11 mi) E of Charlton LGA(s) Shire of Buloke State electorate(s) Ripon Federal Division(s) Murray, Mallee Buckrabanyule is a tiny township in the north-central area of the state of Victoria in Australia. It is 237 kilometres (147 mi) from Melbourne, Victoria’s capital city. The Post Office opened on 23 November 1875. It was renamed Hallam in 1884 when an office named Buckrabanyule R.S (for Railway Station) was opened some distance away. This latter office became Buckrabanyule in 1902 and closed in 1992. [1] Buckrabanyule is an Australian Aboriginal name meaning “last of the hills” or “last of the ranges” which is a rather appropriate description, since geographically, Mount Buckrabanyule (which lies just north of the township) is at the very end of the north-eastern extension of the Great Dividing Range. Standing atop Mount Buckrabanyule and looking north, the landscape is very flat all the way to the horizon. Until recently, thanks to the efforts of the Wychitella and District Landcare Group, the mountain was covered in a noxious weed, Wheel Cactus Opuntia robusta. Its population is only 14, and only qualifies as a “township” because several farmhouses are within a few kilometre’s radius. Buckrabanyule is effectively a ghost town, as many residents left probably due to a shift from railway to road transport and its remote location. The remains of a Community Hall, Fire Station, Post Office and grain silos beside the railway line are all that is left. A church used to operate but was destroyed in a windstorm. On 2 August 2009, the community celebrated 100 years of the Buckrabanyule Hall, which was built in 1909 and officially opened on 31 July 1909. The hall is still regularly used by locals for mee. thanks wikipedia.

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UniFLEX

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. (August 2013) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)UniFLEXDeveloper Technical Systems Consultants (TSC) Written in Assembly language OS family Unix-like Working state Historic Latest release 13.12A Available in English Platforms Motorola 6809 family UniFLEX is a Unix-like operating system developed by Technical Systems Consultants (TSC) for the Motorola 6809 family which allowed multitasking and multiprocessing. It was released for DMA-capable 8″ floppy, extended memory addressing hardware (software controlled 4KiB paging of up to 768 KiB RAM[1]), Motorola 6809 based computers. Examples included machines from SWTPC, GIMIX and Goupil (France). On SWTPC machines, UniFLEX also supported a 20 MB, 14″ hard drive (OEM’d from Century Data Systems) in 1979. Later on, it also supported larger 14″ drives (up to 80 MB), 8″ hard drives, and 5-1/4″ floppies. In 1982 other machines also supported the first widely available 5-1/4″ hard disks using the ST506 interface such as the 5 MB BASF 6182 and the removable SyQuest SQ306RD of the same capacity. Due to the limited address space of the 6809 (64 kB) and hardware limitations, the main memory space for the UniFLEX kernel as well as for any running process had to be smaller than 56 kB (code + data). This was achieved by writing the kernel and most user space code entirely in assembly language, and by removing a few classic Unix features, such as group permissions for files. Otherwise, UniFLEX was very similar to Unix Version 7, though some command names were slightly different. There was no technical reason for the renaming apart from achieving some level of command-level compatibility with its single-user sibling FLEX. By simply restoring the Unix style names, a considerable degree of “Unix Look & Feel” could be established, though due to memory limitations the command line interpreter (shell) was less capable than the Bourne Shell known from Unix Version 7. Memory management included swapping to a dedicated portion of the system disk (even on floppies) but only whole processes could be swapped in and out, not individual pages. This caused swapping to be a very big hit on system responsiveness, so memory had to be sized appropriately. However UniFLEX was an extremely memory-efficient operating system. thanks wikipedia.

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Pemberton, Greater Manchester

PembertonPemberton Carnegie LibraryPemberton Pemberton shown within Greater ManchesterPopulation 13,982 (2011 Census) OS grid reference SD555045 Metropolitan borough Wigan Metropolitan county Greater Manchester Region North West Country England Sovereign state United Kingdom Post town WIGAN Postcode district WN5 Dialling code 01942 Police Greater Manchester Fire Greater Manchester Ambulance North West EU Parliament North West England UK Parliament Wigan List of places UK England Greater Manchester Coordinates: 53°32′10″N 2°40′26″W / 53.5360°N 2.6738°W / 53.5360; -2.6738 Pemberton is a mainly residential area of Wigan and an electoral ward of the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan,[1] in Greater Manchester, England.[2] It lies on the southwestern bank of the River Douglas,[3] contiguous to Wigan’s town centre, and east of the M6 motorway. The area today serves as a predominantly residential suburb along with the adjoining area of Orrell and as a ward has a population of 13,638,[1] increasing to 13,982 at the 2011 Census.[4] Historically a part of Lancashire, Pemberton was formerly a township and parish in the hundred of West Derby. Following the Industrial Revolution, Pemberton became a densely populated industrial district comprising a variety of coal mines, stone-quarries, brick manufactories, and cotton mills.[3][5] Coal mining was the principal industry of what was described in 1911 as an “unpicturesque, bare and open” area.[3] The former Pemberton Urban District was amalgamated into the County Borough of Wigan in 1904.[2][6]Contents 1 History 2 Governance2.1 Electoral Ward 2.2 Wigan Council Members for Pemberton 3 Geography 4 See also 5 References5.1 Notes 5.2 Bibliography 6 External linksHistory[edit] The name Pemberton derives from Penn-bere-tūn, which is believed to be a combination of the Celtic penn meaning hill, the Old English bere meaning barley plus the Old English suffix of -ton meaning a farm or settlement.[7][8] Unmentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, Pemberton does not appear in records until 1212, when it was documented to have been a thegnage estate, or manor, comprising “two plough-lands”, with an annual rate of 20 shillings payable by the tenant, Alan de Windle, to King John of England.[3] There were several collieries in the area, and sandstone was also quarried. At Newtown were. thanks wikipedia.

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Lebuh SPA

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. (August 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Federal Route 33 Sungai Udang – Paya Rumput – Ayer Keroh Highway Route information Length: 23.1 km (14.4 mi) Existed: 2002 – present Major junctions West end: Sungai Udang  Federal Route 5Lebuh AMJ M2Jalan Melaka-Chin ChinAyer Keroh Highway East end: Ayer Keroh Location Primary destinations: Tanjong Minyak, Bukit Rambai, Bertam Ulu, Paya Rumput, Alor Gajah, Krubong, Cheng, Batu Berendam, Durian Tunggal, Simpang Gading. Highway systemHighways in Malaysia Expressways Federal StateLebuh SPA (Sungai Udang – Paya Rumput – Ayer Keroh Highway), Federal Route 33 (formerly Malacca State Route M17), is a major highway in Malacca state, Malaysia.[1] This 23.1 km (14.4 mile) highway connects Sungai Udang in the west to Ayer Keroh in the east.Contents 1 Route background 2 History 3 Features 4 List of interchanges 5 ReferencesRoute background[edit] The Kilometre Zero of the Federal Route 33 starts from Sungai Udang. History[edit] Construction began in 2002 and was completed in 2005. In 2010, the highway was gazetted as the federal roads by JKR[clarification needed] as Federal Route 33. Features[edit]This highway features fast lane-to-slow lane U-turns. Two lane carriageway Hang Jebat StadiumAt most sections, the SPA Highway was built under the JKR R5 road standard as a dual-carriageway highway with partial access control, allowing maximum speed limit of up to 90 km/h. There are no overlaps, alternate routes, or sections with motorcycle lanes.List of interchanges[edit] Km Exit Interchange To Remarks0 EXIT 3301 Sungai Udang Sungai Udang Junctions NorthMasjid TanahKuala Sungai BaruPort DicksonTanjung Bidara SouthSungai UdangTangga BatuTanjung KlingMalacca City T-junctionsLebuh SPA Start/End of single carriageway highway Central Malacca-Alor Gajah district border Sungai Udang Prison Complex Viaduct ViaductEXIT 3302 Jalan Bukit Rambai Junctions South M9Jalan Bukit Rambai Bukit Rambai T-junctions Start/End of single carriageway highway Start/End of dual carriageway highwayEXIT 3303 Paya Rumput Paya Rumput InterchangeLebuh AMJNorthPaya RumputAlor Gaj. thanks wikipedia.

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Brigid Berlin

This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (August 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Brigid Berlin (born September 6, 1939) is an American artist and former Warhol superstar.Contents 1 Early years 2 Association with Andy Warhol 3 Artwork 4 Filmography 5 References 6 External linksEarly years[edit] Berlin was the eldest of three daughters born to socialite parents, Muriel (Johnson) “Honey” Berlin and Richard E. Berlin, into a world of Manhattan privilege. Her father was chairman of the Hearst media empire for 32 years.[1] As a child, Berlin regularly mixed with celebrities and the powerful:I would pick up the phone and it would be Richard Nixon. My parents entertained Lyndon Johnson, J. Edgar Hoover, and there were lots of Hollywood people because of San Simeon – Clark Gable, Joan Crawford, Dorothy Kilgallen.. I have a box of letters, written to my parents in the late 1940s and 1950s from the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.[2]Her socialite mother frequently worried about Brigid’s weight and constantly attempted to get her to lose it through any means, from giving her cash for every pound she lost at age 11 to having the family doctor prescribe amphetamines and dexedrine. Berlin recalled, “My mother wanted me to be a slim, respectable socialite. Instead, I became an overweight troublemaker.”[3] She was briefly married to John Parker, a window dresser. They married in 1960 and later divorced. As Andy Warhol observed in his book Popism: “When Brigid brought her window dresser fiancé home to meet the family, her mother told the doorman to tell him to wait on a bench across the street in Central Park. Then she handed Brigid her wedding present – a hundred dollar bill – and told her to go to Bergdorf’s and buy herself some new underwear with it. Then she added, ‘Good luck with that fairy.'”[4] She has three siblings, all younger: sister Richie, who was, for a time, the roommate of Warhol Films’ “It Girl” and superstar Edie Sedgwick; youngest sister Christina “Chrissy” Berlin, who was instrumental in engineering the defection of Russian ballet star Mikhail Baryshnikov; and the youngest sibling, brother Richard Berlin Jr.[5] Association with Andy Warhol[edit]This section does not cit. thanks wikipedia.

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Indoreonectes

Indoreonectes Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Actinopterygii Order: Cypriniformes Family: Nemacheilidae Genus: Indoreonectes Rita & Nalbant, 1978Indoreonectes is a genus of stone loaches native to India. Species[edit] There are currently two recognized species in this genus:[1]Indoreonectes evezardi (F. Day, 1872) Indoreonectes keralensis (Rita & Nalbant, 1978)References[edit] ^ Kottelat, M. (2012): Conspectus cobitidum: an inventory of the loaches of the world (Teleostei: Cypriniformes: Cobitoidei). The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, Suppl. No. 26: 1-199.This Cypriniformes-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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