Molniya (satellite)

This article is about the satellite system.For the Soviet design bureaux, see NPO Molniya. Molniya 1 Molniya (Russian: Молния; IPA: [ˈmolnʲɪjə] ( listen), “Lightning”) was a military communications satellite system used by the Soviet Union. The satellites were placed into highly eccentric elliptical orbits known as Molniya orbits, characterised by an inclination of +63.4 degrees and a period of around 12 hours. Such orbits allowed them to remain visible to sites in polar regions for extended periods, unlike geostationary satellites in geosynchronous orbits with a 24-hour orbital period.[1] The Molniya program was authorized by a government decree in late 1960. After some initial failures in 1964, the first operational satellite, Molniya 1-01, was successfully launched on April 23, 1965. Since October 1967, Molniya satellites have been used by Russia to broadcast their national Orbita television network. References[edit] ^ Martin, Donald H. (2000). Communication Satellites. AIAA. pp. 215–. ISBN 9781884989094. Retrieved 1 January 2013.  External links[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Molniya (communications satellite).Molniya-1 spacecraft Molniya: A short history of development Molniya constellation Molniya 1-4 This article about one or more communications satellites is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Numa Ayrinhac

Numa AyrinhacPortrait of Numa Ayrinhac, by Antônio Parreiras (1918).Born Numa Camille Ayrinhac (1881-09-05)5 September 1881 Espalion, Aveyron, Occitania, France Died 23 March 1951(1951-03-23) (aged 69) Buenos Aires, Argentina Known for Portrait painting Numa Ayrinhac (5 September 1881 – 23 March 1951) was a Franco-Argentine artist. He was born in Espalion (France) in 1881 of Joseph Sixte Ayrinhac and Marie Eulalie Durand, and moved with his parents aged five to the new settlement of Pigüé, Saavedra, Argentina. He is famous for painting portraits of Eva and Juan Domingo Perón. He died in Buenos Aires on March 23, 1951. Official portrait of Juan Domingo Perón and Evita, by Numa Ayrinhac in 1948. He is the only Argentine President accompanied by the First Lady in an official portrait External links[edit]Biographical sketch (French General Consulate, Argentina)This article about an Argentine painter is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Yarmouth Mariners

Yarmouth MarinersCity Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada League Maritime Junior Hockey League Division Eastlink Founded 1976 (Cole Harbour Colts) Home arena Mariners Centre ColoursNavy, Gold, Aluminum Silver and White                     Owner(s) Mitch Bonnar General manager TJ Smith Head coach TJ Smith Franchise history 1976-1997 Cole Harbour Colts 1997-2000 East Hants Penguins 2000-2002 Dartmouth DQ Blizzard 2002-Present Yarmouth Mariners The Yarmouth Mariners are a Junior “A” team based out of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. They play in the Maritime Junior Hockey League. All home games are played out of the 1750 seat Mariners Centre. The season usually runs from mid-September to early March every year.Contents 1 History 2 Season-by-season record2.1 Franchise records 3 Sources 4 See also 5 External linksHistory[edit] It may surprise some to know that the Yarmouth Jr. A Mariners has a history that goes all the way back to 1976. Of course, the team wasn’t the Mariners back then and the team was not located anywhere near Yarmouth or the Mariners Centre. Nonetheless, the franchise that would eventually become the Mariners saw its first year of action in 76’ as the Cole Harbour Colts. The team would remain as the Colts until 1997, where the club would turn hands and become none other than the East Hants Penguins. In 2000, the Penguins were purchased by Paul Currie, moved to Dartmouth and named the Dartmouth DQ Blizzard. Currie ran the franchise for two seasons in Dartmouth. Although the club fared reasonably well in the standings, attendance was poor and sponsorship support was thin as the team competed heavily with Major Junior and University hockey for attention. Currie quickly made a decision to relocate the team. Although it was not the only location considered, Yarmouth quickly became the front-runner and in 2002 Currie secured league approval and moved his team to Southwestern Nova Scotia where they would become the Yarmouth MotorMart Mariners. In their first season, the team managed to place third in the Bent and enjoyed immense fan and community support. The 2003/2004 season was a memorable one for the team. The Mariners had a strong club and managed to plow through the playoffs with scoring from the likes of Jason Hedges, Steve Yetman, Grant Kenney, Matt Oxtoby and Justin d’Entremont. It was an exciting time for the team an. thanks wikipedia.

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Queen (soundtrack)

An automated process has detected links on this page on the local or global blacklist. If the links are appropriate you may request whitelisting by following these instructions; otherwise consider removing or replacing them with more appropriate links. (To hide this tag, set the “invisible” field to “true”)List of blacklisted links: by \barchive\.is\b on the local blacklist by \barchive\.is\b on the local blacklistFor the soundtrack created by the band Queen, see Flash Gordon (soundtrack)QueenSoundtrack album by Amit Trivedi Released 29 January 2014 (2014-01-29) 30 January 2014 (2014-01-30) (iTunes)[1] 2 February 2014 (2014-02-02) (Physical) Recorded 2013—2014 AT Studios (Mumbai), Nysa Studios (Mumbai).[2] GenrePop Rock Bhangra Electronic Filmi Punjabi Folk SugamLength 31:35 Label T-Series Producer Amit Trivedi Amit Trivedi chronologyLootera (2013) Queen (2014) Bombay Velvet (2014)Queen is the soundtrack album by Amit Trivedi, to the 2014 Hindi film of the same name directed by Vikas Bahl and starring Kangana Ranaut in lead role. The album features eight tracks in a different array of genres. It was released digitally on 30 January 2014, and physically on 2 February 2014 at the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival in Mumbai, attended by the cast and crew of the film and preceded by Trivedi’s performance. Trivedi travelled to European cities like Amsterdam and Paris in search of inspiration for the album, while also working on four different film projects at the time. The album received positive reviews from critics. All the tracks are composed by Trivedi and written by Anvita Dutt, with the exception of “Ranjha” written by Raghu Nath, composed by Rupesh Kumar Ram and the producer of the film Anurag Kashyap.Contents 1 Development 2 Release and reception2.1 Critical reception 2.2 Chart performance 3 Track listing 4 Personnel 5 ReferencesDevelopment[edit] Amit Trivedi composed the music soundtrack simultaneously working on four other ones like Ghanchakkar, Lootera, Bombay Talkies and Kusar Prasad Ka Bhoot in a time span of 5 months.[3] The film based on a woman’s self-discovery while travelling; Trivedi also travelled to Europe in Amsterdam, the film’s shooting location[4] so that he could understand the vibe and musical demand of the place in accordance with the local philo. thanks wikipedia.

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Marcelo Bonevardi

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. (January 2007) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Marcelo Bonevardi (1929–1994) was a Latin American avant-garde artist known for his mixed media pieces. A native of Argentina, Bonevardi spent the greater part of his career in New York City, where he absorbed avant-garde practices and influences such as abstraction and primitivism, using them to invent a pictorial and symbolic language with which to express his deep spirituality and affinity for myth and ritual. Bonevardi is best known for his shaped canvases, often employing mixed media, which combine elements of painting and sculpture, reflecting his early training and lifelong interest in architecture. During his lifetime, Bonevardi received many honors, including the International Prize at the X Bienal de São Paulo, first prize in the “Ten Argentine Artists at the United Nations” permanent installation, and the Platinum Prize from the Konex Foundation. Bonevardi’s work has been collected by many leading North American and Latin American museums, including the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum in New York City; the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes and the Museo de Arte Moderno in Buenos Aires; the Museu de Arte Contemporânea da Universidade in São Paulo; and the Museo Rufino Tamayo in Mexico City. See also[edit]Mixed media Shaped canvasReferences[edit]Bonevardi – Chasing Shadows, Constructing Art The Shadow Chaser by Dore Ashton Constructing Magic by Ronald Christ, Ed. John Bennett and Gustavo Bonevardi. University of Texas Press [1]External links[edit] information on Marcelo Bonevardi Authority controlWorldCat Identities VIAF: 94341499 ISNI: 0000 0000 7861 4564 SUDOC: 122635205 BNF: cb149700748 (data) ULAN: 500019920 RKD: 10319This article about an Argentine artist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Pat Miller

Pat MillerSport(s) Football, basketball Coaching career (HC unless noted) Football 1929–1932 Wake Forest Basketball 1926–1928 Loyola Maryland 1928–1930 Wake Forest Head coaching record Overall 18–15–4 (football) 18–37 (basketball) Statistics College Football Data WarehouseFrank S. “Pat” Miller was an American football and basketball coach. He served as the head football coach at Wake Forest University from 1929 to 1932, tallying a mark of 18–15–4. Miller was also the head basketball coach at Loyola University Maryland from 1926 to 1928 and at Wake Forest from 1928 to 1930, compiling a career college basketball record of 18–37. Head coaching record[edit] Football[edit] Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Wake Forest Demon Deacons (Independent) (1928–1931) 1929 Wake Forest 6–5–11930 Wake Forest 5–3–11931 Wake Forest 4–4Wake Forest Demon Deacons (Big Five Conference) (1932) 1932 Wake Forest 3–3–2Wake Forest: 18–15–4 Total: 18–15–4External links[edit]Pat Miller at the College Football Data Warehousev t e Loyola Greyhounds men’s basketball head coachesNo coach (1908–1912) William Schuerholz (1912–1917) No team (1917–1919) William Schuerholz (1919–1922) Stan Cook (1922–1923) William Schuerholz (1923–1926) Pat Miller (1926–1928) Tony Comerford (1928–1929) John Menton (1929–1930) Tony Comerford (1930–1934) William Liston (1934–1937) Lefty Reitz (1937–1944) Albert Barthelme (1944–1945) Lefty Reitz (1945–1961) Nap Doherty (1961–1974) Tom O’Connor (1974–1976) Gary Dicovitsky (1976–1981) William Burke (1981–1982) Mark Amatucci (1982–1989) Tom Schneider (1989–1993) Skip Prosser (1993–1994) Brian Ellerbe (1994–1997) Dino Gaudio (1997–2000) Scott Hicks (2000–2004) Jimmy Patsos (2004–2013) G. G. Smith (2013– ) v t e Wake Forest Demon Deacons head football coachesW. C. Dowd & W. C. Riddick (1888) W. C. Riddick (1889) No team (1890) E. Walter Sikes (1891–1893) No team (1894) No coach (1895) No team (1896–1907) A. P. Hall, Jr. (1908) A. T. Myers (1909) Reddy Rowe (1910) Frank Thompson (1911–1913) Wilbur C. Smith (1914–1915) G. M. Billings (1916) E. T. MacDonnell (1917) Harry Rabenhorst (1918–1919) James L. White (1920–1921) George Levene (1922) Hank Garrity (1923–1925) James A. Baldwin (1926–1927) Stan Cofall (1928) Pat Miller (1929. thanks wikipedia.

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This article is about the band.For other uses, see POD (disambiguation). P.O.D.P.O.D. in 2008. From left to right: Traa Daniels, Wuv Bernardo, Marcos Curiel and Sonny Sandoval.Background information Origin San Diego, California, United States GenresChristian metal[1][2] nu metal[3][4] rap metal[5] alternative metal[6] rapcore[7] hard rock[7]Years active 1992–present LabelsRescue Atlantic Columbia/INO Razor & Tie Tooth & NailWebsite payableondeath.comMembers Sonny Sandoval Wuv Bernardo Traa Daniels Marcos CurielPast members Jason Truby Gabe Portillo Payable on Death (abbreviated as P.O.D.)[8] is an American Christian metal band formed in 1992. The band’s line-up consists of vocalist Sonny Sandoval, drummer Wuv Bernardo, guitarist Marcos Curiel, and bassist Traa Daniels.[8][9][10] They have sold over 12 million records worldwide. Over the course of their career, the band has received three Grammy Award nominations, contributed to numerous motion picture soundtracks and toured internationally. With their third studio album, The Fundamental Elements of Southtown, they achieved their initial mainstream success; the album was certified platinum by the RIAA in 2000.[10][11] Their following studio album, Satellite, continued the band’s success with the singles, “Alive” and “Youth of the Nation”, pushing it to go triple platinum.[11][12]Contents 1 History1.1 Early years (1991–1993) 1.2 Snuff the Punk and Brown (1994–1998) 1.3 The Fundamental Elements of Southtown and Satellite (1999–2002) 1.4 Payable on Death and Testify (2003–2006) 1.5 When Angels & Serpents Dance (2007–2009) 1.6 Murdered Love (2010–2013) 1.7 So-Cal Sessions and The Awakening (2014–present) 2 Style and influences 3 Band members 4 Discography 5 Awards 6 References 7 External linksHistory[edit] Early years (1991–1993)[edit] In 1991, friends Marcos Curiel and Wuv Bernardo engaged in jam sessions, with Curiel covering guitar and Bernardo playing the drums with no vocalist.[13] Calling themselves Eschatos, they started playing at keg parties doing Metallica and Slayer cover songs. After his mother’s fatal illness, Sonny Sandoval converted to Christianity and was asked by his cousin, Bernardo, to join the band as a way to keep his mind straight as mentioned on their DVD, Still Payin’ Dues. They got a bass player, Gabe Portillo, and eventually changed their name to P.O.D. Snuff the Punk and Brown (1994. thanks wikipedia.

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John Kelly (NYPD Blue)

For other people named John Kelly, see John Kelly (disambiguation).This article relies too much on references to primary sources. Please improve this by adding secondary or tertiary sources. (December 2007) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) John Kelly NYPD Blue characterDavid Caruso as Det. John Kelly with Amy Brenneman as Janice LicalsiFirst appearance “Pilot” Last appearance “Dead and Gone” Portrayed by David Caruso Information Nickname(s) Johnny Occupation NYPD Detective Title Detective Family John Kelly Sr (father, deceased) Nationality American John Kelly is a fictional character in the television series NYPD Blue. He was portrayed by David Caruso in the first season and the first four episodes of the second season of the series. An Irish-American who was promoted to the rank of detective at the relatively early age of 28, Kelly was a brilliant and oft-smoldering cop, whose father was a heroic cop who was murdered in the line of duty. John Kelly Sr. was a member of the previously Irish American-dominated Police Department who according to fellow officer Jack Hanlon[1] would have made Chief of Detectives had he not been killed. Kelly always managed to stay just on the right side of the law, usually keeping his hotter headed partner Andy Sipowicz under control. This changed when he became involved with a uniform cop, Janice Licalsi, who murdered a mob boss named Angelo Marino who had ordered her to kill Kelly. Licalsi did this as her father, also a cop, was on the payroll of the mob boss and she was trying to protect him. Eventually Licalsi was investigated and Kelly allowed her to destroy evidence that would have pointed to her involvement in the murder. After Licalsi confessed to killing Marino (and his bodyguard) she was tried and sentenced to two years in jail for manslaughter. It became evident to Kelly that he had no future in the job as Internal affairs came after him for his role in trying to help Licalsi and his testimony on her behalf. IAB couldn’t find any hard evidence to end his career with, but Captain Haverill, an opponent of the 15th’s detective squad commander, Lieutenant Arthur Fancy, had provoked Kelly into an act of insubordination and had demoted him to radio dispatch work until IAB could “find” the means to end his career. Kelly refused to accept this and resigned from the force. He was last heard to be acting as a bodyguard and security expert, and was not able to attend And. thanks wikipedia.

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List of Little Miss characters

In 2012 a box set of 36 books was released. ISBN 978-0-6035-6640-0This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)This article contains special characters. Without proper rendering support, you may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols. The following is a list of Little Miss characters from the children’s book series by Roger Hargreaves; the series was also adapted into The Mr. Men Show. Books one (Little Miss Bossy) to thirty (Little Miss Somersault) were written by Hargreaves and the remainder by his son, Adam Hargreaves.Contents : Top 0–9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A[edit] Little Miss All-goes-Well[edit] Little Miss All-goes-Well is part of the Little Miss series. Little Miss All-Goes-Well has a perfect life. This is one of the nine Little Miss titles which were not published in English. Little Miss All-goes-well has also been published under the alternative titles Madame Tout-Va-Bien (French), Η Κυρία Αισιόδοξη (Greek).B[edit] Little Miss Bad[edit]Little Miss Bad Illustrator Adam Hargreaves Country United Kingdom Language English Series Mr. Men Genre Children’s literaturePublication dateApril 3, 2003 Pages 34 pp ISBN 978-0-7498-5853-7 OCLC 51438336 Preceded by Little Miss Scary Followed by Little Miss Whoops Little Miss Bad is the 32nd book in the Little Miss series. She is a naughty and mischievous girl. Little Miss Bad appears with the title Madame Farceuse in French. Little Miss Birthday[edit] Little Miss Birthday is part of the Little Miss series. Little Miss Birthday loves birthdays just like her brother, Mr. Birthday. Little Miss Birthday has also been published under the alternative title of Madame Anniversaire (French).Little Miss Bossy[edit]Little Miss Bossy Illustrator Roger HargreavesPublication dateSeptember 1, 1981 Pages 34 pp ISBN 978-0-85985-182-4 Followed by Little Miss Naughty Little Miss Bossy is the 1st book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Bossy is very bossy (hence her name) and she is as rude as Mr. Uppity, so she is given a pair of boots which have a mind of their own; they don’t listen to her, because she is too bossy. She appeared in The Mr. Men Show season two; her hat is posit. thanks wikipedia.

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Isiah Carey

Isiah Carey Born (1970-10-17) October 17, 1970 (age 45) Baton Rouge, Louisiana Ethnicity African American Education Southern University Occupation Broadcast journalist Religion Christian Isiah Carey (born October 17, 1970) is an American television broadcast journalist and reporter who has worked for television and radio stations throughout the southeast portion of the United States and whose reporting videos have been seen by millions of people around the world.Contents 1 Background1.1 Honors and awards 2 Outtake 3 References 4 External linksBackground[edit] Carey was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and attended McKinley Senior High School.[citation needed] After graduating from high school, Carey entered the University of Southwestern Louisiana in Lafayette in 1988 to study mass communications. In 1989, he enrolled at Southern University A&M College in Baton Rouge and before graduation he worked as one of the city’s youngest radio news anchor and reporters for WXOK radio in Baton Rouge.[1] By 1990, he was also news director and anchor at KQXL-FM and WYCT-FM. That same year, Isiah got his first break in TV as a reporter and weekend public affairs talk show host at WVLA-TV (NBC) (Baton Rouge). In 1991, he joined WAFB (Baton Rouge) where he remained for four years as a fill in co-host of a morning news program and general assignment reporter. Carey has worked at KARK-TV, channel 4 Little Rock, Arkansas and at television stations in Memphis, Tennessee and Washington, D.C. (BET).[2] Carey currently works as a reporter for KRIV, channel 26, in Houston, Texas. Throughout his broadcasting career, Isiah has won several awards, including an Emmy for live reporting while working in Little Rock after a plane crash in 1999 and an award from the Society of Professional Journalists in Memphis for investigative reporting in 2000.[3] Honors and awards[edit] After a report on the city’s homeless population, Houston Mayor, Bill White, declared June 23, 2009, “Isiah Carey Day” in Houston.[4] Isiah received an Emmy award in 1999 for live reporting in Little Rock, Arkansas. While an investigative reporter in Memphis, TN at WHBQ-TV Carey was the winner of two awards by the Society of Professional Journalist in 2000. Carey was also honored in 2008 by the University of Houston for his efforts in getting a Houston man cleared in the shooting of a pitbull that attacked his family. That man, Wady Spikes, was charged and jailed for animal cruelty. thanks wikipedia.

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