Blythe Intaglios

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Blythe Intaglios

U.S. National Register of Historic Places

California Historical Landmark #101

One of the Blythe Intaglios, 2007

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Location in California

Nearest city
Blythe, California

Coordinates
33°48′01″N 114°32′18″W / 33.80028°N 114.53833°W / 33.80028; -114.53833Coordinates: 33°48′01″N 114°32′18″W / 33.80028°N 114.53833°W / 33.80028; -114.53833

NRHP Reference #
75000452

CHISL #
101

Added to NRHP
August 22, 1975

The Blythe Intaglios or Blythe Geoglyphs are a group of gigantic figures found on the ground near Blythe, California in the Colorado Desert. The intaglios are found east of the Big Maria Mountains, about 15 miles (24 km) north of downtown Blythe, just west of U.S. Highway 95 near the Colorado River. The largest human figure is 171 feet (52 m) long. The intaglios are best viewed from the air.
The geoglyphs or intaglios (anthropomorphic geoglyphs) were created by scraping away layers of darker rocks or pebbles to reveal a stratum of lighter-valued soil. While these “gravel pictographs” are found through the deserts of southeastern California, human figures are found only near the Colorado River. The figures are so immense that many of them were not observed by non-Indians until the 1930s.[1] The set of geoglyphs includes several dozen figures, thought to be ceremonial in nature.[2] Many of them are believed to date from the prehistoric period, but their age and the identity of their creators are still uncertain. Jay von Werlhof and his collaborators obtained 13 AMS radiocarbon dates for the figures, ranging from 900 BCE to 1200 CE.[3]

Rediscovery[edit]
In 1932, a pilot flying between Las Vegas, Nevada and Blythe, California noticed the Blythe geoglyphs.[4] His find led to a survey of the area by Arthur Woodward, Curator of History and Anthropology at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.[5]
Topock Maze[edit]
The Topock Maze, another geoglyph site near Needles, California, covers 18 acres (73,000 m2) and consists of a series of parallel windrows approximately five feet apart.[4]
Edward Curtis reported in 1908 that, “The Mohave Indians near by have utilized the area … in recent years, as a maze into which to lure and escape evil spirits, for it is believed that by running in and out through one of these immense labyrinths, one haunted with a dread may bewilder th
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The Lady of the Lake (film)

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The Lady of the Lake

Directed by
James A. FitzPatrick

Produced by
Michael Balcon

Written by
Sir Walter Scott (play)
Angus MacPhail
James A. FitzPatrick

Starring
Percy Marmont
Benita Hume
Lawson Butt
James Carew

Music by
Nathaniel Shilkret

Cinematography
Bert Dawley
Leslie Rowson
James Wilson

Production
company

Gainsborough Pictures

Distributed by
FitzPatrick Pictures (US)

Release date

December 1928

Country
United Kingdom

Language
English

The Lady of the Lake is a 1928 British romance film directed by James A. FitzPatrick and starring Percy Marmont, Benita Hume and Lawson Butt.[1] It is based on the 1810 poem The Lady of the Lake by Walter Scott.

Contents

1 Cast
2 Production
3 References
4 Bibliography
5 External links

Cast[edit]

Percy Marmont – James FitzJames
Benita Hume – The Lady of the Lake
Lawson Butt – Roderick Dhu
James Carew – Lord Moray
Haddon Mason – Malcolm Graeme
Hedda Bartlett – Margaret
Leo Dryden – Allan Bayne
Sara Francis – Blanche of Devon
James Douglas -Douglas

Production[edit]
It was made at the Islington Studios of Gainsborough Pictures. The film was originally silent, with sound added in July 1931.[2]
References[edit]

^ http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/title/39576
^ Cook p.176

Bibliography[edit]

Cook, Pam. Gainsborough Pictures. Cassell, 1997.

External links[edit]

The Lady of the Lake at the Internet Movie Database

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Elisabeth Schellekens

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Elisabeth Schellekens is an academic philosopher specialising in the philosophy of aesthetics and ethics. She is Senior Lecturer at Durham University and is co-editor of the British Journal of Aesthetics and on the editorial board of the Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism.[1]
She is married to the musicologist and critic Guy Dammann.
Published works[edit]

Aesthetics and Morality (London: Continuum Books, 2007)
Who’s Afraid of Conceptual Art, with Peter Goldie (London: Routledge, 2009)

Edited collections[edit]

Philosophy and Conceptual Art, with Peter Goldie (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007)
The Aesthetic Mind, with Peter Goldie (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011)

References[edit]

^ http://www.dur.ac.uk/philosophy/staff/?id=4295

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Parlor Hawk (album)

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Parlor Hawk

Studio album by Parlor Hawk

Released
February 18, 2014

Recorded
2013 at
June Audio Recording Studios
(Provo, Utah, United States)

Genre
alt rock, indie folk, baroque pop

Producer
Nate Pyfer

Parlor Hawk chronology

Hoarse & Roaring
(2010)
Parlor Hawk
(2014)

Professional ratings

Review scores

Source
Rating

Daily Herald[1]
(very favorable)

SLUG Magazine[2]
(very favorable)

Parlor Hawk is the second full-length eponymous album by indie rock band Parlor Hawk. It was released on February 18, 2014.[3] The album was produced by GRAMMY nominated composer and friend Nate Pyfer (Kaskade, The Moth & the Flame). It was mixed by Scott Wiley (Elvis Costello, Neon Trees) and mastered by Joe Lambert (The National, Local Natives, Animal Collective).

Contents

1 Media use
2 Music video(s)
3 Track listing
4 Personnel
5 References

Media use[edit]
Tracks “Better Gone” and “We Better Run” featured in the Sons of Anarchy (season 6) season finale.[4] Track “Scars” featured in the Switched at Birth (season 3) episode “The Scream”.[5] Track “Silhouette” featured on Teen Mom 2 (2014). NoiseTrade featured the album the week of March 25, 2014.[6]
Music video(s)[edit]
The “Maryanne” music video debuted on August 30, 2013.[7] It was directed by Jonathan Frey and filmed on a Cannon 5D Mark II. The video centers on a man and the widow of his recently deceased brother. The song is about losing a loved one and learning to cope with the people you still have as evidenced by the lyrics “Maryanne, please take my hand, though it is hard for you and I don’t understand.”[8]
Track listing[edit]
All tracks written by Parlor Hawk except as noted.

No.
Title
Writer(s)
Length

1.
“Blue Moon”  
Parlor Hawk
3:03

2.
“Broken Home”  
Parlor Hawk
3:23

3.
“Better Gone”  
Parlor Hawk, Nate Pyfer
3:41

4.
“Maryanne”  
Parlor Hawk
3:04

5.
“Save Me”  
Parlor Hawk
2:09

6.
“Silhouette”  
Parlor Hawk
3:21

7.
“Scars”  
Parlor Hawk
2:32

8.
“We Better Run”  
Parlor Hawk
3:15

9.
“The Wind”  
Parlor Hawk
3:42

10.
“Dreams”  
Parlor Hawk
1:48

11.
“Wherever I Come From”  
Parlor Hawk
3:10

Personnel[edit]

Parlor Hawk

Andrew Clifford Capener– vocals, rhythm guitar
TJ Nockleby– guitar
Andrew Dyer– bass
Mark Garbett– piano, additional vocals
Jay Tibbitts– drums

References[edit]

^ “Cool name! Cool band! Cool album!”. Heraldextra.com. 2013-09-12. Retrieved 2013-09-29
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Jir Mahalleh

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Jir Mahalleh (Persian: جيرمحله‎‎) may refer to:

Jir Mahalleh, Shaft
Jir Mahalleh, Sowme’eh Sara

This disambiguation page lists articles about distinct geographical locations with the same name.
If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

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Maazel

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Maazel is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Fiona Maazel (born 1975), American writer, daughter of Lorin Maazel
Lorin Maazel (1930–2014), American conductor, violinist and composer

See also[edit]

Mazel, a surname

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2012–13 Brunei Super League

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Brunei Super League

Season
2012–13

Champions
Indera FC

2013-14 →

The 2012–13 Brunei Super League was the first season of the Brunei Super League. It was organized by the National Football Association of Brunei Darussalam and sponsored by DST Group.

Contents

1 Teams
2 League standings
3 Results
4 References
5 External links

Teams[edit]

LLRC FT
QAF FC (Brunei-Muara)
Jerudong FC (Brunei-Muara)
Indera FC (Brunei-Muara)
MS ABDB (Tutong)
Majra United FC (Brunei-Muara)
Kilanas FC (Berakas)
MS PDB
Wijaya FC (Brunei-Muara)
Najip FC

League standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation

1
Indera FC
9
7
1
1
45
12
+33
22

2
MS ABDB
9
7
1
1
30
7
+23
22

3
Majra United FC
9
5
4
0
21
12
+9
19

4
QAF FC
9
5
1
3
25
17
+8
16

5
MS PDB
9
5
1
3
24
17
+7
16

6
LLRC FT
9
4
1
4
19
21
−2
13

7
Wijaya FC
9
3
1
5
21
23
−2
10

8
Jerudong FC
9
1
3
5
17
17
0
6

9
Kilanas FC
9
1
1
7
19
30
−11
4

10
Najip FC
9
0
0
9
11
76
−65
0

Updated to games played on 9 March 2013.
Source: Soccerway
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.
Results[edit]

This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. (March 2013)

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Brunei 2012/13, RSSSF.com
DST Group Brunei Premier League, FIFA.com

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New York Stem Cell Foundation

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The New York Stem Cell Foundation (NYSCF)[1] is an American 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, founded in the Spring of 2005, with the mission “accelerating cures for the major diseases of our time through stem cell research.”[1] NYSCF established the first privately funded stem cell laboratory in New York City, where NYSCF researchers and scientific collaborators conduct advanced stem cell investigations. The foundation supports stem cell scientists through the NYSCF Innovator Program, and it engages the academic, medical, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology communities by hosting the annual translational stem cell research conference and other symposia throughout the year. NYSCF aims to educate the public on the importance of stem cell research in new therapies.
The foundation focuses on three areas:

NYSCF Research and Laboratory[2] – Supports non-government funded advanced stem cell research, in the NYSCF Research Institute laboratory and through collaborations with medical research institutions worldwide.
NYSCF Innovator Program[3] – Intends to support and train “the next generation of scientists,” at the postdoctoral level as Fellows or as Investigators, pursuing innovative work that translates research into cures. NYSCF awards an annual prize to honor the most significant achievement in translational stem cell research.
NYSCF Conference and Symposia[4] – Convenes the annual translational stem cell research conference and on-going programs for scientists, policymakers and the public.

Susan L. Solomon is the CEO, and Kevin Eggan serves as the Chief Scientific Officer.[5]

Contents

1 History
2 The NYSCF Research Institute

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Wang Jiarui

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Wang Jiarui

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Head of the International Liaison Department of the Communist Party of China

In office
March 2003 – November 2015

Preceded by
Dai Bingguo

Succeeded by
Song Tao

Personal details

Born
September 1949 (age 67)
Qinhuangdao, Hebei

Political party
Communist Party of China

Alma mater
Shanghai Maritime University

This is a Chinese name; the family name is Wang.
Wang Jiarui (Chinese: 王家瑞; born September 1949) is a Chinese politician and senior diplomat, currently serving as the Vice Chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.[1] He served as director of the International Liaison Department of the Communist Party of China from 2003 to 2015.[2] He traveled to Pyongyang to meet with leaders regarding diplomatic issues of the Korean peninsula.[3][4]
Biography[edit]
Born in Qinhuangdao, Hebei, Wang started working in June 1970, and joined the Communist Party of China in October 1973. From June 1970 to April 1972, he was a postman and accountant at a Changchun post office in Jilin. From April 1972 to October 1973 he studied international post English at the ocean department of Shanghai Maritime University. He then returned to Changchun and served as a specialist of international mail. He was promoted in April 1974 to vice section chief of the post office. From September 1976 to April 1978, he worked in the Jilin provincial bureau of post and telecommunications management, in charge of post business. In April 1978, he became the vice section chief of newspaper issuing at the bureau. In November 1980, he became the vice section chief of posts in that bureau. He was appointed to be the vice head of the Changchun postal bureau in April 1982.
In October 1985, Wang entered the national Ministry of Post and Telecommunications and became vice director and later, director of the bureau of newspaper issuing. During that time, from September 1983 to July 1987, he simultaneously completed a degree at Jilin University, majoring in national economic management. In July 1992, he was elevated to the position of vice director of the business bureau of
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Halifax West (provincial electoral district)

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Halifax West was a provincial electoral district in Nova Scotia, Canada, that elected one member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly. It existed from 1933 to 1967.
References[edit]

Elections Nova Scotia – Summary Results from 1867 to 2011 (PDF)

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Annapolis
Antigonish
Argyle-Barrington
Bedford-Birch Cove
Cape Breton Centre
Cape Breton-Richmond
Chester-St. Margaret’s
Clare-Digby
Clayton Park West
Colchester-Musquodoboit Valley
Colchester North
Cole Harbour-Eastern Passage
Cole Harbour-Portland Valley
Cumberland North
Cumberland South
Dartmouth East
Dartmouth North
Dartmouth South
Eastern Shore
Fairview-Clayton Park
Glace Bay
Guysborough–Eastern Shore–Tracadie
Halifax Armdale
Halifax Atlantic
Halifax Chebucto
Halifax Citadel-Sable Island
Halifax Needham
Hammonds Plains-Lucasville
Hants East
Hants West
Inverness
Kings North
Kings South
Kings West
Lunenburg
Lunenburg West
Northside-Westmount
Pictou Centre
Pictou East
Pictou West
Preston-Dartmouth
Queens-Shelburne
Sackville-Beaver Bank
Sackville-Cobequid
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Sydney-Whitney Pier
Timberlea-Prospect
Truro-Bible Hill-Millbrook-Salmon River
Victoria-The Lakes
Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank
Yarmouth

Historic

to 2013:

Argyle
Cape Breton North
Cape Breton Nova
Cape Breton South
Cape Breton West
Clare
Cole Harbour
Dartmouth South-Portland Valley
Digby-Annapolis
Guysborough-Sheet Harbour
Halifax Clayton Park
Halifax Fairview
Hammonds Plains-Upper Sackville
Preston
Queens
Richmond
Shelburne
Truro-Bible Hill

to 2003:

Bedford-Fall River
Cape Breton East
Cape Breton The Lakes
Dartmouth South
Dartmouth-Cole Harbour
Halifax Bedford Basin
Sackville-Beaver Bank
Victoria

to 1993:

Annapolis East
Annapolis West
Colchester South
Cumberland Centre
Cumberland East
Cumberland West
Digby
Guysborough
Halifax Cornwallis
Halifax Eastern Shore
Halifax St. Margarets
Inverness North
Inverness South
Lunenburg Centre
Lunenburg East
Sackville

to 1978:

Colchester
Halifax Cobequid

to 1967:

Halifax Centre
Halifax County Dartmouth
Halifax East
Halifax North
Halifax Northwest
Halifax South
Halifax West

to 1956:

Kings

to 1949:

Cumberland
Hants
Pictou

to 1933:

Halifax
Richmond and Cape Breton West

to 1925:

Cape Breton

See also: 2013 election
List of elections
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