Gedikaltı, Nazilli

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Gedikaltı, Nazilli

Village

Country
 Turkey

Province
Aydın Province

District
Nazilli

Population (2010)

 • Total
241

Time zone
EET (UTC+2)

 • Summer (DST)
EEST (UTC+3)

Gedikaltı, Nazilli is a village in the District of Nazilli, Aydın Province, Turkey. As of 2010 it had a population of 241 people.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Population of city, towns and villages – 2010”. Turkish Statistical Institute. Archived from the original on April 25, 2012. Retrieved 10 August 2012. 

Coordinates: 37°59′N 28°23′E / 37.983°N 28.383°E / 37.983; 28.383

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Enodia anthedon

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Northern Pearly-eye

Dorsal view

Ventral view

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Arthropoda

Class:
Insecta

Order:
Lepidoptera

Family:
Nymphalidae

Genus:
Enodia

Species:
E. anthedon

Binomial name

Enodia anthedon
A. H. Clark, 1936[1]

The Northern Pearly-eye (Enodia anthedon) is a species of Satyrinae that occurs in North America,[2] where it is found from central Saskatchewan and eastern Nebraska east to Nova Scotia, south to central Alabama and Mississippi.[3]

Larva

The wingspan is 43–67 mm.[3][4] The upperside is brown with dark eyespots and the underside is brown. Adults feed on dung, fungi, carrion and sap from willows, poplars, and birches.
The larvae feed on various grasses, including Leersia virginica, Erianthus species, Muhlenbergia sp., Bearded Shortgrass (Brachyelytrum erectum), Uniola latifolia, Bottlebrush Grass (Hystrix patula), and False Melic Grass (Schizachne purpurascens).[4] The host plants of a northern population include sedges (Carex species). [5]

The species overwinters in the larval stage
Subspecies[edit]

Enodia anthedon anthedon
Enodia anthedon borealis Clark, 1936 (Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Maine)

Similar species[edit]

Satyrodes appalachia (R. L. Chermock, 1947) – Appalachian Brown
Satyrodes eurydice (Linnaeus, 1763) – Eyed Brown

References[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Enodia anthedon.

^ “BMNA Species Detail Northern Pearly Eye”. Retrieved 2009-05-19. 
^ “Species Enodia anthedon – Northern Pearly-Eye – BugGuide.net”. Retrieved 2008-11-20. 
^ a b Enodia anthedon, Butterflies and Moths of North America
^ a b Northern Pearly-eye, Butterflies of Canada
^ Larval host plants of Enodia anthedon … , The Taxonomic Report, Vol 7 No 6, 2014.

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Norman Perrin

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Norman Perrin

Born
29 November 1920
Wellingborough, Northants., England

Died
25 November 1976
Park Forest, Illinois, United States

Fields
Theology
New Testament

Institutions
University of Chicago

Alma mater
University of London
University of Göttingen

Doctoral students
Vernon K. Robbins

Norman Perrin (29 November 1920–25 November 1976) was an English-born, American biblical scholar at the University of Chicago. Perrin specialized in the study of the New Testament, and was internationally known for his work on the teaching of Jesus, as well as on the Redaction Criticism of the New Testament.
Perrin was born in Wellingborough, Northants., England, and served from 1940-1945, during the Second World War, in the Royal Air Force. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree (in theology) in 1949 from the Victoria University of Manchester. In 1952, he earned a Bachelor of Divinity degree (with honours), and in 1956 a Master of Theology (in Greek New Testament and apocryphal studies), both from the University of London. Perrin was granted his Doctorate of Theology from the University of Göttingen in 1959. From 1959 to 1964, he taught New Testament at the Candler School of Theology, Emory University, and from 1964 until his death in 1976 at the Divinity School of the University of Chicago. Perrin served as president of the Chicago Society of Biblical Research in 1972-1973, and as president of the Society of Biblical Literature in 1973.

Contents

1 Select Publications
2 Literature
3 References
4 External links

Select Publications[edit]

The Kingdom of God in the Teaching of Jesus (Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1963).
Rediscovering the Teaching of Jesus (New York: Harper & Row, 1967).
The Promise of Bultmann (New York: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1969).
What is Redaction Criticism? (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1969).
A Modern Pilgrimage in New Testament Christology (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1974).
The New Testament: An Introduction: Proclamation and Parenesis, Myth and History (Harcourt College Pub., 1974).
Jesus and the Language of the Kingdom: Symbol and Metaphor in New Testament Interpretation (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1976).
The Resurrection according to Matthew, Mark, and Luke (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1977).

Literature[edit]

The Journal of Religion 64 (1984), Norman Perrin 1920-1976; includes a previously unpublished essay by Perrin and academic tributes by colleagues.
David Abernathy, Understanding the Teaching of Jesu

Portfolio: An Intercontinental Quarterly

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Portfolio: An Intercontinental Quarterly

Five of the six covers showing the folios used to publish the loose sheets contained in each issue.

Editor
Caresse Crosby

Categories
Folio

Frequency
Biannual

Circulation
1000

First issue
Spring 1945

Final issue
— Number
Summer 1947
VI

Company
Black Sun Press

Country
United States

Based in
Washington, D.C.

Language
English

Portfolio: An Intercontinental Quarterly was a cross-disciplinary literary journal published between 1945 and 1947. It was edited by Caresse Crosby and published through her Black Sun Press. Only six issues were published, each totaling about 1000 copies. Each issue was a series of loose sheets contained in a folio, lavishly illustrated, and printed in limited numbers. Contributors included many avant-garde authors, architects, photographers, and illustrators who were prominent in their respective fields, including individuals like Albert Camus (who contributed “Letter to a German Friend,” his first appearance in an English-language publication),[1] architect Luigi Moretti,[2] artist Pablo Picasso,[1] and photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, along with emerging writers like Charles Bukowski.[3] It introduced American readers to many authors who later became famous.[4]

Contents

1 Origins and purpose
2 Publishing format
3 International publication

3.1 Portfolio I
3.2 Portfolio II
3.3 Portfolio III
3.4 Portfolio IV
3.5 Portfolio V
3.6 Portfolio VI

4 Ceases publication
5 Current value
6 References
7 Additional reading

Origins and purpose[edit]
Caresse Crosby, a long-time patron of the arts, originally published with her husband Harry Crosby through the Black Sun Press a number of emerging writers during the 1920s and 1930s in Paris. After his suicide in December 1929, she continued their work, though less actively. The press stopped active publishing when World War II intervened and Crosby left Paris for the United States.
Towards the end of World War II, Harry T. Moore encouraged her to start a new cultural magazine,[4] which she titled Portfolio with the desire to present to the public “lively and varied examples of work by modern artists.” Each issue contained prose, poetry, prints and plans. She hoped to initiate an “exchange of thought between America and Europe” and to carry forth “a new expression of man’s aspirations.”[5] She followed in the tradition of the original literary journal transition, which her husband Harry Crosby had edited. She hoped that arti

Cameron Bancroft

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This article is about the actor. For the cricketer, see Cameron Bancroft (cricketer).

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Cameron Bancroft

Born
(1967-05-17) May 17, 1967 (age 49)
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Nationality
Canadian

Years active
1986–present

Spouse(s)
? (1999–present)

Children
2

Cameron Bancroft (born May 17, 1967), sometimes credited as Cam Bancroft, is a Canadian television actor from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Early life[edit]
He studied acting at the California Institute of the Arts, from the late eighties/early nineties. Bancroft is an alumnus of Handsworth Secondary School.
Career[edit]
He is best known for playing Joe Bradley on the television series Beverly Hills, 90210. He was on the show from 1995 to 1996, and in the same year played Astronaut Zeke Beaumont in the MTM/Fox TV series The Cape.
He played the male leading role in Code Name: Eternity in 1999–2000.
In 2005, Bancroft guest starred in Season 4 of the hit TV series 24. He played field agent Lee Castle in 9 episodes.
Bancroft has also made numerous guest appearances on several television series. In 2005, he starred as Charles Ingalls in the television miniseries, Little House on the Prairie. He also played the demon Cryto in the Charmed Season 2 episode, “How to Make a Quilt Out of Americans”.
In 2012, for the entirety of the 2nd season of the Blackstone Bancroft portrayed the role of Dr. Kurt Ellis a doctor that treats the Blackstone reservation and has an affair with Debbie Fraser.
In Supernatural Season 7 (2011), he played the role of Dr. Gaines who was taken over by a Leviathan. He appeared in three episodes as this murderous doctor.
In 2013 he played Ben, a star widower in Garage Sale Mystery.
In 2014, he played Spencer in The Town that Came A-Courtin’. He played a supporting role in several episodes of the Canadian TV series, “The Beachcombers”

External links[edit]

Cameron Bancroft at the Internet Movie Database

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WorldCat Identities
VIAF: 24810215
ISNI: 0000 0001 1469 3651
SUDOC: 162544138
BNF:

Ubaldo Soddu

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Ubaldo Soddu (23 July 1883 – 20 July 1949) was an Italian military officer, who commanded the Italian Forces in the Greco-Italian War for a month.
Soddu was born in Salerno. From 1939–1940, Soddu was under-secretary at the Ministry of War. In November 1940 he was sent to Albania to take over command of the Italian Forces from General Sebastiano Visconti Prasca and then sacked and replaced by the Chief of the General staff Ugo Cavallero four weeks later.

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Greece during World War II

1940–41 Balkan Campaign
Occupation and Resistance
Greek government-in-exile

Greco-Italian War

Battles
Pindus
Elaia–Kalamas
Korytsa/Korcë
Saranda
Morava–Ivan
Himara
Klisura Pass
Trebeshina
Italian Spring Offensive
Hill 731

Commanders

 Greece
Ioannis Metaxas
Alexander Papagos
Charalambos Katsimitros
Konstantinos Davakis
Ioannis Pitsikas
Dimitrios Papadopoulos
Georgios Kosmas

Italy
Benito Mussolini
Sebastiano Visconti Prasca
Ubaldo Soddu
Ugo Cavallero
Carlo Geloso

German invasion

Battles
Metaxas Line
Vevi
Kleisoura Pass
Thermopylae
Crete

Commanders

 Greece
Alexander Papagos
Georgios Tsolakoglou

British Empire & Commonwealth
Henry Maitland Wilson
Thomas Blamey
Bernard Freyberg

Germany
Wilhelm List
Kurt Student

Occupying powers

Authorities/People

Germany
Günther Altenburg
Hermann Neubacher
Walter Schimana
Alexander Löhr
Hellmuth Felmy
Friedrich-Wilhelm Müller
Alexander Andrae
Bruno Bräuer
Max Merten

Italy
Angelico Carta
Pellegrino Ghigi
Carlo Geloso
Piero Parini

Bulgaria
Andon Kalchev

Atrocities
Kondomari
Kandanos
Alikianos
Doxato
Kommeno
Kalavryta
Lyngiades
Distomo
Domenikon
Drakeia
Cephalonia
Mesovouno
Pyrgoi
Viannos
Anogeia
Kedros
Kleisoura
Haidari concentration camp
200 of Kaisariani
Chortiatis
The Holocaust in Greece
Great Famine

Collaborators

People
Georgios Tsolakoglou
K. Logothetopoulos
Ioannis Rallis
Georgios Poulos
George S. Mercouris
Ioannis Plytzanopoulos
Sotirios Gotzamanis

Organizations
Collaborationist government
Security Battalions
ESPO
EEE
Greek National Socialist Party

Secessionists
Vlach “Roman Legion”
Ohrana
Cham collaboration (Këshilla)

Atrocities
Paramythia
Kaisariani
Kokkinia

National Liberation Front (EAM)

People
Aris Velouch

Langar-e Jadid

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Langar-e Jadid
لنگرجديد

village

Langar-e Jadid

Coordinates: 31°56′18″N 48°51′34″E / 31.93833°N 48.85944°E / 31.93833; 48.85944Coordinates: 31°56′18″N 48°51′34″E / 31.93833°N 48.85944°E / 31.93833; 48.85944

Country
 Iran

Province
Khuzestan

County
Shushtar

Bakhsh
Central

Rural District
Miyan Ab-e Shomali

Population (2006)

 • Total
818

Time zone
IRST (UTC+3:30)

 • Summer (DST)
IRDT (UTC+4:30)

Langar-e Jadid (Persian: لنگرجديد‎‎, also Romanized as Langar-e Jadīd; also known as Langar and Longor)[1] is a village in Miyan Ab-e Shomali Rural District, in the Central District of Shushtar County, Khuzestan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 818, in 177 families.[2]
References[edit]

^ Langar-e Jadid can be found at GEOnet Names Server, at this link, by opening the Advanced Search box, entering “-3073206” in the “Unique Feature Id” form, and clicking on “Search Database”.
^ “Census of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 1385 (2006)”. Islamic Republic of Iran. Archived from the original (Excel) on 2011-11-11. 

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Shushtar County

Capital

Shushtar

Districts

Central

Cities

Shushtar

Rural Districts
and villages

Miyan Ab

Abu Amud
Alleh-ye Band-e Qir
Alleh-ye Hajj Abdol Ali
Anayeh
Arab Asad
Arab Hasan
Band-e Qir
Bastiyeh
Bokeysheh
Deylam
Deylam-e Jadid
Dolfiyeh
Fayyazabad
Hajj Khassaf
Mahdiyeh
Manhush
Mochriyeh
Naqishiat-e Do
Naqishiat-e Yek
Qaleh-ye Khan
Sabzi
Sarimeh
Shoqarij-e Olya
Shoqarij-e Sofla
Someydeh
Valiabad
Zabari-ye Do
Zabari-ye Yek
Zohuabad

Miyan Ab-e Shomali
(North Miyan Ab)

Abbasabad
Aqa Bagi
Chahar Gaveh
Gavmishabad
Gavmishabad-e Sheykh Hosun
Ghalim
Hesamabad
Konar Pir
Langar-e Jadid
Langar-e Qadim
Mehdiabad
Nasir
Qaleh-ye Abd ol Hoseyn
Qaleh-ye Hajj Mohammad Hoseyn
Qol Rumzi
Seh Boneh
Seh Boneh-ye Olya
Shahrak-e Alam ol Hoda
Shahrak-e Nur Mohammadi
Shalili-ye Bozorg
Shalili-ye Kuchek
Sufan-e Olya
Sufan-e Sofla
Tabati
Yabareh
Yasarat

Sardarabad

Ab Garmak-e Olya
Ab Garmak-e Sofla
Boneh-ye Azim
Galleh Gah
Karun Agroindustry
Kuleh Jaz
Mission Camp, Sardarabad
Qerqereh-ye Malaki
Sardarabad
Shahrak-e Askan Ashayr
Shahrak-e Shahid Beheshti
Shahrak-e Shahid Falahi
Shahrak-e Shahid Sharaft

Shahid Modarres

Ab Gonji
Abgah
Bahramabad
Bardemil
Beh Bid
Chahar Bisheh
Chal Baraftab
Cham Faraj
Cham Konar
Darkhazineh
Garab
Ghafel
Ghan

John Stokes (Medal of Honor)

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John S. Stokes

Stokes’ headstone in Arlington National Cemetery

Born
(1871-06-12)June 12, 1871
New York City, New York

Died
February 14, 1923(1923-02-14) (aged 51)

Place of burial
Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia

Allegiance
United States of America

Service/branch
United States Navy

Rank
Boatswain

Unit
USS New York

Awards
Medal of Honor

John S. Stokes was a Chief Master-at-Arms in the United States Navy and a Medal of Honor recipient.
He was born in New York on June 12, 1871. He enlisted in the Navy and had risen to the rank of chief master-at-arms when, on March 31, 1899, on board the armored cruiser USS New York he jumped overboard to assist in the rescue of a fellow sailor who was in danger of drowning. For this action he was awarded the Medal of Honor on July 29, 1899.
He was appointed to the warrant officer rank of boatswain on January 31, 1907 and retired from the Navy on July 26, 1911. He spent the last years of his life at the US Navy Treatment Hospital in Washington, D.C.
He died on February 14, 1923 and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia. His grave can be found in section 17, lot 20184.
Medal of Honor citation[edit]
Rank and organization: Chief Master-at-Arms, U.S. Navy. Born: 12 June 1871, New York, N.Y. Accredited to: New York. G.O. No.: 525 29 July 1899.
Citation:

On board the U.S.S. New York off the coast of Jamaica, 31 March 1899. Showing gallant conduct, Stokes jumped overboard and assisted in the rescue of Peter Mahoney, watertender, U.S. Navy.

See also[edit]

Biography portal
United States Navy portal

List of Medal of Honor recipients during peacetime

References[edit]

 This article incorporates public domain material from websites or documents of the United States Army Center of Military History.

“John Stokes”. Claim to Fame: Medal of Honor recipients. Find a Grave. Retrieved 2009-05-22. 
“”JOHN STOKES” entry”. Medal of Honor recipients: Philippine-American War. United States Army Center of Military History. June 8, 2009. Retrieved 2008-05-22. 
“Arlington National Cemetery biography”. Retrieved September 29, 2010. 

Phil Boutelje

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Phil Boutelje (6 August 1895 in Philadelphia – 29 July 1979 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles)[1] was an American pianist, songwriter, composer, author and conductor.

Contents

1 Biography
2 Musical contributions
3 Later life
4 References

Biography[edit]
Boutelje received specialized music training at the Philadelphia Music Academy. He was a military bandmaster during World War I. Returning to civilian life, he played piano for several jazz groups, including Nick Lucas in 1922[2] and Paul Whiteman. He later arranged music for the Whiteman orchestra. By the early 1930s he had been lured to Hollywood, becoming music director for Paramount Pictures and United Artists.[3]
Musical contributions[edit]
Boutelje composed considerable music for film soundtracks, not always receiving credit for his contributions. However, during his career he received two Academy Award nominations for his film contributions (in 1939 for The Great Victor Herbert, with Arthur Lange,[4] and in 1943 for Hi Diddle Diddle).[5]
Boutelje became a member of ASCAP in 1930. His chief musical collaborators included Ned Washington, Dick Winfree, Harry Tobias, Rubey Cowan, Foster Carling and Al Dubin. His song compositions include “China Boy”, “Blue Dawn”, “Star of Hope”, “Little Doll”, “The Man With the Big Sombrero”, “Teton Mountain Stomp”, “I Loved You Too Little”, “I Love You, Believe Me I Love You”, “Hippy Happy Henny”, “Monna Vanna”, and “Lonesome”.
Later life[edit]
In 1975 Boutelje married actress Babe London, whom he met after both retired to the Motion Picture Country Home at Woodland Hills, California. The Bouteljes lived their final years at the home, and he died there in 1979.
References[edit]

^ [1] Phil Boutelje (at Internet Movie Database)
^ [2] Phil Boutelje – Piano on the Nick Lucas website
^ The film score contributions credited to Boutelje at the Internet Movie Database begin in 1931 and run to 2009
^ [3] Official Academy website database
^ IMDB.com

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WorldCat Identities
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LCCN: n87911792
ISNI: 0000 0000 5955 1449
SUDOC: 117893366
BNF: cb137891017 (data)

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2015 Etixx–Quick-Step season

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Etixx–Quick-Step

2015 season

UCI code
EQS

Status
UCI ProTeam

Manager
Patrick Lefevere

Main sponsor(s)
Etixx & Quick Step

Based
Belgium

Bicycles
Specialized

Groupset
Shimano

Season victories

One-day races
12

Stage race overall
6

Stage race stages
30

National Championships
4

← 2014
2016 →

The 2015 season for Etixx–Quick-Step began in January at the Tour de San Luis. As a UCI WorldTeam, they were automatically invited and obliged to send a squad to every event in the UCI World Tour.

2015 roster[edit]

As of 1 January 2015.

Rider
Date of birth

 Julian Alaphilippe (FRA)
(1992-06-11)11 June 1992 (aged 22)

 Tom Boonen (BEL)
(1980-10-15)15 October 1980 (aged 34)

 Maxime Bouet (FRA)
(1986-11-03)3 November 1986 (aged 28)

 Gianluca Brambilla (ITA)
(1987-08-22)22 August 1987 (aged 27)

 Mark Cavendish (GBR)
(1985-05-21)21 May 1985 (aged 29)

 David de la Cruz (ESP)
(1989-05-06)6 May 1989 (aged 25)

 Michał Gołaś (POL)
(1984-09-29)29 September 1984 (aged 30)

 Iljo Keisse (BEL)
(1982-12-21)21 December 1982 (aged 32)

 Michał Kwiatkowski (POL)
(1990-06-02)2 June 1990 (aged 24)

 Yves Lampaert (BEL)
(1991-04-10)10 April 1991 (aged 23)

 Nikolas Maes (BEL)
(1986-04-09)9 April 1986 (aged 28)

 Tony Martin (GER)
(1985-04-23)23 April 1985 (aged 29)

 Gianni Meersman (BEL)
(1985-12-05)5 December 1985 (aged 29)

 Mark Renshaw (AUS)
(1982-10-22)22 October 1982 (aged 32)

Rider
Date of birth

 Fabio Sabatini (ITA)
(1985-02-10)10 February 1985 (aged 29)

 Pieter Serry (BEL)
(1988-11-21)21 November 1988 (aged 26)

 Zdeněk Štybar (CZE)
(1985-12-11)11 December 1985 (aged 29)

 Niki Terpstra (NED)
(1984-05-18)18 May 1984 (aged 30)

 Matteo Trentin (ITA)
(1989-08-02)2 August 1989 (aged 25)

 Rigoberto Urán (COL)
(1987-01-26)26 January 1987 (aged 27)

 Petr Vakoč (CZE)
(1992-07-11)11 July 1992 (aged 22)

 Guillaume Van Keirsbulck (BEL)
(1991-02-14)14 February 1991 (aged 23)

 Stijn Vandenbergh (BEL)
(1984-04-25)25 April 1984 (aged 30)

 Martin Velits (SVK)
(1985-02-21)21 February 1985 (aged 29)

 Julien Vermote (BEL)
(1989-07-26)26 July 1989 (aged 25)

 Carlos Verona (ESP)
(1992-11-04)4 November 1992 (