Pointe-aux-Anglais

Pointe-aux-Anglais is a community in the city of Port-Cartier, Quebec, Canada, located halfway between Sept-Îles and Baie-Comeau (232 km), and some 80 kilometres (50 mi) from the town centre of Port-Cartier itself.
The “Stations of the cross” in the village church were sculpted by Médard Bourgault, an artist from Saint-Jean-Port-Joli.
In 1711, a large fleet commanded by Admiral Walker was sent from England to take Quebec. However, due to fog on the St. Lawrence, the British ships ran aground on the lle-aux-Oeufs reefs kurtki bogner. The point of land just across the reefs was thereby named Pointe-aux-Anglais, in honour of the ill-fated expedition. Eight ships went down with more than 900 men kurtki bogner; the disaster was at the time one of the worst naval disasters in British history. It comprises the sectors of Pointe-aux-Anglais and Rivière-Pentecôte. In Pointe-aux-Anglais, the ecomuseum explains how the English failed to attack the area in 1711 kurtki bogner.
Coordinates: 49°40′38″N 67°10′05″W / 49.67722°N 67.16806°W / 49 kurtki bogner.67722; -67.16806

Fallen Hero

The Fallen Hero is the twenty-third aired episode (production #123) of the television series Star Trek: Enterprise.
Captain Archer is ordered to transport Vulcan Ambassador V’Lar from a planet where her integrity has been called into question.
After ten months without a break, Sub-Commander T’Pol notes efficiency on board Enterprise is down, and suggests shore leave on Risa. Captain Archer agrees. En route, however, Archer receives a transmission from Admiral Forrest, informing him of a Vulcan Ambassador in need of extradition. With the closest Vulcan starship over a week away Enterprise is ordered to retrieve and deliver her to the Vulcan cruiser Sh’Raan.
Arriving at Mazar, Archer and T’Pol are surprised to hear the Ambassador has been expelled for abuse of her position. Archer is called to the bridge and speaks to a Mazarite captain who requests that V’Lar be returned for further questioning. He stalls for time to contact Starfleet, but the Mazarite ship opens fire. During the battle, the aft phase cannons disable the enemy ship’s engines jack wolfskin, allowing Enterprise to escape. Confronting V’Lar, Archer finds her unwilling to reveal more, stating that it is a matter for Vulcan High Command only herve leger. Archer then orders Ensign Mayweather to set a course to return to Mazar.
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, T’Pol persuades Archer to continue the rendezvous with the Sh’Raan, but Enterprise immediately comes under attack from three Mazarite ships. Archer opts for flight but even at Warp 4.9, the Mazarite ships still gain steadily. V’Lar suddenly confesses that her reputation was intentionally sullied to make the Mazarites believe she would no longer be a credible witness against corrupt officials. V’Lar offers to surrender herself for the safety of the crew longchamp sale, but Archer refuses. Stalling for time, Archer informs the Mazarites that V’Lar suffered injuries and is in critical condition, allowing them to board Enterprise. The Sh’Raan arrives and threatens to destroy the Mazarite ships unless they surrender immediately. At this point, Archer’s ruse is revealed, and V’Lar appears unharmed. A grateful V’Lar tells them that their bond of trust and friendship bodes well for future human-Vulcan relations.

Humphrey the Whale

Humphrey the Whale is a humpback whale which twice deviated from his Mexico to Alaska migration by entering San Francisco Bay. This behavior is unusual for a humpback whale, and Humphrey attracted wide media attention when entering the bay in both 1985 and 1990. Both of his bay incursions resulted in rescue by the Marine Mammal Center, based in Marin County, California, assisted by the United States Coast Guard and hundreds of other volunteers.
The last sighting of Humphrey was in the vicinity of the Farallon Islands in 1991.

The humpback whale is a mammal which belongs to the baleen whale suborder. An adult usually ranges between 12–16 m (39–52 ft) long and weighs approximately 36,000 kilograms (79,000 pounds), or 36 tonnes (40 short tons). It is well known for its breaching, its unusually long front fins, and its complex whale song. The humpback whale lives in oceans and seas around the world.
Humpback whales have by a stocky body with well defined humps and black upper elements. The head and lower jaw are covered with knobs called tubercles, which are actually hair follicles and are characteristic of the species. The tail flukes, which are lifted high in the dive sequence, have wavy rear edges

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Individual humpbacks have unique patterns on their long black and white tail fin and pectoral fins which allow scientists to positively identify them.
In 1985, a 40 feet (12 m) long humpback entered San Francisco Bay and was followed closely on the evening news by Bay Area television stations. After a few days in the bay, the whale, nicknamed Humphrey, swam up the Sacramento River into a freshwater habitat. The whale, first spotted at Oakland’s Outer Harbor October 10, 1985, swam up the Carquinez Strait, the Sacramento River and under the Rio Vista Bridge to a dead-end slough 69 miles (111 km) from the ocean.
Numerous attempts to coax him back to the ocean failed. Several weeks of being trapped in the fresh water of the Sacramento Delta brought signs of physical stress in the whale. His skin was graying and he was becoming more and more listless. None of the traditional herding techniques were working, and Humphrey appeared to be dying.
As a last-ditch effort to save the whale, Louis Herman, a researcher of humpback whales

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, postulated that it would be possible to lure it out by playing acoustic recordings of vocalization of a whales feeding ground. Dr. Bernie Krause, an acoustician, offered the recordings he had made of humpback whale feeding songs as a possible way to lure him out. However, to get the sounds into the water required a powerful speaker and amplification system that only the Navy was likely to have. Krause contacted Greg Pless who was in charge of the underwater acoustics research laboratory for the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, where one of the few high-power J-11 underwater transducers existed in the country. Pless and his colleague Dale Galarowicz quickly gained Navy permission and rushed the equipment to Rio Vista where Humphrey was last seen.
Early the next morning, the equipment was loaded onto the private yacht, Boot Legger, donated by its owner for the rescue effort. Directed to the location in the slough where Humphrey was last seen, the speaker was lowered over the side of the boat, the sounds were played, and Humphrey emerged from the water at the bow of the ship. The captain quickly started down the river with Humphrey close in tow. With the assistance of numerous fish and wildlife agencies 2016 perfumes dior, including the Army’s 481’st Transportation Company (Heavy Boat), the crew led him the many miles back down the Sacramento river, alternately playing and not playing the whale songs to keep his interest. Large numbers of spectators lined the banks of the river.
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. Though the crew lost sight of him that night, they picked him back up in the morning and led him out through the Golden Gate bridge into the Pacific Ocean on November 4, 1985, at 4:36 p.m. The town of Rio Vista later erected a granite marker at the harbor commemorating the event.
Humphrey stayed a considerable time in 1990 in the embayment immediately north of Sierra Point in Brisbane, California where occupants of the Dakin Building could observe his antics. Humphrey became beached on a mudflat in San Francisco Bay to the north of Sierra Point and to the south of Candlestick Park. He was extricated from the mudflat with a large cargo net and support from the Marine Mammal Center and a U.S. Coast Guard boat.
This time, he was successfully guided back to the Pacific Ocean using a “sound net” in which people in a flotilla of boats made unpleasant noises behind the whale by banging on steel pipes, a Japanese fishing technique known as “oikomi.” Simultaneously, the attractive sounds of humpback whales preparing to feed were broadcast from a boat headed towards the open ocean. Researchers Louis Herman and Bernie Krause led a team of scientists who used sound recordings of natural whale feeding vocalizations to guide Humphrey back to safety. These sounds were produced for a swimming trajectory of fifty miles (80 km) until Humphrey reached the Pacific Ocean sometimes attaining speeds of thirty miles per hour (48 km/h).
Humphrey has been seen only once since the second misadventure, at the Farallon Islands in 1991. A film Humphrey the Lost Whale was produced and opened at the Tybee Island Marine Science Center, Savannah, Georgia on September 24, 2005. MC Lars has a song entitled Humphrey the Whale on his album Radio Pet Fencing which repeats the lyrics “Humphrey the Whale should get GPS”.

Norton, Kansas

Norton is a city in, and the county seat of, Norton County Bogner Ski 2016, Kansas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 2,928.

Norton was founded in 1872. Like the county, it was named for Capt. Orloff Norton.
The first hotel was a log house, built in 1873.
One of the first recorded tornado pictures was taken in Norton, in 1909 by photographer, Will Keller.
Norton is located at 39°50′0″N 99°53′27″W / 39.83333°N 99.89083°W / 39.83333; -99.89083 (39.833338, -99.890899). According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 1.93 square miles (5.00 km2), all land. The city is situated on the north side of Prairie Dog Creek in Norton County. Before the Bureau of Reclamation constructed Keith Sebelius Lake in 1963, Norton was prone to frequent flooding. The construction of the Dam has since resolved the problem and created the current reservoir that sits 2.5 miles (4.0 km) southwest of Norton. The Nebraska border is located 11 miles (18 km) north of the city.
As of the census of 2010, there were 2,928 people, 1,290 households, and 763 families residing in the city. The population density was 1,517.1 inhabitants per square mile (585.8/km2). There were 1,465 housing units at an average density of 759.1 per square mile (293.1/km2). The racial makeup of the city was 96.8% White, 0.2% African American, 0.1% Native American, 0.4% Asian, 0.5% from other races, and 1.9% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 3.3% of the population.
There were 1,290 households of which 26.3% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 46.5% were married couples living together, 9.3% had a female householder with no husband present, 3.3% had a male householder with no wife present, and 40.9% were non-families. 36.1% of all households were made up of individuals and 18.3% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.20 and the average family size was 2.86.
The median age in the city was 44.8 years. 23.2% of residents were under the age of 18; 6.4% were between the ages of 18 and 24; 20.6% were from 25 to 44; 27.8% were from 45 to 64; and 22% were 65 years of age or older. The gender makeup of the city was 46.6% male and 53.4% female.
As of the census of 2000, there were 3,012 people, 1,331 households, and 814 families residing in the city. The population density was 1 Bogner Ski 2016,566.5 people per square mile (605.7/km²). There were 1,517 housing units at an average density of 789.0 per square mile (305.1/km²). The racial makeup of the city was 97.91% White, 0.40% Native American, 0.33% Asian, 0.03% African American, 0.03% Pacific Islander, 0.63% from other races, and 0.66% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 2.03% of the population.
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In the city the population was spread out with 24.5% under the age of 18, 5.3% from 18 to 24, 23.5% from 25 to 44, 22.1% from 45 to 64, and 24.6% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 43 years. For every 100 females there were 91.5 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 82.9 males.
The median income for a household in the city was $30,339, and the median income for a family was $36

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Norton is on the boundary of two climate zones, humid continental and semiarid. Temperatures can fluctuate drastically between the winter and summer seasons with average lows of 15 °F in January to average highs of 94 °F in July. Precipitation is relatively low with an average yearly rainfall of 21.1 inches. Snowfall throughout the year averages 25.1 inches (640 mm), however, because of its location on the high plains, snowfall totals can sometimes approach the yearly average after a single snowfall.
The Board of Education for the Unified School District #211, the Norton Community Schools, oversees the operation of four student attendance centers in the Community of Norton.[citation needed]
Eisenhower Elementary School Constructed in 1954 and added on to in 1966 and 1990, Eisenhower Elementary serves students in USD 211 in grades ECD through sixth grade. Full day, every day kindergarten is offered as is a full range of special education services. Grades ECD through four are taught in self-contained classrooms. Grades 5 & 6 are departmentalized for instruction in math, reading, science, language arts and computer technology. Each teacher also teaches social studies and spelling to their homeroom students.[citation needed]
Norton Junior High School Constructed in 1937 and extensively remodeled in 1984, Norton Junior High School serves the 120+ students in grades 7 & 8. In addition to required classes of math, language arts, physical education/ health, science and social studies each junior high student receives 3 semesters of instruction in computer technology and digital media production and one semester of technology exploration (robotics, pneumatics, electronics, etc.). Elective classes are offered in vocal music, instrumental music, art, wood working, and family and consumer sciences.[citation needed]
Norton Community High School Constructed in 1975 & 1977, NCHS is a 3A high school with an enrollment of 200+. A comprehensive high school, NCHS is able to offer instruction in the areas of calculus, physics, human anatomy, chemistry II and foreign language. In addition to the regular academic curriculum, NCHS offers fine arts and vocational training.[citation needed]
USD 211 Learning Center Opened in 2007 the USD 211 Learning Center operates from a main street store front. The USD 211 Learning Center is designed primarily to meet the needs of those who left high school without earning a diploma. Using a mostly computer based on-line curriculum, students are able to complete their credits for a high school diploma using a flexible schedule. Also, regular education students can use the Learning Center in order to remediate failed credits in the evenings and summer in order to be able to graduate on time.[citation needed]
The Norton Community High School Bluejays have won ten Kansas State High School Activities Association state championships in wrestling, including a state championship in 2010 and three consecutive Class 3-2-1A championships in 2004-6. Norton’s football team won back-to-back Class 4A state championships in 1985 and 1986, and finished as state runners-up in 1989. The girls basketball and boys basketball teams won state championships in 1983 and 2003, respectively, and have made numerous state tournament appearances. NCHS also boasts programs in girls tennis, girls volleyball, boys golf, cross country, and track and field.[citation needed]

Modal jazz

Modal jazz is jazz that uses musical modes rather than chord progressions as a harmonic framework. Originating in the late 1950s and 1960s, modal jazz is epitomized by Miles Davis’s 1958 composition “Milestones”, 1959 album Kind of Blue, and John Coltrane’s classic quartet from 1960–64. Other important performers include Woody Shaw, Bill Evans, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, McCoy Tyner, Larry Young, Pharoah Sanders, Joe Henderson, Chick Corea and Bobby Hutcherson. Though the term comes from the use of the pitches of particular modes (or scales) in the creation of solos, modal jazz compositions or accompaniments may only or additionally make use of the following techniques:[not in citation given]

An understanding of modal jazz requires knowledge of musical modes. In bebop as well as in hard bop, musicians use chords to provide the background for solos. A song starts out with a theme that introduces the chords for the solos. These chords repeat throughout the whole song, while the soloists play new, improvised themes over the repeated chord progression. By the 1950s, improvising over chords had become such a dominant part of jazz, that sidemen at recording dates were sometimes given nothing more than a list of chords to play from.
Mercer Ellington has stated that Juan Tizol conceived the melody to “Caravan” in 1936 as a result of his days studying music in Puerto Rico, where they couldn’t afford much sheet music so the teacher would turn the music upside down after they had learned to play it right-side up. This “inversion” technique led to a modal sound throughout Tizol’s work. Towards the end of the 1950s, spurred by the experiments of composer and bandleader George Russell, musicians began using a modal approach. They chose not to write their pieces using conventional chord changes, but instead using modal scales. Musicians employing this technique include Miles Davis, Freddie Hubbard, Bill Evans, Herbie Hancock, and Wayne Shorter.
Among the significant compositions of modal jazz were “So What” by Miles Davis and “Impressions” by John Coltrane. “So What” and “Impressions” follow the same AABA song form and were in D Dorian for the A sections and modulated a half step up to E-flat Dorian for the B section. The Dorian mode is the natural minor scale with a raised sixth. Other compositions include Davis’ “Flamenco Sketches”, Bill Evans’ “Peace Piece”, and Shorter’s “Footprints”.
Miles Davis recorded one of the best selling jazz albums of all time in this modal framework. Kind of Blue is an exploration of the possibilities of modal jazz. Included on these sessions was tenor saxophonist John Coltrane who 2016 dior kleding, throughout the 1960s, would explore the possibilities of modal improvisation more deeply than any other jazz artist. The rest of the musicians on the album were alto saxophonist Cannonball Adderley, pianists Bill Evans and Wynton Kelly (though never on the same piece), bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Jimmy Cobb. (Kelly, Chambers 2016 hermes schoenen, and Cobb would eventually form the Wynton Kelly Trio.) This record is considered a kind of test album in many conservatories focusing on jazz improvisation[citation needed]. The compositions “So What” and “All Blues” from Kind of Blue are considered contemporary jazz standards. Davis has acknowledged the crucial role played by Bill Evans, a former member of George Russell’s ensembles, in his transition from hard bop to modal playing.
While Davis’ explorations of modal jazz were sporadic throughout the 1960s—he would include several of the tunes from Kind of Blue in the repertoire of his “Second Great Quintet”—Coltrane would take the lead in extensively exploring the limits of modal improvisation and composition with his own classic quartet, featuring Elvin Jones (drums), McCoy Tyner (piano), and Reggie Workman and Jimmy Garrison (bass). Several of Coltrane’s albums from the period are recognized as seminal albums in jazz more broadly, but especially modal jazz: Giant Steps, Live! at the Village Vanguard (1961), Crescent (1964), A Love Supreme (1964), and Meditations (1965) 2016 dior kleding. Coltrane’s compositions from this period such as “India,” “Chasin’ the Trane,” “Crescent,” and “Impressions” have entered the jazz repertoire, along with his interpretations of standards like Richard Rodgers’ “My Favorite Things”, and the traditional “Greensleeves”.
Coltrane’s modal explorations gave rise to an entire generation of saxophonists (mostly playing tenor saxophone) that would then go on to further explore modal jazz (often in combination with jazz fusion), such as Michael Brecker, David Liebman 2016 dior schoenen, Steve Grossman, and Bob Berg.
Another great innovator in the field of modal jazz is pianist Herbie Hancock. He is well known for working in Miles Davis’s “Second Great Quintet”, Herbie Hancock recorded a number of solo albums, the fifth of which was Maiden Voyage (1965), two years after joining Miles’ band. On the title song of this album Hancock uses solely suspended chords that are played throughout the entire piece and played with a very open sound due to Hancock’s use of fourths in voicing the chords. The piece’s haunting repeating vamps in the rhythm section and the searching feeling of the entire piece has made “Maiden Voyage” one of the most famous modal pieces.
A true precursor to modal jazz was found in the hands of virtuoso jazz pianist, composer and trio innovator Ahmad Jamal whose early use of extended vamps (freezing the advance of the song at some point for repetition or interjecting new song fragments) allowed him to solo for long periods infusing that section of the song with fresh ideas and percussive effects over a repetitive drum and bass figuration. Miles Davis was effusive in his praise for Jamal’s influence on him, his playing, and his music: a perfect setup for the modal work that lay in Davis’s future.

Médiation pénale

La médiation pénale est une mesure alternative aux poursuites pénales. Elle relève de la décision du Procureur de la République et est la première mesure fondée sur le principe du plaider coupable.

La médiation pénale est une mesure alternative aux poursuites pénales, comme le rappel à la loi ou la mesure de réparation. En France, la médiation pénale a été institutionnalisée par la loi du 4 janvier 1993 et modifiée par la loi du 9 mars 2004.
Le médiateur (un officier de police judiciaire, un délégué ou un médiateur du procureur) tente de rapprocher les parties afin d’assurer la réparation du dommage subi par la victime, mettre fin au trouble résultant de l’infraction, et contribuer au reclassement de l’auteur des faits.
Seul le procureur peut la décider, avant toutes poursuites. Le médiateur agit comme un délégué du procureur, et, à ce titre, peut dresser et signer le procès-verbal qui est nommé réquisition selon le modèle présenté par le Ministère de la Justice, avec les parties. Ce procès verbal vaut jugement qui a force exécutoire.
Rappelons qu’il ne s’agit que de « petits » délits. La médiation suspend la prescription de l’action publique (article 41-1 du Code de procédure pénale).
La médiation pénale ne conduit pas à l’inscription de condamnation sur la casier judiciaire de l’auteur des faits.
Il s’agit donc de l’ancêtre juridique du plaider coupable ou la comparution sur reconnaissance préalable de culpabilité (CRPC) qui vise les délits punis jusqu’à cinq ans d’emprisonnement, mais dont le Procureur ne délègue pas la négociation et qui connaît la faveur du ministère public dans sa gestion des flux.
Appelé communément « Médiateur Pénal », parce qu’il intervient à la demande du Procureur de la République concernant des « petits délits », les textes (Art. 41.1 du Code de Procédure Pénal) le désignent plus précisément sous le nom de « médiateur du procureur de la République » (plus au sens de « porte paroles »).
Depuis sa mise en place, la médiation pénale est assurée par des retraités de la gendarmerie et de la police nationales et des associations, comme celles adhérentes aux fédérations nationales Citoyens et Justice, fédération nationale des associations socio-judiciaires, et l’INAVEM Institut National d’Aide aux Victimes et de Médiation. Toutefois, les textes prévoient que le médiateur peut être une personne physique, professionnel indépendant ou par une association issue du secteur socio-judiciaire.
Le taux de réussite de médiation pénale traitée en 2000 par les associations (142), était plutôt bas : 56 % (pour 58 % des affaires confiées, soit 19 382 sur 33 391) Voir document sur le site du Sénat
Le médiateur ou le délégué du procureur doivent satisfaire aux conditions suivantes :
Dans les affaires impliquant des mineurs, le délégué ou le médiateur du procureur doit en outre s’être signalé par l’intérêt qu’il porte aux questions de l’enfance.
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Playa Games

Die Playa Games GmbH ist ein Spieleentwickler und Betreiber von browserbasierten und mobilen Spielen mit Sitz in Hamburg bogner jacken 2016, Deutschland.
Die vom Entwickler betriebenen Spieletitel sind Shakes und Fidget, KickerStar (außerhalb Deutschlands: SoccerStar), Bloodmoon und Tiny Island. Für die Spiele haben sich insgesamt mehr als 50 Millionen Menschen angemeldet Billig Bogner Skijacke. Playa Games ist Publisher der eigenen Titel und vermarktet die Spiele selbst. Zu den Medienpartnern gehören in Deutschland unter anderem RTL, RTL2, Pro7, Kicker, GMX, Bild.de, VIVA, NBC und Discovery (u.a. DMAX).

Playa Games wurde 2009 von Jan Beuck und Martin Jässing gegründet. Beide leiteten zuvor das 2001 von ihnen gestartete Entwicklerstudio Master Creating und zeichneten für die Action-Rollenspiele Legend: Hand of God und Restricted Area verantwortlich.
Auf der Gamescom in Köln stellt Playa Games seit der Gründung aus.
Shakes & Fidget – The Game ist ein am 22. Juni 2009 erschienenes Online-Rollenspiel, für das sich über 40 Millionen Spieler angemeldet haben. Es ist für iOS und Android erschienen. Zudem wurde es, als bisher einziges Spiel von Playa Games, auch für Windows 8 Phone portiert und in verschiedenen Ländern von Microsoft gefeatured. Das Spiel ist in 25 Sprachen erschienen und wird stetig weiterentwickelt; für Anfang 2015 ist das nächste große Update angekündigt. Playa Games erhielt für sfgame, wie das Spiel von der Community genannt wird, mehrere Preise, unter anderem den Publikumspreis des Deutschen Entwicklerpreis 2009 in der Kategorie “Bestes Deutsches Casual Game”.
KickerStar erschien Ende 2010. Bei dem Rollenspiel handelt es sich um einen Fußballmanager, wobei kein Verein, sondern ein Spieler gemanagt wird. Es wurde in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Olympia-Verlag (Kicker-Sportmagazin) entwickelt 2016 fußball trikots online. Für das Spiel haben sich 6 Millionen Spieler aus 21 Ländern registriert. Es ist für iOS und Android Geräte erschienen und wurde zuletzt zur WM 2014 im deutschen Free-TV beworben.
Bloodmoon erschien als dritter Titel im Jahr 2012. In dem Rollenspiel schlüpft der Spieler in die Gestalt eines Werwolfs, Vampirs oder Hunters (Menschen). Offiziell hat das Spiel 2 Millionen registrierte Spieler. Das Spiel enthält in nahezu allen Spiel-Bildschirmen (Screens) gerenderte Videos und läuft dennoch performant. Dies ist für ein Browserspiel ungewöhnlich. Die Community pocht seit längerem verstärkt auf ein Update des Spiels.
Der jüngste Titel des Entwicklers erschien 2014. Tiny Island ist ein Match-3-Piraten-Puzzle Spiel und als erstes Spiels von Playa Games Cross-platform. Es ist

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3rd Sustainment Brigade (United States)

The 3rd Sustainment Brigade is a sustainment brigade of the United States Army headquartered at Fort Stewart, Georgia. The 3rd Sustainment Brigade is responsible for providing logistical support to the 3rd Infantry Division, however the modular nature of the brigade means that it takes on other roles while deployed. Personnel serving under this brigade wear the Shoulder Sleeve Insignia exclusive to this brigade, rather than the insignia designated for the 3rd Infantry Division.
Though its lineage dates back to 1957, the unit was not designated as a separate unit until 2005. The 3rd Sustainment Brigade has served three tours in Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, its first tour being the initial invasion and securing of the country, followed by a second tour of duty as logistics support for units around Baghdad, and finally as the multinational division supply lines in the northern division of the country.
The Brigade left for a planned nine-month deployment to Afghanistan in late November 2012.

The 3rd Sustainment Brigade has a permanent organization of two attached battalions, however this number can be changed when the unit is deployed in a theater of operations. These permanent attachments include the 87th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, and a Special Troops Battalion. The units are headquartered at Fort Stewart. Georgia, along with the brigade’s Headquarters and Headquarters Company. Under non-deployment circumstances, the HHC of the Brigade would, in turn, be directly subordinate to the 3rd Infantry Division.
The unit was constituted 1 July 1957 in the regular army as Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 3rd Infantry Division Trains, and activated at Fort Benning, Georgia. On 20 March 1963, the unit was consolidated with the 3rd Infantry Division Band, which has previously been organized in 1943 as the band, 3rd Infantry Division. On 15 March 1968, the unit was re-organized and re-designed as Headquarters and Headquarters Company and Band, 3rd Infantry Division Support Command. On 21 May 1972 jordans shoes, the unit was re-organized and re-designed as Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 3rd Infantry Division Support Command. It was deployed to as part of the Cold War buildup, should hostilities arise in the region with the Soviet Union. Though the unit was placed on alert constantly, it never saw action during its time in the region, which lasted from its activation until 1991.
In the fall of 2002, the Division Support Command deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom I, earning the Presidential Unit Citation along with the rest of the 3rd Infantry Division. The Brigade and its division had spearheaded the invasion into the nation of Iraq, supporting the four brigades as they pushed through southern Iraq and into the capital of Baghdad. After the initial invasion and capture of Baghdad, the brigade remained in the city, supporting the 3rd Infantry Division as the unit conducted counterinsurgency and infrastructure activities in the area Maje Dresses shop 2016. It returned home to Fort Stewart in August 2003.
The Division Support Command was renamed the Division Support Brigade and deployed to Iraq in the fall of 2004 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom III, leading coalition troops in control of the Baghdad area. Under Multinational Division, Baghdad. It returned home again in January 2006. The Division Support Brigade was reorganized as the 3rd Support Brigade on 15 June 2005, and re-designated as the 3rd Sustainment Brigade on 21 April 2006.
In 2007, the Brigade saw its third deployment to Iraq during the Iraq War, relieving the 45th Sustainment Brigade of its areas of responsibility of Multinational Division, North, comprising over a dozen Forward Operating Bases. The Brigade deployed to Iraq in fall of 2007 following the Brigade Combat Teams and aviation brigade of the 3rd Infantry Division, however, for this deployment, the unit did not support the Division directly, as its mission in Multinational Division, North covered facilities management, not unit logistics. Brigade projects focused on building infrastructure throughout northern Iraq. The brigade served a total of 15 months in the country, headquartered at Contingency Operating Base Q-West in Northern Iraq under the command of the 316th Expeditionary Support Command. It was relieved during a change of command ceremony on 9 August 2008, at which time it returned to Fort Stewart. It was replaced by the 16th Sustainment Brigade jimmy choo shoes. Since its return converse schuhe günstig, the brigade participated in an intramural soccer tournament at Fort Benning, something many of its members enjoyed doing, even while deployed.
In late November 2012 the Brigade deployed to Afghanistan for its first tour in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.

Foiled

Foiled is the fourth studio album by Blue October. The album was certified gold in the United States on August 9, 2006, and on February 22, 2007, was certified platinum. The album is also popular in Canada where it has also achieved platinum status.
The album was recorded during the summer of 2005. Most of the songs on the album are older Blue October and 5591 songs, except for “Into the Ocean” and “Hate Me”, which were written in early 2005 while Justin Furstenfeld was living in Los Angeles and recording the early demos for the album. Foiled was originally going to be titled Beyond the Sadness and was to be released October 11, 2005. During the fall of 2005 the working title was changed to Living Just to Watch It All Go By, which is a lyric from the song “It’s Just Me”. The eventual album title Foiled was coined by Justin Furstenfeld and Jeremy Furstenfeld’s father, Dan Furstenfeld jackets sale. Two promotional spin-offs victoria beckham outlet, Foiled Again giuseppe zanotti schuhe, and Foiled for the Last Time were released in 2007. Foiled was listed at number 150 among Billboard’s top 200 albums of 2007.
“Hate Me” is the first single from the album. A video for the song appeared on VH1

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, and the song peaked at number two on the Modern Rock charts.
The second single, “Into the Ocean”, was also successful on radio, and the video peaked at number one on VH1.
The track “Congratulations” features guest vocals by Imogen Heap. The track “Into The Ocean” features guest vocals from Zayra Alvarez (best known for her appearance on Rock Star: Supernova). Other guest singers appear on the song “Overweight” but are not named in the album credits.
“Drilled a Wire Through My Cheek” was also included on the Saw III soundtrack and features guest vocals by Kirk Baxley. It is the “heaviest” track on the album because of its masochistic themed lyrics.
The version of the album released in Europe contains the bonus tracks “Independently Happy” and “Chameleon Boy”, from Consent to Treatment and History for Sale, respectively, but does not contain the hidden track “It’s Just Me”.
A premium version of the album, Foiled for the Last Time, was released on September 25, 2007, which includes fourteen of the Live at Stubb’s tracks as well as the remastered “Calling You” and two remixes of “X Amount of Words”.
Foiled remains Blue October’s highest selling and most popular album, with the two hit singles “Hate Me” and “Into the Ocean” being Blue October’s most popular and recognizable songs, and have become rock radio and concert staples for the band. Although Blue October had been touring and releasing albums for eleven years prior to the release of the album, Foiled put them on the map and resulted in a surge in popularity for the band. Every one of the band’s subsequent albums has charted in the top 20, and the band continues to perform sold out tours.

All tracks written by Justin Furstenfeld except when noted.
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Amyas Borton

Air Vice Marshal Amyas Eden Borton CB, CMG, DSO, AFC (20 September 1886 – 15 August 1969) was a pilot and commander in the Royal Flying Corps during the First World War and a senior commander in the Royal Air Force during the 1920s. He saw active service on the Western Front, in Palestine and in Iraq ferragamo shoes. In the latter part of his career, Borton was the second Commandant of the RAF College at Cranwell before becoming the Air Officer Commanding RAF Inland Area.

Amyas Borton was born on 20 September 1886, the younger son of Lieutenant Colonel Arthur Borton who was from Cheveney in Kent. His elder brother, named Arthur Borton like their father, was known as “Bosky” whereas Amyas was known as “Biffy”.
He was commissioned into the Black Watch Militia in January 1904. In 1906, while remaining in the Black Watch, Borton transferred to the Regular Army. Borton learned to fly whilst on leave from his regiment in 1911, gaining Royal Aero Club certificate no. 170 on 9 January 1912.
Two months prior to the outbreak of the First World War, Borton was seconded to the Military Wing of the Royal Flying Corps, serving as a pilot on No. 5 Squadron at Netheravon. Following the start of the War in June, Borton flew with his Squadron to France. It is recognized that while serving on the Western Front, Borton invented the slang term “archie” for anti-aircraft fire. The usage came about because Borton was probably the first pilot to shout the words “Archibald, certainly not” (from a popular music-hall song written by George Robey) as he flew between the exploding German shells.
In November Borton was promoted to captain and made a flight commander and posted to a different squadron which resulted in his return to England to take up duties at Brooklands. Amyas was joined by his brother at Brooklands who was an RFC observer at that time. In April 1915 Borton returned to France as a flight commander on No. 8 Squadron. On 7 June, while engaged in aerial combat, Borton received a bullet wound to the head and neck. Although the injury was severe, Borton and his observer Captain Anthony Marshall managed to bandage the wound. Despite severe loss of blood, Borton kept control of his aircraft, completing the reconnaissance sortie and landing safely. He was later awarded the Distinguished Service Order for his actions.
Borton’s recovery was prolonged. In early July, he was still judged to be “not yet out of danger” and it was not until late October 1915 that he returned to duty, being promoted to major and made the officer commanding of No. 10 (Training) Squadron which was in England at that time. Just over two months later he was given a new squadron, being appointed officer commanding No. 27 Squadron on 27 December. Initially based at Hounslow Heath Aerodrome, Middlesex and later on the Western Front, Borton remained in command until the end of July 1916. During this time members of Borton’s squadron flew missions delivering secret agents behind enemy lines.
On 1 August 1916, Borton was recalled to England and promoted to lieutenant colonel. Back in England he was appointed Officer Commanding of a new training wing at Felton near Bristol.
By mid December 1916, Borton had received his orders for Palestine, although he was able to spend Christmas and the New Year with his father and other family members at Cheveney. Borton departed Plymouth on 10 January on the troop ship the Devon, arriving in Alexandria 28 January. Borton took up his new post as Officer Commanding the Fifth Wing RFC on 5 February 1917 succeeding Lieutenant-Colonel Joubert de la Ferté. Borton’s new command comprised two squadrons at the time and had a total of 42 aircraft. The Fifth Wing played an important role in the First and Second Battle of Gaza while Borton was in command.
In October 1917, Borton was moved sideways to head the newly created Fortieth Wing which was based in the Middle East. Having set up the Fortieth Wing, on 14 December Borton was promoted to brigadier-general and given command the Palestine Brigade which consisted of the Fifth and Fortieth wings. As Officer Commanding the Palestine Brigade, Borton was General Allenby’s air commander although he also reported to the General Officer Commanding the Royal Flying Corps in the Middle East juicy couture outlet sale, Major-General Salmond. Borton played an important role in the Palestine Campaign during his time in command. In late July and early August 1918, Borton along with Major Archibald McLaren flew a Handley Page 0/400 biplane bomber from Manston, England to Alexandria in Egypt. The aircraft later played a key role in the Battle of Megiddo when it was used to bomb the Turkish Headquarters and telephone exchange in Al-Fuleh. Later in the Battle, the aircraft of Borton’s Palestine Brigade destroyed the Turkish Seventh Army which marked the end of any Turkish power west of the Jordan.
After the war Borton remained in the newly established RAF and was granted a permanent commission as a lieutenant-colonel. When the RAF introduced its own rank titles in 1919, he was regraded as a wing commander (the equivalent rank to his substantive former rank of lieutenant-colonel). However, Borton was rapidly promoted to group captain and by the end of 1919 he was the officer in charge of administration at the RAF’s command headquarters at Halton.
At the start of 1921

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, Borton returned to the Middle East, this time as the Officer Commanding the newly established Mesopotamian Group which was the air element of the Army-led British forces in the British Mandate of Mesopotamia. Borton instigated air control measures as a means of pacifying the region. After the Kingdom of Iraq was established under British oversight, Borton’s command was renamed the Iraq Group in October 1921. In October 1922, the British Armed Forces in Iraq were reorganized as Iraq Command under Air Vice-Marshal John Salmond. Borton remained in Iraq into 1923, working for Salmond.
From 1923 to 1926, Borton was the second officer to hold the appointment of Commandant of the RAF College and the air officer commanding RAF Cranwell. Several months after becoming Commandant, Borton married Muriel Agnes Slater at the Savoy Chapel in London.
On 1 November 1926, Borton was appointed Director of Personal Services at the Air Ministry in succession to Air Vice-Marshal Longcroft. Borton remained Director of Personal Services until 1 July 1929 when he was succeeded by Air Commodore Peregrine Fellowes. Borton took up his final appointment as Air Officer Commanding Inland Area on 1 November 1929 cheap Karen Millen Desses 2016, continuing in post until he retired from the RAF on 23 August 1933 in the rank of air vice-marshal.

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