This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. (Learn how and when to remove these template messages) The topic of this article may not meet Wikipedia’s notability guideline for films. Please help to establish notability by citing reliable secondary sources that are independent of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond its mere trivial mention. If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be merged, redirected, or deleted. Find sources: ”Ue.. paisano!” – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR · free images (May 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Ue.. paisano!Release dates1953 Country Argentina Language Spanish Ue.. paisano! is a 1953 Argentine film. CastThis section is empty. You can help by adding to it. (July 2010) External linksUe.. paisano! at the Internet Movie DatabaseThis article related to an Argentine film of the 1950s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.
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. (July 2008) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) The Battle of Gatae was an engagement fought in roughly 103 AD during the Roman Emperor Trajan’s war with the kingdom of Dacia. There is no serious historical evidence giving an exact place or time to the battle, nor any troop positions, numerical statistics, casualties, or much of anything of that nature. It is not even fully understood if the battle was in of itself a major engagement or merely a small battle or even a large skirmish. Dio Cassius gives a minor mention of the battle, but it is a mere mention. It is understood that this battle did, however, somehow break the back of the Dacian army and allow the Roman Legions to make serious tactical headway. However, Decebalus, king of Dacia, managed to secure a peace before the capital of Sarmizegetusa was captured. See alsoTrajan’s Dacian Wars Dacian warfareNotesFurther reading 103: 103 Deaths, Sextus Julius Frontinus, List of State Leaders in 103, Battle of Gatae, 103 Adv t e Dacia topics TribesAedi Albocense Anartes Apuli Biephi Biessoi Burs (Dacia) Carpi Ciaginsi Clariae Costoboci Crobidae Daci Getae Moesi Peukini Piephigi Potulatense Predasense Rhadacense Saldense Scaugdae Sense Suci Terizi Teurisci Trixae Tyragetae Troglodytae KingsBurebista Comosicus Coson Cotiso Cothelas Dapyx Decebalus Deceneus Dicomes Dromichaetes Dual Duras Moskon Oroles Rhemaxos Rholes Rubobostes Scorilo Zalmodegicus ZyraxesCulture and civilisationArtifactsCoinage Art, jewellery, treasures, toolsbracelets Clothing LanguageBelagines Words of possible Dacian origin Dacian plant names Dacian names Dacian script Sinaia lead plates Daco-Thracian Thracian language Thraco-Illyrian Religion DeitiesBendis Deceneus Derzelas Dionysus Gebeleizis Kotys Pleistoros Sabazios Semele Seirenes Silenus ZalmoxisDacian Draco Kogaionon Towns and fortresses Sarmizegetusa Argidava Buridava Cumidava Piroboridava Sucidava More towns.. Davae Dacian Fortresses of the Orăștie Mountains Murus DacicusForeign relations Greeks Celts Germanic tribes RomansWarfare Falx Sica Thracian warfare Wars with the Roman EmpireDomitianFirst Battle of. thanks wikipedia.
Ilford rail crash Ilford station in 2002; the collision took place on the ‘through’ lines on the rightDate 16 January 1944 Time 7:20pm Location Ilford Country England Rail line Great Eastern Main Line Operator London and North Eastern Railway Type of incident Collision Cause Signal passed at danger Statistics Trains 2 Deaths 9 Injuries 38 List of UK rail accidents by year The 1944 Ilford rail crash occurred on 16 January 1944 when, in darkness and dense fog, an express passenger train passed a signal at ‘danger’ and collided with another passenger train that was stopped at Ilford railway station in Essex. The collision killed nine people, including three United States Army personnel and Frank Heilgers, the Member of Parliament for Bury St. Edmunds. Thirty-eight people were injured.Contents 1 Collision 2 Aftermath 3 See also 4 References4.1 Notes 4.2 BibliographyCollision At approximately 7:20 pm on 16 January 1944, in dense fog and wartime conditions, the 2:38 pm express train from Great Yarmouth was stopped at Ilford en route to London Liverpool Street. Due to poor visibility, the driver had not seen several ‘caution’ signals and subsequently stopped 110 yards (100 m) past a ‘danger’ signal. The driver walked to the signalbox and after a short wait was given a “line clear” by the signalman. As the driver returned to his train the signalman received a telephone call from a colleague in the adjacent box reporting that the following train, the 2:40 pm express from Norwich had passed his signals at danger. The Ilford station inspector, who had arrived at the signalbox to find out why the Yarmouth express had stopped, was sent to place detonators at the rear of the train, however, before he was able to take any action the Norwich train ran into the rear of the Yarmouth service at a speed of 20–25 mph (32–40 km/h). The Yarmouth train comprised a 4-6-0 steam locomotive hauling nine coaches and a two-coach articulated set. The Norwich service was made up of a 4-6-0 locomotive hauling ten coaches and a two-coach articulated set. Both services were busy with passengers. There were nine fatalities as a consequence of the collision, including Frank Heilgers, the Member of Parliament for Bury St. Edmunds. Twenty-eight people were hospitalised and ten others suffered shock or minor injuries. Aftermath First aid was available immediately as an American doctor and nurse had been travel. thanks wikipedia.
———- Campaign to help small business ———-
Theppotsavam, or float festival, is a Hindu religious festival carried out in Hindu temples in parts of South India, mainly Tamil Nadu during the month of Chitthirai or Chaitra. As a part of this festival, the principal idol of the temples is decorated and taken in procession through the tank of the temple. Some of the temples where the float festival is celebrated are:Tirumala Venkateswara Temple Meenakshi Amman Temple, Madurai Samayapuram Mariamman Temple Simhachalam Temple, Visakhapatnam Kanaka Durga Temple, Vijayawada Thiyagaraja temple,Thiruvarur References ^ “Float festival begins”. The Hindu. March 16, 2003. ^ “Huge crowd witnesses float festival at ‘teppakulam’ in Madurai”. The Hindu. January 21, 2011. ^ “Festivals”. Samayapuram mariamman Temple. ^ “‘Teppotsavam’ draws crowds”. The Hindu. ^ “Dussehra festivities end, but joy continues at Vijayawada KanakaDurga temple”. Deccan Chronicle. Vijayawada. 5 October 2014. Retrieved 21 September 2015. . thanks wikipedia.
———- Campaign to help small business ———-
“The Unguarded Moment” Single by The Church from the album Of Skins and Heart Released March 1981 Format 7″ vinyl, 12″ vinyl Recorded 1981 Genre Rock, new wave Length 4:12 Label Parlophone Writer(s) Steve Kilbey, Mikela Uniacke Producer(s) Chris Gilbey, Bob Clearmountain The Church singles chronology”She Never Said” (1980) “The Unguarded Moment” (1981) “Too Fast for You” (1981)”The Unguarded Moment” is a song by Australian alternative rock band The Church, released in March 1981. It was the second single from their 1981 debut album, Of Skins and Heart. It was written by Steve Kilbey, the group’s frontman, singer and bass guitarist; and Mikela Uniacke (aka Michelle Parker), who were married at the time. The song reached No. 22 on the Australian Kent Music Report Singles Chart, and was the band’s first radio hit. It peaked at No. 19 on the New Zealand Singles Chart. The single and the album were released on EMI Records then newly revived Parlophone label. Garry Raffaele of The Canberra Times described the track in June 1981, which “starts out with a bow towards the Beatles, then into a tightly constructed, powerfully written and pulsingly[sic] performed piece. And written so well.. phrases like ‘men with horses for hearts’, ‘friends with cameras for eyes’.” In August 2002 it was reviewed by Rolling Stone’s David Fricke as “The Church’s 1981 jangling gem”. Kilbey later said, “The song just doesn’t appeal to me. It doesn’t give me any pleasure at all. Maybe it was exciting for people who thought the country was going to be bogged down with The Human League and Buggles for the decade.” Track listing The Unguarded Moment (Australian release) No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. “The Unguarded Moment” Steve Kilbey, Mikela Uniacke (aka Michelle Parker) 4:12 2. “Busdriver” Steve Kilbey 4:09Total length:8:21 The Unguarded Moment (European release) No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. “The Unguarded Moment” Steve Kilbey, Mikela Uniacke (aka Michelle Parker) 4:13 2. “Chrome Injury” Steve Kilbey 4:03Total length:8:16References ^ a b “‘Unguarded Moment’ at ASCAP: ACE Title Search”. American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). Retrieved 27 May 2015. Note: User may have to search again and provide details at ‘Titles’ e.g Unguarded Moment; or at ‘Performers’ Church ^ Molitorisz, Sacha (20 November. thanks wikipedia.
Costa San Savino FrazioneCosta San SavinoLocation of Costa San Savino in Italy Coordinates: 43°23′37″N 12°41′00″E / 43.39361°N 12.68333°E / 43.39361; 12.68333Coordinates: 43°23′37″N 12°41′00″E / 43.39361°N 12.68333°E / 43.39361; 12.68333 Country Italy Region Umbria Province Perugia Comune Costacciaro Elevation 599 m (1,965 ft) Population (2001) • Total 139 Demonym(s)Time zone CET (UTC+1) • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2) Postal code 06021 Dialing code 075 Costa San Savino is a frazione of the comune of Costacciaro in the Province of Perugia, Umbria, central Italy. It stands at an elevation of 599 metres above sea level. At the time of the Istat census of 2001 it had 139 inhabitants. References^ a b c “Tavola: Popolazione residente per sesso – Perugia (dettaglio loc. abitate) – Censimento 2001.”. Istituto Nazionale di Statistica. Retrieved September 4, 2009. This Umbria location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.
———- Campaign to help small business ———-
Tigrinhos Municipality Country Brazil Region South State Santa Catarina Mesoregion Oeste Catarinense Time zone UTC -3 Tigrinhos is a municipality in the state of Santa Catarina in the South region of Brazil. See alsoList of municipalities in Santa CatarinaReferences ^ “Divisão Territorial do Brasil” (in Portuguese). Divisão Territorial do Brasil e Limites Territoriais, Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística (IBGE). July 1, 2008. Retrieved December 17, 2009. ^ “Estimativas da população para 1º de julho de 2009” (PDF) (in Portuguese). Estimativas de População, Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística (IBGE). August 14, 2009. Retrieved December 17, 2009. ^ “Ranking decrescente do IDH-M dos municípios do Brasil” (in Portuguese). Atlas do Desenvolvimento Humano, Programa das Nações Unidas para o Desenvolvimento (PNUD). 2000. Retrieved December 17, 2009. ^ “Produto Interno Bruto dos Municípios 2002-2005” (PDF) (in Portuguese). Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística (IBGE). December 19, 2007. Retrieved December 17, 2009. v t eMunicipalities of Santa CatarinaCapital: Florianópolis Grande FlorianópolisFlorianópolis Antônio Carlos Biguaçu Florianópolis (State Capital) Governador Celso Ramos Palhoça Paulo Lopes Santo Amaro da Imperatriz São José São Pedro de AlcântaraTabuleiro Águas Mornas Alfredo Wagner Anitápolis Rancho Queimado São BonifácioTijucas Angelina Canelinha Leoberto Leal Major Gercino Nova Trento São João Batista Tijucas Norte CatarinenseCanoinhas Bela Vista do Toldo Canoinhas Irineópolis Itaiópolis Mafra Major Vieira Monte Castelo Papanduva Porto União Santa Terezinha Timbó Grande Três BarrasJoinville Araquari Balneário Barra do Sul Corupá Garuva Guaramirim Itapoá Jaraguá do Sul Joinville Massaranduba São Francisco do Sul SchroederSão Bento do Sul Campo Alegre Rio Negrinho São Bento do SulOeste CatarinenseChapecó Águas de Chapecó Águas Frias Bom Jesus do Oeste Caibi Campo Erê Caxambu do Sul Chapecó Cordilheira Alta Coronel Freitas Cunha Porã Cunhataí Flor do Sertão Formosa do Sul Guatambu Iraceminha Irati Jardinópolis Maravilha Modelo Nova Erechim Nova Itaberaba Novo Horizonte Palmitos Pinhalzinho Planalto Alegre Quilombo Saltinho Santa Terezinha do Progresso Sa. thanks wikipedia.
———- Campaign to help small business ———-
This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (March 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Suburban Kids with Biblical NamesBackground information Origin Haninge, Sweden Genres Twee pop, indie pop Years active 2003–present Labels Labrador Minty Fresh Yesboyicecream Website Official websiteMembers Johan Hedberg Peter Gunnarson Suburban Kids with Biblical Names is a Swedish twee pop band consisting of Johan Hedberg and Peter Gunnarson. The band was formed in December 2003, in Haninge. Their name comes from a lyric in the song “People” by the Silver Jews.Contents 1 History 2 Discography2.1 Albums 2.2 EPs 2.3 Singles 3 References 4 External linksHistory In the beginning of 2004, the band put two songs on the internet and received warm listener response. After this, Sonic magazine interviewed them and included one of their songs on a compilation CD. They were signed to Labrador Records and released their first EP, #1. In 2005, they released their second EP, #2. Their debut album #3 was released on 18 October 2005 in Sweden and has subsequently been released by Minty Fresh in the US and by Yesboyicecream Records in the UK and Ireland. Their song “Rent a Wreck” from #3 is featured in the Prius “Yes” commercial. On 4 February 2009, the band released their third EP, #4. Discography Albums#3 (2005)EPs#1 (2004) #2 (2005) #4 (2009)Singles”Loop Duplicate My Heart” (2007)References ^ a b “About”. Suburban Kids with Biblical Names blog at Labrador Records. Archived from the original on February 10, 2009. Retrieved 2009-02-07. External linksOfficial website Labrador Records yesboyicecream recordsv t e Suburban Kids with Biblical NamesPeter Gunnarson Johan Hedberg Studio albums#3 EPs#1 #2Authority controlWorldCat Identities VIAF: 312726748 LCCN: no2007001574 ISNI: 0000 0000 9036 705X BNF: cb16232602s (data) MusicBrainz: f08765e5-70a9-4e43-bae0-987302a598d2 Suburban Kids with Biblical Names wants to ”turn all the dance floors into a burnings inferno of Ba-ba-ba” to quote the Kids themselves. And mark their words, with songs like “Rent a wreck”, they are destined to do so. They’ve only existed since December 2003, still they Alre. thanks wikipedia.
Giovanni Gallo (born 6 February 1955 in Loreggia) is an Italian politician from Veneto. A long-time member of the Italian Communist Party, the Democratic Party of the Left and the Democrats of the Left, Gallo was elected to the Regional Council of Veneto in 2000 and 2005. Between 2005 and 2010 he was also floor leader of the Democrats of the Left and, later, of the Democratic Party. References ^ http://www.openpolis.it/politico/4608This article about an Italian politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.
Not to be confused with Tricycle or Tricycle Theatre. This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. (Learn how and when to remove these template messages) This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)This article may require copy editing for Unclear English. You can assist by editing it. (May 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)This article contains wording that promotes the subject in a subjective manner without imparting real information. Please remove or replace such wording and instead of making proclamations about a subject’s importance, use facts and attribution to demonstrate that importance. (May 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)This article’s tone or style may not reflect the encyclopedic tone used on Wikipedia. See Wikipedia’s guide to writing better articles for suggestions. (May 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) The three members of Tricicle Tricicle is a humorous gestural theater company of three actors – Joan Gràcia, Paco Mir, and Carles Sans – who founded the company in 1979 to perform their brief sketches in the street and at alternative venues. At that time, the three members of Tricicle were students at Barcelona’s Institut del Teatre and specialised in Pantomime and the Dramatic Arts. In 1982, following several seasons of performances at alternative venues, they made their debut on the professional circuit at the Sala Villarroel in Barcelona with a show comprising a collection of different sketches created during their time at the so-called cafés-teatro (bars and cafés offering live performances). The show, entitled MANICOMIC, was both a critical and commercial success and went on to win a prize at Sitges International Theatre Festival that year.Contents 1 Origins 2 1983: Recognition in Spain 3 1986: Slastic—the final takeoff 4 1990s: Maturity 5 Theatre 6 Film 7 Television 8 Special Events 9 Awards 10 References 11 External linksOrigins Tricicle was created on November 1st, 1979, in Barcelona, the birthplace of its three members. Charles Sans, Paco Mir and Joan Gràcia were three students o. thanks wikipedia.
———- Campaign to help small business ———-