City Radio (Bulgaria)

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. (June 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)City Radio City Sofia Slogan Hits to the breaking point Frequency 99.7 MHz Sofia Format CHR Language(s) bulgarian Power 500 W Transmitter coordinates 42°40’36″N 23°20’30″E Owner Communicorp (Nationwide) Sister stations Radio 1, Radio 1 Rock, Veronica, BG Radio, NRJ, Radio Nova Webcast radio.city.bg Website www.city.bgContents 1 Radio City 2 History 3 Frequencies 4 Via Satellite 5 Online 6 External linksRadio City[edit] Radio City is a commercial radio station in Bulgaria aimed at young people. The format of Radio City is CHR, playing the biggest current hits from popular music genres (Pop, R&B, Dance etc.). History[edit] Radio City was founded in 1998 as an association between Kamen Spasov and Jonas Siljemark. Radio City began broadcasting in February 2001, first in the capital Sofia at 99.7 MHz and later in Plovdiv, Varna, Stara Zagora, Blagoevgrad and Kyustendil. In 2007 it won a license for Lovech. From August 19, 2008 Radio City broadcasts in Ruse (until 3 September 2010) and Veliko Tarnovo (until 24 May 2010). Radio City program is also transmitted via cable and satellite operators in Bulgaria. In 2005 the media created and began broadcasting a music television channel called City TV (Bulgaria). Frequencies[edit]Sofia – 99.70 MHz Plovdiv – 91.1 MHz Varna – 98.6 MHz Stara Zagora – 96.8 MHz Blagoevgrad – 95.0 MHz Kyustendil – 88.5 MHz Lovech – 87.6 MHz Pazardzhik – 96.4 MHz Balchik-Kaliakra 89.0 MHzVia Satellite[edit] Satellite: Intelsat 12 Position: 45 East, Frequency: 11.632 GHz, Polarization: Vertical, Symbol rate: 20.000 Mbit/s, FEC: 3/4 SID:11, APID:62 Online[edit]http://radio.city.bg/External links[edit]Official website Communicorp corporae websitev t e Radio in Bulgaria Bulgarian National Radio StationsHorizont (radio) Radio Bulgaria Darik Radio bTV Radio GroupbTV Radio Classic FM (Bulgaria) N-JOY Z-Rock (Bulgaria) Jazz FM (Bulgaria) Melody Radio (Bulgaria) OthersCity Radio (Bulgaria) Radio Nova (Sofia) Radio Vitosha. thanks wikipedia.

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Goniotorna erratica

Goniotorna erratica Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Lepidoptera Family: Tortricidae Genus: Goniotorna Species: G. erratica Binomial name Goniotorna erratica (Diakonoff, 1948)[1] Synonyms Syndemis erratica Diakonoff, 1948Goniotorna erratica is a species of moth of the family Tortricidae. It is found in Madagascar.[2] The larvae feed on Bignonia vetusta and Lonicera and Ficus species. References[edit] ^ tortricidae.com ^ Afro MothsWikispecies has information related to: Goniotorna erraticaWikimedia Commons has media related to Goniotorna erratica.This Archipini-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Panther 21

The Panther 21 is a group of twenty-one Black Panther members who were arrested and accused of planned coordinated bombing and long-range rifle attack on two police stations and an education office in New York City.[1] The trial eventually collapsed and the twenty-one members were acquitted.[2]Contents 1 Attempted bombings 2 Indictments and incarceration 3 Trial 4 Acquittal 5 ReferencesAttempted bombings[edit] Three attacks were planned for Friday, January 17, 1969 at 9 am. Dynamite had been placed in the three locations: Attack Result Bronx Forty-fourth precinct police station Dynamite sticks at the Forty-fourth Precinct station had been switched by a police undercover agent with phonies, so that only a blasting cap exploded Manhattan Twenty-fourth Precinct police station The fuse on the phoney sticks had been improperly lit Queens Board of Education office Real dynamite which was from a source other than the undercover police blew a hole in the side of the building At the Queens school near the forty-fourth precinct station, one Panther, nineteen-year-old Joan Bird, was arrested, while two men escaped. The men left behind a long-range rifle with which they had planned to shoot at the police as they rushed out of the burning building after the explosion.[1] Indictments and incarceration[edit] On April 2, 1969 twenty-one Black Panther members were indicted. The number dropped from twenty-one to thirteen, who were arraigned before Judge Charles Marks with bail set at $100,000. Joseph A. Phillips from the District Attorney’s Office led the prosecution, with Jeffrey Weinsten as his assistant.[1][3] The Panthers were charged with conspiracy to kill several police officers and to destroy a number of buildings, including four police stations, five department stores, and the Bronx Botanical Gardens.[4] Trial[edit] The District Attorney read Chairman Mao Zedong’s Little Red Book and showed the court the movie The Battle of Algiers.[3] At the time, the eight-month trial was the longest and most expensive in New York State history.[3] Acquittal[edit] The Black Panther members were acquitted on May 12, 1971 of all 156 charges.[2][3] References[edit] ^ a b c Political Trials in History: From Antiquity to the Present, Ron Christenson. ^ a b The Black Panther Party (reconsidered) Charles Earl Jones. ^ a b c d One Year Later: The Radicalization of the Panther 13 Jury, New York Magazine May 29, 1972, Catherine Breslin ^ The Briar Patch: The Trial of. thanks wikipedia.

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Sankt Ols Kirke

Sankt Ols Kirke, Bornholm Sankt Ols Kirke (St Olaf’s Church), also known as Olsker Church, is a 12th-century round church located in the village of Olsker, 4 km (2.5 mi) south of Allinge on the Danish island of Bornholm. Built in the Romanesque style and reaching three storeys high, it has from the beginning consisted of a round nave, a choir and an apse.[1]Contents 1 History 2 Architecture 3 Interior 4 See also 5 ReferencesHistory[edit] Like Bornholm’s other medieval churches, Sankt Ols was built in the 12th century. It was named after the revered King Olaf II of Norway who fell at the Battle of Stiklestad in 1030. In 1378, it was documented as “Ecclesia sancti Olaui” (Church of St Olaf).[2] The church first belonged to the Archbishopric of Lund, then came under the Danish crown at the time of the Reformation. In the 19th century, it became fully independent.[3] Architecture[edit] The highest of Bornholm’s four round churches, rising 13 metres from its base to the top of the conical roof, the church is built of local granite fieldstone with limestone door frames. Standing on a hilltop at a height of 112 metres above sealevel, it was built as a stronghold to defend the surrounding area. The openings in the wall on the upper storey were designed for shooting or throwing stones at the enemy. There was also a platform with a parapet which was used for defensive purposes. The church was also equipped with a hanging gallery, supported on beams projecting from the walls of the round tower.[3][4] The structure consists of a barrel vault and a central column bearing the upper floors. The height of the cylindrical nave, 13 metres, is almost exactly the same as that of Østerlars Church. There are small extensions from the nave into the small choir and tiny apse. The central column provides solid support for the first two storeys but is more slender in the loft where it bears the more recent roofing. The porch is probably medieval while the two buttresses to the west were added in 1825 to guard against collapse. The bell tower dates from the end of the 18th century. Restoration work was carried out in 2004 by Nils-Holger Larsen.[4] Interior[edit] During restoration work in 1911 and 1950–52, frescos were discovered in the nave and choir from at least three different periods, the oldest from the 14th century. They were however in very poor condition, especially in the nave. The early Renaissance pulpit dates from the first half of the 16th. thanks wikipedia.

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Sky Box Office (New Zealand)

This article is about the New Zealand PPV system. For the UK PPV system, see Sky Box Office (UK & Ireland). SKY Box OfficeOwned by SKY Network Television Picture format 16:9 (SDTV) Country New Zealand Website Official SiteAvailabilitySatellite SKY Network Television Channel 40-42, 121-131 Cable Vodafone Channel 40-42, 121-131 SKY Box Office is one of SKY Network Television’s Pay Per View systems, which shows movies. It has 18 channels. Films currently come to SKY Box Office between two and three months after release on DVD. External links[edit]Official site.v t e Channels on Sky Television (New Zealand) General entertainmentTV One TV2 TV3 Prime The Box Vibe BBC UKTV JONES! The Zone SoHo Comedy Central Four E! MTV TLC Living Channel Food TV Māori TV Duke Choice TV The Shopping Channel YESSHOP TVSN Sky Arts MoviesSky Movies Premiere Sky Movies Extra Sky Movies Greats Sky Movies Classics Sky Movies Action Sky Movies Pop-Up Sky Movies Disney TCM Rialto Channel SportSport Mosaic Sky Sport 1 Sky Sport 2 Sky Sport 3 Sky Sport 4 Sky Sport Pop-Up ESPN ESPN2 TAB Trackside 1 TAB Trackside 2 The Rugby Channel Garage InformationalDiscovery Channel CI National Geographic Channel History BBC Knowledge Animal Planet Discovery Turbo Public serviceCountry TV Te Reo Face TV News coverageSky News New Zealand Parliament TV CNN Fox News BBC World News Al Jazeera CNBC RT Children & familyDisney Channel Nickelodeon Cartoon Network Disney XD Nick Jr. Disney Junior Kidzone Music videoMTV Music The Edge TV Pay-per-viewSky Box Office Sky Arena Playboy TV Desire TV Brazzers TV Religious/RegionalShine TV Daystar Sonlife Broadcasting Network Hope Channel AsianStar Plus Hindi Colors Star Gold Star Chinese Channel Star Chinese Movies The Filipino Channel CCTV News Chinese Radio FM 99.4 AM936 Chinese Radio FM 104.2 Audio onlySky Digital Music The Edge Radio New Zealand National Radio New Zealand Concert Tahu FM Calvary Radio TimeshiftTV One plus 1 TV2+1 TV3 PLUS1 Four PLUS1 DefunctTVNZ Heartland Cue TV TVNZ 6 C4 TVNZ 7 U Nickelodeon (New Zealand) MTV (New Zealand) MTV Classic ALT TV MTV Hits Documentary ChannelThis article about a television station is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e This New Zealand television-related article is a. thanks wikipedia.

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Pindi Bhattian

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. (February 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Pindi Bhattian (Urdu: پِنڈى بهٹياں‎) CityPindi BhattianLocation of Pindi Bhattian in Pakistan Coordinates: 31°53′45″N 73°16′34″E / 31.895782°N 73.276062°E / 31.895782; 73.276062Coordinates: 31°53′45″N 73°16′34″E / 31.895782°N 73.276062°E / 31.895782; 73.276062 Country Pakistan Province Punjab District Hafizabad district Tehsil Pindi Bhattian tehsil Government  • Type Capital  • City Council Members’ List• • • • • • • • •Elevation 184 m (604 ft) Time zone PST (UTC+5)  • Summer (DST) PDT (UTC+6) Postal code 52180 Dialling code 0547 Distance(s) From• Lahore – 120 km • Faisalabad – 80 km • Islamabad – 350 km • Karachi – km • Peshawar – km • Quetta – km • Multan – km • Muzaffarabad – km • Gilgit – kmWebsite TMA Pindi Bhattian Pindi Bhattian (Urdu: پِنڈى بهٹياں‎) is a city and an administration headquarters of Pindi Bhattian tehsil, located in the Hafizabad district in the state of Punjab, Pakistan.The unique thing about pindi bhattian is that it is a junction,Because M-2 and M-3 adjoin here.Contents 1 Background 2 Communication 3 See also 4 ReferencesBackground[edit] It is one of the ancient towns of Pakistan. The city was ruled by the Bhangi Sikh Dynasty. Pindi Bhattian’s economy also mostly depends upon agriculture. It has mostly English medium institutions for education. All the secondary and intermediate educational institutions are affiliated with BISE Gujranwala. “Dulle di bar: Dulla Bhatti and his homeland”, a book by Asad Saleem Sheikh about Dulla Bhatti, presents a comprehensive view of Pindi Bhattian in the times of Mughal Empire.[1] Communication[edit] Pindi Bhattian is situated on Motorway M2 and is considered as an important interchange of M2. Moreover, it is also situated on Shiekhupura-Sargodha-Mianwali Highway. A motorway leads to Faisalabad from Pindi Bhattian known as M3. Another highway connects Pindi Bhattian to Wazirabad via Jalalpur Bhattian and Rasul Pur which is being converted into Expressway E3 under NHA. A highway connects Pindi Bhattian to Chiniot and Jhang. thanks wikipedia.

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Greek destroyer Niki

This article relies largely or entirely upon a single source. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources. (February 2011)History Greece Ordered: 1905 Builder: Stettiner Vulcan AG Laid down: 1905 Launched: 30 May 1906 Commissioned: 1906 Decommissioned: 1945 Fate: Broken up General characteristics Class and type: Niki-class destroyer Displacement: 350 tons Length: 67 m (220 ft) Beam: 6.1 m (20 ft) Draft: 2.7 m (8 ft 10 in) Installed power: 6,800 hp (5,100 kW) Propulsion: 2 shafts Speed: Maximum 30 knots (56 km/h; 35 mph) Armament: 2 × 3-inch (76 mm) 12-pounder Hotchkiss 4 × 57 mm 6-pounder/40cal Hotchkiss QF 2 × 18-inch (457 mm) torpedo tubes Niki (Greek: Τ/Β Νίκη, “Victory”) was a Niki-class destroyer that served in the Royal Hellenic Navy (1907–1945). The ship, along with her three sister ships, was ordered from Germany in 1905 and was built in the Vulcan shipyard at Stettin. During World War I, Greece did not enter the war on the side of the Triple Entente until 1917 and, due to Greece’s neutrality the four Niki-class ships had been seized by the Allies in October 1916, taken over by the French in November and served in the French Navy from 1917 to 1918. By 1918, they were back on escort duty under Greek colors, mainly in the Aegean Sea. Niki saw action in the Greco-Turkish War (1919–1922). In 1919, she conducted escort missions in the Black Sea carrying Greek refugees from Pontus. Later, while covering the Greek Army’s disorganized retreat after the fall of Smyrna on September 4, 1922, Niki’s commander, Lieutenant Commander D. Hatziskos was killed by a sniper. After the war, Niki was refurbished from 1925 to 1927. She also participated in the Second World War, first carrying supplies in the Ionian Sea and after surviving the German invasion of April 1941, Niki served in conjunction with the Royal Navy based in Alexandria, Egypt. After the end of World War II, Niki was stricken in 1945. See also[edit]History of the Hellenic NavyReferences[edit] (Minor mention) – Cooper; Bernd Langensiepen, Ahmet Güleryüz; Translated by James Cooper (1995). The Ottoman steam navy, 1828-1923. University of Michigan: Conway Maritime Press. p. 22. ISBN 0-85177-610-8.  Cite uses deprecated parameter |coauthors= (help)v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Duet for Four

Duet for Four Directed by Tim Burstall Produced by Tom Burstall Tim Burstall Written by David Williamson Starring Michael Pate Wendy Hughes Diane Cilento Cinematography Dan Burstall Edited by Edward McQueen-MasonProduction company Tim Burstall NomineesDistributed by Greater UnionRelease dates1982Running time97 mins Country Australia Language English Duet for Four is a 1982 film directed by Tim Burstall.Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 References 5 External linksPlot[edit] A middle aged man, Ray Martin, faces a series of problems – his wife is cheating on him, his mistress wants to get married and Americans want to take over his toy business. Cast[edit]Mike Preston as Ray Martin Wendy Hughes as Barbara Dunstan Michael Pate as Al Geisman Diane Cilento as Margot Martin Gary Day as Terry Byrne Vanessa Leigh as Dianne Sanders Warwick Comber as Cliff Ingersoll Sigrid Thornton as Carline Martin Clare Binney as Jacki NesbittProduction[edit] The script by David Williamson was originally commissioned by Hexagon Productions in the wake of the success of Petersen (1974). Tim Burstall asked Williamson to write a script on a mid life crisis even though he was young at the time. Williamson wrote the script in eight days under the title The Toy Man but Hexagon decided not to make it, even though at one stage it was announced as a vehicle for Jack Thompson.[1][2] In the 1980s Williamson’s reputation remained high and Burstall decided to make it. Burstall:I was going through a mid-life crisis of some sort and thought – ‘What is the nature of work? Have I wasted my time? Am I doing the right thing?’ That sort of thing. And toys was the industry we decided to use because it was being taken over by the Yanks. It was a sort of image of what was happening in film at the time. I don’t think the picture works very well.[3]The title during shooting was Partners. The film was shot in Melbourne and Queenscliff. According to David Stratton the movie features some in jokes about the Australian film industry of the early 1970s.[1] Finance was partly provided by the Australian Film Commission and Victorian Film Corporation.[4] Wendy Hughes later described making the film as “one of my most enjoyable experiences” but thought “the role I was playing.. seemed more a part of the early 1970s, when in fact it was written”.[5] References[edit] ^ a b David Stratton, The Avocado Plantation: Boom and Bust in the Australian Fil. thanks wikipedia.

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John Thorn (Queensland politician)

John Thorn Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly for Fassifern In office 24 January 1874 – 12 March 1878 Preceded by George Thorn Succeeded by de Burgh Fitzpatrick Personal details Born (1847-12-12)12 December 1847 Ipswich, Queensland Died 30 April 1896(1896-04-30) (aged 48) Brisbane, Queensland Resting place Toowong Cemetery Spouse(s) Frances Augusta March Relations George Thorn, Sr. (father), George Thorn, Jr. (brother), Henry Thorn (brother) Occupation Station manager, Railway contractor Religion Church of England John Thorn (1847–1896) was a politician in Queensland, Australia. He was a Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly.Contents 1 Early life 2 Politics 3 Later life 4 See also 5 ReferencesEarly life[edit] John Thorn was born on 12 December 1847 at Ipswich, Queensland, the son of George Thorn (senior), a Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, and his wife Jane (née Handcock). He was educated at Ipswich Grammar School.[1] He married Frances Augusta March, on 3 February 1875 in Sydney, New South Wales. The couple had 5 sons and 2 daughters.[1] Politics[edit] His brother George Thorn had represented the seat of Fassifern in the Queensland Legislative Assembly until he resigned on 9 January 1874 in order to be appointed to the Queensland Legislative Council on that day. John Thorn won the resulting by-election in Fassifern on 24 January 1874. He held the seat until he resigned on 12 March 1878. His resignation was due to his being a partner in the firm Annear & Co, who had been the successful tenderers for a contract to build the railway line from Gympie to Maryborough.[2][3][4] de Burgh Fitzpatrick Persse won the resulting by-election on 9 April 1878. [5] Later life[edit] John Thorn died on 30 April 1896 at Brisbane[1] and was buried in Toowong Cemetery.[6] See also[edit]Members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 1873–1878References[edit] ^ a b c “Thorn, John”. Re-Member Database. Queensland Parliament. Retrieved 16 January 2015.  ^ “Queensland Telegrams.”. The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld.: National Library of Australia). 16 February 1878. p. 10. Retrieved 14 February 2014.  ^ “Queensland.”. Australian Town and Country Journal (NSW: National Library of Australia). 23 February 1878. p. 32. Retrieved 14 February 2014.  ^ “The Homeward Mail.”. The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld.: National Library of Australia). 23 March 1878. p.&#. thanks wikipedia.

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Rock Is Dead—Long Live Rock!

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. (November 2013) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Rock Is Dead—Long Live Rock! Studio album (unreleased) by The Who Recorded May-June 1972 Genre Rock Rock Is Dead—Long Live Rock was the title of an unreleased 1972 autobiographical album by the British rock band The Who. In the liner notes for the Who’s 1974 rarities collection Odds & Sods, guitarist and lead songwriter Pete Townshend said, “I had an idea once for a new album about the history of The Who called Rock Is Dead—Long Live Rock. That idea later blossomed into Quadrophenia.” The sessions for the album spanned from 19 May to 6 June at Olympic Studios in London. Rock Is Dead—Long Live Rock was to be produced by The Who and Glyn Johns and scheduled for release in October 1972, but although the album was nearly completed (according to Townshend) the band felt as though it sounded too much like their 1971 LP Who’s Next. Townshend later stated that Rock Is Dead—Long Live Rock was also going to be a TV special about The Who. Some of the songs recorded during the Rock Is Dead—Long Live Rock sessions were originally written for another unreleased Who album, 1971’s failed Lifehouse. Track listing[edit] Proposed track listings, created by the band during the 1972 sessions for the album, are in existence. In addition, a tape of Pete Townshend’s demos for the album was compiled.[1] The songs are (including recording and release dates for the Who recordings where applicable):[2]”Relay” – Recorded on 26 May 1972, released as a single 25 November. “Get Inside” – Probably not recorded by The Who. The demo was later released on the Quadrophenia box set of 2011. “Women’s Liberation” (AKA “Riot In The Female Jail”) – Demo unofficially released on Pete Townshend’s “The Genuine Scoop” 5-CD bootleg. “Love, Reign o’er Me” – Recorded in May 1972, completed 8 June 1973 released on Quadrophenia on 18 October 1973, released as a single 27 October 1973. “Long Live Rock” – Recorded 5 June 1972, first released on Odds and Sods in 1974, released as a single in November 1979. “Is It In My Head?” – Recorded in May 1972, released on Quadrophenia on 18 October 1973. “Put The Money Down” – Recorded 6 June 1972, vocals completed in 1974 and released on Odds and Sods. “Can’t You See I’m Easy” – Demo unof. thanks wikipedia.

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