Kaliningrad Nuclear Power Plant

Kaliningrad Nuclear Power Plant Location of the Kaliningrad Nuclear Power Plant in Kaliningrad OblastOfficial name Baltiiskaya NPP Country Russia Location Neman, Kaliningrad Oblast Coordinates 54°56′20″N 22°09′40″E / 54.93889°N 22.16111°E / 54.93889; 22.16111Coordinates: 54°56′20″N 22°09′40″E / 54.93889°N 22.16111°E / 54.93889; 22.16111 Status Under construction Construction began 25 February 2010 (25 February 2010) Commission date 2017 (expected) Owner(s) Rosenergoatom Nuclear power station Reactor type VVER-1200/491 Reactor supplier Atomenergoprom Cooling towers 1 Power generation Units under const. 2 × 1,170 MWe Nameplate capacity 2,340 MWe Website baltnpp.rosenergoatom.ru The Kaliningrad Nuclear Power Plant (also referred as Baltic Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) or Baltiiskaya NPP, Russian: Калининградская атомная электростанция; Калининградская АЭС [ pronunciation (help·info)] or Балтийская АЭС [ pronunciation (help·info)]) is a nuclear power plant under construction 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) south-east of Neman, in Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia.[1][2] It is seen as a counter-project to the plan to build the Visaginas nuclear power plant in Lithuania and is considered not only as an energy, but also as a geopolitical project.[3][4][5][6] In June 2013 the construction was temporary stopped for re-designing the project.[7][8]Contents 1 Motivation 2 History 3 Technical features 4 Project development 5 References 6 External linksMotivation[edit] The nuclear power plant is foreseen to secure power supply for the Kaliningrad Oblast and to replace natural gas-based power generation. It has been mentioned that the Kaliningrad Oblast needs the project “because for the time being it imports energy from NATO countries.”[5] The excess electricity was planned to be exported into the EU market.[2][6][9] According to Sergey Boyarkin, deputy general director of Rosenergoatom, the first reactor would be sufficient for Kaliningrad Oblast’s needs, while electricity produced by the second reactor would be exported when not filling gaps in generation caused by refuelling and downtime.[10] Lithuania, Poland and Germany were named as potential export markets.[11][12] Sergey Boyarkin has said that the shutdown of Ignalina. thanks wikipedia.

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Walter Schieber

Walter Schieber (13 September 1896 – 29 June 1960) was an SS Brigadeführer in Nazi Germany, who during the Second World War served as head of the Armaments Supply Office.[1][2] In 1943, Adolf Hitler awarded Schieber the War Merit Cross.[2] After the war, the US government became interested in hiring Schieber for scientific research purposes.[2] A 1947 U.S. Air Force memo stated that “Dr. Schieber’s talents are of so important a nature to the U.S. that they go far to override any consideration of his political background”.[2] In the end, Schieber’s profile meant it was not possible to bring him to America, but he was employed by the US for ten years in chemical warfare research in West Germany.[3] References[edit] ^ Mierzejewski, Alfred (1988). The Collapse of the German War Economy, 1944-1945: Allied Air Power and the German National Railway. UNC Press Books. p. 12.  ^ a b c d Miller, David (2002). The JFK Conspiracy. p. 210.  ^ Keith, Jim (1998). Mind Control, World Control. Adventures Unlimited Press. p. 70. Authority controlWorldCat Identities VIAF: 157872574 GND: 142099619 This article related to Nazi Germany is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Ruszki, Łódź Voivodeship

For other places with the same name, see Ruszki. Ruszki VillageRuszki Coordinates: 52°13′48″N 19°30′50″E / 52.23000°N 19.51389°E / 52.23000; 19.51389 Country  Poland Voivodeship Łódź County Kutno Gmina Bedlno Ruszki [ˈruʂki] is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Bedlno, within Kutno County, Łódź Voivodeship, in central Poland.[1] It lies approximately 5 kilometres (3 mi) north-west of Bedlno, 11 km (7 mi) east of Kutno, and 50 km (31 mi) north of the regional capital Łódź. References[edit] ^ “Central Statistical Office (GUS) – TERYT (National Register of Territorial Land Apportionment Journal)” (in Polish). 2008-06-01. v t e Gmina Bedlno SeatBedlnoOther villagesAnnetów Antoniew Czarnów Dębowa Góra Ernestynów Florianów Garbów Głuchów Gosławice Groszki Janów Jaroszówka Józefów Kamilew Karolew Kaźmierek Konstantynów Kręcieszki Kujawki Mateuszew Nowe Bedlno Nowy Franciszków Orłów Orłów-Kolonia Orłów-Parcel Plecka Dąbrowa Pniewo Potok Ruszki Stanisławice Stradzew Szewce Nadolne Szewce Nagórne Szewce Owsiane Szewce-Walentyna Tomczyce Waliszew Wewiórz Wilkęsy Wojszyce Wola Kałkowa Wyrów Załusin Żeronice Zleszyn Zosinów Coordinates: 52°13′48″N 19°30′50.1″E / 52.23000°N 19.513917°E / 52.23000; 19.513917 This Kutno County location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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G. G. Ponnambalam

Honourable G. G. Ponnambalam MP MSC KC ஜி. ஜி. பொன்னம்பலம் Minister of Industries, Industrial Research and Fisheries[a] In office 3 September 1948 – 22 October 1953 Preceded by C. Sittampalam Succeeded by Kanthiah Vaithianathan Member of the State Council of Ceylon for Point Pedro In office 1934–1947 Member of the Ceylonese Parliament for Jaffna In office 1947–1960 Succeeded by Alfred Duraiappah In office 1965–1970 Preceded by Alfred Duraiappah Succeeded by C. X. Martyn Personal details Born (1901-12-08)8 December 1901 Died 9 February 1977(1977-02-09) (aged 75) Political party All Ceylon Tamil Congress Alma mater Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge Profession Lawyer Religion Hindu Ethnicity Ceylon Tamil^ Minister of Industries and Fisheries from June 1952 to October 1953.Ganapathipillai Gangaser Ponnambalam (Tamil: கணபதி காங்கேசர் பொன்னம்பலம்; 8 November 1901 – 9 February 1977) was a Ceylon Tamil lawyer, politician and cabinet minister. He was the founder and leader of the All Ceylon Tamil Congress (ACTC), first political party to represent the Ceylon Tamils.Contents 1 Early life and family 2 Career2.1 Law 2.2 Politics 3 Electoral history 4 Notes 5 ReferencesEarly life and family[edit] Ponnambalam was on 8 November 1901.[1][2][3][a] He was the son of Gangaser, a postmaster from Alvaly in northern Ceylon.[4] He was educated at St. Patrick’s College, Jaffna and St. Joseph’s College, Colombo.[4][5][6] Ponnambalam joined Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge on a government scholarship, graduating with a first class degree in natural sciences tripos.[4][7][8][9] He also received M.A. and LL.B. degrees from Cambridge.[5] Ponnambalam married Rose Alagumani Clough.[4] They had a son (Kumar) and a daughter (Vijayalakshmi).[4] Career[edit] Law[edit] Ponnambalam was called to the bar at Lincoln’s Inn.[10] He returned to Ceylon, via France, in 1927 and started practicing law as an advocate.[4][7] An outstanding debater, Ponnambalam became one of the leading criminal lawyers in the country and was made a King’s Counsel in 1948.[4] Ponnambalam appeared in several high-profile legal cases during his legal career. He was one of the defence lawyers in the 1954 Ranjani taxi cab case at which his cross examination of fingerprint experts resulted in the acquittal of all four accused and changes to finger print law. thanks wikipedia.

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Shahrak-e Taleqani, Behbahan

Shahrak-e Taleqani شهرك طالقاني villageShahrak-e Taleqani Coordinates: 30°50′06″N 50°11′54″E / 30.83500°N 50.19833°E / 30.83500; 50.19833Coordinates: 30°50′06″N 50°11′54″E / 30.83500°N 50.19833°E / 30.83500; 50.19833 Country  Iran Province Khuzestan County Behbahan Bakhsh Tashan Rural District Tashan-e Sharqi Population (2006)  • Total 211 Time zone IRST (UTC+3:30)  • Summer (DST) IRDT (UTC+4:30) Shahrak-e Taleqani (Persian: شهرك طالقاني‎‎, also Romanized as Shahrak-e Ţāleqānī)[1] is a village in Tashan-e Sharqi Rural District, Tashan District, Behbahan County, Khuzestan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 211, in 47 families.[2] References[edit] ^ Shahrak-e Taleqani can be found at GEOnet Names Server, at this link, by opening the Advanced Search box, entering “-3757527” 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.  v t eBehbahan County CapitalBehbahan Districts Central CitiesBehbahan Rural Districts and villages DodangehAl-e Tayyeb Asadabad Badali Dodangeh-ye Bozorg Dodangeh-ye Kuchak Emamzadeh Emir Hazer Garab-e Olya Hasan Qoli Khan Hoseynabad Hoseynabad-e Sheykh Jagh-e Kutak Keykavus Kordestan-e Bozorg Kordestan-e Kuchek Korreh Siah-e Shirin Korreh Siah-e Talkh Kureh-ye Gach Pazi Kutak-e Jajji Aqa Kutak-e Mohammad Karim Mansur Beygi Mashhadi Mohammad Mayi Bas Mohammad Aqa Aqajari Molla Mehdi Pashgar Perchelehzar Qaland-e Olya Qaland-e Sofla Qaland-e Vosta Qaleh-ye Puladi Qaleh-ye Tileh Kuh Qanbari Shahrak-e Kordestan Shahrui Silabak Tall-e Bardi HowmehAlamdar Aminabad Bagh Baba Bahmanabad Behzadi Boneh Anbar Borj-e Bemuni Aqa Chahar Asiab Chah-e Mari Chah-e Reza Aqa Chah-e Rigak Cham-e Menaf Cham-e Siah Darreh Bazar Darreh Lir Darreh Pahn Darreh-ye Garmabeh Do Gush Dowlatabad Emamzadeh Mohammad Eslamabad-e Olya Eslamabad-e Sofla Fars and Khuzestan Cement Plant Galleh Khar Garmez-e Olya Garmez-e Sofla Hajji Malek Hazarat Ali Industrial Estate Karimabad Kharestan-e Olya Kharestan-e Sofla Khayiz Kheyrabad-e Gohar Lasbid Mangelas-e Bozorg Mangelas-e Kuchak Mansuriyeh Mohammadabad Pabil Kani Pazkhaneh Brick Works Qadamgah-e Emam Reza Qaleh Madreseh Qaleh-ye Seyyed Qaleh. thanks wikipedia.

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Lebronnecia

Lebronnecia kokioides Conservation statusEndangered (IUCN 2.3) [1]Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae (unranked): Angiosperms (unranked): Eudicots (unranked): Rosids Order: Malvales Family: Malvaceae Genus: Lebronnecia Fosberg & Sachet Species: L. kokioides Binomial name Lebronnecia kokioides Fosberg & SachetLebronnecia is a monotypic genus of flowering plants in the family Malvaceae.[2] The sole species is Lebronnecia kokioides, a very rare flowering shrub. Distribution[edit] Only a few hundred specimens are known to exist. The plant was first described in 1966, after a single tree with a few seedlings was discovered on Tahuata, an island in the Marquesas group of French Polynesia that had been severely deforested by livestock: cattle, goats, horses, and pigs. Further specimens were later found on the nearby island of Mohotani, uninhabited by humans, but similarly deforested by sheep, who fortunately seem to avoid eating the plant.[3] It is now being cultivated in Hawaii.[4] References[edit] ^ Florence, J. 1998. Lebronnecia kokioides. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 1998. Downloaded on 13 October 2015. ^ Wendel, J. F., Brubaker, C. L., & Seelanan, T. (2010). The origin and evolution of Gossypium. In: Physiology of Cotton (pp. 1-18). Springer Netherlands. ^ “Hibiscus & Malvaceae: Cultivation, Conservation, Education: Lebronnecia kokioides”. Retrieved 2011-01-23.  ^ Keoki & Yuko Stender. “MarinelifePhotography.com: Plants: Malvaceae”. Retrieved 2011-01-23. This Malvales-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Blanche Marvin

Blanche Marvin MBE, (born 1925, formerly Blanche Zohar), is a UK-based, American theatre critic, producer, playwright and former actor. Marvin was born in New York City, New York,[1] in January 1925.[2] She created the Empty Space Peter Brook award in 1991 and funds it personally.[2] A friend of Tennessee Williams, she says the playwright used her name for the character Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire, named the character’s sister Stella after Marvin’s former name “Zohar” (which means “Star”), and took the play’s line “I’ve always depended on the kindness of strangers” from something she said to him.[2] She was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in 2010, for services to theatre,[2] and appeared as a “castaway” on the BBC Radio programme Desert Island Discs on 16 November 2012.[3] A widow,[2] she lives in St John’s Wood, north London.[1] Bibliography[edit]—— (1990). Four Plays for Children. Merri-Mimes. ISBN 978-1872693002. References[edit] ^ a b Cooke, Rachel (8 July 2007). “Queen of the curtain-up”. The Observer. Retrieved 29 August 2014.  ^ a b c d e Clark, Nick (27 July 2014). “Critic claims ‘I was the inspiration for Blanche DuBois'”. The Independent. Retrieved 29 August 2014.  ^ “Desert Island Discs – Castaway : Blanche Marvin”. BBC Online. BBC. Retrieved 18 August 2014.  External links[edit]Blanche Marvin’s London Theatre Views Authority controlWorldCat Identities VIAF: 76120035This British biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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List of national leaders of Belarus

Belarus This article is part of a series on the politics and government of Belarus Constitution PresidentAlexander Lukashenko GovernmentPrime Minister: Andrei Kobyakov National AssemblyCouncil of the Republic House of Representatives All Belarusian People’s Assembly JudiciaryConstitutional Court Supreme Court Economic Court Recent elections Presidential: 2006 2010 2015 Parliamentary: 2008 2012 2016Political parties Foreign relations Administrative divisionsOther countries AtlasPolitics portal v t eThis is a comprehensive chronological list of national leaders of Belarus since its first independence, in 1918, including its presidents both before and after the Soviet era, and the Soviet leaders themselves, who, unlike the Presidents, were not formal Heads of State.Contents 1 Leaders of Belarus since 19181.1 Belarusian National Republic (1918–1920) 1.2 Belarusian National Republic in Exile (1920–1992)1.2.1 Presidents 1.3 Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic (1920–1991)1.3.1 First secretaries of the Byelorussian Communist Party 1.4 Republic of Belarus (1991–present)1.4.1 Chairmen of the Supreme Soviet 1.4.2 President 2 See alsoLeaders of Belarus since 1918[edit] Belarusian National Republic (1918–1920)[edit] № Chairman Took office Left office Party Chairmen of the Rada 1Jan Sierada 9 March 1918 May 1918 Belarusian Socialist Assembly Vacant (May 1918 – 1 January 1919) Chairman of the Provisional Revolutionary Workers-and-Peasants’ Soviet Government 2Zmicier Zhylunovich 1 January 1919 4 February 1919 Independent / Non-partisan Chairmen of the Central Executive Committee 3Aleksandr Myasnikyan 4 February 1919 27 February 1919 Communist Party of Belorussia Vacant (27 February 1919 – 13 December 1919) 4Pyotra Krecheuski 13 December 1919 4 February 1919 Independent / Non-partisan Chairman of the Rival Government (1)Jan Sierada 13 December 1919 July 1920 Belarusian Socialist Assembly Belarusian National Republic in Exile (1920–1992)[edit] Presidents[edit] In Vilnius to 1925, then in Prague, presently in Canada:Pyotra Krecheuski (November 1920 – 8 March 1928) Vasil Zakharka (8 March 1928 – 6 March 1943) Mikola Abramchyk (6 March 1943 – 29 May 1970) Vintsent Zhuk-Hryshkyevich (May 1970 – November 1982) Jazep Sazhych (November 1982 – 1997) Barys Rahula (1997, acting) Ivonka Survilla (1997–present)Byelorus. thanks wikipedia.

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Ma Yuan

Ma Yuan may refer to:Ma Yuan (Han dynasty), Chinese general of the Han dynasty Ma Yuan (painter), Chinese painter of the Song dynasty Ma Yuan (judge), a former Vice President of the Supreme People’s Court of China This disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. thanks wikipedia.

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Car hawking

Car hawking, or drive-by falconry is a modern falconry technique which relies upon the use of a motor car or other motor vehicle as a base from which to hunt wild quarry species with a trained raptor. Typically, the falconer will drive around in a car, seeking suitable small game in the immediate vicinity of the road. Once an appropriate target has been selected, the raptor is then slipped from the window of the moving vehicle as it passes by in order that it might engage with its prey. Car hawking provides an advantage over more traditional methods of falconry in that the hawk is already moving at a considerable speed, with added momentum upon exiting the vehicle and as the car acts as cover, it has an enormous element of surprise over the quarry, giving it little or no time to react and potentially escape. Numerous videos exist on the internet of people successfully utilizing this method, flying Harris hawks and goshawks against feral pigeons and corvids in both urban and rural areas. Legality of this practice varies by location and protected status of the quarry and some falconers consider car hawking to be extremely unsporting.[1] References[edit] ^ Mullenix, Matt. “Principles & Opinions”. A Falconry Site. Retrieved 10 November 2011.  External links[edit]A video demonstrating car hawking utilizing a Northern Goshawk on YouTube This Falconiformes article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e This Accipitriformes article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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