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Coeducational

Ages
11–18

Website
www.lythamhigh.lancs.sch.uk

LSA Technology and Performing Arts College is a community school maintained by Lancashire County Education Authority. It is an 11–18 Comprehensive and 6 Form offering seven years of successful education. As one of the largest schools in Lancashire they offer a wide range of curricular and extra-curricular activities, along with specialisms in Technology and Performing Arts. A College system ensures that students belong to smaller groups throughout school ensuring a continuity of staff and allowing family members and friendship groups to be kept together.

Contents

1 History
2 Notable former pupils
3 Notable former teachers
4 Co-located youth organisations
5 References
6 External links

History[edit]

1955 Ansdell County Secondary School Opens.
1999 School gains Technology College status and becomes known as Lytham St. Annes High Technology College.
2004 School awarded prestigious Artsmark Silver Award.
2007 School also gains Performing Arts status and becomes known as LSA Technology and Performing Arts College.
2010 Outstanding School status awarded by OFSTED

Notable former pupils[edit]

Dean Lennox Kelly – actor; best known for his role in Shameless
Sam Shearon – graphics artist, specialising in horror and science-fiction.
Niamh Boadle – Folk Singer, runner up of BBC2’s Young Folk Award 2010[1]
William, Robert and Jack Bentham – 3/4 members of teen rock band Outl4w. Toured the world & performed at Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2008[2]
Joni Fuller – Singer-songwriter; awarded ‘Best Female Artist’ at the Exposure Music Awards 2010 and later featured as ‘one to watch’ by PRS for Music
Sally Hoolin – British Champion Ice-Skater in Pairs.[2][3]
Joseph Phillips – Actor, played the original Michael in the West End’s Billy Elliot The Musical in 2005. Last seen
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White Gold (1927 film)

White Gold

Directed by
William K. Howard

Produced by
Cecil B. DeMille

Written by
John Farrow (titles)

Based on
White Gold
by J. Palmer Parsons

Starring
Jetta Goudal

Cinematography
Lucien Andriot

Edited by
Jack Dennis

Distributed by
Producers Distributing Corporation

Release date

1927 (1927)

Country
United States

Language
Silent film (English intertitles)

White Gold is a 1927 silent film dramatic western produced and distributed by Cecil B. DeMille and directed by William K. Howard.[1]

Contents

1 Cast
2 Critical reception
3 References
4 External links

Cast[edit]

Jetta Goudal as Dolores Carson
Kenneth Thomson as Alec Carson
George Bancroft as Sam Randall
George Nichols as Carson, Alec’s Father
Bob Perry as Bucky O’Neill( billed as Robert Perry)
Clyde Cook as Homer

Critical reception[edit]
Mordaunt Hall of the New York Times described the film as an “interesting production” that also had “marked simplicity” in terms of its story.[2] Hall also said that “but for some repetitions, a few accentuated actions and instances of forced comedy, [it] would be one of the really great productions.”[3] The Ottawa Citizen said that, because of a new scripting technique employed by William Howard, “the film more closely approaches realism than anything ever before attempted in motion pictures.”[4] Philip K. Scheuer of the Los Angeles Times called it a “distinguished film” that “employed sound by suggestion–creaking rockers, ticking clocks, the click of poker chips”.[5]
References[edit]

Notes

^ White Gold at silentera database
^ Hall, Mordaunt (April 17, 1927). “ARIZONA AND GAY PARIS; ‘ White Gold,” an Interesting Production — Beauty and the Man”. The New York Times. Retrieved October 30, 2010. 
^ Hall, Mordaunt (April 11, 1927). “The Sheep-Rancher”. The New York Times. Retrieved October 30, 2010. 
^ “Establish Precedent in Direction Technic”. Ottawa Citizen. July 14, 1927. Retrieved October 30, 2010. 
^ Scheuer, Philip K. (October 25, 1945). “Howard Planning New Version of ‘White Gold'”. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved October 30, 2010. 

Bibliography

“Screen Favors Realism”. Montreal Gazette. February 12, 1927. Retrieved October 30, 2010. 
“Theater Gossip”. The Evening Independent. March 7, 1927. Retrieved October 30, 2010. 

External links[edit]

White Gold at the Internet Movie Database

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George Musgrove

For the Ontario politician, see George Musgrove (politician).

George Musgrove

Born
21 January 1854
Surbiton, England

Died
21 January 1916(1916-01-21) (aged 62)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Occupation
Theatre producer

Years active
1880–1916

George Musgrove (21 January 1854 – 21 January 1916) was an English-born Australian theatre producer.

Contents

1 Early life
2 Opera and theatre career
3 Personality and family
4 References

Early life[edit]
Musgrove was born at Surbiton, England, the son of Thomas John Watson Musgrove, an accountant, and his wife, Fanny Hodson, an actress and sister of Georgiana Rosa Hodson who married William Saurin Lyster. Fanny’s brother was composer, singer and comedian George Alfred Hodson, the father of Henrietta Hodson, a well known London actress, who married Henry Labouchère.[1][2] Musgrove was brought to Australia by his parents in January 1863 when he was nine years old.[3] He was educated at the Flinders School, Geelong, Victoria, and on leaving school was given a position as treasurer by Lyster.[2] Musgrave married Emily Fisk Knight at All Saints Church, St Kilda, on 1 August 1874.[2]
Opera and theatre career[edit]
Musgrove visited England in 1879, a time when Gilbert and Sullivan had commenced their operas.[2] At the end of 1880, Musgrove produced La fille du tambour-major at the opera house, Melbourne, which had a record run of 101 nights. This success led the young producer to join a partnership with J. C. Williamson and Arthur Garner. They formed the Willamson, Garner and Musgrove Company in July 1882[4] when they became joint lessees of the Theatre Royals in Melbourne and Sydney. The partnership split in March 1890[5] with Williamson and Garner continuing to run the Theatre Royal in Melbourne along with the Princess Theatre and Musgrove taking control of the Theatre Royal, Sydney. Musgrove managed a successful season of Paul Jones with Marion Burton and Nellie Stewart in the leading parts. At the end of 1892, Williamson and Musgrove went into partnership again for about seven years, Musgrove living much of the time in London. In 1898 he brought a complete American company to the Shaftesbury Theatre, London, to play The Belle of New York, which had an enormous success.[1]
In 1900 Musgrove took a grand opera company to Australia, consisting mainly of artists from the Carl Rosa Opera Company, which performed Tannhäuser, The Flying Dutchman and many other well-known operas. In 1903
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Swiss 1.2-metre Leonhard Euler Telescope

Leonhard Euler Telescope

Organisation
Observatory of Geneva

Location(s)
La Silla Observatory , Chile

Named after
Leonhard Euler

Coordinates
29°15′34″S 70°43′59″W / 29.2594°S 70.7331°W / -29.2594; -70.7331Coordinates: 29°15′34″S 70°43′59″W / 29.2594°S 70.7331°W / -29.2594; -70.7331

First light
12 April 1998

Telescope style
reflecting telescope

Diameter
1.2 m (3 ft 11 in)

Related media on Wikimedia Commons

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The enclosure of the Leonhard Euler Telescope with the higher situated New Technology Telescope (NTT) in the background.

The 1.2 m Leonhard Euler Telescope in its dome at La Silla Observatory.

Leonhard Euler Telescope, or the Swiss EULER Telescope, is a national, fully automatic 1.2-metre (3.9 ft) reflecting telescope, built and operated by the Geneva Observatory. It is located at an altitude of 2,375 m (7,792 ft) at ESO’s La Silla Observatory site in the Chilean Norte Chico region, about 460 kilometers north of Santiago de Chile. The telescope, which saw its first light on 12 April 1998, is named after Swiss mathematician Leonhard Paul Euler.[1][2]
The Euler telescope uses the CORALIE instrument to search for exoplanets. In addition, the telescope uses the multi-purpose EulerCam (ecam), a high precision photometry instrument, and a smaller, piggyback mounted telescope, called “Pisco”.[2] Its first discovery was a planet in orbit around Gliese 86, determined to be a hot Jupiter with an orbital period of only 15.8 earth days and about four times the mass of Jupiter.[3] Since then, many other exoplanets have been discovered or examined in follow-up observations.
Together with the Mercator Telescope, Euler was part of the Southern Sky extrasolar Planet search Programme, which has discovered numerous extrasolar planets.[4] It has also been frequently employed for follow-up characterization to determine the mass of exoplanets discovered by the Wide Angle Search for Planets, SuperWASP.[5]

Contents

1 Instruments

1.1 Characteristics
1.2 Discovered exoplanets

2 Gallery

2.1 Video

3 See also
4 References
5 External links

Instruments[edit]
The CORALIE spectrograph is an echelle type spectrograph used for astronomy and was commissioned at the Euler Telescope in April 1998. The instrument performs doppler spectroscopy, that is it measures the Doppler effect on a star’s electromagnetic spectrum caused by
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Francis Hillmeyer

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Francis Hillmeyer (born September 9, 1946 in Mulhouse, Haut-Rhin) is a member of the National Assembly of France. He represents the Haut-Rhin department,[1] and is a member of the New Centre.
References[edit]

^ “LISTE DÉFINITIVE DES DÉPUTÉS ÉLUS À L’ISSUE DES DEUX TOURS” (in French). National Assembly of France. Retrieved 2010-07-04. 

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Antoine-Simon Airport

Antoine Simon airport
Aéroport des Cayes

IATA: CYA
ICAO: MTCA

Summary

Airport type
Public

Operator
Autorité Aéroportuaire Nationale

Serves
Les Cayes, Haiti

Location
Les Cayes, Haiti

Elevation AMSL
98 ft / 30 m

Coordinates
18°16′16″N 073°47′18″W / 18.27111°N 73.78833°W / 18.27111; -73.78833Coordinates: 18°16′16″N 073°47′18″W / 18.27111°N 73.78833°W / 18.27111; -73.78833

Website
http://www.aanhaiti.com/aan/

Map

MTCA

Location in Haiti

Runways

Direction
Length
Surface

m
ft

08/26
980
3,215
Asphalt

Sources: DAAFIF[1]

Antoine-Simon Airport (IATA: CYA, ICAO: MTCA) is the fourth airport in Haiti in passenger traffic[2] is located near the city of Les Cayes, in Haiti’s Southern peninsula.
This airport is served by scheduled and charter airlines from Port-au-Prince.[3] Here is a List of airports in Haiti.

Contents

1 History
2 Expansion
3 Airlines and destinations
4 References

History[edit]
Antoine-Simon Airport was financed and built by the Haitian government and inaugurated on 7 May 2005 by then Prime Minister Gérard Latortue.[4] Taiwan financed the construction of the access road to the airport. It is named after François C. Antoine Simon, the 18th President of Haiti.
The Autorité Aéroportuaire Nationale plans to make this an international airport by extending the runway to 3,000 m (9,843 ft) and adding a terminal with customs and other services.[5]
Expansion[edit]
As of February 1, 2013, Haiti has laid the first stone on the expansion of the Antoine-Simon Airport project in Les Cayes. The project to make Antoine-Simon a viable international airport is part of broader efforts aiming at ramping up infrastructure development in Haiti’s South department.[6]
The expansion project will add a new 3,000-metre runway strip and a new terminal to the airport. Haiti officials (Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe and Tourism Minister Stephanie Villedrouin) suggest that the airport would open up completely the southern region as the country sees tourism as one of the promising sectors capable of creating thousands of new jobs in the region.[7]
Another airport project is also planned for the neighbouring island of Ile a Vache.[8]
Airlines and destinations[edit]

Airlines
Destinations

References[edit]

^ Airport information for MTCA at World Aero Data. Data current as of October 2006.Source: DAFIF.
^ Autorité Aéroportuaire Nationa
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2016 Supercars Dunlop Series

2016 Supercars Dunlop Series

Previous:
2015
Next:
2017

Parent series:
Virgin Australia Supercars Championship

The 2016 Supercars Dunlop Series was an Australian motor racing competition for Supercars, staged as a support series to the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship. It was the seventeenth annual Supercars Development Series and the fifth to be contested under the “Dunlop Series” name. The season was also the first in which Holden VF Commodores and Ford FG X Falcons built to ‘Car of the Future’ specifications are eligible for the series, racing alongside previous generation VE Commodore and FG Falcon models.
The series was won by Garry Jacobson driving for Prodrive Racing Australia in a Ford FG X Falcon.

Contents

1 Teams and drivers
2 Calendar
3 Series standings

3.1 Points system
3.2 Points standings

4 See also
5 References
6 External links

Teams and drivers[edit]

Garry Jacobson won the series for Prodrive Racing Australia in a Ford FG X Falcon.

Andrew Jones placed sixth for Brad Jones Racing in a Holden VF Commodore.

Paul Dumbrell placed seventh for Eggleston Motorsport in a Holden VE Commodore.

Alex Rullo placed 17th for Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport in a Holden VF Commodore.

The following teams and drivers competed in the series.[1]

Team
Vehicle
No.
Driver
Rounds

Image Racing
Ford FG Falcon
2
Dan Day
1–3

10
Steve Owen
1

Dean Fiore
2

Garry Hills
3

58
Ryal Harris
6

98
Renee Gracie
7

Prodrive Racing Australia
Ford FG X Falcon
5
Jack Le Brocq
All

6
Garry Jacobson
All

Brad Jones Racing
Holden VF Commodore
8
Andrew Jones
All

14
Macauley Jones
All

21
Josh Kean
All

Matt Stone Racing
Ford FG Falcon
15
Adam Marjoram
All

Holden VF Commodore
35
Todd Hazelwood
All

MW Motorsport
Ford FG Falcon
16
Bryce Fullwood
All

26
Shae Davies
1–6

28
Jesse Dixon
1

Chelsea Angelo[2]
5-7

Matt Chahda Motorsport
Ford FG Falcon
18
Matt Chahda
All

Dragon Motor Racing
Garry Rogers Motorsport
Holden VE Commodore
34
Chelsea Angelo
1–3

Holden VF Commodore
44
Richard Muscat
All

99
James Golding
All

Eggleston Motorsport
Holden VE Commodore
38
Liam McAdam
1–3, 5

Taz Douglas
4, 7

54
Taz Douglas[3]
2–3, 5–6

Grant Denyer
6

88
Paul Dumbrell
1–6

THR Developments
Holden VE Commodore
45
Taz Douglas
1

STR Motorsport
Ford FG Falcon
48
Mathew Palmer
All

Drew Russell
6

Kostecki Brothers Racing
Holden VF Commodore
55
Kurt Kostecki
1–3, 5–7

56
Jake Kostecki
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Multiple integral

Part of a series of articles about

Calculus

Fundamental theorem

Limits of functions
Continuity

Mean value theorem
Rolle’s theorem

Differential

Definitions

Derivative (generalizations)

Differential

infinitesimal
of a function
total

Concepts

Differentiation notation
Second derivative
Third derivative
Change of variables
Implicit differentiation
Related rates
Taylor’s theorem

Rules and identities

Sum
Product
Chain
Power
Quotient
General Leibniz
Faà di Bruno’s formula

Integral

Lists of integrals

Definitions

Antiderivative
Integral (improper)
Riemann integral
Lebesgue integration
Contour integration

Integration by

Parts
Discs
Cylindrical shells
Substitution (trigonometric)
Partial fractions
Order
Reduction formulae

Series

Geometric (arithmetico-geometric)
Harmonic
Alternating
Power
Binomial
Taylor

Convergence tests

Summand limit (term test)
Ratio
Root
Integral
Direct comparison

Limit comparison
Alternating series
Cauchy condensation
Dirichlet
Abel

Vector

Gradient
Divergence
Curl
Laplacian
Directional derivative
Identities

Theorems

Divergence
Gradient
Green’s
Kelvin–Stokes

Multivariable

Formalisms

Matrix
Tensor
Exterior
Geometric

Definitions

Partial derivative
Multiple integral
Line integral
Surface integral
Volume integral
Jacobian
Hessian matrix

Specialized

Fractional
Malliavin
Stochastic
Variations

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Integral as area between two curves.

Double integral as volume under a surface z = 10 − x2 − y2/8. The rectangular region at the bottom of the body is the domain of integration, while the surface is the graph of the two-variable function to be integrated.

The multiple integral is a generalization of the definite integral to functions of more than one real variable, for example, f(x, y) or f(x, y, z). Integrals of a function of two variables over a region in R2 are called double integrals, and integrals of a function of three variables over a region of R3 are called triple integrals.[1]

Contents

1 Introduction
2 Mathematical definition

2.1 Properties
2.2 Particular cases

3 Methods of integration

3.1 Integrating constant functions
3.2 Use of symmetry
3.3 Normal domains on R2

3.3.1 x-axis
3.3.2 y-axis
3.3.3 Example
3.3.4 Normal domains on R3

3.4 Change of variables

3.4.1 Polar coordinates
3.4.2 Cylindrical coordinates
3.4.
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Eri Shingyōji

Eri Shingyōji (真行寺 恵里, Shingyōji Eri?), born February 10, 1974, in Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture, is a Japanese rock singer. IN MY DREAM, her first single, was featured as the opening theme of the anime Brain Powerd.

Contents

1 Discography

1.1 Singles
1.2 Albums

2 External links

Discography[edit]
Singles[edit]

05/21/1998 – IN MY DREAM
10/21/1998 – Ashita He No run away (明日へのrun away?, “Run away to tomorrow”)
05/21/1999 – Good Luck to You
11/20/1999 – Zettaizetsumei (絶体絶命?, “Driven to the wall”)
01/24/2001 – CRIME
2001 – gain
2001 – gain/grave
10/23/2002 – Boku Janakya (僕じゃなきゃ?, “Without Me”)

Albums[edit]

11/21/1998 – HARD VOLTAGE
01/21/2000 – Monkey on my back
02/21/2002 – POWER STRIP

External links[edit]

(Japanese)Official site
(Japanese)Official blog

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Jailor Gaari Abbayi

Jailor Gaari Abbayi

Audio Cover

Directed by
Sarath

Produced by
Dr. Venkata Raj Gopal

Written by
Paruchuri Brothers
(story / screenplay / dialogues)

Starring
Krishnam Raju
Jayasudha
Jagapati Babu
Ramya Krishna

Music by
Raj-Koti

Cinematography
N. Sudhakar Reddy

Edited by
Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao

Production
company

Sri Supraja Productions

Release date

14 May 1994 (1994-05-14)

Running time

126 minutes

Country
India

Language
Telugu

Jailor Gaari Abbayi (English: Jailor’s Son) is a 1994 Telugu, Action drama film, produced by Dr. Venkata Raj Gopal on Sri Supraja Productions banner, directed by. Starring Krishnam Raju, Jayasudha, Jagapati Babu, Ramya Krishna in the lead roles and music composed by Raj-Koti. The film was a Hit at the box-office.[1] Krishnam Raju won Nandi Award for Best Character Actor for this film.[2]

Contents

1 Plot
2 Cast
3 Crew
4 Soundtrack
5 Awards
6 Others
7 References

Plot[edit]
The film begins with Bapineedu (Captain Raju) a man with a cruel mentality stands in the city mayor elections. Gandhi Raju (Jaya Bhaskar) a labor union leader stands as his opponent, so Bapineedu brutally kills Gandhi Raju by his henchmen Ganapathi (Chalapathi Rao) in a marriage function. Jailor Chakrapani (Krishnam Raju) daringly catches Ganapathi and makes his imprisonment. Chakrapani leads a very happy life with his wife Savitri (Jayasudha), daughters Jyothi (Srikanya) & Bujji (Baby Nikhita), only thing that suffers him is his son Raja (Jagapathi Babu) is a vagabond who becomes a big headache to his father and the house becomes a huge battlefield every day with father & son’s quarrels. Raja falls in love with Vyjayanthi (Ramya Krishna) daughter of Ankineedu (Gokina Rama Rao) a multimillionaire, partner to Bapineedu.
Meanwhile, the time of elections Gandhi Raju’s seat is allocated to his wife Kasthuri (Siva Parvati) who has a maximum score to win on the sympathy basis. Now Bapineedu requires Ganapathi for making rigging and destruction in elections. So, Bapineedu reaches Chakrapani and offers him a huge amount of bribe to make an arrangement to escape Ganapathi from jail and he throws him out where Bapineedu develops enmity against Chakrapani. The election completes before counting Bapineedu decides to change ballot boxes and he is red-handedly caught by Lalitha (Rajitha) daughter of Gandhi Raju and Bapineedu’s son Vicky (Srihari) tries to kill Lalitha but she escapes with serious wou
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