Debatable Lands

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comprar indocin The Debatable Lands extended from the Solway Firth near Carlisle to Langholm in Dumfries and Galloway, the largest population centre being Canonbie. The lands included the baronies of Kirkandrews, Bryntallone and Morton.[1] They were around ten miles (16 km) long from north to south and four miles (6 km) wide. The boundaries were marked by the rivers Liddel and Esk in the east and the River Sark in the west. For over three hundred years they were effectively controlled by local clans, such as the Armstrongs, who successfully resisted any attempt by the Scottish or English governments to impose their authority. In his history of the Border Reivers (The Steel Bonnets (1971)), George Macdonald Fraser says that the Armstrongs alone could put 3,000 men in the field. They launched frequent raids on farms and settlements outside the Debatable Lands, the profits enabling them to become major landowners. Other clans in the area were the Elwands, Ellwoods, or Elliots who extended into Teviotdale; the Nixons who were more numerous in Cumberland; the Crossars in Upper Liddesdale, with their chief stronghold in Riccarton/Riccarton Mill (Rickerton, forms of Richardtown) Northern/Upper Liddesdale (listed in valleys of Liddesdale as locus/locality of Croyser 1376) of Hudhouse also located nearby on Liddel (It is a mistake to suppose they settled in Debatable lands on the lower Liddel though at Riccarton, and Hudhouse they were on the upper end of the Liddel Water.)[3]and the Grahams, who owned five towers in the Debatable Land. The Irvings, Olivers, Bells, Dicksons, and Littles were also present in varying numbers.[1]
In 1530, King James V took action against the lawless clans of the Debatable Lands and imprisoned the Lords Bothwell, Maxwell and Home,

1999 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships – Women’s 100 metre backstroke

günstig kaufen betoptic at the 1999 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships

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August 23, 1999 (heats &
semifinals)
August 24, 1999 (final)

Competitors
20 from 8 nations

Winning time
1:01.51

Medalists

 
Dyana Calub
   Australia

 
Mai Nakamura
   Japan

 
Barbara Bedford
   United States

← 1997
2002 →

1999 Pan Pacific
Swimming Championships
Sydney, Australia

Freestyle

50 m
 
men
 
women

100 m

men

women

200 m

men

women

400 m

men

women

800 m

women

1500 m

men

Backstroke

100 m

men

women

200 m

men

women

Breaststroke

100 m

men

women

200 m

men

women

Butterfly

100 m

men

women

200 m

men

women

Individual medley

200 m

men

women

400 m

men

women

Freestyle relay

4×100 m

men

women

4×200 m

men

women

Medley relay

4×100 m

men

women

The women’s 100 metre backstroke competition at the 1999 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships took place on August 23–24 at the Sydney International Aquatic Centre.[1] The last champion was Mai Nakamura of Japan.[2]
This race consisted of two lengths of the pool, all in backstroke.[3]

Contents

1 Records
2 Results

2.1 Heats
2.2 Semifinals
2.3 Final

3 References

Records[edit]
Prior to this competition, the existing world and Pan Pacific records were as follows:

World record
 He Cihong (CHN)
1:00.16
Rome, Italy
September 10, 1994

Pan Pacific Championships record
 Janie Wagstaff (USA)
1:01.00
Edmonton, Canada
August 22, 1991

Results[edit]
All times are in minutes and seconds.

KEY:
q
Fastest non-qualifiers
Q
Qualified
CR
Championships record
NR
National record
PB
Personal best
SB
Seasonal best

Heats[edit]
The first round was held on August 23.[1]

Rank
Name
Nationality
Time
Notes

1
Noriko Inada
 Japan
1:02.14
Q

2
Mai Nakamura
 Japan
1:02.49
Q

3
Barbara Bedford
 United States
1:02.57
Q

4
Erin Gammel
 Canada
1:02.85
Q

5
Dyana Calub
 Australia
1:03.18
Q

6
Elli Overton
 Australia
1:03.19
Q

7
Miki Nakao
 Japan
1:03.24
Q

8
Kelly Stefanyshyn
 Canada
1:03.60
Q

9
Charlene Wittstock
 South Africa
1:03.72
Q

10
Giaan Rooney
 Australia
1:03.73
Q

11
Danielle Lewis
 Australia
1:03.77
Q

12
Lia Oberstar
 United States
1:03.95
Q

13
Choi Soo-min
 South Korea
1:04.20
Q

14
Nikki Tann
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Hicks Ridge

Hicks Ridge (71°9′S 162°40′E / 71.150°S 162.667°E / -71.150; 162.667Coordinates: 71°9′S 162°40′E / 71.150°S 162.667°E / -71.150; 162.667) is a rugged ridge located between Mount Soza and Morley Glacier in the Explorers Range of the Bowers Mountains in Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was first mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy air photos, 1960–62, and was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Thomas Hicks, U.S. Navy, a cook with the McMurdo Station winter party, 1967. The ridge lies situated on the Pennell Coast, a portion of Antarctica lying between Cape Williams and Cape Adare.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Hicks Ridge”. Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2012-06-16. 

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A Ship Is Born

A Ship Is Born

Directed by
Jean Negulesco

Produced by
Gordon Hollingshead

Written by
Owen Crump

Starring
Knox Manning

Music by
William Lava

Release date

1942 (1942)

Running time

22 minutes

Country
United States

Language
English

A Ship Is Born is a 1942 short propaganda film produced by Warner Bros. about the U.S. Merchant Marine. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary in 1943.[1]
See also[edit]

List of Allied propaganda films of World War II

References[edit]

^ http://www.imdb.com/event/ev0000003/1943 Awards for 1943

External links[edit]

A Ship Is Born at the Internet Movie Database
The short film A Ship Is Born (1942) is available for free download at the Internet Archive

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2016–17 Connecticut Huskies women’s basketball team

2016–17 Connecticut Huskies women’s basketball

Conference
American Athletic Conference

Ranking

Coaches
No. 1

AP
No. 1

2016–17 record
23–0 (11–0 The American)

Head coach
Geno Auriemma (32nd year)

Associate head coach
Chris Dailey

Assistant coach
Shea Ralph

Assistant coach
Marisa Moseley

Home arena
Harry A. Gampel Pavilion
XL Center

Seasons

« 2015–16
2017–18 »

2016–17 American Athletic Conference women’s basketball standings

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Overall

Team
W
 
L
 
PCT
 
 
W
 
L
 
PCT

#1 Connecticut
11

0
 
1.000
 
 
23

0
 
1.000

#22 South Florida
7

2
 
.778
 
 
18

4
 
.818

Temple
7

2
 
.778
 
 
17

5
 
.773

Tulane
6

4
 
.600
 
 
15

8
 
.652

Cincinnati
5

5
 
.500
 
 
14

9
 
.609

SMU
4

6
 
.400
 
 
13

10
 
.565

Memphis
4

6
 
.400
 
 
11

12
 
.478

Tulsa
4

6
 
.400
 
 
8

15
 
.348

UCF
3

6
 
.333
 
 
13

9
 
.591

Houston
2

8
 
.200
 
 
9

14
 
.391

East Carolina
1

9
 
.100
 
 
10

13
 
.435

† American Tournament winner
As of February 8, 2017; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2016–17 Connecticut Huskies women’s basketball team will represent the University of Connecticut (UConn) during the 2016–17 NCAA Division I women’s basketball season. The Huskies, led by Hall of Fame head coach Geno Auriemma, in his 32nd season at UConn, will play their home games at Harry A. Gampel Pavilion and the XL Center and are fourth year members of the American Athletic Conference.

Contents

1 Media
2 Off-season

2.1 Departures
2.2 Incoming Transfers
2.3 Recruits

3 Roster
4 Games

4.1 Exhibition

4.1.1 IUP
4.1.2 Pace

4.2 Regular Season

4.2.1 Florida State (away)
4.2.2 Baylor (home)
4.2.3 LSU (away)
4.2.4 Dayton (home)
4.2.5 Chattanooga (home)
4.2.6 DePaul (home)
4.2.7 Texas (neutral)
4.2.8 Notre Dame (away)
4.2.9 Kansas State (away)
4.2.10 Ohio State (home)
4.2.11 Nebraska (away)
4.2.12 Maryland (away)
4.2.13 UCF (away)
4.2.14 East Carolina (home)
4.2.15 South Florida (home)
4.2.16 SMU (away)
4.2.17 Tulsa (away)
4.2.18 Tulane (home)
4.2.19 East Carolina (away)
4.2.20 Houston (home)
4.2.21 Temple (away)
4.2.22 Tul
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Canon-McMillan School District

Canon-McMillan School District

Commitment To Excellence

Address

One North Jefferson Avenue
Canonsburg, Pennsylvania 15317
United States

Information

Type
Public

Established
1954

Superintendent
Michael Dainels

Grades
K-12

Enrollment
5168

 • Kindergarten
355

 • Grade 1
397

 • Grade 2
358

 • Grade 3
359

 • Grade 4
346

 • Grade 5
373

 • Grade 6
363

 • Grade 7
390

 • Grade 8
317

 • Grade 9
402

 • Grade 10
335

 • Grade 11
389

 • Grade 12
361

Color(s)
Blue and Gold

Fight song
Victory March

Athletics conference
WPIAL, PIAA

Mascot
Scottish Highlander

Nickname
Big Macs

Newspaper
CM Times

Yearbook
Elmanac

Website
http://www.cmsd.k12.pa.us/

The Canon-McMillan School District is a public school district covering the Borough of Canonsburg and Cecil Township and North Strabane Township in Washington County, Pennsylvania. The district operates one High School (9th-12th), one Middle School (7th-8th), two Intermediate Schools (5th-6th) and seven Elementary Schools (K-4th).

Contents

1 District information
2 History
3 Schools
4 Governance
5 Academic achievement

5.1 Graduation rate
5.2 High school

5.2.1 Graduation requirements

5.3 Dual enrollment
5.4 Middle school

6 Special education

6.1 Gifted education

7 Budget

7.1 State basic education funding

7.1.1 Accountability Block Grants
7.1.2 Classrooms for the Future grant

7.2 Federal Stimulus funding

7.2.1 Race to the Top grant

7.3 Common Cents state initiative

8 Real estate taxes

8.1 Act 1 Adjusted index

9 References
10 External links

District information[edit]
The Canon-McMillan School District is the largest school district in Washington County in terms of enrollment, and is in division AAAAAA WPIAL for most of its athletic programs. The district’s mascot is the “Big Mac”, similar to another common mascot called a Highlander which is typically displayed as a soldier of a Scottish regiment. Canon-McMillan’s school colors are blue and gold, while the alternate colors are white and black. Notable persons have attended district schools such as New York Giants’ superstar running back Doug Kotar, local singer Bobby Shawn and U.S Soccer goalkeeper Archie Strimel. Their Varsity softball team won the PIAA State Championship in 2013, and WPIAL Championship in 2012 & 2013. Their Varsity
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She’s So High (Tal Bachman song)

For the Blur song, see She’s So High (Blur song).

“She’s So High”

Single by Tal Bachman

from the album Tal Bachman

B-side
“Angeline”
“Superstar”
“Guilty”

Released
April 14, 1999

Format
CD
Cassette

Recorded
1998

Genre
Pop rock, power pop

Length
3:44

Label
Sony Music Entertainment

Writer(s)
Tal Bachman

Producer(s)
Tal Bachman, Bob Rock

Tal Bachman singles chronology

“She’s So High”
(1999)
“If You Sleep”
(1999)

“She’s So High” is a pop rock song written and performed by Canadian singer-songwriter Tal Bachman. It was released as a single in 1999 from his eponymous album. The song won a BMI award[1] and a Juno Award for Best Producer.[2] Parent album Tal Bachman did particularly well, in the U.S. reaching the #1 spot on Billboard’s ‘Heatseekers’ chart.[3]
The song did particularly well in the U.S.; for example, it reached the #1 spot of Billboard’s ‘Adult Top 40’ chart. The American media group Allmusic named it an ‘album pick’.[3]

Contents

1 Background and writing
2 Music video
3 Track listings
4 Chart performance

4.1 Peak positions
4.2 End-of-year charts

5 Kurt Nilsen version

5.1 Track listings
5.2 Chart performance

6 Other cover versions
7 References
8 External links

Background and writing[edit]
Bachman wrote the song about an experience that he had in high school when he was trying to get a girl to date his stepbrother.[4] “I attempted to bribe the hottest girl in our high school to go out on a date with [my stepbrother],” Bachman told MTV News. “So as the conversation between me and what I thought was this godly, exalted woman progressed, I began to feel more and more uncomfortable and awkward, and so I just remember that feeling… I don’t want to say fear, but just kind of being in awe of her.”[4]
Music video[edit]
The official music video features Yvonne Sciò dressed in angel’s wings and World War II-era headgear, a leather pilot cap with aviator’s goggles.[5]
Track listings[edit]
All songs written and composed by Tal Bachman.

CD single

Europe: Columbia / COL 666441 1

No.
Title
Length

1.
“She’s So High”
3:44

2.
“Angeline”
3:43

Europe: Columbia / COL 666441 2

No.
Title
Length

1.
“She’s So High”
3:44

2.
“Angeline”
3:43

3.
“Superstar”
2:53

4.
“Guilty”
3:31

Cassette single (Plays same both sides)

UK: Columbia / 667993 4

No.
Title
Length

1.
“She’s So High”
3:44

2.
“Guilty”
3:31

CD single

UK: Columbia / 667993 2

No.
Title
Length

1.
“She’s So High”
3:44

Mountain Meadow Farm

Mountain Meadow Farm

U.S. National Register of Historic Places

Mountain Meadow Farm barn, December 2009

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Location
Harvey’s Bridge Rd., Newlin Township, Pennsylvania

Coordinates
39°56′0″N 75°44′48″W / 39.93333°N 75.74667°W / 39.93333; -75.74667Coordinates: 39°56′0″N 75°44′48″W / 39.93333°N 75.74667°W / 39.93333; -75.74667

Area
2 acres (0.81 ha)

Built
c. 1800, 1860

Architectural style
Georgian

MPS
West Branch Brandywine Creek MRA

NRHP Reference #
85002373[1]

Added to NRHP
September 16, 1985

Mountain Meadow Farm is a historic home and barn located in Newlin Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. The house was built about 1800, and is a two-story, brick dwelling with basement and attic in the Georgian style. A rear addition was built in 1951. It has a gable roof, full width front porch, and double-door facade. The large stone and frame bank barn was built about 1860.[2]
It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.[1]
References[edit]

^ a b National Park Service (2010-07-09). “National Register Information System”. National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
^ “National Historic Landmarks & National Register of Historic Places in Pennsylvania” (Searchable database). CRGIS: Cultural Resources Geographic Information System.  Note: This includes M.L. Wolf (1984). “Pennsylvania Historic Resource Survey Form: Mountain Meadow Farm” (PDF). Retrieved 2012-12-16. 

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Jeon Yun-su

Not to be confused with Jeong Yoon-soo (정윤수), born 1962, also a South Korean film director

This is a Korean name; the family name is Jeon.
Jeon Yun-su (Hangul: 전윤수) (born March 5, 1971 in Seoul) is a South Korean film director and scriptwriter.
Filmography[edit]
As director:

Summer Snow (2015)
Portrait of a Beauty (2008)
Le Grand Chef (2007)
My Girl and I (2005)
Kiss Me Much (2001)

External links[edit]

note: as of February 2015, Jeon Yun-su does not have an IMDb entry. His films are erroneously listed under the Jeong Yoon-soo entry
Jeon Yun-su at the Korean Movie Database
Jeon Yun-su at HanCinema
Jeon Yun-su at Korean Film Biz Zone
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Massacra

This article is about death metal band from France. For death metal band from USA, see Massacre (metal band).

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Massacra

Origin
Franconville, Val-d’Oise, Île-de-France, France

Genres
Death metal, thrash metal, alternative metal

Years active
1986–1997

Labels
Shark, Phonogram, Vertigo, Rough Trade

Associated acts
Zero Tolerance

Massacra was one of France’s leading death/thrash metal bands in the early nineties.
After recording three demos in the 1980s, they finally landed a deal with Shark Records from Germany, and released their famous debut, Final Holocaust in 1990. Unfortunately, they found themselves at odds with the label’s trend-following attitude and after two successful albums, Enjoy the Violence and Signs of the Decline, they terminated their contract in 1993.
They signed a new deal with the major label Phonogram. The band decided not to rehash the same songs over and over on later releases—by the time of their fourth album (1994’s Sick) the band had transformed rather remarkably to a groove-laden mid-paced thrash album, sounding at times almost like recent Metallica musically, with the vocals more along the lines of a more aggressive Ron Broder of Coroner. An interesting listen, but doubtless a disappointment to early fans of the group expecting more death/thrash metal.
The band broke up after guitarist Fred Duval died of skin cancer on 6 June 1997 at the age of 29. Some members of the band went on to form an industrial side project called Zero Tolerance in 1996, and released one album through Active Records.
Discography[edit]

Legion of Torture (demo, 1987)
Final Holocaust (demo, 1988)
Nearer from Death (demo, 1989)
Final Holocaust (1990)
Enjoy the Violence (1991)
Signs of the Decline (1992)
Sick (1994)
Humanize Human (1995)
Apocalyptic Warriors, Pt. 1 (compilation, 2000)

Members[edit]

Vocals, guitars: Fred “Death” Duval 1986–1997
Guitars: Jean-Marc Tristani 1986–1997
Bass: Pascal Jorgensen 1986–1997
Drums: Chris Palengat 1988–1991
Drums: Matthias Limmer 1992–1994
Drums: Björn Crugger 1995–1997

Authority control

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