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Anatoly Pokrovsky

Anatoly Pokrovsky
Анатолий Покровский

Born
November 21, 1930
Minsk, Byelorussian SSR

Residence
Moscow

Citizenship
Russian Federation

Nationality
Russian

Fields
Vascular surgery

Institutions
Vishnevsky Institute of Surgery of Russian Academy of
Medical Sciences

Alma mater
Voronezh Medical Institute

Doctoral advisor
Berezov Yu. E.

Anatoly Vladimirovich Pokrovsky (Belarusian: Анатоль Уладзіміравіч Пакроўскі; Russian: Анатолий Владимирович Покровский) is a prominent vascular surgeon widely recognized as a pioneer of vascular surgery in Russia. His comprehensive text, Clinical Angiology, is widely acknowledged as a definitive treatment of the discipline in Russia and CIS.
Positions[edit]

Chief of Vascular Surgery Department at Vishnevsky Institute of Surgery of Russian Academy of Medical Sciences
Head of the Department of Angiology and Vascular Surgery of Russian Medical Academy for Post-Graduate Education
Chief editor of “Angiology and vascular surgery” monthly journal (in Russian)
President of Russian Association of Angiologists and Vascular Surgeons
President of European Society for Vascular Surgery (in 2000)
Honorary member of American Association for Vascular Surgery[1]

References[edit]

^ РОЛЬ АКАДЕМИКА А.В. ПОКРОВСКОГО И ЕГО НАУЧНОЙ ШКОЛЫ В РАЗВИТИИ ОТЕЧЕСТВЕННОЙ АНГИОЛОГИИ И СОСУДИСТОЙ ХИРУРГИИ

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Champion Versions

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Champion Versions

EP by The Beta Band

Released
25 July 1997

Genre
Trip hop
Indie rock

Length
21:56

Label
Regal

Producer
The Beta Band

The Beta Band chronology

Champion Versions
(1997)
The Patty Patty Sound
(1998)

Champion Versions is the first release by The Beta Band, released in 1997 on 12″ vinyl only. The EP was later included in its entirety on the 1998 compilation The Three E.P.’s, along with The Patty Patty Sound and Los Amigos del Beta Bandidos.
Champion Versions, along with the other two original E.P.s from The Beta Band, long out of print on vinyl were re-issued as part of Record Store Day 2013.
The album cover references the design of King Tubby’s The Roots of Dub LP.
“Dry the Rain” ranked at number 57 in Pitchfork Media’s list of the Top 200 Songs of the 1990s.[1]
Track listing[edit]

“Dry the Rain” – 6:05
“I Know” – 3:58
“B+A” – 6:35
“Dogs Got a Bone” – 5:58

References[edit]

^ http://pitchfork.com/features/staff-lists/7851-the-top-200-tracks-of-the-1990s-100-51/5/

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The Beta Band

Gordon Anderson
Richard Greentree
Steve Duffield
Robin Jones
John Maclean
Steve Mason

Studio albums

The Beta Band
Hot Shots II
Heroes to Zeros

EPs

Champion Versions
The Patty Patty Sound
Los Amigos del Beta Bandidos

Compilation albums

The Three E.P.’s
The Best of The Beta Band

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Laskin

Look up laskin in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Laskin is a surname, and may refer to:

Bora Laskin, PC, CC, FRSC (1912–1984), a Canadian jurist, served on the Supreme Court of Canada
Daniel Laskin, an oral and maxillofacial surgeon and educator
John I. Laskin, judge of the Ontario Court of Appeal in Canada
Larissa Laskin, an American television actress
Saul Laskin (1918–2008), a Canadian politician
William Laskin, a Canadian luthier, musician and guitar maker

This page or section lists people with the surname Laskin. If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person’s given name(s) to the link.

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Eddie McCallion

Eddie McCallion

Personal information

Full name
Edward McCallion

Date of birth
(1979-01-25) 25 January 1979 (age 38)

Place of birth
Derry, Northern Ireland

Height
5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)

Playing position
Right back

Youth career

1995–1997
Oxford United Stars

1997–1998
Blackburn Rovers

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

1998–2012
Derry City
315
(3)

2012-2014
Glenavon
13
(0)

2014-2015
Bangor
5
(0)

National team

1998
Northern Ireland U21
1
(0)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Edward McCallion (born January 25, 1979), commonly known as Eddie McCallion, is a former association football defender from Derry, Northern Ireland.

Contents

1 Club career

1.1 Blackburn Rovers
1.2 Derry City
1.3 Glenavon
1.4 Bangor

2 International career
3 Honours
4 References
5 External links

Club career[edit]

McCallion stands in as captain of Derry City in the absence of Peter Hutton.

Blackburn Rovers[edit]
Having played with local Derry and District League club, Foyle Harps, as a youth from 1995, McCallion was spotted by Blackburn Rovers in 1997 and moved to the English club that same year. Spending just a year at Ewood Park, he never managed to break into the first-team whilst there.
Derry City[edit]
McCallion signed for his home town club from Blackburn Rovers in 1998 and made his debut away to Cork City on 6 September 1998. He was the first choice right-back and also performed at centre-back when required.
Dropped from the side for Damian Brennan at the start of the 2005 season, he fought his way back into the team and by the end of the season he was the first choice right-back, helping his club to a second-place finish in the league. He scored an important goal against Kildare County in the FAI Cup that same season and his overlapping runs offered Derry City FC another attacking option.
In 2003, Eddie McCallion had a daughter called Macy
McCallion often deputised in the role of captain when Peter Hutton was absent. McCallion had captained the side on 13 occasions by the end of the 2006 season – one of the most notable of these being Derry City’s UEFA Cup First Round 0-0 draw against Paris Saint-Germain at the Brandywell Stadium on 14 September 2006.
McCallion made 52 appearances in all competitions during the 2006 season, the most of any City player that season, and, once again, helped the club finish as runners-up in the league for a second season running, conso
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Sarada (1962 film)

Sarada

Directed by
K. S. Gopalakrishnan

Produced by
A. L. Srinivasan

Written by
K. S. Gopalakrishnan

Starring

S. S. Rajendran
C. R. Vijayakumari
M. R. Radha
S. V. Ranga Rao

Music by
K. V. Mahadevan

Cinematography
M. Karnan

Edited by
R. Devarajan

Production
company

ALS Productions

Release date

16 March 1962 (1962-03-16)

[1]

Running time

147 minutes

Country
India

Language
Tamil

Sarada is a 1962 Indian Tamil drama film directed by K. S. Gopalakrishnan in his directorial debut. The film was produced by A. L. Srinivasan under ALS Productions and stars S. S. Rajendran and C. R. Vijayakumari in the lead roles, while M. R. Radha, S. V. Ranga Rao and Asokan play pivotal roles. The film’s soundtrack and background score were composed by K. V. Mahadevan, while the lyrics for the songs were written by Kannadasan.
Karnan and R. Devarajan handled cinematography and editing respectively. The film was released on 16 March 1962 and became successful at the box office. The film was remade in Hindi as Suhagan (1964) and in Telugu as Sumangali (1965).

Contents

1 Cast
2 Production
3 Soundtrack
4 Release and reception
5 References
6 Bibliography
7 External links

Cast[edit]

S. S. Rajendran as Sambandham
C. R. Vijayakumari as Sarada
Pushpalatha as Uma
M. R. Radha as Panchanathan
S. V. Ranga Rao as Vaiyapuripillai
M. V. Rajamma
S. A. Ashokan
Sandhiya

Production[edit]
K. S. Gopalakrishnan who earlier worked as a scriptwriter for films like Deivapiravi and Padikkadha Medhai made his directorial debut with this film. He approached A. L. Srinivasan to produce the film based on the concept of protagonist’s sexual potency. Srinivasan liked the script and agreed to produce despite warned by friends not to produce the film on such bold concept.[2]
Soundtrack[edit]
The soundtrack was composed by K. V. Mahadevan and lyrics were written by Kannadasan.[3] The audio was released under the label Saregama.[4] The songs “Manamagale Marumagale” and “Oruthi Oruvanai” were well received.[2]

Track list

No.
Title
Singer(s)
Length

1.
“Manamakale Marumakale”  
L. R. Eswari
3.20

2.
“Koonthalukku”  
T. M. Soundarajan
3.08

3.
“Mella Mella”  
T. M. Soundarajan
3.18

4.
“Oruthi Oruvanai”  
P. B. Srinivas, P. Susheela
4.12

5.
“Thattu Thadumari”  
Seerkazhi Govindarajan, L. R. Eswari
3.45

Release and reception[edit]
The distributors expressed their doubts over the film after watching the film
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Sam Meston

Sam Meston

Personal information

Full name
Samuel Paul Meston

Born
(1882-11-19)19 November 1882
Islington, London, England

Died
6 January 1960(1960-01-06) (aged 77)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Batting style
Right-handed

Role
Batsman

Domestic team information

Years
Team

1907–1908
Essex

1906
Gloucestershire

Career statistics

Competition
FC

Matches
20

Runs scored
516

Batting average
15.63

100s/50s
1/0

Top score
130

Balls bowled
62

Wickets
1

Bowling average
65.00

5 wickets in innings
0

10 wickets in match
0

Best bowling
1/10

Catches/stumpings
11/0

Source: Cricinfo, 22 July 2013

Sam Meston (19 November 1882 – 9 January 1960) was an English cricketer. He played for Gloucestershire in 1906 and Essex between 1907 and 1908.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Sam Meston”. ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 2013-07-22. 

External links[edit]

Player profile: Sam Meston from ESPNcricinfo
Player profile: Sam Meston from CricketArchive

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Erlebach

A stone cellar near the desolated village of Erlebach

Erlebach was a village in Germany, founded in 1310 A D. It was destroyed by the East German authorities in 1986 as it stood too close to the Inner German border (part of the larger “Iron Curtain”), the border between the post-war states of East and West Germany. It lay in the extreme south of Thuringia in the district of Hildburghausen, only a few hundred metres away from the Thuringian-Bavarian border.[1]
In December 1986, the last family left the village. After that, all the houses were demolished and the land leveled. What remains is the village pond and a plaque on the old village site.
References[edit]

^ http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_pictures/8429885.stm

Norbert Klaus Fuchs: Billmuthausen – Das verurteilte Dorf. Greifenverlag zu Rudolstadt & Berlin, 2009,ISBN 978-3-86939-004-8
Norbert Klaus Fuchs: Das Heldburger Land–ein historischer Reiseführer; Verlag Rockstuhl, Bad Langensalza 2013, ISBN 978-3-86777-349-2

Coordinates: 50°15′10.88″N 10°47′07.51″E / 50.2530222°N 10.7854194°E / 50.2530222; 10.7854194

Authority control

WorldCat Identities
VIAF: 247403545
GND: 4751238-6

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1926 Campeonato de Portugal Final

1926 Campeonato de Portugal Final

Event
1925–26 Campeonato de Portugal

Belenenses
Marítimo

0
2

Date
6 June 1926

Venue
Campo do Ameal, Porto

Referee
José Guimarães (Porto)[1]

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1927 →

The 1926 Campeonato de Portugal Final was the final match of the 1925–26 Campeonato de Portugal, the 5th season of the Campeonato de Portugal, the Portuguese football knockout tournament, organized by the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF). The match was played on 6 June 1926 at the Campo do Ameal in Porto, and opposed Belenenses and Marítimo. Marítimo defeated Belenenses 2–0 to claim their first Campeonato de Portugal.[2]
Match[edit]
Details[edit]

Belenenses v Marítimo

6 June 1926

Belenenses
0 – 2
Marítimo

(Report)
José Fernandes  55′
Manuel Ramos  70′

Campo do Ameal, Porto
Referee: José Guimarães (Porto)[1]

Belenenses

Marítimo

GK

Francisco Assis

DF

Eduardo Azevedo

DF

Júlio Marques

MF

Augusto Silva (c)
 70′

MF

César de Matos

MF

José Almeida

FW

Rodolfo Faroleiro

FW

Silva Marques

FW

Alfredo Ramos

FW

Pepe

FW

Fernando António

Substitutes:

Manager:

Artur José Pereira

GK

Ângelo Ortega Fernandes

DF

António Sousa

DF

José Correia

MF

Domingos Vasconcelos (c)

MF

António Teixeira

FW

José Ramos

FW

Manuel Ramos

FW

Francisco Lopes

FW

José de Sousa

FW

António Alves

FW

José Fernandes

Substitutes:

Manager:

Francisco Ekker

1925–26 Campeonato de Portugal Winners

Marítimo
1st Title

Match officials

Assistant referees:
Fourth official:

Match rules

90 minutes.

References[edit]

^ a b “Marítimo 2-0 Belenenses”. ZeroZero. Retrieved 21 June 2014. 
^ “Taça de Portugal 1925/1926 – Final” [Cup of Portugal 1925/1926 – Final]. ForaDeJogo. Retrieved 21 June 2014. 

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Taça de Portugal

Campeonato de Portugal era, 1922–1938

Seasons

1922
1922–23
1923–24
1924–25
1925–26
1926–27
1927–28
1928–29
1929–30
1930–31
1931–32
1932–33
1933–34
1934–35
1935–36
1936–37
1937–38

Finals

1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938

Taça de Portugal era, 1938–present

Seasons

1938–39
1939–40
1940–41
1941–42
1942–43
1943–44
1944–45
1945–46
1946–47
1947–48
1948–
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La Mesa, California

For other uses, see La Mesa (disambiguation).

La Mesa, California

General law city[1]

City of La Mesa

Flag

Motto: “Jewel of the Hills”[2]

Location in San Diego County and the U.S. state of California

La Mesa, California

Location in the United States

Coordinates: 32°46′17″N 117°1′22″W / 32.77139°N 117.02278°W / 32.77139; -117.02278Coordinates: 32°46′17″N 117°1′22″W / 32.77139°N 117.02278°W / 32.77139; -117.02278

Country
 United States of America

State
 California

County
San Diego

Incorporated
February 16, 1912[3]

Government

 • Type
Council / manager[1]

 • Mayor
Mark Arapostathis[4]

 • Vice mayor
Bill Baber[4]

 • Councilmember
Kristine C. Alessio[4]

 • Councilmember
Ruth Sterling[4]

 • Councilmember
Guy McWhirter[4]

Area[5]

 • Total
9.116 sq mi (23.612 km2)

 • Land
9.076 sq mi (23.507 km2)

 • Water
0.040 sq mi (0.104 km2)  0.44%

Elevation[6]
528 ft (161 m)

Population (April 1, 2010)[7]

 • Total
57,065

 • Estimate (2013)[7]
58,642

 • Density
6,300/sq mi (2,400/km2)

Time zone
Pacific (UTC−8)

 • Summer (DST)
PDT (UTC−7)

ZIP codes
91941–91944

Area code
619

FIPS code
06-40004

GNIS feature IDs
1660859, 2411576

Website
cityoflamesa.com

La Mesa is a city in Southern California, located 9 miles (14 km) east of Downtown San Diego in San Diego County. The population was 57,065 at the 2010 census, up from 54,749 at the 2000 census. Its civic motto is “the Jewel of the Hills.”

Contents

1 History
2 Geography

2.1 Climate

3 Demographics

3.1 2010
3.2 2000
3.3 Current estimates

4 Arts and culture

4.1 Farmer’s Market
4.2 Flag Day Parade
4.3 La Mesa Walkway of the Stars
4.4 Oktoberfest
4.5 Back to the 50s Car Show
4.6 Sundays At Six
4.7 Other events
4.8 Grossmont Center

5 Government

5.1 City government
5.2 State and federal representation

6 Education

6.1 Elementary schools
6.2 Middle/junior high schools
6.3 High schools
6.4 K through 12

7 Notable people
8 See also
9 References
10 External links

History[edit]
La Mesa in Spanish means “the table”, or alternately “the plateau”, relating to its geography.[8] La Mesa was part of a larger tract, Mission San Diego de Alcalá, and was use
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Arvensis

Arvensis, a Latin adjective meaning in the fields, may refer to:

Acinos arvensis, the basil thyme, a species of plant of the genus Acinos
Agaricus arvensis, the horse mushroom, a mushroom of the genus Agaricus
Alauda arvensis, the skylark, a small passerine bird species
Anagallis arvensis, the scarlet pimpernel or red pimpernel, red chickweed, poorman’s barometer, shepherd’s weather glass
Anchusa arvensis, the small bugloss and annual bugloss, a plant species of the genus Anchusa
Anthemis arvensis, the corn chamomile or mayweed, scentless chamomile and field chamomile, anthémis des champs
Aphanes arvensis, the field parsley-piert, the western lady’s-mantle, the parsley breakstone, a species of the genus Aphanes
Bromus arvensis, the field brome, a grass species native to Europe and Asia
Buglossoides arvensis, a synonym for Lithospermum arvense
Calendula arvensis, the field marigold, a flowering plant species
Coleosporium sonchi-arvensis, a synonym for Coleosporium tussilaginis
Convolvulus arvensis, the field bindweed, a bindweed species native to Europe and Asia
Knautia arvensis, a species in the genus Knautia
Mentha arvensis, the field mint, the wild mint or the corn mint, a plant species with a circumboreal distribution
Myosotis arvensis, the field forget-me-not, a herbaceous annual plant species
Nigella arvensis, an annual plant species of the genus Nigella
Ononis arvensis, a herb species of the genus Ononis
Ranunculus arvensis, a plant species of the genus Ranunculus
Sherardia arvensis, the field madder, a flowering plant species
Sinapis arvensis, the wild mustard or charlock, a plant species
Sonchus arvensis, the corn sow thistle, dindle, field sow thistle, gutweed, swine thistle, tree sow thistle or field sowthistle, a plant species
Spergula arvensis, the corn spurry
Torilis arvensis, a species of flowering plant in the parsley family known by the common names common hedge parsley and spreading hedge parsley
Veronica arvensis, the corn speedwell, common speedwell, speedwell, rock Speedwell, wall Speedwell, a medicinal plant species and a noxious weed
Viola arvensis, the field pansy, a flowering plant species

See also[edit]

Arvense, a Latin word with the same meaning

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