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Sapins FC

Sapins FC

Full name
Sapins Football Club

Founded
2010

Ground
Stade Augustin Monédan de Sibang
Libreville, Gabon

Ground Capacity
7,000

Manager
Obame Bekouré

League
Gabon Championnat National D1

2013–14
5th

Sapins Football Club is a Gabonese football club based in Libreville, Gabon. The club playing in the highest level league of Gabon – Gabon Championnat National D1.
Current squad[edit]
As of 18 January 2015[1]
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.

Position
Player

1

GK
Eric Kwekeu

2

MF
Yann Mangonda

3

DF
Kwami Eninful

5

DF
Seck Mouanganga

6

DF
Soumaila Biyogo

7

FW
Dimitri Nzué

9

FW
Primael Maissa

10

MF
Vincent Orode Tchalla

11

FW
Junior Mwachukwu

12

DF
Thadée Evoungvoung

13

MF
Alphonse Ndong

14

MF
Hassane Priso

15

MF
Davy Guimambout

16

GK
Georges Afane

17

FW
Thierry Malcolm

18

MF
Fabrice Ondo

No.

Position
Player

19

FW
Hans Biveghe

20

DF
Maxime Hounton

21

DF
Jean Nzé Mba

22

GK
Mamadou Diop

24

DF
Mor Soumaré

25

MF
Françis Ndjeme

26

DF
Warren Moungoungou

27

MF
Mathieu Akame Ekang

28

DF
Jovanie Mezui

29

MF
Guy Reteno Elekana

30

GK
Cheick Ndiaye

31

FW
Naby Kamano

32

MF
Teddy Linganzu

33

MF
Latyr Touré

34

FW
Bercmance Mbina

35

FW
Arthur Weberdibongo Touré

References[edit]

^ FC Sapins – Effectif

External links[edit]

Profile

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Heritage University

This article is about the Yakima school. For the unaccredited California institution, see American Heritage University of Southern California.

Heritage University

Type
Private 4-year

Established
1907

President
Dr. John Bassett

Academic staff

190

Administrative staff

147

Undergraduates
862[1]

Postgraduates
476[1]

Location
Toppenish, Washington, United States

Campus
Rural: 23 acres

Website
www.heritage.edu

Heritage University (formerly named Holy Names College and Fort Wright College) is a higher education institution located in Toppenish, Washington, on the Yakama Indian Reservation. It offers associate’s, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees in a number of academic disciplines, including:

English
business administration
mathematics
computer science
chemistry
biology
social work
education

Contents

1 History
2 Cooperative agreements
3 References
4 External links

History[edit]
Founded in 1907 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary as Holy Names College in Spokane, Washington, the institution subsequently changed its name to Fort Wright College. In 1982, Fort Wright College moved its administration to Toppenish and was renamed Heritage College, which operated there and in Omak, while maintaining the Spokane campus. Five years later, the Spokane campus was closed.
A fire which started on July 8, 2012 destroyed the university’s oldest building, Petrie Hall.[2]
Cooperative agreements[edit]
Heritage University offers upper-division classes at three Washington community college campuses to allow students to work toward a four-year degree from Heritage. This cooperative program began in 1993 to allow holders of associate degrees from Big Bend Community College in Moses Lake to apply their credits toward a Heritage bachelor’s degree. Similar cooperative arrangements were established with Columbia Basin Community College in Pasco and Highline Community College in Seattle in 2003 and 2006, respectively.[3]
References[edit]

^ a b “University Facts”. Heritage University. Archived from the original on 2007-06-30. Retrieved 2007-09-09. 
^ Courtney, Ross (July 9, 2012). “Heritage University fire damage estimate at $2.8 million”. Yakima Herald-Republic. Retrieved July 10, 2012. [dead link]
^ “The Heritage Story”. Heritage University. Retrieved August 28, 2013. 

Heritage University: Bringing elite education to the most disadvantaged


External links[edit]

Official website

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Jagdstaffel 16

Jasta 16

The Pfalz D.IIIa of Vizefeldwebel Max Holtzem of Jasta 16

Active
1916–1918

Country
German Empire

Branch
Luftstreitkräfte

Type
Fighter squadron

Engagements
World War I

Royal Bavarian Jagdstaffel 16 was a “hunting group” (i.e., fighter squadron) of the Luftstreitkräfte, the air arm of the Imperial German Army during World War I.

Contents

1 History
2 Commanding officers (Staffelführer)
3 Duty stations (airfields)
4 Notable personnel
5 Aircraft operated
6 References

History[edit]
Royal Bavarian Jagdstaffel 16 was founded from two ad hoc predecessor units — a Bavarian reconnaissance unit, Flieger Abteilung 9, and Kampfeinsitzer-Kommando Ensisheim. These two units were amalgamated on 16 October 1916, while posted in Armee-Abteilung B Sector. Oberleutnant Otto Deßloch commanded this nascent squadron the few days it took to be designated Jagdstaffel 16, on 1 November. By the time it disbanded just two years later, it had established its credentials as a balloon buster squadron, with an even two dozen enemy observation balloons destroyed, as well as 58 victories over enemy aircraft.[1]
Commanding officers (Staffelführer)[edit]

Paul Kremer: 1 November 1916 – 8 July 1917
Heinrich Geigl: 18 July 1917 – 20 August 1917
Robert Dycke: 20 August 1917 – 1 December 1917
Heinrich Geigl: 1 December 1917 – 4 April 1918
Friedrich Ritter von Röth: 8 April 1918 – 9 September 1918
Rudolf Eck: 9 September 1918 – October 1918
Friedrich Ritter von Röth: October 1918 – 11 November 1918[2]
Albert Wilhelm Ferdinand Gröner, 1 November 1916 – 20 July 1917[3]

Duty stations (airfields)[edit]

Ensisheim: 16 October 1916 – 13 April 1917
Habsheim: 13 April 1917 – 6 May 1917
Château-Porcien: 7 May 1917 – 4 June 1917
Spincourt: 6 June 1917 – 20 October 1917
Erlon: 21 October 1917 – 23 November 1917
Mercy-le-Haute: 24 November 1917 – 4 February 1918
Aertrycke: 7 February 1918 – 14 March 1918
Le Cateau: 15 March 1918 – 20 March 1918
Foucaucourt: 21 March 1918 – 6 April 1918
St. Marguerite: 13 April 1918 – October 1918
Scheldewindeke: October 1918 – 11 November 1918[2]

Notable personnel[edit]

Ludwig Hanstein
Karl Odebrett
Otto Kissenberth
Theodor Rumpel[2]

Aircraft operated[edit]

Fokker E.III
Fokker E.IV
Fokker D.I
Fokker D.II
Pfalz D.II
Albatros D.III
Albatros D.V
Fokker Dr.I
Fokker D.VII[1]

References[edit]

^ a b Franks, Bailey & Guest (1993), p. 36.
^ a b c “Jasta 16”. The Aerodrome. 2015. Retr
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Gori Teri Aankhen…

Gori Teri Aankhen…

Studio album by Lucky Ali

Released
2001

Genre
World, Folk

Length
40:15

Label
Zee Records

Lucky Ali chronology

Aks
(2001)
Gori Teri Aankhen…
(2001)
Kabhi Aisa Lagta Hai
(2004)

Gori Teri Aankhen… is a studio album by Lucky Ali. The music of the album was composed by Lucky Ali. The album featured various artists. Lucky featured in 3 out of 8 songs of the album.[1]
Track listing[edit]
The album consists of eight songs:

Gori Teri Aankhen…
Duniya Choomegi Tere Kadam
Chali Chali Man Chali
Aaye Jabse Woh Meri Zindagi Mein
Dekho Yeh Jo Meri Hai Ada
Kuch Aisa Ho Woh Meri Zindagi
Aji Zara Baat Samjho Na
Dum Dum Diga Diga

See also[edit]

Lucky Ali discography

References[edit]

^ http://www.bluebeat.com/albums/41058/Gori-Teri-Aankhen…

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Studio albums

Sunoh
Sifar
Aks
Kabhi Aisa Lagta Hai
Xsuie
Raasta Man

Compilations

Get Lucky: Lucky Ali Greatest Hits
The Best of Lucky Ali
Lucky Ali: His Greatest Hits
I Love Lucky Ali
Bekarar
Lucky Ali: A Journey Through Music

Singles

Anjaani Raahon Mein
Gori Teri Aankhen…
Duniya Choomegi Tere Kadam
Chali Chali Man Chali
Hey Goodbye Nanba
Ek Pal Ka Jeena Recreated
Hum Mein Raftaar, Jeetein Baar Baar (Theme song of Indian Grand Prix)

Awards

Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer (2001)
Screen Award for Best Male Playback (2001)
Zee Cine Award for Best Playback Singer – Male (2001)
IIFA Award for Best Male Playback (2001)

Labels

Sony Music
T-Series Music
Universal Music
Zee Records
Crescendo Music
Lucky Ali Entertainment

Filmography

Chhote Nawab
Kunwara Baap
Yehi Hai Zindagi
Ginny Aur Johnny
Kitaab
Hamare Tumhare
Trikaal
Sur-The Melody of Life
Kaante
Love at Times Square
Kasak
Good Luck
Runway
Rock Shock

Soundtrack

Dushman Duniya Ka
Bhopal Express
Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai
Kaante
Boys
Chupke Se
Sye
Aayutha Ezhuthu
Anand
Yuva
The Film
Vellitherai
Kaalai
Bachna Ae Haseeno
Road, Movie
Paathshaala
Anjaana Anjaani
Dev S/O Mudde Gowda
Good Luck!
Velli Thirai
Kasak
Love at Times Square
Sur-The Melody of Life
Priyamaanavale
Ek Baap Chhe Bete

Television

Bharat Ek Khoj
Zara Hatke

Tours

Road Show Tour
Seher:Lucky Ali Concert

Other Albums

Gori Teri Aankhen…
Karaoke: Sing Along

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It’s a Bikini World

It’s a Bikini World

Theatrical release poster

Directed by
Stephanie Rothman

Produced by
Charles S. Swartz

Written by

Stephanie Rothman
Charles S. Swartz

Starring

Deborah Walley
Tommy Kirk
Bobby Pickett
Suzie Kaye
Jack Bernardi

Music by

Mike Curb
Bob Summers

Cinematography
Alan Stensvold

Edited by
Leo H. Shreve

Distributed by
Trans American

Release date

April 14, 1967 (1967-04-14)

Running time

86 minutes

Country
United States

Language
English

It’s a Bikini World is an American musical comedy film released in 1967 starring Tommy Kirk, Deborah Walley and Bobby “Boris” Pickett. The film features cameos by the music groups The Gentrys, The Animals, Pat & Lolly Vegas, The Castaways and R&B girl group The Toys. Featuring a pro-feminist plotline, it is the only film in the beach party genre to be directed by a woman (Stephanie Rothman).
This film, along with Catalina Caper (which also starred Tommy Kirk), is among the last beach party films. The mainstay of the once-popular genre was the series of films by American International Pictures (AIP), starting with the surprise hit Beach Party in 1963 and ending with The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini (a box-office flop) in 1966.
Although AIP picked up distribution, it was not an AIP film. It was actually produced and originally distributed by Trans American Films under the title The Girl in Daddy’s Bikini. A new 35mm print with this title was screened at the American Cinematheque in Hollywood on August 1, 2009.

Contents

1 Plot
2 Cast
3 Production
4 Music
5 Release
6 See also
7 References
8 External links

Plot[edit]
Young surfer Mike Samson (Tommy Kirk), the local beach jock, is quite the ladies’ man until he meets Delilah Dawes (Deborah Walley). At first, he tries to add her to his harem, but she rejects him because she finds him chauvinistic and shallow, so he disguises himself as a nerdy twin brother, “Herbert”.
In the meantime, publisher Harvey Pulp (Jack Bernardi) plans to start a new magazine called “Teen Scream”. He joins forces with “Daddy” (Sid Haig), car, surfboard, and skateboard customizer — and owner of local music club The Dungeon — to publicize the venture. Pulp and Daddy organize a series of contests, and Delilah competes against “Mike” with the encouragement of “Herbert” in various events, and loses each time. However, Mike finds that he is falling in love with her. Eventually, Delilah finds out about t
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Hay Stack Corner, Wisconsin

Unincorporated community

Hay Stack Corner, Wisconsin

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Coordinates: 45°38′55″N 90°52′33″W / 45.64861°N 90.87583°W / 45.64861; -90.87583Coordinates: 45°38′55″N 90°52′33″W / 45.64861°N 90.87583°W / 45.64861; -90.87583

Country
United States

State
Wisconsin

County
Sawyer

Elevation
1,401 ft (427 m)

Time zone
Central (CST) (UTC-6)

 • Summer (DST)
CDT (UTC-5)

Area code(s)
715 & 534

GNIS feature ID
1577633[1]

Hay Stack Corner is an unincorporated community in the town of Winter, Sawyer County, Wisconsin, United States. Hay Stack Corner is 13.5 miles (21.7 km) south-southeast of the village of Winter.
References[edit]

^ “Hay Stack Corner”. Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. 

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County seat: Hayward

City

Hayward

Villages

Couderay
Exeland
Radisson
Winter

Towns

Bass Lake
Couderay
Draper
Edgewater
Hayward
Hunter
Lenroot
Meadowbrook
Meteor
Ojibwa
Radisson
Round Lake
Sand Lake
Spider Lake
Weirgor
Winter

CDPs

Chief Lake
Little Round Lake
New Post
Reserve
Stone Lake‡

Unincorporated
communities

Draper
Edgewater
Hauer
Hay Stack Corner
Lemington
Loretta
Meteor
Northwoods Beach
Ojibwa
Oxbo
Phipps
Seeley
Weirgor
Wooddale
Yarnell

Indian
reservation

Lac Courte Oreilles‡

Footnotes

‡This populated place also has portions in an adjacent county or counties

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Lando (horse)

Lando

Sire
Acatenango

Grandsire
Surumu

Dam
Laurea

Damsire
Sharpman

Sex
Stallion

Foaled
23 January, 1990[1]

Country
Germany

Colour
Bay

Breeder
Gestut Hof Ittlingen

Owner
Gestut Haus Ittlingen

Trainer
Heinz Jentzsch

Record
23: 10-2-1

Earnings
€2,892,802

Major wins

Preis des Winterfavoriten (1992)
Deutsches Derby (1993)
Grosser Preis von Baden (1993, 1994)
Hansa Preis (1994)
Gran Premio del Jockey Club (1994)
Gran Premio di Milano (1995)
Preis der Privatbankiers Merck, Finck & Co (1995)
Japan Cup (1995)

Awards

German Horse of the Year (1994, 1995)
Timeform rating 125 (1993), 123 (1994), 128 (1995)[2]

Lando (23 January 1990 – 20 August 2013) was a German Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. He was twice named German Horse of the Year and set an earnings record for a horse trained in Germany. He was one of the best juveniles in Germany in 1990, winning the Preis des Winterfavoriten and went on to greater success in 1993 when he won the Deutsches Derby and the Grosser Preis von Baden. He continued to improve as a four-year-old, winning the Hansa Preis and a second Grosser Preis von Baden in Germany as well as the Gran Premio del Jockey Club in Italy. He had his best year in 1995 when he won the Gran Premio di Milano and the Preis der Privatbankiers Merck, Finck & Co before ending his career with a victory in the Japan Cup. In all, he won 10 of his 23 races, having competed in five different countries on three continents. After his retirement from racing he became a successful breeding stallion. He died in 2013 at the age of 23.

Contents

1 Background
2 Racing career

2.1 1992: two-year-old season
2.2 1993: three-year-old season
2.3 1994: four-year-old season
2.4 1995: five-year-old season

3 Stud record
4 Pedigree
5 References

Background[edit]
Lando was a “powerfully-built”[2] bay horse standing 16.1 hands high bred in Germany by Gestut Hof Ittlingen. He was sired by Acatenango, a three-time German Horse of the Year whose other progeny include the Prix du Jockey Club winner Blue Canari and the Hong Kong Vase winner Borgia.[3] His dam Laurea produced several other winners including the 1994 Deutsches Derby winner Laroche,[4] and was a daughter of the German 1,000 Guineas winner Licata.[5]
During his racing career, Lando carried the colours of Gestut Haus Ittlingen and was trained by Heinz Jentzsch.
Racing career[edit]
1992: two-year-old season[edit]
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Léon Lévy Brunswick

Léon-Lévy Brunswick

Born
20 April 1805
Paris

Died
29 July 1859(1859-07-29) (aged 54)
Le Havre

Occupation
Librettiste, journalist, writer, dramatist

Léon Lévy Brunswick (20 April 1805, in Paris – 29 July 1859, in Le Havre) was a French playwright. He started as a journalist before turning to theater. He is the author of many comedies with Jean-François Bayard, Louis-Émile Vanderburch, and Arthur de Beauplan such as Boccaccio, or the Prince of Palmero by Franz von Suppé.[1] But it is with Adolphe de Leuven that he is known for his greatest successes, notably booklets of comic operas by Adolphe Adam (Le Brasseur de Preston, Le Postillon de Lonjumeau, Le Roi d’Yvetot).[2] He has also published under the pseudonym of Leo Lhérie.[3]
Selected works[edit]

With Adolphe de Leuven: Le mariage au tambour. Comédie en trois actes, mêlée de chant. (Théâtre français en prose. Series 4, 8.) Velhagen & Klasing, Bielefeld 1855, OCLC 758710646.
With Adolphe de Leuven, Adolphe Adam, Carl Friedrich Wittmann: Der Postillon von Lonjumeau. Komische Oper in drei Aufzügen. (Reclams Universal-Bibliothek, 2749.; Opernbücher in Reclams Universal-Bibliothek, 12.; Reclams Universal-Bibliothek/Opernbücher, 12.) Reclam, Leipzig um 1920, OCLC 174800475.

References[edit]

^ Berliner Gramophone. “The Gramophone five inch Berliner records online catalogue”. Berliner Gramophone de 12,5 cm. Retrieved 19 August 2013. 
^ Operas, Arias, Composers. “Le Postillon Lonjumeau”. Bizreach.jp. Retrieved 19 August 2013.  CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link)
^ Poinsot, Edmond Antoine. “Dictionnaire des pseudonymes”. Internet Archive.org. Retrieved 19 August 2013. 

External links[edit]

Works by or about Léon Lévy Brunswick at Internet Archive

Authority control

WorldCat Identities
VIAF: 64136999
LCCN: n82237491
GND: 121683559
SUDOC: 032669771
BNF: cb129667834 (data)
BNE: XX1107536

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List of TNA X Division Champions

Two-time and current champion Trevor Lee

The TNA X Division Championship is a professional wrestling championship owned by the Total Nonstop Action (TNA) professional wrestling promotion. The title was created and debuted on June 19, 2002 at the taping of TNA’s second weekly pay-per-view (PPV) event.[1]
Title reigns are determined either by professional wrestling matches between wrestlers involved in pre-existing scripted feuds and storylines, or by scripted circumstances. Wrestlers are portrayed as either villains or heroes as they follow a series of tension-building events, which culminate in a wrestling match or series of matches for the championship. Title changes that happen on episodes of TNA’s primary television program, TNA Impact!, air on television two to nine days from the date the match was taped. Changes that happened on weekly PPV events aired either during a live broadcast or aired on taped delay up to seven days apart. The inaugural champion was A.J. Styles, who defeated Low Ki, Jerry Lynn, and Psicosis in a Four Way Double Elimination match on June 19, 2002 at the taping of TNA’s second weekly PPV event, which aired on June 26, 2002.[1][2] Chris Sabin currently holds the record for the most reigns, with eight.[2] At 301 days, Austin Aries’ first reign is the longest in the title’s history.[2] At less than one day, Eric Young’s only reign, Rockstar Spud’s second reign, and Sabin’s sixth reign are the shortest in the title’s history.[2]
The current champion is Trevor Lee who is in his second reign as champion.

Contents

1 Title history

1.1 Names
1.2 Reigns

2 Combined reigns
3 Footnotes
4 See also
5 References
6 External links

Title history[edit]
Names[edit]

Name
Years

NWA X Championship[1]
2002

NWA–TNA X Championship[1]
2002

NWA–TNA X Division Championship[2]
2003

TNA X Division Championship[2]
2003–present

Reigns[edit]
As of January 21, 2017.

Reign
The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed

Event
The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the titles were won

N/A
The information is not available or is unknown


Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign

+
Indicates the current reign is changing daily.

#
Wrestler
Reign
Date
Days held
Location
Event
Notes
Ref.

01 !1
Styles !A.J. Styles
01 !1
000000002002-06-19-0000June 19, 2002
7001490000000000000♠49
Alabama !Huntsville, Alabama
Weekly pay-per-view event #2 !Weekly pay-per-view event #2
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A stand-in for film and television is a person who substitutes for the actor before filming, for technical purposes such as lighting and camera setup.
Stand-ins are helpful in the initial processes of film and television production. The underlying problem is that quick-and-dirty consumer shortcuts (autofocus, deep focus, and relying on as-is location lighting) are simply insufficient to create the professional look which audiences expect from modern cinematography. Professional lighting and camera setup are always done manually and can be extremely time-consuming and tedious. Actors strongly prefer to be elsewhere during that time.[citation needed]
Stand-ins allow the director of photography to light the set and the camera department to light and focus scenes while the actors are absent. The director will often ask stand-ins to deliver the scene dialogue (“lines”) and walk through (“blocking”) the scenes to be filmed. In this way, a good stand-in can help speed up the day’s production and is a necessary and valuable cast member on a film.
Stand-ins are distinguished from body doubles, who replace actors on camera from behind, in makeup, or during dangerous stunts. Stand-ins do not appear on camera. However, on some productions the jobs of stand-in and double may be done by the same person. In rare cases, a stand-in will appear on screen, sometimes as an in-joke. For instance, the actress who pretends to be Ann Darrow in the stage show during the final act of King Kong (2005) is played by Naomi Watts’ stand-in, Julia Walshaw.
Stand-ins do not necessarily look like the actor, but they must have the same skin tone, hair color, height and build as the actor so that the lighting in a scene will be set up correctly. For example, if the lighting is set up with a stand-in shorter than an actor, the actor might end up having his or her head in relative darkness.
Stand-ins are also used for animated characters in a live-action film, sometimes with life-size character models, so that the animators know where to place their animation and how to make them move realistically, and for actors to know where to look. In these cases, skin tone and
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