Eutemnospondyli

Eutemnospondyli
Temporal range: Early Carboniferous – Early Cretaceous, 330–120 Ma
Possible descendant taxon Lissamphibia survives to present.

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Skeleton of Cacops

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Chordata

Order:
†Temnospondyli

Clade:
†Eutemnospondyli
Schoch, 2013

Genera

See text

Eutemnospondyli (meaning “true Temnospondyli”) is a clade of temnospondyl amphibians that includes most temnospondyls except edopoids. Eutemnospondyli was named by German paleontologist Rainer R. Schoch in 2013. He defined it as a stem-based taxon including all temnospondyls more closely related to Stereospondyli than to Edopoidea. In his phylogenetic analysis, Eutemnospondyli included dendrerpetontids and a clade he referred to as Rhachitomi. Rhachitomi is defined to include four major and well-supported clades of temnospondyls: Dvinosauria, Eryopidae, Stereospondyli and a clade formed by Zatracheidae and Dissorophoidea. Below is a cladogram from Schoch’s analysis:[1]

Temnospondyli

Edopoidea

Eutemnospondyli

“Dendrerpetontidae”

Rhachitomi

Dvinosauria

Zatracheidae

Dissorophoidea

Eryopiformes

Eryopidae

Stereospondylomorpha

Sclerocephalus

Glanochthon

Archegosaurus

Australerpeton

Stereospondyli

Rhinesuchidae

Lydekkerina

Capitosauria

Trematosauria

References[edit]

^ Schoch, R. R. (2013). “The evolution of major temnospondyl clades: An inclusive phylogenetic analysis”. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology: 1–0. doi:10.1080/14772019.2012.699006. 

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Recea River (Râul Oii)

Recea River

River

Countries
Romania

Counties
Iaşi County

Tributaries

 - right
Broscăria

Villages
Stroeşti

Mouth
Râul Oii

The Recea River is a tributary of the Râul Oii in Romania.
References[edit]

Administrația Națională Apelor Române – Cadastrul Apelor – București
Institutul de Meteorologie și Hidrologie – Rîurile României – București 1971
Trasee turistice – județul Iași [1]

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Vimont (electoral district)

Vimont

Quebec electoral district

Provincial electoral district

Legislature
National Assembly of Quebec

MNA

 
 
 

Jean Rousselle
Liberal

District created
1980

First contested
1981

Last contested
2012

Demographics

Population (2001)
67,502

Electors (2012)[1]
44,024

Area (km²)[2]
44.9

Pop. density (per km²)
1,503.4

Census divisions
Laval

Census subdivisions
Laval

Vimont is a provincial electoral district in the Laval region of Quebec, Canada, that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It consists of part of the city of Laval.
It was created for the 1981 election from parts of Fabre and Mille-Îles electoral districts.
In the change from the 2001 to the 2011 electoral map, it lost much of its territory to the newly created Sainte-Rose electoral district, but gained some territory to the east from Mille-Îles.

Contents

1 Members of the National Assembly
2 Election results
3 References
4 External links
5 Neighbouring electoral districts

Members of the National Assembly[edit]

Jean-Guy Rodrigue, Parti Québécois (1981–1985)
Jean-Paul Théorêt, Liberal (1985–1989)
Benoît Fradet, Liberal (1989–1994)
David Cliche, Parti Québécois (1994–2002)
François Gaudreau, Action démocratique (2002–2003)
Vincent Auclair, Liberal (2003–2012)
Jean Rousselle, Liberal (2012–present)

Election results[edit]

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Quebec general election, 2012

Party
Candidate
Votes
%
∆%

Liberal
Jean Rousselle
12,973
37.48
-10.87

Parti Québécois
Linda Tousignant
10,564
30.52
-4.57

Coalition Avenir Québec
Christopher Skeete
8,544
24.68
+13.17

Québec solidaire
David Lanneville
1,373
3.97
+0.17

Option nationale
Catherine Houbart
688
1.99

Independent
Jean-Marc Boyer
253
0.73

Conservative
Alain Robert
219
0.63

Total valid votes
34,614
98.88

Total rejected ballots
393
1.12

Turnout
35,007
79.34

Electors on the lists
44,122

Liberal hold
Swing
-3.15

^ Change is from redistributed results. CAQ change is from ADQ.

Quebec general election, 2008

Party
Candidate
Votes
%
±

    
Liberal
Vincent Auclair
16,217
47.78
+11.81

Parti Québécois
Rachel Demers
12,257
36.11
+9.10

Action démocratique
Pierre Brien
3,932
11.58
-19.48

Québec solidaire
Audrey Boisvert
1,537
4.53
+2.43

Quebec

Ng (Arabic letter)

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Arabic alphabet

Arabic script

History
Transliteration
Diacritics
Hamza
Numerals
Numeration

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ڭ‎ is an additional letter of the Arabic script, derived from kāf (ك‎) with the addition of three dots above the letter. It is not used in the Arabic language itself, but is used to represent a velar /ŋ/ when writing Turkic languages. In Ottoman Turkish, it represented the palatal /ɲ/ which, before merging, was the velar /ŋ/.
Its initial and medial forms are identical to ݣ‎, which represents /ɡ/ in some languages. However, their final and isolated forms are different.

Position in word:
Isolated
Final
Medial
Initial

Glyph form:
ڭ‎
ـڭ‎
ـڭـ‎
ڭـ‎

Languages[edit]
The letter is used or has been used to write:

Chagatai
Kazakh
Kirghiz
Ottoman Turkish
Uyghur
Chinese written in Xiao’erjing
Amazigh written in Amazigh Arabic

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Gaf

Valea Neagră (Crasna)

Valea Neagră

River

Countries
Romania,,
Hungary

Counties
Satu Mare County,
Szabolcs-Szatmar-Bereg county

Tributaries

 - left
Berea

Villages
Foieni,
Urziceni

Mouth
Crasna

The Valea Neagră is a tributary of the Crasna river. It originates in Romania near the village of Foieni, crosses into Hungary north of Urziceni and finally joins the Crasna.
References[edit]

Administrația Națională Apelor Române – Cadastrul Apelor – București
Institutul de Meteorologie și Hidrologie – Rîurile României – București 1971

Maps[edit]

Harta județului Satu Mare [1]

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Heno Magee

Heno Magee

Born
1939
Dublin, Ireland

Died
27 December 2016
(aged 77)
Dublin, Ireland

Occupation
Playwright

Nationality
Irish

Genre
Plays

Notable works
Hatchet

Notable awards
Rooney Prize for Irish Literature
1976

Francis “Heno” Magee (1939 – 27 December 2016) was an Irish playwright best known for the play Hatchet. He was the recipient of the first Rooney Prize for Irish Literature, awarded in 1976. He died in Dublin on 27 December 2016 aged 77.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Dublin playwright Heno Magee dies aged 77”. RTE.ie. 28 December 2016. Retrieved 29 December 2016. 

External links[edit]

Heno Magee at The Gallery Press

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Recipients of the Rooney Prize for Irish Literature

Heno Magee (1976)
Desmond Hogan (1977)
Peter Sheridan (1978)
Kate Cruise O’Brien (1979)
Bernard Farrell (1980)
Neil Jordan (1981)
Medbh McGuckian/Special Prize: Seán Ó Tuama & Thomas Kinsella (1982)
Dorothy Nelson (1983)
Ronan Sheehan (1984)
Frank McGuinness (1985)
Paul Mercier (1986)
Deirdre Madden (1987)
Glenn Patterson (1988)
Robert McLiam Wilson (1989)
Mary Dorcey (1990)
Anne Enright (1991)
Hugo Hamilton (1992)
Gerard Fanning (1993)
Colum McCann (1994)
Philip MacCann (1995)
Mike McCormack (1996)
Anne Haverty (1997)
David Wheatley (1998)
Mark O’Rowe (1999)
Claire Keegan (2000)
Keith Ridgway (2001)
Caitríona O’Reilly (2002)
Eugene O’Brien (2003)
Claire Kilroy (2004)
Nick Laird (2005)
Philip Ó Ceallaigh (2006)
Kevin Barry (2007)
Leontia Flynn (2008)
Kevin Power (2009)
Leanne O’Sullivan (2010)
Lucy Caldwell (2011)
Nancy Harris (2012)
Ciarán Collins (2013)
Colin Barrett (2014)
Sara Baume (2015)
Doireann Ní Ghríofa (2016)

Dan Rooney
Oscar Wilde Centre

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Mometa chlidanopa

Mometa chlidanopa

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Arthropoda

Class:
Insecta

Order:
Lepidoptera

Family:
Gelechiidae

Genus:
Mometa

Species:
M. chlidanopa

Binomial name

Mometa chlidanopa
Meyrick, 1927

Mometa chlidanopa is a moth of the Gelechiidae family. It was described by Meyrick in 1927. It is found in Uganda.[1][2]
The wingspan is about 17 mm. The forewings are purple-blackish, somewhat speckled ochreous-whitish and with the markings light yellow-ochreous, consisting of a streak from the middle of the base, upcurved beneath the costa to one-fourth, an irregular oblique transverse fasciate blotch in the middle of the disc not reaching the margins, a subtriangular spot on the costa at four-fifths, and a cloudy dot on the tornus opposite. The hindwings are grey.
The larvae feed on Hibiscus species.[3]
References[edit]

^ funet.fi
^ Afro Moths
^ Exot. Microlep. 3 (11): 351

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STCA

STCA may refer to:

Short Term Conflict Alert
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Olav Bolland

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Olav Bolland

Born
(1962-01-17) January 17, 1962 (age 55)
Ler  Norway

Nationality
Norwegian

Occupation
Head of Department of Energy and Process Engineering at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Professor in Energy and Process Engineering

Children
3

Olav Bolland (born 17 January 1962) is a Norwegian researcher and Professor in Energy and Process Engineering. His specialization is in thermal power generation, carbon capture and storage, particle technology and drying. He has been Head of the Department of Energy and Process Engineering [1] at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology – NTNU since 2009.

Career[edit]
Professor Bolland completed his MSc and PhD degrees in Mechanical Engineering at the Norwegian Institute of Technology (NTH), one of the precursors of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology – NTNU. From 1990 he was Associate Professor at NTNU until he was appointed Professor in 2002 at the Department of Energy and Process Engineering.
In 2003–2005 he contributed to the IPCC reports, the institution which was awarded the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize.[2] Professor Bolland was a lead author for the IPCC Special report on Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage.[3]
He was director of the Gas Technology Centre NTNU-SINTEF[4] from 2008 to 2009. He was Associate Editor of the International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control in the period 2006 to 2013.
Olav Bolland is a fellow of the Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences.[5]
Awards[edit]
In 2011, Olav Bolland was awarded the Statoil Annual Award for Outstanding Research for his work on enhancing carbon capture understanding and processes for reducing emissions.[6]
References[edit]

^ Website of the Department of Energy and Process Engineering
^ NTNUs fredsprisvinner (Universitetsavisa 16.10.2007) (In Norwegian)
^ The IPCC Special report
^ [1] the Gas Technology Centre NTNU-SINTEF
^ List of Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences’ members living in Norway (in Norwegian)
^ Anti-pollution efforts rewarded with research prize (Statoil.com 11.05.2011)

External links[edit]

NTNU’s information on Bolland
List of publications in Cristin
List of publications in Google Scholar

Laskar

Laskar may refer to:

Jacques Laskar, a French astronomer
Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Leşkər, Azerbaijan

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