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Alieu is a West African male given name, which means “strong” and has its origins with the Fula people.[citation needed] It was a common name in the Fulani royal families and used to be reserved for royalty. This practice has continued in many Fulani clans today, most notably the Barry, Bah and Jallow clans. Alieu is a traditional male name in Gambia.[1] The name may refer to:

Alieu Badara Saja Taal (1944–2014), Gambian academic and politician
Alieu Darbo (born 1992), Gambian soccer player
Alieu Njie (born 1955), American soccer player
Alieu Touray-Saidy (born 1976), Gambian soccer player

References[edit]

^ The Gambia Resource Page. “Traditional Names”. Retrieved on 10 January 2016.

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Women’s giant slalom
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games

Venue
Rosa Khutor Alpine Resort
Krasnaya Polyana, Russia

Date
18 February 2014

Competitors
90 from 48 nations

Winning time
2:36.87

Medalists

01 !

Tina Maze
 Slovenia

02 !

Anna Fenninger
 Austria

03 !

Viktoria Rebensburg
 Germany

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Alpine skiing at the
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Combined
 
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men

women

Slalom

men

women

Super-G

men

women

The Women’s giant slalom competition of the Sochi 2014 Olympics was held at the Rosa Khutor Alpine Resort near Krasnaya Polyana, Russia, on Tuesday, 18 February.[1]
The race was won by Tina Maze of Slovenia, who won silver in 2010 at Vancouver. This was her second Olympic gold in Sochi, following the gold in downhill, and fourth career Olympic medal.[2] The silver was won by Anna Fenninger of Austria, and the defending Olympic champion, Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany, was third.[3] Elisabeth Görgl, who won bronze in Vancouver, finished 11th. Among other competitors, some media attention was directed at Vanessa-Mae of Thailand, the last of the finishers. The London-raised pop violinist was over fifty seconds behind Maze.[4]
Both runs were moved up 90 minutes the day prior in anticipation of deteriorating weather. The starting gate at 1,365 m (4,478 ft) had a varying snow/rain mix with temperatures right around freezing – 0 °C (32 °F) – with rain at the finish and a vertical drop of 400 m (1,312 ft).[3] Maze was first out of the gate and posted the best morning time on the clean course. Mid-course fog briefly delayed the start of the afternoon session as the mix changed to snow at the start. Last on the course, Maze posted the 11th best time in the second run to hold on for the gold, just 0.07 seconds ahead of Fenninger.[2][3]
Results[edit]
The first run was started at 09:30 and the second run at 13:00.[3]

Rank
Bib
Name
Nation
Run 1
Rank
Run 2
Rank
Total
Behind

01 !
1
Tina Maze
 Slovenia
1:17.88
1
1:18.99
11
2:36.87

02 !
5
Anna Fenninger
 Austria
1:18.73
4
1:18.21
3
2:36.94
+0.07

03 !
7
Viktoria Rebensburg
 Germany
1:19.24
6
1:17.90
1
2:37.14
+0.27

04 !4
10
Nadia Fanchini
 Italy
1:18.53
3
1:18.72
7
2:37.25
+0.38

05 !5
6
Mikaela Shiffrin
 United States
1:18.79
5
1:18.58
6
2:37.37
+0.50

06 !6
9
Maria Pietilä-Holmner
 Sweden
1:19.45
7
1:18.37
5
2:37.82
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Wilf Burrows

Personal information

Full name
Wilfred Burrows[1]

Date of birth
(1902-02-16)16 February 1902[1]

Place of birth
Castleford, West Riding of Yorkshire, England[1]

Date of death
July 1985 (aged 83)[2]

Place of death
Leeds, England[2]

Height
5 ft 9.5 in (1.77 m)[3]

Playing position
Goalkeeper

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

Castleford Town

Selby Town

1926–1931
Tranmere Rovers
49
(0)

1931–1933
Wrexham
28
(0)

1933–1934
York City
3
(0)

1934
Bangor City

1934–
Bury
0
(0)

Colwyn Bay United

Shrewsbury Town

Total

80
(0)

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

Wilfred “Wilf” Burrows (16 February 1902 – July 1985) was an English professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper in the Football League for Tranmere Rovers, Wrexham and York City, in non-League football for Castleford Town, Selby Town, Bangor City, Colwyn Bay United and Shrewsbury Town, and was on the books of Bury without making a league appearance.[1][3]
References[edit]

^ a b c d Joyce, Michael, ed. (2004). Football League Players’ Records 1888 to 1939. Nottingham: SoccerData. p. 44. ISBN 978-1-899468-67-6. 
^ a b Peter Jones & Gareth M. Davies (1999). The Racecourse Robins: From Adams To Youds. p. 45f. ISBN 0-9524950-1-5. 
^ a b Jarred, Martin; Windross, Dave (1997). Citizens and Minstermen, A Who’s Who of York City FC 1922–1997. Selby: Citizen Publications. p. 18. ISBN 978-0-9531005-0-7. 

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Diocese of San Juan de Calama
Sancti Ioannis Calamensis
Diócesis de San Juan Bautista de Calama

Location

Country
Chile

Ecclesiastical province
Antofagasta

Metropolitan
Antofagasta

Statistics

Area
43,000 km2 (17,000 sq mi)

Population
- Total
- Catholics
(as of 2014)
191,000
150,300 (78.7%)

Information

Rite
Latin Rite

Established
21 July 1965 (51 years ago)

Cathedral
Cathedral of St John the Baptist in Calama

Patron saint
St John the Baptist

Current leadership

Bishop
Óscar Hernán Blanco Martínez

Metropolitan Archbishop
Pablo Lizama Riquelme

Website

www.iglesiadecalama.cl

The Diocese of San Juan de Calama (Latin: Sancti Ioannis Calamensis) is a diocese located in the city of Calama in the Ecclesiastical province of Antofagasta in Chile.
History[edit]

21 July 1965: Established as Territorial Prelature of Calama from Diocese of Antofagasta and Diocese of Iquique
20 February 2010: Promoted as Diocese of San Juan de Calama

Leadership[edit]

Bishops of Calama (Roman rite)

Bishop Óscar Hernán Blanco Martínez (2016.03.21 – Present)
Bishop Guillermo Patricio Vera Soto (2003.04.10 – 2016.03.21)
Bishop Cristián Contreras Molina, O. de M. (1992.06.11 – 2002.07.19)
Bishop Juan Bautista Herrada Armijo, O. de M. (1982.03.05 – 1991.11.30)
Bishop Juan Bautista Herrada Armijo, O. de M. (Apostolic Administrator 1976.02.26 – 1982.03.05)
Cardinal Carlos Oviedo Cavada, O. de M. (Apostolic Administrator 1974–1976)
Bishop Juan Luis Ysern de Arce (Apostolic Administrator 1972.05.20 – 1974.06.02)
Archbishop Francisco de Borja Valenzuela Ríos (Apostolic Administrator 1970.04 – 1970.06.02)
Bishop Orozimbo Fuenzalida y Fuenzalida (1968.03.13 – 1970.02.26)
Archbishop Francisco de Borja Valenzuela Ríos (Apostolic Administrator 1965.07.21 – 1968.05.19)

Sources[edit]

GCatholic.org
Catholic Hierarchy
Diocese website

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Province of Antofagasta

Archdiocese of Antofagasta
Diocese of Arica
Diocese of San Juan de Calama
Diocese of Iquique

Province of Concepción

Archdiocese of Concepción
Diocese of Chillán
Diocese of Santa María de Los Ángeles
Diocese of Temuco
Diocese of Valdivia
Diocese of Villarrica

Province of La Serena

Archdiocese of La Serena
Diocese of Copiapó
Territorial Prelature of Illapel

Province of Puerto Montt

Archdiocese of Puerto Montt
Diocese of Osorno
Diocese of Punta Arenas
Diocese of
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Husin Mugni

Personal information

Full name
Husin Mugni

Date of birth
(1987-11-30) November 30, 1987 (age 29)

Place of birth
Rantau, South Kalimantan, Indonesia

Height
1.72 m (5 ft 7 1⁄2 in)

Playing position
Goalkeeper

Club information

Current team

Martapura FC

Number
1

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

2006−2008
Barito Putera

2009−2010
Persiwa Wamena

2010−2013
Barito Putera
36
(0)

2013−
Martapura FC
6
(0)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 20 March 2013.

Husin Mugni (born November 30, 1987 in Rantau) is an Indonesian football player currently play for Martapura FC in Liga Indonesia Premier Division.
References[edit]

External links[edit]

HUSIN MUGNI at Liga Indonesia

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Krebs Pigments and Chemical Company was founded in 1902 by Henrik J. Krebs and was a manufacturer of lithopone and titanium dioxide.[1][2][3]
History[edit]
The company was founded in 1902 by Henrik J. Krebs in Newport, Delaware.[4][1] After the death of Krebs in 1929 the company was purchased by DuPont.[2][5]
In 1931 DuPont formed a joint venture with Commercial Pigments Corporation to scale up titanium dioxide production for use as a white pigment, to compete against National Lead.[6] The joint venture was named the Krebs Pigment and Color Corporation.[1][7]
By 1933 National Lead and DuPont ended their patent litigation and cross licensed their patents and synthetic routes. In 1934, DuPont purchased the Commercial Pigments Corporation’s 30 percent stake in the company for $7,420,000.[8] In 1935 Phelps was named the assistant general manager.[3] It then became a wholly owned subsidiary of DuPont. DuPont then called it the “Krebs Pigments Department” and by 1942 it became just the “Pigments Department”.[9][1][3] DuPont then liquidated all Krebs Pigment and Color Corporation’s assets and transferred them to the DuPont Company.[1]
References[edit]

^ a b c d e “Krebs Pigment & Chemical Company”. DuPont. Retrieved 2011-10-24. Founded in 1902 by Henrick J. Krebs, Krebs Pigments and Chemical Company produced lithopone, a widely used white paint pigment also manufactured by DuPont. But Krebs’ company had another asset of special interest to DuPont. … 
^ a b “90 Years with PCI: A Retrospective In the 1910s”. Paint and Coatings Industry. January 1, 2004. Retrieved 2011-10-24. DuPont traces its beginnings in the TiO2 marketplace to its 1920’s acquisition of the Krebs Pigment & Chemical Company of Newport, DE, a purchase designed to strengthen DuPont’s position in the pigments market. Founded in 1902, Krebs Pigments and Chemical produced lithopone, a widely used white-paint pigment also manufactured by DuPont. … 
^ a b c “The Wall Street of Chemistry”. Chemical and Engineering News. American Chemical Society. 1940. Retrieved 2011-10-24. The Krebs pigments are divided into three major classes — pure titanium dioxide, extended titanium pigments, and lithopones. …  Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name “phelps” defined multiple times with different content (see the help page).
^ John A. Munroe. History of Delaware. p. 188. The latter company was founded in Delaware by a Danish immigrant, Henrik J. Krebs. Its factories at Newpor
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Sehome is a neighborhood in Bellingham, Washington. The neighborhood, named after Chief Sehome (S-yah-whom), first platted in 1858, by E.C. Fitzhugh, was originally a town owned by the Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Railroad Company “Bellingham Bay Coal Mine”, later named “Sehome Coal Mine”, (incorporated on July 16, 1888). The name comes from S’Klallam language,S-yah-whom, the name of an early Indian in the area.

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Bellingham

People
History
Newspaper
Waterfront
District Court
Library
Mall
Amtrak
Airport
Transit

Fairhaven
Sehome
Sudden Valley

Landmarks

Aftermath Clubhouse
Bellingham National Bank Building
B.P.O.E. Building
Flatiron Building
Lairmont Manor
Leopold Hotel
Mount Baker Theatre
Old City Hall
Pickett House
T. G. Richards and Company Store

Parks

Bloedel Donovan
Boulevard Park
Cornwall Park
Larrabee State Park
Maritime Heritage Park
Whatcom Falls Park
Sehome Hill Arboretum

Geography

Chuckanut Mountains
Lake Padden
Lake Samish
Lake Whatcom
Sehome Hill
Route 11 (Chuckanut Drive)
Route 539 (The Guide Meridian)

History

Bellingham riots
C. X. Larrabee
Julius Bloedel
George Pickett
George Vancouver
Sir William Bellingham

Museums

American Museum of Radio and Electricity
Bellingham Railway Museum
Whatcom Children’s Museum
Whatcom Museum of History and Art

Education

Bellingham High School
Bellingham School District
Bellingham Technical College
Sehome High School
Squalicum High School
Western Washington University
Whatc
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St. Vincent

Studio album by St. Vincent

Released
February 24, 2014 (2014-02-24)

Recorded
2013

Studio
Elmwood Studios
(Dallas, Texas)

Genre

Art rock[1]
noise pop[2]
pop rock[3]

Length
40:04

Label
Caroline International, Loma Vista/Republic

Producer
John Congleton[4]

St. Vincent chronology

Brass Tactics
(2013)
St. Vincent
(2014)

Singles from St. Vincent

“Birth in Reverse”
Released: December 10, 2013
“Digital Witness”
Released: January 6, 2014
“Prince Johnny”
Released: May 9, 2014
“Regret”
Released: August 18, 2014[5]
“Bad Believer”
Released: January 20, 2015[6]

Deluxe Edition

St. Vincent is the fourth studio album by American musician St. Vincent. It was released on February 24, 2014 in the United Kingdom and February 25 in the United States through Loma Vista and Republic Records.[7][8][9] Produced by John Congleton, it features collaborations with Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings drummer Homer Steinweiss and Midlake drummer McKenzie Smith. The tracks were arranged and demoed by Annie Clark in Austin, Texas and recorded at the Elmwood studio in Dallas.[4][10]
Critically acclaimed on its release, the album won a Grammy for Best Alternative Music Album, making St. Vincent only the second female solo artist to win the award since its inception in 1991, when it was awarded to Sinéad O’Connor.

Contents

1 Background
2 Release
3 Music
4 Critical reception

4.1 Accolades

5 Track listing
6 Personnel
7 Release history
8 Charts

8.1 Year-end charts

9 References
10 External links

Background[edit]

“This is a more primary colour record than I’ve done in the past. It’s generally a bit brighter. It was less emotionally fraught than when I was writing Strange Mercy. There’s an exuberance in Love This Giant, and maybe some of that carried on into this record. It’s entertainment. It’s fun… I did a lot of sketching for St Vincent in GarageBand before going into the studio. The process of actually recording it was less about discovery and putting the Frankenstein’s monster together, and a bit more about execution. There were a lot of things that had already been decided long before I walked into the studio. It was a different experience than Strange Mercy or Actor. Recording took about six months all in, around May 2013. John and I usually work every day and take maybe one day off every ten or twelve days.” – Annie “St. Vincent” Clark[11]

Release[edit]
St. Vincent was announced on Dece
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Happy Birthday

Directed by
Yen Tan

Produced by
Mark Buchanan

Written by
Yen Tan

Music by
Steve Whitehouse

Cinematography
Jack Burroughs

Edited by
Jay Wesson

Release date

2002 (2002)

Running time

70 minutes

Country
United States

Language
English

Happy Birthday is a 2002 film by Yen Tan, his debut long feature film, starring Benjamin Patrick, Michelle E. Michael and John Frazier.

Contents

1 Synopsis
2 Cast
3 Awards
4 External links

Synopsis[edit]
The film recounts two days in the lives of five very different characters all born on July 12, that are faced with problems as their birthday approaches. Jim (Benjamin Patrick), a gay, overweight telemarketer working for a weight loss program is facing self-esteem issues, whereas Ron (John Frazier), a church minister who preaches about conversion but himself is addicted to watching gay porn, and Javed (Devashish Saxena), a Pakistani lives in the U.S. with a gay porn actor but is faced by the double dilemma of being condemned by his Muslim family and is in imminent danger of being deported from the States.
Meanwhile Kelly (Michelle E. Michael), a young lesbian weathers a breakup with her lover and considers an earlier affair and Tracy (Ethel Lung), an Asian lesbian, goes back in the closet when her mother renders a visit.
Cast[edit]

Benjamin Patrick as Jim
Michelle E. Michael as Kelly
John Frazier as Ron
Devashish Saxena as Javed
Ethel Lung as Tracy
Denton Blane Everett as Greg
Xiao Fei Zhao as Mom
Lynn Chambers as Julie
Derik Webb as Troy
Chip Gilliam as Brian
Natalie Thrash as Tricia
Debbie Rey as Sophia
Ryan Harper as Ricky
James M. Johnston as Porn director
David Lowery as Videographer

Awards[edit]

In 2002, won the Jury Prize for “Best Feature – Gay Male” at the Philadelphia International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
In 2002, director Yen Tan won New Directors Showcase – Bets Feature award for Happy Birthday at the Portland LGBT Film Festival
Also earned an honorable mention at Image+Nation in Montreal

External links[edit]

Happy Birthday website
Happy Birthday at the Internet Movie Database

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Good to See You Again, Alice Cooper

Video by Alice Cooper

Released
1974 Cinema
2005 DVD

Genre
Hard rock, heavy metal, shock rock

Length
100min

Label
Shout! Factory
Eagle Vision

Alice Cooper chronology

Good to See You Again, Alice Cooper
1974
Welcome To My Nightmare
1976

Good to See You Again, Alice Cooper is a 1974 feature film starring Alice Cooper. The movie primarily features live concert footage of the Alice Cooper band on their record-breaking Billion Dollar Babies tour, filmed in Texas (mostly at the Sam Houston Coliseum) in April 1973,[1] with some footage from other tour stops, including the Memorial Coliseum, Portland, Oregon, intercut with ‘comedy’ scenes of a German film director chasing the “Cooper gang” for revenge after they abandoned his would-be masterpiece movie.
Two versions of the film exist. The alternate version was issued for its original theatrical release across the US in 1974. Poorly edited and virtually unscripted, the ‘storyline’ segments of the original version were replaced with B/W excerpts of scenes from old Hollywood movies.[2] Despite this the film still failed at the box office. This version of the film remains commercially unreleased, although bootleg copies have been circulating amongst fans and at Record Fairs readily since the early-1980s. The original version of the film was eventually restored and released in 2005 on DVD, which includes Cooper providing insightful audio commentary. On September 14, 2010 Shout! Factory released the film (original version) on Blu-ray for the first time.
The film provides a glimpse of a far less family-friendly Alice Cooper than that portrayed in the Welcome to My Nightmare concert film (shot two years later on the lead singer’s first solo tour). The concert segments were performed by the original five-piece band (plus two live session musicians) at their artistic and commercial peak, and there is ample evidence of the behaviour and implications which made the early Alice Cooper character such a controversial figure. The heavy sarcasm, pointed social satire (mannequin stage-props equipped with pubic hair, skewered baby dolls, a bloody ‘execution’ sequence, and in the show’s finale, when an American flag is un
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