Pyrgophorus coronatus

Pyrgophorus coronatus

A group of Pyrgophorus coronatus in the cap of a vial

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Mollusca

Class:
Gastropoda

(unranked):
clade Caenogastropoda
clade Hypsogastropoda
clade Littorinimorpha

Superfamily:
Rissooidea

Family:
Hydrobiidae

Genus:
Pyrgophorus

Species:
P. coronatus

Binomial name

Pyrgophorus coronatus
(Pfeiffer, 1840)

Pyrgophorus coronatus is a species of very small aquatic snail, an operculate gastropod mollusk or micromollusk in the family Hydrobiidae.[1]

Contents

1 Description
2 Distribution
3 References
4 External links

Description[edit]

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Distribution[edit]
In Nicaragua, it is found in abundance in the volcanic crater lakes Xiloa and Apoyo [2]
References[edit]

^ Pyrgophorus coronatus (Pfeiffer, 1840). WoRMS (2009). Pyrgophorus coronatus (Pfeiffer, 1840). Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=397179 on 9 August 2010.
^ Comparison of gastropod mollusc (Apogastropoda: Hydrobiidae) habitats in two crater lakes in Nicaragua, Jeffrey K. McCrary, Henry Madsen, Liza González, Inti Luna, & Lorenzo J. López. Rev. Biol. Trop. 56:113-120 (2008)

External links[edit]

http://www.lagunadeapoyo.blogspot.com/2011/03/snails.html

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August W. Eichler

August Wilhelm Eichler

A. W. Eichler

Born
22 April 1839
Neukirchen, Hesse

Died
2 March 1887 (1887-03-03) (aged 47)
Berlin

Nationality
German

Fields
Botany, Plant taxonomy

August Wilhelm Eichler, also known under his Latinized name, Augustus Guilielmus Eichler (22 April 1839 – 2 March 1887), was a German botanist who developed a new system of classification of plants to reflect the concept of evolution.

Contents

1 Biography
2 Eichler System
3 Works
4 See also
5 Notes
6 Bibliography
7 External links

Biography[edit]
Born in Neukirchen, Hesse, Eichler studied at the University of Marburg, Germany, and in 1871 became Professor of Botany at Technische Hochschule (Technical University) of Graz and director of the botanical garden in that city.[1] In 1872 he received an appointment at the University of Kiel, where he remained until 1878 when he became director of the herbarium at the University of Berlin. He died in Berlin on March 2, 1887 of leukaemia.
Eichler made important contributions to the study of the comparative structure of flowers (mainly on floral symmetry in his work Blütendiagramme). He wrote extensively on the Coniferae, Cycadaceae and other plant groups of Brazil.[2]
Eichler System[edit]
The Eichler System divided the plant kingdom into non-floral plants (Cryptogamae) and floral plants (Phanerogamae). It was the first to accept the concept of evolution and therefore also the first to be considered phylogenetic.[3] Moreover, Eichler was the first taxonomist to separate the Phanerogamae into Angiosperms and Gymnosperms and the former into Monocotyledonae and Dicotyledonae.[4]
The Eichler system was the foundation for Adolf Engler’s System and was widely accepted in Europe and other parts of the world.
Works[edit]

Eichler, August W. (1875). Blüthendiagramme: construirt und erläutert. 2 vols. [Floral diagrams]. Leipzig: W. Engelmann. Retrieved 17 May 2015. 

Volume I: 1875
Volume II: 1878

Syllabus der Vorlesungen über Phanerogamenkunde Lipsius und Tischer, Kiel 1876.

Subsequent editions published as Syllabus der Vorlesungen über specielle und medicinisch-pharmaceutische Botanik, 2nd ed. 1880, 3rd ed. 1883, 4th ed. 1886, 5th 1890

Eichler, August W. (1880) [1876]. Syllabus der Vorlesungen über specielle und medicinisch-pharmaceutische Botanik (2nd ed.). Berlin: Borntraeger. 
Eichler, August W. (1883) [1876]. Syllabus der Vorlesungen über specielle und medicinisch-pharmaceutische Botanik (3rd ed.).
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Terry Dunstan

Terry Dunstan

Statistics

Rated at
Cruiserweight

Height
6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)

Nationality
British

Born
(1968-10-28) 28 October 1968 (age 48)
Vauxhall, London, England

Stance
Orthodox

Boxing record

Total fights
28

Wins
24

Wins by KO
14

Losses
4

Draws
0

Terry Dunstan (born 28 October 1968) is a British former boxer who was British and European cruiserweight champion and fought for the IBF world title.
Career[edit]
Born in Vauxhall, London in 1968, Dunstan initially excelled at basketball and represented England at under-19 level.[1] An undistinguished 17-fight amateur boxing career followed, Dunstan stating in 1997 “There was nothing to fight for. Just a trophy at the end.”[1]
He made his professional debut in November 1992. After winning his first eight fights he challenged former world champion Dennis Andries for the British cruiserweight title in May 1995; Dunstan Beat Andries on points to become British champion.[1] In February 1996 he successfully defended the title against Andries and three months later made a second defence against John Keeton, stopping him in just 44 seconds – the second fastest stoppage in the history of British title fights.[1] At the time, Dunstan was hotly tipped, with former sparring partner Frank Bruno rating him the best in Britain, and Charlie Magri and Barry McGuigan also rating him very highly.[1]
After wins against Sergio Daniel Merani, Art Jimmerson, and Nigel Rafferty, Dunstan relinquished his British title and challenged Alexander Gurov for the European cruiserweight title in February 1998, knocking the Ukrainian out with his first punch to become European champion.[2] This was followed a challenge for Imamu Mayfield’s IBF world title in March; Mayfield stopped Dunstan in the eleventh round—Dunstan’s first professional defeat.[2]
Dunstan returned in November with a points win over Peter Oboh, and in December 1999 faced Carl Thompson for the vacant British cruiserweight title. Thompson stopped Dunstan 2 minutes and 40 seconds into the twelfth round to take the title.[3]
Dunstan’s boxing career was interrupted when he was arrested and in December 2000 sentenced to eight and a half years after admitting charges of false imprisonment, blackmail and aggravated burglary at two Slug and Lettuce pubs in central London.[2] He served five years and 20 days before being released.
He returned to the ring in October 2008 with an easy win over journeyman Paul Bonson, and in May 2009 compe
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Biitamatang Keakea

Biitamatang Keakea

Personal information

Full name
Biitamatang Keakea

Date of birth
(1983-03-26) 26 March 1983 (age 33)[1]

Place of birth
Kiribati

Playing position
Midfielder

Number
17[2]

National team‡

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

2011–
Kiribati
4
(0)

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 25 May 2013

Biitamatang Keakea is an I-Kiribati footballer who plays as a Midfielder. He represents Kiribati at international level.[1]
International career[edit]
Keakea appeared in all four of Kiribati’s games at the 2011 Pacific Games, in the respective 1-17 losses to Papua New Guinea[3] and Tahiti,[4] the 3-0 loss against Cook Islands[5] and the 9-0 loss against Fiji.[6]
References[edit]

^ a b “Biitamatang Keakea”. national-football-teams.com. National Football Teams. Retrieved 25 May 2013. 
^ “Kiribati Official Team List”. oceaniafootball.com. Oceania Football Confederation. Archived from the original on 10 February 2013. Retrieved 25 May 2013. 
^ “Kiribati 1 – 17 Papua New Guinea”. oceaniafootball.com. Oceania Football Confederation. 3 September 2011. Archived from the original on 10 February 2013. Retrieved 25 May 2013. 
^ “Kiribati 1 – 17 Tahiti”. oceaniafootball.com. Oceania Football Confederation. 4 September 2011. Archived from the original on 10 February 2013. Retrieved 25 May 2013. 
^ “Cook Islands 3-0 Kiribati”. oceaniafootball.com. Oceania Football Confederation. 30 August 2011. Archived from the original on 10 February 2013. Retrieved 25 May 2013. 
^ “Fiji 9 – 0 Kiribati”. oceaniafootball.com. Oceania Football Confederation. 30 August 2011. Archived from the original on 10 February 2013. Retrieved 25 May 2013. 

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Wana

Look up wana in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Wana may refer to:
Places[edit]

Wana, Nepal
Wana, Pakistan, a city in Pakistan
Wana, West Virginia, USA
Wana, Iraq

Other[edit]

“Wana” (song), a 1977 song by Japanese group Candies
Wana (Telecommunications), a telecommunications company in Morocco
Waña (Peru), a mountain in Peru
Wireless Amateur Network of Amaliada, in Amaliada, Greece
WANA-LD, a television station licensed to Naples, Florida.
WFZX, a radio station in Anniston, Alabama, which used the callsign WANA until 2008
Wanafucawi (an indigenous lost Indian tribe)

This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Wana.
If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

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Sparganothoides canities

Sparganothoides canities

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Arthropoda

Class:
Insecta

Order:
Lepidoptera

Family:
Tortricidae

Genus:
Sparganothoides

Species:
S. canities

Binomial name

Sparganothoides canities
Kruse & Powell, 2009[1]

Sparganothoides canities is a species of moth of the Tortricidae family. It is found in Durango, Mexico. The habitat consists of arid pinyon-juniper areas.
The length of the forewings is 8.8–9.5 mm for males and 8.4–9 mm for females. The ground colour of the forewings is grey with brown patches. The hindwings are pale grey. Adults have been recorded on wing from mid-August to mid-September.
Etymology[edit]
The species name is derived from canities (meaning whitish-grey color).[2]
References[edit]

^ tortricidae.com
^ Kruse, J.J.; Powell, J.A. 2009: Systematics of Sparganothoides Lambert and Powell, 1986 (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae: Sparganothini). Zootaxa, 2150: 1-78. Abstract & excerpt

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Yenibosna

Yenibosna Semti

Borough

Location of Bahçelievler in Greater Istanbul, Turkey

Coordinates: 40°59′51″N 28°51′02″E / 40.99750°N 28.85056°E / 40.99750; 28.85056Coordinates: 40°59′51″N 28°51′02″E / 40.99750°N 28.85056°E / 40.99750; 28.85056

Country
Turkey

Province
Istanbul

District
Bahçelievler

Government

 • Municipal Head
Osman Develioğlu

Population (2008)

 • Total
20,676

Website
www.bahcelievler.gov.tr

Yenibosna is a borough within the district of Bahçelievler in west Istanbul, Turkey.
The borough is in the west of Bahçelievler, bordering with the neighbor district Küçükçekmece. The original settlement was initially named Saraybosna, the Turkish language name for the city Sarajevo, which had been previously been under Turkish rule during the Ottoman Empire period. Saraybosna remained a small settlement despite being a short distance from Istanbul, the capital of Ottoman Empire, and the earliest population record was 350. The founding of Republic of Turkey saw rapid development of the area, which was absorbed into Istanbul and the current name of Yenibosna was adopted. The remains of the old settlement can be seen in the courtyard behind Yenibosna Primary School. [1]
Demography[edit]
Yenibosna had a population of 20,676 as of 2008.
The majority of the residents of Yenibosna borough are Bosniaks.
Sports[edit]
The Sports club affiliated with the borough is Yenibosna Spor Kulübü.
References[edit]

^ http://belediyeden.com/156/bahcelievler-belediyesi/1103414/nufus-durumu.html

www.yenibosnanakliyat.net

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Eli’s Chosen Six

Eli’s Chosen Six was the ensemble that appeared in the influential 1958 concert film Jazz On A Summer’s Day playing Dixieland as they drove around Newport in a convertible jalopy.[1] It was a famous Yale University Dixieland band of the 1950s that played the boisterous trad-jazz style of the day.[2] The ensemble of white college-student jazz revivalists rose into popular prominence in the mid-1950s, when “college jazz” was a catchphrase. The sextet was founded and managed by Dick Voigt, and counted as members the later-legendary trombonist Roswell Rudd, bassists Buell Neidlinger (succeeded by Bob Morgan), cornetist and cartoonist Lee Lorenz,[3] clarinetist Pete Williams (who was succeeded by Leroy Sam Parkins) and drummer Lyman “House” Drake (who was succeeded by Steve Little). With the help of the producer and Yale alumnus George Avakian,[4] the band recorded an album for Columbia Records in 1955.
Eli’s Chosen Six appeared not only in the 1958 film, but also performed at Carnegie Hall,[5] toured most of the major college campuses in the northeast and appeared at many top jazz clubs around the country. After Yale, founder Dick Voigt performed in combos led by Wild Bill Davison, Vic Dickenson, Bob Wilber, Henry Goodwin, J. C. Higginbotham and Doc Cheatham. The most prominent alumnus of the group was Rudd, of whom it was said “all his future endeavors–including his landmark collaborations with Cecil Taylor, Archie Shepp, John Tchicai and Steve Lacy–grew out of the lessons learned while playing rags and stomps for drunken college kids in Connecticut.” [6]
References[edit]

^ Albany Jazz on Roswell Rudd
^ N Y Times
^ Jazz Times
^ George Avakian – record innovator
^ Play it again, Bill
^ Jazz Times

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2014–15 Hong Kong FA Cup

2014–15 Hong Kong FA Cup

Country
Hong Kong

Teams
13

Champions
Kitchee

Runners-up
Eastern

Matches played
12

Goals scored
39 (3.25 per match)

Attendance
13,433 (1,119 per match)

← 2013–14
2015–16 →

The 2014–15 Hong Kong FA Cup is the 40th season of Hong Kong FA Cup. It is a knockout competition for all the teams of the 2014–15 Hong Kong Premier League. Unlike the previous season, the format will change back into a single-legged competition.
It will once again feature lower division. 4 teams from the preliminary round will be qualified for the proper round.
The winner will guarantee a place in the 2014–15 Hong Kong Season Play-off.

Contents

1 Preliminary Round
2 Fixtures and results

2.1 Round One
2.2 Quarter-finals
2.3 Semi-finals
2.4 Final

3 References
4 External links

Preliminary Round[edit]
Main article: 2014–15 Hong Kong FA Cup Preliminary Round
Fixtures and results[edit]
Round One[edit]
Round one features six teams from the Premier League and the four semi finalists from the Preliminary Round
Yau Tsim Mong (3) v Wofoo Tai Po (1)

27 February 2015 (2015-02-27)
Yau Tsim Mong (3)
2–4
Wofoo Tai Po (1)
Kowloon Bay, Kowloon

20:00 (UTC+8)
Wong Chui Shing  39′
Chan Yiu Lun  75’ (pen.)
Report
Sales  5′, 30′, 77′
Hon Shing  49’ (o.g.)
Stadium: Kowloon Bay Park
(Capacity: 1,200)
Attendance: 359
Referee: Luk Kin San

I-Sky Yuen Long (1) v Shatin (3)

28 February 2015 (2015-02-28)
I-Sky Yuen Long (1)
4–1
Shatin (3)
Yuen Long, New Territories

14:30 (UTC+8)
Souza  24′, 39′
Reinaldo  90′
Tsuyoshi Yoshitake  90+5′
Report
Li Ling Fung  7′
Stadium: Yuen Long Stadium
(Capacity: 4,932)
Attendance: 299
Referee: Tang Hing Fuk

YFCMD (1) v Sun Pegasus (1)

28 February 2015 (2015-02-28)
YFCMD (1)
1–1 (a.e.t.)
(5–4 p)
Sun Pegasus (1)
Kowloon Bay, Kowloon

17:30 (UTC+8)
Kenji Fukuda  69′
Report
Tokic  75′
Stadium: Kowloon Bay Park
(Capacity: 1,200)
Attendance: 387
Referee: Tong Kui Sum

 
 
Penalties

Tan Chun Lok
Rubén
Fernando
Moses Mensah
Lee Ka Ho
 
Ju Yingzhi
Tong Kin Man
Deng Jinghuang
Miović

Wong Tai Sin (1) v Southern (2)

1 March 2015 (2015-03-01)
Wong Tai Sin (1)
2–0
Southern (2)
Tsing Yi

14:30 (UTC+8)
Li Jian  46′
Sandro  79′
Report

Stadium: Tsing Yi Sports Ground
(Capacity: 1,500)
Attendance: 294
Referee: H
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Everyone’s Hero

Everyone’s Hero

Theatrical release poster

Directed by

Christopher Reeve
Daniel St. Pierre
Colin Brady

Produced by
Ron Tippe
Igor Khait

Screenplay by
Robert Kurtz
Jeff Hand

Story by
Howard Jonas

Starring

Jake T. Austin
William H. Macy
Rob Reiner
Whoopi Goldberg
Brian Dennehy
Raven-Symoné
Robert Wagner
Richard Kind
Dana Reeve
Joe Torre
Mandy Patinkin
Forest Whitaker
Robin Williams

Music by
John Debney

Cinematography
Jan Carlee
Andy Wang

Edited by
John Bryant

Production
company

IDT Entertainment
Arc Productions
Dan Krech Productions

Distributed by
20th Century Fox

Release date

September 15, 2006 (2006-09-15)

Running time

88 minutes

Country
United States

Language
English

Box office
$16.6 million[1]

Everyone’s Hero is a 2006 American computer-animated fantasy adventure sports comedy family film,[2] written by Robert Kurtz and Jeff Hand and directed by Colin Brady, Christopher Reeve (who was working on this film at the time of his death[3]), and Daniel St. Pierre, with music by John Debney. The majority of this film was produced by IDT Entertainment in Toronto with portions outsourced to Reel FX Creative Studios. It was distributed by 20th Century Fox, and released theatrically on September 15, 2006. Everyone’s Hero earned $16 million worldwide during its theatrical run. The film stars William H. Macy, Rob Reiner, Brian Dennehy, Raven-Symoné, Robert Wagner, Richard Kind, Dana Reeve, Jake T. Austin, Joe Torre, Mandy Patinkin, Forest Whitaker, Robin Williams and Whoopi Goldberg. Everyone’s Hero was released on DVD on March 20, 2007 by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment.

Contents

1 Plot
2 Cast
3 Historical accuracy
4 Home media
5 Reception

5.1 Box office
5.2 Critical reception

6 Cable Syndication
7 Soundtrack
8 See also
9 References
10 External links

Plot[edit]
In 1932, the dawn of the Great Depression, young baseball fan Yankee Irving (Jake T. Austin), whose father Stanley (Mandy Patinkin) works as a janitor for New York City’s Yankee Stadium, dreams of playing for the Yankees but can’t even play sandlot baseball well enough to avoid being picked last. One day beside the sandlot, he finds and befriends a talking baseball he names Screwie (Rob Reiner).
While father and son are in the stadium, a thief steals Babe Ruth’s famous bat Darlin’ (Whoopi Goldberg). Yankee’s father, who was working his shift at the time, is blamed and accordingly fired. The true thief is Le
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