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Čungula

Čungula

Village

Čungula

Coordinates: 43°14′32″N 21°17′42″E / 43.24222°N 21.29500°E / 43.24222; 21.29500

Country
 Serbia

District
Toplica District

Municipality
Blace

Population (2002)

 • Total
419

Time zone
CET (UTC+1)

 • Summer (DST)
CEST (UTC+2)

Čungula is a village in the municipality of Blace, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 419 people.[1]
References[edit]

^ Popis stanovništva, domaćinstava i Stanova 2002. Knjiga 1: Nacionalna ili etnička pripadnost po naseljima. Republika Srbija, Republički zavod za statistiku Beograd 2003. ISBN 86-84433-00-9

Coordinates: 43°14′32″N 21°17′42″E / 43.24222°N 21.29500°E / 43.24222; 21.29500

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2005 European Cross Country Championships

2005 European Cross Country Championships

Organisers
EAA

Edition
12th

Date
11 December

Host city
Tilburg, Netherlands

Races
4

Distances
9.84 km – Men
6.5 km – Women
6.5 km – Junior men
4.83 km – Junior women

← 2004 Heringsdorf
2006 San Giorgio →

The 12th European Cross Country Championships were held at Tilburg in Netherlands on 11 December 2005. Serhiy Lebid won the men’s competition for the sixth time and Lornah Kiplagat won the women’s race.

Contents

1 Results[1]

1.1 Men individual 9.84km
1.2 Men teams
1.3 Women individual 6.5km
1.4 Women teams
1.5 Junior men individual 6.5km
1.6 Junior men teams
1.7 Junior women individual 4.83km[2]
1.8 Junior women teams

2 References
3 External links

Results[1][edit]
Men individual 9.84km[edit]

Pos.
Runners
Time

01 !
Serhiy Lebid
27:09

02 !
Alberto García
27:21

03 !
Driss Maazouzi
27:26

4.
Bouabdellah Tahri
27:27

5.
Günther Weidlinger
27:28

6.
Mokhtar Benhari
27:35

7.
Tom Van Hooste
27:36

8.
Khalid Zoubaa
27:36

9.
Juan Carlos de la Ossa
27:36

10.
José Ríos
27:37

11.
Fernando Silva
27:39

12.
Gary Murray
27:41

Total 90 competitors
Men teams[edit]

Pos.
Team
Points

01 !
 France
Driss Maazouzi
Bouabdellah Tahri
Mokhtar Benhari
Khalid Zoubaa
20

02 !
 Spain
Alberto García
Juan Carlos de la Ossa
José Ríos
Iván Galán
64

03 !
 Ukraine
Serhiy Lebid
Leonid Rybak
Jevgeni Bozhko
Juri Hitshun
70

4.
 Italy
75

5.
 Portugal
94

6.
 Russia
124

7.
 United Kingdom
129

8.
 Ireland
139

Total 15 teams
Women individual 6.5km[edit]

Pos.
Runners
Time

01 !
Lornah Kiplagat
19:55

02 !
Sabrina Mockenhaupt
20:00

03 !
Johanna Nilsson
20:01

4.
Olivera Jevtić
20:04

5.
Anikó Kálovics
20:15

6.
Hayley Yelling
20:16

7.
Inga Abitova
20:16

8.
Liz Yelling
20:17

9.
Rosa Morató
20:18

10.
Mariya Konovalova
20:18

11.
Mary Cullen
20:22

12.
Veerle Dejaeghere
20:24

Total 74 competitors
Women teams[edit]

Pos.
Team
Points

01 !
 Russia
Inga Abitova
Mariya Konovalova
Lidiya Grigoryeva
Liliya Shobukhova
52

02 !
 United Kingdom
Hayley Yelling
Liz Yelling
Kate Reed
Natalie Harvey
54

03 !
 France
Latifa Essarokh
Yamna Oubouhou
Maria Martins
Fatiha Klilech-Fauvel
73

4.
 Portugal
87

5.
 Ireland
106

6.
 Netherlands
109

7.
 Germany
126

8.
 Belgium
157

Total 11 teams
Junior men individual 6.5km[edit]

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Merlinpark Castle

Merlinpark Castle

Native name
Irish: Caisleán Mhuirlinne

Merlin Castle

Type
tower house

Location
Merlinpark, Galway,
County Galway, Ireland

Coordinates
53°16′47″N 8°59′53″W / 53.279750°N 8.998088°W / 53.279750; -8.998088Coordinates: 53°16′47″N 8°59′53″W / 53.279750°N 8.998088°W / 53.279750; -8.998088

Built
early 12th century

Owner
State

National Monument of Ireland

Official name: Merlinpark Castle

Reference no.
609

Location of Merlinpark Castle in Ireland

Merlinpark Castle is a tower house and National Monument located in County Galway, Ireland.[1][2][3]
Location[edit]
Merlinpark Castle is located 4 km (2½ mile) east-northeast of Galway city centre.
History[edit]
Merlinpark Castle was built for Tairrdelbach Ua Conchobair in the early 12th century.
It was owned by the Lynch (Ó Loingsigh) in the 16th century. [3] Still in good condition, it was lived in until the mid-19th century.[4]
References[edit]

^ “- Place names of Galway”. 
^ “The inside of Merlin Castle!”. 
^ a b “Merlin Woods – Galway City Biodiversity”. 
^ “Merlin Park Castle Galway Ireland”. 

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Trevor Wolstenholme

Trevor Wolstenholme

Personal information

Full name
Trevor John Wolstenholme

Date of birth
(1943-06-18) 18 June 1943 (age 73)

Place of birth
Prestbury, England

Playing position
Wing half / Inside forward

Youth career

1959–1960
Birmingham City

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

1960–1963
Birmingham City
0
(0)

1963–1966
Torquay United
82
(2)

1966–1967
York City
11
(0)

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

Trevor John Wolstenholme (born 18 June 1943) is an English former professional footballer who made 93 appearances in the Football League playing for Torquay United[1] and York City.[2]
Wolstenholme was born in Prestbury, Cheshire. He began his football career as a junior with Birmingham City in 1959, and turned professional the following year.[3] He made his first-team debut as a 19-year-old, deputising for Welsh international inside forward Ken Leek in a League Cup third-round match away at Barrow, and scored Birmingham’s goal to secure a 1–1 draw. He kept his place for the replay, this time playing in Malcolm Beard’s position at left half; Birmingham won comfortably, and went on to win the competition.[4] Those were the only two first-team games that Wolstenholme played for Birmingham. In August 1963 he joined Torquay United,[3] where he played 82 league games in three seasons,[1] and then finished off his Football League career with York City.[2]
References[edit]

^ a b “Torquay United : 1946/47–2006/07”. UK A–Z Transfers. Neil Brown. Retrieved 14 May 2009. 
^ a b “York City : 1946/47–2003/04”. UK A–Z Transfers. Neil Brown. Retrieved 14 May 2009. 
^ a b Matthews, Tony (1995). Birmingham City: A Complete Record. Derby: Breedon Books. p. 135. ISBN 978-1-85983-010-9. 
^ Matthews, p. 198.

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Tochinishiki Kiyotaka

Tochinishiki Kiyotaka

栃錦 清隆

Personal information

Born
Kiyotaka Uchida
(1925-02-20)February 20, 1925
Tokyo, Japan

Died
January 10, 1990(1990-01-10) (aged 64)

Height
1.77 m (5 ft 9 1⁄2 in)

Weight
132 kg (291 lb)

Career

Stable
Kasugano

Record
576-244-32-1 draw

Debut
January, 1939

Highest rank
Yokozuna (October 1954)

Retired
May, 1960

Championships
10 (Makuuchi)

Special Prizes
Outstanding Performance (1)
Technique (9)

Gold Stars
1 (Azumafuji)

* Up to date as of August 2012.

Tochinishiki Kiyotaka (栃錦 清隆, February 20, 1925 – January 10, 1990) was a sumo wrestler from Tokyo, Japan. He was the sport’s 44th yokozuna. He won ten top division yūshō or tournament championships and was a rival of fellow yokozuna Wakanohana I. He became the head coach of Kasugano stable in 1959 and was head of the Japan Sumo Association from 1974 until 1988.

Contents

1 Early career
2 Top division career and yokozuna career
3 Later life
4 Pre-Modern Top division record
5 Modern top division record
6 See also
7 References
8 External links

Early career[edit]
One of few yokozuna to hail from the city rather than the country,[1] he was born in what is now Koiwa, Edogawa.[2] He was a fine all round athlete at elementary school, and although he had no family connections to sumo, he was introduced by a shop owner to Kasugano Oyakata, the former yokozuna Tochigiyama.[2] Tochinishiki made his professional debut in January 1939. He was of such a small size that he had to drink copious amounts of water to meet the weight requirement at his physical.[2] However, his stablemaster, to whom Tochinishiki served as an attendant or tsukebito and was a great influence on him in his early days, expected him to become strong.[2]
Top division career and yokozuna career[edit]

Tochinishiki performing dohyō-iri at Sep. 1954 tournament

He reached the top makuuchi division in June 1947. He made up for his lack of size by showing superb technique. He won no fewer than nine special prizes for Technique, and it was even suggested that the prize had been created especially for him.[2] Tochinishiki was known as the Mamushi (Viper) due to his tenacity once he grabbed hold of his opponent’s mawashi.[3] In January 1951, he lost 7 consecutive bouts, but he bounced back to win eight in a row and clinched his majority of wins or kachi-koshi on the final day, despite the bout being interrupted by a drunken spectator.[2
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Nenápadná

“Nenápadná”

Single by Marika Gombitová

from the album Ateliér duše (Bonus tracks)

B-side
“Mami, mami”

Released
1986

Format

7″ single
45 RPM

Recorded
1986

Genre
Pop

Length
4:03

Label
OPUS (#9143 0664)

Writer(s)

Marika Gombitová
Kamil Peteraj

Music sample

“Nenápadná”

Marika Gombitová singles chronology

“Záhradná kaviareň”
(1983)
“Nenápadná”
(1986)
“Tváre pred zrkadlom”
(1989)

“Nenápadná” (English: Inconspicuous) is a song by Marika Gombitová released on OPUS in 1986.[1][2]
The composition, written by Gombitová with Kamil Peteraj, being released with “Mami, mami” on B-side. For the first time on CD, both songs were attached to the 96’s re-release of the singer’s album Ateliér duše as bonus tracks.[3]

Contents

1 Official versions
2 Credits and personnel
3 Charts

3.1 Weekly charts
3.2 Year-end charts

4 See also
5 References
6 External links

Official versions[edit]

“Nenápadná” – Studio version, 1983

Credits and personnel[edit]

Marika Gombitová – music, lead vocal
Kamil Peteraj – lyrics
OPUS – copyright

Charts[edit]
Weekly charts[edit]

Chart (1988)
Peak
position

Slovak EP/Singles Chart[4]
3[A]

Year-end charts[edit]

Chart (1987)
Peak
position

Slovak EP/Singles Chart[5]
4[B]

Notes

A ^ The October chart topped “Smrtka na pražskom Orloji” by Elán, followed by “Pigi čaj” by Zenit. In November, Gombitová’s single charted also at number #3, behind “Keď ťa nechá dievča” by Zenit, respectively Elán’s “Smrtka na pražskom Orloji” by Elán.[4]
B ^ The Top 5 of the Slovak Year End Chart topped in 1987 “Že mi je ľúto” by Elán & Lojzo, followed by Peter Nagy’s “Poďme sa zachrániť” (#2) and “Zaľúbení” by Dušan Hlaváček. The fourth was Gombitová, while at #5 “Smrtka na pražskom Orloji” by Elán.[5]

See also[edit]

Marika Gombitová discography
Marika Gombitová awards

References[edit]

General

Graclík, Miroslav; Nekvapil, Václav (2008). Marika Gombitová: An Unauthorized Lifestory of the Legend of Czechoslovak Pop Music (in Czech). Prague, Czech Republic: XYZ. p. 446. ISBN 978-80-7388-115-3. OCLC 294939865. Retrieved 2011-03-21. 
Lehotský, Oskar (April 23, 2008a). Slovak Popular Music in the Years 1977–1989 – Marika Gombitová (PDF). Comenius University, Faculty of Arts (in Slovak). Bratislava, Slovakia. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-07-14. Retrieved 2011-04-07. 
Lehotský, Oskar (April
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Matthew Amroliwala

Matthew Amroliwala

Amroliwala in 2014

Born
1962 (age 54-55)
Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England

Occupation
Journalist, Presenter, Newsreader

Notable credit(s)
BBC News
BBC World News
Watchdog
Crimewatch
Global with
Matthew Amroliwala
(starting September 2014)

Spouse(s)
Jackie

Children
4

Matthew Amroliwala (born 1962) is a BBC television newsreader, who presents Global with Matthew Amroliwala on BBC World News each weekday at 1500 hrs GMT. He is an occasional relief presenter of the BBC News at One on BBC One. He also presented Crimewatch alongside Kirsty Young from January 2008 until March 2015.
Biography[edit]
He was born Mehrwan F. Amroliwala in Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire[1][2] the son of a Royal Air Force officer.
His roots are in India, and he is a Parsi Zoroastrian. As his family name denotes, his ancestral hometown is Amroli in Surat District of the state of Gujarat in western India. He was educated at the King’s School, Ely, Cambridgeshire and then at St Chad’s College, Durham University. He graduated in 1984, having read Law and Politics. He was married in London to Jackie, a non-Parsi, in June 1999[1][2] and they have four children: Milo, Louis, Mary and Mabel.
After working as a chartered accountant, he joined the BBC and, in 1990, became a BBC network television correspondent. In 1997, he joined the BBC News Channel as a presenter of the channel’s evening programmes and from the beginning of 2001, he has presented the late afternoon news programme, first with Jane Hill and then with Maxine Mawhinney. In April 2006, he was re-united with Hill on the 11 am–2 pm shift until March 2013 when the duo moved to the 2 pm–5 pm slot on Tuesday to Friday; Emily Maitlis co-presents on Mondays.
He has covered many major news stories, including reporting extensively from Northern Ireland. He has also reported from Bosnia on the fall of Srebrenica and travelled throughout the Balkans during the conflict in Bosnia. Since January 2008, he has co-presented the programme Crimewatch with Kirsty Young and Rav Wilding (later Martin Bayfield), specialising in the solved cases, but missed the March 2015 episode, and was covered by Jason Mohammad.
Since 8 September 2014, he has presented the flagship programme Global on BBC World News, the BBC’s international news channel. on 27 June 2016 he presented his first edition of World News Today on the channel and BBC Four.
References[edit]

^ a b England & Wales, Birth
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Hulchul (1995 film)

Hulchul

Promotional Poster

हलचल

Directed by
Anees Bazmee

Produced by
Shabnam Kapoor

Written by
Anees Bazmee

Starring
Vinod Khanna
Ajay Devgn
Kajol

Music by
Anu Malik

Cinematography
S. Pappu

Edited by
Dilip Kotalgi, Zafar Sultan

Distributed by
Amit Arts

Release date

4 August 1995 (1995-08-04)

Country
India

Language
Hindi

Hulchul is a 1995 Bollywood action film directed and written by Anees Bazmee. It stars Vinod Khanna, Ajay Devgn and Kajol. The film premiered on 4 August 1995 in Mumbai. The role of Sharmili was originally offered to Divya Bharti but her sudden death called for Kajol to replace her.
Cast[edit]

Vinod Khanna as ACP Siddhant
Ajay Devgn as Deva
Kajol as Sharmili
Ronit Roy as Karan
Navni Parihar as Pushpa
Kader Khan as Chachaji
Amrish Puri as Shobraj
Ranjeet as Shobraj’s Friend
Mohan Joshi as Shobraj’s Friend
Deven Verma as Vinod bhai
Suresh Chatwal as Deva’s Father
Sujata Mehta as Deva’s Mother

Soundtracks[edit]

#
Title
Singer(s)

1
“Tu Mere Man Ki”
Alka Yagnik, Vinod Rathod

2
“Pehli Dafaa Is Dil Mein”
Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik

3
“Main Laila Ki”
Vinod Rathod, Sadhana Sargam

4
“I Am Sixteen”
Vinod Rathod, Alisha Chinai

5
“Bando Pe Apne Ae Daata”
Sonu Nigam, Sadhana Sargam

6
“Saawan Ka Mahina”
Vinod Rathod, Alisha Chinai

External links[edit]

Hulchul at the Internet Movie Database

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Films directed by Anees Bazmee

Hulchul (1995)
Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha (1998)
Deewangee (2002)
No Entry (2005)
Sandwich (2006)
Welcome (2007)
Singh Is Kinng (2008)
No Problem (2010)
Thank You (2011)
Ready (2011)
Welcome Back (2015)

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Charles North (politician)

The Honourable
Charles North

Speaker of the Legislative Assembly
of Western Australia

In office
31 July 1947 – 5 August 1953

Premier
Ross McLarty
Albert Hawke

Preceded by
Joseph Sleeman

Succeeded by
Aloysius Rodoreda

Member of the Legislative Assembly
for Claremont

In office
22 March 1924 – 7 April 1956

Preceded by
John Thomson

Succeeded by
Harold Cromellin

Personal details

Born
(1887-09-14)14 September 1887
Perth, Western Australia

Died
30 September 1979(1979-09-30)
Nedlands, Western Australia

Political party
Commonwealth Liberal (1914)
Nationalist (to 1945)
Liberal (from 1945)

Alma mater
Oriel College, Oxford

Charles Frederic John North (14 September 1887 – 30 September 1979) was an Australian lawyer and politician who was a member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1924 to 1956, initially representing the Nationalist Party and later the Liberal Party. He was Speaker of the Legislative Assembly from 1947 to 1953.

Contents

1 Early life
2 Politics
3 See also
4 References

Early life[edit]
North was born in Perth to Flora Frances (née Hamersley) and Frederic Dudley North. His father, a prominent civil servant, was a grandson of the Scottish artist Sir Francis Grant and a descendant of the Barons North. His mother was the daughter of Edward Hamersley II, a member of the pioneering Hamersley family of Western Australia.[1] North attended Hale School, Perth, before being sent to England to continue his education at Rugby School. He studied law at Oriel College, Oxford, graduating in 1909 with a Bachelor of Arts.[2] He was also a member of the college eight for three years. North was called to the Bar as part of the Middle Temple in 1912.[1] He was admitted to the Western Australian bar upon his return to Australia the following year, and, making his debut in politics, went on to contest the 1914 federal election for the Commonwealth Liberal Party, standing for the Senate.[3] North served as a captain in the No. 16 Squadron RAF in World War I, as an observer-air gunner.[1] He returned to Western Australia after the conclusion of the war, practising as a solicitor in Perth. He was elected to the Cottesloe Municipal Council in 1921, and served as Mayor of Cottesloe from 1923 to 1924.[1]
Politics[edit]
North was elected to the seat of Claremont at the 1924 state election, defeating a Labor candidate, George Dennis, and the sitting member, John Thomson, who had lost the endorsement of
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Me, My House & I

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Me, My House & I

Genre
Design, Renovation

Created by
Tim Alp

Starring
Brigitte Gall, Anthony Sayers

Theme music composer
Bartmart Audio

Country of origin
Canada

Original language(s)
English

No. of seasons
4

No. of episodes
52

Production

Executive producer(s)
Tim Alp and Brigitte Gall

Location(s)
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Running time
30 Minutes

Production company(s)
Mountain Road Productions

Release

Original network
W Network

Original release
2003

External links

Website

Production website

Me, My House & I is a Canadian television series which premiered on the W Network in 2003. It was produced by Mountain Road Productions.
Awards[edit]

Year
Nominee/work
Award
Result

2006
Me, My House & I
Summit Awards (SIA), Category: Movie/Film Music Website
Won Bronze

2004
Me, My House & I
Gemini Award, Category: Best Practical Information Series
Nominated

External links[edit]

http://www.memyhouseandi.tv
http://www.mountainroad.ca/mrp/portfolio/me_my_house_and_i.php
http://expressmedia.ca/store/index.php?cPath=21_36

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