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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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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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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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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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Ethan Allen (horse)

Ethan Allen

Breed
Morgan

Discipline
Harness racing

Sire
Black Hawk

Dam
Unnamed mare

Maternal grandsire
Red Robin

Sex
Stallion

Foaled
1849

Country
United States

Color
Bay

Breeder
Joel W. Holcomb

Ethan Allen (June 18 1849 – September 10 1876) was an influential Morgan horse sire and trotting racehorse.
Life[edit]
Ethan Allen was foaled June 18, 1849. He was sired by Black Hawk and out of an unnamed gray mare who was herself sired by Red Robin, a son of Figure. Ethan Allen was bred by Joel W. Holcomb of Ticonderoga, New York.[1] Ethan Allen was a bay with three white socks and a white star on his forehead. He stood around 15 hands (60 inches, 152 cm) and weighed 1,000 pounds (450 kg) at maturity.[2] Ethan Allen was the champion trotter of his time; he trotted the mile in 2:25. He was owned by multiple owners, and during 1866 and 1868 he stood at stud in Boston for a fee of $100. He sired approximately 72 foals in his lifetime, of which only two were fillies. He was featured in several Currier and Ives prints and was the model for a popular trotting horse weathervane.[1] Ethan Allen died in Lawrence, Kansas on September 10, 1876 at the age of 28, and was buried there with a marker over his grave. Later, he was exhumed and his articulated skeleton was put on display in the museum there.[3]
References[edit]

^ a b “Learn About the Morgan Horse”. Retrieved 31 July 2016. 
^ http://www.morganhorse.com/about_morgan/photos/morgan-photo-archive/236/
^ “Ethan Allen 50”. Retrieved 31 July 2016. 

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The Bank of New York Mellon

For its predecessor companies, see Bank of New York and Mellon Financial.

The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation

Type

Public company

Traded as
NYSE: BK
S&P 100 Component
S&P 500 Component

Industry
Banking, Financial services

Predecessor
Bank of New York
Mellon Financial

Founded
July 1, 2007; 9 years ago (2007-07-01)

Headquarters
225 Liberty Street, Manhattan, New York, United States

Area served

Worldwide

Key people

Gerald Hassell (Chairman & CEO)[1]
Karen Peetz (President)

Products
Corporate banking, Investment banking, Global wealth management, Financial analysis, Private equity

Revenue
US$15.194 billion (2015)[2]

Operating income

US$4.235 billion (2015)[2]

Net income

US$3.222 billion (2015)[2]

AUM
US$1.72 trillion (Q3 2016)[3]

Total assets
US$393.780 billion (2015)[2]

Total equity
US$35.485 billion (2015)[2][4]

Number of employees

51,200 (Dec 2015)[2]

Website
www.bnymellon.com

The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, commonly referred to as BNY Mellon, is an American worldwide banking and financial services corporation formed on July 1, 2007, as a result of the merger of The Bank of New York and Mellon Financial Corporation.[5]
BNY Mellon is the world’s largest custodian bank with more than $30.5 trillion in assets in custody.[3] It also has over $1.72 trillion in assets under management.[3]
The Bank of New York is the oldest banking corporation in the United States, and the 20th oldest bank in the world, having been established on June 9, 1784, by American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton.[6]

Contents

1 History

1.1 Bank of New York
1.2 Mellon Financial
1.3 Merger
1.4 Recent history

2 Controversy
3 Historical data
4 Operations

4.1 Business

4.1.1 Investment Services
4.1.2 Investment Management

4.2 Leadership
4.3 Company culture

5 Recognition and rankings
6 Sponsorships
7 See also
8 References
9 External links

History[edit]
Bank of New York[edit]

The Walton Mansion housed the Bank of New York from 1784 to 1787.

Alexander Hamilton shortly after the American Revolution.

The Bank of New York was founded by Alexander Hamilton on June 9, 1784, in the old Walton Mansion in New York City.[7][8] Due to local politics, it wasn’t able to procure a charter until 1791.[8] The President of the new bank was former Major General Alexander McDougall[9] and the Cashier was William Winston Seaton.[10]
The bank provided the United States government its fir
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Chełm Mały

Chełm Mały

Village

Wayside chapel

Chełm Mały

Coordinates: 50°6′10″N 19°13′17″E / 50.10278°N 19.22139°E / 50.10278; 19.22139Coordinates: 50°6′10″N 19°13′17″E / 50.10278°N 19.22139°E / 50.10278; 19.22139

Country
Poland

Voivodeship
Silesian

County
Bieruń-Lędziny

Gmina
Chełm Śląski

Chełm Mały [ˈxɛu̯m ˈmawɨ] is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Chełm Śląski, within Bieruń-Lędziny County, Silesian Voivodeship, in southern Poland.[1] It lies approximately 3 kilometres (2 mi) east of Chełm Śląski, 10 km (6 mi) east of Bieruń, and 23 km (14 mi) south-east of the regional capital Katowice.
References[edit]

^ “Central Statistical Office (GUS) – TERYT (National Register of Territorial Land Apportionment Journal)” (in Polish). 2008-06-01. 

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Gmina Chełm Śląski

Seat

Chełm Śląski

Other villages

Chełm Mały
Kopciowice

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Skrzyszów, Silesian Voivodeship

For other places with the same name, see Skrzyszów.

Skrzyszów

Village

Saint Archangel Michael Church

Skrzyszów

Coordinates: 49°56′52″N 18°29′30″E / 49.94778°N 18.49167°E / 49.94778; 18.49167

Country
Poland

Voivodeship
Silesian

County
Wodzisław

Gmina
Godów

First mentioned
1286

Government

 • Mayor
Henryk Holesz

Area
11.56 km2 (4.46 sq mi)

Population (2006)
3,280

 • Density
280/km2 (730/sq mi)

Time zone
CET (UTC+1)

 • Summer (DST)
CEST (UTC+2)

Postal code
44-348

Car plates
SWD

Website
http://www.skrzyszow.org/

Skrzyszów [ˈskʂɨʂuf] is a village in Gmina Godów, Wodzisław County, Silesian Voivodeship, southern Poland. It has a population of 3,280 and lies close to the border with the Czech Republic.
External links[edit]

(Polish) Official website

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Gmina Godów

Seat

Godów

Other villages

Gołkowice
Krostoszowice
Łaziska
Podbucze
Skrbeńsko
Skrzyszów

Coordinates: 49°56′52″N 18°29′30″E / 49.94778°N 18.49167°E / 49.94778; 18.49167

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Ernst Jordan

Ernst Jordan

Personal information

Date of birth
(1883-05-18)18 May 1883

Place of birth
Germany

Date of death
1948 (aged 64–65)

Playing position
Defender

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

Cricket Viktoria Magdeburg

National team

1908
Germany
1
(0)

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

Ernst Jordan (18 May 1883 – 1948), was a German football defender who played for Cricket Viktoria Magdeburg. He was also called “Langmeier” because he was quite tall (German: „lang”).
Jordan represented Germany in the team’s first ever international match against Switzerland in 1908.[1] Germany was going to play with the two defenders Walter Hempel and Heinrich Riso, but Riso was injured, and Jordan was chosen to play left back as his replacement. He scored an own-goal, the first own-goal scored against Germany, which gave Switzerland a 2–1 lead, and Switzerland won the match 5–3.[2]
From 1910 to 1914, he won the Gaumeisterschaft Mittelelbe as a team member of Cricket Viktoria Magdeburg five times running.[3]
Jordan was a painter.[2]
References[edit]

^ “Schweiz – Deutschland 5:3” [Switzerland 5–3 Germany]. IFFHS. Retrieved 16 March 2011. 
^ a b Wittner, Andreas. “Länderspiel-Premiere 1908 – Der schwarze Tag von Basel”. Einestages. Spiegel Online. Retrieved 25 June 2013. 
^ Wittner, Andreas. “Nationalspieler Ernst Jordan”. Einestages. Spiegel Online. Retrieved 25 June 2013. 

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Bahia State University

Bahia State University

Universidade do Estado da Bahia

Shield of the Bahia State University

Other name

UNEB

Motto
Hominem Augere (Latin)

Motto in English

For the betterment of man.

Type
Public university

Established
1983

Rector
José Bites

Location
Salvador, Camaçari, Jacobina, Santo Antônio de Jesus, Juazeiro, Barreiras, Alagoinhas, Caetité, Senhor do Bonfim, Paulo Afonso, Teixeira de Freitas, Serrinha, Guanambi, Itaberaba, Valença, Irecê.Bom Jesus da Lapa, Conceição do Coité, Eunapólis, Brumado, Ipiaú, Euclides da Cunha, Seabra, Xique-Xique, Bahia, Brazil

Colors

Blue and Red
          

Sports
Football, basketball, volleyball, handball,

Website
www.uneb.br

Bahia State University (Portuguese: Universidade do Estado da Bahia, UNEB) is a public university in the Brazilian state of Bahia. It is the largest northeastern Brazilian university and one of the region’s most prestigious educational institution.
The university was founded in 1983, regrouping already existing schools in the state of Bahia, such as the Technical Education Center of Bahia, the Faculty of Agronomy of the Middle San Francisco(Brazilian river), the Faculty of Teacher Training of Alagoinhas, the Faculty of Teacher Training of Jacobina, the Faculty of Teacher Training of Santo Antônio de Jesus, the Faculty of Philosophy, Sciences and Letters of Caetité and the Faculty of Philosophy, Sciences and Letters of Juazeiro. The university has subsequently created new departments, becoming one of the largest institutions of higher education in Brazil, with approximately 50,000 enrolled students.

Contents

1 Academics

1.1 Rankings
1.2 Research and Postgraduate
1.3 Divisions

2 See also
3 References
4 External links

Academics[edit]
Rankings[edit]
Maximum Score in student participation
Quacquarelli Symonds uses its own methodology to carry out the study, with data collection in higher education institutions and to data provided by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OCED), which brings together 34 countries worldwide.
The QS evaluates issues such as academic reputation – are applied 15,000 questionnaires with academic – employability reputation (evaluates the image with companies and government agencies employers of graduates), titration of teachers, published articles, citations in academic papers, impact on internet in addition to the degree of participation and student s
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