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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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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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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APE Foundation

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APE Foundation

Association for Protection of the Environment

Founder
Saroch Deschusson
Dr. Narumol Plodtong
Oliver Price
Sarah Hopson

Type
Charitable foundation

Focus
Environmentalism

Location

Khlong Thom District, Krabi Province, Thailand

Area served

Khao Nor Chuchi tropical lowland forest situated in Khoa Pra-Bang Khram National Reserve Forest and Khao Pra-Brag Khram Wildlife Sanctuary

Method
Community work, research, education

Website
http://a-p-e.org

The Association for Protection of the Environment (APE) is an non-governmental organization working on issues regarding the conservation, and restoration of the environment, education about among other things permaculture and agroforestry
The group says its mission is “to protect the existing forest and wildlife, particularly in Khao Nor Chuchi Lowland Forest and to increase biodiversity in the area”. Among other issues, it is also concerned with endangered species, deforestation and climate change.

Contents

1 History
2 Project area
3 Volunteer project
4 Current conservation approach
5 Work with governments
6 References
7 External links

History[edit]
APE was started in 2010, by a Thai and British group of conservation workers and volunteers who come from biology, forestry, design and teaching backgrounds. APE was born of there shared urge to prevent deforestation of the few remaining areas of primary forest, restore land cleared areas and protect wildlife in Thailand
Project area[edit]
APE is working in Khao Nor Chuchi [1] tropical lowland forest situated in Khoa Pra-Bang Khram National Reserve Forest and Khao Pra-Brag Khram Wildlife Sanctuary. Krabi Province has the last remaining areas of topical lowland forest in Thailand, these richly diverse areas are home to several endangered and threatened species such as bearcat, rufous-collared kingfisher and Gurney’s pitta
Volunteer project[edit]
Participants projects including teaching in schools, basic construction, planting trees, seed collections and community work.
Current conservation approach[edit]
Protect the existing forest and wildlife through education and research projects Encourage planting of native tree and plant species to increase biodiversity in the area Restore existing forest with help from groups like FORRU, OBC,[2] RSPB and BCS
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Casket Garden

Casket Garden

EP by Dismember

Released
1995

Genre
Death metal

Label
Nuclear Blast

Dismember chronology

Pieces
(1992)
Casket Garden
(1995)
Misanthropic
(1997)

Casket Garden is an EP released by Dismember. It was released in 1995 by Nuclear Blast. The song “Casket Garden” is also the ninth track on Dismember’s third album Massive Killing Capacity.
EP Track listing[edit]

“Casket Garden” – 3:36
“Wardead” – 2:27
“Justifiable Homicide” – 3:18

Credits[edit]

Matti Kärki – Vocals
Fred Estby – Drums
David Blomqvist – Lead guitar
Richard Cabeza – Bass
Robert Sennebäck – Guitar

References[edit]

Casket Garden at AllMusic. Retrieved 17:17, 19 August 2016 (UTC).

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Dismember

David Blomqvist
Matti Kärki
Martin Persson
Tobias Cristiansson
Thomas Daun

Fred Estby
Robert Sennebäck
Richard Cabeza
Sharlee D’Angelo
Magnus Sahlgren
Johan Bergebäck

Studio albums

Like an Ever Flowing Stream
Indecent & Obscene
Massive Killing Capacity
Death Metal
Hate Campaign
Where Ironcrosses Grow
The God That Never Was
Dismember

Extended plays

Pieces
Casket Garden
Misanthropic

Live albums

Live Blasphemies
Under Blood Red Skies

Compilation albums

Complete Demos

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UCLA Extension Writers’ Program

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UCLA Extension Writers’ Program is a unit within UCLA Extension [1], the not-for-profit and self-supporting community outreach arm of the University of California, Los Angeles. Located in the Westwood Village area of the city, the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program offers more than 400 annual open-enrollment screenwriting and creative writing courses for all levels of writers. Courses are available online, on the UCLA campus, and at some satellite locations in the Los Angeles area, and all courses are approved by the UCLA Academic Senate [2]. The Writers’ Program also offers many services and free events that are open to the public.

Contents

1 History
2 Courses
3 Services
4 Events
5 Scholarships
6 Books
7 Student Success Stories
8 Sources
9 External links

History[edit]
The Regents of the University of California [3] established University Extension in 1891. A permanent Extension office was opened in Los Angeles in 1917.1 Extension moved to the UCLA campus in 1948, and subsequently to its present location at Gayley and LeConte in 1971. The UCLA Extension Writers’ Program was established in 1966. Today, the Writers’ Program offers more courses than any university-related writing program in the world [4].
Courses[edit]
The Writers’ Program offers more than 400 annual onsite and online courses including beginning, intermediate, and advanced-level courses in fiction, memoir, personal essay, poetry, playwriting, publishing, writing for the youth market, feature film writing, and television writing. Courses are taught by a roster of more than 200 published or produced writing professionals. Daytime, evening, and weekend courses are available. The Writers’ Program also offers nine- and six-month Master Classes in Novel Writing, Feature Film Writing, and Television Writing, and a four-day intensive Writers Studio.
Services[edit]
Five certificate programs (Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Feature Film Writing, Television Writing and Film and TV Comprehensive) are available for students who prefer a
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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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Kazi Township, Lhünzhub County

Kazi Township
卡孜乡

Township

Kazi

Location in Tibet

Coordinates: 29°54′03″N 91°10′24″E / 29.90083°N 91.17333°E / 29.90083; 91.17333Coordinates: 29°54′03″N 91°10′24″E / 29.90083°N 91.17333°E / 29.90083; 91.17333

Country
People’s Republic of China

Region
Tibet

Prefecture-level city
Lhasa

County
Lhünzhub

Elevation
3,808 m (12,493 ft)

Time zone
China Standard (UTC+8)

Area code(s)
0891

Kazi Township (simplified Chinese: 卡孜乡; traditional Chinese: 卡孜鄉; pinyin: Kǎzī Xiāng; Standard Tibetan: ???) is a township of Lhünzhub County, in east-central Tibet Autonomous Region, People’s Republic of China,[1] located 8.6 kilometres (5.3 mi) west of the county seat, and about 25 km (16 mi) north of the main urban area of Lhasa As of 2011[update], it has 6 villages under its administration.[2]
References[edit]

^ 林周县 [Lhünzhub County] (in Chinese). NBS. Retrieved 2012-05-27. 
^ 2011年统计用区划代码和城乡划分代码:卡孜乡 (in Chinese). National Bureau of Statistics of the People’s Republic of China. Retrieved 2012-07-16. 

External links[edit]

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Lew Yih Wey

Lew Yih Wey

Personal information

Full name
Lew Yih Wey

National team
 Malaysia

Born
(1991-06-27) 27 June 1991 (age 25)
Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia[1]

Height
1.56 m (5 ft 1 in)

Weight
50 kg (110 lb)

Sport

Sport
Swimming

Strokes
Freestyle, backstroke, medley

Club
Kelab Paroi Negeri Sembilan[1]

Medal record

Women’s swimming

Representing Malaysia

Southeast Asian Games

2007 Bangkok
200 m backstroke

2007 Bangkok
800 m freestyle

2007 Bangkok
400 m medley

2007 Bangkok
4×200 m freestyle

Lew Yih Wey (born 27 June 1991) is a Malaysian swimmer, who specialised in long-distance freestyle, backstroke, and individual medley events.[2][1] She represented her nation Malaysia at the 2008 Summer Olympics, and has won a career total of four medals (one gold and three bronze) in a major international competition, spanning the 2007 Southeast Asian Games in Bangkok, Thailand.[3]
Lew competed for the Malaysian swimming team in the women’s 400 m individual medley at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Three months before the Games, she produced a record-breaking effort and cleared a FINA B-cut of 4:50.52 to earn her Olympic debut at the Malaysian Open Championships in Bukit Jalil. Her winning time from the meet also erased the national mark of 4:51.01, set by Siow Yi Ting at the 2003 Southeast Asian Games in Hanoi, Vietnam.[4][5] Swimming as the fastest entrant in heat one, Lew attempted to chase Singapore’s Quah Ting Wen and 2004 Olympic finalist Nam Yoo-sun of South Korea at the final turn of the race, but could not catch them near the wall to finish only with a third-place time and thirty-fourth overall in 4:55.83, just more than five seconds outside her national record.[6][7]
References[edit]

^ a b c “Lew Yih Wey”. Beijing 2008. Retrieved 16 January 2016. 
^ “Lew Yih Wey”. Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
^ “Lew Yih Wey snatches women’s 200m backstroke gold at SEA Games”. People’s Daily. 7 December 2007. Retrieved 16 January 2016. 
^ Lim, Teik Huat (2 May 2008). “Swimming: Yih Wey makes cut”. Malaysia: The Star. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
^ “Swimmer Yih Wey makes it to Beijing”. The Malaysian Insider. 2 May 2008. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
^ “Swimming: Women’s 400m Individual Medley – Heat 1”. Beijing 2008. NBC Olympics. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
^ “Game over as Yih Wey sinks in
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