Dolbeault cohomology

In mathematics, in particular in algebraic geometry and differential geometry, Dolbeault cohomology (named after Pierre Dolbeault) is an analog of de Rham cohomology for complex manifolds. Let M be a complex manifold. Then the Dolbeault cohomology groups Hp,q(M,C) depend on a pair of integers p and q and are realized as a subquotient of the space of complex differential forms of degree (p,q).

Contents

1 Construction of the cohomology groups
2 Dolbeault cohomology of vector bundles
3 Dolbeault’s theorem

3.1 Proof

4 Footnotes
5 References

Construction of the cohomology groups[edit]
Let Ωp,q be the vector bundle of complex differential forms of degree (p,q). In the article on complex forms, the Dolbeault operator is defined as a differential operator on smooth sections


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Raja Jemaah

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Raja Jema’ah

Raja Permaisuri Agong II
Tengku Ampuan Besar of Selangor

Raja Permaisuri Agong of Malaysia

Reign
1 April 1960 – 1 September 1960

Predecessor
Tunku Kurshiah

Successor
Tengku Budriah

Tengku Ampuan of Selangor

Reign
26 January 1939 – 1 April 1960

Predecessor
Tengku Ampuan Fatimah

Successor
Tengku Ampuan Rahimah

Born
1900
Kuala Langat, Selangor

Died
8 April 1973

Burial
8 April 1973
Royal Mausoleum, Klang, Selangor

Spouse
Hisamuddin Alam Shah of Selangor

Issue
Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah

House
House of Daeng Chelak

Father
Raja Ahmad

Religion
Sunni Islam

Raja Jema’ah binti Raja Ahmad was the second Raja Permaisuri Agong of Malaysia during the brief reign of her husband, Sultan Hisamuddin Alam Shah Al-Haj ibni Almarhum Sultan Alaeddin Sulaiman Shah. She was also Tengku Ampuan of Selangor during her husband’s reign as Sultan of Selangor.
Born in 1900, in Bandar Termasha, Kuala Langat, Selangor, she was a member of a junior branch of the Selangor royal family. She received her early education in a Malay School near the Bandar Termasha Palace.
In 1920, Tengku Ampuan Jema’ah married Sultan Hisamuddin Alam Shah who was then the royal escort to HRH Sultan Alaiddin Sulaiman Shah. Hence she became the special escort to HRH Tengku Ampuan Fatimah.
In 1926, Tengku Ampuan Jema’ah gave birth to a son, HRH Tengku Abdul Aziz Shah, who later became the 8th Sultan of Selangor.
In 1952, Tengku Ampuan Jema’ah performed the pilgrimage in Makkah and in the following year she accompanied Sultan Hishamuddin Alam Shah for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in United Kingdom.
Her husband, Sultan Alam Shah died of a mysterious illness at Istana Tetamu in Kuala Lumpur on 1 September 1960 – the day fixed for his installation. According to then Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman, the ruler had been struck down by illness after using the royal regalia in advance of his installation.[1] His death occurred after twenty seven days of illness. He was buried at the Royal Mausoleum near Sultan Sulaiman Mosque in Klang, Selangor on 3 September 1960.[2]
Following her husband’s death, Tengku Ampuan Jema’ah lived in quiet retirement until her death on 8 April 1973.
Her only child succe

James Mellor Paulton

James Mellor Paulton

“Harry”. Caricature by Spy published in Vanity Fair in 1895.

James Mellor Paulton (1857 – 6 December 1923)[1] was a British journalist and Liberal politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1885 to 1910.
Paulton was the son of Abraham Walter Paulton of Bolton, and his wife Martha Mellor, daughter of James Mellor, of Liverpool.[2] His father was the first editor of the Manchester Examiner. Paulton was educated at London International College and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge.[3] He was admitted at Inner Temple on 9 November 1878 but became a journalist.[4] He was war correspondent for the Manchester Examiner in 1884 when he reported on the campaign in Egypt.[5] He was present at Battle of El Teb in 1884.
At the 1885 general election Paulton was elected as Member of Parliament (MP) for Bishop Auckland.[6] He was private Secretary to James Bryce and Hugh Childers in the Home Office in 1886, and assistant private secretary to H. H. Asquith from 1893 to 1895. He held his seat until he retired from the House of Commons at the January 1910 election.[6]
Paulton was assistant paymaster-general at the Supreme Court from 1909 to 1921
References[edit]

^ Leigh Rayment’s Historical List of MPs – Constituencies beginning with “B” (part 3)[self-published source][better source needed]
^ Debrett’s House of Commons and Judicial Guide 1886
^ “Paulton, James Mellor (PLTN876JM)”. A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge. 
^ Scoop database of Journalists
^ Edward M. Spiers The Victorian Soldier in Africa
^ a b Craig, F. W. S. (1989) [1974]. British parliamentary election results 1885–1918 (2nd ed.). Chichester: Parliamentary Research Services. p. 268. ISBN 0-900178-27-2. 

External links[edit]

Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by James Paulton

Parliament of the United Kingdom

New constituency
Member of Parliament for Bishop Auckland
1885 – January 1910
Succeeded by
Sir Henry Havelock-Allan

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Carl Diercke

Carl Diercke.

Diercke-Commemorative plaque in Kyritz

Carl Diercke (born 15 September 1842 in Kyritz, Ostprignitz; died 7 March 1913 in Berlin) was a German cartographer.

Contents

1 Life
2 Literature
3 External links
4 References

Life[edit]
From 1863 to 1865, Diercke studied in Berlin. In 1875, Diercke started German geography atlas Diercke. Diercke was the first in the world to develop a world atlas without leaving his birth country[1]
In 1871, he married Hermine Marie Ottilie Lucas.
Literature[edit]

Jürgen Espenhorst, Erhard Kümpel: Diercke, ein Atlas für Generationen. Hintergründe, Geschichte und bibliographische Angaben bis 1955. Pangaea-Verlag, Schwerte 1999, ISBN 3-930401-50-9.

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Diercke.

Company Diercke

References[edit]

^ Company Diercke

Authority control

WorldCat Identities
VIAF: 136873
LCCN: n50028804
ISNI: 0000 0001 0861 5358
GND: 118525433
SUDOC: 103620249
BNF: cb12759511w (data)

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BJ모음

New York County Court

New York State Unified Court System

Court of Appeals
Supreme Court, Appellate Division
Supreme Court
Court of Claims
Surrogate’s Court
Family Court
County Court
District Court
New York City: Civil, Criminal
Justice courts
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The County Court of the State of New York is a New York State Unified Court System court of general jurisdiction outside New York City.[1] In New York City, criminal and civil matters are heard in the city Criminal Court and Civil Court, respectively, or the state Supreme Court.

Contents

1 Jurisdiction
2 Structure
3 Judges
4 Appellate procedure
5 Notes
6 References
7 External links

Jurisdiction[edit]
The court has unlimited criminal jurisdiction and civil jurisdiction where the amount in controversy is no more than $25,000.[2] In many counties, this court primarily hears criminal cases (whereas the Supreme Court primarily hears civil cases),[3] and usually only felonies as lesser crimes are handled by local courts.[4]
Structure[edit]
A County Court operates in each county except for the five counties of New York City (in those counties, the New York City Courts and Supreme Court operate in place of a typical County Court). Unlike the Supreme Court, each County Court is considered distinct.[2]
The County Court is authorized to establish “appellate sessions”, an intermediate appellate court that hears appeals from the inferior courts.[5] Appellate sessions are located in the Third and Fourth Judicial Departments only.[5]
Judges[edit]
Judges are elected to ten-year terms.[1]
Appellate procedure[edit]
Appeals in civil cases are to the Supreme Court, Appellate Division as of right, and in criminal matters appeals are to the Court of Appeals only by permission of a judge of the Court of Appeals.[5]
Notes[edit]

^ a b Constitution of the State of New York Article VI, § 10. “a. The county court is continued in each county outside the city of New York. There shall be at least one judge of the county court in each county and such number of additional judges in each county as may be provided by law. The judges shall be residents of the county and shall be chosen by the electors of the county. b. The terms of the judges of the county court shall be ten years from and including the first day of January next after their election.”
^ a b Galie 1991, p. 133.
^ Gibson & Manz 2004, p. 128.
^ Stonecash, Jeffrey M. (2001). Governing New York State (4th ed.). SUNY Press. p. 172. ISBN 0-79
연예인야동

Kabayama Aisuke

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In this Japanese name, the birth family name is Kabayama.
Kabayama Aisuke (樺山 愛輔?, June 3, 1865 – October 21, 1953) was a Japanese businessman and privy counselor.
Career[edit]
In the 1930s, Kabayama was one of the first directors of the Society for the Promotion of International Culture (Kokusai Bunka Shinkōkai),[1] and an early leader of the America-Japan Society (Nichi-Bei Kyōkai).[2]
References[edit]

^ Auslin, Michael R. (2011). Pacific Cosmopolitans: A Cultural History of U.S.-Japan Relations, p. 156.
^ Auslin, p. 195.

External links[edit]

National Diet Library, Portraits of Modern Japanese Historical Figures, Kabayama Aisuke

Inclusive Wicca Tradition

The Community Church of Inclusive Wicca

Logo of Community Church of Inclusive Wicca – the corporate body of Inclusive Wicca

Type

Eclectic Wicca tradition
Non-lineaged

Headquarters
South Australia

Region served

International

Website
www.cciwi.org

Inclusive Wicca is an eclectic wiccan tradition which developed from the Oak and Mistletoe Teaching Coven founded in 2008 by Australian, Amethyst Treleven.

Contents

1 Incorporation
2 Covens and teaching
3 Publication
4 See also
5 References
6 External links

Incorporation[edit]
The corporate body of the tradition in Australia is the Community Church of Inclusive Wicca Incorporated, which is registered as a church in South Australia with its headquarters in Adelaide. It aims to present Wicca in an open way that adapts to the needs of individual seekers both in Australia and internationally.[1]
Covens and teaching[edit]
CCIWT has both a face-to-face coven, and an online one,[2] as well as a school of “three degrees” or levels of training.
Publication[edit]
The body produces a quarterly e-magazine, Spirit and Spell at low cost which is free to paid up members of the group. It serves the Australian pagan community and appears four times a year to coincide with the Australian sabbats being:

Lughnasadh – 1 February
Samhain – 1 May
Imbolc -1 August
Beltane – 1 November[3]

See also[edit]

Modern wicca
Neopaganism

References[edit]

^ Treleven, Amethyst (2008). Seeker’s Guide to Learning Wicca: Training to First Degree for the Northern Hemisphere. Adelaide, South Australia: Oak & Mistletoe. ISBN 978-0-9805818-2-9. 
^ Circle of Oak & Mistletoe
^ [1]

External links[edit]

Community Church of Inclusive Wicca homepage

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Wicca

History

History of Wicca
Etymology of Wicca
Wicca and LGBT people
Dettmer v. Landon

Traditions

1734 Tradition
Cochrane’s Craft
Coven of Atho
Feri
Reclaiming
Stregheria
Bricket Wood coven
New Forest coven
Church and School of Wicca

Wicca

British Traditional

Alexandrian Wicca
Algard Wicca
Blue Star Wicca
Central Valley Wicca
Chthonioi Alexandrian Wicca
Gardnerian Wicca

Other

Celtic Wicca
Dianic Wicca
Faery Wicca
Georgian Wicca
Odyssean Wicca
Seax-Wica
Universal Eclectic Wicca

Notable figures

Gerald Gardner
Doreen Valiente
Alex Sanders
Maxine Sanders
Sybil Leek
Margot Adler
Victor Anderson
Eleanor Bone
Gavin Bone
Lois Bourne
Jack Bracelin
Raymond Buckland
Eddie Buczyns

Brown L. Whatley

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Brown L. Whatley was a former real estate developer in Florida, chairman of Arvida Corp., and president of the Mortgage Bankers Association of America.

Contents

1 Early life
2 Career
3 Awards
4 References

Early life[edit]
Brown L. Whatley attended Riverside Military Academy in Gainesville, Georgia. He was a student at the University of Georgia in the 1920s, where he became a member of the Delta Chapter of the Sigma Chi fraternity.
Career[edit]
Whatley was an original partner of Stockton, Whatley, Davin & Co. out of Jacksonville, Florida. They formed Florida’s largest real estate and mortgage banking firm.[1] In 1964 they were acquired by the General American Oil Company.
Whatley was chairman of Florida Real Estate developer Arvida Corp. during the 1960s, and was the former president of the Mortgage Bankers Association of America.[2]
Awards[edit]
The Brown L. Whatley Memorial Park in Jacksonville is named in his honor.[3]
The Brown L. Whatley Award is named in his honor.[4]
References[edit]

^ “Archived copy”. Archived from the original on 2009-05-10. Retrieved 2009-04-22. 
^ https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=888&dat=19510511&id=is4KAAAAIBAJ&sjid=mk4DAAAAIBAJ&pg=2527,4670270
^ http://apps2.coj.net/parksinternet/parkdetails.asp?parkid=294
^ “Archived copy”. Archived from the original on 2009-04-06. Retrieved 2009-04-22. 

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Losoxantrone

Losoxantrone

Identifiers

IUPAC name

7-Hydroxy-2-{2-[(2-hydroxyethyl)amino]ethyl}-5-({2-[(2-hydroxyethyl)amino]ethyl}amino)dibenzo[cd,g]indazol-6(2H)-one

CAS Number
88303-60-0 Y

PubChem (CID)
72116

ChemSpider
65094 Y

Chemical and physical data

Formula
C22H27N5O4

Molar mass
425.48088 g/mol

3D model (Jmol)
Interactive image

SMILES

c1cc-2c(c(c1)O)C(=O)c3c(ccc4c3c2nn4CCNCCO)NCCNCCO

InChI

InChI=InChI=1S/C22H27N5O4/c28-12-9-23-6-7-25-15-4-5-16-20-19(15)22(31)18-14(2-1-3-17(18)30)21(20)26-27(16)11-8-24-10-13-29/h1-5,23-25,28-30H,6-13H2 Y

Key:YROQEQPFUCPDCP-UHFFFAOYSA-N Y

Losoxantrone (biantrazole) is a anthroquinone anthrapyrazole antineoplastic agent and analog of mitoxantrone.[1][2] It is also sometimes known as DuP 941.[3]
See also[edit]

Mitoxantrone
Piroxantrone

References[edit]

^ Showalter, H. D. H.; Johnson, J. L.; Hoftiezer, J. M.; Turner, W. R.; Werbel, L. M.; Leopold, W. R.; Shillis, J. L.; Jackson, R. C.; Elslager, E. F. (1987). “Anthrapyrazole anticancer agents. Synthesis and structure-activity relationships against murine leukemias”. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 30: 121. doi:10.1021/jm00384a021. 
^ Beylin, V. G.; Colbry, N. L.; Goel, O. P.; Haky, J. E.; Johnson, D. R.; Johnson, J. L.; Kanter, G. D.; Leeds, R. L.; Leja, B.; Lewis, E. P.; Rithner, C. D.; Showalter, H. D. H.; Sercel, A. D.; Turner, W. R.; Uhlendorf, S. E. (1989). “Anticancer anthrapyrazoles. Improved syntheses of clinical agents CI-937, CI-941, and piroxantrone hydrochloride”. Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry. 26: 85. doi:10.1002/jhet.5570260117. 
^ Leteurtre, F.; Kohlhagen, G.; Paull, K. D.; Pommier, Y. (17 August 1994). “Topoisomerase II Inhibition and Cytotoxicity of the Anthrapyrazoles DuP 937 and DuP 941 (Losoxantrone) in the National Cancer Institute Preclinical Antitumor Drug Discovery Screen”. JNCI Journal of the National Cancer Institute. 86 (16): 1239–1244. doi:10.1093/jnci/86.16.1239. 

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Intracellular chemotherapeutic agents / antineoplastic agents (L01)

SPs/MIs
(M phase)

Block microtubule assembly

Vinca alkaloids (Vinblastine#
Vincristine#
Vinflunine§
Vindesine
Vinorelbine)

Block microtubule disassembly

Taxanes (Cabazitaxel
Docetaxel#
Larotaxel
Ortataxel†
Paclitaxel#
Tesetaxel)
Epothilones (Ixabepilone)

DNA replication
inhibitor

DNA precursors/
antimetabolites
(S phase)

Folic acid

Dihydrofolate reductase inhibitor (

A Night with the Jersey Devil

A Night With The Jersey Devil is a song by the American rock singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen.
The song was released as a download-only single, accompanied by a video, on October 31, 2008 as a “Halloween treat” on the artist’s website. This release featured a handwritten note by Springsteen:

Dear Friends and Fans,
if you grew up in central or south Jersey, you grew up with the “Jersey Devil.”
Here’s a little musical Halloween treat. Have fun!
– Bruce Springsteen

The video is included the deluxe edition DVD of his Working on a Dream album, which is currently the only official physical release of the song. It is a blues tune with bullet mic vocals, including portions of the Gene Vincent 1958 song “Baby Blue” (specifically, one verse – featured here as the last verse), and therefore Springsteen shares the song’s writing credits with the two co-writers of “Baby Blue”, Robert Jones and Gene Vincent.[1]
Springsteen’s lyrics tell the story of a legendary creature known as the “Jersey Devil”; in 1735 a woman called “Mother Leeds” gave birth to her 13th child, who metamorphosed into an evil creature with bat wings, forked feet and a horse’s head; because of this, his parents threw him in a river where he drowned and now haunts the Pine Barrens in New Jersey.[2]
The song was released on 7″ vinyl along with “What Love Can Do” on April 18, 2009 as part of the Record Store Day promotion.[3]
References[edit]

^ Song lyrics and information on www.springsteenlyrics.com Archived February 5, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.
^ Vena, Jocelyn (October 31, 2008). Bruce Springsteen’s Halloween Treat: ‘A Night With The Jersey Devil’ MTV News.
^ List of 2009 Record Store Day Releases

External links[edit]

A Night With The Jersey Devil Lyrics
Gene Vincent singing “Baby Blue”
Official Robert Jones website
Official Bruce Springsteen website

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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

Bruce Springsteen
Garry Tallent
Roy Bittan
Max Weinberg
Steven Van Zandt
Nils Lofgren
Patti Scialfa

Jake Clemons
Charles Giordano
Soozie Tyrell

Former members
Ernest Carter
Clarence Clemons
Danny Federici
Suki Lahav
Vini Lopez
David Sancious

Former touring musicians

Everett Bradley
Barry Danielian
Clark Gayton
Curtis King
Ed Manion
The Miami Horns
Cindy Mizelle
Michelle Moore
Tom Morello
Curt Ramm
Jay Weinberg

Studio albums

Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. (1973)
The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle (1973)
Born to Run (1975)
Darkness on the Edge of