Dan Tyler

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Dan Tyler (born Daniel Eugene Tyler, born November 22, 1950, McComb, Mississippi) is an American songwriter.[1] Among his best known songs are “Bobbie Sue”, “Modern Day Romance”, “Twenty Years Ago”, “Somebody’s Doin’ Me Right”, and “The Light In Your Eyes.”
His songs have been recorded by, among others, Eddy Arnold, The Oak Ridge Boys, Bobby Blue Bland, Keith Whitley, Candi Staton, Kenny Rogers, Agnetha Faltskog, LeAnn Rimes, B.J. Thomas, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Dr. Hook, Eddie Rabbitt, the C
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Victorian Spirit

Victorian Spirit

Captain:
Meg Lanning

Coach:
Barry Neivandt

Founded:
1996

Home ground:
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne

Capacity:
100,000

Official website:
Official Site

The Victorian Spirit are the women’s representative cricket team for Victoria and compete in the Women’s National Cricket League. They are one of only two sides to win a WNCL title – 02/3 & 04/5. They are one of only two sides to win the Women’s Twenty20 League (09/10, 10/11 & 11/12), defeating New South Wales each time in the Grand Final.
Their official home ground is the Melbourne Cricket Ground. However, they also play home games at Casey Fields, Camberwell Sports Ground and Junction Oval.

Contents

1 Honours
2 Current Squad
3 See also
4 External links

Honours[edit]

WNCL Titles: 2 (2002/3 & 2004/5)
WNCL Runners-up: 9 (1996/7, 1998/9, 2001/2, 2003/4, 2006/7, 2008/9, 2009/10, 2010/11 & 2011/12)
WT20 Titles: 3 (2009/10, 2010/11 & 2011/12)

Current Squad[edit]

Name
Age
Batting Style
Bowling Style
Club
Notes

Kelly Applebee
35
Right Hand
Right Arm Medium
Dandenong

Kristen Beams
32
Right Hand
Right Arm Leg Break
Essendon Maribyrnong Park

Briana Binch
29
Right Hand
Right Arm Medium
Essendon Maribyrnong Park

Cassie Brock
26
Right Hand
Right Arm Leg Break
Essendon Maribyrnong Park

Jess Cameron
27
Right Hand
Right Arm Leg Break
Prahran
Australian Representative

Kathleen Hempenstall
28
Right Hand
Right Arm Medium
Prahran

Julie Hunter
32
Right Hand
Right Arm Fast Medium
Dandenong
Australian Representative

Emma Inglis
28
Right Hand

Prahran

Emma Kearney
27
Right Hand
Right Arm Medium
Essendon Maribyrnong Park

Alana King
21
Right Hand
Right Arm Leg Break
Dandenong
Rookie

Kirsty Lamb
22
Right Hand
Left Arm Medium
Plenty Valley
Rookie

Anna Lanning
22
Right Hand
Right Arm Medium
Box Hill

Meg Lanning
24
Right Hand
Right Arm Medium
Box Hill
Australian Representative, WNCL and WT20 captain

Emily McIntyre
32
Right Hand
Right Arm Medium
Essendon Maribyrnong Park

Molly Strano
24
Right Hand
Right Arm Off break
Essendon Maribyrnong Park

Elyse Villani
27
Right Hand
Right Arm Medium
Prahran
Australian Representative

See also[edit]

Victorian Cricket Association
Victorian Bushrangers

External links[edit]

Official Website of the Victorian Spirit
Official Website of Cricket Australia
Article on team’s history from Cricinfo

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National team: Southern Stars

Women’s
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Short Triple Tractor

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Short Triple Tractor

Role
Experimental aircraft

National origin
United Kingdom

Manufacturer
Short Brothers

Designer
Horace Short

First flight
24 July 1912

Number built
1

The Short S.47 Triple Tractor was one of a series of experimental twin-engined aircraft built by Short Brothers in 1912. It acquired its name because the two engines drove three tractor propellers.

Contents

1 Design and development
2 Service history
3 Specifications
4 References

4.1 Notes
4.2 Bibliography

Design and development[edit]
The Triple Tractor followed the Tandem Twin and Triple Twin in the series of twin engined aircraft built by Short Brothers, the intention behind fitting two engines being to produce an aircraft capable of sustaining flight in the event of one engine failing. It was powered by a pair of 50 hp (37 kW) Gnome Double Omega engines mounted in tandem in the extended nose of the aircraft, the front engine driving a single propeller and the other driving a pair of tractor propellers mounted at mid-gap between the wings using chains. In order to reduce the torque effect of the rotary engines they were arranged to revolve in opposite directions.
The airframe of the Triple Twin was similar to the contemporary S.36, S.41 and S.45 tractor biplanes built by Shorts, being an unequal-span two-seater two-bay biplane, with the square section fuselage mounted in the gap between the upper and lower wings. The tail surfaces consisted of a rectangular rudder mounted on the sternpost of the fuselage, with a rectangular horizontal stabiliser and split elevator mounted in front of it on top of the fuselage. The crew of two were seated side-by-side behind the trailing edge of the wings.[1]
Service history[edit]
The aircraft was first flown by Frank McClean on 24 July 1912,[2] and after a formal acceptance flight carried out by Lt. C. L’Estrange-Malone the aircraft was bought by the Admiralty, being given the serial number T.4 at the Eastchurch Naval School.[3] The aircraft performed well, the only problem being the amount of heat generated, earning it the nickname “The Field Kitchen”.
Specifications[edit]
Data from Barnes 1967, p.87.
General characteristics

Crew: 1
Capacity: 1
Leng
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Heiko Habermann

Heiko Habermann

Medal record

Men’s rowing

Representing  East Germany

Olympic Games

1988 Seoul
Quadruple sculls

Heiko Habermann (born 2 November 1962 in Berlin) is a German rower.
References[edit]

Heiko Habermann at WorldRowing.com from FISA
“Heiko Habermann”. Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. 

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List of protected heritage sites in Walcourt

This table shows an overview of the protected heritage sites in the Walloon town Walcourt. This list is part of Belgium’s national heritage.

Object
Year/architect
Town/section
Address
Coordinates
Number?
Image

Saint-Materne (nl) (fr)
13e-17e eeuw
Walcourt

50°15′06″N 4°25′55″E / 50.251557°N 4.432070°E / 50.251557; 4.432070

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Gateway of the Abbey of Our Lady of Jardinet (nl) (fr)

Walcourt

50°15′28″N 4°26′05″E / 50.257872°N 4.434739°E / 50.257872; 4.434739

93088-CLT-0002-01 Info

Ensemble of the location of the ruelle Hugo Frere and the facades of the buildings located them (nl) (fr)

Walcourt

50°15′10″N 4°25′57″E / 50.252774°N 4.432579°E / 50.252774; 4.432579

93088-CLT-0003-01 Info

Castle farm of Trazegnies (nl) (fr)

Walcourt
rue Bout-de-la-Haut n°s 2-4, Berzée
50°17′03″N 4°24′09″E / 50.284067°N 4.402581°E / 50.284067; 4.402581

93088-CLT-0004-01 Info

Church of Sainte-Marguerite (nl) (fr)

Walcourt

50°17′05″N 4°24′13″E / 50.284747°N 4.403745°E / 50.284747; 4.403745

93088-CLT-0005-01 Info

Church of Saint-Lambert and monastery wall of old cemetery (nl) (fr)

Walcourt

50°16′40″N 4°29′40″E / 50.277904°N 4.494393°E / 50.277904; 4.494393

93088-CLT-0006-01 Info

Tower Church of Saints-Pierre-et-Paul (nl) (fr)

Walcourt

50°16′57″N 4°25′34″E / 50.282576°N 4.426232°E / 50.282576; 4.426232

93088-CLT-0009-01 Info

Church of Saint-Remi: first three bays of the naves, transept and choir (nl) (fr)

Walcourt

50°14′23″N 4°29′38″E / 50.239655°N 4.493808°E / 50.239655; 4.493808

93088-CLT-0010-01 Info

Chapel of Saint-Feuillen (nl) (fr)

Walcourt

50°15′48″N 4°21′58″E / 50.263320°N 4.366202°E / 50.263320; 4.366202

93088-CLT-0011-01 Info

Ensemble of the chapel of the Notre-Dame de l’Assomption and environment in the hamlet Fairoul (nl) (fr)

Walcourt

50°15′14″N 4°29′13″E / 50.253978°N 4.486975°E / 50.253978; 4.486975

93088-CLT-0012-01 Info

Old mill of Thy-le-Château: facades, roofs and internal machinery, establishment of a protection zone (nl) (fr)

Walcourt

50°16′36″N 4°24′31″E / 50.276658°N 4.408511°E / 50.276658; 4.408511

93088-CLT-0013-01 Info

Ensemble with Saint-Materne Basilica, excep
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Behemoth discography

Behemoth discography

Behemoth, 2009

Studio albums
10

Live albums
2

Compilation albums
2

Video albums
3

Music videos
12

EPs
7

Demo albums
3

Other appearances
3

Split albums
1

The discography of Behemoth, a Polish blackened death metal band consists of ten studio albums, two live albums, two compilation album, seven extended plays, three video albums, twelve music videos, three demo albums, and one split album.
Formed by Nergal during mid-1991, Behemoth release their first record a year later with the rehearsal tape Endless Damnation, followed by the 1993’s demos The Return of the Northern Moon, and …From the Pagan Vastlands. Later that year, Behemoth sign with the Italian independent record label, Entropy and release the EP And the Forests Dream Eternally in 1994, followed by the debut full-length, 1995’s Sventevith (Storming Near the Baltic). Behemoth sign a deal with Solistitium Records, and released their second studio album, Grom in 1996. The third album, titled Pandemonic Incantations was released in 1998, the first with drummer Inferno.[1] Later that year the group sign a record deal with label Avantgarde Music—the first album released was Satanica in 1999, followed by 2000’s Thelema.6,[2] and Zos Kia Cultus (Here and Beyond), issued in 2002.[3] Behemoth signed a deal with Swedish label Regain Records in 2003, and later that year two members joined the band; bassist Orion, along with session guitarist Seth.[4] With this new line-up they released Demigod in 2004, followed by 2007’s The Apostasy, the first ever Behemoth album that did chart, peaked at number 149 on the US Billboard.[5]

Contents

1 Discography

1.1 Studio albums
1.2 Live albums
1.3 Compilation albums
1.4 Split albums
1.5 Extended plays
1.6 Demo albums

2 Videography

2.1 Video albums
2.2 Music videos

3 Other appearances
4 Bibliography
5 Notes
6 External links

Discography[edit]
Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions and certifications

Year
Album details
Peak chart positions
Sales
Certifications

POL
[6]
AUT
[7]
FIN
[8]
GER
[9]
NDL
[10]
SWE
[11]
SWI
[12]
UK
[13]
US
[14]
CAN
[14]
BEL FL
[15]

1995
Sventevith (Storming Near the Baltic)

Released: April
Label: Pagan











1996
Grom

Released: 2 january
Label: Solistitium











1998
Pandemonic Incantations

Released: 2 March
Label: Solistitium










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Women’s Caucus for Art

Women’s Caucus for Art

Founded
1974

Type
Non-profit

Focus
networking organization for women in the arts

Location

New York, New York

Mission
to create community through art, education, and social activism

Website
www.nationalwca.org

The Women’s Caucus for Art (WCA), founded in 1972, is a non-profit organization based in New York City, which supports women artists, art historians, students, educators, and museum professionals. The WCA holds exhibitions and conferences to promote women artists and their works and recognizes the talents of artists through their annual Lifetime Achievement Award. Since 1975 it has been a United Nations-affiliated non-governmental organization (NGO), which has broadened its influence beyond the United States. Within the WCA are several special interest causes including the Women of Color caucus, Eco-Art Caucus, Jewish Women Artist Network, International Caucus and the Young Women’s Caucus.[citation needed] The founding of the WCA is seen as a “great stride” in the feminist art movement.

Contents

1 Overview
2 History

2.1 Background
2.2 College Art Association Women’s Caucus
2.3 Women’s Caucus for Art founded

3 Organizational structure
4 Special-interest caucuses
5 Lifetime Achievement Awards
6 Exhibitions

6.1 National exhibitions
6.2 International exhibitions

7 United Nations affiliation
8 See also
9 References
10 External links

Overview[edit]
The Women’s Caucus for Art membership includes artists, students, educators, art historians, and professionals from museums and galleries. The organization holds conferences, produces exhibitions, conducts research and issues awards.[1]
Along with the founding of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, its creation is seen as one of the “great strides [that] have been made in developing an institutional infrastructure for women’s art and art history since the 1970s.”[2]
History[edit]
Background[edit]
Main article: Feminist art movement in the United States
Within the broader feminist movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s, a feminist art movement began to contest women’s under-representation in professional art organizations, art exhibitions and art history textbooks.[3] The movement “was a major watershed in women’s history and the history of art.” Its slogan was “the personal is political.”[4]
In 1969, Women Artists in Revolution (WAR) formed in response to the inclusion of “only 8 women among the 143 artists shown” at the Whitney Museum’s 196
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Oligopeptidase B

Oligopeptidase B

Identifiers

EC number
3.4.21.83

CAS number
57657-67-7

Databases

IntEnz
IntEnz view

BRENDA
BRENDA entry

ExPASy
NiceZyme view

KEGG
KEGG entry

MetaCyc
metabolic pathway

PRIAM
profile

PDB structures
RCSB PDB PDBe PDBsum

Search

PMC
articles

PubMed
articles

NCBI
proteins

Oligopeptidase B (EC 3.4.21.83, protease II, Escherichia coli alkaline proteinase II) is an enzyme.[1] This enzyme catalyses the following chemical reaction

Hydrolysis of -Arg-, -Lys- bonds in oligopeptides, even when P1′ residue is proline

This enzyme is present in Escherichia coli.
References[edit]

^ Kanatani, A.; Masuda, T.; Shimoda, T.; Misoka, F.; Lin, X.S.; Yoshimoto, T.; Tsuru, D. (1991). “Protease II from Escherichia coli: sequencing and expression of the enzyme gene and characterization of the expressed enzyme”. J. Biochem. (Tokyo). 110: 315–320. PMID 1769955. 

External links[edit]

Oligopeptidase B at the US National Library of Medicine Medical Subject Headings (MeSH)

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Endopeptidases: serine proteases/serine endopeptidases (EC 3.4.21)

Digestive enzymes

Enteropeptidase
Trypsin
Chymotrypsin
Elastase

Neutrophil
Pancreatic

Coagulation

factors: Thrombin
Factor VIIa
Factor IXa
Factor Xa
Factor XIa
Factor XIIa
Kallikrein

PSA
KLK1
KLK2
KLK3
KLK4
KLK5
KLK6
KLK7
KLK8
KLK9
KLK10
KLK11
KLK12
KLK13
KLK14
KLK15

fibrinolysis: Plasmin
Plasminogen activator

Tissue plasminogen activator
Urinary plasminogen activator

Complement system

Factor B
Factor D
Factor I
MASP

MASP1
MASP2

C3-convertase

Other immune system

Chymase
Granzyme
Tryptase
Proteinase 3/Myeloblastin

Venombin

Ancrod
Batroxobin

Other

Acrosin
Prolyl endopeptidase
Pronase
Proprotein convertases

1
2

Prostasin
Reelin
Subtilisin/Furin
Streptokinase
S1P
Cathepsin

A
G

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Enzymes

Activity

Active site
Binding site
Catalytic triad
Oxyanion hole
Enzyme promiscuity
Catalytically perfect enzyme
Coenzyme
Cofactor
Enzyme catalysis

Regulation

Allosteric regulation
Cooperativity
Enzyme inhibitor

Classification

EC number
Enzyme superfamily
Enzyme family
List of enzymes

Kinetics

Enzyme kinetics
Eadie–Hofstee diagram
Hanes–Woolf plot
Lineweaver–Burk plot
Michaelis–Menten kinetics

Types

EC1 Oxidoreductases (list)
EC2 Transferases (list)
EC3 Hydrolases (list)
EC4 Lyases (list)
EC5 Isomerases (list)
EC6 Ligases (list)

Kathleen Munroe

Kathleen Munroe

Born
Kathleen Marie Sammon Munroe
(1982-04-09) 9 April 1982 (age 34)
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Occupation
Actress

Years active
2001–present

Kathleen Munroe (born 9 April 1982) is a Canadian actress.
Munroe was born in Hamilton, Ontario, and currently resides in Los Angeles. She studied cinema at the University of Toronto. She won the 2010 ACTRA Award for Outstanding Female Performance.[1] Munroe writes and plays music.[2] She speaks fluent English and French.
Filmography[edit]

Film

Year
Title
Role
Notes

2002
Drummer Boy
Lexus
Film

2004
Eternal
Connie
Film

2005
White Dog Sacrifice, TheThe White Dog Sacrifice
Kim
Film

2005
Ice Age Columbus
Zia
Docufilm

2005
Decoding Aleil
Aleil Camden
Film short

2006
Perennial
Carly
Film short
Nominated for Best Actress ‘Golden Sheaf Award’ at the Yorkton Film Festival[3]

2008
Cutting for Stone
Lexua
Film

2008
Sticks & Stones Will Break My Heart
Girl
Film short

2009
Let Him Be
Kathleen Joyce
Film

2009
Survival of the Dead
Janet / Jane O’Flynn
Film

Television

Year
Title
Role
Notes

2001
Dying to Dance
(uncredited)
TV movie

2002
Last Call
Scottie Fitzgerald
TV movie (aka Fitzgerald)

2003
Family Curse
Gina
TV movie

2003
111 Gramercy Park
Elizabeth
TV movie

2003
1-800-Missing
Secretary
Episode 1.05 “Thin Air”

2003
Tarzan
Rachel
Episode 1.02 “Secrets and Lies”

2004
Show Me Yours
Young Irene
Episode 1.04 “War & Peace”

2004
Murdoch Mysteries, TheThe Murdoch Mysteries
Mrs. Eakins
Episode 1.02 “Poor Tom Is Cold”

2004
Kevin Hill
Monica Salzburg
Episode 1.03 “Making the Grade”

2005
Ice Age Columbus: Who Were the First Americans?
Zia
TV documentary

2005–06
Beautiful People
Annabelle Banks
Main role, 15 episodes

2007
Suspect
Det. Mary Grosz
TV movie

2007
Dresden Files, TheThe Dresden Files
Heather Bram
Episode 1.03 “Hair of the Dog”

2007
Durham County
Nathalie Lacroix
6 episodes

2007, 2012
Supernatural
Katie’s Mom / Elizabeth
Episodes 3.02 “The Kids Are Alright” and
8.09 “Citizen Fang”

2007
Moonlight
Tina Haggans
Episode 1.09 “Fleur de Lis”

2008
Cold Case
Brenda MacDowell
Episode 5.15 “The Road”

2008
Accidental Friendship
Tami Baumann
TV movie

2008–12
CSI: NY
Samantha Flack
4 episodes[4][5][6]

2009
Without a Trace
Natalia Baldwin
Episode 7.20 “Hard Landing”

2009
Flashpoint
Laura Scheinmann
Episode 2.08 “Last Dance”
(Won 2010 ACTRA Award for Best Female Performance)[1]

2009
NCIS: Los Angeles
Aimee Su
Episode 1.05 “Killsho
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3C 268.3

3C 268.3

Observation data (Epoch J2000)

Constellation
Ursa Major

Right ascension
12h 06m 24.9s[1]

Declination
+64° 13′ 38″[1]

Redshift
0.371710[2]

Distance (comoving)
1,405 megaparsecs (4.58×109 ly) h−1
0.73[2]

Type
Sy1, AGN, QSO, G[1]
G, FR II, CSS[2]

Apparent magnitude (V)
20.790[1]

Other designations

DA 316, LEDA 2821643, 3C 268.3, 4C 64.14

See also: Quasar, List of quasars

3C 268.3 is a Seyfert galaxy/quasar[1] located in the constellation Ursa Major.
References[edit]

^ a b c d e “Query : 3C 268.3”. Simbad. Centre de Données astronomiques de Strasbourg. Retrieved 2 June 2015. 
^ a b c “NED results for object 3C 268.3”. NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database. Retrieved 2 June 2015. 

External links[edit]

www.jb.man.ac.uk/atlas/ (J. P. Leahy)

This quasar-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.

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