Saint Michel d’Aiguilhe

Saint Michel d’Aiguilhe

Basic information

Location
Aiguilhe, Le Puy-en-Velay, France

Affiliation
Catholic Church

Height (max)
85 metres (279 ft)

Saint-Michel d’Aiguilhe is a chapel in Aiguilhe, near Le Puy-en-Velay, France, built in 969 on a volcanic plug 85 metres (279 ft) high.[1] The chapel is reached by 268 steps carved into the rock. It was built to celebrate the return from the pilgrimage of Saint James.
In 1429, the mother of Joan of Arc, Isabelle Romée, was said to have come to the site to pray.
References[edit]

^ “Eglise Saint-Michel”. Retrieved 22 July 2016. 

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Coordinates: 45°3′0″N 3°52′57″E / 45.05000°N 3.88250°E / 45.05000; 3.88250

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Ron Bradley

Ron Bradley

Sport(s)
Basketball

Current position

Title
Assistant coach

Team
Longwood

Conference
Big South

Biographical details

Born
(1951-02-09) February 9, 1951 (age 65)
Springfield, Massachusetts

Playing career

1970–1974
Eastern Nazarene

Coaching career (HC unless noted)

1976–1981
Eastern Nazarene

1981–1989
Maryland (asst.)

1991–2002
Radford

2002–2003
James Madison (asst.)

2003–2010
Clemson (asst.)

2011–2015
DePaul (asst.)

2016–present
Longwood (asst.)

Head coaching record

Overall
193–124 (.609)

Accomplishments and honors

Championships

Big South Tournament championship (1998)
3× Big South regular season championship (1992, 2000, 2001)

Ron Bradley (born 1951) is a men’s college basketball coach, currently an assistant coach with the Longwood University Lancers.[1] He has previously served as associate head coach at DePaul, Clemson, James Madison University,[2] assistant coach for the University of Maryland, College Park[3] and the head coach at Radford University,[4] where he led the team to its first NCAA tournament.[5] He is a 1973 graduate of the Eastern Nazarene College, where he also served as head coach.[3] In 2009, he was one of 20 semifinalists[6][7][8] and later was named assistant coach of the year.[9]
Head coaching record[edit]

Season
Team
Overall
Conference
Standing
Postseason

Radford Highlanders (Big South Conference) (1991–2002)

1991–92
Radford
20–9
12–2
1st

1992–93
Radford
16–15
8–8
5th

1993–94
Radford
20–8
13–5
2nd

1994–95
Radford
16–12
9–7
4th

1995–96
Radford
14–13
8–6
5th

1996–97
Radford
15–13
8–6
3rd

1997–98
Radford
20–10
10–2
2nd
NCAA First Round

1998–99
Radford
20–8
8–2
2nd

1999–00
Radford
18–10
12–2
1st

2000–01
Radford
19–10
12–2
1st

2001–02
Radford
15–16
9–5
3rd

Radford:
193–124 (.609)
109–47 (.699)

Total:
193–124 (.609)

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conferenc
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Witcher Holes Creek

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Witcher Holes Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of South Dakota.[1]
Witcher Holes Creek derives its name from Harry Witcher, an early settler, the creek forming pools of water or “holes” when it runs dry.[2]
See also[edit]

List of rivers of South Dakota

References[edit]

^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Witcher Holes Creek
^ Federal Writers’ Project (1940). South Dakota place-names, v.3. University of South Dakota. p. 70. 

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Mali Podljuben

Mali Podljuben

Mali Podljuben

Location in Slovenia

Coordinates: 45°46′0.15″N 15°6′58.36″E / 45.7667083°N 15.1162111°E / 45.7667083; 15.1162111Coordinates: 45°46′0.15″N 15°6′58.36″E / 45.7667083°N 15.1162111°E / 45.7667083; 15.1162111

Country
Slovenia

Traditional region
Lower Carniola

Statistical region
Southeast Slovenia

Municipality
Novo Mesto

Area

 • Total
0.7 km2 (0.3 sq mi)

Elevation
203.2 m (666.7 ft)

Population (2002)

 • Total
35

[1]

Mali Podljuben (pronounced [ˈmaːli pɔdˈljuːbən]) is a settlement in the hills southwest of Novo Mesto in southeastern Slovenia. The area is part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola and is now included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region.[2]
References[edit]

^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia
^ Novo Mesto municipal site

External links[edit]

Mali Podljuben on Geopedia

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City Municipality of Novo Mesto

Settlements

Administrative centre: Novo Mesto

Current

Birčna Vas
Boričevo
Brezje
Brezovica pri Stopičah
Češča Vas
Črešnjice
Črmošnjice pri Stopičah
Daljni Vrh
Dobovo
Dolenja Vas
Dolenje Grčevje
Dolenje Kamenje
Dolenje Karteljevo
Dolenje Lakovnice
Dolenji Suhadol
Dolnja Težka Voda
Dolž
Gabrje
Golušnik
Gorenje Grčevje
Gorenje Kamence
Gorenje Kamenje
Gorenje Karteljevo
Gorenje Kronovo
Gorenje Lakovnice
Gorenje Mraševo
Gorenji Suhadol
Gornja Težka Voda
Gumberk
Herinja Vas
Hrib pri Orehku
Hrušica
Hudo
Iglenik
Jama
Jelše pri Otočcu
Jugorje
Jurna Vas
Konec
Koroška Vas
Koti
Križe
Kuzarjev Kal
Laze
Leskovec
Lešnica
Lutrško Selo
Mala Cikava
Male Brusnice
Mali Cerovec
Mali Orehek
Mali Podljuben
Mali Slatnik
Mihovec
Otočec
Paha
Pangrč Grm
Petane
Petelinjek
Plemberk
Podgrad
Potov Vrh
Prečna
Pristava
Rajnovšče
Rakovnik pri Birčni Vasi
Ratež
Sela pri Ratežu
Sela pri Zajčjem Vrhu
Sela pri Štravberku
Šentjošt
Sevno
Škrjanče pri Novem Mestu
Smolenja Vas
Srebrniče
Srednje Grčevje
Stopiče
Stranska Vas
Štravberk
Suhor
Travni Dol
Trška Gora
Uršna Sela
Velike Brusnice
Veliki Cerovec
Veliki Orehek
Veliki Podljuben
Veliki Slatnik
Verdun
Vinja Vas
Vrh pri Ljubnu
Vrh pri Pahi
Vrhe
Zagrad pri Otočcu
Zajčji Vrh pri Stopičah
Ždinja Vas
Žihovo Selo

Former

Boršt
Brod
Bršljin
Cegelnica pri Novem Mestu
Dolenje Kamence
Dolenji Vrh
Gorenji Vrh
Gotna Vas
Grič
Groblje
Hmeljnik
Irča Vas
Jedinšč
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Clyde Township

Clyde Township may refer to:
Canada[edit]

Clyde Township, a geographic township in the municipality of Dysart et al, Ontario

United States[edit]

Clyde Township, Whiteside County, Illinois
Clyde Township, St. Clair County, Michigan
Clyde Township, Allegan County, Michigan

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If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

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Gondwanaland (Australian band)

Gondwanaland

Also known as
Gondwanaland Project, Gondwana, Charlie McMahon and Gondwana

Origin
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Genres
World, ambient

Years active
1981 (1981)–1992 (1992), 1994 (1994)–present (present)

Labels
Hot, Powderworks, WEA, Log/Shock

Past members

Peter Carolan
Charlie McMahon
Eddie Duquemin

Gondwanaland, originally billed as Gondwanaland Project, were an Australian ambient musical ensemble which combined indigenous Australian instruments such as didgeridoo and bullroarer with western instruments such as synthesiser and guitar.
In 1981 Gondwanaland Project was formed by Peter Carolan on synthesiser and Charlie McMahon on didgeridoo and vocals. After releasing the lp Terra Incognita (1984) the duo were joined full-time by percussionist Eddy Duquemin and the group name was shortened to Gondwanaland. Four albums were released under this title Let the Dog Out (1986), Gondwanaland (1987), Wildlife (1989) and Wide Skies (1992).
In 1994 McMahon formed a variable line-up band called Gondwana or Charlie McMahon and Gondwana releasing albums Travelling (1994), Xenophon (1998), Bone Man (2002), and Didj Heart (2012).
Peter Carolan released three solo albums Windswept (1994),Tides (1999),Overland (2006).
Ed Duquemin released a solo album Crossculture in 2002.
At the ARIA Music Awards of 1988 Gondwanaland won the ‘Best Indigenous Release’ category, Wide Skies and Xenophon, were each nominated in the same category in 1993 and 1998, respectively.

Contents

1 History
2 Members
3 Discography

3.1 Gondwanaland/Gondwanaland Project
3.2 Gondwana

4 References
5 External links

History[edit]
Sydney musician Charlie McMahon formed Gondwanaland Project to combine his love for the Australian outback with his didgeridoo playing[1] and he was one of the first musicians to unite western and traditional indigenous music into the genre of ambient, world music.[2] To achieve the sound for McMahon’s desert tunes, he joined up with synthesiser player, Peter Carolan, in 1981.[3] Gondwana is a continental landmass of the prehistoric Mesozoic era which included Antarctica, South America, Africa, India and Australia.[1] McMahon learned didgeridoo as a teenager and improved his technique while working in Central Australia.[1]
In 1983 Gondwanaland issued a self-financed six-track cassette, Didgeridu-Synth.[1][4] In 1984 Carolan and McMahon were assisted in the studio by various musicians: Rob Hirst (Midnight Oil) on
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Miss International 1970

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Miss International 1970

Date
May 16, 1970

Venue
Exposition Hall Fairgrounds, Osaka, Japan

Entrants
47

Placements
15

Debuts
Bulgaria, Hawaii

Withdrawals
Brazil, Colombia, Israel, Jamaica, Morocco, Thailand, Tunisia

Returns
Chile, Congo-Kinshasa, Turkey, Yugoslavia

Winner
Aurora Pijuan
 Philippines

Congeniality
Jossie Salinas
 Nicaragua

Photogenic
Karen Papworth
 Australia

Miss International 1970, the 10th Miss International pageant, was held on May 16, 1970 at the Exposition Hall Fairgrounds in Osaka, Japan. 47 contestants competed for the pageant. Aurora Pijuan from Philippines was crowned Miss International 1970 at the end of the event by outgoing titleholder, Valerie Holmes from Britain.

Contents

1 Results

1.1 Placements

2 Contestants
3 Notes

3.1 Did not compete

Results[edit]
Placements[edit]

Final results
Contestant

Miss International 1970

 Philippines – Aurora Pijuan

1st runner-up

 Argentina – Margarita Briese

2nd runner-up

 Australia – Karen Papworth

3rd runner-up

 Japan – Toshie Suda

4th runner-up

 New Zealand – Susan Greaves

Semi-finalists

 Costa Rica – Julia Haydée Brenes
 Denmark – Jeanne Perfeldt
 Ecuador – Lourdes Hernández
 Germany – Silke Kahl
 Iceland – Erla Hardardóttir
 India – Patricia D’Souza
 Norway – Tone Knaran
 Thailand – Panarat Pisutthisak
 USA – Randi Blesener
 Yugoslavia – Zdenka Marn

Contestants[edit]

 Argentina – Margarita Marta Briese
 Australia – Karen Patricia Papworth
 Austria – Ilse Wolfgang
 Belgium – Heidi LeLeu
 Bolivia – Nelly Zenteno Pereira
 Britain – Jacqueline “Jackie” Francesca Molloy
 Bulgaria – Branimira Antonova
 Canada – Jacquie Perrin
 Ceylon – Shirlene Minerva De Silva
 Chile – Berta Goldsmith
 Congo-Kinshasa – (unknown)
 Costa Rica – Julia Haydée Brenes
 Denmark – Jeanne Perfeldt
 Ecuador – Lourdes Hernández
 Finland – Irene Karvola
 France – Dominique Pasquier
 Germany – Silke Maria Kahl
 Greece – Katerina Sakka
 Guam – Flora C. Baza
 Hawaii – Yvonne Haunani Young
 Holland – Marjolein Abbing

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Goes tesselatus

Goes tesselatus

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Arthropoda

Class:
Insecta

Order:
Coleoptera

Suborder:
Polyphaga

Family:
Cerambycidae

Genus:
Goes

Species:
G. tesselatus

Binomial name

Goes tesselatus
(Haldeman, 1847)

Goes tesselatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Haldeman in 1847.[1]
References[edit]

^ BioLib.cz – Goes. Retrieved on 8 September 2014.

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Chah-e Rafsanjaniha

Chah-e Rafsanjaniha
چاه رفسنجانيها

village

Country
 Iran

Province
Isfahan

County
Aran va Bidgol

Bakhsh
Kavirat

Rural District
Kavirat

Population (2006)

 • Total
11

Time zone
IRST (UTC+3:30)

 • Summer (DST)
IRDT (UTC+4:30)

Chah-e Rafsanjaniha (Persian: چاه رفسنجانيها‎‎, also Romanized as Chāh-e Rafsanjānīhā) is a village in Kavirat Rural District, Kavirat District, Aran va Bidgol County, Isfahan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 11, in 6 families.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Census of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 1385 (2006)”. Islamic Republic of Iran. Archived from the original (Excel) on 2011-11-11. 

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Aran o Bidgol County

Capital

Aran o Bidgol

Districts

Central

Cities

Aran o Bidgol
Nushabad
Sefidshahr

Rural Districts
and villages

Sefiddasht

Abdollahabad
Abdollahabad-e Aran
Aliabad-e Kavir
Aran and Bidgol Brick Factory
Chah-e Mohammad Reza
Eqbaliyeh Shomareh-ye Yek
Feyzabad
Ghiasabad
Hoseynabad
Kadish
Majdabad
Mazraeh-ye Ayyubabad Shomareh-ye Do
Mazraeh-ye Khvajeh Mansur
Mazraeh-ye Mirza Taqi
Mazraeh-ye Sadr
Mohammadabad
Mohammadabad
Shojaabad
Tajabad
Taqiabad
Yazdel

Kavirat

Cities

Abuzeydabad

Rural Districts
and villages

Kavir

Golestan-e Khomeyni
Hoseynabad
Kaghazi
Marenjab
Qasemabad
Yazdelan

Kavirat

Aliabad
Aminabad
Chah-e Ebrahimi
Chah-e Rafsanjaniha
Chah-e Shomareh-ye Do
Dasht-e Enqolab
Fadak Fatemiyeh
Fakhreh
Mazraeh-ye Molla Habib
Mazraeh-ye Molla Mohsen Feyz Kashani
Mazraeh-ye Now
Mohammadabad
Rijan
Shahriari

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Giles Walker

Giles Walker is a Scottish-born Canadian film director.

Contents

1 Brief biography
2 Partial filmography
3 References
4 External links

Brief biography[edit]
Giles Walker was born in 1946 in Dundee, Scotland. He has since moved to Canada, where he has been involved in film and television writing, producing and directing since 1974.
He was on contract with the National Film Board of Canada in the 1980s and early 1990s, directing “alternative dramas” that combined dramatic and documentary film techniques.[1]
Partial filmography[edit]

The Masculine Mystique (1984) – co-writer, co-producer, co-director with John N. Smith
90 Days (1985) – writer, producer, director
Ordinary Magic (1993) – director
Never Too Late (1997) – director
Little Men (1999) – director, 1 episode
Blind Terror (2001) – director
Tales from the Neverending Story (2001) – director, 2 episodes
Fries with That? (2004, YTV) – director, 11 episodes
Doctor*Ology (2007, Discovery Channel) – director, 2 episodes

References[edit]

^ Stukator, Angela (30 May 2013). “Pictures of age and ageing in Cynthia Scott’s The Company of Strangers”. In Eugene P. Walz. Canada’s Best Features: Critical Essays on 15 Canadian Films. Rodopi. p. 239. ISBN 978-9042015982. 

External links[edit]

Giles Walker at the Internet Movie Database
Films by Giles Walker at the National Film Board of Canada

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