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St Michael, Hertfordshire

St Michael

St Michael

St Michael shown within Hertfordshire

Area
8.2 sq mi (21 km2)

Population
477 (2011)[1]

• Density
58/sq mi (22/km2)

OS grid reference
TL113071

Civil parish

St Michael

District

St Albans

Shire county

Hertfordshire

Region

East

Country
England

Sovereign state
United Kingdom

Post town
ST AlBANS

Postcode district
AL3

Dialling code
01727

Police
Hertfordshire

Fire
Hertfordshire

Ambulance
East of England

EU Parliament
East of England

UK Parliament

St Albans

List of places
UK
England
HertfordshireCoordinates: 51°45′05″N 0°23′10″W / 51.751389°N 0.386111°W / 51.751389; -0.386111

St Michael is a civil parish part of the City and District of St Albans in Hertfordshire, England.[2] From 1894 to 1974 the parish was known as St Michael Rural. The population in 2001 was 494.[3] The local council is St Michael Parish Council.
History[edit]
St Michael was an ancient parish. Part of the parish was within the Municipal Borough of St Albans until 1894, when it was split to create St Michael Urban in the borough and St Michael Rural outside.[4] St Michael Rural became part of St Albans Rural District.
Parts of St Michael Rural were transferred to the borough of St Albans in 1913 (138 acres) and 1935 (890 acres).
On 1 April 1974 the parish of St Michael Rural was split with part going to the unparished area in Dacorum and the rest becoming the parish of St Michael in the City of St Albans district.
Geography[edit]
It comprises a wholly rural area to the west of St Albans and is bounded on its western side by Hemel Hempstead. The parish is bisected by the M1 motorway.
Settlement is dispersed across a number of small and isolated hamlets:

Appspond
Breakspears
Bushwood
Childwickbury
Gorhambury
Potters Crouch

References[edit]

^ http://www.neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk/dissemination/LeadTableView.do?a=7&b=11128795&c=st+michael&d=16&e=62&g=6434494&i=1001x1003x1032x1004&m=0&r=1&s=1385656972114&enc=1&dsFamilyId=2473
^ Listing for St Michael Parish Council
^ Neighbourhood statistics St Michael CP, Accessed 26 January 2013
^ http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=43300

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Civil parishes of Hertfordshire

Broxbourne

Unparished areas

Cheshunt
Hoddesdon

Dacorum

Parishes

Aldbury

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Alpheus Jones House

Alpheus Jones House

U.S. National Register of Historic Places

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Location
Northeast of Raleigh on US 401, near Raleigh, North Carolina

Coordinates
35°51′50″N 78°32′50″W / 35.86389°N 78.54722°W / 35.86389; -78.54722Coordinates: 35°51′50″N 78°32′50″W / 35.86389°N 78.54722°W / 35.86389; -78.54722

Area
3 acres (1.2 ha)

Built
1847 (1847)

Architectural style
Greek Revival

NRHP Reference #
75001295[1]

Added to NRHP
July 7, 1975

Alpheus Jones House, also known as Seth Jones 1847 Restaurant, is a historic home located near Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina. It was built in 1847, and is a two-story, rectangular, vernacular Greek Revival-style frame dwelling with a hipped roof. It is sheathed in weatherboard, sits on an ashlar foundation, and has a rear extension and kitchen wing. The front facade features a reconstructed two-story double Doric order portico. The house was restored in 1968, and renovated to house a restaurant.[2]
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.[1]
References[edit]

^ a b National Park Service (2010-07-09). “National Register Information System”. National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
^ Robert Topkins and Mary Alice Hinson (June 1975). “Alpheus Jones House” (pdf). National Register of Historic Places – Nomination and Inventory. North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office. Retrieved 2015-05-01. 

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Dr. Regis Chaperon State Secondary School

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Dr Regis Chaperon State Secondary School

Address

Royal Road, Belle-Rose
Quatre Bornes
Mauritius

Coordinates
20°14′54″S 57°28′54″E / 20.24833°S 57.48167°E / -20.24833; 57.48167Coordinates: 20°14′54″S 57°28′54″E / 20.24833°S 57.48167°E / -20.24833; 57.48167

Information

School type
Public

Established
1978

Status
Currently constituted

Head of school
Mr A.A.Moosoodee

Teaching staff
65

Gender
Boys

Enrollment
‘A’ grades

School colour(s)
White and grey
        

Slogan
Knowledge for Life

Mascot
Black jaguar

School roll
1000

Website
drcsss.edu.gov.mu

Dr Regis Chaperon State Secondary School (commonly known as Dr Regis Chaperon SSS and DRC) is an all-boys’ state owned school in Quatre Bornes, Belle Rose, Mauritius. It serves nearly 1000 students annually. The school was built with the main purpose of free education and was the first high school to provide free schooling as from its inauguration in 1978.

Contents

1 History

1.1 The Founder
1.2 Scholarship
1.3 Recently

2 See also
3 References
4 External links

History[edit]
The Founder[edit]
Late Chaperon Louis Régis was born on the 20 July 1912. He attended the Royal College Curepipe and won the English scholarship in 1930. He went to the UK to study medicine at University College Hospital, qualified in 1937, and came back in 1939. He was nominated Minister of Education and Cultural Affairs in February 1974.
The plot of land on which the school was built was donated by Dr. Regis Chaperon. When it opened in 1978 the school catered for pupils up to form II only. The school had many scholarships winners during its existence before 2002 when it became a school with only school certificate students. In 2005 when the new government took over, it again became a Higher School Certificate School. However, with the introduction of free secondary education in 1976 and the growth in demand for secondary education, the government upgraded the school to admit students up to form V. H.S.C classes were introduced in 1988 and in 1999 the school produced its first laureate. In 1998, an Amnesty and Health Club was founded by the students.
The high school was for mixed students

Home Valley Station

Home Valley Station

Location in Western Australia

Pentecost River the borders the property

Home Valley or Home Valley Station is a pastoral lease and the operates as a cattle station in Western Australia.

Contents

1 Location
2 History
3 See also
4 References

Location[edit]
It is located along the Gibb River Road 114 kilometres (71 mi) west of Kununurra[1] in the Kimberley region.
History[edit]
The pastoral lease is currently owned by the Indigenous Land Corporation along with nearby Karunjie Station and Durack River Station which together cover an area of 3,500,000 acres (1,416,400 ha).[2] Home Valley covers a total area of 1,400,000 hectares (3,459,475 acres) and is bordered to the east by the Pentecost River from its neighbour El Questro Station.[3] The station is also known as HV8 which is the station’s brand and many of the signage to the station uses the HV8 logo.
Coming into existence in 1957 the pastoral lease was taken up by when Harold MacNamara left Mabel Downs which he had been managing for the Naughtons family. The area had a poor reputation and, along with El Questro Station, were known as the underworld as a result of the large amount of theft of unbranded calves. MacNamara then sold up to Kevin Stansby, including 700 head of cattle, and returned to work for the Naughtons on Texas Downs.[4] Stansby later sold to General Development Corporation, based in Perth in 1972.
An upgrade was planned for the airstrip in 2005 when A$96,350 was allocated so that so it could be brought up to Royal Flying Doctor night landing standard as part of the Regional Airports Development Scheme implemented by the Gallop government.[5] The station has been open for tourism since 2006 and offers a range of accommodation to visitors, following a major renovation in 2008 it was converted to a holiday resort.[6] The accommodation and homestead overlook Bindoola Creek which is lined with Boab trees and has views of the Cockburn Range.
Parts of the station were featured in the film Australia as the fictional property Faraway Downs, particularly through the cattle drive scene.[7]
Coordinates: 15°43′25″S 127°49′51″E / 15.72361°S 127.83083°E / -15.72361; 127.83083
See also[edit]

List of ranches and stations
List of the largest stations in Australia
Home Valley Station Trails Project
Durack Station Trails Project
Karunjie Station Trails Project

References[edit]

^ “Gibb River Road”. 29 August 2011. 
^ “About

Alyaksey Khaletski

Alyaksey Khaletski

Personal information

Date of birth
(1984-06-19) 19 June 1984 (age 32)

Place of birth
Minsk, Belarusian SSR

Height
1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)

Playing position
Defender

Club information

Current team

Gorodeya (assistant coach)

Youth career

2001–2003
BATE Borisov

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

2004
Zvezda-BGU Minsk
7
(0)

2005–2008
BATE Borisov
36
(2)

2008
Torpedo Zhodino
13
(0)

2009
Belshina Bobruisk
25
(2)

2010
Mash’al Mubarek
9
(0)

2010
Vitebsk
12
(0)

2011–2012
Belshina Bobruisk
32
(2)

2013
Vitebsk
12
(3)

2013
Slutsk
10
(1)

2014
Granit Mikashevichi
28
(3)

2015–2016
Gorodeya
31
(0)

National team

2004
Belarus U21
1
(0)

Teams managed

2017–
Gorodeya (assistant)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 26 December 2016.

Alyaksey Khaletski (Belarusian: Аляксей Халецкі; Russian: Алексей Халецкий; born 19 June 1984 in Minsk) is a Belarusian football coach and former player (defender).
Honours[edit]
BATE Borisov

Belarusian Premier League champion: 2006
Belarusian Cup winner: 2005–06

External links[edit]

Alyaksey Khaletski profile at Soccerway

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2010 Swedish Open – Men’s Singles

Men’s Singles

2010 Swedish Open

Champion
Nicolás Almagro

Runner-up
Robin Söderling

Final score
7–5, 3–6, 6–2

Events

Singles
men
women

Doubles
men
women

← 2009
Swedish Open
2011 →

Main article: 2010 Swedish Open
Robin Söderling was the defending champion, but he lost to Nicolás Almagro in the final 5–7, 6–3, 2–6.

Contents

1 Seeds
2 Draw

2.1 Key
2.2 Finals
2.3 Top Half
2.4 Bottom Half

3 References

Seeds[edit]
The top four seeds receive a bye into the second round.

Robin Söderling (Final)
Fernando Verdasco (Quarterfinals)
David Ferrer (Semifinals)
Nicolás Almagro (Champion)
Tommy Robredo (Semifinals)
Paul-Henri Mathieu (First Round)
Denis Istomin (First Round)
Florent Serra (First Round)

Draw[edit]
Key[edit]

Q = Qualifier
WC = Wild Card
LL = Lucky Loser
Alt = Alternate
SE = Special Exempt
PR = Protected Ranking
w/o = Walkover
r = Retired
d = Defaulted

Finals[edit]

 
Semifinals

Final

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
1
  Robin Söderling
4
6
6
 

3
  David Ferrer
6
3
2
 

 
1
  Robin Söderling
5
6
2

 
4
  Nicolás Almagro
7
3
6

4
  Nicolás Almagro
6
6
 

 
5
  Tommy Robredo
1
3
 
 

Top Half[edit]

First Round
 
Second Round
 
Quarterfinals
 
Semifinals

 

 
 
1
  R Söderling
6
66
6
 

 
  D Brands
66
77
4
 
 
WC
  A Vinciguerra
2
78
2
 

WC
  A Vinciguerra
78
65
6
 
 
 
1
  R Söderling
4
7
77
 

 
  M Granollers
4
2
 
 
 
 
 
  A Seppi
6
5
65
 

 
  A Seppi
6
6
 
 
 
 
  A Seppi
6
3
79

 
  P Starace
6
6
 
 
 
 
  P Starace
4
6
67
 

8
  F Serra
2
2
 
 
 
 
1
  R Söderling
4
6
6

 
 
 
3
  D Ferrer
6
3
2

 
 
3
  D Ferrer
6
7
 
 

 
  F Fognini
67
6
6
 
 
 
  F Fognini
3
5
 
 

WC
  F Prpic
79
3
4
 
 
 
3
  D Ferrer
6
6
 

 
  P Riba
4
6
78
 
 
 
 
  P Cuevas
3
3
 
 

 
  P Luczak
6
2
66
 
 
 
  P Riba
4
2
 

 
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Jefferson Smurfit

Jefferson Smurfit may refer to:

Smurfit Kappa Group, a European corrugated packaging company
Smurfit-Stone Container, an American-based paperboard and paper-based packaging company

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Shire of Waranga

Shire of Waranga
Victoria

Location in Victoria

Population
4,750 (1992)[1]

 • Density
2.8890/km2 (7.482/sq mi)

Established
1863

Area
1,644.19 km2 (634.8 sq mi)

Council seat
Rushworth

County
Rodney

LGAs around Shire of Waranga:

Rochester
Deakin
Rodney

Huntly
Shire of Waranga
Rodney

Strathfieldsaye
McIvor
Goulburn

The Shire of Waranga was a local government area about 165 kilometres (103 mi) north of Melbourne, the state capital of Victoria, Australia. The shire covered an area of 1,644.19 square kilometres (634.8 sq mi), and existed from 1863 until 1994.

Contents

1 History
2 Wards
3 Towns and localities
4 Population
5 References

History[edit]
Waranga was incorporated as a road district on 1 June 1863, and became a shire on 30 October 1865.[2]
A large area was annexed to the Shire of Echuca on 10 October 1879, which ended up located within the Shire of Deakin. The Shire of Rodney was severed and incorporated on 19 March 1886. On 16 May 1956 another loss of area occurred when Shire of Goulburn annexed some land in Waranga’s southeast.
On 18 November 1994, the Shire was abolished, and merged with the City of Echuca, the Town of Kyabram, the Shires of Deakin and Rochester and some neighbouring districts into the Shire of Campaspe. The Murchison district was transferred to the City of Greater Shepparton.[3]
Wards[edit]
Waranga was divided into four ridings on 5 May 1971, each of which elected three councillors:

North Riding
South Riding
East Riding
West Riding

Towns and localities[edit]

Rushworth Shire Hall

Colbinabbin
Corop
Mathiesons
Murchison
Rushworth
Toolleen
Whroo

Population[edit]

Year
Population

1954
4,655

1958
4,690*

1961
4,528

1966
4,502

1971
4,333

1976
4,187

1981
4,187

1986
4,196

1991
4,396

* Estimate in the 1958 Victorian Year Book.
References[edit]

^ Australian Bureau of Statistics, Victoria Office (1994). Victorian Year Book. p. 52. ISSN 0067-1223. 
^ Victorian Municipal Directory. Brunswick: Arnall & Jackson. 1992. pp. 881–882.  Accessed at State Library of Victoria, La Trobe Reading Room.
^ Australian Bureau of Statistics (1 August 1995). Victorian local government amalgamations 1994-1995: Changes to the Australian Standard Geographical Classification (PDF). Commonwealth of Australia. p. 5,7. ISBN 0-642-23117-6. Retrieved 2008-01-05. 

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Shelton Nunataks

Shelton Nunataks (75°43′S 70°35′W / 75.717°S 70.583°W / -75.717; -70.583Coordinates: 75°43′S 70°35′W / 75.717°S 70.583°W / -75.717; -70.583) are two isolated nunataks located 10 miles (16 km) southeast of Thomas Mountains, in Palmer Land. Mapped by United States Geological Survey (USGS) from surveys and U.S. Navy air photos, 1961-67. Named by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names (US-ACAN) for Willard S. Shelton, electrician at Eights Station in 1964.
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Good Thang (album)

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Good Thang

Studio album by Faze-O

Released
1978

Genre
Funk

Label
She Records

Faze-O chronology

Riding High
(1977)
Good Thang
(1978)
Breakin’ the Funk
(1979)

Good Thang is the second album by American funk band Faze-O, released in 1978.
Track listing[edit]

Good Thang – 7:38
Who Loves You – 12:20
Space People – 4:31
Party Time – 5:10
Love Me Girl – 5:05
Funky Lady – 5:55

Personnel[edit]

Keith Harrison – Arp, Clavinet, Fender Rhodes, Keyboards, Mini Moog, Percussion, Piano, Piano (Electric), Lead and Backing Vocals
Ralph “Love” Aikens, Jr. – Lead Guitar, Talk Box, Lead and Backing Vocals
Frederick Tyrone Crum – Bass
Robert Neal, Jr. – Percussion, Lead and Backing Vocals
Roger Parker – Drums, Percussion
Eddie “Bongo” Brown – Bongos
Allejo Poveda – Latin Percussion
Billy Beck – Keyboards
Clarence “Satch” Satchell – Tenor Saxophone, Trumpet
Jack Kramer – Trumpet
Clarence Willis – Rhythm Guitar

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Good Thang (album)

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Good Thang

Studio album by Faze-O

Released
1978

Genre
Funk

Label
She Records

Faze-O chronology

Riding High
(1977)
Good Thang
(1978)
Breakin’ the Funk
(1979)

Good Thang is the second album by American funk band Faze-O, released in 1978.
Track listing[edit]

Good Thang – 7:38
Who Loves You – 12:20
Space People – 4:31
Party Time – 5:10
Love Me Girl – 5:05
Funky Lady – 5:55

Personnel[edit]

Keith Harrison – Arp, Clavinet, Fender Rhodes, Keyboards, Mini Moog, Percussion, Piano, Piano (Electric), Lead and Backing Vocals
Ralph “Love” Aikens, Jr. – Lead Guitar, Talk Box, Lead and Backing Vocals
Frederick Tyrone Crum – Bass
Robert Neal, Jr. – Percussion, Lead and Backing Vocals
Roger Parker – Drums, Percussion
Eddie “Bongo” Brown – Bongos
Allejo Poveda – Latin Percussion
Billy Beck – Keyboards
Clarence “Satch” Satchell – Tenor Saxophone, Trumpet
Jack Kramer – Trumpet
Clarence Willis – Rhythm Guitar

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