Lophomyrtus bullata

Lophomyrtus bullata

For the New Zealand town, see Ramarama.

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Lophomyrtus bullata

ramarama seedling

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Plantae

(unranked):
Angiosperms

(unranked):
Eudicots

(unranked):
Rosids

Order:
Myrtales

Family:
Myrtaceae

Genus:
Lophomyrtus

Species:
L. bullata

Binomial name

Lophomyrtus bullata
Burret

Ramarama seedling

Lophomyrtus bullata, also known as ramarama or bubbleleaf, is a species of evergreen myrtle shrub in the genus Lophomyrtus, family Myrtaceae. It is found in New Zealand.
L. bullata grows to a height of 8 metres, producing many branches closely packed together. The leaves are oval shaped, thick, shiny and bubbled, varying in colour from dark green to yellow green. They can also appear spotted with red, maroon, or blackish marks.
L. bullata flowers between November and March, and subsequently fruits from January through to June.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Ramarama (Lophomyrtus bullata)”. Taranaki Educational Resource: Research, Analysis and Information Network. Retrieved 3 April 2012. 

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Taxon identifiers

EoL: 5457259
GBIF: 3188099
Plant List: kew-115182
Tropicos: 22103134
NCBI: 375237
IPNI: 597561-1
GRIN: 459677

연예인야동

Sawargaon

Sawargaon
सावरगाव
सावरगाव (गुरुवाचे)

Village

Country
 India

State
Maharashtra

District
Ahmadnagar

Government

 • Type
Panchayati raj (India)

 • Body
Gram panchayat

Languages

 • Official
Marathi

Time zone
IST (UTC+5:30)

Telephone code
022488

ISO 3166 code
IN-MH

Vehicle registration
MH-16,17

Lok Sabha constituency
Ahmednagar

Vidhan Sabha constituency
Parner

Website
maharashtra.gov.in

Sawargaonis a village in Parner taluka in Ahmednagar district of state of Maharashtra, India.[1]
Religion[edit]
The majority of the population in the village is Hindu.
See also[edit]

Parner taluka
Villages in Parner taluka

References[edit]

^ Villages in Parner taluka-Glorious India

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Parner taluka topics

Villages

Akkalwadi
Alkuti
Apadhup
Astagaon
Babhulwade
Baburdi
Bhalwani
Bhandgaon
Bhondre
Bhoyre Gangarda
Chincholi
Chombhut
Daithane Gunjal
Darodi
Desawade
Devibhoaire
Dhawalpuri
Dhoki
Dhotre Bk
Diksal
Ganji Bhoyare
Gargundi
Garkhindi
Gatewadi
Ghanegaon
Goregaon
Gunaore
Hanga
Hattalkhindi
Hiware Korda
Jadhvawadi
Jamgaon
Jategaon
Jawala
Kadus
Kakane Wadi
Kalas
Kalkup
Kanhur Pathar
Karandi
Karegaon
Karjule Harya
Kasare
Katalwedha
Khadakwadi
Kinhi
Kohkadi
Kurund
Loni Haveli
Lonimawala
Mahskewadi
Map
Mandave Kd
Mawale Wadi
Mhasane
Mungashi
Nandur Pathar
Narayan Gawhan
Nighoj
Pabal
Padali Aale
Padali Darya
Padali Kanhur
Padali Ranjangaon
Palashi
Palspur
Palwe Bk
Palwe Kd
Panoli
Parner
Patharwadi
Pimpalgaon Rotha
Pimpalgaon Turk
Pimpalner
Pimpri Gawali
Pimpri Jalsen
Pimpri Pathar
Pokhari
Punewadi
Raitale
Ralegan Siddhi
Ralegan Therpal
Randhe
Ranjangaon Mashid
Renwadi
Rui Chatrapati
Sangvi Surya
Sarola Adwai
Sawargaon
Shanjapur
Sherikasare
Shirapur
Sidheshwar Wadi
Supa
Takali Dhokeshwar
Tikhol
Vesdare
Viroli
Wadegawhan Wadgaon Amali
Wadgaon Darya
Wadgaon Savtal
Wadner Bk
Wadner Haveli
Wadule
Wadzire
Waghunde Bk
Waghunde Kd
Walwane
Wankute
Wasunde
Yadavwadi

Large Dams

Dhoki Dam
Hanga Dam
Lonimavla Dam
Mandohol Dam
Palashi Dam
Rui Chatrapati Dam
Tikhol Dam

Education Societies

Rayat Shikshan Sanstha
Shree Hareshwar Education Society
SAI Education Society

Schools

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Ahmednagar
Shri Sainath Highschool & Jr. College
Shree Hareshwar Vidyalaya

Colleges

New Arts, Science and Commerce College, Parner
Pravra Education Socity’s Arts, Science and Commerce College, Alkuti
Shri Dho

Everything Will Be

Everything Will Be is a 2014 documentary film about the changing face of Vancouver’s Chinatown, directed by Julia Kwan and produced by David Christensen for the National Film Board of Canada. Everything Will Be was the first documentary film for Kwan, whose first feature Eve and the Fire Horse was a fictional comic account of growing up Chinese in Vancouver.[1]

Contents

1 Production
2 Release
3 References
4 External links

Production[edit]
Kwan and Christensen had initially explored the idea of making a film that contrasted Vancouver’s fading Chinatown with the thriving Golden Village in nearby Richmond, until Kwan realized her passion was in documenting Chinatown’s historic sites and businesses before they disappeared: “One day I was walking down Pender Street and within a two-block radius I counted like 20 shuttered shops … herbalists and knick-knack shops and green grocers. I think I was inspired to make this film from that ache I felt for the Chinatown of my childhood.”[2]
Kwan has described the film as “an observational, immersive documentary, inspired by Frederick Wiseman,” and prepared for the film by walking the streets of Chinatown with her cinematographer. Since she characterizes her own command of Cantonese as “highly suspect,” Kwan had a researcher and translator with her much of the time. She found herself drawn to the stories of elderly residents, who reminded her of her own parents and the people she grew up with.[1]
Area residents featured in Everything Will Be include an elderly newspaper seller known as Granny Kwan, and a security guard who’s worked in the area for 20 years, who helped the filmmaker convince doubtful area residents to participate in the film. The film’s title is inspired by a neon installation by Martin Creed, which reads “Everything Is Going To Be Alright,” overlooking the neighbourhood from atop real estate developer Bob Rennie’s art museum in Chinatown’s Wing Sang building. Rennie is also featured in the film.[1][2][3]
Release[edit]
The film premiered at the 2014 Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival,[4] followed by the Vancouver International Film Festival.[1][3]
References[edit]

^ a b c d Eisner, Ken (24 September 2014). “VIFF 2014: Julia Kwan’s Everything Will Be captures Vancouver’s Chinatown in transition”. Georgia Straight. Retrieved 11 February 2015. 
^ a b Leirin-Young, Mark (24 September 2014). “VIFF: Julia Kwan rediscovers Chinatown in debut documentary”. Vancouver

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

Monica Nielsen

Monica Nielsen

Nielsen at Kim Anderzon’s funeral, 24 November 2014

Born
(1937-11-30) 30 November 1937 (age 79)
Stockholm, Sweden

Occupation
Actress

Years active
1947-present

Monica Nielsen (born 30 November 1937) is a Swedish actress.[1] She has appeared in more than 50 films and television shows since 1947.
Selected filmography[edit]

Blue Sky (1955)
The Cats (1965)
The Princess (1966)
The Man on the Balcony (1993)

References[edit]

^ “Monica Nielsen”. The Swedish Film Database. Retrieved 27 February 2014. 

External links[edit]

Monica Nielsen at the Internet Movie Database
Monica Nielsen at the Swedish Film Database

Authority control

WorldCat Identities
VIAF: 68914179
MusicBrainz: 15bff031-78c4-4a97-a962-fc210141627b

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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

Invincible Ed

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The Invincible Ed (Hardcover, June 2004)

Invincible Ed is the debut graphic novel written and illustrated by Ryan Woodward who has worked on such film projects as Space Jam, The Iron Giant, Osmosis Jones, and Spider-Man 2. Invincible Ed was originally released by Summertime Books, Woodward’s own publishing company. The entire four issue miniseries was released later by Dark Horse Comics in 2004.
Plot summary[edit]
When the Council of Galaxies decides that earth is on the path of self-destruction it acts by sending an alien sociologist named Nod. Nod is commanded to go to planet Earth to choose a worthy human to receive the power of “the right”. Nod tries to explain to the council that he cannot tell whether someone is worthy to receive “the right” or not. Nonetheless, the council sends him to earth with a green orb that delivers the power of “the right” to the first human to look into it.
Nod picks a football playing bully named Lance Lundgrin from Chesterton High to become Earth’s champion. Having accidentally blown Lance’s bookbag up in Science class earlier in the day, Ed reluctantly meets him in the locker room after school for what he assumes will be a severe beating. Lance decides not to beat Ed to a pulp but does decide to make him spend the night in his locker. As Lance opens the locker, both he and Ed look at the orb that was placed there by Nod at the same time. We see Nod say that the orb isn’t intended for more than one person. Th

Crazy Enough (Bobby Wills album)

Crazy Enough

Studio album by Bobby Wills

Released
June 24, 2014 (2014-06-24)

Genre
Country

Length
35:37

Label
MDM Recordings

Producer
Michael Pyle

Bobby Wills chronology

If It Was That Easy
(2012)
Crazy Enough
(2014)
Tougher Than Love
(2016)

Singles from Crazy Enough

“Crazy Enough”
Released: February 2014
“Never Didn’t Love You”
Released: June 2014
“Undressed”
Released: October 2014
“So Much for Taking It Slow”
Released: April 2015

Professional ratings

Review scores

Source
Rating

Top Country
[1]

Crazy Enough is the third studio album by Canadian country music artist Bobby Wills. It was released on June 24, 2014 via MDM Recordings and distributed by Universal Music Canada.[2][3] The album includes the singles “Crazy Enough” and “Never Didn’t Love You”.[4][5]

Contents

1 Critical reception
2 Track listing
3 Chart performance

3.1 Singles

4 References
5 External links

Critical reception[edit]
Shenieka Russell-Metcalf of Top Country gave the album five stars out of five, calling it “the definition of great country music” and writing that “his voice, range and lyrical versatility is the real deal.”[1]
Track listing[edit]
All tracks written by Walt Aldridge, Michael Pyle, Bobby Wills.

No.
Title
Length

1.
“Still Something There”
3:29

2.
“All Kinds of Wrong”
3:27

3.
“That’s Where You Come In”
3:32

4.
“Crazy Enough”
3:50

5.
“That’s Why I Pray”
3:23

6.
“Undressed”
3:29

7.
“Never Didn’t Love You”
3:13

8.
“The End of the Day”
3:18

9.
“So Much for Taking It Slow”
3:28

10.
“With You”
4:28

Total length:
35:37

Chart performance[edit]
Singles[edit]

Year
Single
Peak chart
positions

CAN Country
[6]
CAN
[7]

2014
“Crazy Enough”
13
76

“Never Didn’t Love You”
14
75

“Undressed”
13

2015
“So Much for Taking It Slow”
38

“—” denotes releases that did not chart

References[edit]

^ a b Russell-Metcalf, Shenieka (June 26, 2014). “Reviewed: Bobby Wills’ “Crazy Enough””. Top Country. Retrieved July 28, 2014. 
^ Tinson, Kayla (May 20, 2014). “Bobby Wills has a new album coming out in June”. Top Country. Retrieved July 28, 2014. 
^ Ward, Jaimie (May 24, 2014). “CCMA Award Winning Country Artist Bobby Wills Releases New Album June 24, 2014”. Music News Nashville. Retrieved July 28, 2014. 
^ Bell, Mike (July 8, 2014). “Calgary country singer Bobby Wills lets his great songs lead the way as he rises to the top”. Windsor Star. Retrieved July 28, 2014.&#16

Newtown

Newtown may refer to:

Contents

1 Places

1.1 Australia
1.2 Canada
1.3 India
1.4 Ireland
1.5 Isle of Man
1.6 New Zealand
1.7 South Africa
1.8 United Kingdom
1.9 United States

2 People
3 Art, entertainment, and media
4 Sports
5 Other uses
6 See also

Places[edit]
Australia[edit]

Newtown, New South Wales
Newtown, Queensland (Ipswich)
Newtown, Queensland (Toowoomba)
Newtown, Victoria, a suburb of Geelong
Newtown, Victoria (Golden Plains Shire), a locality near Ballarat

Canada[edit]

Newtown, Newfoundland and Labrador

India[edit]

New Town, Kolkata

Ireland[edit]

Newtown, Ballymore, a townland in the civil parish of Ballymore, barony of Rathconrath, County Westmeath
Newtown, County Cork, a census town
Newtown,County Dublin
Newtown, County Laois
Newtown, County Leitrim
Newtown, County Meath, a civil parish
Newtown, County Tipperary, a settlement in the barony of Owney and Arra
Newtown, County Westmeath, a townland in County Westmeath
Newtown, County Westmeath (civil parish), a civil parish in the barony of Moycashel
Newtown, Delvin, a townland in the civil parish of Delvin, County Westmeath
Newtown, Ormond Lower County Tipperary, a townland in the barony of Ormond Lower
Newtown (Guest), County Tipperary, a townland in the barony of Ormond Lower
Newtown (Hodgins), County Tipperary, a townland in the barony of Ormond Lower
Newtown, Ballymurreen, County Tipperary, a townland in North Tipperary
Newtown, Kilcumreragh, a townland in Kilcumreragh civil parish, barony of Kilcoursey, County Offaly
Newtown, Kilmanaghan, a townland in Kilmanaghan civil parish, barony of Kilcoursey, County Offaly
Newtown, Templeport, a townland in Templeport civil parish, County Cavan

Isle of Man[edit]

Newtown, Isle of Man

New Zealand[edit]

Newtown, New Zealand, a suburb of Wellington

South Africa[edit]

Newtown, Johannesburg

United Kingdom[edit]

Newtown, Birmingham, England
Newtown, Cardiff, Wales
Newtown, Chester, England
Newtown, Cornwall, England
Newtown, County Down, a townland in County Down, Northern Ireland
Newtown, County Antrim, a townland in County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Newtown, County Armagh, a townland in County Armagh, Northern Ireland
Newtown, County Fermanagh, a townland in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
Newtown, Cumbria, England
Newtown, Derbyshire, England
Newtown, Dorset, a district of Poole, England
Newtown, Exeter, England
Newtown, Hampshire, England
Newtown, Herefordshire, a place in Herefordshire, England
Newtown, Isle of Wight, England
Newt
부천오피

Hundred Flowers Award for Best Picture

The Hundred Flowers Award for Best Picture was first awarded by the China Film Association in 1962.

Contents

1 Winners & nominees

1.1 2010s
1.2 2000s
1.3 1960s

2 References

Winners & nominees[edit]
2010s[edit]

Year
Number
Film
Director

2010
30th[1]
The Founding of a Republic\建国大业
Han Sanping 韩三平
Huang Jianxin 黄建新

Runner-up: Mulan\花木兰
Jingle Ma 马楚成

Runner-up: 惊天动地
Wang Jia 王珈
Shen Dong 沈东

Bodyguards and Assassins\十月围城
Teddy Chan 陈德森

The Message\风声
Gao Qunshu 高群书

2000s[edit]

Year
Number
Film
Director

2008
29th[2]
Assembly\集结号
Feng Xiaogang 冯小刚

Runner-up: The Knot\云水谣
Yin Li 尹力

Runner-up: Invisible Wings\隐形的翅膀
Feng Zhenzhi 冯振志

Crazy Stone\疯狂的石头
Ning Hao 宁浩

Tokyo Trial\东京审判
Gao Qunshu 高群书

2006
28th[3]
Zhang Side\张思德
Yin Li 尹力

Runner-up: Kung Fu Hustle\功夫
Stephen Chow 周星驰

Runner-up: Between Life and Death\生死牛玉儒
Zhou Youzhao 周有召

Fearless\霍元甲
Ronny Yu 于仁泰

New Police Story\新警察故事
Benny Chan 陈木胜

2004
27th[4]
Cell Phone\手机
Feng Xiaogang 冯小刚

Runner-up: Warm Spring\暖春
Tana Wulan

Runner-up: A SARS Journey\惊心动魄
Wang Jia 王珈
Shen Dong 沈东

Warriors of Heaven and Earth\天地英雄
He Ping 何平

Goddess of Mercy\玉观音
Ann Hui 许鞍华

38 Degrees\三十八度
Liu Xin 刘新

Sunny Cour Tyard\阳光天井
Huang Hong 黄宏

Colour of Sound\地下铁
Joe Ma 马伟豪

The Law Of Romance\警察有约
Xu Geng 徐耿

Shining Season\灿烂的季节
Song Jiangbo 宋江波

1960s[edit]

Year
Number
Film
Director

1963
2nd[5]
Li Shuangshuang\李双双
Lu Ren 鲁韧

1962
1st[6]
The Red Detachment of Women\红色娘子兵
Xie Jin 谢晋

References[edit]

^ (Chinese) Nominees of 30th Hundred Flowers Awards 21 Sept 2010.
^ (Chinese) Nominees of 29th Hundred Flowers Awards 15 August 2008.
^ (Chinese) Nominees of 28th Hundred Flowers Awards 22 Sep 2006.
^ (Chinese) Nominees of 27th Hundred Flowers Awards 09 Sep 2004.
^ (Chinese) N历届百花奖的获奖名单 28 August 2008.
^ (Chinese) N中国第一届电影“百花奖” 20 May 2010.

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Hundred Flowers Awards

Current Awards

Picture
Director
Writing
Leading Actor
Leading Actress
Supporting Actor
Supporting Actress
Newcomer

Retired Awards

Co-Produce Film
Animation
Chinese Opera Film
Cinematograp