Chris Houston (American football)

Chris Houston Houston during his tenure with the Lions in 2011.No. 23 Position: Cornerback Personal information Date of birth: (1984-10-18) October 18, 1984 (age 31) Place of birth: Austin, Texas Height: 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) Weight: 185 lb (84 kg) Career information High school: Austin (TX) Johnson College: Arkansas NFL draft: 2007 / Round: 2 / Pick: 41 Career history Atlanta Falcons (2007–2009) Detroit Lions (2010–2013) Carolina Panthers (2015)*  * Offseason and/or practice squad member only Career highlights and awards NFL Interception Return yards leader (2011) Career NFL statisticsTackles: 376 Sacks: 0.0 Forced Fumbles: 4 Interceptions: 13 Interception touchdowns: 3 Passes defensed: 80 Player stats at NFL.com Player stats at PFR Christopher Don Houston[1] (born October 18, 1984) is a former American football cornerback who played in the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Arkansas, and was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the second round of the 2007 NFL Draft. Houston was also a member of the Detroit Lions and Carolina Panthers.Contents 1 Early years 2 College career 3 Professional career3.1 2007 NFL Combine 3.2 Atlanta Falcons 3.3 Detroit Lions 3.4 Carolina Panthers 3.5 NFL stats 4 References 5 External linksEarly years[edit] Houston with the Arkansas Razorbacks Houston attended Mendez Middle School and LBJ High School in Austin, Texas, where he played running back and cornerback. During his senior year he rushed for 426 yards and six touchdowns, before moving exclusively to cornerback. He was also a shooting guard on the school’s basketball team. College career[edit] Houston during his tenure with the Falcons in 2009 Houston attended The University of Arkansas from 2003 to 2006. During his junior year in Fayetteville, he was a Pro Football Weekly All-American honorable mention and All-Southeastern Conference second team selection by the league’s coaches and Associated Press. He finished his college career with 89 tackles, three interceptions, three forced fumbles and a touchdown for the Razorbacks. After his junior year, Houston decided to forgo his senior season with the Hogs and enter the 2007 NFL Draft.[2] Professional career[edit] 2007 NFL Combine[edit]Pre-draft measurablesHt Wt 40-yd dash 10-yd split 20-yd split 20-ss 3-cone Vert Broad BP 5 ft 10&#160. thanks wikipedia.

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Richmond (Nova Scotia provincial electoral district)

Richmond Nova Scotia electoral districtDefunct provincial electoral district Legislature Nova Scotia House of Assembly District created 1933 District abolished 2013 Last contested 2009 Demographics Population (2011) 9,287 Electors 7,954 Census divisions Richmond County Richmond is a former provincial electoral district in Nova Scotia, Canada which existed between 1933-2013. It elected one member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly. In its last configuration, the electoral district included Richmond County in its entirety. The electoral district was abolished following the 2012 electoral boundary review and was largely replaced by the new electoral district of Cape Breton-Richmond. Members of the Legislative Assembly[edit] The electoral district was represented by the following Members of the Legislative Assembly: Legislature Years Member Party 61st 2009–2013Michel Samson Liberal 60th 2006-2009 59th 2003-2006 58th 1999-2003 57th 1998-1999 56th 1993-1998     Richie Mann Liberal 55th 1988-1993 54th 1984-1988Greg MacIsaac Progressive Conservative 53rd 1981-1984 52nd 1980-1981     John E. LeBrun Liberal 1978-1980     Gaston T. LeBlanc Liberal 51st 1974-1978 50th 1970-1974Gerald Doucet Progressive Conservative 49th 1967-1970 48th 1963-1967 47th 1960-1963     Earl W. Urquhart Liberal 46th 1956-1960 45th 1953-1956 44th 1949-1953 1949     Lauchlin Currie Liberal 43rd 1945-1949 42nd 1941-1945 1941     Donald David Boyd Liberal 41st 1937-1941 40th 1933-1937     George R. Deveau Liberal Election results[edit] Nova Scotia general election, 2009 Party Candidate Votes % ±Liberal Michel Samson 3228 55.31 +6.76      New Democratic Party Clair Rankin 1477 25.31 +15.88      Progressive Conservative John Greene 1045 17.91 -22.65Green John Percy 86 1.47 -0.1 Nova Scotia general election, 2006 Party Candidate Votes % ±      Liberal Michel Samson 2722 48.55     Progressive Conservative John Greene 2268 40.56     New Democratic Party Mary Pat Cude 529 9.43 Green Noreen Hartlen 88 1.57 – Nova Scotia general election, 2003 Party Candidate Votes % ±      Liberal Michel Samson 3047 51.36     Progressive Conservative Richie Cotton 1850 31. thanks wikipedia.

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KWYW

KWYWCity Lost Cabin, Wyoming Frequency 99.1 MHz First air date 1999-11-29 (as KSXZ) Format Sports ERP 50,000 watts HAAT 578 meters Class C Facility ID 89088 Transmitter coordinates 43°26′18″N 107°59′37″W / 43.43833°N 107.99361°W / 43.43833; -107.99361 Former callsigns KSXZ (1999-2001) Affiliations AP Radio, ESPN Radio Owner Jerry and Steve Edwards (Edwards Communications, LC) Sister stations KFCW, KDNO, KTHE, KVOW, KTAK KWYW (99.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Sports format. Licensed to Lost Cabin, Wyoming, USA, the station is currently owned by Jerry and Steve Edwards, through licensee Edwards Communications, LC, and features programming from AP Radio and ESPN Radio.[1]Contents 1 History 2 Facilities 3 Previous logo 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] The station was assigned the call sign KSXZ on November 11th, 1999. On July 5, 2001, the station changed its call sign to the current KWYW.[2] Facilities[edit] The station shares its antenna with KDNO on Copper Mountain. Previous logo[edit]References[edit] ^ “KWYW Facility Record”. United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.  ^ “KWYW Call Sign History”. United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.  External links[edit] Query the FCC’s FM station database for KWYW Radio-Locator information on KWYW Query Nielsen Audio’s FM station database for KWYWv t e Radio stations in the Riverton/Lander, Wyoming market By FM frequency88.1 88.7 89.1 89.5 90.5 90.9 91.3 91.9 93.1 93.9 95.3 96.7 97.5 99.1 101.7 104.1 105.1 107.1 107.7 By AM frequency1330 1450 By callsignK213EZ K220GP K237CP K244DP K281BF KCWC KDLY KDNO KFCW KMJB KOFR-LP KOVE KTAK KTUG KUDA KUWT KUWW KVOW KWRR KWYWNearby radio markets Bighorn Basin Casper Rock Springs See also List of radio stations in Wyoming v t e ESPN Radio stations in the state of Wyoming Full-time affiliateCasper KKTL Lost Cabin KWYW Rock Springs KRKK Part-time affiliatesCasper KASS Cheyenne KFBC Laramie KOWB Riverton KVOWSee also List of ESPN Radio affiliatesSee also adult contemporary classic hits college country news/talk NPR oldies religious rock sports top 40 urban other radio stations in Wyoming See also ESPN Radio ESPN Deportes Radio Fox Sports Radio CBS Sports Radio NBC Sports Radio Yahoo! Sports Radio Sports Byline USA. thanks wikipedia.

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Crazy House (1943 film)

Crazy HouseVideo tape cover.Directed by Edward F. Cline Written by Robert Lees Frederic I. Rinaldo Starring Ole Olsen Chic Johnson Cass Daley Music by George Hale Cinematography Charles Van Enger Edited by Arthur Hilton Distributed by Universal PicturesRelease dates October 8, 1943 (1943-10-08) (U.S.) May 22, 1944 (1944-05-22) (Sweden) July 31, 1950 (1950-07-31) (Denmark) Running time80 min. Country United States Language English Box office $1 million (US rentals)[1] Crazy House is a 1943 comedy film starring Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson as Broadway stars who return to Universal Studios to make another movie. The mere mention of Olsen and Johnson’s names evacuates the studio and terrorizes the management and personnel. Undaunted, the comedians hire an assistant director and unknown talent, and set out to make their own movie. Financed by an eccentric “angel” (Percy Kilbride), the completed feature is set to premiere when angry creditors confiscate most of the film. Olsen and Johnson keep the preview going, anyway, and their venture is a success. Crazy House is notable for its impressive cast of supporting comedians (Percy Kilbride, Cass Daley, Shemp Howard, Edgar Kennedy, Franklin Pangborn, Billy Gilbert, Richard Lane, Andrew Tombes, Chester Clute, and Hans Conried) and guest stars under contract to Universal at the time (Allan Jones, Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce, Robert Paige, Leo Carrillo, Johnny Mack Brown, Andy Devine). Cast[edit]Ole Olsen as Himself Chic Johnson as Himself Cass Daley as Herself/Sadie Silverfish Martha O’Driscoll as Marjorie Nelson, alias Marjorie Wyndingham Patric Knowles as Edmund ‘Mac’ MacLean Percy Kilbride as Col. Cornelius Merriweather Hans Conried as Roco Leighton Noble as Himself Richard Lane as Hanley Thomas Gomez as N.G. Wagstaff Billy Gilbert as Sid Drake Edgar Kennedy as Judge Andrew Tombes as Horace L. Gregory Chester Clute as Fud Franklin Pangborn as Hotel clerk Shemp Howard as Mumbo Fred Sanborn as Jumbo Count Basie Orchestra with Jimmy Rushing and Thelma CarpenterReferences[edit] ^ “Top Grossers of the Season”, Variety, 5 January 1944 p 54 External links[edit]Crazy House at the American Film Institute Catalog Crazy House at the Internet Movie Database Crazy House at AllMoviev t e Films directed by Edward F. ClineCircus Days (1923) Three Ages (1923) Captain January (1924) Little Robinson Crusoe (19. thanks wikipedia.

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Open Doors (film)

This article is about the 1990 Italian film. For the 2005 British film, see The Open Doors. Porte aperteDirected by Gianni Amelio Written by Gianni Amelio Vincenzo Cerami Alessandro Sermoneta StarringGian Maria Volontè Ennio Fantastichini Renato CarpentieriMusic by Franco Piersanti Cinematography Tonino Nardi Edited by Simona Paggi Distributed by Orion Pictures in USA, 1991Release dates 29 March 1990 (1990-03-29) Running time108 minutes Country Italy Language Italian Open Doors (Italian: Porte aperte) is a 1990 Italian film directed by Gianni Amelio. Set in Palermo in the 1930s, a judge who is morally against the death penalty is confronted with the case of a man who has murdered his wife and two colleagues in cold blood. Opposed by both the fascist government and public opinion, he struggles to do what he believes is right. Based on a 1968 novel, “Porte Aperte”, by Leonardo Sciascia. The film was selected as the Italian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 63rd Academy Awards.[1]Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Awards3.1 Won 3.2 Nominated 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksPlot[edit] The film opens with a Fascist bureaucrat, recently fired, killing the man who fired him, the man who replaced him, and his wife. Cast[edit]Gian Maria Volontè as Judge Vito di Francesco Ennio Fantastichini as Tommasco Scalia Renato Carpentieri as Consolo Tuccio Musumeci as Spatafora Silverio Blasi as Attorney Vitalba Andrea as Rosa Scalia Giacomo Piperno as Prosecutor Lydia Alfonsi as Marchesa Anna Pironti Renzo Giovampietro as President SannaAwards[edit] Won[edit]1991 David di Donatello:Best Actor – Gian Maria Volontè Best Costume Design – Gianna Gissi Best Film Best Sound – Remo Ugolinelli 3rd European Film Awards:Best Cinematography Best Film Discovery of the Year Award – Ennio Fantastichini Italian Golden Globes:Best Actor – Gian Maria Volontè Best Film Best Screenplay Italian National Syndicate of Film JournalistsBest Director Best Supporting Actor – Ennio Fantastichini Montpellier Mediterranean Film FestivalCritics Award – Gianni Amelio Golden Antigone – Gianni AmelioNominated[edit]63rd Academy Awards:Best Foreign Language Film 1991 David di Donatello:Best Cinematography – Tonino Nardi Best Director – Gianni Amelio Best Editing – Simona Paggi Best Producer – Angelo Rizzoli Jr. Best Production Design – Amedeo Fago, Franco Velchi Best Screenpla. thanks wikipedia.

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Weymouth and Portland Borough Council election, 2010

The 2010 Weymouth and Portland Borough Council election took place on 6 May 2010 to elect members of Weymouth and Portland Borough Council in Dorset, England. One third of the council was up for election and the council stayed under no overall control.[1] After the election, the composition of the council wasConservative 18 Liberal Democrat 11 Labour 5 Independent 2[2] Contents 1 Background 2 Election result 3 Ward results 4 ReferencesBackground[edit] Before the election the Conservatives had exactly half of the seats with 18, compared to 10 for the Liberal Democrats, 5 Labour and 3 independents.[3] 36 candidates were standing for the 12 seats being contested with the Conservatives defending 7, Labour 2, independents 2 and Liberal Democrats 1.[3] Election result[edit] The results saw the Conservatives remain as the largest party with 18 of the 36 seats but without a majority.[4] They gained one seat in Tophill West which had been previously held by independent Steven Flew before he stood down at the election.[4] However the Conservatives lost another seat in Melcombe Regis to the Liberal Democrats, with the winning candidate Ray Banham returning to the council on which he had previously served for 10 years.[4] Ian James narrowly held Westham East ward for the Conservatives after having defected from the Liberal Democrats in 2008, while his wife Christine James held Westham North for the Liberal Democrats.[4] Weymouth and Portland Local Election Result 2010[2][5] Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−   Conservative 7 1 1 0 58.3 40.0 11,211 -0.3%   Labour 2 0 0 0 16.7 30.8 8,637 +9.4%   Liberal Democrat 2 1 0 +1 16.7 21.5 6,043 -10.0%   Independent 1 0 1 -1 8.3 4.9 1,367 -1.0%   Citizens’ Action Party 0 0 0 0 0 1.9 524 +1.9%   Green 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 275 +0.1% Ward results[edit] Littlemoor[5] Party Candidate Votes % ±Labour Mark Tewkesbury 1,028 65.4 +7.3Conservative Nigel Reed 544 34.6 -7.3 Majority 484 30.8 +14.6 Turnout 1,572 58.7 +23.2Labour hold Swing Melcombe Regis[5] Party Candidate Votes % ±Liberal Democrat Ray Banham 1,083 41.8 Conservative David Price 938 36.2 Labour Elaine Walker 568 21.9Majority 145 5.6Turnout 2,589 52.8 +23.2Liberal Democrat gain from Conservative Swing Preston[5] Party Candidate Votes % ±Conservative Hazel Bruce 1,763 50.5 +3.7Liberal Democrat Richard Collings 1,34. thanks wikipedia.

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Belno, Gmina Zagnańsk

For other places with the same name, see Belno. Belno VillageBelno Coordinates: 50°59′24″N 20°43′4″E / 50.99000°N 20.71778°E / 50.99000; 20.71778 Country  Poland Voivodeship Świętokrzyskie County Kielce County Gmina Zagnańsk Population 659 Belno [ˈbɛlnɔ] is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Zagnańsk, within Kielce County, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, in south-central Poland. It lies approximately 4 kilometres (2 mi) east of Zagnańsk and 14 km (9 mi) north-east of the regional capital Kielce.[1] The village has a population of 659. References[edit] ^ “Central Statistical Office (GUS) – TERYT (National Register of Territorial Land Apportionment Journal)” (in Polish). 2008-06-01. v t e Gmina Zagnańsk SeatZagnańsk Other villagesBartków Belno Borowa Góra Chrusty Długojów Gruszka Janaszów Jasiów Jaworze Kajetanów Kaniów Kołomań Lekomin Osiedle Wrzosy Samsonów Samsonów-Ciągłe Samsonów-Dudków Samsonów-Komorniki Samsonów-Piechotne Ścięgna Siodła Szałas Tumlin-Dąbrówka Tumlin-Osowa Tumlin-Węgle Tumlin-Zacisze Umer Zabłocie Zachełmie Coordinates: 50°59′24″N 20°43′4″E / 50.99000°N 20.71778°E / 50.99000; 20.71778 This Kielce County location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Sidney Gross

This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. (Learn how and when to remove these template messages) This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia’s quality standards. The specific problem is: Formatting and sections. Wikilinking. Please help improve this article if you can. (September 2015)This article should be divided into sections by topic, to make it more accessible. Please help by adding section headings in accordance with Wikipedia’s Manual of Style. (September 2015)(Learn how and when to remove this template message) Sidney Gross’ early style was influenced by the social realism. He also drew on the surrealist movement that was just beginning the year he was born. By the time he was twenty, he was painting distinctively urban surrealism, while producing critically admired portraits, something he continued to do during his lifetime. Late in the 1940s and early into the 1950s, he experimented with various forms of abstract expressionism, including what one critic called amorphorism. These soft, diffuse, often numbered abstractions bore the title ‘Dusky’. He continued to produce realistic portraits and semi-abstract portraits of the landscape of New York City. By the mid 1950s, he was producing large and dynamic works of Abstract Expressionism and finding a cliental at a time when other Ab Ex artists were forced to band together to exhibit. Around 1960, his UFO and Probe Series began to include controlled abstractions against hard edge geometric fields of colors. At his premature death, he was setting expressionistic forms in a wide bands of colors, separated by a white field. Throughout his relatively short career, he received critical acclaim and financial success.[1] Solo Shows Contemporary Art Gallery, – NYC 1945-1959 Tirca Karlis Gallery, Provincetown – 1960, 1962 Frank Rehn Gallery, NYC – 1949, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1954, 1956, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1969, memorial 1972 Pinchpenny Gallery – Essex Ct 1959,1985? Seasons Gallery, The Hague, The Netherlands – 1977 David David Gallery, Philadelphia 1991 Kaleidodscope Gallery, Sagamore, MA 1992 Gertrude Stein Gallery – 2000 Davenport & Fleming Gallery – 2007 Memorial exhibits in New York City, Baltimore, and Providence, RI. Permanent Collections Albright-Knox Art Gallery Allentown Museum of Art – 1967 American Academy of Arts & Letters – Childe Hassam Fund – 2 paintings Art Students L. thanks wikipedia.

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Acacia arida

Acacia arida Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae (unranked): Angiosperms (unranked): Eudicots (unranked): Rosids Order: Fabales Family: Fabaceae Genus: Acacia Species: A. arida Binomial name Acacia arida Benth.Acacia arida is a shrub belonging to the genus Acacia and the subgenus Juliflorae. It is native to an area of the Kimberley and Pilbara regions of Western Australia.[1] The shrub typically grows to a height of 0.9 to 3 metres (3 to 10 ft). It blooms from February to March or July to August producing yellow flowers. It grows on red sandy or stony soils.[1] See also[edit] List of Acacia species References[edit] ^ a b “Acacia arida”. FloraBase. Department of Environment and Conservation, Government of Western Australia. This Acacia-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e This Western Australian plant article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Melrose (Casanova, Virginia)

Melrose U.S. National Register of Historic Places Virginia Landmarks Register Show map of Northern Virginia Show map of Virginia Show map of USA Location North of Casanova on VA 602, near Casanova, Virginia Coordinates 38°40′23″N 77°42′37″W / 38.67306°N 77.71028°W / 38.67306; -77.71028Coordinates: 38°40′23″N 77°42′37″W / 38.67306°N 77.71028°W / 38.67306; -77.71028 Area 24 acres (9.7 ha) Built 1856 (1856)-1860, 1920 Built by Holtzclaw, George Washington Architectural style Gothic Revival NRHP Reference # 83003281[1] VLR # 030-0070 Significant dates Added to NRHP February 10, 1983 Designated VLR September 5, 1981[2] Melrose, also known as Melrose Castle, is a historic home located near Casanova, Fauquier County, Virginia. The house was built between 1856 and 1860, and is a two-story, five bay,”L”-shaped Gothic Revival style dwelling. It features a three-story-octagonal tower in the center bay and castellation along the parapet. The house was enlarged considerably around 1920 through a large addition to the west end for expanded service areas.[3] It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.[1] References[edit] ^ a b Staff (2010-07-09). “National Register Information System”. National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.  ^ “Virginia Landmarks Register”. Virginia Department of Historic Resources. Retrieved 5 June 2013.  ^ Virginia Historic Landmarks Commission Staff (September 1981). “National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Melrose” (PDF). Virginia Department of Historic Resources.  and Accompanying photo v t e U.S. National Register of Historic Places in Virginia Lists by countyAccomack Albemarle Alleghany Amelia Amherst Appomattox Arlington Augusta Bath Bedford Bland Botetourt Brunswick Buchanan Buckingham Campbell Caroline Carroll Charles City Charlotte Chesterfield Clarke Craig Culpeper Cumberland Dickenson Dinwiddie Essex Fairfax County Fauquier Floyd Fluvanna Franklin County Frederick Giles Gloucester Goochland Grayson Greene Greensville Halifax Hanover Henrico Henry Highland Isle Of Wight James City King and Queen King George King William Lancaster Lee Loudoun Louisa Lunenburg Madison Mathews Mecklenburg Middlesex Montgomery Nelson New Kent Northampton Northumberland Nottoway Orange Page Patrick Pittsylvania. thanks wikipedia.

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