Zozaya

This article is an orphan, as no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; try the Find link tool for suggestions. (February 2009) Zozaya is a small town in the Baztan Valley, Navarre, Spain. Its main feature is a fifteenth-century palace, reconstructed around 1930 and again in 2004, which belonged to the noblemen that once lived there. Today, the town consists of the palace, or main house, and around 10 to 15 houses in all. It also has a small well to supply water to the town. References[edit] Coordinates: 43°07′26″N 1°35′56″W / 43.1238°N 1.5989°W / 43.1238; -1.5989 This Spain location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge

Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife RefugeIUCN category IV (habitat/species management area) Photograph of Lake Drummond, Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, VirginiaShow map of Virginia Show map of USAMap of the United States Location Camden, Gates, Pasquotank counties, North Carolina, Chesapeake, Suffolk, Virginia, United States Coordinates 36°35′00″N 76°27′00″W / 36.58333°N 76.45000°W / 36.58333; -76.45000Coordinates: 36°35′00″N 76°27′00″W / 36.58333°N 76.45000°W / 36.58333; -76.45000 Area 112,000 acres (450 km2) Established 1974 Governing body U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Website Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge The Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge was created in 1974 to help protect and preserve a portion of the Great Dismal Swamp, a marshy region on the Coastal Plain of southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina between Norfolk, Virginia, and Elizabeth City, North Carolina in the United States. It is located in parts of the independent cities of Chesapeake and Suffolk in Virginia, and the counties of Camden, Gates, and Pasquotank in North Carolina.[1]Contents 1 Description 2 History 3 Habitat and wildlife 4 Recreation 5 See also 6 References 7 External linksDescription[edit] The Great Dismal Swamp is a southern swamp, the northernmost of many swamps along the Atlantic Ocean’s coast, including the Everglades and the Big Cypress in Florida, the Okefenokee, the Congress and Four Holes swamps of South Carolina, and some of the Carolina Bays. Essential to the swamp ecosystem are its water resources, native vegetative communities, and varied wildlife species. The Great Dismal Swamp’s ecological significance and its wealth of history and lore make it a unique wilderness. It is one of the last large wild areas remaining in the Eastern United States. History[edit] The Great Dismal Swamp is in southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina between the James River (Norfolk, Virginia) and the Albemarle Sound (Edenton, North Carolina).[1] The original swamp was estimated to be over 1,000,000 acres (400,000 ha);[1] however, human encroachment has destroyed up to 90% of the original swampland.[2][3][4] Beginning in the 1660s, an established community of escaped slaves known as the Great Dismal Swamp maroons lived freely within the Great Dismal Swamp.[3][5] Most maroons settled in mesic islands, th. thanks wikipedia.

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List of Captain America titles

This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (September 2014) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)This literature-related list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. Captain America is a comic book superhero in the Marvel Comics Universe. Since 1941,[1] he has starred in several ongoing series, as well as a large number of limited series and specials.[2][3] All stories are published exclusively by Marvel Comics under their standard imprint, unless otherwise noted.Contents 1 Primary series 2 Spin-off series 3 Limited series and one-shots 4 Spotlight Series 5 Writers 6 Collected editions6.1 Marvel Masterworks: Golden Age Captain America 6.2 Marvel Masterworks: Captain America 6.3 Essential Captain America 6.4 Captain America Omnibus 6.5 Captain America (Vol. 1 & 2) 6.6 Captain America (Vol. 3 & 4, Marvel Knights, Cap./Falcon) 6.7 Captain America (Brubaker Era) 6.8 Marvel Now!: Captain America 6.9 ALL-NEW Captain America (Falcon) 7 ReferencesPrimary series[edit]Captain America Comics #1-78 (Timely Comics; March 1941 – September 1954) Tales of Suspense #59-99 (November 1964 – March 1968) Captain America #100-454 (April 1968 – August 1996)Captain America Annual #1-13 (1971-1972; 1976-1977; 1981-1983; 1986; 1990-1994) Captain America vol. 2, #1-13 (November 1996 – November 1997) Captain America vol. 3, #1-50 (January 1998 – February 2002)Captain America & Citizen V Annual #1998 Captain America Annual #1999-2001 Captain America vol. 4, #1-32 (June 2002 – December 2004) Captain America vol. 5, #1-50 (January 2005 – July 2009) Captain America #600-619 (August 2009 – August 2011)Captain America and Bucky #620-628 (September 2011 – May 2012) Captain America and Hawkeye #629-632 (June–August 2012) Captain America and Iron Man #633-635 (August–October 2012) Captain America and Namor #635.1 (October 2012) Captain America and Black Widow #636-640 (November 2012 – February 2013) Captain America vol. 6, #1-19 (September 2011 – December 2012) Captain America vol. 7, #1-25 (January 2013 – December 2014) All-New Captain America #1-6 (January 2015 – June 2015) Captain America: Sam Wilson (October 2015, ongoing) Captain America: Steve Rogers (May 2016, ongoing)Spin-off series[edit]Nomad #1-25 (May 1992 – May 1994) Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #1-12 (Septembe. thanks wikipedia.

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Astral crown

Example of an Astral crown The Astral Crown is a gold crown surmounted with eight low points. The centrals and laterals points are topped with a star, with an unspecified number of points, between two wings. In heraldry, an astral crown is mounted atop the shields of coats of arms of units belonging to some air forces or the personal arms of its distinguished commanders. Its creation became necessary after the founding of the Royal Air Force in the UK, because there was no Roman military award device for Aerial warfare equivalent to the Naval crown for navies and the Camp crown for armies. Gallery[edit]An astral crown in the coat of arms of the Chilean Air ForceAn aeronautical coronet (Portuguese astral crown) in the coat of arms of the Portuguese Air ForceAn astral crown in the emblem of the 1227 (Sidcup) ATC Squadron (RAF)Emblem of the 2070 (Glenfield) ATC Squadron (RAF) See also[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Astral crowns.Crown (heraldry) Camp crown Mural crown Naval crown Celestial crown Heraldry Military aviationReferences[edit]Heraldic Headgear, American Heraldry Society. Astral Crown definition. Merrian Webster. Fox-Davies, Arthur Charles (1909) A Complete Guide to Heraldry, Chapter XXIII: Crest, Coronets and Chapeaux.v t e Types of crowns By rankPapal Imperial Royal ConsortBy useCoronation Heraldic State By formAstral Camp Circlet Coronet Diadem Eastern Golden hat Hoop Mural Naval Tiara This heraldry-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Kingman Brewster Jr.

His Excellency Kingman Brewster Jr.Kingman Brewster Jr. United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom In office June 3, 1977 – February 23, 1981 Monarch Elizabeth II President Jimmy Carter Ronald Reagan Prime Minister James Callaghan Margaret Thatcher Preceded by Anne Armstrong Succeeded by John J. Louis Jr. 8th Provost of Yale University In office 1960–1963 Preceded by Norman Sidney Buck Succeeded by Charles H. Taylor Jr. 17th President of Yale University In office 1963–1977 Preceded by A. Whitney Griswold Succeeded by Hanna Holborn Gray Master of University College, Oxford In office 1986–1988 Preceded by Arnold Goodman Succeeded by John Albery Personal details Born (1919-06-17)June 17, 1919 Longmeadow, Massachusetts Died November 8, 1988(1988-11-08) (aged 69) Oxford, England Resting place Grove Street Cemetery Political party Republican Spouse(s) Mary Louise Phillips Children Constance Kingman, 3rd Deborah Alden Riley Parents Kingman Brewster Sr. Florence Foster Besse Alma mater Yale University Harvard Law School Occupation Educator University President Diplomat Kingman Brewster Jr. (June 17, 1919 – November 8, 1988) was an educator, president of Yale University, and American diplomat.Contents 1 Life and career1.1 Early life 1.2 Marriage and family 1.3 Education and war years 1.4 Career1.4.1 Marshall Plan 1.4.2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1.4.3 Harvard University 1.4.4 Yale1.4.4.1 Wallace affair 1.4.4.2 Black Panthers 1.4.4.3 Vietnam War 1.4.4.4 Admissions 1.5 Diplomatic career 1.6 Post diplomatic career 1.7 Master of University College, Oxford 1.8 Quotations 1.9 Honors awarded 1.10 Works 1.11 Death 2 Notes 3 References 4 Additional notes 5 Further readingLife and career[edit] Early life[edit] Brewster was born in Longmeadow, Massachusetts,[1] the son of Florence Foster (née Besse), a 1907 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Wellesley College,[2][3] and Kingman Brewster, Sr., a 1906 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Amherst College and a 1911 graduate of the Harvard Law School.[4][5][6] He was a direct lineal descendant of Elder William Brewster (c. 1567 – April 10, 1644), the Mayflower passenger, Pilgrim colonist leader, and spiritual elder of the Plymouth Colony, through his son Jonathan Brewster; he was also descended from Mayflower passenger John Howland.[7] He was a grandson of Charles Kingman Brewster[4][5] and Celina Sophia Baldwin, and Lyma. thanks wikipedia.

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2011 Turner Prize

The prize exhibition was held at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead from 21 October 2011 to 8 January 2012, the first to be held outside London since the 2007 Turner Prize exhibition was held at Tate Liverpool, and the first time the exhibition has ever been held at a non-Tate venue. The 2011 Turner Prize was won by Martin Boyce for his installation Do Words Have Voices[1] The other nominees were Karla Black, Martin Boyce, Hilary Lloyd and George Shaw.[2][3] The prize jury for 2011 was Penelope Curtis (Director of Tate Britain in London), Katrina Brown (Director of The Common Guild in Glasgow), Vasif Kortun (Director of SALT (institution) in Istanbul), Nadia Schneider (Director of Kunsthaus Glarus in Glarus) and Godfrey Worsdale (Director of Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead).[4] The prize ceremony was interrupted by the international streaker Mark Roberts who was hired by the artist Benedikt Dichgans.[5] 149,770 people visited the exhibition at the Baltic[6] making it the most visited Turner Prize exhibition ever.[7] References[edit] ^ Higgins, Charlotte (5 December 2011). “Martin Boyce wins Turner prize 2011”. The Guardian. London.  ^ http://www.balticmill.com/whatsOn/future/ExhibitionDetail.php?exhibID=148 ^ “Turner Prize hopefuls announced”. BBC News. 4 May 2011.  ^ http://www.tate.org.uk/britain/turnerprize/ ^ “Streaker at posh North art bash revealls all”. Sunday Sun. 11 December 2011.  ^ Turner Prize visitors to Gateshead’s Baltic smash all previous records – the Guardian ^ Turner Prize visitor figures at Baltic put London to shame – the Journal v t e Tate GalleriesTate Britain Tate Liverpool Tate Modern Tate St Ives Barbara Hepworth Museum DirectorsSir Charles Holroyd (Keeper) D. S. MacColl (Keeper) Charles Aitken J. B. Manson Sir John Rothenstein Sir Norman Reid Sir Alan Bowness Sir Nicholas Serota BenefactorsSir Henry Tate Sir Hugh Lane Sir Joseph Duveen, Bt. Sir Charles Clore Outset Contemporary Art Fund ExhibitionsTurner Prize2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 List of Turner Prize winners and nominees The Weather Project Embankment Test Site Shibboleth OtherFrankfurt Art Theft Tate Etc. Purchase of The Upper Room. thanks wikipedia.

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Australian Mathematical Society Medal

This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (September 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Australian Mathematical Society Medal recognises distinguished mathematical sciences research by members of the Australian Mathematical Society. Eligibility for the medal include the requirements that the Society member must be under the age of 40 years, and that a significant portion of the research was carried out in Australia. The Medal was first presented in 1981. It is awarded at the opening session of the Society’s Annual Meeting.[1]Contents 1 Awardees 2 See also 3 References 4 External linksAwardees[edit] Source: Australian Mathematical Society Neil Trudinger (1981) Gavin Brown (1982) Leon Simon (1983) Richard Brent (1984) No award in 1985 Peter Hall (1986) Hyam Rubinstein (1987) Frank de Hoog (1988) Michael Cowling (1989) Brendan McKay (1990) Gerhard Huisken (1991) Michael Eastwood (1992) Peter Forrester and Nick Wormald (1993) No award in 1994 Adrian Baddeley (1995) Igor Shparlinski (1996) Michael Murray (1997) Murray Batchelor (1998) John Urbas (1999) Christine O’Keefe and Mathai Varghese (2000) Pier Bouwknegt, Alexander Molev, and Hugh Possingham (2001) Xu-Jia Wang (2002) Ben Andrews and Andrew Hassell (2003) No award in 2004 Terence Tao (2005) Andrew Mathas (2006) No award in 2007 Shahar Mendelson (2008) Steve Lack and Ian Wanless (2009) Kate Smith-Miles (2010) Todd Oliynyk (2011) Anthony Henderson and Stephen Keith (2012) Craig Westerland (2013) Josef Dick (2014) Scott Morrison (2015) See also[edit]List of prizes, medals and awards List of prizes named after peopleReferences[edit] ^ “The Australian Mathematical Society Medal”. The Australian Mathematical Society. Retrieved 8 December 2015.  External links[edit]Official site, listing of past recipients This Australia-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Biological museum (Stockholm)

The Biological MuseumBiologiska museetBiologiska museet’s wooden exteriorEstablished November 11, 1893 (1893-11-11) Location Hazeliusporten, Djurgården in Stockholm, Sweden. Public transit access Bus 47 or 44, bus stop Hazeliusporten. Website www.biologiskamuseet.com Biologiska museet is a museum located in Djurgården in Stockholm. It exhibits a collection of stuffed European birds and mammals in dioramas. Some of the diorama backgrounds were created by artist Bruno Liljefors, known for his dramatic paintings of Scandinavian wildlife. The museum was built in 1893 after a design by architect Agi Lindegren who was inspired by medieval Norwegian stave churches.[1]Contents 1 Gallery, building 2 Gallery, interior 3 References 4 External linksGallery, building[edit] Gallery, interior[edit] References[edit] ^ “Biologiska Museet”. The Local. Archived from the original on 2011-06-05. Retrieved 2015-04-29.  External links[edit]Official homepage (Swedish and English)Coordinates: 59°19′39″N 18°05′51″E / 59.32750°N 18.09750°E / 59.32750; 18.09750 v t e Museums in StockholmArtipelag Biologiska museet Dansmuseet Junibacken Livrustkammaren The Maritime Museum Medelhavsmuseet Millesgården Moderna Museet Museum of Ethnography Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities Museum of Medieval Stockholm Nationalmuseum Nobel Museum Nordic Museum Stockholm Observatory Royal Coin Cabinet Skansen Stockholm City Museum Stockholm County Museum Strindberg Museum Swedish Army Museum Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design Swedish History Museum Swedish Museum of Natural History Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology Thielska Galleriet Vasa Museum Waldemarsudde. thanks wikipedia.

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The Victors (film)

The VictorsDirected by Carl Foreman Produced by Carl Foreman Written by Written for the screen by Carl Foreman From the novel The Human Kind by Alexander Baron Starring Vincent Edwards Albert Finney George Hamilton Melina Mercouri Jeanne Moreau George Peppard Maurice Ronet Rosanna Schiaffino Romy Schneider Elke Sommer Eli Wallach and Michael Callan Music by Composed and conducted by Sol Kaplan Cinematography Christopher Challis B.S.C. Edited by Alan Osbiston Distributed by Columbia PicturesRelease dates 1963 (1963) Running time175 minutes Country United Kingdom Language English Box office $2,350,000 (US/ Canada)[1] The Victors is a 1963 Anglo-American war film written, produced and directed by Carl Foreman, whose name on the film’s posters was accompanied by nearby text, “from the man who fired The Guns of Navarone”. Shot on location in Western Europe and Britain, The Victors features an all-star cast, with fifteen American and European leading players, including six actresses (Melina Mercouri from Greece, Jeanne Moreau from France, Rosanna Schiaffino from Italy, Romy Schneider and Senta Berger from Austria as well as Elke Sommer from West Germany) whose photographs appear on the posters.[2] One of the posters carries the tagline, “The six most exciting women in the world… in the most explosive entertainment ever made!”.Contents 1 Overview 2 Cast 3 Songs listed in opening credits 4 End quotation 5 End credit 6 Release 7 References 8 External linksOverview[edit] The film follows a group of American soldiers through Europe during the Second World War, from Britain in 1942, through the fierce fighting in Italy and France, to the uneasy peace of Berlin. Production of the story’s action meant filming scenes that took place in Sweden, France, Italy and England.[3] It is adapted from a collection of short stories called The Human Kind by English author Alexander Baron, based upon his own wartime experiences. In the film the British characters of the original book were changed into Americans in order to attract American audiences. Carl Foreman wrote, produced and directed the epic. He called it a “personal statement” about the futility of war. Both victor and vanquished are losers.[4] The film slips between Pathé-style newsreel footage showing the conquering heroes abroad for the audience at home, and the grim reality of battlefield brutality and post-conflict ennui. No battle scenes are depicted. thanks wikipedia.

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Gorilla Biscuits

Gorilla BiscuitsBackground information Origin New York City, U.S. Genres Hardcore punk,[1] melodic hardcore Years active 1987–1991, 1997, 2005–present Labels Revelation Records Associated acts Quicksand, CIV, Youth of Today, Judge, Rival Schools, WarzoneMembers Anthony Civarelli Walter Schreifels Arthur Meow Smilios Alex Brown Luke AbbeyPast members Sammy Siegler Mark Hayworth John Porcelly Gorilla Biscuits is a New York-based hardcore punk band originally formed in 1987. The band currently consists of Anthony Civarelli, Walter Schreifels, Arthur Smilios, Alex Brown and Luke Abbey, and is signed to Revelation Records.Contents 1 History1.1 Early career 1.2 Popularity 1.3 Re-unions and the future of Gorilla Biscuits 2 Members2.1 Current 2.2 Former 3 Discography 4 Compilations 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] Early career[edit] Gorilla Biscuits were formed when Arthur Smilios and Nick Drysdale met Anthony “Civ” Civarelli while they were both attending the same high school on Long Island. All three were fans of the band Agnostic Front, and started going to hardcore shows at CBGB on weekends. There they met people like Ray Cappo and John Porcelly of the band Youth of Today. Arthur sought to form a hardcore band and asked Civ to act as vocalist. However Civ was not interested in singing, and had to face the floor or wall during early gigs due to nerves. Members of the band Token Entry arranged a gig for the still unnamed band (Gorilla Biscuits used Token Entry’s drummer, Ernie Parada for that first show), but needed a name to give it to the promoter. A popular drug in the area at that time was quaaludes, which people called “ape shit,” or “gorilla biscuits” due to the pill’s large size.[2] Eventually the name evolved into Gorilla Biscuits, and though it was initially only meant to be temporary, they have continued to use it. The band made a number of low-fi demo tapes which were sold at a dollar store. Their first official T-shirts were blue with an image of a gorilla riding a skateboard and were made using black magic markers and an ink blotter. Popularity[edit] Revelation Records featured the early Gorilla Biscuits song “Better Than You” on one of their compilations, and later released the eponymously titled Gorilla Biscuits 7-inch EP in 1988, which later became a hardcore hit. The band toured the United States and Europe twice. In 1989, the band released their first full-length album, Start Today. thanks wikipedia.

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