Mabini, Pangasinan

Mabini MunicipalitySeal Map of Pangasinan showing the location of MabiniMabiniLocation within the Philippines Coordinates: 16°04′11″N 119°56′24″E / 16.06972°N 119.94000°E / 16.06972; 119.94000Coordinates: 16°04′11″N 119°56′24″E / 16.06972°N 119.94000°E / 16.06972; 119.94000 Country  Philippines Region Ilocos (Region I) Province Pangasinan District 1st district of Pangasinan Founded 1923 Barangays 16 Government[1]  • Mayor Carlito R. Reyes Area[2]  • Total 291.01 km2 (112.36 sq mi) Population (2010)[3]  • Total 24,011  • Density 83/km2 (210/sq mi) Time zone PST (UTC+8) ZIP code 2409 Dialing code 75 Income class 3rd class; rural Website www.mabini-pangasinan.gov.ph Mabini is a third class municipality in the province of Pangasinan, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 24,011 people.[3] The municipality was formerly called Balincaguin.[4]Contents 1 Barangays 2 History 3 Demographics 4 Climate 5 List of municipal heads 6 Image gallery 7 See also 8 References 9 External linksBarangays[edit] Mabini is politically subdivided into 16 barangays.[2] Bacnit Barlo Caabiangaan Cabanaetan Cabinuangan Calzada Caranglaan De Guzman Luna – formerly known as Balayang[5] Magalong Nibaliw Patar Poblacion San Pedro Tagudin Villacorta History[edit] Mabini Public Market The municipality of Mabini used to be a part of the Province of Zambales and was surrounded by mountains, forests, and valleys. It was originally called “Balincaguin” that was derived from the Zambal phrase “Bali Lan Caguin” which means “adobe of bats”. This name referred to the nocturnal mammals (bats) that inhabited the caves found in the hills and mountains between the municipality and Zambales in the west and Tarlac to the south-west. The place may have been founded in 1610 by Spanish missionaries who were Augustinian Recollects, although this is uncertain. In 1800, Balincaquin became a town under Don Isidro Puzon who is believed to be the founder. Some of its population (770 families) were Ilocanos who moved to the municipality due to its agricultural health. The site where these settlers situated near the mountains used to be called “Conventa.” Good quality rice was then consistently produced and marketed to Manila and even to China. Other products such as corn, sugar cane. thanks wikipedia.

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Patrick J. Kerrigan

Patrick J. Kerrigan (1894) Patrick J. Kerrigan (1864 – December 23, 1895) was an American politician from New York. Life[edit] He was born in 1864, in New York City. He attended the public schools. Then he became a house painter, and later worked in the city’s street cleaning department. Kerrigan entered politics as a Democrat. He was a member of the New York State Assembly (New York Co., 19th D.) in 1894.[1] His election was contested by the Republican candidate Edward R. Duffy on the grounds that Kerrigan, at the time of his election, had held a civil office in the City of New York which would render him ineligible to the State legislature. The Assembly Committee on Elections rejected the contest, finding that a section foreman in the street cleaning department is a city employee but not a city officer.[2] In November 1894, he ran for re-election, but was defeated by Republican Welton C. Percy. In November 1895, after re-epportionment, he ran in the 17th District of New York County for the Assembly, and was again elected, but died before his second term began.[3] Kerrigan died suddenly on December 23, 1895, in Savannah, Georgia, of dropsy.[4] References[edit] ^ New York State Legislative Souvenir for 1894 with Portraits of the Members of Both Houses by Henry P. Phelps (pg. 48) ^ A Compilation of Cases of Contested Elections to Seats in the Assembly of the State of New York (1899; pg. 680–685) ^ TAMMANY MAN ELECTED in the New York Times on March 4, 1896 ^ DEATH OF ASSEMBLYMAN KERRIGAN in the New York Times on December 24, 1895 New York Assembly Preceded by Thomas C. O’Sullivan New York State Assembly New York County, 19th District 1894 Succeeded by Welton C. Percy. thanks wikipedia.

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Bazai

Not to be confused with Basai or Bazay.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. (April 2008) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) The Bazai (Urdu: بازئی‎) is a Pashtun tribe settled in Pakistan and Afghanistan. The Bazai Tribe is the sub-cast of Kakar tribe living in the western and southern region of Quetta District, Pishin, Ziarat and Sibi districts of Balochistan. The tribe is mainly settled in the mountainous regions, including the Maslagh, Zarghoon, Takatoo mountains of Quetta. v t e Pashtun tribes Bettani GhiljiAkakhel Alikhel Andar Gulwal Hotak Ibrahimkhel Ibrahimzai KharotiNasher Nasar SulaimankhelAhmadzai Jabbarkhel Tarakai Tokhi Toran SwatiAllaiwalSamkori Barkhani DeshiwalBeror Jadoor Kuchelai Sumlakhel Warozai Khazani Maddakhel Naror Sanakhel TikriwalMalkals Sherkhani OtherDawlatzai LodiKundi LohaniMarwat NiaziJahangirkhel Kharotakhel Malukkhel Rokhrikhel Turkhel Sarwani ShiraniHarifal Miani Sur TokhiGharghashtiBabai Dawi GandapurHafizkhel Ibrahimzai Nattuzai Yaqubzai Jadun KakarBazai Jalalzai Khudiadadzai Mirdadzai Ludin Mandokhel Mashwanis Musakhel Naghar Nasozai PanniBarozai Safi KarlaniAfridiAdamkhel Kalakhel BangashBaizais Banuchi Dawar Dilazak Khattak KhogyaniKharboni Sherzad Wazir MahsudBahlolzai Shamankhel Mangal Muqbil OrakzaiMamozai Zaimukhts Ormur Tirahi Turi Wardak WazirAhmadzai Darweshkhel Utmanzai Zadran Zazi Sarbani DurraniAchakzai Alakozai AlizaiHanbhi Badozai BarakzaiNawabi Barech Ishakzai Kiral Loni Mohammadzai Nurzai Panjpai PopalzaiHabibzai Sadozai Wazirzada Zirak YusufzaiAbakhel Adokhel Akazai Babuzai Balarkhel Chagharzai Degankhel Hassanikhel Hassanzai Kamalzai Madakhel Mahabatkhel MandanrKhadarzai Niamatkhel Ranizai Tahirkheli Tor Ghar Utmankhel OtherBabar GhoryakhelChamkani Khalil Mulagori KasiShinwari Zmaryani Kheshgi MohmandHalimzai Hazarbuz Shilmani MuhammadzaiGhanikhel Sherpao Oryakhel Storyani Tareen TarkaniKakazai Mamund Salarzai Wur UtmanzaiOtherBorzai Chhachi Eidokhel Enayetkhel Ismailkhel Kakakhel Kochi Qedamkhel Sakzai Sheikh MohammadiThis article about ethnicity or ethnology is a stub. You can h. thanks wikipedia.

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São Tomás de Aquino

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. (December 2009) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) São Tomás de Aquino is a Brazilian municipality in the southwest of the state of Minas Gerais. As of 2004 its population is estimated to be about 7,487. It is named after the Christian philosopher Saint Thomas Aquinas. v t eMunicipalities of Minas GeraisCapital: Belo Horizonte   Mesoregion Campo das VertentesBarbacena Alfredo Vasconcelos Antônio Carlos Barbacena Barroso Capela Nova Caranaíba Carandaí Desterro do Melo Ibertioga Ressaquinha Santa Bárbara do Tugúrio Senhora dos RemédiosLavras Carrancas Ijaci Ingaí Itumirim Itutinga Lavras Luminárias Nepomuceno Ribeirão VermelhoSão João del Rei Conceição da Barra de Minas Coronel Xavier Chaves Dores de Campos Lagoa Dourada Madre de Deus de Minas Nazareno Piedade do Rio Grande Prados Resende Costa Ritápolis Santa Cruz de Minas Santana do Garambéu São João del Rei São Tiago Tiradentes  Mesoregion Central MineiraBom Despacho Araújos Bom Despacho Dores do Indaiá Estrela do Indaiá Japaraíba Lagoa da Prata Leandro Ferreira Luz Martinho Campos Moema Quartel Geral Serra da SaudadeCurvelo Augusto de Lima Buenópolis Corinto Curvelo Felixlândia Inimutaba Joaquim Felício Monjolos Morro da Garça Presidente Juscelino Santo HipólitoTrês Marias Abaeté Biquinhas Cedro do Abaeté Morada Nova de Minas Paineiras Pompéu Três Marias   Mesoregion JequitinhonhaAlmenara Almenara Bandeira Divisópolis Felisburgo Jacinto Jequitinhonha Joaíma Jordânia Mata Verde Monte Formoso Palmópolis Rio do Prado Rubim Salto da Divisa Santa Maria do Salto Santo Antônio do JacintoAraçuaí Araçuaí Caraí Coronel Murta Itinga Novo Cruzeiro Padre Paraíso Ponto dos Volantes Virgem da LapaCapelinha Angelândia Aricanduva Berilo Capelinha Carbonita Chapada do Norte Francisco Badaró Itamarandiba Jenipapo de Minas José Gonçalves de Minas Leme do Prado Minas Novas Turmalina VeredinhaDiamantina Couto de Magalhaes de Minas Datas Diamantina Felício dos Santos Gouveia Presidente Kubitschek São Gonçalo do Rio Preto Senador Modestino GonçalvesPedra. thanks wikipedia.

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Cam Dolan

Cam Dolan Full name Cameron Alexander Dolan Date of birth (1990-03-07) March 7, 1990 (age 26) Place of birth Florida, United States Height 198 cm (6 ft 6 in) Weight 115 kg (254 lb; 18 st 2 lb) Rugby union career Playing career Position Number 8, Flanker, Lock Amateur clubs Years Club / team 2009–2013 Life University Professional / senior clubs Years Club / team Caps (points) 2013–2015 2015-present Northampton Saints Cardiff Blues 1 4 (0) (0) correct as of 28 December 2015. National team(s) Years Club / team Caps (points)2013–present United States U20 United States20(15) correct as of 11 October 2015. Cameron Dolan (born March 7, 1990) is an American rugby union player who normally plays at the Number 8 position. He currently plays professionally for the Cardiff Blues, a team in the Pro 12. Dolan is one of few Americans to play rugby outside the United States, at professional level.Contents 1 Early career 2 Club career 3 International career 4 References 5 External linksEarly career[edit] Dolan began playing rugby in high school with the Naples Bears in Florida,[1] before playing college rugby at Life University in Atlanta, Georgia. Dolan played with Life University at the Collegiate Rugby Championship, and was named to the CRC All-Tournament team in 2012 and 2013. At Life University, Dolan was a four-time All-American and won a National Championship in 2013.[2] Club career[edit] Dolan’s performance against the Maori in November 2013 was seen by Jim Mallinder, Head Coach of Northampton Saints, who offered Dolan a professional contract with the Saints.[3] Dolan was brought in as an injury replacement for James Craig. Dolan joined fellow U.S. international Samu Manoa at the club. Dolan did not make any first team appearances for Northampton during the 2013–14 season, however, he made several appearances for the Saint’s sevens team and second side, Wanderers.[4] His strong performances in training earned him a one-year extension with Saints for the 2014–15 Premiership season.[5] Dolan made his professional debut for Northampton Saints on January 31st 2015 in the Anglo Welsh Cup.[6] Following two seasons with Saints, Dolan joined Cardiff Blues for the 2015-16 Pro 12 season.[7] International career[edit] Dolan first appeared on the International scene during 2009, where he was named captain of the United States U20’s team for the 2009 IRB Junior World Rug. thanks wikipedia.

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HMS Saltash (1741)

For other ships with the same name, see HMS Saltash.History Great Britain Name: HMS Saltash Builder: Henry Bird, Deptford Wet Dock Laid down: 1741 Launched: 3 September 1741 Completed: 3 November 1741 at builder’s shipyard Commissioned: 1741 Fate: Burnt off Cadiz on 18 April 1742 General characteristics Class and type: sloop Tons burthen: 220 86⁄94 (bm) Length: 89 ft 0 in (27.1 m) (gundeck) 71 ft 3.625 in (21.7 m) (keel) Beam: 24 ft 1.625 in (7.4 m) Depth of hold: 7 ft 11.5 in (2.4 m) Sail plan: Snow Complement: 90 Armament: 8 × 4-pounder guns; also 12 x ½-pounder swivel guns HMS Saltash was an 8-gun two-masted sloop of the Royal Navy, built on speculation by Henry Bird at Deptford Wet Dock on the Thames River, England. She was purchased while building by the Navy Board at the end of August 1741 to replace the 1732-built sloop of the same name (which was sold on 24 August). The new sloop was launched on 3 September. She was commissioned in 1741 under Commander Peter Toms, and sailed for the Straits of Gibraltar. In 1742 she was under Commander Arthur Upton; she grounded in the Gulf of Cadiz on 16 April 1742 while chasing a Spanish polacca and was burnt by her crew two days later to prevent capture by the Spanish. References[edit]Colledge, J. J.; Warlow, Ben (2006) [1969]. Ships of the Royal Navy: The Complete Record of all Fighting Ships of the Royal Navy (Rev. ed.). London: Chatham Publishing. ISBN 978-1-86176-281-8. OCLC 67375475.  McLaughlan, Ian. The Sloop of War 1650-1763. Seaforth Publishing, 2014. ISBN 978-1-84832-187-8. Rif Winfield (2007). British Warships in the Age of Sail, 1714-1792: Design, Construction, Careers and Fates. Seaforth Publishing. ISBN 978-1-84415-700-6. thanks wikipedia.

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HMS Cordelia (1914)

For other ships with the same name, see HMS Cordelia.HMS Cordelia during World War I.History United Kingdom Name: HMS Cordelia Namesake: Cordelia of Britain Builder: Pembroke Dockyard, Pembroke Dock, Wales Laid down: 21 July 1913 Launched: 23 February 1914 Completed: January 1915 Commissioned: January 1915 Decommissioned: 1919 Recommissioned: January 1920 Decommissioned: December 1922 Fate: Sold for scrap, 31 July 1923 General characteristics (as built) Class and type: C-class light cruiser Displacement: 4,219 long tons (4,287 t) Length: 446 ft (135.9 m) (o/a) Beam: 41 ft 6 in (12.6 m) Draught: 16 ft (4.9 m) (mean) Installed power: 40,000 shp (30,000 kW) 8 × Yarrow boilers Propulsion: 2 × shafts; 2 × steam turbines Speed: 28.5 kn (52.8 km/h; 32.8 mph) Complement: 301 Armament: 2 × single BL 6 in (152 mm) Mk XII guns 8 × single QF 4 in (102 mm) Mk IV guns 1 × single QF six-pounder 2.2 in (57 mm) Hotchkiss anti-aircraft gun 2 × twin 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armour: Waterline belt: 1–3 in (25–76 mm) Deck: 1 in (25 mm) Conning tower: 6 in HMS Cordelia was a C-class light cruiser built for the Royal Navy during World War I. She was one of six ships of the Caroline sub-class and was completed at the beginning of 1915. The ship was assigned to the 1st and 4th Light Cruiser Squadrons (LCS) of the Grand Fleet for the entire war and played a minor role in the Battle of Jutland in mid-1916. Cordelia spent most of her time on uneventful patrols of the North Sea. She spent most of 1919 as a training ship before she was recommissioned for service with the Atlantic Fleet in 1920. The ship was placed in reserve at the end of 1922 and was sold for scrap in mid-1923.Contents 1 Design and description1.1 Wartime modifications 2 Construction and career 3 Notes 4 Citations 5 References 6 External linksDesign and description[edit] The C-class cruisers were intended to escort the fleet and defend it against enemy destroyers attempting to close within torpedo range.[1] Ordered in July–August 1913[2] as part of the 1913–14 Naval Programme,[3] the Carolines were enlarged and improved versions of the preceding Arethusa-class cruisers. The ships were 446 feet (135.9 m) long overall, with a beam of 41 feet 6 inches (12.6 m) and a mean draug. thanks wikipedia.

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Linton, North Dakota

For other uses, see Linton (disambiguation). Linton, North Dakota CityEmmons County Courthouse in Linton – Dedicated, October 6, 1934 on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Emmons County Location of Linton, North Dakota Coordinates: 46°16′6″N 100°13′56″W / 46.26833°N 100.23222°W / 46.26833; -100.23222Coordinates: 46°16′6″N 100°13′56″W / 46.26833°N 100.23222°W / 46.26833; -100.23222 Country United States State North Dakota County Emmons Government  • Mayor Tim Volk Area[1]  • Total 0.75 sq mi (1.94 km2)  • Land 0.75 sq mi (1.94 km2)  • Water 0 sq mi (0 km2) Elevation 1,719 ft (524 m) Population (2010)[2]  • Total 1,097  • Estimate (2015)[3] 1,039  • Density 1,462.7/sq mi (564.8/km2) Time zone Central (CST) (UTC-6)  • Summer (DST) CDT (UTC-5) ZIP code 58552 Area code(s) 701 FIPS code 38-46980 GNIS feature ID 1029917[4] Highways US 83, ND 13 Website http://lintonnd.org/ Linton is a city in and the county seat of Emmons County, North Dakota, United States.[5] The population was 1,097 at the 2010 census.[6] When compared with the other 356 cities in North Dakota, Linton ranks in the top twelve percent based on the number of its residents. The city serves as a governmental, commercial and business hub for Emmons County. A nearby historic site listed on the National Register of Historic Places is Sacred Heart Cemetery, Wrought-Iron Cross Site, in or near Linton.[7]Contents 1 History1.1 Notable persons from Linton 1.2 The creation of Linton 2 Demographics2.1 2010 census 2.2 2000 census 3 Early views of Linton 4 Geography and climate 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] The 4th of July Celebration in Linton, 1907 Parade down Broadway, the year after the community was incorporated as a villageItem from “The City” column of The Bismark Tribune describing the day’s festivities.[8] In August 1898, land located in the geographic center of Emmons County in Section 7 of Township 132 North, Range 76 West, of the Fifth Principal Meridian, was surveyed and platted by W.E. Petrie into lots, streets and alleys[9] explicitly for the purpose of creating a seat for Emmons County. The site was named Linton, after George W. Lynn, who had settled in Emmons County in 1885. He was a farm. thanks wikipedia.

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Adidas Track Classic

The Adidas Track Classic is an American track and field athletics meeting which has taken place annually in Carson, California since 2005. The meeting forms part of the USA Track & Field Visa Championship Series and is also one of the few area meetings where athletes can earn points to qualify for the World Athletics Final.[1] The event has its roots in the Oregon Track Classic, which was sponsored by Adidas until 2005 and was forced to close that year due to lack of funding.[2] Top athletes from the North America, Central America and Caribbean (NACAC) area compete at the event and a number of national and area records have been set at previous editions. The event is usually held in mid-May at The Home Depot Center, part of the Adidas Performance Institute. Athletes who are part of the Adidas track team often feature prominently and World Champions and Olympic medalists often participate in the event.[3][4] The competition is broadcast on television in the United States.Contents 1 Previous editions 2 Meet records2.1 Men’s events 2.2 Women’s events 3 References 4 External linksPrevious editions[edit] After winning the 100 metres at the 2004 edition, Olympic Gold Medalist Maurice Greene walked back to the finish line and took off his shoes as if they were on fire. As part of the planned stunt Allen Johnson rushed onto the track with a real fire extinguisher to put out the shoes,[5] in one of the more famous showboating incidents. At the 2008 Adidas Track Classic Tyson Gay won both the 100 and 200 meters races,[6] while Megan Metcalfe and Ethiopian Ali Abdosh set world leading times in the 3000 and 5000 meters respectively. Shannon Rowbury won the 1500 meters with the fastest time by an American woman in five years and Jeremy Wariner set the 400 meters meeting record.[6] In the 2009 edition Anna Willard ran the fastest 3000 meters steeplechase to have been run in the United States and Hazel Clark set a new track record in the 800 metres. LaShawn Merritt, Jenn Stuczynski, Aheza Kiros and Kerron Clement won their events with world-leading times but Clement’s 400 meter hurdles world leading time was disqualified due to a misplaced hurdle. Second-placed Angelo Taylor struck out at the meet organisers for their mistake, saying he would never compete again at the event.[1] Meet records[edit] Wallace Spearmon is the current 200 meters meet record holder. Olympic gold medalist Jeremy Wariner holds the 400 meters meet record. Me. thanks wikipedia.

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Dobrocinek, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship

For other places with the same name, see Dobrocinek. Dobrocinek VillageDobrocinek Coordinates: 53°56′N 19°50′E / 53.933°N 19.833°E / 53.933; 19.833 CountryPoland Voivodeship Warmian-Masurian County Ostróda Gmina Morąg Dobrocinek [dɔbrɔˈt͡ɕinɛk] (German Neu Bestendorf) is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Morąg, within Ostróda County, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, in northern Poland.[1] It lies approximately 7 kilometres (4 mi) west of Morąg, 28 km (17 mi) north of Ostróda, and 47 km (29 mi) west of the regional capital Olsztyn. References[edit] ^ “Central Statistical Office (GUS) – TERYT (National Register of Territorial Land Apportionment Journal)” (in Polish). 2008-06-01. v t e Gmina Morąg Town and seatMorągVillagesAnin Antoniewo Bartężek Białka Bogaczewo Borzymowo Bożęcin Bramka Chojnik Dobrocinek Dury Dworek Gubity Gulbity Jędrychówko Jurecki Młyn Jurki Kadzianka Kamionka Kępa Kalnicka Kretowiny Królewo Kruszewnia Kudypy Łączno Lubin Lusajny Małe Maliniak Markowo Morzewko Niebrzydowo Małe Niebrzydowo Wielkie Nowy Dwór Obuchowo Piłąg Plebania Wólka Prętki Prośno Raj Rogowo Rolnowo Ruś Silin Słonecznik Stabuniki Strużyna Szczuplinki Szymanowo Tątławki Wenecja Wilnowo Wola Kudypska Worytki Woryty Morąskie Żabi Róg Zawroty Zbożne Złotna Zwierzyniec Coordinates: 53°56′N 19°50′E / 53.933°N 19.833°E / 53.933; 19.833This Ostróda County location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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