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Sleeper (comics)

For the Marvel Comics character, see Sleeper (Marvel Comics).

Sleeper

Sleeper, Volume 1 #1

Publication information

Publisher
Wildstorm (imprint of DC Comics

Schedule
Monthly

Format
Two limited series, one-shot

Genre
Crime, spy, superhero, neo-noir

Publication date
March 2003 – March 2004
April 2004
June 2004 – May 2005

Number of issues
Sleeper #1-12
Coup D’Etat: Sleeper
Sleeper: Season Two #1-12

Main character(s)
Holden Carver
John Lynch
Tao
Miss Misery

Creative team

Writer(s)
Ed Brubaker

Penciller(s)
Sean Phillips (main series)
Jim Lee (Coup D’Etat: Sleeper)

Colorist(s)
Tony Avina
Randy Mayor
Alex Sinclair
Carrie Strachan
James Sinclair

Collected editions

Out in the Cold
ISBN 1-4012-0115-6

All False Moves
ISBN 1401202888

A Crooked Line
ISBN 1401206182

The Long Way Home
ISBN 1401206271

Sleeper: Season One
ISBN 1401223605

Sleeper Season Two
ISBN 1401224938

Sleeper was a comic book series written by Ed Brubaker with art by Sean Phillips, published by DC Comics under their Wildstorm imprint. The series consisted of two twelve-issue limited series and the events of the first “season” served as a catalyst for the Coup D’Etat line-wide crossover.
Sleeper was set in the Wildstorm Universe and concerned the travails of Holden Carver, a covert operative who has been placed undercover in a villainous organisation led by TAO, a WildC.A.T.s villain from Alan Moore’s run. It was a spin-off of Point Blank, a mini-series about Grifter from Wildcats and John Lynch from Gen¹³ that was also written by Ed Brubaker.

Contents

1 Plot
2 Collected editions
3 Film
4 Notes
5 References

Plot[edit]
Holden Carver, also known as The Conductor (although he prefers going by his real name), is placed undercover in Tao’s criminal organization by John Lynch, the director of International Operations after being fused with an alien artifact that makes him impervious to pain, gives him a powerful healing factor, and allows him to store pain he receives and pass it on to others through skin contact. Holden hates these abilities and constantly wishes to be rid of them. Lynch falls into a coma after being shot by Grifter, leaving Holden with no link to the outside world.
He quickly rises through the ranks of Tao’s syndicate and becomes one of his lieutenants, called “Prodigals”. He falls in love with another Prodigal named Miss Misery and befriends Genocide Jones, a super-strong, bullet-proof member of Tao’s organization. The series also foc

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John Bergh

John Bergh

Catcher

Born: (1857-10-08)October 8, 1857
Boston, Massachusetts

Died: April 17, 1883(1883-04-17) (aged 25)
Boston, Massachusetts

Batted: Unknown
Threw: Unknown

MLB debut

August 5, 1876, for the Philadelphia Athletics

Last MLB appearance

June 9, 1876, for the Boston Red Caps

MLB statistics

Batting average
.182

Hits
8

At bats
44

Teams

Philadelphia Athletics (1876)
Boston Red Caps (1880)

John Baptist Bergh (October 8, 1857 – April 17, 1883) was an American professional baseball player from Boston, Massachusetts.[1] He played one game in the outfield for the 1876 Philadelphia Athletics and 11 games as a catcher for the 1880 Boston Red Caps.[1] He died in his hometown of Boston at the age of 25 of consumption, and is interred at Holyhood Cemetery in Brookline, Massachusetts.[1][2]
References[edit]

^ a b c “John Bergh”. retrosheet.org. Retrosheet, Inc. Retrieved 8 October 2010. 
^ “Too Young To Die”. thedeadballera.com. TheDeadBallEra. Retrieved 8 October 2010. 

External links[edit]

Baseball Reference.com page

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Secunderabad Yesvantpur Garib Rath Express

Secunderabad Yesvantpur Garib Rath Express

Overview

Service type
Superfast, Garib Rath Express

First service
4 February 2008 [1]

Current operator(s)
South Central Railways

Route

Start
Secunderabad Junction

Stops
9

End
Yesvantpur Junction

Distance travelled
688 km (428 mi)

Service frequency
3 days a week. 12735 Secunderabad Yesvantpur Garib Rath Express – Tuesday, Thursday & Sunday. 12736 Yesvantpur Secunderabad Garib Rath Express – Monday, Wednesday & Friday.

On-board services

Class(es)
AC 3 tier

Seating arrangements
No

Sleeping arrangements
Yes

Auto-rack arrangements
No

Catering facilities
No [2]

Baggage facilities
Storage space under berth

Technical

Rolling stock
Standard Indian Railway Garib Rath Coaches

Track gauge
1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in)

Operating speed
130 km/h (81 mph) maximum
,53.44 km/h (33 mph), including halts

The 12735 / 36 Secunderabad Yesvantpur Garib Rath Express is a Superfast express train of the Garib Rath series belonging to Indian Railways – South Central Railway zone that runs between Secunderabad Junction and Yesvantpur Junction in India.
It operates as train number 12735 from Secunderabad Junction to Yesvantpur Junction and as train number 12736 in the reverse direction serving the states of Telangana, Karnataka & Andhra Pradesh.
It is part of the Garib Rath Express series launched by the former railway minister of India, Mr. Laloo Prasad Yadav [3].

Contents

1 Coaches
2 Service
3 Routeing
4 Traction
5 Operation
6 References
7 External links

Coaches[edit]
The 12735 / 36 Secunderabad Yesvantpur Garib Rath Express has 14 AC 3 tier & 2 End on Generator Coaches [4]. It does not carry a Pantry car coach [5].
As is customary with most train services in India, Coach Composition may be amended at the discretion of Indian Railways depending on demand.
Service[edit]
The 12735 Secunderabad Yesvantpur Garib Rath Express covers the distance of 688 km (428 mi) in 13 hours 25 mins (51.34 km/hr) & in 12 hours 45 mins as 12736 Yesvantpur Secunderabad Garib Rath Express (54 km/hr).
Its fare includes a Superfast surcharge.
Routeing[edit]
The 12735 / 36 Secunderabad Yesvantpur Garib Rath Express runs from Secunderabad Junction via Chittapur, Guntakal Junction, Dharmavaram Junction, Hindupur to Yesvantpur Junction.
Traction[edit]
As the route is yet to be fully electrified, a Guntakal or Krishnarajapuram [6] based
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Old Age Pension Order

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The Old Age Pension Order is the close cousin of the postal order that was issued between 1909 and 2005 in the United Kingdom. They were also issued in the Isle of Man and Northern Ireland, but information about these issues are missing and/or undocumented.
The old age pension orders were issued in books to those who were receiving the old age pension. It is entirely possible that other types of pension orders were issued to those receiving other pensions.
British Old Age Pension Orders were overprinted for issue in the Isle of Man. It is not yet known when the Manx issues began or ended, because information about them is limited.
Overprints on Postal Orders[edit]
In a British “Post Office Circular” of 24 October 1916 an announcement was made about a temporary issue:
OLD AGE PENSIONS Additional Allowances Payment of arrears of additional allowances will be made by means of Postal Orders overprinted or stamped “Old Age Pensions, Additional Allowance.” The orders used will be of the following values:-6d., 1s., 2s., 2s.6d., 3s., 4s., 5s., 7s.6d., 10s., 12s.6d. and £1, and they will be issued by Supervisors of Customs and Excise, who will initial (or sign) the orders and insert (by means of a stamp or in writing) the date of issue in the space provided for “Issuing Office Stamp.” The word “Supervisor” will replace the word “Postmaster.” The payment of these orders will be subject to the rules governing the payment of ordinary Postal Orders. After payment they should be claimed on the Postal Order docket and forwarded to the Metropolitan Office of Account with the other Paid Orders.
To date (2010) no surviving examples of these have been recorded.
See Postal Order News #96, April 2010, p. 5, issued by the Postal Order Society
Collectability of the Old Age Pension Orders[edit]
Extant old age pension orders are actually quite scarce, but very few notaphilists are collecting them for this very reason, and they have never been catalogued.
External links[edit]

http://www.gbos.org.uk/index.php/Overprint_Postal_Orders

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Żarnowiec Elektrownia Jądrowa railway station

Żarnowiec Elektrownia Jądrowa

Location
Kartoszyno, 
Poland

Owned by
Polskie Koleje Państwowe S.A.

Platforms
1

Construction

Structure type
Never existed

Services

Preceding station
 
Railway lines of Poland
 
Following station

Żarnowiec El. Wod.
 
Line
 
None

Żarnowiec Elektrownia Jądrowa is a non-operational PKP railway station intended to serve the never-completed Żarnowiec Nuclear Power Plant. It lies at one end of a dismantled branch line from Rybno Kaszubskie. It is situated in Kartoszyno near Żarnowiec (Pomeranian Voivodeship), Poland.
Lines crossing the station[edit]

Start station
End station
Line type

Rybno Kaszubskie
Żarnowiec Elektrownia Jądrowa
Closed

References[edit]

Żarnowiec Elektrownia Jądrowa article at Polish Stations Database, URL accessed at 19 March 2006

Coordinates: 54°44′24″N 18°05′57″E / 54.74000°N 18.09917°E / 54.74000; 18.09917

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Bartolomeo Beccari

Jacopo Bartolomeo Beccari

Born
(1682-07-25)25 July 1682
Bologna, Papal States

Died
18 January 1766(1766-01-18) (aged 83)
Bologna, Papal States

Nationality
Bolognese

Occupation
Chemist

Known for
Discovery of gluten in wheat flour

Jacopo Bartolomeo Beccari (25 July 1682 – 18 January 1766) was an Italian chemist, one of the leading scientists in Bologna in the first half of the eighteenth century. He is mainly known as the discoverer of the gluten in wheat flour.
Life[edit]
Jacopo Bartolomeo Beccari was born in Bologna on 25 July 1682. In 1737 he was the first to give courses in chemistry at an Italian university. He carried out important research on the phosphorescence of bodies, and studied the measurement of the intensity of the light emitted[1] (De rebus aliisque adamant in phosphorum numerum referendis, 1745). He also studied the action of light on silver salts (De vi, quam ipsa per se lux habet, non colores modo, sed etiam texturam rerum, salvis interdum coloribus, immutandi, 1757). From his comments on foraminifera he is considered as one of the pioneers of microbiology.
Working at the Academy of Sciences of Bologna Institute, Beccari looked for ways to make populations resistant to famine through a new type of emergency diet.[2]
Beccari died in Bologna on 18 January 1766.
References[edit]
Citations

^ Beccari, Bartolomeo (1744). De quamplurimis phosphoris nunc primum detectis commentarius. Bologna, Italy: Ex typographia Laelii a Vulpe. 
^ Storia Accademia delle Scienze dell’istituto.

Sources

“Storia Accademia delle Scienze dell’istituto di Bologna”. Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali. Retrieved 2013-01-15. 

Authority control

WorldCat Identities
VIAF: 34724361
LCCN: n2007184156
ISNI: 0000 0001 1385 349X
GND: 117579483
SUDOC: 176781390
BNF: cb148529948 (data)
ICCU: IT\ICCU\SBLV\042577

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The Dreamer (1970 film)

The Dreamer

Directed by
Dan Wolman

Produced by
Ami Artzi
Christopher C. Dewey
Dennis Friedland

Written by
Dan Wolman

Starring
Tuvia Tavi

Music by
Gershon Kingsley

Cinematography
Paul Glickman

Edited by
Barry H. Prince

Release date

1970

Running time

85 minutes

Country
Israel

Language
Hebrew

The Dreamer (Hebrew: Ha-Timhoni‎‎) is a 1970 Israeli drama film directed by Dan Wolman. It was entered into the 1970 Cannes Film Festival.[1]
Cast[edit]

Tuvia Tavi – Eli
Liora Rivlin – Girl
Berta Litwina – Old Woman Rachel
Shlomo Bar-Shavit – Manager of Home
Dvora Kedar – Mother (as Devora Halter-Keidar)
Natan Cogan – Father
Yisrael Segal – Waiter
Nathan Wolfovich – Mushkin (as Nathan W. Volfovitz)
Bila Rabinovitz – Litvinna

References[edit]

^ “Festival de Cannes: The Dreamer”. festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 2009-04-11. 

External links[edit]

The Dreamer at the Internet Movie Database

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Pseudotsuga sinensis

Pseudotsuga sinensis

Conservation status

Vulnerable (IUCN 2.3)[1]

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Plantae

Division:
Pinophyta

Class:
Pinopsida

Order:
Pinales

Family:
Pinaceae

Genus:
Pseudotsuga

Species:
P. sinensis

Binomial name

Pseudotsuga sinensis
Dode

Pseudotsuga sinensis (Chinese Douglas-fir; in Chinese 黃杉, pinyin romanization: húang shān) is a species of conifer in the Pinaceae family. It is a tree up to 50 metres tall.[2] It is found in China (in Anhui, Fujian, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hubei, Hunan, Jiangxi, Shaanxi, Sichuan, Yunnan, and Zhejiang provinces) and Taiwan[1] as well as in northernmost parts of Vietnam.[3]
The timber is used for construction, bridge building, furniture, and wood fiber.[2][4]
Pseudotsuga sinensis var. wilsoniana, Taiwan Douglas-fir, is sometimes treated as its own species, Pseudotsuga wilsoniana. This variety is geographically isolated (being restricted to Taiwan) but is not markedly distinct morphologically from var. sinensis of China.[4]
References[edit]

^ a b Conifer Specialist Group (1998). “Pseudotsuga sinensis”. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2011.2. International Union for Conservation of Nature. Retrieved 11 February 2012. 
^ a b “Pseudotsuga sinensis at Gymnosperm Database”. The Gymnosperm Database. 
^ Luu, Nguyen Duc To; Thomas Ian, Philip (2004). Cay La Kim Vietnam / Conifers of Vietnam. Darwin Initiative. pp. 50–52. ISBN 1-872291-64-3. 
^ a b Liguo Fu; Nan Li; Thomas S. Elias & Robert R. Mill. “Pseudotsuga sinensis”. Flora of China. Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, MO & Harvard University Herbaria, Cambridge, MA. Retrieved 8 September 2012. 

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Januária Airport

Januária Airport
Aeroporto de Januária

IATA: JNA
ICAO: SNJN

Summary

Airport type
Public

Serves
Januária

Elevation AMSL
480 m / 1,575 ft

Coordinates
15°28′29″S 044°23′11″W / 15.47472°S 44.38639°W / -15.47472; -44.38639Coordinates: 15°28′29″S 044°23′11″W / 15.47472°S 44.38639°W / -15.47472; -44.38639

Map

JNA

Location in Brazil

Runways

Direction
Length
Surface

m
ft

08/26
1,200
3,937
Asphalt

Sources: World Aero Data,[1] ANAC[2]

Januária Airport (IATA: JNA, ICAO: SNJN) is the airport serving Januária, Brazil.

Contents

1 History
2 Airlines and destinations
3 Access
4 See also
5 References
6 External links

History[edit]
The airport is dedicated to general aviation.
Airlines and destinations[edit]
No scheduled flights operate at this airport.
Access[edit]
The airport is located 5 km (3 mi) northwest from downtown Januária.
See also[edit]

Aviation portal
Brazil portal

List of airports in Brazil

References[edit]

^ “Januária Airport Information”. World Aero Data. 
^ “Lista de aeródromos públicos” (in Portuguese). ANAC. 

External links[edit]

Airport information for SNJN at World Aero Data. Data current as of October 2006.Source: DAFIF.
Airport information for SNJN at Great Circle Mapper. Source: DAFIF (effective October 2006).
Current weather for SNJN at NOAA/NWS
Accident history for JNA at Aviation Safety Network

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