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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In a Different Voice

In a Different Voice

Author
Carol Gilligan

Country
United States

Language
English

Subject
Gender

Publication date

1982

Media type
Print (hardcover and paperback)

Pages
184

ISBN
0-674-44544-9

In a Different Voice: Psychological Theory and Women’s Development is a book on gender studies by American professor Carol Gilligan, published in 1982, which Harvard University Press in March 2012 called “the little book that started a revolution”.[1]
In the book, Gilligan criticized Kohlberg’s stages of moral development of children. Kohlberg had argued that girls on average reached a lower level of moral development than boys did. Gilligan noted that the participants in Kohlberg’s basic study were largely male. She also stated that the scoring method Kohlberg used tended to favor a principled way of reasoning (one more common to boys) over a moral argumentation concentrating on relations, which would be more amenable to girls.[1] This analysis by Gilligan about Kohlberg theory was later challenged, although the critique about Kohlberg’s model not representing the full scope of the moral domain remains valid.[2]

Contents

1 Theory

1.1 Gender Differences
1.2 Images of Self
1.3 The Masculine Ascent Up the Steps of Justice
1.4 Not All People Are Men
1.5 For Whom Do You Care?

1.5.1 Preconventional
1.5.2 Conventional
1.5.3 Postconventional

2 Controversy
3 External links
4 References

Theory[edit]
A different voice is a communication theory derived from the book, In a Different Voice by Carol Gilligan. Gilligan’s theory of ‘moral development [claims] that women tend to think and speak in a different way than men when they confront ethical dilemmas.[3]’ This theory also suggests the feminine ethic of care and the masculine ethic of justice.
Gender Differences[edit]
Unlike the work which led her to her own studies, Gilligan’s In a Different Voice purports to takes account of both men and women. She strives to emphasize that women, like men, are capable of thinking and acting in a manner associated with justice, and women with elements more associated with the value of care.
Images of Self[edit]
When Gilligan asked women, “How would you describe yourself?” she found that women define who they are by describing relationships. Men defined themselves by separation, or the use of “I” statements. She also found that men think in more violent terms than women. Gilligan compares these results to childhood fairytales. Where men fantasize about s
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Canterbury College

Canterbury College can mean any one of a number of educational institutions:

Canterbury College, Oxford, a former college of the University of Oxford
University of Canterbury, formerly known as Canterbury College, in New Zealand
Canterbury College (Indiana), college founded 1876 in United States
Canterbury College, Kent, a further education institution in England
Canterbury College of Art, merged into the Kent Institute of Art & Design (now also defunct)
Canterbury College (Waterford), an independent co-educational P-12 college in Queensland, Australia
Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College, Canterbury, Victoria, Australia
Canterbury College (Windsor, Ontario), affiliated with the University of Windsor in Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Canterbury University (Seychelles) an unaccredited institution registered in Seychelles

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Astreated

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San José Estancia Grande

San José Estancia Grande

Municipality and town

San José Estancia Grande

Location in Mexico

Coordinates: 16°22′N 98°15′W / 16.367°N 98.250°W / 16.367; -98.250Coordinates: 16°22′N 98°15′W / 16.367°N 98.250°W / 16.367; -98.250

Country
 Mexico

State
Oaxaca

Area

 • Total
103.3 km2 (39.9 sq mi)

Population (2005)

 • Total
955

Time zone
Central Standard Time (UTC-6)

 • Summer (DST)
Central Daylight Time (UTC-5)

San José Estancia Grande is a town and municipality in Oaxaca in south-western Mexico. The municipality covers an area of 103.3 km². It is located in the Jamiltepec District in the west of the Costa Region.
As of 2005, the municipality had a total population of 955.[1]
References[edit]

^ “San José Estancia Grande”. Enciclopedia de los Municipios de México. Instituto Nacional para el Federalismo y el Desarrollo Municipal. Retrieved June 12, 2009. 

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Mártires de Tacubaya
Pinotepa de Don Luis
Pinotepa Nacional
San Agustín Chayuco
San Andrés Huaxpaltepec
San Antonio Tepetlapa
San José Estancia Grande
San Juan Bautista lo de Soto
San Juan Cacahuatepec
San Juan Colorado
San Lorenzo, Oaxaca
San Miguel Tlacamama
San Pedro Atoyac
San Pedro Jicayán
San Sebastián Ixcapa
Santa Catarina Mechoacán
Santa María Cortijo
Santa María Huazolotitlán
Santiago Ixtayutla
Santiago Jamiltepec
Santiago Llano Grande
Santiago Tapextla
Santiago Tetepec
Santo Domingo Armenta

See also Municipalities of Oaxaca

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Mallee Football League (Victoria)

Mallee Football Netball League

General Information

Duration
1997-2015

Final Season Clubs
Beulah-Hopetoun
Ouyen United
Sea Lake-Nandaly
Walpeup-Underbool
Woomelang-Lascelles

2015 Season

Premiers
Sea Lake Nandaly Tigers

Minor Premiers
Sea Lake Nandaly Tigers
(14 wins, 2 losses)

Wooden Spoon
Walpeup-Underbool
(3 win, 13 losses)

The Mallee Football Netball League (MFNL) was an Australian rules football and netball competition finishing in 2015 with just five clubs based in the Mallee region of northwestern Victoria, Australia. The league featured three grades in the Australian rules football competition, being First-Grade, Reserve-Grade and Under 16s. It is not to be confused with the identically named Mallee Football League (South Australia).

Contents

1 History
2 Clubs

2.1 Clubs

3 Premierships
4 Leading Goal Kickers
5 2008 Ladder
6 2009 Ladder
7 2010 Ladder
8 2011 Ladder
9 2012 Ladder
10 2013 Ladder
11 External links

History[edit]
The Mallee Football League was formed in 1997 from the merger of the Northern Mallee Football League and Southern Mallee Football League. The Northern Mallee Football League had been reduced to four clubs after Ouyen Rovers and Tempy-Gorya-Patchewollock merged to form Ouyen United. The Mallee Football League was disbanded at the end of the 2015 season due to insufficient member clubs.
Clubs[edit]
Clubs[edit]

Club
Years in Competition
MFL Premierships
Moved to

Berri-Culgoa
1997-2002
1
Merged with Sea Lake-Nandaly

Beulah*
1997-2014
6
Merged with Hopetoun

Brim**
1997-2001
0
Wimmera Football League

Hopetoun*
1997-2014
0
Merged with Beulah

Jeparit-Rainbow
1997-2014
1
Horsham & District Football League

Manangatang***
1997-2003
1
Central Murray Football League

Nullawil
1997
0
Golden Rivers Football League

Ouyen United****
1997-2015
2
Sunraysia Football League

Sea Lake-Nandaly
1997-2002
0
Merged with Berri-Culgoa

Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers
2003-2015
3
North Central Football League

Southern Mallee Giants
2015
0
Horsham & District Football League

Walpeup-Underbool****
1997-2015
4
Sunraysia Football League

Woomelang-Lascelles
1997-2015
1
Disbanded

Yaapeet
1997-1999
0
Disbanded

(*) Beulah merged with Hopetoun to form Southern Mallee Giants (**) Brim merged with Warracknabeal to form Warrack Eagles (***) Manangatang merged with Tooleybuc to form Tooleybuc-Manangatang (****) Walpeup-Underbool merged with Ouyen United and decided to keep the Ouyen United name but wear Walpeup-Underboo

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Cape Povorotny

Cape Povorotny, Primorsky Krai.

Cape Povorotny (Russian: Мыс Поворотный, 42°40′38″N 133°2′33″E / 42.67722°N 133.04250°E / 42.67722; 133.04250) is a cape on the Sea of Japan in Primorsky Krai, the Russian Far East.
There is a lighthouse on Cape Povorotny which is administrated from Nakhodka.
Temperature of sea water westerly and easterly from a cape differs in 3-6 °C.
See also[edit]

Pacific Coast of Russia

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Administrative center: Vladivostok

Cities and towns

Arsenyev
Artyom
Bolshoy Kamen
Dalnegorsk
Dalnerechensk
Fokino
Lesozavodsk
Nakhodka
Partizansk
Spassk-Dalny
Ussuriysk
Vladivostok

Urban-type settlements

Dunay
Gornorechensky
Gorny
Gornye Klyuchi
Kavalerovo
Khasan
Khrustalny
Kirovsky
Kraskino
Lipovtsy
Luchegorsk
Novoshakhtinsky
Olga
Plastun
Pogranichny
Posyet
Preobrazheniye
Primorsky
Putyatin
Shkotovo
Sibirtsevo
Slavyanka
Smolyaninovo
Svetlaya
Terney
Vostok
Yaroslavsky
Zarubino

Districts

Anuchinsky
Chernigovsky
Chuguyevsky
Dalnerechensky
Kavalerovsky
Khankaysky
Khasansky
Khorolsky
Kirovsky
Krasnoarmeysky
Lazovsky
Mikhaylovsky
Nadezhdinsky
Oktyabrsky
Olginsky
Partizansky
Pogranichny
Pozharsky
Shkotovsky
Spassky
Terneysky
Yakovlevsky

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Topics

Cities and towns
Far Eastern Federal District
Far Eastern economic region
Far Eastern Republic
Indigenous peoples of Siberia
Eastern Military District

Federal subjects

Amur Oblast
Jewish Autonomous Oblast
Kamchatka Krai
Magadan Oblast
Primorsky Krai
Sakha Republic
Sakhalin Oblast
Khabarovsk Krai
Chukotka Autonomous Okrug

Largest cities

Vladivostok
Khabarovsk
Komsomolsk-on-Amur
Blagoveshchensk
Yakutsk
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk
Nakhodka
Ussuriysk
Magadan
Birobidzhan

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Coleco Gemini

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Coleco Gemini

The Coleco Gemini

Manufacturer
Coleco

Type
Video game console

Generation
Second generation

Media
ROM cartridge

CPU
MOS 6507 @ 1.19 MHz

Memory
RAM: 128 bytes

Display
160×200, 128 Colors [1]

Controller input
Combination joystick/paddle controller

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Atari 2600

The Coleco Gemini is an Atari 2600 clone manufactured by Coleco in 1982.[2][3]

Contents

1 Technical specifications
2 History
3 Gemini vs. 2600
4 References
5 External links

Technical specifications[edit]

Processor: 8-bit 6507
CPU speed: 1.19 MHz
RAM: 128 bytes
Resolution: 160×200, 128 Colors [1]

History[edit]
In 1982, Coleco released Expansion Module #1 for its ColecoVision video game system using off-the-shelf components, that enabled the ColecoVision to be compatible with the Atari 2600. Later that year, Atari, Inc. sued Coleco for patent infringement,[4] and the companies wound up settling out of court with Coleco becoming a licensee of Atari’s patents.[5][6]
Gemini vs. 2600[edit]
The main difference between the Coleco Gemini and the Atari 2600 is the controller design. The Coleco Gemini controllers (dubbed the ‘Dual Command’) featured an 8-way joystick and a 270-degree paddle on the same controller (the joystick was at the top of the controller, and the paddle was at the bottom of the controller). To play paddle games on the 2600, a Y-connector could be used to connect a joystick and paddles to the controller jack at the same time, rather than physically swapping controllers.[7]
The Gemini was much more compact than the large faux-woodgrain consoles sold by Atari at the time. The Gemini also had a different game included with the system. Atari was still including the Combat game released in 1977. The Gemini most commonly included Donkey Kong, but at some point also included Carnival, Mouse Trap and Front Line. Sears also offered a version of the Gemini with both Donkey Kong and Mouse Trap included as separate cartridges.
Coleco struck a deal with Columbia House to start a video game club similar to its record club. Columbia sold the Coleco Gemini as the Columbia Home Arcade through the Columbia House Video Game Club. In Canada, CBS Electronics sold the Gemini under the Columbia Home
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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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Ndungu

Ndungu, or Ndung’u, is a surname of Kenyan origin that may refer to:

Njoki Susanna Ndung’u (born 1965), Kenyan lawyer and associate justice of the Supreme Court of Kenya
Njuguna Ndung’u (born 1960), Kenyan economist and Governor of the Central Bank of Kenya
Samuel Ndungu (born 1988), Kenyan long-distance runner based in Japan
Thumbi Ndung’u, Kenyan medic and AIDS researcher

See also[edit]

Ndungu Land Commission, public investigation into land use in Kenya

This page or section lists people with the surname Ndungu. If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person’s given name(s) to the link.

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