Roularta Media Group

Roularta Media Group

Industry
Media

Founded
1954; 63 years ago (1954)

Headquarters
Roeselare, Belgium

Key people

Willy De Nolf (founder)
Rik de Nolf (CEO)

Products
L’Express
Knack

Parent
Koinon NV

Website
Roulerta Media Group

Roularta Media Group is a publishing and broadcasting company based in Roeselare, Belgium.
History and profile[edit]

Roeselare-Roularta

Roularta Media Group is a publishing company from Belgium.[1] The company was established by lawyer Willy De Nolf[1] in 1954,[2][3] and is a subsidiary of Koinon NV.[4] The group operates in the France, Netherlands, and Portugal in addition to its native Belgium.[2][5] The chief executive officer of the company is Rik de Nolf,[4] who succeeded his father, Willy De Nolf, in the post in 1981.[1]
In the early years the group published and distributed free newspapers in the Dutch-speaking regions of Belgium.[1][3] The first publication of the company was a weekly magazine, De Weekbode.[3]
The group has two main segments: Print media and audiovisual media.[2] The print media segment consists of free newspapers such as De Streekkrant, De Zondag and Steps published in Belgium[6] and magazines.
Roularta Media Group has both Dutch language and French language magazines in Belgium.[7][8] The group was top magazine publishing company in Belgium in 2008 with total revenue of 101,062,000 €.[9] The same year it owned 24.2% of the French language magazines and 10.6% of the Dutch language magazines in the country.[7]
The group is the sole owner of news magazines published in the country and has a monopoly in this sector.[10] News magazines Knack and Le Vif/L’Express are owned by it.[6][11] The Belgian business magazine Trends is also part of the company.[8][12]
In addition, the group is the owner of some French magazines most of which it acquired in 2006.[13] These include L’Express,[14] L’Expansion, L’Etudiant and Point de Vue.[4] At the beginning of 2015 the group sold some of its French titles, namely L’Express, L’Expansion, Mieux Vivre Votre Argent, Lire, Classica, Pianiste and Studio Cine Live, to French businessman Patrick Drahi.[13] The group also owned the Norwegian magazine Vi over 60 from 1999 to June 2008.[15][16]
The other segment includes co-ownership of VMMA[17] which includes TV and radio activities (Q-music, 4FM) and of the Regionale Media Maatschappij which owns two local TV channels, Focus TV and WTV.[6] Kanaal Z/Canal Z which is a Belgian news and business chan

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The October Trio

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The October Trio is a Canadian Jazz Trio from Vancouver consisting of Josh Cole (bass), Dan Gaucher (drums), and Evan Arntzen (saxophone). Formed in 2004, the three met as students at Capilano College while studying jazz. Their influences are cited as being diverse, ranging from Vespertine-era Björk to the Wayne Shorter Quartet to local talents.[1] In March 2005, they became the regular performers at the Rime, a new music hub located in East Vancouver. There, they recorded their first live album, Live at Rime in 2005. The trio released their studio album, Day In, in 2006 and in the same year, earned the title Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s Galaxie Rising Star Award for best new group at the Vancouver International Jazz Festival.[2] The album was also nominated for a 2007 Western Canadian Music award for Jazz Album of the year.[3] After the album, the trio began collaborating with jazz trumpeter Brad Turner in 2007 and released the album Looks Like It’s Going to Snow in 2009.[4] Turner, had previously produced Day In and is also the producer for the new record. The album is noted for its lyricism and rich arrangements. One review notes that “it easily and off-handedly incorporates funk and rock elements without becoming a collection that is dominated by a backbeat aesthetic.”[5] The band is also noted for its rhythmic complexity, as songwriter Cole enjoys the frequent play with irregular time signatures and unusual phrase lengths.[6] The trio has also opened for Dave Holland and the Monterey Quartet.[7]
The band has performed at the Vancouver International Jazz Festival, the National Jazz Awards in Toronto, the Montreal Jazz Festival, the Seattle Earshot Jazz Festival, the Portland Jazz Festival, the Calgary Jazz Festival, and the Edmonton Jazz Festival. They have also toured eastern Canada and the United States in June 2010 to promote their latest recording.[8]
Discography[edit]

Live at rime (2005)
Day In (CellarLive/2006) 2007 Western Canadian Music Award Nominee
Looks Like Its Going To Snow (Songlines/2009) 2009 Western Canadian Music Award Nominee
New Dream (Songlines) 2012

References[edit]

Citations

^ “The October Trio: Looks Like It’s Going to Snow”. Jazz Loft. Retrieved 2010-11-08. 
^ “The October Trio To Tour Throughout Eastern Canada and the US”. Jazz
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Distino di Belita

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Distino di Belita

Studio album by Cesária Évora

Released
1990

Genre
Morna / coladeira

Length
42:01

Label
Lusafrica

Cesária Évora chronology

La Diva Aux Pieds Nus
(1988)
Distino di Belita
(1990)
Mar Azul
(1991)

Alternative cover

1998 reissue cover

Distino di Belita (also known as Nova Sintra) is an album by Cesária Évora. It was co-produced by the Parisian label Mélodie.
Track listing[edit]

“Bitina”
“Nova Sintra”
“Emigranti”
“Tanha”
“Salamansa”
“Odji Maguado”
“T’imbutchode”
“Distino Di Belita”
“Nova Sintra”
“Pontero”

External links[edit]

Nova Sintra at AllMusic
“iTunes – Music – Distino di Belita”. iTunes. retrieved 23 October 2014.

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Cesária Évora

Studio albums

Mornas de Cabo Verde & Oriondino
Cesaria
La Diva aux Pieds Nus
Distino di Belita
Mar Azul
Miss Perfumado
Cesária
Cabo Verde
Café Atlantico
São Vicente di Longe
Voz d’Amor
Rogamar
Nha Sentimento
Cesaria Evora & …

Posthumous albums

Mâe carinhosa

Compilation albums

Sodade – Les Plus Belles Mornas de Cesária
Best of
Les Essentiels
Anthologie – Mornas & Coladeras
Anthology
Radio Mindelo
Cape Verde, terra d’amore editions (Vol. 1
Vol. 2
Vol. 3
Vol. 4
_in Jazz – Vol. 5)
Greatest Hits
La Collection

Live albums

Club Sodade
Live à l’Olympia
Colours of the World
Live in Paris
Live d’Amor: Cesaria Evora in Concert

Singles

“Cabo Verde”
“Mar Azul”
“Sodade”
“Nha Cancera Ka Tem Medida”
“Apocalipse”
“Cabo Verde Manda Mantenha”
“Carnaval de São Vicente”
“Nutridinha”
“Tiempo y Silencio”
“Yamore”
“Mar de Canal”
“Àfrica Nossa”
“Crepuscolare Solitudine (Crepuscular Solidão)”
“Ligereza”

Named after

Cesária Évora Airport

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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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Tri-Valley Conference (Michigan)

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The Tri-Valley Conference is a school sports league within the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA), located in the Saginaw, Flint, and Midland, areas of Michigan.[1]
Current members[edit]
The Tri-Valley Conference includes:[1]

Alma High School
Birch Run High School
Bridgeport High School
Caro High School
Carrollton High School
Chesaning High School
Garber High School
Frankenmuth High School
Freeland High School
Hemlock High School
Ithaca High School
Bullock Creek High School
Millington High School
North Branch High School
LakeVille Memorial High School
Ovid-Elsie High School
Michigan Lutheran Seminary
Swan Valley High School
Valley Lutheran High School
Shepherd High School
St. Charles High School
St. Louis High School

Note: Breckenridge and Merrill will be leaving the conference after the 2015-2016 school year. Standish-Sterling and Pinconning will be joining to replace them and there will be a realignment of the Central and West Divisions.
Membership timeline[edit]

References[edit]

^ a b “About the MHSAA > Leagues & Conferences > League Membership”. mhsaa.com. Michigan High School Athletic Association. Retrieved 2015-03-23. 

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Cynwyl Gaeo

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St Cynwyl’s parish church

Cynwyl Gaeo is a parish and community located in rural Carmarthenshire, Wales, near the boundary with Ceredigion, in the upper Cothi valley about halfway between Lampeter and Llandovery. The population of the village at the United Kingdom Census 2011 was 940.[1] It includes the villages of Caeo (or Caio), Crug-y-bar, Cwrtycadno, Ffarmers and Pumsaint.
Historically it was part of the commote of Caeo, which in turn was part of Y Cantref Mawr (“The Great Hundred”), a division of Ystrad Tywi.
It is the location of the Dolaucothi Gold Mines, part of Dolaucothi Estate, whose owner, John Johnes, was murdered by his butler in 1876. The mansion house was demolished in 1952.
The parish church of St Cynwyl in the village of Caeo is a Grade II* listed building.[2]
Governance[edit]
An electoral ward in the same name exists. This ward stretches south to Llansawel. The total population of the ward at the 2011 Census was 1,613.[3]
The community is bordered by the communities of: Cilycwm; Llanwrda; Llansadwrn; Talley; Llansawel; Pencarreg; and Llanycrwys, all being in Carmarthenshire; and by Llanfair Clydogau and Llanddewi Brefi in Ceredigion.
References[edit]

^ “Community population 2011”. Retrieved 14 April 2015. 
^ “Parish Church of St Cynwyl, Caeo, Cynwyl Gaeo”. British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 21 December 2013. 
^ “Ward population 2011”. Retrieved 14 April 2015. 

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Communities of Carmarthenshire

Abergwili
Abernant
Ammanford
Betws
Bronwydd
Carmarthen
Cenarth
Cilycwm
Cilymaenllwyd
Cwmamman
Cynwyl Elfed
Cynwyl Gaeo
Dyffryn Cennen
Eglwyscummin
Gorslas
Henllanfallteg
Kidwelly
Laugharne Township
Llanarthney
Llanboidy
Llanddarog
Llanddeusant
Llanddowror
Llandeilo
Llandovery
Llandybie
Llandyfaelog
Llanedi
Llanegwad
Llanelli
Llanelli Rural
Llanfair-ar-y-bryn
Llanfihangel Aberbythych
Llanfihangel-ar-Arth
Llanfihangel Rhos-y-Corn
Llanfynydd
Llangadog
Llangain
Llangathen
Llangeler
Llangennech
Llangunnor
Llangyndeyrn
Llangynin
Llangynog
Llanllawddog
Llanllwni
Llannon
Llanpumsaint
Llansadwrn
Llansawel
Llansteffan
Llanwinio
Llanwrda
Llanybydder
Llanycrwys
Manordeilo and Salem
Meidrim
Myddfai
Newcastle Emlyn
Newchurch and Merthyr
Pembrey and Burry Port Town
Pencarreg
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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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Gregorio López-Bravo y Castro

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Gregorio López-Bravo y Castro (1972)

Gregorio López-Bravo y Castro (29 December 1923 in Madrid, Spain – 19 February 1985 in Bilbao, Spain) was a Spanish politician who served as Minister of Foreign Affairs between 1969 and 1973. He died in the Mount Oiz plane crash.

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Opus Dei

General

Types of membership

list of members

Priestly Society of the Holy Cross
Numerary
Supernumerary
Teachings
Timeline

Churches
Shrines

Torreciudad
St Mary Star of the Sea, West Melbourne
Peterskirche, Vienna

Key people

Josemaría Escrivá

canonization

John Masso
Javier Echevarría Rodríguez
Álvaro del Portillo
Joseph Muzquiz
Dora del Hoyo
Scott Hahn
Joaquín Navarro-Valls

Universities

University of Navarra
Pontifical University of the Holy Cross
PanAmerican Institute for High Business Direction
Lexington College
Strathmore University

Schools

Colégio Planalto
The Heights School
Northridge Preparatory School
Oakcrest School
PAREF Northfield School

Media

Camino (film)
The Da Vinci Code

film
criticism

L’Opus Dei: enquête sur le “monstre”
Opus Dei: An Objective Look Behind the Myths and Reality of the Most Controversial Force in the Catholic Church

Related topics

Bibliography
Controversies
Corporate work
Opus Dei and Catholic Church leaders
Opus Dei and politics
Opus Dei in society
Women in Opus Dei

Catholicism portal

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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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Chełm-Gdańsk Cemetery

Coordinates: 54°22′N 18°36′E / 54.367°N 18.600°E / 54.367; 18.600 The Chełm-Gdansk Cemetery is a 2.3-hectare (5.7-acre) Jewish cemetery in Gdańsk (Danzig), with graves of the Jewish community of Danzig dating from the 1860s. The cemetery survived the Holocaust times in good condition. It was closed in 1956 and seriously devastated in the following years. It remains in dilapidated condition. The land has been reclaimed by the Jewish community, which has roots in the community going back to at least 1694. The International Jewish Cemetery Project of the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies is tracking its restoration.[1]
References[edit]

^ International Jewish Cemetery Project Jewish Cemeteries in Poland Beginning with the Letter G Archived March 30, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.

External links[edit]

(Polish) Cmentarze żydowskie w Gdańsku

  
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