Pholidorhynchodon

Pholidorhynchodon

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Chordata

Subphylum:
Vertebrata

Infraphylum:
Gnathostomata

Superclass:
Osteichthyes

Class:
Actinopterygii

Subclass:
Teleostei

Order:
Pholidophoriformes

Family:
Pholidophoridae

Genus:
Pholidorhynchodon

Pholidorhynchodon is an extinct genus of prehistoric ray-finned fish.[1]
See also[edit]

Paleontology portal
Fish portal

Prehistoric fish
List of prehistoric bony fish

References[edit]

^ Sepkoski, Jack (2002). “A compendium of fossil marine animal genera”. Bulletins of American Paleontology. 364: 560. Retrieved 2009-02-27. 

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42 Technologies Inc.

42 Technologies Inc.

Industry
Computer software

Founder
Cathy Han
Nick Porter

Headquarters
San Francisco

Services
Predictive analytics, Big data, Business intelligence

Website
42technologies.com

42 Technologies Inc. is a cloud-based business-to-business predictive analytics platform for retailers.[1] It consolidates point of sale data to allow retailers to leverage data across various platforms and more easily identify key trends among customers and sales.[2]
History[edit]
42 was founded in February 2013 by Cathy Han and Nick Porter at Decoded Fashion, a platform for startups to develop and pitch technological innovations for solving problems faced in the fashion and retail industry.[3] Launching amid the New York Fashion Week in February 2013, 42 was selected as a finalist at the event, and later debuted at TechCrunch Disrupt NY, where it was named one of TechCrunch’s 30 most disruptive companies.[4] Originally based in Toronto, 42 was chosen for the Winter 2013 batch of Y Combinator, and is now located in San Francisco.
References[edit]

^ “42”. CrunchBase. Retrieved 17 August 2015. 
^ Perez, Sarah. “42 Is The Answer To Everything…In Personalized Analytics For Retail”. TechCrunch. Retrieved 17 August 2015. 
^ Fong, April. “How Y Combinator-backed 42 is bringing big data to offline retailers”. Financial Post. Retrieved 19 August 2015. 
^ “Hitting Europe in Style: The 42 Technologies Soft-Landing Story”. Canadian Digital Media Network. Retrieved 19 August 2015. 

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Bondé

Bondé

Bondé

Location in Burkina Faso

Coordinates: 13°36′N 1°29′W / 13.600°N 1.483°W / 13.600; -1.483Coordinates: 13°36′N 1°29′W / 13.600°N 1.483°W / 13.600; -1.483

Country
 Burkina Faso

Region
Centre-Nord Region

Province
Bam Province

Department
Bourzanga Department

Population (1996)

 • Total
409

Time zone
GMT 0 (UTC+0)

Bondé is a village in the Bourzanga Department of Bam Province in northern Burkina Faso. It has a population of 409.[1]
References[edit]

^ Burkinabé government inforoute communale Archived March 24, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.

External links[edit]

Satellite map at Maplandia.com

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Bam Province

Capital: Kongoussi

Bourzanga Department

Bourzanga
Abra
Alamanini
Alga
Alga-Fulbé
Bani
Bassé
Bassé-Fulbé
Bondé
Bonga
Boulounga
Bolkiba
Diagadéré
Doundégué
Felenga
Fétorané
Felenga Fulbé
Kiéké
Kièka Fulbé
Kourao
Maléoualé
Mawarida
Nafo
Namassa
Namssiguia
Napalgue
Nioumbila
Ouemtenga
Pissélé
Sam
Sam-Fulbé
Sanare
Selnore
Selnoré-Fulbé
Singtenga
Tabaongo
Tebera
Zana
Zana Mogo
Zomkalga
Zon

Guibare Department

Guibare
Barsa
Bokin
Gougré
Karentenga
Koundoula
Sakoudi
Niangouèla
Sindri
Vousnango
Tontenga
Wattinoma
Yilou

Kongoussi Department

Kongoussi
Badinogo-1
Badinogo-2
Birou
Boalin
Bogonam
Bogonam-Foulbé
Daribiti
Daribiti
Darigma
Dinguilga
Imieré
Gonsé
Kiella
Kora
Kora-Foulbé
Kondibito
Kougrisséogo
Kouka
Koumbango
Kourpellé
Loagha
Loagha-Foulbé
Lourgou
Mogodin
Nakindougou
Niénéga-Mossi
Niénéga-Foulbé
Nongsom
Nongsom-Foulbé
Ranga
Rambo-Wottionma
Rissiam
Sam
Sakou
Sakou-Foulbé
Sandouré
Sankondé
Sargo
Senopoguian
Senorsingué
Sorgho-Yargo
Tamponga
Tangaye
Tanguiema
Temnaoré
Temnaoré-Foulbé
Touka
Woussé
Yalga
Yalgo
Yalka
Yougounini
Zingguima
Zoura
Zoura-Foulbé

Nassere Department

Nassere
Béguemdéré
Biliga-Fulbé
Biliga-Mossi
Bilkaradié
Fénéguéné
Foutanga
Kolladé
Sampalo
Sika
Sillaléba
Tamiga-Fulbé
Tamiga-Mossi
Tibtenga-Fulbé
Tibtenga-Mossi
Tora

Rollo Department

Rollo
Boulguin
Gondékoubé
Ibi
Igondéga
Kangaré
Kangaré-Foulbé
Kobséré
Koulwéogo
Lourfa
Ouenné
Ouittenga
Pogoro
Pogoro-Foulbé
Tampouï
Toéssin
Toéssin-Foulbé

Rouko Department

Rouko
Kounkoubguin
Pittenga
Raka
Rouko-Foulbé
Rilgo
Silmidougou
Yamané

Sabce Department

Sabce
Bangrin
Bissa
Boussouma
Foursa
Goungla
Imiougou
Koumnogo
Kougsabla
Koukoundi
Lo
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Let’s Play Winter

“Let’s Play Winter”

Single by Hitomi

from the album Go to the Top

B-side
“Pleasure”

Released
November 28, 1994

Format
Mini CD

Recorded
Aoyama, Tokyo, Japan

Genre

Dance-pop
R&B

Length
22:43 (CD)

Label
Avex Trax

Writer(s)
Hitomi Furuya

Producer(s)

Tetsuya Komuro
Cozy Kubo

Hitomi singles chronology

“Let’s Play Winter”
(1994)
“We Are “Lonely Girl””
(1995)

“Let’s Play Winter” is the debut single by Japanese singer-songwriter Hitomi and was released on November 28, 1994 by Avex Trax.[1] It appears as a remixed version on her 1995 debut studio album Go to the Top and was later included in its original form on the 1999 best-of compilation H and the 2007 three disc set Peace.[2]

Contents

1 Background
2 Music video
3 Track listing
4 References

Background[edit]
“Let’s Play Winter” was the first commercially available single from Hitomi. Produced by the then-popular music producer Tetsuya Komuro and Cozy Kubo, it surprisingly did not chart on the Oricon.[3] Hitomi was, at the time, among the first artists part of the flagship label Avex Trax, which was quickly signing other new artists, and this is most likely the reason for the single’s failure to sell well. “Let’s Play Winter” and the b-side “Pleasure” were written by Furuya and the a-side was used as the 1994 Nippon TV “Action! Snow Board” ending theme song.[4]
Music video[edit]
The promotional video shows Hitomi in various, different colored rooms, wearing different outfits, such as a grey sweater or pink sequined tank top, and doing minimal activity, such as playing with her dog, lying in bed, and dancing. This video marked the first appearance of Furuya’s trademark mini-skirt/high-heels combo and provocative image.
Track listing[edit]
All lyrics written by Hitomi Furuya; all music composed by Tetsuya Komuro, arranged by Tetsuya Komuro & Cozy Kubo.

CD

No.
Title
Length

1.
“Let’s Play Winter” (Original Mix)
5:17

2.
“Pleasure” (Original Mix)
6:05

3.
“Let’s Play Winter” (Original Karaoke1)
5:17

4.
“Pleasure” (Original Karaoke1)
6:04

1Instrumental

References[edit]

^ Let’s Play Winter on Oricon
^ Hitomi album discography and track lists
^ Let’s Play Winter on Oricon
^ [Text on the front cover of “Let’s Play Winter”]

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hitomi

Studio albums

Go to the Top
By Myself
Déjà-vu
Thermo Plastic
Love Life
Huma-rhythm
Traveler
Love Concent
Love Life 2
Spirit
Special
Möbius

Compilations

H
Self Portrait
HTM:
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Tony Rumble

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Tony Rumble

Tony Rumble at a ring

Birth name
Anthony David Magliaro

Born
(1956-11-06)November 6, 1956
Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Died
November 13, 1999(1999-11-13) (aged 43)
Natick, Massachusetts, United States

Cause of death
Heart attack

Professional wrestling career

Ring name(s)
“Boston Bad Boy” Tony Rumble
Tony Rummell
The Dungeon Master

Billed height
6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)

Billed weight
245 lb (111 kg)

Billed from
Combat Zone, Boston

Debut
1984

Anthony David Magliaro (November 6, 1956 – November 13, 1999) was an American professional wrestler and manager, known by the ring name “Boston Bad Boy” Tony Rumble. He competed on the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic independent circuit during the 1980s and 90s. A longtime veteran of Angelo Savoldi’s International World Class Championship Wrestling, he also was the owner of the New England-based Century Wrestling Alliance and an independent wrestling promoter until his death in 1999.

Contents

1 Early career
2 Behind the scenes
3 Century Wrestling Alliance
4 Later years
5 Championships and accomplishments
6 References
7 External links

Early career[edit]
Although having little prior training, Magliaro was one of the earliest wrestlers to compete for then International Championship Wrestling in 1984. As “Tony Rummell”, he would face Abdullah the Butcher and Bruiser Brody during his rookie year as well as former WWF wrestlers the Tonga Kid and Superstar Billy Graham during his singles career. In 1986, he briefly teamed with Rocky Raymond as The Boston Bad Boys who together faced The Midnight Rockers in an interpromotional match with the American Wrestling Association before feuding with “Mr. USA” Tony Atlas as the masked “Dungeon Master” the following year.
Behind the scenes[edit]
In 1988, Magliaro began working as a booker, as well as producer for the weekly ICW, which later became IWCCW, television show. He later went on to host the popular “Rumble Seat” segment whose guests included former WWF wrestlers The Honky Tonk Man and “Ravishing” Rick Rude as well as international stars such as Dory Funk, Jr., Ivan Putski and Mr. Pogo. During the late 1980s, he wo
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Noyo Harbor

Noyo Harbor is the port and boat docking area for Fort Bragg, California, USA. It is built near the mouth of the Noyo River in the town of Noyo, just south of Fort Bragg. Noyo Harbor is located in Mendocino County 130 nautical miles (240 km) northwest of the Port of San Francisco and 145 nautical miles (269 km) south-southeast of the port of Crescent City, California. Highway 1 passes over the Noyo Bridge above the harbor.

An aerial view of the mouth of the Noyo River in Fort Bragg, CA, including Noyo Harbor.

The Noyo Bridge carries Highway 1 above Noyo Harbor in Fort Bragg, CA.

Outer Noyo Harbor which serves the commercial fishing industry in Fort Bragg, CA.

Inner Noyo Harbor which is a marina in Fort Bragg, CA.

Movies[edit]
Scenes in several movies have been filmed in the harbor including:

The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming
Humanoids from the Deep
Overboard (1987 film)
Dying Young Starring Campbell Scott and Julia Roberts

External links[edit]

Noyo Harbor
Noyo Harbor District

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Kawasaki Heavy Industries C151

Not to be confused with Kawasaki Heavy Industries & CSR Qingdao Sifang C151A, Kawasaki Heavy Industries & CSR Qingdao Sifang C151B, or Kawasaki Heavy Industries & CSR Sifang C151C.

Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) C151

A refurbished Kawasaki C151 train

Interior of a Kawasaki C151’s center motor car before refurbishment

Interior of a refurbished Kawasaki C151’s center motor car

Inside the front driving car of a refurbished C151 train

The interior of a refurbished C151 motor car

In service
7 November 1987 – present

Manufacturer
Kawasaki Heavy Industries (with Nippon Sharyo, Tokyu Car, and Kinki Sharyo)[1]

Built at
Kobe, Japan[2]

Constructed
1986 – 1989

Refurbishment
Hyundai Rotem (with Mitsui, dU LexBuild and RM Transit Technology)[3]
2006 – 2008

Number built
396 vehicles (passenger service)
4 vehicles (money train)

Number in service
396 vehicles (66 trainsets)

Number preserved
4 vehicles (money train)

Formation
6 cars per trainset
DT–M1–M2–M2–M1–DT

Capacity
1920 passengers
372 seats (initial design)
208 seats (after refurbishment)

Operator(s)
SMRT Trains (SMRT Corporation)

Depot(s)
Bishan, Changi, Tuas and Ulu Pandan

Line(s) served
North South Line and East West Line

Specifications

Car body construction
Aluminium-alloy double-skinned construction[2]

Car length
23.65 m (77.6 ft) (DT)
22.8 m (75 ft) (M1/M2)

Width
3,200 mm (130 in)

Height
3,690 mm (145 in)

Doors
1,450 mm (57 1⁄16 in), 8 per car

Maximum speed
90 km/h (56 mph) (design)
80 km/h (50 mph) (service)

Weight
217 t (214 long tons; 239 short tons) (DT)
38.3 t (37.7 long tons; 42.2 short tons) (M1)
38.4 t (37.8 long tons; 42.3 short tons) (M2)

Traction system
Original: 4-quadrant/GTO chopper control (Mitsubishi Electric)[4]
Upgraded: IGBT-VVVF (Toshiba, 055/056 and 131/132 only)[5]

Traction motors
Original: Two-phase DC shunt-wound motor (Mitsubishi Electric)
145 kW (194 hp) 375 V 430 A 2050 rpm (1 hour rating)
Upgraded: Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (Toshiba, 055/056 and 131/132 only)

Power output
2.32 MW (3,110 hp)

Transmission
Westinghouse-Natal (WN) drive;
Gear ratio: 6.57 : 1

Acceleration
1.0 m/s2

Deceleration
1.0 m/s2 (service)
1.3 m/s2 (emergency)

Electric system(s)
750 V DC third rail

Current collection method
Collector Shoe

Bogies
H-frame Bolsterless
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