Hareth Shanshal Sunaid

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Hareth Shanshal Talee’h Sunaid (in Arabic حارث شنشل طليع سنيد ) is an Iraqi politician from the minority Mandaean faith (in Arabic الصابئة ) and Member of parliament in Iraqi Parliament, the only one from the Mandaean minority of Iraq sitting as an independent MP.
Career[edit]
Hareth Shanshal Sunaid took part in the 2014 Iraqi Parliamentary elections forming the electoral list #295[1] Hareth Shanshal Sunaid al-Harithi (in Arabic حارث شنشل سنيد الحارثي ) being basically his candidature in 18 different Iraqi electoral districts,[2] considering that the Mandaean seat (a reserved minority seat) would be voted for by electors in all governorates, contrary to general non-minority seats which would be voted per governorate basis.
Acquiring the biggest number of votes for Mandaean candidates, he was declared winner for the sole minority seat for Mandaeans in the Iraqi Parliament.
References[edit]

^ Ahrar al Iraq: مفوضبة تجري قرعة ارقام الكيانات والائتلافات السياسية المشاركة في الانتخابات (Arabic)
^ AlSumaria TV: حارث شنشل سنيد الحارثي – مرشح في المحافظات التالية (Arabic)

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Pleasant Mount Cumberland Presbyterian Church

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Pleasant Mount Cumberland Presbyterian Church

U.S. National Register of Historic Places

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Nearest city
Columbia, Tennessee

Coordinates
35°32′32″N 86°58′8″W / 35.54222°N 86.96889°W / 35.54222; -86.96889Coordinates: 35°32′32″N 86°58′8″W / 35.54222°N 86.96889°W / 35.54222; -86.96889

Area
4 acres (1.6 ha)

Built
1899

Architectural style
Late Gothic Revival

NRHP Reference #
77001282[1]

Added to NRHP
August 16, 1977

Pleasant Mount Cumberland Presbyterian Church is a Cumberland Presbyterian church in Columbia, Tennessee.
The church building was constructed in 1899 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.
References[edit]

^ National Park Service (2009-03-13). “National Register Information System”. National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 

External links[edit]

Official website

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Leticia Huijara

Leticia Huijara

Born
Leticia Huijara Cano
Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico

Occupation
Actress

Years active
1989-present

Leticia Huijara is a Mexican actress who was born in Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico.

Contents

1 Biography
2 Filmography

2.1 Movies
2.2 Telenovelas

3 Awards and nominations

3.1 Ariel Awards

4 References
5 External links

Biography[edit]
She was born in Acapulco, Guerrero where she lived the first five years of life. Since then she has lived in Mexico City. She studied Dramatic Literature and Theatre at the UNAM. She began her acting career in 1987 in the famous work of street theater. Since then she has combined her work in the theater with film and television. She has won several awards among which the Ariel for Best Actress for the film “Por si no te vuelvo a ver” and the award for best leading actress of television that is given by the National Circle of Journalists for the telenovela “Los Sanchez”. She has combined her theatrical career with the film, which has been featured in several films among which are: La ley de Herodes, Ciudades oscuras, Sexo por compasión, Por si no te vuelvo a ver, Dos crímenes, Cilantro and Perejil and Lola, among many others. She has been nominated for an Ariel on three occasions, twice as actress and as a lead actress. She was also nominated for the Silver Goddess. In theater, she participated in “Baño de damas”(best female group award association of theater critics and journalists), Venecia, Sueños, Los signos del Zodiaco, Paisaje Interior, En Defensa Propia y la Última Diana, among many others. She was part of the cast of the telenovela Los Sanchez (Best Lead Actress Award 2005 National Circle of Journalists), where she portrayed the character of a woman of high class living circumstances beyond series with a family that does not belong to their social circle. She also worked in telenovelas Montecristo and Demasiado corazón, in addition to various other programs. She directed “Ocho historias de cantina” in the Santa Catarina theater. She has been producing works like “baño de damas” and “los delitos insignificantes”, both in the Helénico theatre. In 2009, she debuted “Juntos y Felices”, her first work as a playwright.
Filmography[edit]
Movies[edit]

La cebra (2012)….. Juana
Ciudades oscuras (2002) …. Rosario
Sexo por compasión (2000) …. Leocadia
La ley de Herodes (1999) …. Gloria
Luces de la noche (1998) …. Mujer en la calle
Alta tensión (1997) …. Trabajadora en
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Battle of the Mareth Line

Battle of the Mareth Line

Part of the Tunisia Campaign of the Second World War

A British 25-pounder field gun in action at night, during the assault on the Mareth Line

Date
16–31 March 1943

Location
Southern Tunisia

Result
British victory

Belligerents

 United Kingdom

British India
New Zealand

 Free France
 Italy
 Germany

Commanders and leaders

Bernard Montgomery
Giovanni Messe

Strength

90,000 of 123,690 men[1]
73,500 of 115,000 men
455 guns
139–220 tanks
480 AT guns
seventy-five 88 mm guns[1]

Casualties and losses

4,000 casualties
not available
7,000 captured

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Run for Tunis
Sidi Bou Zid
Kasserine Pass
Ochsenkopf
Medenine
Mareth Line
El Guettar
Wadi Akarit
Longstop Hill
Hill 609
Vulcan
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Agreement
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Camouflage

Bertram

Braganza
2nd Alamein

Outpost Snipe

El Agheila

Torch

Casablanca
Reservist
Terminal
Port Lyautey

Tunisia

Run for Tunis
Sidi Bou Zid
Kasserine Pass
Ochsenkopf
Medenine
Mareth Line
El Guettar
Wadi Akarit
Longstop Hill
Hill 609
Vulcan
Flax
Retribution

The Battle of the Mareth Line or the Battle of Mareth was an attack in the Second World War by the British Eighth Army (General Bernard Montgomery) in Tunisia, against the Mareth Line held by the Italo-German 1st Army (General Giovanni Messe). It was the first big operation by the Eighth Army since the Second Battle of El Alamein  4 1⁄2 months previously. Operation Pugilist, the first British attack, established a bridgehead but a break-out attempt was defeated by Axis counter-attacks. Pugilist established an alternative route of attack and Operation Supercharge II, an outflanking manoeuvre via the Tebaga Gap was planned. Montgomery reinforced the flanking attack, which from 26–31 March, forced the Axis 1st Army to retreat to Wadi Akarit, another 40 mi (64 km) back in Tunisia.

Contents

1 Background

1.1 Axis retreat from El Alamein
1.2 Terrain

2 Prelude

2.1 Battle of Medenine

3 Battle

3.1 Operation Pugilist

3.1.1 Left hook

3.2 Tebaga Gap
3.
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Jamai Shashthi

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Jamai Shashthi

Directed by
Amar Choudhury

Produced by
Madan Theatres Ltd

Written by
Amar Choudhury

Starring
Amar Chowdhury
Jatin Singha
Kshirodegopal Mukherjee
Ms. Golela
Ranisundari
Bimal Gupta
Kartik Ray
Bholanath

Music by
Kshirodegopal Mukherjee

Cinematography
T. Marconi

Release date

11 April 1931

Country
India

Language
Bengali

Jamai Shashthi (Bengali: জামাই ষষ্ঠী English: Son-in-law day) is a 1931 Bengali film directed by Amar Choudhury, produced by Madan Theatre Limited. It is a milestone of Bengali cinema as it was the first Bengali talkie.[1] It was released at Crown Cinema Hall in Calcutta on 11 April 1931, in the same year as Alam Ara, the first Indian talkie.
See also[edit]

Alam Ara
Dena Paona(film)

References[edit]

^ Gokulsing, K.; Wimal Dissanayake (2004). Indian popular cinema: a narrative of cultural change. Trentham Books. p. 24. ISBN 1-85856-329-1. 

External links[edit]

Jamai Shashthi at the Internet Movie Database

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Breeze of July

Breeze of July (七月好风) is a 2007 Hong Kong film directed by Stanley Tam and stars Monie Tung, Sammy Leung and Koo Kam-wah. Adapted from the short story by Hong Kong novelist Chan Wai, it is the feature debut of the experienced film editor and theatre veteran Stanley Tam.
Plot[edit]
Lan-Xian has just had her apartment reclaimed by the bank. She plans to move back in with her mother, but her mother dies just before she could talk to her.
She moves in after her mother’s funeral and lives with her aunt. She meets her childhood friend Da-Tou who now works as a civil engineer. Da-Tou then helps her to change all the light bulbs in her house. Lan-Xian then discovers that Da-Tou has been visiting her mother regularly while she has been away in Canada, he is so close to her mother that she gave him the house key. Da-Tou offers to give it back to Lan-Xian but she lets him keep it.
Her aunt wants to re-visit Shanghai where she and Lan-Xian’s mother originated. Later, debt collectors pastes notes all around her staircase as they discovered her whereabouts. In fear of the debt collectors, Lan-Xian decides to go to Shanghai with her aunt.
Lan-Xian then goes out for karaoke with her friend and returns home drunk. Da-Tou finds her in the street and carries her home on his back. While she sleeps, he tells her that he loves her. She replies by saying, “How do you know that I don’t love you?” but he thinks she is drunk. Next morning, Da-Tou makes breakfast for her but she complains about the food. Angered, he leaves the house and the house key behind. Next day, Da-Tou tells Lan-Xian that the London Plane that her mother has planted in the street will be chopped soon. He then tells her he does not understand why she keeps running away from her problems and never faces them.
Lan-Xian goes to Shanghai and meets her aunt and mother’s old friends. Before she leaves, she sends a SMS to Da-Tou and returns the house key to him. She then learns that her mother’s friends were asked to go to Hong Kong, too, but they stayed behind and got married. She then learns that her brother’s name Mao Ming is a street name in Shanghai and her own name is a transliteration of the name Lyceum from Shanghai’s Lyceum Theatre. Meanwhile, Da-Tou and Lan-Xian tries to call but never able to actually contact each other.
Finally, Da-Tou calls and Lan-Xian receives the call. But due to poor reception, she returns the call to Da-Tou from a pay phone. He tells her that her mom’s London Plane will be ch
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Schizothorax macrophthalmus

Schizothorax macrophthalmus

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Chordata

Class:
Actinopterygii

Order:
Cypriniformes

Family:
Cyprinidae

Genus:
Schizothorax

Species:
S. macrophthalmus

Binomial name

Schizothorax macrophthalmus
Terashima, 1984[1]

Schizothorax macrophthalmus is a cyprinid fish species of the genus Schizothorax.[2] This snowtrout was first collected in 1979 in the alpine fresh water Rara Lake located in Nepal’s Rara National Park.[1]
References[edit]

^ a b Terashima, A. (1984) Three new species of the Cyprinid genus Schizothorax from Lake Rara, Northwestern Nepal. Japanese Journal of Ichthyology Vol. 31, No. 2: 122–135
^ Froese, Rainer and Pauly, Daniel, eds. (2006). “Schizothorax macrophthalmus” in FishBase. April 2006 version.

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Diliad

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The Diliad, or Deiliad (Δειλιάς < δειλία “cowardice”, a pun on the Iliad), is a lost parody of the Iliad mentioned in Aristotle’s Poetics where it is attributed to Nicochares.[1]
References[edit]

^ Aristotle (350 B.C.E.). “Poetics”.  Check date values in: |date= (help)

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Jamie Sinclair

Jamie Sinclair

Curler

Jamie Sinclair playing in the August 2012 Grits ‘n’ Granite bonspiel at the Charlotte Centre Curling Club at the Extreme Ice Center in Indian Trail, North Carolina

Born
(1992-02-21) February 21, 1992 (age 24)
Anchorage, Alaska[1]

Team

Curling club
Manotick CC, Manotick and Charlotte Curling Association, Charlotte, North Carolina[2][3]

Skip
Jamie Sinclair

Third
Alexandra Carlson

Second
Vicky Persinger

Lead
Monica Walker

Alternate
Tara Peterson

Medal record

Women’s curling

Representing  Ontario

Canada Winter Games

2007 Whitehorse

Jamie Ann Sinclair (born February 21, 1992)[1] is an American-Canadian curler from St. Paul, Minnesota. Her United States Curling Association membership is through the Charlotte Curling Association in Charlotte, North Carolina where she has a number of personal connections.[2][3] She grew up in Manotick, Ontario, a suburb of Ottawa.

Contents

1 Career
2 Personal life
3 References
4 External links

Career[edit]
Sinclair won a gold medal at the 2007 Canada Winter Games, playing lead for the Rachel Homan rink. She was a member of the Homan rink that won the 2006 Bantam provincial championship.[4] She won the Bantam provincial championship again in 2009 as a skip.
Sinclair played in her first World Curling Tour (WCT) event, at the 2011 Challenge Casino Lac Leamy. Her rink finished with a 1–2 record in her pool, and did not make the playoffs.
Sinclair and her rink of Holly Donaldson, Chantal Allan and Casandra Raganold won the provincial women’s junior championship in 2012, defeating Lauren Horton 9-3.[5] This earned her rink the right to represent Ontario at the 2012 Canadian Junior Curling Championships where they finished with a 7–5 record, just missing the playoffs in 4th place.
Sinclair won her second straight provincial junior title in 2013, with a new front end of Katelyn Wasylkiw and Erin Jenkins with Donaldson still at third. At the 2013 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, her team did make the playoffs, but lost in the semi-final to Manitoba’s Shannon Birchard, settling for third place.
For the 2013-14 season, Sinclair played on WCT teams on both sides of the border, playing third for the Ottawa-based Brit O’Neill rink, and third for the St. Paul, Minnesota-based Alexandra Carlson rink. With the Carlson rink, Sinclair played in the 2014 United States Women’s Curling Championship, finishing with a 6-3 round robin record, but losing in a ti

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