Wrestling at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Men’s freestyle 100 kg

Wrestling at the
1988 Summer Olympics

Freestyle
Greco-Roman

 
48 kg
 
 
48 kg
 

 
52 kg
 
 
52 kg
 

 
57 kg
 
 
57 kg
 

 
62 kg
 
 
62 kg
 

 
68 kg
 
 
68 kg
 

 
74 kg
 
 
74 kg

 
82 kg
 
 
82 kg

 
90 kg
 
 
90 kg

 
100 kg
 
 
100 kg

 
130 kg
 
 
130 kg

The Men’s Freestyle 100 kg at the 1988 Summer Olympics as part of the wrestling program were held at the Sangmu Gymnasium, Seongnam.

Contents

1 Medalists
2 Tournament results

2.1 Eliminatory round

2.1.1 Group A
2.1.2 Group B

2.2 Final round

3 Final standings
4 References

Medalists[edit]

Gold
Vasile Puşcaşu
 Romania

Silver
Leri Khabelov
 Soviet Union

Bronze
William Scherr
 United States

Tournament results[edit]
The wrestlers are divided into 2 groups. The winner of each group decided by a double-elimination system.

Legend

TF — Won by Fall
SP — Won by Superiority, 12-14 points difference, the loser with points
SO — Won by Superiority, 12-14 points difference, the loser without points
ST — Won by Technical Superiority, 15 points difference
PP — Won by Points, the loser with technical points
PO — Won by Points, the loser without technical points
P0 — Won by Passivity, scoring zero points
P1 — Won by Passivity, while leading by 1-11 points
PS — Won by Passivity, while leading by 12-14 points
PA — Won by Opponent Injury
DQ — Won by Forfeit
DNA — Did not appear
L — Losses
ER — Round of Elimination
CP — Classification Points
TP — Technical Points

Eliminatory round[edit]
Group A[edit]

L

CP
TP

L

Round 1

1
 Joe Byung-Eun (KOR)
1-3 PP
3-5
 Boldyn Javkhlantögs (MGL)
0

0
 Kartar Singh (IND)
3-1 PP
3-2
 Tamon Honda (JPN)
1

0
 Uwe Neupert (GDR)
4-0 TF
0:56
 Floriano Spiess (BRA)
1

0
 Hayri Sezgin (TUR)
4-0 TF
1:42
 Jackson Bidei (NGR)
1

1
 Fred Solovi (SAM)
0-4 TF
2:42
 Leri Khabelov (URS)
0

0
 Clark Davis (CAN)

Bye

Round 2

1
 Clark Davis (CAN)
1-3 PP
2-6
 Joe Byung-Eun (KOR)
1

0
 Boldyn Javkhlantögs (MGL)
3-0 P1
4:27
 Kartar Singh (IND)
1

2
 Tamon Honda (JPN)
0-4 TF
1:53
 Uwe Neupert (GDR)
0

1
 Floriano Spiess (BRA)
3-1 PP
11-7
 F
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Queen’s Cottage

Queen’s Cottage

Alternative names
The Lodge

General information

Architectural style
British

Town or city
Nuwara Eliya

Country
Sri Lanka

Current tenants
Maithripala Sirisena
(President of Sri Lanka)

Groundbreaking
1883

Completed
1890–1895

Opened
1893

Height

Roof
Mangalore tiles

Technical details

Floor count
2

Grounds
101 Acre

Other information

Number of rooms
56

References

[1]

Queen’s Cottage (also known as The Lodge) is a country house near Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka. It is the vacationing and country residence of the President of Sri Lanka. Located within the limits of the Nuwara Eliya Municipal Council along the Queen Elizabeth Drive, it is a protected monument under the Antiquities Ordinance.

Contents

1 History
2 See also
3 References
4 External links

History[edit]
Built as an English country house, during the late 19th century by the British Colonial administration of the island for the use of the Governor of Ceylon as a vacationing residence in the cold highlands of Nuwara Eliya. It was frequented by Governors and their guests to escape the topical heat of Colombo to Little England as Nuwara Eliya was known.
It was at the Queen’s Cottage, Sir John Anderson fell ill and later died on March 24, 1918. He was the only British Governor to die in Ceylon. In 1947, (later Sir) Barclay Nihill, Legal Secretary and Sir Robert Drayton Chief Justice reviewed and approved the draft of the first constitution of Ceylon that had been drafted by Bernard Peiris on the request of D S Senanayake.
Since independence in 1948 the house became the official vacationing residence of the Governor General of Ceylon and since 1972 the President after Sri Lanka became a republic. However, since independence it has been used by the Prime Minister as well. On December 31, 1953 the Cabinet of Ceylon meet for an urgent meeting under Prime Minister Sir John Kotelawala.
See also[edit]

General’s House, Nuwara Eliya

References[edit]

^ Nawarathne, Wadakada (20 March 2016). “Janapathi Madurath biyawaddu sudu kathage nawathana” [President house feared by woman in white]. Diyatha (in Sinhala). Sri Lanka: Lankadeepa: 3.  |access-date= requires |url= (help)

External links[edit]

Government Gazette
85th Death Anniversary of Governor Sir John Anderson : A British Governor who loved Sri Lanka
Renowned photo-journalist turns 80

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Nuwara Eliya

Founder

Samuel Baker

Geography

Nuwara Eliya District
Lake Gregory

Alexandrian Crusade

Alexandrian Crusade

Part of the Crusades

Date
9 – 12 October 1365

Location
Alexandria, Egypt

Result
Cypriots control the city for three days then abandon the city

Belligerents

Kingdom of Cyprus
Republic of Venice
Knights Hospitaller
Mamluk Sultanate

Commanders and leaders

Peter I of Cyprus
Sultan Al-Ashraf Sha’ban
Emir Yalbugha al-Umari

Strength

165 ships
Unknown

Casualties and losses

Unknown
5000 enslaved[1]
20,000 killed [1]

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In the Holy Land (1095–1291)

First
People’s
1101
Norwegian
Venetian
Second
Third
1197
Fourth
Children’s
Fifth
Sixth
Barons’
Seventh
Shepherds’ 1251
Eighth
Ninth

After 1291

Shepherds’ 1320
Smyrniote 1343–1351
Alexandrian 1365
Savoyard 1366
Barbary 1390
Varna 1443

Northern Crusades (1147–1410)

Wendish 1147
Swedish

1150
1249
1293

Livonian 1198–1290
Prussian 1217–1274
Lithuanian 1283–1410

Against Christians

Bosnian 1235–1241
Albigensian 1209–1229
Aragonese 1284/5
Despenser’s 1382/3
Hussite 1419–1434

 Book:The Crusades
 Portal:Crusades

The brief Alexandrian Crusade, also called the sack of Alexandria,[2] occurred in October 1365 and was led by Peter I of Cyprus against Alexandria in Egypt. Relatively devoid of religious impetus, it differs from the more prominent Crusades in that it seems to have been motivated largely by economic interests.[3]

Contents

1 History
2 Interpretations
3 Notes and references
4 External links

History[edit]
Peter I spent three years, from 1362 to 1365, amassing an army and seeking financial support for a Crusade from the wealthiest courts of the day. When he learned of a planned Egyptian attack against his Kingdom of Cyprus, he employed the same strategy of preemptive war that had been so successful against the Turks and redirected his military ambitions against Egypt. From Venice, he arranged for his naval fleet and ground forces to assemble at the Crusader stronghold of Rhodes, where they were joined by the Knights of the Order of St. John.
In October 1365, Peter I set sail from Rhodes, himself commanding a sizable expeditionary force and a fleet of 165 ships, despite Venice’s greater economic and political clout. Landfall was made in Alexandria around 9 October, and over the next three days, Peter’s army looted the city killing thousands and taking 5000 people to be enslaved.[1] Mosques, temples, churches and the library also bore the brunt of the raid.[4][5]
Facing an untenable position, Pet

Jessica Goldberg

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Jessica Goldberg (born 1975) is an American playwright, screenwriter and television writer. She is the creator of the Hulu series The Path.

Contents

1 Life
2 Works
3 References
4 External links

Life[edit]
Goldberg is a graduate of the dramatic writing program at New York University, and of The Juilliard School.[citation needed] She was a Tennessee Williams Fellow at The University of the South and a recipient of the Le Compte de Nouy stipend, the first annual Helen Merrill Award, and a 2000 Berrilla Kerr Foundation Award.[1] She was also a resident at New River Dramatists, a member of the PEN American Center.[citation needed]
Her play Get What You Need was commissioned by the Atlantic Theater Company.[citation needed] Refuge premiered at Playwrights’ Horizons and won the 1999 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize.
Goldberg’s television and screen work includes “The Prince of Motor City” (2008) for ABC, starring Piper Perabo, Aidan Quinn, Andie Macdowell, Rutger Hauer, and Morris Chestnut.[citation needed] Her screenplays include:

Absent Hearts for Imagine/Peter Berg
The Amadou Ly Story for The Kennedy/Marshall Company
Passing Strange for HBO
Delerium for Mazur/Fox 2000
Heart of a Soldier for Universal/Josh Schwartz[citation needed]

Works[edit]

Affair Play
Good Thing. Dramatists Play Service, Inc. 2003. ISBN 978-0-8222-1869-2. 
The Hologram Theory. Dramatists Play Service, Inc. 2002. ISBN 978-0-8222-1821-0. 
The Hunger Education
Refuge. Dramatist’s Play Service. 2000. ISBN 978-0-8222-1777-0. 
Stuck. Dramatists Play Service, Inc. 2000. ISBN 978-0-8222-1778-7. 
Ward 57[2]

References[edit]

^ “Berrilla Kerr Foundation awards”. American Theatre. January 1, 2001. 
^ Zachary Stewart (Mar 26, 2008). “For Ward Thinking”. TheaterMania. 

External links[edit]

JESSICA GOLDBERG, doollee
2006 Theatre Conference photo
“9 Touchstones”, Jessica Goldberg, Florida Stage

Authority control

WorldCat Identities
VIAF: 16586042
LCCN: n2002057451
ISNI: 0000 0000 6763 7525

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Snake Island (Tasmania)

Snake Island is a small, low-lying island in south-eastern Australia. It is part of the Betsey Island Group, lying close to the south-eastern coast of Tasmania around Bruny Island Tasmania in the D’entrcasteaux channel. Lat -43.1716. Long 147.2941[1][2]

Contents

1 Flora and fauna
2 References

2.1 Notes
2.2 Sources

Flora and fauna[edit]
Trees on the island include Allocasuarinas and eucalypts. Pacific gulls have attempted to breed there.[3]
References[edit]
Notes[edit]

^ Brothers et al (2001), p.607.
^ Small Southern Islands Conservation Management Statement 2002 (PDF), Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service, 2002, archived from the original (PDF) on 2006-08-22, retrieved 2006-07-20 
^ Brothers et al (2001), p.607.

Sources[edit]

Brothers, Nigel; Pemberton, David; Pryor, Helen; & Halley, Vanessa. (2001). Tasmania’s Offshore Islands: seabirds and other natural features. Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery: Hobart. ISBN 0-7246-4816-X

Coordinates: 43°10′22″S 147°17′34″E / 43.17278°S 147.29278°E / -43.17278; 147.29278

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“A Taste of Armageddon”

Star Trek: The Original Series episode

Episode no.
Season 1
Episode 23

Directed by
Joseph Pevney

Story by
Robert Hamner

Teleplay by

Gene L. Coon
Robert Hamner

Featured music
Alexander Courage

Cinematography by
Jerry Finnerman

Production code
023

Original air date
February 23, 1967 (1967-02-23)

Guest appearance(s)

David Opatoshu – Anan 7
Gene Lyons – Ambassador Robert Fox
Barbara Babcock – Mea 3
Miko Mayama – Yeoman Tamura
David L. Ross – Lt. Galloway
Sean Kenney – Lt. DePaul
Robert Sampson – Sar 6
Walker Edmiston – Eminiar Security voice (Uncredited)[citation needed]

Episode chronology

← Previous
“Space Seed”
Next →
“This Side of Paradise”

Star Trek: The Original Series (season 1)
List of Star Trek: The Original Series episodes

“A Taste of Armageddon” (season #1, episode #23, production #23) is a first-season episode of the original American science fiction television series, Star Trek. It was first broadcast on February 23, 1967, and repeated July 20, 1967. It was written by Robert Hamner and Gene L. Coon, and directed by Joseph Pevney.[citation needed]
Set in the 23rd century, the series follows the adventures of Captain James T. Kirk (William Shatner) and the crew of the Federation starship Enterprise. In this episode, the crew of the USS Enterprise visits a planet whose people fight a computer-simulated war against a neighboring planet. Although the war is fought via computer simulation, the citizens of each planet have to submit to real executions inside “disintegration booths” to meet the casualty counts of the simulated attacks. The crew of the Enterprise is caught in the middle and are told to submit themselves voluntarily for execution after being

Mir-299 microRNA precursor family

mir-299

Identifiers

Symbol
mir-299

Rfam
RF00756

miRBase family
MIPF0000186

Other data

RNA type
microRNA

Domain(s)
Eukaryota;

In molecular biology mir-299 microRNA is a short RNA molecule. MicroRNAs function to regulate the expression levels of other genes by several mechanisms.
See also[edit]

MicroRNA

Further reading[edit]

1. [1] 2. [2]

^ Lowery, A. J.; Miller, N.; Devaney, A.; McNeill, R. E.; Davoren, P. A.; Lemetre, C.; Benes, V.; Schmidt, S.; Blake, J.; Ball, G.; Kerin, M. J. (2009). “MicroRNA signatures predict oestrogen receptor, progesterone receptor and HER2/neu receptor status in breast cancer”. Breast Cancer Research. 11 (3): R27. doi:10.1186/bcr2257. PMC 2716495. PMID 19432961. 
^ Dixon-McIver, A.; East, P.; Mein, C. A.; Cazier, J. B.; Molloy, G.; Chaplin, T.; Andrew Lister, T.; Young, B. D.; Debernardi, S. (2008). Seoighe, Cathal, ed. “Distinctive Patterns of MicroRNA Expression Associated with Karyotype in Acute Myeloid Leukaemia”. PLoS ONE. 3 (5): e2141. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0002141. PMC 2373886. PMID 18478077. 

External links[edit]

Page for mir-299 microRNA precursor family at Rfam

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Your Lady

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Your Lady

Promotional poster

Also known as
Your Woman

Genre
Romance
Melodrama
Family

Written by
Lee Do-young

Directed by
Jung Hyo

Starring
Lee Yoo-ri
Park Yoon-jae
Im Ho
Park Young-rin
Lee Byung-wook

Country of origin
South Korea

Original language(s)
Korean

No. of episodes
120

Production

Executive producer(s)
Lee Hyun-jik

Producer(s)
Park Yong-soon

Location(s)
Korea

Running time
Mondays to Fridays at 08:30 (KST)

Release

Original network
Seoul Broadcasting System

Picture format
HD

First shown in
South Korea

Original release
18 February (2013-02-18) – 2 August 2013 (2013-08-02)

Chronology

Preceded by
I Like You

Followed by
Two Women’s Room

External links

Website

Your Lady (Hangul: 당신의 여자; RR: Dangshinui Yeoja; also known as Your Woman) is a 2013 South Korean television series starring Lee Yoo-ri, Park Yoon-jae, Im Ho, Park Young-rin and Lee Byung-wook. The morning melodrama aired on SBS from February 18 to August 2, 2013, on Mondays to Fridays at 8:30 a.m. for 120 episodes.[1]

Contents

1 Plot
2 Cast

2.1 Main characters
2.2 Supporting characters

3 References
4 External links

Plot[edit]
A melodrama looking for truth amidst plots, betrayals and lies, as people find out each other’s secrets. Eun-soo (Lee Yoo-ri) is a positive woman who never loses hope even in the hardest circumstances. She becomes an amnesiac after a car accident, and

Sadie Lee

Sadie Lee

Born
1967

Nationality
 United Kingdom

Education

Epsom School of Art
Hackney Institute

Known for
Painting

Movement
Feminism

Website
www.sadielee.f9.co.uk

Sadie Lee is a painter, best known for her feminist pieces.
Early life and education[edit]
Sadie Lee was born in 1967 and grew up in Yorkshire, England. She studied as a Fine Art student at the Epsom School of Art and later studied mural painting and marbling at the Hackney Institute.[1] She moved to London in 1988.[2]
References[edit]

^ “Brooklyn Museum: Sadie Lee”. www.brooklynmuseum.org. Retrieved 2016-03-05. 
^ “SadieLee – Profile”. www.sadielee.f9.co.uk. Retrieved 2016-03-06. 

External links[edit]

Sadie Lee’s webpage
Collection of Sadie Lee’s works

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Office of the Oklahoma Attorney General

Office of the Attorney General
State of Oklahoma

Great Seal of Oklahoma

Agency overview

Formed
November 17, 1907

Preceding agency

Office of the Territorial Attorney General

Headquarters
313 NE 21 Street
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Employees
194

Annual budget
$25.2 million

Agency executive

Scott Pruitt, Attorney General

Website
Office of the Attorney General

The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is an agency of the Oklahoma state government that is headed by the Attorney General of Oklahoma. The OAG is responsible for supervising the administration of justice across the State, providing legal assistance to the State government, and prosecuting violators of State law.
The 17th and current Attorney General is Scott Pruitt, a Republican who assumed office on January 10, 2011

Contents

1 Divisions
2 Staffing
3 Budget
4 See also
5 References
6 External links

Divisions[edit]
The office of the Attorney General is divided into several units:

Attorney General

First Assistant Attorney General

Civil Division

Consumer Protection Unit – Provides mediation services to consumers to help resolve complaints against businesses. The Division can also provide information about complaints that have been filed against businesses, and provide publications to help you make good decisions in the marketplace. The Division also brings law enforcement actions against businesses that harm large numbers of Oklahoma consumers through unfair and deceptive practices.
Environmental Protection Unit – Division active in every area of environmental and natural resources law. Unit personnel protect the state’s air, land, water and natural resources from pollution by investigating allegations of pollution and aggressively seeking remedies in both criminal and civil courts. The unit also provides legal advice and representation to state environmental agencies and chairs the Environmental Crimes Task Force, a collection of state, federal and local agencies united for the purpose of coordinating investigations and assuring efficient use of resources.
General Counsel Unit – A major function of the Attorney General is to assists public officials in the performance of their duties, seeking to provide the best legal advice possible for the good of the State and its citizens. Most Attorney General Opinions are written by members of the General Counsel Unit. These opinions are binding on state agencies unless overturned by a ruling from a court of competent jur
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