Duncan Irvine

Duncan Irvine was a Scottish rugby football player.[1]
He was capped three times for Scotland between 1878-79.[1] He also played for Edinburgh Academicals.[1]
He was the brother of Bulldog Irvine who was also capped for Scotland,[1] including the first ever rugby international.[2]
References[edit]

Bath, Richard (ed.) The Scotland Rugby Miscellany (Vision Sports Publishing Ltd, 2007 ISBN 1-905326-24-6)

^ a b c d Bath, p137
^ Bath, p4

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Dietz

Dietz is a surname, and may refer to:

August Dietz (1869–1963), a philatelist, editor and publisher
Bernard Dietz (born 1948), German football player and manager
Cyrus E. Dietz (1876–1929), Illinois Supreme Court Justice
Damion Dietz (born 1971), American film writer/director
Danny Dietz (1980–2005), United States Navy SEAL and recipient of the Navy Cross
Feodor Dietz (1813–1870), German painter of battle scenes
G. O. Dietz, American football coach and lawyer
Hendrik Casimir II of Nassau-Dietz
Henry Dietz, American professor and author
Henry G. Dietz, American electrical engineer
Howard Dietz (1896–1983), American lyric writer and librettist
Michael Dietz (born 1971), American actor
Jan Dietz (born 1945), Dutch computer scientist
Jim Dietz (born 1939), American baseball player and coach
Park Dietz (born 1948), American forensic psychiatrist
Dick Dietz (1941–2005), American baseball player (catcher)
Robert H. Dietz (January 22, 1921 – March 29, 1945) United States Army soldier and a recipient of the Medal of Honor
Robert S. Dietz (1914–1995), US-American geophysicist and oceanographer
Sophie Dietz (1820–1887), German operatic soprano
Steven Dietz, US-American playwright
Thomas Dietz (born 1982), German professional juggler
William Dietz (disambiguation), several people

William Dietz (politician) (1778–1848), American congressman from New York
William C. Dietz (born 1945), American science fiction author
William Henry Dietz (1884–1964), American football coach

Dietz may also refer to:

R. E. Dietz Company, a lighting and lantern manufacturer

See also[edit]

Diez (disambiguation)

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Zhang Hengyun

Zhang Hengyun (born 25 October 1974) is a former Chinese sprinter who mainly competed over 400 metres.
Achievements[edit]

Year
Competition
Venue
Position
Event
Notes

Representing  China

1992
World Junior Championships
Seoul, South Korea
21st (heats)
400m
56.06

1993
Chinese National Games
Beijing, China
2nd
400m
51.25

1994
World Cup
London, Great Britain
6th
400m
52.79

Asian Games
Hiroshima, Japan
2nd
400m
52.53

1995
World Indoor Championships
Barcelona, Spain
18th (heats)
400 m
54.27

5th
4 × 400 m
3:39.76 (AR)

Asian Championships
Jakarta, Indonesia
1st
400 m
52.06

World Championships
Göteborg, Sweden
22nd (semi-finals)
400 m
52.59

1997
Chinese National Games
Shanghai, China
4th
400 m
51.22 (PB)

1st
4 × 400 m
3:26.88

1998
Asian Games
Bangkok, Thailand
5th
400 m
53.92

2001
Chinese National Games
Guangzhou, China
Semi-finalist
200 m
24.00 (PB)

4th
400 m
52.44

2nd
4 × 100 m
44.23

3rd
4 × 400 m
3:32.37

Personal bests[edit]

Event
Time
Venue
Date

200 m
24.00 s
Guangzhou, China
2001

400 m
51.22 s
Shanghai, China
1997

400 m indoor
53.68
Beijing, China
1996

References[edit]

http://www.all-athletics.com/fr/node/110878
Zhang Hengyun profile at IAAF

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Epistylis

Epistylis

Scientific classification

(unranked):
SAR

Phylum:
Ciliophora

Class:
Ciliatea

Subclass:
Peritrichia

Order:
Sessilida

Family:
Epistylidae

Genus:
Epistylis
Ehrenberg, 1830 [1]

Epistylis is a genus of peritrichous ciliate with a short oral disc and collar, and a rigid stalk, often branching to form a colony.
References[edit]

^ Roberto Júnio Pedroso Dias, Sthefane D`Ávila and Marta D`Agosto (2006). “First Record of Epibionts Peritrichids and Suctorians (Protozoa, Ciliophora) on Pomacea lineata (Spix, 1827)” (PDF). Brazilian Archies of Biology and Technology. 49 (5): 807–812. 

 This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). “article name needed”. Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. 

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Charlie Tobin

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For the hockey player, see Charles Tobin.

Charlie Tobin

Personal information

Irish name
Cathal Tóibín

Sport
Hurling

Position
Forward

Born
Blackpool, Ireland

Club(s)

Years
Club

1937-1947
Glen Rovers

Club titles

Cork titles
7

Inter-county(ies)

Years
County
Apps (scores)

1942
Cork
4

Inter-county titles

Munster titles
1

All-Irelands
1

Charlie Tobin was an Irish sportsperson. He played hurling with his local club Glen Rovers and was a member of both the Cork and Dublin senior inter-county teams in the 1930s and 1940s.
1940 saw Jack Lynch lead out the Glen in the county final once again. Sarsfields provided the opposition on that occasion in a game remarkable for the scoring of 17 goals. Charlie Tobin captured six of those goals as the Glen won by 10-6 to 7-5. It was the club’s seventh county victory in-a-row

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Cork – 1942 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions (13th title)

1 N. Porter
2 W. Murphy
3 B. Thornhill
4 C. Murphy
5 A. Lotty
6 D.J. Buckley
7 J. Young
8 J. Lynch (c)
9 P. O’Donovan
10 C. Ring
11 S. Condon
12 M. Kennefick
13 C. Tobin
14 J. Quirke
15 D. Beckett

Sub used
J. Buttimer for N. Porter

Subs not used
C. Cottrell
J. O’Neill
J. Buckley
B. O’Regan
J. Kenny

Trainer
J. Barry

Selectors
J. Leahy
P. Collins
J. Foley
T. McCarthy
D. Connolly

Partial Reference: Cork GAA website Inter-County SHC Results and Teams. 1940-1949 Information from Peter Devine. Accessed 17 July 2010.

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Tanveer Sipra

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Tanveer Sipra was an Urdu poet from Jhelum in the 1970s. He was a supporter of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s Islamic Socialism. Professionally, Sipra was a poor Oil Man working in Pakistan Tobacco Company, Jhelum. He wrote لفظ کھردرے Lafz Khurdary (English: The Hard Words).[1][2][3]
He belongs to the Sipra tribe.
See also[edit]

Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi
Syed Zameer Jafery

References[edit]

^ http://e.jang.com.pk/05-03-2014/lahore/pic.asp?picname=10_03.jpg
^ http://www.bio-bibliography.com/authors/view/6904
^ http://www.bibliography.com.pk/search.php?act=showby&code=author_name_urdu&id=3650

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Tianmimi

Tianmimi may refer to:

“Tian Mi Mi”, 1979 song by Teresa Teng
Comrades: Almost a Love Story, or Tianmimi, 1996 Hong Kong film

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Four Seasons Hotel, San Francisco

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Four Seasons Hotel

Alternative names
Four Seasons Hotel & Residences
Four Season Residences

General information

Type
Hotel
Residential condominiums

Location
757 Market Street
San Francisco, California

Coordinates
37°47′11″N 122°24′16″W / 37.786361°N 122.404417°W / 37.786361; -122.404417Coordinates: 37°47′11″N 122°24′16″W / 37.786361°N 122.404417°W / 37.786361; -122.404417

Completed
2001

Height

Roof
121 m (397 ft)

Technical details

Floor count
40

Design and construction

Architect
Gary Edward Handel & Associates
Del Campo & Maru Architects

Developer
Millennium Partners

Structural engineer
DeSimone Consulting Engineers

Main contractor
Bovis Lend Lease

References

[1][2][3]

The Four Seasons Hotel & Residences is a 121 m (397 ft) mixed-use development at 757 Market Street in San Francisco, California near Moscone Center. Completed in January 2001, the tower is the first skyscraper in the 21st century to be completed in the city.

Contents

1 Specifications
2 Notable residents
3 See also
4 References
5 External links

Specifications[edit]

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The five-star hotel is operated by Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, hosts 277 guest rooms and retail stores, and houses 142 luxury condominiums on the upper floors. The Four Seasons Hotel’s restaurant is decorated with artwork and the hotel also operates a 10,000 sq.ft. fitness center.
Non-linear viscous dampers located at the top of the hotel tower help dampen some of the wind sway due to powerful winds off the Pacific Ocean.
Notable residents[edit]
Since 2008, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has lived in the 38th floor penthouse suite at the Four Seasons Hotel with her husband and growing family of three children, as well as live-in domestic help.[4]
See also[edit]

San Francisco Bay Area portal

InterContinental Hotel San Francisco
St. Regis Museum Tower
W Hotel San Francisco

References[edit]

^ Four Seasons Hotel, San

Zoltan Pali

Zoltan Pali

Born
May 28, 1960
Los Angeles, California

Education
University of California, Los Angeles

Occupation
Architect

Zoltan Pali (born 1960) is an architect from Los Angeles, California.

Contents

1 Early life
2 Career
3 Personal life
4 References

Early life[edit]
Zoltan Pali was born May 28, 1960 at the French Hospital in Chinatown, Los Angeles, California to Emery Pali and Maria [Szalacsy] Pali. His parents were immigrants from Budapest just after the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. His father taught him the basics of drawing – particularly mechanical drafting – and by the time Zoltan was 15 years old he was able to work summers in various engineering and architectural offices as a draftsperson. He grew up in Los Angeles, Encino, and Tarzana. He attended William Howard Taft High School in Woodland Hills from 1975 to 1978. He completed his design degree at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 1983.[1]
Career[edit]
His professional career started in Santa Monica where he worked for Wexco, VCA, and Solberg + Lowe Architects. In 1986 he started working independently. He met Judit Meda Fekete in 1989 and the two forged a partnership. However, with virtually no commissions, they both found employment with various architectural practices in Los Angeles. During this period Zoltan met Jerrold E. Lomax, FAIA and began a professional and mentor/student friendship that lasted until Lomax’s death in May 2014.[2] The collaboration with Lomax included the completion of the Benjamin Residence and the J. Robert Scott Showroom.[1][3] By 1995, Lomax had moved his practice to Carmel Valley, California while Zoltan and Judit formed what is now their architectural practice – Studio Pali Fekete architects [aka SPF:a].[1]
Zoltan achieved architectural licensure in the State of California in 1989. He became a member of the American Institute of Architects in 1993.

The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California, designed by Zoltan Pali.

In 2001, Zoltan completed the renovations to the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood.[4] In the very same year he started work as the executive architect for the Getty Villa with the design architects, Machado-Slivetti Associates.[5] The Getty Villa was completed in 2006. In 2005 he completed restoration and renovations at the Greek Theatre in Griffith Park. In 2006 he was hired by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to renovate the LACMA West building[6] – of which only a portion
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Kamen-na-Obi

Kamen-na-Obi (English)
Камень-на-Оби (Russian)

-  Town[1]  -

Location of Altai Krai in Russia

Kamen-na-Obi

Location of Kamen-na-Obi in Altai Krai

Coordinates: 53°47′N 81°20′E / 53.783°N 81.333°E / 53.783; 81.333Coordinates: 53°47′N 81°20′E / 53.783°N 81.333°E / 53.783; 81.333

Coat of arms

Administrative status (as of June 2014)

Country
Russia

Federal subject
Altai Krai[1]

Administratively subordinated to
town of krai significance of Kamen-na-Obi[1]

Administrative center of
town of krai significance of Kamen-na-Obi,[1] Kamensky District[1]

Municipal status (as of March 2009)

Urban okrug
Kamen-na-Obi Urban Okrug[2]

Administrative center of
Kamen-na-Obi Urban Okrug,[2] Kamensky Municipal District[3]

Head[citation needed]
Alexander Kulik[citation needed]

Statistics

Population (2010 Census)
43,888 inhabitants[4]

Time zone
KRAT (UTC+07:00)[5]

Founded
1751[citation needed]

Town status since
1915[citation needed]

Postal code(s)[6]
658700, 658701, 658703–658707, 658709, 658739

Kamen-na-Obi on Wikimedia Commons

Kamen-na-Obi (Russian: Ка́мень-на-Оби́), known until 1933 as Kamen (Ка́мень), is a town in Altai Krai, Russia, located on the left bank of the Ob River 208 kilometers (129 mi) northwest of Barnaul, the administrative center of the krai. Population: 43,888 (2010 Census);[4] 44,375 (2002 Census);[7] 42,483 (1989 Census);[8] 36,000 (1970).

Contents

1 History
2 Administrative and municipal status
3 Economy
4 References

4.1 Notes
4.2 Sources

History[edit]
It was founded in 1751 as the village of Kamen (Камень) and granted town status in 1915.[citation needed]
Administrative and municipal status[edit]
Within the framework of administrative divisions, Kamen-na-Obi serves as the administrative center of Kamensky District, even though it is not a part of it.[1] As an administrative division, it is, together with one rural locality (the station of Plotinnaya), incorporated separately as the town of krai significance of Kamen-na-Obi-an administrative unit with the status equal to that of the districts.[1] As a municipal division, the town of krai significance of Kamen-na-Obi is incorporated as Kamen-na-Obi Urban Okrug.[2]
Economy[edit]
The main industries are food-processing and brick and furniture manufacture.
References[edit]
Notes[edit]

^ a b c d e f g Law #2
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