Lachesis

Lachesis can be:

Lachesis (mythology), one of the Moirai, the personification of destiny in Greek mythology
Lachesis (genus), or bushmasters, a group of venomous pitvipers found in Central and South America
120 Lachesis, an asteroid

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Maxim Karpov (ice hockey)

Maxim Karpov

Born
(1991-10-19) October 19, 1991 (age 25)
Chelyabinsk, Russia (then USSR)

Height
6 ft 1 in (185 cm)

Weight
165 lb (75 kg; 11 st 11 lb)

Position
Forward

Shoots
Left

KHL team
HC Dynamo Moscow

Playing career
2011–present

Maxim Karpov (born October 19, 1991) is a Russian professional ice hockey player. He currently plays for HC Dynamo Moscow in the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL).
Career[edit]
Born in Chelyabinsk, Russia, Karpov joined Mechel Chelyabinsk of the Russia 3 league in 2006–07 for one game. He played his first season with Mechel the following year and played with Mechel through the 2011–12 season, playing for the organization in the Russia 3, Russia 2, VHL and MHL leagues. In 2012, Karpov joined Traktor of the KHL.
External links[edit]

Career statistics and player information from Eliteprospects.com, or Eurohockey.com, or The Internet Hockey Database

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Bland Ballard

This article is about the Kentucky soldier and legislator. For the Federal Judge active from 1861 to 1879, see Bland Ballard (judge).

Bland Ballard (October 16, 1761 – September 5, 1853)[1] was a soldier and statesman from Kentucky.
Biography[edit]
Ballard was born in Fredericksburg, Virginia. In 1779, at age 18, he moved to Kentucky.[2] Ballard married three times. He and his first wife Elizabeth Williamson were the parents of seven children. Elizabeth died in 1827, and he married Diana Matthews in 1833. Diana death in 1835, in 1841 Ballard married Elizabeth Weaver Garrett.[1][3]
Ballard served as a scout in George Rogers Clark’s 1780 expedition into the Ohio country. During the Northwest Indian War, he served as a scout for Clark’s 1786 Wabash campaign.[4] Ballard participated in the battles of Fallen Timbers (1794), Tippecanoe (1811),[2] and the River Raisin (1813).[5] As a major of Kentucky volunteers, he played a leading role in the expedition against the British and American Indians who had invaded southeastern Michigan. He was wounded and taken prisoner at the Battle of Frenchtown, but was among the group of prisoners who were transported into Canada and so escaped the River Raisin Massacre.[5] Following the war, Ballard served as a Delegate from Shelby County in the 1800, 1803 and 1805 Kentucky General Assembly.[1][6]
Legacy[edit]
Bland Ballard is the namesake of both Blandville, Kentucky[7][8] and Ballard County, Kentucky.[9]
When Ballard died in 1853, he was initially buried in Shelbyville, Kentucky. In 1854 the State of Kentucky moved his and his first wife’s remains to the State Memorial section of the Frankfort Cemetery.[1][10] His namesake grandson, Bland Ballard, was appointed by Abraham Lincoln as a judge for the United States District Court for the District of Kentucky.[11]
References[edit]

^ a b c d Madigan, Mary Lou (1992). John E. Kleber, ed. The Kentucky Encyclopedia. University Press of Kentucky. p. 44. 
^ a b Smith, Zachariah Frederick (1892). The History of Kentucky: From Its Earliest Discovery and Settlement, to the Present Date. Courier-journal job printing Company. p. 237. Retrieved June 15, 2012. 
^ Klotter, James C.; Nelson L. Dawson (1981). Genealogies of Kentucky families: from the Filson Club history quarterly. Kentucky Historical Society/Genealogical Pub. Co. p. 56. 
^ Perrin, William Henry; J.H. Battle; G.C. Griffin (1888). Kentucky: a history of the state, embracing a concise account of
한국야동

Lakka (disambiguation)

Look up lakka in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Lakka is a liqueur produced in Finland which derives its flavor from the cloudberry fruit.
Lakka may also refer to:

Lakka, Greece
Lakka language, an Mbum language of Cameroon
Lakka, Sierra Leone

See also[edit]

Laka (disambiguation)
Lakkja

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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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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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1982 Grand Prix de Tennis de Toulouse

1982 Grand Prix de Tennis de Toulouse

Date
6 December – 12 December

Edition
1st

Category
Grand Prix

Surface
Carpet / Indoor

Location
Toulouse, France

Champions

Singles

Yannick Noah[1]

Doubles

Pavel Složil / Tomáš Šmíd[1]

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The 1982 Grand Prix de Tennis de Toulouse was a men’s tennis tournament played on Indoor Carpet in Toulouse, France that was part of the Grand Prix series of the 1982 Grand Prix tennis circuit. It was the first edition of the tournament and was held from 6 December – 12 December.

Contents

1 Champions

1.1 Singles
1.2 Doubles

2 References

Champions[edit]
Singles[edit]
Main article: 1982 Grand Prix de Tennis de Toulouse – Singles
Yannick Noah def. Tomáš Šmíd, 6–3, 6–2.
Doubles[edit]
Main article: 1982 Grand Prix de Tennis de Toulouse – Doubles
Pavel Složil / Tomáš Šmíd def. Jean-Louis Haillet / Yannick Noah, 6–4, 6–4.
References[edit]

^ a b “1982 Toulouse”. International Tennis Federation. Retrieved 4 January 2015. 

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