Subalpine forest

It has been suggested that this article be merged into Montane ecology#Subalpine zone. (Discuss) Proposed since August 2014. Subalpine forest is a vegetation type generally found in the Subalpine zone, typically above an upper montane forest in the upper montane zone, and below the alpine zone.[1][2] Rocky Mountains[edit]This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. (August 2014) Sierra Nevada[edit] Subalpine forest in the Sierra Nevada range is characterized by an overstory of white bark pine, lodgepole pine, mountain hemlock, and an understory of shrubs including white heather and red heather.[2] References[edit] ^ Plant Communities of the Pike and San Isabel National Forests in South-Central Colorado, USDA Forest Service, David C. Powell; Forest Silviculturist, Sept. 2011, [1] ^ a b Sierra Nevada Wildflowers, Karen Wiese, 2nd E., 2013, p. 17This botany article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Robert E. Kay

Robert E. Kay (August 3, 1916 – January 24, 1990) was an American Republican Party politician who served in the New Jersey State Senate and in the New Jersey General Assembly. He was a graduate of Duke University and the South Jersey Law School. He served in the U.S. Air Force during World War II. Kay was elected to the State Assembly in 1953, representing Cape May County, and was re-elected in 1955 an 1957. He did not seek re-election in 1959, but was again elected in 1963. He was not a candidate for re-election in 1965.[1] Kay was elected State Senator in 1967, narrowly defeating Democrat Robert Halpin by a 51%-49% margin.[2] He did not run for a second term in 1971. References[edit] ^ Fitzgerald’s Legislative Manual of New Jersey. Joseph J. Gribbons. 1972.  ^ “Our Campaigns”. Retrieved 7 December 2014. . thanks wikipedia.

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Lead Balloon

Lead BalloonLead Balloon Series 1 title card. The misspelling of “balloon” was a genuine mistake by director Alex Hardcastle.[1]Genre Situation comedy Created by Jack Dee Pete Sinclair Directed by Alex Hardcastle Starring Jack Dee Raquel Cassidy Sean Power Anna Crilly Antonia Campbell-Hughes Tony Gardner Rasmus Hardiker Ending theme “One Way Road” by Paul Weller/Written by Noel Gallagher Country of origin United Kingdom Original language(s) English No. of series 4 No. of episodes 27 (list of episodes) Production Executive producer(s) Addison Cresswell Andrew Beint Lucy Lumsden Producer(s) Alex Hardcastle Editor(s) Russell Beeden Camera setup Single-camera Running time approx. 29 mins. per episode Release Original network BBC Four (2006) BBC Two (2007 – 2011) Picture format 1080i HDTV Original release 4 October 2006 – 5 July 2011 External links Website Lead Balloon is a British television series produced by Open Mike Productions for BBC Four. The series was created and is co-written by comedian Jack Dee and Pete Sinclair. It stars Dee as Rick Spleen (Formally Rick Shaw), a cynical and misanthropic comedian whose life is plagued by petty annoyances, disappointments and embarrassments. Raquel Cassidy, Sean Power and Tony Gardner also star. The first series of six episodes was broadcast on BBC Four in 2006, with the first episode achieving the highest ratings for a comedy on the channel. Repeats of the series were run on BBC Two and BBC HD, bringing it to a larger audience. The second series of eight episodes aired on BBC Two from November 2007; the third series aired from November 2008; and the final series aired from 31 May 2011 until 5 July. Comparisons were made by critics to the successful American comedy Curb Your Enthusiasm, and positive comments were made about Lead Balloon’s characters, particularly Magda, the Eastern European housekeeper.[2] The first series was released on DVD in November 2007. The show’s theme tune is a cover version of “One Way Road”, written by Noel Gallagher and performed by Paul Weller.Contents 1 Production1.1 Development 1.2 Writing 1.3 Filming 2 Characters 3 Episodes 4 Reception 5 Series information5.1 Broadcast history 5.2 DVD releases 6 References 7 External linksProduction[edit] Development[edit] The genesis of the series came towards the end of recording the 2005 series of Jack Dee Live at the Apollo, when Dee speculated as to whether his experie. thanks wikipedia.

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Revenge (The Flying Luttenbachers album)

RevengeStudio album by The Flying Luttenbachers Released August 20, 1996 Recorded January 3, 1996 (1996-01-03)–January 5, 1996 (1996-01-05) at upEXPLODE Studios, Chicago, Illinois Genre Noise rock Length 38:46 Label Skin Graft Producer The Flying Luttenbachers The Flying Luttenbachers chronologyDestroy All Music (1995) Revenge (1996) Gods of Chaos (1998)Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Alternative Press [2] Revenge is the third album by The Flying Luttenbachers, released on August 20, 1996 through Skin Graft Records.[3]Contents 1 Track listing 2 Personnel 3 References 4 External linksTrack listing[edit] No. Title Length 1. “Storm of Shit”   4:25 2. “Spasms”   4:03 3. “Number Three”   2:24 4. “4,5,6”   3:14 5. “Clank”   4:08 6. “Murder Machine Muzak”   4:23 7. “Thoughts for Americans”   4:40 8. “Mercury Retrograde”   4:05 9. “Death Ray”   2:14 10. “The Holy Mountain”   5:10 Personnel[edit]The Flying Luttenbachers Chuck Falzone – guitar Bill Pisarri – bass guitar, violin, clarinet, cover art Weasel Walter – drums, cover art Production and additional personnel The Flying Luttenbachers – production Greg Gold – photography Mike Hagler – masteringReferences[edit] ^ York, William. “Revenge of the Flying Luttenbachers”. Allmusic. Retrieved April 15, 2013.  ^ columnist (January 1997). Alternative Press: 69.  Missing or empty |title= (help); |access-date= requires |url= (help) ^ Stern, Jeff (2007). “Flying Luttenbachers”. Trouser Press. Retrieved April 15, 2013.  External links[edit]Revenge at Discogs (list of releases)v t e The Flying LuttenbachersWeasel Walter Hal Russell Ken Vandermark Jeb Bishop Fred Lonberg-Holm Mick Barr Studio albumsConstructive Destruction (1994) Destroy All Music (1995) Revenge (1996) Gods of Chaos CD (1998) “..The Truth Is a Fucking Lie..” (1999) Live albumsDestructo Noise Explosion!: Live at WNUR 2-6-92 (1992) This 1990s rock album-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Édgar Velásquez

Edgar VelasquezPersonal information Full name Edgar Velasquez Nickname(s) “Plaga Loca” and “Kokusai” Nationality  Venezuela Born (1974-04-03) April 3, 1974 (age 42) Tucupita Sport Sport Boxing Rated at Light Flyweight Medal recordPan American Games1995 Mar del Plata Light FlyweightEdgar Velásquez (born 3 April 1974 in Tucupita) is a retired boxer from Venezuela. He competed in the men’s light flyweight (– 48 kg) division during the early 1990s.[1] Velasquez is best known for having won the gold medal as an amateur in his weight category at the 1995 Pan American Games in Mar del Plata, Argentina. He made his professional debut on November 27, 1996, defeating Juanito Rubillar in the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan. References[edit] ^ Edgar Velásquez no pudo con Asloum 2005BoxRec Profile v t e Pan American Boxing Champions in Men’s Light Flyweight1971 – 2007: up to 48 kg 2011: up to 49 kg1971: Rafael Carbonell (CUB) 1975: Jorge Hernández (CUB) 1979: Hector Ramírez (CUB) 1983: Rafael Ramos (PUR) 1987: Luis Román Rolón (PUR) 1991: Rogelio Marcelo (CUB) 1995: Edgar Velasquez (VEN) 1999: Maikro Romero (CUB) 2003: Yan Bartelemí (CUB) 2007: Luis Yáñez (USA) 2011: Joselito Velázquez (MEX) This biographical article related to a Venezuelan boxer is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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University of San Diego (disambiguation)

University of San Diego refers to a private Roman Catholic university in San Diego, California. Three other educational institutions in San Diego have similar names and are often confused with one another:The University of California, San Diego, popularly known as UCSD, is one of ten campuses of the public University of California system; it has schools of medicine, pharmacy, and engineering, and is affiliated with the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. San Diego State University, popularly known as SDSU or San Diego State, is one of the 23 campuses of the public California State University system. San Diego City College, popularly known as “City College” within San Diego, is a community college offering general education courses and two-year associate degrees. It is a member of the public California Community College System system and is administered by the San Diego Community College District. This disambiguation page lists articles about schools, colleges, or other educational institutions which are associated with the same title. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. thanks wikipedia.

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Henry FitzAlan-Howard, 2nd Viscount FitzAlan of Derwent

This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2014) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Henry Edmund FitzAlan-Howard, 2nd Viscount FitzAlan of Derwent (born 30 October 1883, died 17 May 1962), was a British peer.Contents 1 Biography 2 Marriage & Children 3 Death 4 ReferencesBiography[edit] FitzAlan-Howard was the only son of Edmund FitzAlan-Howard, 1st Viscount FitzAlan of Derwent, second son of Henry Fitzalan-Howard, 14th Duke of Norfolk, and Lady Mary Bertie (1859–1938), daughter of Montagu Bertie, 7th Earl of Abingdon. He served as a Captain in the First World War and was wounded. After the war he was Assistant Private Secretary from 1921 to 1922 to his father, the last Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. He succeeded in the Viscountcy on his father’s death in 1947. Marriage & Children[edit] FitzAlan was married on 9 May 1922 to Joyce Elizabeth Mary Langdale (born 25 April 1898, died 1995), eldest daughter and heiress of Lt Col Philip Joseph Langdale, OBE, JP, DL of Houghton Hall, East Riding of Yorkshire.[1] They divorced in 1955, having had two daughters:[2]Hon Alathea Gwendoline Alys Mary Fitzalan-Howard (born 24 November 1923, died 5 March 2001), married Hon Edward Frederick Ward, a younger son of William Ward, 2nd Earl of Dudley. Hon Elizabeth Anne Marie Gabrielle Fitzalan-Howard (born 26 January 1934, died 20 March 1997), married Sir Vivyan Edward Naylor-Leyland, 3rd Baronet.Death[edit] Lord FitzAlan of Derwent died on 17 May 1962, aged 78. The Viscountcy became extinct on his death. References[edit]^ Debrett’s Peerage, 1968, p.739, Baron Manton ^ The Peerage, entry for 2nd Viscount FitzAlanPeerage of the United Kingdom Preceded by Edward FitzAlan-Howard Viscount FitzAlan of Derwent 1947–1962 Extinct This biography of a viscount in the peerage of the United Kingdom is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Abdullah Al-Mukhaini

This is an Arabic name; the family name is Al-Mukhaini.Abdullah Al-MukhainiPersonal information Full name Abdullah Thuwaini Al-Mukhaini Date of birth (1986-11-06) 6 November 1986 (age 29) Place of birth Sur, Oman Playing position Striker Club informationCurrent teamAl-Shabab Youth career 2002-2005 Sur Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 2005-2010 Sur ? (4) 2010-2013 Al-Oruba ? (14) 2013-2014 Al-Suwaiq ? (5) 2014- Al-Shabab National team 2011- Oman 3 (0)* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (goals) Abdullah Thuwaini Al-Mukhaini commonly known as Abdullah Al-Mukhaini (Arabic: عبد الله ثويني المخيني‎‎; born 6 November 1986) is an Omani footballer who plays for Al-Shabab Club in Oman Professional League.[1]Contents 1 Club career1.1 Club career statistics 2 International career 3 Honours3.1 Club 4 References 5 External linksClub career[edit] On 7 July 2014, he signed a one-year contract with Al-Shabab Club. Club career statistics[edit] Club Season Division League Cup Continental[a] Other Total Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Sur 2006–07 Omani League – 1 – 1 0 0 – 0 – 2 2007–08 – 1 – 1 0 0 – 0 – 2 2008–09 – 2 – 0 0 0 – 1 – 3 Total – 4 – 2 0 0 – 1 – 7 Al-Oruba 2010–11 Oman Elite League – 8 – 2 5 0 – 0 – 10 2011–12 – 3 – 0 2 2 – 0 – 3 2012–13 – 3 – 1 0 0 – 0 – 6 Total – 14 – 3 7 2 – 0 – 19 Al-Suwaiq 2013–14 Oman Professional League – 5 – 0 4 0 – 0 – 5 Total – 5 – 0 4 0 – 0 – 5 Career total – 23 – 5 11 2 – 1 – 31 ^ Includes appearances in the AFC Champions League and AFC Cup International career[edit] Abdullah was selected for the national team for the first time in 2011. He earned his first call-up for Oman on 15 November 2011 against Saudi Arabia in the Third Round of 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification.[2] Honours[edit] Club[edit]With Sur Sultan Qaboos Cup (1): 2007; Runners-up 2006 Omani Federation Cup (0): Runners-up 2007 Oman Super Cup (0): Runners-up 2008 With Al-Oruba Omani League (0): Runners-up 2010–11 Sultan Qaboos Cup (1): 2010 Oman Super Cup (1): 2011References[edit] ^ Abdullah Al-Mukhaini at ^ “Saudi Arabia VS Oman 0 – 0 Match Report”.  External links[edit]Abdullah AL MUKHAINI – FIFA competition record Abdullah Al-Mukhaini profile at Soccerway Abdullah Al-Mukhaini -. thanks wikipedia.

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1992 All-Big Ten Conference football team

The 1992 All-Big Ten Conference football team consists of American football players chosen as All-Big Ten Conference players for the 1992 NCAA Division I-A football season. The organizations selecting All-Big Ten teams in 1992 included the Associated Press (AP).[1] Only two players, Michigan running back Tyrone Wheatley and Purdue defensive tackle Jeff Zgonina were unanimously selected by the AP’s media panel. They were also named the Big Ten’s Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, respectively.[1] Wheatley led the conference with 1,357 rushing yards, 7.3 rushing yards per attempt, 1,502 yards from scrimmage and 16 touchdowns from scrimmage.[2] Simeon Rice of the Illinois Fighting Illini was selected as the Big Ten Freshman of the Year.[1] The undefeated 1992 Michigan Wolverines football team won the conference championship, compiled a 9–0–3 record, and landed eight players on the AP’s first-team All-Big Ten squad.[3] In addition to Wheatley, Michigan’s first-team honorees included quarterback Elvis Grbac who led the country with a 150.2 passing efficiency rating and led the conference with 18 total touchdowns and 17 passing touchdowns.[1][2] Michigan’s other first-team players included wide receiver Derrick Alexander, offensive linemen Steve Everitt, Joe Cocozzo, and Rob Doherty, defensive tackle/outside linebacker Chris Hutchinson and defensive back Corwin Brown.[1] Hutchinson was honored as the Big Ten Defensive Lineman of the Year, and Michigan head coach Gary Moeller was named the Big Ten Coach of the Year.[1] Ohio State and Iowa each landed three players on the AP’s first team. The Ohio State honorees were all defensive players: linebacker Steve Tovar, nose tackle Greg Smith and safety Roger Harper.[1] The Iowa honorees were tight end Alan Cross, defensive lineman Mike Wells, and defensive back Carlos James.[1] Iowa center Mike Devlin was also recognized as the Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year. Northwestern’s Lee Gissendaner was selected as a first-team receiver after leading the conference with 68 receptions and 846 receiving yards.[1][2]Contents 1 Offensive selections1.1 Quarterbacks 1.2 Running backs 1.3 Receivers 1.4 Tight ends 1.5 Centers 1.6 Guards 1.7 Tackles 2 Defensive selections2.1 Defensive linemen/outside linebackers 2.2 Linebackers 2.3 Defensive backs 3 Special teams3.1 Kickers 3.2 Punters 4 Other4.1 Offensive Player of the Year 4.2 Defensive Player of the Year 4.3 Freshman of the Year 4.4 Coach of the. thanks wikipedia.

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Mark Merenda

For the American marketing author and entrepreneur, see Mark Charles Merenda. Mark Merenda Personal information Date of birth (1975-10-29) 29 October 1975 (age 40) Original team(s) Osborne Park / West Perth Debut Round 12, 13 June 1994, Richmond v. Collingwood, at the MCG Height/Weight 180 cm / 81 kg Playing career1 Years Club Games (Goals) 1994–2000 2001–2002 Total Richmond West Coast 075 (62) 026 (26) 101 (88)1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 2002 season.Career highlightsRichmond reserves leading goalkicker 1994 Goal of the Year 2001Mark Merenda (born 29 October 1975) is a former Australian rules footballer who played in the Australian Football League (AFL). Merenda began his career with the West Perth Football Club in the West Australian Football League (WAFL). Debuting in 1994 with the Richmond Football Club, he was noted as a midfielder or small forward. At the end of the 2000 season, after being out of action at Richmond from Round 2 onwards, he was moved to his home state to play with the West Coast Eagles after 75 games with the Tigers. In 2001 he kicked the Goal of the Year in Round 3 against St Kilda. Back injuries plagued Merenda throughout his career and he was forced to retire at the end of the 2002 season. He is now involved with coaching at Claremont Football Club. Mark Merenda is of Siclian descent.[1] References[edit] ^ Italian Team of the Century – Player DetailsHogan P: The Tigers Of Old, Richmond FC, Melbourne 1996External links[edit]Mark Merenda’s profile on the official website of the West Coast Eagles Mark Merenda’s statistics from AFL Tablesv t e Western Australian team – 1996 State of OriginBall Bandy Banfield Clape Connell Cummings Donnelly Hall Hart Jakovich Jones Dale Kickett Derek Kickett Laidley McIntosh McKenna (c) Merenda Mitchell O’Reilly Prior Schofield WhiteCoach: Glendinning v t e Western Australian team – 1997 State of OriginBandy Bell Burton Callaghan Chick Clement Cook Cummings Gaspar Jakovich Krummel Mann Peter Matera Phillip Matera Merenda McKenna (c) Prior Symmons Toia Treleven Turnbull WinmarCoach: Glendinning v t e AFL Goal of the Year2001: Merenda 2002: Akermanis 2003: Kerr 2004: Wells 2005: Judd 2006: Betts 2007: Lloyd 2008: Davis 2009: Rioli 2010: Franklin 2011: Ballantyne 2012: Yarran 2013: Franklin 2014: White 2015: Betts v. thanks wikipedia.

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