Vivier

Vivier is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Basie Vivier, (1927–2009), South African rugby union footballer
Claude Vivier, (1948–1983), Canadian composer
Jacques Vivier, (b. 1930), French professional cyclist
Robert Vivier, (1894–1989), Belgian poet and writer
Roger Vivier, (1907–1998), French fashion designer who specialized in shoes

See also[edit]

Viviers

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Dulegaunda

Dulegaunda
दुलेगौंडा

Village development committee

Dulegaunda

Location in Nepal

Coordinates: 28°04′N 84°05′E / 28.07°N 84.09°E / 28.07; 84.09Coordinates: 28°04′N 84°05′E / 28.07°N 84.09°E / 28.07; 84.09

Country
   Nepal

Zone
Gandaki Zone

District
Tanahun District

Population (1991)

 • Total
7,412

Time zone
Nepal Time (UTC+5:45)

Dulegaunda is a town and market center in Shuklagandaki Municipality in Tanahun District in the Gandaki Zone of central Nepal. The formerly Village Development Committee was merged to form the new municipality since 18 May 2014. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 7412 people living in 1507 individual households.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Nepal Census 2001”, Nepal’s Village Development Committees, Digital Himalaya, archived from the original on 12 October 2008, retrieved 15 November 2009 .

External links[edit]

UN map of the municipalities of Tanahu District

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Hay House (disambiguation)

Hay House is a book publisher located in California.
It may also refer to:

Johnston-Felton-Hay House, Macon, Georgia, a U.S. National Historic Landmark often known as Hay House
Hay-Morrison House, Salem, Indiana, listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Dr. J.A. Hay House, La Grange, Missouri, listed on the NRHP in Lewis County, Missouri
Hay Estate (The Fells), Newbury, New Hampshire, NRHP-listed
Hay-McKinney and Bingham-Hanna House, Cleveland, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Cleveland, Ohio
Hay house is a rare term for a hay barn

See also[edit]

Hays House (disambiguation)
Hayes House (disambiguation)

This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Hay House.
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Adam Kszczot

Adam Kszczot

Personal information

Nationality
Polish

Born
(1989-09-02) 2 September 1989 (age 27)
Opoczno, Poland

Height
1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)

Weight
68 kg (150 lb)

Sport

Sport
Track and field

Event(s)
800 metres

Club
RKS Łódź

Coached by
Stanisław Jaszczak (–2012)
Zbigniew Król (2012–)

Achievements and titles

Personal best(s)
400 metres: 46.51[1]
800 metres: 1:43.30[1]

Medal record

Representing  Poland

Men’s athletics

Event
1st
2nd
3rd

Olympic Games
0
0
0

World Championships
0
1
0

World Indoor Championships
0
1
1

European Championships
2
0
1

European Indoor Championships
2
0
0

European Team Championships
2
1
1

European Athletics U23 Championships
2
0
0

Total
8
3
3

World Championships

2015 Beijing
800 m

World Indoor Championships

2014 Sopot
800 m

2010 Doha
800 m

IAAF World Relays

2014 Nassau
4 x 800 m

2015 Nassau
4× 800 m

European Championships

2014 Zürich
800 m

2016 Amsterdam
800 m

2010 Barcelona
800 m

European Indoor Championships

2011 Paris
800 m

2013 Gothenburg
800 m

European Team Championships

2011 Stockholm
800 m

2013 Gateshead
800 m

2014 Braunschweig
800 m

2015 Cheboksary
800 m

European Athletics U23 Championships

2009 Kaunas
800 m

2011 Ostrava
800 m

European Junior Championships

2007 Ljubljana
800 m

Adam Kszczot (pronounced [ˈadam ˈkʂt͡ʂɔt]; born 2 September 1989) is a Polish middle-distance runner, who specializes in the 800 metres. His biggest achievements include silver medals at the 2014 World Indoor Championships and 2015 World Championships in addition to multiple medals on European level. He twice competed at the Olympic Games, in 2012 and 2016, narrowly missing the final on both occasions.

Contents

1 Personal life
2 Career
3 Competition record
4 References
5 External links

Personal life[edit]
Kszczot was born 2 September 1989 in Opoczno. He worked at his parents’ farm when he was young.
Career[edit]
Kszczot reached the international level after competing in local and then national events. He won the bronze medal at 2007 European Junior Championships, finished fourth at the 2008 World Junior Championships and won the 2009 European U23 Championships. He finished fourth at the 2009 European Indoor Championships competed at the 2009 World Championships without reaching the final.
Kszczot won the bronze medal at the 2010 World Indoor Championships a

Mezná (Tábor District)

Mezná

Municipality

Mezná

Coordinates: 49°15′44″N 14°47′38″E / 49.26222°N 14.79389°E / 49.26222; 14.79389Coordinates: 49°15′44″N 14°47′38″E / 49.26222°N 14.79389°E / 49.26222; 14.79389

Country
 Czech Republic

Region
South Bohemian

District
Tábor

Area

 • Total
5.07 km2 (1.96 sq mi)

Elevation
443 m (1,453 ft)

Population (2006)

 • Total
107

 • Density
21/km2 (55/sq mi)

Postal code
391 27

Mezná is a village and municipality (obec) in Tábor District in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.
The municipality covers an area of 5.07 square kilometres (1.96 sq mi), and has a population of 107 (as at 3 July 2006).
Mezná lies approximately 20 kilometres (12 mi) south-east of Tábor, 40 km (25 mi) north-east of České Budějovice, and 96 km (60 mi) south of Prague.
References[edit]

Czech Statistical Office: Municipalities of Tábor District

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Towns, městyse and villages of Tábor District

Balkova Lhota
Bechyně
Bečice
Běleč
Borkovice
Borotín
Bradáčov
Březnice
Budislav
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Choustník
Chrbonín
Chýnov
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Dolní Hrachovice
Dráchov
Drahov
Dražice
Dražičky
Drhovice
Haškovcova Lhota
Hlasivo
Hlavatce
Hodětín
Hodonice
Jedlany
Jistebnice
Katov
Klenovice
Komárov
Košice
Košín
Krátošice
Krtov
Libějice
Lom
Malšice
Mažice
Meziříčí
Mezná
Mladá Vožice
Mlýny
Myslkovice
Nadějkov
Nasavrky
Nemyšl
Nová Ves u Chýnova
Nová Ves u Mladé Vožice
Oldřichov
Opařany
Planá nad Lužnicí
Pohnánec
Pohnání
Pojbuky
Přehořov
Psárov
Radenín
Radimovice u Tábora
Radimovice u Želče
Radkov
Rataje
Ratibořské Hory
Řemíčov
Řepeč
Řípec
Rodná
Roudná
Šebířov
Sedlečko u Soběslavě
Sezimovo Ústí
Skalice
Skopytce
Skrýchov u Malšic
Slapsko
Slapy
Smilovy Hory
Soběslav
Stádlec
Sudoměřice u Bechyně
Sudoměřice u Tábora
Sviny
Svrabov
Tábor
Třebějice
Tučapy
Turovec
Ústrašice
Val
Vesce
Veselí nad Lužnicí
Vilice
Vlastiboř
Vlčeves
Vlkov
Vodice
Zadní Střítež
Záhoří
Zálší
Želeč
Zhoř u Mladé Vožice
Zhoř u Tábora
Žíšov
Zlukov
Zvěrotice

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Egidijus Kavaliauskas

Egidijus Kavaliauskas

Statistics

Real name
Egidijus Kavaliauskas

Rated at
Light Welterweight

Height
5 ft 9 in (175 cm)

Reach
71 in (180 cm)

Nationality
Lithuanian

Born
(1988-06-29) June 29, 1988 (age 28)
Kaunas, Lithuania

Stance
Orthodox

Boxing record

Total fights
15

Wins
15

Wins by KO
12

Losses
0

Draws
0

No contests
0

Egidijus Kavaliauskas

Medal record

Representing  Lithuania

Men’s boxing

World Championships

2011 Baku
Welterweight

Egidijus Kavaliauskas (born June 29, 1988 in Kaunas, Lithuania) is an undefeated Lithuanian professional boxer in the Light Welterweight division. Kavaliauskas represented Lithuania at the 2008 and 2012 Olympics Games.[1][2] Egidijus is trained by former IBF World Champion boxer Roberto García.[3]

Contents

1 Amateur career
2 Professional boxing record
3 References
4 External links

Amateur career[edit]

2004 – Cadet European Champs (Saratov, RUS) 3rd place – 52 kg.
2005 – Cadet European Champs (Siofok, HUN) 3rd place – 54 kg.
2005 – Lithuania Junior National Champs 3rd place – 54 kg.
2006 – Danas Pozniakas Junior Tournament (Vilnius, LTU) 1st place – 60 kg.
2006 – Lithuania Senior National Champs 2nd place – 60 kg.
2006 – Brandenburg Junior Tournament (Frankfurt an der Oder, GER) 3rd place – 60 kg.
2007 – Algirdas Socikas Tournament (Kaunas, LTU) 1st place – 60 kg.
2007 – Grand Prix Ostrava (Ostrava, CZE) 3rd place – 64 kg.
2007 – Slovakian Grand Prix (Vranov nad Toplou, SVK) 1st place – 69 kg.
2008 – Bocskai Tournament (Debrecen, HUN) 3rd place – 64 kg Lost to Alexis Vastine (FRA) 13:10 in the semifinal; Won against Harun Sipahi (GER) 16:6 in the quarterfinal; Won against Tamas Balogh (HUN) RSC 4th round in the first preliminary round.
2008 – Lithuania Senior National Champs 1st place.
2008 – 1st European Olympic Qualification Tournament (Pescara, ITA) 3rd place – 64 kg Lost to Gyula Kate (HUN) 18:10 in the semifinal; Won against Boris Katalinic (CRO) 13:4 in the quarterfinal; Won against Aslanbek Kozayev (BLR) 17:9 in the second round; Won against Jussi Koivula (FIN) 23:5 in the first round.
2008 – 2nd European Olympic Qualification Tournament (Athens, GRE) 2nd place – 64 kg Lost to John Joe Joyce (IRL) RSCI 2nd round in the final; Won against Boris Katalinic (CRO) 11:5 in the semifinal; Won against Levan Gvamichava (GEO) 17:8 in the quarterfinal; Won aga

Beatlejuice

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Beatlejuice

Brad Delp after a show in Salem, New Hampshire

Background information

Also known as
Beatlejuice and Friends

Years active
1994–present

Associated acts
Boston
Farrenheit
The Fools
Juice in the Machine
Velvet Elvis

Members
Steve Baker
Joe Holaday
Dave Mitchell
John “Muzz” Muzzy

Past members
Brad Delp (Deceased)
Peter DiStefano
Bob Squires

Beatlejuice is a New England-based Beatles cover band that initially featured Brad Delp, former front-man of the band Boston, on vocals, and has continued with other members since Delp’s death in 2007.[1]

Contents

1 Biography
2 Members
3 Related Bands
4 References
5 External links

Biography[edit]
Beatlejuice began in 1994 when John Muzzy and Brad Delp saw Bob Squires’ Beatles cover band Merseyside play in Newburyport, Massachusetts and they decided to start their own band. Beatlejuice played regularly at venues throughout New England until lead singer Brad Delp died on March 9, 2007 at his home in Atkinson, New Hampshire at the age of 55.
After Delp’s death, the band continued to perform, using the name Beatlejuice and Friends, beginning with memorial concerts for Delp at the Regent Theatre in Arlington, Massachusetts.[2][3] Some performers include Jimmy Rogers of Velvet Elvis, and Mike Girard of The Fools. Dave Mitchell, the guitarist in the band, works as a guitar teacher in Nashua, New Hampshi

Babari Banda railway station

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Babari Banda railway station
بابری بندہ ریلوے اسٹیشن

Owned by
Ministry of Railways

Other information

Station code
BJB[1]

History

Previous names
Great Indian Peninsula Railway

Babari Banda railway station (Urdu: بابری بندہ ریلوے اسٹیشن‎) is located in Pakistan.
See also[edit]

List of railway stations in Pakistan
Pakistan Railways

References[edit]

^ “(untitled)”. Pakistan Railways. Archived from the original on 2014-02-24. [full citation needed]

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Railway stations in Pakistan

Railway stations by province

Balochistan

Aab-e-gum
Ahmedwal
Alam Reg
Azad
Bakhtiarabad Domki
Beleli
Bostan
Chaman
Dalbandin
Damboli
Dera Allah Yar
Dera Murad Jamali
Dingra
Dozan
Galangur
Gat
Gulistan
Hirok
Khan Muhammad Chah
Kishingi
Koh-e-Taftan
Kolpur
Kuchlak
Mach
Mangoli
Mirjaveh
Mushkaf
Nok Kundi
Nushki
Nuttall
Padag Road
Perak
Pehro Kunri
Panir
Peshi
Qilla Abdullah
Quetta
Sar-i-Ab
Sheikh Mandah
Sheikh Wasil
Sibi Junction
Spezand Junction
Shela Bagh
Tozghi
Wali Khan
Yakmach
Yaru

Tribal Areas

Shahgai
Landi Khana
Landi Kotal

Capital Territory

Islamabad
Golra Sharif Junction

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Akora Khattak
Baldher
Burhan
Charsadda
Faqirabad
Hayat Sher Pao Shahid
Haripur Hazara
Havelian
Jamrud
Jhangira Road
Khairabad Kund
Khushhal
Kot Najib Ullah
Mardan Junction
Nasarpur
Nowshera Junction
Peshawar City
Peshawar Cantonment
Pir Piai
Pabbi
Rumian
Sanjwal
Serai Saleh
Taru Jabba

Punjab

Attock City Junction
Attock Khurd
Bahawalpur
Chiniot
Faisalabad
Gujar Khan
Gujrat
Jallo
Jhang Sadar
Khanewal Junction
Khanpur
Lahore Junction
Lahore Cantonment
Liaquat Pur
Moghalpura Junction
Mudduki
Multan Cantonment
Rahim Yar Khan
Rawalpindi
Sargodha Junction
Sialkot Junction
Tariqabad
Vehari
Wagah

Sindh

Abad
Allahdino Sand
Arian Road
Badin
Bandhi
Begmanji
Bhiria Road
Bholari
Bin Qasim
Braudabad
Bucheri
Chor
Dabheji
Daharki
Dandot
Daur
Departure Yard
Detha
Drigh Road
Gambat
Ghotki
Gosarji
Habib Kot
Hyderabad Junction
Jacobabad Junction
Jalal Marri
Jamrao Junction
Jhimpir
Jummah Goth
Jungshahi
Karachi Cantonment
Karachi City
Khairpur
Khokhrapar
Kiamari
Kotri Junction
Kot Lalloo
Lakha Road
Landhi Junction
Lundo
Machi Goth
Mando Dairo
Mahesar
Mahr

Pershing LLC

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Pershing LLC

Founded
January 1, 1939 (1939-01-01)

Headquarters
Jersey City, New Jersey, United States

Key people

Lisa Dolly, Chief Executive Officer
Brian Shea, Chairman[1]

Products
Financial services

Website
http://www.pershing.com

Pershing LLC is a subsidiary of The Bank of New York Mellon. Pershing has nearly $1 trillion in assets under administration. The Bank of New York Mellon has more than $25 trillion in assets in custody.
History[edit]
The firm was founded on January 1, 1939,[2] as Pershing & Company with $200,000 in capital. The firm’s original senior partners were Van Burger, Sr., Ed Cohan, Lou Froehlich, Dave Foster, and its namesake — Warren “Jack” Pershing, the only son of celebrated World War I General of the Armies, John J. Pershing.[2]
In the year 2000 Credit Suisse First Boston, the capital markets division of Credit Suisse, assumed control of Pershing when it purchased Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette and its subsidiaries.
In 2003 BNY Mellon acquired Pershing LLC, the United States’ second-largest trade clearinghouse at the time from CSFB.[3]
References[edit]

^ “Management Team”. pershing.com. Retrieved June 22, 2011. 
^ a b “History and Heritage”. pershing.com. Retrieved June 22, 2011. 
^ “Bank of New York Acquires CSFB’s Pershing For $2 Billion”. TheStreet.com. January 8, 2003. Retrieved 14 January 2015. 

External links[edit]

Pershing
Albridge – an affiliate of Pershing

Alice: A True Story

Alice: A True Story

Directed by
Anil Das

Produced by
Baby Thotian

Written by
Anil Das

Starring
Rahul Madhav
Priyamani
Prathap Pothan

Music by
Bijibal

Cinematography
M J Radhakrishnan

Edited by
K. Rajagopal

Production
company

Continental Star

Release date

21 February 2014 (2014-02-21)

Country
India

Language
Malayalam

Alice: A True Story is a Malayalam psychological film scripted and Directed by Anil Das. The Film is about a woman who develops a split personality – a condition called fugue. It is the first time that this subject was addressed in Indian Cinema.
Cast[edit]

Rahul Madhav as Melvin Immanuel
Priyamani as Sivaranjini & Alice
Prathap Pothen as Dr Sivapanchanathan
Sreeraman as Sabapathi

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