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Qışlaq, Aşağı Amburdərə

Qışlaq is a village in the municipality of Aşağı Amburdərə in the Lerik Rayon of Azerbaijan.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Belediyye Informasiya Sistemi” (in Azerbaijani). Archived from the original on September 24, 2008. 

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Lerik Rayon

Capital: Lerik

Ağqışlaq
Akuşapeştə
Almu
Ambu
Andurma
Anzolu
Aran
Arta
Aşağı Amburdərə
Aşağı Bilnə
Aşağı Bradi
Axunahiran
Babagil
Babaküçə
Barzavu
Bibiyoni
Blaband
Bilavər
Bobla
Boykəndil
Bradi
Bülüdül
Burkandul
Bürsülüm
Buruq
Büzeyir
Camanşəir
Çayrud
Cəngəmiran
Cəngənəvud
Çeşman
Çokərə
Conu
Dangyaband
Davaradibi
Davıdonu
Dəstər
Dico
Digah
Digov
Digovdərə
Divağac
Dızdipok
Durğan
Əliabad
Əliabad
Əncəqov
Ərdəbilə
Əvilə
Gəndov
Gövdərə
Günəşli
Hamarat
Hamarmeşə
Haran
Hilədərə
Hıramo
Hivəri
Hovari
Hovil
Hübi
Hücü
Hüseynabad
Jindi
Kekonu
Kələxan
Kəlvəz
Ker
Keskon
Khush
Kıncıvo
Kirabin
Kirəvud
Köhnə Orand
Kornədi
Küman
Kürdəsər
Küsəkəran
Laman
Ləkər
Lələdulan
Lələkəran
Lərmərud
Livədirgə
Loda
Lüləkəran
Mastail
Məhləabad
Mistan
Molalan
Monidigah
Murya
Musavar
Naftonu
Namekyash
Nısa
Nisli
Nısovyədi
Nizhniy Gyaduk
Noda
Nücü
Nüravud
Nüsomurya
Nüvədi
Orand
Ordahal
Osnağaküçə
Osyedərə
Pendi
Peştətük
Piran
Pirəsora
Pirəsora
Pirzəkücə
Piyəküçə
Qadimkücə
Qələbin
Qələbın
Qəvoy
Qılqılov
Qırxıncı
Qışlaq
Qışlaq
Qışlaq
Qosələr
Qosmalyan
Qucu
Rəzəvül
Rəzgov
Rvarud
Shivlya
Şifəkəran
Şinəbənd
Şingədulan
Sipyəreğon
Şivlə
Siyov
Şonaçola
Sors
Soru
Sorsçay
Tatoni
Təbrizli
Təndul
Təngəbin
Tikəbənd
Tülü
Tusova
Vamazğon
Vələçola
Vənədi
Veri
Verkhniy Gyaduk
Vıjaker
Vistən
Vizəzəmin
Vov
Xanəgah
Xəlfəhonu
Xəlfəkücə
Xəlfəlikənd
Xocadoy
Xozavi
Yuxarı Amburdərə
Yuxarı Bilnə
Yuxarı Bradi
Yuxarı Velik
Zardoni
Zenonu
Zərdəbərə
Zərigümaco
Zeynəko
Zövnə
Züvüc

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57th Air Division

57th Air Division

B-52H Stratofortress of the division’s 28th Bombardment Wing

Active
1940–1941; 1942–1945; 1951–1969; 1975–1991

Country
 United States

Branch
 United States Air Force

Role
Command of strategic strike forces

Engagements
Mediterranean Theater of Operations

Insignia

57th Air Division emblem (Approved 7 April 1954)[1]

The 57th Air Division is an inactive United States Air Force unit. Its last assignment was with the Fifteenth Air Force, based at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota. It was inactivated on 24 June 1991.

Contents

1 History
2 Lineage

2.1 Assignments
2.2 Components

2.2.1 Wings
2.2.2 Groups

2.3 Stations
2.4 Campaigns
2.5 Emblem
2.6 Aircraft and missiles

3 See also
4 References

4.1 Notes
4.2 Bibliography

History[edit]
“Established as the 8th Pursuit Wing, it conducted training from 1940 to 1941. As a paper unit, it moved to India and then to Egypt in December 1942.”[1]
It finally gained personnel and aircraft, and became operational as the 57 Bombardment Wing in March 1944. “Initially, the 57th flew close air support missions against enemy troops and gun emplacements in the vicinity of Anzio, Italy; later, it flew bombing missions against railway marshalling yards at Foligno, Littoria, and Terni, Italy. Between 19 March 1944 and 11 May 1944 the 57th took part in Operation Strangle to destroy Italian marshalling yards, railroad repair facilities and other rail targets such as bridges, tunnels, and viaducts. It continued to fly close air support and interdiction missions in Italy throughout the war, and supported the invasion of southern France on 15 August 1944.”[1] The unit was inactivated at the end of the war.
Reactivated as an intermediate command echelon of Strategic Air Command in 1951, the 57th Air Division assumed a supervisory role of subordinate bombardment units. “Its units trained to conduct long range bombardment, air refueling, and strategic reconnaissance operations around the world. Between 1965 and 1969, division units supported Operation Arc Light bombing and Operation Young Tiger air refueling operations in Southeast Asia. In 1980 the 57th reorganized to employ Strategic Air Command conventional strategic forces (bomber, tanker, and reconnaissance) in crisis situations worldwide.”[1]
It was inactivated in June 1991[1] due to budget constraints and the reduction of forces after the end of the Cold War.
Lineage[edit]

Established as the 8th Pursuit Wing on 19 Oct

Roods Landing Site

Roods Landing Site
9 SW 1

Roods Creek Landing Recreation Area, location of the Roods Creek Mounds.

Shown within Georgia (U.S. state)

Location
Omaha, Georgia, Stewart County, Georgia,  USA

Region
Stewart County, Georgia

Coordinates
32°1′28.02″N 85°2′39.98″W / 32.0244500°N 85.0444389°W / 32.0244500; -85.0444389

History

Cultures
Middle Woodland, South Appalachian Mississippian culture

Site notes

Architecture

Architectural styles
platform mound

Architectural details
Number of temples:

Roods Landing Site

U.S. National Register of Historic Places

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Area
100 acres (40.5 ha)

NRHP Reference #
75000609[1]

Added to NRHP
August 19, 1975

Responsible body: Private

The Roods Landing Site or Roods Creek Mounds (9SW1) is an archaeological site located south of Omaha, Stewart County, Georgia, United States at the confluence of Rood Creek and the Chattahoochee River. It is a Middle Woodland / Mississippian period Pre-Columbian complex of earthen mounds. It was entered on the National Register of Historic Places on August 19, 1975.[1]

Contents

1 Site description
2 Excavations
3 See also
4 References

Site description[edit]
The location is a large multimound site with eight platform mounds. The largest mound at the site is Mound A, at 7.6 metres (25 ft) in height, with a base, and summit measuring 44.2 metres (145 ft) by 38.1 metres (125 ft). This summit had 3 wattle and daub structures and was covered with a surface of yellow clay with a raised 60-to-90-centimetre (2.0 to 3.0 ft) lip forming a parapet around the edge of the summit. Structure 1 was located at the center of the summit and the other structures were arranged around it to either side. The mound had two ramps leading from the summit (with openings in the clay parapet structure) to the ground level, each measuring 15.2 metres (50 ft) in length, 4.5 metres (15 ft) in width where they join the summit, and 7.6 metres (25 ft) where they meet ground level. One faced northwest on a plaza opposite Mound E, the other lead to the southwest.[2]
Excavations[edit]
Clarence Bloomfield Moore attempted to excavate the site. It reminded him of Moundville which it somewhat resembles. However, he was denied permission. The site was excavated in 1955 by Joseph Caldwell but has not been excavated since.[2] It is

San Estanislao, Bolívar

San Estanislao, Bolívar

Municipality and town

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Location of the municipality and town of San Estanislao, Bolívar in the Bolívar Department of Colombia

Country
 Colombia

Department
Bolívar Department

Time zone
Colombia Standard Time (UTC-5)

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San Estanislao de Kostka is a town and municipality located in the Bolívar Department, northern Colombia.
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San Estanislao is also informally known as Arenal by the locals, Arenal is Spanish for “sand”, which earned its nickname in result that the town accumulates high amounts of sand during rain and wind. A mission was established on the present site in 1650. Access to the town can be challenging as the roads that access the town are unpaved and often water-logged after long periods of rain. Inhabitants of San Estanislao generally support themselves through family farms yielding a variety of produce and meat products, which are they often trade amongst themselves. The people of San Estanislao are known to be very humble and hard working.

Contents

1 Location
2 Population
3 Climate
4 References

Location[edit]
San Estanislao is located alongside the northeastern side of the Dique Canal 16 meters (55 feet) above sea level. Nearest major metropolitan municipalities are Barranquilla to the north by northeast, and Cartagena to the west. The town of Soplaviento is located across the canal from San Estanislao.
Population[edit]
30,000
Climate[edit]
The average temperature is approximately 35.0’C (95.0’F) during the day, 23.9’C (75.0’F) at night, and is generally the same most of the calendar year.

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Municipalities in the Bolivar Department

Achí
Altos del Rosario
Arenal del Sur
Arjona
Arroyo Hondo
Barranco de Loba
Calamar
Cantagallo
Carmen de Bolívar
Cartagena
Cicuco
Clemencia
Córdoba
El Guamo
Hatillo de Loba
Magangué
Mahates
Margarita
María La Baja
Santa Cruz de Mompox
Montecristo
Morales
Norosí
El Peñón
Pinillos
Regidor
Rio Viejo
San Cristóbal
San Estanislao
San Fernando
San Jacinto
San Jacinto del Cauca
San Juan Nepomuceno
San Martín de Loba
San Pablo
Santa Catalina
Santa Rosa
Simití
Soplaviento
Talaiga Nuevo
Tiquisio
Turbaco
Turbana
Villanueva
Zambrano
Santa Rosa del Sur

Coordinates:
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Lothar Osiander

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Lothar Osiander

Personal information

Full name
Lothar Osiander

Date of birth
(1939-11-08) November 8, 1939 (age 77)

Place of birth
Munich, Germany

Playing position
Midfielder

Club information

Current team

Retired

Youth career

Years
Team

1964–1965
City College of San Francisco

1966–1967
University of San Francisco

Teams managed

California Surf (assistant)

-1985
San Francisco Greek-Americans

1986–1988
United States

1988–1992
United States U23

-1991
San Francisco Bay Blackhawks (assistant)

1992
Palo Alto Firebirds

1995
Atlanta Ruckus

1996–1997
Los Angeles Galaxy

1998–1999
Tampa Bay Mutiny (assistant)

1999
Project 40

1999–2000
San Jose Clash/Earthquakes

-2007
San Francisco Greek-Americans

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of June 22, 2006

Lothar Osiander (born November 8, 1939) is a German soccer coach who has served as head coach to the U.S. national and Olympic teams as well as the Atlanta Ruckus, Los Angeles Galaxy and San Jose Clash.
Biography[edit]
Osiander moved to the United States with his family in 1958, settling in the San Francisco area. He attended Mission High School. After graduating from high school, he first attended the City College of San Francisco, then the University of San Francisco where he played on the men’s soccer team under legendary coach Steve Negoesco. In 1966, the Dons won the NCAA Men’s Soccer Championship. Osiander graduated with degrees in physical education and Spanish in 1968. By that time he had become a U.S. citizen, gaining his citizenship in 1965.
Osiander was an assistant coach with the California Surf of the North American Soccer League (NASL).
Osiander eventually returned to San Francisco, becoming a waiter at Graziano’s, a local restaurant, while playing and coaching in the city’s highly competitive soccer leagues. In 1985, he coached a semi-pro club, the San Francisco Greek-Americans, to the National Challenge Cup title.
By that time, Osiander was well known on the national coaching scene. Back in 1974, the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) had hired Osiander as part of its coaching staff.
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Chorley Borough Council election, 2016

The 2016 Chorley Borough Council election took place on 5 May 2016 to elect members of Chorley Borough Council in England.[1] This was on the same day as other local elections.

Contents

1 Council make-up
2 Election result
3 Results map
4 Wards

4.1 Adlington and Anderton
4.2 Brindle and Hoghton ward
4.3 Chorley East ward
4.4 Chorley North East ward
4.5 Chorley North West ward
4.6 Chorley South East ward
4.7 Chorley South West ward
4.8 Clayton-le-Woods and Whittle-le-Woods ward
4.9 Clayton-le-Woods North ward
4.10 Coppull ward
4.11 Eccleston and Mawdesley ward
4.12 Euxton North ward
4.13 Heath Charnock and Rivington ward
4.14 Lostock ward
4.15 Wheelton and Withnell ward

5 References

Council make-up[edit]
After the election, the composition of the council was:

Party political make-up of Chorley Council

  
Party
Seats
Current Council (2016)

2010
2011
2012
2014
2015
2016

 
Labour
15
20
24
32
30
30
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
Conservative
27
23
20
13
14
14
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
Independent
2
2
2
2
3
3
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
Lib Dems
3
2
1
0
0
0
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Election result[edit]

Chorley Local Election Result 2016

Party
Seats
Gains
Losses
Net gain/loss
Seats %
Votes %
Votes
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La bisarca

La bisarca

Directed by
Giorgio Simonelli

Written by
Pietro Garinei
Sandro Giovannini
Dino Maiuri
Mario Amendola
Ruggero Maccari
Vittorio Metz

Music by
Gino Filippini

Cinematography
Sergio Pesce

Edited by
Giuseppe Vari

Release date

1950 (1950)

Language
Italian

La bisarca is a 1950 Italian science fiction-comedy film directed by Giorgio Simonelli. It is based on a radio program with the same name.[1][2]
Cast[edit]

Peppino De Filippo: Toni La Motta
Lída Baarová: Greta
Clelia Matania: Dolores Garcia
Silvana Pampanini: Mirella
Aroldo Tieri: Alberto
Carlo Campanini: Salvador Garcia
Enrico Viarisio: Georges Durand
Kay Medford: Anna Paperiska
Maria Donati: Georges Durand’s Wife
Riccardo Billi: Noè
Franco Coop: Otto Krüger
Paul Muller: Complice di Anna Paperiska
Galeazzo Benti: Cliente galante
Tino Buazzelli: Dimitri
Arturo Bragaglia: Mayor
Virgilio Riento: Capo della banda di Arcachon
Vittorio Sanipoli: Johnny
Nietta Zocchi: Cliente di La Motta
Bruno Corelli
Mario Siletti
Giulio Donnini
Franco Pesce

References[edit]

^ Roberto Chiti; Roberto Poppi; Enrico Lancia. Dizionario del cinema italiano: I film. Gremese, 1991. ISBN 8876055487. 
^ Paolo Mereghetti. Il Mereghetti. B.C. Dalai Editore, 2010. ISBN 8860736269. 

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La bisarca

La bisarca

Directed by
Giorgio Simonelli

Written by
Pietro Garinei
Sandro Giovannini
Dino Maiuri
Mario Amendola
Ruggero Maccari
Vittorio Metz

Music by
Gino Filippini

Cinematography
Sergio Pesce

Edited by
Giuseppe Vari

Release date

1950 (1950)

Language
Italian

La bisarca is a 1950 Italian science fiction-comedy film directed by Giorgio Simonelli. It is based on a radio program with the same name.[1][2]
Cast[edit]

Peppino De Filippo: Toni La Motta
Lída Baarová: Greta
Clelia Matania: Dolores Garcia
Silvana Pampanini: Mirella
Aroldo Tieri: Alberto
Carlo Campanini: Salvador Garcia
Enrico Viarisio: Georges Durand
Kay Medford: Anna Paperiska
Maria Donati: Georges Durand’s Wife
Riccardo Billi: Noè
Franco Coop: Otto Krüger
Paul Muller: Complice di Anna Paperiska
Galeazzo Benti: Cliente galante
Tino Buazzelli: Dimitri
Arturo Bragaglia: Mayor
Virgilio Riento: Capo della banda di Arcachon
Vittorio Sanipoli: Johnny
Nietta Zocchi: Cliente di La Motta
Bruno Corelli
Mario Siletti
Giulio Donnini
Franco Pesce

References[edit]

^ Roberto Chiti; Roberto Poppi; Enrico Lancia. Dizionario del cinema italiano: I film. Gremese, 1991. ISBN 8876055487. 
^ Paolo Mereghetti. Il Mereghetti. B.C. Dalai Editore, 2010. ISBN 8860736269. 

External links[edit]

La bisarca at the Internet Movie Database

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