List of colleges in British Columbia

In addition to universities, the Canadian province of British Columbia is home to the following institutes, colleges, and university colleges which grant undergraduate degrees:Acsenda School of Management (Vancouver) – private British Columbia Institute of Technology (Burnaby) Camosun College (Victoria) College of the Rockies (Cranbrook) Douglas College (New Westminster and Coquitlam) Justice Institute of British Columbia (New Westminster) Langara College (Vancouver) Nicola Valley Institute of Technology (Merritt) Okanagan College (Kelowna)Other colleges and institutes[edit] The following colleges and institutes have been accredited by the Ministry of Regional Economic and Skills Development (if public) or by the Private Career Training Institutions Agency (PCTIA) (if private).Alexander College (Vancouver) – private Arbutus College (Vancouver) – private Ashton College (Vancouver) – private Brighton College (Lower Mainland) – private Canadian College (Vancouver) – private Canadian Tourism College (Vancouver and Surrey) – private CanScribe Career College (Kelowna) – private Collège Éducacentre College (Vancouver/Victoria/Prince George) – a French language institution College of New Caledonia (Prince George) Columbia College (Vancouver) – private Coquitlam College (Coquitlam) – private Corpus Christi College (Vancouver) – private Discovery Community College (Lower Mainland & Vancouver Island) – private Dorset College (Vancouver) – private Eton College (Vancouver) – private Executive Hotel Management College (Vancouver) – private Imperial Hotel Management College (Vancouver) – private ITD Canada (Vancouver) – private Methodica Acting Studio for Film and Theatre (Vancouver) – private Metropolitan Community College (Burnaby) MTI Community College (Vancouver) – private Native Education College (Vancouver) – private New Image College of Fine Arts (Vancouver) – private North Island College (Vancouver Island) Northern Lights College (Dawson Creek) Northwest Community College (Central Coast Region) St. Mark’s College (Vancouver) Selkirk College (West Kootenay region) Sprott Shaw College – private Trinity Western University (Langley) – private Upper Career College of Business and Technology (Vancouver) – private Vancouver Animation School (Vancouver) – private Vancouver Community College (Vancouver) Vancouver Institute of Media Arts (VanArts) (Vancouver) – private Western Community College (Surrey) – private. thanks wikipedia.

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Limão (district of São Paulo)

Coordinates: 23°30′30″S 46°40′20″W / 23.5083°S 46.6721°W / -23.5083; -46.6721 LimãoDistrict of the city of São Paulo Country  Brazil StateSão Paulo MunicipalitySão Paulo Subprefecture Casa Verde Area  • Total 6.30 km2 (2.43 sq mi) Population (2010)  • Total 80,229  • Density 12,735/km2 (32,980/sq mi) Website Subprefecture of Casa Verde Limão is one of 96 districts in the city of São Paulo, Brazil.[1] References[edit] ^ “Dados Demográficos dos Distritos pertencentes as Subprefeituras”. prefeitura.sp.gov.br (in Portuguese). City of São Paulo. Retrieved 28 December 2014.  v t eSubdivisions of São Paulo  ● Administrative Zones ●Central East 1 East 2 Southeast West Northeast Northwest South-Central South  ● Subprefectures ●Aricanduva Butantã Campo Limpo Capela do Socorro Casa Verde Cidade Ademar Cidade Tiradentes Ermelino Matarazzo Freguesia-Brasilândia Guaianases Ipiranga Itaim Paulista Itaquera Jabaquara Jaçanã-Tremembé Lapa M’Boi Mirim Mooca Parelheiros Penha Perus Pinheiros Pirituba-Jaraguá Santana-Tucuruvi Santo Amaro São Mateus São Miguel Paulista Sé Vila Maria-Vila Guilherme Vila Mariana Vila Prudente  ● Districts ●Água Rasa Alto de Pinheiros Anhanguera Aricanduva Artur Alvim Barra Funda Bela Vista Belém Bom Retiro Brasilândia Brás Butantã Cachoeirinha Cambuci Campo Belo Campo Grande Campo Limpo Cangaíba Capão Redondo Carrão Casa Verde Cidade Ademar Cidade Dutra Cidade Líder Cidade Tiradentes Consolação Cursino Ermelino Matarazzo Freguesia do Ó Grajaú Guaianases Iguatemi Ipiranga Itaim Bibi Itaim Paulista Itaquera Jabaquara Jaçanã Jaguara Jaguaré Jaraguá Jardim Helena Jardim Paulista Jardim São Luís Jardim Ângela José Bonifácio Lajeado Lapa Liberdade Limão Mandaqui Marsilac Moema Mooca Morumbi Parelheiros Pari Parque do Carmo Pedreira Penha Perdizes Perus Pinheiros Pirituba Ponte Rasa Raposo Tavares República Rio Pequeno Sacomã Santa Cecília Santana Santo Amaro São Domingos São Lucas São Mateus São Miguel Paulista São Rafael Saúde Sapopemba Sé Socorro Tatuapé Tremembé Tucuruvi Vila Andrade Vila Curuçá Vila Formosa Vila Guilherme Vila Jacuí Vila Leopoldina Vila Maria Vila Mariana Vila Matilde Vila Medeiros Vila Prudente Vila Sôniav t e City Distr. thanks wikipedia.

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Edward Langton

Edward Langton (2 January 1828 – 5 October 1905) was an Australian businessman and politician, Treasurer of Victoria in 1868 and 1872–1874.[1] Langton was born in Gravesend, Kent, England, the youngest son of David Elland Langton, a butcher, and his wife Mary, née Payne.[1] Langton migrated to Melbourne in 1852, aged 24, becoming involved in politics in the late 1850s.[1] Langton unsuccessfully contested the Victorian Legislative Assembly seats of Collingwood in 1859 and 1861, East Melbourne in 1861, East Bourke Boroughs in 1864, and Dundas in 1865.[2] Langton eventually had electoral success and represented East Melbourne from February 1866 until December 1867.[3] Then from May 1868 to April 1877 he represented West Melbourne. On 6 May 1868[3] Langton, who was a staunch Conservative as well as a Free-trader, became Treasurer of Victoria in Charles Sladen’s short-lived Ministry, and occupied the same post, with the additional office of Postmaster-General of Victoria, in the James Francis Government, from 10 June 1872 to 31 July 1874,[3] when he resigned with his colleagues.[2] Langton has written much for the Melbourne press, and was one of the earliest proprietors of the Spectator, a free trade organ started in 1865. He was secretary of the Free Trade League of Victoria from its commencement until 1866, was an honorary member of the Cobden Club from 1874, and was a trustee and treasurer of the Melbourne Public Library and Museum.[2] Langton was again unsuccessful in contesting Castlemaine February 1880, West Melbourne in 1886, Toorak in 1892 and 1894, and East Melbourne in 1897.[3] Langton died of pneumonia on 5 October 1905 in his home in Toorak, Victoria;survived by a daughter and one of his two sons.[1] References[edit] ^ a b c d Cooksley, Jean (1974). “Langton, Edward (1828–1905)”. Australian Dictionary of Biography. Canberra: Australian National University. Retrieved 6 January 2014.  ^ a b c Mennell, Philip (1892). “ Langton, Hon. Edward”. The Dictionary of Australasian Biography. London: Hutchinson & Co. Wikisource  ^ a b c d “Langton, Edward”. re-member: a database of all Victorian MPs since 1851. Parliament of Victoria. Retrieved 6 January 2014. Political offices Victorian Legislative Assembly Preceded by Ambrose Kyte Member for East Melbourne Feb 1866 – Dec 1867 Served alongside: Nathaniel Levi Succeeded by Frederick Walsh Preceded by John Blackwood Member for West Melbourne May 1868 ?. thanks wikipedia.

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István Thomán

István ThománIstván Thomán in 1932.Background information Genres Classical music Occupation(s) Pianist Instruments Piano István Thomán (Hungarian: [ˈiʃtvaːn ˈtomaːn]; 4 November 1862 – 22 September 1940) was a Hungarian piano virtuoso and music educator. He was a notable piano teacher, with students including Béla Bartók, Ernő Dohnányi and Georges Cziffra. His six-volume Technique of Piano Playing is still in use today.[1]Contents 1 Biography1.1 Early life and education 1.2 Career 2 ReferencesBiography[edit] Early life and education[edit] Thomán was born in Homonna, Zemplén County, Kingdom of Hungary (present-day Slovakia) in 1862 to Jewish parents, Dr. David Thomán and Rosa Weisberger.[2] Recognized for his talent, he became a favorite student of Franz Liszt.[1] Liszt appointed him to teach at the Royal Hungarian Academy of Music in Budapest,[3] but had to retire suddenly at the age of 45.[4] Career[edit] Thomán toured with Liszt, was present at his death, and was a pallbearer at his funeral. Thomán, along with fellow Liszt student Árpád Szendy, were important in carrying on the Liszt style through their teaching at the Royal Hungarian Academy of Music. As a teacher at the Royal Academy, Thomán took on a 17-year-old Ernő Dohnányi as a student in 1894. In 1903, a 21-year-old Béla Bartók dedicated his Study for the Left Hand to Thomán. The study is a Sonata performed entirely with one hand.[5] Thomán’s daughter, Mária Thomán (1899–1948) became a noted concert violinist, studying with Jenő Hubay, Franz von Vecsey, Carl Flesch and Alma Moodie. She gave concerts throughout Europe, both as a soloist and in the accompaniment of philharmonic orchestras and chamber ensembles. References[edit] ^ a b Shtet Links. “HUMENNE, SLOVAKIA”. Humenne Website. Retrieved 3 December 2011.  ^ Bayley, Amanda (2001), The Cambridge Companion to Bartók Cambridge University Press, page 17, ISBN 0-521-66958-8 ^ Liszt’s 125-Year-Old Academy of Music Antecedents, Influences, Traditions Mária Eckhardt Studia Musicologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, T. 42, Fasc. 1/2, Franz Liszt and Advanced Musical Education in Europe: International Conference (2001), page 123 ^ Kerman, Joseph (1992). Music at the turn of century: a 19th-century music reader. University of California Press. p. 185. ISBN 0-520-06855-6.  ^ Bartók New Series. “Bartók’s Works for Piano Solo”. Bartók New Series. Retr. thanks wikipedia.

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Luka (župa)

This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it (see how) or discuss these issues on the talk page. This article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject. Please help improve the article with a good introductory style. (October 2009)This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (January 2009) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)(Learn how and when to remove this template message) Luka was a zhupa of the medieval principality of Zahumlje (later Hum). It was situated in a swampy area on both sides of the Neretva river, from Bregava and Trebizat down to the sea. It bordered the zhupas of Rastok (west), Vuceric (north), Drijeva (east) and the Adriatic Sea (south).    This article related to Serbian history is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Brother Arab

This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (February 2007) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Brother ArabStudio album by Arabian Prince Released April, 1989 Recorded 1989 in Trax Recording Studios Genre Electro Rap Label Orpheus Records Producer That Guy Arabian Prince chronology Brother Arab (1989) Situation Hot (1990)Brother Arab is a 1989 LP by Arabian Prince. It was originally the first solo album released by Arabian Prince. Track listing[edit]”Sound Check” – 1:24 “She’s Got A Big Posse” – 5:12 “Get On Up” – 4:06 “Let The Good Times Roll (Nickel Bag)” – 3:44 “Never Caught Slippin'” – 3:48 “I Got A Big Bonus Beat” – 2:10 “Situation Critical” – 4:38 “It’s A Dope Thang” – 3:07 “It’s Time To Bone” – 4:04 “Now You Have To Understand” – 3:47 “Gettin’ Down” – 3:36Personnel[edit]That Guy – Producer/Scratcher Arabian Prince – Executive Producer/Artist Brian “The Punch” Carney – Engineer Chris Bellman – Mastering Disco D – Scratcher Mike Miller – Photography Lynda Simmons – Stylist Henry Marquez – Art Direction Anne L. Thomas – Administrator Paul Biagas – Administratorv t e N.W.AArabian Prince DJ Yella Dr. Dre Eazy-E Ice Cube MC Ren Studio albumsStraight Outta Compton Niggaz4Life Extended plays100 Miles and Runnin’ CompilationsN.W.A. and the Posse Greatest Hits 10th Anniversary Tribute The N.W.A. Legacy, Vol. 1 The N.W.A. Legacy, Vol. 2 The Strength of Street Knowledge Family Tree Singles”Panic Zone” “Straight Outta Compton” “Gangsta Gangsta” “Express Yourself” “100 Miles and Runnin'” “Appetite for Destruction” “Alwayz into Somethin'” “Chin Check” Other songs”Fuck tha Police” FilmsNiggaz4Life: The Only Home Video Straight Outta Compton Related articlesDiscography Songs Jerry Heller The D.O.C. Compton, California Book:N.W.A. thanks wikipedia.

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Stewart-Lakewood Center

Crossroads Shopping Center, better known by its name in its heyday, Stewart-Lakewood Center, is an open-air shopping center on Metropolitan Parkway (formerly Stewart Avenue) at Langford Parkway (formerly Lakewood Freeway) in the Sylvan Hills neighborhood of southern Atlanta. It was built in 1962 by the same company and in the same style as Ansley Mall near Midtown Atlanta. It was considered a major regional retail center.[1][2] Tenants at one time or another included J.C. Penney, Lerner’s, Woolworth, Woolco, Warehouse Grocery, Otasco, Colonial Stores grocery (later a Big Star Market), Western Auto, Rhodes Furniture, W.T. Grant, Lee’s Men’s Shop, Dipper Dan’s Ice Cream, Bell Brothers Shoes, the Stewart-Lakewood Fabric Center and a National Shirt Shop.[3][4] Lubie Geter, one of the children murdered in the Atlanta murders of 1979–1981, was last seen at the Stewart-Lakewood Center.[5] Today part of the original 40+ unit[1] mall has been demolished. A handful of the remaining units are occupied by a dollar store, wig store, and others. In 2005 Atlanta newspaper Creative Loafing named it one of “five undiscovered redevelopment gems”.[6] External links[edit]Stewart-Lakewood page on Sky City (blog) Stewart-Lakewood page on Mall Hall of Fame (blog)References[edit] ^ a b “Major retail center statistics”, U.S. Census Bureau, 1963 ^ Atlanta and Environs: A Chronicle of Its People and Events, 1940s-1970s, Harold H. Martin, p.307 ^ Stewart-Lakewood page on Sky City (blog) ^ Stewart-Lakewood page on Mall Hall of Fame (blog) ^ SPIN, OCtober 1986, p.92 ^ “Reclaiming lost Atlanta: Five undiscovered redevelopment gems”, Creative Loafing, December 21, 2005 v t e Atlanta-area shopping malls Enclosed regional centersArbor Place Mall Cumberland Mall Lenox Square Mall at Stonecrest Mall of Georgia North Point Mall Perimeter Mall Phipps Plaza Sugarloaf Mills (Discover Mills) Town Center at Cobb Enclosed local centersGallery at South DeKalb Greenbriar Mall Gwinnett Place Mall Mall at Peachtree Center North DeKalb Mall Northlake Mall Ponce City Market Underground Atlanta Southlake Mall Outdoor centersAmsterdam Walk Ansley Mall Atlantic Station The Avenue East Cobb Briarcliff Plaza Buckhead Atlanta Crossroads (Stewart-Lakewood) Center Emory Point The Forum on Peachtree Parkway Forum at Ashley Park Krog Street Market Merchant’s Walk Northeast Plaza Plaza Fiesta South Point Town Brookhaven AvalonAlpharetta DefunctAvonda. thanks wikipedia.

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1990 Grand Prix (snooker)

Rothmans Grand PrixTournament information Dates 8–21 October 1990 Venue Hexagon Theatre City Reading Country England Organisation(s) WPBSA Format Ranking event Final ChampionStephen Hendry Runner-upNigel Bond Score 10–5← 1989 1991 →The 1990 Rothmans Grand Prix was a professional ranking snooker tournament held at the Hexagon Theatre in Reading, England.[1] Stephen Hendry won in the final 10–5 against Nigel Bond.Main draw[edit] [2][3] Last 32 Best of 9 frames   Last 16 Best of 9 frames   Quarter-finals Best of 9 frames   Semi-finals Best of 17 frames   Final Best of 19 frames                                       Stephen Hendry 5     Silvino Francisco 4       Stephen Hendry 5     Alain Robidoux 5     Alain Robidoux 3     Martin Clark 3         Stephen Hendry 5     Peter Francisco 5         Peter Francisco 0     Darren Morgan 1       Peter Francisco 5   Ken Owers 5     Ken Owers 1     Tony Knowles 4         Stephen Hendry 9     Steve James 5         Steve James 5     Jim Chambers 2       Steve James 5     Kirk Stevens 5     Kirk Stevens 2     Terry Griffiths 2         Steve James 5   John Parrott 5         John Parrott 3     Barry West 1       John Parrott 5   Dene O’Kane 5     Dene O’Kane 2     John Campbell 3         Stephen Hendry 10   Nigel Bond 5         Nigel Bond 5   Eddie Charlton 3       Nigel Bond 5     Willie Thorne 5     Willie Thorne 1     Tony Drago 3         Nigel Bond 5     Neal Foulds 5         Neal Foulds 2     Colin Roscoe 2       Neal Foulds 5   Mike Hallett 5     Mike Hallett 2     Wayne Jones 2         Nigel Bond 9   Jimmy White 5         Jimmy White 8     Steve Newbury 3       Jimmy White 5     Gary Wi. thanks wikipedia.

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South Fall Creek Township, Yadkin County, North Carolina

Location of South Fall Creek Township in Yadkin County, N.C. South Fall Creek Township is one of twelve townships in Yadkin County, North Carolina, United States. The township had a population of 2,442 according to the 2000 census. Geographically, South Fall Creek Township occupies 23.84 square miles (61.7 km2) in central Yadkin County. v t e Municipalities and communities of Yadkin County, North Carolina, United StatesCounty seat: Yadkinville TownsBoonville East Bend Jonesville YadkinvilleUnincorporated communitiesBarney Hill Brooks Crossroads Courtney Enon Fall Creek Footville Forbush Hamptonville Harmony Heights Huntsville Lone Hickory Richmond Hill Smithtown Swan Creek Windsors Crossroads Coordinates: 36°11′08″N 80°35′58″W / 36.185494°N 80.5993854°W / 36.185494; -80.5993854This article about a location in Yadkin County, North Carolina is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Beaufortia squarrosa

Sand BottlebrushBeaufortia squarrosa growing in Kings Park Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae (unranked): Angiosperms (unranked): Eudicots (unranked): Rosids Order: Myrtales Family: Myrtaceae Genus: Beaufortia Species: B. squarrosa Binomial name Beaufortia squarrosa Schauer SynonymsMelaleuca pulcherrima Craven & R.D.Edwards Beaufortia squarrosa, commonly known as sand bottlebrush, is a plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It is sometimes a dense shrub, others straggling with 4 neat rows of small, oval leaves along the stems, and heads of red, orange or yellow flowers in the warmer months.Contents 1 Description 2 Taxonomy and naming 3 Distribution and habitat 4 Conservation 5 ReferencesDescription[edit] Beaufortia squarrosa is a shrub which grows to a height of about 2 metres (7 ft). The leaves are crowded and arranged in alternating pairs (decussate) so that they make four rows along the stems. The leaves are egg-shaped to oval, less than 4.5 millimetres (0.2 in) long and have 5 or 7 veins.[1][2][3] The flowers are usually bright red but sometimes orange or yellow and are arranged in roughly spherical heads on the ends of branches which continue to grow after flowering. The flowers have 5 sepals, 5 petals and 5 bundles of stamens. The stamen bundles, which give the flower its colour, contain 3 to 7 stamens and are joined for more than half their length. Flowering occurs from July to December or from January to May and is followed by fruits which are woody capsules.[1][2][3] Beaufortia squarrosa fruits ]] Taxonomy and naming[edit] Beaufortia squarrosa was first formally described in 1843 by Johannes Conrad Schauer in Dissertatio phytographica de Regelia, Beaufortia et Calothamno.[4] The specific epithet (“squarrosa”) is a Latin word meaning “scurfy” or “scabby”.[5] Distribution and habitat[edit] Beaufortia squarrosa mainly occurs on the coastal plain between the Busselton and Eneabba districts in the Avon Wheatbelt, Geraldton Sandplains, Jarrah Forest and Swan Coastal Plain biogeographic regions.[1] It usually grows in sand plains and depressions that are wet in winter.[6] Conservation[edit] Beaufortia squarrosa is classified as “not threatened” by the Western Australian government department of parks and wildlife.[1] References[edit] ^ a b c d “Beaufortia squarrosa”. FloraBase. Retrieved 25 August 2015.  ^ a b B. thanks wikipedia.

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