Barbus machadoi

Barbus machadoi Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Actinopterygii Order: Cypriniformes Family: Cyprinidae Genus: Barbus Species: B. machadoi Binomial name Barbus machadoi Poll, 1967Barbus machadoi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbus. Footnotes[edit]Froese, Rainer and Pauly, Daniel, eds. (2006). “Barbus machadoi” in FishBase. April 2006 version.This Barbus article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Fair and unfair play

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. (October 2008) Law 42 of the laws of the sport of cricket covers fair and unfair play. This law has developed and expanded over time as various incidents of real life unfair play have been legislated against. The first section of law 42 makes clear that the captains of the two teams have the responsibility for ensuring that play is conducted according to the spirit and traditions of the game, as well as within its Laws. This leads to a statement that the umpires are the sole judges of fair and unfair play. It contains an override of the laws of cricket: if either umpire considers an action that is not covered by the laws to be unfair, he can intervene and call the ball dead.Contents 1 Ball tampering 2 Distracting the opposition 3 Unfair bowling 4 Time wasting 5 ReferencesBall tampering[edit] Main article: Ball tampering The state of the ball affects deliveries for a batsman. Even a new cricket ball is not perfectly spherical, but in two parts stitched together to form a seam. How a ball moves depends in part on how much air resistance there is to different parts of the ball, and therefore to what degree the ball has deteriorated. A cricket team will normally seek, for example, to polish one side of the ball and rough up the other side. The resulting variation in air resistance on the ball can have a marked effect. Ball tampering has always been a feature of the sport. Players would use objects to rough up one side of the ball, and use resins and substances like Brylcreem to shine the other. This sort of ball tampering is against the spirit of the game and has always been against the rules. Despite this, it has always gone on with limited sanction, and it can be difficult to spot. The television age has meant that from the 1990s onwards most international games have been televised. Slow motion replays have highlighted a number of incidents of ball tampering: some of which have been widely reported in the press. The third section of law 42 contains the rules and sanctions against ball tampering and requires the umpires to make frequent and irregular inspections of the ball to counter it. It also contains punitive measures against fielders who do tamper with the ball. Match suspensions may be implemented. Some acts that may alter the ball are permitted. A fielder may polish the bal. thanks wikipedia.

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Ingvar Berg

Ingvar Berg Ingvar Berg in 1954Personal information Born (1905-10-10)10 October 1905 Stockholm, Sweden Died 2 July 1993(1993-07-02) (aged 87) Haverdal, Sweden Sport Sport Modern pentathlon Club A1 IF, Stockholm Ingvar Oskar Daniel Berg (10 October 1905 . thanks wikipedia.

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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. (October 2015) A Bendle serves the same purpose as a gartel does for Unmarried men in Hasidic Communities. The Bendle or Bendel is a belt primarily used to fulfill the Jewish commandment of separating the mind and the heart.[1] It is primarily used by Haredi/Hasidic Jews during prayer. The Bendle is also worn shortly before prayer just as a gartel is, the only exception is that the bendle is used by non-married Haredi Jews during prayer.[2] It does fulfill all the requirements of its cousin “the gartel” but, unlike the gartel which is worn on the outside of the bekishe or coat, the bendle is worn on the inside on top of the tallis kattan on the waist such as Chabad-Lubavitch, this can depend as certain Hasidic groups such as Toldos Aharon and the sub-group of Breslov the Na Nach wear their tallis on the outside of their shirt. References[edit] ^ Orthodox Union. Halacha concerning separation of body. ^ Adjustable Shabbos Belt Information. thanks wikipedia.

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Back from the Dead (Zombie Girl EP)

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. (October 2009) Back From the Dead EpEP by Zombie Girl Released June 13, 2006 Recorded Xenomorph Productions Studio [Edmonton, Canada] Genre Electro/Industrial rock Length 32:03 Label Alfa Matrix Producer Renee Cooper Komor, Sebastian R. Komor Zombie Girl chronology Back From the Dead (2006) Blood, Brains and Rock ‘N’ Roll (2007)Back From the Dead is the first EP of the band Zombie Girl. It was released in 2006. Track listing[edit]”Creepy Crawler” . thanks wikipedia.

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HMS Fortune (H70)

For other ships of the same name, see HMS Fortune. “HMCS Saskatchewan (H70)” redirects here. For other ships of the same name, see HMCS Saskatchewan.Fortune in June 1943History United Kingdom Name: Fortune Builder: John Brown & Company, Clydebank Laid down: 25 July 1933 Launched: 29 August 1934 Commissioned: 27 April 1935 Fate: Transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy as HMCS Saskatchewan on 31 May 1943 Canada Name: Saskatchewan Namesake: Saskatchewan River Acquired: 31 May 1943 Decommissioned: 27 January 1946 Identification: Pennant number: H70 Honours and awards: Atlantic 1944 Normandy 1944 Biscay 1944 General characteristics Class & type: F-class destroyer Displacement: 1,405 long tons (1,428 t) (standard) 1,940 long tons (1,970 t) (deep load) Length: 329 ft (100.3 m) o/a Beam: 33 ft 3 in (10.13 m) Draught: 12 ft 6 in (3.81 m) (deep) Installed power: 36,000 shp (26,800 kW) 3 × Admiralty 3-drum boilers Propulsion: 2 × shafts; 2 × geared steam turbines Speed: 35.5 knots (65.7 km/h; 40.9 mph) Range: 6,350 nmi (11,760 km; 7,310 mi) at 15 knots (28 km/h; 17 mph) Complement: 145 Sensors and processing systems: ASDIC Armament: 4 × single QF 4.7-inch (120 mm) Mk IX guns 2 × quadruple 0.5-inch (12.7 mm) machine guns 2 × quadruple 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes 20 × depth charges, 1 rack and 2 throwers HMS Fortune was an F-class destroyer of the Royal Navy. She was transferred to Canada in 1943, becoming HMCS Saskatchewan.Contents 1 Description 2 Construction and career 3 As HMCS Saskatchewan 4 Ship’s bell 5 References 6 Bibliography 7 External linksDescription[edit] The F-class ships were repeats of the preceding E class. They displaced 1,405 long tons (1,428 t) at standard load and 1,940 long tons (1,970 t) at deep load. The ships had an overall length of 329 feet (100.3 m), a beam of 33 feet 3 inches (10.1 m) and a draught of 12 feet 6 inches (3.8 m). They were powered by two Brown-Curtis geared steam turbines, each driving one propeller shaft, using steam provided by three Admiralty three-drum boilers. The turbines developed a total of 36,000 shaft horsepower (27,000 kW) and gave a maximum speed of 35.5 knots (65.7 km/h; 40.9 mph). Fortune carried a maximum of 470 long tons (480 t). thanks wikipedia.

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