Kutztown Area High School

Kutztown Area High School Address 50 Trexler Avenue Kutztown, Pennsylvania, (Berks County) 19530 United States Information Type Public Established 1938 Principal Bean Flicker Grades 9-12 Enrollment 451 (2014–2015 school year)  • Grade 9 112  • Grade 10 117  • Grade 11 106  • Grade 12 116 Color(s) Navy blue and White          Slogan Learning to create the world of the future Athletics Approx. 25 Varsity sports Mascot Cougars Rival Brandywine Heights High School Fleetwood Area High School Website http://www.kasd.org Kutztown Area High School is a small rural high school and is the only high school of the Kutztown Area School District, located at 50 Trexler Avenue in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, USA. Kutztown is sandwiched between Allentown and Reading in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country. It was built in 1961, with an annex added in 1974, and has not since been remodeled or rebuilt. Also, as part of the “one-to-one laptop initiative” every student has received an Apple MacBook. The school has numerous sports teams and clubs/activities in which they rival Berks County schools Fleetwod, Berks Catholic, and Brandywine. The school is infamous for a notorious group of thirteen students who violated its technology code of conduct and were subjected to external disciplinary action. In the past year the school started a pilot program where students who are enrolled in a Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) are manufacturing parts for a company that produces ballistic targets. The students are welding the stock pieces to produce the sub assemblies that are sent back to the company to be painted and delivered to the customers. The full program is slated to go into effect for the 2014–2015 school year.Contents 1 The Kutztown 13 2 Notable alumni 3 References 4 External linksThe Kutztown 13[edit] In October 2004, the school distributed Apple iBook laptops to all students, as part of the “One-to-One” program[1] to facilitate school work. Each computer was installed with safety instruments. Access to the safety and monitor settings was available via the use of an administrator password. The school administrators initially set the administrator password on all laptops to “50Trexler”, presumably in reference to the street address of the school. Multiple media reports indicated that the password was “taped onto the back of eac. thanks wikipedia.

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List of fish in the River Trent

Map showing location of the River Trent The Trent near Castle Donington by George Turner, 1881: King’s Mill near Castle Donington was the location for catches of sturgeon and eels.[1][2] This list of fish in the River Trent is a list of fish species that have been recorded from the River Trent, a major river in England that starts in Staffordshire, flows through the Midlands, and joins the River Ouse to form the Humber Estuary. The impressive diversity of fish species in this river has been known (and celebrated) since 1590, with poetry containing the earliest mention that the Trent contains 30 kinds of fish. The earliest actual list of fish in the river is from 1641. Over the centuries some species have since become locally extinct, and other species have been introduced.Contents 1 Earliest literary references 2 1641 list2.1 Note on the sturgeon 3 1676 description 4 1751 list 5 1829 6 1985 7 2007 non-native species 8 Master list 9 See also 10 ReferencesEarliest literary references[edit] In 1590, Edmund Spenser in The Faerie Queene described the River Trent and its fish fauna as follows:[3] The beauteous Trent which in itself enseams, Thirty kinds of fish and thirty different streams. This couplet was closely echoed in 1612, in Drayton’s Poly-Olbion description of the Trent:[4] Or thirty kinds of fish that in my streams do live These poems have been a source of curiosity to a number of fishing experts, who have endeavoured to guess the identity of the thirty fish alluded to in the poems. 1641 list[edit] The earliest known list of fish from the River Trent was from 1641. Although the list contains thirty names, one of them is not a fish by modern standards, but an edible crustacean, the Crayfish. The list also includes some fish names that no longer exist in modern English, such as “Frenches” and “Lenbrood”; these species are therefore currently unidentifiable.[5] Fishing on the Trent near Ingleby by George Turner, 1850 The 1641 list of 30 species (verbatim, note antique spelling of some names): Barbet, Bream, Bullhead, Burbolts, Carp, Chevin, Crayfish, Dates, Eel, Flounder, Frenches, Gudgeon, Grayling, Lampern, Lamphrey, Lenbrood, Loach, Minnows, Pickeral, Pinks, Perch, Roach, Ruff, Salmon, Shad, Smelt, Sticklebats, Sturgeon, Trout, Whitling. Note on the sturgeon[edit] The largest of these fish was the sturgeon, a species which at one time was fairly frequently caught in the Trent, but only in low numbers. Notable ex. thanks wikipedia.

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Clifford Erskine-Bolst

Captain Clifford Charles Alan Lawrence Erskine-Bolst (1878 – 11 January 1946) was a British Conservative Party politician. During the First World War, he served as a Lieutenant in the 1st Black Watch Regiment, and as a Captain in the 3rd Royal Highlanders.[1] He was elected as Member of Parliament (MP) for Hackney South at a by-election in August 1922 following the expulsion of the independent MP Horatio Bottomley, who had been convicted of fraud. He held the seat at the November 1922 general election, but lost it the following year at the 1923 general election. Erskine-Bolt returned to the House of Commons at the November 1931 general election, when he was elected in the Blackpool constituency, defeating the writer Edgar Wallace, who ran as an independent Liberal. He served only one term, stepping down at the 1935 general election. He was married to California socialite Blanche Ryer from the early 1920s until their divorce in 1933.[2] As a result of this marriage he became the stepfather of Doris Ryer Nixon. His name appears in the San Francisco Social Register for 1927,[3] and again in 1932[4] (where he and his wife are listed as residents of Èze, France). References[edit] ^ ‘Deaths’, The Times, 15 January 1946; Medal card of Bolst, Clifford Charles Erskine, National Archives, War Office Papers: WO 372/2. ^ “DIVORCES ERSKINE-BOLST; American Wife of British Parliamentarian Wins French Decree,” The New York Times, 1933-03-31. ^ 1927 Social Register. ^ 1932 Social Register.Leigh Rayment’s Historical List of MPs [self-published source][better source needed]External links[edit]maison dite villa Fantasia, puis villa Fal’ Eze, puis villa Longemer (villa balnéaire) Describes a home in Èze, Côte d’Azur, Provence owned by Erskine-Bolst between 1926 and 1930.External lists[edit]Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Clifford Erskine-BolstParliament of the United Kingdom Preceded by Horatio Bottomley Member of Parliament for Hackney South 1922–1923 Succeeded by Herbert Morrison Preceded by Sir Walter de Frece Member of Parliament for Blackpool 1931–1935 Succeeded by Roland RobinsonThis article about a Conservative Member of the Parliament of the United Kingdom born in the 1870s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Hilton, Angus

Hilton, Angus, may refer to two villages in Scotland:Hilton (Lintrathen), Angus, Bridgend of Lintrathen Hilton (Inverkeilor), Angus, Inverkeilor This disambiguation page lists articles about distinct geographical locations with the same name. 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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Andrew Pollett

Andrew Pollett Personal information Full name Andrew Pollett Date of birth (1960-03-12) 12 March 1960 (age 56) Original team(s) Sale Height/Weight 192 cm / 80 kg Playing career1 Years Club Games (Goals) 1980 Footscray 2 (0)1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1980 season.Andrew Pollett (born 12 March 1960) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with Footscray in the Victorian Football League (VFL). [1]Notes[edit] ^ Holmesby, Russell; Main, Jim (2014). The Encyclopedia of AFL Footballers: every AFL/VFL player since 1897 (10th ed.). Seaford, Victoria: BAS Publishing. p. 712. ISBN 978-1-921496-32-5.  External links[edit]Andrew Pollett’s statistics from AFL Tables Andrew Pollett’s profile from AustralianFootball.com. thanks wikipedia.

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Ischnocnemis caerulescens

Ischnocnemis caerulescens Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Hexapoda Class: Insecta Subclass: Pterygota Order: Coleoptera Suborder: Polyphaga Infraorder: Cucujiformia Superfamily: Chrysomeloidea Family: Cerambycidae Genus: Ischnocnemis Species: I. caerulescens Binomial name Ischnocnemis caerulescens Bates, 1885Ischnocnemis caerulescens is a species of beetle in the Cerambycidae family.[1] It was described by Bates in 1885.[1] References[edit] ^ a b Bezark, Larry G. A Photographic Catalog of the Cerambycidae of the World. Retrieved on 22 June 2012.This Trachyderini article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Elachista glomerella

Elachista glomerella Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Lepidoptera Family: Elachistidae Genus: Elachista Species: E. glomerella Binomial name Elachista glomerella Kaila, 2011Elachista glomerella is a moth of the Elachistidae family. It is endemic to northern Queensland, Australia.[1] The wingspan is 6.6 millimetres (0.26 in) for males and 6.6–8.2 millimetres (0.26–0.32 in) for females. The forewings are blue in males and black with a bronzy sheen and three ochreous white markings in females. The hindwings are dark grey in both sexes. The larvae have been reared on a Carex species. References[edit] ^ “Elachistine Moths of Australia: Lepidoptera, Gelechioidea, Elachistidae”. Monographs on Australian Lepidoptera (CSIRO) 11. 2011.  v t e Extant Lepidoptera familiesKingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Subclass: Pterygota Infraclass: Neoptera Superorder: Endopterygota   Suborder ZeuglopteraMicropterigoidea Micropterigidae (mandibulate archaic moths)   Suborder AglossataAgathiphagoidea Agathiphagidae (kauri moths)   Suborder HeterobathmiinaHeterobathmioidea Heterobathmiidae   Suborder GlossataDacnonypha Eriocranioidea Eriocraniidae Acanthoctesia Acanthopteroctetoidea Acanthopteroctetidae (archaic sun moths) Lophocoronina Lophocoronoidea Lophocoronidae Neopseustina Neopseustoidea Neopseustidae (archaic bell moths) Exoporia Hepialoidea Anomosetidae Hepialidae (swift moths, ghost moths) Neotheoridae (Amazonian primitive ghost moths) Palaeosetidae (miniature ghost moths) Prototheoridae (African primitive ghost moths)Mnesarchaeoidea Mnesarchaeidae (New Zealand primitive moths)H e t e r o n e u r a M o n o t r y s i a Incurvarioidea Adelidae (fairy longhorn moths) Cecidosidae Crinopterygidae Heliozelidae Incurvariidae Prodoxidae (yucca moths)Andesianoidea Andesianidae (Andean endemic moths)Nepticuloidea Nepticulidae (pigmy, or midget moths) Opostegidae (white eyecap moths)Palaephatoidea Palaephatidae (Gondwanaland moths)Tischerioidea Tischeriidae (trumpet leaf miner moths) D i t r y s i a. thanks wikipedia.

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Scanvec Amiable FlexiSign

This article relies too much on references to primary sources. Please improve this by adding secondary or tertiary sources. (November 2008) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)SA International TypePrivate Industry Computer software Founded 1989 Headquarters Murray, UtahKey peopleMark Blundell, CEO; Don Feagan, President Products Flexi, FlexiPRINT, FlexiSIGN, PhotoPRINT, Enroute & PixelBlaster Website http://www.ThinkSAi.com FlexiSign is a software package designed for the commercial sign and print industry. It is designed for generating graphics to be cut using a vinyl plotter or printer using a variety of sign industry related wide-format printers. Later versions of the software incorporate a number of features found in Raster editing software such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. These features help to utilize some of the advancements in wide-format digital printing, earlier releases of the software were geared more towards vector art for vinyl plotters. As of January 2013, the latest Flexi line of products was Version 11. External links[edit]Official web site. thanks wikipedia.

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Izzhor

Izzhor VillageIzzhor Coordinates: 41°16′21″N 48°41′52″E / 41.27250°N 48.69778°E / 41.27250; 48.69778Coordinates: 41°16′21″N 48°41′52″E / 41.27250°N 48.69778°E / 41.27250; 48.69778 Country  Azerbaijan Rayon Quba Time zone AZT (UTC+4)  • Summer (DST) AZT (UTC+5) Izzhor is a village in the Quba Rayon of Azerbaijan. It is suspected that this village has undergone a name change or no longer exists, as no Azerbaijani website mentions it under this name. References[edit]Izzhor at GEOnet Names Serverv t e Quba DistrictCapital: QubaAdur Afurca Ağbil Alekseyevka Alıc Alpan Amsar Amsarqışlaq Aşağı Atuc Aşağı Tüləkəran Aşağı Xuç Ashagy Kharasha Atuc Aydınkənd Bad Bağbanlı Bağçalı Barlı Bərğov Birinci Nügədi Buduq Cadarı Cağacıq Çartəpə Çarxaçu Çayqışlaq Cek Çiçi Cimi Cındar Dağlı Dağüstü Dalaqo Dalıqaya Davudoba Dəhnə Dəlləkli Dərk Digah Dzhigli Əlibəyqışlaq Əlik Əliməmmədoba Ərməki Ərməkiqışlaq Əski İqrığ Əspərəsti Fətəli xan Fırıq Gədik Gədikqışlaq Gənclər Gəray Gilyanov Gömürdəhnə Güləzi Gültəpə Güneyməhlə Gürdəh Hacıağalar Hacıhüseynli Hacıqaib Haput İbrahimhapıt İdrisqışlaq İkinci Nügədi İqrığ İsnov İsnovqışlaq İspik Izzhor Karakyz Kardash Kazmabudug Kələbaq Kələnov Khinalug Küçeyi Kunxırt Küpçal Küpçalqışlaq Kürkün Küsnət Küsnətqazma Leyti-Kazma Mahmudqışlaq Mehdiqışlaq Məçkə-Xacə Mirzəməmmədkənd Mirzəqasım Mirzəqışlaq Möhüc Muçu Nohurdüzü Novonikolayevka Nöydün Nütəh Ördüc Orta Xuç Paşaoba Pirvahid Puçuq Püstəqasım Qacar Zeyid Qalayxudat Qamqam Qarabulaq Qaraçay Qarovulüstü Qarxun Qasımqışlaq Qayadalı Qəçrəş Qələdüz Qənidərə Qımıl Qımılqazma Qımılqışlaq Qırızdəhnə Qırmızı Qəsəbə Qonaqkənd Qorxmazoba Qrız Raziyələr Rəngdar Ruçuq Rük Rustov Səbətlər Serteng Sırt Çiçi Sofikənd Söhüb Şuduq Sukhtakala Susay Susayqışlaq Talabı Talabıqışlaq Talış Tekeshykhy Təngəaltı Timiryazev Toxmar Tülər Uçgün Utuq Uzunmeşə Vəlvələ Vladimirovka Xaltan Xanagahyolu Xanəgah Xaruşa Xaşı Xaspolad Xırt Xucbala Yalavanc Yekdar Yenikənd Yerfi Yergüc Yuxarı Digah Yuxarı Tüləkəran Zərdabi Zərqava Zeyid Zıxır Zizik This Quba Rayon location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v. thanks wikipedia.

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Karl von Hegel

Karl Ritter von Hegel (June 7, 1813, in Nuremberg – December 5, 1901, in Erlangen) was a German historian. During his lifetime he was a well-known and highly reputated historian who received many awards and honours, because he was one of the leading urban historians in the second half of the 19th century. However, his work has been little noted in the 20th and 21st centuries.Contents 1 Life and work 2 Selected writings 3 References 4 Further reading 5 External linksLife and work[edit] Karl Hegel was the son of the philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel. His father died in 1831, when Karl Hegel was 18 years old. Hegel’s own career suffered under the fame of his father. His mother, Marie Helena Susanna von Tucher (1791–1855) came from a long-established Nuremberg family of nobility. In Nuremberg, Hegel spent his first three years. The family relocated to Heidelberg in 1816, where his father became Professor of Philosophy. In 1818, they moved again, this time to Berlin. Karl Hegel studied in Berlin and in Heidelberg. One of his academic teachers was Leopold von Ranke. In 1837, he earned a PhD in Berlin (his Doctor’s thesis was about Alexander the Great.[1] From 1838 to 1839, he went to Italy and did a lot of historical researches. Back to Berlin, he worked for a short time as a high school teacher. From 1841 to 1856, he was Professor for History and Politics at the University of Rostock. In 1847, he published two volumes of the History of Urban Constitution of Italy since the Time of the Roman Empire until the End of the 12th Century. From then on he was a well-known historian of the 19th century. The universities of Leipzig, Kiel, Munich, Greifswald and Erlangen offered him a professorship.[2] In 1850, he was as elected representative of the Erfurt Parliament. In the same year, he married his cousin Susanna Tucher. In 1856, the University of Erlangen appointed him to the newly created teaching chair in history. In 1870, he was vice-rector at FAU. From 1862 to 1899, 27 volumes of the edition “Die Chroniken der deutschen Städte” appeared under his leadership and were published by Karl Hegel for the Historical Commission of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities in Munich. Hegel edited six chronicles volumes (Nuremberg, Strasbourg and Mainz) in many parts on his own. With Hegel as a department manager, the edition of the chronicles was one of the most successful projects of the Munich Historical Commission at the Royal Academy,. thanks wikipedia.

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