1992 Syracuse Orangemen football team

1992 Syracuse Orangemen footballEastern Champions Fiesta Bowl, W 26–22 vs. ColoradoConference Big East Conference (1979–2013) Ranking Coaches #7 AP #6 1992 record 10–2 (6–1 Big East) Head coach Paul Pasqualoni Home stadium Carrier Dome (Capacity: 50,000) Seasons « 1991 1993 »1992 Big East football standingsv t eConf     Overall Team W   L   T     W   L   T #3 Miami (FL) 4 – 0 – 0     11 – 1 – 0 #6 Syracuse 6 – 1 – 0     10 – 2 – 0 Rutgers 4 – 2 – 0     7 – 4 – 0 #21 Boston College 2 – 1 – 1     8 – 3 – 1 West Virginia 2 – 3 – 1     5 – 4 – 2 Pittsburgh 1 – 3 – 0     3 – 9 – 0 Virginia Tech 1 – 4 – 0     2 – 8 – 1 Temple 0 – 6 – 0     1 – 10 – 0 The Big East did not crown an official champion until 1993 when full league play began. Rankings from AP Poll The 1992 Syracuse Orangemen football team represented Syracuse University in the 1992 NCAA Division I-A football season. The Orangemen finished the season 10–2. Schedule[edit] Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance September 5 7:00 PM at East Carolina* #10 Ficklen Memorial Stadium • Greenville, NCW 42–21   36,500 September 12 3:30 PM Texas* #9 Carrier Dome • Syracuse, NY ABC W 31–21   49,238 September 19 6:30 PM #21 Ohio State* #8 Carrier Dome • Syracuse, NY ESPN L 12–35   49,629 October 3 4:00 PM at Louisville* #17 Cardinal Stadium • Louisville, KYW 15–9   37,323 October 10 12:00 PM Rutgers #15 Carrier Dome • Syracuse, NY BEN W 50–28   49,194 October 17 12:00 PM at #24 West Virginia #14 Mountaineer Field • Morgantown, WV (Ben Schwartzwalder Trophy) CBS W 20–17   52,627 October 24 12:00 PM at Temple #12 Veterans Stadium • Philadelphia, PAW 38–7   11,221 October 31 12:00 PM Pittsburgh #12 Carrier Dome • Syracuse, NY BEN W 41–10   48,837 November 7 12:00 PM Virginia Tech #10 Carrier Dome • Syracuse, NY BEN W 28–9   49,196 November 14 3:30 PM at #17 Boston College #10 Alumni Stadium • Chestnut Hill, MA (Rivalry) ABC W 27–10   33,298 November 21 3:30 PM #1. thanks wikipedia.

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Tau Ceti f

This article was nominated for deletion. The discussion was closed on 9 May 2016 with a consensus to merge the content into the article Tau Ceti. If you find that such action has not been taken promptly, please consider assisting in the merger instead of re-nominating the article for deletion. To discuss the merger, please use the destination article’s talk page. (May 2016)Tau Ceti fExoplanet List of exoplanets [[Image:|300px]] Parent star Star Tau Ceti Constellation Cetus Right ascension (α) 01h 44m 05s Declination (δ) −15° 56′ 15″ Apparent magnitude (mV) 3.50 Distance 11.905 ± 0.007 ly (3.65 ± 0.002 pc) Spectral type G8.5V Mass (m) 0.783 ± 0.012 M☉ Radius (r) 0.793 ± 0.004 R☉ Temperature (T) 5344 ± 50 K Metallicity [Fe/H] −0.55 ± 0.05 Age5.8 Gyr Orbital elements Semi-major axis (a) 1.35 ± 0.1[1] AU Eccentricity (e) 0.03 ± 0.3[1] Orbital period (P) 642 ± 30[1] d (1.76 y) Mean anomaly (M) 91.67[1]° Semi-amplitude (K) 0.58 [1] m/s Physical characteristics Minimum mass (m sin i) 6.6[1] M⊕ Discovery information Discovery date 19 December 2012 Discoverer(s) Tuomi et al. Discovery method Radial velocity Discovery status Unconfirmed Database references Extrasolar Planets Encyclopaedia data SIMBAD data Exoplanet Archive data Open Exoplanet Catalogue data Tau Ceti f is an unconfirmed planet that may be orbiting the nearby Sun-like star Tau Ceti 11.905 light years from the Sun. It is the fifth planet from Tau Ceti in its system – the outermost planet of the system discovered as of 2012. It is notable due to its predicted habitability and Earth-like properties, with an Earth Similarity Index of 0.71 and an orbit that places it in Tau Ceti’s extended habitable zone.[2]Contents 1 Discovery 2 Characteristics2.1 Possible habitability 3 ReferencesDiscovery[edit] As the other four planets of Tau Ceti, it was detected in 2012 by realizing statistical analyses of the data of the star’s variations in radial velocity that were obtained using HIRES, AAPS, and HARPS.[1] Characteristics[edit] Due to the detection method used, few properties of the planet are known other than its orbit and mass. It orbits Tau Ceti at a distance of 1.35 AU (near Mars’s orbit in the Solar System) with an orbital period of 642 days and has a minimum mass of 6.6 Earth masses, which means it is a super-Earth. Possible habitability[edi. thanks wikipedia.

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Marie-Clotilde-Elisabeth Louise de Riquet, comtesse de Mercy-Argenteau

Marie-Clotilde-Elisabeth Louise de Riquet Countess of Marcy-ArgenteauPortrait of Marie-Clotilde-Elisabeth Louise de Riquet by Ilya Repin (1890)Born (1837-06-03)3 June 1837 Died 8 November 1890(1890-11-08) (aged 53) Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire Marie-Clotilde-Elisabeth Louise de Riquet (3 June 1837 – 8 November 1890) was the eldest daughter of Michel Gabriel Alphonse Ferdinand de Riquet (1810–1865), created prince de Chimay 1834, for himself only, and Rosalie de Riquet de Caraman (1814–1872)[1] In childhood she developed considerable aptitude as a pianist. On 11 April 1860 she married Eugène Arnould Henri Charles François Marie, comte de Mercy-Argenteau (22 August 1838 – 2 May 1888). She met Franz Liszt the next year. In 1866, she met emperor Napoleon III and befriended him. After his defeat at the Battle of Sedan, she visited him for a last time when he was a prisoner of the Prussians at Schloss Wilhelmshöhe and consoled him playing music. She later wrote a book about their four-year relationship, The Last Love of an Emperor. In the early 1880s, she developed an interest in Russian music. This led to her studying the Russian language, translating some vocal music by several Russian composers, and arranging concerts and recitals of their music. Her advocacy of music by The Mighty Handful favored that of César Cui and facilitated the production of the latter’s opera Prisoner of the Caucasus in Liège in 1886. Cui’s collection of piano pieces entitled À Argenteau is a musical reminiscence of the count and countess’ estate in Belgium. La Comtesse de Mercy-Argenteau died of cancer on 8 November 1890 in Saint Petersburg, Russia.Contents 1 Writings 2 Notes 3 References 4 External linksWritings[edit]César Cui: esquisse critique. Paris: Fischbacher, 1888. The Last Love of an Emperor: reminiscences of the Comtesse Louise de Mercy-Argenteau, née Princesse de Caraman-Chimay, describing her association with the Emperor Napoléon III and the social and political part she played at the close of the Second Empire. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Page & Co., 1926.Notes[edit] ^ Her father was the younger brother of Joseph-Philippe, prince de Chimay, created prince de Caraman 1867; her brother Victor Joseph Alphonse Frédéric (1844-1928) was created prince de Chimay in Belgium 1865; she was never “Princesse de Caraman-Chimay” herself. (Almanach de Gotha: Caraman-Chimay). References[edit]Bronne, Carlo. La Comtesse. thanks wikipedia.

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Davydovo

Davydovo may refer to:Davydovo, Orekhovo-Zuyevsky District, Moscow Oblast, a village in Orekhovo-Zuyevsky District of Moscow Oblast, Russia Davydovo, Koverninsky District, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, a village in Koverninsky District of Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Russia Davydovo, Vachsky District, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, a village (selo) in Vachsky District of Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Russia Davydovo, Tver Oblast, a village in Tver Oblast, Russia Davydovo, name of several other rural localities in RussiaSee also: DavydovThis article includes a list of related items that share the same name (or similar names). If an internal link incorrectly led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. thanks wikipedia.

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Morning Star (comics)

This article is about the occultist Morning Star. For the Russian superhero from Marvel Comics, see Morningstar (comics).Morning StarSchuyler Belial, “Morning Star”. Pencils and inks by Bill Sienkiewicz, colors by Christie Scheele.Publication information Publisher Marvel Comics First appearance Moon Knight, Vol. 1 #29 (Mar 1983)[1] Created by Doug Moench Bill Sienkiewicz In-story information Alter ego Schuyler Belial Team affiliations The Followers of the Left Hand Path Abilities Arm-mounted energy weapon Morning Star is the alias of Schuyler Belial, a fictional Marvel Comics villain and Satanist who was an enemy of Moon Knight and the Werewolf by Night. He first appeared in Moon Knight, Volume 1 #29. He was created by Doug Moench and Bill Sienkiewicz. Fictional character biography[edit] Morning Star was the leader of a group of Satanists known as the Followers of the Left Hand Path (presumably referring to the occult tradition of the Left-Hand Path and Right-Hand Path). He and his cult spent a year tracking Jack Russell, the increasingly feral Werewolf by Night, the blood of whom Belial thought could be used to “reinvigorate” his followers by turning them into werewolves. In Los Angeles, the cult captured the werewolf, who escaped shortly thereafter, but not before the cult had implanted a tracking device in the creature’s skull.[2] The Werewolf by Night fled to New York City, where the superhero Moon Knight attempted to aid him.[3] They were both later captured by Morning Star and his cult, and taken to Morning Star’s offices in the penthouse of New York City’s Tishman Building, at 666 Fifth Avenue.[4] Morning Star planned to use Moon Knight as a human sacrifice, and afterwards to have his followers drink the blood of the Werewolf by Night to give them “the power of the Beast”. However, Moon Knight escaped his captors and helped the Werewolf by Night escape as well.[5] Morning Star immediately sent his men to recapture the two, but the cultists were defeated. Moon Knight and the Werewolf by Night later infiltrated the cult, returning to Morning Star’s offices, where they engaged in battle to defeat the rest of the members. During this melee, the Werewolf by Night threw Morning Star from the roof of the 41-story Tishman Building, killing him.[6] References[edit] ^ First appearance reprinted in Essential Moon Knight Vol. 2, ISBN 0-7851-2729-1. ^ “Werewolf by Night”. Marvel Comics. Retrieved 2008-06-26.  ^ Moon Knight vol. thanks wikipedia.

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Mark Millan

Mark J. Millan Born (1956-10-24) 24 October 1956 (age 59) Edinburgh, Scotland Residence France Fields Neuroscience, psychopharmacology Institutions Institute de Recherche de Servier (IDRS), Croissy-sur-Seine, Paris, France Education B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Alma mater Cambridge University (Gonville and Caius College); Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, Munich, Germany Known for Research and drug discovery for CNS disorders, especially pain, depression and schizophrenia Notable awards Serturner Prize for Pain Research, 1985; Ariens Award for Pharmacology, 2014 Mark J. Millan is a neuroscientist specialising in the study and improved treatment of disorders of brain. He is currently the Director of Pharmacological Innovation for the Central Nervous System (CNS) at the Institute de Recherché de Servier (IDRS) in Paris, France. He is also the Secretary of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology. Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, he is the son of former Scottish Labour Party Leader and European Commissioner, Bruce Millan, studied at Cambridge University and then spent ten years at the Max Planck Institut fur Psychiatrie, Munich, before moving to Paris.Contents 1 Career1.1 Research focus/interests 1.2 Notable contributions to research 2 Awards 3 Positions of trust and responsibility 4 Publications 5 External links 6 ReferencesCareer[edit] Millan received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University, where we studied at Gonville and Caius College. He went on to retrain in neuroscience and neuropsychiatry at the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich, Germany, in 1978-1987. Millan then joined the Institute de Recherche de Servier in Paris as a Lab Head. In 1993 he was appointed Director of the Psychopharmacology Division, assuming a more strategic role in therapeutic innovation for CNS disorders in 2010. Research focus/interests[edit] At the Max Planck Institute, Millan’s work focused on pain, stress, and endogenous opioids and earned him the international Serturner Prize for Pain Research. Since joining IDRS, he has directed research into the causes of psychiatric and neurological disorders and led drug discovery programmes for improved treatment, focussing in particular on depression, schizophrenia and Parkinson’s disease. This work led to his nomination for the Ariens Prize for Pharmacology in 2014. Reconnecting with his original studies at Cambridge University, Millan is developing n. thanks wikipedia.

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Germany (European Parliament constituency)

This article is about the European Parliament constituency. For the country, see Germany. For all other uses, see Germany (disambiguation). Germany European Parliament constituency Location among the 2014 constituenciesMember state Germany Created 1979 MEPs 81 (1979 – 1994) 99 (1994 – 2014) 96 (2014 – present) Sources [1][2] In European elections, Germany is a constituency of the European Parliament, covering the entire country of Germany. It is currently represented by ninety-six members, the most of any European Parliament constituency.Contents 1 Current MEPs 2 1979 3 1984 4 1989 5 1994 6 1999 7 2004 8 2009 9 2014 10 References 11 External linksCurrent MEPs[edit]This article is outdated. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. (March 2015) Further information: MEPs for Germany 2014–2019 As of October 2007 Name National Party EP group Alexander Nuno Alvaro Freie Demokratische Partei ALDE Angelika Beer Bündnis 90/Die Grünen G–EFA Rolf Berend Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands EPP–ED Reimer Böge Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands EPP–ED Hiltrud Breyer Bündnis 90/Die Grünen G–EFA André Brie Die Linke GUE–NGL Elmar Brok Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands EPP–ED Udo Bullmann Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands PES Daniel Caspary Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands EPP–ED Jorgo Chatzimarkakis Freie Demokratische Partei ALDE Daniel Cohn-Bendit Bündnis 90/Die Grünen G–EFA Michael Cramer Bündnis 90/Die Grünen G–EFA Albert Dess Christlich-Soziale Union in Bayern EPP–ED Christian Ehler Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands EPP–ED Markus Ferber Christlich-Soziale Union in Bayern EPP–ED Karl-Heinz Florenz Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands EPP–ED Ingo Friedrich Christlich-Soziale Union in Bayern EPP–ED Michael Gahler Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands EPP–ED Evelyne Gebhardt Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands PES Roland Gewalt Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands EPP–ED Norbert Glante Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands PES Lutz Goepel Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands EPP–ED Alfred Gomolka Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands EPP–ED Friedrich-Wilhelm Graefe zu Baringdorf Bündnis 90/Die Grünen G–EFA Ingeborg Grässle Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands EPP–ED Lissy Grö. thanks wikipedia.

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Salt Lake Hardware Building

Salt Lake Hardware Company Warehouse U.S. National Register of Historic PlacesLocation 155 N 400 W, Salt Lake City, Utah Coordinates 40°46′19″N 111°54′9″W / 40.77194°N 111.90250°W / 40.77194; -111.90250Coordinates: 40°46′19″N 111°54′9″W / 40.77194°N 111.90250°W / 40.77194; -111.90250 Area 2.5 acres (1.0 ha) NRHP Reference # 01001082[1] Added to NRHP October 4, 2001 The Salt Lake Hardware Building is a converted warehouse building, located at 155 N 400 West in Salt Lake City, Utah. In 1996 it was converted to office space for Albertsons operations,[2] but currently it is vacant. In 2001, the building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. At that time there was a water tower on the roof, but it has since been removed. The building was built in 1909, just north of a depot of the Oregon Short Line Railroad.[3] References[edit] ^ Staff (2010-07-09). “National Register Information System”. National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.  ^ Lythgoe, Dennis (November 24, 1996). “Hardware History: S.L. Hardware Building Has Been Renovated and Turned into Office Space”. Deseret News.  ^ Judy Reese (August 15, 2001). “National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Salt Lake Hardware Building” (PDF). National Park Service.  and accompanying four photos External links[edit]Utah Locations: Salt Lake Hardware BuildingThis article about a building or structure in Utah is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Igor Stojaković

Igor StojakovićPersonal information Full name Igor Stojaković Date of birth (1980-05-27) 27 May 1980 (age 35) Place of birth Kraljevo, SFR Yugoslavia Height 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in) Playing position Midfielder Club informationCurrent teamJavor Ivanjica Number 10 Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1999–2003 Čukarički Stankom 95 (6) 2003 Vasalund/Essinge IF – (-) 2004–2005 Rad 34 (4) 2005–2006 Budućnost Banatski Dvor 37 (4) 2006–2008 Banat Zrenjanin 39 (4) 2008–2009 Mogren 15 (0) 2009–2011 Javor Ivanjica 53 (2) 2011–2013 Vardar 31 (4) 2013– Javor Ivanjica 61 (8) National team 1998 FR Yugoslavia U18 4 (0) 2000–2001 FR Yugoslavia U21 4 (0)* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 21 May 2016. † Appearances (goals) Igor Stojaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Игор Стојаковић; born 27 May 1980) is a Serbian professional footballer who plays for Javor Ivanjica. Honours[edit]Mogren Montenegrin First League: 2008–09 Vardar Macedonian First Football League: 2011–12External links[edit]UEFA profile Srbijafudbal profilev t e FK Javor Ivanjica – current squad 1 Đogatović 3 Josović 4 Mićanović 5 Docić 6 Ajuru 7 Eliomar 8 Martusevich 9 Dražić 10 Stojaković 11 Gafurov 12 Ivanović 13 Živković 14 Kolaković 15 Crnomarković 17 Miletić 18 Vujović 19 Đokić 20 Milović (c) 21 Švonja 22 Dimitrić 23 Glintić 24 Amanović 25 Bjelanović 30 Maričić 26 Gajić 31 Ratković 32 Obinna 33 Zečević Manager: Dodić. thanks wikipedia.

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Pollycarpus Priyanto

Pollycarpus Budihari Priyanto (born January 25, 1961 in Surakarta) is a former Garuda Indonesia airline pilot. He poisoned human rights activist Munir Said Thalib with arsenic on September 7, 2004. On August 8, 2005, he went on trial for the murder. In December 2005, Priyanto was found guilty and sentenced to fourteen years’ imprisonment. In October 2006, his charge was annulled by the Supreme Court, citing insufficient evidence.[1] He was released on December 26, 2006, after receiving a month reduction on his sentence – less than the time remaining to serve – as part of a holiday amnesty. The Supreme Court then re-opened the case for a judicial review, and he was sentenced again on January 24, 2008, this time to 20 years.[2][3] In November 2014, Priyanto was released from prison.[4] External links[edit]^ BBC ^ BBC NEWS | World | Asia-Pacific | Pilot guilty of activist murder ^ Activist’s killer jailed for 20 years | World news | The Guardian ^ Munir’s murderer released on parole, Website Jakarta Post, 29 Nov. 2014 “Suspect in murder of Indonesia’s top human rights activist goes on trial”, AP “Indonesia pilot jailed for murder”, BBC NewsThis biographical article related to crime is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e This Indonesian biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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