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Rhopobota mou

Rhopobota mou

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Arthropoda

Class:
Insecta

Order:
Lepidoptera

Family:
Tortricidae

Genus:
Rhopobota

Species:
R. mou

Binomial name

Rhopobota mou
Razowski, 2013

Rhopobota mou is a species of moth of the Tortricidae family. It is found in New Caledonia, in the southwest Pacific Ocean.
The wingspan is about 17 mm. The ground colour of the forewings is white, preserved as two dorsal blotches divided by brownish lines. The remaining area is whitish, suffused with brown and with brownish strigulation (fine streaks) and costal strigulae. The hindwings are whitish, tinged with brown, but darker apically.[1]
References[edit]

^ Razowski, J., 2013: Leaf-rollers from New Caledonia (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae). Shilap Revista de Lepidopterologia 41 (161): 69-93. Full article: [1].

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Dereiçi, Sason

For other places with the same name, see Dereiçi.

Dereiçi

Village

Country
 Turkey

Province
Batman Province

District
Sason

Population (2011)

 • Total
61

Time zone
EET (UTC+2)

 • Summer (DST)
EEST (UTC+3)

Dereiçi is a village in the District of Sason, Batman Province, Turkey. As of 2011, it had a population of 61 people.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Population of city, towns and villages – 2011”. Turkish Statistical Institute. Archived from the original on 27 October 2014. Retrieved 14 December 2012. 

Coordinates: 38°18′58″N 41°18′57″E / 38.3162°N 41.3159°E / 38.3162; 41.3159

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St Macartan’s Cathedral, Clogher

For the Roman Catholic cathedral church, see St Macartan’s Cathedral, Monaghan.

St Macartan’s Cathedral, Clogher

St Macartan’s Cathedral, Clogher

Coordinates: 54°24′39″N 07°10′19″W / 54.41083°N 7.17194°W / 54.41083; -7.17194

Location
Clogher, County Tyrone

Country
Northern Ireland

Denomination
Church of Ireland

Architecture

Architect(s)
James Martin

Completed
1744

Administration

Diocese
Diocese of Clogher

Province
Province of Armagh

Clergy

Bishop(s)
The Right Reverend John McDowell

Rector
Vacant

Dean
The Very Revd Kenneth Hall

Precentor
Vacant

Curate(s)
The Revd Olivia Downey

Archdeacon
The Venerable Helene Steed

St Macartan’s Cathedral, Clogher is one of two cathedral churches in the Diocese of Clogher (the other is St Macartin’s Cathedral, Enniskillen) in the Church of Ireland. It is situated in the village of Clogher, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland in the ecclesiastical province of Armagh.
It was designed in 1744 by architect James Martin in a neo-classical style.

Contents

1 History
2 Burials
3 See also
4 References

History[edit]
According to tradition a monastery and bishopric were founded in Clogher circa 490 by St. Macartan on the orders of St. Patrick.
In 1041, the church of Clogher was rebuilt, and dedicated to the memory of St. Macartin. It was again rebuilt in 1295 by Matthew M’Catasaid, Bishop of Clogher, but burnt to the ground on 20 April 1396 along with two chapels, the abbey, the court of the bishops, and thirty-two other buildings with all their contents. In 1610 the abbey and its revenues were confiscated by King James I and given to the Diocese of Clogher.
The present building was erected on the site in 1744.
Burials[edit]

Brian Mac Cathmhaoil, Bishop of Clogher (1356–1358). He died of the plague in 1358.
Art Mac Cathmhaoil (Mac Cawell), Bishop of Clogher (1390–1432) a pious man, who had kept a house of public hospitality for the poor and indigent, died after penance in 1432.
Robert Leslie (died 1672), Bishop of Clogher

See also[edit]

Dean of Clogher

References[edit]

Creating St Macartan’s Cathedral
Photographs of cathedral

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Alex Kouri

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Alexander Martin Kouri Bumachar, (born Lima, 7 April 1964), known as Alex Kouri, is a Peruvian lawyer and politician. Throughout his fruitful career, he has held multiple titles: president of Beneficiencia del Callao (1990), Congressman (1993-1995), three times elected Mayor of the city of Callao and Governor of Callao region.
He graduated in Law and Political Sciences at Universidad de Lima (Lima University). Law Doctor candidate at Jaen University (Universidad de Jaen), Spain. He holds a master’s degree in Security, Crisis and Emergency from IUOG (Instituto Universitario Ortega y Gasset); as well as, Intelligence and Counter-Intelligence; and, Propaganda and Psico-social Operations, in CISDE (Spain). He has also undertaken advanced studies in Fundamental Rights and Globalization at Universidad Complutense (Madrid, Spain). He also teaches in several Peruvian universities, in under- and post- graduate studies.
Published author of various books on Peruvian legislation, governance and security topics: 1) Fenomenología de la legalización de los partidos Bildu/Movadef (July 2013) 2) Reflexiones – bloqueo de celular es en prisoners de máxima Seguridad (desde la óptica de inteligencia)(July 2016) 3) Civiam Participationem- mecanismos de parricipación y control ciudadanos en el Perú (October 2016)

Contents

1 Oficial Website
2 Biography
3 See also
4 External links

Oficial Website[edit]
www.alexkouri.com
Biography[edit]
Alex Kouri was born April 7, 1964 in Lima. He studied Law at the University of Lima. He began his political career as a member of the Christian People’s Party, became City Manager of Callao in 1990 and a Congressman in 1993. He then left the CPP to

Chobrzany

Chobrzany

Village

Chobrzany

Coordinates: 50°38′40″N 21°34′26″E / 50.64444°N 21.57389°E / 50.64444; 21.57389

Country
 Poland

Voivodeship
Świętokrzyskie

County
Sandomierz

Gmina
Samborzec

Chobrzany [xɔˈbʐanɨ] is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Samborzec, within Sandomierz County, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, in south-central Poland. It lies approximately 6 kilometres (4 mi) west of Samborzec, 14 km (9 mi) west of Sandomierz, and 73 km (45 mi) east of the regional capital Kielce.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Central Statistical Office (GUS) – TERYT (National Register of Territorial Land Apportionment Journal)” (in Polish). 2008-06-01. 

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Gmina Samborzec

Seat

Samborzec

Other villages

Andruszkowice
Bogoria Skotnicka
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Coordinates: 50°38′40″N 21°34′26″E / 50.64444°N 21.57389°E / 50.64444; 21.57389

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Thomas J. Cram

Thomas Jefferson Cram (March 1, 1804 – December 20, 1883) was an engineer in the service of the U.S. Corps of Topographical Engineers during the American Civil War.
Biography[edit]
Cram was born in Acworth, New Hampshire.[1] He graduated from the U.S. Military Academy in 1826 and served on its faculty from 1826 to 1836. After working for the railroad industry for two years, he returned to Army service as a captain in 1838. Assigned as a topographical engineer, he worked on numerous surveys in Texas, the Upper Midwest and other western states.
In Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Cram is honored for his historic 1840 treaty with the Ojibwa Chief Ca-sha-o-sha. As part of the settlement of the “Toledo War,” between Michigan and Ohio, most of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan was granted to Michigan. Cram conducted a reconnaissance exploration and established the Mile Corner Zero in 1840 and the route of the line in 1841. He made a treaty for passage with Chief Ca-Sha-O-Sha and his band of Ojibwa (Chippewa) near a large tamarack tree near the Mile Corner Zero at the Brule River. This event and the tamarack tree that marked the spot of the agreement, is a Michigan historical landmark.
From 1855-1858 he was the chief topographical engineer for the Department of the Pacific.
In the early months of the Civil War (1861), Cram was promoted to major and then lieutenant colonel. He served as aide to General Wool from 1861–63 and was engaged in the campaign to capture Norfolk, Virginia, in May 1862. Lt. Col. Cram was transferred to the Army Corps of Engineers when the Topographical Engineers were disbanded in 1863, and was promoted to full colonel at the end of the war in 1865. He was later brevetted to Major General to recognize his war service, and served until his retirement in 1869.
Cram died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he is buried.
References[edit]

^ “Acworth Matters and Men”. The Granite Monthly. 45: 270. 1913. 

Beers, Henry P., “A History of the U.S. Topographical Engineers, 1813-1863.” 2 parts, The Military Engineer 34 (Jun 1942): pp. 287–91 & (Jul 1942): pp. 348–52. Available as of April 16, 2006 from http://www.topogs.org/History.htm and http://www.topogs.org/History2.htm .

External links[edit]

“Thomas J. Cram”. Find a Grave. Retrieved 2008-10-19. 

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1124 in Ireland

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in
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Centuries:

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Decades:

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See also:
Other events of 1124
List of years in Ireland

Events from the year 1124 in Ireland.
Events[edit]

Dún Bhun na Gaillimhe (‘Fort at the Mouth of the Gaillimh’) was constructed by the King of Connacht Tairrdelbach Ua Conchobair.

Births[edit]

Tigernán Ua Ruairc, ruler of the Kingdom of Breifne

References[edit]

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Tui Manu’a Graves Monument

Tui Manu’a Graves Monument

U.S. National Register of Historic Places

Location
Northwest of the junction of Ta’u Village and Ta’u Island Roads Ta’u, Manu’a, American Samoa

Coordinates
14°13′41″S 169°30′58″W / 14.22806°S 169.51611°W / -14.22806; -169.51611Coordinates: 14°13′41″S 169°30′58″W / 14.22806°S 169.51611°W / -14.22806; -169.51611

Area
less than one acre

Built
1895 (1895)

NRHP Reference #
15000812[1]

Added to NRHP
November 19, 2015

The Tui Manu’a Graves Monument is a funerary marker and grave site on the island Ta’u, the largest island of the Manu’a group in American Samoa. It is located northwest of the junction of Ta’u Village and Ta’u Island Roads on the west side of the island. It consists of a stone platform, about 3 feet (0.91 m) in height, that is roughly rectangular in shape with a projection at one end. Three graves are marked by square sections of smoothed stones, while a fourth is marked by a marble column. A possible fifth grave, unmarked, is in the projection. It is the burial site of several (four or five) tu’i, or kings, of Manu’a, including Tui Manuʻa Elisala, the Samoan leader whose signature granted the United States hegemony over the islands.[2]
The monument was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2015.[1]
See also[edit]

National Register of Historic Places listings in American Samoa

References[edit]

^ a b National Park Service (2010-07-09). “National Register Information System”. National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
^ “NRHP nomination for Tui Manu’a Graves Monument” (PDF). National Park Service. Retrieved 2016-02-08. 

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Deadwood River (Idaho)

Deadwood River

Construction of the Deadwood Dam in 1930

Country
United States

State
Idaho

Region
Valley and Boise counties

Source

 - location
Deadwood Summit

 - elevation
6,965 ft (2,123 m)

 - coordinates
44°32′39″N 115°33′48″W / 44.54417°N 115.56333°W / 44.54417; -115.56333 [1]

Mouth
South Fork Payette River

 - elevation
3,700 ft (1,128 m)

 - coordinates
44°04′45″N 115°39′30″W / 44.07917°N 115.65833°W / 44.07917; -115.65833Coordinates: 44°04′45″N 115°39′30″W / 44.07917°N 115.65833°W / 44.07917; -115.65833 [1]

Length
43.5 mi (70 km)

Basin
109 sq mi (282 km2) [2]

The Deadwood River is a 43.5-mile (70.0 km) tributary of the South Fork Payette River, flowing through Boise National Forest in Valley and Boise counties, Idaho in the United States. It joins the South Fork Payette River about 3 miles (4.8 km) east of Lowman. The source of the Deadwood River is below Deadwood summit on forest road 579 in the Salmon River Mountains. The Deadwood Dam was completed in 1931 and impounded the river to form Deadwood Reservoir.[3][4][5]
References[edit]

^ a b “Deadwood River”. Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. 1979-06-21. Retrieved December 27, 2014. 
^ “USGS National Map Streamer”. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved November 17, 2014. 
^ Boise National Forest (Map). 1:126720. U.S. Forest Service. 2012.  |access-date= requires |url= (help)
^ “USGS 13236500 Deadwood River Bl Deadwood Res Nr Lowman ID”. USGS. Retrieved December 27, 2014. 
^ “Boise and Deadwood River Bull Trout (Salvelinus confluentus monitoring activities” (PDF). Bureau of Reclamation. 2009. Archived from the original (PDF) on December 27, 2014. Retrieved December 27, 2014. 

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Jorge Fernández Granados

This article is an orphan, as no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; try the Find link tool for suggestions. (February 2013)

Jorge Fernández Granados (born 1965) is a Mexican poet.[1] He is a recipient of the Carlos Pellicer Iberoamerican Poetry Award and the Jaime Sabines International Prize.[2]
References[edit]

^ “Exocity » Contributors » Jorge Fernández Granados”. eXchanges:Journal of Literary Translation. Retrieved 2012-01-07. 
^ “Events: Translating Cultures: Participant Biographies”. Miami University Department of English. Retrieved 2012-01-07. 

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