Martti Tolamo

Martti Leo Tolamo (born Topelius; 21 February 1907 – 14 March 1940) was a Finnish athlete. He competed in the Olympic Games as a decathlete and a long jumper; his other strong event was the non-Olympic pentathlon, in which he broke the unofficial world record in 1930 and won two medals, including a gold, at the International University Games.

At the 1928 Olympics in Amsterdam Tolamo competed in the decathlon, placing 16th. The following year he exceeded the Finnish long jump record with a jump of 7.42 m, but due to wind assistance that record could not be ratified.

At the 1930 Finnish Championships at Tampere he won the pentathlon with 4011 points, an unofficial world record. He also triumphed at that year’s International University Games, scoring 3979 points to secure gold ahead of Latvia’s Jānis Dimza. Tolamo’s world record was broken the following year by javelin thrower Matti Sippala; however, with modern scoring tables Tolamo’s score would have remained the record, and it eventually re-emerged as a national pentathlon best, only broken in 2007.

Tolamo legitimately broke the Finnish long jump record in 1933 in a dual meet between Finland and Norway, jumping 7.46 m. At that year’s International University Games he won silver in the long jump and bronze in the pentathlon. He broke his own national long jump record in September 1934, in another dual meet (between Finland and Germany); he jumped 7.51 m and defeated both Wilhelm Leichum, who had won the European championship the previous week, and future Olympic silver medalist Luz Long. That jump remained the Finnish record until 1954, when Jorma Valkama broke it.

Tolamo returned to the Olympics in 1936, competing in both the decathlon and the long jump. He failed to make the final in the long jump and did not finish in the decathlon.

Paroy (Seine-et-Marne)

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Paroy est une commune française située dans le département de Seine-et-Marne en région Île-de-France.

Ses habitants sont appelés les Paroyens.

Le village est situé à 13 km au sud-ouest de Provins et à 23 km au nord-est de Montereau-Fault-Yonne.

La rivière l’Auxence en limite ouest de la commune.

La commune résulte du démantèlement de celle de Jutigny en 1870.

En 2013, la commune comptait 179 habitants. L’évolution du nombre d’habitants est connue à travers les recensements de la population effectués dans la commune depuis 1793. À partir du XXIe siècle, les recensements réels des communes de moins de 10 000 habitants ont lieu tous les cinq ans, contrairement aux autres communes qui ont une enquête par sondage chaque année.

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Lianne Paulina-Mürl

Lianne-Maren Paulina-Mürl geb. Paulina (* 18. September 1944 in Bühlau/Westpreußen; † 27. Juli 1992 in Kronshagen) war eine deutsche Politikerin (SPD). Sie war von 1987 bis 1992 Präsidentin des Landtages von Schleswig-Holstein.

Nach dem Abitur 1964 absolvierte Lianne Paulina-Mürl ein Studium der Rechts- und Staatswissenschaften an der Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, welches sie 1969 als Diplom-Volkswirtin beendete. Anschließend war sie als Referentin an der Bibliothek des Instituts für Weltwirtschaft in Kiel tätig.

Lianne Paulina-Mürl war verheiratet und hatte zwei Kinder. Sie starb im Alter von 47 Jahren an Krebs, ihr Grab befindet sich auf dem Parkfriedhof Eichhof.

Paulina-Mürl gehörte von 1979 bis 1987 dem Landesvorstand der SPD in Schleswig-Holstein an und war von 1981 bis 1987 stellvertretende SPD-Landesvorsitzende. Daneben war Lianne Paulina-Mürl seit 1978 Mitglied im Landesvorstand der Arbeitsgemeinschaft sozialdemokratischer Frauen (ASF) und ab 1981 auch stellvertretende Landesvorsitzende der ASF. Von 1974 bis 1982 gehörte sie der Gemeindevertretung von Kronshagen an, wo sie 1982 erste stellvertretende Bürgervorsteherin war.

Von 1983 bis 1992 war sie Mitglied des Landtages von Schleswig-Holstein. Nachdem nach der Landtagswahl 1987 die SPD erstmals seit 1954 wieder die stärkste Fraktion stellte, wurde Lianne Paulina-Mürl am 2. Oktober 1987 zur Landtagspräsidentin gewählt und 1988 im Amt bestätigt. Paulina-Mürl ist 1983 über die Landesliste und danach stets als direkt gewählte Abgeordnete des Wahlkreises Eckernförde in den Landtag eingezogen.

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Liste der Naturschutzgebiete im Kreis Warendorf

Die Liste der Naturschutzgebiete im Kreis Warendorf enthält die Naturschutzgebiete des Landkreises Kreis Warendorf in Nordrhein-Westfalen.

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Wichita Falls and Southern Railroad

The Wichita Falls and Southern Railroad Company was a railroad in operation in North Texas from 1921 to 1954. It was incorporated in 1920 by several investors, most prominently Frank Kell and his brother-in-law, Joseph A. Kemp, both of Wichita Falls, Texas.

The company constructed a 38-mile extension from the existing Wichita Falls and Southern Railway at Newcastle to Jimkurn, since a ghost town in Stephens County, Texas. The Wichita Falls and Southern Railroad became operational on July 21, 1921, when it also began leasing the Wichita Falls and Southern Railway. In 1921, the since defunct Wichita Falls, Ranger and Fort Worth Railroad, which tied Wichita Falls to Ranger in Eastland County and Fort Worth in Tarrant County, was opened to Jimkurn. The three combined lines stretched from Wichita Falls to Dublin located in Erath County in Central Texas.

In August 1927, the Wichita Falls and Southern Railroad acquired the stock of the Wichita Falls and Southern Railway and the Wichita Falls, Ranger and Fort Worth Railroad, both of which had been leased by the parent company. The railroad acquired rights to use the track of the Wichita Falls and Oklahoma Railroad system from Wichita Falls to Waurika in Jefferson County in southern Oklahoma. The total route was hence expanded to tie Dublin to Waurika. After Kemp’s death in 1930, Kell became the company president, assisted by his son, Joseph Archibald Kell (1895-1939), and Joe J. Perkins as the vice president, based at company headquarters in Wichita Falls.

In 1929, the company owned 11 locomotives, with five passenger cars, 147 freight cars, and 15 company cars. It was rated a Class II entity by the Texas Railroad Commission, which no longer regulates railroads, but instead the state’s energy industries. Earnings in 1929 exceeded $1 million, mostly from freight revenue. On December 31, 1940, the Wichita Falls and Southern Railroad and its leased companies were merged. At its peak, the Wichita Falls and Southern had about 400 employees. However, the deaths of Joe Kell in 1939 and Frank Kell in 1941, coupled with strikes, floods, and wage issues, had by 1948 hampered the financial condition of the railroad. In 1952, under the management of one of Kell’s sons-in-law, Orville Bullington, the company was unaffiliated. That year, the railroad had earned about $530,000 in revenue. In 1954, it was abandoned.

Meanwhile, some 40 miles of the Wichita Falls and Southern Railroad between Graham in Young County and a point south of Breckenridge in Stephens County was acquired and operated by the since defunct Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad until 1969, when this line, too, was disestablished.

Kemp’s earlier Wichita Falls Railway, established in 1895, had provided service for the 18 miles between Wichita Falls and Henrietta in Clay County, Texas. This line was purchased in 1911 by the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad and ultimately abandoned as unprofitable in 1970.

Trewoon

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Trewoon (Cornish: Trewoon) is a village in south Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is on the western outskirts of St Austell on the A3058 road, about one mile from the town centre.

Trewoon is mentioned in the Domesday Book (as Tregoin: held by Hamelin from the count of Mortain) and is part of the St Mewan Parish and had its own manor known as Hembal Manor.

It is a linear settlement, with various housing estates, a village hall, park and playing fields.

The village has many amenities and local businesses: a garage (mechanical operations only), a post office, a busy local convenience store, hairdressers, „The White Pyramid“ pub, a social club and a Methodist church (Trinity Methodist Church).

China clay has played a big part in the village’s history following its discovery by William Cookworthy.

The A3058 is the main road through the village and is a very popular commuter and tourist road that links St Austell and Newquay.

The Cornish Main Line and a line that links to St Dennis, pass through the village. The Cornish Main Line directly serves most major towns and cities in Cornwall and forms the backbone for rail services in Cornwall, as well as providing a direct line to London. It is the southernmost railway line in the United Kingdom, and the westernmost in England.

The line that links St Dennis to the Cornish Main Line is now relatively unused in its prime time was a major transport route for Imeries trains transporting china clay mined in the local area to the local ports of ((Fowey)) and ((Par Docks)).

For a short while Trewoon had its own train station which was situated by the railway bridge crossing the A3058 accessible only by foot the station was very small and often not used by trains leading to its closure. In the redevelopment of St Austell for the St Austell Clay Country Eco-town the plans include a new train station in the village creating better transport links to the town.

The A3058 a very popular commuter and tourist road that links St Austell and Newquay and is thought to be one of the most dangerous roads in Cornwall with a lot of serious and some fatal accidents every year although only a few happen in the village every year. The A3058 also crosses the A30 (the major trunk road of Cornwall) and provides a link to the A30 from St Austell through the village.

The A3058 has seen many changes in its history including the widening of the road to cope with demand. To do this properties along the road in the village were demolished to make way for it.

Being on the main road between St Austell and Newquay the village benefits from good bus services mainly provided by Western Greyhound and can be as frequent as every 30 minutes at times. The village also benefits from services put on by First Western National but are not as regular.

The location of the village means that it can be susceptible to disruption due to bad weather. During heavy rain is a common sight to see the A3058 flooded where Westbridge Road and Cooperage Road slope down to meet each other under the railway bridge.

The elevations of the village and various hills in the village makes many roads in the village unpassable during heavy snow.

Trewoon also has a major part to play in the china clay industry in Cornwall being the home to the Blackpool Clay Pits and Dryers. The pits are the largest employer in the area which looks certain to come to an end with the announcement in 2006 to close Blackpool Pit at the end of 2007. The end came on 30 November 2007 and confirmed that Imerys was moving its operation to Brazil. It is estimated that the closure will take £12m a year out of the local economy. A total of 500 people were made redundant.

There are plans to build an extra 2500 houses in Trewoon in the Blackpool Dryers, Refinery and Pit.as part of the St Austell Clay Country Eco-town. The plan was given outline government approval in July 2009.

In the West Briton newspaper in 1959 Ashley Rowe noted that „on Coronation day 1838 Trewoon held its Flora Dance and at Truro the Mayor led the dance, which lasted till the small hours.

Trewoon has a history of carnivals every year but following changes in the law regarding insurance for motorised floats the Carnival like many others across Cornwall was no longer attracting enough observers and was forced to end. The carnival has now returned to the village and happens once a year in the month of August along with fun events, concerts and games that happen all week at various sites in the village.

Trewoon is also where the Trewoon Pantomime Group was founded and performed in the local village hall until moving due to requirements to the St Austell Church Hall where they still perform once a year. The pantomime group also hit national headlines in 2006 when they were banned from using a real bed for their annual bed push and had to use a wheelchair for health and safety reasons reported on the BBC.

In 1821 a ‘Bethel’ was built near where the railway arch is now. With the building of the first bridge, a ‘new’ chapel was needed. In 1871, a Mr John Gaved pioneered the project and a Mrs Hennah of Hembal Manor gave a plot of land where the Chapel now stands. Wesley had reputedly preached where The Green is now situated and so the new Chapel was ‘Wesleyan’ Methodist. The new building held 200 worshippers when the total population of Trewoon was only 280! It opened on Boxing Day 1871 and cost ‘no more than £400’.

The Olympic torch passed through the village on its tour of the UK before arriving in London for the start of the 2012 Olympics.

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Hong (Korean surname)

Hong is the common English spelling of 홍, in Korean and Chinese it means „wide“ or „big“.

As with all Korean family names, the holders of the Hong surname are divided into different patrilineal clans, or lineages, based on their ancestral seat. Most such clans trace their lineage back to a specific founder. This system was at its height under the yangban aristocracy of the Joseon Dynasty, but it remains in use today. There are approximately 241 such clans claimed by South Koreans. Historically, there had been 10 clans known but currently there are four clans remained. Hong clan is composed including Namyang, Pungsan, Bugye and Hongju clan.

The biggest clan is Namyang clan (Hangul: 남양 홍씨; hanja: 南陽 洪氏; RR: Namyang Hongssi) whose founder was Hong Eun-yeol in Goryeo Dynasty. Another founder in this clan was Hong Seon-haeng. Thus, the Namyang Hong clan is unique among Korean surnames in that it includes two separate unrelated family lines. The former, named „Tang Hong“ because it claims to have descended from the Chinese who took refuge in Korea following the fall of Tang Dynasty, consists of 80 percent of the clan.

All ancestry of Andong’s Pungsan Hong (Hangul: 풍산 홍씨; hanja: 豊山 洪氏; RR: Pungsan Hongssi) may be traced to the Goryeo dynasty’s Hong Ji-gyeong later known as a great master of Korean classical verse in the Joseon Dynasty. The Pungsan Hong were known as yangban among yangbans. Hong Jin was a direct descendant of Hong Ji-gyeong.

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Indiana State Road 69

Hovey Lake Fish and Wildlife Area SR 62 at Mount Vernon

State Road 69 (SR 69) is a part of the Indiana State Road system that runs between Hovey Lake Fish and Wildlife Area and Griffin in US state of Indiana. The 35.07 miles (56.44 km) of SR 69 that lie within Indiana serve as a major conduit. Some of the highway is listed on the National Highway System. Various sections are urban two-lane highway, four-lane divided highway and rural two-lane highway. The highway passes through residential, industrial and commercial properties.

SR 69 was first designated as a state road in 1931. SR 69 replaced the original State Road 20 designation of the highway which dated back to the formation of the Indiana state road system. SR 20 ran from Mount Vernon to New Harmony. SR 69 also replaced the second designation of the highway, SR 65, from the Ohio River to New Harmony.

Despite its proximity to Interstate 69, the two routes have no relation to each other.

SR 69 begins at the Hovey Lake Fish and Wildlife Area in southwestern Posey County, near the confluence of the Ohio River and the Wabash River. It proceeds roughly northeast as a rural two-lane on the banks of the Hovey Lake. The road turns due north, away from the lake, and towards Mount Vernon. The highway turn northwest passing around the southwest side of Mount Vernon, as a two-lane highway passing through farmland. The road turns east onto SR 62 and the two routes pass through downtown Mount Vernon. On the east side of downtown the road becomes a four-lane divided highway. Soon after SR 69 leaves the divided highway heading north. The route heads away from SR 62, as a four-lane undivided highway. The highway narrows to a two-lane highway and has a crossing with the Evansville Western Railroad track.

After the track, the roadway turns due west and has a sharp turn back due north, north of Mount Vernon. The highway heads north-northwest towards New Harmony as a rural two-lane highway, passing through mainly farmland with some woodlands. The route passes east of the Harmonie State Park and bypasses New Harmony to the southeast. SR 69 begins a concurrency with SR 66, heading northeast. Soon after the concurrency begin it ends with SR 66 heading due east and SR 69 still heading northeast. At an intersection with the western terminus of SR 68, SR 69 heads due north, before turning northwest. The highway makes a sharp curve heading northeast towards Griffin where it terminates at Interstate 64 (I–64).

The only segment of SR 69 that is included as a part of the National Highway System (NHS), is between SR 62 and I–64. The NHS is a network of highways that are identified as being most important for the economy, mobility and defense of the nation. The highway is maintained by the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) like all other state road in the state. The department tracks the traffic volumes along all state highways as a part of its maintenance responsibilities using a metric called average annual daily traffic (AADT). This measurement is a calculation of the traffic level along a segment of roadway for any average day of the year. In 2010, INDOT figured that lowest traffic levels were the 260 vehicles and 20 commercial vehicles used the highway daily near the southern terminus. The peak traffic volumes were 16,500 vehicles and 2,240 commercial vehicles AADT along the section of SR 69 that is concurrent with SR 62.

By 1923 the route that SR 69 takes today was signed as SR 20 from Mount Vernon to New Harmony, the rest was county roads. In 1927, the whole segment of SR 20 was renumber SR 65. The number was changed one last time, in 1931, this time to SR 69. In that year the route was extended south to the Ohio River, with a ferry across the river to Kentucky.

Eventually it was connected to Interstate 64 at the Griffin exit and rerouted to bypass New Harmony. In the late 1990s, the highway was routed onto the new William Keck Bypass on the eastern side of Mount Vernon.

The entire route is in Posey County.

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Wilhelmsgymnasium Kassel

Kunoldstraße 51

Das Wilhelmsgymnasium Kassel (früher „Wilhelmschule“, kurz „WG“) ist ein öffentliches Gymnasium in Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe.

Am 4. Mai 1886 wurde das Königliche Wilhelms-Gymnasium in Kassel am Hanauschen Park oberhalb des Weinbergs eingeweiht. Ihren Namen erhielt die Schule nach dem preußischen König und deutschen Kaiser Wilhelm I. Aufgrund gestiegener Schülerzahlen, die vom Friedrichsgymnasium nicht mehr aufgenommen werden konnten, war der Bau vom preußischen Staat initiiert und finanziert worden. Ein Teil der Lehrer- und Schülerschaft des Friedrichsgymnasiums zog 1886 in die neu eingeweihte Schule. Diese wurde im Zweiten Weltkrieg zerstört. Nach verschiedenen provisorischen Lösungen, einschließlich einer zeitweiligen Auslagerung von 1947 bis 1950 nach Neukirchen (Knüll), konnte erst 1959 der erste Bauabschnitt am heutigen Standort bezogen werden, drei Jahre später der gesamte Komplex – pünktlich zur Jubiläumsfeier des 75-jährigen Bestehens der Schule, die aus diesem Grund ein Jahr verspätet im Jahr 1962 stattfand. Aus dem im Krieg zerstörten Gebäude konnte lediglich eine Eulenbüste gerettet werden, die heute als Wahrzeichen im Eingangsbereich der Schule steht. Die Eule ist – als Symbol für Wissen und Weisheit in der griechischen Mythologie – zugleich das Wappentier der Schule.

Am 1. August 1968 wurde an der Wilhelmschule, wie das Wilhelmsgymnasium vorübergehend hieß, die Koedukation eingeführt. 1985 wurde die Schule durch einen weiteren Bau erheblich vergrößert. 2007 wurden im Neubau Räumlichkeiten für einen pädagogischen Mittagstisch geschaffen, im Februar 2009 begann neben der Schule der Bau einer neuen Drei-Felder-Turnhalle mit integrierter Mensa. Das Projekt wurde Anfang 2010 fertiggestellt. Aktuell besuchen ca. 1200 Schülerinnen und Schüler das Wilhelmsgymnasium. Von 2002 bis 2013 war Hans-Jürgen Ziegler, ein ehemals erfolgreicher Stabhochspringer, Schulleiter des Wilhelmsgymnasium.

Das Schulgebäude ist in den Alt- und den Neubau unterteilt. Im vierstöckigen Altbau befinden sich im Keller die Fachschaften Biologie und Latein und das hauseigene Lehrschwimmbad, im Erdgeschoss die Physikfachräume und eine Cafeteria, außerdem die Sporthalle, der SEK (Streitschlichtung) Raum, der Hausmeisterraum und die Toiletten. Im 1. Obergeschoss befinden sich neben der Verwaltung mit Sekretariat, den Büros der Schulleiter auch die Chemie-Räume und das Lehrerzimmer. Im zweiten Obergeschoss liegen die Kunst- und Musikräume und der Informatikfachraum.

Der Neubau besteht zu großen Teilen aus Klassenräumen, im Keller befindet sich die Lehrmittelbibliothek, ein Fotolabor, ein weiterer Musikraum und ein Bandraum. Bis zum Sommer 2010 waren dort zwei Speiseräume, die seit dem Schuljahr 2010/11 durch eine neue Mensa im Sporthallenneubau abgelöst wurden.

Direkt neben der Schule befindet sich die neue Sporthalle Bad Wilhelmshöhe, die offiziell der Stadt Kassel gehört und von mehreren Schulen benutzt wird. Am Fuldaufer wurde ein neues Bootshaus als Ersatz für das alte marode gebaut. Es ist als multifunktionales „WG-Haus“ seit 2011 verfügbar, hier sind zudem die Ruderboote des Rudervereins des Wilhelmsgymnasiums Kassel (RVWG) untergebracht.

Das Schulleben zeichnet sich durch ein breites Spektrum an Angeboten und Aktivitäten aus. Zu dem Angeboten gehören unter anderem:

Das Wilhelmsgymnasium bietet den Schülern sehr viele Schüleraustauschmöglichkeiten an, darunter Brownsburg, Preston und Seattle (alle Vereinigte Staaten), Kanton Waadt (Romandie in der Schweiz) und Kapstadt (Südafrika). Traditionell finden jedes Jahr ein Weihnachtskonzert, das berühmte Budenfest, ein Sommerkonzert und ein Ehemaligenfest, bei dem sich ehemalige Schüler und Lehrer des WG treffen, statt.

Der Unterricht erfolgt von der fünften bis zur neunten Klasse im Klassenverband, in den E- und Q-Phasen in Kursen. Die Schüler belegen ab der fünften Klasse Englisch als erste Fremdsprache, ab der sechsten Klasse kommt entweder Französisch oder Latein hinzu. Ab der Oberstufe können zusätzlich Latein als dritte Fremdsprache (zusätzlich zu Französisch), Spanisch und Informatik belegt werden.Nebenbei wird auch noch schwimmen in der 8. und 5. angeboten

Das Wilhelmsgymnasium hat innerhalb seiner Organisation folgende Schwerpunkte gesetzt:

Шарич, Иван

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Иван Шарич (хорв. Ivan Šarić; род. 17 августа 1990, Сплит) — хорватский шахматист, гроссмейстер (2008).

В составе сборной Хорватии участник 3-х шахматных Олимпиад: 39-й (2010), 40-й (2012) и 41-й (2014) и 3-х командных чемпионатов Европы (2009—2013).

В 2014 году (12 августа) на на 41-ой шахматной олимпиаде в норвежском Тромсё, победив чемпиона мира Магнуса Карсена, становится членом символического клуба Михаила Чигорина.