Eisa Abdullah

Eisa Abdullah

Personal information

Full name
Eisa Abdullah Salem Al Saadi

Date of birth
(1988-06-16) 16 June 1988 (age 28)

Place of birth
United Arab Emirates

Height
1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)

Playing position
Wigner, Right-Back

Club information

Current team

Free Agent

Youth career

Al-Wahda

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

2009–2015
Al-Wahda

2015–2016
Emirates Club

2016
Al-Ittihad

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Eisa Abdullah (Arabic:عيسى عبد الله) (born 16 June 1988) is a Emirati footballer. He currently plays for Al-Ittihad .[1]
External links[edit]

Eisa Abdullah profile at Soccerway

References[edit]

^ XS Studios. “عيسى عبد الله”. uae.agleague.ae. Retrieved 2016-05-23. [permanent dead link]

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Borisoglebsky, Yaroslavl Oblast

For other places with the same name, see Borisoglebsky (inhabited locality).
Coordinates: 57°16′N 39°09′E / 57.27°N 39.15°E / 57.27; 39.15

Monastery of Sts. Boris and Gleb ca. 1911 (photo by Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky)

Borisoglebsky (Russian: Борисогле́бский) is an urban locality (an urban-type settlement) and the administrative center of Borisoglebsky District of Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia, located on the Ustye River, 16 kilometers (9.9 mi) from Rostov and 77 kilometers (48 mi) southwest of Yaroslavl. Population: 5,646 (2010 Census);[1] 5,957 (2002 Census);[2] 6,327 (1989 Census);[3] 4,600 (1968).
The settlement’s principal tourist attraction is the famous Borisoglebsky Monastery, now a museum. The monastery is named after Saints Boris and Gleb. The monastery was favored by Ivan the Terrible who personally supervised the construction of towered walls and bell-tower around an even more ancient cathedral. The only addition made to the monastery after Ivan’s death is a superb carved barbican church, commissioned by the metropolitan Iona Sysoevich in the late 17th century.
In 2005, the statues of monk Peresvet (by Zurab Tsereteli) and of Prince Pozharsky were installed near the monastery walls.
References[edit]

^ Russian Federal State Statistics Service (2011). “Всероссийская перепись населения 2010 года. Том 1” [2010 All-Russian Population Census, vol. 1]. Всероссийская перепись населения 2010 года (2010 All-Russia Population Census) (in Russian). Federal State Statistics Service. Retrieved June 29, 2012. 
^ Russian Federal State Statistics Service (May 21, 2004). “Численность населения России, субъектов Российской Федерации в составе федеральных округов, районов, городских поселений, сельских населённых пунктов – районных центров и сельских населённых пунктов с населением 3 тысячи и более человек” [Population of Russia, Its Federal Districts, Federal Subjects, Districts, Urban Localities, Rural Localities—Administrative Centers, and Rural Localities with Population of Over 3,000] (XLS). Всероссийская перепись населения 2002 года [All-Russia Population Census o
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Dinah Abrahamson

Born
1954
Omaha, Nebraska, United States

Died
December 17, 2013(2013-12-17) (aged 59)[1]
Brooklyn, New York, United States

Occupation
Author/Nebraska State Central Committee Member

Nationality
American

Ethnicity
African American

Citizenship
American

Period
2011-2013

Genre
Race relations

Years active
2011-2013

Children
Sarah Abrahamson
Yosef Abrahamson

Website

theabrahamsonfamily.wordpress.com

Dinah Abrahamson (1954 – December 17, 2013) was an American author and politician. A native of Omaha, Nebraska, Abrahamson was a member of the Nebraska State Central Committee as well as an active member of the Republican Party. She was also known for her appearance on the Oprah Winfrey Network special on the lives of Hasidic Jews.[2] Abrahamson and her family were most memorable for being one of few African American families associated with the Chabad Lubavitch movement.

Contents

1 Early life
2 Religious views
3 Politics
4 Writing
5 Death
6 References
7 Sources

Early life[edit]
Abrahamson was born in Omaha, Nebraska in 1954, the daughter of immigrants. Her father was of Afro-Panamanian descent and her mother was of German-Jewish descent.[3] Raised by her mother and grandparents, Abrahamson grew up in a secular Jewish household and would only attend synagogue on events within the Jewish community.
Religious views[edit]
In 1993, Abrahamson and her two children joined the Hasidic Jewish dynasty, Chabad Lubavitch.[4] After being raised in a secular household, Abrahamson became religious as she grew older and got to know herself better. The Abrahamsons were one of few Hasidic families, let alone black Hasidic families, in the Omaha area.
Her daughter Sarah eventually moved to Brooklyn, New York to work at a Hasidic Jewish day school. Shortly afterwards, Abrahamson and her son Yosef joined Sarah in New York City in order to be closer to a larger Jewish community.[5] The family ultimately settled in Crown Heights, a neighborhood known for both its large African American and Hasidic Jewish communities who live side by side in the area.
Politics[edit]
Abrahamson was an active member of the Republican Party. She was a member of the Nebraska State Central Committee, as well as a supporter of Nebraska politician Lee Terry who was a family friend of Abrahamson.
Writing[edit]
At the time of her death, Abrahamson had self-published a book on race relations in America.
Death[edit]
Abrahamson died on December 17, 2013. She was sur
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Anabuki, Tokushima

Anabuki (穴吹町, Anabuki-chō?) was a town located in Mima District, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan.
As of 2003, the town had an estimated population of 7,444 and a density of 68.37 persons per km². The total area was 108.88 km².
On March 1, 2005, Anabuki, along with the towns of Mima (former) and Waki, and the village of Koyadaira (all from Mima District), was merged to create the city of Mima.
External links[edit]

Mima official website (in Japanese)

Authority control

NDL: 00372850

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Unified (Super8 & Tab album)

Unified

Studio album by Super8 & Tab

Released
October 27, 2014 (2014-10-27)

Genre
Trance

Label
Anjunabeats

Super8 & Tab chronology

Empire
(2010)
Unified
(2014)

Unified is the second studio album by Finnish trance duo Super8 & Tab, released on 27 October 2014.

Contents

1 Track listing
2 Singles
3 References
4 External links

Track listing[edit]

No.
Title
Length

1.
“Memory Lane”
2:28

2.
“Let Go (feat. Julie Thompson)”
3:49

3.
“Code Red (feat. Jaytech)”
3:32

4.
“No Frontiers (feat. Julie Thompson)”
4:53

5.
“Who Needs Pain (feat. Jan Burton)”
4:33

6.
“Patience (feat. Julie Thompson)”
4:34

7.
“Aika (feat. BT)”
3:48

8.
“Clairvoyant”
4:10

9.
“Say U Luv (feat. Alyna)”
4:04

10.
“Antipodes (feat. 7 Skies)”
4:03

11.
“Sonata (feat. Sunny Lax)”
3:27

12.
“Rubicon (feat. 7 Skies)”
4:50

13.
“Souls of Lovers (feat. Jan Burton)”
4:40

14.
“Forever”
1:07

Singles[edit]

Code Red (with Jaytech)
No Frontiers (feat. Julie Thompson)
Let Go (feat. Julie Thompson)
Rubicon (feat. 7 Skies)
Patience (feat. Julie Thompson)
Aika (feat. BT)
Clairvoyant

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Unified album on iTunes
Unified album on Anjunastore
Unified album on Beatport

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Loha (Vidhan Sabha constituency)

For other uses, see Loha (disambiguation).
Loha (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is one of the 288 Vidhan Sabha (legislative assembly) constituencies of Maharashtra state, western India. This constituency is located in Nanded district. The delimitation of the constituency happened in 2008.
Geographical scope[edit]
The constituency comprises parts of Loha taluka, Revenue Circles of Malakoli Kalambar, Kapsi Budruk, Loha and Loha Municipal Council, parts of Kandhar taluka, Revenue Circles of Usman Nagar, Barul, Kandhar and Kandhar Municipal Council.[1]
Representatives[edit]

2014: Prataprao Govindrao Chikhalikar represents Assembly Constituency. He belongs to the Shiv Sena.[2]

References[edit]

^ “Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies Order, 2008” (PDF). Election Commission of India. 2008-11-26. p. 259. Retrieved 13 June 2015. 
^ “Results of Maharashtra Assembly polls 2014”. India Today. Retrieved 2015-07-10. 

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Milk Street

Milk St., Boston, 19th century

Franklin’s Birthplace site directly across from Old South Meeting House on Milk Street is commemorated by a bust above the second floor facade of this building

Milk Street is a street in the financial district of Boston, Massachusetts.
Milk Street was one of Boston’s earliest highways.[1] The name “Milk Street” was given to the street in 1708 due to the milk market at the location. One of the first post offices in Boston was located on the street in 1711, when the first regular postal routes to Maine, Plymouth and New York were established.[1][2]
Grace Croft’s 1952 work, titled “History and Genealogy of Milk Family”, also proposes that Milk Street may have been named for John Milk, an early shipwright in Boston. The land was originally conveyed to his father, also John Milk, in October 1666.
Old South Meeting House is located at the corner of Milk and Washington. The street is also the home of Benjamin Franklin’s birthplace site.[1]

Contents

1 Subway connection
2 See also
3 References
4 Images
5 Further reading

Subway connection[edit]
The closest subway stop to Milk Street is State Street.
See also[edit]

Old South Meeting House, at the corner of Washington St.

Former tenants

J.L. Cunningham, auctioneer, worked in Corinthian Hall, corner Federal St., 1826–1843
Benjamin Dearborn, inventor, lived on Milk St.[3]
Abram French ran a crockery business on Milk St. in the 19th century
David Claypoole Johnston, artist, kept a studio on Milk St. in the 19th century
Julien’s Restorator

References[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Milk Street (Boston, Massachusetts).

^ a b c “The New England Magazine” v. 12, Making of America Project (New England Magazine Co., 1895)[1](accessed July 4, 2009)
^ Samuel Adams Drake, Old landmarks and historic personages of Boston (Roberts brothers, 1876)[2](accessed July 6, 2009 on Google Book Search)
^ Massachusetts Mercury, January 13, 1797

Images[edit]

1723 map of Boston, showing Milk St. and vicinity

Apothecary, Milk St., c. 1825

Overview photo by J.W. Black, showing Milk Street and vicinity, 1860

Further reading[edit]

City of Boston, Landmarks Commission. International Trust Company Building (45 Milk Street) Study Report, 1977

Coordinates: 42°21′26.53″N 71°03′16.45″W / 42.3573694°N 71.0545694°W / 42.3573694; -71.0545694

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Streets and squares in Boston

Streets

Arborway
Atlantic Avenue

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John Jackson (offensive tackle)

John Jackson

No. 65

Position:
Tackle

Personal information

Date of birth:
(1965-01-04) January 4, 1965 (age 52)

Place of birth:
Camp Kwe, Japan

Height:
6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)

Weight:
297 lb (135 kg)

Career information

College:
Eastern Kentucky

NFL Draft:
1988 / Round: 10 / Pick: 252

Career history

Pittsburgh Steelers (1988–1997)
San Diego Chargers (1998–1999)
Cincinnati Bengals (2000–2001)
Inducted into KY Pro Football HOF (2009)

Career NFL statistics

Games Played:
203

Games Started:
166

Fumble Recoveries:
5

John Jackson (born January 4, 1965) is a former American football offensive tackle in the National Football League. Best known for his time as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers. John was drafted out of Eastern Kentucky University, while at EKU. Jackson was a three-year starter and a two-time All-OVC selection at EKU under legendary head coach Roy Kidd. While he was at EKU, the Colonels won three OVC titles and he blocked for two of the top five career rushers in EKU history, Elroy Harris and James Crawford.
Jackson spent 14 seasons in the NFL with 3 different teams. The Pittsburgh Steelers (1988–1997), the San Diego Chargers (1998–1999), and the Cincinnati Bengals (2000–2001). He started in Super Bowl XXX for the Steelers when they went up against the Dallas Cowboys. John Jackson was inducted into the Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame in June 2009.

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Pittsburgh Steelers 1988 NFL draft selections

Aaron Jones
Dermontti Dawson
Chuck Lanza
Darin Jordan
Jerry Reese
Warren Williams
Marc Zeno
Mark Nichols
Mike Hinnant
Gordie Lockbaum
John Jackson
Bobby Dawson
James Earle

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