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The X-League (Xリーグ) is the top-level American football league in Japan. It was founded in 1971 as the Japan American Football League, and changed its name to the X League in 1997. There are three divisions (X1, X2, and X3) among which there is promotion and relegation. Teams in the three-tier league are split into East, West, and Central divisions. There are two types of teams, one being a company team in which only employees of that particular sponsoring company may participate as a player, and the other classified as a club team for which anyone can try out.
Game rules are based on those of the NCAA college division in America, with the exception of the length of quarters, which are 12 minutes (the same as high school football and the NBA) instead of 15. The regular season consists of the First Stage, Second Stage and Final Stage. Teams play five matches in the First Stage, after which the top and bottom three teams are separated into two groups; in the Second Stage there is round robin play within each group of three teams. During this stage, the length of quarters is extended from 12 to 15 minutes. The winners of the Second Stage advance to the Final Stage to determine the teams for the Japan X Bowl. There is a spring tournament as well called the Pearl Bowl which is used by teams to ready themselves and evaluate new players before the fall season.
The Japanese national team, which has won the first and second editions of the American Football World Cup and was runner-up, finishing second to the American team, in the 2007 installment of the tournament, was made up almost entirely of players from this league.
Americans are often recruited to play for X League teams, with a strict rule of four per team. No more than two foreign players per team are allowed on the field of play at a time.

The 18 top tier teams are divided into 3 divisions of 6 teams each. The East and Central Divisions are made up of teams from the Kanto (East Japan) region while the West Division teams are from the Kansai (West Japan) region. The teams play a league schedule of 5 games each. After divisional play, the teams are regrouped based on their divisional standings for the 2nd stage.
The top 3 teams from each division advance to the Super9 division while the bottom 3 are relegated to the Battle9 division.
The nine teams in the Super 9 are aligned into three new groups, with each group consisting of a 1st-place team, a 2nd-place team and a 3rd-place team from separate divisions. Each team plays the other two teams in its group. The top four teams in the Super 9, based on combined results from both divisional and second-stage play, advance to the Final Stage (semifinals).
In the Battle 9, the three groups each have a 4th-place team, a 5th-place team and a 6th-place team. The top two teams at the end of the stage advance to the Battle 9 Playoff Game.
The top four teams from the Super 9 are paired up in a random draw, with the two winners advancing to the Japan X Bowl to decide the championship.
The 6th place team from each division of X1 is paired up against the 1st place team of each division of X2. If the X2 team defeats the X1 team, that team is promoted up to X1 while the X1 team is demoted to X2 for the following season.

The two semifinal winners from the final stage meet for the league championship in the Japan X Bowl held at the Tokyo Dome. Since 1987, Japan X Bowl has decided the X League championship. Until 2002, it was known as the Tokyo Super Bowl. The winner of this game goes on to the Rice Bowl to face the winner of the Koshien Bowl, the national college championship game.
Since 2000, the X-League honors outstanding players by electing them to the All X-League Team. 11 offensive players, 11 defensive players and 3 special team players are voted by the Head Coaches and 5 players on each of the 18 X1 teams to be selected for the team.
The X-League Most Valuable Player award (X-League MVP) is an award given to the Japanese American Football player who is considered most valuable to his team in the X-League. Started in 2012 2016 Bogner Cheap Sale, the award was divided between the best player in each division until 2014 when one overall MVP was awarded.
The X-League Rookie of the Year award (X-League ROY) is an award given to the player who is considered have made a big impact during his first year with his team. Started in 2012, the award was divided between the best player in each division until 2014 when one overall ROY was awarded.
Since 2012, the X-League Fairplay award is awarded to the team that had accumulated the least amount of penalties during the 1st stage of the Fall season.

Social Democratic Party (Luxembourg)

The Social Democratic Party (Luxembourgish: Sozialdemokratesch Partei, French: Parti Social Démocrate, German: Sozialdemokratische Partei), abbreviated to PSD, was a social democratic political party in Luxembourg, active between 1971 and 1984.
The PSD was founded in March 1971 as a secession of the centrist tendency within the Luxembourg Socialist Workers’ Party (LSAP). The group left the LSAP in opposition to the rising leftist faction in the LSAP, which opposed forming coalitions with the Christian Social People’s Party (CSV) and championed coalitions with the Communist Party at communal level.
The split was led by Henry Cravatte, who had been ejected as President of the LSAP in May 1970. In total, six of the LSAP’s eighteen MPs joined the new party, including Albert Bousser and Astrid Lulling 2016 Bogner Cheap Sale. One-sixth of the LSAP’s communal councillors also defected.
The party competed in the 1974 election, taking 9.2% of the vote and winning five seats, to draw level with the Communist Party, which had been the long-held fourth party in Luxembourgian politics. In that election, the LSAP formed a coalition with the Democratic Party. In 1979, the PSD lost three of their seats to a resurgent CSV. In the European election held on the same day

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, the PSD failed to win a seat, but did beat the Communist Party into fifth place.
Before it fought another election, the party disbanded, in 1984. Some of its members, including Cravatte, returned to the LSAP, whilst others, such as Lulling kelme usa, joined the CSV, thereby completing their political metamorphosis from left to right.

Richard Lancelyn Green

Richard Lancelyn Green (10 July 1953 – 27 March 2004) was a British scholar of Arthur Conan Doyle and Sherlock Holmes, generally considered the world’s foremost scholar of these topics.

Green was born in Bebington, Cheshire, England. His parents were Roger Lancelyn Green and June Green. His father was an author known for his popular adaptations of the Arthurian, Robin Hood and Homeric myths, and his mother was a drama teacher and adjudicator. He attended Bradfield College in Berkshire, and then University College, Oxford, where he earned a degree in English. After leaving college, he travelled extensively, throughout Europe, India and South-East Asia.
Green was a collector of Sherlock Holmes-related material, and was co-editor of the first comprehensive bibliography of Arthur Conan Doyle, A Bibliography of A. Conan Doyle, with John Michael Gibson, and also a series of collections of Doyle’s writings that had never before been collected in book form: Uncollected Stories (1982), Essays on Photography (1982), and Letters to the Press (1986), all co-edited with Gibson. The Conan Doyle bibliography earned Green and Gibson a Special Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America during 1984.
Green also published other books on his own. The Uncollected Sherlock Holmes (1983) anthologised Doyle’s non-canon Sherlock Holmes writings, The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1985) is a collection of Holmes pastiches and parodies, and Letters to Sherlock Holmes (1985) collected the most interesting of letters to Sherlock Holmes, arriving at the headquarters of the Abbey National Building Society, whose address in Baker Street was the closest to the fictional “221b”.
Green was something of a showman, appearing as a 19th-century music hall master of ceremonies at events of the Sherlock Holmes Society, of which he was chairman from 1996 to 1999, and dressing in period costume to visit Reichenbach Falls, where Sherlock Holmes was thought to have died until Conan Doyle “resurrected” him eight years later. For his encyclopaedic knowledge of Arthur Conan Doyle and Sherlock Holmes, and for his scholarly works, he was well regarded among scholars of Holmes.
Later in life 2016 Bogner Cheap Sale, Green worked extensively on notes and collecting material for a planned three-volume biography of Conan Doyle, which remained unfinished at the time of his death kelme 360. He lamented the legal wranglings needed to gain rights to Conan Doyle’s private papers and manuscripts, which were planned to be sold at an auction.
During August 2004, it was announced that Green had bequeathed his extensive collection on Conan Doyle to the Portsmouth Library Service. Green had chosen the city because Conan Doyle had a medical practice there, and it was where the two first Sherlock Holmes books were written.
As early as the age of seven years, Green began his collection of Sherlockiana, and created his version of 221b Baker Street in an attic room at Poulton Hall, gleaning material for a few shillings at junk shops and from the family’s own Victoriana. Later he began to assemble his literary collection, and would add any edition of Doyle’s output, as well as posters, ephemera and novelty items with a Sherlock Holmes theme or Doyle association.
By the date of his death Green had been collecting voraciously for more than 40 years and without doubt possessed the largest collection of Doyleiana that existed privately (and probably the largest such collection that ever could exist now that it has been bequeathed to the City of Portsmouth). The collection is now held by the Portsmouth City Museum where exhibitions have created much interest. The patron of the collection is Stephen Fry.
Green suspected that the Conan Doyle papers being auctioned at Christie’s were part of a collection that Dame Jean Conan Doyle, the author’s daughter, actually wanted the British Library to have. He attempted to stop the auction, but was unsuccessful.
In the weeks before his death, he told friends and journalists that an unidentified American was following him, and that he feared his opposition to the auction could endanger his life. His behaviour became increasingly erratic

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, and once he insisted on speaking to a visitor in the garden because he said his apartment was bugged.
During the night of his death, his sister, telephoned his apartment, obtaining only his answering machine, which had a new message with an American voice (this was found later to be the standard message tape supplied with the machine). Her worries about this resulted in the discovery of Green’s body, face down on his bed, garrotted with a shoelace that had been tightened with the handle of a wooden spoon.
Murder was suspected, and there was some newspaper gossip. Because the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) was not called at the start, any evidence that might have been useful for a murder enquiry had been disturbed or removed during the course of dealing with the body.
The Coroner returned an open verdict. Many of Green’s best friends thought it was not in his nature to commit suicide. However, some thought the death to have been an elaborate suicide, intended to seem like murder, to cast suspicion upon one of his rivals. This replicates the plot of one of the last Sherlock Holmes mysteries, The Problem of Thor Bridge, in which a woman commits suicide in a manner meant to implicate the woman with whom her husband had been flirting.

Josephine Mitchell

Josephine Mitchell (born 21 May 1965) sometimes billed credited as Jo Mitchell is an Australian actress, with a lengthy career in television soap operas. Mitchell is best known for her role in the television series A Country Practice where she played Nurse Judy Loveday’s (Wendy Strehlow) niece Jo Loveday from 1985 until leaving the show in 1989 2016 Bogner Cheap Sale.

In 1990 she played Jane Holland in Home and Away, and has appeared in many of Australia’s most popular series including, E Street (as designer and mother Penny O’Brien), Neighbours (as Katerina, a wheelchair user) and on All Saints as a one episode guest, playing a protective mother who mutilated her husband after she found he had molested their daughter.
Both of Mitchell’s parents were heavily involved in theatre and she has had an extensive career in her own right in theatre as well as many television and film roles

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. She started her own theatre company, Strut Theatre, with other actors to promote women’s roles. Strut worked out of Wharf 2 at the Sydney Theatre Company in the early nineties. She produced two plays, Pam Gems and Dusa, Fish, Stas and Vi, as well as a commissioned play by Australian playwright, Justin Fleming called Conversation Peace. She then moved to Melbourne to appear in the National tour of the musical Hello Dolly, produced by John Frost.
She lived in Melbourne for several years, appearing regularly on Bert Newton’s light entertainment show Good Morning Australia. In 2010, she returned to the small screen in Home And Away (this time as a different character) to play the role of Jill Carpenter, the dysfunctional alcoholic mother of a son Romeo, played by Luke Mitchell.
Jo Mitchell is married to Australian director and producer Chris Martin-Jones and they have two daughters. The pair met when Martin-Jones was a director on A Country Practice in 1989. His other credits include McLeod’s Daughters, Packed to the Rafters, Spartacus, Legend of the Seeker, and A Place to Call Home.
She has a double degree from Sydney University 2016 Bogner Ski Jackets, in Medieval and Religious Studies. She is currently focusing on her work behind the camera as writer, having finished a feature-length movie titled The Cult and the tele-movie Aren’t U Spesh!.

Fred S. Martin

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Fred S. Martin (born in Tyhee, Idaho) is a Republican Idaho State Senator representing District 15.

Martin graduated from BYU–Idaho (Ricks College) and graduated from the Institute of Religion at Utah State University Logan, Utah. Martin also completed the R.E.M. (Real Estate Management) program College of Business at U.S.U. Martin also attended Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho. He also graduated from the Medical Training Center at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas and N.C.O. School (Non Commissioned Officer Training School).
Fred was formerly a teacher, educator, principal, businessman and CEO. For over 20 years Martin was owner, president, and CEO of Satellite Systems Inc. with offices throughout Idaho, the western and southern United States. When Martin was with Satellite Systems, Inc. the dealership was in the top 100 nationwide in sales volume out of 15,000 dealers.
Martin was a medic in the Idaho National Guard and was also a member of the United States Army Reserves. Martin received his basic training at Fort Polk Louisiana, his AIT (Advanced Individual Training) at the Medical Training Center at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas. Fred also graduated from N.C.O. (Non Commissioned Officer Training) school at Idaho State University

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. Fred was honorably discharged from the Army National Guard of Idaho in 1974 and from the United States Army in 1977.
In the November 4, 2014 General election Senator Fred S. Martin received 58% of the vote with Richard Keller receiving 42%. In the May 20, 2014 Republican Primary Senator Martin received 61% of the vote over Diego Rodriguez at 39%. In 2012 with Republican Senator John C. Andreason retiring, Martin was unopposed in the May 15, 2012 Primary election and won the November 6, 2012 General election with almost 10,000 votes (9,545) against Democratic nominee Betty Richardson (former U.S. Attorney for Idaho).
Martin was the Bureau Chief for a United States Congressman, Executive Director for Citizens’ for Local Government, Sergeant at Arms Idaho State Senate, President of the Idaho Student Association, a Republican Precinct Committeeman, Republican County Vice-Chairman and Studentbody President at Ricks College.
Co-Chairman Joint Purchasing Laws Interim Committee (2015-16), Vice-Chairman Commerce and Human Resources Committee, Vice-Chairman Health and Welfare Committee (2015), Joint Millennium Fund, Joint Education K-12 Interim Committee (2014), Joint CEC Committee, Joint S.T.E.M. Caucus.
Idaho Council on Suicide Prevention Board, Idaho Immunization Assessment Board, State Insurance Advisory Committee, Idaho Health Care Collaborative Committee, Idaho Early Childhood Coordination Council, Idaho Telehealth Taskforce.
In the Idaho Senate Martin quickly moved into leadership serving as the Co-Chairman of the Joint Purchasing Laws Interim Committee (2015-16), Vice-Chairman of the Commerce and Human Resources Committee, and Vice-Chairman of the Health and Welfare Committee (2015).
Boy Scouts of America – District Commissioner, Scout Master, Eagle Scout, and Duty to God; United Way of Treasure Valley – State Liaison; Coach – YMCA Youth Basketball, Ada County Youth Soccer, NW Ada Little League; Who’s Who in American Colleges, Who’s Who Among American Business Executives, National Sterling Business Executive; Man of the Year, and Studentbody President Ricks College, Executive Board Alumni Association, Ricks College. Martin is very active in his church, serving in the North Carolina-Virginia Mission working mainly with the Lumbee Indians in Pembroke 2016 Bogner Cheap Sale, North Carolina. He has serviced in many church calling. Fred was a Seminary teacher and Principal in the Church Education System. Fred also taught U.S. History and Business Economics at the high school level.[citation needed]
Fred is married and the father of 6 children with 16 grandchildren. His wife is Darla (Miner) formerly of St. Anthony, Idaho (born in Burley, Idaho). Darla’s father, the late Doyle C. Miner, was a city councilman, a state representative who served as Co-Chairman of the Joint Finance and Appropriations Committee, a county commissioner, republican nominee for state treasurer, and was the Director of the State Board of Pharmacy.

UIC wagon numbers

Wagon numbers (or coach numbers) are key data for railway operations. They enable a railway wagon or coach to be positively identified and form a common language between railway operators

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, infrastructure companies and the state authorities. The system of wagon numbering has been laid down by the International Union of Railways (Union internationale des chemins de fer or UIC) and is similar to that used for the locomotives and multiple units.
The complete wagon number comprises 12 digits 2016 Bogner Cheap Sale. The individual digits have the following meaning:

The digits are multiplied individually from right to left alternately by 2 and 1, and digit summed using the Luhn algorithm. The difference between this sum and the next multiple of ten is the check digit, placed after the eleventh digit, separated by a dash.
Wagon number: 21-81-2471217
Wagon number: 51-80-0843001
At the beginning of 2006 the country replaced the owner (almost exclusively state railways), with the owner now indicated by following letters. For example, for a vehicle registered in Germany on the AAE, which had its own code as a private railway Discount Bogner outlet 2016, “68 AAE” became “80 D-AAE”. (see also UIC country code)
Numbers are read visually, the method of choice today (2008) bogner sale. No railway is able to read the number automatically with the required reliability (less than 1 error in 10,000). Using OCR readers the numbering (DB AG: Font Gerade Normschrift DIN 16 Variant DB) can be only be read to an accuracy of no better than 5% (1 in 20).
The UIC has the following numbering systems, as detailed in leaflets:
These agreements have not yet achieved the status of a standard or norm.

Bud Wildman

Charles Jackson “Bud” Wildman (born June 3, 1946) is a Canadian politician. He served in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as a New Democratic Party Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) from 1975 to 1999, representing the riding of Algoma, and was a cabinet minister in the government of Bob Rae.

He was educated at Carleton University, the McArthur College of Education, Queen’s University and Algoma University. He lived in Echo Bay, Ontario after graduating, and worked as a high school history teacher. He and his wife raised four children. His son Jody Wildman was a federal NDP candidate in 1997 and was subsequently elected mayor of St. Joseph, Ontario.
Wildman was elected to the legislature in the provincial election of 1975, defeating incumbent Progressive Conservative Bernt Gilbertson by 398 votes. Wildman’s victory was regarded by many as an upset; he received support from NDP bastions such as Wawa, but also from more traditionally Conservative areas on the north shore of Lake Huron.
He was re-elected by an increased margin over PC candidate Dave Liddle in the 1977 election, and retained his seat by significant margins in the elections of 1981, 1985, 1987 and 1990.
Wildman supported Jim Foulds’s bid to lead the provincial NDP in 1982.
The NDP won the 1990 provincial election, and Wildman was appointed to cabinet as Minister of Natural Resources and Minister responsible for Native Affairs on October 1, 1990. He was promoted to Minister of the Environment and Energy on February 3, 1993.
As Natural Resources minister, Wildman initiated the first public audit of Ontario’s forest resources and promoted an ecosystem management approach for forest harvesting. Ontario’s Environmental Bill of Rights was also approved during his tenure as Minister of Environment and Energy.
As Minister responsible for Native Affairs during the entire tenure of the Rae government, Wildman instituted a regime of dealing with First Nations on a government to government basis 2016 Bogner Cheap Sale, signing a “Statement of Political Relationship” with Ontario First Nation Chiefs, and concluded a number of land claims settlements. He also established the Aboriginal Healing and Wellness Strategy, which sought to address health problems among native peoples in a culturally sensitive manner.
In January 1991, Wildman issued an order permitting members of the Golden Lake First Nation to hunt and fish in Algonquin Park pending settlement of the band’s claim of the Ottawa Valley which included the park. However a broad coalition of park users protested the order and formed a group called the Adhoc Committee to Save Algonquin Park. The committee was eventually dissolved once the claim was settled which restricted hunting in the park.
The NDP were defeated in the 1995 general election and reduced to third-party status casual dresses, although Wildman retained the Algoma riding by a reduced margin. Rae resigned as leader the next year and Wildman served as interim leader in the legislature from February 10 Ted Baker Ireland 2016, 1996 until June 24, 1996 when Howard Hampton took over the position after his victory in that year’s Ontario NDP leadership convention. Wildman had been approached by the NDP’s northern Ontario MPPs about running for the leadership of the party but declined.
The Algoma riding was radically redistributed in 1996, merging with the neighbouring riding of Algoma—Manitoulin and incorporating other territory from surrounding ridings as well. Wildman decided not to run in the 1999 election, and retired from provincial politics after almost a quarter century at Queen’s Park.
Wildman attempted to win a seat in the federal House of Commons in the 2000 federal election, running in Sault Ste. Marie for the New Democratic Party. The NDP actively targeted this seat as winnable, and party leader Alexa McDonough visited the riding very late in the campaign 2016 discount maje clothing. Wildman was however unsuccessful, finishing second against Liberal incumbent Carmen Provenzano.
Since leaving politics Wildman has worked as a consultant. He served as the chair of the Board of Governors of Algoma University. Wildman is also a member of the board of directors of the Sault Ste. Marie and District Group Health Centre.