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Det Brune Punktum

Det Brune Punktum er en dansk satiregruppe bestående af Martin Brygmann, Peter Frödin og Hella Joof. Gruppen startede i 1998 som afløser for P3’s søndagssatire

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, hvor de hver søndag i tidsrummet 10:30 – 11:00 underholdt med samme type sketches og indslag som de sidenhen brugte i deres shows. De afveg således fra de tidligere søndagssatireprogrammer ved helt at undlade den aktuelle og politiske satire electric ball shaver.

Satireprogrammet kørte kun et års tid, inden det blev taget af og søndagssatiren på P3 helt nedlagt. Det Brune Punktum gik på det tidspunkt over til i stedet at lave shows, hvoraf det indtil videre er blevet til to: Helbredelsen af manden med den visne hånd eller du må godt i numsen (1999) og Far brugte ikke noget (2002). Showene er en blanding af sketches med et samfundskritisk indhold, genreparodier og absurde indslag.

Showene indholdt også sange, som senere er blevet kendte ørehængere, som fx “Kom lad os gå”, som er med i showet Far brugte ikke noget og “Jeg vil i seng med de fleste” fra Helbredelsen ….

Det Brune Punktum har ikke lavet nogen shows siden 2002, men er ikke officielt blevet opløst.

2014 Sun Belt Conference football season

The 2014 Sun Belt Conference football season was the 14th college football season for the Sun Belt Conference. During the 2014 season, eleven schools competed in Sun Belt football: Appalachian State, Arkansas State, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Idaho, Louisiana–Lafayette, Louisiana–Monroe, New Mexico State, South Alabama, Texas State, and Troy.

The conference title was won by Georgia Southern, in its first year as both a Sun Belt member and an FBS program. The Eagles became only the third team to win a conference championship in their first FBS season. The other two schools to accomplish this feat were Nevada, Big West Conference champions in 1992, and Marshall, which won the Mid-American Conference crown in 1997. Georgia Southern also became the first team ever to go unbeaten in conference play in its first FBS season (both the 1992 Nevada and 1997 Marshall teams lost once in conference play).

The Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns and the Arkansas State Red Wolves both finished 5-2 and were co-champions of the Sun Belt Conference. The Ragin’ Cajuns earned the conference’s first bowl spot in the R+L Carrier New Orleans Bowl running with water belt, as Louisiana-Lafayette defeated Tulane 24-21 to win their 3rd straight New Orleans Bowl. Arkansas State earned the second and final Sun Belt bowl, as they played in the GoDaddy Bowl. Arkansas State scored a late touchdown in the fourth quarter to upset Ball State, who entered the game with a 10-2 record, and win their second straight GoDaddy Bowl.

The Sun Belt had seven teams eligible for bowl games, but only two received bids (Louisiana-Lafayette and ASU). Western Kentucky had the third best record at 8-4, while ULM, South Alabama, Texas State

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, and Troy had records of 6-6. The only team that was not eligible for a bowl game was Georgia State.

The following Sun Belt players were named to preseason award watch lists:

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Doak Walker Award:

Sun Belt Conference Media Day was held on July 22, 2014 in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Note: Stats shown are before the beginning of the season

All dates, times, and TV are tentative and subject to change.

Start times for non-conference games are local for the Sun Belt team; for conference games, starting times are local for the home team. The following list are the teams in there respective time zones: Arkansas State, Louisiana–Monroe, Louisiana–Lafayette, South Alabama electric ball shaver, Texas State and Troy are located in the Central Time Zone; Appalachian State, Georgia State, Georgia Southern is in the Eastern Time Zone; New Mexico State is in the Mountain Time Zone and Idaho is in the Pacific Time Zone.

Rankings reflect that of the USA Today Coaches poll for that week until week eight when the BCS poll will be used.

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In 2014, the SBC placed three teams in bowl games through their tie-ins: Louisiana–Lafayette, Arkansas State, and South Alabama. Texas State was also bowl-eligible but did not receive a bowl invitation. Georgia Southern and Appalachian State, despite having bowl-eligible records (9-3 and 7-5, respectively) and the former winning the conference championship, were not bowl-eligible due to FCS-to-FBS transition rules, since 81 full FBS members became bowl-eligible for the 76 bowl slots available.

Note: All times are local

2014 Sun Belt Player of the Year awards

Coaches All-Conference Selections

Honorable Mention: Appalachian State: Drew Bailey, Parker Collins, Kennan Gilchrist, Joel Ross; Arkansas State: Tres Houston, Chris Stone, Andrew Tyron, Xavier Woodson; Georgia Southern: Logan Daves, Deion Stanley all football teams jerseys, Jay Ellison, Antwione Williams; Georgia State: Nick Arbuckle, Tim Wynn, LynQuez Blair, Robert Davis; Idaho: Marc Millan, Quinton Bradley, Matt Linehan, Elijhaa Penny; Louisiana-Lafayette: Tominique Tovell, Larry Pettis, Terrance Broadway, Terry Johnson; Louisiana-Monroe: Trey Caldwell, Kenzee Jackson, Michael Johnson, Ray Stovall; New Mexico State: Rodney Butler, Winston Rose, Larry Rose III, Derek Ibekwe; South Alabama Chris May, Melvin Meggs, Jesse Kelley, Montell Garner; Texas State: Will Johnson, Tyler Jones, Robert Lowe, Ryan Melton; Troy: Dalton Bennett, Brandon Burks, Tyler Roberts, Bryan Holmes.

Elspeth Garman

Elspeth Garman is Professor of molecular biophysics at the University of Oxford and a former President of the British Crystallographic Association. She is also Senior Kurti Research Fellow and Tutor for Graduates at Brasenose College, Oxford. The “Garman limit”, which is the radiation dose limit of a cryocooled protein crystal, is named after her.

Garman studied physics at Durham University and then moved to the Linacre College cashmere shaver, Oxford for a doctorate in nuclear physics. She switched to biophysics in 1987. Since then, she has co-authored more than 80 Protein Data Bank entries and contributed to techniques for macromolecular structure determination

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. In particular electric ball shaver, Garman has been amongst the pioneers of cryoprotection of macromolecular crystals and has made major contributions to the study of the damage that X-rays induce in macromolecular crystals. In a seminal paper in 2006, Garman and collaborators established the radiation dose limit for cryocooled protein crystals (“Garman limit”).

In 2010 she gave the Dorothy Hodgkin Memorial Lecture “Crystallography One Century AD (after Dorothy)”. In 2014 she was awarded the Rose Lecture and Medal at Kingston University and the Humanitarian Award of the Women’s International Film and Television Showcase. In 2015 she received the Mildred Dresselhaus Senior Award and guest professorship at the Hamburg Centre for Ultrafast Imaging. In 2016 she will receive the I. Fankuchen Award of the American Crystallographic Association.

List of awards and nominations received by Frasier

David Hyde Pierce received many awards and nominations for his performance as the titular character’s brother, Niles Crane.

Frasier is an American television sitcom created by David Angell, Peter Casey, and David Lee as a spinoff of the 1980s sitcom Cheers. The series revolves around the titular character Frasier Crane, a psychiatrist who returns to his hometown to start a new life for himself. The series stars Kelsey Grammer in role of the main character, as well as Jane Leeves, David Hyde Pierce, Peri Gilpin and John Mahoney.

Frasier aired on CBS from September 16, 1993 to May 13, 2004, broadcasting 264 episodes over eleven seasons during its initial run. During the series’ run, the show received critical acclaim for its writing and humor. The series amassed 396 nominations for a variety of industry awards, including 108 Emmy awards (with 37 wins), 24 Golden Globe Awards (with two wins), 26 Screen Actors Guild Awards (with 2 wins), 11 TCA Awards (with five wins), 9 Writers Guild of America awards (with six wins), and 9 Directors Guild of America awards (with two wins).

In addition to the awards for the series, several individual cast members received acclaim for their performance on the series. Pierce stands as the most decorated cast member on the series, winning 4 Emmy awards, 5 Q Awards, 2 TCA awards, 2 SAG awards and 6 American Comedy awards. Grammer also won 4 Emmy Awards, 4 Q awards, 2 Golden Globes, 2 Satellite awards, 2 American Comedy Awards and a SAG award. Several other actors and crew members in the series received many awards and nominations, including Leeves, Mahoney, and the creators of the show.

Receiving seven nominations for an Eddie Award, Frasier won three awards for Best Edited Half Hour Series for Television, all received by television series editor Ron Volk.

Frasier received sixteen award nominations for an American Comedy Awards during its tenure. The series won nine—six awards for Funniest Supporting Male Performer in a TV Series awarded to David Hyde Pierce, two for Funniest Male Performer in a TV Series (Leading Role) Network, Cable or Syndication awarded to Kelsey Grammer, and an award for Funniest Television Series.

Frasier received eleven consecutive nominations for Best Casting for TV electric ball shaver, Comedy Episodic, one for every season the series was on television, winning five times. The series was also nominated for Best Casting for TV, Pilot.

Frasier won twelve BMI Film & TV Awards, with Darryl Phinnessee winning eleven awards and Bruce Miller winning seven.

Presented by the Directors Guild of America since 1938, The Directors Guild of America Award honors excellence in the field of direction. Frasier received nine nominations for the award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series, three out of nine for work by Pamela Fryman and two of them by David Lee. James Burrows won the award in 1994 while Lee won it in following year.

Frasier received 108 Primetime Emmy Award nominations, with 37 wins—the most received by any series. The series received eight nominations for the award for Outstanding Comedy Series, winning five times from 1994 to 1998. Kelsey Grammer won the award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series four times in 1994, 1995, 1998 and 2004. The series received thirteen nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, with David Hyde Pierce winning the award four times in 1995, 1998 running reflective belt, 1999 and 2004. John Mahoney was nominated twice in 1999 and 2003. Frasier also received a number of nominations for guest performances, including several Cheers alumni. Among the winners were Jean Smart, who won the award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series twice, Laura Linney, who won in 2004 for her portrayal of Charlotte Connor; Derek Jacobi, who won the award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series, and Anthony LaPaglia, winning in 2002 and received two nominations for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series. The series received 36 nominations for Creative Arts Emmy Awards. Television editor Ron Volk won eight awards for Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series. Dana Mark McClure, Thomas J. Huth and Robert Douglass won two awards for Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or a Special.

Frasier received 24 Golden Globe Award nominations during its tenure, with two wins for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy for Kelsey Grammer.

Awarded since 1974, the Humanitas Prize is an annual accolade that recognizes outstanding achievement of writers in film and television whose work promotes human dignity, meaning and freedom. Frasier received 6 nominations of for the award for 30 Minute Network or Syndicated Television, winning twice times in 1996 and 2000.

The Online Film & Television Association Award is an annual award presented by the Online Film & Television Association for outstanding achievement in film and television. Receiving 78 nominations during its tenure, Frasier won 17 awards.

The Q Award, presented by the Viewers for Quality Television, honors programs and performers that the organization deem are of the highest quality. Out of 32 nominations, Frasier won thirteen awards, including Best Quality Comedy Series three times from 1995 to 1997; Best Actor in a Quality Comedy Series for Kelsey Grammer four times from 1995 to 1998; Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for David Hyde Pierce six times from 1993 to 1998 and 2000; and Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for Jane Leeves in 1995.

During its tenure, Frasier received fourteen award nominations for a Satellite Award, winning three awards—winning one for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy while Kelsey Grammer won two for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy.

Frasier received 26 Screen Actors Guild Award nominations, eight for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series for Kelsey Grammer and David Hyde Pierce each and ten for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series for the cast. Pierce won the award in 1996 while the cast won the ensemble award in 2000.

During its tenure custom socks wholesale, Frasier received eleven TCA Award nominations, winning five. Three wins were for Outstanding Achievement in Comedy while two were for Individual Achievement in Comedy, awarded to David Hyde Pierce.

Frasier received ten award nominations for a TV Guide Award, winning three awards.

The TV Land Award is an award presented at the eponymous award ceremony, airing on TV Land, that honors television programs that are off air. Frasier received three nominations.

Presented by the Writers Guild of America (WGA), the Writers Guild of America Award is an annual accolade that recognizes outstanding achievement of writers in film, television, radio, promotional writing and videogames. Frasier received 9 nominations of for the award for Television: Episodic Comedy, winning six times.

Frasier was also the recipient of a Peabody Award in 1994, with the award committee praising it as “an uncommonly good comedy of manners and mores in contemporary times” and for delving “into sensitive issues with inventive writing, exceptional characterization and unusual insight.” The series also won two People’s Choice Awards in 1994 and 1999 and a Producers Guild of America Award for Best Episodic Television in 1995. The series also received nominations for two NAACP Image Awards, an Angel Award, ADG Excellence in Production Design Awards, and Young Artist Award.