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The Suite Life Movie

The Suite Life Movie is a 2011 science fiction comedy-drama film directed by Sean McNamara, written by Michael Saltzman, and starring Dylan and Cole Sprouse, Brenda Song, Debby Ryan, Matthew Timmons, John Ducey, Matthew Glave, and Phill Lewis. The Disney Channel Original Movie is based on the pair of Disney Channel sitcoms The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and The Suite Life on Deck created by Danny Kallis and Jim Geoghan. Dylan and Cole Sprouse were also executive producers for the movie. The film premiered on March 25, 2011 on the Disney Channel. A sneak peek was shown during the Disney Channel Shake It Up New Year’s event.

After making plans to spend spring break with his girlfriend Bailey Pickett (Debby Ryan), Cody Martin (Cole Sprouse) decides to leave the SS Tipton, a large cruise ship where he attends school, to work as an intern for Dr. Donald Spaulding (John Ducey) at a prestigious research firm instead. He does so in hopes of obtaining a scholarship to Yale. When Cody’s twin brother Zack (Dylan Sprouse) reveals Cody’s plans to Bailey before Cody could, she becomes infuriated that Cody canceled his plans with her and refuses to speak to him. Meanwhile, Zack asks Cody for his car, which their parents will give to Cody when he goes to college, but Cody refuses.

However, after Zack runs a billion-dollar submarine into the seawall in an attempt to impress a cute science assistant, and Cody does the same trying to stop him, the equipment is lost and Cody is kicked out of the program and fired. Furious, Cody disowns Zack and vows to never forgive him, claiming they may be twins, but they definitely are not brothers. Elsewhere, London Tipton (Brenda Song) accidentally eats a fruit given to the dolphins which allows her to understand them glass water storage bottles.

The Martin twins later learn that although Cody will no longer be eligible to work as Dr. Spaulding’s intern, both boys are ideal for the Gemini Project, a massive project by Dr. Ronald Olsen (Matthew Glave), who studies the physical and emotional connection of twins. Though it takes them much thought, the brothers agree and land themselves in a camp among hundreds of other twins. Dr. Olsen explains the purpose of the project is to create an emotional bond between people with the hopes of putting an end to evil in the world. By doing this, according to Dr. Olsen, he must form a bond between twins. Over the course of the project, which uses the same fruit as Dr. Spaulding’s experiments, Zack and Cody form a bond: first a physical bond, in which they can sense what the other is feeling, then empathy, or an emotional bond. After they develop these bonds, they overhear a conversation that reveals Dr. Olsen has evil intentions. Meanwhile, Bailey discovers Cody’s letter and reads it. She realizes Cody only wanted to obtain a scholarship to Yale and goes with London and Woody (Matthew Timmons) to find him.

At the institute, London learns from a dolphin that Zack and Cody are at the Gemini Project and alerts Dr. Spaulding who claims that the Martin twins may be in danger. Bailey calls the manager of the SS Tipton, Mr. Moseby (Phill Lewis), to the site of the Gemini Project while they all go to save Zack and Cody. During this time, the brothers attempt to flee the island and the army of twins, who are now mind-controlled to go after the two. The army succeeds, as Zack and Cody are captured and taken back to the laboratory, where Bailey, London, Woody, and Dr. Spaulding find them. Dr. Olsen reveals that he is Dr. Spaulding’s evil twin and explains that he spied on Zack and Cody earlier.

After telling each other off, Zack and Cody begin to merge, but the merge is unsuccessful because the twins get into an argument that escalates into a fight, ultimately destroying the Gemini Project. Ronald attempts to reboot the machine, but he is stopped by Cody who quickly forms a plan, and he and Zack give the special fruit to the Spaulding twins, who finally understand each other by telepathically discovering they wanted to be like each other all along. Mr. Moseby comes in with the police who arrest Ronald. Zack and Cody now understand that they make a “pretty good team.”

Afterward, Cody and Bailey have reconciled and visited landmarks together and Zack is driving his car, which Cody finally agreed to let him have. On the dock, Zack parks the car in a shipping area and sees his friends and brother on the SS Tipton. Unfortunately, the car is crushed by a shipping crate containing London’s summer clothes non leaking water bottles. While Zack stares in shock, the movie ends with Mr. Moseby saying, “Well, spring break is over. Now if I could just make it to summer vacation.”

The movie aired worldwide on Disney Channel. It premiered in the United Kingdom and Ireland on February 17, 2012. It premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and the Philippines on June 25, 2011. This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged , , on by .

Diamond Hill (Cumberland, Rhode Island)

Diamond Hill is a large hill on Diamond Hill Road in Cumberland, Rhode Island, which contains a town park and former ski area. The summit is 481 feet above sea level. On a clear day, the Boston skyline and Mount Wachusett are visible.

Diamond Hill is a massive outcropping of white quartz with a vertical drop of 350 feet. The hill was named in colonial times and takes its name “from its sparkling and shining appearance.” In the colonial era, the Whipple family first settled near Diamond Hill, and during King Philip’s War in the 1670s, several skirmishes occurred nearby, including Nine Men’s Misery, the site of which is now on the grounds of the nearby Cumberland Monastery. In 1877 the Diamond Hill Granite Company founded a granite quarry northwest of Diamond Hill and copper was also mined near the hill. In 1935 “Philip Allen, C. Faulkner Kendall, and Henry Munroe Rogers offered 235 acres of land on the hill to the State of Rhode Island” and ski trails were cut shortly thereafter.

In the twentieth century, the hill contained two small ski areas best way to tenderize meat, Ski Valley (operating from 1939 to 1981) and Diamond Hill Reservation (operating from the mid-1960s to mid-1980s). In 1939 when the first ski area opened, it was a hike-up and ski-down facility, but operators of the ski areas eventually constructed rope tows, a T-bar, and multiple two person chair lifts. In the 1980s, some of the lifts and equipment were gradually sold, and the ski areas were closed non leaking water bottles. In 1997 the town of Cumberland acquired Diamond Hill from the State. The hill is now a 373-acre town park and is the starting point of the thirty-three mile Warner Trail. The park features athletic fields, picnic areas, a short hiking trail and a band stand near the pond.

A popular event freezing water bottles, Cumberlandfest, is held each year on the second weekend of August at Diamond Hill Park. This event features a carnival waist bag belt, with rides and various venues, as well as live entertainment by Matty KayKay and a small fireworks show. Proceeds go to the town’s athletic programs. This event attracts thousands of people every year.

Late in the year since 2002, the Cumberland Town and Recreational Department has organized a “Spook Trail” in the woods of Diamond Hill Park on Diamond Hill Road called “Haunted Hill.”

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Copa Chile 2016

La Copa Chile 2016 (Copa Chile MTS 2016 por razones de patrocinio) fue la 37º versión de este clásico torneo de copa, entre clubes de Chile. En el torneo participan 31 equipos de 2 categorías distintas (Primera División y Primera B), que buscan el cupo de Chile 3 para la Copa Bridgestone Libertadores de América 2017 y el cupo de Chile 4 para la Copa Sudamericana 2017.

La copa arrancó el 8 de julio de 2016 y finalizó el 14 de diciembre del mismo año. La ANFP pasa a jugar este torneo en los segundos semestres de cada año, a partir del 2016.

El campeón en esta edición fue Colo-Colo, quien ganó su trofeo número 11, pasando 10 ediciones (20 años) desde la obtención de la Copa Chile 1996, edición 26º thermos bottle parts. Y al igual que en aquella ocasión (Fernando Vergara con 7 goles) teniendo al goleador del torneo: Esteban Paredes con 8 goles.

La Copa Chile 2016 se juega con sistema de eliminación directa, al estilo europeo, con la excepción que se juega a 2 partidos (Ida y Vuelta). En la primera ronda se emparejan los 15 equipos de Primera B (tras la desafiliación de Deportes Concepción), con los 15 de la Primera División (Universidad de Chile clasifica directo a la siguiente fase por ser el campeón de la edición pasada). La primera etapa, que emparejan a los equipos de la Primera B con los de la Primera División, se jugará con criterio geográfico, y a partir de los Octavos de Final, siguen el orden del cuadro principal, sin importar el criterio geográfico.

El equipo que se corone campeón de esta edición, ganará el derecho de competir en la Copa Libertadores 2017 en calidad de Chile 3 (clasifica a la ronda previa del torneo continental). Además, se gana el derecho de jugar la Supercopa de Chile 2017, donde se enfrentará al mejor campeón de la temporada de Primera División 2016-17. En cambio el subcampeón de Copa Chile 2016, ganará su clasificación a Copa Sudamericana 2017 como Chile 4.

Estos son los árbitros que impartirán justicia, en la presente edición de la Copa Chile MTS. Podrían sumarse árbitros de la Segunda División Profesional y de ANFA.

Actualizado a julio de 2016.

Los entrenadores interinos aparecen en cursiva.

Los entrenadores interinos aparecen en cursiva.

Nota: Los cambios de entrenadores se realizaron, en el transcurso de los torneos de la Primera División y Primera B, respectivamente.

Los 15 equipos de la Primera B key lime squeezer, se enfrentarán ante 15 clubes de la Primera División (exceptuando al campeón de la edición anterior). Se juegan partidos de ida y vuelta, y los 15 clasificados avanzarán a la ronda de 8º de final.

Los 15 clubes clasificados de la Primera Ronda, se unen a Universidad de Chile, actual campeón del certamen, para formar el cuadro principal de Octavos de final. Se realizó un sorteo para armar las llaves de Octavos de final. De ahí en más, el resto de las fases seguirá el orden del cuadro. Palestino retrasó su duelo contra Everton en los Octavos de Final, por su participación en la Copa Sudamericana 2016.

Nota: El equipo que se ubica en la segunda línea cierra la llave como local.

Aquí se muestran los clubes que hayan clasificado a torneos internacionales gracias a la Copa Chile.

Actualizado el 14 de diciembre de 2016.

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Fecha de actualización: 14 de diciembre de 2016


Canoga Park

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Géolocalisation sur la carte : Grand Los Angeles

Géolocalisation sur la carte : Grand Los Angeles

Canoga Park est un quartier de la ville de Los Angeles en Californie situé dans la vallée de San Fernando.

Originellement appelée Owensmouth par Harrison Gray Otis du Los Angeles Times parce qu’elle se situait près de l’aqueduc de Los Angeles qui apporte de l’eau à la ville depuis la vallée de l’Owens, la région était autrefois rurale et son industrie agricole et en rapport avec l’industrie cinématographique puisqu’y s’y trouvaient des studios utilisés entre autres pour les cascades.

La ville fut fondée le par la Janss Corporation, mais la difficulté de la municipalité à avoir un quota d’eau suffisant mena à l’annexion à la ville de Los Angeles, qui fut déclarée le . Le nom du quartier fut changé en Canoga Park en 1930. À l’heure actuelle non leaking water bottles, une grande partie de l’ouest du quartier a été renommé West Hills tandis qu’une partie de l’est du district est désignée sous le nom de Winnetka. La région est maintenant principalement suburbaine, cependant quelques parties sont restées rurales et la production de film y existe toujours.

Le siège social de la société Rocketdyne se trouve dans ce quartier.

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Via Bavarica Tyrolensis

Die Via Bavarica Tyrolensis ist ein 225 km langer Wanderweg und Radwanderweg, der sich von Bayern (Isarwanderweg) bis nach Tirol (R29) erstreckt. Wenngleich die Wege mitunter schon seit Jahrzehnten existieren, wurde die Via Bavarica Tyrolensis als solches offiziell im Jahre 2004 eröffnet. Der Weg ist Teil des Radwanderweges münchen venezia.

Die landschaftlich reizvolle und abwechslungsreiche Strecke beginnt bei der Museumsinsel in München und führt Richtung Süden nach Pullach, wo sich der Weg in zwei Routen teilt.

Nun besteht einerseits die Möglichkeit, Richtung Straßlach, über die Pupplinger Au, vorbei an Wolfratshausen und Geretsried in den Isarwinkel zu radeln (oder zu wandern). Ab Bad Tölz steigt der Weg nun kontinuierlich an und nachdem man Lenggries und einige kleinere Weiler passiert hat preschool soccer socks, kommt man nach einer steilen Passage zum fjordartigen Sylvensteinsee und dem Dorf Fall. Entlang dem Bach Walchen führt diese Route wieder mit dem Alternativweg zusammen.

Dieser, den man ab Pullach in Richtung Oberhaching, Sauerlach, über den Hofoldinger Forst und Holzkirchen befährt, führt zum Tegernsee. Der See kann beidseitig umfahren werden, führt dann ab Rottach-Egern weiter nach Kreuth und zum Achenpass. Wenig später verschmilzt diese Route wieder mit der ersten, am Flussbett der Achen. Nun geht die Reise weiter ins Achental und nach Achenkirch. Entlang am Achensee führt nun das letzte Stück zum Ort Wiesing im Inntal non leaking water bottles. Hier mündet der Weg in den Inntal Radwanderweg (R1–3).

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Der Anspruch dieser Radtour wird vom Deutschen Alpenverein als leicht bis mittel beschrieben. Daher eignet sich diese Strecke sowohl für geübte Radfahrer, als auch für Paare und Familien als Wochenendausflug, wobei je nach Kondition (es gibt stellenweise steile Anstiege) und Zeit auch nur einzelne Abschnitte befahren werden können. Empfehlenswert sind Mountain Bikes, Trekkingräder oder Reiseräder. Mit einem Rennrad sind manche Passagen nicht zu bewältigen, da besonders ab der zweiten Hälfte der Strecke oft nicht mehr Asphalt, sondern vielmehr Kieswalzdecken und Schotterwege befahren werden.

D. D. Bhawalkar

Dilip Devidas Bhawalkar is an Indian optical physicist and the founder director of the Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology (CAT), an institute under the Department of Atomic Energy, serving as a centre for higher studies in the fields of Lasers and Accelerators. He is credited with pioneering research in Optics and Lasers in India and is reported to have contributed in making CAT a partner in the International Linear Collider and Large Hadron Collider experiments of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). He is a recipient of the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize, the highest Indian award in science and technology. The Government of India awarded him the fourth highest civilian award of the Padma Shri in 2000.

Bhawalkar, born on 16 October 1940 at the fort city of Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, in the Central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, completed his graduate (BSc) in 1959 and post graduate (MSc) studies in 1961 at Sagar University, topping the examinations for which he received Chintamanrao Gold Medal from the University. He continued his studies at Southampton University, securing a master’s degree (MSc) in Electronics and a doctoral degree (PhD) in Lasers and started his career as a member of faculty at the same university in 1966. His career at Southampton was short-lived as he returned to India in 1967 and accepted the job of a Scientific Officer at the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) to continue his work on lasers. He stayed at BARC mainstream till 1987 during which period, he became the Section Head in 1973 and the Division Head in 1984.

When the Centre for Advanced Technology was started by the Department of Atomic Energy in 1987, Bhawalkar was appointed as its founder director. In 2000, when he was due for his statutory superannuation, the Government extended his service for a further period of two years, till October 2002. After his retirement in 2002, he joined Quantalase, an organization manufacturing industrial and medical lasers, as its director and holds the post till date.

Bhawalkar is one of the pioneers of laser in India and one of the early doctoral scholars in the technology when the discipline was at its nascent stage. He initiated research on lasers at BARC thermos 18 ounce hydration bottle, has been one of the key figures in the establishment of the Centre for Advanced Technology of the DAE at BARC and was involved with the institution from its beginning till his superannuation. During this period, he was instrumental in setting up of various laboratories and facilities of CAT and developing a National Laser Programme for the country. His efforts are reported behind the establishment of research infrastructure and courses on lasers and accelerators at BARC training school and behind the introduction of R&D programmes at the Laser Division of BARC. He also mentored 18 research scholars phone bag waterproof, including two from Southampton University, in their studies.

Bhawalkar is credited with pioneering research on Lasers in India and was the initiator of a new method for measuring weak lensing in gases by employing a Gaussian beam which has since been incorporated in Photothermal spectroscopy. His development of an Nd Glass laser chain for generating 10GW of pulsed power has assisted the subsequent experiments on laser-produced plasmas. He has also contributed to the development of biological and medical applications of lasers. He founded a prototype production facility at CAT which is reported to have supplied over 50 lasers for DAE researches and to the industry. The team led by him is known to have contributed for the setting up of INDUS 1 non leaking water bottles, the first Synchrotron Radiation Source in India and the precursor of Indus 2. It was during his tenure as the director, CAT started its participation in the International Linear Collider and Large Hadron Collider experiments of European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). His researches have been documented by over 80 scientific and organizational articles, published in national and international peer reviewed journals.

Bhawalkar is a Distinguished Scientist of the Centre for Advanced Technology and a Distinguished Honorary Professor of the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. He served as the coordinator of DAE=CERN collaboration and the Integrated Long Term Programme of Cooperation, an Indo-Russian joint venture on lasers and accelerators and as a member of the Steering Committee of the International Linear Collider programme. He is the founder president of the Indian Laser Association. He is a member of the Indian Physics Association, and a former member of the Asian Committee for Future Accelerators and the International Committee for Future Accelerators. He chaired the Asian Committee for Future Accelerators (ACFA) and the Advanced Technology Committee of Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences of the Department of Atomic Energy and is a member of C-13 Committee of International Union of Pure and Applied Physics.

The Indian Academy of Sciences elected Bhawalkar as its Fellow in 1986. The Indian National Science Academy (INSA) and the National Academy of Sciences, India (NASI) followed suit in 1990. He was elected as a Fellow of the Optical Society of America in 1998 and was, subsequently, selected as the Foreign Fellow of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) awarded him the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize, the highest Indian award in the science and technology category in 1984, the same year, as he was selected as the UGC lecturer by the University Grants Commission of India. He received the Goyal Prize of the Kurukshetra University in 1999 and he was included in the 2000 Republic Day honours list for the civilian award of the Padma Shri, by the Government of India. He received one more award, H. K. Firodia Award, in 2000.