Odostomia trimariana

Odostomia trimariana

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Mollusca

Class:
Gastropoda

(unranked):
clade Heterobranchia
clade Euthyneura
clade Panpulmonata

Superfamily:
Pyramidelloidea

Family:
Pyramidellidae

Genus:
Odostomia

Species:
O. trimariana

Binomial name

Odostomia trimariana
Pilsbry & Lowe, 1932

Synonyms

Chrysallida trimariana Pilsbry & Lowe, 1932

Odostomia trimariana is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Pyramidellidae, the pyrams and their allies.[1][2]
Distribution[edit]
This species occurs in the Pacific Ocean off the Tres Marias Islands, Mexico.
References[edit]

^ Rosenberg, G. (2011). Odostomia trimariana Pilsbry & Lowe, 1932. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=575920 on 2012-01-12
^ Keen M. (1971). Sea shells of Tropical West America. Marine mollusks from Baja California to Perú. (2nd edit.). Stanford University Press pp. 1064:

External links[edit]

External identifiers for Odostomia trimariana

WoRMS
575920

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2001–02 New Jersey Nets season

2001–02 New Jersey Nets season

Conference Champions

Division Champions

Jason Kidd’s first season with the Nets
Keith Van Horn’s final season with the Nets

Head coach
Byron Scott

Owner(s)
Yankee Global Enterprises LLC

Arena
Continental Airlines Arena

Results

Record
52–30 (.634)

Place
Division: 1st (Atlantic)
Conference: 1st (Eastern)

Playoff finish
NBA Finals
(Lost to Lakers 0–4)

Stats @ Basketball-Reference.com

Local media

Television
Fox Sports Net New York, WLNY

Radio
WFAN

< 2000–01
2002–03 >

The 2001–02 season saw the Nets finishing first in the Eastern Conference with 52 win and 30 losses, their best record since joining the NBA after the ABA–NBA merger in 1976. As of 2016, this was the only season where the Nets won 50 or more games.
In the offseason, the Nets acquired All-Star point guard Jason Kidd from the Phoenix Suns.[1] Kidd was credited for most of turn-around—the Nets had finished 26–56 the previous year—and finished second to the Spurs’ Tim Duncan in MVP voting,[2] and was selected for the 2002 NBA All-Star Game.
Under Kidd’s guidance, the young Nets team prospered through the playoffs and ended up advancing all the way to the Eastern Conference title and the franchise’s first-ever appearance in the NBA Finals. In the first round, they defeated the Indiana Pacers in five games, then defeated the Charlotte Hornets four games to one in the semifinals. They then defeated the Boston Celtics four games to two in the Eastern Conference Finals. However, New Jersey’s season would end without an improbable NBA crown, as Kidd and the Nets were swept in four games by the Los Angeles Lakers. Following the season, Keith Van Horn was traded to the Philadelphia 76ers.

Contents

1 Draft picks
2 Roster

2.1 Depth Chart

3 Regular season

3.1 Standings
3.2 Record vs. opponents
3.3 Game log

4 Playoffs

4.1 East First Round
4.2 Conference Semifinals
4.3 Conference Finals
4.4 NBA Finals

4.4.1 Summary
4.4.2 Aspects
4.4.3 Game One
4.4.4 Game Two
4.4.5 Game Three
4.4.6 Game Four

5 Player stats

5.1 Regular season
5.2 Postseason

6 Awards and records
7 References

Draft picks[edit]
Main article: 2001 NBA draft

Round
Pick
Player
Position
Nationality
School/Club Team

1
7
Eddie Griffin
Forward
 United States
Seton Hall

2
35
Brian Scalabrine
Forward
 United States
USC

Roster[edit]

New Jersey Nets roster

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Coaches

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No.
Name
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Internet police

This article is about the generic term describing governmental and official involvement in cyber policing. For the phenomenon of vigilantic acts taken through the Internet, see Internet vigilantism.

Internet

An Opte Project visualization of routing paths through a portion of the Internet

General

Access
Censorship
Democracy
Digital divide
Digital rights
Freedom of information
History of the Internet
Internet phenomena
Net neutrality
Pioneers
Privacy
Sociology
Usage

Governance

ICANN

Internet Engineering Task Force

Internet Governance Forum
Internet Society

Information infrastructure

Domain Name System
Hypertext Transfer Protocol
Internet exchange point
Internet Protocol
Internet protocol suite
Internet service provider
IP address
Internet Message Access Protocol
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

Services

Blogs

Microblogging

Email
Fax
File sharing
File transfer
Games
Instant messaging
Podcasts
Shopping
Television
Voice over IP
World Wide Web

search

Guides

Book
Index
Outline

Internet portal

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Internet police is a generic term for police and secret police departments and other organizations in charge of policing Internet in a number of countries.[1] The major purposes of Internet police, depending on the state, are fighting cybercrime, as well as censorship, propaganda, and monitoring and manipulating the online public opinion.

Contents

1 Canada
2 Estonia
3 India
4 Netherlands
5 People’s Republic of China
6 Thailand
7 United Kingdom
8 United States
9 See also
10 References
11 External links

Canada[edit]
Several attempts have been made to introduce tools that would allow law enforcement and security agencies to monitor online communications without a warrant, the latest of which was bill C-30, tabled in February 2012[2] which was abandoned because of strong public opposition.[3]
See also: Computer crime in Canada
Estonia[edit]
The Computer Emergency Response Team of Estonia (CERT Estonia), established in 2006, is an organization responsible for the management of security incidents in .ee computer networks. Its task is to assist Estonian Internet users in the implementation of preventive measures in order to reduce possible damage from security incidents and to help them in responding to security threats. CERT Estonia deals with security incidents that occur in Estonian networks, are started there, or have been notified of by citizens or institutions either in Estonia
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What We Talk About When We Talk About Love

What We Talk About When We Talk About Love

First edition

Author
Raymond Carver

Country
United States

Language
English

Publisher
Knopf

Publication date

1981

Media type
Print

Pages
176

What We Talk About When We Talk About Love is a 1981 collection of short stories by American writer Raymond Carver, as well as the title of one of the stories in the collection.

Contents

1 Content

1.1 “Why Don’t You Dance?”
1.2 “Viewfinder”
1.3 “Mr. Coffee and Mr. Fixit”
1.4 “Gazebo”
1.5 “I Could See the Smallest Things”
1.6 “Sacks”
1.7 “The Bath”
1.8 “Tell the Women We’re Going”
1.9 “After the Denim”
1.10 “So Much Water So Close to Home”
1.11 “The Third Thing That Killed My Father Off”
1.12 “A Serious Talk”
1.13 “The Calm”
1.14 “Little Things (short story)”
1.15 “Everything Stuck to Him”
1.16 “One More Thing”
1.17 “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love”

1.17.1 Main characters
1.17.2 Plot
1.17.3 Publication history
1.17.4 Earlier version

2 Editing
3 Links to other works
4 References

Content[edit]
“Why Don’t You Dance?”[edit]
In 1977, Carver submitted a story with this title to Esquire, which Gordon Lish subsequently edited and retitled “I Am Going to Sit Down”, but no version ever appeared in Esquire. The story was first published in Quarterly West in Autumn 1978 and later in The Paris Review in Spring 1981. The Quarterly West version incorporated many of Lish’s suggested changes, while the final version was 9% shorter.[1] It tells the story of a drinking man overseeing his yard-sale. The reader gets the feeling that he may be selling all his possessions, looking to start life anew. A young couple stops by to select furniture for their new apartment. They haggle a little over prices and buy a TV and a bed. The drinking man tells the young girl to put a record on. When the music begins the man asks the couple to dance. Uncomfortably, they comply. Then the drinking man dances with the young girl, and she says to him: “You must be desperate or something.” Several weeks later, the young girl is telling her friends about the man at his yard-sale. She mocks the record-player and records he gave them, saying: “Will you look at this shit?” The story ends with her trying to make sense of the man’s situation before quitting her wondering altogether. The story was adapted in the 2010 film Everything Must Go starring Will Ferrell and written and directed by Dan Rush.[2]
“Viewfinder”[edit]
A hook-handed man takes a photograph of man’s house fro
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Turner Museum

Turner Museum may refer to

Turner Museum of Glass, housed in the Department of Engineering Materials at the University of Sheffield, England, founded by W.E.S. Turner
Fred Turner Folk and Culture Museum, in Loeriesfontein, South Africa
Turner Contemporary, a gallery and visual arts organization in Margate, Kent, England, celebrating J.M.W. Turner’s association with that town
Turner Curling Museum, in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Canada
Janet Turner Print Museum, at California State University, Chico
Turner Museum & Historical Association, in Turner, Maine, USA, housed in the original Leavitt Area High School
Enoch Turner School, a schoolhouse museum in Toronto, Canada

See also[edit]

Turner House (disambiguation)
Turner Gallery (disambiguation)

This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Turner Museum.
If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

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Laikipia East Constituency

Laikipia East Constituency is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of three constituencies in Laikipia County, in the former Rift Valley Province. The constituency was established for the 1966 elections.
Members of Parliament[edit]

Elections
MP [1]
Party
Notes

1966
G. Githui Ndegwa
KANU
One-party system

1969
Tom Gichohi
KANU
One-party system

1974
G. Githui Ndegwa
KANU
One-party system

1979
Charles Ndirangu Muthura
KANU
One-party system

1983
Charles Ndirangu Muthura
KANU
One-party system

1988
Kausai Francis Xavier ole Kaparo
KANU
One-party system

1992
Charles Nderitu Mukora
DP

1997
Festus Mwangi Kiunjuri
DP

2002
Festus Mwangi Kiunjuri
NARC

2007
Festus Mwangi Kiunjuri
PNU

Wards[edit]

Wards

Ward
Registered Voters
Local authority

Biashara
5,454
Nanyuki municipality

Central
4,160
Nanyuki municipality

Hospital
4,460
Nanyuki municipality

Mashamba
2,235
Nanyuki municipality

Nturukuma
2,426
Nanyuki municipality

Stadium
6,882
Nanyuki municipality

Ethi
3,495
Laikipia County

Ildigiri / Ilpolei
1,152
Laikipia County

Ilingwesi
781
Laikipia County

Lamuria
2,772
Laikipia County

Makurian
856
Laikipia County

Mukogodo
1,136
Laikipia County

Mumonyot
890
Laikipia County

Naibor
2,147
Laikipia County

Ngobit
4,486
Laikipia County

Oloiborsoit
1,216
Laikipia County

Segera
2,859
Laikipia County

Sirma
3,609
Laikipia County

Tigithi
5,289
Laikipia County

Umande
5,948
Laikipia County

Total
62,253

*September 2005,[2][3]

References[edit]

^ Center for Multiparty Democracy: Politics and Paliamenterians in Kenya 1944-2007
^ Electoral Commission of Kenya: Registered voters per polling station by electoral area/ward and constituency
^ Electoral Commission of Kenya: Civic Elections Results (2002)

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Electoral constituencies of the National Assembly of Kenya

 
Nairobi Region

Dagoretti North Constituency
Dagoretti South Constituency
Westlands Constituency
Langata Constituency
Kibra Constituency
Roysambu Constituency
Kasarani Constituency
Ruaraka Constituency
Embakasi South Constituency
Embakasi North Constituency
Embakasi Central Constituency
Embakasi East Constituency
Embakasi West Constituency
Makadara Constituency
Kamukunji Constituency
Starehe Constituency
Mathare Constituency

 
Central Region

Nyandarua District

Kinangop Constituency
Kipipiri Constituency
Ndaragwa Constituency
Ol Kalou Constituency

Nyeri District

Kieni Con
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H.I.S. (travel agency)

For other uses, see HIS (disambiguation).

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H.I.S. Co., Ltd. (株式会社エイチ・アイ・エス?, TYO: 9603) is a travel agency based in the Shinjuku Oak Tower in Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan,[1] specializing in low-cost package tours. The company was founded as International Tours Co., Ltd. in 1980 by Hideo Sawada, born in 1951, and renamed “H.I.S.” in 1990.
In Japan, H.I.S. has 303 branches throughout the country and a global network of 185 branches in 124 cities abroad.[2] H.I.S. holds a majority stake in Orion Tour, Asia Atlantic Airlines and a minority stake in Skymark Airlines. It owns two hotels in Australia, one called Watermark Hotel and Spa on the Gold Coast, Queensland and the Watermark Hotel Brisbane, and a cruise company called Cruise Planet.
Hideo Sawada bought an interest in the Mongolian agricultural Khan Bank and believes Japanese tourism to Mongolia will increase.

Contents

1 H.I.S. world network

1.1 Europe
1.2 North America
1.3 South America
1.4 Asia
1.5 Oceania

2 Sources
3 External links

H.I.S. world network[edit]
Europe[edit]

Istanbul, Turkey
Rome and Milan, Italy
London, Great Britain
Paris, France
Frankfurt, Germany
Madrid, Spain
Wien, Austria
Zurich, Switzerland

North America[edit]

New York
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Hawaii
Mexico
Canada

South America[edit]

São Paulo, Brazil

Asia[edit]

South Korea
Hong Kong
Singapore
Maldives
Bangkok
Indonesia

Oceania[edit]

Australia
New Zealand
Fiji

Sources[edit]

^ “Company Info.” H.I.S. Retrieved on March 11, 2010.
^ “Company Info.” H.I.S. Retrieved on August 17, 2012.

“In Mongolia, a Tilt Toward a Free Market,” New York Times, James Brooke and Jargal Byambasuren, October 21, 2003

External links[edit]

Tokyo portal
Companies port
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Gemma Wilde

Gemma Wilde

Holby City character

Ty Glaser as Gemma Wilde

First appearance
“Push the Button (Part 2)”
22 January 2013

Last appearance
“Father’s Day”
17 December 2013

Portrayed by
Ty Glaser

Information

Occupation
Foundation Training Year 2

Children
Finn Wilde

Gemma Wilde is a fictional character from the BBC medical drama Holby City, played by actress Ty Glaser. She first appeared in the fifteenth series episode “Push the Button (Part 2)”, broadcast on 22 January 2013. Gemma was introduced as an F1 doctor, but she eventually progressed to an F2 during her time in the show. Gemma was introduced along with fellow F1 Arthur Digby (Rob Ostlere). Glaser’s casting was announced in October 2012. To help her prepare for the role of Gemma, Glaser visited Whipps Cross University Hospital where she shadowed a surgical team and worked with F1s.
Gemma was portrayed as being impulsive, driven, confident and focused on being a good doctor. Glaser also called Gemma ambitious and said wanted to be respected, regardless of her background. During her time in Holby City, Gemma struggled to balance her job as a doctor with motherhood, she was held hostage, had her career placed in jeopardy by another doctor and had a love-hate relationship with Harry Tressler (Jules Knight). Gemma also had to deal with the revelation of her “raunchy” alter-ego Dr. Honey, who was face of an online problem page. Gemma departed in the sixteenth series episode “Father’s Day”, which aired on 17 December 2013.

Contents

1 Development

1.1 Casting and characterisation
1.2 Career at Holby
1.3 Relationship with Harry Tressler
1.4 Departure

2 Reception
3 References
4 External links

Development[edit]
Casting and characterisation[edit]


Gemma is a naturally bright F1. She is tough, fierce, worldly-wise and doesn’t suffer fools gladly but she is also a mother to a young son, Finn. Gemma does not let her parental responsibilities affect her career.

— BBC Online.[1]

On 24 October 2012, Daniel Kilkelly from Digital Spy confirmed actress Ty Glaser had joined the cast of Holby City as new regular doctor Gemma Wilde.[2] Glaser had already begun filming at the show’s studio in Borehamwood and her character made her first screen appearance on 22 January 2013.[2][3] Glaser explained that she was in town when she learned she had won the role of Gemma.[4] To help prepare for the role, Glaser visited Whipps Cross University Hospital with fellow cast member Rob Ostlere and
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