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Syed Raza Ali Gillani

Syed Raza Ali Gillani
سید رضا علی گیلانی

Member of Provincial Assembly of the Punjab

In office
2013 – Present

Constituency
PP-187 Okara III

Personal details

Born
Template:30 April
Hujra Shah Muqeem,, Okara, Pakistan

Citizenship
Pakistani

Nationality
Pakistani

Political party
Pakistan Muslim League (N)

Parents
Syed Afzaal Ali Gillani

Residence
Okara, Pakistan

Occupation
Politician

Religion
Islam

Syed Raza Ali Gilani Urdu: سید رضا علی گیلانی‎ first elected to the Punjab Assembly at 25 years of age from his hometown seat of PP-187. Syed Raza Ali Gillani son of Syed Afzaal Ali Shah Gillani was born on April 30, 1975. After acquiring his early education from Aitchison College, Lahore, he graduated in 1995 from Government College, Lahore and obtained M.Sc. degree in (Textile Marketing) in 1999 from Philadelphia University, Philadelphia. He served as Nazim, UC 110, Hujra during 2000-01; as Member of Punjab Assembly during 2002-07 and functioned as Minister for Housing Urban Development & Public Health Engineering during 2003-07. An agriculturist, who has returned to the Punjab Assembly for the second term in general elections 2008. He has extensively travelled abroad and visited USA, Australia, UK, Turkey, and UAE and has attended various National & International Seminars/Conferences. His father served as Member, Provincial Assembly of the Punjab successively from 1985 to 1999 and also functioned as Minister for Health during 1985-87; as Minister for Housing, Physical and Environmental Planning during 1988-90; and as Minister for Housing and Physical Planning during 1997-99.- Hujra Shah Muqeem.[1] He has been made provincial Higher Education Minister in December, 2016 in the cabinet of Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif. Since then, he has taken many beneficial steps for enhancing the performance of Higher Education Department and introduced sustained reforms-process to improve the overall standards of higher education institutions, especially the public sector universities.
References[edit]

^ “Member Profile: Syed Raza Ali Gillani”. Provincial Assembly of the Punjab. Retrieved 4 December 2010. 

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Liivoja

Liivoja

Village

Country
 Estonia

County
Jõgeva County

Parish
Jõgeva Parish

Time zone
EET (UTC+2)

 • Summer (DST)
EEST (UTC+3)

Liivoja is a village in Jõgeva Parish, Jõgeva County in eastern Estonia.

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Settlements in Jõgeva Parish

Small boroughs

Jõgeva
Kuremaa
Laiuse
Siimusti

Villages

Alavere
Ellakvere
Endla
Kaera
Kärde
Kassinurme
Kaude
Kivijärve
Kurista
Kõola
Laiusevälja
Lemuvere
Liivoja
Lõpe
Mõisamaa
Mooritsa
Õuna
Paduvere
Painküla
Pakaste
Palupere
Patjala
Pedja
Raaduvere
Rohe
Selli
Soomevere
Teilma
Tooma
Vägeva
Vaimastvere
Väljaotsa
Vana-Jõgeva
Vilina
Viruvere
Võduvere
Võikvere

Coordinates: 58°46′N 26°22′E / 58.767°N 26.367°E / 58.767; 26.367

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Lukáš Krajíček

Lukáš Krajíček

Born
(1983-03-11) March 11, 1983 (age 33)
Prostějov, Czechoslovakia

Height
6 ft 2 in (188 cm)

Weight
185 lb (84 kg; 13 st 3 lb)

Position
Defence

Shoots
Left

KHL team
Former teams
HC Dinamo Minsk
Florida Panthers
Vancouver Canucks
Tampa Bay Lightning
Philadelphia Flyers
HC Oceláři Třinec

National team
 Czech Republic

NHL Draft
24th overall, 2001
Florida Panthers

Playing career
2002–present

Lukáš Krajíček (Czech pronunciation: [ˈlukaːʃ ˈkrajiːtʃɛk], born March 11, 1983) is a Czech professional ice hockey defenceman who plays for HC Dinamo Minsk of the KHL. He previously played in the National Hockey League (NHL) for the Florida Panthers, Vancouver Canucks, Tampa Bay Lightning and Philadelphia Flyers and in the Czech Extraliga for the HC Oceláři Třinec.

Contents

1 Playing career
2 Career statistics

2.1 Regular season and playoffs
2.2 International

3 Transactions
4 References
5 External links

Playing career[edit]
Krajíček played major junior in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) with the Peterborough Petes. He posted 35 points in his draft year and was chosen in the first round, 24th overall, by the Florida Panthers in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft. He remained with the Petes for another two seasons and improved to 53 points in 52 games in 2002–03, his final year of junior.
He split the 2003–04 season between the Panthers and their American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the San Antonio Rampage, then played the entirety of 2004–05 with the Rampage due to the NHL lockout. When he returned, he earned a full-time roster spot with the Panthers and posted 16 points in 67 games.
In the off-season, Krajíček was involved in a blockbuster multi-player trade that sent him, Roberto Luongo, and a sixth round draft pick in 2006 to the Vancouver Canucks for Todd Bertuzzi, Alex Auld, and Bryan Allen. He matched his 16-point output of the previous season with the Canucks in 2006–07, but had his second season in Vancouver shortened due to injury.
On October 6, 2008, he was traded along with prospect Juraj Šimek to the Tampa Bay Lightning for Michel Ouellet and Shane O’Brien.[1]
Krajíček signed with the Philadelphia Flyers on January 31, 2010 after being released by Tampa Bay a week earlier.[2]
On May 27, 2011,[3] Lukáš signed with HC Dinamo Minsk of the KHL and quickly became one of the best defenceman there, forming the first pairing with the young
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Henry Hastings (sportsman)

Henry Hastings (c. 1561[1] – 15 October 1650), was an English landowner and an eccentric country sportsman. He supported the Royalist cause in the English Civil War.
Life[edit]
Hastings was second son of George Hastings, 4th Earl of Huntingdon. There seems to be some confusion as to his date of birth, which is said to have been 1551 by the Dictionary of National Biography, but is actually around a decade later.[2] He acquired the estate of Puddletown from James I.[3] Through his marriage, he acquired Woodlands Park, near Horton, Dorset, together with other parts of the old estate of the Filiols, where he lived.
Hastings supported the King in the Civil war and in 1645 his estate at Woodlands, valued in 1641 at £300, was sequestered. He later compounded for his property by the sum of £500.
Reputation[edit]
Hastings was the typical country squire of the time, “well-natured, but soon angry.” He always dressed in green, and keeping all sorts of hounds and hawks, devoted himself to hunting. His hall was hung with sporting trophies, while favourite dogs and cats occupied every corner. His table was provided from his farms and fishponds, and hospitable. The pulpit of a disused neighbouring chapel formed his larder.
An account was written of him by Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper, 1st Earl of Shaftesbury, and was inscribed on a portrait of him at Lord Shaftesbury’s seat, Winterbourne St. Giles. Other details of his domestic economy may be found in Shaftesbury’s character, which was first printed in Leonard Howard’s Collection of Letters and State Papers, 1753; it was reprinted in the ‘Connoisseur,’ No. 81, 14 Aug. 1755.[4] Dr. Drake (who printed it in William Hone’s Everyday Book, ii. 1624) omitted some disparaging remarks; Shaftesbury himself lived near Hastings’s residence, and was a Parliamentarian.
He was buried and with his wife and their son, Sir George Hastings, who died in 1657, in the Hastings aisle in the belfry of the old church of Horton.
Hastings married Dorothy Willoughby, second daughter and coheiress of Sir Francis Willoughby (the builder of Wollaton, Nottinghamshire). She died on 15 December 1638. On 1 Jun 1639 he settled part of his estate on Anne Langton of Woodlands, spinster daughter of William Langton,[5] and they later married,[6] but she is not mentioned in his epitaph. Woodlands passed into the hands of the Roy family, and was subsequently added to Lord Shaftesbury’s estate.
References[edit]

^ Dorset History Centre – Walpole Family of W
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Messia

Messia may refer to:

Pedro Messía de la Cerda, 2nd Marquis of Vega de Armijo (1700–1783); a Spanish naval officer
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George Kranz

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George Kranz

Born
15 December 1956
Germany

Website
[1]

George Kranz is a German dance music singer and percussionist. He is best known for his song “Trommeltanz”, otherwise known as “Din Daa Daa”. The song hit No. 1 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in 1984 and then returned to the chart in a new version in 1991, peaking at No. 8. “Din Daa Daa” (sometimes spelled “Din Da Da”) is considered a classic dance music track and has been remixed, sampled and bootlegged many times, including in 1987’s seminal “Pump Up the Volume” by MARRS, 1998’s Praise Joint Remix by Kirk Franklin, 2005’s “Shake” by the Ying Yang Twins, “Turn Around” by Flo Rida and an Xbox 360 commercial.

Contents

1 Discography

1.1 Albums
1.2 Singles
1.3 Producer
1.4 Filmography

2 See also
3 References

Discography[edit]
Albums[edit]

My Rhythm (1983), Pool
Magic Sticks (OST) (1986), Virgin
Move It (1989), SPV
Sticky Druisin (1995)
Very Best Of (1999), DFP-Music (BMG)

Singles[edit]

“Trommeltanz” (1983), Pool
“Bass Drum Ma Bass Drum” (1985), Pool
“Heya” (1987)
“Helmut Kohl Ist Tot” (1992)
“Din Daa Daa (91 Remix)” (1991), Cardiac
“Din Daa Daa (96 Remix)” (1996), DiN

Producer[edit]

The Fog – Metallic Lord (1999), DFP-Music (BMG)
Bunny Rugs – On Soul (2002), DFP-Music (H`art)

Filmography[edit]

“Breakin’2 Electric Boogaloo”
Kabine 18
Die Vier aus der Zwischenzeit (1. Staffel)
Tocata
Ein ungleiches Paar
Magic Sticks
Der Passagier – Welcome to Germany
Roy Black Story – Du bist nicht allein
Happy Birthday (Unschuldig schuldig)

See also[edit]

List of number-one dance hits (United States)
List of artists who reached number one on the US Dance chart

References[edit]

Official website
George Kranz at AllMusic

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WorldCat Identities
VIAF: 22341103
LCCN: n95018838
ISNI: 0000 0000 5516 5620
GND: 134433742
BNF: cb14025433d (data)
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