Leonidas Hubbard

Leonidas Hubbard Jr. (1872–1903) was an American journalist and adventurer.
He was born in Michigan and studied at the University of Michigan (1893–97), choosing journalism as a career. In 1901 he married Mina Adelaine Benson, a woman two years senior and at the time an assistant superintendent of a Staten Island hospital. They met at the hospital when Hubbard was ill with typhoid fever. He became an assistant editor of Outing magazine and in 1903 led an expedition to canoe the system Naskaupi River–Michikamau Lake in Labrador and George River in Quebec. His companions on this journey were his friend, New York lawyer Dillon Wallace and an Indian guide from Missanabie, George Elson.
From the start (departing North West River on July 15) 2016 Free People, the expedition was beset with mistakes and problems. Instead of ascending the Naskaupi River, by mistake they followed the shallow Susan Brook. After hard long portaging and almost reaching Michikamau Lake stainless steel thermos, with food supplies running out, on September 15 at Windbound lake, they decided to turn back. On October 18, Wallace and Elson went in a search of cached store of flour, leaving Hubbard behind in a tent. Hubbard died of exhaustion and starvation on either same or next day. Wallace got lost in the snowstorm

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After Wallace was nursed back to health (he suffered gangrene in his foot), the two men accompanied Hubbard’s body back to New York for burial in May 1904.
In 1905, Mina Hubbard, accompanied by George Elson, and Dillon Wallace led two competing expeditions from North West River to the Hudson’s Bay Company post at the mouth of George River. Both were successful.
In 1913, Wallace returned with Judge William Malone and Gilbert Blake to place a memorial plaque where his friend perished (53°45′58.96″N 61°28′21.98″W / 53.7663778°N 61.4727722°W / 53.7663778; -61.4727722). Their canoe overturned on Beaver River and the plaque was lost. Wallace then created a memorial using white paint and a brush made from Gilbert’s hair. In July 1977, with the assistance of the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Dillon Wallace III, the son of Hubbard’s companion, and Rudy Mauro placed a replica of the lost plaque on the inscribed stone at Hubbard’s last camp. The inscription reads:
THIS TABLET MARKS THE SCENE OF THE TRAGIC DEATH FROM EXHAUSTION ON OCTOBER 18, 1903 OF LEONIDAS HUBBARD JR. INTREPID EXPLORER AND PRACTICAL CHRISTIAN ERECTED BY LOVING FRIENDS JUNE 1913 JOHN XIV IV: AND WHITHER I GO YE KNOW, AND THE WAY YE KNOW AN EXACT REPLICA OF A TABLET LOST IN THE BEAVER RIVER, THIS MARKER REPLACES AN INSCRIPTION CARVED HERE IN 1913 BY DILLON WALLACE, JUDGE WILLIAM J goedkope Adidas voetbal truien . MALONE AND GILBERT BLAKE DEDICATED IN 1976 BY DILLON WALLACE III. ASSISTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF NEWFOUNDLAND, IN COMM- EMORATION OF THE EXPLORATORY JOURNEY OF LEONIDAS HUBBARD, DILLON WALLACE AND GEORGE ELSON, FROM NORTH WEST RIVER TO WINDBOUND LAKE
The 1903 and 1905 expeditions were the subject of a 2008 Canadian docudrama The Last Explorer, directed by Elson’s great nephew, Cree filmmaker Neil Diamond.

Anchor River

The Anchor River is a stream on the Kenai Peninsula in the U.S. state of Alaska. Beginning near Bald Mountain on the eastern side of the lower peninsula, if flows generally west for 30 miles (48 km) into Cook Inlet near Anchor Point on the western side of the peninsula. The river mouth is 14 miles (23 km) northwest of Homer.
The middle reaches of the river pass through the Anchor River and Fritz Creek Critical Habitat Area, meant to protect fish and wildlife cheap clothes online 2016, especially moose. The lower river intersects North Fork Road and then the Sterling Highway before reaching Anchor and the Anchor River State Recreation Area (SRA) at the coast.
The SRA is a popular spot for camping and fishing in the summer months, when there are salmon runs, and catch-and-release steelhead fishing. Anchor Point, the site of the SRA

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Love Before Breakfast

Love Before Breakfast is a 1936 American romantic comedy film starring Carole Lombard, Preston Foster Green Cup toothpaste dispenser, and Cesar Romero, based on Faith Baldwin’s short story Spinster Dinner, published in International-Cosmopolitan in July 1934. The film was directed by Walter Lang from a screenplay by Herbert Fields assisted by numerous contract writers, including Preston Sturges.

Kay Colby (Carole Lombard) is a Park Avenue beauty with two suitors: fiancé Bill Wadsworth (Cesar Romero) and Scott Miller (Preston Foster)

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Love Before Breakfast had the working title of Spinster Dinner, the title of the Faith Baldwin short story it was based on. Several months before filming began, it was reported that Melvyn Douglas would take the male lead.
Carole Lombard was under contract to Paramount, who lent her to Universal for this film, in exchange for Margaret Sullavan going there to do So Red The Rose. Lombard also brought technical staff from Paramount, including photographer Ted Tetzlaff and costume designer Travis Banton.
Lombard, who had the contractual right to reject scripts, didn’t like the ones she was presented for Love Before Breakfast, including those written by Preston Sturges, Claude Binyon, Samuel Hoffenstein, Harry Clork, Doris Malloy and William Conselman. Eventually, she accepted Herbert Fields’s script bogner jas.
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24th Air Division

The 24th Air Division is an inactive United States Air Force intermediate echelon command and control organization. It was last assigned to First Air Force, Tactical Air Command (ADTAC). It was inactivated on 30 September 1990 at Griffiss Air Force Base, New York.

The Division was activated at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana in November 1969, replacing the 28th Air Division in an Aerospace Defense Command (ADCOM) realignment and re-organization of assets. Assigned additional designation of 24th NORAD Region and 24th CONAD Region upon activation with reporting to the NORAD Combat Operations Center at the Cheyenne Mountain Complex, Colorado.
The 24th AD was responsible for the air defense of a large area of the upper Great Plains from the 115th meridian west eastward to the 97th meridian west Cheap Adidas Soccer Jerseys Outlet Discount; from the 49th parallel north south to the 41st parallel north. This area encompassed most of Montana, Wyoming, North and South Dakota and most of Nebraska. It was also the command organization for the Semi Automatic Ground Environment (SAGE) Data Center (DC-20) at Malmstrom

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In 1979 it was incorporated into Tactical Air Command with the inactivation of ADCOM as a major command. Under Air Defense Tactical Air Command it continued its mission until 15 April 1982 when it moved to Griffiss Air Force Base, New York and assumed responsibility for most of New England, the northern Mid-Atlantic States and the upper Midwest.
In 1985 most active-duty units were inactivated or reassigned to other missions, and the air defense mission came under Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard units under First Air Force Cheap The Kooples. The Division stood down on 30 September 1990, its command, mission, components, and assets were immediately transferred to the Northeast Air Defense Sector and Southeast Air Defense Sector.
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„The emblem is symbolic of the unit and the Air Force colors, untramarine blue and golden yellow are used. Blue alludes to the sky, the primary theater of Air Force operations and yellow to the sun and the excellence required of personnel in their assigned tasks. The black and white checked design is representative of the unit’s day and night commitment to the air defense mission. The knight’s head in armor is symbolic of the personnel of the unit who stand alert, ever ready and maintain constant watch. The blue field not only symbolizes the sky, but space and the challenge of detecting and defending against threats from space. The stars on the field of blue represent the 13 original colonies. The sword symbolizes the armed might of the unit and ability to detect, intercept and deter any armed opposition. Interceptor forces are symbolized by the interceptor MACH symbols being directed skyward. Radar control and direction of defense forces are symbolized by lightning impulses radiating from the sword.“[citation needed]
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Ziss Modell

Ziss-Modell, originally called R. W. Modell or Wittek Modell were ‚brand‘ names of the German Mini-Auto firm which made diecast metal classic and contemporary vehicles from the 1960s through the late 1970s. Later, use of the Mini-Auto name largely disappeared and the models were mainly known as Ziss or R. W Modell.

The company began sometime in the 1960s as the Mini-Auto Company with models called R.W. Modell – possibly for the founder E. (probably Erich) Wittek or another relative of the same family – the brand nomenclature in early pamphlets is unclear. While the Mini-Auto name appeared occasionally on packaging and the bases of models, it usually appeared only in brochures (Johnson 1998, p. 254; Wittek No date). Later, about the mid-1970s, use of the name Mini-Auto disappeared in favor of only R. W. Modell or Ziss

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. This may have been due to confusion with other names of miniature manufacturers like Italy’s Dugu Miniautoys, the Miniauto line produced by Kaden in Czechoslovakia, or Dave Sinclair’s Mini-Auto import and sales shop in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Finally, R. W. Modell seems to have been changed to Ziss which may have also been a family name (some web sites say E. Wittek’s son continued the operation, thus the gradual name change from R. W. to Ziss; see Robinson 2010). For a time, however, the two names were used simultaneously under the Mini-Auto or Wittek Modell appellation and some company brochures show both ‚brands‘ on their covers. The influential U.S. importer David Sinclair, who scoured Europe for new models and got to know many of the individuals behind the companies, called the company a „comparatively small family operation“ (Sinclair 1979, p. 392).
The company, by whichever name, was located in Lintorf bogner ski jackets 2016, West Germany Jimmy Choo shoes outlet online, a town near Ratingen, north of Düsseldorf and not far from the Rhine River (Wittek No date; Rixon 2005, p. 72). R. W. and Ziss boxes commonly say „Made in Western-Germany“ on the flaps. That a German manufacturer would make classic and veteran models seems a rare treat – French companies like Minialuxe, RAMI by J.M.K. or Italian Rio Models and Brumm were ahead of any German firm in making classic vehicles from before 1930. Except for Cursor Models which were made for the Mercedes-Benz museum in Stuttgart, and some Gama veteran cars, Ziss seems to be the only German manufacturer dedicated to making an array of models from the veteran era (Gibson 1971, p. 21).
The earliest models were a classic line of mostly German vehicles in the spirit of French RAMI by J.M.K. or Italian Rio Models (Gibson 1971, pp. 20-21). Both autos and trucks were produced, usually in three or four different colors. Under the earlier R.W. name, models included the cute little 1920s Hanomag „Kommisbrot“ („loaf of bread“ – in top up and top down versions, like Rio and Brumm models), a 1905 Mercedes Kettenwagen, coupe and Grand Prix, a BMW Dixi, and a FIAT 508S Balilla coupe.
Under the Ziss Modell name, new marques such as Adler, Mercedes-Simplex, Audi Alpensieger, Opel, and N.A.G. appeared. New trucks appeared as well like Henschel, M.A.N. and B.V. tankers. These trucks were heavy with an unusually high metal content (Rixon 2005, p. 73). Some of the models, like selected Henschel trucks, appeared as special promotionals in distinct white boxes The Kooples Clothing Outlet. Even a couple of Ford Model Ts, including a utility „Ranch-wagen“, were made, similar to choices that RAMI by J.M.K. had done. It is interesting that none of the R. W. models appear to have leaked over into the Ziss line-up, showing somewhat of a break in development of models between R. W. and Ziss Modell – but about 1970 or so, both were offered simultaneously. For Ziss, at least two significantly different versions from each marque appeared, such as an Opel Stadtcoupe and an Opel Torpedo or the Adler phaeton and the Adler limousine.
Though Ziss-Modell is more known for its classic line, like the French Minialuxe it also offered a few contemporary cars and trucks. From the outset, R. W. Modell made a Ford Transit van, contemporary German Hanomag stake and delivery trucks in both shorter wheelbase and longer articulated forms, a Volkswagen transporter flatbed, a tractor and a Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman limousine. A simply cast Jeep was also available.
Later Ziss offerings included an Opel Rekord II sedan from about 1972 with opening front doors, and a two-door Opel Commodore (Bickford 2009). An Opel Manta is mentioned by some, but this model has not been confirmed. The rather arbitrary nature of the contemporary offerings makes one wonder if they were offered mainly because of promotional contracts with Opel or Mercedes-Benz. Why not other Porsches, Audis, Volkswagens, BMWs or Mercedes-Benzes? The offerings appear to have been for special purposes.
Besides the normal liveries appearing on the sides of some trucks, Ziss did some models which were promotionals for specific companies. Ziss made a rather simple diecast Jeep and one version was a marketing promotional for Wicküler beer – complete with ‚3 Musketeers‘-like figures holding up beer steins. The Ford Transit van was offered with Funny Frisch chips logo on the sides. Various liveries appeared on the M.A.N. and Henschel trucks including British Petroleum, Aral Oil, Wicküler beer, and Schenker transport. One M.A.N. omnibus was for the Wiblingen-Ulm-Wiblingen circuit to the famed cathedral.
Ziss also made a few construction vehicles which were apparently used for company promotion. One example was a Clark C-500 540D forklift made in a gray-green in 1/24 scale and also a pair of O&K excavator-loaders in both wheeled and tracked versions. Also offered was a yellow P&H excavator loader, which appeared very similar to the O&K machines. A couple of tractors – an orange and gray Fiat 550, and a Deutz Series 06 were also offered in bright card boxes with photos of the tractors on the sides.
It seems earlier boxes were blue and labeled with the Mini-Auto name along with Wittek Modell, but this design is rare. Some R.W. Modell vehicles had red boxes with plastic windows with no illustration of the vehicle. These boxes were in German script with brief vehicle specifications. Other R.W. boxes had red and white vertical stripes on two sides with solid red on the alternate sides – with an illustration of the vehicle. Ziss Modell boxes were blue, yet decorated in the same manner as the earlier R.W. boxes.
Vehicles sometimes came with railings or other parts in packages with illustrations on how to affix the parts to the model. This is the case with the 1911 Benz Landaulet which came with separate, ornately curved, diecast zamac roof racks. Some of the R.W. Hanomag truck boxes were multicolored, but the striped boxes described above were most common. Some of the last vehicles in the late 1970s or possibly the early 1980s were sold in plastic display boxes.
The model selection of mainly German marques in the R.W. and Ziss line-up earns kudos, especially some in the R.W. Modell line like the Hanomag „Kommissbrot“. This model was ultra detailed with fine features like lights, horn, opening rear engine lid, tilting seats and a spare tire behind the seats. Still, the execution and detail of some models lacked confidence. Ziss models often have a cheap looking plastic ‚wooden spoke‘ wheel style that doesn’t even look as good as Matchbox Models of Yesteryear’s metal wheels. Later models offered a more realistic plastic wire wheel design.
Color choice was sometimes criticized as was the rendition of Ziss lamps, grilles and other finer pieces of the models, which Gibson called „uncomfortable“ (Gibson 1971, pp. 28-29). Another uncomfortable feature was the raised ribs for door joints on some models like the Audi Alpensieger – a ridge to give the impression of the door line is unfortunate though the same practice is also seen on Spot-On models. Still, no other diecast company before or since has offered such classic German selections. They are done well, some of them very well and are reasonably priced on the normal auction sites.
Most sources say the company stopped producing about 1978 (Sinclair 1979, p. 392). Some models may have been produced into the early 1980s. Previous Ziss models appeared in the early 1980s modeled as ‚Euro-Modell‘. These often would have the Ziss name blotted out from the metal base of the model, but some Euro-Modell’s bases still said Ziss. Whether it was Ziss with another new name or a completely different company is uncertain, but some reported that models such as the Audi Alpenseiger were sold as promotional models in contemporary Audi dealers. It is uncertain if this ‚Euro-Modell‘ (hyphenated) was related to the more contemporary ‚Euro Modell‘ HO (1:87 scale) plastic model producer.

Caistor Grammar School

Caistor Grammar School is a selective school with academy status in the English town of Caistor in the county of Lincolnshire, England. The school was founded in 1630. It has since grown to be one of the most respected and highest performing schools in the East Midlands. The school has been awarded specialist sports and humanities status. The current Headmaster is Roger Hale, who took up the position from Trevor Foulkes in January 1996, but who arrived at the school in September 1992 as Deputy Headmaster. At present, Caistor Grammar is ranked first in Lincolnshire according to GCSE and A Level results in 2013. It has gained 100% 5 A* to C grades for the last four years running (and in 12 of the last 15 years) and has topped Lincolnshire A level tables for the last ten years.[not verified in body] The school was ranked 32nd of all schools in the UK in 2013 Replica Bogner sale. In December 2010, as part of new government scheme to award high performing schools, Caistor Grammar School changed from a foundation school to an academy.

Caistor Grammar School is an endowed school dating from the reign of Charles I. The Dissolution of the Monasteries in the reign of Henry VIII had destroyed the principal sources of education of the times, and the numerous schools endowed throughout England during the following reigns are evidence that public-spirited men recognised the need created and endeavoured to meet it. Among others was Francis Rawlinson, of South Kelsey, who died in 1630, bequeathing money to endow a school at Caistor, and William Hansard of Biscathorpe, who supplemented the original gift in 1634. The monies given were invested in the purchase of land at Cumberworth, and of the rectorial tithes of Bilsby, of which the governors are still lay impropriators.
The original trustees were Sir Edward Asycough of South Kelsey, Sir William Pelham of Brocklesby and Sir Christopher Wray Baron of Glentworth (Lord Chief Justice of England), and Johnathon Beltwick. Other trustees shouldered their responsibilities from time to time until 1885 when, under the Endowed Schools Act 1869, the Foundation was placed under an elective body of governors, the Vicar of Caistor being an ex-officio member. In 1908 2016 Free People, the school was recognised by the Board of Education.
On 11 November 1931 it celebrated its tercentenary in the presence of Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch.
Lindsey County Council, based in Lincoln, proposed to close the grammar school as it decided there were not enough numbers for three grammar schools in the area. On 18 February 1960 fifty-two boys and girls at the schools walked the twenty six miles to Lincoln. They gave a petition to the Council’s Chairman, Sir Weston Cracroft Amcotts. Following national press coverage the school was saved from closure.
In 2008, The Times journalist Robert Crampton used his Beta Male column to ask for invitations to give speeches, to improve his public speaking skills. He received 400 invitations, but only accepted a handful, including Caistor Grammar School. He visited the school to give the speech in 2009, subsequently reporting on the experience in his newspaper.
In 2013 the chairwoman of UK Sport, Baroness Campbell, opened a new building commemorating the five students from the school who took part in the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay.
The former deputy editor of The Daily Telegraph and current Daily Mail columnist Simon Heffer visited the school in 2014 in recognition of the school newspaper, Caistor Focus, winning The Best School Newspaper category at the Shine Media Awards for two consecutive years.
The school occupies a site close to the centre of the small market town of Caistor. School buildings help to form two sides of a close around the ancient parish church. The ironstone school hall dates from 1631, and is still in daily use. The school library alongside is housed in what was the Congregational Church, built in 1842. Casterby House, once a large private house, later one of three boarding houses, and now the Sixth Form Centre, overlooks the churchyard from the south side of the school gates.
The main teaching block dates from the 1930s, but was extended and modernised in 1984. This building also contains classics and geography rooms. The Manning Building, replacing several prefabricated buildings, was opened in 1984 and provides teaching rooms for PE, modern languages and history, and contains a large gymnasium. It has recently been enlarged to provide extra classrooms and a state-of-the-art fitness suite, and allows the housing of the on-site sports facilities. Two new technology buildings were added in 1993 and 1994. These contain two rooms for design and technology, two specialist rooms for information and communication technology, and a sixth science laboratory.
At the bottom of the Terraces, Lindsey House, once a purpose-built boarding house, now includes a suite of English and mathematics rooms. The music department has been redecorated and occupies a suite of rooms on the ground floor and the art department uses creatively re-modelled accommodation on the ground and first floors. Lindsey House also contains the dining room which all pupils use at lunchtime. A lower entrance to the school serves Lindsey House. Next to the gates stands Beech House, traditionally the residence of the headmaster, where the site manager now lives. This extensive and ambitious re-development of Lindsey House was officially opened by Lord Puttnam of Queensgate in November 2001.
The third boarding house and Sixth Form Centre, Grove House, was at the top of the Terraces and was demolished because of structural problems. At one time a swimming pool occupied a building between Beech House and the Terraces, until rising operating and maintenance costs forced its removal. This was developed into the new hall, which is used for sports and examinations.
The school previously owned several other building in Caistor, including the „Red House“ next to Bank Lane, which were used as accommodation when boarders were at the school. These have now however been sold off by the school.
In 2010, as part of the Government Building Schools for the Future scheme, Caistor Grammar School secured funding to build an extension to Lindsey House, to provide further renovated music facilities, another small ICT facility and a room for food technology, something that is new to the CGS curriculum. The funding was secured only days before the scheme was scrapped by the Educational Secretary Michael Gove. The facilities were completed by the following Christmas, and were officially opened by celebrity chef Rachel Green on 24 May 2011.
During the year of 2013 work is going underway to build a new science building named ‚Olympic Torch‘ (after the school being well linked with the London 2012 Olympics – five pupils carried the Olympic Torch and one lit the Olympic Cauldron) this building will have physics labs to help the school.
Caistor Grammar School pupils work a 43-period week over five days. One period is equal to 35 minutes. There are five periods used for lessons before lunch on Mondays and Fridays, on which there is a school assembly in the gym (although on Fridays the church is sometimes used, and once a month house meetings take place on Fridays), and five on the rest. In the afternoon, there are four lesson periods every day, for a total of nine periods in a day. The school day runs from morning registration at 8.50am, until the end of lessons at 3.45pm.
Pupils are taught a variety of traditional subjects and modern languages remain compulsory to GCSE level. Caistor Grammar School does not offer vocational qualifications, only traditional GCSE, AS Level and A2 qualifications.
As a selective school, Caistor Grammar School requires prospective pupils to pass the Eleven plus examination. The current exam is set by the school. The first exam is a verbal reasoning paper and the second is multiple choice. The exams are held at the school approximately two weeks apart, and the results are issued up to a month after the last exam. In the event that more candidates pass the exam than there are places available, places are offered first to pupils from within the school’s catchment area, which is defined as „6.5 miles in a straight line from the Head Master’s Office to the applicant’s residence“.
Candidates from outside the catchment area are awarded places depending on their score in the examinations. Candidates that pass but cannot be offered a place are organised onto a waiting list. The exams can be retaken at year 9, but there is no guarantee that the child will get a place, and the only guarantee is that the child is moved to a higher position on the waiting list.
All pupils belong to one of three houses which are named after the school’s founder, Francis Rawlinson; the school patron, Edward Ayscough; and the school benefactor, William Hansard. Pupils represent their house in a wide range of interhouse competitions throughout the school. These include the annual sports day, house music and house drama events. Merits awarded also count for a pupil’s house, with the house cup being awarded each year to the house with the most.
Sixth form pupils take over most of the running of each house. Every year lower sixth pupils run for the positions of house captains, sports captains or performing arts captains (each with a male and female role).
Each house also has a representing colour:
Hansard is yellow
Ayscough is blue
Rawlinson is green
All pupils below the sixth form are required to wear school uniform. For boys, this is a black blazer with badge, a red and black striped school tie, white shirt, grey trousers, dark grey socks and black shoes. A grey pullover is optional. Girls wear a blazer, optional black pullover, a grey and white striped school blouse, a grey box-pleated skirt and white socks or black opaque tights. Black trousers of the approved pattern are allowed as an alternative to skirts for girls. Pupils in the sixth form are not required to wear uniform but are asked to wear ‚office wear‘ however this was recently under review because of the guidelines not being concise.
On 22 November 2006, the school was included in the top category by Ofsted, the only Lincolnshire school to be listed. Ofsted inspected the school in 2008, and in its report

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Chūgū-ji

Chūgū-ji (中宮寺?) is a temple in Nara Prefecture, Japan, that was founded as a nunnery in the seventh century by Shōtoku Taishi. Located immediately to the northeast of Hōryū-ji, its statue of Miroku and Tenjukoku mandala are National Treasures.

Chūgūji was once the palace of Hashihito, mother of Shōtoku Taishi. After her death it was converted into a temple. Originally standing three hundred metres to the east, it was moved to its present location in the Muromachi period. Chūgū-ji is one of three nunneries in Yamato whose chief priestesses were imperial princesses. The site of Chūgū-ji has been designated a Historic Site, and the Edo period Omotegomon has been registered as a cultural property.
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Andrew Nairne (born 10 February 1960), is Director of Kettle’s Yard, an arts centre in Cambridge, England.

Born in Guildford 2016 Puma fotbollsskor på nätet, Nairne graduated with an art history MA from the University of St Andrews in 1983. He was the Visual Arts Director at the Scottish Arts Council and for eight years he was the Exhibitions Director at the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow. He has also had a position at the Ikon Gallery in Birmingham and was Director of Dundee Contemporary Arts. His current role is director of Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge
Andrew Nairne is the former Director of Modern Art Oxford, a contemporary art gallery in Oxford. He joined in 2001, when he renamed the gallery from the Museum of Modern Art, Oxford. Nairne coordinated enhancements to the museum building, and gave MOMA’s substantial library of art books and catalogues to Oxford Brookes University. He shifted the focus to exhibitions of contemporary artists, who have included Tracey Emin and Stella Vine.
From 1998 to 2003, Nairne was a Board Member of the Pier Arts Centre in Stromness, Orkney 2016 Puma fotbollsskor på nätet. He was formerly Chair of the Visual Arts and Galleries Association (VAGA) 2016 billig Adidas fotboll jacka utlopp. He was also Visiting Fellow at Nuffield College, Oxford.
Nairne was formerly Executive Director of Arts Strategy at the Arts Council England.
Nairne is the son of the former senior British civil servant Sir Patrick Nairne. One of six children, his twin brother James is Director of Art at Cranleigh School in Surrey. His elder brother 2016 Puma fotbollsskor på nätet, Sandy Nairne, was the Director of the National Portrait Gallery in London.
He lives in North London with his wife and two children (MJ and Pid).

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