Look Back

“Look Back”

Single by Tone Damli

from the album Looking Back

Released
29 January 2012

Format
Digital download

Recorded
2011

Genre
Pop

Length
3:59

Label
Eccentric Music

Tone Damli singles chronology

“Stuck In My Head”
(2010)
“Look Back”
(2012)
“Imagine”
(2012)

“Look Back” is a song by Norwegian singer Tone Damli from her fifth studio album Looking Back (2012). It was released in Norway on 27 April 2012. The song has peaked to number 8 on the Norwegian Singles Chart.

Contents

1 Music video
2 Track listing
3 Chart performance
4 References

Music video[edit]
A music video to accompany the release of “Look Back” was first released onto YouTube on 29 January 2012 at a total length of four minutes and eleven seconds.[1]
Track listing[edit]

Album version

No.
Title
Length

1.
“Look Back”  
3:59

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2012)
Peak
position

Norway (VG-lista)[2]
8

References[edit]

^ Tone Damli – Look Back (OFFICIAL VIDEO). YouTube
^ “Norwegiancharts.com – Tone Damli – Look Back”. VG-lista.

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Tone Damli

Studio albums

Bliss (2005)
Sweet Fever (2007)
I Know (2009)
Cocool (2010)
Looking Back (2012)

Singles

“The Bliss Song”
“Somewhere Soft to Land”
“Fever”
“Young and Foolish”
“Butterflies”
“I Know”
“I Love You”
“Crazy Cool”
“Stuck In My Head”
“Look Back”
“Imagine” with Eric Saade
“Hello Goodbye” with Erik Segerstedt
“Winner of a losing game”

Television

Dancing with the Stars
Melodi Grand Prix 2009
Melodifestivalen 2013

Movies

Over the Hedge

Related articles

Eric Saade

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He Is We

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He Is We

Origin
Tacoma, Washington

Genres
Indie pop

Years active
2008–2014, 2016 – Present

Labels

Universal Motown
Republic

Members

Rachel Taylor
Trevor Kelly

Past members

Stevie Scott (tour only)

He Is We is an indie pop band from Tacoma, Washington.[1]

Contents

1 Background
2 Band members
3 Discography
4 References
5 External links

Background[edit]

“Trevor and I would see these local bands with these cocky auras about them. They didn’t want to communicate with fans or acknowledge them in any way. He Is We gets its meaning from us wanting to be like everyone else. We are so blessed and want to stand with the crowd and make someone go, ‘Dude, she was standing right next to me earlier, and now she’s on stage.'”[2]

Rachel Taylor
Trevor and Rachel met while working at Ted Brown Music Company, a music store in their hometown of Tacoma, Washington.[3] He Is We initially relied on social networking, using websites such as Myspace and Facebook.[4] In 2009, they were named PureVolume’s number one unsigned band of the year.[5] This online presence and the release of an album of old demos in February 2010 led to their signing with Universal Motown Records. Prior to the release of My Forever, He Is We toured with The Rocket Summer.[6] Their debut album My Forever hit number 6 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Album Charts.[7] On their website, He Is We says that the start of the band came from “the idea that someone who you pass everyday can influence the rest of your life…and you would never know.”[8] In 2013, their song “All About Us”, with Aaron Gillespie was included on The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones sou
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Yidcore

Yidcore

Origin
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Genres
Jewish rock, punk rock, comedy rock

Years active
1998–2009, 2011

Labels
Rubber Records

Website
www.yidcore.com

Members
Bram Presser
Myki Slonim
Dave Jesudason
Rory Kelaart

Yidcore[a] were an Australian Jewish punk rock band from Melbourne, formed in 1998. Known primarily for playing punk covers of Jewish and Israeli songs, the band started writing more of its own material in later albums.
The band’s logo was a variation of the Ramones logo (which, in its turn, is based on the Seal of the President of the United States), with the names of the band members in Hebrew. The eagle is replaced by a chicken with a menora above its head, the apple tree branch replaced by a shofar, the arrows replaced by the Magen David and the writing “Oy Vey, Let’s Eat” instead of “Hey Ho, Let’s Go”. The logo can be seen on the album cover of Yidcore’s compilation Rocket to Rechovoth. The band’s mascot is a rubber chicken called Scrambles, which was usually taped to lead singer Bram Presser’s microphone on concerts. The chicken has since fallen apart, which was the reason for Yidcore’s breakup.

Contents

1 History
2 Discography

2.1 Studio albums
2.2 EPs/Splits
2.3 Compilations
2.4 DVDs

3 Notes
4 References
5 External links

History[edit]
Yidcore’s first self-titled album was released in 2000.
In 2002, the band released the Great Chicken Soup Caper EP, which contained a song, “Why Won’t Adam Sandler Let Us Do His Song?”, in which Presser laments about Adam Sandler not giving him permission to cover The Chanukah Song.
In 2003 the band arrived in Israel for its first tour of the country, and released the live/rare tracks album Scrambles: New, Live, Rare and Classic Shtick to celebrate the tour. New, Live, Rare and Classic Shtick included a version of Skrewdriver’s “White Power” titled “(Song Formerly Known As) White Power with anti-racist and anti-White lyrics.
In 2004, when Yidcore returned to Australia, they put out the Adam Slander EP, in which they cover the Chanukah Song as “The Punk Rock Chanukah Song”.
In 2005 the band released a double album, titled Eighth Day Slice/Fiddlin on Ya Roof, via Rubber Records. The band again arrived in Israel for a second tour, and this time released the compilation Rocket to Rechovoth to celebrate the event, in reference to Ramones album Rocket to Russia, using the Israeli city of Rechovot.
The band’s third and final album, titled They Tried to Kill Us. They Failed
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Franco Uncini

Franco Uncini

Franco Uncini

Nationality
Italian

Motorcycle racing career statistics

Grand Prix motorcycle racing

Active years
1976 – 1985

First race
1976 350cc Nations Grand Prix

Last race
1985 500cc San Marino Grand Prix

First win
1977 250cc Nations Grand Prix

Last win
1982 500cc British Grand Prix

Team(s)
Suzuki

Championships
500cc – 1982

Starts
Wins
Podiums
Poles
F. laps
Points

79
7
21
3
3
446

Franco Uncini (born 9 March 1955) is an Italian former Grand Prix motorcycle road racing World Champion.
Career[edit]
Uncini was born at Recanati, province of Macerata. He made his debut as professional motorcycle road racer in the 750cc class with Laverda, moving later to Ducati, with whom he earned various titles as Italian champion.[1] His first year in the Grand Prix World Championship was with Yamaha in 1976, in both the 250cc and the 350cc classes. The following year he continued to race in both classes, this time with the Harley-Davidson team, winning two Grands Prix in 250cc (Grand Prix of Nations and Czechoslovakia) and finishing second in championship behind Mario Lega. However, his quarrelsome relationship with teammate Walter Villa forced him to move back to Yamaha.[1]
After some disappointing years with a privateer Yamaha team, in 1979 he bought a Suzuki and launched a private team of his own in the 500cc class. He was the top-ranking privateer both in 1979 and 1980, with 5th- and 4th-place finishes. Accidents hindered his 1981 season, but after Marco Lucchinelli left Suzuki to join Honda, Suzuki offered Uncini an official factory-sponsored race bike run by Roberto Gallina’s team. Finally, with a competitive vehicle, Uncini won the World Championship in 1982, scoring five victories (GPs of Austria, Netherlands, Yugoslavia, Great Britain and GP of Nations). He was the last Italian rider to win the 500cc crown until Valentino Rossi won in 2001.
In 1983, he was severely injured at TT-Assen (The Netherlands), when he fell off his bike and was struck in the head by competitor Wayne Gardner’s bike.[1][2] He went into a coma, but eventually recovered. He retired from motorcycle competition after the 1985 season.[1]
Today, Uncini acts as Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme Safety Officer in MotoGP.[1]
Grand Prix motorcycle racing results [3][edit]
Points system from 1969 to 1988:

Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Points
15
12
10
8
6
5
4
3
2
1

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics in
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Sofia River

The Sofia is a river of northwestern Madagascar. It flows through the Sofia Region. The source is at the Tsaratanana Massif at an altitude of 1784 metres.[1] It has a length of 350 kilometres (220 mi).[1]
References[edit]

^ a b Hughes, Ralph H.; Hughes, Jane S. (1992). Iucn Directory of African Wetlands. IUCN. p. 801. ISBN 978-2-88032-949-5. Retrieved 8 January 2013. 

Coordinates: 15°25′48″S 47°10′48″E / 15.43000°S 47.18000°E / -15.43000; 47.18000

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Rivers

Acookoto
Bemarivo
Betsiboka
Ihosy
Ikopa
Ivondro
Mahajamba
Mahavavy
Manambolo
Mananara
Mananjary
Mandrare
Mangoky
Mangoro
Mania
Maningory
Onilahy
Onive
Sambirano
Sofia
Tahititnaloke

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Self-Taught Learner

For a person who has undergone self-directed learning, see Autodidacticism.

Self-Taught Learner

EP by Lissy Trullie

Released
February 17, 2009 (U.S.)
June 29, 2009 (UK)

Genre
Indie

Length
24:28

Label
American Myth (U.S.)
Wichita (UK)

Professional ratings

Review scores

Source
Rating

Altsounds.com
[1]

Blender
[2]

Houston Press
(?)[3]

Rolling Stone
[4]

Self-Taught Learner is the debut EP from American Indie singer-songwriter Lissy Trullie, released on February 17, 2009. It was released on June 29, 2009 in the UK.[5] The EP was recorded in New York City with members of Trullie’s live band.[6]
The EP was re-released by Downtown Records in October 2009, including the new songs “Don’t To Do”, “You Bleed You”, “Hold Your Head”, and a cover version of “Just a Friend”, by Biz Markie, recorded with Adam Green.[7]
“Ready for the Floor” is a cover of the 2008 song by English alternative dance group Hot Chip.
Track listing[edit]

“Boy Boy” (Lissy Trullie) – 3:36
“She Said” (Eben D’Amico, Trullie)– 3:59
“Self Taught Learner” (Trullie) – 4:13
“Money” (Trullie) – 3:57
“Forget About It” (Trullie) – 3:12
“Ready for the Floor” (Hot Chip) – 4:02

References[edit]

^ Altsounds.com review
^ Blender review
^ Houston Press review
^ Rolling Stone review
^ “Lissy Trullie set for new EP and UK dates”. April 30, 2009. NME. Retrieved on June 6, 2009
^ Shteamer, Hank (February 5, 2009). “Buzz kill”. Time Out New York. Retrieved on August 25, 2009.
^ “Lissy Trullie to release expanded EP”. August 13, 2009. NME. Retrieved on August 14, 2009

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German submarine U-123 (1940)

For other ships with the same name, see German submarine U-123.

U-123 at Lorient in February 1942

History

Nazi Germany

Name:
U-123

Ordered:
15 December 1937

Builder:
DeSchiMAG AG Weser, Bremen

Yard number:
955

Laid down:
15 April 1939

Launched:
2 March 1940

Commissioned:
30 May 1940

Decommissioned:
17 June 1944

Fate:
Scuttled at Lorient, France in August 1944

France

Name:
Blaison

Acquired:
1945

Decommissioned:
18 August 1959

General characteristics

Class and type:
German Type IXB submarine

Displacement:

1,051 tonnes (1,034 long tons) surfaced
1,178 tonnes (1,159 long tons) submerged

Length:

76.50 m (251 ft) o/a
58.75 m (192 ft 9 in) pressure hull

Beam:

6.76 m (22 ft 2 in) o/a
4.40 m (14 ft 5 in) pressure hull

Draught:
4.70 m (15 ft 5 in)

Installed power:

4,400 PS (3,200 kW; 4,300 bhp) (diesels)
1,000 PS (740 kW; 990 shp) (electric)

Propulsion:

2 shafts
2 × diesel engines
2 × electric motors double-acting electric motors, 1,000 PS (990 shp; 740 kW)

Range:

12,000 nmi (22,000 km; 14,000 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) surfaced
64 nmi (119 km; 74 mi)at 4 knots (7.4 km/h; 4.6 mph) submerged

Test depth:
230 m (750 ft)

Complement:
4 officers, 44 enlisted

Armament:

6 × torpedo tubes (4 bow, 2 stern)
22 × 53.3 cm (21 in) torpedoes
1 × 10.5 cm (4.1 in) deck gun (180 rounds)
1 × 3.7 cm (1.5 in) AA gun
1 × twin 2 cm FlaK 30 AA guns

Service record

Part of:

Kriegsmarine:
2nd U-boat Flotilla (Training)
2nd U-boat Flotilla (Front or operational boat)
2nd U-boat Flotilla (Operational training boat)

Identification codes:
M 08 800

Commanders:

Kptlt. Karl-Heinz Moehle
Kptlt. Reinhard Hardegen
Oblt.z.S. Horst von Schroeter

Operations:

12 patrols
1st patrol:
21 September – 23 October 1940
2nd patrol:
14–28 November 1940
3rd patrol:
14 January – 28 February 1941
4th patrol:
10 April – 11 May 1941
5th patrol:
15 June – 23 August 1941
6th patrol:
14 October – 22 November 1941
7th patrol:
23 December 1941 – 9 February 1942
8th patrol:
2 March – 2 May 1942
9th patrol:
5 December 1942 – 6 February 1943
10th patrol:
13 March – 8 June 1943
11th patrol:
16 August 1943 – 7 November 1943
12th patrol:
9 January – 24 April 1944

Victories:

42 ships
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Gift card

The examples and perspective in this article deal primarily with the United States and do not represent a worldwide view of the subject. You may improve this article, discuss the issue on the talk page, or create a new article, as appropriate. (January 2013) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)

An assortment of gift cards, many from U.S. national retailers such as Best Buy, Target and Home Depot.

A gift card (also known as gift certificate in North America, or gift voucher or gift token in the UK[1]) is a prepaid stored-value money card usually issued by a retailer or bank to be used as an alternative to cash for purchases within a particular store or related businesses. Gift cards are also given out by retailers and marketers as part of a promotion strategy, to entice the recipient to come in or return to the store, and at times such cards are called cash cards. Gift cards are generally redeemable only for purchases at the relevant retail premises and cannot be cashed out, and in some situations may be subject to an expiry date or fees. Visa and MasterCard credit cards produce generic gift cards which need not be redeemed at particular stores, and which are widely used for cashback marketing strategies. A feature of these cards is that they are generally anonymous and are disposed of when the stored value on a card is exhausted.
From the purchasers point of view, a gift card is a gift, given in place of an object which the recipient may not need, when the giving of cash as a present may be regarded as socially inappropriate. In the United States, gift cards are highly popular, ranking in 2006 as the second-most given gift by consumers and the most-wanted gift by women, and the third-most wanted by males.[2] Gift cards have become increasingly popular as they relieve the donor of selecting a specific gift.[3] In 2012, nearly 50% of all US consumers claimed to have purchased a gift card as a present during the holiday season.[4] In Canada, $1.8 billion was spent on gift cards, and in the UK it is estimated to have reached St₤3 billion in 2009,[needs update] whereas in the United States about US$80 billion was paid for gift cards in 2006.[5][6] The recipient of a gift card can use it at his or her discretion within the restrictions set by the issuer.

Contents

1 History
2 Function and types

2.1 Mobile and virtual gift cards

3 Pitfalls
4 Redemption rate
5 Regulations

5.1 Canada
5.2 United States

6 See also
7 References
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Phalium areola

Phalium areola

Shell of Phalium areola

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Mollusca

Class:
Gastropoda

(unranked):
clade Caenogastropoda
clade Hypsogastropoda
clade Littorinimorpha

Superfamily:
Tonnoidea

Family:
Cassidae

Subfamily:
Cassinae

Genus:
Phalium

Species:
P. areola

Binomial name

Phalium areola
(Linnaeus, 1758)

Synonyms[1]

Cassis alea Röding, P.F., 1798
Cassis areola (Linnaeus, 1758)
Phalium agnitum Iredale, T., 1927
Phalium areolata Schumacher, H.C.F., 1817
Phalium clathratum Link, H.F., 1807
Phalium extinctum Link, H.F., 1807
Phalium sulcatum Link, H.F., 1807

Phalium areola, common name the checkerboard bonnet, is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusc in the subfamily Cassinae, within the family Cassidae the helmet and bonnet shells. It is also known as the checkerboard bonnet shell.[1]

An apertural view of a shell of Phalium areola

Distribution[edit]
This species occurs in the Indian Ocean along Madagascar, the Mascarene Basin, Tanzania and off the southern African coast from KwaZulu-Natal and Mozambique.[2] It can also be found in Melanesia and along Samoa. [3][4]
Description[edit]
The size of an adult shell varies between 35 mm and 130 mm. [3] These medium sized shells are oval and acuminate, with a rather narrow mouth, the outer lip folded back and internally denticulate. Shoulder are not angulate nor plicate and the anterior prickles on outer lip obsolete. The surface of the shell is white with five series of large squarish red-brown spots (hence the common name). Later whorls show spiral striae anteriorly on whorls and above shoulders. [5][6]

References[edit]

^ a b Gofas, S. (2011). Phalium areola (Linnaeus, 1758). Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=217009 on 2011-06-22
^ Steyn, D.G. & Lussi, M. 2005. Offshore Shells of Southern Africa ISBN 0-620-33607-2
^ a b Gastropods.com : Phalium areola
^ Sealife Base
^ Annals of the South African Museum Vol. XLVIII (1963-1974) page 11
^ Iredale, T., 1927. A review of Australian helmet shells (family Cassididae- phylum Mollusca). Records of the Australian Museum 15(5): 321–354

Arianna Fulvo and Roberto Nistri (2005). 350 coquillages du monde entier. Delachaux et Niestlé (Paris) : 256 p. (ISBN 2-603-01374-2)

Taxon identifiers

EoL: 4851085
GBIF: 4613541
Fossilworks: 61697
WoRMS: 217009

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Si̇lopi̇ Cudi̇spor

Full name
Si̇lopi̇ Cudi̇spor

Ground
Si̇lopi̇ İlçe, Şirnak

Ground Capacity
1000

League
Bölgesel Amatör Lig

Si̇lopi̇ Cudi̇spor is a Turkish sports club based in Şirnak near Diyarbakır, mainly concentrated on football.[1]
Sidespor[clarification needed] is currently playing in the Turkish Regional Amateur League.[1]

Contents

1 Stadium
2 League participations
3 References
4 External links

Stadium[edit]
As of the 2016–2017 season[update], the team plays at the 1000-person capacity Si̇lopi̇ İlçe stadium.[1]
League participations[edit]

TFF Second League: 2002–2003
TFF Third League: 1998–2002, 2003–?
Turkish Amateur Football Leagues
Turkish Regional Amateur League: 2016–2017[1]

References[edit]

^ a b c d “SİLOPİ CUDİSPOR – Club Details”. tff.org. Turkish Football Federation. Retrieved 2017-01-11. 

External links[edit]

TFF (Turkish)

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