Qurum

For the settlement in the UAE, see Qurm.
See also: Shati Al-Qurm

Qurum

Suburb of Muscat

Qurum

Location in Oman

Coordinates: 23°36′0″N 58°31′0″E / 23.60000°N 58.51667°E / 23.60000; 58.51667Coordinates: 23°36′0″N 58°31′0″E / 23.60000°N 58.51667°E / 23.60000; 58.51667[1]

Country
Oman

Governorate
Muscat Governorate

Wilayat
Muttrah

Qurum (also written Qurm) is an upmarket suburb[2] of Muscat in Oman.[3]
Its main attraction is the Qurum Natural Park,the Qurum City Centre and the Qurum Beach.
Economy[edit]
The $600 million Muriya[4] and $129 million[3] Al Kuwair retail developments are located in Qurum.[2]
Qurum City Centre[edit]
Majid Al Futtaim opened Qurum City Centre (QCC) – located in the Qurum district of Muscat – in October 2008. QCC hosts 75 shops with a total GLA of 20,600 sq metres and parking for some 1200 cars. Both malls are anchored by Carrefour, the French hypermarket. Footfall at MCC in 2007 totaled 8m, up 5% over 2006, according to MCC’s marketing manager, Ahmed Hamdy. The property’s general manager, Ibrahim Al Qasmi, said that he was looking to increase footfall at the MCC to 10m in 2008.[5]
References[edit]

^ “Qurm Map”. Google Maps World Gazetteer. Maplandia. 2010. Retrieved 22 December 2010. 
^ a b Oxford Business Group (2010). The Report: Oman 2010. p. 206. ISBN 1-907065-13-X. 
^ a b Oxford Business Group (2007). The Report: Oman 2007. p. 114. ISBN 1-902339-62-2. 
^ “City Walk Muscat”. Muriya. 2010. Retrieved 22 December 2010. 
^ Oxford Business Group (2009). The Report: Oman 2009. p. 231. ISBN 1-902339-207. 

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The Sicilian Checkmate

The Sicilian Checkmate

Directed by
Florestano Vancini

Produced by
Dino De Laurentiis

Starring
Enrico Maria Salerno

Music by
Ennio Morricone

Cinematography
Antonio Secchi

Release date

1972

Language
Italian

The Sicilian Checkmate (Italian: La violenza: quinto potere) is a 1972 Italian crime-drama film directed by Florestano Vancini.[1][2][3]

Contents

1 Plot
2 Cast
3 See also
4 References
5 External links

Plot[edit]

This article needs a plot summary. Please add one in your own words. (June 2016)

Cast[edit]

Enrico Maria Salerno: Prosecutor
Gastone Moschin: Colonnesi, defense attorney
Riccardo Cucciolla: professor Salemi
Mario Adorf: Amedeo Barrese
Turi Ferro: Judge Nicola Altofascio
Mariangela Melato: Rosaria Licato
Julien Guiomar: Commissioner Golino
Georges Wilson: Crupi
Ciccio Ingrassia: Ferdinando Giacalone
Aldo Giuffrè: Giuseppe Salemi
Ferruccio De Ceresa: Senator
Michele Abruzzo: Zaccaria
Jeannie Elias: Secretary of Walter
Elio Zamuto: Verzi
Guido Celano

See also[edit]

List of Italian films of 1972

References[edit]

^ Giacomo Gambetti. Florestano Vancini. Gremese Editore, 2000. ISBN 8884400538. 
^ Paolo Micalizzi. Florestano Vancini: fra cinema e televisione. Longo Angelo, 2002. ISBN 8880633325. 
^ Roberto Chiti; Roberto Poppi; Enrico Lancia. Dizionario del cinema italiano: I film. Gremese, 1991. ISBN 8876059695. 

External links[edit]

The Sicilian Checkmate at the Internet Movie Database

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Eustis

Eustis may refer to:

Contents

1 People

1.1 Places

People[edit]

Abraham Eustis, American Army officer and lawyer
Charles Eustis Bohlen (1904–1974), American ambassador
Dorothy Harrison Eustis, dog breeder and philanthropist
George Eustis Jr. (1828–1872), United States Representative from Louisiana
James Biddle Eustis, United States Senator from Louisiana
William Eustis, (1753–1825), early American statesman
William Corcoran Eustis (1862–1921), American Army captain
William Henry Eustis (1845–1928), American mayor of Minneapolis

Places[edit]
In the United States:

Eustis, Florida
Eustis, Maine
Eustis, Nebraska
Fort Eustis, United States military base located in Newport News, Virginia
Lake Eustis, lake in Central Florida near the towns of Eustis and Tavares

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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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Nicola Sartori

Olympic medal record

Men’s rowing

2000 Sydney
Double sculls

Nicola Sartori (born 17 July 1976) is an Italian rower.
He won a bronze medal in the double sculls event at the 2000 Summer Olympics, together with teammate Giovanni Calabrese.
External links[edit]

Database Olympics

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Swimming at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships – Men’s 100 metre freestyle

Men’s 100 metre freestyle
at the 2007 FINA World Championships

Venue
Rod Laver Arena

Dates
28 March 2007 (heats, semifinals)
29 March 2007 (final)

Competitors
176

Winning time
48.43 seconds

Medalists

 
Brent Hayden
   Canada

 
Filippo Magnini
   Italy

 
Eamon Sullivan
   Australia

← 2005
2009 →

2007 FINA
World Championships
Melbourne, Australia

Diving

Individual

1 m
men
women

3 m
men
women

10 m
men
women

Synchronised

3 m
men
women

10 m
men
women

Open water swimming

5 km
men
women

10 km
men
women

25 km
men
women

Swimming

Freestyle

50 m
men
women

100 m
men
women

200 m
men
women

400 m
men
women

800 m
men
women

1500 m
men
women

Backstroke

50 m
men
women

100 m
men
women

200 m
men
women

Breaststroke

50 m
men
women

100 m
men
women

200 m
men
women

Butterfly

50 m
men
women

100 m
men
women

200 m
men
women

Individual medley

200 m
men
women

400 m
men
women

Freestyle relay

4×100 m
men
women

4×200 m
men
women

Medley relay

4×100 m
men
women

Synchronised swimming

Solo
Technical
Free

Duet
Technical
Free

Team
Technical
Free

Combination

Water polo

men (rosters)
women (rosters)

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Main article: Swimming at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships
The Men’s 100 metres Freestyle event was the 19th event contested on the 2007 World Aquatics Championship for Swimming.
The 22 heats began at 10:21, on 28 March 2007, at the Rod Laver Arena, in Melbourne Park.[1]
The semifinals started on the evening of the same day at 19:00.[2]
The final started at 19:42 on the following day, 29 March.[3]

Records[edit]

World record
47.84
 Pieter van den Hoogenband (NED)
Sydney, Australia
19 September 2000

Championship record
48.12
 Filippo Magnini (ITA)
Montreal, Canada
28 July 2005

Results[edit]
Heats[edit]

Rank
Heat
Lane
Name
Nationality
50m
Time
Q

1
21
5
Jason Lezak
 USA
23.22
00:49.02
Q

2
22
3
Filippo Magnini
 Italy
24.07
00:49.05
Q

3
21
3
Pieter van den Hoogenband
 Netherlands
23.74
00:49.06
Q

4
22
7
Alain Bernard
 France
23.12
00:49.08
Q

5
20
4
Brent Hayden
 Canada
23.78
00:49.13
Q

5
21
4
Simon Burnett
 Great Britain
23.57
00:49.13
Q

7
22
6
Eamon Sullivan
 Australia
23.30
00:49.20
Q

8
20
1
Ryk Neethling
 South Africa
23.52
00:49.24
Q

9
22
5
César Cielo
 Brazil
23.73
00:49.28
Q
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Benedict Jablonski

Benedict P. Jablonski, aka Ben Jason(c. 1917 – May 15, 2003) was a longtime science fiction fan and booster who co-designed the Hugo Award[1] based on a rocket-shaped hood ornament from an Oldsmobile 88. He was also chairman of the 1966 World Science Fiction Convention in Cleveland, Ohio at which Gene Roddenberry previewed the two-hour pilot of his new series, “Star Trek”, for science fiction fans.
He died May 15, 2003 in Ohio at the age of 86.
References[edit]

^ Ben Jason (–2003) Archived August 8, 2014, at the Wayback Machine., at SFWA.org; published May 20, 2003; retrieved July 31, 2014

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2009 Canberra United W-League season

Canberra United FC

2009 season

Chairman
Kate Lundy

Manager
Ray Junna

W-League
tbd

← 2008–09
2010 →

The 2009 season is Canberra United’s second season of football (soccer) in Australia competing in the W-League 2009 season.

Contents

1 Fixtures
2 Standings
3 Players

3.1 In
3.2 Out

4 Leading scorers
5 Squad statistics
6 References

Fixtures[edit]
The 2009 season will be played over 10 rounds, followed by a finals series.[1] Canberra opened the season with a grand final rematch against Queensland Roar. Just four players that started the grand final nine months earlier remained for Canberra, and were outplayed by a Roar team that retained much of their championship winning squad for the second season.

Round
Date
Opponent
H/A
Score
CU Scorers
Stadium
Crowd

1
3 October 2009
Brisbane Roar
A
L 0–3
A. Sykes  89′
Ballymore Stadium
1,174[2]

2
10 October 2009
Sydney FC
H
L 1–2
Brush  89′
Tseng Shu-o  39′
Lin Chiung-ying  54′
Belconnen Soccer Centre
953[3]

3
17 October 2009
Perth Glory
A
D 2–2

Clipsal Stadium

4
24 October 2009
Melbourne Victory
H
W 2–0

Belconnen Soccer Centre

5
31 October 2009
Central Coast Mariners
A
D 1–1

Canberra Stadium

6
7 November 2009
Brisbane Roar
H
L 1–2

Belconnen Soccer Centre

7
14 November 2009
Perth Glory
H
W 4–0

Belconnen Soccer Centre

8
22 November 2009
Newcastle Jets
A
W 3–1

EnergyAustralia Stadium

9
28 November 2009
Melbourne Victory
A
L 0–1

Bob Jane Stadium

10
5 December 2009
Adelaide United
H
W 3–0

Deakin Football Stadium

SF
12 December 2009
tbd
N


tbd

F
19 December 2009
tbd
N


tbd

In the Round 5 match, Central Coast are the nominated home team, with the W-League match to be played as a curtain raiser to a men’s A-League match.

Standings[edit]

Pos
Team

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Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification

1
Sydney FC (C)
10
7
2
1
25
10
+15
23
Qualification to Finals series

2
Central Coast Mariners
10
7
1
2
24
7
+17
22

3
Brisbane Roar
10
6
3
1
24
7
+17
21

4
Canberra United
10
4
2
4
17
12
+5
14

5
Melbourne Victory
10
4
2
4
9
10
−1
14

6
Perth Glory
10
4
1
5
11
22
−11
13

7
Adelaide United
10
0
3
7
7
31
−24
3

8
Newcastle Jets
10
0
2
8
7
25
−18
2

Updated to match(es) played on 5 December 2009. Source: au.soccerway.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion.

Players[edit]
Players confirmed for 2009 season
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List of first overall NBA draft picks

LeBron James, drafted out of high school, was one of the most anticipated first overall draft picks.[1]

The National Basketball Association’s first overall pick is the player who is selected first among all eligible draftees by a team during the annual National Basketball Association (NBA) Draft. The first pick is awarded to the team that wins the NBA Draft Lottery; in most cases, that team had a losing record in the previous season. The team with the first pick attracts significant media attention,[2] as does the player who is selected with that pick.
Eleven first picks have won the NBA Most Valuable Player Award: Oscar Robertson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (record six-time winner), Bill Walton, Magic Johnson (three-time winner), Hakeem Olajuwon, David Robinson, Shaquille O’Neal, Allen Iverson, Tim Duncan (two-time winner), LeBron James (four-time winner), and Derrick Rose (youngest winner).
Since the advent of the draft lottery in 1985, only seven number one overall picks have won an NBA title. They are David Robinson, Shaquille O’Neal, Glenn Robinson, Tim Duncan, LeBron James, Andrew Bogut, and Kyrie Irving.
China’s Yao Ming (2002) and Italy’s Andrea Bargnani (2006) are the only two players without competitive experience in the United States to be drafted first overall. Ten other international players with U.S. college experience have been drafted first overall—Mychal Thompson (Bahamas) in 1978, Hakeem Olajuwon (Nigeria) in 1984, Patrick Ewing (Jamaica) in 1985, Tim Duncan (U.S. Virgin Islands) in 1997, Michael Olowokandi (Nigeria) in 1998, Andrew Bogut (Australia) in 2005, Kyrie Irving (Australia) in 2011, Anthony Bennett (Canada) in 2013, Andrew Wiggins (Canada) in 2014, Karl-Anthony Towns (Dominican Republic) in 2015, and Ben Simmons (Australia) in 2016. Duncan is an American citizen, but is considered an “international” player by the NBA because he was not born in one of the fifty states or the District of Columbia.[3]
Note that the drafts between 1947 and 1949 were held by the Basketball Association of America (BAA). The Basketball Association of America became the National Basketball Association after absorbing teams from the National Basketball League in the fall of 1949. Official NBA publications include the BAA Drafts as part of the NBA’s draft history.

Contents

1 Key
2 List of first overall picks
3 See also
4 Notes
5 References

Key[edit]

^
Denotes players who have been selected to the All-Star Game or All-NBA Team

^*
Denotes Hall
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Kinsenda Mine

Kinsenda Mine

Location

Kinsenda Mine

Location in the Congo

Province
Katanga

Country
DR Congo

Coordinates
12°11′51″S 27°47′52″E / 12.1975°S 27.797778°E / -12.1975; 27.797778Coordinates: 12°11′51″S 27°47′52″E / 12.1975°S 27.797778°E / -12.1975; 27.797778

Production

Products
Copper

Silver

Production
Copper: 400 tonnes/month

Silver: 35,000 ounces/month

Financial year
2010

History

Opened
2002

Owner

Company
Metorex

Website
Mawson West website

Year of acquisition
2010

The Kinsenda Mine is a copper mine that is being opened in Katanga Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is located near the Zambian border town of Kasumbalesa. The mining company Metorex, based in Johannesburg, South Africa, is developing the property. Infrastructure design is based on mining of 40,000 tons of ore per month. There is a significant risk from groundwater inflow.[1]
Construction of the ore processing plant started in July 2006, with planned capacity to produce 54,000 tonnes per month of 45% copper concentrate. By June 2008 the mine had been dewatered and work had started on re-establishing the surface and mine infrastructure.[2]
References[edit]

^ “Kinsenda Project”. Metorex. Retrieved 2011-11-05. 
^ “Kinsenda Project”. Infomine. Retrieved 2011-11-05. 

Further reading[edit]

“Kinsenda, one of the richest mines” (PDF). International Mining. February 2007. Retrieved 2011-11-17. 

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Montauk Monster

Coordinates: 41°02′21″N 71°55′07″W / 41.039132°N 71.918714°W / 41.039132; -71.918714

This photograph of the creature’s carcass appeared in July 2008, quickly circulating through local papers and the Internet.

The “Montauk Monster” was an animal carcass, thought to be a raccoon,[1][2] that washed ashore on a beach near the business district of Montauk, New York in July 2008.[3][4] The identity of the creature and the veracity of stories surrounding it have been the subject of controversy and speculation. It is not known what happened to the carcass; it was said to have mysteriously disappeared.

Contents

1 History
2 Identifications
3 Similar cases
4 See also
5 References

History[edit]
The story began on July 23, 2008 with an article in a local newspaper, The Independent. Jenna Hewitt, 26, of Montauk, and three friends said they found the creature on July 12 at the Ditch Plains beach, two miles east of the district. The beach is a popular surfing spot at Rheinstein Estate Park owned by the town of East Hampton. Jenna Hewitt was quoted:

“We were looking for a place to sit when we saw some people looking at something… We didn’t know what it was… We joked that maybe it was something from Plum Island.”[5]

Her color photograph of the creature ran in black and white under the headline, “The Hound of Bonacville” (a take-off on the name Bonackers, which refers to the natives of East Hampton, and The Hound of the Baskervilles which is a book in the Sherlock Holmes series by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle). The light-hearted article speculated that the creature might be a turtle or some mutant experiment from the Plum Island Animal Disease Center before noting that Larry Penny, the East Hampton Natural Resources Director, had concluded it was a raccoon with its upper jaw missing. There were rumors that the carcass had been taken away from the site.[6] A local newspaper quoted an anonymous resident who claimed that the animal was only the size of a cat, and that it had decomposed to a skeleton by the time of the press coverage. She would not identify its location for inspection.[7] Hewitt claimed that “a guy took it and put it in the woods in his backyard”, but would not say who or where.[5] Her father denied that his daughter was keeping the body’s location a secret.[7]
Hewitt and her friends were interviewed on Plum-TV, a local public-access television show.[8] Alanna Navitski, an employee of Evolutionary Media Group in Los Angeles, Ca
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