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Webkinz are stuffed animals that have a playable online counterpart, www.webkinz.com, in "Webkinz World." Webkinz were originally released by the Canadian toy company Ganz on April 29, 2005. The toys are enjoyed by a wide variety of age groups and are similar to many other small plush toys; however, each Webkinz toy has an attached tag with a unique "Secret Code" printed on it that allows you to play with your pet in the "Webkinz World" website. On Webkinz World, the Secret Code allows the user to own a virtual version of the pet for online play. Lil' Kinz are smaller, less expensive versions of Webkinz, while the Signature collection is larger, higher-quality, and slightly more expensive. Sales of plush Webkinz toys are limited to the United States and Canada, but international users can buy virtual pets from the online eStore. In 2006, Webkinz had one million online accounts, and according to one estimate published in Wired they made $100 million in 2006. In 2011, Webkinz made its first commercial on TV. Webkinz was updated in 2015 to Webkinz X, making it more kid-friendly.
The Sobaipuri were one of many indigenous groups occupying Sonora and what is now Arizona at the time Europeans first entered the American Southwest. They were a Piman or O'odham group who occupied southern Arizona and northern Sonora (the Pimería Alta) in the 15th-19th centuries. They were a subgroup of the O'odham or Pima, surviving members of which include the residents of San Xavier del Bac which is now part of the Tohono O'odham Nation and the Akimel O'odham. Debate sometimes still arises as to whether the Sobaipuri and other O'odham groups are related to the prehistoric Hohokam who occupied a portion of the same geographic area and were present until about the 15th century. This question is sometimes phrased as the "Hohokam-Pima" or "Salado-Pima continuum", a phraseology that questions whether there is a connection between the prehistoric Hohokam and the first historic groups cited in the area. A key piece of the puzzle has recently been found when it was discovered that there was Sobaipuri (O'odham) present in the late prehistoric period (Seymour 2007a, 2011a, 2011b, 2014). Chronometric dates from multiple sites on the San Pedro and Santa Cruz rivers have produced evidence of Sobaipuri occupation in the 14th century (Seymour 2007, 2008, 2011a, 2011b; www.sobaipuri.com) and some even earlier, perhaps as early as the 13th century. The position is no longer defensible that no one was present after 1400 CE and that there was a substantial population decline in the prehistoric period (Seymour 2007c,d, 2011a, 2011b). Traditional stories help confirm the idea that there was likely a clash between the newly arriving O'odham, including the Sobaipuri-O'odham and the extant groups including the Hohokam and Western Puebloan groups. The issue of a continuum is implausible because archaeological and oral histories demonstrate that the local residents intermixed with and became O'odham.
.ch is the country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Switzerland in the Domain Name System of the Internet. Made available in 1987, only two years after .com, it is administered by SWITCH Information Technology Services.The domain ch, as with other ccTLDs, is based on the ISO 3166-2 code for Switzerland derived from Confoederatio Helvetica (Helvetic Confederation), the Latin name for the country, which was used because of its neutrality with regard to the four official languages of Switzerland. Second-level domain names must be at least three letters long. Two-letter subdomain names are restricted to the Swiss cantons, as well as the domain ch.ch of the Federal Chancellery of Switzerland. The only exception has been the former domain of the Expo.02 which was held in Switzerland, www.expo.02.ch.Registrations of internationalized domain names have been accepted since March 2004.
Gopalnagar is a village in Singur CD Block in Hooghly district in the Indian state of West Bengal. Website : www.gopalnagar.info
https://www.coalitionmusic.com/record-label Andee (born Andrée-Anne Leclerc on November 1, 1990) is a Canadian singer-songwriter from Saint-Jean-Chrysostome, Quebec. She rose to fame as a finalist on the Quebecois singing competition Star Académie before pursuing a solo career in English and signing with Universal Music Canada in 2014. Her debut single, "Never Gone", was released May 19, 2014 and entered the Canadian Hot 100 at No. 94. Her debut studio album, Black and White Heart was released on May 26, 2015. Andee’s latest EP, One, was released on November 15, 2019, under independent label Coalition Music Records. Her next EP is set to be released in Spring 2020.
Ranginui is also the highest peak in the Rangitoto Range (see map http://www.nztopomaps.com/25961/Ranginui/Waikato).
Polemi (Greek: Πολέμι) is a village in the Paphos District of Cyprus. The village is located within the rolling landscape of the Paphos hills at an altitude of 463 metres (1,519 ft) above sea level. It receives an average annual rainfall of about 637 millimeters. Polemi lies 4 km north of Letymvou and 3 km east of Stroumbi, off the main B7 Paphos to Polis (Polis Chrysochous) road. The majority of the houses of Polemi stand on a plateau overlooking its associated farmland in the valleys on each side, where its boundaries meet those of neighbouring villages in the lower lying land. Polemi has a mild climate with temperatures generally cooler at all times than in the coastal areas of Paphos. The village stands at the point between several watersheds with valleys falling southwest towards Mavrokolympos, north towards Chrysochou Bay and also south east. Polemi has historically been a relatively large village by local standards and this has resulted in the amenities present there today. The village is home to a primary school Δημοτικό Σχολείο Πολεμίου (Demotiko Scholeiou Polemiou) with 84 students; and the local secondary school Γυμνάσιο και Λύκειο Πολεμίου (Gymnasio/ Lykeio Polemiou) serving Polemi and surrounding areas. There is also a bank, shops, restaurants and several cafes in the village. The foundation of Polemi and its naming is uncertain. There has most probably been a settlement of Greek speaking people here by this name since the Byzantine era. The name Polemi can be translated as meaning 'warriors' village'; with πόλεμος (polemos) meaning battle in Ancient Greek, πολέμιος (polemios) translating from modern Greek into English as 'adversary' or 'foe', and πολεμικό (polemiko) meaning 'war like'. Some locals believe the name of the village is rooted in the settlement of a division of former soldiers from the Byzantine army in the middle ages or previously. The village is laid out on a network of streets with a mix of older houses built from the local white limestone and newer constructions from the later 20th Century and 21st century. The village was traditionally made up of a series of related hamlets rather than one single village around a core, though it has progressively concentrated around the church of Παναγία Χρυσελεούσα Panagia Chryseleousa (the Virgin Mary of mercy). Another core of older dwellings can be seen close to the chapel of Prophitis Ilias (Prophet Elijah) at Matsima in the west of the plateau. There was another hamlet named Ayios Giorgios (Saint George) in the lower lands to the west of the village. A small chapel of the same name still stands in this area amongst olive groves and has been restored in recent years. Polemi has a long and rich history of association with the Greek Orthodox Church. As well as the main church and smaller chapels in Polemi, the Metochi Μετόχι stands at the northern edge of the village. This large stone building and enclosed courtyard was built as an outpost of the Kykkos Monastery, the pre-eminent monastic institution of Cyprus. Polemi's association with Kykkos, which is itself located high in the Troodos Mountains, was longstanding. Much of the farmland around the village was under the ownership of the monastery until the twentieth century. This historic ownership may have dated back to the rule of the Frankokratia, the Crusaders or Venetians when a feudal system was introduced on the island; or from the time of the Ottoman Empire in Cyprus when families were subject to onerous taxes and private property was sometimes transferred to recognised religious institutions. While some villages in the Paphos region were settled by Turkish speaking populations during the Ottoman period, Polemi was historically a village of Greek Cypriots. Today Polemi retains its predominantly Greek character but is home to a mix of nationalities with a number of British people living there as in other villages in the Paphos district. Polemi is one of the 'wine villages' of Paphos with extensive cultivation of vines in the fields around the village. The SODAP Kamanterena winery is located just outside the village boundary to the south west. Polemi is also known for its naturally occurring red tulips that flower in the fields around the village in springtime. An annual tulip festival is celebrated to mark this phenomenon. http://dim-polemi-paf.schools.ac.cy/ http://gym-polemi-paf.schools.ac.cy/ http://www.polemi.org/ https://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=polemi+cyprus&ie=UTF-8&hq=&hnear=0x14e70dc3fa38100f:0x99721330e0132add,Polemi,+Cyprus&gl=uk&ei=I9-wUuzGCqjC7AaH6oHABw&ved=0CJ8BELYD
Maibella is a town located in the east side of Sivasagar district, Assam (India). The town is home to APGCL (ASEB) which is a major electricity production unit in the whole North Eastern Region. Currently APGCL has two Power houses and one new Power house is under construction under BHEL ( Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited ) http://www.bhel.com/home.php
Emporis GmbH is a real estate data mining company with headquarters in Hamburg, Germany. The company collects and publishes data and photographs of buildings worldwide.Emporis offers a variety of information on its public database, Emporis.com, located at www.emporis.com. Emporis is frequently cited by various media sources as an authority on building data.Emporis previously focused exclusively on high-rise buildings and skyscrapers, which it defines as buildings "between 35 and 100 metres" tall and "at least 100 metres tall", respectively. Emporis uses the point where the building touches the ground to determine height. Today, the database has expanded to include low-rise buildings and other structures. It uses a point system to rank skylines.
Ussa is a Local Government Area in Taraba State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Lissam (7°11′00″N 10°02′00″E). Ussa borders the Republic of Cameroon in the south; the Donga River forms its northern boundary. Ussa was created in 1996 during the regime of ″General Sani Abacha″ after an earlier attempt failed in 1983, Aticwo (kpambo), Rufu, Lumbu, Fikyu, Acha, Kpambo Puri, are some of the district council within Ussa<.ref>www.kuteb.tripod.com It has an area of 1,495 km2 (577 sq mi) and a population of 92,017 at the 2006 census. Kuteb people are the ethnicity located in large population here. The postal code of the area is 671.
facebookcorewwwi.onion is a site that allows access to Facebook through the Tor protocol, using its .onion top-level domain. In April 2016, it had been used by over 1 million people monthly, up from 525,000 in 2015. Neither Twitter nor Google operate sites through Tor, and Facebook has been applauded for allowing such access, which makes it available in countries that actively try to block Facebook.In October 2014, Facebook announced that users could connect to the website through a Tor onion service using the privacy-protecting Tor browser and encrypted using HTTPS. Announcing the feature, Alec Muffett said "Facebook's onion address provides a way to access Facebook through Tor without losing the cryptographic protections provided by the Tor cloud. ... it provides end-to-end communication, from your browser directly into a Facebook datacentre." Its network address – facebookcorewwwi.onion – is a backronym that stands for Facebook's Core WWW Infrastructure.Prior to the release of an official .onion domain, accessing Facebook through Tor would sometimes lead to error messages and inability to access the website. There are numerous reasons to use the Tor-protocol for legitimate purposes, such as for increased anonymity when connecting to Facebook. ProPublica explicitly referenced the existence of Facebook's .onion site when they started their own onion service.Connecting to Facebook through Tor offers a way to access the site with a higher level of protection against snooping and surveillance from both commercial and state actors. The site also makes it easier for Facebook to differentiate between accounts that have been caught up in a botnet and those that legitimately access Facebook through Tor. As of its 2014 release, the site was still in early stages, with much work remaining to polish the code for Tor-access. It has been speculated that other companies will follow suit and release their own Tor-accessible sites.The site went offline at noon GMT on 13 December 2019, as the certificate used to provide HTTPS support expired. Facebook claimed the site would be back online within 1 to 2 weeks as they sourced a new certificate. It went back online on 18 December.
BloombergQuint is an Indian business and financial news organization, a joint venture of Bloomberg News and Quintillion Media. Its main content is based on the Indian economy, international finance, corporate law & governance and business news. Within six months of going live, the web portal received one million monthly users, and there are plans to open a free-to-air TV channel. In July 2017, digital video analytics provider, Vidooly rated BloombergQuint as the ninth most popular news brand among new-age news publishers. In September 2017, BloombergQuint launched its digital live streaming service available on their website (www.bloombergquint.com), the Bloomberg Terminal and BloombergQuint social platforms. The service includes daily live programming from both global and local markets. BloombergQuint later launched a WhatsApp service for decision makers and executives on the go, in November 2017. It is a first of its kind offering in the business space which connects subscribers to BloombergQuint’s daily coverage of global and domestic business news, market movements and views from the country’s influential corporate leaders. BloombergQuint also announced a partnership with Nasscom, T-Hub and the Govt. of Karnataka to launch 'ScaleUP', a new initiative designed to help emerging companies and start-ups scale for growth in November 2017.
isurv (www.isurv.com) is an online information service for property professionals. It was launched in September 2003 and contains technical information on a broad range of property- and construction-related topics, as well as government legislation, RICS regulations, a case law library and property market surveys and research.
A payable-through account (PTA) is a demand deposit account through which banking agencies located in the United States extend cheque writing privileges to the customers of other institutions, often foreign banks. PTA accounts are a concern to bank regulators because the banks or agencies providing the accounts may not subject the end customers to the same level of scrutiny as they would their own customers. These concerns were addressed in Title 3A, especially Section 311(b)(4), of the Patriot Act. Foreign financial institutions use PTAs, also known as "pass-through" or "pass-by" accounts, to provide their customers with access to the U.S. banking system. Some U.S. banks, Edge and agreement corporations, and U.S. branches and agencies of foreign financial institutions (collectively referred to as U.S. banks) offer these accounts as a service to foreign financial institutions. Law enforcement authorities have stated that the risk of money laundering and other illicit activities is higher in PTAs that are not adequately controlled. Risk Factors PTAs may be prone to higher risk because U.S. banks do not typically implement the same due diligence requirements for PTAs that they require of domestic customers who want to open checking and other accounts. For example, some U.S. banks merely request a copy of signature cards completed by the payable through customers (the customer of the foreign financial institution). These U.S. banks then process thousands of sub-accountholder checks and other transactions, including currency deposits, through the foreign financial institution's PTA. In most cases, little or no independent effort is expended to obtain or confirm information about the individual and business subaccountholders that use the PTAs. Foreign financial institutions’ use of PTAs, coupled with inadequate oversight by U.S. banks, may facilitate unsound banking practices, including money laundering and related criminal activities. The potential for facilitating money laundering or terrorist financing, OFAC violations, and other serious crimes increases when a U.S. bank is unable to identify and adequately understand the transactions of the ultimate users (all or most of whom are outside of the United States) of its account with a foreign correspondent. PTAs used for illegal purposes can cause banks serious financial losses in criminal and civil fines and penalties, seizure or forfeiture of collateral, and reputation damage. Risk Mitigation U.S. banks offering PTA services should develop and maintain adequate policies, procedures, and processes to guard against possible illicit use of these accounts. At a minimum, policies, procedures, and processes should enable each U.S. bank to identify the ultimate users of its foreign financial institution PTA and should include the bank's obtaining (or having the ability to obtain through a trusted third-party arrangement) substantially the same information on the ultimate PTA users as it obtains on its direct customers. Policies, procedures, and processes should include a review of the foreign financial institution's processes for identifying and monitoring the transactions of subaccountholders and for complying with any AML statutory and regulatory requirements existing in the host country and the foreign financial institution's master agreement with the U.S. bank. In addition, U.S. banks should have procedures for monitoring transactions conducted in foreign financial institutions’ PTAs. In an effort to address the risk inherent in PTAs, U.S. banks should have a signed contract (i.e., master agreement) that includes: Roles and responsibilities of each party. Limits or restrictions on transaction types and amounts (e.g., currency deposits, funds transfers, check cashing). Restrictions on types of subaccountholders (e.g., casas de cambio, finance companies, funds remitters, or other non-bank financial institutions). Prohibitions or restrictions on multi-tier subaccountholders.193 Access to the foreign financial institution's internal documents and audits that pertain to its PTA activity. U.S. banks should consider closing the PTA in the following circumstances: Insufficient information on the ultimate PTA users. Evidence of substantive or ongoing suspicious activity. Inability to ensure that the PTAs are not being used for money laundering or other illicit purposes. A full explanation from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is available at: http://www.fdic.gov/news/news/financial/1995/fil9530.html
LearnThat Foundation is an American 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that develops and manages an online vocabulary and spelling program along with a free multimedia learners' dictionary, Open Dictionary of English (ODE). The foundation was founded in February 2004 under the name eSpindle Learning. In August 2010, the name was changed to LearnThat Foundation, and its domain was moved to www.LearnThat.org. The program is branded as LearnThatWord.