Gerardo Xavier Hernández

Gerardo Xavier Hernández

Born
(1968-10-29) 29 October 1968 (age 48)
Coatepec Harinas, State of Mexico, Mexico

Occupation
Deputy

Political party
 PRI

Gerardo Xavier Hernández Tapia (born 29 October 1968) is a Mexican politician affiliated with the PRI. He currently serves as Deputy of the LXII Legislature of the Mexican Congress representing the State of Mexico.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Perfil del legislador”. Legislative Information System. Retrieved 28 October 2013. 

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Qeshlaq-e Sufi Qadir

Qeshlaq-e Sufi Qadir
قشلاق صوفي قدير

village

Country
 Iran

Province
Ardabil

County
Bileh Savar

Bakhsh
Qeshlaq Dasht

Rural District
Qeshlaq-e Sharqi

Population (2006)

 • Total
38

Time zone
IRST (UTC+3:30)

 • Summer (DST)
IRDT (UTC+4:30)

Qeshlaq-e Sufi Qadir (Persian: قشلاق صوفي قدير‎‎, also Romanized as Qeshlāq-e Şūfī Qadīr) is a village in Qeshlaq-e Sharqi Rural District, Qeshlaq Dasht District, Bileh Savar County, Ardabil Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 38, in 11 families.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Census of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 1385 (2006)”. Islamic Republic of Iran. Archived from the original (Excel) on 2011-11-11. 

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Bileh Savar County

Capital

Bileh Savar

Districts

Central

Cities

Bileh Savar

Rural Districts
and villages

Anjirlu

Akbar Davud-e Qeshlaqi
Alishan Qeshlaqi
Anjirlu
Chay Qeshlaqi Siab
Gharib Hajji
Goli Bolagh-e Olya
Goli Bolagh-e Sofla
Hajji Bala Beyglu
Heybat-e Jahan Khanemlu
Jahan Khanamlu
Khakriz
Masjedlu
Nar Qeshlaqi
Nowruzabad
Ojaq Qeshlaq-e Khoruslu
Para Qeshlaq-e Sofla
Qeshlaq-e Alish
Qeshlaq-e Badeyr
Qeshlaq-e Hadli
Qeshlaq-e Hajj Ahmad Khan
Qeshlaq-e Jahan Khanemlu
Qeshlaq-e Pasha
Qiz Qalehsi
Somokluy-e Olya
Somokluy-e Sofla
Uch Daraq

Gowg Tappeh

Babak
Beyg Baghlu
Damirchilu
Fulad Luqui
Gowg Tappeh
Gun Papaq
Moradlu
Owdlu
Qarah Qasemlu
Qeshlaq-e Aq Borun
Qeshlaq-e Hajji Allahverdi
Qeshlaq-e Qirlu
Zargar

Qeshlaq Dasht

Cities

Jafarabad

Rural Districts
and villages

Qeshlaq-e Jonubi
(South Qeshlaq)

Azadabad
Balakhan Kandi
Chanaq-e Sofla va Olya
Damirchi-ye Kharabahsi
Dashbolagh
Gholam Hoseyn Kandi
Hajji Aqa Kandi
Hajji Aqam Ali Kandi
Hajji Esmail Iman Khan
Hajji Mir Nezam
Hajji Nowrush Kandi
Hajji Qadart Kandi
Hajji Siab Kandi
Hamvar Kandi
Hasan Khan Darrehsi
Idehlu
Keram Kandi
Limlu
Mazraeh-ye Ayshaq Chekhmaz
Melli Kandi
Mirverdi Kandi
Morad Ali Kandi
Nazar Ali Bolaghi
Owch Bolagh
Para Qeshlaq-e Olya
Qarah Saqqal-e Olya
Qarah Saqqal-e Sofla
Qashqa Qeshlaq-e Hajj Akbar
Qeshlaq-e Adi Shirin
Qeshlaq-e Aghjaran
Qeshlaq-e Aji Eshmeh-ye Ali Heydar Beyg
Qeshlaq-e Aji Eshmeh-ye Mohandas Sadeqi
Qeshlaq-e Aji Eshmeh-ye Nurahmad
Qeshlaq-e Aji Eshmeh-ye Papur
Qeshlaq-e Ali Akbar Aqa-ye Bala
Qeshlaq-e Ali Akbar Hajj Sardar
Qeshlaq-e Ali Akbar Hamid Khan
Qeshlaq-e Ali Akbar Hamzeh
Qeshlaq-e Ali Akbar Jafar
Qeshlaq-e Ayan Ali B

Villa Vodno

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Villa Vodno

General information

Town or city
Skopje

Country
Republic of Macedonia

Construction started
2004

Completed
2008

Villa Vodno is the official workplace of the President of the Republic of Macedonia. Тhe villa is located in the foothills of Vodno at the southern edge of Skopje. Since 2009, Gjorge Ivanov has been the first president of Macedonia who uses this presidential palace.
In the villa, there are located: the office of the president, working premises of his service and premises for meetings and receptions. The walls in rooms for meetings and receptions are decorated with paintings of famous Macedonian artists. The villa has been visited by many state delegations including: Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, Bronisław Komorowski, Viktor Orbán, Ivo Josipović, Filip Vujanović, Valdis Zatlers, Stjepan Mesić, Roman Herzog, Zhelyu Zhelev, Bamir Topi, Tony Blair, Edi Rama, Borut Pahor, Václav Klaus, Kiro Gligorov.
External links[edit]

Virtual Tour of Villa Vodno on the official website of the President of the Republic of Macedonia

Coordinates: 41°59′09″N 21°24′50″E / 41.9857°N 21.4140°E / 41.9857; 21.4140

Earl of Donoughmore

Arms of the Earl of Donoughmore

Earl of Donoughmore is a title in the Peerage of Ireland.

Contents

1 History
2 Barons Donoughmore (1783)
3 Earls of Donoughmore (1800)
4 Notes
5 References

History[edit]
It was created in 1800 for Richard Hely-Hutchinson, 1st Viscount Donoughmore, with remainder to the heirs male of his mother. He was a General in the British Army and sat in the House of Lords as one of the 28 original Irish Representative Peers from 1800 to 1825. Hely-Hutchinson had already been created Viscount Donoughmore, of Knocklofty in the County of Tipperary, in the Peerage of Ireland in 1797, and was made Viscount Hutchinson, of Knocklofty in the County of Tipperary, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, in 1821. These titles were also created with remainder to the heirs male of his mother. Lord Donoughmore was the eldest son of the Irish statesman and lawyer John Hely-Hutchinson, who married Christiana, daughter of Abraham Nixon (or Nickson) and niece and heiress of Richard Hutchinson of Knocklofty in County Tipperary, whose surname she and her husband adopted. In 1783 Christiana was raised to the Peerage of Ireland in honour of her husband as Baroness Donoughmore, of Knocklofty in the County of Tipperary.

John Hely-Hutchinson (1724–1794) by Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723–1792)

The first Earl was succeeded according to the special remainder (and normally in the barony of Donoughmore) by his younger brother, the second Earl. He was also a General in the British Army. In 1801 he was created Baron Hutchinson, of Alexandria and Knocklofty in the County of Tipperary, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, with remainder to the heirs male of his body. Lord Donoughmore also served as Lord-Lieutenant of County Tipperary from 1831 to 1832. On his death in 1832 the barony of 1801 became extinct while he was succeeded in the other titles by his nephew, the third Earl. He was the son of the Honourable Francis Hely-Hutchinson, third son of the first Baroness Donoughmore and John Hely-Hutchinson. He briefly represented Tipperary in the House of Commons and served as Lord-Lieutenant of County Tipperary. He was succeeded by his son, the fourth Earl. He was a Conservative politician and served in the Earl of Derby’s second administration as Paymaster-General and President of the Board of Trade. His grandson, the fifth Earl, was also a Conservative politician and held office as Under-Secretary of State for War from 1903 to 1904 under Arthur Balfour

Masayoshi Shimizu

Masayoshi Shimizu (清水 聖義, Shimizu Masayoshi?, born December 7, 1941) is the mayor of Ōta, Gunma, Japan.[1] As of 1 July 2010, he is also the chairman of the Gunma Kokusai Academy school in Ōta.[2]
References[edit]

^ Dawson, Chester (3 December 2001). “A Mosaic in the Making”. Business Week. Retrieved 29 December 2010. 
^ “Masayoshi Shimizu assumed the position of chairman of the board of directors”. Official website. Japan: Gunma Kikusai Academy. Retrieved 16 January 2013. [dead link]

External links[edit]

“Mayor’s Welcome Page”. Archived from the original on 2008-03-01. Retrieved 2006-11-13. 

Authority control

WorldCat Identities
VIAF: 254207758
NDL: 00820280

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Osoriinae

Osoriinae

Osorius latipes

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Arthropoda

Class:
Insecta

Order:
Coleoptera

Suborder:
Polyphaga

Infraorder:
Staphyliniformia

Superfamily:
Staphylinoidea

Family:
Staphylinidae

Subfamily:
Osoriinae

Genera

see text

The Osoriinae are a subfamily of beetles in the family Staphylinidae, the rove beetles. They are found mainly in tropical and subtropical regions.[1]

Contents

1 Description
2 Biology
3 Systematics
4 References
5 External links
6 Further reading

Description[edit]
The abdomen is flattened and has parallel sides. A suture along each side or the abdomen may be made up of fused plates.[2]
Biology[edit]
Little is known about the biology of this subfamily. Species may be found in leaf litter, under bark, or in ant nests. They are detritivores and fungivores.[2]
Systematics[edit]

Eleusis pallida

Nacaeus tenuis

Thoracophorus costalus

Renardia sp.

Plastus biconcavus

Тribe Eleusinini (Sharp, 1887)

Eleusis Laporte, 1835
Renardia Motschulsky, 1865
Triga
Zeoleusis Steel, 1950

Tribe Leptochirini (Sharp, 1887)

Borolinus Bernhauer, 1903
Bothrys Fauvel, 1895
Leptochirus Germar, 1824
Priochirus (Sharp, 1887)
Thoracochirus Bernhauer, 1903

Tribe Osoriini (Erichson, 1839)

Afrosorius Fagel, 1958
Afrotyphlopsis Fagel, 1955
Allogonus Coiffait, 1978
Allosorius Fagel, 1959
Anancosorius Bernhauer, 1908
Andringitrana Coiffait, 1979
Antillosorius Irmler, 2010
Arpagonus Blackwelder, 1952
Atopocnemius Bernhauer, 1914
Bacillopsis Normand, 1920
Baculopsis s Cameron, 1928
Bothrys Fauvel, 1895
Craspedus Bernhauer, 1908
Cylindrops Fagel, 1955
Cylindropsis Fauvel, 1885
Edapholotrochus Fagel, 1958
Euparagonus Fagel, 1955
Fagelia Coiffait, 1979
Leptotyphlopsis Scheerpeltz, 1931
Lusitanopsis Coiffait, 1961
Neocaledonopsis Pace, 1990
Nototorchus McColl, 1985
Oligotyphlopsis Scheerpeltz, 1951
Osorius Guérin-Méneville, 1829
Paratorchus McColl, 1985
Typhloiulopsis Scheerpeltz, 1931
Typhlosorius Coiffait, 1958

Tribe Thoracophorini (Reitter, 1909)

Aneucamptus Sharp, 1887
Dirocephalus Silvestri, 1938
Espeson Schaufuss, 1882
Euctenopsia Bruch, 1942
Fauva Blackwelder, 1952
Geomitopsis (Scheerpeltz, 1931)
Glyptoma Erichson, 1839
Liberiana Blackwelder, 1942
Lispinodes Blackwelder, 1942
Lispinus Erichson, 1839
Mesotrochus Wasmann, 1890
Nacaeus (Blackwelder, 1942)
Neolosus Blackwelder, 1942
Pardirocephalus Bruch, 1942
Parespeson Bernhauer, 1926
Pselaphomimus Bruch, 194

Warszawa Włochy railway station

Warszawa Włochy

Location
Włochy, Warsaw, Masovian
Poland

Coordinates
52°12′22″N 20°54′55″E / 52.20611°N 20.91528°E / 52.20611; 20.91528Coordinates: 52°12′22″N 20°54′55″E / 52.20611°N 20.91528°E / 52.20611; 20.91528

Owned by
Polskie Koleje Państwowe S.A.

Platforms
2

Tracks
3

Construction

Structure type
Yes

Services

Preceding station
 
KM
 
Following station

Warszawa Ursus
toward Skierniewice

R1

Warszawa Zachodnia
toward Warszawa Wschodnia

Warszawa Ursus Północny
toward Kutno

R3

Preceding station
 
SKM
 
Following station

Warszawa Ursus
toward Pruszków

S1

Warszawa Zachodnia
toward Otwock

Location

Warszawa Włochy railway station is a railway station in the Włochy district of Warsaw, Poland. It stands on the junction of lines 1 and 3: from here trains can either run on Line 1 towards Łódź or Line 3 towards Poznań. The station is served by Koleje Mazowieckie, who run trains from Skierniewice and Kutno to Warszawa Wschodnia, and Szybka Kolej Miejska, who run trains from Pruszków PKP to Otwock.
Until 1971, Warszawska Kolej Dojazdowa ran trains to Warszawa Włochy on a branch from Warszawa Szczęśliwice (itself replaced by Warszawa Aleje Jerozolimskie) when the branch was closed.

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Media related to Warszawa Włochy railway station at Wikimedia Commons
Station article at kolej.one.pl

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