Elings Park

Coordinates: 34°24′51″N 119°44′08″W / 34.414297°N 119.735467°W / 34.414297; -119.735467
Elings Park (formerly Las Positas Friendship Park) is a 230-acre (0.93 km2) non-profit park located in Santa Barbara, California east of Las Positas Road and south of U.S. Highway 101. It is the largest privately funded park in America. The park consists of sports fields, hiking and biking trails, playgrounds, wedding/special event venues, and landscaped walkways. The park is a hub for mountain biking, youth sports, paragliding, and other outdoor activities. Elings Park International Raceway is the only dedicated radio control (R/C) off-road course in Santa Barbara and Elings Park BMX Raceway is the only dedicated BMX track in Santa Barbara as well.
The north side of the park is built on top of the old, now-closed Santa Barbara City dump. The park’s grand opening was in 1985, and it has changed names several times: at first it was “Las Positas Park,” in 1991 it became “Las Positas Friendship Park,” and in 1999, in honor of more than two million dollars given by Virgil Elings and his family, the park was renamed “Elings Park.” [1]
References[edit]
http://www.breathlessbluephotography.com.au/

^ History of Elings Park

External links[edit]

Official Website
Elings Park International Raceway
Elings Park BMX Raceway
Paragliding

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Tunisian passport

Tunisian passport

Issued by
 Tunisia

Type of document
Passport

Purpose
Identification

Eligibility requirements
Tunisian citizenship

The Tunisian passport is issued to citizens of Tunisia for international travel.
Regular[edit]
There are three main types of passport:
1. Regular (green) passport, issued to citizens for international travel, valid for 5 years.
2. “Special” (official) passport (passeport spécial, burgundy), issued to Tunisians travelling on official business.
3. Diplomatic (navy blue) passport, issued to Tunisian diplomats and their relatives.
All Tunisian passports comply with ICAO standards. They contain 32 pages.
The first machine-readable passports have been issued in 2003.
See also[edit]
See Visa requirements for Tunisian citizens.

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FC Dinamo Alma-Ata

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FC Dinamo Almaty

Full name
FC Dinamo Almaty

Founded
1937

League
Kazakhstan Super League

1993
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FC Dinamo Almaty are a Kazakhstani football based in Almaty, Kazakhstan. The club played in the Kazakhstan Super League in season 1993.
Name history[edit]

1937 : Founded as Dinamo Almaty based in Almaty
1992 : Reactivated as Dinamo Almaty

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Club website (Russian)
Klisf.info Club statistics

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Zeev Ben-Zvi

Zeev Ben-Zvi (1938)
Photo from the Information Center for Israeli Art archive, Israel Museum, Jerusalem

Portrait of Aharon Meskin

Zeev Ben-Zvi (Hebrew: זאב בן-צבי‎‎) (1904–1952) was an Israeli sculptor born in Ryki, Poland, whose work influenced a generation of sculptors.[1]

Contents

1 Biography
2 Awards
3 See also
4 Further reading
5 References
6 External Links

Biography[edit]
Ben-Zvi studied at Academy of Fine Art in Warsaw, before emigrating to the then British Mandate of Palestine in 1923, where he studied at the Bezalel School of Art and Craft, Jerusalem from 1923 to 1924. When the New Bezalel School was opened, he taught sculpture there from 1926 to 1927. In 1937, he travelled to Paris and then to London from 1937-1938.[2]
He specialized in portrait heads in beaten copper and mounded plaster, which he treated in a cubist manner. In 1947, he created one of his most moving works, the monument “In Memory of the Children of the Diaspora” in Mishmar Haemek.
Awards[edit]

In 1953, Ben Zvi received the Dizengoff Prize for Sculpture.[3]
Also in 1953, he was awarded the Israel Prize, for sculpture,[4] being the inaugural year of the prize, and was accordingly the first artist to be awarded this honor.

See also[edit]

List of Israel Prize recipients
List of Polish Jews
Ben-Zvi

Further reading[edit]

Newman, Elias, Art in Palestine, Siebel Company, publishers, New York 1939
Gamzu, H., Ben-Zvi, Sculptures, 1955

References[edit]

^ Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971 Edition
^ “Zeev Ben-Zvi”. Information Center for Israeli Art. Israel Museum. Retrieved 30 October 2016. 
^ “List of Dizengoff Prize laureates” (PDF) (in Hebrew). Tel Aviv Municipality. 
^ “Israel Prize recipients in 1953 (in Hebrew)”. Israel Prize Official Site. Archived from the original on January 24, 2010.  CS1 maint: Unfit url (link)

External Links[edit]

“Zeev Ben-Zvi”. Information Center for Israeli Art. Israel Museum. Retrieved 1 February 2012. 
Zeev Ben-Zvi collection at the Israel Museum. Retrieved February 2012.

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VIAF: 120137535

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MCD

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MCD, Mcd or mcd may refer to:

Contents

1 Science

1.1 Medical

2 Technology

2.1 Computing

3 Transportation
4 Organisations
5 People
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Science[edit]

Mesoscale convective discussion, a short-term technical forecast issued by the Storm Prediction Center
Magnetic circular dichroism, with polarized light
Millicandela (mcd) or Megacandela (Mcd), units of brightness or light intensity

Medical[edit]

Minimal change disease, a disease of the kidney
Multicentric Castleman’s disease, a sub-type of Castleman’s disease

Technology[edit]

Magnetic chip detector, an instrument used for detecting loose metallic particles in engines
Maxi single or Maxi single Compact Disc
Mini compact disc, a discographical release containing fewer songs than an EP
Mega CD, a console by Sega
Missile Countermeasure Device, a form of active protection system for military vehicles

Computing[edit]

.mcd, a Mathcad document file
.mcd, a file type used by Vectorworks software

Transportation[edit]

Merced station (Amtrak) (station code), California, US
Mackinac Island Airport (IATA airport code), in Michigan, US

Organisations[edit]

McDonald’s, an international restaurant chain
Municipal Corporation of Delhi
Melbourne College of Divinity
MCD Productions, an Irish event promoter

People[edit]

Michael Clarke Duncan (1957–2012), American actor

Other uses[edit]

Monument Class Description, a synthesis and summary of the archaeological evidence for a British ancient monument
1400 (Roman numerals)
Murder City Devils, a garage punk band from Seattle, US
Minor civil division, a geographical term used by the United States Census Bureau

See also[edit]

Measurement, Calibration and Diagnosis, with the Association for Standardisation of Automation and Measuring Systems

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Juan Falconi de Bustamante

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Juan Falconi de Bustamante (1596–1638) was a Spanish religious writer, theologist and ascetic.
Work[edit]

Primer to learn to read in Christ ( 1635 )
Primer second reading in Christ ( 1651 )
The Life of God (Letter to a daughter of confession, a private letter, written on 23 July 1628, which was released with the title added by editors in 1656)
The Sacred Monument ( 1657 )
Spiritual Works ( 1660 )
The day our daily bread on communion ( 1661 ) (Considered by some to be his major work)
Preparation of the mass.
Right Way to heaven.
How have to route all actions to God (disappeared).
Defense Commander before the Inquisition of F. Pedro Franco de Guzman.

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William Maule (rower)

William Maule (1824- 16 May 1898) was an English clergyman and rower who won the Diamond Challenge Sculls at Henley Royal Regatta in 1847.
Maule was born in London, the third son of George Maule, Treasury Solicitor. He was educated at Winchester College and Trinity College, Cambridge.[1] He was president of Cambridge University Boat Club and in 1847 rowed bow against Oxford in the Grand Challenge Cup at Henley in a year when there was no official Boat Race. He also won the Diamond Challenge Sculls at Henley in 1847, beating the previous year’s winner Edward Moon.[2] Moon had the compensation of being bow opposite Maule in the winning Oxford boat in the Grand Challenge Cup that year.[3]
Maule was ordained deacon (Ely) in 1849 and priest in 1850. He was curate of Fletton, Huntingdonshire from 1849 to 1850 and of Church Crookham, Hampshire from 1850 to 1851. In 1851 he became rector of Eynesbury, Huntingdonshire and was Rural Dean of St Neots from 1876 to 1889. In 1890 he became vicar of Privett, Hampshire until his death there at the age of 74.
Maule married Cecil Vardon, youngest daughter of Thomas Vardon on 17 July 1851.
References[edit]

^ “Maule, William (ML844W)”. A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge. 
^ Henley Royal Regatta Results of Final Races 1839-1939
^ W E Sherwood Oxford Rowing 2009

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