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Doreen Montgomery (12 April 1913, Glasgow – 24 February 1992, London) was a British screenwriter. Working for Gainsborough Pictures, her early credits include Just William (1940), The Man in Grey (1943), Fanny by Gaslight (1944) and While I Live (1947). Television credits include Dr. Finlay’s Casebook and The Avengers (for which she created the character of Emma Peel).
Date of Death 24 February 1992, London, England, UK
Selected filmography[edit]

Lassie from Lancashire (1938)
Meet Mr. Penny (1938)
Dead Men Tell No Tales (1938)
The Second Mr. Bush (1940)
The House of the Arrow (1940)
The Flying Squad (1940)
This Man Is Mine (1946)
Shadow of the Eagle (1950)
The Scarlet Web (1954)
Murder Reported (1958) (Writer)

External links[edit]

Doreen Montgomery at the Internet Movie Database

Authority control

WorldCat Identities
VIAF: 61378311

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Station building

Izumi-Tottori Station (和泉鳥取駅, Izumi-Tottori-eki?) is a railway station in Hannan, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. Located near Asahiyama and the border with Sennan, Izumi-Tottori is on the JR Hanwa line. The Hanwa line serves the mountainous inland areas of municipalities and suburban areas between Wakayama city and Osaka city proper. The next station in Hannan city is that of Yamanakadani Station.
For the coastal areas, the privately owned Nankai railway links the city with its neighbours via three stations (Ozaki, Tottorinoshō, and Hakotsukuri stations).
Lines[edit]

West Japan Railway Company

Hanwa Line

Layout[edit]

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Adjacent stations[edit]

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Service
»

JR West

Hanwa Line

Izumi-Sunagawa
 
Local
 
Yamanakadani

Izumi-Sunagawa
 
Regional Rapid Service (northbound only)
 
Yamanakadani

Izumi-Sunagawa
 
B Rapid Service
 
Yamanakadani

Izumi-Sunagawa
 
Kishuji Rapid Service (except part of trains in the morning)
 
Yamanakadani

Rapid Service: Does not stop at this station

Direct Rapid Service: Does not stop at this station

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Stations of the Hanwa Line

(Osaka Loop Line for Osaka<<)
Tennōji
Bishōen
Minami-Tanabe
Tsurugaoka
Nagai
Abikochō
Sugimotochō
Asaka
Sakaishi
Mikunigaoka
Mozu
Uenoshiba
Tsukuno
Ōtori
Tonoki
Kita-Shinoda
Shinodayama
Izumi-Fuchū
Kumeda
Shimomatsu
Higashi-Kishiwada
Higashi-Kaizuka
Izumi-Hashimoto
Higashi-Sano
Kumatori
Hineno (>>Kansai Airport Line)
Nagataki
Shinge
Izumi-Sunagawa
Izumi-Tottori
Yamanakadani
Kii
Musota
Kii-Nakanoshima
Wakayama (>>Kinokuni Line)

Branch
Ōtori
Higashi-Hagoromo

Coordinates: 34°20′34″N 135°15′47″E / 34.3428°N 135.2631°E / 34.3428; 135.2631

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Central Leading Group for Internet Security and Informatization
中央网络安全和信息化领导小组

Abbreviation
Zhongyang Wang’an Zu
(中央网安组)

Formation
February 2014

Type
Supra-ministerial policy coordination and consultation body

Location

Beijing

Leader

Xi Jinping

Deputy Leaders

Li Keqiang
Liu Yunshan

Chief of General Office

Xu Lin

Parent organization

Central Committee of the Communist Party of China

Subsidiaries
Cyberspace Administration of China (also known as the General Office of the Central Leading Group for Cyberspace Affairs)

The Central Leading Group for Internet Security and Informatization (Chinese: 中央网络安全和信息化领导小组; pinyin: Zhōngyāng wǎngluò ānquán hé xìnxī huà lǐngdǎo xiǎozǔ) is a policy formulation and implementation body set up under the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China for the purpose of managing internet-related issues. This is believed to include the expansion of online services, internet security concerns, as well as broad jurisdiction over policies on internet censorship.
The decision to establish the group was announced at the 3rd Plenary Session of the 18th Central Committee in November 2013, but did not hold its first full meeting until February 2014.[1]
The group is also known as the Cyberspace Affairs Leading Group. The Cyberspace Administration of China reports to the group and acts as its executive arm. The Leading Group was not a wholly new created entity, since it was primarily a reconstitution of the Leading Group for National Informatization, with a similar membership composition.[2]
Membership[edit]

Leader

Xi Jinping (Politburo Standing Committee, Party General Secretary, State President)

Deputy Leaders

Li Keqiang (Politburo Standing Committee, Premier of the State Council)
Liu Yunshan (Politburo Standing Committee, first-ranked secretary of the Secretariat)

Chief of General Office

Xu Lin, concurrently Director of the Cyberspace Administration of China, deputy head of the Propaganda Department

Members

Ma Kai (Politburo, Vice Premier)
Wang Huning (Politburo, head of Policy Research Office)
Liu Qibao (Politburo, head of the Propaganda Department)
Fan Changlong (Politburo, vice-chairman of the Central Military Commission)
Meng Jianzhu (Politburo, head of the Politics and Law Commission)
Li Zhanshu (Politburo, head of the CPC General Office)
Guo Shengkun (Minister of Public Security)
Yang Jing (Secretary of t
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The Lord Treowen

Born
15 July 1851

Died
18 October 1933 (1933-10-19) (aged 82)

Allegiance
 United Kingdom

Service/branch
British Army

Rank
Major-General

Commands held
General Officer Commanding the Militia of Canada

Awards
Companion of the Order of the Bath
Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George

Major-General Ivor John Caradoc Herbert, 1st Baron Treowen CB, CMG, KStJ (15 July 1851 – 18 October 1933), known as Sir Ivor Herbert, Bt, between 1907 and 1917, was a British Liberal politician and British Army officer in the Grenadier Guards,[1] who served as General Officer Commanding the Militia of Canada from 1890 to 1895. He was made a baronet in 1907 and raised to a barony in 1917.

Contents

1 Background
2 Military career
3 Political career
4 Family
5 Honours
6 References
7 External links

Background[edit]
Herbert was born at the family seat Llanarth Court, at Llanarth, Monmouthshire between Peckham and Raglan in Monmouthshire, the eldest son of John Arthur Edward Herbert, formerly Arthur Jones, of Llanarth (1818–1895).[2] In 1846 Ivor’s father married Augusta Hall, the only surviving child and heir of Benjamin Hall, 1st Baron Llanover (1802–1867).[3] The marriage took place on 12 November 1846[4] and two years later, the father and his brothers assumed the name of Herbert by royal licence as the senior branch of the Herbert family.[5] (Ironically, no member of this family had been known by that name, so the Jones family was actually taking the name of a junior and more well-known branch, the Herbert earls of Powis descended from an ancient Welsh Catholic family).[6]
His mother was the Honourable Augusta Charlotte Elizabeth Hall, the only surviving daughter and sole heiress of Benjamin Hall, 1st Baron Llanover and his wife Augusta Waddington, better known as the Welsh cultural nationalist Lady Llanover, heiress of the considerable Llanover estate in Monmouthshire.[7][8] He had two younger brothers, Edward Bleiddyn[9] and Arthur (whose descendants still own Llanover today).[10]
Military career[edit]

Herbert was a British army officer, serving in the Grenadier Guards. He served as General Officer Commanding the Militia of Canada from 1890 to 1895. In 1896, he was Colonel in the Grenadier Guards.[11] He served in the Second Boer War in South Africa (1899-1902), where he was responsible for foreign representatives in the country.
Political career[edit]
Herbert was Member of Parliament (MP) for So
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The Alabama Court of the Judiciary is a court within the judicial branch of the United States state of Alabama. It has the power to try judicial officers in other state courts and punish them for violation of judicial ethics, misconduct, dereliction of duty, or incapacitation.
The Court is convoked to hear complaints of the state Judicial Inquiry Commission.
The Court is composed of the following:

The Chief Judge of the Court, an appellate judge chosen by the Supreme Court from a court other than the Supreme Court.
Two circuit judges and one district judge, chosen by the District Judges’ Association.
Two members of the Alabama State Bar and chosen by them.
Three nonlegal professionals appointed by the Governor of Alabama with consent of the Alabama Senate.

Prior to 2005, the Lieutenant Governor of Alabama was able to pick one of the three nonlegal members.
Following the results of a trial, the judge(s) in question may, if they wish, appeal to the Alabama Supreme Court.
Relationship with impeachment[edit]
As is typical with most state legislatures, supreme court judges in Alabama can be impeached. However, Amendment 580 of the state constitution places the Court of the Judiciary at a higher priority than legislative action. E.g., a judge cannot be impeached while being tried by the Court, and should a prosecution in the Court fail, the legislature may not proffer an impeachment for the same reasons.
Sources[edit]

Alabama Judicial System Online – Court of the Judiciary

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Paddle-tailed darner

Paddle-tailed darner posing on clothespin.

Conservation status

Least Concern (IUCN 3.1)[1]

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Arthropoda

Class:
Insecta

Order:
Odonata

Family:
Aeshnidae

Genus:
Aeshna

Species:
A. palmata

Binomial name

Aeshna palmata
Hagen, 1856

Paddle-tailed darner (Aeshna palmata) is a species of dragonfly in the family Aeshnidae. It is common throughout western Canada and United States.[2][3] This species is named after its distinctive paddle-shaped appendages. It lives in many habitats, particularly lakes, ponds, and slow streams, usually with dense shore vegetation.[4] Aeshna palmata was scientifically described for the first time in 1856 by Hermann Hagen.
References[edit]

^ Paulson, D. R. (2009). Aeshna palmata. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2014.2.
^ Dunkle, S.W., Dragonflies through Binoculars: A Field Guide to Dragonflies of North America. New York:Oxford University Press, 2000.
^ Mead, Ken (2009). Dragonflies of the North Woods. 2nd edition. Duluth, MN:Kollath+Stensaas.
^ Paulson, Dennis (2009). Dragonflies and Damselflies of the West. Princeton University Press. ISBN 1400832942. p. 221

External links[edit]

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Paddle-tailed Darner, ITIS report.

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