Archips fervidana

Archips fervidana

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Arthropoda

Class:
Insecta

Order:
Lepidoptera

Family:
Tortricidae

Genus:
Archips

Species:
A. fervidana

Binomial name

Archips fervidana
(Clemens, 1860)[1][2]

Synonyms

Lozotaenia fervidana Clemens, 1860
Tortrix palludana Beutenmuller, 1892
Tortrix paludana Robinson, 1869

Archips fervidana, the oak webworm moth, is a moth of the Tortricidae family. It is found from Maine and Quebec to North Carolina, west to Wisconsin and Arkansas.[3]

Damage

The wingspan is 18–25 mm. The forewings are orange and grey, with a median band of orange that includes two dark brown blotches. Beyond this median band, there is a band of dark grey followed by several grey lines near the apex. The fringe is dirty beige.[4]
The larvae feed on Carya and Quercus species.
References[edit]

^ tortricidae.com
^ mothphotographersgroup
^ Butterflies and Moths of North America
^ Lynn Scott’s Lepidoptera Index

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Edward Hartman (boxer)

Edward Earl Hartman (March 10, 1899 – March 1974) was an American boxer who competed in the 1920 Summer Olympics.
In 1920 he was eliminated in the quarterfinals of the bantamweight class after losing to the upcoming gold medalist Clarence Walker.
External links[edit]

list of American boxers

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William J. Ecker

For the U.S. Navy officer, see William Ecker.

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William J. Ecker was a United States Coast Guard rear admiral.
Early life and education[edit]
Ecker was a native of Brooklyn.[1] He died on September 1, 2011 in Virginia Beach, Virginia.[2]
Career[edit]
Ecker graduated from the United States Coast Guard Academy in 1960. He served aboard the USCGC Westwind, the USCGC Winnebago and the USCGC Resolute. During the Vietnam War, he served aboard the USCGC Mellon. His first flag assignment was as Commander, Second Coast Guard District in Saint Louis, Missouri. Ecker later served as Commander, Fifth Coast Guard District headquartered at Portsmouth, Virginia.[1]
Awards Ecker received during his career include the Legion of Merit, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Coast Guard Commendation Medal and the Navy Commendation Medal.[1]
References[edit]

^ a b c “Rear Admiral William J. Ecker” (PDF). United States Coast Guard. Retrieved 2014-04-22. 
^ “RADM William Ecker USCG (Ret.) Obituary”. Holloman-Brown Funeral Home website. Retrieved 12 May 2014. 

BIND-014

BIND-014 is a targeted polymeric nanoparticle,[1] and is an investigational therapeutic drug in phase 2 clinical trials for various cancers,[2] eg. metastatic prostate cancer[3]
BIND-014 is an Accurin nanomedicine produced by Bind Therapeutics Inc.[1] BIND-014 targets prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA), which is expressed on prostate cancer cells and the blood vessels of many types of solid tumors, and contains docetaxel[1] as the cytotoxic agent.
Positive results in non-small cell lung cancer were presented in late 2014.[1]
References[edit]

^ a b c d BIND Therapeutics Presents Positive Phase 2 Results Highlighting Potential of BIND-014 as Novel Anti-Cancer Treatment at Q3W Dosing Schedule for Patients with Non-small Cell Lung Cancer at 26th EORTC-NCI-AACR Annual Symposium
^ A Study of BIND-014 in Patients With Urothelial Carcinoma, Cholangiocarcinoma, Cervical Cancer and Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Head and Neck (iNSITE2)
^ A Phase 2 Study to Determine the Safety and Efficacy of BIND-014 (Docetaxel Nanoparticles for Injectable Suspension), Administered to Patients With Metastatic Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer

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Tony Peake

Tony Peake (born 1951) is a novelist, short story writer and biographer.

Contents

1 Biography

1.1 Early life
1.2 Career

2 Works

2.1 Non Fiction
2.2 Short stories

3 External links

Biography[edit]
Early life[edit]
Tony Peakewas born in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1951 to English parents. His father, Bladon Peake (1902–1972), was a theatre and film director. Peake was educated at Waterkloof House Preparatory School in Pretoria, St. Martin’s School in Johannesburg and at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, where he read History and English, graduating with a BA (Hons) in English.
Career[edit]
Peake moved to London in 1973. He worked as production manager at the Open Space Theatre under Charles Marowitz and Thelma Holt. In the late seventies he lived for a while on Ibiza and taught English, History and Drama at the Morna Valley School. Since then he has lived in London and Mistley and worked in modelling, acting, film distribution and latterly as a literary agent.
As a short story writer and essayist, Peake has contributed to four volumes of Winter’s Tales (edited by Robin Baird-Smith, Constable), The Penguin Book of Contemporary South African Short Stories (edited by Stephen Gray), The Mammoth Book of Gay Short Stories (edited by Peter Burton, Robinson Publishing), New Writing 13 (edited by Toby Litt and Ali Smith, Picador), The Way We Are Now: gay and lesbian lives in the 21st century (a Stonewall (UK) anthology edited by Ben Summerskill, Continuum), Seduction (Serpent’s Tail), a themed anthology which he also edited, and Yes, I Am! Writing by South African Gay Men (compiled by Robin Malan & Ashraf Johaardien, Junkets Publisher, Cape Town).
Peake is also the author of two novels, A Summer Tide (Abacus, 1993) and Son to the Father (Little, Brown 1995; Abacus 1996), and the authorised biography of Derek Jarman (Little, Brown 1999; Abacus 2000; Overlook Press 2000; reissued in the States by the University of Minnesota Press 2011).
Works[edit]
Non Fiction[edit]

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Short stories[edit]

‘Necessary Appendages’, in Winter’s Tales 7, edited by Robin Baird-Smith, Constable, London, 1991, ISBN 0-09-470810-X
‘Girl Dancing’, in Winter’s Tales 8, edited by Robin Baird-Smith, Constable, London, 1992, ISBN 0-09-471600-5
‘Necessary Appendages’, in The Penguin Book of Contemporary South African Short Stories, edited by Steven Gray, Penguin, London, 1993, ISBN 0-14-023726-7
‘A Son’s Sto
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Koljaku

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Koljaku

Village

Country
 Estonia

County
Lääne-Viru County

Parish
Vihula Parish

Population (2006)

 • Total
46

Time zone
EET (UTC+2)

 • Summer (DST)
EEST (UTC+3)

Koljaku is a village in Vihula Parish, Lääne-Viru County, in northeastern Estonia.

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Settlements in Vihula Parish

Small borough

Võsu

Villages

Aasumetsa
Adaka
Altja
Andi
Annikvere
Eisma
Eru
Haili
Ilumäe
Joandu
Kakuvälja
Karepa
Karula
Käsmu
Kiva
Koljaku
Koolimäe
Korjuse
Kosta
Lahe
Lauli
Lobi
Metsanurga
Metsiku
Muike
Mustoja
Natturi
Noonu
Oandu
Paasi
Pajuveski
Palmse
Pedassaare
Pihlaspea
Rutja
Sagadi
Sakussaare
Salatse
Tepelvälja
Tidriku
Tiigi
Toolse
Tõugu
Uusküla
Vainupea
Vatku
Vergi
Vihula
Vila
Villandi
Võhma
Võsupere

Coordinates: 59°33′N 25°57′E / 59.550°N 25.950°E / 59.550; 25.950

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Haydn Lewis

Haydn Lewis

Country (sports)
 Barbados

Born
(1986-01-02) 2 January 1986 (age 31)

Plays
Left-handed

Prize money
US$26,134

Singles

Career record
0–0

Career titles
0

Highest ranking
No. 583 (October 27, 2008)

Doubles

Career record
0–0

Career titles
0

Highest ranking
No. 405 (August 15, 2011)

Haydn Lewis (born January 2, 1986) is a professional Barbadian tennis player.
Lewis reached his highest individual ranking on the ATP Tour on October 27, 2008, when he became World number 583. He primarily plays on the Futures circuit and the Challenger circuit.
Lewis is a member of the Barbadian Davis Cup team, having posted a 24–7 record in singles and a 14–9 record in doubles in thirty-six ties played.
Tour singles finals – all levels (0–3)[edit]

Legend (Singles)

Grand Slam (0–0)

Tennis Masters Cup (0–0)

ATP Masters Series (0–0)

ATP Tour (0–0)

Challengers (0–0)

Futures (0–3)

Outcome
No.
Date
Tournament
Surface
Opponent in the final
Score

Runner-up
1.
October 29, 2007
Happy Valley, Australia
Hard
Andrew Coelho
4–6, 1–6

Runner-up
2.
March 17, 2008
Sorrento, Australia
Hard
Colin Ebelthite
6–3, 3–6, 2–6

Runner-up
3.
May 11, 2009
Tampa, U.S.
Clay
Philip Bester
2–6, 6–7(7–9)

External links[edit]

ATP Profile
ITF Profile
Davis Cup Profile

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Karen Brooks Hopkins

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Karen Brooks Hopkins has been the president of the Brooklyn Academy of Music since 1999. She will be ending her presidency in 2015.[1] Previously she was an adjunct professor for the Brooklyn College Program for Arts Administration. In the spring of 1995, Hopkins served as the executive producer of the Bergman Festival, which celebrated the life and work of Swedish director Ingmar Bergman[2]

Contents

1 Education
2 Publications
3 Awards and Recognition
4 References

Education[edit]
Hopkins is a graduate of The University of Maryland and received her MFA from George Washington University in Washington, DC.
Publications[edit]
She is the author of the book, Successful Fundraising for Arts & Cultural Organizations[3](1997), published by Greenwood Publishing.
Awards and Recognition[edit]
The success of the Bergman Festival earned her a medal from the Royal Dramatic Theatre of Sweden and also, in recognition of her work on behalf of the Norwegian National Ballet, Norway awarded her its St. Olav Medal. In November 2006, Hopkins was awarded the honor of Chevalier de L’Ordre des arts et des Lettres by the Republic of France for her work supporting the French arts in the United States. In 2007, she was named one of the “100 Most Influential Women in New York City Business” by Crain’s. That same year, she was appointed Commander of the Royal Order of the Polar Star, in recognition of her role in solidifying ties between the performing arts communities of Sweden and the United States. In May 2012, Hopkins was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from St. Francis College, Brooklyn, NY.[4] She was designated a “Woman of Achievement” by the professional association Women in Development in 2013 and named one of the “50 Most Powerful Women in New York” by Crain’s.[5] In March, 2014 she was named by Brooklyn Magazine to the list of “The 100 Most Influential People in Brooklyn Culture”[6]
References[edit]

^ Pogrebin, Robin (2 February 2014). “President of BAM Will Leave Next Year”. New York Times. Retrieved 20 March 2014. 
^ <http://www.bam.org/about/leadership/karen-brooks-hopkins>
^ <https://books.google.com/books/about/Successful_Fundraising_for_Arts_and_Cult.html?id=X1l4O3mhjdEC
^ <http://www.bam.org/about/leadership/karen-brooks-hopki

Baron Conyers

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Baron Conyers is a title in the Peerage of England. It was created on 17 October 1509 for William Conyers, the son-in-law of William Neville, 1st Earl of Kent. The abeyance after the death of the 3rd baron was terminated for the 7th Baron Darcy de Knayth, these baronies were held together until the abeyance of 1888, after which the abeyance of these two baronies were separately terminated. Since 1509, the Barons Conyers had held a part of the “right” to the barony Fauconberg, i.e. the part for which the abeyance was terminated in 1903; and since the termination of the abeyance of the barony Fauconberg, the two baronies, Conyers and Fauconberg, had been held together; from 1948 they were abeyant between the two daughters of the 5th Earl of Yarborough. On the death of the younger daughter in 2012[1] the abeyance terminated automatically in favour of her elder sister, the 15th holder of the title.[2] Since the death of the latter in 2013, the title is in abeyance once more.[3]
The baronies Conyers and Darcy de Knayth originated the courtesy title of the eldest son of the Earl of Holderness as Lord Darcy and Conyers.
Barons Conyers (1509)[edit]

William Conyers, 1st Baron Conyers (d. 1524)
Christopher Conyers, 2nd Baron Conyers (d. 1538)
John Conyers, 3rd Baron Conyers (d. 1557) (abeyant 1557)
Conyers Darcy, 7th Baron Darcy de Knayth and 4th Baron Conyers (1570–1654) (abeyance terminated c. 1641/44 in favour of the 3rd Baron’s grandson)
Conyers Darcy, 1st Earl of Holderness, 8th Baron Darcy de Knayth and 5th Baron Conyers (d. 1689)
Conyers Darcy, 2nd Earl of Holderness, 9th Baron Darcy de Knayth and 6th Baron Conyers (c. 1620–1692)
Robert Darcy, 3rd Earl of Holderness, 10th Baron Darcy de Knayth and 7th Baron Conyers (1681–1722)
Robert Darcy, 4th Earl of Holderness, 11th Baron Darcy de Knayth and 8th Baron Conyers (1718–1778)
Amelia Osborne, 12th Baroness Darcy de Knayth and 9th Baroness Conyers (1754–1784)
George William Frederick Osborne, 6th Duke of Leeds, 13th Baron Darcy de Knayth and 10th Baron Conyers (1775–1838)
Francis Godolphin Darcy-Osborne, 7th Duke of Leeds, 14th Baron Darcy de Knayth and 11th Baron Conyers (1798–1859)
Sackville George Lane-Fox, 15th Baron Darcy de Knayth and 12th
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Jamesia multivittata

Jamesia multivittata

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Arthropoda

Class:
Insecta

Order:
Coleoptera

Suborder:
Polyphaga

Family:
Cerambycidae

Genus:
Jamesia

Species:
J. multivittata

Binomial name

Jamesia multivittata
Bates, 1869

Jamesia multivittata is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Bates in 1869.[1]
References[edit]

^ BioLib.cz – Jamesia. Retrieved on 8 September 2014.

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