Closed inflatable trampoline

Closed inflatable trampoline

a bouncy castle

inflatable castles (closed inflatable trampolines, bouncy houses or cits) temporary inflatable structures , buildings , similar items rented functions, school , church festivals , small town fetes , used recreational purposes, particularly children. growth in popularity of moonwalks has led inflatable rental industry includes inflatable slides, obstacle courses, games, , more. inflatables ideal portable amusements because easy transport , store.

an inflatable shaped elephant

a “catch wave” inflatable slide

the name given such structures varies. have been marketed such names “bounce house”, “bouncies”,”moon bounce”, “boingalow”, “astrojump”, “moonwalk”, “jolly jump” , “spacewalk”. “brinca brinca”, name commonly used latinos, spanish “jump jump”. in el paso, texas, referred “jumping balloons”. term “jolly jumps” used describe inflatable playground construction in rural areas , areas in western united states, term otherwise obsolete. in southern california, popular term “closed inflatable trampolines”, or “cits”. “bouncy castle” or “inflatable castle” used in ireland, uk, new zealand , parts of australia, , “jumping castles” in australia, canada, south africa , arizona in united states

Darwin Beer Can Regatta

Darwin Beer Can Regatta

darwin’s beer can regatta in august 1977 02

watercraft @ 2009 darwin beer can regatta

typical more or less floating construction used in regatta, piece of collection @ australian national maritime museum in sydney.

the darwin beer can regatta festival event begun darwin businessmen, lutz frankenfeld , paul rice-chapman, has been held annually since 1974 in darwin, northern territory, commonwealth of australia @ mindil beach. inaugural event attended 22,000 people half of darwin’s population @ time. participants create boats using empty beer cans, soft drink (soda) cans, soft drink bottle , milk cartons. vessels not tested seaworthiness, prior water events, , fall apart part of day’s entertainment. great many sundry events go along regatta, including concerts, thong-throwing competition , “henley-on-mindil” competition (named after henley-on-todd regatta), participants run “boats” around flintstones cars.

the darwin regional tourism promotion association organiser of event until 1978 when event came under aegis of combined lions clubs of darwin.

other events held on day have included thong-throwing competition , competition best novelty hat.

the 2014 darwin lions beer can regatta took place on 6 july 2014, watched 15,000 people , attended visitors on australia

Darwin–Wedgwood family

Darwin–Wedgwood family

the darwin–wedgwood family composed of 2 interrelated english language families, descending prominent 18th-century doctor, erasmus darwin, , josiah wedgwood, founder of pottery firm, josiah wedgwood , sons, notable fellow member of charles darwin. family contained @ to the lowest degree 10 fellows of royal society , several artists , poets (including composer ralph vaughan williams). presented below brief biographical sketches , genealogical info links articles on members. individuals listed year of birth , grouped generations. relationship francis galton , immediate ancestors given

Closed-source Software

Closed-source Software

proprietary software, non-free software (in sense of missing freedoms), or closed-source software software, developers or distributors reserve freedoms , rights.

among freedoms , rights proprietary software deprives (to end-users), are:

the freedom analyze software, , alter (often deprived through intentional non-availability of sourcecode, or through non-disclosure agreements (nda))
the freedom share software (often deprived through re-create prohibition via eula (end user license agreement) or nda)
the freedom run software purpose (often deprived through user-restrictions via eula).

in contrast proprietary software, free software, software grants user these freedoms, on reception of software.

proprietary software licensed under legal right of copyright holder, intent licensee given right utilize software under conditions, , restricted other uses, such modification, sharing, studying, redistribution, or reverse engineering. source code of proprietary software not made available.

complementary terms include free software, licensed owner under more permissive terms, , public domain software, not subject copyright , can used purpose. proponents of free , open-source software utilize proprietary or non-free describe software not free or open-source

Czarni Lwów

Czarni Lwów

czarni lwów 1 of first polish professional sports clubs developed football game section hockey among several other sports. football game club started in late 19th century in lwów school football game section sława lwów. in 1903 name changed , club became professional.

in 1911, wisła kraków, czarni created polish football game association, predecessor of modern pzpn national football game association. first football game club in poland, czarni (black, name coined after black shirts; because of colours team commonly dubbed powidlaki – allusion plum marmalade colour of logo) best known , popular sports club in lwów (together pogoń lwów formed afterwards). official name translates first military-civil sport club blacks lwów. although main involvement of fans lay in football, other sections opened (hockey, boxing, skiing, tennis, athletics). despite initial successes , contribution history of football game in poland, club largely unsuccessful in league meetings. during 7 years career in polish football game league, scored 141 points, total goal quota of 120:186. in 1928 club came 8th in league, highest location in history. however, next year czarni’s forwards rochus nastula top scorer in polish soccer league, 25 goals scored in 1 season. in 1933 club dropped first league, continued appear in national championships.

in 1935 club won polish cup (mistrzostwa polski). in same year club won polish water ice hockey title. in 1936 name changed “military , civil sports club sława lwów”. disbanded in 1939 nkvd arrested of members

Closed-end fund puzzle

Closed-end fund puzzle

a closed-end fund (or closed-ended fund) collective investment model based on issuing fixed number of shares not redeemable fund. unlike open-end funds, new shares/units in closed-end fund not created managers meet demand investors. instead, shares can purchased (and sold) in market. original design of mutual fund predates open-end mutual funds offers same actively managed pooled investments. closed-end funds sold publicly must registered under both securities deed of 1933 , investment company deed of 1940.

closed-end funds listed on recognized stock exchange , can bought , sold on exchange. cost per share determined market , different underlying value or net asset value (nav) per share of investments held fund. cost said @ discount or premium nav when below or above nav, respectively.

a premium might due market’s confidence in investment managers’ ability or underlying securities produce above-market returns. discount might reflect charges deducted fund in future managers, uncertainty due high amounts of leverage, concerns related liquidity or lack of investor confidence in underlying securities.

in united states, closed-end funds referred under law closed-end companies , form 1 of 3 sec recognized types of investment companies along mutual funds , unit investment trusts

Darwen (constituency)

Darwen (constituency)

darwen county constituency in lancashire, centred on town of darwen. returned 1 fellow member of parliament house of commons of parliament of united kingdom of britain and northern republic of ireland 1885 until abolished 1983 general election.

during 1920s, constituency fiercely contested marginal between liberal , conservative parties, sitting mp defeated @ each election. @ 1924 general election, saw 92.7% turnout, record english language constituency

Darwaleh-ye Pain

Darwaleh-ye Pain

darvaleh-ye pain (persian: دوروله پائين‎, sorani kurdish: دەروەلەی خوارو, romanized darvaleh-ye pā’īn; known darvaleh-ye soflá) small town in kalashi rural district, kalashi district, javanrud county, kermanshah province, iran

Close to the fire

Close to the fire

close fire studio album dutch progressive stone band kayak, released in 2000. comeback album, first since split in 1982. line-up same 1 recorded album royal bed bouncer in 1975. guitarist johan slager not involved. replaced rob winter.

by 1997, kayak founder members ton scherpenzeel , pim koopman decided work on new material. had no name project yet, , not intention release songs kayak. apart scherpenzeel , koopman, no former kayak members involved @ stage. lead singer on demo versions alex toonen, dutch progressive stone band “for absent friends”. record companies not interested, , songs not developed further. then, original kayak singer max werner offered have go @ demo’s. vocal sound songs got genuine kayak feel, , decided release songs new kayak album.

the album relatively successful, reaching # 54 in dutch album top-100 , staying in top-100 6 weeks. more of import media , fans interested in band again. scherpenzeel , koopman decided go on ‘new’ kayak. max werner left after short tour in 2000.

the lastly song on album newly recorded version of “ruthless queen”, kayak’s biggest nail 1978. lead vocalist on new version syb van der ploeg. lead-singer of dutch band “de kast”. members of band big kayak fans, , in 1999 de kast asked kayak bring together them in tv-special. 1 of things encouraged kayak reunite. apart syb van der ploeg, kast-members sytze broersma , peter van der ploeg play on “ruthless queen”.

the song “full circle” has guitar solo andrew latimer, leader of british progressive stone band camel

Czarna Huta

Czarna Huta

czarna huta [ˈt͡ʂarna ˈxuta] small town in administrative district of gmina przywidz, within gdańsk county, pomeranian voivodeship, in northern poland. lies approximately 5 kilometres (3 mi) west of przywidz, 26 km (16 mi) west of pruszcz gdański, , 32 km (20 mi) south-west of regional capital gdańsk.

for details of history of region, see history of pomerania