Arthur Mason (footballer)

Arthur Mason

Personal information

Full name
Arthur Mason

Date of birth
(1909-08-22)22 August 1909

Date of death
17 November 1971(1971-11-17) (aged 62)

Playing career1

Years
Club
Games (Goals)

1929
North Melbourne
2 (1)

1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1929.

Arthur Mason (22 August 1909 – 17 November 1971) was an Australian rules footballer who played with North Melbourne in the Victorian Football League (VFL).[1]
Notes[edit]

^ Holmesby, Russell; Main, Jim (2014). The Encyclopedia of AFL Footballers: every AFL/VFL player since 1897 (10th ed.). Seaford, Victoria: BAS Publishing. p. 556. ISBN 978-1-921496-32-5. 

External links[edit]

Arthur Mason’s statistics from AFL Tables
Arthur Mason’s profile from AustralianFootball.com

Minnewaska Area High School

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Minnewaska Area High School

Location

25122 State Hwy. 28
Glenwood, MN 56334
United States

Coordinates
45°37′30″N 95°27′19″W / 45.6249°N 95.4552°W / 45.6249; -95.4552Coordinates: 45°37′30″N 95°27′19″W / 45.6249°N 95.4552°W / 45.6249; -95.4552

Information

Type
Public High School

Established
1991

Opened
1993

Superintendent
Greg Schidt

Principal
Pat Falk

Grades
9–12

Enrollment
1,100 (K-12)

Campus type
Rural

Color(s)
             Blue, Green and Silver

Mascot
Lakers

Feeder schools
Minnewaska Area Elementary School, Minnewaska Area Middle School, Minnewaska Area Junior High School

Website
www.minnewaska.k12.mn.us

Minnewaska Area High School is a public school for grades 9–12 located in Glenwood, Minnesota. The school mascot is the Lakers. Minnewaska is a member of the West Central Conference.
The Minnewaska Area School District #2149 was consolidated in 1993 from three Pope County districts: Glenwood/Lowry, Starbuck, and Villard. Consolidation came after several years of cooperation that resulted in the building of the Minnewaska Area High School in 1991 that now serves about ¾ of the county. The Minnewaska Area High School was constructed at a cost of $16,500,000, funded partially with a $6,000,000 grant from the State of Minnesota.[1]
Notes[edit]

^ http://www.minnewaska.k12.mn.us/District/District%20Index.htm

External links[edit]

Minnewaska Area High School homepage

Ambition (novel)

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Ambition is the first novel by Julie Burchill published in 1989 hardback and 1990 paperback, ISBN 9780552135580.[1][2][3][4][5]
It tells the story of the ambitious if unimaginatively named Susan Street and her efforts to become a newspaper editor. To achieve her goal she is set a number of tasks by a press magnate. These involve her flying around the world to have sex with a large number of men and women while he looks on.
References[edit]

^ “Ambition”. goodreads.com. Retrieved 1 January 2014. 
^ “Ambition”. amazon.com. Retrieved 1 January 2014. 
^ Courtney, Kevin (17 October 2013). “Ambition, by Julie Burchill”. The Irish Times. Retrieved 20 March 2015. 
^ Dowell, Ben. “‘I have no ambition left'”. theguardian.com. Retrieved 1 January 2014. 
^ “Ambition book by Julie Burchill”. lovereading.com.uk. Retrieved 1 January 2014. 

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Alonzo G. Decker, Jr.

Alonzo G. “Al” Decker, Jr. (1908 – 2002) was an engineer who served as the Chairman of the Board of Black & Decker.[1] A graduate of Cornell University in electrical engineering, he is known for developing power tools for use in the home, including the first cordless electric drill, which helped create the do it yourself market.[2][3][4][5]
Background[edit]
The son of Alonzo G. Decker, Sr., founder of Black & Decker,[6] grew up in Towson, Maryland and graduated from the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. Throughout his life he was an active philanthropist.[7][8]
References[edit]

^ Kelly, Jaques; Frederick N Rasmussen (2002-03-23). “Alonzo G. Decker Jr., 94; Engineer, Power Tool Innovator”. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2014-01-22. 
^ “Alonzo Decker, Jr.”. 20th Century American Leaders Database, Harvard Business School. Retrieved 2014-01-22. 
^ “Alonzo and Virginia Decker bequeath $4.3 million to Washington College -“. MyEasternShoreMD. 2008-06-19. Retrieved 2014-01-22. 
^ “Last Decker Leaves Power Tool Company”. The New York Times. p. 9. 
^ Saxon, Wolfgang (20 March 2002). “A.G. Decker, Power Tool Developer, 94”. The New York Times. p. 27. 
^ Somerville, Sean (1997-01-05). “Alonzo G. Decker: He’s still a company man Founder’s son: Alonzo G. Decker Jr., son of one of the founders of Black & Decker, helped spark the do-it-yourself movement. As he approaches his 89th birthday, he maintains his connection to the family business”. The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved 2014-01-22. 
^ “Named Professorships, Deanships, and Directorships — Alonzo G. Decker Chair in Mechanical Engineering”. The Johns Hopkins University. Retrieved 2014-01-22. 
^ “A Legacy of Invention: Alonzo G. Decker—inventor, businessman, philanthropist”. One Magazine, Johns Hopkins, Carey Business School. 1 (No. 1). 2008. Retrieved 2014-01-22. 

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Subsidiaries

Best Lock Corporation
Black & Decker
Blackhawk
Bostitch
Craftsman (tools)
DeWalt
Husky
Kwikset
Mac Tools
Niscayah
Porter-Cable
Proto
Sidchrome
Stanley Hand Tools

People

Nolan D. Archibald
Leonard Bailey
Alonzo G. Decker, Jr.
Frederick Trent Stanley

Products

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List of The Aquabats! Super Show! characters

The series’ intertitle, depicting the five main characters.

The following is a list of characters in The Aquabats! Super Show!, an American action-comedy television series which aired on the United States cable channel The Hub for two seasons from March 3, 2012 to January 18, 2014.
A mix of live-action and animation, The Aquabats! Super Show! follows the adventures of The Aquabats, a band of superhero rock musicians as they defend the world against a variety of villains and monsters. The series is predominantly based upon The Aquabats’ own background as a real-life band, and as such has adapted numerous characters from the band’s stage shows and elaborate fictional mythology.

Contents

1 Main characters

1.1 The Aquabats

2 Supplemental characters

2.1 Villains

2.1.1 Live-action
2.1.2 Animated

2.2 Allies

2.2.1 Live-action
2.2.2 Animated

2.3 Unknown

3 References
4 External links

Main characters[edit]
The Aquabats[edit]
The Aquabats are a band of superhero rock musicians who travel the countryside fighting the forces of evil while moonlighting as a struggling rock and roll band. Despite their variety of superpowers, abilities and technology, the group are generally bumbling and inexperienced, and more often than not save the day by sheer luck or crudely unorthodox methods. In the series’ first season, The Aquabats are depicted as an obscure and mostly out-of-work local superhero team, overshadowed by other, more competent superheroes and usually only stumbling into trouble they’re directly or indirectly the cause of. After saving the world in the season finale, however, the band are recognized and treated as international heroes and celebrities in the second season, receiving top-priority government assignments and even sponsoring their own summer camp.
The Aquabats live and travel by way of the BattleTram, a modified recreational vehicle which serves as a combination tour bus and mobile command center. Unlike most other superheroes, The Aquabats have no alter egos to speak of, and are never seen without their trademark masks and helmets. The band’s origin story was kept intentionally vague by the series’ writers; while the first season made no references or allusions to the group’s history, several episodes of the second season feature each member of The Aquabats recounting how they came together via animated flashback sequences. However, as each of these flashbacks directly contradict one another, it remains unknown if any could be co