Quichean languages

Quichean

Greater Quichean

Geographic
distribution:
Mesoamerica

Linguistic classification:
Mayan

Eastern
(Quichean–Mamean)

Quichean

Subdivisions:

Quichean proper
Pokom
Kekchi
Uspantek
Sakapultek
Sipakapense

Glottolog:
grea1276[1]

The (Greater) Quichean languages are a branch of the Mayan family of Guatemala.
Languages[edit]

Qichean proper

Kaqchikel (Cakchiquel)
Tz’utujil
Quiche–Achi: K’iche’ (Quiché), Achi’

Q’eqchi’ (Kekchi)
Pokom: Poqomam, Poqomchi’
Uspantek
Sakapultek
Sipakapense

See Mayan languages#Eastern branch for details.
See also[edit]

Classical K’iche’ language

References[edit]

^ Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin; Bank, Sebastian, eds. (2016). “Greater Quichean”. Glottolog 2.7. Jena: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History. 

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The Monster Show

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The Monster Show

Compilation album by Lordi

Released
17 February 2005

Genre
Hard rock, heavy metal, shock rock

Label
Mayan Records

Lordi chronology

The Monsterican Dream
(2004)
The Monster Show
(2005)
The Arockalypse
(2006)

The Monster Show is a compilation album by Lordi, released in 2005. The album contains songs from Get Heavy and The Monsterican Dream for marketing in the UK, including a DVD with three of their videos. It was released under Mayan Records which is an imprint of Sanctuary Records.
Track listing[edit]
CD:

“Threatrical Trailer”
“Bring It On”
“Blood Red Sandman”
“My Heaven Is Your Hell”
“Would You Love a Monsterman?”
“Devil Is a Loser”
“Icon of Dominance”
“The Children of the Night”
“Shotgun Divorce”
“Forsaken Fashion Dolls”
“Wake the Snake”
“Rock the Hell Outta You”

DVD:

“Blood Red Sandman”
“Devil is a Loser”
“Would you love a Monsterman”´

Singles[edit]

“Blood Red Sandman” (promo version)

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Lordi

Mr Lordi
Amen
OX
Hella
Mana

G-Stealer
Enary
Magnum
Kita
Kalma
Awa
Otus

Studio albums

Get Heavy
The Monsterican Dream
The Arockalypse
Deadache
Babez for Breakfast
To Beast or Not to Beast
Scare Force One
Monstereophonic (Theaterror vs. Demonarchy)

Compilations

The Monster Show
Zombilation – The Greatest Cuts
Scarchives Vol. 1

DVDs

Market Square Massacre
Bringing Back the Balls to Stockholm

Singles

“Would You Love a Monsterman?”
“Devil Is a Loser”
“My Heaven Is Your Hell”
“Blood Red Sandman”
“Hard Rock Hallelujah”
“Who’s Your Daddy?”
“It Snows in Hell”
“They Only Come Out at Night”
“Beast Loose in Paradise”
“Bite It Like a Bulldog”
“Deadache”
“This Is Heavy Metal”
“Rock Police”
“The Riff”
“Nailed by the Hammer of Frankenstein”
“Scare Force One”
“House of Ghosts”
“Hug You Hardcore”

Movies

The Kin
Dark Floors

See also

Lordi’s Square
“Inferno”

Authority control

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Alceste De Ambris

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Alceste De Ambris
(between 1925 and 1935)

Alceste De Ambris (15 September 1874 – 9 December 1934), was an Italian syndicalist, the brother of Amilcare De Ambris. De Ambris had a major part to play in the agrarian strike actions of 1908.
Life[edit]
De Ambris was born in Licciana Nardi, province of Massa-Carrara.
He engineered the split within the Milanese Syndical Union (USM) through his August 18, 1914 public speech, when he took the side of interventionism and advocated Italy’s entry into World War I. As a partisan of national syndicalism, he believed the war to represent an opportunity equal to the impact of the French Revolution, and took his supporters (USM and Parma Labor Chamber) out of the Unione Sindacale Italiana to found the Fasci d’Azione rivoluzionaria internazionalista. The manifesto of the new movement attracted Benito Mussolini, who led his own movement, the Fasci autonomi d’azione rivoluzionaria, into a merger that gave birth to Fasci autonomi d’azione rivoluzionaria.
With Gabriele D’Annunzio, he coauthored the Charter of Carnaro, a constitution for Fiume. De Ambris provided the legal and political framework for the document while D’Annunzio used his skills as a poet to make the document more impressive; he was also the leader of a nationalist syndicalist union “Unione Italiana del Lavoro.”
Although linked to the beginnings of Fascism through his attitude in 1914 and the support he gave D’Annunzi
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Kazi Magomed–Astara–Abadan pipeline

Kazi Magomed–Astara–Abadan pipeline

Location

Country
Azerbaijan, Iran

General direction
north-south

From
Kazi Magomed, Azerbaijan

Passes through
Astara (Azerbaijan), Astara (Iran), Rasht, Tehran

To
Abadan (Bid-Boland), Iran

General information

Type
natural gas

Partners
SOCAR, National Iranian Gas Company

Commissioned
1970

Technical information

Length
1,474.5 km (916.2 mi)

Maximum discharge
10 billion cubic meters per year

The Kazi Magomed–Astara–Abadan pipeline is a natural gas pipeline from Kazi Magomed in Azerbaijan to Iran.
History[edit]
The pipeline was agreed between Iran and the Soviet Union in 1965.[1] It was inaugurated in October 1970 in Astara by Mohammad Rezā Shāh Pahlavi and Nikolai Podgorny, Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet.[2] In 1971–1979, Southern Caucasus republics of the Soviet Union were supplied through this pipeline by natural gas from Iran.[3] After Iranian Revolution Iranian supplies were cut off.[4]
In 2006, Azerbaijan began a swap deal with Iran, providing gas through the Baku-Astara line to Iran; while Iran supplies Nakhchivan. On 11 November 2009, the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) and National Iranian Gas Company signed a memorandum according to which Azerbaijani will supply starting from 2010 500 million cubic meters of natural gas per year.[5]
Technical features[edit]
The overall length of the pipeline is 1,474.5 kilometres (916.2 mi), of which 296.5 kilometres (184.2 mi) in Azerbaijan. The pipe diameter is 1,020 millimetres (40 in) and it had original capacity of 10 billion cubic meters of natural gas per year at 55 standard atmospheres (5,600 kPa).[5] The Iranian section of the pipeline is known as IGAT1.
References[edit]

^ Hiro, Dilip (1987). Iran under the ayatollahs. Routledge. p. 280. ISBN 978-0-7102-1123-1. Retrieved 2009-11-26. 
^ Chubin, Shahram; Zabih, Sepehr (1974). The foreign relations of Iran: a developing state in a zone of great-power conflict. University of California Press. p. 80. ISBN 978-0-520-02683-4. 
^ Staar, Richard Felix (1991). Staar, Richard Felix; Drachkovitch, Milorad M.; Gann, Lewis H., eds. Yearbook on international communist affairs. 235 (25 ed.). Hoover Institution Press. p. 483. ISBN 978-0-8179-9161-6. 
^ Wilson, David (1983). The demand for energy in the Soviet Union. Taylor & Francis. p. 36. Retrieved 2009-11-26. 
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Washington Treaty

The Treaty of Washington may refer to:

Treaty of Washington (1805), between the U.S. and the Creek National Council (Muscogee (Creek))
Treaty of Washington (1824), two Indian nation treaties, between the U.S. and the Sac (Sauk) and Meskwaki (Fox) (7 Stat. 229), and the Iowa (7 Stat. 231)
Treaty of Washington (1826), between the U.S. and the Creek National Council led by Opothleyahola
Treaty of Washington, with Menominee (1831), between the U.S. and the Menominee Indian tribe
Treaty of Washington (1836), a U.S.–Native American (Ottawa and Chippewa) treaty
Webster–Ashburton Treaty of 1842. It settled the border dispute between Canada and the Eastern States, such as Maine and Vermont. It helped to end the slave trade
The Oregon Treaty of 1846, which established the US–British frontier west of the Rocky Mountains (today’s US–Canada boundary)
Treaty of Washington (1855), between the U.S. and Ojibwa
The Treaty of Washington (1871), a general agreement between the United States and the British Empire
The International Meridian Conference of 1884 in Washington DC, establishing the Greenwich Meridian, the world time zone system and the universal day as international standards
The Treaty of Washington (1900) between Spain and the United States
The Washington Naval Treaty of 1922 that limited naval armaments
The North Atlantic Treaty of 1949 that created NATO
The Treaty of Washington (1989), Treaty on Intellectual Property in respect of integrated circuits
The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, better known as CITES

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