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2007 BMW Open

The 2007 BMW Open was an event on the 2007 ATP Tour. It was the 92nd edition of the event and was played on outdoor clay courts. The event was won by Philipp Kohlschreiber in mens singles and Philipp Kohlschreiber and Mikhail Youzhny in mens doubles.

False allegation of child sexual abuse

A false allegation of child sexual abuse is an accusation that a person committed one or more acts of child sexual abuse when in reality there was no perpetration of abuse by the accused person as alleged. Such accusations can be brought by the alleged victim, or by another person on the alleged victims behalf. Studies on the rate of recorded child abuse allegations in the 1990s suggested that the overall rate of false accusations at that time was approximately 10%. Of the allegations determined to be false, only a small portion originated with the child, the studies showed; most false all ...

Laxminarayan Payodhi

Laxminarayan Payodhi was born on 23 March 1957 in a small village called Ankisa in Maharashtra and grown in Bhopalpatnam, Chhattisgarh. He is a noted Indian poet of contemporary literary movement from modern Indian Hindi literature. He is best known for his early work Somaru, was even recognized as a bestseller and has been published three times 1992.1997.2005.

Jahangir Razmi

Jahangir Razmi is an award-winning Iranian photographer and the author of the entry that won the 1980 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography. His photograph, Firing Squad in Iran, was taken on August 27, 1979 and published anonymously in the Iranian daily Ettelaat, the oldest still running newspaper in Iran. Days later, it appeared on the front pages of numerous newspapers around the world. The photograph was the only anonymous winner of a Pulitzer Prize in the 90-year history of the award, as the identity of Razmi as the photographer was not revealed until 2006.

1998 ITU Triathlon World Championships

The 1998 ITU Triathlon World Championships was a triathlon event held in Lausanne, Switzerland on 29–30 August 1998 and organised by the International Triathlon Union. The championship was won by Simon Lessing of Great Britain and Joanne King of Australia.

Dividend payout ratio

The dividend payout ratio is the fraction of net income a firm pays to its stockholders in dividends: Dividend payout ratio = Dividends Net Income for the same period {\displaystyle {\mbox{Dividend payout ratio}}={\frac {\mbox{Dividends}}{\mbox{Net Income for the same period}}}} The part of earnings not paid to investors is left for investment to provide for future earnings growth. Investors seeking high current income and limited capital growth prefer companies with a high dividend payout ratio. However, investors seeking capital growth may prefer a lower payout ratio because capital gain ...

OVW Light Heavyweight Championship

The OVW Light Heavyweight Championship was a title contested in Ohio Valley Wrestling. The title was created on February 9, 1999 and was retired on March 1, 2001 due to the company withdrawing its membership from the NWA in 2000 and becoming one of the first developmental territorys for World Wrestling Federation. The title was declared retired, meaning that the OVW Light Heavyweight Championship is now being represented by a trash can. The final champion was Chris Micheals, who defeated the former champion Sean Casey at the OVW TV Tapings to win the title.

Matchroom Professional Championship

The Matchroom Professional Championship was a non-ranking snooker tournament staged between 1986 and 1988. All three editions were held at Cliffs Pavilion in Southend-on-Sea. In its final year the tournament was sponsored by LEP. The tournament was organised by Barry Hearn who managed up to eight of the top professional players at the time. The prize money on offer for the winner each year was £50.000, with the first edition being won by Willie Thorne who defeated Steve Davis 10–9 in the final. Thorne reached the final the following season, but lost 10–3 to Dennis Taylor. The final event, ...

1992 ATP Tour World Championships

The 1992 ATP Tour World Championships was a mens tennis tournament held in Frankfurt, Germany from 16 November until 20 November 1992. It was the 23rd edition of the tournament.Seventh-seeded Boris Becker won the singles title.

United States National Criterium Championships

The United States National Criterium Championships are held annually and run by the national governing body, USA Cycling. The event has formerly been held at venues including Denver, Colorado, Downers Grove, Illinois, and Glencoe, Illinois. The 2015 edition of the race will be hosted by the city of Chattanooga, Tennessee. Formerly, the event allowed an international field, so the first rider from the United States who crossed the finish line was crowned the "United States National Criterium Champion" gaining the right to wear the national champions jersey in subsequent criteriums for the f ...

United States National Road Race Championships

The United States National Professional Road Race Championships began in 1985. They are run by the governing body, USA Cycling. Until 2006 the race was open to all nationalities, the first American to finish being named the winner and given a distinctive jersey. Since the championship in Greenville, South Carolina, in 2006, all riders have had to be American. Before 1985, only the amateur champions were named. From 1921 to 1964, the Amateur Bicycle League of America ABLA National Championships were held as an omnium of track-style events for Men, Women, and Juniors, rather than as a road r ...

Angle of rotation

In mathematics, the angle of rotation is a measurement of the amount, namely the angle, that a figure is rotated about a fixed point, often the center of a circle. A clockwise rotation is considered a negative rotation, so that, for instance, a rotation of 310° can also be called a rotation of –50°). A counterclockwise rotation of more than one complete turn is normally measured modulo 360°, meaning that 360° is subtracted off as many times as possible to leave a non-negative measurement less than 360°. For example, the carts on a Ferris wheel move along a circle around the center point of ...

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