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Mini Coupe and Roadster

The Mini Coupe and Mini Roadster are two-seater sports cars that were engineered and manufactured by Mini between 2011 and 2015. The hardtop Coupe was unveiled in June 2011 and formally launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2011. Production was shown in the 2011 documentary Megafactories. It is the first two-seater Mini. It was joined by a convertible version called Mini Roadster in 2012, following its showing as a concept car in 2009. The Coupe is known by the internal code R58 and the Roadster by code R59. In February 2015 Mini announced the end of production for both models.

Dorothy Lee Bolden

Dorothy Lee Bolden was the founder of the National Domestic Workers Union of America and worked to fight for womens rights and bring segregation to an end. Bolden began working as a domestic worker at the age of nine. She would eventually utilize her past experiences to form the Domestic Workers Union in Atlanta, Georgia. Through the Domestic Workers Union, thousands of women have secured better pay and working conditions throughout the United States.

David Cooperrider

David Cooperrider, is the Fairmount Minerals Chair and Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University, and Faculty Director at the Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit at Case. Cooperrider also teaches at University of Pennsylvania as well as Claremont University, where he is The Peter F. Drucker Distinguished Fellow. Cooperrider is recognized as the founder, together with Suresh Srivastva, of the theory of Appreciative Inquiry. Cooperriders original doctoral dissertation "Appreciative Inquiry Into Organizational ...

Gerald Passedat

Gerald Passedat is a French chef, owner of the restaurant Le Petit Nice in Marseille. He has three stars at the Guide Michelin since 2008.

National Union of Credit Cooperatives

The National Union of Credit Cooperatives is a Spanish organization that represents the interests of the nations credit cooperatives. Founded in 1970, its membership consists of all the existing credit cooperatives in Spain. Endowed with its own legal status and full capacity to act, it complies in its structure and operation with the principles formulated by the International Co-operative Alliance.

Shorty Price

William Ralph "Shorty" Price, was an attorney and perennial political candidate from the state of Alabama, mostly noted for his colorful "clown" persona. A native of Barbour County, he studied in the University of Alabama, where briefly he was a roommate of future Governor George Wallace. Price ran for many public offices in Alabama, but only won one election - as an alternate delegate to the 1952 Democratic National Convention. Most notably he ran in the Democratic primaries for Governor of Alabama in 1958, 1970, 1974 and 1978. Although he never captured more than 2% of a vote, he once fi ...

Skip Minisi

Anthony Salvatore "Skip" Minisi was an American football halfback in the National Football League for the New York Giants. He was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 1985 based on his college career at the University of Pennsylvania and the United States Naval Academy. After being the second pick overall in the 1948 NFL draft, Minisi played his rookie season for the NY Giants. After completing his rookie season, Minisi retired from professional football to attend University of Pennsylvanias School of Law. He was a successful attorney for more than 40+ years with a practice in P ...

Ad Apostolorum principis

Ad Apostolorum principis is an encyclical of Pope Pius XII on Communism and the Church in China. It describes systematic persecutions of bishops, priests, religious and faithful and the attempts of the government to establish a patriotic Catholic Church, independent of Rome.

The Thomas Aveling School

The school is named after Thomas Aveling, inventor of the traction engine and a partner in the worlds largest manufacturer of steamrollers in the 19th century, Aveling and Porter, who were located in Rochester. The school badge depicts one of Avelings steamrollers, below two trees that cross one another to represent the merging of two schools. The Thomas Aveling School was formed in 1990 after three local schools, Warren Wood Boys, Warren Wood Girls and Highfield were closed. The former Warren Wood Boys School site was re-developed with new facilities added to the refurbished classroom and ...

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