The Rat Race Blues

The Rat Race BluesStudio album by Gigi Gryce Released 1960 Recorded June 7, 1960 Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey Genre Jazz Length 40:11 Label New Jazz NJLP 8262 Producer Esmond Edwards Gigi Gryce chronologyThe Hap’nin’s (1960) The Rat Race Blues (1960) Reminiscin’ (1960)The Rat Race Blues is an album by American saxophonist Gigi Gryce recorded in 1960 for the New Jazz label.[1][2] Harvey Pekar, writing in his four star review in the August 10, 1962 issue of Down Beat stated: “Gryce’s major contributions to jazz have been made as an outstanding composer-arranger. But his writing ability notwithstanding.. this is primarily a blowing session.”[3]Contents 1 Reception 2 Track listing 3 Personnel 4 ReferencesReception[edit] Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [4] Down Beat [5] The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide [6] Allmusic awarded the album 4 stars stating “The group swings its way through two of Gryce’s lesser-known originals and three then-recent obscurities. Interesting and generally fresh straight-ahead jazz”.[4] Track listing[edit] All compositions by Gigi Gryce except as indicated”The Rat Race Blues” – 6:35 “Strange Feelin'” (Sam Finch) – 7:45 “Boxer’s Blues” – 6:58 “Blues in Bloom” (Norman Mapp) – 7:44 “Monday Through Sunday” (Mapp) – 11:09Personnel[edit]Gigi Gryce – alto saxophone Richard Williams – trumpet Richard Wyands – piano Julian Euell – bass Mickey Roker – drumsReferences[edit] ^ Gigi Gryce discography accessed May 31, 2013 ^ New Jazz Records discography accessed May 31, 2013 ^ Down Beat: August 16, 1962 vol. 29, no. 22 ^ a b Yanow, S. Allmusic Review accessed May 31, 2013 ^ Down Beat: August 16, 1962 vol. 29, no. 22 ^ Swenson, J. (Editor) (1985). The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide. USA: Random House/Rolling Stone. p. 90. ISBN 0-394-72643-X.  v t e Gigi Gryce Studio albumsWhen Farmer Met Gryce (1954) Nica’s Tempo (1955) Jazz Lab (1957) Gigi Gryce and the Jazz Lab Quintet (1957) New Formulas from the Jazz Lab (1957) Jazz Lab (1957) Modern Jazz Perspective (1957) Gigi Gryce (1958) Saying Somethin’! (1960) The Hap’nin’s (1960) The Rat Race Blues (1960) Reminiscin’ (1960) Doin’ the Gigi (2011) Live albumsAt Newport (1957)This 1960s jazz album-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Pee Vee

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Rick Barker

The Honourable Rick Barker Member of the New Zealand Parliament for Hastings In office 1993 – 1996 Preceded by Jeff Whitaker Member of the New Zealand Parliament for Tukituki In office 1996 – 2005 Succeeded by Craig Foss Personal details Born (1951-10-27) 27 October 1951 (age 64) Political party Labour Richard John Barker[1] (born 27 October 1951) is a New Zealand politician. He is a member of the Labour Party, and was a middle-ranking Cabinet minister in the Fifth Labour Government of New Zealand.Contents 1 Early life 2 Member of Parliament2.1 Cabinet minister 2.2 Regional Councillor 3 References 4 External linksEarly life[edit] Barker was born in the town of Greymouth, on New Zealand’s West Coast. He attended Greymouth High School and then the University of Otago. After working as a shop assistant, bartender, storeworker, farmhand, driver, factory worker, and quarrier, he became involved in the trade unions, primarily those relating to the service sector. He eventually became National Secretary of the Service Workers’ Union.[2] Member of Parliament[edit] Parliament of New Zealand Years Term Electorate List Party 1993–1996 44th Hastings Labour 1996–1999 45th Tukituki 28 Labour 1999–2002 46th Tukituki 31 Labour 2002–2005 47th Tukituki 24 Labour 2005–2008 48th List 21 Labour 2008–2011 49th List 34 Labour Barker became a member of the Labour Party in 1973, and served for a time as the Industrial Representative on the party’s National Council. In the 1993 elections, he successfully stood as the Labour Party candidate for the Hastings electorate, winning a seat that was previously held by the National Party. He was re-elected in 1996, 1999, and 2002 for the reconfigured seat of Tukituki. In 2005 he lost the seat in what was a large swing against the sitting Labour government in the provincial areas and returned to Parliament as a list MP. In 2008 Barker tried unsuccessfully to regain the seat of Tukituki and for the second time was returned to parliament as a Labour list MP. He stood in one of the safest National seats, Taranaki-King Country, in 2011 and was not high enough on the Labour list to remain an MP.[3] Cabinet minister[edit] In 2002 Labour was re-elected for a second term and Barker was appointed to Cabinet as Minister of Customs, Minister for Courts, Associate Minister of Justice, and Associate Minister of Social Services and Employment. During the 2002-2005 t. thanks wikipedia.

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Gao Yao (minister)

Gao Yao Gao Yao (simplified Chinese: 皋陶; traditional Chinese: 臯陶; pinyin: Gāo Yáo; Wade–Giles: Kao Yao) was the Minister for Law of Emperor Shun in prehistorical China according to tradition. Gao Yao became a political senior advisor of Yu the Great. His father was Shaohao. He was considered the ancestor of the imperial house of Li of the Tang dynasty, which honoured him as Emperor Deming (德明皇帝). He is cited admonishing his king: “Heaven can see and hear, and does so through the eyes and ears of the people; Heaven rewards the virtuous and punishes the wicked, and does it through the people.”[1] This admonition does not promote a democratic idea; it conforms to the Confucian principle of humane actions.[citation needed] Some Chinese scholars have argued he is the same person as Ye the Great, said by Sima Qian to have been the father of Fei the Great who was later known as Boyi. Ye was reckoned as one of the ancestors of the House of Ying in the Qin and of the ruling house of Zhao. Gao Yao is sometimes considered the father of Boyi. References[edit] ^ «New Vitality from Cultural Regeneration», Taiwan Review, Vol. 57, No. 12, Dec. 2007This article about a Chinese politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Autoregressive conditional duration

In financial econometrics, an autoregressive conditional duration (ACD, Engle and Russell (1998)) model considers irregularly spaced and autocorrelated intertrade durations. ACD is analogous to GARCH. Indeed, in a continuous double auction (a common trading mechanism in many financial markets) waiting times between two consecutive trades vary at random. Definition[edit] Specifically, let  τt   {\displaystyle ~\tau _{t}~} denote the duration (the waiting time between consecutive trades) and assume that  τt =θtzt   {\displaystyle ~\tau _{t}=\theta _{t}z_{t}~}, wherezt {\displaystyle z_{t}} are independent and identically distributed random variables, positive and with E ⁡ (zt ) = 1 {\displaystyle \operatorname {E} (z_{t})=1} and where the series  θt   {\displaystyle ~\theta _{t}~} is given byθt =α0 +α1τt − 1 + ⋯ +αqτt − q +β1θt − 1 + ⋯ +βp. thanks wikipedia.

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Nadav Tamir

This article is an orphan, as no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; try the Find link tool for suggestions. (February 2014) Nadav Tamir Director of international affairs, Peres & AssociatesIncumbentAssumed office July 2014 Personal details Born August 27, 1961 Manara, Israel Alma mater Hebrew University of Jerusalem Religion Judaism Nadav Tamir (Hebrew: נדב תמיר‎‎; born August 27, 1961) is an Israeli diplomat, and one of the top experts in Israel on Israel–United States relations. He is currently the director of international affairs in the Peres & Associates firm. Tamir served as a Political Officer in the Embassy of Israel in the United States, as well as in major administrative duties in the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and was the Consul General of Israel to New England in Boston, MA. Prior to his current position, he was the Policy Adviser to the then President of the State of Israel, Shimon Peres.Contents 1 Biography 2 Diplomatic Service2.1 Consul General 2.2 The Critical Memo incident 2.3 Relations with the Jewish community 2.4 Adviser to the President 3 Latest career 4 Education 5 References 6 External linksBiography[edit] Born and raised in kibbutz Manara in the Upper Galilee, Israel, he volunteered for a Service Year, like most youngsters of the kibbutz, before enlisting to the IDF. Tamir holds a rank of a major in Reserve Duty in the Armor Corps of the IDF. He fought in the First Lebanon War, and took part in the Battle of Jezzine (1982). Later on he was a trainer in the corps Officers Academy, and was a Company Commander. He was asked to stay for a career in the combat units of the military, but he preferred to retire and join the Diplomatic service. Diplomatic Service[edit] Tamir joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1993. He became Policy Assistant to the Minister of Foreign Affairs in 1994, under ministers Shimon Peres, Ehud Barak, and David Levy. He was praised by all three for his excellent work. In 1997 he was appointed Political Officer at the Embassy of Israel in Washington D.C. In 2001 he returned to Israel to become adviser to the director general of the Ministry. Nadav Tamir as a Consul General of Israel in Boston, with Governor of Massachusetts, Mitt Romney Consul General[edit] In 2006 Tamir was appointed Consul General of Israel to New England at the Consulate General of Israel in Boston, MA. He. thanks wikipedia.

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Garcia Point

This article is an orphan, as no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; try the Find link tool for suggestions. (December 2010) Garcia Point (85°14′S 170°16′W / 85.233°S 170.267°W / -85.233; -170.267Coordinates: 85°14′S 170°16′W / 85.233°S 170.267°W / -85.233; -170.267) is a conspicuous point which forms the south side of the terminus of DeGanahl Glacier, where the latter enters Liv Glacier, in the Queen Maud Mountains of Antarctica. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Leopoldo Garcia, a United States Antarctic Research Program meteorologist at South Pole Station, winter 1965.[1] References[edit] ^ “Garcia Point”. Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2012-04-17.   This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document “Garcia Point” (content from the Geographic Names Information System). This Dufek Coast location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Agena

Agena may refer to:Keiko Agena (1973), an American actress Beta Centauri, a star RM-81 Agena, a rocket upper stage family developed by Lockheed, especially the Agena target vehicle used in preparation for the Apollo program lunar missions Agena (computer virus), a memory resident, file infecting computer virus AMD K10, a processor codenamed “Agena” This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Agena. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. thanks wikipedia.

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1998 IAAF World Cross Country Championships

1998 IAAF World Cross Country ChampionshipsOrganisers IAAF Edition 26th Date March 21/22 Host city Marrakech, MoroccoLocation Menara district Nations participating 66 Athletes participating 707 Races 6 Distances 12 km – Senior men 4 km – Men’s short 8 km – Junior men 8 km – Senior women 4 km – Women’s short 6 km – Junior women← 1997 Torino 1999 Belfast →The 1998 IAAF World Cross Country Championships took place on March 21/22, 1998. The races were held at the Menara district in Marrakech, Morocco. Reports of the event were given in the New York Times,[1] in the Herald,[2] and for the IAAF.[3][4][5][6][7][8] Complete results for senior men,[9][10][11] for senior men’s teams,[9][12][13] for men’s short race,[14][15][16] for men’s short race teams,[14][17][18] for junior men,[19][20][21] for junior men’s teams,[19][22][23] senior women,[24][25][26] for senior women’s teams,[24][27][28] for women’s short race,[29][30][31] for women’s short race teams,[29][32][33] for junior women,[34][35][36] for junior women’s teams,[34][37][38] medallists,[39] and the results of British athletes who took part[40] were published.Contents 1 Medallists 2 Race results2.1 Senior men’s race (12 km) 2.2 Men’s short race (4 km) 2.3 Junior men’s race (8 km) 2.4 Senior women’s race (8 km) 2.5 Women’s short race (4 km) 2.6 Junior women’s race (6 km) 3 Medal table (unofficial) 4 Participation 5 See also 6 References 7 External linksMedallists[edit] Event Gold Silver Bronze Individual Senior men (12 km) Paul Tergat  Kenya 34:01 Paul Koech  Kenya 34:06 Assefa Mezegebu  Ethiopia 34:28 Men’s short (4 km) John Kibowen  Kenya 10:43 Daniel Komen  Kenya 10:46 Paul Kosgei  Kenya 10:50 Junior men (8 km) Million Wolde  Ethiopia 22:47 Richard Limo  Kenya 22:50 Haylu Mekonnen  Ethiopia 22:51 Senior women (8 km) Sonia O’Sullivan  Ireland 25:39 Paula Radcliffe  United Kingdom 25:42 Gete Wami  Ethiopia 25:49 Women’s short (4 km) Sonia O’Sullivan  Ireland 12:20 Zahra Ouaziz  Morocco 12:34 Kutre Dulecha  Ethiopia 12:37 Junior women (6 km) Yimenashu Taye  Ethiopia 19:32 Jeruto Kiptum  Kenya 19:34 Worknesh Kidane  Ethiopia 19:34 Team Senior men  Kenya 12  Ethiopia 57  Morocco 60 Men’s short  Kenya 10  Morocco 42  Ethiopia 60 Junior men  Ethiopia 16  Kenya 20. thanks wikipedia.

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Dinah Chan

Dinah ChanPersonal information Full name Dinah Chan Siew Kheng Born Singapore Team information Discipline Road cycling Infobox last updated on 7 February 2015 Dinah Chan Siew Kheng is a road cyclist from Singapore. She participated at the 2010 UCI Road World Championships and 2011 UCI Road World Championships.[1] References[edit] ^ “Dinah Chan”. procyclingstats.com. Retrieved 7 February 2015.  External links[edit]profile at Procyclingstats.com This biographical article relating to Singaporean cycling is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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