Introduction to Bed Head

1. Larvae of bed head

The hydropsychid larval stage, like most Trichoptera larvae, is spent entirely in fresh water. They construct dwellings known as "retreats", which are fixed to the sides of rocks. These retreats are typically composed of collected plant and mineral fragments. At the large open end of their retreats, hydropsychids spin a net or sieve made of fine silk, similar to the silk produced by the larval form of the Lepidoptera (caterpillars), one of their close relatives. These nets catch algae, detritus, and smaller invertebrates. Different genera spin nets of different mesh sizes and shapes depending on what food type they are targeting. Because of this technique of food collection, hydropsychids require flowing water to ensnare items of food into their nets.

Hydropsychids are capable of performing a defensive stridulation in their larval stages. Individuals stridulate to dissuade other hydropsychids from attempts to steal their retreats. When individuals abandon, or become dislodged from, their retreats, they must build or seize a new retreat. "Home-less" hydropsychids will sometimes search out retreats currently occupied by another member of their species. This can result in a confrontation between individuals, each vying for ownership of an established retreat. Stridulating warns foes that a retreat is occupied and attempting to enter is unwise. This noise is made by running their femurs across ridges on the undersides of their heads. It is still unclear whether this noise is also used to dissuade insect predators.

AnatomyHydropsychid larvae are unique from most Trichoptera due to their fully scleritized dorsum. Only the Hydroptilidae family share this characteristic with the hydropsychids. This feature combined with branched gills running along ventral surface of their abdomens differentiate the hydropsychids from all other trichopterans. The hydropsychids have large anal prolegs equipped with hooks, allowing them to grasp the side of rocks in river and stream beds. Individuals are easily identified without the use of a lens by their large, curved bodies. In India four subfamilies (Arctopsychinae, Martynov 1924, Diplectroninae, Ulmer 1951, Hydropsychinae, Curtis 1835, Macronematinae, Ulmer 1905) have been reported so far which includes 15 genera and 128 species.

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2. Sam Cardinelli of bed head

Samuele Cardinelli (born Salvatore Cardinella; September 3, 1869 - Apr 15, 1921) was a Chicago mobster, extortionist, and leader of Cardinelli Gang during the 1920s.

With lieutenants Nicholas "The Choir Boy" Viana, only age 18, and Frank Campione, Cardinelli led one of the most dominant Black Hand gangs in Chicago prior to Prohibition. Robbing hundreds of hotels, speakeasies, and illegal gambling parlors throughout the decade, the Cardinelli gang terrorized Chicago's Little Italy through a six-year bombing campaign between 1915 and 1918. This murderous campaign resulted in 20 deaths and hundreds wounded (Viana was suspected in at least 15 murders alone). Cardinelli's organization would remain the leading Italian-American criminal organization in the city, including the Johnny Torrio-Al Capone gang, during the early years of Prohibition.

Cardinelli, also known as "Il Diavolo" (The Devil), was arrested by the Chicago police Homicide Squad for the 1919 murder of saloon owner Andrew P. Bowman and sentenced to hang on October 11, 1920. Following a decision by the US Supreme Court on March 4, 1921 supporting the ruling, Cardinelli was executed on Apr 15, 1921.

On the day of his execution, Cardinelli refused to walk to the gallows. He was strapped to a chair, carried to the gallows, and was hanged, chair and all. After the execution, the jail attendants took his body to an ambulance, which had been hired by his family. Inside, a jail attendant noticed a nurse, a doctor, and another man, as well as hot water bottles. The attendant contacted a deputy warden, who delayed the body for an hour. When it was finally released, a guard saw the nurse rub Cardinelli's cheeks and wrists, and the doctor prepare an injection. A police car stopped the ambulance, and the apparent attempt to revive the dead mobster. (The ambulance was found to have a specially heated bed, an oxygen tank, an electric battery and various syringes.)

One newspaper story says that a similar ambulance had waited for Viana, who was executed on December 10, 1920. Viana was taken to a room about two blocks from the jail with where he was successfully revived to test the system before Cardinelli's execution. Viana was then killed because he had snitched against the Cardinella gang.

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3. The virus of bed head

The Historias Ineditas comic book, which is mostly a prequel to the film series, suggests that while in the attic, Medeiros was able to remember her life as a "pure and pretty" girl, and that she lived in sadness due to her fate of being possessed by something evil. The second film states that the demon inside her can control the infected people and communicate through them, and the third film features Medeiros as the infected's reflection in the mirror, intensifying the idea that she is the seed of the outbreak.

Despite its supernatural origins, the demonic virus is described as working like a common virus in human blood. The time of symptom onset varies between each blood type, with some people immediately becoming blood-thirsty creatures, and others taking some time, languishing before the virus takes effect. The possessed people can be stalled by religious forces such as the recitation of scripture, generally evoked by a priest. The Medeiros demon manifests itself when religiously forced, in an exorcism-like ritual. They also manifest the eerie ability of mimicking the voices of others in order to trick and attack their victims.

Similar to the "infestation" (a supposed form of demonic possession), it also may affect animals. Apart from Jennifer's dog Max, the Historias Ineditas comic book explores an outbreak in a zoo, from where its infected animals (including the corpse of Copito de Nieve, the albino gorilla) then escape, on the same night as the first and second films' events.

According to the third film, the outbreak is actually the beginning (genesis) of freedom for the demons that managed to escape the darkness they were trapped in by God. In keeping with this, The Medeiros creature in the first two films seems to exist in a slightly different plane of reality than everyone else: It can only be seen (and can only attack and infect others) when there is total darkness. As well as the creature being revealed when the night vision of a camera is turned on, the geography of the apartment where it was confined changes in darkness as well: When a member of the GEO unit is pulled into a bath full of water in the apartment and the light is then turned on, the bath has been replaced by a more traditional sink unit and the man has vanished.

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4. Reviews of bed head

Although some serious readers of the Holocaust may find this story too contrived and trifling, other young adults may be hooked by the present and past connection between the lives of today's students and those teenagers who had lived and died during this tragic event. Genre: Holocaust. 2001, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 291 pp. Ages 12 up. Reviewer: Kay Park Haas; Ottawa, Kansas

Based on the authors' off-Broadway play of the same title, this is a powerful and affecting story. Narrated by Nicole, it makes the deprivations and degradation of the Nazi occupation come alive. Even if Nicole's trip back in time stretches belief, her emotions are always credible, from her changing feelings toward her family to her romance with her Paris boyfriend (the boy who ignored her in America), her boredom and terror while in hiding, and her bravery as she and her sister are being transported toward a concentration camp. This gripping story is an excellent companion to The Diary of Anne Frank and to studies of the Holocaust. KLIATT Codes: JS*Exceptional book, recommended for junior and senior high school students. 2001, Penguin Putnam, 292p, 00-055251, Ages 13 to 18. Reviewer: Paula Rohrlick; May 2001 (Vol. 35 No. 3)

Based on Bennett and Gottesman's 1997 play of the same name, this novel modernizes Nicole's story with the addition of the Internet, and the characters of Mrs. Litzger-Gold and Doom help to emphasize the importance of witnessing, remembering, and seeking truth. Shallow and apathetic, Nicole Burns reaches across time in this complex coming-of-age, time-travel novel that manages the many allusion-based plot threads well. As Nicole Bernhardt shares a cattle car with Anne Frank, she identifies with the girl and the story that Nicole Burns dismissed. Nicole Burns returns to her world with a better understanding of how honoring the truth about the past will help to safeguard the future. Young adults who have read Anne Frank's diary ... might be motivated to read more about the Holocaust. VOYA CODES: 4Q 4P J S (Better than most, marred only by occasional lapses; Broad general YA appeal; Junior High, defined as grades 7 to 9; Senior High, defined as grades 10 to 12). 2001, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 352p, . Ages 13 to 18. Reviewer: Lucy Schall SOURCE: VOYA, April 2001 (Vol. 24, No.1)

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5. The Bonny Bunch of Roses of bed head

"The Bonny Bunch of Roses" (Roud 664, Laws J5) is a folk song written by an unknown balladeer from the British Isles, presumably with Irish sympathies.

The earliest known version of the tune is in William Christie's Tradition Ballad Airs, Volume 2 (1881), but there is another tune, of Irish origin. There is an obvious difficulty in identifying the narrator's voice. It is a conversation between Napoleon's son (Napoleon II, 1811-1832, named King of Rome by his father upon birth) and his mother (Marie Louise, Duchess of Parma, Napoleon's second wife, whom he married after divorcing Josephine). The sentiment is sympathetic to Napoleon but is also patriotic. Napoleon was defeated because he failed to beware of the 'bonny bunch of roses' - England, Scotland and Ireland whose unity cannot be broken.

The Irish, who were themselves in an unequal union with Britain during the 18th and 19th centuries, were divided in their attitudes towards Napoleon Bonaparte. Many thousands of Irishmen served in the British Army during the Napoleonic Wars in both in English and Scottish regiments and in Irish ones like the Connaught Rangers and the Inniskilling Dragoons for example, many of them giving their lives in the struggle against Napoleon and displaying much valour in the process. However, at the same time, Napoleon knew that among certain people there was some bitterness towards British rule in Ireland, much as there was towards French rule in his native Corsica, as he well knew. Thus he decided to emulate the British in their support of Corsican rebels against Revolutionary France by supporting an heroic but ultimately doomed Irish rebellion, inspired by the egalitarian principles of the Enlightenment, which has come to be known as the 1798. With this in mind, it should perhaps come as no great surprise then if Napoleon's bravery captivated the imagination of a segment of the Irish population, nor his defiance even in defeat. United Irishmen and their sympathisers it can perhaps be deduced also adored the tragic story of the romance between the doomed emperor and his second wife, Marie Louise, which would explain why her words tell the story of Bonaparte's fall. On the other hand, the song stresses the unity of the English, Scots and Irish, suggesting acknowledgement of a common British identity in opposition to France and Napoleon among the soldiers from those three nations at the time.

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An Introduction to bed headSir George Sondes, 1st Earl of Feversham KB (November 1599 16 April 1677) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1626 and 1676 and was then created a peer and member of the House of LordsLife of bed headSondes was born at Lees Court, in the parish of Sheldwich, near Faversham in Kent, the son of Sir Richard Sondes (15711645) of Throwley and his wife Susan Montagu, daughter of Sir Edward Montagu of Boughton House. He was educated at Queens' College, Cambridge, where he entered in 1615, and where his tutor was John Preston; but he does not appear to have proceeded to a degree. He entered the Middle Temple in 1619.Sondes was created a Knight of the Bath at the coronation of Charles I on 2 February 1626. In 1626 he was elected Member of Parliament for Higham Ferrers. He was re-elected MP for Higham Ferrers in 1628 and sat until 1629 when King Charles decided to rule without parliament for eleven years. He was High Sheriff of Kent for 1636-37.On the outbreak of the First English Civil War he was named a deputy lieutenant for Kent, and was on the royalist committee for the county in 1643. As a result, he suffered greatly in his estate, and was imprisoned from 1645, first in Upnor Castle and then in the Tower of London. He was released from the Tower in May 1650, but not finally discharged until 25 June following, after compounding for his estate by a payment of 3,350. On his release, he began rebuilding Lees Court from the plans of Inigo Jones.Whilst both were youths, one of Sondes' sons killed another in 1655. Freeman, the youngest murdered his elder brother George whilst he was asleep in his bed. Freeman was taken to Maidstone to be tried before the Assizes. He was convicted and executed for the crime at Pennendenheath a fortnight after the crime. The body was then laid to rest in the church of Bersted.Sondes's was blamed for moral remissness. He had failed (it was said) to continue the endowment of Throwley free school as purposed by his father, had improperly executed the will of his father-in-law, Sir Ralph Freeman, and had generally mismanaged his sons' education. Sir George answered the charges in a 'Plaine Narrative to the World, of all Passages upon the Death of his Two Sonnes' (London, 1655).At the English Restoration in 1660, Sondes was again made deputy lieutenant of Kent. In 1661, he was elected MP for Ashburton in the Cavalier Parliament. He sat for that constituency until 1676, when he was created Earl of Feversham, Viscount Sondes, and Baron of Throwley.Feversham died at Lees Court, without male issue, at the age of about 77. Thomas Southouse dedicated his Monasticon Favershamiense to Sondes in 1671.Family of bed headFeversham was twice married: first, in 1632, to Jane Freeman, daughter and heiress of Ralph Freeman of Aspenden, Hertfordshire, Lord Mayor of London in 16334 and his wife Jane Crouch, by whom he had three sons: Freeman, who died an infant, George, and a second Freeman. He married, secondly, on 25 February 1656, at St Paul's, Covent Garden, Mary Villiers, daughter of Sir William Villiers, of Brooksby. By his second wife he had two daughters: Mary, baptised in Sheldwich church on 15 March 1657 and Catherine, baptised on 20 April 1658.On 7 August 1655, the younger son, Freeman, aged eighteen or nineteen, apparently actuated by jealousy, killed his elder brother George, while he asleep in an upper room in Lees Court, by a blow on the back of the head with a cleaver. The murderer, who at once told his father of his crime, was taken to Maidstone next day and arraigned at Maidstone assize on 9 August. He pleaded guilty, was sentenced to death, and was hanged at Maidstone on 21 August. The fratricide proved a theme for the pulpit: Robert Boreman at once issued 'A Mirrour of Mercy and Judgment, or an exact true narrative of the Life and Death of Freeman Sonds, Esq.,' 1655. There followed from other pens 'The Devils Reign upon Earth, being a Relation of several sad and bloudy Murthers lately committed, especially that of Sir George Sonds his son upon his own brother ....' London, 1655; and 'A Funeral Elegie upon the Death of George Sonds, Esq. ... by William Annand Junior of Throwllgh, whereunto is annexed a Prayer compiled by his sorrowful Father,' 1655..Sondes was succeeded in his titles by special remainder by his son-in-law, Louis de Duras, 2nd Earl of Feversham, who had married his daughter, Lady Mary Sondes, on 9 March 1676. His other daughter, Lady Catherine Sondes, married Lewis Watson on 17 July 1677. Watson became Baron Rockingham in 1689, and upon the death of the second Earl of Feversham, was created Baron Throwley, Viscount Sondes of Lees Court, and Earl of Rockingham (19 October 1714).
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Depends on what the occasion is. Are you just looking for every day type stuff? Do you want to incorporate your tomboy style into some new outfits that are also fashionable, or do you want to leave that aside? A quick way to glam up is to wear skinny jeans instead of bigger ones, they are not uncomfortable like they appear either. If you do not want to be too girly wear them with a nice checked shirt. If you must stick to baggier jeans (as I often like to do) go for the trendy 'boyfriend' jeans which are comfy and roomy (you can find them easily at Topshop, HNM etc) and match them with a tighter fitting top like a nice Superdry slim fit, a band t-shirt or a vest top (if you are self conscious about your athletic figure, wear a cardigan. I think tomboy is quite popular at the moment anyway, the rock-chick, boyfriend style, bed head, just-threw-this-together-at-the-last-minute-look and military styles are huge. Especially masculine tailoring. An easy way to tidy up a tomboy look is to wear casual clothes but with styled hair (ie. curled/straightened) or put on a little make-up (eyeliner and a good concealer for under your eyes and any imperfections will change things around instantly!) Here's a list of stuff that comes nicely between tom boy and feminine/fashion, they can all the dressed up or down: * Casual blazer, very hot right now, look great with jeans and t-shirt. *High waisted skirts (or dark denim shorts for a rockier edge) give a flattering, more feminine shape. Match with converse if it feels more 'you'. *Skinny fit t-shirts/vest - sexy and casual *Leather jackets *Boyfriend jeans *Miltary style (dark greens, gold buttons, shoulder pads) and Sailor/Nautical style clothes (ie lots of stripes, blues, reds..) You can easily embrace your inner tom boy and be a sexy, fashionable female : )1. Best hair product for damaged hair? Help!?I recently answered a question similiar to this, so here goes; CHI! I absoulely LOVE CHI! It's amazing. It adds shine, silkyness, and there's no build up. What you need is CHI Silk Infusion & CHI Keratin Mist. Apply the Keratin Mist 3 times a week, and the Silk Infusion is leave-in. Only apply a dime-sized amount. If you need a heat protectant, use CHI 44 Iron Guard. Now, if you are someone who's on a budget; Heat Protectant: Got2B Guardian Angel, or Tresemm Heat Protection. Shampoo Conditioner: Bed Head Self Absorbed or Moisture Maniac. You can purchase almost all of these products on folica.com or drugstore.com Also, if you are using a cheaper flat iron/curling iron, you might want to invest in a ceramic flat iron like Solia or CHI. Folica has great sales, and they usually range under $100, plus shipping is free in the Continental US! Also, if you do not want to purchase anything, I reccommend just shampooing every other day, and making sure that you comb your hair so that the natural oil in your hair distributes evenly. Rinse in cold water, and try to cut back on hairspray, etc. if you use any, and stay out of the sun! ;p Also, do NOT buy Pantene/Garnier because these products are cheap and contain silicone, which is basically what gives the hair its shine. It may look nice at first, but in the long run you tend to get build up, and the silicone suffocates the hair, locking OUT moisture. Good luck!2. What shampoo and conditioner is best for getting healthy hair?Get a professional brand. Vo5 and herbal essences adds a waxy build up to the hair. Go to a salon and ask a professional. Brand does make a difference. Paul mitchell always has good stuff, so does matrix, bed head, redken, and biolage is good too,. for more hair care , color and styles tips go to hairtips.cz.cc Hope this helps!3. Which is better, hairspray or hairgel?Gel is for adding body and volume.Hair spray is for hold.So hair spray is the way to go for longer hold .But you need a good style in the hair to hold first.That is what gel is for.You use the gel before you blow dry to get the amount of body and volume you want. Then use hair spray to keep it . Sexy hair has some great products . Bed Head is another and redken there are lots of good brands find someone who's hair you like and ask them what they use
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Geographic and stratigraphic range of bed headThe Belle Fourche Shale of northeastern Wyoming has about 400 to 800 feet of noncalcareous shale between the siliceous Mowry Shale below and the calcareous Greenhorn Formation above. It contains large ironstone concretions in the lower 50 feet of the formation. Bentonite beds are present throughout the shale. Of the shale that extends into Alberta, the formation primarily consists of shale, siltstone, and sandstone. The sandstones in southeastern Alberta and southwestern Saskatchewan are shallow gas reservoirs.While the Belle Fourche Shale is dated to the Cenomian, most of the fossils discovered there are from the uppermost portion, more than 500 feet above the base of the formation. 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It was a fine dining restaurant that was awarded one Michelin star in 1966 and retained that rating until 1980.Arnold van Doesburg was the head chef and owner of the restaurant in the period 19602005.Het Oude Jachthuis, represented by Arnold van Doesburg, was one of the founders of Alliance Gastronomique Nerlandaise The family Van Doesburg still runs Het Oude Jachthuis, but added a bed and breakfast in 2005.The restaurant is located in a former farm/village pub, close to the A28. It is a listed building.In 1967, during a visit to the province Drenthe, Prince Claus was received in Het Oude Jachthuis by the provincial officials.------Gallery of extant copies of bed headThere are currently thirteen known extant copies of Europe a Prophecy. Because of Blake's production process of hand colouring each print, each image has its own unique qualities. The following images of The Ancient of Days are those available via the digital archiving project, the William Blake Archive:The Ancient of Days in Europe a Prophecy copy B from the Glasgow University LibraryThe Ancient of Days in Europe a Prophecy copy D from the British MuseumThe Ancient of Days in Europe a Prophecy copy E from the Library of CongressThe G copy, Morgan Library & MuseumThe Ancient of Days in Europe a Prophecy copy H from the Houghton LibraryThe Ancient of Days in Europe a Prophecy copy K from the Fitzwilliam Museum
Understanding the Bed Head
An Introduction to bed headLiz Lochhead (born 26 December 1947) is a Scottish poet, playwright, translator and broadcaster. Between 2011 and 2016 she was the Makar, or National Poet of Scotland.Honours and awards of bed headIn 2005, Lochhead became the Poet Laureate for Glasgow, a position she held until stepping down in 2011, when she was named as the second Scots Makar, or national poet of Scotland, succeeding Edwin Morgan who had died the previous year. She stepped down from this role in February 2016, and was succeeded by Jackie Kay in March 2016.She is currently the Honorary President of the Caledonian Cultural Fellows at Glasgow Caledonian University. and holds honorary doctorates from ten of Scotland's universities.She was writer in residence at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in 1980 and later at Glasgow University, The University of Edinburgh, Glasgow School of Art, the Royal Shakespeare Company, and Eton.In 2014 she was elected a Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.In 2015 Liz Lochhead was awarded the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry. Lochhead is only the 11th woman to have been awarded the prize since its inception in 1933, and the eighth Scot.Career of bed headHaving written poetry as a child and whilst studying at Art School, Liz Lochhead won a BBC Scotland Poetry Competition in 1971 and Gordon Wright published her first collection of Poetry, Memo For Spring in 1972 under his Reprographia imprint.It is often claimed that at this time Lochhead was part of a Philip Hobsbaum writers' group, a crucible of creative activity with other members including Alasdair Gray, James Kelman, Tom Leonard, Aonghas MacNeacail and Jeff Torrington, Liz Lochhead has repeatedly claimed this to be an invention. She has however recalled the support and inspiration she drew from the Scottish poetry scene of the early 1970s and meetings with the elder generation - Norman MacCaig, Edwin Morgan, Robert Garioch - and with contemporaries such as Leonard, Kelman and Gray. Lochhead went on to produce revue shows with Leonard and Gray, including Tickly Mince, and The Pie of Damocles. Other the following years Lochhead published further collections Islands (1978) and The Grimm Sisters (1979) and moved first to Toronto as part of the first Scottish/Canadian writers exchange and later made her home in New York. In 1986 she returned permanently to Glasgow.Lochhead's success in poetry was rivalled by her writing for the theatre. Her plays include Blood and Ice (1982), Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off (1987), Perfect Days (2000) and a highly acclaimed adaptation into Scots of Molire's Tartuffe (1985). She adapted the medieval texts of the York Mystery Plays, performed by a largely amateur cast at York Theatre Royal in 1992 and 1996. Her adaptation of Euripides' Medea won the Saltire Society Scottish Book of the Year Award in 2001. Her plays have been performed on BBC Radio 4: Blood and Ice (11 June 1990), The Perfect Days (16 May 1999), Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off (11 February 2001) and The Stanley Baxter Playhouse: Mortal Memories (26 June 2006). Her adaptation of Helen Simpson's short story Burns and the Bankers was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Burns Night, 25 January 2012. Her plays Educating Agnes and Thebans premiered in the early 2000s, and in 2011 as part of the Glasgay Festival, Liz Lochhead's play Edwin Morgan's Dreams and Other Nightmares premiered at the Tron and it was revived three years later as part of the cultural celebrations for the commonwealth games. She has produced many new works for the Oran Mor in Glasgow, including Mortal Memories (2012) and Between the Thinks Bubble and the Speech Balloon (2014) with Tom Leonard, William Letford, Grace Cleary, and Henry Bell.Like her work for theatre, her poetry is alive with vigorous speech idioms; later collections include True Confessions and New Clichs (1985), Bagpipe Muzak (1991), Dreaming Frankenstein: and Collected Poems (1984), The Colour of Black and White (2003) and A Choosing (2011). Liz Lochhead also enjoys writing songs and combining poetry with music and she has collaborated with Dundee singer-songwriter Michael Marra to whom she dedicated the poem 'Ira and George'. as well as providing guest vocals on the track 'Trouble is Not a Place' from the 2014 EP The Bird That Never Flew by Glaswegian experimental hip hop group Hector Bizerk. She has also collaborated extensively with saxophonist Steve Kettley and Dundonian band The Hazey Janes.Liz Lochhead performs internationally in theatres and literary festivals, as well as appearing regularly at nights around Glasgow and Edinburgh.
I'm a Guy. How Can I Get My Bed-head Hair Down in the Morning Without Using Gel Or Water?
Sometime people are surprized that scrunching can add wave to their hair. I use either Fructis curl shaping spray or aussie scrunch spray. Just a hint...lean over with your head pointing toward the ground then spray short sprits in hair while scrunch hair in your hand towards your scalp. Keep doing this until you hair has some wavy definition. If you have a diffuser at the end of yur hairdryer use that too while your head is down and your scrunching...Just a thought1. What type of conditioner should I use?i like bed head, and aussie a lot!2. Best hair product for damaged hair? Help!?I recently answered a question similiar to this, so here goes; CHI! I absoulely LOVE CHI! It's amazing. It adds shine, silkyness, and there's no build up. What you need is CHI Silk Infusion & CHI Keratin Mist. Apply the Keratin Mist 3 times a week, and the Silk Infusion is leave-in. Only apply a dime-sized amount. If you need a heat protectant, use CHI 44 Iron Guard. Now, if you are someone who's on a budget; Heat Protectant: Got2B Guardian Angel, or Tresemm Heat Protection. Shampoo Conditioner: Bed Head Self Absorbed or Moisture Maniac. You can purchase almost all of these products on folica.com or drugstore.com Also, if you are using a cheaper flat iron/curling iron, you might want to invest in a ceramic flat iron like Solia or CHI. Folica has great sales, and they usually range under $100, plus shipping is free in the Continental US! Also, if you do not want to purchase anything, I reccommend just shampooing every other day, and making sure that you comb your hair so that the natural oil in your hair distributes evenly. Rinse in cold water, and try to cut back on hairspray, etc. if you use any, and stay out of the sun! ;p Also, do NOT buy Pantene/Garnier because these products are cheap and contain silicone, which is basically what gives the hair its shine. It may look nice at first, but in the long run you tend to get build up, and the silicone suffocates the hair, locking OUT moisture. Good luck!3. which shampoo/conditioner is best for....?DON'T get Tresemme!!! After a wile it gets a funky smell =p Herbal Essences works REALLY well on my hair =) also Bed Head!4. please help! please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i need help!!!!!!!?-flat stomach-sit ups? eat good :] -acne-pro active it's awesomee! -shiny hair-good shampoo.. bed head or fruticious?- -teeth-crest whitening strips. cheap and effective -hair-again the shampoo. -makeup-go to a place that will teach you some are free. -lips-chap stick. -tan-go tanning haha. -nails-do not bite or anything.. go natural. -straightner-CHI! -taller-grow? ha sorry. -development-padded bra. -muscle-work out.. girls do not end up looking like guys unless thats what they are trying to do. -i have blue eyes and fair skin and i have blonde hair but if you do not want that try a lighter brown and maybe some blonde highlights.5. Will Sulfate free shampoo help with overprocessed hair?i use bed head and paul micthell products most of the time..they have a great line of stuff...id look into their products...hope i helped...=)6. What straightener is best for really stubborn hair?BED HEAD! :]] chi is bad!7. what is right for my hair?I have this product called bed head after party and the bottle is pink u put it on ur hair wet or dry I like it cuz it smells good and it does not frizz .it makes ur hair so soft I use it everyday and my hair is super soft I also use dove cond. And shampoo. Its really good my hair grows fast . U should try that8. What is the best after shampoo hair glaze to use?Bed Head has a great one, but sorry, I do not recall the name9. How can I make my hair more blonde?Try spritzing sun in or lemon juice and going to the beach or taking a walk on a sunny day. You could also try buying a purple shampoo/ conditioner set or John Frieda and Bed Head have blonde collections.10. which one: sedu or solia flat iron?sedu is the best i have had chi's, bed head, ghd, paul mitchell, fhi, and many others and the sedu works the best
Knowledge About Bed Head | Affusion and the Bible of Bed Head
Affusion and the Bible of bed headIn the New Testament book of Acts, the baptism of the Holy Spirit is sometimes described, as a pouring out of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:17,18,33; Acts 10:45). Luke, the author of Acts, uses the word "baptism" to describe a "pouring," which seems to indicate that the word "baptism" can refer to pouring and not just dipping or immersing. It may also indicate that Lukes concept of baptism includes, or allows for, baptism by pouring. For instance, on Pentecost, the disciples were baptized with the Holy Spirit by having the Spirit poured out on them from heaven not by being dipped in the Holy Spirit until they were completely immersed.Submersionists say that passages like these do not directly speak to the issue of water baptism because they are, strictly speaking, about baptism with the Holy Spirit. Affusionists think they indirectly apply to water baptism, though, by telling us something about the general concept of baptism, regardless of whether the medium of baptism is water or Spirit.Affusionists see more evidence that Lukes concept of baptism includes pouring by noting an additional possible connection between water baptism and Holy Spirit baptism. In Acts 10, Peter is astonished that the gift of the Holy Spirit had been poured out even on the Gentiles (Acts 10:45). Peter responds by saying, Can anyone keep these people from being baptized with water? They have received the Holy Spirit just as we have" (Acts 10:47).Affusionists read Peter to be saying "by having the Spirit poured out on them, these people already have been baptized with the Spirit, so why not actually baptize them with water." They understand Peters words to imply that water baptism is a symbolic picture of the Holy Spirit baptism. If this is right, affusionists contend, then water baptism should be, or, at least, can be, by pouring, because the baptism with the Holy Spirit of which it is a picture occurs by pouring.Also noteworthy to affusionists is that, in Luke 11:38, the word ebaptisth is used in the Greek and baptizatus is used in the Latin. Both words are used, in other passages, to mean baptism. But in that verse of Luke, the "washing" referred to is partial, like affusion.------David Griffiths (rugby league) of bed headDavid Griffiths is a former rugby union footballer and coach and rugby league footballer. he turned to coaching in 1998, having been forced to retire early after being injured whilst playing Rugby Union Sevens in Hong Kong (1997).As a Physical Education teacher, he contributed initially to developing youth rugby union and rugby league, coaching the NLD representative and school sides. He combined teaching with a return to professional rugby in 2001, coaching Hull Kingston Rovers (2002/2005), Bradford Bulls (2006/2007) and Doncaster (2008/2009).During the same period he supported the development of Amateur University Rugby League and Union, supporting Sheffield Hallam University, Leeds University, and the Celtic Nations select side that defeated England 31-18 at Belle Vue Stadium. He also held the voluntary position; Director of RL Deutschland (20052010) putting in place administrative and coaching resources that aided the development and growth of Rugby Union & League in Germany.The period 20062013 was successful for the school 1st XV (Mount St Mary's College) and the professional clubs David supported. Which led to him being head hunted to Loretto School, Scotland in 2013.The move only enabled David to support the Bill McLaren Foundation Charity; the SRU (working with former Leeds Rhinos player Gary Mercer) as SRU National Selector, and in 2014/15 he completed his UKCC Level Three & UKCC Coach Educator Qualifications.In 2015 David was recruited to a senior leadership post in Asia. Prior to taking the post David enabled St Bedes, a prep school that he supports, to return as the coaching hub for the Staffordshire county. This was later expanded to include support of the Scottish Exiles, and host venue for the annual coaching conference, which in 2015 had New Zealand former player Zinzan Brook in attendance.In September 2015 in addition to the senior leadership post in School (Asia), he was recruited to support the CRFA, initially as National Team Coach and then in an expanded role as Technical Advisor in November 2015.------Mary River (Alaska) of bed headMary River is a waterway in the U.S. state of Alaska. Situated on the northwestern portion of Seward Peninsula, it was included in the Agiapuk River mining district.The Mary River has a length of about 20 miles (32km) and flows into the upper end of Imuruk Basin. About 5 miles (8.0km) from its mouth, the river forks, the two branches being of about equal size. The lower part of the course of the Mary River is within the flats which border Imuruk Basin. Above these flats, the valleys of the two branches of the Mary River are wide, and within them, the rivers meander over broad flood plains. Between the forks of the river there is a broad, flat-topped ridge, with an elevation of 700 feet (210m), which is partly covered with washed gravel. At the edge of the Imuruk lowlands, where the Mary River enters them, there are gravel bluffs and isolated gravel buttes. These bluffs and buttes are remnants of a higher gravel plain. On the ridge between the forks of the Mary River, there are two low, rocky buttes, which, on account of the general low relief of the region, stand out as landmarks. These buttes are composed of white crystalline limestone, whose bedding is obscured by jointing and cleavage. Except for these buttes, the bed rock, as indicated by fragments found on the surface, consists of calcareous mica schists. The Kuzitrin slates form a broad belt of dark schistose quartzites between the Mary River and the Kuzitrin at Mary's Igloo. About the heads of the two branches of the Mary River, the bed rock consists of calcareous and graphitic schists similar to those on Igloo and Budd creeks, tributaries of the American River. Little bed rock is exposed on the Mary River. Gold is not known to have been found on this river.------Causes of bed headA malfunctioning bladder sphincter, leading to retrograde ejaculation, may be a result either of:Autonomic nervous system dysfunction. (Dysautonomia)Operation on the prostate. It is a common complication of transurethral resection of the prostate, a procedure in which prostate tissue is removed, slice by slice, through a resectoscope passed along the urethra.It can also be caused by a retroperitoneal lymph node dissection for testicular cancer if nerve pathways to the bladder sphincter are damaged, with the resulting retrograde ejaculation being either temporary or permanent. Modern nerve-sparing techniques seek to reduce this risk; however, it may also occur as the result of Green Light Laser prostate surgery.Surgery on the bladder neck accounted for about ten percent of the cases of retrograde ejaculation or anejaculation reported in a literature review.Retrograde ejaculation is a common side effect of medications, such as tamsulosin, that are used to relax the muscles of the urinary tract, treating conditions such as benign prostatic hyperplasia. By relaxing the bladder sphincter muscle, the likelihood of retrograde ejaculation is increased.The medications that mostly cause it are antidepressant and antipsychotic medication, as well as NRIs such as atomoxetine; patients experiencing this phenomenon tend to quit the medications.Retrograde ejaculation can also be a complication of diabetes, especially in cases of diabetics with long term poor blood sugar control. This is due to neuropathy of the bladder sphincter. Post-pubertal males (aged 17 to 20 years) who experience repeated episodes of retrograde ejaculation are often diagnosed with urethral stricture disease shortly after the initial complaint arises. It is currently not known whether a congenital malformation of the bulbous urethra is responsible, or if pressure applied to the base of the penis or perineum immediately preceding ejaculatory inevitability may have inadvertently damaged the urethra. This damage is most often seen within 0.5cm of the ejaculatory duct (usually distal to the duct).Retrograde ejaculation can also result from pinching closed the urethral opening, to avoid creating a mess upon ejaculation (known as Hughes' technique).Conditions which can affect bladder neck muscleMedications to treat high blood pressure, benign prostate hyperplasia, mood disorders, surgery on the prostate and nerve injury (which may occur in multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury or diabetes).------History and classification of bed headMacabeemyrma ovata is known only from a single fossil specimen: a mostly complete adult queen, preserved as a compression fossil in fine-grained shale. The shale is from fossiliferous outcrops at the McAbee Fossil Beds, part of an unnamed formation in the Kamloops group which outcrops east of Cache Creek in British Columbia, Canada. The holotype specimen was collected by an unknown person and donated to Thompson Rivers University in 2002. The specimen was described by Bruce Archibald, Stefan Cover and Corrie Moreau of Harvard University's Museum of Comparative Zoology, with their 2006 type description of the genus and species. The generic name Macabeemyrma is a toponym of the type locality at McAbeea combined with the Greek myrmex, meaning "ant". The specific epithet ovata, from the Latin "ovatus" meaning "egg shaped", refers to the shape of the head capsule.Archibald and colleagues originally classified Macabeemyrma as incertae sedis (Latin for "of uncertain placement") within the ant subfamily Myrmeciinae, as it could not be confidently placed into any ant tribe. However, in a 2008 paper, Cesare Baroni Urbani of the University of Basel, Switzerland, noted that the specimen shares some traits found in other ant subfamilies and some wasps, and lacks key diagnostic traits (synapomorphies) of the ant family, Formicidae, and thus argued Macabeemyrma could only be confidently classified as incertae sedis within the order Hymenoptera. A subsequent report describing new fossil myrmecines accepted the classification of Archibald and colleagues without comment on the views of Baroni Urbani.The following cladograms generated by Archibald and colleagues show two possible phylogenetic positions of Macabeemyrma among some ants of the subfamily Myrmeciinae; the cladogram on the right included three additional extinct genera compared to that on the left. They suggest that Macabeemyrma ovata and other extinct ants such as Avitomyrmex and Ypresiomyrma may be closely related to the living Nothomyrmecia macrops.------The Tale of Beryn of bed headThe Tale of Beryn is the first tale told on the journey back to the Tabard Inn in Southwark. Told by the Merchant, it is a long tale of 3,290 lines. Its portrayal of merchants in a positive (or at least neutral) light make it peculiar in the Middle Ages. Beryn is the son of Faunus and Agea, a wealthy couple in Rome. Beryn's parents do not discipline him as a child, but instead allow him to gamble as much as he desires. Beryn frequently gambles away all of his possessions, including the shirt on his back. When Agea dies, Faunus swears to never marry again, but after three years of living without a wife, the Emperor of Rome changes Faunus' mind. Now eighteen, Beryn has continued to gamble, but his new stepmother Rame disapproves of the lack of discipline with which Agea and Faunus have raised Beryn. Rame makes Faunus talk to Beryn about correcting his gambling habit. Full of foolish pride, Beryn fights with his father. Beryn then visits his mother's grave, where his father finds him to offer him knighthood. Beryn rejects the offer preferring instead to leave Rome in attempt to find his fortune in Egypt. Before arriving, his ship is blown off course to an unknown land. In this land, all law is decided via lawsuits and a clever lie is more valuable than truth. Here Beryn decides to gamble on a game of chess, resulting in a complete loss of his possessions. Beryn is then falsely accused of being someone else, stealing a blind man's eyes, and impregnating someone's daughter. He is then sued by his accusers, but since the truth is not a legitimate defence in the land's court, Beryn's accusers seem to be undefeatable. That is until a jester named Geoffrey comes to Beryn's aid by telling better lies about the prosecution, than those told about Beryn. Due to Geoffrey's clever lies, the court rules in Beryn's favour and his gambled possessions are returned
Knowledge About Bed Head: Interpretation of Bed Head
Interpretation of bed headIn 1984, philosopher Merold Westphal said that the story depicts "death as an enemy which (1) leads us to deceive ourselves, (2) robs us of the meaning of life, and (3) puts us in solitary confinement." In 1997, psychologist Mark Freeman wrote:Tolstoy's book is about many things: the tyranny of bourgeois niceties, the terrible weak spots of the human heart, the primacy and elision of death. But more than anything, I would offer, it is about the consequences of living without meaning, that is, without a true and abiding connection to one's life ... (384)Indeed, the mundane portrayal of Ivan's life coupled with the dramatization of his long and grueling battle with death seems to directly reflect Tolstoy's theories about moral living, which he largely derived during his sabbatical from personal and professional duties in 1877. In his lectures on Russian literature, Russian-born novelist and critic Vladimir Nabokov argues that, for Tolstoy, a sinful life (such as Ivan's) is moral death. Therefore, death, the return of the soul to God, is, for Tolstoy, moral life. To quote Nabokov: "The Tolstoyan formula is: Ivan lived a bad life and since the bad life is nothing but the death of the soul, then Ivan lived a living death; and since beyond death is God's living light, then Ivan died into a new life Life with a capital L."Death permeates the narrative in a realistic and absorbing fashion, but the actual physicality of death is only present in the early chapters during Ivan's wake. Instead, the story leads the reader through a pensive, metaphysical exploration of the reason for death and what it means to truly live. Tolstoy was a man who struggled greatly with self-doubt and spiritual reflection, especially as he grew close to his own death in 1910. In his book A Confession, Tolstoy writes:No matter how often I may be told, "You cannot understand the meaning of life so do not think about it, but live," I can no longer do it: I have already done it too long. I cannot now help seeing day and night going round and bringing me to death. That is all I see, for that alone is true. All else is false.This personal epiphany caused significant spiritual upheaval in Tolstoy's life, prompting him to question the Russian Orthodox Church, sexuality, education, serfdom, etc. The literature Tolstoy composed during this period is some of his most controversial and philosophical, among which falls The Death of Ivan Ilyich and other famous short stories such as The Kreutzer Sonata and The Devil. From a biographical standpoint, therefore, it is possible to interpret The Death of Ivan Ilyich as a manifestation of Tolstoy's embroilment with death and the meaning of his own life during his final years. In other words, by dramatizing a particular sort of lifestyle and its unbearable decline, Tolstoy is able to impart his philosophy that success as it is judged by society, such as Ivan Ilyich's, comes at a great moral cost and if one decides to pay this cost, life will become hollow and insincere and therefore worse than death.Martin Heidegger's magnum opus, Being and Time (1927), refers to the novella as an illustration of Being towards death.------Looking Back of bed headA wonderful remembrance of life as a student at Nazareth Hall is from the History of Northampton County by Mathew S. Henry, 1851, Presented by Mrs. John McGrath. The original document is in the possession of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Matthew Henry was a descendant of William Henry, the older, who founded his Gun Factory in Lancaster, and the younger, who moved it to Nazareth (as he refers them in the work). Matthew built the first iron furnace in Northampton County at Jacobsburg in 1824. While his time as a student is not known, it can be inferred from his writing that it occurred long before this volume was written:Schoolmates! will you accompany me to the Garden or pleasure grounds near the Hall? Do you recollect assisting in the planting of those Trees in the lower parts of this Garden, those yet remaining mementos of our toils, now are grown a size that would defy our remaining strength to displace, our arms cannot encircle them; whilst our Shrubbery such as the Rose bushes Sweetbrior, our tulips narcissus and other tender plant have disappeared long time ago. Who of you would not find pleasure in a visit to our bathing place at the Bushkill Creek (three miles north from the Hall) which we called "Klines" our Skaing Ponds in the long Meadow, our ball playing grounds in the woods beyond the Grave Yard. Our Sleigh rides from the upper end of the Grave yard down the hill there towards the Hall. Our excursions to Burrow's (Smith Gap of the Blue Mountain) our hunting the flying Squirrels in the neighboring forests, our taking the black Snakes captive, putting them into our pockets & bosoms in their full vigor, our gathering the hazel nuts Hickory nut Walnut & Chesnut & in these excursions occasionally infringing on the rights of others. Our innocent, gambols diversions of many kind, our likes, our dislikes our quarrels, our fights as miniature men, tell me! my now old & grey headed Men doth not the blood that now usually courses so Sluggishly through our veins, receive an impetus by recurring to those pleasant youthful years of our lives, spent at Nazareth Hall, & that the training then received will not fail to open unto us a blissful eternity, if properly adhered to the maxims then impressed upon our Notice.And in History of the Moravian Church by Joseph Edmond Hutton (born 1868), it is written:At Nazareth the Brethren had a school for boys, known as "Nazareth Hall." If this school never served any other purpose, it certainly taught some rising Americans the value of order and discipline. At meals the boys had to sit in perfect silence; and when they wished to indicate their wants, they did so, not by using their tongues, but by holding up the hand or so many fingers. The school was divided into "rooms"; each "room" contained only fifteen or eighteen pupils; these pupils were under the constant supervision of a master; and this master, who was generally a theological scholar, was the companion and spiritual adviser of his charges. He joined in all their games, heard them sing their hymns, and was with them when they swam in the "Deep Hole" in the Bushkill River on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons, when they gathered nuts in the forests, and when they sledged in winter in the surrounding country."------Evolution and phylogeny of bed headThe larvae of Coxoplectoptera provided new clues to the disputed question of the evolutionary origin of insect wings. Before this discovery the paranotal-hypothesis and the leg-exite-hypothesis have been considered as incompatible alternative explanations, which have both been supported by a set of evidences from the fossil record, comparative morphology, developmental biology and genetics. The expression of leg genes in the ontogeny of the insect wing has been universally considered as conclusive evidence in favour of the leg-exite-hypothesis, which proposes that insect wings are derived from mobile leg appendages (exites). However, the larvae of Coxoplectoptera show that the abdominal gills of mayflies and their ancestors, which are generally considered as corresponding structures to insect wings, articulated within the dorsal tergite plates. This cannot be seen in modern mayfly larvae, because their abdominal tergites and sternites are fused, without any traces of separation left even in embryonic development. If larval gills and wings are corresponding ("serial homologous") structures and thus share the same evolutionary origin, the new results from Coxoplectoptera demonstrate that also wings are of tergal origin, as proposed by the classical paranotal-hypothesis. Staniczek, Bechly & Godunko (2011) therefore suggested a new hypothesis that could reconcile the apparently conflicting evidence from paleontology and developmental genetics: wings originated as stiff outgrowths of tergal plates (paranota), and only later in evolution became mobile, articulated appendages through secondary recruiting of leg genes.Within pterygote insects the Coxoplectoptera represent the sister group of modern mayflies (Ephemeroptera). This relationship is indicated by several synapomorphies, such as: adult wing venation with costal brace (absent in other winged insects), larvae with 7 pairs of abdominal gills (compared to still 9 pairs in Permoplectoptera like Protereisma larvae), and with single-segmented tarsus with unpaired claw (compared to 3-segmented tarsus with paired claw in Permoplectoptera like Protereisma larvae).Together with mayflies and dragonflies they belong to the clade Palaeoptera, which is characterized by a derived wing articulation with fused sclerites, a vertical resting position of the wings in the groundplan, and a wing venation with intercalary veins between the main longitudinal veins (esp. IR1 between RP1- and RP2-, and IR2 between RP2- and RP3/4-).Because of some very primitive character states, the Coxoplectoptera rather looked like early Paleozoic ancestors of mayflies, e.g. in the wing venation of the adult stage they still had the elongate costal brace that is not fused to the costal margin, and in the larval stage they still had articulated lateral wing pads. The large and broad hind wings are a further plesiomorphy compared to the small hind wing of modern mayflies, and even compared to the slender hind wing of Permian stem group mayflies like Protereisma.The monophyly of Coxoplectoptera is demonstrated by several autapomorphic characters in the adult stage, such as the raptorial forelegs and single-segmented tarsi with unpaired claw, as well as in the larval stage by the laterally compressed body, the body armature, the raptorial forelegs and burrowing mid- and hind legs, and the styliform shape of the ventrally directed abdominal gills.Coxoplectoptera are only known from the Jurassic and the Lower Cretaceous. It is not yet known why and when they went extinct.
Introduction to Bed Head - Geographic and Stratigraphic Range of Bed Head
Geographic and stratigraphic range of bed headThe Belle Fourche Shale of northeastern Wyoming has about 400 to 800 feet of noncalcareous shale between the siliceous Mowry Shale below and the calcareous Greenhorn Formation above. It contains large ironstone concretions in the lower 50 feet of the formation. Bentonite beds are present throughout the shale. Of the shale that extends into Alberta, the formation primarily consists of shale, siltstone, and sandstone. The sandstones in southeastern Alberta and southwestern Saskatchewan are shallow gas reservoirs.While the Belle Fourche Shale is dated to the Cenomian, most of the fossils discovered there are from the uppermost portion, more than 500 feet above the base of the formation. The primary fossils found include many species of ammonites and foraminifera, with few significant macrofossils.------Edited scene of bed headWhen the episode was originally aired, an extended scene was shown at the basement oil well involving Vyvyan criticising Rick for not working hard enough, and then head butting the ground to speed up the digging (which then leads to Neil accidentally putting the pick axe through Vyvyan's head). In VHS and DVD releases, this scene has been edited to just show the pickaxe event and aftermath. The scene began with an obscure Roy 'C' song from 1973 called "I'm Bustin' My Rocks (Working On The Chain Gang)" (and not a Beatles song as originally specified) playing on Rick's radio, so the reason for its omission may be a failure by the BBC to secure broadcast rights for the music. A similar problem afflicted the re-release of "Cash" on DVD------Boxing of bed headWhen he went to Lahore, Mir Gul Khan Nasir saw the students taking part in different sports so he immediately tried out for the college football team and was selected. But with time, he got interested in boxing and began learning the sport. It didn't take him long to become quite good at it. His height (above 6'00") also provided him with an advantage in the game."Boxing helped Gul Khan Nasir get out of many a tight spot in his life" Aqil Khan MengalAfter his training, Mir Gul Khan began participating in boxing tournaments. In the All India Universities Boxing Championship he was the runner up. It was in this tournament that he broke his nose.------Early career of bed headWalker entered Trinity College Dublin in 1678 but did not take a degree and subsequently joined the Royal Navy. He probably visited North America in 1686, reaching Boston aboard the frigate HMS Dartmouth.Walker was promoted to captain about 1692 and saw action near the Lizard while in command of the fourth-rate HMS Foresight in around 1696. In 1701 he joined the fleet under Sir George Rooke at Cadiz, and shortly afterwards, as commodore, took command of a detachment charged with cooperating in an attack on Guadeloupe and Martinique, which was unsuccessful. This failure did not damage his career, though; in 1706 he assisted in the relief of Barcelona, and two years later was appointed to command the squadron before Dunkirk. In March 1711 he was promoted to rear-admiral and was also given a knighthood.------Muslim League of bed headAfter Kalat's accession to Pakistan in 1948, the KSNP broke up. The Khan of Kalat, Mir Ahmedyar Khan joined Muslim League after the accession but was hesitant to do it alone so he sent Mir Ajmal Khan to Mir Ghaus Bakhsh Bizenjo and Gul Khan Nasir to persuade them into joining the Muslim League with the Khan. Both Gul Khan and Ghaus Bakhsh thought that joining the ML would provide them the platform they needed to raise the voice for Kalat's rights. But within days they realized that they would never be able to achieve what they wanted while they were in the Muslim League. So they left the ML never to turn back to it ever again.------Further reading of bed headPeter Cook (1976). Hugo Wolf's Corregidor: A Study of the Opera and its Origins. London: privately published. ISBN0-9504360-0-3.Robert Hernried (January 1940). "Hugo Wolf's Corregidor at Mannheim". The Musical Quarterly. 26/1: 1930. doi:10.1093/mq/xxvi.1.19.Kordula Knaus: Feministin auf librettistischen (Ab-)wegen. Rosa Mayreders Libretto fr Hugo Wolfs Corregidor. In: Musikologica Austriaca 26 (2007), S. 219230.Bradford Robinson (2006). "Der Corregidor" (Analysis, work details, synopsis, German and English). Retrieved 17 August 2020.Leopold Spitzer: Hugo Wolfs "Der Corregidor". Musikwissenschaftlicher Verlag, Wien 2000, ISBN3-900270-48-1.Till Gerrit Waidelich: Rosa Mayreders Libretto fr Hugo Wolf und das Problem der Stilhhe. In: Frankfurter Zeitschrift fr Musikwissenschaft. 2008. Online-Publikation 11, S. 118Susan Youens (November 1989). "Hugo Wolf and the Operatic Grail: The Search for a Libretto". Cambridge Opera Journal. 1/3: 277298. doi:10.1017/s0954586700003037.------Extensional fault of bed headAn extensional fault is afault caused by stretching of the Earth's crust. Stretching reduces the thickness and horizontally extends portions of the crust and/or lithosphere. In most cases such a fault is also a normal fault, but may create a shallower dip usually associated with a thrust fault. Extensional faults are generally planar. If the stress field is oriented with the maximum stress perpendicular to the Earth's surface, extensional faults will create an initial dip of the associated beds of about 60 from the horizontal. The faults will typically extend down to the base of the seismogenic layer. As crustal stretching continues, the faults will rotate, resulting in steeply-dipping fault blocks between them.------Wendy Boase of bed headWendy Boase (14 October 1944 15 March 1999) born in Melbourne, Australia, she was one of the co-founders of the children's publishing company Walker Books. She held the position of editorial director of Walker Books until her death in 1999 from cancer. After her death Julia Eccleshare (Children's Book Editor of the Guardian newspaper and chairman of the Nestl Smarties Book Prize) and Anne Marley (Head of Children's, Youth & Schools Services for Hampshire Library & Information Service) decided to create an annual award named the Branford Boase Award in commemoration of both Wendy Boase and her colleague Henrietta Branford who also died of cancer the same year. Wendy Boase helped Henrietta Branford to write the novel Fire, Bed, and Bone which won the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize------Life of bed headEibhlis Farrell was born in Rostrevor in County Down, Northern Ireland. She began writing music at an early age and studied at Queen's University, Belfast, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Music, and with Raymond Warren at Bristol University, graduating with a Masters in composition. She also studied with Charles Wuorinen and Robert Moevs, and graduated from Rutgers University, New Jersey, with a doctorate.After completing her studies, Farrell worked as a composer and became Head of Music Creative Media at the Dundalk Institute of Technology.Her works have been performed and broadcast internationally. She received the Arts Council of Northern Ireland artist's residency in the Banff Centre, Canada, in 2007. She is a member of Aosdna, and has served as a member of the Toscaireacht.------Breeding of bed headThe yellow-billed spoonbill nests once or twice a year, generally when water is plentiful. The breeding season varies: it is usually March to May after the wet season in the north of the country, and in winterspring (August to October) in more temperate areas. The nest is a platform constructed of sticks; it has a hollowed centre, and can be located on the branches or fork of a tree, the base of which is often submerged in water. Reed beds are another nest location. The clutch consists of two to four dull white eggs measuring 68 x 45mm. Nests are often located in colonies, with other species such as the royal spoonbill, Australian white ibis, straw-necked ibis, as well as herons, egrets or cormorants.------The End of Poverty of bed headThe End of Poverty: Economic Possibilities for Our Time (ISBN1-59420-045-9) is a 2005 book by American economist Jeffrey Sachs. It was a New York Times bestseller.In the book, Sachs argues that extreme povertydefined by the World Bank as incomes of less than one dollar per daycan be eliminated globally by the year 2025, through carefully planned development aid. He presents the problem as an inability of very poor countries to reach the "bottom rung" of the ladder of economic development; once the bottom rung is reached, a country can pull itself up into the global market economy, and the need for outside aid will be greatly diminished or eliminated.------The Sweet Pretty Things (Are in Bed Now, of Course...) of bed headThe Sweet Pretty Things (Are in Bed Now, of Course...) is the twelfth studio album by the English rock band Pretty Things. It was released in 2015 via Repertoire Records.It is the first album by long-time frontmen Phil May and Dick Taylor with their touring bassist George Woosey and drummer Jack Greenwood, and also their first without longtime keyboardist Jon Povey and drummer Skip Alan since 1965's Get the Picture?.The title is taken from the opening line of Bob Dylan's song "Tombstone Blues".The track "Turn My Head" was originally written by the band in the mid-1960s. A version was a recorded live at the BBC but an official studio version of the song was not released until this album.------Curriculum of bed headThe school follows the curriculum set by the Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (ZIMSEC), which is the curriculum followed by most schools in Zimbabwe. Every O Level student is required by the school, with regards to the ZIMSEC curriculum as of 2017, to study 5 (five) compulsory subjects which are English Language, ChiShona, Mathematics, General Science, Agriculture. In addition to these, a student is allowed to register any of the following subjects, Chemistry, Computer Science, Accounting, Biology, Physics, Geography, Literature in English, History. A Level students enroll under three sections which are Arts, Sciences or Commercials. Students can also do subjects from different sections if it is available as a combination at the school------Notable residents, past and present of bed headMichael Ancram MP, 13th Marquess of LothianSir Henry Howarth Bashford, physician and writerDavid Brudenell-Bruce, Earl of Cardigan, 31st hereditary warden of Savernake ForestLord Devlin, judgePete Doherty, musicianMajor-General Christopher Leslie ElliotElinor Goodman, former Channel 4 Political EditorBrigadier Robert Hall, first Chairman of Wiltshire CouncilNick Harper, musicianSir Henry Keswick, chairman of Jardine Matheson HoldingsPeter Lewis, HTV West newsreaderPeter Mandelson, Labour politicianDavid Newbigging, High Sheriff of Wiltshire, 2003Claire Perry, former MP for DevizesShelley Rudman, winner of the silver medal in the skeleton bob, Britain's only medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics in TurinPeter Sarstedt, musicianAndy Scott, musician of the band The SweetJane Seymour, Queen consort of EnglandNigel Stock, actorZo Wanamaker, actress------Het Oude Jachthuis of bed headHet Oude Jachthuis is a restaurant in Eursinge, near Pesse, in the Netherlands. It was a fine dining restaurant that was awarded one Michelin star in 1966 and retained that rating until 1980.Arnold van Doesburg was the head chef and owner of the restaurant in the period 19602005.Het Oude Jachthuis, represented by Arnold van Doesburg, was one of the founders of Alliance Gastronomique Nerlandaise The family Van Doesburg still runs Het Oude Jachthuis, but added a bed and breakfast in 2005.The restaurant is located in a former farm/village pub, close to the A28. It is a listed building.In 1967, during a visit to the province Drenthe, Prince Claus was received in Het Oude Jachthuis by the provincial officials.------Gallery of extant copies of bed headThere are currently thirteen known extant copies of Europe a Prophecy. Because of Blake's production process of hand colouring each print, each image has its own unique qualities. The following images of The Ancient of Days are those available via the digital archiving project, the William Blake Archive:The Ancient of Days in Europe a Prophecy copy B from the Glasgow University LibraryThe Ancient of Days in Europe a Prophecy copy D from the British MuseumThe Ancient of Days in Europe a Prophecy copy E from the Library of CongressThe G copy, Morgan Library & MuseumThe Ancient of Days in Europe a Prophecy copy H from the Houghton LibraryThe Ancient of Days in Europe a Prophecy copy K from the Fitzwilliam Museum
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Coldwater Beds of bed headThe Coldwater Beds is a geologic formation of the Okanagan Highlands in British Columbia, Canada. It preserves fossils dating back to the Ypresian stage of the Eocene period, or Wasatchian in the NALMA classification.The formation comprises mudstones, shales and tuff deposited in a lacustrine environment and has provided many insect fossils, as well as indeterminate birds and fossil flora assigned to Florissantia quilchenensis, named after Quilchena, the fossil locality where the fossils have been found.------Religion of bed headThe Baruuli worshipped spirits and gods. They worshipped Nabuzana, Katigo, Irungu and kibubu, among others. They worshipped from shrines they called Birooro, and on hills.Today Christianity has spread. The Roman Catholic and the Church of Uganda (or Anglican Church) are the two largest denominations among the Baruuli. A very small percentage of the people are Muslim. Many still follow the traditional religions, and there is a high level of syncretism among those who go to church.------Escape to America of bed headHe succeeded in escaping on board a ship from Dublin to America, arriving in New York City on 7 November 1848. Within a week he was appointed a proof reader on the New York Tribune. In January 1854, Savage became involved with John Mitchel's first American newspaper, The Citizen. In August of that year he married Louise Reid, daughter of Samuel Chester Reid, a sea captain, who according to T.F. O'Sullivan, had the distinction of designing the present form of the American flag.------Nichols Covered Bridge of bed headDonald F. Nichols Covered Bridge is a Covered Bridge on the Kal-Haven Trail the bridge is a 108-foot long covered footbridge. The bridge is located near the South Haven (West) trail-head. The Kal-Haven Trail has seven bridges along the trial that were historic railroad bridge. These bridge were built when the original railroad was built in 1870. The trestle railroad bridge was turned into a covered bridge as part of the conversion of old railroad bed to public trail.------Blagsnarst, a Love Story of bed head"Blagsnarst, a Love Story" is the third episode and season finale of the eleventh season of American Dad! The episode aired on September 21, 2014, and is the final show to air on Fox's Animation Domination lineup, as well as the final episode of the series to be aired on Fox as the show moved to TBS from the twelfth season onwards, which started a month later in October 2014. The episode was written by Wes Lukey and directed by series regular Chris Bennett------St James Street, Monmouth of bed headSt James Street is a historic street in the town centre of Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales. It appears as a segment of Whitecross Street on the 1610 map of the town by cartographer John Speed and is within the medieval town walls. On more recent maps, it extends from St James Square southwest to Almshouse Street. In 2010, the street was the site of discovery of Mesolithic era artefacts. St James Street is lined with numerous listed buildings------Education of bed headHe had his higher education in Kalibadi School, Raipur in the year 1975. He passed MBBS and MS from Pt. Ravishankar University, Raipur in 1982 and 1985, respectively. Later, he did M.Ch. (PlasticSurgery) in the year 1989 from Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi, and D.N.B Plastic Surgery in 1990 in Mumbai. Kalda also has an additional qualification in Cosmetic Surgery, Laser Surgery, Brachial Plexus Surgery, Micro Surgery, Cranio-Facial Surgery, Ear Reconstruction, Re-Implant Surgery, Reconstructive Surgery, Cancer Reconstructive Surgery, Diabetic Foot Surgery, Burn Surgery and Obesity Surgery------Habitat of bed headCirroteuthis muelleri is benthopelagic, meaning it is found swimming or drifting in the 10m (33ft) or so immediately above the sea bed. It is usually found at depths of over 2,000m (6,600ft). At these depths, practically no light penetrates, the temperature is about 4C, and observation is only possible by submersible, which makes these octopuses difficult to collect. Their ecology and biology are little known, but they seem to be fairly common in the seas around Greenland.------ngel Maza of bed headngel Eduardo Maza (born 18 December 1954) is an Argentine Justicialist Party (PJ) politician. He was the governor of La Rioja Province during several terms, until he was ousted by impeachment in 2007. His sister, Ada Maza, is a national senator.Maza was educated at the National University of Crdoba and graduated as a geologist, later earning a doctorate. He worked in the geological and mining services of the Government of Argentina and of La Rioja Province.------Beylagan (city) of bed headCoordinates: 394632N 473707E / 39.77556N 47.61861E / 39.77556; 47.61861Beylagan (Azerbaijani: Beylqan; also Beylqan, Bejlagan, and Beilagan) is the capital city of Beylagan rayon of Azerbaijan. During the Soviet era, it was renamed Zhdanov (, also Jdanov, Zhdanov, danovsk, and Zhdanovsk) after Stalinist politician Andrei Zhdanov. This move was reverted in 1991 when the city assumed its original name again. Beylagan is one of the oldest towns in Azerbaijan. It is located in the triangle between the Kura and Aras rivers in the Mil plain.------Later life of bed headBesides politics, he was also involved in business investing in sugarcane plantation and was an owner of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, in downtown Honolulu, Park Beach Hotel, one of the first hotel at Waikiki, and the Seaside Hotel (now the site of the current Royal Hawaiian Hotel). Macfarlane died at his home, 610 West 150th Street, in New York City, on February 20, 1921, of apoplexy, at the age of 71. He was buried at Oahu Cemetery in Honolulu..------Leptobrachium montanum of bed headLeptobrachium montanum is a species of frog from the family Megophryidae. It is endemic to Borneo and is, as currently defined, found in Kalimantan (Indonesia), Sabah and Sarawak (Malaysia), and Labi, Belait (Brunei). However, the nominal Leptobrachium montanum is a composed of more than one lineage. Available information mostly refers to this composite rather than the "true" Leptobrachium montanum. Common names montane large-eyed litter frog, mountain spadefoot toad, and mountain litter frog have been coined for it.------Climate of bed headThe influence of the monsoon is weak. Mean annual rainfall at palmar and Sirshi (1,761 m), located near the periphery of the national park, is 827mm and 741mm, respectively, precipitation is maximal and in excess of 100mm per month in March and April, and again in July and August. Most snow fall in December and January when the whole area becomes snowbound. Mean maximum and minimum temperatures recorded at Sirshi are 130 and -70 in January and 350c and 110c in July respectively (Kurt, 1976;Bacha,1986).------Structure of bed headSonnet 27 is an English or Shakespearean sonnet, which consists of three quatrains followed by a final couplet. It follows the rhyme scheme ABAB CDCD EFEF GG, and is written in iambic pentameter, a metre in which each line has five feet, and each foot has two syllables accented weak/strong. Most of the lines are regular iambic pentameter including line three: / / / / /But then begins a journey in my head (27.3)/ ictus, a metrically strong syllabic position. nonictus.------Students' Club of bed headIn April 1848, Savage and John de Courcey Young produced a provocative publication called The Patriot, which was at once suppressed and seized by the British Government. In the same month, at a meeting of the Students' Club, with Savage presiding, at their rooms, No. 27 Eden Quay, it was decided to appoint a subcommittee of five "to ascertain and report on the best method of the members of the Club arming themselves individually." This followed on from a proposition by Richard Dalton Williams, one of the most popular of all The Nations poets.------Faded (Tyga song) of bed head"Faded" is a song by American rapper Tyga featuring Young Money-founder Lil Wayne. The song was first released on January 13, 2012 as the fourth single from the rapper's debut studio album, Careless World: Rise of the Last King (2012). For the chart dated May 27, 2012, "Faded" debuted at number 36 on the Billboard Hot 100 and peaked at number 33, marking Tyga's second highest-charting single after "Rack City"; which peaked at number seven. It was released to US rhythmic radio stations on March 13, 2012. Complex named the song No. 42 of the best 50 songs of 2012.------Parviraptor of bed headParviraptor is a genus of stem-snake (clade Ophidia) containing one species, Parviraptor estesi, from the Late Jurassic (Tithonian) or Early Cretaceous (Berriasian) Purbeck Limestone Formation of Dorset, England. A second species, Parviraptor gilmorei, was described from the Late Jurassic Morrison Formation of Western North America; it was present in stratigraphic zone 4. However, the second species was subsequently transferred to a separate genus Diablophis.. An indeterminate species is known from the Bathonian aged Kirtlington Mammal Bed------Edmund Heines of bed headEdmund Heines (21 July 1897 30 June 1934) was a German Nazi politician and deputy commander of the Sturmabteilung (SA).Heines was one of the earliest members of the Nazi Party and a leading member of the SA in Munich, participating in the Beer Hall Putsch and becoming a notorious enforcer of the party. Heines served as the deputy of Ernst Rhm, the commander of the SA, while holding several high-ranking positions in the Nazi administration until he was executed during the Night of the Long Knives in June 1934.------Pindar, Western Australia of bed headPindar is a small town in the Mid West Region of Western Australia. It is located about 30km east of Mullewa in the local government area of the City of Greater Geraldton.In 1894, the Northern Railway from Geraldton to Mullewa was opened, and four year later was extended to Cue. A railway station was built at Pindar to service outlying farms, and the townsite of Pindar was gazetted on 22 February 1901.The surrounding areas produce wheat and other cereal crops. The town was a receival site for Cooperative Bulk Handling.------Dwile flonking of bed headThe English game of dwile flonking (also dwyle flunking) is an East Anglian pub sport, involving two teams of twelve players, each taking a turn to dance around the other while attempting to avoid a beer-soaked dwile (cloth) thrown by the non-dancing team."Dwile" is a knitted floor cloth, from the Dutch dweil, meaning "mop", with the same meaning in Norfolk dialect, and "flonk" is probably a corruption of flong, an old past tense of fling.------Singles of bed head"Forest Green, Oh Forest Green" was released as the album's lead single on November 9, 2009, in the UK and November 17 in the United States. Miranda recorded a cover of Yoko Ono's "Nobody Sees Me Like You Do" as a B-side for the single."Waves" was released as the album's second single on April 26, 2010, and received positive reviews for its production and vocals. On March 24, 2010, the New York Post offered a free download of the single on its website.------Delia Tetreault of bed headDlia Ttreault, M.I.C., also known as Mother Marie of the Holy Spirit (French: Mre Marie-du-Saint-Esprit), (February 4, 1865October 1, 1941) was a Canadian Religious Sister. Though she never left her homeland, she felt called to serve the needy of the world, for which purpose she founded the Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Conception in 1902, the first missionary congregation of Canadian origin. The cause for her beatification is under study by the Holy See.------Ecology of bed headThe preserved contents of its digestive tract are typical of those of other predators', and this lifestyle is supported by the raptorial nature of the spiny great appendages and the size of the eyes. The organism was clearly a competent swimmer, propelling itself with the 'flippers' attached to its head, and using its wing-like lobes on the 11th segment to steer. These lobes presumably derived from the lateral lobes of Cambrian anomalocaridids, ancestors that used lobes along their sides to swim, and lacked the specializations of Schinderhannes..------Veneration of bed headIn 1958 the first steps were taken to obtain Ttreault's beatification by the Vatican. In 1982, Cardinal Paul Grgoire, then the Archbishop of Montreal, approved the process in view of the introduction of the cause in Rome. The canonical closure of the diocesan proceedings took place in 1997 and the cause was accepted by Rome for further study.Presently the Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Conception are in 13 countries and of 17 nationalities, including 582 professed sisters and 87 sisters in initial formation.------Lontra weiri of bed headLontra weiri (Weir's otter) is a fossil species in the carnivoran family Mustelidae from the Hagerman Fossil Beds of Idaho. It shared its habitat with Satherium piscinarium, a probable ancestor of the giant otter of South America. It is named in honor of musician Bob Weir, and is the oldest known member of its genus. Prior to its discovery, Lontra was thought to have evolved from Lutra licenti, which dates from the Pleistocene of East Asia.
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An overview of bed headThe Drottningholm Palace (Swedish: Drottningholms slott) is the private residence of the Swedish royal family. It is located in Drottningholm. Built on the island Lovn (in Eker Municipality of Stockholm County), it is one of Sweden's Royal Palaces. It was originally built in the late 16th century, and it served as a regular summer residence of the Swedish royal court for most of the 18th century. Apart from being the private residence of the Swedish royal family, the palace is a popular tourist attractionThe gardens of bed headThe gardens and park areas surrounding the castle and its buildings are one of the main attractions for the tourists that visit the palace each year. The gardens have been established in stages since the castle was built, resulting in different styles of parks and gardens.The Baroque gardenThe oldest part of the gardens was created at the end of the 17th century under the direction of Hedwig Eleonora. The father and son Tessin led the project that created a Baroque garden right outside the main palace, flanked by thick tree avenues. The many statues scattered throughout this area were created by the artist Adrian de Vries; the Swedish army took them as spoils of war from the Wallenstein Palace in Prague, while the two marble lions at the main gate of the palace were transported from the Ujazdw Castle in Warsaw. The Baroque garden was neglected along with the rest of the grounds during the 19th century, but was restored in the 1950s and 1960s on the initiative of Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden.The English gardenGustav III of Sweden took the initiative for the English landscape garden of Drottningholm. This lies north of the Baroque garden and consists of two ponds with canals, bridges, large open sections of grass, and trees in groups or avenues. Walkways are laid out throughout this large part of the park.Throughout this area "vistas" can be seen, cleared lines of sight that are intentionally constructed to draw the eye to a particular view. Most of the antique marble statues throughout the gardens were purchased by Gustav III from Italy. The purpose of the statues is to surprise a visitor by their unexpected appearance in a green area, or as a focal point for a vista.History of bed headOriginThe name Drottningholm (literally meaning "Queen's islet") came from the original renaissance building designed by Willem Boy, a stone palace built by John III of Sweden in 1580 for his queen, Catherine Jagellon. This palace was preceded by a royal mansion called Torvesund.The Queen Dowager Regent Hedwig Eleonora bought the castle in 1661, a year after her role as Queen of Sweden ended, but it burnt to the ground on 30 December that same year. Hedwig Eleonora engaged the architect Nicodemus Tessin the Elder to design and rebuild the castle. In 1662, work began on the reconstruction of the building. With the castle almost complete, Nicodemus died in 1681. His son Nicodemus Tessin the Younger continued his work and completed the elaborate interior designs. The Flemish sculptor Nicolaes Millich made for the great staircase and hall sculptures of the nine muses in marble, along with a series of busts of Gothic kings. In addition, he also made bust portraits of King Charles X Gustav, his wife Hedwig Eleonor and both their sons, the young King Charles XI, probably also of Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie and his wife Maria Euphrosyne, a sister of King Charles X Gustav. Millich and his assistant Burchard Precht also made decorative wood carvings in the queen dowager's bed chamber.During the period of the reconstruction, Hedwig Eleonora was head of the regency for the still-underage King, Charles XI of Sweden, from 1660 to 1672. Sweden had grown to be a powerful country after the Peace of Westphalia. The position of the queen, essentially the ruler of Sweden, demanded an impressive residence located conveniently close to Stockholm.During the reign of the kings Charles XI of Sweden and Charles XII of Sweden, the royal court was often present at the palace, which was used for hunting. Hedwig Eleonora used the palace as a summer residence until her death in 1715, also when she had become the undisputed host of the royal court during the absence of Charles XII in Great Northern War (17001721).18th centuryDrottningholm continued to serve regularly as a summer residence for the royal court during the entire 18th-century. After the death of Hedwig Eleonora in 1715, Queen Ulrika Eleonora of Sweden and King Frederick I of Sweden held court at the palace in the summer.In 1744, the palace was given as a gift from King Frederick I to the then Crown Princess, later Queen of Sweden, Louisa Ulrika of Prussia when she married Adolf Frederick of Sweden, who became King of Sweden in 1751. During Louisa Ulrika's ownership of Drottningholm the interior of the palace was transformed into a more sophisticated French rococo style. Louisa Ulrika was also responsible for having the Drottningholm Palace Theatre rebuilt in a grand style after the more modest original building burnt down in 1762. Louisa Ulrika and Adolf Fredrick continued to reside at the palace during their reign (17511771). In 1777, Louisa Ulrika sold Drottningholm to the Swedish state.While it was owned by the Swedish state, the palace was used by King Gustav III of Sweden, son of Louisa Ulrika, as a summer residence, and a grand ceremonial court life was performed at the palace, which is considered to have been a great age for the palace, during which it was known for the elaborate masquerades and grand theatrical festivities and tournaments performed in the gardens. During the reign of Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden (reign 17921809) and Charles XIII of Sweden (reign 18091818) the palace was gradually used more sporadically. In 1797, it was the place of the great festivities when the King's bride, Frederica of Baden, was received there upon her arrival in Sweden, during which the last so called carousel, or tournament, was staged in the palace garden. After the Coup of 1809, the deposed Gustav IV Adolf was kept here under guard in the Chinese Drawing Room for eleven days.19th centuryDuring the reign of Charles XIV John of Sweden (reign 18181844), the palace was abandoned. The King regarded it as a symbol of the old dynasty, and Drottningholm was left to decay. The buildings were damaged by the forces of nature, and their inventories were either taken away or auctioned off.It was apparently opened to the public for the first time during this period: a tour was mentioned in 1819, and the public used the park for picnics.Occasionally, the grounds were used for public events: in 1823, the bride of the crown prince, Josephine of Leuchtenberg, was received upon her arrival to Sweden, and her name day continued to be celebrated here. Foreign guests were received in the palace gardens, such as Tsar Nicholas I of Russia.Oscar I of Sweden took an interest in the palace, and though he preferred Tullgarn Palace as summer residence, he took care to preserve the palace by doing the first repairs in 1846. He further more used it for public celebrations, such as a reception for Pan-Scandinavian students in 1856, and in 1858, the future Gustav V of Sweden was born in the palace. Charles XV of Sweden preferred Ulriksdal Palace as his summer residence and ignored Drottningholm, but Oscar II of Sweden continued the repairs.Both Oscar I and Oscar II were criticized for modernizing the palace and adjusting it to contemporary fashion rather than restoring it to its original state, and it was not until the reign of Gustav V that the palace and surroundings were reconstructed to their 18th-century appearance. In 1907, a major four-year restoration of the palace was begun to restore it to its former state, after which the royal court began to use it regularly again.Royal residenceThe current Swedish royal family have used the west-wing Drottningholm as their primary residence since 1981. Since then, the Palace has also been guarded by the Swedish Military in the same fashion as Stockholm Palace. The other parts of the Palace is open to the public.
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