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It has a strong white supercilium. The male has a red throat edged with a narrow black and then a broad white border. It has a stro Calliope is a town and locality in the Gladstone Region, Queensland, Australia. Industries of the town and surrounds since that time have included gold mining, beef, timber, and more recently heavy industry Aluminium, Coal, LNG , shipping and tourism.
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In , a state primary school was opened. HMS Calliope was a Calypso-class corvette later classified as a third-class cruiser of the Royal Navy which served from until Exemplifying the transitional nature of the late Victorian navy, Calliope was a sailing corvette — last such ship built for the Royal Navy — but supplemented the full sail rig with a powerful engine. Steel was used for the hull, and like the earlier iron-hulled corvettes, Calliope was cased with timber and coppered below the waterline, in the same manner as wooden ships.
Design and construction Calliope and sister ship Calypso comprised the Calypso class of corvettes designed by Nathaniel Barnaby. Part of a long line o The Coast Mountains are also part of the American Cordillera—a Spanish term for an extensive chain of mountain ranges—that consists of an almost continuou The park protects portions of the Calliope River and Fitzroy River drainage basins within the Brigalow Belt bioregion. These are glossy black-cockatoo and the southern squatter pigeon. Department of Environment and Heritage Protection, Queensland.
Retrieved 14 July Characters from the original God of War: Behind the characters are several monsters from the game. The characters of the God of War video game franchise belong to a fictional universe loosely based on Greek mythology and Norse mythology. A number of original characters have also been created to supplement storylines. The overall story arc focuses on the series' only playable single-player character, the protagonist Kratos, a Spartan warrior haunted by visions of himself accidentally killing his wife and child.
The character finally avenges hi Kalliopi Calliope was a Christian saint of the third century AD. She was executed in , near the beginning of Emperor Decius' violent suppression of Christians within the Roman Empire. Legend of Kalliopi's martyrdom There are no reliable historic sources for details of Kalliopi's martyrdom, though it is generally accepted that she was beheaded.
The following story has long been in circulation, though it probably rests more on legend than verifiable historic events: By the age of twenty-one by third century standards a ripe age , Kalliope had already passed the age at which most girls marry. In fact she had no social prospects at all. She spent her days dedicated to her religion with little thought to social life. She hadn't been deemed ready for marriage even though she was obedient and met the criteria for marriage. When at last she seemed ready for marriage, many suitors asked for her hand.
One pagan suitor sent word that were she to reject him in favor of another, especially a Christian, he would s Dendrobium speciosum, commonly known as rock orchids or cane orchids,: Its varieties can be found in a range of habitats as an epiphyte on branches or trunks of trees or a lithophyte. It has a continuous distribution along the east coast of Australia and in distinct populations along the Tropic of Capricorn.
As a lithophyte, it forms gigantic spreading colonies on rocks and cliff faces, often exposed to full sun, with its roots forming dense, matted beds across the rock that anchor the plant. The leaves can remain on the plant for up to twel It breeds in Sichuan, China, and winters primarily in the Indian subcontinent. Its natural habitat is temperate forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.
The first formal description of the firethroat was by the Catholic priest and zoologist Armand David in who coined the current binomial name Calliope pectardens. The specific name pectardens is from the L The Himalayan rubythroat Calliope pectoralis is a species of passerine bird in the family Muscicapidae. It is closely related to the Siberian rubythroat which however lacks the distinctive white tail-tips and white tail bases.
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It was also previously considered conspecific with the Chinese rubythroat, together called the white-tailed rubythroat. It is found along the Himalayan ranges from Afghanistan to Burma. Three subspecies are recognized across its wide range. Taxonomy The first formal description of the Himalayan rubythroat was by the English ornithologist and bird artist John Gould in He coined the binomial name Calliope pectoralis. A large molecular phylogenetic study published in found that the genus Luscinia was not monophyletic. The genus was therefore split and several species including the white-tailed rubythroat were moved to the reinstated genus Calliope.
It is a member of Independent School District Since its opening in , Tartan has grown to more than 1, students supported by plus teachers, administrators, aides, custodians, administrative assistants and other support staff. Tartan offers a comprehensive academic program consisting of core courses as well as a wide range of electives in the fine arts, industrial technologies, business education, world languages and cultures, and others. Ty Thompson Assistant Principal, Mr.
Eric Fort M-Z Publications Calliope is Tartan's annual publication of original student-submitted artwork, poetry, photographs, comics, and short stories. Plaid Press is the student-produced, faculty-advised newspaper. Tartan Torch is the formal title for Tar Both Calliope and her sister ship Champion were based on the earlier cruiser Caroline. They were effectively test ships for the use of geared turbines which resulted in the one less funnel. They also received slightly thicker armour. They led into the first of the Cambrian subclass. Design Eight light cruisers were ordered for the Royal Navy in the budget.
The six ships of the Caroline class used conventional direct drive turbine engines but Calliope and Caroline each had a different engine design using geared reduction to match optimum working speeds of turbines and propellers. This followed experimental designs ordered in using geared high pressure turbines for the destroyers Badger and Beaver and in using gearing for both high pressure and low pressure turbines in destroyers Leonidas and Lucifer.
She was laid down in Jan Durant's diagram of the sound-creating gas burners, the, "mechanisms that allowed two flames to unite or diverge to produce a musical note. It is well known that if a flame of hydrogen gas be introduced within a glass or other tube, and if it be so placed as to be capable of vibrating, there is formed around this flame—that is to say, upon the whole of its enveloping surface—an atmosphere of hydrogen gas, which, in unitin The Chinese rubythroat Calliope tschebaiewi is a small passerine bird in the family Muscicapidae.
It was also previously considered conspecific with the Himalayan rubythroat, together called the white-tailed rubythroat. It is found along the Himalayan ranges from Pakistan to Myanmar. Taxonomy The first formal description of the Chinese rubythroat was by the Russian geographer Nikolay Przhevalsky in He introduced the current binomial name Calliope tschebaiewi.
The species complex was given the English name "white-tailed rubythroat" and placed in the genus Luscinia. A large molecular phylogenetic study published in found that the Lus An illustration of a handheld portable multiple rocket launcher as depicted in the 11th century book Wujing Zongyao of the Song Dynasty. The launcher is constructed using basketry. Korean Joseon hwacha multiple rocket launcher designed in in a museum. BM Katyusha in service from American T34 Calliope designed in in action.
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Produced in the millions, it was fired from both air- and ground-based launchers; it was replaced by the M16 rocket in Development The first modern research into military solid-propellant rockets in the United States was conducted by Colonel Leslie Skinner at the Aberdeen Proving Ground in Little interest was shown by the US Armed Forces however, until the introduction of a British anti-aircraft rocket; both nations exchanged their research data before the United States entered World War II.
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The first species to be described was Calliope subterraneus now Paraleptamphopus subterraneus which was named by Charles Chilton in Thomson described a second species in , as Pherusa coerulea now Paraleptamphopus caeruleus. Although no other species have yet been formally described, it is thought that many more undescribed species exist. Paraleptamphopus subterraneus In , Charles Chilton collected specimens of P. These animals were colourless and lacked eyes, and were described as a new species in the genus Calliope.
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The album is written almost like children's music, using themes such as backpacks, elves and pirates. The overall sound seems to pay homage to the sound of an off-key circus calliope. Her range of instruments include a sitar, accordion, toy piano, and ukulele. Les Claypool produces and provides bass, drums and percussion.
An American soldier aims an M1 Bazooka. A rocket launcher is a device that launches an unguided, rocket-propelled projectile, although the term is often used in reference to mechanisms that are portable and capable of being operated by an individual. History A depiction of the 13th Century "long serpent" rocket launcher. The holes in the frame are designed to keep the rockets separate, from the edition of Wujing Zongyao. The earliest rocket launchers documented in imperial China consisted of arrows modified by the attachment of a rocket motor to the shaft a few inches behind the arrowhead.
The rocket is propelled by the burning of the black powder in the motor. These rockets should not be confused with "rocket arrows" which are conventional arrows carrying small tubes of black powder as an incendiary that ignites only after the arrow reaches its target.
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