Tomigerus is a genus of air-breathing, tropical land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks in the family Odontostomidae. This genus contains the following species: Synonyms: It is evident from several features of the shell and its internal organization that the shell in this genus is carried with its principal axis transverse to the longitudinal axis of the foot; that is, the spire is directed to the right.
This article incorporates public domain text from the reference Jaap is a Dutch given name that is short for Jacob or Jacobus (Jacob or James in English). People with this name include: Parker and Lily was an American experimental pop/rock duo originally from New York, NY and formed in 2000. Their style is often described as a combination of experimental, dream pop, indie rock, indie pop, slowcore and lo-fi. The band was originally composed of two former members of the band Valentine Six, Parker Noon (aka Mangham Parker) (vocalist) and Lily Wolfe (pianist).
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After finishing the recording of The Low Lows, Noon and Wolfe took a five-month hiatus and then regrouped to perform and work on new material. However, this new material has yet to be released. In 2005, Noon collaborated with the other Parker and Lily members, Wheatley and Rickard, to form a new band named The Low Lows (using the name of Parker and Lily’s third album The Low Lows).
Despite Noon and Wolfe’s break-up, according to The Low Lows’ myspace page, Wolfe toured with The Low Lows for their first three tours and contributed to the making of The Low Lows’ first two albums. Wolfe has stated on her Myspace page (and The Low Lows’ Monotreme Records Artists’ page coroberates) that she wants to focus only on making music for movies.
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Axel Paulsen (18 July 1855 – 9 February 1938) was a Norwegian figure skater and speed skater. He invented the figure skating Axel jump and held the world title in speed skating from 1882 to 1890. In 1976 he was inducted into the World Figure Skating Hall of Fame.
Paulsen was born in Aker near Oslo to Haagine Olsen (1822–1918) and the merchant Johan Peter Paulsen (1820–1887). He grew up in Oslo, where his father ran a coffee shop. He started skating at early age and by 1870 already competed both in speed skating and figure skating.
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In early 1885 he won both speed skating and figure skating competitions in Hamburg, and on 26 February 1885 had a three-mile race against another famous speed skater Renke van der Zee in Frognerkilen. The race attracted 20,000–30,000 spectators and had a prize of 1800 krones.
Paulsen held the world speed skating title from 1882 to 1890, losing it on 1 February 1890 to Hugh J. McCormick at a three-race meet in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Besides inventing the Axel jump he constructed the first modern speed skates with a metal blade fixed to the boot.
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Cochranella truebae Nymphargus truebae is a species of frog in the Centrolenidae family, formerly placed in Cochranella. It is endemic to Peru. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist montane forests and rivers. Its conservation status is unclear.
United States Army Andrew Johnson (December 29, 1808 – July 31, 1875) was the 17th President of the United States, serving from 1865 to 1869. Johnson became president as he was vice president at the time of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.Johnson was born in poverty in Raleigh, North Carolina. Apprenticed as a tailor, he worked in several frontier towns before settling in Greeneville, Tennessee. He served as alderman and mayor there before being elected to the Tennessee House of Representatives in 1835.
Johnson implemented his own form of Presidential Reconstruction – a series of proclamations directing the seceded states to hold conventions and elections to re-form their civil governments. When Southern states returned many of their old leaders, and passed Black Codes to deprive the freedmen of many civil liberties, Congressional Republicans refused to seat legislators from those states and advanced legislation to overrule the Southern actions.
Returning to Tennessee after his presidency, Johnson sought political vindication, and gained it in his eyes when he was elected to the Senate again in 1875, making Johnson the only former president to serve in the Senate. He died just months into his term.