Miss Ecuador 2010

Miss Ecuador 2010

Date
March 25, 2010

Presenters
Daniel Sarcos, María Mercedes Cuesta, Roberto Rodriguez

Venue
CEMEXPO, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador

Broadcaster
Gama TV

Entrants
15

Placements
5

Withdrawals
Azuay, Cotopaxi, El Oro, Esmeraldas, Imbabura, Los Ríos and Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas

Returns
Bolívar and Cañar

Winner

Lady Mina,
Guayas

Miss Ecuador 2010 was a beauty pageant in Ecuador held on March 25, 2010 in Cemexpo (Quito) Ecuador, where Miss Ecuador 2009 Sandra Vinces handed over the crown to her successor. There were 15 aspirants to the crown, girls from the different providences of Ecuador.
The winner was Lady Mina, who will represent Ecuador at Miss Universe 2010, Ana Galarza won Miss World Ecuador and will participate in Miss World 2010 and Andrea Suarez won Miss International Ecuador, and will represent Ecuador in Miss International 2010. The First Runner Up will be entering Miss Maja 2010 and the Second Runner Up will be entering Miss Atlantic International 2011. The rest of the Top 10 will enter Reinado Internacional del Café, Miss Globe International, Miss Intercontinental and Miss América Latina.

Contents

1 Results

1.1 Placements
1.2 Special awards

2 Judges
3 Contestants
4 Notes

4.1 Returns
4.2 Withdraws
4.3 Did not compete
4.4 Crossovers

5 References
6 External links

Results[edit]
Placements[edit]

Final results
Contestant

Miss Ecuador 2010

Guayas – Lady Mina

Miss World Ecuador 2010

Tungurahua – Ana Galarza

Miss Internacional Ecuador 2010

Loja – Andrea Suárez

1st Runner-up

Guayas – Lissette Cedeño

2nd Runner-up

Guayas – Nadia Manosalvas

Special awards[edit]

Award
Contestant

Miss Congeniality

María José Zambrano

Miss Photogenic

Jennifer Haas

Miss Yambal

Andrea Suárez

Miss Sedal

Katherine Coronel

Miss Cielo

Ana Galarza

Miss Gama TV

Ana Galarza

Best National Costume

Andrea Suárez

Judges[edit]

Macarena Valarezo
Pamela Cortes
Yuli Maiochi
Karla Caicedo
Daniela Kronfle
Fabricio Célleri

Contestants[edit]

Country
Contestant
Age
Height
(cm)
Height
(ft in)
Hometown

Bolívar
Adriana Rendón
23
173
5 ft 8 in
Caluma

Cañar
Nayla Bernal
23
170
5 ft 7 in
Cañar

Chimborazo
Jennifer Hass
22
176
5 ft 9 in
Riobamba

Guayas
Lady Mina
23
170
5 ft 7 in
Guayaquil

Guayas
Nadia Manosalvas
23
175
5 ft 9 in
Guayaquil

Guayas
Priscila Matamoros
21
175
5 ft
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Tau3 Gruis

For other stars with this Bayer designation, see τ Gruis.

τ3 Gruis

Observation data
Epoch J2000.0      Equinox J2000.0 (ICRS)

Constellation
Grus

Right ascension
22h 56m 47.80014s [1]

Declination
−47° 58′ 09.1951″ [1]

Spectral type
kA5hA7mF2[2]

Tau3 Gruis is a star in the constellation Grus. Its apparent magnitude is 5.71.[3] Located around 74.63 parsecs (243.4 ly) distant,[1] it is a blue-white star of spectral type A1V.[4]
References[edit]

^ a b c Van Leeuwen, F. (2007). “Validation of the new Hipparcos reduction”. Astronomy and Astrophysics. 474 (2): 653. Bibcode:2007A&A…474..653V. doi:10.1051/0004-6361:20078357. 
^ Abt, Helmut A.; Morrell, Nidia I. (1995). “The Relation between Rotational Velocities and Spectral Peculiarities among A-Type Stars”. Astrophysical Journal Supplement. 99: 135. Bibcode:1995ApJS…99..135A. doi:10.1086/192182. 
^ Feinstein, A. (1974). “Photoelectric UBVRI observations of AM stars”. Astronomical Journal. 79: 1290. Bibcode:1974AJ…..79.1290F. doi:10.1086/111675. 
^ “HR 8722”. SIMBAD Astronomical Database. Centre de Données astronomiques de Strasbourg. Retrieved 29 January 2014. 

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Stars of Grus

Bayer

α (Alnair)
β
γ (Al Dhanab)
δ1
δ2
ε
ζ
η
θ
ι
κ
λ
μ1
μ2
ν
ξ
ο
π1
π2
ρ
σ1
σ2
τ1
τ2
τ3
υ
φ

Variable

S
U
W
RS
RZ
BC
BP
BZ
CE
DL
DQ

HR

8236
8241
8299
8323
8366
8379
8440
8477
8484
8501
8635
8639
8657
8658
8659
8685
8713
8749
8760
8771
8791
8793
8814
8835
8846
8847
8877
8896
8898

HD

208487
213240
215456

Gliese

Gliese 832
GJ 4248

Other

PSR J2144-3933
WASP-95
WISE 2220−3628

List

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Contai Hindu Girls’ School

Contai Hindu Girls’ School

Location

Contai, West Bengal
India

Information

Type
Higher Secondary

Established
1915

School district
Purba Medinipur

Headmistress
Smt. Chhabi Das Mahapatra[1]

Affiliations
WBBSE & WBCHSE

Website
Official website

Contai Hindu Girls’ School is one of the oldest girls’ school in the Contai town of Purba Medinipur, West Bengal, India. It is a girls Higher Secondary School.
Affiliations[edit]
The school is affiliated to the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education and West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education for Standard 10th and 12th Board examinations respectively.
References[edit]

^ “Contai Hindu Girls'”. contai.info. Retrieved 23 February 2017. 

Binding protein

A binding protein is any protein that acts as an agent to bind two or more molecules together.
Examples include:

DNA-binding protein

Single-strand binding protein
Telomere-binding protein

RNA-binding protein

Poly(A)-binding protein
Nuclear cap-binding protein complex

CREB-binding protein
Calcium-binding protein

Calcium-binding protein 1
S100 calcium-binding protein A1

TATA-binding protein
Actin-binding protein

Most actin binding proteins bind on the actin surface, despite having different functions and structures.[1]

Penicillin binding proteins
Retinol binding protein

Retinol binding protein 4

EP300
Binding immunoglobulin protein
Odorant binding protein
Lipopolysaccharide-binding protein
C4b-binding protein
Rap GTP-binding protein
Calmodulin-binding proteins
Iron-binding proteins
Thyroxine-binding proteins
Folate-binding protein
Sterol regulatory element-binding protein
GTP-binding protein
Retinaldehyde-binding protein 1
Ccaat-enhancer-binding proteins
Androgen-binding protein
Maltose-binding protein
Phosphatidylethanolamine binding protein 1
Syntaxin binding protein 3
Insulin-like growth factor-binding protein
Methyl-CpG-binding domain protein 2
Growth hormone-binding protein
Vitamin D-binding protein
Syntaxin binding protein 2
Oxysterol-binding protein
E3 binding protein
Iron-responsive element-binding protein
Polypyrimidine tract-binding protein
Fatty acid-binding protein
Myosin binding protein C, cardiac
CPE binding protein

See also[edit]

4EGI-1, a binding inhibitor

References[edit]

^ Lappalainen, Pekka (2007). Actin-Monomer-Binding Proteins. New York, NY: Landes Bioscience and Springer Science+Business Media, LLC. p. 107. 

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John Rando

John Rando is an American stage director who won the Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical for Urinetown the Musical in 2002. He received his 2nd nomination in the same category in 2015 for the 2014 Broadway revival of On the Town.

Contents

1 Early life
2 Career
3 Stage productions (select)
4 Awards and nominations
5 Notes
6 References
7 External links

Early life[edit]
Rando grew up in Houston, Texas and attended the University of Texas in Austin, studying theatre. He received a Fulbright Program fellowship and studied theatre in Germany and Italy and then studied directing at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, graduating in 1988. He next worked as an assistant director at the Old Globe Theatre (San Diego).[1]
Career[edit]
Rando has directed Off-Broadway, on Broadway and in regional theatre. His first Off-Broadway play was Fortune’s Fools, by Frederick Stroppel, at the Cherry Lane Theatre in 1995.[2] He directed the musical The Toxic Avenger, which opened Off-Broadway in 2009, after it premiered at the George Street Playhouse (New Brunswick, New Jersey).[3]
Rando has directed several plays by David Ives Off-Broadway, including: a revival of Ancient History in May 1996 at Primary Stages,[4]as part of a double bill with his play English Made Simple,[5] Mere Mortals at Primary Stages in 1997,[6] and Polish Joke at the Manhattan Theatre Club in 2003.[7] In February 2013 he directed a revival of Ives’ All in the Timing at Primary Stages,[8] and received a 2013 Obie Award for Direction. He also directed Ives’ play Lives of the Saints in a Philadelphia Theatre Company production in 1999 [9] and Berkshire Theatre Festival. Rando is directing a revival of Ives’ Lives of the Saints at Primary Stages in 2015.
On Broadway he made his debut in 1994 as the Assistant Director for the Arthur Miller play Broken Glass.[10] He next directed on Broadway in 2000, with the play The Dinner Party by Neil Simon.[11] Rando directed the musical Urinetown, which opened in 2001 and closed in 2004,[12] and won the 2002 Tony Award for Direction of a Musical.[13]
Rando directed several staged concerts of musicals for New York City Center’s Encores!: Strike Up the Band (1998),[14]Do Re Mi (1999)[15] The Pajama Game (2002),[16] On the Town (2008),[17] Damn Yankees (2008),[18] Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (2012),[19] It’s a Bird…It’s a Plane…It’s Superman (2013)[20] and Little Me (2014).[21]
Stage productions (select)[edit]

1994 Broken Glass (Assistant Director)
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Louisiana gubernatorial election, 1963–64

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Louisiana gubernatorial election, 1963-64

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John McKeithen
Charlton Lyons

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Jimmie Davis
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John McKeithen
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The Louisiana gubernatorial election of 1963–64 was held in three rounds. The two Democratic Party primaries were held on December 7, 1963 and January 11, 1964. The general election was held on March 3, 1964. The 1964 election saw the election of John McKeithen as governor.

Contents

1 Candidates
2 Campaign
3 Results
4 Significance of the election

Sweep Tosho

Sweep Tosho

Sweep Tosho in October 2005

Sire
End Sweep

Grandsire
Forty Niner

Dam
Tabatha Tosho

Damsire
Dancing Brave

Sex
Mare

Foaled
9 May 2001[1]

Country
Japan

Colour
Bay

Breeder
Tosho Sangyo Corporation

Owner
Tosho Sangyo

Trainer
Akio Tsurudome

Record
24-8-4-2

Earnings
744,824,000 yen

Major wins

Fantasy Stakes (2003)
Tulip Sho (2004)
Shuka Sho (2004)
Takarazuka Kinen (2005)
Queen Elizabeth II Cup (2005)
Kyoto Daishoten (2006)

Awards

JRA Award for Best Older Filly or Mare (2005)

Sweep Tosho (Japanese: スイープトウショウ, foaled 9 May 2001) is a Japanese Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare. Bred and owned by Tosho Sangyo and trained throughout her racing career by Akio Tsurudome she won eight of her twenty-four races between October 2003 and November 2007 including Grade I victories in the Shuka Sho, Takarazuka Kinen and Queen Elizabeth II Cup.
In 2003 Sweep Tosho won two of her three races including the Grade III Fantasy Stakes. In the following year she won the Tulip Sho and finished second in the Yushun Himba before winning the Shuka Sho. The mare reached her peak as a four-year-old in 2005 when she finished second in the Yasuda Kinen before defeating top-class male opposition in the Takarazuka Kinen and winning the Queen Elizabeth II Cup at her second attempt. She remained in training for two more years, winning the Kyoto Daishoten in 2006 and being placed in the Queen Elizabeth II Cup in 2006 and 2007.
After her retirement from racing she became a broodmare and has had some success as a dam of winners.

Contents

1 Background
2 Racing career

2.1 2003: two-year-old season
2.2 2004: three-year-old season
2.3 2005: four-year-old season
2.4 2006: five-year-old season
2.5 2007: six-year-old season

3 Breeding record
4 Pedigree
5 References

Background[edit]
Sweep Tosho is a bay mare bred in Japan by her owner Tosho Sangyo Corporation. She was sired by End Sweep an American horse who won six races in the United States including the Grade III Jersey Shore Breeders’ Cup Stakes in 1994[2] and was later imported to Japan to become a breeding stallion. His other progeny have included Admire Moon, Swept Overboard (Metropolitan Handicap) and Rhein Kraft (Oka Sho).[3] Sweep Tosho’s dam Tabatha Tosho showed modest racing ability, winning one minor race in 1997 from five starts.[4] She was a distant, female-line descendant of the influential British broodmare Ballantrae.[5]
During her racing career Sweep Tosh
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