Louisiana gubernatorial election, 1963–64

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Louisiana gubernatorial election, 1963-64

← 1959-60
March 3, 1964
1967 →

 

Nominee
John McKeithen
Charlton Lyons

Party
Democratic
Republican

Popular vote
469,589
297,753

Percentage
60.72%
37.50%

Governor before election
Jimmie Davis
Democratic

Elected Governor
John McKeithen
Democratic

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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

Yadana (film)

Yadana

Directed by
Ei Ei Khaing

Written by
Ei Ei Khaing

Starring
Kyaw Thu
Po Thaukkya
Tun Eindra Bo
Thet Mon Myint

Country
Myanmar

Language
Burmese

Yadana (Burmese: ရတနာ, pronounced: [jədənà]; lit. Jewels) is a 2006 Burmese film directed by Ei Ei Khaing.[1][2]
Cast[edit]

Kyaw Thu
Po Thaukkya
Tun Eindra Bo
Thet Mon Myint
Wyne Su Khaing Thein

Production[edit]

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References[edit]

^ “New film features Myanmar and its traditional customs”. The Myanmar Times Volume 14 , No.265. May 9–15, 2005. Retrieved 2007-11-17. 
^ “Film screened for underprivileged audience”. The Myanmar Times Volume 16, No.307. March 6–12, 2006. Retrieved 2007-11-17. 

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분당오피

KJNB-LD

KJNB-LD

Jonesboro, Arkansas
United States

Branding
Fox 39 (on LD1)
CBS 39 (on LD2)

Channels
Digital: 39 (UHF)
Virtual: 39 (PSIP)

Subchannels
39.1 Fox
39.2 CBS

Affiliations
Fox

Owner
Waypoint Media
(Jonesboro TV, LLC)

Founded
November 22, 2011 (2011-11-22)

First air date
June 1, 2015; 20 months ago (2015-06-01)

Call letters’ meaning
JoNesBoro

Sister station(s)
KJNE-LD (translator)

Former callsigns
K39LS-D (2011–2014)

Former affiliations
Dark (2011–2015)

Transmitter power
15 kW

Height
106 m

Class
LD

Facility ID
187271

Transmitter coordinates
36°03′30.0″N 90°56′36.0″W / 36.058333°N 90.943333°W / 36.058333; -90.943333

Licensing authority
FCC

Public license information:
Profile
CDBS

Website
www.kjnbtv.com

KJNB-LD, virtual and UHF digital channel 39, is a low-powered primary Fox affiliate located in Jonesboro, Arkansas, United States. The station is owned by Waypoint Media, LLC. KJNB maintains a small office in the Regions Bank Building in Jonesboro, and its transmitter is located on Highway 91/Southern Avenue in unincorporated Lawrence County, southeast of Walnut Ridge.

Contents

1 History
2 Digital television

2.1 Digital channels

3 Programming

3.1 Main channel
3.2 Secondary channel

4 References
5 External links

History[edit]
The station first signed on the air on June 1, 2015 as the market’s second commercial television station, after ABC/NBC affiliate KAIT (channel 8), which signed on the air in July 1963 as an independent station. Until this point, Fox programming was available in northeast Arkansas over-the-air and on cable through WHBQ-TV (channel 13) in Memphis, Tennessee (prior to former owner Fox Television Stations’ purchase and subsequent affiliation switch of WHBQ in 1995, area cable systems previously piped in that station’s predecessor affiliates: WMKW-TV (channel 30, now CW affiliate WLMT) from 1987 to 1990, and WPTY-TV (channel 24, now ABC affiliate WATN-TV) from 1990 until it lost the Fox affiliation to WHBQ).[1] Despite being licensed as a low-powered television station, Waypoint Media secured the affiliation agreement with Fox by promising to provide coverage of at least 93% of the market through its over-the-air signal and through distribution on local cable and satellite providers.[1]
On August 1, 2015, KJNB-LD signed on a second digital subchannel, carrying programming from CBS (as the Jonesboro area’s first locally based CBS affili

Nadine Burke Harris

Nadine Burke Harris

Born
1975 (age 41–42)
Vancouver, Canada

Occupation
CEO, Center for Youth Wellness, San Francisco

Relatives
Arno Harris (spouse)[1]

Website
centerforyouthwellness.org

Medical career

Profession
Pediatrician

Specialism
Adverse childhood experiences

Nadine Burke Harris (born 1975, Vancouver, Canada[2]) is an American pediatrician.[1] She is known for linking adverse childhood experiences and toxic stress with harmful effects to health later on in life.[3] She is an advisory council member for Hillary Rodham Clinton’s Clinton Foundation’s Too Small to Fail campaign,[4] and the Founder and chief executive officer of the Center for Youth Wellness.[1][5] Hailed as a pioneer in the treatment of toxic stress,[5] her work has been featured in Paul Tough’s book How Children Succeed.[6]

Contents

1 Education
2 Early career
3 Career
4 Personal
5 Committee appointments
6 Awards
7 Selected works
8 References
9 External links

Education[edit]
Burke Harris received her medical degree from the University of California, Davis.[7] Following her master’s degree in public health from Harvard,[8] she went on to serve a residency at Stanford in pediatrics.[9]
Her graduate studies were supported by The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans.
Early career[edit]
In 2005, Burke Harris joined the California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) staff, tasked with the goal of developing programs to end health disparities in San Francisco.[10] While at Harvard, Burke Harris identified access to health care as a key component of the health disparity in San Francisco.[11] In 2007, with support from CPMC, she became the founding physician of the Bayview Child Health Center and medical director of the new clinic.[5][11]
Career[edit]
In 2008, after reading “The Relationship of Adverse Childhood Experiences to Adult Health: Turning Gold Into Lead,” by Vincent J. Felitti, Burke Harris realized that her patients’ traumatic experiences were having a negative impact on their present and future health.[11]
In 2011, she was appointed by the American Academy of Pediatrics to the Project Advisory Committee for the Resilience Project.[12]
From 2010 to 2012, Burke Harris, along with colleagues Daniel Lurie from Tipping Point Foundation, Kamala Harris, Victor G. Carrion, Lenore Anderson, Lisa Pritzker and Katie Albright, founded the Adverse Childhood Experiences project in the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood in San Francisco. From this effort, t

Abdulkhamid Akhilgov

Abdulkhamid Akhilgov

Personal information

Full name
Abdulkhamid Khuseynovich Akhilgov

Date of birth
(1980-08-31) 31 August 1980 (age 36)

Height
1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)

Playing position
Midfielder

Club information

Current team

FC Angusht Nazran

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

2000–2006
FC Angusht Nazran
168
(10)

2009
FC Angusht Nazran
32
(6)

2010
FC Dacia Chişinău

2010
FC Angusht Nazran
12
(1)

2011–2015
FC Angusht Nazran
108
(12)

2016–
FC Angusht Nazran

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 04:56, 24 June 2015 (UTC).

Abdulkhamid Khuseynovich Akhilgov (Russian: Абдулхамид Хусейнович Ахильгов; born 31 August 1980) is a Russian professional football player. He plays for FC Angusht Nazran.
External links[edit]

Career summary at Footballfacts

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