Petr Korda

Petr Korda

Country (sports)
Czechoslovakia (1987–1993)
Czech Republic

Residence
Monte Carlo, Monaco & Bradenton, Florida

Born
(1968-01-23) 23 January 1968 (age 49)
Prague, Czechoslovakia

Height
1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)

Turned pro
1987

Retired
July 1999[1]

Plays
Left-handed (one-handed backhand)

Prize money
$10,448,900

Singles

Career record
410–248

Career titles
10

Highest ranking
No. 2 (2 February 1998)

Grand Slam Singles results

Australian Open
W (1998)

French Open
F (1992)

Wimbledon
QF (1998)

US Open
QF (1995, 1997)

Other tournaments

Tour Finals
RR (1992)

Grand Slam Cup
W (1993)

Doubles

Career record
234–160

Career titles
10

Highest ranking
No. 10 (11 June 1990)

Grand Slam Doubles results

Australian Open
W (1996)

French Open
F (1990)

Wimbledon
2R (1990, 1991)

US Open
3R (1989, 1991, 1995)

Team competitions

Davis Cup
SF (1996)

Hopman Cup
W (1994)

Last updated on: July 1999.

Petr Korda (born 23 January 1968) is a Czech former professional tennis player. He reached a career-high Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) world No. 2 singles ranking on February 2, 1998. He tested positive for doping in June 1998 at Wimbledon, was subsequently banned from September 1999 for 12 months, although he retired shortly before the ban.[2]

Contents

1 Tennis career

1.1 Juniors
1.2 Professional career

1.2.1 Suspension and retirement

2 Personal life
3 Grand Slam finals

3.1 Singles: 2 (1 title, 1 runner-up)
3.2 Doubles: 2 (1 title, 1 runner-up)

4 ATP career finals

4.1 Singles: 27 (10 titles, 17 runners-up)
4.2 Doubles: 24 (10 titles, 14 runners-up)

5 Performance timeline

5.1 Singles
5.2 Doubles

6 References
7 External links

Tennis career[edit]
Juniors[edit]
He first came to the tennis world’s attention as a promising junior player. In 1985, he partnered with fellow Czech Cyril Suk to win the boy’s doubles title at the French Open. Korda and Suk ranked the joint-World No. 1 junior doubles players that year.
Junior Slam results:
Australian Open: –
French Open: 3R (1986)
Wimbledon: QF (1986)
US Open: QF (1986)
Professional career[edit]
Korda turned professional in 1987. He won his first career doubles title in 1988, and his first top-level singles title in 1991. Korda was involved in four Grand Slam finals during his career – two in singles and two in doubles. Korda also was known for th

Stężyca, Pomeranian Voivodeship

For other places with the same name, see Stężyca.

Stężyca

Village

Church of Saint Catherine of Alexandria

Stężyca

Coordinates: 54°12′19″N 17°56′57″E / 54.20528°N 17.94917°E / 54.20528; 17.94917

Country
Poland

Voivodeship
Pomeranian

County
Kartuzy

Gmina
Stężyca

Population
2,200

Website
http://www.gminastezyca.pl

Stężyca [stɛ̃ˈʐɨt͡sa] (Kashubian Stãżëca, German Stendsitz) is a village in Kartuzy County, Pomeranian Voivodeship, in northern Poland. It is the seat of the gmina (administrative district) called Gmina Stężyca.[1] It lies approximately 22 kilometres (14 mi) south-west of Kartuzy and 48 km (30 mi) west of the regional capital Gdańsk.
For details of the history of the region, see History of Pomerania.
The village has a population of 2,200.
References[edit]

^ “Central Statistical Office (GUS) – TERYT (National Register of Territorial Land Apportionment Journal)” (in Polish). 2008-06-01. 

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Gmina Stężyca

Seat

Stężyca

Other villages

Betlejem
Bolwerk
Borucino
Chróstowo
Czapielski Młyn
Czysta Woda
Dąbniak
Dąbrowa
Danachowo
Delowo
Drozdowo
Dubowo
Gapowo
Gołubie
Gołubie-Wybudowanie
Kamienica Szlachecka
Kamienny Dół
Klukowa Huta
Kolano
Krzeszna
Krzeszna-Stacja
Kucborowo
Kukówka
Łączyno
Łączyński Młyn
Mała Krzeszna
Malbork
Mestwin
Niebo
Niesiołowice
Nowa Sikorska Huta
Nowa Wieś
Nowe Czaple
Nowe Łosienice
Nowy Ostrów
Ostrowo
Pażęce
Piekło
Pierszczewko
Pierszczewo
Potuły
Przyrowie
Pustka
Pypkowo
Rzepiska
Sikorzyno
Smokowo
Stara Sikorska Huta
Stare Czaple
Stare Łosienice
Stężyca-Wybudowanie
Stężycka Huta
Szczukowo
Szymbark
Teklowo
Uniradze
Wieżyca
Wygoda Łączyńska
Zdrębowo
Zgorzałe
Żuromino

Coordinates: 54°12′19″N 17°56′57″E / 54.20528°N 17.94917°E / 54.20528; 17.94917

Authority control

WorldCat Identities
VIAF: 147957757

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Smucka

Smucka

Village

Smucka

Coordinates: 43°47′N 18°05′E / 43.783°N 18.083°E / 43.783; 18.083

Country
 Bosnia and Herzegovina

Entity
Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Municipality
Hadžići

Time zone
CET (UTC+1)

 • Summer (DST)
CEST (UTC+2)

Smucka is a village in the municipality of Hadžići, Bosnia and Herzegovina.[1]
References[edit]

^ Official results from the book: Ethnic composition of Bosnia-Herzegovina population, by municipalities and settlements, 1991. census, Zavod za statistiku Bosne i Hercegovine – Bilten no.234, Sarajevo 1991.

Coordinates: 43°47′N 18°05′E / 43.783°N 18.083°E / 43.783; 18.083

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County Commuter

County Commuter

Headquarters
1000 West Washington Street

Locale
Hagerstown, Maryland

Service area
Washington County, Maryland

Service type
bus service, paratransit

Routes
10

Website
[1]

The County Commuter is the primary provider of mass transportation in Washington County, Maryland. The agency operates ten routes from Monday through Saturday. Approximately 400,000 people use the service each year.
Route list[edit]

Funkstown
Hopewell Express
Longmeadow
Maugansville
Prime Outlets
Robinwood
Salem Ave/West End
Smithsburg
Valley Mall
Williamsport

External links[edit]

County Commuter

Henry Hay Mildred

Henry Hay Mildred

Born
(1839-08-17)17 August 1839
North Adelaide, South Australia

Died
25 December 1920(1920-12-25) (aged 81)
Wayville, South Australia

Education
St Peter’s College, Adelaide

Occupation
Lawyer

Spouse(s)
Louisa Rachel Montgomery (1842 – 1908)

Children
Elizabeth Gertrude Clarissa Mildred 1864–1929, Annie Atkinson Mildred 1866–1868, Katherine Margaret Bowyer Mildred 1867–1948, Henry Richard Mildred 1869–1872, Lloyd Herbert Montgomery Mildred 1871–1945, Henry Guy Mildred 1874–1951, Horace Randolph Mildred 1875–1950, Henry Hay Mildred 1877–1959, Rachel Montgomery Mildred 1879–

Parent(s)
Henry Richard Mildred and Elizabeth Sarah Mildred (nee Bowyer)

Member for East Torrens in the South Australian House of Assembly

In office
March 1870 – December 1871

Henry Hay Mildred (17 August 1839 – 25 December 1920) was a lawyer and politician in the colony and State of South Australia.[1]
History[edit]
Henry was born in Strangways Terrace, North Adelaide, just two years after the arrival in South Australia of his parents Elizabeth and Henry Mildred in the South Australian. He was educated at Miss Hillier’s School on South Terrace and from the age of nine at St. Peter’s College, which was then conducted in rooms at the rear of Trinity Church. On leaving school he was employed at the law firm of Richman and Wigley in Hindley Street, at that time the centre of business activity in the city. Later he joined the firm of Belt, Cullen & Wigley, and was articled to W. C. Belt, a barrister of the Inner Temple, London. He was called to the South Australian Bar on 22 March 1862.[2] During his legal career Mildred was associated with J. J. Beare, and later with a nephew, C. Herbert. He retired around 1912[3]
He represented House of Assembly seat of East Torrens from March 1870 to December 1871.
He later lived with his daughter, Mrs. Robert Russell, at Young street, Wayville West.
Family[edit]
He married Louisa Rachel Montgomery (2 July 1842 Hurtle Vale, South Australia – 16 April 1908), a daughter of Dr. Robert Montgomery (c. 1809 – 1 March 1866) and Anne (nee Atkinson) of Happy Valley and Glenelg, on 29 July 1863 at the home of Robert Montgomery, Happy Valley. Their children included:

Elizabeth Gertrude Clarissa Mildred (2 May 1864 – 20 April 1929)[4] married Arthur John Kirkham Brierly Longbottom (c. 1864 – 7 June 1936) of Willunga on 25 February 1893
Katherine Margaret Bowyer Mildred (27 Augus

Caroline Dries

Caroline Dries

Dries in 2015

Born
United States

Occupation
Television writer, producer

Years active
2006–present

Caroline Dries is an American television writer and producer who has worked as a writer on three series for The CW; Smallville, Melrose Place and is currently serving as an executive producer on The Vampire Diaries.[1] She is also known for the footage she captured of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on NYC.[2]

Contents

1 Television work

1.1 Smallville
1.2 Melrose Place
1.3 The Vampire Diaries

2 September 11, 2001 experience
3 References
4 External links

Television work[edit]

Smallville[edit]

“Cyborg” (5.15)
“Oracle” (5.21)
“Subterranean” (6.09)
“Nemesis” (6.19)
“Action” (7.05)
“Gemini” (7.09)
“Fracture” (7.12)
“Sleeper” (7.17)
“Toxic” (8.03)
“Bloodline” (8.08)
“Infamous” (8.15)
“Stiletto” (8.19)

Melrose Place[edit]

“Grand” (1.03)
“Cahuenga” (1.10)
“Stoner Canyon” (1.14) (with Caprice Crane)
“Sepulveda” (1.17)

The Vampire Diaries[edit]

“Miss Mystic Falls” (1.19) (with Bryan Oh)
“Isobel” (1.21) (with Brian Young)
“Memory Lane” (2.04)
“The Sacrifice” (2.10)
“The House Guest” (2.16)
“The Sun Also Rises” (2.21) (with Mike Daniels)
“The End of the Affair” (3.03)
“Smells Like Teen Spirit” (3.06) (with Julie Plec)
“Ordinary People” (3.08) (with Julie Plec)
“Dangerous Liaisons” (3.14)
“The Murder Of One” (3.18)
“Before Sunset” (3.21)
“Growing Pains” (4.01)
“My Brother’s Keeper” (4.07) (with Elisabeth R. Finch)
“Into the Wild” (4.13)
“Pictures of You” (4.19) (with Neil Reynolds)
“The Walking Dead” (4.22) (with Brian Young)
“Graduation” (4.23) (with Julie Plec)
“I Know What You Did Last Summer” (5.01)
“Handle with Care” (5.06) (with Holly Brix)
“Fifty Shades of Grayson” (5.10)
“500 Years of Solitude” (5.11) (with Julie Plec)
“While You Were Sleeping” (5.16)
“Resident Evil” (5.18) (with Brian Young)
“Home” (5.22) (with Brian Young)
“I’ll Remember” (6.01)
“Christmas Through Your Eyes” (6.10)
“Stay” (6.14) (with Brian Young)
“The Downward Spiral” (6.16) (with Brian Young)
“I’m Thinking of You All the While” (6.22) (with Julie Plec)
“Day One of Twenty-Two Thousand, Give or Take” (7.01)
“Best Served Cold” (7.06)

September 11, 2001 experience[edit]
At 8:46 on 9/11, Dries and her roommate Megan were sleeping in at their New York University dormitory. They were awakened when American Airlines Flight 11 hit the North Tower. Dries began videotaping the crash scene with a camcorder she got about a week prior, while other d