Cloughton Formation

Cloughton Formation
Stratigraphic range: Jurassic

Type
Formation

Location

Region
England

Country
United Kingdom

The Cloughton Formation is a geologic formation in England. It preserves fossils dating back to the Jurassic period.
See also[edit]

Earth sciences portal
England portal
Paleontology portal
Jurassic portal
Mesozoic portal

List of fossiliferous stratigraphic units in England

References[edit]

Various Contributors to the Paleobiology Database. “Fossilworks: Gateway to the Paleobiology Database”. Retrieved 8 July 2014. 

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Cape Betbeder

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Cape Betbeder is a cape which marks the southwest end of Andersson Island, lying in Antarctic Sound off the northeast tip of Antarctic Peninsula. Charted by the Swedish Antarctic Expedition on the Antarctic, 1901–04, under Otto Nordenskjöld, and named by him for R. Admiral Onofre Betbeder, Argentine Minister of Marine, upon whose orders the Argentine ship Uruguay was dispatched to rescue Nordenskjold’s expedition.
 This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document “Cape Betbeder” (content from the Geographic Names Information System).
Coordinates: 63°37′S 56°41′W / 63.617°S 56.683°W / -63.617; -56.683

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Stuart Hamblen

Stuart Hamblen

Background information

Birth name
Carl Stuart Hamblen

Born
October 20, 1908
Kellyville, Texas, United States

Died
March 8, 1989(1989-03-08) (aged 80)
Santa Monica, California

Genres
Country music
Cowboy music
Gospel music

Occupation(s)
Singer-songwriter

Years active
1926–1989

Labels
Decca Records
RCA Records
Four Star Records

Stuart Hamblen (October 20, 1908 – March 8, 1989), born Carl Stuart Hamblen, became one of American radio’s first singing cowboys in 1926, going on to become a singer, actor, radio show host, and songwriter, later undergoing a Christian conversion and becoming a Temperance movement supporter and recurring candidate for political office. He is best known as the composer of the song This Ole House (1954).

Contents

1 Biography
2 Music

2.1 Hit Singles

3 Awards
4 Politics
5 See also
6 References
7 External links

Biography[edit]
Hamblen was born to the family of an itinerant Methodist preacher on October 20, 1908, in Kellyville, Texas. He married Suzy Daniels and fathered two children with her. Hamblen’s father was Dr. J. H. Hamblen, a minister in the Methodist Church in Texas, who in 1946 founded the Evangelical Methodist Church denomination in Abilene, Texas.
From 1931 Hamblen began hosting the popular radio program Family Album in California, composing music and acting in motion pictures with cowboy stars including Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, and John Wayne. In 1934 he became the first artist signed by the American subsidiary of Decca Records.[1]
Hamblen didn’t cope well with the pressures of his high-profile career and sought relief in alcohol. Many times his drinking landed him in jail for public brawling and other destructive behavior. The Texas State Historical Association reports that Hamblen identified himself as the “original juvenile delinquent.”[2] Because Hamblen was hugely popular, his radio sponsors regularly bailed him out of jail and smoothed things over. For a while, he ventured into horse-racing as an owner.[3] Inevitably, Hamblen’s drinking and gambling problems severely affected his life and career. In 1949 after years of struggle with alcohol, Hamblen underwent a religious conversion at a Billy Graham crusade in Los Angeles, and was soon fired from his radio program after refusing to do beer commercials. He subsequently gave up gambling and horse racing, and entered Christian broadcasting with his radio show The Cowboy Church of the Air, which ran until 1952.[4]
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Bursa verrucosa

Bursa verrucosa

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Mollusca

Class:
Gastropoda

(unranked):
clade Caenogastropoda
clade Hypsogastropoda
clade Littorinimorpha

Superfamily:
Tonnoidea

Family:
Bursidae

Genus:
Bursa

Species:
B. verrucosa

Binomial name

Bursa verrucosa
(G. B. Sowerby I, 1825)

Synonyms

Ranella verrucosa Sowerby, 1825
Murex papilla Wood, 1828
Annaperenna verrucosa Iredale, 1936

Bursa verrucosa is a species of large sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Bursidae, known as the frog shells.
Description[edit]

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Distribution[edit]
This species is found in portions of Australia, New Zealand,[1] and the Kermadec Islands, in moderate water depths.
References[edit]

^ Powell A. W. B. (1979). New Zealand Mollusca, William Collins Publishers Ltd, Auckland, New Zealand. ISBN 0-00-216906-1

Taxon identifiers

EoL: 4849632
GBIF: 5796818
WoRMS: 476457

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Stuntin’ Like My Daddy

“Stuntin’ Like My Daddy”

Single by Birdman and Lil Wayne

from the album Like Father, Like Son

Released
July 18, 2006

Format
Digital download

Recorded
2006

Genre
Southern hip hop

Length
4:27

Label
Cash Money, Universal

Writer(s)
Birdman, Lil Wayne

Producer(s)
T-Mix

Lil Wayne singles chronology

“Gimme That (Remix)”
(2006)
“Stuntin’ Like My Daddy”
(2006)
“Leather So Soft”
(2006)

“Stuntin’ Like My Daddy” is the first single from Birdman and Lil Wayne’s album, Like Father, Like Son. It peaked at number twenty-one on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States, won the 2007 BET Viewer’s Choice Award,[1] and was named the 94th best song of 2006 by Rolling Stone magazine.[2]

Contents

1 Music video
2 Freestlyes and remixes
3 Sampling
4 Charts
5 References
6 External links

Music video[edit]
The music video has cameos from Yo Gotti, and All Star Cashville Prince.
Freestlyes and remixes[edit]
Freestyles by Lil Flip, Young Jeezy, and Plies have been made. A rock remix is featured on the deluxe version of the album. “Suicideyear” also has a popular remix of this song, It has been said that it “goes harder” than the original. Chief Keef also used the same instrumental from the song for his mixtape Finally Rolling 2. The song is titled ‘Stuntin Like My Mamma’
Sampling[edit]
The song was sampled by Soulja Boy on his song “Yamaha Mama” on the album iSouljaBoyTellem. It was also a featured sample on the first track of Girl Talk’s Feed the Animals and has also been sampled on Lil Wayne & Nicki Minaj’s “Don’t Stop Won’t Stop”, a mixtape track from Da Drought 3.
Charts[edit]

Chart (2006)
Peak
Position

U.S. Billboard Hot 100
21

U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs
7

U.S. Billboard Hot Rap Tracks
5

U.S. Billboard Pop 100
42

References[edit]

^ Nero, Mark Edward (2007-06-27). “2007 BET Awards Winners”. About.com. Retrieved 2010-08-06. 
^ The 100 Best Songs of 2006 : Rolling Stone

External links[edit]

Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics

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Lil Wayne singles discography

Tha Block Is Hot

“Tha Block Is Hot”

500 Degreez

“Way of Life”

Tha Carter

“Go D.J.”

Tha Carter II

“Fireman”
“Hustler Musik”
“Shooter”

Like Father, Like Son

“Stuntin’ Like My Daddy”
“Leather So Soft”
“You Ain’t Know”

The Leak

“Gossip”
“I’m Me”

Tha Carter III

“Lollipop”
“A Milli”
“Got Money”
“Mrs. Officer”

We Are Young Money

“Every Girl”
“BedR