The Solid Sound of the Underground

The Solid Sound of the Underground

Compilation album by Oxide & Neutrino and Various Artists

Released
1 May 2000

Recorded
1999–2000

Genre
UK garage, hip hop, grime

Length
63:13

Label
East West

Oxide & Neutrino chronology


The Solid Sound of the Underground
(2000)
Execute
(2001)

Oxide & Neutrino Present: The Solid Sound of the Underground is a 2000 compilation album containing songs of the So Solid Crew and various other artists of the UK garage scene.[1][2]
Track listing[edit]

“Bound 4 Da Reload” (Remix) – Oxide & Neutrino
“Dangerous” – Same People
“I Don’t Smoke” (Nu Skool Rave Mix) – DJ Dee Kline
“Oh No” – So Solid Crew
“Bring the Lights Down” – Mr. Reds & Kaliber
“Rumble” – Kaos & The One Eyed Wonder
“Life Is What You Make It” – Sidewinder
“Neighbourhood” (Zed Bias vocal mix) – Zed Bias
“Can You Feel It” – Mr. Reds
“Buddah Finger” – Reservoir Dogs
“Dilemma” – So Solid Crew
“You’re Mine” – Suburban Lick
“Basslick” – Second Protocol
“Terminator” – Oxide & Neutrino
“Why” – So Solid Crew
“Poison” – The Corrupted Cru
“Bound 4 Da Reload (Casualty)” – Oxide & Neutrino
“How Much Gal” – The Corrupted Cru
“Supergran” – DJ Oxide/DJ Big Kid

References[edit]

^ “The Solid Sound of the Underground”. allmusic.com. Retrieved on 24 January 2014.
^ “Oxide & Neutrino – The Solid Sound of the Underground”. discogs.com. Retrieved on 24 January 2014.

Rob Davies

Rob Davies may refer to:

Rob Davies (footballer) (born 1987), Welsh professional footballer
Rob Davies (politician) (born 1948), South African politician
Rob Davies (table tennis) (born 1984), Welsh table tennis player

See also[edit]

Robert Davies (disambiguation)
Rob Davis (disambiguation)

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Emilianus of Trevi

Saint Emilianus of Trevi (Italian: Emiliano di Trevi), sometimes[1] known as Miliano (died 304), was a 4th-century bishop of Trevi, martyred under Diocletian.

Contents

1 Life
2 Cult
3 Notes and references
4 External links

Life[edit]
An account of his life is given in the Passio Sancti Miliani.[2]
Emilianus came to Spoleto from Armenia at the end of the 3rd century. He was consecrated bishop by Pope Marcellinus and sent to Trevi.
Under the Persecution of Diocletian he was subjected to innumerable tortures and was eventually put to death on 28 January 304 together with three companions. He was decapitated three kilometres from Trevi, at Bovara, then a pagan holy place, bound to an olive tree (which is said still to exist).
Cult[edit]
Emilianus is the patron of Trevi, of which he was the first bishop. The relics had been forgotten (possibly stolen or hidden during the Middle Ages) but were rediscovered in 1660 during restoration work on Spoleto Cathedral, where they are still preserved.
His feast day is 28 January. The celebrations, going back to remote antiquity, were formerly very solemn, comprising many different events both sacred and secular, of which the most important is the striking nocturnal procession, the Processione dell’Illuminata, held on the evening of the vigil of the feast (27 January).[3]
The saint is also venerated at Ripa in Perugia where his feast in celebrated on the Sunday closest to 28 January.
Notes and references[edit]

^ and apparently more accurately
^ two codices exist of this account, one of the 9th century at Montecassino and one of the 12th century in the archives of Spoleto Cathedral. There are also extant what may be copies from an older document, of the 5th or 6th century.
^ Processione notturno

External links[edit]

Santi e Beati: Sant’Emiliano di Trevi (Italian)

Melinda Tankard Reist

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Melinda Tankard Reist

Born
Melinda Tankard
1963
Mildura, Australia

Occupation
Commentator, author, blogger

Genre
Non-fiction

Subject
Anti-porn, abortion, pro-life feminism, feminism, violence against women

Melinda Tankard Reist (born 23 September 1963) is an Australian writer, speaker, blogger and media commentator. Tankard Reist describes herself as “an advocate for women and girls” and “pro-life feminist”.[1][2] Her website also states that “She is well known for her work on the objectification of women and sexualisation of girls and working to address violence against women.”[1]

Contents

1 Early life
2 Career

2.1 Writing
2.2 Executive management

3 References
4 External links

Early life[edit]
Tankard Reist was born in Mildura, Victoria. She completed secondary schooling at Mildura High School and studied journalism at RMIT before taking up a cadetship at the Sunraysia Daily where she worked from 1983 to 1987. As a recipient of a Rotary Foundation Scholarship, she studied journalism at the California State University, Long Beach in 1987 and 1988.
Career[edit]
On her return to Australia, Tankard Reist was a freelance contributor to newspapers and to ABC radio. From 1991 to 1993 she lived in South East Asia and was engaged in voluntary aid work including caring for infants with disabilities relinquished for adoption. On her return to Australia she took up a position as an advisor to independent Senator Brian Harradine from 1993 to 2005.[3] Tankard Reist was on the founding committee of Karinya House for Mothers and Babies,[4] a supported accommodation and outreach service to women pregnant without support, and Erin House, transitional housing

Children’s Regional Planning Committee

Children’s Regional Planning Committees were established in England and Wales by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Security in 1970 under Section 35 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1969. They comprised one elected representative from each county and county borough council in the area which they covered and were funded by those same councils. There were eleven committees throughout England (North, Yorkshire and Humberside, North Western, West Midlands, East Midlands, East Anglia, Home Counties, London Boroughs, South East, Wessex, and South West) and one for Wales.
The task of these committees was to prepare development plans for a system of community children’s homes in their area and to prepare schemes of “intermediate treatment” (i.e. an intermediate step to be taken before removing a child who was in trouble or at risk into care).
References[edit]

North (No.1 Area) Children’s Regional Planning Committee, Report on the Initial Planning Stage, August 1971

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1958 Cincinnati Redlegs season

1958 Cincinnati Redlegs

Major League affiliations

National League (since 1890)

Location

Crosley Field (since 1934)

Cincinnati (since 1882)

Other information

Owner(s)
Powel Crosley, Jr.

General manager(s)
Gabe Paul

Manager(s)
Birdie Tebbetts, Jimmy Dykes

Local television
WLW
(George Bryson, Frank McCormick)

Local radio
WKRC
(Waite Hoyt, Jack Moran)

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The 1958 Cincinnati Redlegs season consisted of the Redlegs finishing in fourth place in the National League standings with a record of 76–78, 16 games behind the Milwaukee Braves. The Redlegs played their home games at Crosley Field. The season started with Birdie Tebbetts managing the club, but after the Redlegs went 52–61, Tebbetts was replaced in August by Jimmy Dykes, who went 24–17 the rest of the way.

Contents

1 Offseason
2 Regular season

2.1 Season standings
2.2 Record vs. opponents
2.3 Notable transactions
2.4 Roster

3 Player stats

3.1 Batting

3.1.1 Starters by position
3.1.2 Other batters

3.2 Pitching

3.2.1 Starting pitchers
3.2.2 Other pitchers
3.2.3 Relief pitchers

4 Farm system
5 References
6 External links

Offseason[edit]

October 8, 1957: Steve Bilko was purchased by the Redlegs from the Chicago Cubs.[1]
December 5, 1957: Curt Flood and Joe Taylor were traded by the Redlegs to the St. Louis Cardinals for Marty Kutyna, Ted Wieand, and Willard Schmidt.[2]
December 28, 1957: Ted Kluszewski was traded by the Redlegs to the Pittsburgh Pirates for Dee Fondy.[3]

Regular season[edit]
Season standings[edit]

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National League
W
L
Pct.
GB
Home
Road

Milwaukee Braves
92
62
0.597

48–29
44–33

Pittsburgh Pirates
84
70
0.545
8
49–28
35–42

San Francisco Giants
80
74
0.519
12
44–33
36–41

Cincinnati Redlegs
76
78
0.494
16
40–37
36–41

Chicago Cubs
72
82
0.468
20
35–42
37–40

St. Louis Cardinals
72
82
0.468
20
39–38
33–44

Los Angeles Dodgers
71
83
0.461
21
39–38
32–45

Philadelphia Phillies
69
85
0.448
23
35–42
34–43

Record vs. opponents[edit]

1958 National League Records

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Team
CHC
CIN
LAD
MIL
PHI
PIT
SF
STL

Chicago

10–12
11–11
10–12
13–9
9–13
12–10
7–15

Cincinnati
12–10

11–11
5–17
15–7
10–12
11–11
12–10

Los Angeles
11–11
11–11

14–8
10–12
8–14
6–16
11–11

Milwaukee
12–10
17–5
8–14

13–9