Niayesh

Niayesh
نيايش

village

Niayesh

Coordinates: 31°42′39″N 49°23′47″E / 31.71083°N 49.39639°E / 31.71083; 49.39639Coordinates: 31°42′39″N 49°23′47″E / 31.71083°N 49.39639°E / 31.71083; 49.39639

Country
 Iran

Province
Khuzestan

County
Haftgel

Bakhsh
Central

Rural District
Howmeh

Time zone
IRST (UTC+3:30)

 • Summer (DST)
IRDT (UTC+4:30)

Niayesh (Persian: نيايش‎‎, also Romanized as Nīāyesh; also known as Eskandarābād, Mo’asseseh-ye Dāmdārī Va Morgh Dārī-ye Hūdād)[1] is a village in Howmeh Rural District, in the Central District of Haftgel County, Khuzestan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its existence was noted, but its population was not reported.[2]
References[edit]

^ Niayesh can be found at GEOnet Names Server, at this link, by opening the Advanced Search box, entering “-3764771” in the “Unique Feature Id” form, and clicking on “Search Database”.
^ “Census of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 1385 (2006)”. Islamic Republic of Iran. Archived from the original (Excel) on 2011-11-11. 

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Haftkel County

Capital

Haftkel

Districts

Central

Cities

Haftkel

Rural Districts
and villages

Howmeh

Abshar
Barm-e Gavmishi-ye Seh
Boneh-ye Khiraleh
Dasht-e Denayik
Deh-e Alireza
Deh-e Julan
Deh-e Nowruz
Dimeh Darb
Gandalzar
Jaru
Kal Khongak-e Bozorg
Mah Sonboli
Niayesh
Nomreh-ye Do
Nomreh-ye Panzdah
Sar Teyuk-e Olya
Sar Teyuk-e Sofla
Shur Barik
Si Mayeli-ye Gardbisheh

Raghiveh

Cities

none

Rural Districts
and villages

Gazin

Abu Alimeh
Abu Tabareh-ye Do
Abu Tabareh-ye Yek
Alvaniyeh
Bahmanabad
Boneh-ye Ajam
Chaman Laleh
Darreh Bid
Ebadat-e Do
Ebadat-e Yek
Emam Safi
Eslamabad
Gaz-e Barmakan
Gazin
Gondek-e Hasan
Gondek-e Isa
Gondek-e Seh
Karvansara
Kondek-e Khanjar
Naft Sefid
Nobgan
Nomreh-ye Davazdah
Nomreh-ye Yek
Omm ol Safayeh-ye Do
Omm ol Safayeh-ye Yek
Raghiveh
Salemiyeh
Saraj ol Din
Shajirat
Shoheytat
Susangan

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Clydestone Ghana

Clydestone Ghana and Nigeria

Type

Public limited company

Traded as
GSE: CLYD

Industry
Information technology

Founded
June 1989

Founder
Paul Tse Jacquaye

Headquarters
16 Adebeto Close, North Labone, Accra, Ghana

Number of locations

7a Idejo Street, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria

Area served

Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya

Key people

(Chairman)
Paul Tse Jacquaye (CEO)

Products
Information and communications technology

Website
www.clydestone.com

Clydestone Ghana is a Ghanaian information and communications technology company. They are listed on the stock index of the Ghana Stock Exchange, the GSE All-Share Index. Formed in June 1989, operates in the Area of Payment Systems – Cheque Truncation and ACH Systems, G-switch(Global Switch) a transaction processing company, G-secure an Issuer and Acquirer Authentication Platform for Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Union Pay International
External links[edit]

Clydestone Ghana Official Website
Clydestone Ghana at Alacrastore

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Economy of Ghana

Currency: Ghanaian cedi

Banking

Offshore / Private

Capital Bank
National Investment Bank
Prudential Bank Limited
UniBank

Retail / Savings

Agricultural Development Bank of Ghana
CAL Bank
GCB Bank Ltd
Home Finance Company
UT Bank

Savings and loan

ABii National
Savings and Loans Company

Insurance

Enterprise Group
SIC Insurance Company
Vanguard Assurance Company Limited

Communications

Communications

New media

Electricity
Transportation
Water supply and sanitation

Water privatization

Industries

Companies
Agriculture

Cocoa
Salt

Healthcare
Manufacturing
Mining
Petroleum
Tourism

Trade unions

Ghana Federation of Labour
Trades Union Congress of Ghana

  Ghana templates
  Ghana topics

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Claudio Meneses

This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Meneses and the second or maternal family name is Cordero.

Claudio Meneses

Personal information

Full name
Claudio Andrés Meneses Cordero

Date of birth
(1988-02-05) 5 February 1988 (age 29)

Place of birth
La Serena, Chile

Height
1.76 m (5 ft 9 1⁄2 in)

Playing position
Central midfielder

Club information

Current team

TBA

Youth career

2007–2008
Deportes La Serena

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

2008–2011
Deportes La Serena
48
(1)

2012–2015
O’Higgins
24
(0)

2014–2015
→ Audax Italiano (loan)
32
(0)

2015–2016
→ San Luis de Quillota (loan)
22
(0)

2016
Pahang
4
(0)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 8 August 2016.

Claudio Andrés Meneses Cordero (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈklawðjo anˈdres meˈneses], born 5 February 1988) is a Chilean footballer that currently plays for Malaysia Super League club Pahang as a central midfielder.

Contents

1 Career

1.1 O’Higgins

2 Honours

2.1 Club
2.2 Individual

3 References
4 External links

Career[edit]
O’Higgins[edit]
In 2012, Meneses was runner-up with O’Higgins, after lose the final against Universidad de Chile in the penalty shoot-out.[1]
In 2013, he won the Apertura 2013-14 with O’Higgins. In the tournament, he played in 11 of 18 matches.[2]
Honours[edit]
Club[edit]

O’Higgins

Primera División: Apertura 2013-14

Individual[edit]

O’Higgins

Medalla Santa Cruz de Triana: 2014

References[edit]

^ http://www.cooperativa.cl/noticias/deportes/torneo-de-apertura/final/u-de-chile-vencio-en-infartante-definicion-a-o-higgins-y-logro-su-primer-tricampeonato/2012-07-02/174644.html
^ http://eltipografo.cl/2013/12/el-cielo-es-celeste/

External links[edit]

Fuentes at Football Lineups
Claudio Meneses profile at Soccerway
BDFA Profile

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San Luis de Quillota – current squad

1 Cano
2 Leal
3 Silva
4 Estay
5 Ramírez
6 Santander
7 Gómez
9 Escobar
10 Saavedra
11 Martínez
12 Chaparro
14 Vicencio
15 Guzmán
16 Viveros
17 Sepúlveda
18 Abán
19 Ponce
20 Morales
21 Sagredo
22 Reyes
23 Rivas
24 Saavedra
25 Montenegro
26 Contreras
27 González
28 Fuentes
29 Fiorina
30 Bravo
31 Césped
Manager: Ramírez

 
O’Higgins squads

Rusnano

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Rusnano

Founded
Moscow, Russia (2007 (2007))

Headquarters
Moscow, Russia

Key people

Anatoly Chubais
(Chairman of the Executive Board and CEO)

Number of employees

470 (2010)[1]

Website
en.rusnano.com

Rusnano (Russian: Роснано) (formerly Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies) is a government-owned[2] joint-stock company created as a Private Equity and Venture Capital Vehicle by the government of Russia and aimed at commercializing developments in nanotechnology. Rusnano’s task is to create a Russian nano-industry whose products will be worth 900 billion rubles by 2015.[3] In April 2012 they invested US$79 Million in Quantenna Communications, a manufacturer of semiconductors for wireless networks and devices. According to a press release issued by Rusnano, this investment will leverage synergies between Quantenna’s portfolio and a number of nanotechnology initiatives that are under way at Rusnano.[4]

Contents

1 History
2 Management bodies
3 Funds
4 Activities

4.1 Investment projects

5 Subsidiary
6 References
7 External links

History[edit]
The law which resulted in the creation of the “Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies” was proposed by several members of the United Russia party on June 2007. The proposal passed its first reading in the State Duma on June 14[5] and its final reading on July 4. The upper house and the Federation Council, approved it on July 6.[6] Initially organized as a state corporation, the company was re-registered on March 11, 2011 as the open joint-stock company Rusnano.[7]
In 2009, Rusnano established an international award in the “nano” field – the Rusnanoprize.[8] The prize is awarded annually in one of the following fields: Optics and Electronics, Nanomaterials, Surface Modification, Medicine, Pharmacology, Biotechnologies, and Green Technologies. The prize fund is worth 3 million rubles.
On 7 September 2007 Vladimir Putin appointed Leonid Melamed, a former deputy CEO of RAO UES, the Director General of Rusnano. On September 22, 2008, President Dmitry Medvedev appointed Anatoly Chubais as the Director General of Rusnano. This same decree removed former Director General Leonid Melamed from his position. Despite this, Melamed is

The Partner (TV series)

The Partner

Genre
Reality show

Presented by
Marcus Lemonis

Country of origin
United States

Original language(s)
English

No. of seasons
1

Production

Executive producer(s)

Amber Mazzola
Marcus Lemonis

Production company(s)

Machete Productions
Marcus Lemonis Productions LLC

Release

Original network
CNBC

Original release
TBD

Chronology

Related shows
The Profit

The Partner is an upcoming American reality television show which will be broadcast on CNBC. The series will feature entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis auditioning six to eight candidates to help run businesses Lemonis has invested in during his other CNBC program The Profit.[1]
Candidates will be auditioned over a six-week period, with one being selected to be Lemonis’ partner.[2] The winner will receive a three-year contract including a salary of US$163,000 and a 1% equity stake in Lemonis’ portfolio.[3] The series drew comparisons to another business themed reality format The Apprentice.[3]
The series was announced on January 14, 2016 and was originally supposed to debut in Summer 2016. The series will debut February 28, 2017.
See also[edit]

The Apprentice
The Profit

References[edit]

^ “CNBC Greenlights ‘Cleveland Hustles’ with NBA Superstar LeBron James and ‘The Partner’ with Marcus Lemonis”. CNBC. January 14, 2016. Retrieved January 15, 2016. 
^ Marotti, Ally (January 14, 2016). “Marcus Lemonis announces new CNBC show ‘The Partner'”. Chicago Tribune. Retrieved January 15, 2016. 
^ a b de Moraes, Lisa (January 14, 2016). “‘The Profit’ Host Marcus Lemonis To Star In CNBC Spinoff, ‘The Partner’ – TCA”. Deadline. Retrieved January 15, 2016. 

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CNBC primetime programming

Former

Crowd Rules
The Car Chasers
Treasure Detectives

Current

American Greed
Billion Dollar Buyer
Blue Collar Millionaires
Cleveland Hustles
Jay Leno’s Garage
Make Me a Millionaire Inventor
Restaurant Startup
Secret Lives of the Super Rich
The Profit
West Texas Investors Club

Upcoming

The Partner

Al Capone (disambiguation)

Al Capone (1899–1947) was an American gangster.
Al Capone may also refer to:

Al Capone (film), a 1959 biographical film about Al Capone
“Al Capone” (song), a 1964 single by Prince Buster
“Al Capone”, a song by Michael Jackson on the album Bad 25
Al Capone, a board game that was an earlier version of Alhambra

See also[edit]

Al Kapone, American rapper
Al Capone II (born 1988), a steeplechaser horse
Dennis Alcapone, Jamaican reggae musician
Capone (disambiguation)

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BuluBebek

The BuluBebek virus is a computer worm that was first discovered on October 10, 2008. The virus is not exceptionally widespread, but rather has only infected small groups of computers. Related to the Kenshin, Doraemon, and Naturo viruses, the virus has infected computers in various parts of the world. It is written in a high level programming language, known as Visual Basic. The virus is only 53 KB in size and creates two files on the computers it infects, an EXE file and an INF file.

Contents

1 History
2 Computer infections
3 Detection and removal
4 See also
5 References
6 External links

History[edit]

In order to prevent the computer user from recognizing the threat and removing it from the system, scripts are written to prevent the Task Manager from opening and to disable Registry Tools. Microsoft Visual Studio Debugging Tools are also targeted by these script, making it impossible for certain drivers to access this information. Unlike some more aggressive viruses, this worm is relatively bengin for the computers it manages to infect.
Experts guess that the writers of this particular virus likely did so simply for the fun of it, as it serves next to no purpose for the author of the worm. The only effects of infection that will be evident to the computer user are that files and folders may be hidden from view. This can occur both on the computer system itself and any flash media used with the machine.

Computer infections[edit]
The BuluBebek virus is not spread on the Internet like many other viruses, by primarily is transmitted to other systems through flash media drives. For this reason, the virus has thankfully remained relatively uncommon. Systems that are infected will pass the worm on if they access or create files on a flash drive that is in turn used in another system.[1] For this reason, it remains important for infected computer users to remove the offending files as quickly as possible.
Detection and removal[edit]

Fortunately, most major antivirus packages will recognize the BuluBebek virus if a full system scan is run.[2] When this occurs, the Antivirus software will quarantine suspicious files and notify the computer user of the issue at hand. If the user wishes to do so, the BuluBebek virus can also be removed from the infected system manually.[3]
In order to manually remove the virus, the computer user will need to disconnect from the Internet and temporarily disable System Restore. At this point, an alternative software program t