The Crossing (Star Trek: Enterprise)

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“The Crossing”

Star Trek: Enterprise episode

A possessed Tucker

Episode no.
Season 2
Episode 18

Directed by
David Livingston

Story by
Rick Berman
Brannon Braga
André Bormanis

Teleplay by
Rick Berman
Brannon Braga

Featured music
Paul Baillargeon

Production code

Original air date
April 2, 2003 (2003-04-02)

Guest appearance(s)

Joseph Will – Crewman Michael Rostov
Steven Allerick – Ensign Cook
Alexander Chance – Crewman #1
Matthew Kiminsky – Crewman Cunningham
Valarie Ianniello – Female Crewmember

Episode chronology

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“The Crossing” is the forty-fourth episode of the television series Star Trek: Enterprise, the eighteenth of the second season.
Non-corporeal aliens attempt to take over the Earth starship Enterprise.
While at warp speed, a huge alien vessel overtakes and swallows Enterprise, disabling the ship’s engines and weapons. When the scanners register neither the alien ship nor its numerous energy-wisp-like non-corporeal beings, Captain Archer takes Lieutenant Reed and Commander Tucker on an away mission to the interior. While EV Tucker is visibly “entered” by one of the beings before being returned to his normal state. Doctor Phlox’s examination, however, reveals no lingering effects.
Later, Tucker is possessed again, and is soon located in the mess hall enjoying the simple pleasures of food. When asked, the alien says that they are explorers who merely want to experience the tangible nature of the corporeal state they long evolved from. In exchange, the crew would be permitted to have out of body experiences. Archer, dou

Jubilate Group

The Jubilate Group


Michael Baughen

Country of origin
United Kingdom

Headquarters location
Torquay, Devon, England

Official website

The Jubilate Group is a Christian publishing house, which administers copyright for more than sixty composers and writers. The group was founded by Michael Baughen in the 1960s. The group’s first production was Youth Praise. In 1982, Jubilate published Hymns for Today’s Church, one of the first hymn books with completely modernised language. In 1999, Sing Glory, Jubilate’s most recent major hymn book, was published.


1 Chairmen of Jubilate
2 History

2.1 Founding
2.2 In the United States
2.3 Later work

3 Styles of work
4 Makeup and functions
5 Board of directors
6 References
7 External links

Chairmen of Jubilate[edit]


Michael Baughen
1980 to 1999

Michael Saward
1999 to 2001

Steve James
2001 to 2014 (?)

Noel Tredinnick
2014 (?) to present

In the early 1960s, the Reverend Michael Baughen (who later became Anglican Bishop of Chester) was concerned about the declining popularity of traditional hymns, and brought together a few friends to see what might be done about it. Some were composers, others lyricists. Over a long period this group worked together and wrote a collection of 150 new songs, entitled Youth Praise. The Church Pastoral Aid Society (a long-established English home missionary society) accepted Youth Praise and, in March 1966, published it. Within a short time it became a best-seller among its kind. Three years later the CPAS published Youth Praise 2.
By 1966 the central group comprised Michael Baughen, Richard Bewes, Christopher Collins, Christopher Idle, Edward Shirras, Michael Saward, James Seddon, Norman Warren, David Wilson and Michael Perry.
In 1980, the group became a limited liability company with the title Jubilate Hymns Ltd.[1]
In the United States[edit]
George Shorney of Hope Publishing in Carol Stream, Illinois, enlisted the independent cooperation, first of Timothy Dudley-Smith and then of the extended group. As a result of his effort The Jubilate Group and its works have found their way into the American hymnals Worship, Rejoice in the Lord, The Hymnal 1982, Psalter Hymnal, The Worshiping Church, The Baptist Hymnal, Christian Worship, Trinity Hymnal and others. Similarly, many American hymns have emerged in Jubilate Group publications.
Later work[edit]
The Jubilate Group considered

1293 Sonja

1293 Sonja

Discovery [1]

Discovered by
E. Delporte

Discovery site
Uccle Obs.

Discovery date
26 September 1933


MPC designation
1293 Sonja

Named after

unknown [2]

Alternative names

1933 SO

Minor planet category

Mars-crosser [1][3][4]

Orbital characteristics [1]

Epoch 16 February 2017 (JD 2457800.5)

Uncertainty parameter 0

Observation arc
83.28 yr (30,419 days)

2.8410 AU

1.6140 AU

Semi-major axis

2.2275 AU


Orbital period

3.32 yr (1,214 days)

Mean anomaly


Mean motion

0° 17m 47.4s / day


Longitude of ascending node


Argument of perihelion


Earth MOID
0.6163 AU

Physical characteristics

7000365000000000000♠3.65±0.45 km[5]
7.23 km (derived)[4]
7000780000000000000♠7.80±0.7 km (IRAS:3)[6]

Rotation period

7000287600000000000♠2.876±0.001 h[a]
7000287680000000000♠2.8768±0.0003 h[b][c]
7000287797000000000♠2.87797±0.00002 h[d][e]
7000287800000000000♠2.878±0.001 h[7]
7000287850000000000♠2.8785±0.0001 h[8]
7000287900000000000♠2.879±0.001 h[f][g]
7000287900000000000♠2.879±0.002 h[9]
7000288100000000000♠2.881±0.002 h[h]

Geometric albedo

0.1226 (derived)[4]
6999459800000000000♠0.4598±0.095 (IRAS:3)[6]

Spectral type

SMASS = Sq [1] · S [4]

Absolute magnitude (H)

12.00[6] · 13.50[5] · 13.6[1][4] · 7001138600000000000♠13.86±0.32[10]

1293 Sonja, provisional designation 1933 SO, is a stony asteroid and bright Mars-crosser from the innermost regions of the asteroid belt, approximately 7 kilometers in diameter. It was discovered on 26 September 1933, by Belgian astronomer Eugène Delporte at Uccle Observatory in Belgium.[3] Two nights later, Sonja was independently discovered by Soviet astronomer Grigory Neujmin at Simeiz on the Crimean peninsula. The origin of the asteroid’s name is unknown.[2]
In the SMASS taxonomy, Sonja is classified as a Sq-type, an intermediary between the abundant S and rather rare Q-type asteroids. It orbits the Sun at a distance of 1.6–2.8 AU once every 3 years and 4 months (1,214 days). Its orbit has an eccentricity of 0.28 and an inclination of 5° with respect to the ecliptic.[1] Sonja’s observation arc begins with its official discovery observation at Uccle, as no

List of birds of North America (Cuculiformes)

Main article: List of birds of North America
Cuckoos, roadrunners and anis[edit]

Black-billed cuckoo

Order: Cuculiformes   Family: Cuculidae
The family Cuculidae includes cuckoos, roadrunners and anis. These birds are of variable size with slender bodies, long tails and strong legs.

Bay-breasted cuckoo, Coccyzus rufigularis EN
Black-billed cuckoo, Coccyzus erythropthalmus LC
Chestnut-bellied cuckoo, Coccyzus pluvialis LC
Cocos cuckoo, Coccyzus ferrugineus VU
Common cuckoo, Cuculus canorus (A) LC
Dark-billed cuckoo, Coccyzus melacoryphus LC
Dwarf cuckoo, Coccycua pumila LC
Gray-capped cuckoo, Coccyzus lansbergi LC
Great lizard cuckoo, Coccyzus merlini LC
Greater ani, Crotophaga major LC
Greater roadrunner, Geococcyx californianus LC
Groove-billed ani, Crotophaga sulcirostris LC
Hispaniolan lizard cuckoo, Coccyzus longirostris LC
Lesser ground cuckoo, Morococcyx erythropygus LC
Lesser roadrunner, Geococcyx velox LC *Little cuckoo, Coccycua minuta LC
Mangrove cuckoo, Coccyzus minor LC
Oriental cuckoo, Cuculus optatus (A) LC
Pearly-breasted cuckoo, Coccyzus euleri (A) LC
Pheasant cuckoo, Dromococcyx phasianellus LC
Puerto Rican lizard cuckoo, Coccyzus vieilloti LC
Rufous-vented ground cuckoo, Neomorphus geoffroyi LC (ssp. dulcis: E)
Smooth-billed ani, Crotophaga ani LC
Squirrel cuckoo, Piaya cayana LC
Striped cuckoo, Tapera naevia LC
Yellow-billed cuckoo, Coccyzus americanus LC


List of birds of North America


Geese, ducks, swans and screamers




Curassows, guans, guineafowls, quails, grouse and turkeys


Albatrosses, shearwaters and petrels


Frigatebirds, boobies, gannets, cormorants and darters


Pelicans, bitterns, herons, egrets, ibises and spoonbills


Ospreys, hawks, eagles and kites


Rails, gallinules, coots, sungrebe, limpkin and cranes


Thick-knees, lapwings, plovers, oystercatchers, stilts, avocets, jacanas, sandpipers, pratincoles, gulls, terns, skimmers, skuas, auks, murres and puffins


Caracaras and falcons


Pigeons and doves


Lorikeets, parakeets, macaws and parrots


Cuckoos, roadrunners and anis




Nightjars, potoos and oilbird


Swifts and hummingbirds


Todies, motmot

Lebanon at the 2005 Mediterranean Games

Lebanon at the
2005 Mediterranean Games

IOC code

Lebanese Olympic Committee

in Almería

Ranked —th



Mediterranean Games appearances (overview)


Lebanon (LIB) competed at the 2005 Mediterranean Games in Almería, Spain. The nation had a total number of 20 participants (16 men and 4 women).
Results by event[edit]

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See also[edit]

Lebanon at the 2004 Summer Olympics
Lebanon at the 2008 Summer Olympics


Official Site


Nations at the 2005 Mediterranean Games in Almería, Spain

Bosnia and Herzegovina
San Marino
Serbia and Montenegro


Simon Nye

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Simon Nye

(1958-07-29) 29 July 1958 (age 58)
Sussex, England

Writer, comedy

Years active

Claudia Stumpfl

Simon Nye (born 29 July 1958 in Burgess Hill, Sussex) is an English comic television writer, best known for creating the hit sitcom Men Behaving Badly, writing all of the four ITV Pantos, co-writing the 2006 film Flushed Away, co-writing Reggie Perrin and creating the latest adaption of the Just William in the same-name CBBC series of 2010.


1 Career
2 Men Behaving Badly
3 Other work
4 Filmography
5 Bibliography

5.1 Novels
5.2 Translations

6 References
7 External links

Nye was born in Burgess Hill, Sussex. Nye was educated at Collyer’s School and Bedford College, University of London, where he studied French and German. He started his writing career as a translator, publishing translations of books on Richard Wagner, Henri Matisse and Georges Braque, before turning his hand to novel writing in 1989 with Men Behaving Badly. This was followed in 1991 by Wideboy, which he later adapted into the TV show Frank Stubbs Promotes.
Men Behaving Badly[edit]
Nye’s TV writing career began in 1990 when he was persuaded by producer Beryl Vertue to adapt his first novel for the small screen. The two series of Men Behaving Badly was broadcast on ITV in 1992. The show soon went on to achieve critical and commercial success, winning the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain Award for Best Situation Comedy in 1995, and the Royal Television Society Award for Best Situation Comedy/Comedy Drama in 1996. The show became the most-repeated comedy show in the 1990s.
Nye also appeared in the show, briefly playing a prospective tenant in the episode “Gary and Tony”. He also played one of Gary’s friends, Clive, in the episode where Gary and Dorothy plan to get married.
Other work[edit]
Though best known for sitcoms – such as Is It Legal? (starring Imelda Staunton), How Do You Want Me? (starring Charlotte Coleman and Dylan Moran),

Gogi Dolidze

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Giorgi (Gogi) Dolidze (Georgian: გოგი დოლიძე; born 5 September 1954, in Tbilisi) was a Georgian singer.
From 1961-1971, he studied at the Tbilisi 24 – Secondary School, at the same time – Music College in 1976, graduated from Tbilisi. Chavchavadze State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages, English enisspetsialobit.
He worked as a studio “Georgian Film” Methodists, “in the matter avtotrans”
From 1979 until the end of life, he was the TV version of the folk art editor. He was senior editor, since 1989 – the same redaktsiss Department.
From 1979-1996, he worked in the editorial office of Radio Corporation of folk art. Gained particular popularity in the years 1980-1990, as a soloist and excellent partner. Tembri superb sound, great range, performance, and rich repertoire of her distinctive style became the basis for success. Voices performing the same charm as the folk, and pop songs as well as urban. In 1976-1983, he sang folk ensemble “in phase”, in 1986 the famous “Geo

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Vyvienne Long

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Vyvienne Long

Birth name
Vyvienne Long


folk, indie

Vocals, Cello, Piano

Associated acts
Damien Rice


Vyvienne Long is a musician from Co. Dublin, Ireland. A classically trained cellist from the College of Music, Dublin and the Escola de Musica in Barcelona, she also sings and plays piano and writes music for her quintet which comprises 2 cellos, piano, doublebass and drums.
After touring for many years with Damien Rice she released an EP entitled Birdtalk in 2006. Her well-known cello heavy cover version of Seven Nation Army appeared on Even Better than the Real Thing vol 2, a compilation of Irish artists. In March 2009 she released a single from her album called Happy Thoughts. The song, originally used for a cheese ad, asks a number of whimsical questions relating to the unusual habits of various wild animals.
Her debut album Caterpillar Sarabande, recorded in The Cauldron Studios Dublin, was released in Ireland and digitally on 12 March 2010.
She headlined A Gig For Haiti, a benefit concert for Oxfam in Dublin on 27 March 2010, which featured other Irish artists such as Sweet Jane, The Last Tycoons and Rob Smith.[1]


1 Discography
2 See also
3 References
4 External links


Birdtalk (EP) (EP) released 15 September 2006
A cover version of The White Stripes’s Seven Nation Army on Even Better than the Real Thing Vol. 2.
Happy Thoughts (single) released 6 March 2009
Caterpillar Sarabande (album) released 12 March 2010

See also[edit]

Damien Rice



External links[edit]

Official Website (Fan Website)

Authority control

MusicBrainz: e5bda626-1c32-44d4-8d7b-3cd2c14695c6

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Zechariah (list of biblical figures)

This article is about people in the Bible named Zechariah. For other uses, see Zechariah.
The male given name Zechariah is derived from the Hebrew זְכַרְיָה, meaning “The Lord has remembered.” It has been translated into English in many variant forms and spellings, including Zachariah, Zacharias and Zachary.
It was the name of various men in the Bible.
New Testament[edit]

Zechariah (priest), the father of John the Baptist. In the King James version of the Bible his name was written Zacharias. He is recognised as a saint in both the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church. See also:

Islamic view of Zechariah, and
Benedictus (Song of Zechariah), his song (canticle) of thanksgiving.

Hebrew Bible[edit]

Zechariah (Hebrew prophet), a prophet of the kingdom of Judah, spelled this way in KJV.

His writings, the Book of Zechariah.

Zechariah of Israel (Zachariah in KJV), king of Israel and son of Jeroboam.
Zechariah Ben Jehoiada, son of the High Priest in the times of Ahaziah and Joash. See also:

Tomb of Zechariah, a monument named after him in Jerusalem.

In addition to the characters named above, there are numerous minor characters in the Bible with the same name:

A prophet, who had “understanding in the seeing of God,” in the time of Uzziah, who was much indebted to him for his wise counsel: 2 Chron 26:5.
One of the chiefs of the tribe of Reuben: 1 Chron 5:7.
One of the porters of the tabernacle: 1 Chron 9:21.
1 Chron 9:37.
A Levite who assisted at the bringing up of the ark from the house of Obed-edom: 1 Chron 15:20-24.
A Kohathite Levite: 1 Chron 24:25.
A Merarite Levite: 1 Chron 27:21.
The father of Iddo: 1 Chron 27:21.
One who assisted in teaching the law to the people in the time of Jehoshaphat: 2 Chron 17:7.
A Levite of the sons of Asaph: 2 Chron 20:14.
One of Jehoshaphat’s sons: 2 Chron 21:2.
The father of Abijah (queen), who was the mother of Hezekiah: 2 Chron 29:1 possibly the same as Isaiah’s supporter Zechariah the son of Jeberechiah Isa 8:2.
One of the sons of Asaph: 2 Chron 29:13.
One of the “rulers of the house of God”: 2 Chron 35:8.
A chief of the people in the time of Ezra, who consulted him about the return from captivity in Ezra 8:16; probably the same as mentioned in Neh 8:4.
Neh 11:12.
Neh 12:16.
Neh 12:35-41.

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