Francis Plowden

Francis Plowden FCA, born 1945, is an independent adviser on public policy and management who was previously a senior partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he had worldwide responsibility for work for Governments and Government organisations. He has advised and published on Government reform in the UK and elsewhere, mostly in the English- speaking world. He has held Board positions in UK private, public and quasi-public sector organizations, including as an initial Commissioner of the Judicial Appointments Commission, chairmanship of the Child Exploitation and On-line Protection Centre, the Greenwich Foundation for the Old Royal Naval College insulated thermos water bottle, the National Council for Palliative Care small waterproof bag for swimming, and Board membership of the Serious Organised Crime Agency 48 blade meat tenderizer, the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service, CARE International (UK), the Royal Armouries and the Royal Ballet School. He has also worked as a Boundary Commissioner. With Christopher Foster he published The State Under Stress, a comprehensive assessment and critique of the 1980s Government reform movement.

Wittenberg (district)

Wittenberg is a district (Kreis) in the east of Saxony-Anhalt, Germany royal football socks. Neighboring districts are (from west clockwise) Anhalt-Bitterfeld, the district-free city of Dessau-Roßlau, the districts of Potsdam-Mittelmark, Teltow-Fläming and Elbe-Elster in Brandenburg, and the district of Nordsachsen in the Free State of Saxony

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In 1994 the district was merged with the district of Jessen and a small part of the district of Gräfenhainichen 48 blade meat tenderizer. In 2007, 27 municipalities from the former district Anhalt-Zerbst were added to the district of Wittenberg.

The main rivers in the district are the Elbe and its tributary top college uniforms, the Schwarze Elster.

The coat of arms show two swords which is the symbol of a field marshal in the Holy Roman Empire. This title was bestowed upon the counts of Saxony, who therefore added the symbol to their coat of arms. The center of the principality of Saxony was located in the area now covered by the district.

The district of Wittenberg consists of the following towns:

After the resolution of 6 October 2005, as part of municipal reform, the (then) 27 towns and municipalities of the former Verwaltungsgemeinschaften of Coswig and Wörlitzer Winkel, formerly in the Anhalt-Zerbst district, were assigned to Wittenberg district on 1 July 2007.

Wittenberg market square with Stadtkirche Wittenberg

Wittenberg old town with All Saints’ Church under construction

Jessen market square

Coswig view river Elbe

Ferropolis in Gräfenhainichen

Oranienbaum aerial view

The Dessau-Wörlitz Garden Realm

Media related to Landkreis Wittenberg at Wikimedia Commons

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Flagabergtunnelen

Flagabergtunnelen er en tunnel på fylkesvei 569 i Vaksdal kommune i Hordaland. Den er 138 meter lang.

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Red Zinger Mini Classics

Red Zinger Mini Classics (RZMC) is a series of youth boys and girls road bicycle races held annually across the state of Colorado from 1981–1992, and revived again in 2010. The RZMC races served as an opportunity for young cyclists to get involved in the sport, and attracted hundreds of young boys and girls age 10-15 to each racing event.

This youth series was arguably the biggest youth bike racing series ever conducted in the USA. The name for the Red Zinger Mini Classic was derived from the original Red Zinger Bicycle Classic, a professional international-level bicycle race held in Colorado which later became the Coors Classic.

The RZMC youth races began as the 5-day “Mini Zinger” stage race in 1981 as the brainchild of a former Celestial Seasonings employee Ed Sandvold, who along with sons Erik & Quinn designed an event for kids that parroted the Red Zinger Classic pro/am race. They created a race magazine and clothing and other RZBC looking merchandise. Later young Erik and Quinn were joined by other youth race directors, Mike Hooker and Ron Schwartztrauber. At that time the US Cycling Federation did not have a good development system for younger cyclists interested in trying the sport. Therefore youth football socks pink, the RZMC series allowed kids younger than 15 to get a taste of competitive road cycling.

The series grew to add several smaller 3-day stage races across the state of Colorado and also northern New Mexico. The races included the Horsetooth Stage Race (Fort Collins, CO), the Vail Stage Race (Vail/Avon, CO), Aspen Stage Race (Aspen, CO), Denver Stage Race (Denver, CO and suburbs), and the Albuquerque Stage Race (Albuquerque, NM). However, the pinnacle event each season remained the 5-day Mini Zinger stage race 48 blade meat tenderizer, which had events in several locations across the front-range of Colorado, mostly centered around the Boulder, CO area.

The Mini Zinger included races on some of Colorado’s most famous cycling routes, such as the Morgul-Bismarck in Broomfield, CO. Some race courses were adapted as shorter versions of courses made famous by the Coors Classic.

The RZMC youth road cycling races continued until 1992, when several challenges led to the demise of the series, including competition with increasingly popular (and new at that time) mountain bike racing, reducing the number of participants in road events. For the last year of the series (1992) the RZMC series teamed up with the USCF-LAJORS program (US Cycling Federation – Lance Armstrong Junior Olympic Race Series) and had good participation, however rider commitments for a further year in 1993 were minimal and the racing series came to an end. No such youth cycling development program has since taken its place.

In 2010 a resurrection of the Red Zinger Mini Classics was planned by Jon Tarkington, Executive Director of the American Cycling Association (Tarkington raced in the Mini Classics as a teen). The two-day stage race was the first event to recreate the Mini Classic junior cycling program and was based in Silt, Colorado. Consistent with the original Mini Classics, age groups from 8–9 years old up the 17-18 were offered. The promoters, which include race promoter Bill Sommers, hope to expand the revival into a series for 2011 insulated coffee thermos.

The Red Zinger Mini Classics (RZMC) youth cycling race series provided exposure to the world of cycling to hundreds of young athletes, developing a generation of young Colorado cyclists who went on to have a lifelong interest in the sport. RZMC is credited with the early development of several riders who went on to be accomplished professional cyclists including: