Knowledge About Brother: Nominations Table of Brother

Nominations Table of Brother

Notes^Note 1: This week's nominations were fake. Unknown to the housemates, all of them were up for eviction.

^Note 2: Janne and Leyla were exempt to nominate and immune as new housemates.

^Note 3: People in the Quarry can't nominate.

^Note 4: Nimo is up for eviction as a penalty.

^Note 5: New housemates give 32 nomination points instead of 21.

^Note 6: No nominations, Weekly task decides who are up for eviction.

^Note 7: People in Operation Autumn storm have immunity for two weeks.

^Note 8: Dani is up for eviction as a penalty and he cannot get nomination points.

^Note 9: Similar to Big Brother Danmark, one housemate was the killer and had to choose 2 victims. If these 2 victims guess correctly who "killed" they, the killer will be nominated. If they guess wrong, they will be nominated with the person who they guessed was the killer and Dani (who was automatically nominated). Joni and Jussi K were the victims, and they guessed Joonas was the killer. As they guessed wrong (Jenna was the real killer), Joni, Jussi K and Joonas were nominated along with Dani. This concept continued on week 10 with two new murderers and new victims.

^Note 10: Fake nominations. All housemates are up for eviction.

^Note 11: This week voting is for the winner. Everyone is up for voting.


Bert Rankin of Brother

Albert Vivian Rankin (known as Bert) (17 February 1893 20 June 1971) was an Australian rules footballer who played with Geelong in the Victorian Football League (VFL). His brothers Cliff and Doug as well as his father Teddy and other members of the family played league football for Geelong.

Rankin started his career as a forward, but played most of his football as a centreman. A player with exceptional pace, he was also a regular user of the drop kick. In 1917 he won Geelong's best and fairest award. He captained Victoria at interstate football in 1922 and then Geelong in 1923. His brother Cliff was vice captain. This was the first time in VFL history that a pair of brothers filled both positions at the same time. It turned out to be Bert Rankin's last season in the league as, controversially, he lost his spot in the side during the finals and walked out on the club. His brother, Cliff, refused to take the field in support of his brother.

He is credited with suggesting that Geelong adopt the nickname of the Cats. Rankin made his senior VFL debut one year and 320 days after the retirement of his father; a VFL/AFL record.

After the disappointment of the 1923 season, Rankin left Geelong to coach the Dimboola Football Club.

In 1915, Rankin married Winifred Hornsey. He died in Dimboola in 1971.


Brothers Znamensky Memorial

The Brothers Znamensky Memorial (Russian: ) is an annual track and field competition which is held at the Meteor Stadium in Zhukovsky, Russia.

The event is held in memory of Seraphim and Georgy Znamensky, the 1930s Soviet champions in long-distance running who died in 1942 and 1946, respectively. It was established in 1949, and received an international status in 1958, as only Soviet (Russian) athletes competed in 19491950 and 1998, and there was a break in the event between 1950 and 1958.

Each edition features memorial races over distances from 1500 metres to 10,000 metres. The event has attracted many high profile runners throughout the decades, from Gaston Roelants and Pyotr Bolotnikov to Kip Keino and Evgeni Ignatov, through to Noureddine Morceli and Daniel Komen. The memorial is a highly international competition: athletes from over 50 countries have reached the podium at the Brothers Znamensky meet. The meeting typically features ten events for national level competitors and sixteen events with international fields.

The meeting has held an IAAF status from 2000 onwards. Initially it was part of the IAAF Grand Prix circuit, then became part of the IAAF World Athletics Tour and the IAAF World Challenge Meetings until 2011 when it was replaced by the Moscow Challenge. Currently it is one of the European Athletics Outdoor Classic Meetings. The competition was previously held at various locations in Russia, but following the completion of the Meteor Stadium the event became an annual fixture in Zhukovsky. The current meeting director is Mikhail Butov.


Variant names of Brother

Hesperus is the personification of the "evening star", the planet Venus in the evening. His name is sometimes conflated with the names for his brother, the personification of the planet as the "morning star" Eosphorus (Greek , "bearer of dawn") or Phosphorus (Ancient Greek: , "bearer of light", often translated as "Lucifer" in Latin), since they are all personifications of the same planet Venus. "Heosphoros" in the Greek Septuagint and "Lucifer" in Jerome's Latin Vulgate were used to translate the Hebrew "Helel" (Venus as the brilliant, bright or shining one), "son of Shahar (Dawn)" in the Hebrew version of Isaiah 14:12.

There is a tendency to conclude that the ancient Greeks thought that Eosphorus (Venus in the morning) and Hesperos (Venus in the evening), because of the distinction in the names, were two different celestial objects., that the Greeks only later accepted the Babylonian view that the two were the same, and consequently that it was not Babylonian influence that informed the identification of the planets with the two gods. The Greeks dedicated the "wandering star" (planet) to Aphrodite (Roman Venus), as the equivalent of Ishtar. This order of influence is not backed by scholars, nor any historical documents. Rather the two mythological explanations seem to have existed simultaneously and interchangeably.

Eosphorus/Hesperus was said to be the father of Ceyx and Daedalion. In some sources, he is also said to be the father of the Hesperides.


Inca Empire of Brother

Starting in 1532 and succeeding in 1533, Francisco Pizarro conquered the Inca Empire and claimed what we know today as Peru for Spain. In the 16th century the Incas were conquered by the Spaniards, Hernando Pizarro, who was the brother of the chief commander of the conquest Francisco Pizarro, writes a letter to the royal audience of Santo Domino about the expedition. Hernando Pizarro wrote this letter on November 1533. Hernando Pizarro starts his letter by explaining how the government founded a town called San Miguel and then proceeded to search for the town of Cajamarca whose rulers have been fighting. In this letter, we get a better understanding of what type of person Hernando Pizarro was. In the letter, Hernando gives a description image of his surroundings while on the expedition "The road over the mountains is a thing worth seeing, because, though the ground is so rugged, such beautiful roads could not in truth be found throughout Christendom. The greater part of them is paved. There is a bridge of stone or wood over every stream. We found bridges of network over a very large and powerful river, which we crossed twice, which was a marvelous thing to see." Hernando Pizarro was a very intellectual man with a great appreciation for his surroundings, one of the many reasons for why his part in conquering the Inca Empire with his brother, Francisco Pizarro, was essential.


Final years of Brother

In the 1270s, Bolesaw gave more and more power to his adolescent sons. In 1273 he granted the Duchy of Jawor to his oldest son Henry V and it seemed that Bolesaw had resigned from adventurous politics. Nevertheless, in 1277, he signed an alliance with King Rudolph I of Germany, straining the alliance of the other Piast dukes with rivalling King Ottokar II of Bohemia. At Rudolph's insistence, Bolesaw kidnapped Ottokar's ally, Duke Henry IV of Wrocaw, Bolesaw's nephew, and demanded one-third of Wrocaw after the death of his uncle Wadysaw, Bolesaw's youngest brother, in 1270. Henry IV was imprisoned in Legnica Castle.

A coalition was formed between Ottokar II, Duke Henry III of Gogw, and Duke Przemys II of Greater Poland, but it soon failed: while Bolesaw's forces were greatly outnumbered at the bloody battle of Stolec, his son Henry V turned the tide and the allied dukes were defeated. A settlement was reached; Henry IV was freed and Bolesaw was given one-third of the Duchy of roda lska.

Bolesaw II died between 26 and 31 December 1278 and was buried at the Dominican monastery of his Legnica residence. His three sons, Henry V the Fat, Bolko I and Bernhard, inherited his lands.


Plot summary of big brother

In the year 2447 the Empire of Earth comprises more than a thousand inhabited systems. A threat to the Empire has developed that the Imperial secret service SOTE (the Service Of The Empire) has been unable to foil. In desperation they turn to the Family D'Alembert.

The D'Alemberts are natives of the high gravity planet DesPlaines, giving them unusual strength, speed and coordination. They put this to good use by operating the "Circus of the Galaxy," a spectacular combination circus/mobile amusement park famous in every inhabited system, entertaining millions and rarely visiting the same planet twice in an average lifetime.

But the circus is also SOTE's best kept secret, known only to the Head, their designated successor, and the Emperor. Managed by the reigning Duke, who is absolute ruler of DesPlains and head of the D'Alembert family, the circus is a proving ground for the best agents available and can provide a cadre of highly skilled professionals in many fields, as needed. Furthermore, security is absolute, because it is run completely by family members who talk only to each other - and the Head.

So when the Circus is summoned to Earth it is time for Jules and Yvette D'Alembert, brother and sister Imperial Stars, to leave their place in the spotlight under the big top to their successors, and become what they were always meant to be: the Empire's top secret agents.


Joseph K. Edgerton of Brother

Joseph Ketchum Edgerton (February 16, 1818 August 25, 1893) was a U.S. Representative from Indiana.

Born in Vergennes, Vermont, Edgerton attended the public schools of Clinton County, New York. He graduated from Plattsburgh Academy, which his older brother Alfred Peck Edgerton had also attended. Joseph Edgerton read the law with an established firm and was admitted to the bar.

In 1839 he commenced practice in New York City. In 1844 Edgerton moved to Fort Wayne, Indiana, where he continued to practice.

In 1854 he became a member of the board of directors for the Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad, and later was selected as its president. Edgerton also served as president of the Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad and the Ohio Railroad, which were constructed to connect major cities of the Midwest, especially the booming industrial city of Chicago, through which many natural resources flowed to the East.

A Democrat, Edgerton was elected to the United States House of Representatives in 1862 and served in the Thirty-eighth Congress, March 4, 1863 to March 3, 1865. His vote on the Thirteenth Amendment is recorded as nay. He was an unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1864 and returned to his business interests.

Edgerton died in Boston, Massachusetts on August 25, 1893. His body was returned to Indiana, where he was interred at Fort Wayne's Lindenwood Cemetery.

His older brother Alfred Peck Edgerton was elected to Congress for two terms from Ohio. After his death in 1897, his family arranged for his burial in Lindenwood Cemetery.

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