Maguire at the 2015 German Masters
Ronnie O'Sullivan, the world number one and world champion
Holt at the 2016 Paul Hunter Classic
Maguire playing in the 2012 German Masters final against Ronnie O'Sullivan
Holt at the 2015 German Masters
Stephen Maguire at 2013 German Masters

John Higgins won the tournament, defeating Stephen Maguire nine to six in the all-Scottish final to lift his first ranking-event title since the 2001 edition of this event.

- 2004 British Open

The following season at the 2004 British Open, Maguire defeated O'Sullivan 6–1 in the semi-finals to reach his second ranking event final.

- Stephen Maguire

At the Prague Classic, Holt won six matches to reach the first final of the career which included victories over Stephen Maguire, Mark Selby and Shaun Murphy.

- Michael Holt (snooker player)
Maguire at the 2015 German Masters
An airport lounge in the Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport
Four members of Star Alliance at Tokyo Narita Airport: Thai, United, Swiss and SAS
A standard SAS business lounge at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport, Finland
Boeing 747-400 of Thai Airways
The first TEAL aircraft, a Short S30 registered as ZK-AMA and named Aotearoa, on the water in Auckland.
The Lufthansa First Class lounge at Frankfurt International Airport, Germany
British Airways Boeing 747-400
A Douglas DC-8 at Sydney Airport in the early 1970s. Air New Zealand was an early operator of the DC-8. Note the pre-1973 livery with the Southern Cross on the tail.
Delta Sky Club Lounge at the Narita International Airport Japan
Boeing 747 of China Airlines
An Air New Zealand McDonnell Douglas DC-10 in 1977. DC-10 deliveries began in 1973 and they introduced a new colour scheme, being the first of the airline's aircraft to feature the now-ubiquitous koru logo.
Entrance to the Dan Lounge in Ben Gurion Airport, Israel. The Dan Lounge is accessible to passengers of various airlines, holders of various membership schemes, and paying passengers.
Airline Alliance Market Share by Network Capacity 2007
Air New Zealand added the Boeing 777 to its fleet in 2004. As of 2014, the 777-200ER and the larger -300ER formed the core of the airline's long-haul fleet.
Computer work stations at the Asiana business class lounge at Gimhae International Airport in South Korea
"The Hub", Air New Zealand head office -36.84492°N, 174.75332°W
Refreshments served at the Delta Sky Club Lounge in the Narita International Airport
Air Nelson Saab 340A (no longer operated) at Auckland Airport
A Mount Cook Airlines ATR-72-500.
Zeal320 logo
Air New Zealand's "Pacific Wave", introduced in 1996
Air New Zealand's koru tail symbol, seen on Boeing 737-300 aircraft ZK-NGM
Air New Zealand 747-400 ZK-SUJ in "Airline to Middle Earth" livery
Airbus A320 ZK-OAB at Auckland wearing the All Blacks livery
Boeing 777-300ER ZK-OKP with "The Airline of Middle-earth" livery at Brisbane Airport
Air New Zealand destinations (September 2017)
Business class meal
Boeing 777-200ER cabin with mood lighting
Business Premier flatbed seat
Economy on 777-300ER
Forward 747-400 Business cabin with personal entertainment
777-300ER bar-style galley with Kia Ora screen and tasting area
Air New Zealand Koru Lounge in Wellington
Air New Zealand self check-in kiosks, Wellington

Traveller benefits can include lower prices due to lowered operational costs for a given route, different times to choose from, more destinations within easy reach, shorter travel times, More options of airport lounges shared with alliance members, fast track access on all alliance members if having frequent flyer status, faster mileage rewards by earning miles for a single account on several different carriers, round-the-world tickets, enabling travellers to fly over the world for a relatively low price.

- Airline alliance

However, a passenger who has a lounge membership in an airline in one of the three major airline alliances (Oneworld, SkyTeam, or Star Alliance) may have access to the lounges of the other members of that alliance.

- Airport lounge

The Air New Zealand Lounge is the name for Air New Zealand's network of airline lounges around the world.

- Air New Zealand
An airport lounge in the Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport
Official logo of the ISAF
General Messenger in 2019
Carleton-Smith in 2018

He served as British Commander of Task Force Helmand, during the 3 Commando Brigade deployment to Helmand Province, Afghanistan on Operation Herrick IX from 2008 to 2009.

- Gordon Messenger

Brigadier Mark Carleton-Smith (April 2008 – October 2008)

- Task Force Helmand

Promoted to brigadier on 31 December 2006 with seniority from 30 June 2006, Carleton-Smith became Commander of 16 Air Assault Brigade that year and was deployed to Afghanistan as Commander of Task Force Helmand and Commander of British Forces there in April 2008.

- Mark Carleton-Smith
Official logo of the ISAF
Founder Robert S. Brookings (1850–1932)

In 2008, the journal was edited by Douglas Elmendorf, N. Gregory Mankiw, and Harvard economist Lawrence H. Summers.

- Brookings Papers on Economic Activity

In 2007, Elmendorf began working for the well-known economic think-tank the Brookings Institution, co-editing the twice-yearly publication "Brookings Papers on Economic Activity."

- Douglas Elmendorf

He was an editor of the Brookings Papers on Economic Activity from 2009 to Fall 2015 and, according to a January 2022 AEA announcement, will become the lead editor of the Journal of Economic Literature beginning July 2022.

- David Romer
Founder Robert S. Brookings (1850–1932)
The Kingdom of Greece and the United States of the Ionian Islands after Greek independence
Theodoros Kolokotronis.
Portrait by Dionysios Tsokos.
Arrival of Otto and his entourage at Nafplion, oil painting by Peter von Hess
"The Entry of King Otto in Athens" by Peter von Hess, 1839
Lithography of Kolokotronis by Karl Krazeisen used for the 5000 drachma banknote
First page of the first issue of the Government Gazette, with Otto's proclamation to the Greek people in Greek and German
Map showing the original territory of the Kingdom of Greece, as laid down in the treaty of 1832 (in dark blue)
Plan of the Siege of Tripolitsa. The detachments of Kolokotronis's division, which have surrounded the town are symbolized by the letter "O".
Men of the newly established Gendarmerie in Chalkis in 1835, watercolour by the Bavarian lieutenant Ludwig Köllnberger
A portrait by Gottlieb Bodmer
Statue in Nafplio.
Map of the prefectures of Greece in 1833
Men of the Royal Gendarmerie Corps which was established after the enthronement of Otto in 1833
Kolokotronis after the Battle of Dervenakia.
Theoklitos Farmakidis, one of the leading proponents of the autocephaly of the Church of Greece
Personal coat of arms of Otto
Statue of Kolokotronis in front of the Old Parliament building in Athens; work by Lazaros Sochos.
Bavarian troops attacking a Maniot tower house, watercolor by Köllnberger
A romantic portrayal of Otto in Evzonas uniform, in front of ancient Greek ruins, by Gottlieb Bodmer
"Kololotronis and his personal escort" by Pierre Peytier
Bavarian lancers charging Greek rebels, watercolor by Köllnberger
Otto with Amalia on a ride through Athens
Kolokotronis' helmet, weapons and equipment, Old Parliament House
The Entry of King Otto in Athens, oil painting by Peter von Hess
A painting representing the 3 September 1843 Revolution
Statue of Kolokotronis at Dervenakia
The expulsion of Otto in 1862 as portrayed in a popular colour lithograph
Portrait by Dionysios Tsokos
Otto in Bavaria, 1865
Colocotroni by Giovanni Boggi
Colocotroni by François Pouqueville
Kolokotronis's monument in the First Cemetery of Athens

A regency council (Αντιβασιλεία, Regentschaft) ruled the Kingdom of Greece in 1833–1835, during the minority of King Otto.

- Regency council of Otto of Greece

His government was initially run by a three-man regency council made up of Bavarian court officials.

- Otto of Greece

When the count was assassinated on 8 October 1831, Kolokotronis created his own administration in support of Prince Otto of Bavaria as a King of Greece.

- Theodoros Kolokotronis
The Kingdom of Greece and the United States of the Ionian Islands after Greek independence
Original Broadway Poster by Al Hirschfeld
The Black Crook was a hit musical in 1866.
Loewe c. undefined 1962
Program from Mark Hellinger Theatre
A Gaiety Girl (1893) was one of the first hit musicals
George Gershwin
Chinese opera performers
A view of Rhodes by John Webb, to be painted on a backshutter for the first performance of The Siege of Rhodes (1656)
Poster, c. 1879
Cover of the Vocal Score of Sidney Jones' The Geisha
Victor Herbert
Sheet music from Sally, 1920
Rodgers and Hart
Rodgers and Hammerstein (left and right) and Irving Berlin (center) at the St. James Theatre in 1948
Mary Martin starred in several Broadway hits of this era
Julie Andrews with Richard Burton in Camelot (1960)
Leonard Bernstein, 1971
Bernadette Peters (shown in 2008) has starred in five Sondheim musicals
A Chorus Line was one of 55 productions that Joseph Papp's Public Theatre has brought to Broadway
Cameron Mackintosh
Audra McDonald
The cast of Hamilton meets President Obama in 2015
Zac Efron and Zendaya (pictured), along with Hugh Jackman, brought star power to The Greatest Showman
Dove Cameron has starred in such TV musicals as Descendants, Hairspray Live! and Schmigadoon!
Marquee of the In the Heart of the Beast Theatre in Minneapolis, Minnesota, during the COVID-19 pandemic
Japan's all-female Takarazuka Revue in a 1930 performance of "Parisette"
Naples Players' teen Thoroughly Modern Millie, 2009
The Lion King on Broadway

My Fair Lady is a musical based on George Bernard Shaw's 1913 play Pygmalion, with a book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe.

- My Fair Lady

He collaborated with lyricist Alan Jay Lerner on a series of Broadway musicals, including Brigadoon, Paint Your Wagon, My Fair Lady, and Camelot, all of which were made into films, as well as the original film musical Gigi (1958), which was first transferred to the stage in 1973.

- Frederick Loewe

My Fair Lady (1956), The Fantasticks (1960), Hair (1967), A Chorus Line (1975), Les Misérables (1985), The Phantom of the Opera (1986), Rent (1996), The Producers (2001), Wicked (2003) and Hamilton (2015).

- Musical theatre
Original Broadway Poster by Al Hirschfeld
Sec. Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio

Mautz was elected to the House of Delegates in the 2014 General Assembly elections, succeeding delegates Adelaide Eckardt and Jeannie Haddaway.

- Johnny Mautz

Haddaway graduated from St. Michaels High School in St. Michael's, MD.

- Jeannie Haddaway

Jeannie Haddaway - member of the Maryland House of Delegates

- St. Michaels Middle/High School
Sec. Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio
Shapiro in 2018
Shapiro in 2018
Early WMOO branding
Shapiro speaking at CPAC 2018
Shapiro speaking at the 2018 Young Women's Leadership Summit in Dallas, Texas
Shapiro speaking at Politicon in Pasadena, California in 2016

American conservative political commentator, media host, attorney, and columnist.

- Ben Shapiro

American podcast host and a managing director of Thiel Capital.

- Eric Weinstein

They include Dan Bongino, Chris Plante, Ben Shapiro, Mark Levin, Michael J. Knowles and "Red Eye Radio."

Shapiro in 2018
Reaction diagrams for both hydrolytic (left) and phosphorolytic (right) 3'-5' exoribonuclease degradation of RNA.
Saccharomyces cerevisiae—the yeast most used for brewing and baking Numbered ticks are 10 micrometres apart.
Fungal cell cycle showing Dikaryons typical of Higher Fungi
Omphalotus nidiformis, a bioluminescent mushroom
Bracket fungi on a tree stump
In 1729, Pier Antonio Micheli first published descriptions of fungi.
Armillaria solidipes
Mold growth covering a decaying peach. The frames were taken approximately 12 hours apart over a period of six days.
Polyporus squamosus
The 8-spore asci of Morchella elata, viewed with phase contrast microscopy
The bird's nest fungus Cyathus stercoreus
Prototaxites milwaukeensis (Penhallow, 1908)—a Middle Devonian fungus from Wisconsin
Main groups of fungi
Arbuscular mycorrhiza seen under microscope. Flax root cortical cells containing paired arbuscules.
Diagram of an apothecium (the typical cup-like reproductive structure of Ascomycetes) showing sterile tissues as well as developing and mature asci.
A pin mold decomposing a peach
The dark filaments are hyphae of the endophytic fungus Epichloë coenophiala in the intercellular spaces of tall fescue leaf sheath tissue
The lichen Lobaria pulmonaria, a symbiosis of fungal, algal, and cyanobacterial species
The plant pathogen Puccinia magellanicum (calafate rust) causes the defect known as witch's broom, seen here on a barberry shrub in Chile.
Gram stain of Candida albicans from a vaginal swab from a woman with candidiasis, showing hyphae, and chlamydospores, which are 2–4 µm in diameter.
Ergotamine, a major mycotoxin produced by Claviceps species, which if ingested can cause gangrene, convulsions, and hallucinations
Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells shown with DIC microscopy
The mold Penicillium rubens was the source of penicillin G.
A selection of edible mushrooms eaten in Asia
Stilton cheese veined with Penicillium roqueforti
Amanita phalloides accounts for the majority of fatal mushroom poisonings worldwide. It sometimes lacks the greenish color seen here.
Grasshoppers killed by Beauveria bassiana

Saccharomyces is a genus of fungi that includes many species of yeasts.

- Saccharomyces

The human gene encoding XRN2 shares similarity with the mouse Dhm1 and the yeast's Dhp1 (Schizosaccharomyces pombe) or RAT1 (Saccharomyces) genes.

- 5'-3' exoribonuclease 2

This phylum includes morels, a few mushrooms and truffles, unicellular yeasts (e.g., of the genera Saccharomyces, Kluyveromyces, Pichia, and Candida), and many filamentous fungi living as saprotrophs, parasites, and mutualistic symbionts (e.g. lichens).

- Fungus
Instrument panel in a Discus CS.

The Schempp-Hirth Discus is a Standard Class glider designed by Schempp-Hirth.

- Schempp-Hirth Discus

The Rolladen-Schneider LS4 is a Standard Class single seat glider manufactured by Rolladen-Schneider Flugzeugbau GmbH between 1980 and 2003.

- Rolladen-Schneider LS4

Some significant Standard Class types have been the Ka 6 and Mucha (1958), the LS1 (1967), the Standard Cirrus (1969), the LS4 (1980) and the Discus (1984).

- Glider competition classes