The Doobie Brothers in 1974 (L–R): Knudsen, Porter, Simmons, Johnston (front), Hartman
Porter (wearing hat), 1974.
Doobie Bros in the Dutch TV show TopPop (January 1974). L-R: Simmons, Porter, Knudsen, Johnston
The Doobie Brothers in 1976: Back row L-R: Baxter, Hartman, Johnston, Knudsen, Simmons. Front row L-R: Porter, McDonald
Backstage at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, California in 1982. This would be the farewell concert for the band's original run, and featured a one-off return of founding vocalist Tom Johnston (far right).
The Doobie Brothers in concert at the Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez, California, on August 31, 2006

Tiran Calvin Porter (born September 26, 1948) is an American bass and guitar player, vocalist and composer, best known as a member of The Doobie Brothers from 1972 to 1980 and 1987 to 1992.

- Tiran Porter

Minute by Minute is the eighth studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers, released on December 1, 1978, by Warner Bros. Records.

- Minute by Minute

Other long-serving members of the band include guitarist Jeff "Skunk" Baxter (1974–1979), bassist Tiran Porter (1972–1980, 1987–1992) and drummers John Hartman (1970–1979, 1987–1992), Michael Hossack (1971–1973, 1987–2012), and Keith Knudsen (1973–1982, 1993–2005).

- The Doobie Brothers
The Doobie Brothers in 1974 (L–R): Knudsen, Porter, Simmons, Johnston (front), Hartman
Porter (wearing hat), 1974.
The Doobie Brothers in 1974 (L–R): Knudsen, Porter, Simmons, Johnston (front), Hartman
Doobie Bros in the Dutch TV show TopPop (January 1974). L-R: Simmons, Porter, Knudsen, Johnston
The Doobie Brothers in 1976: Back row L-R: Baxter, Hartman, Johnston, Knudsen, Simmons. Front row L-R: Porter, McDonald
Backstage at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, California in 1982. This would be the farewell concert for the band's original run, and featured a one-off return of founding vocalist Tom Johnston (far right).
The Doobie Brothers in concert at the Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez, California, on August 31, 2006

Tiran Calvin Porter (born September 26, 1948) is an American bass and guitar player, vocalist and composer, best known as a member of The Doobie Brothers from 1972 to 1980 and 1987 to 1992.

- Tiran Porter

Stampede is the fifth studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers.

- Stampede (The Doobie Brothers album)

Other long-serving members of the band include guitarist Jeff "Skunk" Baxter (1974–1979), bassist Tiran Porter (1972–1980, 1987–1992) and drummers John Hartman (1970–1979, 1987–1992), Michael Hossack (1971–1973, 1987–2012), and Keith Knudsen (1973–1982, 1993–2005).

- The Doobie Brothers
Porter (wearing hat), 1974.
Edgar Degas' painting of the ballet master Jules Perrot conducting rehearsal in the Foyer de la Danse of the Palais Garnier, Paris, 1875
Louis Gallodier
Logo of the Paris Opera
Filippo Taglioni, circa 1820
Adelaïde Simonet as the Princess in the pantomime-ballet Ninette à la Cour, first produced by the Paris Opera Ballet in 1778 with choreography by Maximilien Gardel, as performed in London in 1781
Jules Perrot, circa 1850
Marius Ivanovich Petipa
Jean Coralli, one of the creators of the ballet Giselle, Paris, circa 1810
Arthur Saint-Léon, Paris, circa 1865
<center>Lithograph of Jean Dauberval, Paris, circa 1790</center>
August Bournonville, 1841
Enrico Cecchetti, St. Petersburg, circa 1900

1734 – 6 June 1803) was a French ballet dancer and choreographer who spent the majority of his career in Sweden, where he was to have a great importance for the development of the ballet in Sweden as the ballet master of the Royal Swedish Ballet.

- Louis Gallodier

Pierre Beauchamp (1631–1705), first ballet master of the Ballet du Théâtre de l'Académie Royale de Musique in Paris from 1673 to 1687, he invented the comédie-ballet with Molière and Jean-Baptiste Lully, codified the five positions of the feet and created a system of dance notation.

- Ballet master

As ballet master from 1930 to 1944, and from 1947 to 1958, he devoted himself to the restoration of the technical level of the Opéra Ballet, returning it to its place as one of the best companies in the world.

- Paris Opera Ballet
Edgar Degas' painting of the ballet master Jules Perrot conducting rehearsal in the Foyer de la Danse of the Palais Garnier, Paris, 1875
Yekuno Amlak, founder of the Ethiopian Empire
Abyssinia depicted on map before 1884 Berlin Conference to divide Africa.
A map of the former Awrajjas of Ethiopia
Approximate realm of the ancient Kingdom of Dʿmt.
Emperor Yohannes IV with his son and heir, Ras Araya Selassie Yohannes.
Fasilides' Castle in Gondar, Amhara Region.
Nigist (Queen) Makeda of Sheba
Ancient stone slabs with Sabaean inscriptions found at Yeha, Ethiopia.
The Ge'ez script on a 15th-century Ethiopian Coptic prayer book.
Traditional Habesha injera
Habesha women in traditional Habesha kemis performing a folklore dance.
Eritrean Tigrinya: A traditional wedding.
This leather painting depicts Ethiopian Orthodox priests playing sistra and a drum
The Chapel of the Tablet at the Church of Our Lady Mary of Zion is believed to house the original Ark of the Covenant.
The Mosque of the Companions, Massawa, reportedly Africa's oldest mosque, built by Muhammad’s companions in 615 CE.
An Ethiopian Jewish Israeli Border Policeman

Awrajja (አውራጃ) were the third-level country subdivisions which subdivided the Provinces of Ethiopia prior to 1996.

- Awrajja

As early as 1890, under the reign of Menelik II, the homeland of the Yejju was organized into an Ethiopian province (awrajja) named after them.

- Yejju

The decline in the prestige of the dynasty led to the semi-anarchic era of Zemene Mesafint ("Era of the Princes"), in which rival warlords fought for power and the Yejju Oromo enderases (, "regents") had effective control.

- Habesha peoples
Yekuno Amlak, founder of the Ethiopian Empire
The Scenic Railway at Luna Park, Melbourne, is the world's second-oldest operating roller coaster, built in 1912.
Vekoma's Boomerang is one of the most common shuttle coasters
Blue Fire, a launched looping roller coaster at Europa-Park, Germany
The Promenades-Aériennes in Paris (1817)
A Schwarzkopf-designed launched roller coaster, Greezed Lightnin' at Kentucky Kingdom
Thompson's Switchback Railway, 1884
Loop the loop at Rusutsu Resort
Steel Force (left) and Thunderhawk (right), two roller coasters at Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom in Allentown, Pennsylvania
Cyclon roller coaster in the Nokkakivi amusement park in Laukaa, Finland
Family coaster: Kingdom Coaster at Dutch Wonderland in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is a 55 ft coaster that reaches a top speed of 40 mph.
Mega/Hyper coaster: Nitro at Six Flags Great Adventure, a Bolliger & Mabillard out and back coaster.
Strata coaster: The tallest coaster in the world, the 456 ft Kingda Ka at Six Flags Great Adventure.
Fahrenheit, located at Hersheypark in Hershey, Pennsylvania, United States
Tornado, located at Särkänniemi in Tampere, Pirkanmaa, Finland
Hypersonic XLC, the world's first production Thrust Air 2000 (now defunct)
Top Thrill Dragster at Cedar Point was the first strata coaster ever built.
Riding Expedition GeForce at Holiday Park, Germany
Raptor, a steel inverted coaster, is located at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, United States.
New Texas Giant at Six Flags Over Texas before being refurbished into a hybrid steel-wood coaster.
Lightning Racer at Hersheypark is a racing, dueling roller coaster made by GCI.
This all-wooden roller coaster, built in 1951, dominates the Linnanmäki amusement park in Helsinki, Finland.
Coney Island Cyclone in Brooklyn, New York was built in 1927 and refurbished in 1975.
Son of Beast in Kings Island was the only wooden coaster to have a vertical loop. The loop was removed in 2006, and the ride was closed from 2009 until its demolition in 2012.
Jack Rabbit at Kennywood Park outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States was built in 1920.
Phoenix, built in 1947, at Knoebels Amusement Resort in Elysburg, Pennsylvania, United States. It was relocated from San Antonio's Playland Park in 1984.
Oblivion at Alton Towers in Staffordshire, England
Griffon splashing down into a pool at Busch Gardens Williamsburg, US.
Great Bear is the first steel inverted coaster in Pennsylvania, located at Hersheypark.
Behemoth, at Canada's Wonderland, was the highest ({{convert|230|ft|abbr=on|disp=or|order=flip}}) and fastest ({{convert|77|mph|km/h|abbr=on|disp=or|order=flip}}) coaster in Canada before Leviathan opened.
"Montu", a popular inverted roller coaster at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, US
Millennium Force
Black Mamba at Phantasialand, Germany
Euro-Mir, a spinning roller coaster at Europa-Park in Rust, Germany
Dragon Khan at PortAventura Park in Salou (Tarragona), Spain
Thunderbolt at Kennywood outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US was built in 1968.
Leviathan, also at Canada's Wonderland, is the current tallest coaster in Canada ({{convert|306|ft|abbr=on|disp=or|order=flip}}, {{convert|148|km/h|mph|abbr=on|disp=or}}) and is also made by Bolliger & Mabillard. It was the second tallest coaster made by B&M.
Kingda Ka is the world's tallest roller coaster and is the second strata coaster in the world after Top Thrill Dragster.
Expedition Everest, a roller coaster at Disney's Animal Kingdom in Walt Disney World
A small roller coaster at a local festival in Čakovec, Croatia
Hyperion at Energylandia in Zator, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland
Fury 325 at Carowinds is the tallest roller coaster ever constructed by B&M and the tallest roller coaster to use a traditional chain lift.
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alt=|The Cyclone, Revere Beach, Massachusetts, USA

A shuttle roller coaster is any roller coaster that ultimately does not make a complete circuit, but rather reverses at some point throughout its course and traverses the same track backwards.

- Shuttle roller coaster

The launched roller coaster is a modern form of roller coaster.

- Launched roller coaster

The track in a coaster design does not necessarily have to be a complete circuit, as shuttle roller coasters demonstrate.

- Roller coaster
The Scenic Railway at Luna Park, Melbourne, is the world's second-oldest operating roller coaster, built in 1912.
Yuri Petrovich Raizer

Eduard Vladimirovich Shpolsky, also Shpolsk'ii, Shpolskii (Эдуард Владимирович Шпольский, born September 23, 1892 in Voronezh – died August 21, 1975 in Moscow) was a Russian and Soviet physicist and educator, co-founder and lifelong editor of Uspekhi Fizicheskikh Nauk journal (Soviet Physics Uspekhi and Physics-Uspekhi in English translation).

- Eduard Shpolsky

The founder of the journal, Eduard Shpolsky, was editor-in-chief from 1918 to his death in 1975.

- Physics-Uspekhi

Yu. P. Raizer papers in scientific journal "Physics-Uspekhi". http://ufn.ru/ru/authors/raizer_yurii_p/ (in Russian).

- Yuri Raizer
V-12 Maybach HL230 P30, developing 700 PS.
A Panzer IV Ausf. G "413" in desert colours, bearing the palm tree insignia of the Afrika Korps, "Friederike" script written on the gun barrel near the mantlet.
A Tiger tank undergoing an engine swap (HL230 P45), Romania 1944
This logo is on the front of all MAN trucks and buses. The lion comes from Büssing AG, a company that MAN acquired in 1971. It resembles the coat of arms of the city of Brunswick.
Panzer IV Ausf. A in 1939
Panzer III engine and Maybach-Variorex pre-selector gearbox (in German). Click picture for English translation.
Share of the Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg AG, issued 10. March 1914
Panzer IV Ausf. C 1943
Repairs on a Maybach HL210. Russia, June 1943, during Operation Citadel
St. Antony
The 300 horsepower Maybach HL 120TRM engine used in most Panzer IV production models.
HL230 P30 in a Jagdtiger: note central magnetos and symmetrical rusty coolant connectors just above rear bulkhead.
Suspension railway in Wuppertal, Germany, construction MAN-Werk Gustavsburg
PzKpfw IV Ausf. D
Rudolf Diesel's first engine
The short-barreled Panzer IV Ausf. F1.
Panzer V "Panther"
The 1942 Panzer IV Ausf. F2 was an upgrade of the Ausf. F, fitted with the KwK 40 L/43 anti-tank gun to counter Soviet T-34 medium and KV heavy tanks.
MAN truck 11-136
A Panzer IV Ausf H at the Musée des Blindés in Saumur, France, with its distinctive Zimmerit anti-magnetic mine coating, turret skirts, and wire-mesh side-skirts.
Volkswagen Caminhões e Ônibus Constellation truck
The Ausf. J was the final production model, and was greatly simplified compared to earlier variants to speed construction. This shows an exported Finnish model.
A 2016 MAN TGS 26.480 6X4 BL (30S) truck
A Panzer IV Ausf. E with hits on the turret and the edge of the gun barrel.
MAN steam turbine
A British Crusader tank passing a burning German Panzer IV during Operation Crusader, late 1941.
A PzKpfw IV Ausf. H of the 12th Panzer Division carrying Schürzen skirting operating on the Eastern Front in the USSR, 1944.
A Panzer IV Ausf. G of the 1st SS Panzer Division "Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler" near the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, 1942.
Pz.Kpfw-IV in Belgrade Military Museum, Serbia.
Column of Finnish Panzer IV Ausf. J at Tuira, Oulu, Finland in November 1944.
An ex-Syrian Panzer IV at Yad La-Shiryon. Note the machine gun mount on the commander cupola.
A captured German Pz.Kpfw. IV Ausf. G used for anti-tank weapons testing by the British Eighth Army in Italy in 1943.
A Jagdpanzer IV tank destroyer, based on the Panzer IV chassis, mounting the 75 mm Pak L/48 anti-tank gun.
A Sturmpanzer IV infantry-support gun
The Wirbelwind self-propelled anti-aircraft gun located at CFB Borden.
Panzer IV with hydraulic transmission

MAN, Krupp, and Rheinmetall-Borsig each developed prototypes, with Krupp's being selected for further development.

- Panzer IV

Although MAN produced experimental diesel engines for tanks (Panzers), Maybach enjoyed a de facto monopoly on the design and manufacture of all tank and half-track engines, which were water-cooled, four-stroke motors.

- MAN SE

Adler Werke in Frankfurt/Main built the HL42 from January 1942; Saurer Werke in Vienna, Krauss-Maffei (Munich), and Borgward in Bremen were licensed to build the HL62 & HL64; Maschinenfabrik Bahn Bedarf (MBB) in Nordhausen made the HL109, and also the HL120—along with Maybach's subsidiary Nordbau in Berlin and MAN in Nurnberg; and Auto Union in Chemnitz made HL230s, having tooled up from October 1943–March 1944.

- List of WWII Maybach engines
V-12 Maybach HL230 P30, developing 700 PS.
Ike & Tina Turner in 1973
FBI Crime Clock – 2014
Ike & Tina Turner performing in Hamburg, 1972
Violent and Property Crime Indexes per 100,000 population, 2004 Uniform Crime Report
Cargill grain elevator in East St. Louis
Comparing arrests, reports and unknown violent crime
Urban blight in East St. Louis
Abandoned for decades, the Spivey Building in the downtown neighborhood is the tallest building in the city.
East St. Louis township
The Eads Bridge from the St. Louis side of the river, looking into East St. Louis

The Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program compiles official data on crime in the United States, published by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

- Uniform Crime Reports

Soon after, he returned with his band, the Kings of Rhythm, to perform at Ned Love's club in East St. Louis, Illinois.

- Ike & Tina Turner

Some left and achieved national recognition, such as Ike & Tina Turner.

- East St. Louis, Illinois
Portrait by Samuel Morse, c. undefined 1819
Louis Gallodier

Louis Gallodier (c.

- Louis Gallodier

8 March - Hector Berlioz, composer (born 1803)

- 1869 in France

11 December - Hector Berlioz, composer (died 1869).

- 1803 in France
Portrait by Samuel Morse, c. undefined 1819
Kukushkin at the 2015 French Open
Wawrinka at the 2019 French Open
Wawrinka serves during his upset win versus Andy Murray at the 2010 US Open
Wawrinka at the 2013 Wimbledon Championships.
Wawrinka about to serve at the 2013 US Open.
Wawrinka at the 2014 ATP World Tour Finals
Wawrinka at 2016 French Open
Wawrinka playing in the 2022 Monte Carlo Masters
Wawrinka at the 2013 US Open
Wawrinka at the 2015 French Open
Wawrinka at the 2016 US Open

Mikhail Kukushkin won the final against Marcos Daniel.

- 2010 Nord LB Open – Singles

In September 2010, during the Davis Cup play-offs, he notably beat Swiss player Stanislas Wawrinka.

- Mikhail Kukushkin

Wawrinka was beaten in his first match by Andrey Golubev, then (after Federer had levelled the tie by beating Mikhail Kukushkin) he and Federer lost their doubles match to Golubev and Aleksandr Nedovesov.

- Stan Wawrinka
Kukushkin at the 2015 French Open