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The Lost City Of Gold Game
- Lost City is a 2004 novel by Clive Cussler. It tells of Kurt Austin's dealings with the Fauchard family, which has dominated the weapons industry for several thousand years, their secret past, the monsters they have created, and the plague they have unleashed on the worlds oceans, all in a quest
The popular imagination is that lost cities were real, prosperous, well-populated areas, fell into terminal decline and whose locations have later been lost. Some lost cities at known sites have been studied extensively by scientists. Recently abandoned cities might be referred to as ghost towns.
Lost City is a field of hydrothermal vents in the mid-Atlantic ocean that differ significantly from the black smoker vents found in the late 1970s. The vents were discovered in December 2000 during a National Science Foundation expedition to the mid-Atlantic.
- An alloy of this
- made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"
- amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"
- A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies
- A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color
- coins made of gold
- a contest with rules to determine a winner; "you need four people to play this game"
- A complete episode or period of play, typically ending in a definite result
- A single portion of play forming a scoring unit in a match, esp. in tennis
- bet on: place a bet on; "Which horse are you backing?"; "I'm betting on the new horse"
- crippled: disabled in the feet or legs; "a crippled soldier"; "a game leg"
- A form of play or sport, esp. a competitive one played according to rules and decided by skill, strength, or luck
Quest for the Lost City of Gold
Join this mind-boggling quest around some of the world's greatest buildings, following the clues with famous artist Stephen Biesty. A mysterious postcard arrives at Stephen's home. It contains a clue to an incredible quest for treasure. Somewhere in the world there's a lost city of gold: and you can help find it! Join Stephen for a whirlwind dash around the globe to track down the secrets of the most famous buildings in history. You'll find messages in invisible ink, maps, code breaking notes and more to help you. Plus, thanks to Stephen's fantastic 'inside-out' drawings, you'll get an amazing view of the nooks and crannies of each site and find out what they were like in their heyday. From the Empire State Building to the Colosseum, the Sydney Opera House to Angkor Wat: solve the clues, crack the codes, answer the riddles, and discover who the mystery postcard writer is.
Spc. Sharon Jacobson
U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program wrestler Spc. Sharon Jacobson (right) of Fort Carson, Colo., finishes fourth in the women's 55-kilogram freestyle division of the 2011 U.S. Wrestling World Team Trials after losing to Sunkist Kids' Kelsey Campbell on Friday night at Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City. U.S. Army photo by Tim Hipps, Army Family and MWR Programs/IMCOM Public Affairs
Three Soldiers earn berths in Wrestling World Championships
By Tim Hipps
Army Family and MWR Programs
OKLAHOMA CITY – Three U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program wrestlers earned berths in the FILA Wrestling World Championships and nine others made the national team in the 2011 U.S. World Team Trials on June 10-11 at Cox Convention Center.
Sgt. 1st Class Dremiel Byers earned a berth in the World Championships for the eighth time by defeating WCAP teammate Spc. Timothy Taylor in two straight matches during the best-of-three finals for the 120-kilogram/264.5-pound Greco-Roman crown.
Spc. Justin Lester made the national team for the fifth time with a two-match victory over WCAP teammate Staff Sgt. Glenn Garrison in the 66-kilogram/145.5-pound Greco-Roman division.
Spc. Spenser Mango earned his third trip to the World Championships by defeating Minnesota Storm’s Paul Tellgren in two matches for the 55-kilogram/121-pound Greco title.
Those three Soldiers will represent the Army on Team USA at the 2011 FILA Wrestling World Championships, scheduled for Sept. 12-18 in Istanbul, Turkey.
Byers, 36, a native of Kings Mountain, N.C., is the lone U.S. Greco-Roman wrestler who has won gold, silver and bronze medals at the World Championships.
“I just want to make sure I get the medals that nobody said I could get, and especially the one I promised my grandfather,” said Byers, who vowed to win an Olympic medal for his late grandfather, Theodore Byers, before he died. “Chase the medals, and the right one will come. That’s our philosophy with the Olympics.”
Olympic gold is the driving force behind Byers’ eighth appearance in the World Championships on the long road to London for the 2012 Olympic Games.
“Maybe it’s the stage,” he explained of the difference between a World and Olympic medal. “I’ve got my promise coating that medal, and the fact that the world is watching. It’s the one that has eluded me. I want to win a Grand Prix, I want to wrestle in Iran one time, and I want an Olympic gold medal – not necessarily in that order.”
Byers said he derives inspiration from younger Soldiers in the WCAP wrestling room to help him keep reinventing his game.
“I’ve been doing a little bit more on my feet and just getting more aggressive in parterre – going back to the basics of things that truly work, not holding back on either side and not waiting for a perfect lock – just firing,” Byers said. “You might even see some throws this year. It might be those young puppies in the room because they’re eager, and it carries over.
“I’m just fortunate to be a part of this program,” Byers added. “This program is a blessing in my life. To train and represent the United States Army on this level in this sport while the world is watching, I could never be happier.”
Although he’s already entertaining the idea of coaching, Byers refused to call this his final U.S. World Team.
“It’s a long road and I’ve enjoyed the scenery along the way. I’m having a lot of fun with these young guys on the team. They’ve sparked new life in me, I guess,” Byers said. “You never know. If they drag me kicking and screaming into the pasture, I guess I’ll have to go, but they’re going to have to push me first.”
Lester, 27, who won bronze medals at the 2006 and 2007 World Championships, took a year off from wrestling after competing at the 2009 Worlds. He returned to competition as a member of the U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program.
“I feel good, but I still feel like a step behind where I used to be,” Lester said after defeating 37-year-old Garrison. “I don’t know if that’s just taking that year off, being off the mat, or maybe age is starting to catch up because I have an explosive style. But I still feel like I can wrestle and feel like I can win a gold medal, so I feel good going into the World Championships.”
Lester can’t get over the patience and dedication of five-time U.S. World Team Trials runner-up Garrison.
“Glenn is a great teammate,” Lester said. “I’ve had very few teammates like him in my whole wrestling career. You need somebody to push you in the room, right? I push him. He pushes me. That’s what we do. And when we step on the mat, whoever wins, that’s how it goes.”
While Byers derives inspiration from younger WCAP teammates, Lester capitalizes on the work ethic of veteran Garrison, who battled through Friday’s challenge tournament to get a shot at reigning national champion Lester on Friday night.
“I don’t know how he does it,” said Lester, who is 10 years younger than Garrison. “I come into the room holding my back coming in, and he’s jumping
Love don't play any games with me/ Anymore like she did before YIP 144.365
The world won't wait, so I better shake
That thing right out there through the door
Hell, I still love you, New York
Found myself a picture that would fit in the folds
Of my wallet and it stayed pretty good
Still amazed I didn't lose it on the roof of the place
When I was drunk and I was thinking of you
Every day the children they were singing their tune
Out on the streets and you could hear from inside
Used to take the subway up to Houston and 3rd
I would wait for you and I'd try to hide
And love won't play any games with me
Anymore if you don't want it to
The world won't wait and I watched you shake
But honey, I don't blame you
Hell, I still love you, New York
Hell, I still love you, New York
I remember Christmas in the blistering cold
In a church on the upper west side
Babe, I stood their singing, I was holding your arm
You were holding my trust like a child
Found a lot of trouble out on Avenue B
But I tried to keep the overhead low
Farewell to the city and the love of my life
At least we left before we had to go
This shot was serendipitous more than anything- was wearing this shirt and listening to this song on constant rotation. It's not a perfect replication of the album cover, but close enough, and I really like this pic, for some reason.
the lost city of gold game
In The Seafarers of Catan you control a group of seafaring settlers exploring and taming the uncharted Isles of Catan. Embark on a quest to settle the island, build ships, and chart the nearby waters. Guide your settlers to victory with clever trading, cunning development, and by establishing the most productive sea lanes. Acquire your resources through card play and the luck of the dice. Discover far-off mines and use gold and combinations of resources--grain, wool, ore, brick, and timber -- to develop your ever-expanding empire. Of course, the best strategy and a dash of luck decides who will be the undisputed ruler of the Isles of Catan. You need The Settlers of Catan board game to use this expansion, sold separately.
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