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A.E.G. B.I

The A.E.G. aircraft. The main structure was made of welded steel tubes. Each wing had two steel tube spars, with wooden ribs to give the wing shape. The framework was covered with fabric. Both wings had some dihedral, and the upper wing was larger than the lower wing.

The B.I had a tailskid, and also a nose wheel mounted just in front of the main wheels to protect the propeller from damage during bad landings.

The B.I was powered by a 100hp Mercedes D.I engine, mounted with most of the engine exposed above the fuselage (a feature that would be repeated on most later A.E.G. designs). Cooling radiators were mounted on each side of the fuselage.

A small number of B.Is were produced and saw service as unarmed reconnaissance aircraft during 1914.

The B.I was followed by the A.E.G. B.II, which had a more powerful 120hp engine.

Engine: Mercedes D.I inline engine
Power: 100hp
Crew: 2
Span: 50ft 10 1/4in
Length: 34ft 5 3/8in
Empty weight: 1,430lb
Maximum take-off weight:
Max speed: 62.5mph

Books on the First World War |Subject Index: First World War


High School Graduation Requirements

All public high school students must meet minimum state graduation requirements to earn a diploma and graduate. These graduation requirements are considered the Future-Ready Course of Study (FRC) requirements and prepare students for post-secondary success.

All students must earn at least 22 credits in the Future-Ready Course of Study to graduate from high school. The Future-Ready Course graduation requirements ensure that a student is prepared for life and whatever pathway they choose after they graduate, workplace, colleges/university or the military. Below are the specific course requirements.

The Occupational Course of Study is available for those students with disabilities who are specifically identified for the program and has adapted course requirements and the same credit requirements as FRC. Below are the specific course requirements.

Although the state requires a designated number of courses and credits for students to graduate high school, local school districts and other public school units may require additional courses and credits to graduate. Families and students are strongly encouraged to check with their high school to determine if their district and/or school have additional requirements for students to earn a high school diploma.

For the Graduating class of 2020 and 2021:
  • SBE waives the CPR graduation requirement for the graduating class of 2020 and 2021. SBE will request a waiver from the CPR legislation for this year’s graduating class, NCGS 115C-12.9d and 115C-8 1.25.10.
  • For Occupational Course of Study students, SBE reduces the graduation requirement of paid employment to 157 hours.

Students entering ninth grade for the first time in 2021-2022 must pass the following courses and earn at least 22 credits:

Four sequential English credits which shall be:
Four Mathematics credits which shall be either:
  1. NC Math 1, 2, and 3 and a fourth mathematics course to be aligned with the student’s post high school plans
  2. In the rare instance a principal exempts a student from the Future-Ready Core mathematics sequence, except as limited by N.C.G.S. §115C-81(b), the student will be required to pass: NC Math 1 and Math 2 plus two additional courses identified on the NC DPI Math options chart.

Note: Credit shall be awarded for Math I, II, III if taken prior to the 2016-17 school year.

Three Science credits which shall be:
Four Social Studies credits which shall be:
  1. Founding Principles of the United States of America and North Carolina: Civic Literacy
  2. Economics and Personal Finance
  3. American History
  4. World History
One Health and Physical Education credit:
  1. Students are required to successfully complete CPR instruction to meet Healthful Living Essential Standards as a requirement for high school graduation.
  2. Accommodations/alternative assessments for students identified by ADA or IDEA will be provided.
Two Elective credits of any combination from either:

Note: For clarification, possible elective combinations may include 2 World Language credits or 1 CTE credit and 1 Arts Education credit or 2 CTE credits or 1 Arts Education credit and 1 World Language credit or other combinations from a, b and c.

Four Elective credits from the following (four-course concentration recommended):
  1. Career and Technical Education (CTE)
  2. ROTC
  3. Arts Education (e.g., dance, music, theater arts, visual arts)
  4. Any other subject area or cross-disciplinary courses (e.g., mathematics, science, social studies, English and dual enrollment courses)

Students who entered ninth grade for the first time in 2020-2021 must pass the following courses and earn at least 22 credits:

Four sequential English credits which shall be:
Four Mathematics credits which shall be either:
  1. NC Math 1, 2, and 3 and a fourth mathematics course to be aligned with the student’s post high school plans
  2. In the rare instance a principal exempts a student from the Future-Ready Core mathematics sequence, except as limited by N.C.G.S. §115C-81(b), the student will be required to pass: NC Math 1 and Math 2 plus two additional courses identified on the NC DPI Math options chart.
Three Science credits which shall be:
Four Social Studies credits which shall be:
  1. American History: Founding Principles, Civics and Economics
  2. Founding Principles of the United States of America and North Carolina: Civic Literacy
  1. American History I
  2. American History II
  3. American History

NOTE: It is strongly recommended that these students take World History in the first year of their high school Social Studies course sequence due to the nature of the adoption of the new Social Studies Standard Course of Study effective in 2021-22. Economics and Personal Finance is strongly recommended to be offered later in the student's high school career.

One Health and Physical Education credit:
  1. Students are required to successfully complete CPR instruction to meet Healthful Living Essential Standards as a requirement for high school graduation.
  2. Accommodations/alternative assessments for students identified by ADA or IDEA will be provided.
Two Elective credits of any combination from either:

Note: For clarification, possible elective combinations may include 2 World Language credits or 1 CTE credit and 1 Arts Education credit or 2 CTE credits or 1 Arts Education credit and 1 World Language credit or other combinations from a, b and c.

Four Elective credits from the following (four-course concentration recommended):
  1. Career and Technical Education (CTE)
  2. ROTC
  3. Arts Education (e.g., dance, music, theater arts, visual arts)
  4. Any other subject area or cross-disciplinary courses (e.g., mathematics, science, social studies, English and dual enrollment courses)

Students who entered ninth grade for the first time in 2014-2015 must pass the following courses and earn at least 22 credits:

Four sequential English credits which shall be:
Four Mathematics credits which shall be either:
  1. NC Math 1, 2, and 3 and a fourth mathematics course to be aligned with the student’s post high school plans
  2. In the rare instance a principal exempts a student from the Future-Ready Core mathematics sequence, except as limited by N.C.G.S. §115C-81(b), the student will be required to pass: NC Math 1 and Math 2 plus two additional courses identified on the NC DPI Math options chart.

Note: Credit shall be awarded for Math I, II, III if taken prior to the 2016-17 school year.

Three Science credits which shall be:
Four Social Studies credits which shall be:

Effective 2020-21:

a. a founding principles course which shall be either:

  1. American History: Founding Principles, Civics and Economics
  2. Founding Principles of the United States of America and North Carolina: Civic Literacy (Note: These courses must follow the NCSCOS in its entirety and may not be satisfied by any other courses).

b. American history courses which shall be either:

  1. American History I and American History II
  2. American History I or II and another Social Studies course
  3. American History and another Social Studies course

Prior to 2020-21:

  1. American History: Founding Principles, Civics, and Economics (Note: This course must follow the NCSCOS in its entirety and may not be satisfied by any other courses).
  2. American History I
  3. American History II
  4. World History
One Health and Physical Education credit:
  1. Students are required to successfully complete CPR instruction to meet Healthful Living Essential Standards as a requirement for high school graduation.
  2. Accommodations/alternative assessments for students identified by ADA or IDEA will be provided.
Two Elective credits of any combination from either:

Note: For clarification, possible elective combinations may include 2 World Language credits or 1 CTE credit and 1 Arts Education credit or 2 CTE credits or 1 Arts Education credit and 1 World Language credit or other combinations from a, b and c.

Four Elective credits from the following (four-course concentration recommended):
  1. Career and Technical Education (CTE)
  2. ROTC
  3. Arts Education (e.g., dance, music, theater arts, visual arts)
  4. Any other subject area or cross-disciplinary courses (e.g., mathematics, science, social studies, English and dual enrollment courses)

Students following the Occupational Course of Study entering ninth grade for the first time in 2021-2022 must pass the following 22 credits plus any local requirements:

Four English credits that shall be:
Four Mathematics credits that shall be:
  1. Introduction to Mathematics
  2. NC Math I
  3. Financial Management
  4. Employment Preparation IV: Math (to include 150 work hours)
Three Science credits that shall be:
  1. Applied Science
  2. Biology
  3. Employment Preparation I: Science (to include 150 work hours)
Four Social Studies credits that shall be:
  1. Founding Principles of the United States of America and North Carolina: Civic Literacy
  2. Economics and Personal Finance
  3. Employment Preparation II: Citizenship 1A (to include 75 work hours)
  4. Employment Preparation II: Citizenship IB (to include 75 work hours)
One Health and Physical Education credit:
  1. Students are required to successfully complete CPR instruction to meet Healthful Living Essential Standards as a requirement for high school graduation.
  2. Accommodations/alternative assessments for students identified by ADA or IDEA will be provided.
Two Additional Employment Preparation Education credits, which shall be:
  1. Employment Preparation III: Citizenship II A (to include 75 work hours)
  2. Employment Preparation III: Citizenship II B (to include 75 work hours)

The work hours included in Employment Preparation I, II, III, IV shall be as follows:


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B.I.A. Requested Forms

Forms necessary for specific procedures are listed and can be downloaded from this page. Forms should be filled out and sent with any required payment to The WCNAM Office, PO Box 606, Mansfield, MO 65704.

Application forms to apply for membership can be downloaded using the links below. Addresses provided must include a physical (street) address if your mailing address is a PO Box, the B.I.A. requires you also provide a physical (street) address. Applications submitted must include the $50.00 processing fee.

Complete PDF of the 3 forms required to apply for membership: Application Package

Individual PDFs of the 3 forms required to apply for membership:

​Download and mail this form to update your address in the WCNAM records: Address Change Notice

The B.I.A. has specified that certain additional forms be filled out for Consent (once), and Proof of Interaction with the tribe (at least yearly, but more frequently is preferred).

These forms can be downloaded using the links below.

Consent form (This form needs to be turned in Quickly): Member Consent

There is also an Administration Fees form to fill out each year to pay the support cost of maintaining the tribal office and for the review and maintenance of membership records and tribal documentation.

Administration Fees are as follows:

Single Member …………………..$25.00
Husband And Wife…………………$35.00
Husband , wife and minor children (living in the home) ……………….$50.00

This form can be downloaded using the link below:

Click this LINK to go to the online page for paying Administration Fees.

Click on the image above to go to the Shop page to download the form needed and instructions for requesting a Photo ID Card to replace old ID card. The form can be downloaded to fill out and submit by email (using the Submit button), with the photo to use attached to the email, and payment can be made on the Shop page.


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Rapper Notorious B.I.G. is killed in Los Angeles

Christopher Wallace, a.k.a Biggie Smalls, a.k.a. the Notorious B.I.G., is shot to death at a stoplight in Los Angeles. The murder was thought to be the culmination of an ongoing feud between rap music artists from the East and West coasts. Just six months earlier, rapper Tupac Shakur was killed when he was shot while in his car in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas. Ironically, Wallace’s death came only weeks before his new album, titled Life After Death, was scheduled to be released.

Wallace was the most prominent East Coast practictioner of “gangsta rap." His 1994 record Ready to Die sold millions. That same year, Shakur, the West Coast’s leading rapper, was shot several times in a robbery at a recording studio in New York. Shakur claimed that Wallace was partially responsible and later taunted Wallace on one of his songs. He claimed to have slept with Wallace’s ex-wife, singer Faith Evans, and insulted the overweight rapper for his ample girth.

Wallace’s raps about violent street life were not completely fiction. He grew up in a poor section of Brooklyn and had many run-ins with the law growing up. Even after he reached stardom in the music world, his legal woes continued. In the summer of 1996 he was arrested when police found marijuana and firearms at his New Jersey home. He also gave a new meaning to fan appreciation when he assaulted a pair of admirers with a baseball bat. The murder of Wallace has never been solved, though it has been suggested that either Marion “Suge” Knight, the former head of Death Row Records, Shakur’s label, or the Crips gang may be be responsible. Knight was also shot (but not wounded seriously) in the fatal Las Vegas attack on Shakur and is rumored to have engineered a retaliatory strike against Wallace, whom he held responsible for the Las Vegas shooting. Knight has been incarcerated for a fatal hit-and-run since 2018. 


Christopher G. “The Notorious B.I.G.” Wallace (1972-1997)

Hip-Hop music star Christopher Wallace, better known as Biggie Smalls or The Notorious B.I.G., was part of an East Coast-West Coast rap rivalry that included Tupac Shakur and Sean “P. Diddy” Combs. A year after Shakur was murdered, Notorious B.I.G. was preparing to release his second album when he was gunned down at the age of twenty-four as he left a party in Los Angeles. The album soared to #1 on the charts posthumously. Notorious B.I.G. is ranked as one of the top rappers of all time.

Christopher Wallace was born in New York on May 21, 1972. His mother Voletta Wallace was a Jamaican pre-school teacher. His father Selwyn Latore was a welder and a politician. Wallace’s father deserted his family leaving his mother to raise him in Brooklyn. Voletta Wallace worked two jobs to provide the income that allowed her son to attend private school as a child. Although Wallace was a good student, by the age of twelve he was dealing drugs and as a teen fell into a life of crime. He would be arrested numerous times during his short life.

Eventually Wallace attended Brooklyn’s George Westinghouse High School, and after school he jammed with jazz saxophonist Donald Harrison. Wallace dropped out of high school at seventeen with aspirations of becoming a rap superstar following his idols Run-DMC and Big Daddy Kane.


ENGLISH SILVER HALLMARKS DIRECTORYSILVER MAKERS MARKS IDENTIFICATION WITH THE ADDITION OF SCOTTISH, IRISH, CHANNEL ISLANDS AND COLONIES SILVERMITHS

S & L into an oval (Smith & Langdell [ B ] ) mid 20th c.
S&. Ld into an oval (Suckling Limited [ B ]) 20th c./1st half
S & M into two conjoned circles (Sanders & Mackenzie -Ernest Wilfred Sanders & Henry Arthur Mackenzie- [ B ] ) 20th c.
S & R (Smith & Rait [ G ] ) 20th c./1st half
S & S (T Simpson & Son [ B ] ) 19th c./1st half
S & S into a lozenge (Stephenson & Sons [ S ] ) 20th c./1st half
S & S Ld (Saunders & Shepherd Ltd [ L ] ) 20th c./1st half
S & Sn into an oval (Spink & Son [ L ] ) 20th c./2nd half
S & W into an undulated outline (Stower & Wragg Ltd [ S ] ) entered 1931
S.A (Stephen Adams I [ L ] ) end 18th c/ beginning 19th c.
SA (Stephen Adams I or Stephen Adams & Son [ L ] ) end 18th c/ beginning 19th c.
SA under a rampant leopard (Thomas Sadler [ L ] ) entered 1701
SA over C into a trefoil (Hammond, Creake & Co -Saint Arnaud Creake- [ S ] ) end 19th c/ beginning 20th c.
SAVAGE over LYMAN and English pseudo hallmarks (Savage & Lyman [Montreal CANADA ] ) 1851/1867
SAVAGE over LYMAN & Co and English pseudo hallmarks (Savage Lyman & Co [Montreal CANADA ] ) 1868/1879
SB (Susannah Barker [ L ] )18th c./2nd half
SB (Stephen Bergin [ D ] ) 19th c./1st half
S star B into two conjoined circles (Synyer & Beddoes -Harry Synyer & Charles Joseph Beddoes- [ B ][ C ][ L ] ) end 19th c./beginning 20th c.
S. B (Stainton Bros [ B ][ C ] ) end 19th c./beginning 20th c.
S.B BULGARI into two rectangles (Sotirio Bulgari [ B ]) 20th c.(2nd half
S-B&S Ld into an oblong chamfered rectangle (S. Blanckensee & Son Ltd [ B ][ C ][ L ][ S ]) end 19th c/beginning 20th c.
S.B&S. Ld into an oblong chamfered rectangle (S. Blanckensee & Son Ltd [ B ][ C ][ L ][ S ]) 20th c.
S.B&S over Ltd into a shield (S. Blanckensee & Son Ltd [ B ][ C ][ L ]) 20th c./1st half
SB over FW into a quaterfoil (Sidney Blunt & Frederick Dendy Wray [ L ] )19th c./2nd half

SB over HB into a shield (Samuel Biggin & Son [ S ]) entered 1888
SB over IB (Sarah & John William Blake [ L ]) entered 1809
S.B over I.B (Sarah & John William Blake [ L ]) 19th c./1st half
SBL into a rectangle (Samuel Boyce Landeck [ C ][ L ]) end 19th c./beginning 20th c.
S.B.L into a rectangle (Samuel Boyce Landeck [ S ] ) end 19th c.
S-BROs into an oblong chamfered rectangle (Sydenham Brothers [ B ][ C ] ) end 19th c.
S-BROs into a rectangular shaped contour (Charles Thomas & William Samuel Sheldon - Sheldon Brothers- possibly [ B ][ C ] ) beginning 20th c.
S cup B over H into a lozenge (Sidney Bellamy Harman -Lambert & Harman- [ L ] ) 20th c./1st half
S.B.W into a rectangle (Wolfsky & Co -Serlo Bernard Wolfsky- [ L ] ) entered 1897
S.C under a sun into a trefoil (Samuel Courtauld I [ L ]) entered 1746
SC into a rectangle (Sebastian Crespel II [ L ]) entered 1820
S C (Samuel Clark [ B ] ) 19th c./1st half
SC into a rectangle (Stuart Clifford [ L ] ) entered 1874
SC into an indented rectangle (not identified [ S ] ) Sheffield 1991
S.C over & Co (Spooner, Clowes & Co [ B ] ) 19th c./1st half
S.C over star over I.C (Sebastian & James Crespell [ L ] ) 18th c./2nd half
SCOTT into an oblong rectangle (Robert Scott -possibly- [ G ] ) 19th c./1st half
S.C.Y over & Co (S C Younge & Co [ S ] ) 19th c./2nd half
SD in script under a crown (Sandilands Drinkwater [ L ] ) mid 18th c.
SD (Samuel Davenport [ L ] ) 18th c./2nd half
SD in script under a crown (Sandilands Drinkwater [ L ] ) 18th c./1st half
SD (Samuel Dutton [ L ] ) 19th c./1st half
SD (Sybil Dunlop [ L ] ) 20th c./1st half
SD into an oval (Stuart Devlin [ L ] ) 20th c./2nd half

S.D over & over Co Ld into a shield (Stewart Dawson & Co Ltd [ B ] ) 20th c./1st half
S.D over E.D (Samuel & Edward Davenport [ L ] ) 19th c./1st half
S.D over Ld into a shield (Stewart Dawson Ltd [ G ][ L ][ S ] ) entered 1909
S E (William Servant [ EX ] ) 18th c./1st half
SF over AJF into a shield (Fenton Bros -Samuel Fenton & Alfred John Fenton- [ L ][ S ] ) 19th c./2nd half
SF over WS into a shield (Fenton Bros (Samuel Fenton & William Staniforth [ L ] ) 19th c./2nd half
S.G & Co Ltd (Sheffield Goldsmiths Co Ltd [ S ] ) 20th c./1st half
SG (R & S Garrard & Co -Sebastian Henry Garrard- Garrard & Co Ltd (from 1914) [ L ] ) 20th c./1st half
SG (Samuel Godbehere [ L ] ) end 19th c./beginning 20th c.
SG over EW (Samuel Godbehere & Edward Wigan [ L ] ) end 18th c./beginning 19th c.
SG over EW over IB (Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan & James Boult [ L ] ) 19th c./1st half
S.G.J (S G Jacobs [ B ] ) 20th c./1st half
SGM (Stanley G Morris [ B ] ) 20th c./2nd half
SG over W (Samuel & George Whitford [ L ] ) 19th c./1st half

The hallmarking of British sterling silver is based on a combination of marks that makes possible the identification of origin and age of each piece.
Follow this link to learn HOW TO READ ENGLISH/BRITISH STERLING SILVER MARKS

This is the combination of marks used to assay silver:

Town mark, corresponding to the hallmark of the Assay Office which verified the piece


Lion passant guardant or Britannia or lion's head erased, certifying the silver quality

Maker's mark, identifying the silversmith presenting the piece to the assay office (usually the initials of Christian name and surname of the silversmith)

Date letter, in cycles of twenty letters of the alphabet of different shape identifies the year in which the piece was verified by the Assay Office

A further mark was used in the period 1784 - 1890:
Sovereign head ('duty mark'), certifying the payment of the duty


Paga in base alla fattura

La fatturazione è un metodo di pagamento comunemente usato dai clienti. Amazon offre un metodo di pagamento Paga in base alla fattura ai clienti idonei agli acquisti sul marketplace Amazon. Questi clienti possono effettuare acquisti da tutti i venditori su Amazon e ricevere una fattura. I clienti che preferiscono pagare con questa opzione, in passato, non potevano utilizzare il marketplace Amazon. Con Paga in base alla fattura tali clienti potranno servirsi del marketplace e i venditori avranno la possibilità di incrementare le vendite su Amazon.

Le fatture hanno termini di pagamento, per esempio a 30 giorni, che ne determinano la data di scadenza (30 giorni dalla data della fattura in caso di termine di pagamento a 30 giorni). I termini di pagamento possono variare a seconda del cliente e sono approvati da Amazon. Amazon effettua gli accrediti sull'account Vendita su Amazon del venditore per questi ordini quando il cliente ha pagato la fattura. Inoltre, Amazon si assumerà la responsabilità di effettare un accredito sul saldo disponibile dell'account Vendita su Amazon del venditore il settimo giorno dopo la data di scadenza, se il cliente non ha pagato entro la data prevista.

Inoltre, Amazon semplifica le transazioni di fatturazione per i venditori. I venditori non hanno bisogno di effettuare una regolare valutazione del rischio di credito dei clienti, di emettere fatture per gli acquisti, di sollecitare il pagamento delle fatture scadute, di riscuotere le fatture non pagate o di gestire le insolvenze. Tutte queste attività sono gestite da Amazon.

Se ricevi un ordine fatturato da un cliente Amazon Business, l'importo del Saldo nel widget Pagamenti nella home page di Seller Central includerà l'importo di tale ordine. Potrai inoltre visualizzare una nuova pagina di riepilogo dei pagamenti accedendo a Report > Pagamenti dal menu di navigazione di Seller Central. Questa pagina di riepilogo presenta i dettagli dei saldi della carta di credito e degli ordini con fattura. I report sui pagamenti sono suddivisi tra carta di credito e ordini con fattura. Nella sezione Ordini con fattura, la nuova sezione Fatture in corso mostra tutte le transazioni con fattura in sospeso. Il campo Data scadenza fattura indica quando il cliente è tenuto a pagare la fattura. La colonna Importo netto mostra l'importo dovuto al venditore dopo aver dedotto tutte le commissioni Amazon.


10 Lyrics From The Notorious B.I.G. That Will Empower You

The Notorious B.I.G. will forever be one of the most iconic rappers in hip hop history and who deserves much respect because of it. Though he's no longer here, Biggie's music and legacy continues to live on.

Born Christopher George Latore Wallace on May 21, 1972 in Brooklyn, New York Biggie Smalls would change the way that hip hop sounded forever. To this very day, he's still respected for having the smoothest, most effortless, classic flow in rap music. Many artists today aspire to be just as great as him.

From JAY-Z, Lil Kim, Lil Wayne, 50 Cent, Jadakiss, even "Hamilton" creator/star Lin-Manuel Miranda these acts have always looked up to Big's music to make theirs just as dope. Plus, you can't talk about people who respect and love the late rapper without mentioning Big's former friend and Bad Boy partner Diddy. The now-mogul never misses a chance to shout out his deceased homie.

Before he left the earth, Biggie blessed us with Ready To Die, which dropped in 1994, and Life After Death, which was released just a few days after his death in 1997. Big's final album would officially become certified diamond in 2000. This milestone made Life After Death one of the few rap albums in history to reach such a musical landmark.


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