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  • (east midland) the dialect of Middle English that replaced West Saxon as the literary language and which developed into Modern English
  • The East Midlands is one of the regions of England and consists of most of the eastern half of the traditional region of the Midlands. It encompasses the combined area of Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Rutland, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire and most of Lincolnshire.
  • East Midlands is a constituency of the European Parliament. For 2009 it elects 5 MEPs using the d'Hondt method of party-list proportional representation.
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flight to east midlands - Gay Voices
Gay Voices from East Germany (A Midland Book)
Gay Voices from East Germany (A Midland Book)
"These interviews are wonderful. Extremely interesting and informative about gay life in East Germany." -- John C. Fouts
"A fascinating book. As far as I know, it is the first time that working class gays have given us an insight into their lives.... A singular contribution." -- George L. Mosse
"Lemke's interviews with 14 gay men, mainly working class, not only encompass a range of gay lifestyles... but reflect almost a century of German history.... Ultimately, love and a steady partnership are upheld as the ideal." -- Publishers Weekly
"These narratives provide helpful insight into daily life in the GDR -- a state that highly valued conformity -- as lived by a minority rarely acknowledged." -- Library Journal
"... vividly portray the men's trials, tragedies, and triumphs... these memoirs are engagingly provocative.... will serve as a treasure house for future historians, sociologists, and other researchers." -- Lambda Book Report
"Not just gay men, but anyone with a little humanity will find it rewarding to spend a few hours listening to these men." -- Hungry Mind Review
"... a rare, intensive glimpse into another community and another culture." -- A Different Light Review
"The 14 compelling interviews... chronicle gay male experience prior to the dramatic events of the last two years."A -- On the Issues
JA?rgen Lemke's collection of interviews with East German homosexual men caused a sensation in the East, where it was hailed as "a milestone in the history of homosexual men in the GDR." The book presents sustained portraits of fourteen men from different generations and classes, "in the closet" and out. Together they provide a penetrating view into the lives of gay men in Germany from the time of Hitler until the final year of the separate socialist state.

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Dakota G-AMPY, Coventry Airport 07/06/2008
Dakota G-AMPY, Coventry Airport 07/06/2008
My wife treated me today to an early 40th birthday present, a flight aboard this DC3 Dakota! On the 15th July 2008, Air Atlantique’s DC3's are being retired from passenger service, as they cannot be modified to meet new European aviation safety rules. So they have commenced a 'farewell' tour of the UK. It was an awesome experience, my first and almost certainly last of a piston engined aircraft. I was amazed at how smooth it was, although it was rather noisy. But tremendous fun! G-AMPY's history is as follows: G-AMPY is also of 1944 vintage. She saw wartime service with the RAF in Burma, becoming a passenger carrier on demob. G-AMPY has been left unlined inside, and the static line and jump lights for paratroopers are still in place. This gives flying in her a more military feel, though the 36 seats are distinctly more comfortable than those used by her paratrooper passengers! Douglas C-47B-15-DK Dakota 3 c/n 15124/26569 (c/n given in CofA documents as KK116) Built at Oklahoma 1943 for USAAF with serial 43-49308 and taken on charge.11.44. To RAF 24.11.44 with serial KK116 at Nassau. Served with ACSEA from 12.12.44. India 1946. To 12 MU Kirkbride 22.9.47. Regd 8.3.52 (CofR No: R.3587/1) as G-AMPY to Jerome Anthony Wilson, Speke. CofA (No.A3587) issued 3.8.54 and renewed 5.8.55, 3.8.56 and 15.8.57. Operated by Starways Ltd. Cld 13.12.57 on sale in Jordan as JY-ABE (initially misapplied as JY-AAE). Re-Regd 12.5.58 (CofR No: R.3587/2) to Starways Ltd, Speke and CofA renewed on 28.8.58, 8.10.58, 6.11.59, 4.11.60 and 4.11.61. Cld 31.12.63 as sold in Iceland. Re-Regd 3.1.64 (CofR No: R.3587/3) to Aviation Overhauls Ltd., Speke and CofA renewed 30.6.64. Cld same day on sale in Iceland as TF-FIO. Re-Regd 3.8.65 (CofR No: R.3587/4) to Aviation Overhauls Ltd., Speke. Leased to Irefly 2.66 to 11.66. Cld 1.8.68 on sale in USA (Notified 5.9.68) as N15751 to Aviation Enterprises Inc, Cedarburg, WI but not delivered. Re-Regd 5.11.70 (CofR No: R3587/5) to The New Guarantee Trust of Jersey Ltd., Jersey. Operated by Intra airways. Operated by Jersey European/Express Air Service 11.79. Cld 23.1.80 (CofR No: G-AMPY/R6) on charter to Field Aviation Ltd., Heathrow & East Midlands. Leased to Jersey European 10.80. Proposed sale during 1981 in Ireland as EI-BKJ with Clydeen Airways not proceeded with. Cld & Re-Regd 15.2.82 (CofR No: G-AMPY/R7) to Air Atlantique Ltd., Jersey. Re-Regd .89 to Dak Holdings Ltd., Coventry and used for Pollution Control duties and detached elsewhere from time to time (eg inverness). Re-Regd 15.3.00 to Atlantic Air Transport Ltd., Coventry. Repainted in RAF Transport Command scheme as KK116 Cofk expires 4.7.08
Not Giving Up - East Midlands Airport
Not Giving Up - East Midlands Airport
East Midlands Airport is an airport of a mixed history but has grown to be a success for budget airlines. East Midlands Airport use to be an RAF base known as RAF Castle Donington which was decomissioned in 1946. The former RAF base was bought by local government authorities in 1964 with major building work beginning which included building work and runway investment and was renamed East Midlands Airport which opened to passengers in 1965, conveniently the start of the jet age. The first airline to serve the airport was Derby Airways which was renamed British Midland Airways, after moving its operation from Burnaston where it is now the Toyota factory. The airport has undergone expansion year after year to cope with demand. In 1993, EMA became the first airport in the UK to be privatised with NatEx successfully owning the rights of the airport and afterwards expansion was included with better passenger facilities to cope with long haul flights. Also part of the plans was the Air Traffic Control tower which was constructed and at the time, the second tallest in the UK. 2000 was the year DHL Aviation opened its new cargo facility and has grown to become the second busiest airport in the UK in terms of cargo, only behind Heathrow. In March 2001, the airport was sold by NatEx who wanted to concentrate on its rail and bus division and the operation switched to the Manchester Airport Group. 2002 was the formation of BMIBaby and also the new hub for GO Fly who was bought out by EasyJet in 2003. Ryanair came to the air in around 2004. The airport was renamed to Nottingham East Midlands Airport in 2004 which did not prove popular since the airport is in Leicestershire with the closest city being Derby, also there is a Nottingham Airport located in Tollerton. The airport changed its nameonce again in 2006 when it became East Midlands Airport: Nottingham, Leicester, Derby. It was in 2010 that EasyJet closed its hub here in January 2010 when it didn't generate enough money to provide future services and soon after Jet2 established itself here in August 2010 to replace the flights from EasyJet including BMIBaby who's parent company BMI was bought out by Lufthansa in 2009. So far the airport is still popular with Jet2, BMIBaby and Ryanair promising to stay at the airport for the long future and let's hope long haul flights may come.

flight to east midlands
flight to east midlands
Midland GXT1050VP4 36-Mile 50-Channel FRS/GMRS Two-Way Radio (Pair) (Camo)
Midway's GXT1050VP4 two-way, 22-channel radios are designed for GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service) operation, in a rugged, weatherproof package. With a range of up to 36 miles and Mossy Oak Breakup Camo finish, they're ideal for your next hunting trip. Features include privacy codes, direct/group calling, NOAA weather radio/alert/scan, silent operation, whisper function, SOS siren, and plenty more. Five animal call alerts are also included. Perfect for the outdoorsman.

With a range of up to 36 miles, the GXT1050VP4s are perfect for most any adventure. Click to enlarge.

Package includes Pair of radios, belt clips, desktop charger, rechargeable batteries, pair of mic headsets, AC wall adapter, and DC (vehicle) adapter. Click to enlarge.

Measures 9.75 x 2.5 x 1.75 inches.



GXT1050VP4 Features
22 Channels PLUS 28 EXTRA CHANNELS
Clear, crisp communication with easy button access.
Up to 36 Mile Range
Longer range communication in open areas with little or no obstruction.
387 Privacy Codes
Gives you up to 5560 channel options to help you block other conversations.
NOAA Weather Alert Radio with Weather Scan
Automatically locks on to your local weather channel and alerts you to severe weather.
SOS Siren
Allows you to send out distress/locator signals in an emergency situation.
JIS4 Waterproof
Protection against light rain or splashing water from all directions on the radio.
Whisper
Allows you to speak quietly and still be heard clearly by others.
Group Call
Allows you to make "direct calls" to other people within the group without alerting the entire group.
eVOX
Hands-Free Operation (9 levels) with easy voice activation--no need for an external microphone.
X-TRA TALK Power
Maximum allowed by law.
Weather Scan
Easily scans the active weather channel in your area.
Direct Call
Allows you to instantly contact one member of your party without alerting the others.
10 Call Alerts
Different call tones to notify you of incoming calls from your group.
Five Animal Call Alerts
Includes Turkey, Duck, Crow, Cougar and Wolf alerts.
Channel Scan
Automatically checks channels for activity.
Dual Watch
Lets you monitor two channels.
Vibrate Alert
Provides silent page / call notification.
Auto Squelch
Removes annoying background noise.
Keypad Lock
Locks in your selected settings.
Monitor
Checks for any activity within your channel.
HI/MED/LO Power Settings
Lets you adjust transmit power & conserve battery life.
Roger Beep
Indicates call completion.
Silent Operation
Turns off all tones for quiet operation.
Bright Backlit Display [LCD]
Easy to read day or night.
Keystroke Tones Audible tones with each key press

Mic and Headphone Jacks

Battery Life Extender
Provides longer battery life.
Drop-in Charger Capable

Dual Power Options
4 standard "AA" batteries (not included) or rechargeable batteries.
Midland Radio Corporation
Midland Radio Corporation is an international industry leader in wireless communications with affiliates in Italy, Bulgaria, Germany, Poland, Russia, Spain, and the United Kingdom, as well as representation in Latin America. Midland develops high quality consumer products such as GMRS Two-Way Radios, Citizen Band (CB) Radios, Marine Radios, Bluetooth intercom systems, and All Hazards/Weather Alert Radios. Also, as a leading manufacturer of Land Mobile Radios, Midland supplies professional grade analog and digital (P25 Technology) Portables, Mobiles and Base Stations/Repeaters for government entities such as forestry, public safety, and other commercial users.
Known in the '70s primarily for CB radios and household electronics, Midland has grown with the times by producing innovative new communications products and by actively promoting public emergency preparedness. Midland has manufactured quality Two-Way Radios for the last 50 years and is a market leader in several individual categories.
What's in the Box
Pair of radios, belt clips, desktop charger, rechargeable batteries, pair of mic headsets, AC wall adapter, DC (vehicle) adapter and owner's manual

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