EASTERN SENIOR A HOCKEY LEAGUE. SAIT HOCKEY TEAM
Eastern Senior A Hockey League
- a league of hockey teams
- European Trophy (previously named Nordic Trophy between 2006 and 2009) is a pre-season ice hockey tournament, traditionally composed of ten teams from the highest-level ice hockey leagues in Sweden and Finland when the tournament was named "Nordic Trophy".
- easterly: from the east; used especially of winds; "an eastern wind"; "the winds are easterly"
- Situated in the east, or directed toward or facing the east
- Living in or originating from the east, in particular the regions or countries lying to the east of Europe
- (of a wind) Blowing from the east
- of or characteristic of eastern regions of the United States; "the Eastern establishment"
- lying toward or situated in the east; "the eastern end of the island"
eastern senior a hockey league - Owlet Caterpillars
Owlet Caterpillars of Eastern North America
This lavishly illustrated field guide features more than 800 species of the most common, interesting, beautiful, and important owlet (noctuid) caterpillars found in eastern North America. More than 2,100 color photographs include numerous stunning images, and the guide's introductory sections offer a wealth of information on noctuid natural history, morphology, larval diets, natural enemies, and classification; suggestions for finding and rearing owlet caterpillars; and much more. The 375 full-page species accounts treat similar species, range, phenology, and larval foodplants. A remarks section addresses behavior, life history, taxonomy, and a variety of other general interest topics. For full species accounts, two adult images are provided, one of a spread museum specimen and the other of a live adult: this is the first guide to comprehensively provide images of live adult moths in representative resting postures. An extensive glossary and foodplant index are also included.
More than 800 species of eastern owlets
More than 2,100 color photographs illustrating many species for the first time
First North American insect guide to offer hundreds of images of live moths in their natural resting postures
Extensive information on owlet biology, natural enemies, classification, and finding and rearing owlet caterpillars
Includes foodplant records for each species and foodplant index
White Squirrel | Color Variant of Eastern Gray Squirrel | Mount Royal Park | Écureuil Blanc | Parc du Mont-Royal | MONTREAL | QUEBEC
Not an albino squirrel. This is a rare color variation of the Eastern Gray Squirrel. Although albino squirrels exist, this squirrel is considered “white” and is not albino.Some people think it is good luck to see a white squirrel, so be on the look out for one... Ce n'est pas un albinos. C'est un ecureuil dont la couleur est rare. Les albinos existent mais cet ecureuil est considere comme blanc, non pas albinos.Il y a des personnes qui croient que la chance les favorisent si elles voient un ecureuil blanc, alors, soyez attentifs...
Eastern Gray Squirrel
Eastern Gray Squirrel - I don't know what happended to its tail. I either haven't seen this one since mid summer or its tail has gotten back to normal. Long Island, NY May 2009
eastern senior a hockey league
This book presents the remarkable personal journals of a German soldier who participated in Operation Barbarossa and subsequent battles on the Eastern Front, revealing the combat experience of the German-Russian War as seldom seen before.
Hans Roth was a member of the anti-tank (Panzerjager) battalion, 299th Infantry Division, attached to Sixth Army, as the invasion of Russia began. Writing as events transpired, he recorded the mystery and tension as the Germans deployed on the Soviet frontier in June 1941. Then a firestorm broke loose as the Wehrmacht tore across the front, forging into the primitive vastness of the East. During the Kiev encirclement, Roth's unit was under constant attack as the Soviets desperately tried to break through the German ring. At one point, after the enemy had finally been beaten, a friend serving with the SS led him to a site where he witnessed civilians being massacred en masse (which may well have been Babi Yar). After suffering through a horrible winter against apparently endless Russian reserves, his division went on the offensive again, this time on the northern wing of "Case Gelb," the German drive toward Stalingrad.
In these journals, attacks and counterattacks are described in "you are there" detail, as Roth wrote privately, as if to keep himself sane, knowing that his honest accounts of the horrors in the East could never pass through Wehrmacht censors. When the Soviet counteroffensive of winter 1942 begins, his unit is stationed alongside the Italian 8th Army, and his observations of its collapse, as opposed to the reaction of the German troops sent to stiffen its front, are of special fascination.
Roth's three journals were discovered many years after his disappearance, tucked away in the home of his brother, with whom he was known to have had a deep bond. After his brother's death, his family discovered them and quickly sent them to Rosel, Roth's wife. In time, Rosel handed down the journals to Erika, Roth's only daughter, who had meantime immigrated to America.
Hans Roth was doubtlessly working on a fourth journal before he was reported missing in action in July 1944 during the battle known as the Destruction of Army Group Center. Although Roth's ultimate fate remains unknown, what he did leave behind, now finally revealed, is an incredible firsthand account of the horrific war the Germans waged in Russia.