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  • Knight Online is an MMORPG developed by MGame Corporation. With over 4.25 million subscribers and 8.91 percent of the current MMORPG market share, Knight Online is among the most popular games in the genre.
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Medieval II Gold Pack (Total War, Total War Kingdoms)
Medieval II Gold Pack (Total War, Total War Kingdoms)
Medieval: Total War Gold Edition is the compilation of the critically-acclaimed Medieval: Total War and its official expansion pack - Total War Kingdoms. Set in the turbulent Middle Ages, Medieval puts you in command of your own empire as you crush neighboring kingdoms and unify all of Europe, the Mediterranean, and the Middle East. Medieval: Total War Kingdoms features four entire campaigns centered on expanded maps of the British Isles, Teutonic Northern Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas. In Medieval II, you were only given a glimpse of South America, but in Kingdoms, vast tracts of land in both North and South America have been opened up for you to conquer. All-new factions from the New World are also now fully playable, including the Aztecs, Apaches, and Mayans. In both games, you rule all aspects of your kingdom throughout centuries of medieval warfare. Lay siege to mighty fortresses and command vast armies across the battlefields of Europe and North Africa. This is Total War.

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Christopher Anton Knight , Genny Duarte and German Angel
Christopher Anton Knight , Genny Duarte and German Angel
Christopher Anton Knight was born November 7, 1957, in Manhattan, New York, the second of four children: three boys and one girl. Around the time he was three, his family moved to Los Angeles, where his father, an actor, later began seeking auditions for his two oldest sons as a means of saving money for their college education. Although both Christopher and his older brother Mark tried out, only Christopher was offered parts.

At the young age of seven, he began landing appearances in commercials for companies such as Toyota, Tide, and Cheerios and in television shows such as "Gunsmoke" and "Mannix." Soon, however, he found himself involved with what would become one of the most successful television shows of all time. Partially because his dark looks matched that of Robert Reed who was already cast as the show's father, Christopher won the part of the middle brother, Peter Brady, in "The Brady Bunch." Airing from September 1969 through August 1974, the show was highly popular with teenagers of that era. Although ending thirty years ago, it acquired instant syndication and has never since left the airways.

Being a reluctant icon as well as having an innate interest in science and machines led Christopher to his new career in the computer industry in 1988. Constant celebrity status from youth has provided him with people skills and has proven to be excellent preparation for life in sales and marketing. Entering the industry as an account sales manager at Martec, Inc., he logged the company's first $1 million sales order within his first eighteen months, quickly becoming Martec's top performer, and employee of the year.

In October 1989, Christopher took the responsibility of Vice President of Design System Marketing and Sales at New Image Industry, moving the company into 3D rendering/imaging technologies. Then in mid 1991, he, and a few other key employees successfully moved the software engineering staff and the 3D technologies into a new privately held company, Visual Software. As co-founder of Visual Software, Christopher was a pioneer in the consumer 3D graphics market. His efforts were responsible for enormous sales growth, moving the company from $.4 million annual sales to $4.2 million within 10 months. Visual Software was acquired by Micrografx in January.

In late 1995, Christopher partnered with friend and associate Frank Paniagua, and founded Kidwise Learningware. This company proposed to design, produce and publish interactive edutainment products for children. Christopher served as Executive Producer, with duties ranging from production and design, projects management and sales strategy.

In February of 1996, he took on the responsibility of Vice President of Sales at Adesso, a Keyboard manufacturer, providing keyboards for Macintosh and PC/Win95 systems, where he oversaw a doubling of sales within his first four months.

He and Mr. Paniagua reunited again in August of 1997 at Integrated Micro Solutions (I.M.S.) which later became IXMICRO. Initially hired in the capacity of Vice President of Strategic Marketing, Christopher was promoted to Vice President of Marketing after only four months. With Mr. Paniagua, he was able to influence annual sales from less than $2 million in early 1997 to $63 million in 1998.

In late 1998, Christopher would again team up with Paniagua and another associate, David Smith, to form Eskape Labs. Knight, Smith and Paniagua had all been part of IXMICRO's executive staff when the company decided to concentrate on a path divergent from the common interests of the three. Sensing a shift in the focus of the computer technology industry beyond the personal computer to intelligent devices, Eskape Labs was born. The company's mission, to provide "on wire" digital appliances that easily plug into computers, has led Eskape to develop a number of first-to-market video devices. Eskape Labs was purchased by Hauppauge Computer Works in the summer of 2000. Hauppauge is the world's largest manufacturer of computer based TV tuner products and, with Eskape Labs, now has a line of TV tuners compatible with the Macintosh.

Christopher continued to work for Hauppauge Computer as the head of the Eskape Labs brand until the spring of 2003, and then as a consultant to the company throughout the remainder of the year.

Mid year 2003 he became more involved on an executive level with an investment that had taken flight and was in need of interim management. Casting Networks Inc. (doing business as LA Casting and SF Casting) is an online (web based) talent exchange. Nine months from the introduction of the service to the Los Angeles commercial casting marketplace in late 2002, LA Casting had completely revolutionized the casting process by replacing archaic and time-consuming methods of handling clients' information with a much more efficient method using the Internet.

While Christopher's career in the high tech industry
Archbishop Francis J. Furey Award
Archbishop Francis J. Furey Award
FUREY, FRANCIS JAMES (1905-1979). Francis James Furey, third archbishop and seventh bishop of San Antonio, son of John Francis and Anna (O'Donnell) Furey, was born at Summit Hill, Pennsylvania, on February 22, 1905, the eldest of five children. He was educated in the public schools of Coaldale, Pennsylvania; St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Overbrook, Pennsylvania; and the Pontificio Seminario Romano Maggiore in Rome, where he received a Ph.D. in philosophy and sacred theology. Furey was ordained on March 15, 1930, in Rome. He served as secretary to Dennis Cardinal Dougherty, archbishop of Philadelphia (1930-36), president of Immaculata College (1936-46), and rector of St. Charles Borromeo Seminary (1946-58); he was engaged in pastoral work in the archdiocese of Philadelphia from 1958 to 1960. On August 24, 1960, he was appointed to the titular see of Temnus and appointed auxiliary to the archbishop of Philadelphia. In 1963 he was named coadjutor bishop of San Diego, California, and in 1966 was appointed bishop of San Diego. Furey was member of the administrative tribunal of the Second Vatican Council. On June 4, 1969, he was promoted to the archiepiscopal see of San Antonio, Texas, where he was installed on August 6, 1969. He was appointed vicar delegate for subjects of the Military Ordinariate in Texas and Louisiana on August 6, 1969. He held memberships at various times on the National Conference of Catholic Bishops Administrative Committee, the United States Catholic Conference Communication Committee, and committees dealing with boundaries of dioceses and provinces, liaison of the NCCB and USCC with priests, religious, and laity, nomination of bishops, the permanent diaconate, liturgy, priestly formation, and migration and tourism. At the time of his death he was chairman of the NCCB Ad Hoc Committee for the Campaign for Human Development. He was a knight commander in the Legion of the Cedars of Lebanon (1956) and a Knight of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre. He was a recipient of the Pope Leo XIII Pilgrim's Medal and Pilgrim's Shell and the Texas AFL-CIO St. Joseph the Worker Award (1977). He was chaplain, Texas State Council, Knights of Columbus;qv bishop protector of the Catholic War Veterans of the U.S.A.; and a member of the John F. Kennedy Memorial Commission, appointed by Governor Preston Smith. He also held membership in the John Henry Newman Honorary Society and was on the advisory council to the Board of Directors, San Antonio Community Hospital, and the Board of Advisors of the Institute on Religious Life. He was an honorary member of the United States Marine Corps. He received honorary doctorates from La Salle College, Philadelphia; St. Joseph College, Philadelphia; Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania; St. John's University, Brooklyn, New York; Mount St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg, Maryland; and Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio. Furey was a well-known public speaker and appeared frequently on television and radio. On his appointment as archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of San Antonio,qv he faced a tense climate brought about by the controversy surrounding his predecessor, Archbishop Robert E. Lucey.qv Furey, a firm advocate of the reforms of Vatican II, ran the diocese in a less centralized fashion. He became known for his outspoken social stands. He was in favor of the death penalty, yet was a firm believer in human rights. He established a commission for Mexican-American affairs, believed to be the first diocesan agency of its kind in the country. He promoted the candidacy of the first Mexican-American bishop in the United States, Patrick F. Flores (1970), later archbishop of San Antonio. He was a vigorous backer of a network of activists called COPS (Communities Organized for Public Service). He was among the signers of a newspaper advertisement supporting a Texas Supreme Court decision upholding the state's Saturday-Sunday closing law. He was also notable for his backing of the Farah strikeqv (October 1973) and the lettuce boycotts (see UNITED FARM WORKERS UNION). He established the Catholic Archives of San Antonio and promoted the establishment of archives in other dioceses. He died on April 25, 1979, at San Antonio and was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery. Source Handbook of Texas Online

knight online gold
knight online gold
Medieval: Total War Gold Edition
Spectacular Epic 3D Total War BattlesProduct InformationMedieval: Total War is a game of empire building and epic real time battles. Encompassing four centuries of warfare from the first Crusade in 1095 to the fall of Constantinople in 1453. Rule your kingdom through four centuries of brutal Medieval warfare. Laysiege to mighty fortresses and command vast armies across the battlefields ofEurope and North Africa. This is no time for the faint hearted. Medieval Total War - Viking Invasion Expansion Pack takes the action back intime to 793 with all new campaign and playable factions. Build an empireusing trade diplomacy subterfuge and the art of war.This is total war!Product Title Included Medieval Total War Medieval Total War - Viking Invasion Expansion PackProduct OverviewMedieval Total WarMedieval Total War portrays the clash between mighty nations and ancientcultures on the blood-drenched battlefields of the Middle Ages. The epic battlesand castle sieges feature over 10000 warriors in varied and spectacular 3Denvironments employing tactics and weapons spanning 400 years of technicalrevolution on the battlefield.Armies now comprise over 100 different unit types many unique to theirparticular culture and period: the English can train longbow yeomanry the Turksraise Janissary armies from among their Christian slaves while the German HolyRoman Empire reaches the pinnacle of heavy gothic armored knights. Each typerepresents different tactical opportunities for their commander. Battlefieldterrain is also extremely varied with forests lakes deserts mountains andplains that realistically recreate campaigns in any part of feudal EuropeNorthern Africa or the Near East.Different factions in Medieval Total War demand different skills andapproaches. Commanding the awe-inspiring German Holy Roman Empire demands amasterful balance between the velvet glove and the iron gauntlet; while takingthe di

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