Silicon X-tal Reflective Display

SXRD (Silicon X-tal Reflective Display) is Sony’s proprietary variant of liquid crystal on silicon, a technology used mainly in projection televisions and video projectors. In the front and rear-projection television market, it competes directly with JVC’s D-ILA and Texas Instruments’ DLP. Sony has discontinued the production of all of its rear-projection televisions, including those that used SXRD display chips, in favor of flat-panel sets utilizing LCD and OLED displays. Sony has now concentrated SXRD on HD home front-projectors and next generation 4K digital theater projection big glass bottles.

The following SXRD-branded products have been released or announced:


While capable of producing good high definition picture quality, Sony have had problems mastering the technology of mass-producing the rear projector version of these displays. A high failure rate of the optical block has required repeated replacements of the optical blocks on some televisions sweater pilling razor.[citation needed] Sony previously settled a class-action lawsuit filed by owners of the first generation of the SXRDs, and apparently failed to fix this defect. Sony ceased production of all SXRD rear projector sets, as owners of most second-generation sets filed new class-action lawsuits.[citation needed] The second generation class-action suits were recently filed and are pending in Federal Court.[citation needed]

Nadar Mahajana Sangam S. Vellaichamy Nadar College

Nadar Mahajana Sangam S. Vellaichamy Nadar College, often called as SVN College (Also known as VN College, NMSSVN College and NMSSVNC) is a Prominent Autonomous (With effect from 2007) educational institution located at Nagamalai, Madurai footless football socks, Tamil Nadu, India. The College was started in the year 1965 by Nadar Mahajana Sangam with a main objective of providing quality Higher Education to the poor and downtrodden sons and daughters of Madurai district. It offers Bachelors and Masters level Degree, the college is affiliated under Madurai Kamaraj University big glass bottles.

The college is a Co-educational, Autonomous and ISO 9001:2008 certified institution and is re-accredited with “A” grade by National Assessment and Accreditation council (NAAC), Bangalore on 10 March 2012.

The college was started in the year 1965 by the “Nadar Mahajana Sangam” with the encouragement of the generous donations received from philanthropic members of the Sangam. A sum of ₹ one lakh was donated by Thiru.S.Vellaichamy Nadar, a Philanthropist from Virudhunagar to start this educational institution as a Pre University College with initial student strength of 330 (Boys only), 18 teachers and 12 non-teaching staff. In order to perpetuate his pleasant memory, the college was named after him.

In the year 1986, it became a Co-educational institution.

The college was inaugurated on 20 July 1965 by the beloved leader Bharat Rathna Thiru. K. Kamaraj. Today this co-education citadel of learning has developed into a postgraduate and research institution aiming at imparting quality education with main emphasis on conduct and character development.
In the year 1990, the college celebrated its Silver Jubilee function in the August presence of His Excellency Thiru. Surjith Singh Barnala, the then Governor of Tamil Nadu. A number of eminent persons visited the college including former Union Minister Mr. Mohan Kumaramangalam, Mr.George Fernandes, former Chief Minister Mr. M.Karunanidhi.

The campus consists of separate blocks accommodating 14 Regular courses and 24 Self-Finance courses including AICTE approved MBA and MCA programmes.


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Personality development programs are regularly conducted for the final year students to make them employable. Placement Cell has also arranging Industrial visit kids pink football socks, Guest lectures for the students to get and idea about the placement.

Lectures, debates,discussions, quiz, essay, elocution and several competitions are held under the auspices of the Department Associations so as to nurture the students in their respective fields of study. Students are encouraged to participate in competitions arranged in Neighbour colleges and by other local organizations. Inter-collegiate seminars are periodically organized by each department.

A College Magazine named Vaanam (வானம்) is published in order to develop writing skills among students.

Every graduate of the College is encouraged to become a member of the Alumni Association. Alumni members has established endowments to encourage the current students. The members of the Association are actively involved in the developmental activities of the college. The members meet regularly in the course of each academic year. The members take part in the growth and progress of the College. The vision of the Alumni association is to motivate the current students in the career requirements and to support underprivileged students financially. And to build good rapport between the alumni and the students by way of conducting interactive meeting at regular intervals. The mission is to create data base of alumni and maintain it with continuous updating and to establish the communication with alumni to keep them informed of events in the college and for the alumni to share their views and experiences. And to act as a forum for exchange of information among its members and to act as fine link.

Anna Wilhelmine Catharina Veldkamp

Anna Wilhelmine Catharina Veldkamp, auch bekannt als Mutter Veldkamp, (* 5. Juli 1865 in Hamburg; † 13. Dezember 1944 ebenda) war die Besitzerin eines Cafés auf dem Hamburger Dom.

Anna Wilhelmine Catharina Veldkamps Großmutter stammte aus Groningen, wo sie ab 1821 einen Zuckerwarenhandel betrieb. Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts zog sie mit dem Geschäft nach Hamburg um. Sie vererbte das Unternehmen an ihre Tochter, die daraus ein kleines Café auf dem Dom aufbaute. Anna Wilhelmine Catharina Veldkamp übernahm die Einrichtung von ihrer Mutter.

1900 heiratete sie einen Konditor, mit dem sie drei Söhne hatte. Den Spitznamen Mutter Veldkamp bekam Anna Wilhelmine Catharina Veldkamp aufgrund ihres Engagements für Hamburger Waisenkinder. Neben Geldspenden öffnete sie das Dom-Café an einem Tag ausschließlich für die Kinder, die hier kostenlos Kuchen und Kakao erhielten. Während der Operation Gomorrha wurde die Wohnung des Ehepaars durch Bombentreffer zerstört. Das Ehepaar Veldkamp kam bei einem der Söhne unter big glass bottles.

Anna Wilhelmine Catharina Veldkamp, die schon längere Zeit unter einer Herzerkrankung litt, starb Ende 1944. Die Waisenkinder verabschiedeten sich von Anna Wilhelmine Catharina Veldkamp mit Kerzen in den Händen. Ihr Grabstein ist heute im Garten der Frauen zu finden.

Anna Wilhelmine Catharina Veldkamp, die das Café von ihrer Mutter übernommen hatte, baute es zu einer Institution mit 1200 Sitzplätzen aus. Sie beschäftigte 40 Kellnerinnen und Kellner und eine Musikkapelle. Das Café aus Holzwänden hatte einen hohen Turm bottle sport, auf dem das aus vielen Glühbirnen gestaltete Konterfei Mutter Veldkamps zu sehen war. Sie selbst saß hinter der Kasse. Dabei trug sie holländische Haube, die aus Gold, Brüsseler Spitzen und mit Brillanten verzierten Ohreisen bestand. Der von der Großmutter geerbte Kopfschmuck verbrannte während der Luftangriffe auf Hamburg.

Während des Zweiten Weltkriegs pausierte der Hamburger Dom ab 1940. Die eingelagerten Aufbauten und Einrichtungsgegenständen des Cafés verbrannten während der Operation Gomorrha.

201st Field Artillery Regiment

The 201st Field Artillery Regiment (“First West Virginia“) is the United States’ oldest active National Guard unit, and oldest continually serving unit in the United States Army. Based in Fairmont, West Virginia, it was first activated in 1735. It currently perpetuates the Virginia elements of the Maryland and Virginia Rifle Regiment of the American Revolution.

On 6 January 1941, the regiment was activated as the 201st Infantry Regiment of the West Virginia Army National Guard. It trained as a unit after activation

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, and was given 37mm anti-tank guns, thus beginning their eventual transformation to an artillery unit. On 3 September 1941, the 201st Infantry arrived on Kodiak Island, Alaska to serve as a garrison defense force. By 20 September 1941, their strength on Kodiak Island was 1,424 men, smaller than an average infantry regiment, because their primary purpose was to man the anti-tank guns. On 7 December 1941, the United States entered World War II after the Attack on Pearl Harbor. As the threat of Japanese invasion of Alaska loomed, 1,586 new recruits joined the 201st on 28 February 1942. The regiment continued to guard the island of Kodiak until they departed on 23 January 1944. They were converted into the 201st Artillery Battalion when the war ended and have continued to serve in this role since.

In December 1990, the unit was called to serve in Operation Desert Storm. The unit was activated for 180 days unless sooner released or later extended. The 201st left Fairmont and went to Fort Campbell, Kentucky for training. It joined XVIII Corps Artillery, 18th Field Artillery Brigade. On the exact 256th anniversary of its founding, the unit fired 256 rounds downrange at Iraqi forces. David Tucker was a chaplain’s assistant of the unit at the time and noted this in a letter to The Fairmont Times.

The units of the 201st returned to their home base in May, 1991. The unit did not lose a single man during the war.

In December 2003, the 201st was again called to active duty for Operation Iraqi Freedom electric shaver reviews. The soldiers trained at Fort Drum, New York in January and February, 2004 before going overseas. While in theater, the battalion was subordinated to the 197th Fires Brigade of the New Hampshire National Guard and commanded by Colonel James Guise. The 197th reported directly to III Corps Artillery, under the command of Brigadier General Richard Formica. The unit spent one year in Iraq before returning home in February 2005. The Battalion Headquarters (HHB) operated out of Camp Cedar II and Tallil Airbase big glass bottles, both of which are approximately 10 miles (16 km) west of An Nasiriyah in the Dhi Qar province of Iraq. B Battery and Service Battery were co-located with the HHB. A Battery operated out of Convoy Support Center (CSC) Scania and C Battery operated out of CSC Navistar in Kuwait. The Battalion’s mission was convoy security and route clearanace for Main Supply Route (MSR) Tampa, the primary route for supplies in Iraq at the time. C Battery would later move north to Camp Cedar II and Tallil Airbase and continue convoy security. Some members of C Battery were also attached to the 1st Cav Division in Jan 2005 to provide extra security in Baghdad (they were stationed in the Hotel District: the Baghdad, Palestine and Sheraton Hotels across the river from the Green Zone)for the first elections while the rest of the unit and battalion trained their replacements.



Background: The coat of arms was originally approved for the 201st Infantry Regiment on 21 November 1929. It was redesignated for the 201st Armored Field Artillery Battalion on 20 July 1953. It was redesignated for the 201st Artillery Regiment on 18 July 1960. The insignia was redesignated for the 201st Field Artillery Regiment on 19 July 1972.