Top-rated United States television programs of 1951–52

This table displays the top-rated primetime television series of the 1951-52 season as measured by Nielsen Media Research.[1]

Rank
Program
Network
Rating

1
Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts
CBS
53.8

2
Texaco Star Theater
NBC
52.0

3
I Love Lucy
CBS
50.9

4
The Red Skelton Show
NBC
50.2

5
The Colgate Comedy Hour
45.3

6
Arthur Godfrey and His Friends
CBS
43.3

7
Fireside Theatre
NBC
43.1

8
Your Show of Shows
43.0

9
The Jack Benny Show
CBS
42.8

10
You Bet Your Life
NBC
42.1

11
Mama
CBS
41.3

12
Philco TV Playhouse
NBC
40.4

13
Amos ‘n’ Andy
CBS
38.9

14
Gangbusters
NBC
38.7

15
Big Town
CBS
38.5

16
Goodyear TV Playhouse
NBC
37.8

17
Pabst Blue Ribbon Bouts
CBS
37.5

18
The Lone Ranger
ABC
36.8

19
Gillette Cavalcade of Sports
NBC
36.5

20
All Star Revue
36.3

Dragnet

22
The Alan Young Show
CBS
35.8

23
Kraft Television Theatre
NBC
34.8

24
Armstrong Circle Theatre
34.7

25
Strike It Rich
CBS
34.5

26
Robert Montgomery Presents
NBC
34.4

27
The Roy Rogers Show
32.7

28
Hopalong Cassidy
32.2

29
Man Against Crime
CBS
32.0

Racket Squad

References[edit]

^ Brooks, Tim; Marsh, Earle (2007). The Complete Directory to Primetime Network and Cable TV Shows 1946-Present (Ninth Edition). Ballantine Books. p. 1679. ISBN 978-0-345-49773-4. 

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Top-rated United States television programs by season

Nielsen ratings

1950s

1950–51
1951–52
1952–53
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1954–55
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1960s

1960–61
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1970s

1970–71
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1977–78
1978–79
1979–80

1980s

1980–81
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1982–83
1983–84
1984–85
1985–86
1986–87
1987–88
1988–89
1989–90

1990s

1990–91
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1992–93
1993–94
1994–95
1995–96
1996–97
1997–98
1998–99
1999–2000

2000s

2000–01
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2010s

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2015–16

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Crazy Ivan

For the video game, see Krazy Ivan.
Crazy Ivan is a cold war term used in the US to describe two different concepts. The most common usage was the name given to a maneuver used by Soviet submarines to clear their baffles to see if they were being followed.[citation needed] The second use was a catch-all term for the possibility of a rogue Soviet leader committing to military action, typically in reference to a limited launch of ICBMs against the US. The term Red October was sometimes used to describe the second concept,[1] a reference to the 1984 Tom Clancy novel The Hunt for Red October in which a rogue Soviet submarine commander appears to threaten to launch a nuclear strike on the US. The novel uses the first version of the term as a plot point.
References[edit]

^ Evans, Dave (28 May 1991). “Crazy Ivan keeps missile afloat”. Chicago Tribune. 

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Lucien Génin

Lucien Génin (9 November 1894 in Rouen – 26 August 1953 in Paris) was a French painter in the milieu of pre-World War I, and 1920s Montmartre and Saint-Germain-des-Prés.[1][2]
References[edit]

^ Bulletin critique du livre français Association pour la diffusion de la pensée française, France. Direction générale des relations culturelles – 1996- Numéros 575 à 577 – Page 1892 “… ils s’appellent Gen Paul, Utrillo, Elisée Maclet, Foujita, pour les plus connus, mais aussi Alphonse Quizet et Lucien Génin.”
^ Jacques Lambert, Claude Duneton Gen Paul: un peintre maudit parmi les siens 2007 — Page 106 “Lucien Génin, par exemple, qui a pris pension dans le modeste Hôtel du Poirier, à côté du Bateau Lavoir, où il s’est lié avec Max Jacob, … Peintre naïf et gai, remarquable par sa petite taille qui le fait comparer à Toulouse-Lautrec, Génin a trois raisons de suivre Gen Paul …”

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Aleksander Jeljaszewicz

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Aleksander Jeljaszewicz

Nickname(s)
Sasza

Born
(1902-03-22)22 March 1902
Vilna, Russian Empire (now Vilnius, Lithuania)

Died
18 August 1978(1978-08-18) (aged 76)
Gdańsk, Poland

Allegiance
 Poland

Service/branch
Polish Army

Battles/wars
World War II

Aleksander Jeljaszewicz, known as “Sasza” (pronounced “Sasha”) – probably because of the family tradition of service in the Russian military (22 March 1902 – 18 August 1978).[1] Major of the Polish Army: the commander of the last Tatar/Islamic unit in the Polish military.

Contents

1 Early life
2 In the Polish Army
3 September Campaign
4 After war
5 Other Polish non-Christian World War Two soldiers
6 See also
7 References

Early life[edit]
An ethnic—Polish (Lipka) Tatar, Jeljaszewicz was born in Vilna, Russian Empire, the son of Jan (John), a captain in the Russian Imperial Army. Between 1912-1919 he was a student at Corps of Cadets in Pskov, and later in Kiev. Evacuated to Turkey and Yugoslavia, he finished officers’ school as a cavalry officer in 1923. In 1924 and 1925, he was serving in the Serb border guards’ unit, only to return to Poland in 1925.
In the Polish Army[edit]
The same year, he joined the Polish military and was sent to the Cavalry Officers’ School in Grudziadz. He became a professional (soldier) officer in 1928 in the “Zaniemianskich” (“Beyond Niemen River”) 4th Regiment of Uhlans in Vilnius garrison. In 1938, he was transferred to the 13th Regiment of Wilno Uhlans “Wilenskich” (“From Vilnius”) in Nowa Wilejka (at present part of Vilnius), where he was the commander of the 1st Tatar Squadron (1 Szwadron Tatarski). The last mounted Tatar unit in the history of the Polish military. In 1939, he participated in the September Campaign.
September Campaign[edit]
In the first days of September, the 13th Regiment of Wilno Uhlans “Wilenskich” fought near Piotrkow; next, it crossed the Vistula near Maciejowice. Near Maciejowice on the 9th or 10 September, the Tatar squadron executed the last charge against German infantry. The very charge has become a symbol of the closing of the chapter in the history of the Polish military: the end of the last Islamic/Tatar unit. Soon after, 13th Regiment of Wilno Uhlans was dispe
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Carrus

Carrus (Latin for “cart” or “cartload”) may refer to:

Contents

1 Units
2 People
3 Other
4 See also

Units[edit]

load, a unit of weight or mass

People[edit]

Davide Carrus, an Italian soccer player
Gerald Carrus, an American businessman who cofounded the Infinity Broadcasting Corporation

Other[edit]

Carrus Oy, a Finnish automotive company now merged with Volvo
Carrus Navalis, part of the Aalborg Carnival

See also[edit]

car & chariot

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Janoliva amoni

Janoliva amoni

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Mollusca

Class:
Gastropoda

(unranked):
clade Caenogastropoda
clade Hypsogastropoda
clade Neogastropoda

Superfamily:
Olivoidea

Family:
Olividae

Genus:
Janoliva

Species:
J. amoni

Binomial name

Janoliva amoni
(Sterba & Lorenz, 2005)

Synonyms[1]

Olivella amoni Sterba & Lorenz, 2005

Janoliva amoni is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Olividae, the olives.[1]

Contents

1 Description
2 Distribution
3 References
4 External links

Description[edit]

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Distribution[edit]

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References[edit]

^ a b Janoliva amoni (Sterba & Lorenz, 2005).  Retrieved through: World Register of Marine Species on 28 April 2010.

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Sakhi, Nepal

Sakhi
सखी

Village development committee

Sakhi

Location in Nepal

Coordinates: 28°14′N 82°32′E / 28.23°N 82.53°E / 28.23; 82.53Coordinates: 28°14′N 82°32′E / 28.23°N 82.53°E / 28.23; 82.53

Country
   Nepal

Zone
Rapti Zone

District
Rolpa District

Population (1991)

 • Total
2,798

Time zone
Nepal Time (UTC+5:45)

Sakhi is a village development committee in Rolpa District in the Rapti Zone of north-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 2798 people living in 525 individual households.[1]
To Promote local culture Sakhi has one FM radio station Radio Sunchhahari F.M – 101.5 MHz Which is a Community radio Station.
References[edit]

^ “Nepal Census 2001”. Nepal’s Village Development Committees. Digital Himalaya. Retrieved 12 December 2008. 

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Rolpa District

Headquarter: Liwang

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Bhawang
Budagaun
Dhawang
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Dubring
Gaam
Gajul
Gaurigaun
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Ghodagaun
Gumchal
Harjang
Hwama
Iriwang
Jailwang
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Jankot
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Jungar
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Mirul
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Pang
Phagam
Rangkot
Rangsi
Rank
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Seram
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Bandwagonesque

Bandwagonesque

Studio album by Teenage Fanclub

Released
19 November 1991

Recorded
9 April–12 May 1991

Studio
Amazon Studios, Liverpool

Genre
Alternative rock

Length
42:56

Label
Creation Records

Producer
Paul Chisholm, Don Fleming, Teenage Fanclub

Teenage Fanclub chronology

The King
(1991)
Bandwagonesque
(1991)
Thirteen
(1993)

Professional ratings

Review scores

Source
Rating

AllMusic
[1]

Chicago Tribune
[2]

Encyclopedia of Popular Music
[3]

Entertainment Weekly
B[4]

Los Angeles Times
[5]

NME
9/10[6]

Q
[7]

The Rolling Stone Album Guide
[8]

Select
4/5[9]

Bandwagonesque is the third album by Scottish alternative rock band Teenage Fanclub, released in November 1991 on Creation Records. The album gave the band substantial US success when the single “Star Sign” reached number four on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart, becoming their biggest hit in that country, with “What You Do to Me” and “The Concept” also becoming top 20 hits on that chart. Bandwagonesque was voted ‘album of the year’ for 1991 by American music magazine Spin, famously beating Nirvana’s landmark album Nevermind.[10]
The cover is designed by Sharon Fitzgerald. When Kiss member Gene Simmons, who had trademarked the logo of a moneybag with dollar symbol, was made aware of the record he sent a letter to Geffen Records, who in turn gave in and sent Simmons a cheque, according to Simmons’s book Sex Money Kiss.[11]
The liner notes to the 2009 Big Star box set Keep an Eye on the Sky read “…the album was so in thrall to Chilton, Bell, and company that some critics had taken to calling it “Big Star’s 4th.”[citation needed]
In 2006 the album was performed live in its entirety as part of the All Tomorrow’s Parties-curated Don’t Look Back series.[12]
“The Concept” was featured prominently in the 2011 film Young Adult.[13] “The Concept” was also covered by Jimmy Eat World on the Japanese deluxe edition of their 2004 album Futures.[14] “What You Do To Me” was featured in the 2013 film The World’s End and on its soundtrack album.[15]

Contents

1 Legacy
2 Track listing
3 Personnel
4 References

Legacy[edit]
The album was included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.[16]
Track listing[edit]

“The Concept” (Norman Blake) – 6:07
“Satan” (Blake, Gerard Love, Raymond McGinley, Brendan O’Hare) – 1:22
“December” (Love) – 3:03
“What You Do to Me” (Blake) – 2:00
“I Don’t Know” (McGinley) – 4:36
“Star Sign” (Love) – 4:5
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The Great Jitters: Pudding Panic

The Great Jitters: Pudding Panic

Developer(s)
kunst-stoff GmbH

Platform(s)
iOS

Release date(s)
June 7, 2011

Genre(s)
Action

The Great Jitters: Pudding Panic is an iOS action game developed by kunst-stoff GmbH and released on June 7, 2011.
Critical reception[edit]
The game has a rating of 91% on Metacritic based on 9 critic reviews.[1]
AppSpy said “Scared of haunted house rides? Don’t worry, helping out Jitters in Pudding Panic is fun and cathartic whether you love or hate the staple carnival ride. “[2] SlideToPlay said “This spooky, weird puzzle game is like a tasty dessert. “[3] AppSafari wrote “In all, I really liked the look, the tone the game set, and the monster designs. The gameplay is unique and for this low price Pudding Panic is a great buy. “[4] AppGamer said “Pudding Panic seems to have created a genre that has never been seen before on the App Store. Whilst being an action packed cartoon thriller, it is also a relaxing puzzler that doesn’t demand too much from the gamer. A simple concept with appropriate presentation makes this a top App. “[5] AppSmile described it as “A concept that feels fresh and fun, making for an enjoyable experience for gamers young and old. “[6] PocketGamerUK wrote “Utterly intense, but ridiculously addictive at the same time, Pudding Panic’s marriage of fear and food delivers a puzzler without comparison on iPhone. “[7] 148Apps wrote “Even if your not a fan of desserts that jiggle or haunted houses, this game is sure to have something to make you smile. “[8] Gamezebo said “While an inaccurate title though, Pudding Panic delivers where it counts, which is in the fun department. “[9]
References[edit]

^ http://www.metacritic.com/game/ios/the-great-jitters-pudding-panic
^ http://www.appspy.com/pudding-panic-review
^ http://www.slidetoplay.com/review/pudding-panic-review/
^ http://www.appsafari.com/games/16510/pudding-panic/
^ http://appgamer.net/reviews/2011/jul/24/pudding-panic/
^ http://www.appsmile.com/2011/07/08/pudding-panic-review/
^ http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/iPhone/Pudding+Panic/review.asp?c=30973
^ http://www.148apps.com/reviews/pudding-panic-review/
^ http://www.gamezebo.com/2011/06/12/pudding-panic-review/

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Great Wood Hill

Great Wood Hill

Communications mast at Great Wood Hill

Highest point

Elevation
136 m (446 ft)

Prominence
c. 42 metres (138 ft)

Parent peak
Therfield Hill

Listing
County Top

Coordinates
52°10′17″N 0°36′42″E / 52.1715°N 0.6118°E / 52.1715; 0.6118Coordinates: 52°10′17″N 0°36′42″E / 52.1715°N 0.6118°E / 52.1715; 0.6118

Geography

Great Wood Hill

Great Wood Hill in Suffolk

Location
Newmarket Ridge, England

OS grid
TL787558

Topo map
OS Landranger 155

At 136 metres (446 ft), Great Wood Hill is the highest point in the Newmarket Ridge and in the English county of Suffolk. The top is in the middle of a wood, near the village of Rede.
It is the highest point in the wide area east of the River Cam.
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