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Jerilderie Letter

The document known as the Jerilderie Letter was dictated by notorious Australian bushranger Ned Kelly to fellow Kelly Gang member Joe Byrne in 1879. It is one of only two original Kelly documents known to have survived.The Jerilderie Letter is a 56-page document of approximately 8,000 words. In the letter Kelly tries to justify his actions, including the murder of three policemen in October 1878 at Stringybark Creek. He describes cases of alleged police corruption and calls for justice for poor families.It... read more

Call sign

In broadcasting and radio communications, a call sign (also known as a call name or call letters—and historically as a call signal—or abbreviated as a call) is a unique designation for a transmitter station. In North America, they are used for all FCC licensed transmitters. A call sign can be formally assigned by a government agency, informally adopted by individuals or organizations, or even cryptographically encoded to disguise a station's identity.The use of call signs as unique identifiers... read more

Call set-up time

In telecommunication , the term call set-up time has the following meanings: #The overall length of telecommunicationtime required to establish a circuit -switched call between users.#For calldata communication , the overall length of time required to establish a circuit-switched call between terminals; ''i.e.,'' the time from the initiation of a call request to the beginning of the call calldata communicationmessage .''Note:'' Call set-up time is the summation of: (a) call request time—the... read more

Wake Up Call (CNBC)

''Wake Up Call'' is a show on CNBC that aired in the early morning, premiered from 6 to 8AM ET on February 4, 2002. Later it was moved to 5 to 7AM timeslot. Previous program shown in the same time slot was ''Today's Business''.Originally co-anchored by Liz Claman and Carl Quintanilla (see complete anchor listing below), ''Wake Up Call'' was hosted by Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, sometimes in conjunction with a guest host. The programme used a slightly different graphics package to other CNBC programmes;... read more

Wake-Up Call (album)

''Wake-Up Call'' is the fourteenth studio album of the Christian rock band, Petra. It was released on November 9, 1993. The album was one of the most successful for the band garnering them both a Grammy Award and a Dove Award.The album marks a dramatic shift in tone for the band. The sound is more raw, there are fewer driving rock songs, and it concludes with three consecutive ballads.==Track listing==All songs written by Bob Hartman, except where noted.# "Praying Man" (Words by John Lawry, Music... read more

Call Me Up

''Call Me Up'' is the 2009 debut album by Chicago band Cains & Abels. This album was released by States Rights Records in the U.S.. In 2011 Positive Beat Recordings issued a vinyl edition with one additional track, "Forty Days and Forty Nights."==Track listing==Vinyl Only Bonus Track: "Forty Days and Forty Nights" read more

Wake-up call (service)

A wake-up call (alarm call in the UK) is a service provided by most lodging establishments to provide a service similar to alarm clocks via a telephone.The phrase has been used to describe a sign or warning that alerts one to negative or dangerous behavior or circumstances.''The American Heritage Dictionary''. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2000, ISBN 978-0-395-82517-4. In east Asia, a wake-up call is commonly known as a "morning call." read more

The Call Up

"The Call Up" is a song by English punk rock group The Clash. It was released as the first single from the band's fourth album, ''Sandinista!''. The single was released in November 1980, in advance of the release of ''Sandinista!'', with the anti-nuclear "Stop the World" as its B-side.The song opens and closes with a US Marines' marching Military cadence and is mostly about The Draft though it also deals war in general. With the line "It's 55 minutes past 11..." the song directly reference the... read more

The Letter (2004 film)

''The Letter'' ( or ''Jod mai rak'', literally "love letter") is a 2004 romance-drama film directed by Pa-oon Chantarasiri. It is a remake of ''Pyeon ji'', a 1997 South Korean film by director Lee Jung-gook.==Plot==Dew (Anne Thongprasom) is a young computer programmer who meets Ton (Attaporn Teemakorn) in Chiang Mai during her distant cousin's funeral. They immediately become attracted to each other and start to date each other over the phone.Back in Bangkok on Valentine's Day, Dew refuses to accompany... read more

Letter to Me

"Letter to Me" is a song written and recorded by American country music singer Brad Paisley. It was released in October 2007 as the third single from his album ''5th Gear''. The song spent four weeks at Number One on the ''Billboard'' Hot Country Songs charts in February 2008, becoming his sixth consecutive Number One on that chart, as well as his tenth overall.The song is part of the track list for ''Now That's What I Call Country''.==Inspiration==Paisley was inspired to write "Letter to Me" after... read more

Drive letter assignment

In computing, drive letter assignment is the process of assigning alphabetical identifiers to volumes . Unlike the concept of UNIX mount points , where volumes are named and located arbitrarily in a single hierarchical namespace, drive letter assignment allows multiple highest-level namespaces. Drive letter assignment is thus a process of using letters to name the roots of the "forest" representing the file system; each volume holds an independent "tree" (or, for non-hierarchical file systems,... read more

Letter to the editor

A letter to the editor (sometimes LTTE or LTE) is a sent to a about issues of concern from its readers. Usually, letters are intended for publication. In many publications, letters to the editor may be sent either through or .Letters to the editor are most frequently associated with and . However, they are sometimes published in other s (such as entertainment and technical magazines), and and stations. In the latter instance, letters are sometimes read on the air (usually, on a news broadcast... read more

Letter-winged kite

The letter-winged kite (''Elanus scriptus'') is a small, rare and irruptive Australian raptor with a core range in central Australia. The adult is a small and graceful, predominantly pale grey and white, bird with black shoulders and red eyes. It is similar in appearance to the black-shouldered kite except for a very distinctive black underwing pattern of a shallow ‘M’ shape, seen when in flight. Roosting during the day in well-foliaged trees and hunting at night, it is the world's only fully... read more

The Letter (video game)

''The Letter'' is a first-person adventure mystery video game developed and published by Eli Brewer of TreeFall Studios. The player takes on the role of a young boy, Michael Kennedy, who receives a mysterious letter from his missing father and sets out on a quest to find him. The game was developed on a small budget across one to two months, and subsequently released on the Nintendo eShop on July 10, 2014. Critical reception was strongly negative upon its release, with some reviewers stating that... read more

Love Letter (1995 film)

''Love Letter'' is a 1995 Japanese film directed by Shunji Iwai and starring Shunji IwaiMiho Nakayama . The film was shot almost entirely on the island of Shunji IwaiMiho NakayamaHokkaidō , mainly in the city of Shunji IwaiMiho NakayamaHokkaidōOtaru .''Love Letter'' became a box-office hit in Japan and later in other east Asian countries, most notably Shunji IwaiMiho NakayamaHokkaidōOtaruSouth Korea , where it was one of the first Japanese films to be shown in cinemas since World War II.... read more


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