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Charles F. Van de WaterCharles F. Van de Water (October 12, 1872 November 20, 1920) was a Republican politician in California. He was born in Hobart, New York. He won a seat to the United States House of Representatives from California's 9th congressional district in the 1920 election by defeating the Prohibition party incumbent, Charles H. Randall.Van de Water died in a car crash before assuming office, and Republican Walter F. Lineberger later won a special election to his seat.------Water polo at the 2011 Pan American GamesWater polo at the 2011 Pan American Games was held from October 23 to October 29, 2011, at the Scotiabank Aquatics Center in Guadalajara, Mexico. Each men's and women's team consisted of 13 athletes. Therefore, a total of 208 athletes competed in water polo at these games. The winner of each tournament (the United States) qualified to compete at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Great Britain, while the second through fourth-place finishers in each tournament qualified for the last chance qualifying tournament.------Alapuzha Water TaxiThe first water taxi service in India began operations in Alapuzha from 15th October, 2020. The service was inaugurated by Sri. Pinarayi Vijayan, Chief Minister of Kerala in the presence of Sri. A.K. Saseendran, Transport Minister of Kerala, and various other dignitaries. The boat is named Thejus 1 and is the first boat under Nirva Series built by Navgathi.Earlier, multiples states had announced plans for water taxis - Goa (2019), Delhi (2019), Mumbai (2019), Assam (2018) and West Bengal (2017).However, at the time of inauguration of Alapuzha Water Taxi service in Kerala, none of the above planned service had commenced operations.------Ahlen Water TowerThe Ahlen water tower is an industrial monument and landmark in the Ahlen, Germany.The spherical water tank is 44 metres (144ft) high and has a capacity of 1,000 cubic metres (35,000cuft). From 1915 to 1917, the water tower served as the sole water supply for the Westphalia mine and the miners colony built in 1892 by Gelsenwasser AG.Today the distinctive blue water tower is monument and is a historical example of the early development of riveting at the beginning of the 20th century.------Upper Vaal Water Management AreaUpper Vaal WMA, or Upper Vaal Water Management Area (coded: 8), is a Water Management Area that includes the following major rivers: the Wilge River, Liebenbergsvlei River, Mooi River and Vaal River, and covers the following Dams:Boskop Dam Mooi RiverGrootdraai Dam Vaal RiverKlerkskraal Dam Mooi RiverKlipdrift Dam Loop SpruitPotchefstroom Dam Mooi RiverSaulspoort Dam LiebenbergvleiSterkfontein Dam Nuwejaar SpruitVaal Dam Vaal River------Andrew Robinson (water polo)Andrew Robinson (born January 6, 1988) is a male water polo player from Canada. He was a member of the Canada men's national water polo team, that claimed the bronze medal at the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.Playing as a holechecker Robinson played in his first international competition at the 2006 Junior Pan American Championship in Montreal. He studied business at the University of Calgary. His sister Christine plays for the national women's water polo team.------Vladimir Semyonov (water polo)Vladimir Viktorovich Semyonov (Russian: , May 10, 1938 November 21, 2016) was a Russian water polo player who competed for the Soviet Union in the 1960 Summer Olympics, in the 1964 Summer Olympics, and in the 1968 Summer Olympics. He was born in Moscow. In 1960 he was a member of the Soviet team which won the silver medal. He played five matches. Four years later he won the bronze medal with the Soviet team in the water polo competition at the 1964 Games. He played all six matches and scored four goals. At the 1968 Games he was part of the Soviet team which won again a silver medal in the Olympic water polo tournament. He played all eight matches and scored four goals.------Diversion of Water from the Meuse CaseDiversion of Water from the Meuse Case (Netherlands v. Belgium), P.C.I.J. (Ser. A/B) No. 70. was a judgment of the Permanent Court of International Justice on terms of treaties.An 1863 treaty between Belgium and the Netherlands regulated water use of the Meuse River to ensure sufficient flow for navigation and irrigation. As the economic use of the river valley developed, increased pressure was placed on the river. In 1937, the Netherlands brought proceedings, alleging that Belgiums use of the river had expanded beyond the terms of the treaty. Belgium filed counterclaims against expansion projects by the Netherlands.The Court concluded that the Treaty did not prevent either State from developing the river resources as they had been doing.------Greek Water Polo CupThe Greek Water Polo cup is the second most important competition of Greek men's waterpolo and is organised by KOE (Hellenic Swimming Federation). It was first held in 1953. Initially started as a competition in memory of Pantelis Psychas, Greek athlete of the swimming. The competition was interrupted from 1959 to 1983. Moreover, it wasn't held in 1993-94 season. From 1998-99 season the Final Four system was instituted. Olympiacos Piraeus have won the most titles (21), followed by Ethnikos Piraeus (12)..------NCAA Men's Water Polo ChampionshipThe 1985 NCAA Men's Water Polo Championship was the 17th annual NCAA Men's Water Polo Championship to determine the national champion of NCAA men's collegiate water polo. Tournament matches were played at the Belmont Plaza Pool in Long Beach, California during December 1985.Stanford defeated UC Irvine in the final, 1211 (in two overtimes), to win their fifth national title. This was a rematch of the 1982 championship match, won by UC Irvine. Coached by Dante Dettamanti, the Cardinal finished the season 254.Jeff Campbell (UC Irvine) and David Imbernino (Stanford) were named the Most Outstanding Players of the tournament. An All-Tournament Team, consisting of eight players, was also named.The tournament's leading scorer was J.R. Salvatore from UC Irvine (10 goals).------History (men's team) of waterSpartak Volgograd was founded in 1994. However, the water polo department was established two years later. Spartak was succeeding right after its foundation, winning the title of the Russian Championship in 1997 and finishing in second place in 1998. Furthermore, the club became fourth at the LEN Champions League during that period. Since 2010, Spartak is one of the dominant forces in Russian water polo, as it has won seven consecutive national championship titles. Spartak was also successful internationally, winning the 201314 LEN Euro Cup, a European second-tier club competition------Linkpings SF of waterLinkpings SF Water Polo Team, also known as LSF, is a water polo club based in Linkping, stergtland, Sweden. LSF was formed on 19 November 2009 after a split from the swimming club, LASS. LSF's colours are white, blue and orange. The club is currently playing in, Elitserien (vattenpolo), which is the highest water polo league in Sweden. 14 May 2016, LSF became for the first time, in the history of the club, the Swedish Champion in Elitserien (vattenpolo), after beating Polisen with 8-3 in the final game. Season (2014/2015), LSF finished at a second place after losing the final, towards Jrflla, by 10-13..------Greek Water Polo Super CupThe Greek Water Polo Super Cup is a Water Polo club competition that takes place in Greece since 1996. It is an annual match contested between the Water Polo Champion of Greek Volleyleague and the Cups Winner. The matches take place in different cities every year. The competition held for three consecutive years, between 1996-98. The next years the competition stopped and it restarted in 2018. Olympiacos has the most cups and follows Vouliagmeni.------Gavin Woods (water polo)Gavin Woods (born 1 March 1978 in Sydney) is an Australian water polo player. He was a member of Australia's Olympic squad at the 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics. He began his career playing centre-back but switched to centre-forward for the 2004 Olympics.His father David is a three-time Olympian (1964, 1968 and 1972) and former coach of the Australian women's team (19911994), while his sister Taryn and his cousin Bronwyn Mayer were in the women's national team at the Sydney Olympics.In 2019, he was inducted into the Water Polo Australia Hall of Fame.------Ron Turner (water polo)Ronald Frederick "Ron" Turner (11 June 1929 12 October 2007) was a renowned British water polo player and Olympian.He was born in Notting Hill, London, England and died in Acton, London, England.Ron Turner played for The Penguins (the water polo club based in London, England) and represented Great Britain in the 1948 Summer Olympics as a reserve, in London, the 1952 Summer Olympics, in Helsinki, Finland, and the 1956 Summer Olympics, in Melbourne, Australia. At the Melbourne Games, he was chosen as part of the 'best of the rest of the World' team that played against the Olympic Champions, Hungary.Subsequently, Ron Turner was involved in the organisation of competitive British water polo. He remained an active swimmer and trained regularly in the Masters section of the West London Penguin Swimming and Water Polo Club, a descendant of The Penguins, until his death.Ron Turner was killed in a road traffic accident in Acton, West London, while cycling. He was 80 years old. His funeral took place on 24 October 2007 at Mortlake Crematorium and was attended by more than 100 people.------History of waterThe National Watercolor Society was established by Dana Bartlett in 1920, who was its first president, as the California Water Color Society. In 1967, the members of the society decided to rename the society as the California National Watercolor Society. In 1975, the society was renamed as the National Watercolor Society.The National Watercolor Society held its first exhibition in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The society used the museum to hold annual exhibitions for 25 years.In 1999, the foundation of the new building for the National Watercolor Society was laid. The building was financed with the support of the members of the society. The opening ceremony of the building was held in 2010.------Technical features of waterCatamaran hull form ensures low resistance and better stability during operationsBuilt under IR class. The highest standard for inland water operationElectric steering for high performance and response. Easy to install and maintain as opposed to hydraulic steeringSolar panels for auxiliary loads reduce the OPEX for the client.High efficient, best in class, diesel OBM for propulsion.CIPS batteries for auxiliary energy storage produced by solar power. Shore charging facility available when the sun is not available.------Mosedale Beck (Wast Water)Mosedale Beck is a stream in Cumbria which runs into Wast Water, which is the deepest lake in England.Mosedale Beck rises in Little Scoat Fell, it then flows south west until it reaches Ritson's Force waterfall. It then turns to the south and flows through the hamlet of Wasdale Head. It then flows through Down-in-the-Dale before it empties into Wast Water near the parallel Lingmell Beck.The Mosedale Horseshoe is a celebrated mountain walk around Mosedale: starting at Wasdale Head it includes Yewbarrow, Red Pike, Scoat Fell, and Pillar.------Water Polo Olympic Test EventThe Visa Water Polo International was the test event for the Water Polo Arena for the 2012 Summer Olympics. It took place from 36 May 2012.Four women's international water polo teams were invited to participate: Great Britain, Australia, the United States, and Hungary. There were two rounds. In the preliminary round, each of the teams will play each other once. All teams will then progress to the final round, where the first- and second-placed teams from the preliminary round play off for the gold medal, and the third- and fourth-placed teams for the bronze medal.