Spig AM-384 - History

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Spig
(AM-384: dp. 890; 1. 221'2", b. 32'2; dr. 10'9; s.
18.1 k. (tl.); cpl. 117; a. 1 3, 2 40mm.; cl. Auk)

Sprig (AM-384) was laid down on 15 February 1944 by the American Shipbuilding Co. at Lorain, Ohio; launched on 15 September 1944, sponsored by Miss Carol Pitrie; and commissioned on 4 April 1945, Lt. Thomas W. Cross in command.

On 15 April, the minesweeper started down the St. Lawrence waterway from Cleveland, Ohio. After stops at Montreal, Quebec, and Halifax, she arrived at Boston on 5 May. There she executed her first minesweeping trials and had her sound gear and depth charge equipment removed. She put to sea on 16 July and reached Hampton Roads, Va., the next day. Sprig conducted shakedown training at Little Creek until 6 September when she got underway for the Pacific. She was in the Canal Zone from 12 to 14 September, then headed via Acapulco, Mexico, to San Pedro, Calif. arriving there on the 24th.

After almost two weeks on the west coast, Sprig continued west on 6 October and made Pearl Harbor on the 20th. On the 31st, she sailed from Pearl Harbor bound for the western Pacific. She stopped briefly at Eniwetok and Saipan and made Wakayama, Japan, on 28 November. For the next five months, Sprig participated in the major minesweeping operation conducted in the immediate postwar period. In December 1945, she swept mines in the Tsushima Strait. She conducted minesweeping practice and sweeping operations at Tachibana Wan, Kyushu, in January 1946. Sptis moved to Shanghai, China, in February and returned to Sasebo, Japan, on 2 March. Later that month, the minesweeper began duty as courier ship, carrying mail and supplies to United States ships on station in the waters between Japan and Korea. In April, she herself took up one such station, relieving Champion (AM-314), then Murrelet (AM-372) later in the month. Her commanding officer served as CTU 96.6.3 until 26 April, supervising minesweeping operations at Saishu To, off the southern coast of Korea.

On the 26th, she headed back to Sasebo and, on 1 May, got underway to return to the United States. She stopped at Pearl Harbor from 17 to 25 May and made San Pedro, Calif., on the 31st. On 7 June, she sailed south toward the Panama Canal as OTC of a unit composed of PCE - 4S, YMS-480, and YMS-442. She transited the canal and departed Coco Solo, C.Z., on 20 June. On the 27th, she entered Charleston, S.C., and reported for duty to the Commander, Mine Force Atlantic Fleet (COMINLANT). For the next eight years, Sprig served COMINLANT, sailior the length of the Atlantic seaboard and into the Caribbean at times. During this period, she was home ported at Charleston, S.C. In June 1954, Sprig was decommissioned and placed in reserve at Orange, Tex. On 7 February 1955, Sprig was reclassified a fleet minesweeper, MSF-384. After 18 years with the Atlantic Reserve Fleet, Spig's name was struck from the Navy list on 1 July 1972. Her hulk was sold on 20 December 1973 to Southern Scrap Material Co., Ltd., of New Orleans, La., for scrapping.

Sprig received one battle star for World War II service.


He was the familiar of Bony Lizzie and she made Alice in her first lesson sniff three pots to tell which one contained the poison and in the pot Alice chose was a small gremlin-like creature, which was Old Spig. Spig one night jumps in the stew and Alice insults him by calling him “you dirty little thing”.

Then Spig is sawn by Alice to jump out of Nannas head. She realises that had guzzled Nanna’s brains and has been using her body as a human vessel for a long while. Spig jumps in the stew again and once again Alice’s insults him, this time Spig says he will consume her brains and use her as a vessel.

Alice gets a sharp knife and attempts to kill Spig but fails after he escapes into Nanna’s head. Alice steals from salt from a farmer’s field and goes back to defeat Spig. She fills Nanna’s currently empty head with salt. Spig appears and tries to kill Alice but she hurls salt at him which burns corrosively.

He attempts to escape into Nanna’s head and once inside, Alice stitches the scalp back on where Spig dies, burning in salt.


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History

1994-95 Terry Dalton, McDaniel College
1995-96 Terry Dalton, McDaniel College
1996-97 James Stewart, Nicholls State University
1997-98 Dianne Lynch, St. Michaels College
1998-99 Donna Bertazzoni, Hood College
1999-2000 Cathy Johnson, Angelo State University
2000-01 James Sernoe, Midwestern State University
2001-02 Brian Steffen, Simpson College
2002-03 James Sernoe, Midwestern State University
2003-04 Kim Voss, University of Central Florida
2004-05 James Simon, Fairfield University
2005-06 Jack Zibluk, Southeast Missouri State University
2006-07 Margo Wilson, California University of Pennsylvania
2007-08 Ron Hollander, Montclair State University
2008-09 John Jenks, Dominican University
2009-10 Vivian Martin, Central Connecticut State University
2010-11 Ginger Carter Miller, Georgia College
2011-12 Susan Lewis, Abilene Christian University
2012-13 Kay Colley, Texas Wesleyan University
2013-14 Michael Ray Smith, Campbell University
2014-15 Wally Metts, Spring Arbor University
2015-16 Pam Parry, Eastern Kentucky University
2016-17 Doug Mendenhall, Abilene Christian University
2017-18 Sonya DiPalma, University of North Carolina—Asheville
2018-19 Carrie Sipes, Shippensburg University
2019-20 Elizabeth Atwood, Hood College
2020-21 Kalen Churcher, Wilkes University


Indifference Quotes

&ldquoBut when they made love he was offended by her eyes. They behaved as though they belonged to someone else. Someone watching. Looking out of the window at the sea. At a boat in the river. Or a passerby in the mist in a hat.

He was exasperated because he didn't know what that look meant. He put it somewhere between indifference and despair. He didn’t know that in some places, like the country that Rahel came from, various kinds of despair competed for primacy. And that personal despair could never be desperate enough. That something happened when personal turmoil dropped by at the wayside shrine of the vast, violent, circling, driving, ridiculous, insane, unfeasible, public turmoil of a nation. That Big God howled like a hot wind, and demanded obeisance. Then Small God (cozy and contained, private and limited) came away cauterized, laughing numbly at his own temerity. Inured by the confirmation of his own inconsequence, he became resilient and truly indifferent. Nothing mattered much. Nothing much mattered. And the less it mattered, the less it mattered. It was never important enough. Because Worse Things had happened. In the country that she came from, poised forever between the terror of war and the horror of peace, Worse Things kept happening.

So Small God laughed a hollow laugh, and skipped away cheerfully. Like a rich boy in shorts. He whistled, kicked stones. The source of his brittle elation was the relative smallness of his misfortune. He climbed into people’s eyes and became an exasperating expression.&rdquo
― Arundhati Roy, The God of Small Things

&ldquoLet's say that the consensus is that our species, being the higher primates, Homo Sapiens, has been on the planet for at least 100,000 years, maybe more. Francis Collins says maybe 100,000. Richard Dawkins thinks maybe a quarter-of-a-million. I'll take 100,000. In order to be a Christian, you have to believe that for 98,000 years, our species suffered and died, most of its children dying in childbirth, most other people having a life expectancy of about 25 years, dying of their teeth. Famine, struggle, bitterness, war, suffering, misery, all of that for 98,000 years.

Heaven watches this with complete indifference. And then 2000 years ago, thinks 'That's enough of that. It's time to intervene,' and the best way to do this would be by condemning someone to a human sacrifice somewhere in the less literate parts of the Middle East. Don't lets appeal to the Chinese, for example, where people can read and study evidence and have a civilization. Let's go to the desert and have another revelation there. This is nonsense. It can't be believed by a thinking person.

Why am I glad this is the case? To get to the point of the wrongness of Christianity, because I think the teachings of Christianity are immoral. The central one is the most immoral of all, and that is the one of vicarious redemption. You can throw your sins onto somebody else, vulgarly known as scapegoating. In fact, originating as scapegoating in the same area, the same desert. I can pay your debt if I love you. I can serve your term in prison if I love you very much. I can volunteer to do that. I can't take your sins away, because I can't abolish your responsibility, and I shouldn't offer to do so. Your responsibility has to stay with you. There's no vicarious redemption. There very probably, in fact, is no redemption at all. It's just a part of wish-thinking, and I don't think wish-thinking is good for people either.

It even manages to pollute the central question, the word I just employed, the most important word of all: the word love, by making love compulsory, by saying you MUST love. You must love your neighbour as yourself, something you can't actually do. You'll always fall short, so you can always be found guilty. By saying you must love someone who you also must fear. That's to say a supreme being, an eternal father, someone of whom you must be afraid, but you must love him, too. If you fail in this duty, you're again a wretched sinner. This is not mentally or morally or intellectually healthy.

And that brings me to the final objection - I'll condense it, Dr. Orlafsky - which is, this is a totalitarian system. If there was a God who could do these things and demand these things of us, and he was eternal and unchanging, we'd be living under a dictatorship from which there is no appeal, and one that can never change and one that knows our thoughts and can convict us of thought crime, and condemn us to eternal punishment for actions that we are condemned in advance to be taking. All this in the round, and I could say more, it's an excellent thing that we have absolutely no reason to believe any of it to be true.&rdquo
― Christopher Hitchens


Spig AM-384 - History

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            Spigelia Marilandica

            Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Spigelia Marilandica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.

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            Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Spigelia Marilandica

            Cere-b > relationships
            Compare: Cactus Spigel Kalmia Cereus serpentinus (Very irritable with tendency to swear wild anger and low morals. Disturbance in speech in writing leaves off the last syllable. Paralyzed feeling. Pains in heart, and dwindling of sexual organs. Emissions, followed by pain in testicles).

            Dig > relationships
            Compare: Nerium Odorum (resembles in heart effects Digitalis Purpurea, but also has an action like Strychnia on spinal cord. Spasms appear more in upper part of body. Palpitation weak heart will be strengthened by it. Lock-jaw). Adonia Crataegus (a true heart tonic) Kalmia Spigel Liatris

            Spig > relationships
            Compare: Spigelia Marylandica (maniacal excitement, paroxysmal laughing and crying, loud, disconnected talking, vertigo, dilated pupils, congestions) Acon. Cact. Cimicif. Arnica (Spigelia Anthelmia is a chronic Arnica) Cannab ( Supraorbital pain) Naja Spong ( Heart) Sabad. Teucr. Cina (worm symptoms).

            Spig > general
            Spigelia anthelmia is a common weed in South America. S. Marylandica, "Pink-root" or "Worm-grass," is a native of the Southern States of North America. Spigel. anth. is an acro-narcotic. It was known in Europe in Hahnemann's time as an anthelmintic, this property of the drug having been learned from the negroes of the Antilles. Hahnemann's proving (M. M. P.) revealed many other virtues. He says of the plant that it has this peculiarity the primary action of a single unrepeated dose usually increases somewhat daily during the first seven to ten days, so that pure experiments with it should be conducted with caution seeing that 60, 80, to 100 drops of the tincture produce violent effects even in robust persons. Violence is a note of the Spigelia action. The pains are intense, and it produces pains in all parts. It is a neuralgia remedy par excellence. I was once written to by a patient in the country, and the only definite points that I could make out of the case were that there was neuralgia and that it affected the left side. I ordered Spi., and it speedily cured. Spi. is more left-sided than right, but by no means exclusively left, sided. The pains are burning, jerking, tearing, pressing and stitching.

            Arg-n > relationships
            It has been given with success after Bryon., and Spigel., in dyspepsia after Spongia, was given for a goiter, and myopia followed after Veratr., and wind passing upwards in great inducing faintness.

            Colch > relationships
            Antidotes to Colchic. For the affection of the heart, feels as if dying Spigel. Copious draughts of rice water, prevent its action on the bowels. In poisonings give Amm. caust., a few drops in sugar water.

            Kalm > relationships
            Kalmia follows Spigel., well in heart diseases.

            Lycps > relationships
            Compare Digit. (latter has slow and strong pulse or, more characteristically, pulse weak and quickened by least movement faint, nauseated feeling at pit of stomach) Cactus Spigel. (intermittent pulse) Kalmia (slow pulse rheumatoid pains) Magnol. grand., Hamam., (testicular pains).

            Nux-m > relationships
            Similar to Stramon., Opium (mind) Pulsat. (internal organs) Nux vom., Ant. tart. (sensations) Opium, Arsen., Spigel. (fever) Lycop. (skin) Silic (modalities) Nux vom., Rhus tox. (motions) Coccul., Ignat., Nux vom., Sepia (sides of body).

            Spig > relationships
            Spigel. follows Acon. (endocarditis), and is followed well by Arsen., Digit., Kali carb. (heart symptoms), Act. rac., Zincum.

            Ars-m > relationships
            Compare Iod., Merc., Nat. c. in syphilis Nux v. (drowsy after sound sleep) Rhus (pain in back, hips, &c.) Sul. (pulse) Ars. alb. Useful in pterygium after failure of Nux v. and Spigel.

            Aur > relationships
            Compare Luet. (syphilis) Am. c., Arg. met., Arg. n., Ars. Asaf. (pains about eyes but Asaf. has amel. from pressure mercurial caries) Bell. Caps. (caries of mastoid, corpulency) Calc. c. (night terrors leucophlegmatic Aur. has more over-sensitiveness and erethism) Calc. ph. Coccul. (empty feeling) Chi. and Coff. (hyper-excitation) Cup. (asthma) Dig., Fer. Glon. (Hyperaemia of lung from heart) Hep., Iod. Kali bich. (deep ulcers, scrofulous ophthalmia, ozaena, syphilis) K. ca. K. iod. (syphilis) K. bro. (anguish at heart and desire to move about) Lach., Lyc., Merc., Nit ac. Nux v., (hernia prolapsed uterus) Pallad., Platin., Puls., Spigel., Sol. nig., Sil., Sep., Sul. Tarent. (heart as if turned round) Thuj., Ver. v.

            Aur > relationships
            Antidote to Merc., Spigel., Chronic effects of alcohol, Kali iod. Causation.

            Kalm > relationships
            Kalm. muscles and lids are stiff Gels., heavy) Bell. (throbbing head, erysipelas, symptoms travel down) Benz. ac. (gout) Calc. (cardiac hypertrophy) Diosc. (gastralgia) K. bi. (catarrhs, shifting rheumatism) Lith. c. (heart) Lyc. (rheumatic gout urinary symptoms) Spigel. (rheumatism, neuralgia, eyes, heart, tobacco antidote agg. and amel. with sun but Spigel. more left side, and often affects whole head, pains stitching, run back, agg. by least jar or noise) Cact. (heart, pains shooting down) Alo. (cracking in head) Sang. (headache agg. and amel. with sun). Led., Rhod., and Uva ursi are close allies. Causation.

            Naja > relationships
            Compare Depression and suicidal tendency, Aur. Ulcer on fraenum linguae, Nat. c., Agar. Headache from before backwards, Anac., Bry., Nux (from behind forwards, Gels., Lac can., Sang., Sil., Spi.). Diphtheria, Ar. t. Heart, Ars., Cact., Iberis, Lach., Spigel., Dig. Collapse, Carb. v., Camph., Tab. Mouth wide open, tongue cold, Camph. Loss of speech, Dulc., Gels., Caust., Hyo., Lauro. Dark red colour of fauces, Ail., Bapt., Phyt. Causation.

            Kali-c > nose
            Post-nasal dropping ( Spigel.) Sore, scurfy nostrils bloody nasal mucus

            Spig > eyes
            "A dose of Spigel. always produced squint in us when children" (American lady's testimony.)

            Spig > appendix
            (Nos. 1 to 21, from Hahnemann, Mat. Med., 5). 1, Hahnemann 2, Becher 3, Franz 4, Gross 5, Gutmann 6, Hartmann 7, Hermann 8, Hornburg 9, Kummer 10, Langhammer 11, Meyer 12, Stapf 13, Walther 14, Wislicenus 15, Bergius, Mat. Med., p. 97 (observation) 16, Patrick Browne, Gentleman's Mag., 1751, p. 544, and Natural History of Jamaica, p. 156 (statements) 17, Chalmers, on the Weather and Diseases of South Carolina, Lond., 1776, 1, p. 67 (observations) 18, Linning, see Spigelia Marilandica 19, Martin, in Konigl. Vetensk. ak. Handlingar, f. a., 1771, (not accessible, -Hughes) 20, W. Wright, in Samml. br. Abh. f. pr. Aerzte XIV, III (Lond. Med. and Phys. Journ. VIII, 217, observations, -Hughes) 21, Sdin., from Helbig Heraklides, 1, 59 21a, Hg., ibid. 22, Sharp, Essays, effect of one drop of 1st cent. dil. 23, ibid., same dose 24, ibid., a third dose.


            Alberto Galantini

            Alberto Galantini was named managing director of B&W SPIG in February 2018.

            Prior to joining B&W, Galantini had served as President and Chief Executive Officer of GE Grid Solutions in Milan, Italy, since 2016. Before that, he was President and Chief Executive Officer of GE Grid Solutions Noventa di Piave, and served as Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of its predecessor, Alstom Grid Italy, since 2010.

            From 2008 to 2010, Galantini served as Sales and Marketing Director for SIPA-Zoppas Industries. Before that, he held positions of increasing responsibility with SIPA, ABB Power Group, Danieli & C Buttrio, and Radici Group.

            He holds an Executive Certificate in International Business Strategy from the University of Iowa - CIMBA Italy.

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            Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. engages in the provision of fossil and renewable power generation and environmental equipment. It operates through the following segments: Babcock & Wilcox, Vølund & Other Renewable and SPIG. The Babcock & Wilcox segment focuses on the supply and aftermarket services for steam-generating, environmental, and auxiliary equipment for power generation and other industrial applications. The Vølund & Other Renewable segment offers steam-generating systems, environmental, and auxiliary equipment for the waste-to-energy and biomass power generation industries, and plant operations and maintenance services for full complement of systems and equipment. The SPIG segment comprises custom-engineered cooling, environmental, noise abatement, and industrial equipment along with related aftermarket services. The company was founded by George H. Babcock, Stephen Wilcox, Jr., and Joseph P. Manton in 1856 and is headquartered in Barberton, OH.

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            There are 34 census records available for the last name Spig. Like a window into their day-to-day life, Spig census records can tell you where and how your ancestors worked, their level of education, veteran status, and more.

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            There are 34 census records available for the last name Spig. Like a window into their day-to-day life, Spig census records can tell you where and how your ancestors worked, their level of education, veteran status, and more.

            There are 13 immigration records available for the last name Spig. Passenger lists are your ticket to knowing when your ancestors arrived in the UK, and how they made the journey - from the ship name to ports of arrival and departure.

            There are 1 military records available for the last name Spig. For the veterans among your Spig ancestors, military collections provide insights into where and when they served, and even physical descriptions.



Comments:

  1. Camren

    This is a precious thing

  2. Gary

    Work smartly, not until the night

  3. Emilio

    nope, cool,



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