２０１０年に人気アニメ「ＯＮＥ ＰＩＥＣＥ」の主題歌を歌っていた元ロックバンド「Ｔｈｅ ＲＯＯＴＬＥＳＳ」のボーカル・野畑慎容疑者（３４）が１４日、ギター２本を盗んだ疑いで警視庁に逮捕された。１６日、日本テレビ系「ストレイトニュース」（前・１１時３０分）が報じた。
野畑容疑者は、１０年に「ＯＮＥ ＰＩＥＣＥ」の主題歌に起用された「Ｏｎｅ ｄａｙ」でメジャーデビューするも、その後事務所を解雇されている。
Marina Lambrini Diamandis (Greek: Μαρίνα Λαμπρινή Διαμαντή; born 10 October 1985), known professionally as Marina and the Diamonds, is a Welsh singer-songwriter.
Born in Brynmawr and raised in nearby Pandy, she moved to London as a teenager to become a professional singer, despite having little formal musical experience. In 2009, Diamandis came to prominence upon placing second in the BBC's Sound of 2010. Her debut studio album, The Family Jewels (2010), incorporates indie pop and new wavemusical styles. It entered the UK Albums Chart at number five and was certified gold by the British Phonographic Industry. The album's second song, "Hollywood", peaked at number 12 on the UK Singles Chart.
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Apple says that the root user can be a significant risk factor to the system's security, especially on systems with a single user account on which that user is also the administrator. System Integrity Protection is enabled by default, but can be disabled. It was added in OS X El Capitan.
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X originated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1984. The protocol has been version 11 (hence "X11") since September 1987. The X.Org Foundation leads the X project, with the current reference implementation, X.Org Server, available as free and open source software under the MIT License and similar permissive licenses.
Diamandis was born in Brynmawr, Blaenau Gwent, and grew up in the nearby village of Pandy, Monmouthshire. She has one older sister. Her Welsh mother and Greek father met at university in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and divorced when Diamandis was four.Following the divorce, her father returned to Greece but would visit on occasion, while Diamandis lived in a bungalow with her mother, sharing a bedroom with her sister; she described her childhood as "simple and idyllic", as well as "peaceful, very normal, poor".[
In her childhood, Diamandis attended Haberdashers' Monmouth School for Girls, reflecting that "I sort of found my talent there... I was the one who always skived off choir, but I had an incredible music teacher who managed to convince me I could do anything". However, she felt that she "stuck out" by being from a lower-income family than the other girls at the school.At the age of 16, she moved to Greece with her father "to connect with my heritage and learn to speak the language", and sang Greek folk songs with her grandmother. Having earned an International Baccalaureate at St. Catherine's British Embassy School in Athens, she returned to Wales two years later. She and her mother then moved to Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire.Obsessed with becoming a singer, "almost as if it was a disease", she worked at a petrol station for two months in order to earn money to move to London.
Haberdashers' Monmouth School for Girls is an independent school in Monmouth, Wales. The school was established by the Worshipful Company of Haberdashers in 1892, and continues to enjoy their support.
The Worshipful Company of Haberdashers, one of the Great Twelve City Livery Companies, is an ancient merchant guild of London, England associated with the silk and velvet trades.
The Haberdashers' Company follows the Mercers' Company (inc. 1394, also connected with clothing and previously haberdashery) in precedence, receiving its first Royal Charterin 1448 and holds records dating back to 1371. The formal name under which it is incorporated is The Master and Four Wardens of the Fraternity of the Art or Mystery of Haberdashers in the City of London.
The company was originally responsible for the regulation of silk and velvet merchants, but began losing control over those trades as the population of London increased and spread outwards from the City after the Industrial Revolution. Through careful stewardship of corporate bequests and funds, the company now serves as a significant educational and charitable institution whilst maintaining links with its heritage by giving awards for fashion education.
As an educational foundation, the Haberdashers' Company maintains a strong tradition of supporting schools. It founded a boys' school in Hoxton and then expanded to schools in Hatcham in south London and Hampstead in north London; the Hampstead school moved in 1961 to become the Haberdashers' Aske's School, Elstree and the separate girls' school, founded in Acton, has now relocated to an adjacent site in Elstree. The Haberdashers' Company also runs a Hatcham Academy, open to girls and boys; other schools are situated elsewhere in the United Kingdom: e.g. William Adams, a haberdasher by trade, founded in 1656 the Adams' Grammar School in his home town of Newport, Shropshire. In 1990, at Haberdashers' School, Monmouth, the Glover Music School was established funded by Dr Jane Glover CBE, sister of the present Master.
In keeping with its Christian tradition, the Haberdashers' Company continues to present copies of the King James Bible to starters at all its schools. The company owns and takes an interest in the patronage of its eight parish church advowsons.
The company is sole trustee of two major educational charities: Haberdashers' Aske's Charity and the William Jones's Schools Foundation.
The company ranks eighth in the order of precedence of City livery companies and, as such, it is recognised as one of the Great Twelve City Livery Companies. Like other livery companies, it supports the work of the Lord Mayor, the City of London Corporation and the Sheriffs of London. HRH The Earl of Wessex currently serves on the Haberdashers' Court of Assistants.
Haberdashers' Hall was situated near the Guildhall in Bassishaw Ward for many centuries, but from 2002 the company took additional premises in the City Ward of Farringdon Without where it is now based.
The Haberdashers' motto is "Serve and Obey".