The 2005 Magog municipal election was held on November 6, 2005, to elect a mayor and councillors in the city of Magog, Quebec. Marc Poulin was re-elected to a third term as mayor without opposition. Sources: Patrick Lavery, “Magog mayor gets four more years: Four acclaimed to council, 16 vie for remaining seats,” Sherbrooke Record, 18 October 2005, p. 3; “Meet your new municipal councils,” Sherbrooke Record, 8 November 2005, p. 7. Diaphania superalis is a moth in the Crambidae family.
The length of the forewings is 18-21 mm for males and 20-22 mm for females. Adults are similar to Diaphania hyalinata, but the brown bands are less broad compared to the size of the wing. María Antonia Socas Ortiz Lanús (Buenos Aires, August 12, 1959) is an Argentine actress. Although active in various media in her native country, particularly telenovelas and stage, she is foremost known to international viewers for a number of mid-1980s sword and sorcery films produced by Roger Corman and Héctor Olivera, most notably as one of the title characters in John C.
Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki (Born 1929) is a British occult author, psychic, and esoteric practitioner. An associate of Walter Ernest Butler, she succeeded him as Director of Studies of the Servants of the Light. Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki was born on 11 June 1929. She spent World War II on the Wirral Peninsula in the northwest of England. She studied acting in London and also took opera training at Trinity College of Music. She also enjoyed the sport of fencing when young.
During the 1960s, she and her husband Michael Nowicki entered the Fraternity of the Inner Light, an esoteric order founded by occultist Dion Fortune. In 1965 she became associated with Walter Ernest Butler, and with Gareth Knight and the Helios Course in Practical Qabalah which, in 1971, became the foundation of Servants of the Light School. In 1976, when Butler retired, Ashcroft-Nowicki became Director of Studies of the SOL, a position she holds to this day.
Ashcroft-Nowicki lives in the Channel Island of Jersey, off the coast of France. To date Ashcroft-Nowicki has written 17 books and designed two tarot decks, the SOL Tarot Deck with Jo Gill and Anthony Clark, and the Shakespearean Tarot with Paul Hardy. Lamoria adaptella, the plain lamoria, is a species of snout moth in the genus Lamoria. It was described by Francis Walker in 1863, and is known from South Africa, the Gambia, Kenya, Mozambique, India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Singapore, as well as Japan and Taiwan.