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Cielo Wind Power is an American wind power developer located in Austin, Texas. This company built it first utility-size wind project in 1998. To date, Cielo Wind Power has developed 1,149 megawatts of wind-generated electricity.
Cielo Wind Power has capitalized $1.4 billion and has installed 1,068 wind turbines on over 90,000 acres (360 km2) with its first ten projects from 1998 to 2008. Cielo Wind Power has developed and installed 1,149 MW of wind-generated electricity throughout the Southwest. Two out of every three wind turbines installed in Texas from 1994 through 2004 were developed by Cielo.
Groups honoring Cielo Wind Power’s environmental achievements are Ecology Action, Public Citizen Texas, City of Austin Environmental Board, and the Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association.
Associations and memberships[edit]
Cielo Wind Power is a member of or associated with the Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association, the American Wind Energy Association, the Electricity Reliability Council of Texas, Gulf Coast Power, the Texas Sheep and Goat Raisers Association, the Southwestern Cattleman’s Assoc

J. R. R. Tolkien’s Riders of Rohan

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J. R. R. Tolkien’s Riders of Rohan

European cover art

Developer(s)
Beam Software
Papyrus Design Group

Publisher(s)

EU: Personal Software Services

NA: Konami, Mirrorsoft

Series
Middle-earth

Platform(s)
DOS

Release date(s)
1991

Genre(s)
Strategy

Mode(s)
Single-player

J. R. R. Tolkien’s Riders of Rohan is a computer video game from 1991 based upon the fictional War of the Ring set in the Middle-earth world created by J. R. R. Tolkien, centered in the Lord of the Rings novels. The massive-scale simulation takes part in the realm of Rohan and the player controls the forces of Good during the onslaught of the forces of Evil, namely centered on the conflict with Saruman of Isengard. It was published by Konami and Mirrorsoft.

Contents

1 Gameplay

1.1 Units

2 Characters
3 Reception
4 See also
5 References
6 External links

Gameplay[edit]
In terms of gameplay, it is very similar to the 1988 War in Middle Earth, except the setting was downsized from the entire world just to the land of the Rohirrim, engulfing mostly the storyline from The Two Towers, and to a small extent ending in The Return of the King. In a combination of a single-unit adventure, small-scale battlefield tactics and broadscale campaign warfare, the player must coordinate the Fellowship and Rohan’s troops in order to fend of the invasion of Saruman’s Orcs and save the Rohirrim lands, as well as mounting enough forces to push the war on the fronts in the east in order to contribute to Sauron’s defeat.
At the beginning, the player can in the starting menu choose to start a new game, load an old one, quit, access encyclopedias dealing with featured units and characters, or practice. The practice folds down to tutorials in single-fighter combat: – Archery: the player takes control of Legolas attempting to shoot down (18) Orcs from a wall, while crouching from their spears – Dual: the player chooses between four Heroes: Aragorn, Legolas, Gimli and Eomer, to fight either an Orc or a Dunlending in melee combat – Magic Duel: the player takes control over Gandalf fighting a Nazgul flying mounted on a Felbeast
The game begins just before the Battles at the Fords of Isen, with the player taking control over Rohan’s wes

Humayun Kabir Dhali

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Dhali, Humayun Kabir

Born
(1964-10-30) October 30, 1964 (age 52)[citation needed]
Chandpur

Nationality
Bangladesh

Occupation
writer, journalist

Spouse(s)
Bubly

Children
Anika, Atashi & Annoy

Humayun Kabir Dhali (Bengali: হুমায়ুন কবীর ঢালী; born 30 October 1964) is a writer and journalist in Bangladesh. He has written 50 books. These books are fiction, non-fiction story and novel books.
His first book, Mon Shudu mon Chuyesay, a love story, was published in 1991. Dusta Cheler Galpo is also a well-known Kishor novel. He has written more Tomar chokher jall, Dusta Cheler Galpo, Tiye Pakhir Janmadinay, Kaker Cha kongkaboti, Katush Kutush, Lejkata Bugh o Rajkonna, Neel Graher Rohossho, Ek Jay chilo Hunggor, Bilay Nengti, Kalo Murti Rohossho, Vuter Chow, Bilai Maw Kata Khow, Desh Bdesh er Rupkatha, Ek Dozon Rupkatha etc.
Have some books edit by him: Begum Rokeya Rachana Samogra, Nirbachito Vuter Galpo, Maakey Niye Eksho Chara, Pakhir Galpo Pakhir Chara, Sera Kishor Rupkatha, Sresto Vuter Galpo etc. His children book Tiye Pakhir Janmadinay’s English version On the Birthday of a Parrot has been included in the curriculum of Keben primary school, Turkey. His another children book A Cowboy and a Magic Mango Tree has been included in the curriculum of 9th State primary school of Yannitsa, Municipality of Pella, Greece. His science fiction Neel Graher Rohossho has published by Nirmal Book Agency, Kolkata, India.
Book List[edit]

একাত্তরের মিলিটারি ভূত [Ekatturer Military Voot]
নীল গ্রহের রহস্য [Neel Groher Rohosya]
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