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  • Memphis is a city in the state of Tennessee on the planet Earth's North American continent. Will Riker had a holodeck program set in a Memphis bar called Stumpy's. (TNG novelization: Unification)
  • Memphis is a city located in the southwestern corner of the US state of Tennessee. The city was founded on May 22, 1819 by a group of wealthy Americans, including future president Andrew Jackson. It was named after the ancient capital of Egypt situated on the River Nile.
  • Memphis In Egyptian Memphis is called Mennufer. The city of Pharaoh Menes. This ancient city was Egypt's first capital over a united country. Founded around 3100 BC. It remained an important political and religious center all the way into the days of the Roman Empire. (Modern day Cario surrounds Memphis). Like Thebes this city had more then just one name, over time it had many new names, Ineb-Hed was one of its earlier names, meaning "The White Wall". During the Middle Kingdom, it was Ankh-Tawy, or "That Which Binds the Two Lands". For some examples.
  • Memphis is the capital city of Henripolis and as such is the center of government, commerce, and the military.
  • He is voiced by Hugh Jackman.
  • Memphis is available after reaching Elysion
  • Memphis was a planet in the Hundred Worlds.
  • In 2075 rumours of garbage deposits at the Neutron Flats east of Memphis brought Filmore Faro to the area.
  • Memphis is a city in Shelby County, Tennessee, of which it is the county seat. As of 2005, the city of Memphis had a population of 680,768, making it the largest city in the state of Tennessee and the 17th largest in the United States. The greater Memphis metropolitan area had a population of 1,230,303. This makes Memphis the second largest metropolitan area in Tennessee, surpassed only by metropolitan Nashville. Memphis is on the Lower Chickasaw Bluff above the Mississippi River, at the mouth of the Wolf River. Edit this section or read more
  • "Memphis" is the 33rd episode of the science fiction television series 2002 revival of The Twilight Zone. The episode was first broadcast on February 26, 2003, on UPN.
  • Memphis, utsedd P3X-116 av Tau'ri är en planet i Vintergatan galaxen som har en Stargate. Memphis var under kontroll av Goa'uld Systemherre Sokar, som befolkade planeten med Unas, tillsammans med farligare många av de varelser som har stött på, vilket gör svårt världen till en plats att leva. Efter Sokars död Anubis hade planeten spanade som möjlig plats för en ny bas. Där mötte historiska krafter SG-1 och Dial Home Device förstördes i striden som följde, dock inte före Stargate aktiverades och SG-1 steg in genom det.
  • Memphis is a city in Tennessee and home to Elvis Presley.
  • Memphis, Tennessee is an occasional target of robot attacks. It has an airport.
  • Memphis was believed to be under the protection of the god Ptah, the patron of craftsmen. Its great temple, Hout-ka-Ptah (meaning "Castle of the ka of Ptah"), was one of the most prominent structures in the city. The name of this temple, rendered in Greek as Aί γυ πτoς (Ai-gy-ptos) by the historian Manetho, is believed to be the etymological origin of the modern English name Egypt.
  • Memphis is a city in ancient Aegypt (and likewise Egypt). It is built near the Nile. Cleopatra often sailed her royal yacht from Memphis to have extravagant on board parties before returning back to the city.
  • Memphis, in Greek mythology, was the wife of Epaphus and mother of Libya. She, as well as her husband, founded Memphis in Egypt, which bears her name. She was the daughter of Nilus, a Greek river god.
  • Memphis had a population of 655,155 in 2012 making it the largest city in the state of Tennessee, the largest city on the Mississippi River, the third largest in the Southeastern United States, and the 20th largest in the United States.
  • A cool world which was covered in trees, Memphis was one of the many planets visited by the Ancients during their travels in the Milky Way galaxy. Whether or not they inhabited the planet is unknown, but by the time that the Tau'ri had constructed Stargate Command, the only sign remaining that they had visited the planet was the solitary Stargate. In addition to the forests, the planets major continents were covered in mountains which added dizzying heights and dangerous depths to the landscape, creating many natural hazards. Though winters were often extremely harsh, the rest of the year was perfect for most of the beings living on the planet.
  • Memphis (メンフィス, Menfisu) is a member of the Four Heavenly Generals of the Parthevia Empire.
  • Memphis is a 2009 musical focusing on the story of Memphis disc jockey Huey Calhoun and his love of "black music" in a segregated 1950's America. One night, after entering Delray's, an African-American underground rock n' roll bar, Huey strikes up an interesting relationship with the bar's singer, Felicia Farrell. They flirt and he promises to see her put on the radio one day. However, she is the sister of Delray, the owner of the bar.
  • (back to Music Travel) Memphis stands at the crossroads of the Mississippi Delta, a vast region of fertile farming land. For a century or more, poor people from all over the Delta came to Memphis looking for work, bringing with them the African traditions of the blues and the Celtic traditions of country and bluegrass. Some of them passed through Memphis and headed up Highway 61 to Chicago and the other cities of the industrialised north, where their musical traditions evolved into a tough urban brand of electric blues.
  • You enter Memphis from the south-east, from the Memphis Outskirts. Near the city entrance (before actually entering the city) you will find the entrance to the Beggars Quarter, where you meet Merab, who starts the side quest Lowest of the Low. There's another large gate to the south-west, which cannot be opened.
  • The Memphis, Tenn., school district is trying to steady itself in the wake of controversies that have rocked its operations side, potentially complicating its search for a new superintendent and renewing talk about putting the city’s mayor in charge of the system. In the past few months, the district has been contending with official probes of how school construction contracts were won and how the food-services division was managed, and with mounting questions about lucrative, no-bid contracts awarded to busing companies.
  • Memphis (colloquially Membabwe) was founded in 3102 B.C. by Pharaoh Menses I who was killed in battle by Keith Richards and B.B. King, the leader of the Egyptian conquest of Tennessee. Long one of the world's centres of civilisation, Memphis declined when it was conquered by Alexander the Great, and Egyptian power shifted to such other cities as Cairo, Illinois and Alexandria, Louisiana. Memphis rebounded during the 19th Dynasty with the invention of the steamship, including some local examples which used early versions of the external combustion engine and Sta-Sof-Fro hair care products.
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  • Memphis is a city in the state of Tennessee on the planet Earth's North American continent. Will Riker had a holodeck program set in a Memphis bar called Stumpy's. (TNG novelization: Unification)
  • Memphis is a city located in the southwestern corner of the US state of Tennessee. The city was founded on May 22, 1819 by a group of wealthy Americans, including future president Andrew Jackson. It was named after the ancient capital of Egypt situated on the River Nile.
  • Memphis In Egyptian Memphis is called Mennufer. The city of Pharaoh Menes. This ancient city was Egypt's first capital over a united country. Founded around 3100 BC. It remained an important political and religious center all the way into the days of the Roman Empire. (Modern day Cario surrounds Memphis). Like Thebes this city had more then just one name, over time it had many new names, Ineb-Hed was one of its earlier names, meaning "The White Wall". During the Middle Kingdom, it was Ankh-Tawy, or "That Which Binds the Two Lands". For some examples.
  • Memphis is the capital city of Henripolis and as such is the center of government, commerce, and the military.
  • He is voiced by Hugh Jackman.
  • Memphis is available after reaching Elysion
  • Memphis was a planet in the Hundred Worlds.
  • (back to Music Travel) Memphis stands at the crossroads of the Mississippi Delta, a vast region of fertile farming land. For a century or more, poor people from all over the Delta came to Memphis looking for work, bringing with them the African traditions of the blues and the Celtic traditions of country and bluegrass. Some of them passed through Memphis and headed up Highway 61 to Chicago and the other cities of the industrialised north, where their musical traditions evolved into a tough urban brand of electric blues. But many stayed on in Memphis, and their cultures and music began to mix in the bars of Beale Street and the dance halls of West Memphis. The result was a mutant musical style called rock and roll. Ike Turner’s Rocket 88, recorded at Sun Records in 1951, was probably the first record that assembled all of the essential ingredients that came to define rock and roll. Bill Haley covered the song, and it inspired him to switch from a career in country and western music, to recording versions of tunes by R&B artists, a strategy that paid off a few years down the track. The sound of rock and roll was quickly spread across America by powerful radio transmitters located in and around Memphis. These radio stations, which were far from the corporate control of the big conservative radio networks, transmitted the raw sounds of R&B and blues straight into teenage bedrooms all around America, where kids would listen to the strange forbidden sounds at night underneath their bed covers. Since then, Memphis has produced some great moments of rock and pop music: the early recordings of Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins, the Stax soul classics, the Rev Al Green’s silky funk, and Alex Chilton’s chiming Big Star melodies.
  • In 2075 rumours of garbage deposits at the Neutron Flats east of Memphis brought Filmore Faro to the area.
  • Memphis is a city in Shelby County, Tennessee, of which it is the county seat. As of 2005, the city of Memphis had a population of 680,768, making it the largest city in the state of Tennessee and the 17th largest in the United States. The greater Memphis metropolitan area had a population of 1,230,303. This makes Memphis the second largest metropolitan area in Tennessee, surpassed only by metropolitan Nashville. Memphis is on the Lower Chickasaw Bluff above the Mississippi River, at the mouth of the Wolf River. Edit this section or read more
  • "Memphis" is the 33rd episode of the science fiction television series 2002 revival of The Twilight Zone. The episode was first broadcast on February 26, 2003, on UPN.
  • Memphis, utsedd P3X-116 av Tau'ri är en planet i Vintergatan galaxen som har en Stargate. Memphis var under kontroll av Goa'uld Systemherre Sokar, som befolkade planeten med Unas, tillsammans med farligare många av de varelser som har stött på, vilket gör svårt världen till en plats att leva. Efter Sokars död Anubis hade planeten spanade som möjlig plats för en ny bas. Där mötte historiska krafter SG-1 och Dial Home Device förstördes i striden som följde, dock inte före Stargate aktiverades och SG-1 steg in genom det.
  • Memphis is a city in Tennessee and home to Elvis Presley.
  • Memphis (colloquially Membabwe) was founded in 3102 B.C. by Pharaoh Menses I who was killed in battle by Keith Richards and B.B. King, the leader of the Egyptian conquest of Tennessee. Long one of the world's centres of civilisation, Memphis declined when it was conquered by Alexander the Great, and Egyptian power shifted to such other cities as Cairo, Illinois and Alexandria, Louisiana. Memphis rebounded during the 19th Dynasty with the invention of the steamship, including some local examples which used early versions of the external combustion engine and Sta-Sof-Fro hair care products. The freemasons have had the Memphis locals by the nuts since the late 1800s... In the early 20th Dynasty, Memphis was controlled by Boss Crump, who invented the blues. Crump was tragically assassinated in 1968 BCE at a local motel known as the Admiral Benbow Inn. Later on a boy by the name of Elvis stole the voice of the blues singers and used it to make thousands this boy became the next king, King Elvis of th Presleys
  • Memphis, Tennessee is an occasional target of robot attacks. It has an airport.
  • Memphis is a 2009 musical focusing on the story of Memphis disc jockey Huey Calhoun and his love of "black music" in a segregated 1950's America. One night, after entering Delray's, an African-American underground rock n' roll bar, Huey strikes up an interesting relationship with the bar's singer, Felicia Farrell. They flirt and he promises to see her put on the radio one day. However, she is the sister of Delray, the owner of the bar. Despite Huey's statement that he "never was taught to read none" or had never learned to write, he appears to be quite intuitive. At his job as a stock boy at a local mall, he strikes a deal with the owner and soon sells many albums in a matter of minutes. He is, however, fired for the African-American music he played in the store. He then proceeds to apply to many local, white radio stations. When Felicia learns this, she immediately forks out to make her own record for him to play on air. When she goes to show Huey, his mother breaks it, still set in racist ways. Huey gets a job at a local station, impressing the owner by bringing both white and black teens closer together through their liking of the music he plays. Huey ends his first broadcast with "hockadoo" as a cry of triumph, yet not completely sure where he has gotten it from. It soon becomes his Catch Phrase. He later gets Felicia to sing live in the station as a way of saying sorry for what his mother did to her record, and both her and Huey's popularity begins to grow.
  • Memphis was believed to be under the protection of the god Ptah, the patron of craftsmen. Its great temple, Hout-ka-Ptah (meaning "Castle of the ka of Ptah"), was one of the most prominent structures in the city. The name of this temple, rendered in Greek as Aί γυ πτoς (Ai-gy-ptos) by the historian Manetho, is believed to be the etymological origin of the modern English name Egypt.
  • You enter Memphis from the south-east, from the Memphis Outskirts. Near the city entrance (before actually entering the city) you will find the entrance to the Beggars Quarter, where you meet Merab, who starts the side quest Lowest of the Low. The south-eastern area of the city (generically named City of Memphis) is partly infested with Dune Raiders, and there's also a Rebirth Fountain. The western part is the Memphis Plaza, where all the people lurk around (see below). You will find Imhotep here as well. There's also a Portal, a Blacksmith and an Arcanic next to the plaza. The large Gate to Thebes is 'locked by quest' and cannot be opened until you have completed the main quest The Invocation. However, once opened, it leads to Dahshur and the Upper Nile region. To the north you will find two more gates: The Gate of the Sphinx leads to the Outer Giza region and eventually to the Giza Plateau, where you have to obtain the Hand of Balance and also get to complete two side quests given in Memphis (as well as receiving and completing another one there). The Gate of the Palm leads to the Artisans' Quarter of Memphis and ultimately to the Fayum Desert and Oasis. There you will have to retrieve the Eye of Chaos and also get two new side quests, which are also completed in that area. There's another large gate to the south-west, which cannot be opened.
  • Memphis is a city in ancient Aegypt (and likewise Egypt). It is built near the Nile. Cleopatra often sailed her royal yacht from Memphis to have extravagant on board parties before returning back to the city.
  • Memphis, in Greek mythology, was the wife of Epaphus and mother of Libya. She, as well as her husband, founded Memphis in Egypt, which bears her name. She was the daughter of Nilus, a Greek river god.
  • Memphis had a population of 655,155 in 2012 making it the largest city in the state of Tennessee, the largest city on the Mississippi River, the third largest in the Southeastern United States, and the 20th largest in the United States.
  • A cool world which was covered in trees, Memphis was one of the many planets visited by the Ancients during their travels in the Milky Way galaxy. Whether or not they inhabited the planet is unknown, but by the time that the Tau'ri had constructed Stargate Command, the only sign remaining that they had visited the planet was the solitary Stargate. In addition to the forests, the planets major continents were covered in mountains which added dizzying heights and dangerous depths to the landscape, creating many natural hazards. Though winters were often extremely harsh, the rest of the year was perfect for most of the beings living on the planet.
  • The Memphis, Tenn., school district is trying to steady itself in the wake of controversies that have rocked its operations side, potentially complicating its search for a new superintendent and renewing talk about putting the city’s mayor in charge of the system. In the past few months, the district has been contending with official probes of how school construction contracts were won and how the food-services division was managed, and with mounting questions about lucrative, no-bid contracts awarded to busing companies. The questions appear to have reignited intermittent conversations about whether the mayor should have expanded authority over the schools, whether school board members should be appointed instead of elected, and whether the city school system should be merged with the county’s. Memphis Mayor Willie W. Herenton, who served as the city’s superintendent for 12 years, and Shelby County Mayor A.C. Wharton said they have been talking about those possibilities more often. Mr. Herenton said he and Mr. Wharton hoped to meet with Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen on the issue. Bob Corney, a spokesman for Mr. Bredesen, said the governor has spoken with both mayors about the issues, and is open to meeting jointly with them. “Increasingly in the city of Memphis, high-level government officials … have become so disturbed with the deficiencies in the operations of the Memphis public schools that now the climate will produce some debate about changing the governance structure,” Mr. Herenton said in a recent interview. For his part, Mr. Wharton said he believes that allowing the city’s mayor greater authority over the schools would benefit the system, especially in attracting a superintendent to replace Carol R. Johnson, who left in August to become the schools chief in Boston. “We’ve got to be able to say, ‘You are going to have the support you need, the resources you need, carte blanche when it comes to designing the plays, and, by George, we’ve got your back,’ ” he said. “We haven’t done that here. The best way to do that is to break completely out of the mold and have someone such as the city mayor in charge.” Grand Jury Probe A federal grand jury is investigating contracts issued between 2000 and 2004 for more than a dozen construction projects. In October, the panel heard testimony from several current or former school board members, and subpoenaed stacks of district documents, including e-mails, requests for proposals, bidders’ responses, and minutes of meetings. In November, the grand jury indicted a former Shelby County commissioner who allegedly claimed to control votes on the city school board and allegedly accepted $263,000 to help a construction company win a $46.7 million contract to build three schools. He has pleaded not guilty to charges of extortion and fraud. Shelby County, in which the city of Memphis is situated, runs its own school system and helps fund Memphis city schools. But its commissioners do not have authority over the Memphis city district’s school board. As questions swirled about Memphis school construction projects, an internal audit found that the director of the district’s Central Nutrition Center had wasted $3.6 million in 15 months by over-ordering and then dumping 243 tons of spoiled beef patties, chicken nuggets, and other food, and buying expensive furniture and satellite television for the department’s offices. The director, James Jordan, resigned in October, but the Tennessee state comptroller’s office, at the request of the Shelby County district attorney’s office, is investigating possible criminal violations at the nutrition center. Mr. Jordan, who is white, has filed a complaint with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, alleging the department’s black employees sabotaged him. And, after a study showed that Memphis was paying two to three times as much for bus transportation as several other large districts in Tennessee, district leaders are examining how contracts get awarded or extended. Among the questions are how one local company got a multimillion-dollar contract extension in 2002 without school board approval, and why it was suddenly dropped from most of its routes three days before this school year began. Thomas E. Glass, a professor of educational leadership at the University of Memphis, said the questions about district operations could prove daunting to superintendent candidates. “The board is well aware they have to clean up the management mess,” he said. “To bring in a new superintendent and expect that person to clean it up and also improve test scores is not reasonable.” Michael D. Casserly, the executive director of the Washington-based Council of the Great City Schools, which represents 66 of the country’s large urban school districts, disagreed. The district is “obviously in transition” after the departure of Ms. Johnson, he said, but it saw significant academic and fiscal improvements during her four-year tenure, and claims a prominent place on the national education scene. “Memphis will be an attractive option for lots of good candidates,” Mr. Casserly said. “Nobody comes into these jobs thinking that everything is fixed before they get there.” Better Controls Dan Ward, who became the 115,000-student district’s interim superintendent in August, said he had hoped to serve in that role only until February, but is willing to stay longer to facilitate the search for his replacement. He was a teacher and administrator in the district for 34 years, and later served as deputy superintendent to Ms. Johnson during her first year. Lapses in district operations, such as those in food services, happened because “it was obvious the oversight wasn’t what it needed to be,” but building better controls into the system should set things right again, he said. Late in November, Mr. Ward revamped the administrative structure, making more department heads—including the chief financial officer—report directly to him, and creating a new position that will oversee all district contracts. School board President Patrice J. Robinson said the nine-member panel hopes to have a permanent superintendent in place in time for the 2008-09 school year. She hopes the board will put a top priority on hiring a candidate with strong management skills. “Many times, leaders come from the classroom,” Ms. Robinson said. “You do need a little business training. These are major corporate accounts we’re trying to manage.” Kenneth T. Whalum Jr., who joined the school board one year ago, said that under Ms. Johnson, “administrative operations were allowed to flounder, at best.” “Our system is in a state of crisis,” he said. “We are going to have to go through a drastic overhaul of education in Memphis.” Stephanie W. Gatewood, a board member for four years, does not think the district is in such dire straits. She said it is in good academic standing under its state accountability system, and its fiscal operations are on a stronger footing. But she said the district must do a better job of ensuring that employees know district policy, and that proper safeguards are in place to catch violations more quickly. Ms. Johnson, now the superintendent of the 57,000-student Boston schools, defended the Memphis district’s management during her tenure. She noted that more and more students were scoring at or above the proficient level on state tests even as she cut tens of millions of dollars from the budget, making the district’s fiscal operations more efficient. “The performance of students, the investments in students and their success, is the primary thing I’m most proud of,” she said in a recent interview. “I acknowledge that when you’re hiring 16,500 people, you can make a hiring mistake that results in some unfortunate thing happening. [But] I’m proud of my record, of my fiscal management.” Ethele S. Hilliard, the president of Partners in Public Education, a local fund built by corporate and philanthropic groups, said the controversies about district operations, which have peppered the headlines of the Memphis Commercial Appeal newspaper for months, “clearly are a distraction” from its focus on good schooling. “It makes it a challenge to bring in private-sector dollars and innovation and reform initiatives,” she said. “It’s cause for pause. We have had some reluctance.” She credits Mr. Ward for taking steps to rebuild confidence in the system by reorganizing its lines of authority. As trying as Memphis’ situation might be, it can also serve as a valuable catalyst for rethinking improved district operations and strategies, said Vivian G. Morris, the assistant dean for faculty and staff development at the University of Memphis’ college of education. “It creates a crisis, but it also creates opportunity,” she said, “in that it compels the community and the people who work for the district and for our state to take a long look at what our practices and expectations are, and say, ‘Lets do a better job of monitoring it and staying on course.’ ”
  • Memphis (メンフィス, Menfisu) is a member of the Four Heavenly Generals of the Parthevia Empire.
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