In his stand-up special, Stand Up, Don’t Shoot , Cannon made several pointed jokes about NBC.
On February 4, 1985, Georgian Court was designated a National Historic Landmark . One of the many historic aspects of the campus is that it houses the only " real tennis " court, also called a "court tennis" court, at an American school. Approximately forty-five real tennis courts are still in use in the world today.
· Nick Cannon performed last Saturday as part of New Jersey college Georgian Court University 's Reunion & Homecoming weekend
5. MISCELLANEOUS. These Terms will be governed by the laws of the State of New Jersey, without giving effect to any conflicts of laws principles. Both parties agree that the sole venue for actions related to the subject matter hereof shall be within the state of New Jersey. Notwithstanding the foregoing, however, nothing in these Terms shall be deemed or construed as a waiver of any statutory or constitutional immunities to suit. These Terms shall inure to the benefit of both the Institution and its Licensors, which shall be express third party beneficiaries, and shall be enforceable by and for the benefit of each. If any provision of these Terms is, for any reason, held to be invalid or unenforceable, the other provisions of these Terms will remain enforceable and the invalid or unenforceable provision will be deemed modified so that it is valid and enforceable to the maximum extent permitted by law. Any waiver or failure to enforce any provision of these Terms on one occasion will not be deemed a waiver of any other provision or of such provision on any other occasion.
NJUA President and CEO Andrew Hendry spoke on behalf of the Association at a news conference held by the NJ Board of Public Utilities to discuss the “Call 811 Before You Dig” initiative, a national campaign designed to raise awareness and remind homeowners, contractors, and excavators about the critical importance of calling 811 to request a mark out of underground utilities before digging.
The revival of the Kingdom of Georgia was set back after Tbilisi was captured and destroyed by the Khwarezmian leader Jalal ad-Din in 1226.  The Mongols were expelled by George V of Georgia , son of Demetrius II of Georgia , who was named "Brilliant" for his role in restoring the country's previous strength and Christian culture. [ citation needed ] George V was the last great king of the unified Georgian state. After his death, different local rulers fought for their independence from central Georgian rule, until the total disintegration of the Kingdom in the 15th century. Georgia was further weakened by several disastrous invasions by Tamerlane . Invasions continued , giving the kingdom no time for restoration, with both Black and White sheep Turkomans constantly raiding its southern provinces. As a result, the Kingdom of Georgia collapsed into anarchy by 1466 and fragmented into three independent kingdoms and five semi-independent principalities. Neighboring large empires subsequently exploited the internal division of the weakened country, and beginning in the 16th century up to the late 18th century, Safavid Iran (and successive Iranian Afsharid and Qajar dynasties) and Ottoman Turkey subjugated the eastern and western regions of Georgia, respectively. [ citation needed ]