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Tanemuru Tamae, also known as Tomohito Tamae or Tomohito Tomao is a Japanese Singer, composer and songwriter born on August 31, 1983. Growing up surrounded by music in his hometown of Saitama, the atmosphere was filled with musical inspiration.

Tomohito’s father was a self-taught musician playing guitar and singing in amateur folk bands. His mother and older sister were also passionate about music, but Tomohito’s parents discouraged his musical aspirations at a young age, insisting that he was a student first and a musician later. Tomohito never completely gave up his dreams of becoming a musician, though, and he put his time and effort into learning music and songwriting.

Tomohito left Saitama in order to study at the Music Performance Arts College and receive a Bachelor of Music degree. After graduating, he joined a singing group and traveled across Japan to perform at various venues and take part in competitions.

In the fall of 2009, he released his debut single “Ai ni Itsumademo”, which rose to the top of the Japan Hot 100, as the theme song for the drama, Koi to Janai. The first time the song was aired on national television was during the second-season opening theme songs for the popular drama Kansai Tele-drama, Motto Onna no Ko, which was played in the Winter 2010 issue of Shogakukan’s Monthly Coro. During this time, Tomohito was also performing as the opening act for the idol group, Morning Musume.

His second single “Please Be Love”, was used as the theme song for the drama, Onna kono Kodoku wo. This time, the song was aired in the opening theme for the second season of the other popular drama, Nihon no Kick Off. In 2010, he released his first album. Tomohito’s style is a brand of pop with a focus on innocence and purity. His songs are about love, life, and joy. Tomohito is known for a soulful voice and a very polished stage presence.

With the exception of 2013’s critically acclaimed single, “Natsu ga Ite Kureta”, Tomohito’s music has always been


Operation flashpoint: Red river


Operation Flashpoint: Red River is a World War II military shooter video game developed by Raven Software and published by Interplay Productions.


Operation: Red River is a nickname for the D-Day beach landing on June 6, 1944 in Normandy in which the Allied Forces invaded Northern France (Northern Europe). The operation was preceded by the Battle of Normandy, the last major offensive of World War II.
From Wikipedia:

The first attempt to enter the continent across the English Channel was the D-Day landings, codenamed Operation Overlord. German resistance was negligible on the eastern end of the battlefront, and the Allies seized a beachhead shortly after midnight. Because of the German defensive success, the Allies planned the counterattack on July 15, codenamed Operation Market Garden.


How can I separate a function from a class with a class definition?

I’m writing a C# program in Visual Studio 2010 and I want to pass a function from a class object as a parameter into another class. For example, if I define a person class and an address class I want to be able to do this:
Person bob = new Person() { LastName = “Bob”, Address = new Address() { PostCode = “X00 00 X00 00” }};
Person Mike = new Person() { LastName = “Mike”, Address = new Address() { PostCode = “Y00 00 Y00 00” }};

I want the function:
public Address GetAddressForPerson(Person person)
return new Address() {
PostCode = person.Address.PostCode

to exist in a separate class.
Is there an easy way of doing this?


Yes, you can create a static class with a public instance method that creates the Address.
public static class AddressFinder
public static Address GetAddressForPerson(Person person)
return new Address() {


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