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Random information on the term “Intend”:
An intendant (French: intendant [ɛ̃.tɑ̃.dɑ̃], Portuguese and Spanish: intendente) was and sometimes still is a usually public official, especially in France, Spain, Portugal, and Latin America. The intendancy system was a centralizing administrative system developed in France. When France won the War of the Spanish Succession and the House of Bourbon was established on the throne of Spain, the intendancy system was extended to Spain and Portugal and the Spanish Empire and Portuguese Empire. Regions were divided into districts administered by the intendant. The title continues to be used in Spain and parts of Spanish America for particular government officials.
Intendants were royal civil servants in France under the Old Regime. A product of the centralization policies of the French crown, intendants were appointed “commissions,” and not purchasable hereditary “offices,” which thus prevented the abuse of sales of royal offices and made them more tractable and subservient emissaries of the king. Intendants were sent to supervise and enforce the king’s will in the provinces and had jurisdiction over three areas: finances, policing and justice.
Random information on the term “MEAN”:
Mean is the fifth and final album by the California-based hard rock band Montrose and released in 1987. It has much more of a glam metal sound than previous Montrose albums. It was the lowest-charting release on Montrose’s career, reaching No. 165 on the Billboard 200 in June 1987.
According to Ronnie Montrose, singer Johnny Edwards and drummer James Kottak were still officially in the band Buster Brown at the time of the recording of Mean. They later played together in the first line-up of the band Wild Horses.
Guitarist Ronnie Montrose and bassist Glenn Letsch played together in the band Gamma both before, and after, this album.
It featured the song “M for Machine” which was written as a potential song for the 1987 American cyberpunk action film RoboCop, directed by Paul Verhoeven.
Drummer James Kottak went on to join the original line-up of hard rock/glam metal band Kingdom Come, remaining with that band during their most commercially successful period, prior to reconnecting with Edwards in Wild Horses. After leaving Wild Horses, Edwards became the frontman for Foreigner on their 1991 album, Unusual Heat.