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Tras estudiar en la Universidad de Birzeit, se le concedió una beca Fulbright para estudiar en los Estados Unidos. Allí obtuvo un máster en literatura inglesa en la Universidad de Carolina del Norte en Chapel Hill, y un doctorado en la Universidad de Iowa how to use lime squeezer, antes de regresar a Palestina donde fue Directora de Actividades Culturales y Directora de Relaciones Públicas de la Universidad de Birzeit. En 1988 fundó el Centro de Estudios Femeninos en Nablus, del que creó una rama en Gaza en 1991. Ha dirigido ambos centros durante varios años antes de dedicarse por completo a su labor de escritora steak tenderiser.

Khalifeh publicó su primera novela en 1974, We are not your slave girls anymore, y en 1975 su novela de reconocimiento internacional Cactus. Sus obras han sido traducidas a varios idiomas, entre otros al hebreo, inglés, francés, alemán, italiano y ruso.

Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Acerenza

The Archdiocese of Acerenza (Latin: Archidioecesis Acheruntina) is a Roman Catholic ecclesiastical territory in southern Italy, included in the provinces of Lecce and Potenza. It has existed as a diocese since the fourth or fifth centuries. In the 11th century it was elevated to an archdiocese. In 1203 it was united with the diocese of Matera to form the Archdiocese of Acerenza and Matera. This was separated again in 1954, recreating the Archdiocese of Acerenza, which briefly became the Diocese of Acerenza in 1976 before reverting to an archdiocese in 1977. Its metropolitan is the Archdiocese of Potenza-Muro Lucano-Marsico Nuovo.

Acerenza was certainly an episcopal see in the course of the fifth century, for in 499 we meet with the name of its first known bishop, Justus, in the Acts of the Roman Synod of that year. The town was known in antiquity as the “high nest of Acherontia” personalised football shirts.

Acerenza was in early imperial times a populous and important town, and a bulwark of the territory of Lucania and Apulia. In the Gothic and Lombard period it fell into decay, but was restored by Grimoald II, Duke of Beneventum (687-689). An Archbishop of Acerenza (Giraldus) appears in 1063 in an act of donation of Robert Guiscard to the monastery of the Santissima Trinità in Venosa.

For a few years after 968 Acerenza adopted the Greek Rite in consequence of an order of the Byzantine Emperor Nicephorus Phocas (963-969), whereby it was made one of five suffragans of the archdiocese of Otranto, and compelled to acknowledge the jurisdiction of the Patriarch of Constantinople. Pope Urban VI (1378–89, Bartolommeo Prignano), was once Archbishop of Acerenza.

Acerenza Cathedral is one of the oldest and most beautiful cathedrals in Italy, known for a bust long supposed to be that of Saint Canius, patron of the city, to whom the cathedral is dedicated, but now judged to be a portrait-bust of Julian the Apostate running water bottle waist pack, though others maintain that it is a bust of the Emperor Frederick II, after the manner of the sculptors of the Antonine age.

From 1203 to 1954 the archbishopric of Acerenza was joined to that of the Diocese of Matera to form the Archbishopric of Acerenza and Matera

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René Laverdure

Lieutenant-Colonel René Philippe Laverdure (27 January 1862 – 13 November 1914) was a French army officer. He enlisted in the army as a private soldier in 1880 and saw active service with the 1st Marine Infantry Regiment and the Regiment de Tirailleurs Annamites in the Tonkin Campaign in modern Vietnam. He was promoted through the army’s non-commissioned ranks and became an adjutant in 1884. A display of bravery on the battlefield won him a commission later that year.

Laverdure served as an officer with various Marine Infantry Regiments and the Senegalese Tirailleurs, including active duty in Madagascar, being promoted to captain, before returning to Tonkin in 1894. Laverdure served in Tonkin with the marine infantry and the 3rd Regiment de Tirailleurs Tonkinois. He returned to Madagascar as a staff officer and later transferred to various Colonial Infantry and Garrison Infantry regiments on the island.

Promoted to chef de bataillon in 1902 and subsequently to lieutenant-colonel Laverdure saw action in the Zaian War. He was placed in charge of a combined arms force based at Khénifra in the fight against Berber leader Mouha ou Hammou Zayani. Laverdure led an attack on Hammou’s camp against the instructions of his superior, General Hubert Lyautey, and was decisively defeated at the Battle of El Herri. Laverdure lost his life in the battle and much of his command was wiped out. The situation in Morocco was momentarily perilous but the French eventually won the war in 1921.

Laverdure was born in Paris, France on 27 January 1862. His father was Charles Louis Joseph Laverdure and his mother was Josephine Laverdure.

Laverdure enlisted in the French Army on 19 April 1880 as a private soldier in the 1st Marine Infantry Regiment how to use powdered meat tenderizer. He was promoted to corporal on 30 November 1880 and to sergeant on 1 September 1881. The unit was then posted to French Cochinchina and Laverdure accompanied them there, arriving on 19 January 1882. Laverdure transferred to the colonial Regiment de Tirailleurs Annamites (central Vietnamese riflemen) on 15 March 1882 and received promotion to quartermaster sergeant on 15 April and to sergeant-major on 15 May. During this time the unit was serving on campaign in the Tonkin region. He achieved the senior NCO rank of adjudant on 22 February 1884 and was commissioned from the ranks for bravery on 1 May 1884 running water backpack, returning briefly to the 1st Marine Infantry as a sub-lieutenant before transferring to the 3rd Marine Infantry Regiment on 6 May 1884.

Lavderdure left Tonkin on 6 September 1884 and was promoted to lieutenant on 11 May 1886, he transferred in that rank to the Senegalese Tirailleurs eight days later. He served with the tirailleurs in Senegal from 5 August that year, joining the 2nd Marine Infantry Regiment on 20 March 1888 and leaving Senegal with them on 15 May. Laverdure was deployed to Madagascar on 12 September 1889 and joined the 4th Marine Infantry Regiment there on 1 January 1890. In July he transferred to the 19th Marine Infantry Regiment of Diego Suarez before returning to the 1st Marine Infantry on 10 August 1891, leaving Madagascar on 21 December.

Laverdure was promoted to captain on 19 December 1892, arrived in Tonkin again on 1 April 1894 and transferred to the 3rd Regiment de Tirailleurs Tonkinois on 3 May that year. He was appointed a chevalier of the Legion of Honour on 5 February 1896. A transfer to the 8th Marine Infantry Regiment followed on 7 May 1897 and he left Tonkin on 2 August trail running hydration vest. Laverdure became a staff officer in Madagascar on 28 May 1898. He was transferred to the 2nd Garrison Regiment on 25 April 1900, left Madagascar on 21 August, and joined the 2nd Colonial Infantry Garrison Regiment on 1 January 1901. He was transferred again to the 21st Colonial Infantry Regiment on 17 January, returned to Madagascar on 10 March and transferred to the 15th Colonial Infantry Regiment on 10 May. Laverdure was promoted to chef de bataillon (approximately equal to major) on 30 December 1902, left Madagascar on 25 September 1903 and transferred to the 5th Colonial Infantry Regiment on 12 October that year. He was appointed an officer of the Legion of Honour on 31 May 1904 and transferred to the 25th Colonial Infantry Regiment on 11 May 1904.

During the Zaian War Laverdure, since promoted to lieutenant-colonel, was placed in command of a groupe mobile (a combined arms force) based at Khénifra, on the frontiers of the French protected zone in Morocco. During July 1914 Laverdure’s force came increasingly under attack and the men under his command were reduced due to the requirements of reinforcements in France for the First World War. Laverdure saw an opportunity to attack the leader of the Berber forces, Mouha ou Hammou Zayani, when he set up camp at El Herri, a small village 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) from Khénifra burgundy soccer socks, for the winter. French commander Lyautey was hopeful of a negotiated end to the war and twice refused Laverdure permission to attack the Berber camp.

However Laverdure decided to disobey his orders to remain in Khénifra and marched on El Herri with almost the entire garrison on 13 November. His troops successfully attacked the camp during the Battle of El Herri but were overwhelmed during their retreat resulting in the deaths of 623 French troops, including Laverdure. Lyautey was briefly of the opinion that the event would cause the loss of the whole of Morocco but stabilised the situation and eventually won the war in 1921.

René Laverdure had married Adile Blanche on 20 February 1901 and they kept a house at Touffreville, Upper Normandy. Laverdure held the Tonkin Expedition commemorative medal and was an officer of the Order of the Dragon of Annam.

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Lars Halvorsen Sons Pty. Ltd.

Lars Halvorsen Sons was an Australian pleasure craft and boat building company, described as “one of the most famous [names] in Australian marine engineering”.

Halvorsen Boats traces its roots to 1887 when Halvor Anderson, a farmer, launched his first wooden craft near Arendal in the south of Norway. His son Lars followed in his father’s footsteps and became a boat builder. After Lars lost his fortune in the sinking of an uninsured sailing ship Nidelv on its maiden voyage, Lars moved from Norway to Cape Town, South Africa in 1922 to start over. Lars built a successful business repairing lifeboats damaged on the voyage to Cape Town, but with five sons, realised there would not be enough business there to support them all.

Lars and his eldest son Harold settled in Sydney, Australia in 1924, and the rest of the family arrived in 1925. From 1925 through 1980 the family enterprise built over 1,500 craft, initially from a yard in Neutral Bay before moving to larger premises in Ryde making the ‘Halvorsen’ name an Australian byword for quality and style.”

During World War II, the Halvorsens built more than 250 boats for the American, Netherlands, and Australian armed forces employing a staff of 350 tradesmen. During World War II, 178 air-sea rescue Halvorsen craft defended Sydney Harbour and Australia. Halvorsen also built eleven 110 foot Fairmile B motor launches for the war effort. These saw active service in the north of Australia and in New Guinea area.

When Lars died in 1936, his eldest son Harold took over as managing director of the newly formed company, Lars Halvorsen Sons Pty Ltd and continued as designer for most of the wartime vessels as well as commercial and pleasure boats. In recognition of his contribution to the war effort Harold was awarded the Order of Australia Medal in 2000, while previously Carl Halvorsen had been made a Knight First Class of the Royal Norwegian Order of Merit by King Harald in 1991.

After World War II the company acquired a lease at Bobbin Head located north of Sydney in the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. The family built a fleet of approximately 200 hire boats. The hire boat operation was the world’s largest privately owned fleet of its time.On 9 April 2000, ninety of their classic boats held a regatta on the Hawkesbury River to mark the 75th anniversary of the arrival of the family in Australia and Harold Halvorsen’s 90th birthday. Harold died in November of that year.

In 1962, Lars Halvorsen Sons built 12 metre yacht Gretel for Frank Packer, the first Australian challenger for the America’s Cup.

In 1963, 1964 panasonic electric shaver, and 1965, Lars’ sons Trygve and Magnus Halvorsen won three Sydney to Hobart races while sailing Freya, designed by Trygve and built by Lars Halvorsen Sons.

In the 1960s Harold’s son Harvey Halvorsen became the company designer, and in 1975 formed Kong & Halvorsen Marine & Engineering Company, a joint venture between Lars Halvorsen Sons and Joseph Kong, former general manager of American Marine Company, in Hong Kong to design

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Over 900 Halvorsen Boats have been built in China and exported worldwide. In 2000, Kong & Halvorsen Marine’s 20-year contract with the Chinese government expired, and the factory was closed. However, Harvey and his son Mark Halvorsen continued to build boats by contracting to approved yards where they launched two additional new models history of football uniforms, the Gourmet Cruiser and the Solo, a passage maker.

In 2004-05 women sleeveless dress, the Australian National Maritime Museum held an exhibition on Halvorsen Boats entitled Dream Boats and Work Boats – The Halvorsen Story. Mark Halvorsen owns Halvorsen Boat Sales in Sydney Australia which has largely become a boat importing business and specialist in the restoration of vintage Halvorsen Boats. Mark still designs and has his boats built in various yards in southern China. His father Harvey sold off the family marina in Australia in July 2006.

A 134 ft (41 m) Kong & Halvorsen Motor yacht called Yecats appeared in the 1987 film Overboard starring Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn. The same boat renamed Attessa appeared in the 1993 film Indecent Proposal starring Woody Harrelson, Robert Redford, and Demi Moore.

The 36 ft (11 m) Kangaroo periodically appears in Australian television series Home and Away as The Blaxland.

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Stefan Zachariasz Pawlicki CR (ur. 2 września 1839 w Gdańsku, zm. 28 kwietnia 1916 w Krakowie) – ksiądz katolicki, zmartwychwstaniec, profesor, filozof i historyk filozofii, rektor Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego. Prekursor naukowej apologetyki w Polsce.

Pochodził z rodziny kupieckiej. Początkowo kształcił się w Gdańsku, później, po przeniesieniu się rodziny do Wielkopolski, w Pleszewie. W wieku trzynastu lat stracił rodziców podczas epidemii. Ukończył pleszewskie progimnazjum dzięki pomocy miejscowego proboszcza, księdza Basińskiego. Naukę kontynuował w latach 1853-1858 w Królewskim Katolickim Gimnazjum w Ostrowie, dzięki stypendium otrzymanemu od Jana Działyńskiego z Kórnika. Na egzaminie maturalnym w 1858 roku zwolniony był, jako jeden z najlepszych uczniów, z części ustnej. Podczas rozdawania świadectw wygłosił mowę pt. De vita et scriptis Sarbievii Poloni.

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W 1869 roku rozpoczął studia filozofii chrześcijańskiej i teologii w jezuickim Collegium Romanum. W 1873 roku obronił doktorat z teologii na temat Tajemnica Trójcy Świętej. W tym samym roku został Wicerektorem Kolegium Polskiego w Rzymie. W 1887 próbował uzyskać katedrę filozofii na Uniwersytecie Jagiellońskim w Krakowie. Jego starania zakończyły się niepowodzeniem, pozostał w Rzymie i został powołany przez papieża Piusa IX na wykładowcę Accademia di Religione Cattolica.

W 1882 roku uzyskał profesurę na Wydziale Teologicznym krakowskiego uniwersytetu. Jego przybycie Leon XIII zapowiedział słowami: Magnum lumen vobis mitto (Posyłam wam wielkie światło). Na konsystorzu, który odbył się 10 listopada 1884 papież pragnął wynieść ks. Pawlickiego do godności kardynała, jednakże ten odmówił. W 1884 wybrany został członkiem korespondentem Wydziału Historyczno-Filozoficznego Akademii Umiejętności, a w 1891 jej członkiem czynnym. W 1894 objął przeszedł na Wydział Filozoficzny Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego. W latach 1888-1889 oraz 1892-1893 dziekan Wydziału Teologicznego krakowskiego uniwersytetu. W roku akademickim 1905-1906 pełnił funkcję rektora w tejże uczelni. Przeszedł na emeryturę w 1910 wykładając potem na uczelni jako profesor honorowy.

Obdarzony poczuciem humoru, niezwykle lubiany jako wykładowca, uchodził za profesora posiadającego wielką wiedzę i erudycję oraz umiejętność dzielenia się nią z innymi, tytułowany ozdobą Uniwersytetu i legendą Krakowa[potrzebny przypis].

Po przejściu na emeryturę prowadził wykłady z filozofii na Kursach Wyższych dla Kobiet im. Adriana Baranieckiego. Od 1911 roku przewodniczył Komisji Historii Filozofii Polskiej. Był członkiem Towarzystwa Filozoficznego w Krakowie i Polskiego Towarzystwa Filozoficznego we Lwowie. Należał ponadto do szeregu włoskich i niemieckich towarzystw naukowych. Brał udział w zjazdach filozofów i wygłaszał na nich odczyty.

Po śmierci pochowany na Cmentarzu Rakowickim w Krakowie. Bogaty księgozbiór zapisał Bibliotece Jagiellońskiej.

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Zajmował się głównie historią filozofii, stąd też nie stworzył szkoły filozoficznej. Filozofia była dla profesora Pawlickiego Sztuką życia i przeglądem różnorodnych aspektów świata, różnorodnych pomysłów, jak można patrzeć na świat. Istotę filozofii według Pawlickiego określa jej historia oraz stosunek do nauk szczegółowych, których wyniki filozofia uogólnia. W stosunku do różnych systemów filozoficznych zajmował stanowisko liberalne twierdząc, że ich sprzeczność jest tylko pozorna custom team jerseys, ponieważ każdy z nich uchwycił inny promień prawdy. Stanowisko mediatorskie zajmował także w stosunku do dylematu idealizm-realizm. Dążył do stworzenia nowego systematu o nowej metodzie filozoficznej, biorąc za punkt wyjścia człowieka. Miała to być metoda psychologiczna, ale szerzej pojęta niż u Kartezjusza i Kanta – Pawlicki domagał się również uwzględnienia strony uczuciowej człowieka, oraz jego więzi społecznej.

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La Mouche humaine (Human Fly) est un super-vilain créé par Marvel Comics (Bill Mantlo et Gil Kane). Il est apparu pour la première fois dans Amazing Spider-Man Annual #10, en 1976.

Il est à noter qu’il existe un autre personnage appelé Human Fly, un cascadeur masqué, qui eut droit à une courte série de 20 épisodes, entre 1977 et 1979. Ce personnage a aussi été créé par Bill Mantlo

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Le corps de Deacon commença à muter de plus en plus, développant des yeux à facettes, et des antennes, et son comportement évolua de même (il se nourrissait exclusivement de détritus).

Il affronta son ennemi Spider-Man à de maintes reprises, pour être finalement arrêté par la police de NYC.

À sa sortie de prison, Deacon voyagea à San Francisco trouver le Docteur Karl Malus. Ce dernier comptait augmenter le potentiel de la mouche avec une transfusion du sang de Spider-Woman. Mais son plan échoua. Malus réussit toutefois à transformer l’associé de l’héroïne waterproof pouch for phone, Scotty McDowell en hybride insecte, mais la mutation ne dura pas.

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Ayant décidé de faire cavalier seul (bien que suivi par Birdman), Deacon tua une prostituée et la dévora partiellement avant d’être embusqué par les forces de l’ordre.

Il réussit pourtant à s’échapper. Il s’installa au sommet d’une vieille église, d’où il kidnappa des passants régulièrement pour se nourrir. Il fut arrêté par Venom (Flash Thompson).

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Troides helena est présent dans le nord-est de l’Inde, en Indochine (Thaïlande, Vietnam, Birmanie), Malaisie, dans le sud de la Chine, en Indonésie dans l’archipel des Moluques, à Sumatra, à Bornéo à Bali et à Java.

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Troides helena réside en forêt primaire et secondaire jusqu’à une altitude de 800 m ou 1 000 m.

Troides helena est protégé.

Ce papillon figure sur une émission de l’île de Jersey de 1995 (valeur faciale : 60 p.).