Jenna Hagglund

Jenna Hagglund (New Brunswick, 28 maggio 1989) è un’allenatrice di pallavolo ed ex pallavolista statunitense.

Giocava nel ruolo di palleggiatrice ed è assistente allenatrice volontaria alla University of Cincinnati.

La carriera di Jenna Hagglund inizia a livello giovanile nel Cincy Classics e prosegue nel Team Z Volleyball Club e nella Lakota High School, prima di giocare a livello universitario con la University of Washington, disputando la NCAA Division I dall’edizione 2007 all’edizione 2010. Inizia la carriera professionistica nella stagione 2011-12 nella 1.Bundesliga austriaca, vestendo la maglia dello Schwechat, col quale si aggiudica lo scudetto.

Nella stagione successiva passa al Nantes, squadra militante nella Ligue A francese

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. Al termine della stagione, nell’estate del 2013 debutta nella nazionale statunitense, con la quale vince la medaglia d’oro alla Coppa panamericana e al campionato nordamericano e quella d’argento alla Grand Champions Cup.

Nella stagione 2013-14 viene ingaggiata dal Rote Raben Vilsbiburg, squadra della 1.Bundesliga tedesca 7on7 football uniforms, con cui vince la coppa nazionale. Nel dicembre 2014 firma a stagione in corso con l’Impel Volleyball di Breslavia, club dell’ORLEN Liga polacca; nel 2015 con la nazionale vince la medaglia d’oro alla Coppa panamericana ed ai XVII Giochi panamericani.

Si trasferisce in Italia per giocare l’annata 2015-16, vestendo la maglia della Futura Volley Busto Arsizio, in Serie A1, ritirandosi al termine di questa esperienza dalla pallavolo giocata.

Nell’agosto 2016, subito dopo il ritiro, ottiene l’incarico di assistente allenatrice volontaria alla University of Cincinnati.

Fuente de Cibeles (Mexico City)

The fountain of Cibeles in Mexico City is a bronze replica of the fountain located in the Plaza de Cibeles in Madrid that was built during the reign of Charles III by architect Ventura Rodríguez between 1777 and 1792. The Mexican version is located at a traffic circle where Oaxaca, Durango, Medellín and El Oro streets converge in Colonia Roma.

It was installed in Mexico as a symbol of brotherhood between the Spanish and Mexican communities in 1980 and remodeled in 2011 as part of a remodeling and maintenance program by the government of Mexico City. It is considered to be one of the most emblematic sites in the city, along with the plaza where it is located

The Fountain was inaugurated on September 5, 1980, by Mexican President José López Portillo, Madrid mayor insulated water bottle, Enrique Tierno Galván and Mexico City mayor Carlos Hank González. Féretro

The fountain is located in a plaza which used to be the Plaza of Miraville “created in the 19th Century at the intersection of the antique carriageway of access to the lands that belonged to the family of the Third Countess of Miravalle” Today they are Durango and Oaxaca streets. Underneath this plaza there was a well that served as the main source of drinking water for the Roma Burough This copy of the Spanish fountain was donated by Spanish immigrants to Mexico.

In 2011, then-Mexico City mayor Marcelo Ebrard announced that the fountain was one of the 67 monuments to receive maintenance and remodelation. The renovation included the “reintegration of missing pieces, restoration of bronze sculptures, rehabilitation of the water system, improvement of green areas and illumination with the objective of reducing electring energy spending 30%”. The re-inauguration of the fountain was on January 21, 2011, by the same mayor, the Spanish ambassador to Mexico Manuel Alabart, and Secretary of Works and Services of the Government of the Federal District, Fernando Aboitiz.

The group of sculptures measures approximately 12.5 meters long, 4.7 meters in width and 5 clear thermos.5 meters tall with a weight of 12 tons. It is located two blocks away from Metro Insurgentes and two blocks away of the Durango Metrobus station in the crossing of four streets: Oaxaca, Durango

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, Medellin and el Oro.

The fountain is located in the middle of a traffic circle surrounded by stores and restaurants that make up the Plaza Cibeles. Once a week, a flea market is installed and is commonly known as “el tianguis de la Cibeles” or “el bazar de Oro”

The fountain was donated by the community of Spanish residents in Mexico and was “erected as a symbol of brotherhood between both metropolis”, Mexico City and Madrid.

The ambassador of Spain in Mexico, Manuel Alabart, thanked the head of government of the Federal District Marcelo Ebrard for the renovations made in 2011 of what he called an “emblematic space” that makes Madrid and Mexico City closer, as well as for the “warmth and hospitality the city gives to almost 40 thousand spanish that live in the Federal District”. Ebrard also mentioned the importante of the emblematic work of the remodelation that “strengthens the ties of friendship between Spain and Mexico.

Even the trade surrounding the Plaza Cibeles is known for its Madrilenian style and influence. It has also become a tradition for the fountain to be invaded by fanatics of the Spanish soccer team in celebration of its victories.

The fountain consists of the statue of the goddess Cybele, Roman goddess of fertility, who wears a crown and carries a scepter and key, symbols of her power of Earth and the stations and goes in a carriage pulled by lions. The lions represent Hippomenes and Atalanta, one of the huntresses of the goddess Diana.

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Славянское благотворительное общество

Славянское благотворительное общество (также Славянский благотворительный комитет или Славянский комитет) — общественная организация в Российской империи, учреждённая в начале 1858 года кружком московских славянофилов в Москве как Славянский благотворительный комитет, имевший целью благотворение православным и другим славянам из добровольно собираемых пожертвований.

Побудительным мотивом для его учреждения было образование в Европе обществ для распространения среди южных славян пропаганды латинской-иезуитской и политической с целью уничтожить влияние России в населяемых ими оттоманских владениях; для этой пропаганды пользовались, среди прочего, возникшим тогда разладом между Константинопольским патриархом и болгарами.

Общество занималось распространением бесплатных книг, учредило премии за научные труды, помогало переселяющимся в Россию (преимущественно чехам), организовывало чтения рефератов о славянстве и славянских делах, финансировало открытие школ и церквей.

Общество было организовано кружком московских славянофилов в Москве 25 января 1858 года Александр II утвердил Устав Комитета.

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В числе первых членов Славянского комитета значатся: А. Н. Бахметьев, граф А. С. Уваров, Ф.И. Иноземцев, Ю. Ф. Самарин, Катков, Кошелев, Буслаев, Бодянский, Хомяков, Аксаков sport store water bottle, Павлов, Соловьев, Киттара, Смирнов, Ефремов, Драшусов, Александров-Дольник, Фон-Крузе, Майков, Леонтьев, Корсаков, Соколов, Максимович, М. П. Погодин, Бартеньев, князь Оболенский, Сухотин, Карамзин, Рачинский.

Первый председатель — А. Н. Бахметев, после смерти которого в 1861 году председателем стал М. П. Погодин. Затем его возглавлял И. С. Аксаков (1875—1878). Секретарём комитета с 1864 года был Н. А. Попов.

В 1868 году образовался петербургский отдел Славянского благотворительного общества, при котором работала «издательская комиссия» для издания книг. Первым председателем петербургского отдела был А. Ф. Гильфердинг.

С 1876 по 1900 годы заседания общества проходили в здании Русского Музыкального Общества в доме № 9 на Площади Островского.

После визита в Киев и встречи там с местной общественностью М. П. Погодин привёз в Московский комитет, прошение о создании отделения нового отделения. 28 Ноября 1869 года было получено уведомление № 3933, о том, что «Государственный Канцлер князь Горчаков не находит препятствий к открытию, в Киеве, по примеру Петербурга, особого отдела Московского Славянского Благотворительного Общества».

В особом собрании, состоявшемся 21 декабря 1869 года в киевской Фундуклеевской женской гимназии уведомление было зачитано. Членами общества стали: Председатель общества — Епископ Порфирий, вице-председатель — М. В. Юзефович, казначей — А. И. Линиченко, секретарь — В. А. Бильбасов, а также княгиня Н. А. Дондукова-Корсакова, киевский губернатор М germany soccer t shirt. К. Катакази, попечитель киевского учебного округа П. А. Антонович, ректор киевской духовной академии архимандрит Филарет, ректор университета А. П. Матвеев, Н. П. Задерацкий.

Устав Киевского Славянского Благотворительного Общества был утверждён 28 мая 1877 года.

11 мая 1870 года утвержден устав Одесского Славянского Благотворительного Общества

Вначале Общество финансировало учёбу болгар в русских учебных заведениях. Позже его деятельность значительно расширилась с помощью графини Антонины Блудовой. Комитет поддерживал русские школы в районах расселения западных славян.

Во время сербско-турецкой войны 1875-76 годов Киевское Славянское благотворительное общество на свои средства снаряжало добровольцев в Сербию и Болгарию, оказывало помощь пострадавшим в Боснии и Герцеговине.

В 1864 году с помощью настоятеля русской посольской церкви в Вене протоиерея, Михаил Фёдорович Раевский, (письма Одоевского) и его знакомые Вукa Караджичa и философа, филологa и писателя сербской церковной музыки Сандич Александр происходящих из Черногории, графиня Антонина Дмитриевна Блудова передалa финансовую помощь Свято-Троицкому Плевском монастыре «для монашеские кельи, что турки-османы сожгли в огне».

В связи с неурожаем в 1888 году общество помогало Черногории.

С 1899 года действовало в Болгарии.

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Paul Spurrier

Paul Spurrier (born 23 May 1967 Suffolk) is a British former child actor on stage, television, and film lint removers clothes, and a screenwriter and film director. He appeared in more than thirty different roles, with credits including Anna Karenina and The Lost Boys for the BBC, Tales of the Unexpected for Anglia Television, and the feature film The Wild Geese as Richard Harris’s son Emile. He also appeared in “Der schwarze Bumerang” – a little Australian/German TV-Serial in 4 parts in 1982. Here he played the role of the 15-year-old boy, had adventures in Australian outbacks with some aborigines.

Spurrier was educated at Norwich School, an independent school in the city of Norwich in East Anglia, followed by the University of Southern California and the London International Film School.

Spurrier worked for the Ministry of Defence in Great Britain and for such companies as Avid, 3Com, and Cisco before writing and directing feature films including Live on Arrival, Underground (1998), and P (2005). The latter was made in the Thai language in Thailand, where Spurrier has now settled. In 2007 soccer goalie, Spurrier was director of photography for The Edge of Empire—an epic historical drama about the birth of the Thai nation. In 2009, he was director of photography for 60 episodes of a Thai television series Nak Su Nork Sang Wian, the first time a Westerner had performed this task best reusable water bottle with filter. In 2008 and 2009, Spurrier was the international administration director of the Bangkok International Film Festival. In 2015 he directed the Thai feature film, The Forest.

Tom Kruse (postbud)

Esmond Gerald (Tom) Kruse MBE (28. august 1914 – 30. juni 2011) var et tidligere postbud på Birdsville Track i grænseområdet mellem staterne South Australia og Queensland i Australien water proof bag. Kruse blev kendt efter John Heyers film fra 1954 The Back of Beyond good reusable water bottles, og i året efter filmens udgivelse blev Kruse udnævnt til Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for “tjenester ydet til samfundet i the outback” soccer goalie shorts.

Tom Kruse blev født i Waterloo i South Australia, med Harry (Heinrich) og Ida Kruse som forældre. Tom Kruse var det tiende af tolv børn. Kruse gik ud af skolen som fjortenårig og arbejdede med forefaldende arbejde på lokale farme. Han fik imidlertid, på grund af den store depression, arbejde i “bushen” omkring 1934, hvor han begyndte at arbejde for John Pennas transportvirksomhed, der havde sit virke fra Yunta i det midt-nordlige af South Australia. Kruse giftede sig med Audrey Valma Fuller (kendt som Val) den 24. januar 1942 i Adelaide, og de fik fire børn: Pauline, Helen, Phillip og Jeffery.

I 1936 købte og overtog Harry Ding postkontrakten fra John Penna, og Tom Kruse begyndte sin første kørsel den 1. januar samme år. Kruse købte og overtog selv kontrakten i 1947, og solgte den igen i 1963.

Kruse arbejdede på Birdsville Track-postrute fra 1936 til 1957, hvor han kørte i sin Leyland Badger lastbil. Han leverede post samt andre fornødenheder, blandt andet købmandsvarer, brændstof og medicin til afsides beliggende steder fra Marree i det nordvestlige South Australia til Birdsville i det centrale Queensland, mere end 520 kilometer væk. Hver tur tog to uger og Tom skulle regelmæssigt ordne maskinsammenbrud, oversvømmelser og fastkørsler i ørkenens sanddyner.

Tom Kruse blev kendt ved udgivelsen af John Heyers dokumentarfilm The Back of Beyond i 1954. Mens filmen fulgte en “typisk” tur med Kruse, som viste de forskellige mennesker, han mødte under turen og den slags forhindringer, han stod over for, var netop denne tur instrueret og omfatter en række rekonstruktioner og en “forsvundne børn”-historie. John Heyer havde foretaget en studierejse med Kruse tidligere. Optagelsen af filmen begyndte i slutningen af ​​1952. Kruse blev udnævnt til MBE i 1955.

Ołeksandr Tomach

Ołeksandr Ołeksandrowycz Tomach, ukr. Олександр Олександрович Томах, ros. Александр Александрович Томах, Aleksandr Aleksandrowicz Tomach (ur. 17 października 1948 w Mińsku, Białoruska SRR) – ukraiński piłkarz, grający na pozycji obrońcy, a wcześniej pomocnika, trener piłkarski.

Wychowanek Szkoły Piłkarskiej w Czerniowcach. Pierwszy trener – Mychajło Pises. W 1967 rozpoczął karierę piłkarską w Bukowynie Czerniowce. W sierpniu następnego roku przeszedł do Metałurha Zaporoże. W latach 1976-78 bronił barw Dnipra Dniepropetrowsk, po czym powrócił do Metałurha Zaporoże. W zaporoskim klubie zakończył karierę zawodową.

Po zakończeniu kariery zawodniczej rozpoczął pracę trenerską. Jeszcze ucząc się w Wyższej Szkoły Trenerskiej w Moskwie w 1981 objął stanowisko głównego trenera Metałurha Zaporoże. Z zaporoskim klubem pracował przez 8 lat, a w czerwcu 1988 przyjął propozycję prowadzenia Nywy Winnica. Przez problemy zdrowotne ojca w sierpniu 1990 był zmuszony wrócić do Zaporoża. Najpierw trenował prywatny klub Wiktor Zaporoże, który utrzymywał Wiktor Oharenko. We wrześniu 1994 został zaproszony na stanowisko głównego trenera Metałurha Zaporoże, który walczył o utrzymanie w Wyższej Lidze. Właśnie jemu udało się doprowadzić klub do okresu najlepszych wyników w historii. Ale po czterech lat przez problemy sercowe był zmuszony zmienić zawód na krzesło wiceprezesa klubu. W marcu 2003 wrócił do pracy trenerskiej w klubie Systema-Boreks Borodzianka, który prowadził do końca 2003. Następnie trenował Polissia Żytomierz, a od lipca 2004 Desnę Czernihów, z którym pracował do 7 maja 2007. Potem obejmował stanowisko dyrektora sportowego w sztabie szkoleniowym Arsenału Kijów. Latem 2009 przyjął propozycję prowadzenia Zachodnioukraińskiej Akademii Piłki Nożnej, pomagając trenować reprezentujący Akademię zespół Skała Morszyn. W sierpniu 2012 powrócił na stanowisko dyrektora sportowego Arsenału Kijów, w którym pracował do końca roku. W kwietniu 2012 objął stanowisko dyrektora sportowego Metałurha Zaporoże. 7 listopada 2014 po dymisji Ołeha Tarana po raz kolejny stał na czele Metałurha. 24 lutego 2015 został zmieniony na Anatolija Czancewa. Potem do czerwca 2015 pracował na stanowisku dyrektora sportowego.

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The Heart of Juliet Jones

The Heart of Juliet Jones (traducida al castellano como Julieta Jones, Narraciones de Julieta o simplemente Juliet Jones) fue una tira de prensa creada por Elliot Caplin (guion) y Stan Drake (dibujo) en 1953. Distribuida por la agencia King Features Syndicate, su temática seguía el prototipo melodramático instaurado por Mary Worth (1940),​ mostrando en cambio un renovador estilo naturalista por Drake, quien recurría en parte al uso de referencias fotográficas. Tras el abandono de Drake en 1989, fue continuada por Frank Bolle hasta el 1 de enero de 2001.

En los años 50 y 60, la serie fue publicada en Francia por el diario France Soir, mientras que en España lo fue en la revista “[[Florita (revista)|Florita]” hacia 1955​ y en forma de novela gráfica por la Editorial Dolar en 1959​ y 1966-67,​ y por Ediciones Maisal runners gear belt, S. A design your own football uniform. en 1975.​

En 1984 fueron editados 2 volúmenes recopilatorios por la editorial francesa Futuropolis: Juliette Jones 1 : 1953-1954 y Juliette Jones 2 : 1954-1955.

Drake dejó la tira en 1989 goalie for soccer, y fue continuada por Frank Bolle desde 1982 hasta el 1 de enero de 2001.

La editorial estadounidense Classic Comics Press comenzó a finales de 2008 una reimpresión completa de la obra de Drake, habiendo editado hasta la fecha un volumen comprendiendo las tiras producidas entre el 8 de marzo de 1953 y el 13 de agosto de 1955.​ Su traducción al castellano fue editada por Panini Cómics en 2010.​

La acción transcurre en la pequeña localidad de Devon. La tensión dramática se logra mediante la interacción de dos hermanas bastantes diferentes: La morena y adulta Juliet Jones, que era modesta waterproof bags for kayaking, sensible y exitosa y la rubia Eva Jones, que era coqueta, voluble y siempre estaba metida en problemas. Su anciano padre también jugaba un papel destacado. Como explican Ricardo Aguilera y Lorenzo Díaz, Juliet

hizo de sus aventuras, por llamarlas de algún modo, una búsqueda constante del marido ideal. Y de la cocina, el instrumento mediante el cual podría llegar a realizarse como persona. Una vez casada, sus aventuras dejaron de tener razón de ser, así que se centraron en aconsejar a su díscola hermana pequeña en las difíciles artes de encontrar el marido ideal.​

Drake recogió el Premio a la mejor tira de prensa de la National Cartoonists Society en 1968, 1970 y 1972. Su serie tuvo gran influencia en España, propiciando el desarrollo del tebeo sentimental próximo que inauguro en 1958 la colección “Rosas Blancas”.​

The Heart of Juliet Jones es también el nombre de una banda de Ohio. Juliet Jonesin sydän, su traducción literal al finés, es el nombre de una banda finlandesa.

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Ford National Reliability Air Tour

The Ford Reliability Tour, properly called “The National Air Tour for the Edsel B. Ford Reliability Trophy”, was a series of Aerial Tours sponsored in part by Ford from 1925 to 1931 and re-created in 2003. Top prize was the Edsel Ford Reliability Trophy. Henry and Edsel Ford were shareholders in the Stout Engineering Company. In August 1925, they purchased the entire company, making it the Stout Metal Airplane Division of the Ford Motor Company. Their product, the Stout 2-AT Pullman, was a featured plane. The plane was also used by their new airline the Ford Air Transport Service glass water bottle brands, which started regular flights in April. The Flights out of Ford Airport (Dearborn) cross-marketed, and showcased Ford’s new interest in aviation.

This was called the First Annual Aerial Reliability Tour, sponsored by the Society of Automotive Engineers, with prizes for completion. The course was over 1900 miles with stops in 10 cities.

September 28, 1925 to October 4, 1925: 20 Entered, 17 Starters, 11 with a perfect score.

Perfect Scores – (unless noted)

The 1926 Air tour started at Ford Field on August 7, 1926. The event featured the unveiling of the prototype Ford Flivver. There was a field of 25 contestants. A new scoring system for time to “stick” and “unstick” aircraft to the ground helped promote the use of brakes which were unpopular at the time.

The new Ford Trimotor had a prop failure that shook loose one landing gear and an engine on one side. The plane landed hard in a field at Nova, Ohio. Walter Beech won in a Travel Air aircraft.

In 1927, fourteen contestants competed in the air tour. The winner was Edward Stinson in a Stinson SM-1. The Hamilton H-18 Metalplane “Maiden Milwaukee” placed second.

1928 featured destinations as far west as Washington state. The launch was timed the same day at Ford Airfield with the 22nd Annual James Gordon Bennett Balloon Race. Phoebe Omlie became the first female air tour pilot flying a Monocoupe. The route placed racers in San Francisco at the same field where Hells Angels was filming.

The 1929 winner was John Livingston who flew 5107 miles averaging 129.97 mph in a Waco, followed by Art Davis also flying a Waco.

September 11, 1930 to September 27, 1930:

Among the aircraft, a Pitcairn PCA-2 autogiro was flown by pilot Jim Ray, bringing rotary winged aircraft to the event.

From July 4, 1931 to July 25, 1931 was the 7th:

Time (magazine) wrote:

Sensation of the meet was the youngster Eddie Schneider, 19, who fell into last place by a forced landing of his Cessna and a three-day delay in Kentucky, then fought his way back to finish third, ahead of all other light planes.

The following comes from a New York paper:

The second day of the 1931 National Air Tour for the “Edsel B. Ford Trophy” today, was to find the 14 competing planes and a dozen accompanying planes en route from Le Roy, New York, to Binghamton, New York. From Binghamton, the tour is to fly south and west as far as San Antonio, Texas, returning to Ford Airport July 25, 1931. A holiday crowd of about 5,000 persons witnessed the start of the tour from the Ford Airport Saturday morning baby football socks. Colonel Clarence M. Young, assistant Secretary of Commerce for Aeronautics, came from Cleveland, Ohio to witness the start. Fifteen Army planes from Selfridge Field stunted over the field just before the takeoff and accompanied the tour planes as far as Walker Airport, Walkerville, Ontario At Walker Airport, where the tour planes stopped for a long luncheon hour, they joined the large number of planes participating in the Trans-Canada Air Pageant there. Most of the racers got off to a bad start from Ford Airport. Only flying a Mercury Chic, Captain William Lancaster, flying a Bird and Eddie Schneider, flying a Cessna, got away on time. Leonard Flo, flying a Bird cabin plane, was delayed more than a half-hour when he broke a tail skid just before the takeoff and the two Ford entries were 15 minutes late. The racers were timed from the minute they were supposed to take off. Other entries are Charles F. Sugg, Captain Walter Henderson and Jack Story, flying Buhl entries; James H. Smart and Harry Russell, flying Ford trimotors; Joseph Meehan, flying a Great Lakes; Lowell Bayles, flying a Gee Bee; Eddie Stinson, flying a Stinson and George Dickson, flying an Aeronca. Among the well-known pilots flying accompanying planes are Major James H. Doolittle, referee of the tour, who is accompanied by Mrs. Doolittle and Mrs. Ray W. Brown, wife of the assistant tour starter; Capt. Lewis A. Yancey, who flew with Roger Q. Williams across the Atlantic in 1928, who is piloting an autogiro in the tour; Walter E. Lees, Detroit pilot who holds the world’s non-refueling endurance record, and George Haldeman, who attempted to fly the Atlantic with Ruth Elder. Major Thomas G. Lanphier, former commandant at Selfridge Field, is accompanying the tour as far as Binghamton as a passenger. Night stops after tonight will be as follows: Monday, Bradford, Pennsylvania; Tuesday, Wheeling, West Virginia; Wednesday, Huntington, West Virginia; Thursday, Knoxville, Tennessee; Friday, Memphis, Tennessee; Saturday, Birmingham, Alabama; July 12, Montgomery, Alabama; July 13, New Orleans; July 14, Shreveport, Louisiana; July 15, Houston, Texas; July 16, San Antonio, Texas; July 17 and 18, Fort Worth, Texas; July 19, Ponca City, Oklahoma; July 20, Kansas City; July 21, Lincoln arsenal football shirt, Nebraska; July 22, Omaha, Nebraska; July 23, Davenport, Ia.; July 24, Kalamazoo, Michigan; July 25, Detroit, Michigan. The tour will cover more than 6,000 miles, visiting 18 states. The Ford Trophy will go to the pilot whose plane performs most efficiently, as judged by the scoring formula, over the entire distance. A separate trophy, the Great Lakes Light Plane Trophy, will go to the pilot of the plane of less than 510 cubic inches engine displacement which makes the best score.

The Tour was re-created in 2003 (September 8–24) from the plans for the canceled 1932 Tour. The 2003 Tour started and ended in Dearborn, Michigan, circling the eastern half of the United States, with enroute layovers at Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina and Jabara Airport, Wichita, Kansas (Fri.-Mon., Sept. 12-15). More than 30 vintage aircraft took part. Most participating aircraft were from the same period of the original National Air Tours. The tour covered 4,000 miles and 27 cities. The public was able to see a great many historic planes land and take off as well as ask questions and tour the inside of several of the larger planes. The 2003 National Air Tour Web site is: www.NationalAirTour.org

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Sie wurde ursprünglich in Polen gegründet. In ihr waren zunächst die Grenzgebiete der Slowakei und Polens vereint. Die tschechische Region kam am 21. April 2000, durch Vertragsunterzeichnung in Frýdek-Místek hinzu.

Hauptziel der Euroregion sind gemeinsame Aktivitäten zur ausgewogenen Entwicklung der Region, die Begegnung der Bewohner und Institutionen. Im letzteren Fall sollen vor allem Informationen und Erfahrungen ausgetauscht werden, die Arbeitsmarktsituation verbessert und die wirtschaftliche Entwicklung vorangetrieben werden. Gleichzeitig soll gemeinsam nach Lösung von Verkehrsproblemen und der Infrastruktur gesucht werden. Auch die Aufgaben des Umweltschutzes und der Lebensbedingungen sollen gemeinsam gelöst werden.

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Open innovation intermediaries are companies that act as a mediators and incubators between other companies that have commenced in an open innovation activity. Henry Chesbrough himself is a chairman at the Open Innovation Center – Brazil, a company that fully operates as an open innovation Intermediary between two or more companies that need to embark into open innovation activities. The focus of the intermediaries is that companies should make much greater use of external ideas and technologies in their own business and in turn allow unused internal ideas to go outside for others to use in their business. There are three main areas that branch out from what open innovation Intermediaries focus on best handheld water bottle for running. One is business model innovation. The second is management of intellectual property in a world of open innovation. And the third is innovation of services.

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