Francesco Morano

Francesco Morano (8 June 1872, Caivano, Province of Naples – 12 July 1968) was an Italian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Secretary of the Apostolic Signatura in the Roman Curia from 1935 until his death, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1959.

Born in Caivano, Province of Naples, Francesco Morano attended the seminary in Aversa, and the Pontifical Lateran University (from where he obtained his doctorates in philosophy, theology, and canon and civil law), the Royal University (earning a doctorate and a teaching diploma in physics), and the Studio of the Sacred Congregation of the Council (graduating with a diploma of lawyer of the Roman Curia) in Rome. He was ordained to the priesthood on 10 August 1897, and then finished his studies in 1900. Before serving as an officer of the Holy Office from 1903 to 1925, Morano was made an assistant at the Vatican Observatory in 1900. He was raised to the rank of Privy Chamberlain of His Holiness on 20 July 1918.

Entering the Roman Curia as a referendary prelate of the Apostolic Signatura on 21 April 1921, Morano became a voting prelate of the same on 28 December 1922. He was named auditor of the Roman Rota on 30 January 1925, and later Secretary of the Apostolic Signatura on 20 December 1935. Pope John XXIII created him Cardinal Deacon of Santi Cosma e Damiano in the consistory of 14 December 1959. Morano was the oldest of the cardinals elevated in that ceremony marinade to tenderize steak.

He was appointed Titular Archbishop of Fallaba on 5 April 1962, and received his episcopal consecration on the following 19 April from Pope John, with Cardinals Giuseppe Pizzardo and Benedetto Aloisi Masella serving as co-consecrators, in the Lateran Basilica. From 1962 to 1965, Morano participated the Second Vatican Council, during the course of which he served as a cardinal elector in the 1963 papal conclave that selected Pope Paul VI.

Morano died in Vatican City, at age 96 water bottle pouch belt. He is buried in his native Aversa.

Udstillingsstedet 1%

Udstillingsstedet 1% lå i Vendersgade i indre København, og gennemførte mellem 1997-2001 en række udstillinger, seminarer og koncerter med danske og internationale samtidskunstnere. Udstillingerne var med bl.a. Pierre Huyghe (F), Henrik Håkansson (S), Navin Rawanchikul, Rirkrit Tiravanija (Thai), Superflex (DK), Carsten Nicolai (D), Bigert og Bergström & Carl Michael von Hausswolff (S).

Sideløbende med udstillingerne blev Kunstmagasinet 1% udgivet med temaer i samtidskunsten, der relaterede til den aktuelle udstilling.

Udstillingsstedet 1% blev drevet med støtte fra bl.a. Københavns Kommune og Kulturministeriets Udviklingsfond og blev ledet af Jesper N. Jørgensen og Michael Thouber, der i samarbejde også kuraterede udstillinger til UKS Biennalen, Stockholm Art Fair, KulturBro 2001, Images of Asia, Cities on the Move Bangkok, m.fl.

2000

Finish Photography. Renwall Brothers / Heli Rekula (Finland) / Joukko Lethola / OLO (Finland)

Jimmy Young – the movie. Joachim Hamou (Sweden)

Bigert & Bergström & Carl Michael von Hausswolff. I samarbejde med Norrtälje Konsthall.

1999

Cities on the Move. Rirkrit Tiravanija & Navin Rawanchaikul (Thai). I samarbejde med Louisiana museum for moderne kunst.

Leisure Time Trial. Part 1: clues. Pierre Huyghe (F). I samarbejde med Århus Kunstmuseum.

Superchannel. Superflex (DK). Præmieret af Statens Kunstfond.

Evol Garden. Henrik Håkansson (S)

1998

Non-Stop. Magnus Wallin (S)

Volksboutique Fashion Show Template. Christine Hill (USA). I samarbejde med Københavns Universitet og Det Kgl. Danske Kunstakademi.

First Song of Seven. Annika Strøm (S)

Generated Memory. Henrik Capetillo (DK)

Playground marinade to tenderize steak. Mads Gamdrup (DK). Købt af Statens Kunstfond.

2001

Public Educational Tours – Annika Lundgren. UKS Biennalen, Bergen.
Et offentligt kunstprojekt, der førte publikum rundt i Bergen på en guided bustur med en fortælling, der blandede virkelige locations med en fiktiv fortælling.

The Future is Now! Louisiana Museum for moderne kunst, Humlebæk.
Videoarkiv med 40 deltagende videokunstnere fra de nordiske lande. Udstillingen blev præsenteret i den finske arkitekt Matti Saarinens Futuro UFO-hus, i Louisianas have som finissage for museets Millenium-udstilling.

Hz – Carsten Nicolai. Kunsthallen i Ystad
En omfattende skultpurel lydinstallation af den tyske kunstner Carsten Nicolai blev produceret og vist i forbindelse med Kulturbro 2001.

2000

TAXA Copenhagen. DCCD – Images of Asia
Udstillingen blev afviklet i en række københavnske taxaer forbindelse med DCCD – Images of Asia. Deltagende kunstnere var Oladele Ajiboye Bamgboye (Nigeria/UK), Jens Haaning (DK), Koo Jeong-A (Korea), Olaf Nicolai (D), Ben Sadler (UK), Andrea Zittel (USA) collapsible water bottle.

The Future is Now! Stockholm Art Fair.
Videoarkiv med 40 deltagende videokunstnere fra de nordiske lande football style shirt.

Moving Wall #1 – Jeppe Hein. Stockholm Art Fair.
Solo præsentation af Jeppe Heins første interaktive kunstværk.

Jimmy Young – the Movie. Joachim Hamou
Udstilling på Stockholm Art Fair, Lydmar Hotel og IASPIS i Stockholm samt koncert og afslutningsscene blev arrangeret under Stockholm Art Fair.

1999

TAXA Bangkok i samarbejde med Navin Gallery Bangkok.
En udstilling tilrettelagt i en taxa i Bangkok med følgende kunstnere: Henrik Capetillo (DK), Mads Gamdrup (DK), Christine Hill (USA), Jeppe Hein (DK), Pierre Huyghe (F), Søren Lose (DK), Carsten Nicolai (D), Navin Rawanchaikul (Thai), Superflex (DK), Annika Strøm (S), Rirkrit Tiravanija (Thai) og Magnus Wallin (S)

Ornitologiske Eksempler – Lars T. Mikkelsen. Stockholm Art Fair.
En kæmpemæssig installation præsenteret som et labyrintisk ornitologisk museum på kunstmessen i Stockholm. Installationen blev inden vist på Vestsjællands Kunstmuseum.

10. serierunde i 2. divisjon avdeling 3 2007

10. serierunde i 2. divisjon avdeling 3 2007 startet 21. juni og endte med Viking 2 – Fløy 25. juni 2007.

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Jonas Vølstad Fjeldsbø 48′
Håkon Eikrem 50′
Oddbjørn Sivertsen 56′
Svein Kåre Hjertvik 67′
Robert Tveit 70′

Thomas Tennebø 88′

Stian Berntsen 90′

Are Søderlund 87′

Morten Granum 55′

Mads Bøgild 60′

Fredrik Norberg 69′
Dag Åsmund Strøm 90′

Christer Pedersen 90′


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Hill of Ward

The Hill of Ward (Irish: Tlachta, formerly Tlachtgha) is a hill in County Meath, Ireland.

The hill lies between Athboy (to the west) and Ráth Chairn (to the east). During medieval times it was the site of great festivals, including one at which winter fires were lit at Samhain, the forerunner of the modern Halloween. It is associated with the figure Tlachtga, a druidess in Irish mythology who is said to have given birth to triplets on the hill.

The Hill of Ward is the site of an Iron Age earthen ringfort, which was in later times associated with the Kings of Mide of and of Munster. The hill featured in Irish tales of Tlachtga and her father Mug Ruith marinade to tenderize steak, who was said to have ridden his flying machine roth rámach over it. In 1168 High King Ruaidrí Ua Conchobair held a massive gathering at the site.

The hill got its English name from a landowner, Ward, who had been evicted from his land during the invasion of Oliver Cromwell in 1649 insulated water container. The land was given to a Roundhead soldier. The Ward family tenderize tough steak, whose forebears were landowners of the hill and after whom the hill was named, are living in County Meath today.