Praetorium Agrippinae

Praetorium Agrippinae, – aujourd’hui Valkenburg – est un castellum romain de la défenses des Limes du Vieux Rhin de Germanie inférieure proche de la Mer du Nord, dans le territoire du peuple des Cananefates.

Praetorium Agrippinae est indiqué sur la Table de Peutinger entre Matilo, aujourd’hui Leyde-Roomburg et Lugdunum Batavorum actuellement Katwijk am Zee.

Le castellum primitif date de 39, construit par l’empereur Caligula, qui lui donne le nom de sa mère Vipsinia Agrippine, décédée en l’an 33. En plein territoire du peuple des Cananefates

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, le castellum fortifié d’une triple enceinte avait comme garnison deux manipules et 60 cavaliers dry pak waterproof cell phone case. Détruit comme les autres castellum pendant la révolte des Bataves et des Cananefates en l’an 69-70, il a été le poste de garnison de la Cohorte III Gallorum Equitata.

Aux alentours de 180, les murailles ont été reconstruite en pierres et il est occupé par la Cohorte IV Thracum Equitata.

Il est abandonné entre 240 et 275, comme presque tous les forts du Limes du Vieux Rhin.

Il a été rénové en 305 pour servir au stockage des céréales destinées à la province romaine de Britannia.

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Les vestiges étaient bien préservés. Beaucoup d’éléments, des déchets organiques, y compris des déchets alimentaires, d’os cool football uniforms, de chaussures en cuir et encore de gréement ont été mis au jour. Des pièces de bois du casernement des soldats ont également été identifiées.

Écomusée de Lahamaide

L’écomusée de Lahamaide est un musée écologique du Pays des Collines en Belgique.

L’écomusée a été créé en 1975 dans le Pays des Collines pour présenter les traditions rurales. Le musée propose des pièces mises en scène à travers des objets propres à une époque. Celles-ci montrent leur évolution à travers les techniques et les outils. Ainsi, l’« Estaminet » recrée l’endroit convivial où il était plaisant de se retrouver autour d’une bière locale; les « Appentis du Plada » évoquent quelques-unes des nombreuses application du bois ainsi que les métiers qui s’y rapportent ; la « Forge » est un lieu de rencontres où se fabrique l’outil par le feu et est le témoin du travail du maréchal-ferrant ; la « Saboterie » fait revivre les ateliers des sabotiers qui étaient plusieurs au village à l’époque ; enfin le «&nbsp best meat tenderiser;Centre d’Interprétation de l’Agriculture » relate plus de 50 ans d’histoire et d’évolution des méthodes du travail agricole.

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Livewire (DC Comics)

Livewire (Leslie Willis) is a fictional character in appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. The character first appeared in September 1997 in the Superman: The Animated Series episode “Livewire”. Her first mainstream comic book appearance was in Action Comics #835 (March 2006).

In television, the character was voiced by Lori Petty and later Maria Canals in various tie-ins to the DC animated universe. In live-action Superman-based television series, she has been portrayed by Anna Mae Routledge in Smallville and Brit Morgan in Supergirl.

Leslie Willis was once a popular and controversial Metropolis radio shock jock. No one was immune to her venomous words, not even Superman. She took cynical joy in attacking him during her broadcasts. Among her audience, Lex Luthor enjoyed listening to her.

One evening during a severe thunderstorm, Willis was hosting a rock concert in honor of her third anniversary working at the radio station in Centennial Park in downtown Metropolis. Ignoring her producer’s warnings about the storms, the public safety concerns of Metropolis authorities, and the changeable skies, Willis demanded the show go on.

It was at about that time Superman showed up to help the police break up the event. Willis’ fans showed support for her by throwing stuff at the Man of Steel, when suddenly, lightning struck the stage, setting it on fire. Superman pushed Willis to safety as a second bolt of lightning electrified the metal tower on the stage; the electricity ran through Superman’s body and into a wire on stage which Willis then stepped on, shocking Willis and changing her appearance.

When Willis woke up, she saw that her skin had turned ghostly white and her hair turned blue and stood on end. She watched Superman talking to reporters on live TV about the accident: one reporter insinuated that Superman, fed up with Willis’s hateful, bigoted comments, may have pushed her into harm’s way to punish her for her arrogance. Willis angrily blamed Superman for the transformation caused by the accident and was about to throw a clock-radio at the TV when the radio suddenly turned on. It was not plugged into the wall, and there were no batteries in it. She discovered she could manipulate electricity.

Willis then escaped from the hospital by turning herself into an electric current. Confronting Superman, she had rearranged the electrons of the hospital gown she was wearing into a black leotard with a lightning bolt down the front and black boots. She then declared herself to be Livewire, and took over telephones, televisions, and billboards-effectively taking over all of the local media. However, she had to drain electricity to continue her takeover and Superman chased her to a hydroelectric plant and stopped her when he doused her with water. Again hospitalized, Luthor generously pays Willis’ hospital bills due to he shares her contempt with Superman.

She had a short-lived alliance with Parasite and later had an alliance with Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy.

Lori Petty voiced Livewire in Superman: The Animated Series and The New Batman Adventures. Maria Canals voiced Livewire in Justice League. Her powers and appearance have striking similarities to the controversial Superman Blue, although predating the arc by three years.

In an episode of the Justice League animated series, Livewire teamed up with the Superman Revenge Squad to get revenge on Superman. When some of its members were defeated and Toyman’s machine sent Superman into the future with them thinking that Superman is dead, Kalibak and Livewire later attacked the scene of the incident with Copperhead, Volcana, Star Sapphire, and Deadshot. When it came to Season 3 of Justice League Unlimited, Livewire later returned as a member of Gorilla Grodd’s Secret Society.

In the Superman Adventures comics, based on the DCAU animated series, Livewire makes an appearance in issue #5, “Balance of Power”, the two-part “War Games” (#22–23) and in the two-part finale (#65–66), “Power Play”, the latter also featuring Lex Luthor and Darkseid. She is portrayed more sympathetically in the comics, teaming up with Professor Hamilton and putting all of her energy into stopping Brainiac in “War Games”, which puts her into a coma until she awakens in “Power Play”, where she officially reforms.

In Action Comics #835, Gail Simone and John Byrne brought Livewire into the mainstream DC Universe, in the same tradition as Harley Quinn.

Much like the DCAU version of Livewire, before she gained her abilities waterproof cover for smartphone, she was also a shock jock. Going by the DJ name Leslie, her show was dedicated to bashing upon Superman every night, claiming that Superman was only saving people in the name of grandstanding and showing off. She also shows a disdain for fellow broadcaster Billy Batson, aka Captain Marvel. Her career as a shock jock was cut short when the owner of the station, Miguel, decided to turn the station into a country station (a reference to popular real-world shock jock, Howard Stern, who lost his first DJ job in a similar fashion). Miguel was also quite pleased that she was fired because his wife was saved by Superman.

Unlike the DCAU version of Livewire, she was born with the gift of controlling electricity. Enraged at the loss of her job, she went to the top of the station where she was struck by lightning. Absorbing a large amount of energy from the lightning bolt, her appearance changed to a chalk-white skin with blue hair. With that change, she decided that she would now take her revenge out on Superman.

Superman was weakened by his battle with the Queen of Fables in the previous issue and was unable to withstand Livewire’s attacks. Now too weak to fight her directly he defeated her by cunning, shorting out her powers.

In Action Comics #842, Livewire gets kidnapped along with most of the other Metahumans on Earth by a being dubbed the ‘Auctioneer’. This being scours the universe looking for unique items to acquire (often by theft) before selling them to the highest bidder. Livewire’s unique powers allow her, Superman and several other captives to escape their containment fields. She teams up with Nightwing, Superman, the Veteran, Blue Jay and other heroes in fleeing their situation and gaining intelligence.

A dampening field provides a psychological barrier against utilizing their powers. With the help of Mister Terrific, who communicates through Livewire’s natural electricity, the field is soon neutralized.

During the escape attempt, Livewire accidentally creates a link between the makeshift team and every single television on Earth. This proves hard to shut off. In Action Comics 843, the team confronts the Auctioneer. With great difficulty, Livewire gains control over the being’s communication systems. Under Superman’s suggestions, they threaten to broadcast the Auctioneer’s entire database to every alien system possible unless he agrees to release the heroes and leave the Earth alone. He reluctantly does so and returns everyone to Earth. The entire adventure was seen on every Earth TV and due to the Auctioneer selling the dramatic story rights, on many alien planets as well.

During this story arc she also shows that she is physically attracted to Nightwing.

In Teen Titans #51, Livewire is shown to be under the control of Starro.

She recently caused a blackout of Gotham City. However, she is easily defeated by Batgirl VI, who was wearing an insulated Batsuit.

During Brightest Day, Livewire is shown battling Wildcat after being possessed by the Starheart.

In the Superman: Grounded storyline, Livewire attacks Jimmy Olsen and takes hostages in Las Vegas to get the attention of Superman. Superman then puts a modified suit on Livewire, which returns her power levels to normal. She is arrested, but does not receive a hard sentence as she only damaged property, no one was wounded, and Superman spoke on her behalf. Iron Munro also chooses to use his influence in the justice department to help. When asked by Jimmy why he would help Livewire, Superman says that, in America, everyone deserves a second chance. With the help of Iron Munro and Serling Roquette, an employee of S.T.A.R. Labs, Livewire is declared reformed. She and Munro are given signal watches as part of an ad hoc ‘Supermen of America’ group that Superman recruits because he comes to understand he cannot be everywhere at once.

In the new continuity, Livewire appears as a member of the Secret Society of Super Villains after the events of Forever Evil. She has previously faced against Superman, who found himself unable to defeat her, since she is made of pure energy, and teamed up with Batman in order to do so. Her origin is later given in an issue of Batgirl, where it is revealed that Leslie Willis was once a popular vlogger known for her pranks and makeup tutorials. During a stunt where she tried to reroute all the power in the city in order to spell out a dirty message that would be visible from space, she was accidentally electrocuted, granting her superhuman abilities.

Livewire is a being of pure electricity, able to absorb vast quantities of electricity from external sources and transform her entire body into living electricity (her skintight costume is made up of ionized air). She can manipulate electricity (along with electric and magnetic fields) and generate lightning blasts of various intensities. Her lightning blasts are powerful enough to weaken or stun Superman. She can transform her body into an electric arc in order to travel through anything that will conduct an electric current, possess/control electronic devices such as computers and telecommunications networks, and even control the entire electrical grid water bottle for running handheld. In the comics (as stated by Superman in Action Comics #843) Livewire has the ability to broadcast the energy she has stored in the form of a coherent signal (radio wave, etc.), without directing the energy at a target.

Livewire’s main weakness is water. Even a small amount of water will cause her stored energy to go haywire. However, if she has enough power, she can survive being splashed without completely losing her powers and suffering only a minor drain. Livewire has to be drenched in water to be fully drained of her energy. She also has another weakness, silicon dust. When she is coated in a large quantity of the dust, its electrical resistance properties render her powerless.

When drained of her electricity, she reverts to her solid form and cannot use most of her abilities or transform into living electricity until absorbing at least a minimal amount of electric power from some source. However, even when depowered, she can direct the flow of free electricity from an exposed energy source to re-power herself.

In the episode “Livewire” of Superman: The Animated Series, when she wanted to recharge her powers at a hydroelectric plant, Livewire displayed extraordinary strength by lifting one of the power units that stored electricity that she could drain.

Livewire appears working for Brainiac in DC Universe Online: Legends.

Livewire appears in Injustice: Gods Among Us’s prequel comic series.

Grégory Coupet

† Kampe (mål).

Grégory Coupet (født 31. december 1972 i Le Puy-en-Velay, Frankrig) er en fransk tidligere professionel fodboldspiller, der sidste spillede for den franske Ligue 1-klub Paris Saint-Germain. Han skiftede til Paris SG i sommeren 2009 fra Atlético Madrid, men er ellers mest kendt for sin årrække hos Olympique Lyon. Med Lyon vandt han, mellem 2002 og 2008, syv mesterskaber i træk.

I den mere kuriøse afdeling, udmærkede Coupet sig i en gruppekamp i Champions League i 1999 mod FC Barcelona ved, liggende i luften, at heade en tilbagelægning fra Caçapa op på overliggeren, hvorefter han refleksredede den efterfølgende afslutning fra Rivaldo

Coupét har desuden i en årrækket været inde omkring Frankrigs fodboldlandshold, dog i en lang periode som andetvalg efter Fabien Barthez. Han deltog som reserve ved VM i 2002, EM i 2004 og VM i 2006, inden han efter Barthez’ landsholdsstop omsider var førstevalg til EM i 2008. Han var også med i truppen, der vandt Confederations Cup 2001.

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Roland Schwegler

Roland Schwegler (* 3. Februar 1982 in Römerswil) ist ein ehemaliger Schweizer Fussballspieler und heutiger -trainer.

Acht Jahre lang spielte Roland Schwegler als Junior beim FC Hochdorf, bevor er als 15-Jähriger zum Rekordmeister Grasshopper Club Zürich wechselte. Ab der Saison 2000/01 spielte er regelmässig in der ersten Mannschaft sports bottle for toddlers, bevor er sich 2004 eine langzeitige Verletzung zuzog

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Im Juni 2007 unterzeichnete der Verteidiger einen Vertrag beim FC Luzern furniture shaver, mit dem er in der 2008/09 erst in den Barrage-Spielen gegen den FC Lugano den Ligaerhalt schaffte. Auch bei Luzern erhielt Schwegler regelmässige Einsätze.

Nach drei Jahren beim FC Luzern wechselte er im Jahr 2010 zum FC Vaduz, wo er im Sommer 2012 seine Spielerkarriere beendete.

Schwegler absolvierte diverse Juniorenländerspiele für die Schweiz.

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Göran eller Georg Ingelgren, skald, född 4 maj 1782 i Väckelsångs socken, död 19 september 1813 i Stockholm, var ens svensk poet.

Georg Ingelgren var son till backstugusittaren Magnus Danielsson och hans hustru Marie Jonasdotter. Understödd av välvilliga medmänniskor

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Jämte sin landsman Elgström, med vars yttre och inre liv Ingelgrens eget hade en anmärkningsvärd likhet, deltog han i den nya skolans arbeten och har i “Phosphoros” och “Poetisk Kalender” meddelat några vackra lyriska stycken 1 liter water bottle bpa free, av mindre djup än Elgströms, men klara och välljudande särdeles i den beskrivande genren. Vi nämner bland dem den vackra Majsången, balladen Hjalmar och Emma plastic sports water bottles, Vintersång, Aftonrodnan, Avskedssuck med mera. Samlade är de utgivna, tillsammans med Elgströms, av Per Hanselli 1860 football uniform colors.

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Le cap Lizard est le point le plus au sud de l’Angleterre installer un phare au cap Lizard permet de signaler efficacement l’approche des côtes anglaises.

Un phare privé est construit, par Sir John Killigrew, en 1619 thermos water bottle, au cap Lizard en Cornouailles (Royaume-Uni), mais l’impossibilité de percevoir une taxe de passage conduit à sa fermeture en 1623.

En 1762, la Trinity House a une station, à deux tours alimentée au charbon, louée pour 61 ans à un certain Thomas Fonnereau. Les feux au charbon sont remplacés par des lampes à huile Argand en 1812, qui sont à leur tour remplacées en 1878 par une lampe à éclats alimentée par générateur électrique.

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Albertville (Schiffstyp)

Die Serie Albertville war ein Passagier- und Frachtschiffstyp von J. Cockerill S. A. in Hoboken für die Compagnie Maritime Belge (Lloyd Royal) S. A. (CMB). Da alle Schiffsnamen auf –ville endeten, wurden die nach Städten in Belgisch-Kongo benannten Schiffe international auch als Ville-Boats bezeichnet. In Belgien sprach man von den Kongobooten (niederländisch: Kongoboten).

Die Kombischiffe waren für den Liniendienst zwischen Belgien und der Kolonie Belgisch-Kongo bestimmt und fuhren bis zur Unabhängigkeit des Landes 1960 regelmäßig auf dieser Route. Das Typschiff Albertville lief am 1. Juli 1947 vom Stapel und wurde im Mai 1948 in Dienst gestellt. Die im selben Jahr abgelieferte Leopoldville wurde 1967 an die Compagnie Maritime Zaire verkauft, für die sie bis 1973 als P. E. Lumumba fuhr. Die 1949 in Dienst gestellte Elisabethville erlitt, bevor sie verkauft werden konnte, am 20. März 1968 durch Feuer an Bord einen Totalschaden und wurde Ende des Jahres abgewrackt. Das vierte Schiff, die Baudoinville von 1950, wurde 1957 in Thysville umbenannt und 1961 verkauft. Zuletzt fuhr sie von 1965 bis 1972 als Australasia zwischen Brisbane und Sydney. Als letztes Schiff wurde 1951 die Charlesville übergeben. Sie wurde 1967 von der DSR erworben und in Georg Büchner umbenannt. Sie diente als Fracht- und Schulschiff, ab 1977 als stationäres Ausbildungsschiff und Internat. Seit 2003 lag sie, als einziges noch existierendes Schiff der Serie unbreakable glass water bottle, im Rostocker Stadthafen und wurde bis Dezember 2012 als Hotelschiff genutzt. Im Januar 2013 sollte sie nach Litauen zum Abbruch verkauft werden. Ein Übernahmeversuch durch den Verein „Traditionsschiff Rostock“ scheiterte an der Finanzierung, mittlerweile bemüht sich „Watererfgoed Vlaanderen“ in Antwerpen um eine Rettung des letzten verbliebenen Kongobootes. Am 28. Mai 2013 wurde die Georg Büchner mit leichter Schlagseite nach Steuerbord vom polnischen Schlepper Ajaks aus Rostock geschleppt und befand sich in der Ostsee auf dem Weg nach Litauen. Am Abend des 30. Mai 2013 ist die Georg Büchner nördlich der Halbinsel Hel (bei Danzig) gesunken, die Umstände sind bisher nicht bekannt.

Die Schiffe konnten 248 Fahrgäste in einer Klasse befördern und hatten 140 Mann Besatzung. Die von Cockerill in Burmeister & Wain-Lizenz gebauten Schiffsdieselmotoren hatten bei Ablieferung der Schiffe 7200 PS Leistung. 1957 wurde die Leistung bei Umbauarbeiten auf 9250 PS gesteigert und damit eine Erhöhung der Geschwindigkeit von 15 glass bottle supplier,5 auf bis zu 17,5 Knoten erreicht.

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Heavy Metal Army werd geformeerd in 1980 en uiteindelijk hebben ze één studioalbum uitgebracht op 21 oktober 1981, genaamd “Heavy Metal Army”. Typerende van dit album was dat een zekere Mr. X (die later Kyoji Yamamoto van Bow Wow bleek te zijn) als gast gitaar speelt. Hij werd toentertijd als Mr. X genoteerd op de hoes van de lp, om problemen met toenmalig platenlabel te voorkomen. In 1993 verschijnt er een bootleg-cd die dit album bevat, uitgebracht via platenlabel Hot Metal Records.

Heavy Metal Army was één van de eerste bands uit Japan die een manier bedachten om mensen te choqueren. Dit deden ze onder andere met het dragen van swastika-armbanden. Toen ze hun debuutalbum hadden uitgebracht ging de band vrij snel uit elkaar. Sommige bandleden gingen verder als Eastern Orbit en brachten nog 2 lp’s en een ep single uit in de begin jaren 80.