Georg Wachter

Georg Wachter (* 23. November 1809 in Hall in Tirol; † 18. Dezember 1863 in Bozen) war ein österreichischer Maler

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Georg Wachter war das dritte der dreizehn Kinder des Salinen-Zimmerpoliers Matthias Wachter und der Katharina Schwaller. Er besuchte zwei Klassen des Gymnasiums und kam danach in die Lehre zu einem Fassmaler. Nach der Innsbrucker Zeichenschule studierte Wachter 1828–1830 an der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, wurde aber durch die Einberufung zum Militär aus seiner Ausbildung gerissen. Er diente acht Jahre lang und war als Angehöriger des Jägerregiments Kaiser Ferdinand in vielen Tiroler und oberitalienischen Garnisonen stationiert, wobei er weiterhin das Zeichnen nicht aufgab. Nach der Abrüstung arbeitete Wachter für die lithographische Anstalt Johann Kravogl in Innsbruck

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1847 ging er als Maler nach Bozen

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, wo er sich während der Revolution von 1848/49 bei den Tiroler Schützen auszeichnete. Er heiratete 1852 die einundzwanzigjährige Theresia Silbernagl, die Tochter eines Großkaufmanns. Ihrer beider zwei Söhne starben noch im Kindesalter. Wachter starb als begehrter Porträtist des Bürgertums und als angesehener Mann in Bozen.
Georg Wachter malte nach seiner Militärzeit zahlreiche biedermeierliche Genrebilder; verschiedene unsignierte Landschaften und Trachtendarstellungen werden ihm zugeschrieben. In Bozen entwickelte er sich zum Spezialisten für Porträts, die er mit großer Genauigkeit sehr wirklichkeitsgetreu ausführte und mit denen er großen Erfolg in der Stadt hatte. In seinen letzten Lebensjahren befasste er sich auch intensiv mit der Fotografie. Die meisten Bilder Wachters befinden sich in Privatbesitz; viele, die im Familienbesitz Silbernagl in Bozen waren

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, wurden im Zweiten Weltkrieg zerstört. Das Tiroler Kaiserjägermuseum am Bergisel besitzt einige Porträts von Militärpersonen

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The Oldest Confession

The Oldest Confession is a 1958 novel, the first of twenty-five by the American political novelist and satirist Richard Condon. It was published by Appleton-Century-Crofts. A tragicomedy about the attempted theft of a masterpiece from a museum in Spain, it engendered, along with other early works such as The Manchurian Candidate, a relatively brief Condon cult. Superficially it is what today would be called a caper story or caper novel, a subspecies of the crime novel—generally a light-hearted romp in which a gang of disparate characters bands together to pull off a substantial robbery from a seemingly impregnable site. The acknowledged master of this genre was the late Donald E. Westlake.
In spite of adhering to most of the informal rules of this genre, however, which include alternating comedy with scenes of dramatic tension and suspense and always building towards a powerful and surprising climax, Condon ends up thumbing his nose at most of these conventions and, for the last third of the book, it is clearly out-and-out tragedy that he is writing rather than comedy or straight entertainment. By then it has become apparent that, throughout the book, he has been writing about the human condition and its perils rather than merely regaling the reader with the story of an outrageous theft, no matter how ingenious its details.
With this initial novel, Condon clearly laid out the parameters for his next 24: a fast-moving, mostly tongue-in-cheek, semi-thriller narrative aimed at the general reader, peppered with occasional moments of grotesque horror and violence, all recounted by an omniscient narrator with a keen sense of irony and sardonicism, and always overlaid, to a greater or lesser degree, by Condon’s very deeply felt attitudes about America, business, money, greed, ethics, and morality.

In the course of his books, Condon frequently quotes verses or phrases from a work called The Keener’s Manual, in at least three instances deriving the title of that particular book from something in the manual. The manual is, however, as noted in greater detail in the Richard Condon article, an imaginary book whose lines have all been created by Condon himself. The epitaph to this first novel, which appears on the title page of the first American hardback edition, reads in its entirety:
The Oldest Confession Is one of Need, Half the need Love, The other half Greed
These, of course, are much the same words that Condon uses in speaking to A.H. Weiler of the New York Times as quoted just above.
Like most of the characters in Condon’s books, those in The Oldest Confession have little pretention to being true-to-life: they are, for the most part, colorfully drawn grotesques or funny hats. One of Condon’s great talents, however, is imbuing even his most exaggerated characters with enough lifelike or sympathetic features that their trials and often hideously unpleasant fates can be deeply poignant.
James Bourne, an American in his middle 30s, is the protagonist and anti-hero of the book. He is a superficially likable character, tall, physically powerful and intelligent. Bourne enunciates one of Condon’s recurring themes: that all businessmen are, by their very nature, both immoral and criminal. Bourne is shown to have learned this by working as a young man in his father’s insurance business for a number of years; he has been driven to the conclusion that all businessmen are, by definition, crooks and that it is no crime to steal from them

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. However, Bourne also believes that it is not a crime to steal from those who are actually friends of yours. The only truly honest people, he states throughout the book, are those who are avowedly criminal. But in spite of Bourne’s brooding introversion and his apparently genuine love for his wife, he is a totally self-absorbed and totally amoral person, ready to destroy all those around him through callousness, obliviousness, and solipsism. In this he is the forerunner of a number of later Condon “heroes” in books to come, the most notable of whom is probably Captain Colin Huntington RN (ret.), the cashiered Royal Navy captain who is the monomaniacally self-centered protagonist of the 1972 novel Arigato, and who, in spite of his stylishness, elegance, and cultivation, is directly responsible by the end of the book for the deaths of scores of innocent people.
Bourne is far from appearing in every scene. The number of other characters, however, is relatively small. Like Bourne, who perceives himself as the world’s greatest criminal genius, many of them are also superlatives in their own right:
And finally:
.. kelme 360 star.Victoriano Munoz certainly deserved to die for what he had done in my first novel….The admirable Duchess of Dos Cortes, who murdered him, was very religious, and I was her old deity, poor woman. She implored me for permission to kill him for his most heinous crimes against her, and I had to so rule.
The dozens of great masterpieces that Condon had glimpsed hanging in the darkness of the Escorial became, in The Oldest Confession, paintings hanging in the main residence of Doña Blanca Conchita Hombria y Arias de Ochoa y Acebal, Marquesa de Vidal, Condesa de Ocho Pinas, Vizcondesa Ferri, Duquesa de Dos Cortes, a 29-year-old beauty who was married to an aged degenerate and becomes the wealthiest woman in Spain upon his death. The long-forgotten paintings are coveted by an American criminal named James Bourne, who lives in a hotel in Madrid and has stolen numerous other valuable paintings from across Spain. His method is simple, though arduous and dangerous: he replaces the original paintings with undetectable forgeries executed by Jean Marie Calvert, a Parisian artist who is the world’s greatest copyist.
Painted in Paris, the reproductions are brought into Spain by Bourne’s wife, an upper-class young American girl named Eve Lewis, who loves Bourne in spite of his criminality

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. In the first few dozen pages of the book Bourne successfully steals, with no twinges of remorse, three masterpieces from the castle of his supposed friend, the Duchess of Dos Cortes, and arranges for his wife to smuggle them to Paris for a highly profitable sale. When she arrives in Paris, however, she discovers that the mailing tube in which the paintings were being carried is now empty. The rest of the book is the narrative of their downhill path, as well as that of most of those people unlucky enough to have found themselves in their orbit.
Although Bourne has always fancied himself a master criminal, he is tracked by other criminals who are equally intelligent. The downhill path for all of the book’s characters begins when Bourne is coerced into accepting a seemingly impossible task: to steal one of the world’s most famous masterpieces, the Dos de Mayo, or Second of May or Charge of the Marmelukes, by Francisco de Goya, from its tightly guarded quarters in the national museum of Spain, the Prado. Adding to the difficulty of the task is the sheer size of the painting: it measures eight feet high by 11 feet wide.
By the last page of what begun as a light-hearted caper story, all of the principal characters, and some of the minor ones, are either dead, among the walking dead, or incarcerated for life. The very last words of the book are an apt summation: “His ruined face stared. She screamed. She screamed again. She could not stop screaming.”
In 1955 Condon, then 40 years old and a longtime New York publicist and Hollywood employee of various studios, was the publicity agent for The Pride and the Passion, a film starring Frank Sinatra and Sophia Loren being shot in Spain. As he writes in his memoir, And Then We Moved to Rossenarra, he was present at a scene being filmed in the ancient rectory of the Escorial, the massive palace and cathedral outside Madrid. The enormous lights needed to film the scene
“revealed dozens upon dozens of great masterpieces of paintings that had not been seen for centuries, hung frame touching frame—the work of Goya, Velasquez, the great Dutch masters, and the most gifted masters of the Italian Renaissance…The idea of masterpieces of Spanish painting hanging in stone castles all over Spain, high and invisible in the darkness, stayed with me and gradually formed itself into a novel called The Oldest Confession….
Back in New York, Condon began turning his initial concept into a screenplay—until his wife pointed out, correctly, that he was writing it in the past tense instead of the present, which is obligatory for screenplays, and that it should be turned into a novel. Condon followed her advice and the book was published to favorable reviews not long afterwards.
Even before it was published in April 1958, twelve film companies had initiated talks about purchasing rights to it, a highly unusual amount of interest for an unpublished first novel. In a brief mention in The New York Times about the forthcoming book, “Condon explained without divulging details of the plot, [the theme] ‘Is one of need. Half the need, love. The other half, greed.'” The movie version was released in 1962 as The Happy Thieves, starring Rex Harrison and Rita Hayworth, and was dismissed by The New York Times as a “limp herring” of “the devastating first novel.”
The duchess was… a tribal yo-yo on a string eight hundred years long….
Bourne always sat uncommonly still… a monument to his own nerves which bayed like bloodhounds at the moon of his ambition.
…the giant gestures of throwing the ball from the long baskets as Van Gogh might have tried to throw off despair only to have it bound back at him from some crazy new angle.
…the dutchess [inherited] the ownership of approximately eighteen per cent of the population of Spain inclusive with farms, mines, factories, breweries, houses, forests, rocks, vineyards and holdings in eleven countries of the world including shares in a major league baseball club in North America, an ice cream company in Mexico, quite a few diamonds in South Africa, a Chinese restaurant on Rue François 1er in Paris, a television tube factory in Manila, and in geisha houses in Nagasaki and Kobe.
“It is greed with a social sense removed because what is there to be taken must be taken by the criminal consistent with his inner resources, eliminating envy, a much smaller sin.”
The crowd rioted at the bull ring…. Two children and one woman were trampled to death; twenty-six persons were injured, nine seriously. Two men, seated sixty yards apart in separate sections of the plaza, had been pointed at as having thrown the knife but miraculously had been saved from the mob by courageous police

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Gerald Walker, in the Sunday book review section of the New York Times of June 22, 1958, wrote a favorable review called “Urbane Insiders”. It managed to completely avoid giving his readers much more than a cursory clue as to what the book was about. One of his paragraphs (omitted here) was devoted to another, earlier work by another author about art forgeries, but, aside from that hint, his review is little more than generalities. It was, nevertheless, a fine inaugural reception in a most important media outlet for a hitherto unknown 43-year-old author:
Unlike most other first novels, Richard Condon’s is a fully controlled job of writing rather than an ardent grope. Written throughout with painstaking grace, not one scene or description is ever thrown away or treated in a commonplace manner. Everything is handled, and handled well, from the viewpoint of the cosmopolitan insider who knows everything there is to know about such urbane things as art critics, European customs inspectors, wire services, bullfights and fine food and drink.
And yet the one thing the author is unable to convey is any feeling of depth, of real mortality unfolding before the reader. The deterioration of James Bournes, Ivy League master criminal, is singularly unmoving even as one stunningly dramatic scene or ingeniuous plot-turn follows another….
Charles Poore, however, writing two months earlier in the daily Times, contented himself with a long synopsis of the story, finding “…a murderous sort of zaniness to Mr. Condon’s plot” and remarking that “With a technique that requires all surprises and revelations to be undermined by fresh surprises and revelations, Mr. Condon spins everyone deeper and deeper into the plot.”
Time magazine, the leading mid-brow American weekly for most of the 20th century, did not review The Oldest Confession. Over the next 30 years, however, they mentioned it at least six times, always favorably, and frequently as containing superior qualities that Condon’s later novels generally failed to meet:

Alney McLean

Alney McLean (June 10, 1779 – December 30, 1841) was a United States Representative from Kentucky. McLean County, Kentucky is named in his honor.

Alney McLean was born to Ephraim and Elizabeth “Betsey” (Davidson) McLean in Burke County, North Carolina on June 10

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, 1779. Alney McLean’s father, Ephraim, a descendant of Clan Maclean of Isle of Mull, served as a Captain at the Battle of Kings Mountain, and received a 600-acre land grant in what is now East Nashville, Nashville in payment for his service. Along with Colonel Elijah Robertson, brother of James Robertson (explorer), Ephraim McLean represented what was then Nashville, North Carolina to the North Carolina General Assembly in 1784, making him one of the earliest officials in what would soon become the state of Tennessee.
Alney McLean’s mother, Elizabeth Davidson, was the first cousin of Brigadier General William Lee Davidson, who died fighting Cornwallis at the Battle of Cowan’s Ford.
McLean pursued preparatory studies, likely at Davidson Academy (later Peabody College) where Ephraim was a trustee.
At age twenty McLean relocated to Kentucky where he was appointed surveyor of Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. In this capacity, he laid out Greenville, Kentucky, the county seat, and was elected a trustee of that city when it was formed in 1799.
On November 16, 1805, McLean married Tabitha Russell Campbell, daughter of Revolutionary War general William Campbell; the couple had ten children. One of McLean’s grandsons, William C. McLean, became an Associate Justice of the Mississippi Supreme Court. McLean’s nephews included John McLean (Illinois politician) and “Kentucky Longrifleman” Ephraim McLean Brank, who served with him under Lieutenant Colonel William Mitchusson at the Battle of New Orleans.
Alney McLean’s brother in law, Brigadier General Robert Ewing, was elected Justice of the Davidson County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions during the period of Andrew Jackson’s service as an attorney in Nashville, served as a delegate to the North Carolina Convention to ratify the U.S. Constitution and became Speaker of the Kentucky State Senate.
Other close relatives were Linn Boyd, 24th Speaker of the United States House of Representatives; Rev

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McLean studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1805 and commenced practice in Greenville. He showed little interest in politics until at least 1808

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. He was first elected to office in 1812, representing Muhlenberg County in the Kentucky House of Representatives from 1812 to 1813.
At the outset of the War of 1812

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, McLean organized a company of volunteers. Records show that the company was enlisted September 18, 1812. In 1813, he organized a company ultimately commanded by Lewis Kincheloe, then raised another company that he commanded personally under General Samuel Hopkins in his campaigns against the Indians and again under Lieutenant Colonel William Mitchusson at the Battle of New Orleans.
McLean, Kentucky Senator John Adair and others, later took offense to General Andrew Jackson’s charge that the Kentuckians “ingloriously fled” during the battle, and remained a political opponent of Jackson’s for the remainder of his career.
McLean was elected as a Republican to the Fourteenth Congress, serving from March 4, 1815 to March 3, 1817. He returned to Congress in 1819, serving in the Sixteenth Congress. After leaving Congress, he was appointed a circuit judge of the fourteenth district of Kentucky, a position he held until his death. As a presidential elector in 1824 and 1832, McLean twice cast his vote for Kentucky’s favorite son, Henry Clay.
Around 1820, McLean and his son William discovered coal on the family farm near the now-defunct town of Paradise. However, at the time, wood was more plentiful and convenient, and the discovery was largely overlooked. In 1830, the McLeans mined some of the coal and sent it to Russellville, Kentucky on ox wagons and via barges down the Green River to Owensboro, Kentucky and Evansville, Indiana. The McLean mine was one of the first commercial mines in Muhlenberg County and was later valued above other mines in the county because of its transportation facilities.
McLean died of pneumonia near Greenville, Kentucky in 1841 and was buried in Old Caney Station Cemetery, near Greenville, Kentucky. McLean County, Kentucky was formed from Muhlenberg and other counties in 1854 and named in honor of Alney McLean.
 This article incorporates public domain material from websites or documents of the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.

Theope archimedes

Nom binominal
Theope archimedes (Fabricius

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Theope archimedes est un insecte lépidoptère appartenant à la famille des Riodinidae et au genre Theope.

Theope archimedes a été décrit par Johan Christian Fabricius en 1793 sous le nom de Hesperia archimedes.
Theope archimedes se nomme Striated Theope en anglais.
Theope archimedes est un papillon d’une envergure d’environ 34 mm au dessus des ailes marron très foncé et bleu. Les ailes antérieures ont une bordure costale et une large bordure externe marron très foncé laissant l’aire basale et l’aire discale bleues

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Le revers est ocre foncé, plus foncé dans le partie basale des ailes antérieures

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, avec une bande submarginale plus claire chez le mâle, une partie plus claire couvrant toute l’aire postdiscale chez la femelle.
Theope archimedes est présent en Guyane

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, en Guyana, au Surinam, au Costa Rica, au Venezuela, en Équateur, en Colombie et au Brésil

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Il réside dans les vallons en forêt humide.
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Nemesis (rap crew)

Nemesis is the first rap crew from Dallas, Texas to enjoy popularity in the US and world-wide, thanks to their label, Profile Records, which was well known for bringing out many popular east coast rap releases such as Run-DMC, Dr. Jeckyll & Mr. Hyde, and Dana Dane. Originally, Nemesis was called “Sumthin Fresh” and consisted of rappers MC Azim aka Lawrence Azim Rashid, Bhumble Bee, and Eazy Roque aka Charles Roquemore who were joined by DJ Snake aka Don Brown, Big Al aka Al English, and Casanova Rock And MC AC. The rappers from Hamilton Park, MC AC From Oak Cliff and the DJs from Oak Cliff (both neighborhoods in Dallas) became part of the Dallas, Texas underground rap scene in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
As Sumthin Fresh, the group appeared regularly on KNON FM 90.9. Initially, they appeared as guests on Nippy Jones Freaky Fresh Friday afternoon show and after teaming up with DJ Snake for music production, they were regulars on the “All Hardy Def Party” radio show which became the metroplex’s hottest radio show at the time. The radio show, which was hosted by DJ Snake, Big Al, and Casanova Rock, was most popular to young Dallas hip-hoppers who had no other options or outlets for rap music. Every Wednesday night, from 9pm til Midnight, Dallas/Fort Worth listeners were deluged[dubious – discuss] with local artists, local sounds along with underground beats.
Sumthin Fresh became local stars and Bumble Bee, feeling that Something Fresh was a bit soft, decided to change their name to Nemesis. Nemesis released their first album entitled, To Hell and Back on their independent record label, Get Off Me Records

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. Bumble Bee left the group shortly after they signed with Profile Records, due to creative and philosophical differences between himself and the producers. Eazy Roque also left soon after.
This left MC Azim behind as the lone MC with the group. Big Al, one of the group’s producer/deejays then manned a microphone in order to help complete the project, and reinvent the group’s sound to feature more of bass oriented sound featuring beats by DJ Snake.
There have been various reincarnations of the rap group. which infused random affiliates such as Ron C and Joe Macc.
The group’s last known recording is 2000’s, Munchies for Your Bass, Da Return (Out tha Trunk, which was developed by Big Al along with a cast of up and coming Dallas artists such as Mabooda, Thyra, Trill Gatez, Big Pharoah, Throwed Johnson and more. The lead single, “Hold Up”, produced by Trill Gatez, received heavy regional radio play and this subsequently led to several offers from major record labels including Universal Music Group. While on a promotional tour in Louisiana near Shreveport in late 2001, Big Al became ill during a performance. He later died of natural causes.
Stylistically, they were inspired by many genres of music Gangsta rap, Miami bass

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Dj Snake went on to produce, mix and master tracks for many major and local artist, He then moved to Atlanta,Ga to work along with Too Short on his new record label Nation Riders/Jive Records. He produced and mixed artist Too Short, Lil Jon and The Eastside Boys

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Two in a Million

“Two in a Million” is a song recorded by S Club 7, released as the third single from their debut studio album, S Club, on 13 December 1999. The single was released as a stand-alone single in Australia and the United States, but in the UK, was released as a double A-side with “You’re My Number One”. It made its debut at number 5 in the run-up to Christmas, selling almost 100,000 copies, but later peaked at number 2 on the UK Singles Chart in January 2000. It was the first single by the band to be released as a double A-side, later followed by “Say Goodbye” and “Love Ain’t Gonna Wait for You” in 2003. “Two in a Million” is described as a slow ballad and has lead vocals sung by Jo O’Meara.

“Two in a Million” is described as “a song about falling in love, having somebody to comfort you, and someone to be there for you no matter what.” The song sees Jo O’Meara taking lead vocals for the first time. The album version of “Two in a Million” and the Boyfriends & Birthdays version (so named as it was the theme song of their BBC TV movie) are almost exactly the same, except the Boyfriends & Birthdays version has a slightly more robust instrumentation, taking on a more orchestral and R’n’B approach, and pauses the music during the last line of each verse right before the chorus. The latter is included on the North American version of 7. Moreover, the demo version of the song, as heard on “Miami 7”, includes loud pop horns in the arrangement, which were removed for album release

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. However, the horns were re-included in the 2000 version, this time at a lower pitch and a softer volume. The “single version” on the 2003 greatest hits album had different arrangements.
The single includes an exclusive B-side, “We Can Work it Out”, which was performed during episode eight of Miami 7, “Alien Hunter”. The track is a bubblegum-pop song with distinctively high melodies, and was again co-written by Mike Rose and Nick Foster, who wrote “You’re My Number One”. The UK release of the single includes the Miami 7 version of “You’re My Number One”, while the Australian release replaces this with the Jason Nevins remix of “S Club Party”. The US release opts for a completely different B-side, containing an exclusive club mix of “Two in a Million” by Mark Penchotti, which has never been released elsewhere

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The music video was actually shot in Los Angeles, California and sees the group all together in a house getting ready for a party. The video has a “black and white” theme to it, in that, in the beginning, the group are dressed in white clothes, and surrounded by white walls and furniture. The group are seen to be getting ready for a party; the boys are shaving in the bathroom and the girls are trying on clothes in the bedroom. They then sing together on a sofa. The group then move outside, where they continue performing beside a swimming pool. The colours change to black; they wear black clothes and there is dark lighting. People soon join them and the group sing and dance until the end of the video. The video has gained over one million views on YouTube as of 11 September 2014

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Pierre II de Courtenay

Pierre II de Courtenay (vers 1165 † 1219), est un seigneur de Courtenay (1183-1219), un comte de Nevers, (1185-1199), d’Auxerre et de Tonnerre (1185-1219) et un empereur latin de Constantinople (1216-1219). Il est fils de Pierre de France

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, et d’Élisabeth de Courtenay.

Il succède à son père dans la seigneurie de Courtenay et son cousin le roi Philippe II Auguste, qui l’apprécie ainsi que sa fidélité, lui fait épouser en 1184 Agnès, héritière des comtés de Nevers, d’Auxerre et de Tonnerre. L’année suivante, il en devient le comte, à la mort de son beau-frère Guillaume V de Nevers.
Il s’engage dans la troisième croisade aux côtés du roi Philippe Auguste et du roi d’Angleterre Richard Cœur de Lion, et revient en France au cours de l’année 1193

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En 1196, il doit faire face à la rébellion de son beau-frère Guillaume de Brienne qui, à la tête d’une armée champenoise, ravage ses terres de l’Auxerrois et assiège Vézelay (Pierre a fait fortifier Auxerre d’une deuxième enceinte en 1193).
En 1199, une guerre l’oppose à l’un de ses vassaux, Hervé IV de Donzy. Battu à Cosne-sur-Loire, Pierre est fait prisonnier et n’est libéré qu’en échange du mariage d’Hervé avec Mathilde de Courtenay et de la cession du comté de Nevers. À titre viager, Pierre garde les comtés d’Auxerre et de Tonnerre.
Le 15 octobre 1212, son beau-frère Philippe de Hainaut, marquis de Namur, meurt en désignant sa sœur Yolande, femme de Pierre, pour lui succéder. Ces derniers désignent rapidement leur fils aîné Philippe, pour assurer la régence du marquisat,.
Le 16 juin 1216 c’est un autre beau-frère, Henri de Hainaut, second empereur latin de Constantinople, qui meurt. Les barons de l’empire proposent alors le trône au roi André II de Hongrie, neveu du défunt, qui le refuse, puis à Pierre de Courtenay, qui l’accepte

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. En effet, il ne peut espérer à la cour de France qu’un rôle de second plan en raison de son rang et de ses possessions, et cette élection lui offre une chance de s’élever. Il reçoit les ambassadeurs à Courson-les-Carrières et vend ou engage une partie de ses domaines pour financer son expédition. Il se rend à Rome où il souhaite se faire couronner par le pape Honorius III, mais ce dernier est réticent, car il ne veut pas empiéter sur les droits du patriarche de Constantinople et craint que les empereurs suivants profitent de ce précédent pour émettre des prétentions sur Rome et l’empire d’Occident. Aussi Pierre et Yolande ne sont pas sacrés dans la basilique Saint-Pierre, mais dans celle de Saint-Laurent qui se trouve hors des murs de Rome.
Pour défendre son empire, il ne réussit à réunir que cinq mille hommes. Pour les convoyer il s’adresse aux Vénitiens qui lui demandent de s’emparer de Durazzo, occupée par Théodore Ange Comnène Doukas, despote d’Épire. Pendant que son épouse Yolande se rend directement à Constantinople, Pierre et les Vénitiens assiègent Durazzo, mais la ville, très bien défendue et suffisamment ravitaillée résiste. Comme le siège de la ville est un échec, les Vénitiens refusent de transporter son armée à Constantinople et Pierre décide de rejoindre Salonique par la voie terrestre. Il négocie le libre passage avec Théodore Ange, mais ce dernier l’attaque, détruit une partie de son armée et le capture. Il resta emprisonné pendant deux ans jusqu’à sa mort, annoncée en 1219.
Qualifié par les chroniqueurs d’emporté, chaud et violent et qui ne pouvait s’empêcher de se conduire avec impétuosité allant jusqu’à des extrémités fâcheuses envers les évêques et les églises, il a régulièrement été excommunié.
De sa première épouse Agnès Ire, comtesse de Nevers, d’Auxerre et de Tonnerre, il a eu :
De sa seconde épouse Yolande de Hainaut, impératrice de Constantinople, il a eu :

Rock Springs, Wyoming

Rock Springs is a city in Sweetwater County, Wyoming, United States. The population was 23,036 at the 2010 census. Rock Springs is the principal city of the Rock Springs micropolitan statistical area, which has a population of 37,975. Rock Springs is known as the Home of 56 Nationalities because of the influx of immigrants from all over the world who came to work in the coal mines that supplied the fuel to power the steam engines of the Union Pacific Railroad. The city’s rich cultural heritage is celebrated each summer on International Day, a festival where the foods, costumes, and traditions of residents’ ancestors are recreated and enjoyed at Bunning Park in downtown Rock Springs.
Rock Springs is the site of Western Wyoming Community College and Wyoming’s Big Show, a yearly event with a carnival and concerts which is held at the Sweetwater County Events Complex.
Rock Springs is located in an energy-rich region with many oil and natural gas wells.

One of the worst incidents of anti-immigrant violence in American history, known as the Rock Springs Massacre, occurred among miners working near Rock Springs on September 2, 1885. There are still remains of the old coal mining towns outside of Rock Springs.
Rock Springs was featured on 60 Minutes in 1977 due to corruption within the Police Department and City Government. The Grand Jury was called into session. The Sheriff, James Stark of Sweetwater County testified and no wrongdoing was ever found. A follow up was filmed 20 years later for the show City Confidential. The episode was named “Rock Springs: Deadly Draw in the Wild West”.
Rock Springs is located at 41°35′6.38″N 109°13′17.01″W / 41.5851056°N 109.2213917°W / 41.5851056; -109.2213917 (41.585106, -109.221392). According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 19.34 square miles (50.09 km2), all of it land.
The city is approximately 6759 feet (2060 m) above sea level.
Rock Springs has a semi-arid climate (Köppen BSk) with cold, snowy winters and warm summers. Precipitation is almost evenly spread throughout the year, with most months having between .50 inches (1.3 cm) and .60 inches (1.5 cm), but May is normally the wettest month with 1.20 inches (3.0 cm).
The average January temperatures are a maximum of 29.1 °F (−1

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. The average July temperatures are a maximum of 83.4 °F (28.6 °C) and a minimum of 53.4 °F (11.9 °C). There an average of 6.4 days annually with highs of 90 °F (32 °C) or higher. There are an average of 195.5 with lows of 32 °F (0 °C) or lower and 14.3 days with lows of 0 °F (−18 °C) or lower. The record high temperature was 112 °F (44 °C) on May 17, 1902, and the record low temperature was −37 °F (−38 °C) on January 12, 1963.
The average annual precipitation is 8.73 inches (222 mm). There is an average of 75 days with measurable precipitation. The wettest year was 1973 with 13.29 in (338 mm) and the driest year was 1953 with 3.79 in (96 mm). The most rainfall in one month was 6.50 in (165 mm) in June 1899. The most rainfall in 24 hours was 3.50 in (89 mm) on June 12, 1899. The average snowfall is 43.6 inches (111 cm). The most snowfall in one year was 94.0 in (239 cm) in 1975. The most snowfall in one month was 22.5 in (57 cm) in October 1971.
At the 2010 census, there were 23,036 people

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, 8,762 households and 5,849 families residing in the city. The population density was 1,191.1 inhabitants per square mile (459.9/km2). There were 10,070 housing units at an average density of 520.7 per square mile (201.0/km2). The racial makeup of the city was 86.4% White, 1.4% African American, 0.8% Native American, 1.1% Asian, 0.1% Pacific Islander, 7.5% from other races, and 2.6% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 16.4% of the population.
There were 8,762 households of which 35.8% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 49.9% were married couples living together, 9.8% had a female householder with no husband present, 7.1% had a male householder with no wife present, and 33.2% were non-families. 25.3% of all households were made up of individuals and 6.6% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.57 and the average family size was 3.07.
The median age in the city was 31.5 years. 26.4% of residents were under the age of 18; 11.4% were between the ages of 18 and 24; 29.4% were from 25 to 44; 24.6% were from 45 to 64; and 8.1% were 65 years of age or older. The gender makeup of the city was 52.1% male and 47.9% female.
At the 2000 census, there were 18,708 people, 7,348 households and 4,930 families residing in the city. The population density was 1,014.4 per square mile (391.7/km2)

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. There were 8,359 housing units at an average density of 453.3 per square mile (175.0/km2). The racial makeup of the city was 91.75% White, 1.07% African American, 0.86% Native American, 1.02% Asian, 0.03% Pacific Islander, 3.05% from other races, and 2.22% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 8.96% of the population.
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.5% were married couples living together, 10.2% had a female householder with no husband present, and 32.9% were non-families. 27.4% of all households were made up of individuals and 8.5% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.48 and the average family size was 3.02.
27.1% of the population were under the age of 18, 11.2% from 18 to 24, 29.2% from 25 to 44, 22.5% from 45 to 64, and 9.9% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 34 years. For every 100 females there were 99.2 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 98.2 males.
The median household income was $42,584 and the median family income was $51,541. Males had a median income of $44,809 compared with $22,609 for females. The per capita income for the city was $19,396. About 6.4% of families and 9.4% of the population were below the poverty line, including 11.0% of those under age 18 and 8.7% of those age 65 or over.
Public education in the city of Rock Springs is provided by Sweetwater County School District #1. Schools serving the city include: Desert View Elementary, Lincoln Elementary, Northpark Elementary, Overland Elementary, Pilot Butte Elementary, Sage Elementary, Walnut Elementary, Westridge Elementary, Eastside Elementary, Rock Springs Junior High School, and Rock Springs High School. There are also two alternative campuses – Independence High School and Roosevelt High School.
Interstate Highways:
I-80
US Routes:
US 30 (Dewar Drive)
US 191
Wyoming State Highways:
WYO 370 (Baxter Road/Airport Road)
WYO 376 (Circumferential Highway/Rock Springs Beltway)
WYO 430 (Hampshire Street Parkway)
Rock Springs is served by Rock Springs-Sweetwater County Airport.
Union Pacific serves Rock Springs.
Rock Springs’ sister cities are:
Rock Springs is served by two hyperlocal news websites, SweetwaterNOW.com and Wyo4News.com. SweetwaterNOW.com was founded in February 2013 and Wyo4News.com was founded in September 2013. Both sites provide original reporting, community updates and advertising.
Rock Springs is served by four print publications: Rock Springs Daily Rocket-Miner, The Mustang Express (formerly The Oracle – Western Wyoming Community College newspaper), The Marquee (a media and entertainment supplement published in the Rocket-Miner), The Green River Star (a weekly newspaper published in Green River) and The Sweetwater County Guide (a weekly shopper’s guide published by The Green River Star).
Rock Springs is served by a number of radio stations including KRKK, KSIT, KQSW, KMRZ, KYCS, KZWB, KFRZ and KUGR.
All television stations in Rock Springs are translators or satellites of stations located elsewhere:
The Sweetwater Cable TV Company is the local cable television franchise serving Rock Springs; the system offers KGWC, Wyoming PBS and ABC affiliate KTWO-TV from Casper, plus most major stations from Salt Lake City. There are a couple of local Public-access television cable TV stations as well.
Every year during July, August, and September the city holds a county fair called Wyoming’s Big Show. The event includes theme park rides, booths, restaurants and live entertainment. Rodeos have been a staple of the fair and famous performers are sometimes a part of the entertainment.
Rock Springs also hosts several festivals throughout the year, including the International Festival (to honor the city’s nickname), the Blues and Brews Festival, the Wyoming Chocolate Festival and the Rod and Rails Festival.
Rock Springs is also known as the “City Where Dreams are Made”.
Rock Springs is mentioned in the song “Coalminer” by O.A.R.. The song appears on the band’s album, In Between Now and Then.
Rock Springs is also in the opening line of the song “Sad Songs And Waltzes Revisited” by Mary Cutrufello. The song appears on the album Who To Love And When To Leave.
Parts of the television show Ringer are set in Rock Springs.
Rock Springs is featured in, and the source of the title for, Richard Ford’s 1987 collection of short stories.
A hotel in Rock Springs, along with the date 10/10/97, is the setting given in the opening lines of “I Keep A Diary” by Braid on their album Frame & Canvas.

Destinee Hooker

Destinee Dante Hooker (born September 7, 1987) is an American indoor volleyball player. She is a 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) opposite attacker. Hooker is a member of the United States women’s national volleyball team. She starred in both volleyball and track and field at the University of Texas.

Hooker attended Southwest High School in Texas, where she was a standout athlete in basketball, track and field

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, and volleyball. As a junior and senior, she was an all-state volleyball outside hitter. She was also the 2004 and 2005 Texas state champion in the high jump.
Hooker played on the University of Texas volleyball team from 2006 to 2009. In 2007, she was named to the AVCA All-American second team. She was then named to the first team in both 2008 and 2009. In 2009, she was the Big 12 Player of the Year and the NCAA Division I volleyball championship’s Most Outstanding Player, as Texas lost to Penn State in the finals.
In track and field, Hooker won the NCAA outdoor high jump championship in 2006, 2007, and 2009. She also won the NCAA indoor high jump championship in 2009 bogner ski jackets; her winning jump of 6′ 6″ broke the indoor collegiate record. She won four NCAA high jump championships overall.
Hooker joined the U.S. women’s national volleyball team in January 2008. Her first official tournament with the team was the 2010 World Grand Prix, where she helped the U.S. win the gold medal by averaging 4.76 points and 2.46 digs. She was also fifth in scoring at that year’s FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship.
In 2011, Hooker was named the Most Valuable Player of the FIVB World Grand Prix, as the Americans won the tournament again. She ranked second with 101 points scored during the Final Round. Hooker averaged 5.91 points and 5.13 kills in the FIVB World Cup to help the U.S. to the silver medal in that event. She was named the Best Spiker in the World Cup with a 49.53 kill percent and .419 hitting efficiency.
Hooker played in the first six matches of the 2012 FIVB World Grand Prix, which the U.S

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Hooker was born in Frankfurt, Germany, and resides in San Antonio, Texas. Her sister, Marshevet Hooker, is a track and field athlete who competed in the 2008 Summer Olympics.

Наккила

швед bogner москва. Nakkila
Финляндия Финляндия
Западная Финляндия
Сатакунта
5785 чел bogner одежда
31,6 чел/км²
Родной язык, % • финский — 99.15 % • шведский — 0.28 % • саамский — 0 % • другие — 0.57 %
Возрастные группы • 0 – 14 лет — 17.37 % • 15 — 64 лет — 61.61 % • 65 лет и старше — 21.07 %
184,88 км² 
   • процент воды —  1,1 %
Координаты общины: 61°22′ с. ш. 022°00′ в. д. / 61.367° с. ш. 22.000° в. д. / 61.367; 22.000 (G) (O)Координаты: 61°22′ с. ш. 022°00′ в. д. / 61.367° с. ш. 22.000° в. д. / 61.367; 22.000 (G) (O)
UTC+2 bogner москва, летом UTC+3
Nakkila
www.nakkila.fi/  (фин.)  (англ.)  (швед.)  (сев.-саам.)

Наккила (фин. Nakkila) — община в провинции Сатакунта, губерния Западная Финляндия, Финляндия. Общая площадь территории — 184,88 км², из которых 1,97 км² — вода.
На 31 января 2011 года в общине Наккила проживают 5785 человек: 2881 мужчин и 2904 женщин.
Финский язык является родным для 99,15% жителей, шведский — для 0,28%. Прочие языки являются родными для 0,57% жителей общины.
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