James H. Dillard House

The James H. Dillard House is a historic house at 571 Audubon Street in New Orleans, Louisiana. Built in the 19th century, it was from 1894 to 1913 the residence of James H. Dillard (1856-1940), a leading white educator of African-Americans across the American South during a period of difficult race relations. It was declared a National Historic Landmark on December 2, 1974.

The house is located in the Black Pearl neighborhood of New Orleans, on the east side of Audubon Street between St. Charles Avenue and Dominican Street. It is a roughly cruciform single-story wood frame structure, with a main hip-roofed central section, from which other elements project to the front and rear. The front projection is gable-roofed, with a four-column neoclassical portico. The house’s construction date is not known how to make meat tenderizer at home, but it has not had substantial alterations since the turn of the 20th century, the period of Dillard’s ownership.

James H. Dillard was a Virginia native who was educated as a lawyer, but chose to work as a teacher and school administrator. In 1891, he was appointed professor of Latin at Tulane University, and moved to New Orleans water bottle glass. He quickly rose in prominence in both academic and civic circles, and was invited run for mayor. He forged relations with both white and African-American academic communities during this period, when race relations were particularly difficult. By 1905, he was serving as a trustee of a number of African-American colleges, and in 1908 took over leadership of the Negro Rural School Fund. Dillard University is named in his honor.

Window Maker

Window Maker es un gestor de ventanas minimalista escrito por Alfredo Kojima. Trata de emular la interface NeXT y es el gestor oficial del proyecto GNUstep. Funciona en la mayoría de los servidores X, tales como XFree86 o X.Org.

Window Maker fue creado y programado principalmente por Alfredo Kojima, un programador brasileño glass bottles with lids for drinking, para el entorno de escritorio GNUstep french meat pie recipe. Originalmente fue conocido como una versión mejorada del gestor de ventanas AfterStep.

La herramienta de configuración permite editar el menú de aplicaciones gráficamente, de una manera muy versátil, que consiste en guardar las configuraciones en el archivo de texto ~/GNUstep/Defaults/WMRootMenu, el cual puede ser fácilmente leído y editado (o automáticamente generado si se tiene una lista de las aplicaciones instaladas en otro lugar).

Los ítems del menú se pueden establecer para:

Algunas distribuciones GNU/Linux establecen su propio menú de aplicaciones para Window Maker, aunque comúnmente estos no pueden ser editados usando la herramienta de configuración (la cual, sin embargo, ofrece la posibilidad de reemplazar un menú desconocido por el menú predeterminado, el cual se puede editar normalmente).

El nombre original del programa era WindowMaker (sin el espacio), hasta que se presentó un conflicto con el nombre del antiguo producto Windowmaker, perteneciente a la empresa , productora de software para ventanas y puertas. Un acuerdo entre los desarrolladores de Window Maker y Windowmaker Software en 1998 especificó que “Window Maker” (en el sentido de X Window) no se debería utilizar nunca como una sola palabra.

Maple Leafs–Red Wings rivalry

1929 Quarterfinals: Maple Leafs, 2–0
1934 Semifinals: Red Wings, 3–2
1936 Stanley Cup Finals: Red Wings, 3–1
1939 Semifinals: Maple Leafs, 2–1
1940 Semifinals: Maple Leafs, 2–0
1942 Stanley Cup Finals: Maple Leafs, 4–3
1943 Semifinals: Red Wings, 4–2
1945 Stanley Cup Finals: Maple Leafs, 4–3
1947 Semifinals: Maple Leafs, 4–1
1948 Stanley Cup Finals: Maple Leafs, 4–0
1949 Stanley Cup Finals: Maple Leafs, 4–0
1950 Semifinals: Red Wings, 4–3
1952 Semifinals: Red Wings, 4–0
1954 Semifinals: Red Wings, 4–1
1955 Semifinals: Red Wings, 4–0
1956 Semifinals: Red Wings, 4–1
1960 Semifinals: Maple Leafs, 4–2
1961 Semifinals: Red Wings, 4–1
1963 Stanley Cup Finals: Maple Leafs, 4–1
1964 Stanley Cup Finals: Maple Leafs, 4–3
1987 Norris Division Finals: Red Wings stainless steel water bottle manufacturers, 4–3
1988 Norris Division Semifinals: Red Wings, 4–2

The Maple Leafs–Red Wings rivalry is a National Hockey League (NHL) rivalry between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Detroit Red Wings. The rivalry is largely bolstered because of the proximity between the two teams, with Toronto and Detroit approximately 370 kilometres (230 mi) apart, connected by Ontario Highway 401, and a number of shared fans in between the two cities (particularly in markets such as Windsor, Ontario). The teams both compete in the Atlantic Division and with current NHL scheduling, they meet four to five times per season.

Both teams are Original Six teams, with their first game played in Detroit’s inaugural season in 1927. From 1929-1993, the two teams met each other in the 16 playoff series, and faced each other in seven Stanley Cup Finals. Meeting each other a combined 23 times in the postseason, the two teams have played each other in more postseason series than any other two teams in NHL history with the exception of the Bruins and Canadiens, who have played a total of 34 postseason series. Toronto has won 12 of the series.

As of the end of December 2017, the Maple Leafs are one of only four teams with a winning overall record against the Red Wings (the Montreal Canadiens, Boston Bruins and Philadelphia Flyers are the other three).

The series began on January 4, 1927, when the Toronto St. Patricks (renamed Maple Leafs the next month) met the Detroit Cougars (renamed Red Wings in 1932) for the first time. In the match-up, the St. Patricks earned a 2–1 victory against the Cougars at Border Cities Arena (the Cougars played in Windsor, Ontario for the 1926–27 NHL season, while the Olympia Stadium was under construction). The Red Wings played their first Stanley Cup playoff series against the Maple Leafs following the 1928–29 NHL season. The Maple Leafs won the series 2-0.

The first time the Red Wings scored in double digits was against the Maple Leafs, in a 10–1 rout at Olympia Stadium on December 25, 1930. The Maple Leafs recorded their own franchise record shutout on January 2, 1971, when the Maple Leafs shut out the Red Wings 13-0 at Maple Leaf Gardens. Both games would be the largest goal differential each team recorded on each other.

The Red Wings won their first Stanley Cup in 1936, after defeating the Maple Leafs at Maple Leaf Gardens. However, the Maple Leafs won the next six Cup Finals played between the two teams. The 1936 Stanley Cup victory coincided with several other recent accomplishments for the city of Detroit, including the rise of Joe Louis in the professional boxing world, the Detroit Tigers winning their first World Series in 1935, and the Detroit Lions winning their first NFL championship in 1935. Following the Red Wings’ Stanley Cup victory on April 11, 1936, April 18, 1936 was declared Champions Day by the state Governor, Frank Fitzgerald, in order to commemorate sporting victories and accomplishments by Detroit natives and teams in the early 1930s.

The 1940 Stanley Cup semifinals between the Maple Leafs and Red Wings was especially notable with the second game devolving into a brawl. The tone of the game was set early when Maple Leafs’ defenceman, Rudolph Kampman, injured Red Wings’ forward Cecil Dillon who became unable to play the rest of the night. In the second period, Maple Leafs’ Red Horner and Red Wings’ Alex Motter fought on the ice and continued to do so in the penalty box with local police called in to break it up. Later in the same frame, Red Wings’ Don Grosso lifted Maple Leafs’ Hank Goldup over the boards, dropping him on the cement floor. Goldup had to be assisted off the ice.

Near the end of the third period, Sid Abel scored for the Red Wings to narrow the Maple Leafs’ lead to 3–1. However, a melee erupted when Abel and Maple Leafs’ Gus Marker engaged one another. Within an instant, every player on the ice engaged an opponent in a fight, with players from both benches going over the boards to join them. The brawl lasted for more than 10 minutes with the last two engaged players being Jimmy Orlando and Horner. When peace was restored, the referee assessed majors and misconducts to Gus Marker and Abel, a major to Orlando, and a misconduct to Horner, who left the penalty box to join the altercation. At the games conclusion, Red Wings’ coach Jack Adams had his own altercation. As the Red Wings headed towards their own dressing room, a fan attempted to assault Adams before he punched the fan himself.

The rivalry between the Maple Leafs and Red Wings was at its height during the Original Six-era (1942–67), with the majority of Maple Leafs and Red Wings postseason meetings occurring in this period. The Maple Leafs and Red Wings met in the postseason six times during the 1940s, including four Stanley Cup finals. The Maple Leafs beat the Red Wings in five of their six meetings, except in the 1943 semifinals. In the 1950s, the Maple Leafs and Red Wings met one another in six Stanley Cup semifinals; the Red Wings beat the Maple Leafs in five of their six meetings best meat tenderizer tool, excluding the 1960 semifinals. From 1961 to 1967, the two teams met one another in three playoff series, including two Stanley Cup finals. Within those 25 years, the Maple Leafs and Red Wings played a total of 15 postseason series including six Cup Finals; the Maple Leafs beat the Red Wings in all six Cup Finals.

The rivalry intensified in the 1942 Stanley Cup Finals. After losing the first three games, the Maple Leafs won the next four to win the series 4–3, winning their fourth Stanley Cup. It was the first Cup Final in history to go seven games, and the only time in North American sports that a team won a best-of-seven championship series, after losing the first three games. There were several tense moments throughout the series.

In the fourth game, held in Detroit, the Maple Leafs staved off elimination with a 4–3 victory. The game ended in a near-riot when in the final minute, Red Wings’ Eddie Wares drew a misconduct penalty and then a $50 fine for arguing and refusing to leave the ice. Referee Mel Harwood dropped the puck for the faceoff while Wares was still on the ice and he promptly called a too-many-men penalty on Don Grosso. Grosso threw down his stick and gloves and was fined $25 by Harwood. At the end of the game, Red Wings’ coach Jack Adams attacked Harwood, punching him in the face following a profanity-laced outburst. The fans booed the officiating, littering the ice with paper, peanuts, and even a woman’s shoe. NHL president Frank Calder and referee Harwood were escorted out of the rink under police protection. Calder immediately suspended Adams indefinitely and imposed $100 fines on Grosso and Wares.

Game seven of the series was the first time a crowd of over 16,000 attended a hockey game in Canada. 16,218 fans squeezed into Maple Leaf Gardens and remained an hour after the game waiting for the Leafs to reappear from the dressing room. Coach Hap Day, who played for the Leafs in their last Stanley Cup win in 1932, deadpanned “We won it the hard way.” He was asked if he had any doubts during the series, and replied “I had my doubts right up until that final bell rang.” Rookie Gaye Stewart, who joined the club for the fifth game of the final, became the youngest player to win the Stanley Cup as he was still 18 years of age.

The Maple Leafs and Red Wings met in their third Cup Finals series in 1945. This series was the first Cup Final in NHL history where both teams started rookie goaltenders. In the first three games, Maple Leafs goaltender, Frank McCool did not allow the Red Wings to score a single goal. This was the first time one team shut out the other for the first three games in Stanley Cup Finals history. In addition, the Maple Leafs now stood one win away from sweeping the Red Wings, as the Red Wings’ Mud Bruneteau noted after game three. However, the series played out similarly to the last time the two teams met in the Finals, in 1942, when the Maple Leafs, down 0–3 forced a seventh game, this time with Detroit winning the next three games to force a seventh game.

In game four, the Maple Leafs had a chance to win the Cup at home, but the Red Wings got on the board for the first time in the series when Flash Hollett opened the scoring 8:35 into the game, ending McCool’s shutout streak at 193:09 (dating back to the semifinals against Montreal). Four other Red Wings players, including rookie Ted Lindsay (who scored what transpired to be the game-winner at 3:20 of the third period), scored to overcome Ted Kennedy’s hat trick. Games five and six were Harry Lumley’s time to shine, shutting out the Leafs, including an overtime shutout in the sixth game, and extending the Finals. The series returned to Detroit for a seventh game cute reusable water bottles, with the Red Wings hoping to avenge their “choking” against the Leafs in 1942.

Maple Leafs’ coach Hap Day almost had to eat his words of a few years back when he said of the Leafs’ 1942 comeback from being down 3–0 in games, “There will never be another experience like this.” Babe Pratt, however, scored the winning goal in a 2–1 victory that saved the Maple Leafs from being victim of another comeback win by the Red Wings. Lumley left the ice almost immediately after the end of the game, but a Detroit Olympia crowd chant of “We want Lumley!” brought him back. This is the first time in the history of game sevens of the Stanley Cup Finals that the home team did not win. The home team did not lose a game seven final again until the Montreal Canadiens beat the Chicago Black Hawks in 1971.

By 1950, the two teams met one another 11 times in the post-season. The rivalry heightened to a fever pitch due to an incident in the 1950 playoffs when the Red Wings’ young star, Gordie Howe, mistimed a check on Maple Leafs’ Ted Kennedy and fell head-first into the boards, suffering severe injuries and needing emergency surgery to save his life. While Kennedy was exonerated by the NHL, Red Wings’ management and fans accused him of deliberately injuring Howe. The result was a violent playoff series won by the Red Wings and increased animosity between the teams.

The rivalry grew so fierce that when the New York Rangers reached the 1950 Stanley Cup Finals to face the Red Wings, but could not play in their home rink, Madison Square Garden, because the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus were using the arena, New York arranged to play home games in Toronto, whose fans held a deep enmity against the Red Wings.

In the 1956 semifinals series between the Maple Leafs and the Red Wings, an anonymous caller to a Toronto newspaper claimed he would shoot Red Wings’ stars Howe and Lindsay when they took the ice at Maple Leaf Gardens for game three. Howe and Lindsay combined for three goals in Detroit’s 5–4 win, with Lindsay turning his stick like a rifle, pointing it at the Toronto crowd, circling the rink while making machine gun noises. The Red Wings would win the semifinals series 4–1.

The rivalry further intensified in the 1950s when relations between Red Wings star Red Kelly and Red Wings General Manager Jack Adams had deteriorated. Angered over a magazine article where Kelly had suggested the Red Wings forced him to play with a broken ankle in the 1958–59 NHL season, Adams traded the all-star to the Maple Leafs. When the Maple Leafs eliminated the Red Wings in the 1960 playoffs, Kelly couldn’t resist another jab at Adams, telling the Ottawa Journal “it’s nice to be with a winner.”

The teams met in two Cup Finals in 1963 and 1964. The 1964 Cup Finals became well known because of the heroics of Leafs defenceman Bobby Baun. In game six, he was taken off the ice with an injury that later would be diagnosed as a broken leg. Baun eventually returned to the game and scored the OT winner to even the series at 3–3. The Leafs went on to win game seven and win the Cup, part in thanks to Baun’s unlikely heroics earlier in the series.

On March 27, 1973, Mickey Redmond scored two goals on Maple Leafs goalie Ron Low in a span of 18 seconds to become the Red Wings’ first ever 50-goal scorer in an 8–1 victory. On November 5, 1975, in one of the scariest incidents to ever take place at Maple Leaf Gardens, Red Wings forward, Dan Maloney, repeatedly beat Maple Leafs defenceman Brian Glennie’s head off the ice until he went limp. Maloney was charged with assault causing bodily harm, part of a crackdown on hockey violence by Ontario attorney general Roy McMurtry. A plea bargain left Maloney performing community service work while being banned from playing in Toronto for two years. Ironically, Maloney subsequently played for the Maple Leafs from 1977–82, then served as their head coach from 1984–86.

On January 13, 1986, the Maple Leafs and Red Wings played a regular season game that involved a brawl lasting nearly 20 minutes. After the Leafs scored their sixth goal, the Red Wings’ head coach, Brad Park, sent his players over the boards, and Leafs head coach Dan Maloney followed suit. During the brawl Maple Leafs assistant coach John Brophy attempted to engage Park, although he was held back by the usher. By the games conclusion, the Maple Leafs won 7–4, and over 281 minutes in penalties was assessed, with 171 minutes from the third-period brawl alone. Red Wings enforcer, Bob Probert, was issued a four-game suspension for head-butting, while Lane Lambert was given a three-game suspension for being the first Red Wing to leave the bench and instigate the brawl.

Since the end of the Original Six-era, the Maple Leafs and Red Wings have met other only three times in the post-season. In those three series, the Red Wings beat the Maple Leafs twice, in the 1987 Norris Division Finals and 1988 Norris Division Semifinals. The Maple Leafs beat the Red Wings in the last series they played one another, the 1993 Norris Division Semifinals. In the seventh game of the 1993 Norris Division Semifinals, Maple Leafs’ Nikolai Borschevsky’s shot the game-winner in overtime past Red Wings goaltender Tim Cheveldae hushing the fans inside Joe Louis Arena. The goal gave the underdog Leafs a shocking first-round series victory over Steve Yzerman’s heavily favoured Red Wings. Borschevsky’s game seven overtime goal gave Toronto the series and made them the sixth club to eliminate a team with a better regular season record in the first round of the playoffs. This was also the Maple Leafs’ first playoff series win against the Red Wings since the 1964 Cup Finals.

The rivalry stagnated during the mid-1990s and 2000s, when the Maple Leafs moved from the Western Conference (formerly the Clarence Campbell Conference), to the Eastern Conference (formerly the Prince of Wales Conference) to begin the 1998–99 NHL season, leaving the Maple Leafs and Red Wings in separate conferences for 15 years. Because of NHL scheduling for interconference play, the Maple Leafs and Red Wings played one another as little as once a year. The two teams were returned to the same division prior to the 2013–14 NHL season with the Red Wings moving to the Eastern Conference and being placed in the new Atlantic Division of which the Maple Leafs were located.

Playing in the same division for the first time since 1998, the Red Wings hosted the Maple Leafs for the 2014 NHL Winter Classic at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor. In front of an NHL record crowd of 105,491 football custom shirts, and the largest Canadian and American television audiences for a regular season game in NHL history, the Maple Leafs beat the Red Wings 3–2 in a shootout.

The rivalry may have heightened in 2015 with the signing of former Red Wings coach, Mike Babcock, as the new coach of the Leafs. After failing to come to terms on a contract extension with the Red Wings, Babcock requested and received permission to seek employment elsewhere. The Buffalo Sabres were considered the most serious contenders for Babcock’s services, with the St. Louis Blues and San Jose Sharks also in the mix. However, on May 20, 2015, it was announced that Babcock would become the new head coach of the Maple Leafs. He reportedly received an eight-year deal worth $50 million ($6.25 million per season average), and will be the highest paid coach in NHL history.

A re-match of the 2014 Winter Classic was held on January 1, 2017; the NHL Centennial Classic at BMO Field in Toronto to commemorate the Maple Leafs’ and the NHL’s 100th season. Once again, the Maple Leafs beat the Red Wings, winning 5–4 after an overtime goal by Auston Matthews.

Xishan (berg i Kina, Heilongjiang)

Xishan (kinesiska: 西山) är ett berg i Kina. Det ligger i provinsen Heilongjiang, i den nordöstra delen av landet, 1&nbsp belt bag running;300 km nordost om huvudstaden Peking. Toppen på Xishan är 559 meter över havet, eller 165 meter över den omgivande terrängen. Bredden vid basen är 12,8 km.

Terrängen runt Xishan är platt åt nordväst, men åt sydost är den kuperad. Den högsta punkten i närheten är 632 meter över havet, 10,7 km öster om Xishan. Runt Xishan är det ganska glesbefolkat, med 34 invånare per kvadratkilometer bag phone. Närmaste större samhälle är Ta’xi, 5,8 km sydväst om Xishan. Omgivningarna runt Xishan är en mosaik av jordbruksmark och naturlig växtlighet.

Trakten ingår i den hemiboreala klimatzonen. Årsmedeltemperaturen i trakten är -1 °C. Den varmaste månaden är juli, då medeltemperaturen är 18 °C thermos for water, och den kallaste är januari, med -24 °C. Genomsnittlig årsnederbörd är 928 millimeter. Den regnigaste månaden är juli, med i genomsnitt 233 mm nederbörd running pouch for keys, och den torraste är januari, med 11 mm nederbörd.

Mangaba obrożna

Mangaba obrożna, mangaba zwyczajna, mangaba rudoczelna (Cercocebus torquatus) – gatunek ssaka z rodziny koczkodanowatych (Cercopithecidae), występującej w lasach tropikalnych na zachodzie Afryki.

Mangaba zwyczajna osiąga długość 100–150 cm (z czego ogon 50–80 cm) i waży do 15 kg. Jej ciało pokryte jest długą, jedwabistą brązowoszarą sierścią. Na szczycie głowy znajduje się charakterystyczna rudobrązowa plama, której mangaba zawdzięcza jedną z polskich nazw zwyczajowych (mangaba rudoczelna) how meat tenderizer works. Bokobrody są dość długie i wyraźnie widoczne, zaś szyja i wewnętrzne powierzchnie kończyn jasne. Mangaby mają niemal całkowicie białe powieki. Ich twarz jest naga, oczy duże, a ogon długi.

Mangaby zwyczajne występują w nadbrzeżnych lasach równikowych od zachodniej Nigerii, przez Gwineę Równikową i Gabon do południowego Kamerunu. Południową granicą zasięgu ich występowania jest rzeka Ogowe w Gabonie. Niepotwierdzone doniesienia mówią o występowaniu również w Beninie. Ich liczebność spada.

Małpy te równie chętnie przebywają zarówno w koronach drzew, jak i na ziemi. Umieją dobrze pływać. Zajmują różne środowiska – od typowo leśnych, przez śródleśne polany i nadwodne krzewy po obrzeża plantacji. Prowadzą wędrowny tryb życia. Wśród wysokich traw do komunikacji z innymi członkami stada służy im wysoko uniesiony długi ogon, zaś między drzewami swoją pozycję sygnalizują mimiką (np. zamykając oczy i pokazując białe powieki) oraz głosem paba free water bottles.

Mangaby zwyczajne żywią się głównie orzechami, nasionami i dojrzałymi owocami, ale jadają również pędy i soczyste łodygi roślin oraz drobną zwierzynę.

Ciąża trwa około 24 tygodni, po których samica rodzi jedno młode. Jest ono szarobrązowe, pozbawione plam na głowie, szyi i kończynach. Wybarwienie następuje po około pół roku. Samice opiekują się młodym przez okres roku, jednak ich związek trwa do trzech lat, chociaż już kilkumiesięczne małpy oddalają się od matki na odległość kilku metrów. Samiec nie uczestniczy w wychowywaniu potomstwa, ale toleruje obecność swych młodych. Po osiągnięciu dojrzałości płciowej samce opuszczają grupę rodzinną i zakładają własną, podczas gdy samice pozostają w stadzie.

Beerbach (Abenberg)

Lage von Beerbach in Bayern

Beerbach ist ein Ortsteil der Stadt Abenberg im Landkreis Roth in Mittelfranken.

Durch das Dorf fließt der Beerbach, ein linker Zufluss der Fränkischen Rezat. Im Westen liegt die Bramenleite, im Süden das Mauerfeld, ca. 0,5 km nördlich liegt das Dürrenmungenauer Holz. Einst floss dort die Ur-Rezat in Richtung Georgensgmünd.

Der Ort hatte ursprünglich eine Kirche mit Friedhof, die aber seit ungewisser Zeit völlig abgetragen worden ist und über die in geschichtlichen Unterlagen nichts Genaueres berichtet wird. Heute gehört der Ort zur Kirchengemeinde St. Jacobus (Dürrenmungenau).

In dem Geographischen statistisch-topographischen Lexikon von Franken (1799) wird der Ort folgendermaßen beschrieben:

Berbach, vermischter Weiler im Ansbachischen Kameral-Amte Windspach zwischen Wassermungenau und Ober-Steinbach gelegen, darinn sind 8 eichstättische Steuer- und 3 Lehen-Unterthanen, leztere 3 und 1 von erstern gehören zum Kasten-Amte Abenberg, die übrige 7 aber zum Collegiatstiftischen Steuer-Amte in Spalt, der Zehend hingegen dem dortigen Collegiatstifte selbst.
Die Advokatie über Berbach hatte Burggraf Conrad der jüngere in Nürnberg vom Bisthume Regenspurg zu Lehen. Bey einem im Jahre 1294 aber zwischen Eichstätt und Regenspurg gemachten Tausch, trat Bischoff Heinrich von Regenspurg dieses dominum directum der Advocatie über Berbach an Bischoff Reimbolt zu Eichstätt, einen Edlen von Mühlenhart unter andern auch mit ab.“

Im Rahmen des Gemeindeedikts wurde Beerbach dem 1809 gebildeten Steuerdistrikt Wassermungenau zugeordnet marinade to tenderize meat. Es gehörte der 1810 gegründeten Ruralgemeinde Wassermungenau an. Mit dem Zweiten Gemeindeedikt (1818) löste sich Beerbach mit Pflugsmühle von Wassermungenau und bildete eine Ruralgemeinde. Sie unterstand in Verwaltung und Gerichtsbarkeit dem Landgericht Heilsbronn und in der Finanzverwaltung dem Rentamt Windsbach. Von 1862 bis 1879 wurde Beerbach von dem Bezirksamt Heilsbronn verwaltet custom youth football jerseys cheap, seit 1880 von dem Bezirksamt Schwabach (ab 1938: Landkreis Schwabach) und dem Rentamt Spalt (ab 1920: Finanzamt Spalt). Die Gerichtsbarkeit blieb bis 1879 beim Landgericht Heilsbronn, ab 1880 beim Amtsgericht Roth. Die Gemeinde hatte eine Gebietsfläche von 6,067 km². Am 1. Mai 1978 wurde Beerbach im Zuge der Gebietsreform in Bayern nach Abenberg eingemeindet.

Gemeinde Beerbach

Ort Beerbach

Die Einwohner evangelisch-lutherischer Konfession sind nach St. Andreas (Wassermungenau) gepfarrt.

Die Kreisstraße RH 9 führt nach Wassermungenau zur Bundesstraße 466 bzw. nach Obersteinbach ob Gmünd. Gemeindeverbindungsstraßen verlaufen nach Dürrenmungenau und Pflugsmühle.

Abenberg | Bechhofen | Beerbach&nbsp jogging waist pack;| Dürrenmungenau | Ebersbach | Fischhaus&nbsp pork chop tenderizer;| Kapsdorf | Kleinabenberg | Louisenau | Obersteinbach ob Gmünd | Pflugsmühle | Pippenhof | Wassermungenau | Weihermühle

Robert K. A. Gardiner

Robert Kweku Atta Gardiner (29 September 1914 – 13 April 1994) was a Ghanaian civil servant, professor, and economist.

Robert Kweku Atta Gardiner was born on 29 September 1914 in Kumasi, Gold Coast. He was one of eight children of Phillip H.D. Gardiner and Nancy Torraine Ferguson, both successful merchants. His father died when he was two years old, and one of his siblings also died. Gardiner studied at Adisadel College in Cape Coast, where in 1934 he was Head Prefect. He also attended Fourah Bay College in Freetown how to cook tenderized steak, Sierra Leone, and the University of Cambridge’s Selwyn College in Cambridge, United Kingdom graduating from the latter in 1941 with a bachelor’s degree in economics in 1941. Gardiner then studied at the University of London and Oxford University. He earned his master’s degree in economics from the latter’s New College in 1943. On 24 July of that year Gardiner married Linda Charlotte Edwards meat tenderizer ingredients, a Jamaican painter, with whom he had two daughters and a son.

After completing his studies, Gardiner secured a position as an economics professor at Fourah Bay College. In 1946 he was hired by Ralph Bunche to work as an area specialist for the United Nations Trusteeship Council. After two and-a-half years of service in New York City, in 1949 he was made Director of Extramural Studies at University College in Ibadan, Nigeria, making him the only African department head at the institution.

In 1953 Gardiner left academia and joined the Gold Coast Civil Service as the Director of the Department of Social Welfare and Community. Two years later he was made Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Housing. Following the Gold Coast’s independence as Ghana in 1957, Gardiner was appointed Head of the Civil Service. During his tenure he frequently clashed with Prime Minister Kwame Nkrumah. According to observers, the disagreements between the two stemmed from their differing personalities; Gardiner was pragmatic, while Nkrumah was idealistic.

In May 1959 Gardiner accepted a nomination to the post of Deputy Executive Secretary of the UN Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA). He moved to UNECA’s headquarters in Addis Ababa, but following the outbreak of civil war in the newly-independent Republic of the Congo he was appointed consultant in public administration to the chief of the civilian mission of the UN Operation in the Congo (known under its French acronym as ONUC) in August 1960 and tasked with helping rebuild the Congolese civil service. In November he returned to his work at UNECA. In March 1961 he returned to the Congo at the behest of UN Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjöld to lead a Secretariat mission in negotiating a deal concerning the reorganisation of the Congolese Army. In July Gardiner returned to New York City to serve as Director of the Public Administration Division at the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs. While there, he also acted as U Thant (Hammarskjöld’s successor)’s foremost Congo adviser how to quickly tenderize a steak. In January 1962 Gardiner was appointed Officer-in-Charge of ONUC and charged with managing approximately 400 UN civilian staff. The situation in the Congo deescalated in January 1963 and he was soon thereafter named Executive Secretary at UNECA. During his 12 year-tenure in the post, Gardiner advocated for the Africanisation of UNECA’s staff and the methods it utilised reusable metal water bottle.

In 1975 Gardiner left UNECA and returned to Ghana to serve as Commissioner of Economic Planning for the Supreme Military Council. Two years later the government dispatched him to Nairobi in an attempt to improve relations between Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda and salvage the financially-troubled East African Railways and Harbours Corporation. He resigned in May 1978. Gardiner died on 13 April 1994 in Accra, Ghana.

Aviation Safety Network

Aviation Safety Network (ASN) er en web-side som registrerer flyulykker og andre alvorliger hendelser innen luftfarten. Faktabasen inneholder (august 2008) detaljer omkring 12 200 tilfeller og blir besøkt av omtrent 50 000 hver uke.

ASN ble startet av nederlandske Harro Ranter i 1996 som Aviation Safety Web Pages. I 1999 ble den omdøpt til the Aviation Safety Network. Redaksjonen er senere forsterket med Fabian Lujan fra Argentina. For tiden kjører ikke ASN noen reklame eller avertissementer på sine sider og er avhengig av donasjoner fra brukerne for å holde websiden gående.

Det meste av den informasjon som ligger inne på ASN er hentet fra offisielle kilder, dvs luftfartsmyndighetene i de berørte land. For hendelser før 1996 er opplysningene stort sett basert på ICAO Aircraft Accident Digests womens running belt, og amerikanske National Transportation Safety Board NTSB.

ASNs primære oppgave er å sørge for at den som måtte ønske det får nøyaktig og oppdatert informasjon om flyulykker. I tillegg til den omfattende database ligger det inne statistisk informasjon og også et omfattende fotoarkiv med bilder fra ulykkesstedene.

ASN har også en E-mail tjeneste (Accident Digest e-mail service.) hvor abonnenter mottar informasjon om siste flyulykker small waist bag. Denne tjenesten har nå[når?] over 9 900 kunder i 170 land,

Чунга

Chunga burmeisteri
(Hartlaub, 1860)

Чунга, или чунья, или черноногая кариама (лат. Chunga burmeisteri) — птица из семейства кариамовых отряда журавлеобразных. Вид выделяется в монотипный род Chunga. Видовое латинское название дано в честь немецкого орнитолога Германа Бурмейстера (1807—1892).

Общая длина птицы с хвостом 55—85 см remington shaver battery, размах крыльев 90—120 см. Масса 900—1500 г. Крылья относительно короткие, закругленные. Ноги длинные и сильные. Хвост длинный, крайние рулевые перья короче средних. Клюв сравнительно короткий, надклювье загнуто вниз water bottle with a straw. На шее и груди перья удлиненные и узкие, образуют подобие небольшой гривы. Окраска перьев головы, шеи и груди белая с очень близкорасположенными тонкими поперечными серыми полосами, из-за чего оперение кажется светло-серым. Над глазами белые продольные полосы. Верхние кроющие перья крыльев, спина и хвост с волнистым рисунком из близкорасположенных очень тонких светло-бурых поперечных полос на светлом фоне. Маховые перья темно-бурые с белыми поперечными полосами. Перья хвоста с несколькими крупными бурыми поперечными полосами в вершинной части. Брюхо однотонно белое, клюв и ноги черные.

Обитает в сухих редколесьях и кустарниковых зарослях природной области Чако в центральной части Южной Америки на территории юго-восточной Боливии, западного Парагвая и центральных районов северной Аргентины. Держится среди зарослей, открытых пространств избегает.

Ведут дневной в основном наземный образ жизни, хотя часто садятся на невысокие деревья и кустарники. Летают редко и на небольшие расстояния weston meat tenderizer. Встречаются поодиночке или парами, часто живут небольшими семейными группами и вместе охотятся. Всеядны, питаются крупными насекомыми, мелкими позвоночными (лягушками, ящерицами, змеями, небольшими птицами и грызунами), ягодами, плодами, семенами и зелеными частями растений. Крупную добычу чунги раздирают на куски при помощи когтей или бьют ею о камни, делая её более пригодной для проглатывания целиком.

Громкими криками пары птиц обозначают свою территорию. Кричат одновременно обе птицы, в основном рано утром. Громкие, резкие, напоминающие тявканье щенка голоса слышны на расстоянии в несколько километров.

Во время брачного сезона самцы токуют, подпрыгивая перед самками, которые в этот момент лежат в траве. Затем птицы расходятся и перекликаются громкими криками, через некоторое время снова сходятся. Гнезда устраивают на ветвях деревьев или кустарников на высоте около 3 м. Молодые птицы держатся около родителей несколько месяцев.

Carina-effekten

Carina-effekten er et udtryk, der henviser til en samfundstilstand, hvor kontanthjælpsmodtagere har det samme som, eller mere end free football jersey, beskæftigede personer i indkomst og disponibel kapital. Udtrykket er blandt andet anvendt af professor på Institut for Statskundskab på Aalborg Universitet, Jørgen Goul Andersen, i forbindelse med offentliggørelsen af en undersøgelse fra LO´s “Ugebrevet A4” om synet på, hvor høj en ydelse for eksempel kontanthjælpsmodtagere skal have.

Özlem Sara Cekic, SF startede debatten sammen med Joachim B. Olsen, Liberal Alliance.

Udtrykket blev vist nok første gang anvendt af Jens Overgaard Bjerre den 14. januar 2012 i en debat på dagbladet “Information“s hjemmeside, hvor han fremstilledes det således:

Udtrykket blev skabt efter, at kontanthjælpsmodtageren Carina den 28. november 2011 havde medvirket i et TV-indslag, hvor det kom frem, at hun havde omtrent samme rådighedsbeløb som en lavtlønnet lønmodtager. Dette udløste mange læserbreve med kritik af de sociale ydelsers størrelse og udformning.

Udtrykket er i Jørgen Goul Andersens brug blevet anvendt til at udtrykke modvilje mod størrelsen af kontanthjælp og lignende sociale ydelser. Goul Andersen konstaterer i sin undersøgelse what is a meat tenderizer used for, at denne modvilje til dels skyldes manglende direkte kendskab til levevilkårene for kontanthjælpsmodtagere.

Se også Dovne Robert.