Passerage des décombres

Lepidium ruderale

Passerage des décombres

Nom binominal

Lepidium ruderale
L., 1753

Classification APG III (2009)

La passerage des décombres (Lepidium ruderale) est une espèce de plantes rudérales de la famille des Brassicaceae.

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Greek National Road 3

Greek National Road 3 (Greek: Εθνική Οδός 3, abbreviated as EO3) is a single carriageway road in Greece. It connects Eleusis near Athens with the border of the Republic of Macedonia at Niki. It passes through Larissa and Florina. At Niki it connects with the M5K motorway to Bitola. Greek National Road 3 is one of the longest highways in Greece and until the 1960s it served as the main route from Larissa to Thessaloniki coolest jerseys in college football. The new A1 motorway now offers a faster connection to Thessaloniki. Most of the EO3, except the southernmost section between Eleusis and Bralos, is part of the E65.

Throughout the late 1980s, motorway bypasses were constructed at the towns of Tyrnavos and Elassonas, but in 2002 plans surfaced to convert all of the road into a new motorway, from Larissa to Kozani and further on to Bitola, in the Republic of Macedonia. Throughout the 2000s motorway sections were delivered to the public and are running north of Larissa and north of Kozani, up to Ptolemaida. Remaining parts have either fallen through, as no construction works are currently being undertaken and no further announcements have been delivered by the government usa soccer guy t shirts.

The highway passes through and along the following places:

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1999–2000 Ukrainian Second League

The 1999–2000 Ukrainian Second League is the ninth season of 3rd level professional football in Ukraine. The competitions are divided into three groups – A, B, and C.

Bukovyna Chernivtsi wholesale soccer shop, Podillya Khmelnytskyi participated previously in the First League.

Dynamo Lviv, Nyva Vinnytsia (the farm team of FC Vinnytsia), Prykarpattia-2 Ivano-Frankivsk obtained the professional status and entered the Second League.

Obolon-Zmina-2 Kiev (later as Obolon-PPO-2 Kiev) obtained the professional status and entered the Second League.

During the winter break Krystal Kherson changed its name to Kherson, while Torpedo Melitopol became OLKOM Melitopol.

Desna Chernihiv, Kremin Kremenchuk participated previously in the First League.

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Myrhorod and Shakhtar Horlivka finished to participate after the first half.

Legend:

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Pedro de la Plesa

Pedro de la Plesa (fl. 1622) was a 17th-century Spanish privateer workout belt to hold phone. He served as a Dunkirker in the service of the Spanish Crown during the Eighty Years’ War. He and Juan Garcia gained notoriety for abandoning their comrade Captain Jan Jacobsen in his final naval battle against the Dutch Republic.

In October 1622, he left from Duinkerken along with Juan Garcia and Jan Jacobsen in an attempt to break through the enemy blockade. However, de la Plesa was immediately sighted by a passing Dutch yacht as he sailed out of Oostende. The ship’s captain, Jacob Volckertzoon Vinck, cut his mooring lines and sailed out to a nearby fleet under Admiral Harman Kleuter where can i get glass bottles. Being informed of the Dunkirkers activities, he set out after them at once waist belt bag. He was later joined by another squadron from Den Briel under the command of Captain Lambert Hendrikszoon. As the combined fleet appeared, the two Spaniards realizing they were outnumbered chose to retreat. Sailing toward England, Jan Jacobsen chose to fight the nine pursuing warships. Whether Jacobsen had decided to make a final stand or to cover the retreat of Juan Garcia and Pedro de la Plesa is uncertain, however he died in the long tenderizer store, hardfought battle.

Пашкевич, Янис

Янис Пашкевич (латыш. Jānis Paškēvičs; 1900 footy t shirts, Бауский район — ? Ленинград, СССР)&nbsp reusable water bottle that looks like a plastic water bottle;— политический работник Красной армии. Преподаватель политэкономии и марксизма-ленинизма в Ленинградском институте the lemon press. После включения Латвии в состав СССР в 1940 году был назначен ректором Латвийского университета вместо известного химика Мартиньша Приманиса. Вскоре после назначения Пашкевича ректором университет был реформирован в соответствии с советскими стандартами и стал называться Латвийский государственный университет. Заместитель народного комиссара свиной и молочной промышленности Латвийской ССР.

На посту ректора Латвийского университета ликвидировал все теологические факультеты, распустил профессорство. Создал учебные и научные отделы. Устав ЛГУ был приведён к советскому стандарту высших учебных заведений. Провёл полное анкетирование всего преподавательского состава и всех студентов.

Dalbergieae

Geoffroea decorticans

Dalbergieae ist eine Tribus in der Unterfamilie der Schmetterlingsblütler (Faboideae) innerhalb der Familie der Hülsenfrüchtler (Fabaceae). Ihre etwa 1355 Arten sind fast weltweit verbreitet, dabei liegt der Schwerpunkt in den Tropen.

Es handelt sich um einjährige bis ausdauernde krautige Pflanzen, Halbsträucher, Sträucher, Bäume oder Lianen.

Die wechselständig angeordneten Laubblätter sind in Blattstiel und Blattspreite gegliedert. Die Blattspreite ist paarig oder unpaarig gefiedert. Die selten nur ein bis zwei buy football shirts online cheap, meist fünf bis viele Paare Fiederblättchen stehen an der Blattrhachis gegen- oder wechselständig. Manchmal ist nur ein Fiederblatt vorhanden (beispielsweise Inocarpus). Es sind keine Nebenblätter, aber oft Nebenblättchen der Fiederblättchen vorhanden.

Die Blüten stehen einzeln in den Blattachseln oder zu mehreren bis vielen in seiten- oder endständigen, sehr unterschiedlich aufgebauten Blütenstände zusammen. Die Trag- und Deckblätter sind klein und schnell vergänglich oder groß und haltbar.

Die zwittrigen Blüten sind zygomorph sind fünfzählig mit doppelter Blütenhülle (Perianth). Die fünf Kelchblätter sind verwachsen. Die Blütenkrone hat den typischen Aufbau der Schmetterlingsblütler. Die Staubfäden der neun oder aller zehn Staubblätter sind untereinander verwachsen; es gibt auch Arten bei denen jeweils fünf miteinander zu zwei Bündeln verwachsen sind. Die Staubbeutel sind alle gleich oder verschieden. Das einzige oberständige Fruchtblatt enthält ein bis einige Samenanlagen.

Die gegliederten oder ungegliederten, abgeflachten bis dünnen, geraden bis gekrümmten Hülsenfrüchte können Flügel besitzen. Manchmal ist die Frucht steinfruchtartig (beispielsweise Geoffroea, Inocarpus). Die kugelig oder nierenförmigen Samen besitzen ein kleines Hilum. Manchmal dienen die ungeöffneten Hülsenfrüchte als Diasporen und durch den Wind ausgebreitet

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Die Tribus Dalbergieae wurde 1825 durch Heinrich Georg Bronn in Augustin-Pyrame de Candolle: Prodromus systematis naturalis regni vegetabilis, 2, S. 414 aufgestellt. Typusgattung ist Dalbergia L. f. Synonyme für Dalbergieae Bronn ex DC. sind: Adesmieae Polhill, Aeschynomeneae Rudd, Desmodieae subtribe Bryinae Ohashi, Polhill & Schubert.

Die Tribus Dalbergieae kann in drei Kladen gegliedert werden und enthält etwa 49 Gattungen mit etwa 1355 Arten:

Beispielsweise von der Erdnuss (Arachis hypogaea) werden die Samen gegessen. Das Holz wird beispielsweise von Arten der Gattungen Dalbergia, Machaerium, Platymiscium, Pterocarpus genutzt.

The Radio Partnership

The Radio Partnership was a media company which operated radio stations in the UK.

Initially, the Metro Radio Group (which owned TFM, Metro FM and Great North Radio

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, bought Viking FM, Hallam FM, Pennine FM and Classic Gold) was acquired by East Midland Allied Press in 1996. Ownership rules meant that because they owned Radio Aire in the same area, one of the station had to be sold, and that was Pennine FM and its AM sister station which were purchased in a management buyout from senior staff and ex-Metro Group executives for £4.6m

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, called The Radio Partnership, the station was renamed The Pulse and it became number one in the West Yorkshire radio market for the first time in its history.

The Radio Partnership expanded over the years to include other stations, such as Signal Radio in Stoke-on-Trent.

In 1999, Kelvin MacKenzie’s Talk Radio UK bought The Radio Partnership and formed The Wireless Group to include the national broadcaster and a series of local stations. In July 2005, The Wireless Group was in turn acquired by UTV radio.

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Terry Teachout

Terry Teachout (born February 6, 1956) is an American critic, biographer, librettist, author, playwright, and blogger. He is the drama critic of The Wall Street Journal, the critic-at-large of Commentary, and the author of “Sightings,” a column about the arts in America that appears biweekly in the Friday Wall Street Journal. He blogs at About Last Night and has written about the arts for many other magazines and newspapers, including the New York Times and National Review.

Teachout was born in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, the son of Evelyn (Crosno), a secretary, and Herbert H. “Bert” Teachout, a hardware salesman. He grew up in Sikeston

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, Missouri; and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He lived in Kansas City from 1975 to 1983, working as a jazz bassist and writing about classical music and jazz for the Kansas City Star. He moved to New York City in 1985, working as an editor at Harper’s Magazine (1985–87) and an editorial writer for the New York Daily News (1987–93) and as the News’ classical music and dance critic (1993–2000). In 2004 he was appointed by President Bush to the National Council on the Arts, the advisory and review panel of the National Endowment for the Arts, completing his term in 2010. In 2005 he was hospitalized with congestive heart failure, but subsequently recovered. A political conservative with wide-ranging cultural interests and sympathies, he maintains cordial relationships with artists, critics, and bloggers from all parts of the political spectrum.

Teachout’s latest book, Duke: A Life of Duke Ellington, which was published by Gotham Books on October 17, 2013, was longlisted for the National Book Awards nonfiction prize. He received a Guggenheim Fellowship for 2012 to support its completion. Parts of Duke and Satchmo at the Waldorf, Teachout’s first play, were written at the MacDowell Colony in the summer of 2012. James Gavin, writing in the New York Times Book Review, called Duke a “cleareyed reassessment of a man regarded in godlike terms” that “humanizes a man whom history has kept on a pedestal”, praising its “sound scholarship and easy readability.” Kirkus Reviews called it “an instant classic…Teachout solidifies his place as one of America’s great music biographers.” Publishers Weekly called it “revealing…Teachout neatly balances colorful anecdote with shrewd character assessments and musicological analysis.”

Satchmo at the Waldorf, a one-man-two-character play about Louis Armstrong and Joe Glaser, Armstrong’s manager, was premiered at Orlando Shakespeare Theater’s Mandell Theatre in Orlando, Fla., on September 15, 2011, in a production starring Dennis Neal and directed by Rus Blackwell. An extensively revised version of Satchmo at the Waldorf in which Miles Davis is also briefly portrayed was produced by Shakespeare & Company of Lenox, Mass., in August 2012, with John Douglas Thompson playing Armstrong, Glaser, and Davis. The production, which transferred to Long Wharf Theatre of New Haven, Conn., in October 2012, and to Philadelphia’s Wilma Theater in November 2012, was directed by Gordon Edelstein. The Boston Globe described the revised version of the play as a “tour de force…Aided by director Gordon Edelstein and the consummately skilled Thompson as interpreter, Teachout—in his debut as dramatist rather than drama critic—has contributed a work of insight and power.” According to the New York Times, “Reviewing a play is one thing; writing a play is quite another. Terry Teachout, drama critic for The Wall Street Journal, makes this hat-switching look far easier than it is with his first play…Mr. Teachout has done a fine job of building a fiction-plus-fact theater piece.”

Satchmo at the Waldorf transferred to New York’s Westside Theatre, an off-Broadway house, on March 4, 2014. It closed there on June 29, 2014, after 18 previews and 136 performances. According to The New Yorker, “Teachout, Thompson, and the director, Gordon Edelstein, together create an extraordinarily rich and complex characterization. The show centers on the trumpeter’s relationship with his Mob-connected Jewish manager of more than thirty-five years, Joe Glaser. Thompson forcefully inhabits both men—and throws in a chilling Miles Davis—delivering an altogether riveting performance.” Thompson won the 2013–14 Outer Critics Circle Award and Drama Desk Award for “Outstanding Solo Performance” for his performance in the play. It was produced at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, Ca., in May 2015, and at Chicago’s Court Theatre, Colorado Springs’ Theatreworks, Palm Beach Dramaworks, the Seacoast Repertory Theatre of Portsmouth, N.H., and San Francisco’s American Conservatory Theatre during the 2015–16 season. It will be produced by New Venture Theatre of Baton Rouge, La., Triangle Productions of Portland, Ore., B Street Theatre of Sacramento, Calif., and the Mosaic Theater Company of Washington, D.C., during the 2016-17 season. The Palm Beach Dramaworks production was directed by Teachout in his professional debut as a stage director. An acting version of the play is published by Dramatists Play Service.

Teachout’s previous book was Pops: A Life of Louis Armstrong (2009, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; JR Books Ltd in the UK, Larousse in Brazil, United Press/Alpina in Russia). “With Pops, his eloquent and important new biography of Armstrong, the critic and cultural historian Terry Teachout restores this jazzman to his deserved place in the pantheon of American artists,” Michiko Kakutani wrote in her New York Times review of Pops. The Washington Post chose Pops as one of the ten best books of 2009, The Economist chose it as one of the best books of the year, and the New York Times Book Review chose it as one of the “100 notable books” of 2010.

Teachout has also written the libretti for three operas by Paul Moravec: The Letter, an opera based on the 1927 play by W. Somerset Maugham that was premiered on July 25, 2009, by the Santa Fe Opera; Danse Russe, a one-act backstage comedy about the making of Igor Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring that was premiered by Philadelphia’s Center City Opera Theater on April 28, 2011; and The King’s Man, a one-act companion piece to Danse Russe about Benjamin Franklin and his illegitimate son William that was premiered by Louisville’s Kentucky Opera on a double bill with Danse Russe on October 11, 2013. In addition, Teachout was the librettist for Moravec’s cantata “Music, Awake!,” which was premiered at Rollins College by the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park (Florida) on April 16, 2016.

Teachout’s other books include All in the Dances: A Brief Life of George Balanchine (2004, Harcourt), A Terry Teachout Reader (2004, Yale University Press), The Skeptic: A Life of H.L. Mencken (2002, HarperCollins), and City Limits: Memories of a Small-Town Boy (1991, Poseidon Press). He is the editor of Beyond the Boom: New Voices on American Life, Culture, and Politics (1990, Poseidon Press, introduction by Tom Wolfe) and Ghosts on the Roof: Selected Journalism of Whittaker Chambers, 1931–1959 (1989, Regnery Gateway). In 1992 he rediscovered the manuscript of A Second Mencken Chrestomathy among H.L. Mencken’s private papers and edited it for publication by Alfred A. Knopf (1995).

He wrote the forewords to Paul Taylor’s Private Domain: An Autobiography (1999, University of Pittsburgh Press), Elaine Dundy’s The Dud Avocado (2007, New York Review Books Classics), William Bailey’s William Bailey on Canvas (2007, Betty Cuningham Gallery), and Richard Stark’s Flashfire and Firebreak (2011, University of Chicago Press) and contributed to The Oxford Companion to Jazz (2000, Oxford University Press), Field-Tested Books (2008, Coudal Partners), and Robert Gottlieb’s Reading Dance (2008, Pantheon). He also appears in Alex Gibney’s Sinatra: All or Nothing at All (2015) and two film documentaries about dance, Mirra Bank’s Last Dance (2002) and Deborah Novak’s Steven Caras: See Them Dance (2011).

Teachout contributed notes on recordings by Louis Armstrong, Gene Krupa and Oscar Peterson to Jazz: The Smithsonian Anthology (2011) and has written liner notes for CDs by jazz musicians Karrin Allyson, Gene Bertoncini, Ruby Braff and Ellis Larkins, Julia Dollison, Jim Ferguson, Roger Kellaway, Diana Krall, Joe Mooney, Marian McPartland, Mike Metheny, Maria Schneider, Kendra Shank and Luciana Souza, the pop-jazz Lascivious Biddies, the bluegrass band Nickel Creek, the Alec Wilder Octet, and the classical ensembles Chanticleer and the Trio Solisti, as well as for the original-cast album of Hands on a Hardbody.

Teachout won the Bradley Prize in 2014.

Wotkinsker Stausee

Der Wotkinsker Stausee (russisch Воткинское водохранилище) ist ein Stausee der Kama, der bei Tschaikowski in der Region Perm im europäischen Teil Russlands aufgestaut wird.

Der Zweck der nach der Stadt Wotkinsk benannten Stauanlage ist Schiffbarkeit

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Das Reservoir wurde in den Jahren 1962 bis 1964 aufgestaut. Die Größe der Wasseroberfläche wird in den Quellen mit 1.120 km² oder 1300 km² angegeben. Für den Stauinhalt gibt es die beiden Angaben 9

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,4 und 15 Milliarden Kubikmeter. Der Stausee ist 365 km lang und bis zu 9 km breit. Die durchschnittliche Wassertiefe ist 8,4 m (berechnet aus den jeweils zuerst genannten Angaben für Stauinhalt und Fläche). Die Saigatka fließt ebenfalls in den Stausee.

Am Ufer des Stausees befinden sich unter anderem die Orte Perm, Krasnokamsk, Nytwa, Ochansk und Ossa.

Das Absperrbauwerk ist eine Gewichtsstaumauer kombiniert mit einem Erdschüttdamm. Seine größte Höhe ist 44 m, die Gesamtlänge 4982 m.

Pic à ventre jaune

Veniliornis dignus

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Nom binominal

Veniliornis dignus
(Sclater et Salvin, 1877)

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Le Pic à ventre jaune (Veniliornis dignus) est une espèce d’oiseau de la famille des Picidae.

On le trouve en Colombie, en Équateur, au Pérou et au Venezuela. Son habitat naturel se compose de forêts tropicales humides.

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