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Valmont Abbey

Valmont Abbey (Abbaye de Valmont flat meat pounder, Sainte-Marie de Valmont or abbaye Sainte-Marie) is a Benedictine abbey in Valmont, Seine-Maritime, France. Its chapel and surviving ruins of other parts of the abbey were classed as historical monuments in 1951 and the facades and roofs of all the abbey buildings were made historic monuments in 1965.

The Abbey was founded in 1169 by Nicolas d’Estouteville with Benedictines detached from Hambye Abbey. It never had more than 25 monks and was destroyed and rebuilt several times with the abbey church only truly completed in the 16th century – Countess Marie II of Saint-Pol is buried in it.

The abbey buildings were built from 1678 to 1782 under Louis de La Fayette (1634–1729), commendatory abbot, who tried to introduce the Saint Maur reforms to the abbey in 1680. It was finally reformed in 1754 by the Maurists and was rebuilt during the second half of the 18th century, until the French Revolution when it was dissolved – its monks were dispersed in 1789 and its buildings sold off to private owners in 1791.

In the 19th century the painter Eugène Delacroix often holidayed at his family estate at Valmont and the abbey ruins inspired his drawing Ruines de l’abbaye de Valmont eco stainless steel water bottle, now in The Louvre. The abbey became a monastic site again in 1994, re-founded by Benedictines from Notre-Dame-du-Pré at Lisieux and re-dedicated in 2004.

The axial chapel of the abbey (from the 16th century) dedicated to the Virgin is the only surviving part of the main church as the nave collapsed in 1730. It is the artistic marvel of the site entirely in Renaissance style. The most well-known is the Chapel of Six O’clock which refers to the time when the monks heard the first office of the day. There are tombs and recumbent tombstones (from the 15th and 16th centuries) of the Lords of Estouteville and their wives remington bikini shaver. The vault is harmonious and well-designed: the very prominent ribs abut against a circular keystone recessed in the dome. Stained glass dating to 1552 depicts the life of the Virgin and, above the altar, an Annunciation attributed to Germain Pilon remington shaver foils.

Of the abbey itself, there remains only the ruins of the choir built in 1520. Consisting of four straight rows, it ends in a five-sided rounded end leading to an Ambulatory which opens in to the Chapel of Six O’clock. Large semicircular arches rest on cylindrical columns and are surmounted by a gallery of ionic columns forming the triforium. The whole is in very pure Renaissance style. This elegant architectural layout was designed by Jehan Ribaud, former abbot of Bec Abbey, who headed Valmont in 1517. It restored the abbey to the fashionable style and may have been used at the Abbey by Italian workers who worked at the time at the Chateau of Gaillon and Fécamp Abbey.

The Departmental Museum of Antiquities at Rouen conserves the 16th century stained glass from the Abbey.


Blobfisk eller blubbefisk (Psychrolutes marcidus) er en dyphavsfisk og lever utenfor det australske farvannet på 600–1200 meters dybde. Den blir dermed sjelden sett av mennesker flat meat pounder. Fisken er godt tilpasset trykket, ettersom det meste av kroppsmassen består av geléaktig masse og det ikke behøves så mye energi for å holde seg nede rett over bunnen.

Fisken blir regnet som den styggeste fisken i verden, og er uspiselig for de fleste andre fisker. Til tross for dette er den utrydningstruet på grunn av dypvanns-tråling, siden den ofte setter seg fast i tråler.

Fisken kan bli opptil 30 centimeter lang. Enkelte personer[hvem?] mener at ansiktet på fisken ligner på et trist menneske. Fisken har en stor «nese» som ligger mellom øynene football socks for girls, og en geléaktig kroppsmasse som hjelper den å tåle det høye trykket, derav navnet «blobfisk». I tillegg til det er fisken ikke særlig livlig, men veldig sen og treig. Ved befruktning ruger fisken på eggene til de klekkes.

Ingen mennesker har sett hvordan blobfisken spiser. Enkelte forskere antar at den slipper inn partikler gjennom munnen mens den holdes åpen. Man tror at fisken spiser alt den kommer over.

Malaysia Open 1985

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Sydney Spiesel

Dr. Sydney Z. Spiesel (b. 1940) is a pediatrician specializing in adolescent medicine on the clinical faculty of the Yale University School of Medicine.

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