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Noriaki Kasai

Noriaki Kasai (Shimokawa football blister socks, 6 giugno 1972) è un saltatore con gli sci giapponese.

In Coppa del Mondo ha esordito il 3 dicembre 1989 a Thunder Bay (27°), ha ottenuto il primo podio il 29 febbraio 1992 a Lahti (3°) e la prima vittoria il 22 marzo successivo a Harrachov.

In carriera ha preso parte a sette edizioni dei Giochi olimpici invernali, Albertville 1992 (31° nel trampolino normale, 26° nel trampolino lungo, 4° nella gara a squadre), Lillehammer 1994 (5° nel trampolino normale, 14° nel trampolino lungo, 2° nella gara a squadre), Nagano 1998 (7° nel trampolino normale), Salt Lake City 2002 (49° nel trampolino normale, 41° nel trampolino lungo) glass drinking bottle with caps, Torino 2006 (20° nel trampolino normale, 12° nel trampolino lungo, 6° nella gara a squadre), Vancouver 2010 (17° nel trampolino normale cheap youth football jerseys, 8° nel trampolino lungo all football jerseys, 5° nella gara a squadre) e Soči 2014 (7º nel trampolino normale, 2º nel trampolino lungo, 3º nella gara a squadre), a dodici dei Campionati mondiali, vincendo sette medaglie, e a dieci dei Mondiali di volo, vincendo una medaglia.

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Monodora myristica

Monodora myristica, the calabash nutmeg, is a tropical tree of the family Annonaceae or custard apple family of flowering plants. In former times, its seeds were widely sold as an inexpensive nutmeg substitute. This is now less common outside its region of production. Other names of calabash nutmeg include Jamaican nutmeg, African nutmeg, ehuru, ariwo, awerewa fabric pill shaver, ehiri, airama, African orchid nutmeg, muscadier de Calabash and lubushi.

The calabash nutmeg tree grows naturally in evergreen forests from Liberia to Nigeria and Cameroon, Ghana, Angola and also Uganda and west Kenya. Due to the slave trade in the 18th century, the tree was introduced to the Caribbean islands where it was established and become known as Jamaican nutmeg. In 1897, Monodora myristica was introduced to Bogor Botanical Gardens, Indonesia, where the trees flower on a regular basis but no fruit could yet be collected. Due to its large and orchid-like flowers, the tree is also grown as an ornamental.

The Monodora myristica tree can reach a height of 35 m and 2 m in diameter at breast height (DBH). It has a clear trunk and branches horizontally. The leaves are alternately arranged and drooping with the leaf blade being elliptical, oblong or broadest towards the apex and tapering to the stalk. They are petiolate and can reach a size of up to 45 x 20 cm.

The flower appears at the base of new shoots and is singular, pendant, large and fragrant. The pedicel bears a leaf-like bract and can reach 20 cm in length. The flower’s sepals are red-spotted, crisped and 2.5 cm long. The corolla is formed of six petals of which the three outer reach a length of 10 cm and show curled margins and red, green and yellow spots. The three inner petals are almost triangular and form a white-yellowish cone which on the outside is red-spotted and green on the inside. The flower’s stigmas become receptive before its stamens mature and shed their pollen (protogynous). The flower is pollinated by insects.

The fruit is a berry of 20 cm diameter and is smooth, green and spherical and becomes woody auburn football uniforms. It is attached to a long stalk which is up to 60 cm long how to put on a football uniform. Inside the fruit the numerous oblongoid, pale brown, 1.5 cm long seeds are surrounded by a whitish fragrant pulp. The seeds contain 5-9% of a colourless essential oil.

The odour and taste of the Monodora myristica seed is similar to nutmeg and it is used as a popular spice in the West African cuisine. The fruits are collected from wild trees and the seeds are dried and sold whole or ground to be used in stews, soups, cakes and desserts. For medicinal purposes they are used as stimulants football blister socks, stomachic, for headaches, sores and also as insect repellent. The seeds are also made into necklaces.

Monodora myristica timber is hard but easy to work with and is used for carpentry, house fittings and joinery. In medicine, the bark is used in treatments of stomach-aches, febrile pains, eye diseases and haemorrhoids.

The essential oil that can be obtained from the leaves contains β-caryophyllene, α-humulene and α-pinene. The major compounds found in the essential oil from the seeds are α-phellandrene, α-pinene, myrcene, limonene and pinene.

2013 Teen Choice Awards

The 2013 Teen Choice Awards ceremony was held on August 11, 2013 and broadcast on Fox. The awards celebrate the year’s achievements in music, film, television, sports, fashion, comedy team football socks, and the Internet, and are voted on by mostly female teenage viewers aged 13 through 19. This was the last Teen Choice Award ceremony to take place at the Gibson Amphitheatre due to the venue closing down in September 2013 football blister socks, to make room for The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 won eight of its nine nominations, Pretty Little Liars won all of its seven nominations, pushing the series’ total to eighteen Teen Choice Awards, Pitch Perfect won four of its eleven, Glee won four and Bruno Mars won two of their eight, respectively, Taylor Swift won two of her seven, and Demi Lovato won four of her six, One Direction won all six of their nominations (including the awards received by Harry Styles), remaining undefeated at the Teen Choice Awards, Selena Gomez won three of her six nominations and Miley Cyrus won three of her six nominations. Miley Cyrus took home the “Candie’s Fashion Trendsetter” award.

The nominees were announced on May 22, 2013 and further nominees were announced on July 1, 2013 and July 16, 2013. Winners are highlighted in bold text.

In its original Fox broadcast on August 11, 2013, the ceremony was viewed by 2.62 million viewers.