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Arie (film)

Arie (Russian:”Арье”) is a 2004 Russian film by Roman Kachanov, a story of Russian and Jewish life.

Izrael (Izia) Arie, a Lithuanian Jew and a world-renowned Moscow heart surgeon, learns that he has only six months to live because of pancreatic cancer. He retires immediately and sets out to find his first love, Sonia Schworz, with whom he shared an attic on a Lithuanian farm while hiding from the Nazis for a large part of World War Two. Their re-union takes place in Israel, where Sonia settled after the war. Although the couple has not seen each other for sixty years, it turns out that in the meantime they have been following similar life paths, not unlike twins separated at birth. Both have achieved enviable prosperity and enjoy the company of much younger bedfellows. To get these youngsters out of the way, Sonia unceremoniously dumps her lover Chaim, while Izia’s pregnant wife Olga is quickly persuaded to marry Sonia’s grandson Yossi.

Yossi bears an uncanny resemblance to the Lithuanian farmer Juozas, who hid Sonia and Izia as children in 1941, and won over Sonia’s heart in 1944 in an unequal competition with the inexperienced Izia. Although Juozas is killed by Lithuanian Nazi sympathizers, Izia does not forgive Sonia for what he sees as betrayal, and refuses to follow her to Palestine when Lithuania is liberated. The irony of it all, commonly known as “Jewish happiness”, lies in the patterns that keep repeating themselves sixty years after: Izia loses his woman (Olga this time) to a Juozas look-alike again and fails to keep Sonia too (she suddenly dies in a terrorist explosion at Yossi’s and Olga’s wedding). Apparently soccer uniforms wholesale, Sonia’s and Izia’s union was never meant to last, either at the beginning or at the end of their lives. On his deathbed, pondering on the lost opportunities, Izia reiterates God’s commandment to multiply and replenish the earth in the form of an impassionate plea to Olga and Yossi to waste no time in going forth and procreating, presumably to contribute to the survival of the Jewish people youth soccer jerseys wholesale, constantly threatened by extermination.

Volumes (band)

Volumes is an American metalcore band based in Los Angeles, California. The group consists of guitarist Diego Farias, bassist Raad Soudani, vocalists Gus Farias and Myke Terry, and drummer Nick Ursich. The group was founded in 2009 and debuted with their first EP, The Concept of Dreaming in (2010). This was followed with their debut full-length album Via (2011) and their sophomore album No Sleep in 2014. Both albums peaked at No. 1 on the iTunes Rock and Metal charts.

Volumes make use of “bouncy” guitar riffs, groove-driven breakdowns, nu metal influence and dual lead vocalists. The band has been credited as an important contributor to the djent scene.

The band started in 2009 when guitarists Diego Farias and Daniel Braunstein were writing music together. Singers Michael Barr and Diego’s brother, Gus Farias, joined the band along with Raad Soudani on bass and Chris Khoury playing the drums. Their first EP, The Concept of Dreaming, was announced to be released December 2009 but publication came to a halt when guitarist Daniel Braunstein left the band due to time constraints with university and was no longer able to participate actively in the band. He was replaced by guitarist Daniel Schwartz. After being signed on with Mediaskare Records and Outerloop Management in early November 2010, the band quickly released their debut EP “The Concept of Dreaming” on November 16, 2010.

In early 2011, the band played several tours throughout North America with such bands as Arsonists Get All the Girls, The Contortionist, and Structures. The band’s debut full-length, Via was released and distributed through Mediaskare on September 27, 2011 and reached #1 on the iTunes Rock & Metal Charts. 2011 also marked the same year that drummer Chris Khoury parted ways with the band, leading to Daniel Schwartz taking over the drums at shows, who then left later that year. In early 2012, they found a new permanent replacement drummer, Nick Ursich. On July 15, 2014, Volumes released their second full-length album No Sleep which reached again at #1 on the iTunes Rock and Metal Charts featuring their single, “Vahle”. Between late August and late September 2014, the band supported Crown the Empire on the Welcome to the Resistance tour, along with The Family Ruin, Secrets, and Ice Nine Kills. Volumes then contributed to Fearless Records’ compilation Punk Goes Pop 6 with their cover of “Hold On, We’re Going Home” by Drake featuring Majid Jordan.

In summer 2014, Volumes completed their first full US Vans Warped Tour in 2014 soccer uniforms wholesale.

Volumes announced in November 2015 that vocalist Michael Barr had departed from the band due to “different musical direction and taste”, and Born of Osiris member Joe Buras will be stepping in for current touring duties until their new vocalist is announced. Myke Terry, formerly of the metalcore band Bury Your Dead, has since been confirmed to be replacement for Barr non bpa bottled water.

Volumes departed from Mediaskare Records and signed a recording contract with Fearless Records, releasing their single “Feels Good” on June 16, 2016. On June 29, 2016, the band re-released their studio albums Via and No Sleep through their own record label “91367 Records.” It was revealed that their previous label, Mediaskare, had not given them income from the sales of their first 2 studio albums, with each selling over 40,000 copies to date.

In an Alternative Press article pressed in late January 2013, it was reported that Volumes had been banned from Rocketown in Nashville, after ex-vocalist Michael Barr was evicted from the venue for dedicating a song to a gay friend. However, later reports described how Barr was escorted from the venue by security after he had assaulted crowd members whilst hardcore dancing to other bands, and that he was “looking for a fight” while doing so. Some crowd members ganged up on Barr, at which point security had arrived to the situation and ultimately escorted Barr from the venue. After being denied access back inside when attempting to re-enter the venue, Barr allegedly threw a fit, shouting pejorative slurs at the concert promoter working the door. Prior to this, a similar incident occurred at the Trees venue located in Dallas a week earlier where Barr provoked violent crowd attacks which led to the banning of himself and the rest of the Volumes members from the Texas bar.

William Hobson

William Hobson (født 26. september 1792, død 10. september 1842) var den første guvernør av New Zealand og medforfatter av Waitangitraktaten.

Hobson ble født i Waterford i Irland som sønn av advokat Samuel Hobson. Noen kilder refererer til 1793 som hans fødselsår. Han gikk inn i Royal Navy den 25. august 1803 som en «second-class volunteer». Han tjenestegjorde under Napoleonskrigene og var senere involvert i undertrykkelsen av karibiske pirater. Han ble sjøkadett i 1806 og omtrent syv år senere var han en premierløytnant. Han ble forfremmet til kommandørkaptein i mai 1824 soccer uniforms wholesale. I desember 1834 fikk han et oppdrag fra Lord Auckland til Øst-India på HMS «Rattlesnake» metal water bottle safety.

I 1836 ble han beordret til Australia og ankom Hobart den 5. august 1836 og Sydney 18 dager senere. Den 18. september 1836 forlot HMS «Rattlesnake» Port Phillip District (senere Melbourne) for å bringe kaptein Lonsdale og andre tjenestemenn til den nye kolonien. I løpet av de neste tre månedene utførte Hobson og hans offiserer en grundig kartlegging av Port Phillip, der den nordlige del av denne, etter anbefaling av guvernør Sir Richard Bourke, ble kalt Hobson’s Bay, etter Hobson. Hans skip var involvert i opprettelsen av Williamstown. Han ble tilbudt stillingen som Superintendant av Bombay Marine med en lønn på 2000 pund per år, men han hadde en forkjærlighet for Australia og var en kandidat til guvernør i Port Phillip, selv om lønnen ikke var forventet å være mer enn 800 pund per år.

I 1837 seilte han til Bay of Islands i New Zealand, som svar på en forespørsel om hjelp fra James Busby, en brite som følte seg truet av krigene mellom maoristammene. Han ankom 26. mai 1837, og bidro til å redusere spenningene cheap football shirts uk. Da han returnerte til England i 1838 leverte han en rapport om New Zealand, der han foreslo at britisk suverenitet burde bli etablert over New Zealand, på samme måte som Hudson Bay Company i Canada.

På den tiden anerkjente den britiske regjeringen suvereniteten til maorifolket, representert i Declaration of Independence of New Zealand av oktober 1835, som hadde blitt organisert av Busby. Hobson ble utnevnt til viseguvernør under guvernør i New South Wales, Sir George Gipps (ratifisert 30. juli 1839) og den britiske konsul til New Zealand (bekreftet 13. august 1839). Han ble utstedt med detaljerte instruksjoner via Lord Normanby 14. august 1839, som ga grunner for intervensjon i New Zealand og informasjon for kjøp av land ved «rettferdige og likeverdige kontrakter». Landområdene ble senere solgt videre til nybyggere med fortjeneste for å dekke videre drift.

Hobson ankom Bay of Islands den 29. januar 1840 (som er feiret som Auckland Anniversary Day) med en liten gruppe tjenestemenn, som inkluderte en ledergruppe som besto av kolonisekretær Willoughby Shortland, kolonikasserer George Cooper og statsadvokat Francis Fisher. Den lovgivende forsamlingen besto av de ovenfor nevnte tjenestemenn og tre fredsdommere.

Hobson satte nesten umiddelbart etter ankomsten sammen Waitangitraktaten, sammen med sin sekretær James Freeman og Busby. Etter innhenting av signaturer ved Bay of Islands, reiste han til Waitemata Harbour for å få flere signaturer og undersøke et egnet sted for en ny hovedstad (han sendte også assisterende landmålergeneral William Cornwallis Symonds til de andre områdene for å få flere signaturer). Etter å ha fått et slag 1. mars 1840 ble han tatt tilbake til Bay of Islands, der han kom seg nok til å fortsette arbeidet.

New Zealand Companys nybyggere i Port Nicholson, det senere Wellington, bygget opp en ny by under flagget til et selvstendig New Zealand. Som svar på at nybyggerne utropte en republikk, erklærte Hobson 21. mai 1840 britisk suverenitet over hele New Zealand. Dette skjedde til tross for at traktaten ikke hadde et ferdig underskrevet. Han sendte Willoughby Shortland og noen soldater til Port Nicholson den 25. mai 1840, og rådet av bosettere ble oppløst. Deres leder, William Wakefield, reiste senere til Bay of Islands for å avgi troskap til kronen. Hans forslag til å gjøre Port Nicholson hovedstaden ble forkastet til fordel for Hobsons plan for en ny by ved Waitemata Harbour, som skulle bli kalt Auckland etter Jarlen av Auckland.

11. juli 1840 ankom den franske fregatt L’Aube Bay of Islands på vei til Banker Peninsula som en del av oppgjørsplanen til Nanto-Bordelaise Company. Hobson sendte straks to magistrater til området for å etablere det britiske krav på suverenitet ved å avholde domstoler.

Mot slutten av 1840 sendte Port Nicholson-bosettere ut et opprop til Dronning Victoria hvor de ba om at Hobson ble sparket for sin behandling av dem. Hobson svarte 26. mai 1841 til utenriksministeren.

I november 1840 undertegnet dronningen et Royal Charter for at New Zealand skulle bli en kronkoloni adskilt fra New South Wales. Hobson ble tatt i ed som guvernør og øverstkommanderende 3. mai 1841.

Hobson reiste til Wellington i august 1841 hvor han hørte klager av bosettere og utvalgte dommere. Han besøkte Akaroa å gjøre opp de franske kravene. Tilbake i Auckland, hadde han litt problemer med maoriene og hans regjering ble latterliggjort av journalister i Wellington og Auckland. Han svarte med å stenge New Zealand Herald and Auckland Gazette . Da hans regjering hadde lite med midler, tydde han til å utstede uautorisert sedler på det britiske finansdepartementet i 1842. Hobson møtte motstand fra den «senatsklikken»-radikalere som sendte en anmodning til utenriksministeren for å ha Hobson tilbakekalt. En av Hobsons siste handlinger var å erklære en Auckland Anniversary Day, for å markere årsdagen for hans ankomst i Bay of Islands.

Hobson fikk en nytt slag og døde 10. september 1842, før han ble tilbakekalt fra tjenesten. Han ble gravlagt i Symonds Street cemetery i Auckland.

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Michał (II) Bragança

Michał II Bragança, Miguel Maria Carlos Egídio Constantino Gabriel Rafael Gonzaga Francisco de Paula e de Assis Januário de Bragança (19 września 1853 – 11 października 1927) – książę Bragança, w latach 1866-1920 pretendent do tronu Portugalii.

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Michał I i jego rodzina zostali wygnani na podstawie portugalskiego prawa z 1834 i konstytucji z 1838 – zakazano im również powrotu do kraju. Michał II zdobył wykształcenie w Niemczech i Austrii. Służył w wojsku pod rozkazami cesarza i brał udział w okupacji Bośni. Podobno cesarz bardzo lubił Michała i pozwolił mu kultywować portugalskie tradycje. Michał otrzymał stopień pułkownika w 7. austriackim regimencie husarii. Podczas I wojny światowej dalej służył w wojsku austrackim i został lejtnantem (Feldmarschalleutnant). Zrezygnował w 1917, kiedy Portugalia przystąpiła do konfliktu po przeciwnej stronie. Resztę wojny spędził jako cywil w zakonie kawalerów maltańskich. Kiedy po wojnie Austro-Węgry przestały istnieć, Michał i jego rodzina znaleźli się na krawędzi ubóstwa.

31 lipca 1920 po kłótniach ze swoim najstarszym synem, który zawarł kontrowersyjne małżeństwo z amerykańską dziedziczką, Michał II zrzekł się pretensji do tronu Portugalii, na rzecz trzeciego syna Duarte Nuno, który wtedy miał 13 lat. Michał II zmarł w Seebenstein. Został pochowany w Kloster Maria Himmelfahrt w Bronnbach.

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South Oxhey


South Oxhey is a suburb of Watford in the Watford Rural parish of the Three Rivers district of Hertfordshire, England. It is located in the south western corner of Hertfordshire and close to the boundary with Greater London. At the 2011 Census South Oxhey’s population was included in the Northwick Ward of Three Rivers Council.

South Oxhey is a large estate built on land that was formerly part of the Oxhey Hall Estate. There was a manor house here, Oxhey Place, and a chapel. The manor house was owned by the Blackwell family of Crosse and Blackwell fame. It burnt down in 1960. Oxhey Chapel dates from 1612 and is still standing to the south of the parish church of All Saints. The church was opened in 1954 to serve the new estate built after the Second World War by the London County Council. The church was demolished and rebuilt in 2000.

Since the introduction of the nationwide Right to buy policy in 1980, many South Oxhey residents have bought their homes from the local council, meaning that by 2007, some 70% of houses on the estate are privately owned. The estate was built after the Second World War to help alleviate the housing pressures thrust upon London during the Blitz as well as general inadequate housing. South Oxhey was originally built and managed by the London County Council and later the Greater London Council. In 1980 the ownership and management of the estate was transferred from the GLC to Three Rivers District Council. Following changes to financial regulations in 2008, the remaining social housing was transferred to Thrive Homes housing association.

South Oxhey featured in the BBC television series The Choir: Unsung Town which was first broadcast on BBC Two on 1 September 2009. The programme featured a project by Gareth Malone to assemble a community choir in the town by recruiting local residents and encouraging them to take part. A legacy of the programme was the foundation of two groups soccer uniforms wholesale, the South Oxhey Community Choir and the South Oxhey Youth Choir.

As part of the TV series, the choirs performed at venues including the Watford Colosseum, St Albans Abbey, and headlining at Sox Fest ’09 in May 2009. In April 2009, the Community Choir made their debut recording at Abbey Road Studios.

Gareth Malone continued as choirmaster for two years following the conclusion of the TV recording and now maintains his support as patron. The current musical director is Simon Wookey and both the Community and Youth choirs continue to make regular performances about three to four times per year at events around Hertfordshire and the South East of England.

South Oxhey is served by London Overground rail services from Carpenders Park railway station which is on the Watford DC Line. Trains run from Watford Junction to London Euston every 20 minutes (every 30 minutes in the evenings) in either direction. Until 1982, Carpenders Park was part of the London Underground network, on the Bakerloo line.

A number of local bus routes also pass through South Oxhey. Buses are managed by Hertfordshire County Council’s Intalink transport service. One service is provided by Arriva Shires & Essex: The No. 8 runs from Northwood (Mount Vernon Hospital) to Abbots Langley running along Fairfield Avenue, Gosforth Lane and Hayling Road – the route vacated by the cessation of the 503 service refilling water bottles. In addition, there are two limited ‘shopper’ services; The R16 to North Watford and R17 Hatch End both operated by Red Eagle, the W19, operated by Red Rose Travel, runs to North Watford and North Bushey via Carpenders Park, Oxhey Village and Watford Town Centre.

The No soccer long socks. 503 (formerly the no. 1 and 2) used to operate in South Oxhey running via Watford Town Centre, zig-zagging across the northern part of the estate before running in a loop around the southern area and terminating in Hemel Hempstead. However, from September 2014, the service was cut in South Oxhey with the 8 running over its old route. Passengers who used the 503 route beyond Watford are advised to pick up the 500 bus from Watford Town Centre for Kings Langley and Hemel Hempstead. There are no bus services on the number 8, however, after 7.30pm, due to funding cuts from Hertfordshire County Council.

Although quite some distance away from the main shopping precinct, Moor Park tube station located in Sandy Lodge (near the top of Hayling Road and connecting onto Hampermill Lane/Sandy Lane) and bordering the Moor Park estate, also serves a number of commuters and general passengers from South Oxhey.

South Oxhey has no secondary schools. However, from the early 1950s, there were two Secondary modern schools – Clarendon, on Chilwell Gardens, and the smaller Hampden School, on Little Oxhey Lane. Built to cater for the post war ‘baby boom’, both schools eventually combined to form Sir James Altham Comprehensive (upper and lower schools) and eventually closed as a result of the continual selling of public amenities to developers by Three Rivers Council.

In 2012, the Three Rivers District Council proposed a redevelopment of the local shopping and business area known as ‘The Precinct’. The initiative was devised after 130 flats between Fairfield Avenue and Oxhey Drive were identified by the council as being beyond repair and in need of replacing. However many residents were against the idea of knocking down the old Precinct favouring refurbishment of the existing buildings. Many of the local shop keepers formed a pressure group against a full redevelopment.

In November 2013, political support for the South Oxhey Initiative fractured as the local Conservative Party withdrew their backing for the regeneration scheme. This followed the decision by two housing associations to pull their support as development partners bpa free drink bottles. One of the main areas of political disagreement is the level of social housing to be included in the proposed development. In January 2014, Three Rivers Council announced that they intend to continue with submitting an outline planning application in June 2014, in the hope that a developer will show interest in the scheme after planning permission has been granted.

South Oxhey has a number of doctors surgeries based on Oxhey Drive, the largest being The Consulting Rooms. Since the onset of Clinical Commissioning Groups in 2013, services have been expanded to include the wider community, enabling patients to have more choice in their care. There is also a surgery near the top end of Prestwick Road.

Oxhey Woods Local Nature Reserve is on the western border of South Oxhey.

Oxhey Jets football club were established in 1972 as a boys team, eventually moving to the local Watford leagues when they became a men’s team. The club are now in the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division and made their debut in the FA Cup during the 2005–06 season.

A book South Oxhey : “a giant on their doorstep” author Rose McNamara-Wright tells a brief history of South Oxhey for children growing up during the war as told through her own experiences.