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1033

Year 1033 was a common year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar. February 2 – Emperor Conrad II holds an assembly at the Abbey of Payerne and is crowned King of Burgundy, he claims dominion over the Kingdom of Arles, incorporated into the Holy Roman Empire. Treaty of Merseburg: Conrad II attends a Hoftag at Merseburg and signs an agreement with King Mieszko II, he divides Poland in three parts with Mieszko designated as supreme ruler, in exchange for Conrad's support. Panic spreads throughout Europe that the end of the universe may be near, on the supposed 1,000th anniversary of the crucifixion of Christ, due to some unusually harsh spring weather; the Book of Revelation predicts the end of the earth after a 1,000 year period. Anselm, English archbishop and philosopher Cheng Yi, Chinese neo-confucian philosopher Conan II, duke of Brittany Fujiwara no Atsuie, Japanese nobleman Fujiwara no Tadaie, Japanese statesman Judith of Flanders, German duchess Theobald of Provins, French hermit and saint Urraca of Zamora, Spanish noblewoman May 11 – Ebles I, French nobleman and archbishop Abu Talib Yahya, Muslim imam Ahmad Inaltigin, Ghaznavid general and rebel leader Ibno Al-Thahabi, Moorish encyclopedist and physician John VIII bar Abdoun, patriarch of Antioch Liu and regent of the Song Dynasty Merewith, English abbot and bishop Otto Bolesławowic, Polish prince Rhydderch ap Iestyn, king of Gwent and Deheubarth

Zivanna Letisha Siregar

Zivanna Letisha Siregar is an Indonesian model and beauty queen titleholder who won Puteri Indonesia 2008 on August 15, 2008 succeeding her predecessor, Putri Raemawasti. She has a chance to compete at Miss Universe 2009 Pageant in Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas, as the representative of Indonesia. Though she was one of the favorites to enter the semi-finals by many pageant sites, she did not make it to the Top 15. Born with Batak and Sundanese background, She is the former winner of Elite Model Look Indonesia, competed in Elite Model Look Asia Pacific 2006 in China, she is a student at University of Indonesia, majoring in economics. She hopes to be an economist in the future, she is working as a news presenter on Indonesian TV station NET. and she eager to become a movie star. There have been some offers, she was made "Ambassador for Orangutans", visiting the Orangutan Foundation International’s Orangutan Care Center and Quarantine in Pasir Panjang as well as Camp Leakey in Tanjung Puting National Park to publicize the plight of wild orangutan populations and their habitat, tropical rain forest, in Sumatra and Borneo.

During her visit she interviewed President of OFI, for television. Zivanna is fluent in both English. Al-Izhar Pondok Labu High School Jakarta University of Indonesia - Faculty of Economics Alexander Siregar, physicist working on Cabal theory. Puteri Indonesia Profil in KapanLagi.com

Ashby's Mill

Ashby's Mill referred to as Brixton Windmill, is a restored grade II* listed tower mill at Brixton in the London Borough of Lambeth. The mill was in Surrey when has been preserved. Ashby's Mill was built in 1816 and worked by wind until 1862, when the business was transferred to a watermill at Mitcham on the River Wandle; the sails were removed in 1864 and the windmill was relegated to use as a store. In 1902, the lease on the watermill expired and a steam engine was installed in the windmill; this was replaced by a gas engine. The windmill was worked by engine until 1934, supplied wholemeal flour to West End hotels and restaurants. After the war, there were proposals to build a block of flats; the proposal was rejected and it was decided to conserve the mill, restored in 1964 by London County Council. New sails were fitted, machinery from a derelict windmill at Burgh le Marsh, Lincolnshire installed to replace that, removed; the work being done by Thompson's, the Alford millwrights. Following restoration, the mill was opened to the public at Easter 1968.

The mill remains in their ownership. Further restoration was carried out in 1978 and 1983, but the windmill had been placed on the Buildings at Risk Register in 1995; the Friends of Windmill Gardens had been formed in April 2003 with the aim of restoring the windmill and surrounding area as a public amenity. In September 2004, an archaeological dig was organised, with assistance from the Museum of London Archaeology Service. A £ 25,000 grant was given by Lambeth Borough Council towards repairs to gardens. A£2,000,000 restoration plan has been put together with assistance from the Horniman Museum and the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings. An application for a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund was submitted; the Heritage Lottery Fund granted £397,700 towards the restoration. Lambeth Council and the Friends of Windmill Gardens contributed towards the restoration of the mill, which cost £581,000; the restored mill was opened to the public on 2 May 2011 by Chuka Umunna, MP for Streatham.

Ashby's Mill is a four-storey brick tower mill with a boat shaped cap. It had two Common sails; the cap was winded by no fantail being fitted. The cast iron windshaft is the only remaining original piece of machinery; the mill is 22 feet diameter at the base and 39 feet 6 inches to the curb, 49 feet high overall. John Ashby 1816 - 1845 Joshua Ashby 1860s - 1934 Brixton Windmill - official site of Ashby's Mill SPAB - SPAB Mills section Windmill World webpage on Ashby's mill