The Branivojević was a Serbian noble family that held possessions in Hum. The progenitor, served King Stefan Milutin, was given rule of Ston and Pelješac; the family had by 1325 emerged as the strongest family in Zahumlje. In 1326, while serving Serbian King Stefan Dečanski, Branoje Branivojević, the lord of Ston and Pelješac, was given a great two-handed sword. At their highest point they ruled from Cetina river to the town of Kotor. Internal fights provided opportunity for the peripheral nobility, which would have bad consequences in the west, Hum. Though nominal vassals of Serbia, the Branivojević family attacked Serbian interests and other local nobles of Hum, who in 1326 turned against Serbia and the Branivojevići; the Hum nobility approached Stjepan Kotromanić II, the ban of Bosnia, who annexed most of Hum. The Draživojevići of Nevesinje, as vassals of the Bosnian Ban, became the leading family of Hum in 1330s. Branivoje, a local magnate that served Serbian King Stefan Milutin Branoje Branivojević, Lord of Ston and Pelješac Mihajlo Branivojević Branko Branivojević Brajko Branivojević, married to Vojislava Vojinović War of Hum Fine, John Van Antwerp, Jr.
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Jared Gomes is a Canadian ice hockey player. He is playing for SC Riessersee of the German second tier league DEL2. Gomes attended the University of Prince Edward Island where he played in the Atlantic conference of Canadian Interuniversity Sport. For his outstanding play during the 2009–10 season, Gomes was selected as the 2009–10 CIS Rookie of the Year and was awarded the Clare Drake Award, he was named to the 2011–12 AUS First All-Star Team. Gomes spent the 2013–14 season with the American Hockey League’s San Antonio Rampage. On October 11, 2014, Gomes signed a professional tryout contract with the Hamilton Bulldogs of the AHL, he was shortly released thereafter, securing his first European contract in signing a one-year deal with the Straubing Tigers of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga on October 16, 2014. In the 2014–15 season, Gomes established a role as a depth forward and contributed with 14 points in 41 games. On June 3, 2015, Gomes opted to return to the AHL, signing a one-year contract for the 2015–16 season with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers.
In season 2016-17 he has played for Italy team Ritten Sport in the Continental Cup until he changed to German second level league team SC Riessersee in November 2016. Jared Gomes career statistics at EliteProspects.com Jared Gomes career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database
Girls on Film is the second novel in the A-List series by Zoey Dean. It was published in April 2004 through the Poppy imprint at Brown Books for Young Readers. "Ben, you don't have to do anything for me. Not ballons, not roses, not phone calls. Nothing" Anna couldn't bare to see Ben go, she did only have her heart shattered and stepped on all by Ben. Anna didn’t know what to do, she had to change from staring into Ben’s beautiful eyes to looking at Adams blue star tattoo. Adam was at the wedding with Anna, Cammie and Sam. Adam fell in love with Anna at first sight but Anna was with Ben. Cammie and Sam were “best friends” but never seemed to tell each other anything about their personal lives and their plans. Cammie, queen bee with her gorgeous strawberry blonde hair and lovely body shape, couldn’t quite win Ben back, Ben wanted Anna; when Ben and Anna see each other on the boardwalk, Anna is with Adam, Ben is with his cousin who he pretends is his girlfriend to make Anna jealous. But Ben felt like a loser with a broken heart.
Anna is able to score another internship but its in the afternoon after school which means she will still have to go to senior year. Susan, Anna's sister is fresh out of sober, but we will see. Susan is Susan. Sam and Anna head out to the V's to do some filming. Anna calls up Ben saying except she calls from the Hotel Phone. So Ben heads up to the V's to win Anna back, but it doesn’t happen. Anna is assigned to be a writer from New Yorks, friend at the Party; when Anna loses Brock she finds Susan intoxicated with Cammie, Anna made sure Cammie knew about Susan. Sam gave Anna and Susan a ride home without making a big deal, and on Annas way out she finds her boss, with Brock who seems to have a drinking problem. When Anna is to return to work on Monday, she has to face Margaret. Not to mention Cammies dad is the head of the company Annas internship is with, Apex; when Anna is shocked that she still has the job, it means that Margaret is dead to Anna meaning they are not to talk to each other or interact with each other.
Sam offers a small getaway to Santa Barbara. When Anna goes for a small run on the beach Ben catches up to her to tell her the truth about what happened that night. Anna forgives Ben and they redo that night
Giovanni Vigna is an Italian former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1950s and 1960s. He played at representative level for Italy and Combined Nationalities, at club level for Torino XIII, as a second-row, i.e. number 11 or 12, during the era of contested scrums. Vincenzo Bertolotto co-organised, captained the Italy tour of 1950 to France and Wales; the Italy squad was. Italy toured again in 1954, they were known as Federazione Amatori Italiani – Gioco di XIII because they were prevented from using the term "rugby" by the Federazione Italiana Rugby, the squad included. Giovanni Vigna played right-second-row, i.e. number 12, scored a try in Combined Nationalities' 15-19 defeat by France at Stade de Gerland, Lyon on Sunday 3 January 1954. Giovanni Vigna played right-second-row, i.e. number 12, in Italy's 15-37 defeat by Australia in the 1959–60 Kangaroo tour match at Stadio Euganeo, Padua on Saturday 23 January 1960. Following the Italy tour of 1950 to France and Wales, a Torino XIII featuring Giovanni Vigna joined the French league.
Benedetto Pasqua. Francesco Volpe. Gianluca Barca. Search for "Vigna" at espnscrum.com
The Kan-Etsu Expressway is a national expressway in Japan. It is managed by East Nippon Expressway Company. Kan-Etsu is the kanji acronym of Kantō and the old Echigo Province comprising modern-day Niigata Prefecture; the Kan-Etsu consists of two routes. Both end in Niigata Prefecture; the Kan-Etsu Expressway Niigata Route consists of the entire Kan-Etsu Expressway from Nerima to Nagaoka, as well as the Hokuriku Expressway beyond Nagaoka to its terminus in the city of Niigata. The Kan-Etsu Expressway Jōetsu Route is concurrent with the Niigata Route until Fujioka Junction, where it branches off as the Jōshin-etsu Expressway and traverses Nagano Prefecture to its terminus in Jōetsu, Niigata; the remainder of this article will focus on the Niigata Route section between Nagaoka. The expressway begins in Nerima Ward in the north of Tokyo. A junction with the Tokyo Gaikan Expressway near the origin links the Kan-etsu with other expressways serving northern parts of the Tokyo urban area. From here the expressway follows a northwesterly course to its terminus in Niigata Prefecture, passing through central areas of Saitama Prefecture and Gunma Prefecture.
In Gunma the Kan-etsu provides access to Nagano Prefecture by way of the Jōshin-etsu Expressway at Fujioka Junction, completion of the Kita-Kantō Expressway in 2011 will facilitate access to Tochigi Prefecture and Ibaraki Prefecture. The mountainous area separating Gunma and Niigata Prefectures is traversed by the Kan-Etsu Tunnel, the second longest road tunnel in Japan; the expressway passes through southern Niigata Prefecture before terminating at a junction with the Hokuriku Expressway in Nagaoka. The expressway parallels National Route 17 and the Jōetsu Shinkansen of East Japan Railway Company for most of its length; the first section opened in 1971 and the entire route was opened to traffic in 1985. The route is six lanes from Ōizumi Junction to Shibukawa-Ikaho Interchange, all other sections are four lanes. IC - interchange, SIC - smart interchange, JCT - junction, SA - service area, PA - parking area, TB - toll gate, BS - bus stop, CB - snow chains, TN - tunnel, BR - bridge East Nippon Expressway Company