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Year 219 was a common year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Sacerdos; the denomination 219 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years. Imperator Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus and Quintus Tineius Sacerdos become Roman Consuls. Julia Maesa arranges, for her grandson Elagabalus, a marriage with Julia Paula; the wedding is a lavish ceremony and Paula is given the honorific title of Augusta. Legions III Gallica and IV Scythica are disbanded by Elagabalus after their leaders and Gellius Maximus, rebel. Emperor Elagabalus, age 15, is initiated into the worship of the Phrygian gods Attis; the reign of Pulona, Satavahana king of Andhra, begins in India. The Battle of Mount Dingjun ends with Liu Bei emerging victorious, he declares himself king of Hanzhong afterwards. Guan Yu floods the fortress at Fan in the Battle of Fancheng, while Lü Meng captures his base in Jing Province.

Guan Yu retreats to Maicheng, falls into an ambush, gets captured by Sun Quan's forces. Cao Cao controls northern China. Sun Quan rules southern China. Liu Bei controls Yi Province. Tuoba Liwei becomes the first chieftain of the Tuoba clan of the Xianbei people. Sun Jun, Chinese general and regent of the Eastern Wu state in the Three Kingdoms period Jiang Qin, Chinese general serving under the Han dynasty warlord Sun Quan Pang De, Chinese general serving under the Han dynasty warlord Cao Cao Sima Fang and official who lived during the Han dynasty Sun Jiao, Chinese general serving under the Han dynasty warlord Sun Quan Verus, Roman usurper and commander of Legio III Gallica in Syria Xiahou Yuan, Chinese general serving under the Han dynasty warlord Cao Cao Yang Xiu, adviser serving under the Han dynasty warlord Cao Cao Zhang Zhongjing, Chinese physician and pharmacologist

Jack Evans (musician)

Jack Evans is an American musician and songwriter. Evans, a 1978 graduate of Boston's Berklee College of Music with a Bachelor of Music Composition Degree, went on to form the award-winning band Reverend Zen; the New York band's first album was Angels and the Crying Moon on Blakjak Music Records, Anamosa Songs ASCAP c2006. The group's ten song video collection entitled Reverend Zen The Videos was released in 2015 in association with Blakjak Music Records, Anamosa Songs ASCAP c2015. In 2019 the band released their single "Magdalena - New Wings" on Blakjak Music Records, Anamosa Songs ASCAP c2019. He's won seventy five songwriting and performance awards with Reverend Zen around the world including: 2017 Winner Jango Radio / Radio Airplay Summer Song Contest - NYC 2016 Semi-finalist Australia Song Contest - Sydney 2016 Runner Up Song of the Year Contest - Houston 2015 Finalist Great American Song Contest - Portland 2015 Semi-finalist UK Song Contest - London, UK 2011/12 ASCAP Plus Award – N. Y.

C. 2010/11 ASCAP Plus Award – N. Y. C. 2010 Semi-finalist UK Song Contest – London, UK 2009/10 Artist of the Year Nomination & 2009/10 Song of the Year Nomination with 9 Finalist Awards ABC Radio Networks Fame Games Effigy Awards, Costa del Sol Spain / N. Y. C. 2009/10 ASCAP Plus Award – N. Y. C. 2009 Semi-finalist UK Song Contest – London, UK 2009 Semi-finalist Australia Song Contest – Sydney, Australia 2008/09 Artist of the Year Nomination and 7 Finalist Awards ABC Radio Networks Fame Games Effigy Awards – Costa del Sol, Spain / N. Y. C. 2008/09 ASCAP Plus Award – N. Y. C. 2 Finalist Awards 2008/09 Unisong International Song ContestLos Angeles 2008 Best Song Nomination Los Angeles Music Awards – Los Angeles 2008 Best Song Nomination Toronto Exclusive Magazine Awards – Toronto, Canada 2008 Finalist with 3 Semi-finalist Awards France's 100% Song Contest – Arville / Paris, France 2008 3 Semi-finalist Awards UK Song Contest – London, UK 2008 Semi-finalist Award Australia Song Contest – Sydney, Australia 2008 Golden Wave Artist of the Year Award – The Colorado Wave – Indie Music Wave shows I Radio LA – Denver/Los Angeles 2007/08 Song of the Year & 2007/08 Artist of the Year Nominee with 5 Finalist Awards ABC Radio Networks Fame Games Effigy Awards – Costa del Sol, Spain / N.

Y. C. 2007/08 ASCAP Plus Award – N. Y. C. 2007 Artist of the Year with 4 Best Song Nominations Los Angeles Music Awards 2007 Artist of the Year WCH Radio – St. Louis, 2 Finalist Awards 2007/08 Unisong International Song Contest – L. A. 2006 Bronze Artist Award RGW Radio – Norfolk, UK 2006 Finalist VH1 Song of the Year Contest with 5 Runner-up Awards – Houston/N. Y. C, he has won multiple awards from the Billboard World Song Contest – N. Y. C. the Mid Atlantic Song Contest – Washington, DC and the Singer/Songwriter Awards in London, U. K. Evans is the lead singer and drummer of Reverend Zen, put together the band with over 10 other musicians; some of those musicians have performed with Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Wonder, Eric Clapton, Annie Lennox, Elvis Costello, Shawn Colvin, Donald Fagen, John Scofield, B. B. King, David Sanborn, Sheryl Crow, Aretha Franklin, John Mayer, Joni Mitchell, Albert Collins, Michael Jackson. Evans and Reverend Zen appear on the compilation releases "Fresh Produce 4" c2007 from MVY Radio – Martha's Vineyard, Cape Cod, Ma.

Newport, R. I. "Music For Coffee Beings" c2007 from RPW Records – Vancouver, Canada, "Songwriters & Storytellers" c2007 from Indie Artist Alliance – San Francisco, Ca. "Just Talents" c2007 from Research Music – Miami, Fla. Rio de Janeiro, Berlin, Germany. Jack Evans Reverend Zen

United States Army Africa

United States Army Africa known as the Southern European Task Force, is the United States Army service component command of United States Africa Command. USARAF's headquarters are located on Caserma Ederle and Caserma Del Din, Italy. SETAF, now known as USARAF/SETAF has been stationed in Italy since 1955 and has a long history of operating on the African continent and partnering with African nations. During the past 15 years, SETAF has provided crisis response, disaster relief and humanitarian assistance on the continent. On 3 December 2008 in Rome, Italy, an official announcement by the U. S. and Italian governments stated that SETAF would become USARAF, one week on 9 December 2008 USARAF was established as the Army Service Component Command of AFRICOM. According to the Army Times, this marked the end of the airborne chapter of the unit's history and the beginning of its new role as the Army component of AFRICOM; the vision for U. S. Army Africa is to be a trusted and respected partner, achieving long-term strategic effects in Africa.

The command's mission statement explains that USARAF/SETAF employs Army forces as partners, builds sustainable capacity, supports the joint force in order to disrupt transnational threats and promote regional stability in Africa. The current USARAF commander will ensure that U. S. Army capabilities are available and prepared to protect U. S. interests, support the achievement of AFRICOM goals, enable our African partners to provide a secure environment. To achieve this, USARAF will ensure a deployable operational headquarters is validated and available to deploy; when these items mentioned are met, American interests are protected and African land forces are able to address African security challenges. Means by which the DoD encourages and enables countries and organizations to work with the U. S. to achieve strategic objectives. Consists of official and non-combat interactions between Army elements, active duty, or U. S. National Guard and Reserve components; this includes U. S. government or non-government entities that support the Army and governments, institutions, or people of other nations or official or non-governmental international organizations.

Department of State managed program that trains 20-30 battalions of peacekeepers throughout Africa annually. ACOTA trains and equips contingents from selected African militaries with enhanced capacity to respond and to peace support and humanitarian relief situations on the continent. ACOTA is a part of Global Peace Operations Initiative. ADAPT is a theater logistics engagement activity that helps build deployment capacity for African partners who conduct peacekeeping, counter-terrorism, or humanitarian relief operations in Africa. Funded by the Department of State, the ADAPT program aims to enhance the projection capabilities of African militaries to support these mission requirements. Provides assistance to enhance the capabilities of a foreign country's national military forces. Designed to build relationships and satisfy the Army's Title 10 responsibilities; this is a five-day event where the team participates with partner nation's military on different types of non-training related events.

Military to Military event that occurs in which an African partner sends a group of military related personnel to American military activities with the purpose being to expose and familiarize the partner nation on some aspect of the U. S. Army. Bi-lateral and multi-lateral exercises where U. S. forces train alongside partner nations. Scenarios and environments vary; these are designed to train U. S. medical elements and specialists as well as host nation personnel. This enhances relationships. Reform or rebuild a state's security sector. Focuses on where a dysfunctional security sector is unable to provide security to the state and its people and under democratic principles. Multiple week-long training program with the goal of establishing a self-sustaining indigenous HMA program in select partner nations. Engagement opportunity that brings together land forces chiefs of staff from African nations and military leadership from the U. S. Army to discuss African security challenges. 7th Annual ALFS was in Gaborone, Botswana with more than 40 African Land Forces Chiefs in attendance.

The unified action to generate and sustain local, host-nation or regional security forces in support of a legitimate authority. This is a National Guard Bureau program; this program provides unique partnership capacity building capabilities to combatant commanders through partnerships between U. S. states and partner nations. This is a U. S. Army Cadet Command program; this program utilizes immersion training within a deployment to a partner nation. These are mil to mil training exercises. In the fall of 2008, SETAF went through major organizational changes as it restructured to support AFRICOM, it was August 2008 when SETAF conducted its final airborne operation and, shortly thereafter, SETAF soldiers replaced their maroon berets with black berets and replaced their airborne tabs with historic SETAF scrolls. In early December 2008, the U. S. Ambassador to Italy and the Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs announced in Rome that SETAF had assumed duties as the U. S. Army Africa, the Arm

Claude Le Coz

Claude Le Coz was a French Catholic bishop. Le Coz was born at Finistère, he was pupil professor, principal of the Collège de Quimper. He took the constitutional oath in 1791, was elected constitutional bishop of Ille-et-Vilaine, wrote in defence of his election — declared null and void by the pope — "Accord des vrais principes de la morale et de la raison sur la Constitution civile du clergé". Elected to the Legislative Assembly, he showed courage and ability in defending against the majority Catholic colleges, the ecclesiastical costume, Christian marriage, his moderation drew upon him the severity of the Convention, he spent fourteen months in the prison of Mont-Saint-Michel. Under the Directory, the vigour with which he opposed the substitution of the decadi for the Christian Sunday came near causing his deportation. Under the Concordat of 1802, Le Coz was one of the Constitutional bishops whom the force of circumstances compelled the Holy See to recognize, he became Archbishop of Besançon.

Bernier, the ecclesiastical diplomat who negotiated the rehabilitation of the jurors, thought it best, in order to avoid delay, not to make a clear mention of the manner of retractation required by Pope Pius VII. As schismatic Bishop of Ille-et-Vilaine, Le Coz failed in his endeavour to organize the new province of which he was the metropolitan; the strange mixture in Le Coz's life, is explained by his intensely Gallican education, which caused him to adopt and to maintain with obstinacy schismatic views. His Gallicanism, which made him so haughty toward the pope, found him cringing before the various political regimes which succeeded one another during his episcopate. Le Coz against the all-powerful Abbé Grégoire, defended the cause of religion in the Annales de la Religion, in which he was a collaborator, in his Correspondance, part of, published, he died at Jura. Roussel, Le Coz, évêque d'Ille-et-Vilaine idem, Correspondance de Le Coz Pisani, Le Coz in Répertoire biographique de l'Episcopat Constitutionnel This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Herbermann, Charles, ed..

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Richard Pennington

Richard Pennington served as Superintendent of the New Orleans Police Department in New Orleans, Louisiana from 1994 to 2002 and Chief of the Atlanta Police Department in Atlanta, Georgia from 2002 to 2010. Pennington was born in Little Rock, Arkansas where his mother was a barber with her own shop and his father worked on the Rock Island Railroad; the railroad closed while Pennington was in high school and the family moved to Gary, where his father became a crane operator with U. S. Steel as well as a part-time deputy sheriff. Pennington had an uncle in the Chicago police force. After her children grew up and moved out, Pennington's mother opened a pool hall and a restaurant as well as built apartments as rental units. Pennington spent childhood summers in rural Alabama with his grandfather. At 18, Pennington enrolled in the U. S. Air Force and served as a member of the U. S. Air Force Security Police unit during the Vietnam War, he began his career in law enforcement in 1968 as an officer in the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia.

While working full-time, Pennington earned a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from American University and a master's degree in counseling from the University of the District of Columbia. Pennington served in MPD for 26 years and was promoted to assistant chief. In October 1994, he became police chief in New Orleans, where he was credited with major improvements in what had been a poorly regarded and corruption-ridden police department. In fact, conditions in the department were so bad before Pennington arrived, the United States Department of Justice was threatening to move in and take over the city's law enforcement. On the day of his inauguration, he was notified of the investigation and that one of his officers had murdered a witness. Under Pennington, more than 350 officers were disciplined, fired or indicted for misconduct, while one officer would become the second sentenced to death for violent crimes. Pennington was a candidate in the 2002 New Orleans mayoral election. Although he led in most pre-election polls, he finished second to Ray Nagin in the first round of voting, lost the runoff election to Nagin by a margin of 59% to 41%.

Shortly thereafter, he resigned as New Orleans police chief. In July 2002, Shirley Franklin hired Pennington as the police chief of Georgia, he served in that position until 2010. In 2009, Pennington was a defendant in a lawsuit which alleges that he, along with other senior officers, engaged in a criminal conspiracy to retaliate against a police officer who testified on behalf of a defendant in a bond hearing in federal court; the case, Reid v. City of Atlanta, et al. United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia, Atlanta Division, is pending on cross motions for summary judgment. Pennington was a defendant in the federal civil rights lawsuit of Calhoun v. Pennington, filed in November 2009 on behalf of patrons of a gay bar in Atlanta who were detained and searched during a police raid. Pennington had one son from this marriage, he remarried in 1992 and had a second son

La intrusa (2001 TV series)

La Intrusa is a Mexican telenovela produced by Ignacio Sada for Televisa in 2001. It is a remake of the Venezuela telenovela Valentina, produced in 1975. Gabriela Spanic and Arturo Peniche star as the protagonists, while Laura Zapata, Chantal Andere, Sergio Sendel and Dominika Paleta star as the antagonists. Rodrigo Junquera, close to death after a long illness, decides to ask the nanny of his young child, Virginia Martínez, to marry him so she can look after his children when he will be gone. Virginia is a noble young woman, in love with Rodrigo's eldest son, Carlos Alberto; when after his death it is discovered that Virginia is Rodrigo's wife, the heir of all his wealth, Carlos Alberto, along with his brothers, accuse her of being an ambitious woman who married Rodrigo in secret. Virginia's ordeal begins because she not only has to deal with the contempt of Carlos Alberto, still in love with her, but with the rudeness of Rodrigo's oldest children: Junior and Violeta. With the love of Aldo and Memo, the little ones, it makes coping with the existence within the mansion a little better.

Meanwhile, in another part of the country, a young woman named Vanessa is dedicated to deceiving millionaires in order to get their fortune, eager to get out of the miserable life she leads. She is the twin sister of Virginia, who has distanced herself so that their relationship is nil. Beset by debt, Vanessa travels one day to Mexico where she meets Carlos Alberto, with whom she falls in love. However, despite her being a physical clone of Virginia, he despises her for her rudeness and impudence and just appearing like Virginia. Virginia and Carlos Alberto marry, but after a series of faintings and loss of vision, Virginia discovers she has an inoperable brain cancer. At the same time, the medical findings confirm, she finds. Virginia, disregarding the doctor's advice, decides to go ahead with the pregnancy. Blind and with the tumor extending Virginia manages to give birth to a beautiful girl; the news of the death of her sister and the birth of her niece reaches Vanessa, who decides to go to Mexico to avenge all the slights Virginia suffered and to take care of her niece.

Gabriela Spanic as Virginia Martínez Roldán de Junquera† / Vanessa Martínez Roldán de Islas Arturo Peniche as Carlos Alberto Junquera Brito Laura Zapata as Maximiliana Limantour Bracho de Roldán Chantal Andere as Raquel Junquera Brito Sergio Sendel as Danilo Roldán Limantour Karla Álvarez as Violeta Junquera Brito Dominika Paleta as Anabella Roldán Limantour Guillermo García Cantú as Rodrigo "Junior" Junquera Brito / Rodrigo Rivadeneyra Vargas Patricia Reyes Spíndola as Renata de Velarde Silvia Caos as Evelia Queta Lavat as Rosalía Bracho Vda. de Limantour Irma Lozano as Laura Elías de Rivadeneyra Gustavo Rojo as Víctor Rivadeneyra Official website La Intrusa on IMDb