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Kari InnerĂ¥

Kari Innerå is a Norwegian gourmet chef who has won the Nordic Culinary Championships and the Culinary Olympics. Innerå is known for her restaurant Cru vin & kjøkken which she established in 2008 together with investor, former Olympic cross country ski champion Thomas Alsgaard; when she was headhunted to establish the gourmet restaurant Fru K at The Thief in Oslo, Innerå was introduced to a wider audience nationally and internationally. 20 years old Innerå moved to London to apprentice under chef Marco Pierre White at the venerable gourmet restaurant Mirabelle in London. She worked at the Culinary Institute in Stavanger and Bagatelle restaurant in Oslo, won gold in the Culinary Olympics in Erfurt with the Norwegian Culinary Team in 2008 and started her own "Cru vin & kjøkken" restaurant the same year. Along with Thomas Alsgaard, wine connoisseur Merete Bø and noted chef Terje Ness she opened the gourmet restaurant "Cru vin & kjøkken" in October 2008; the inspiration was taken from Willy's Wine Bar in Paris, the wine cellar is one of Oslo's most extensive with over 1000 wines available.

The award-winning restaurant focuses on local food, grow their own fruit and vegetables in an allotment close to the city centre. In the morning of May 2, 2011, thieves broke into Cru vine & kjøkken and stole 100 bottles of expensive wine and champagne worth US$40,000–50,000, including a Romanée-Conti, La Tâche Grand Cru 1972 and top wines from Château d'Yquem, Liger-Belair, Jacques Selosse and Dom Pérignon; because of the fact that some of the wines were irreplaceable and chef Kari Innerå announced a bounty of US$10,000 for those who could contribute to the clarification of the robbery. The robbery was never solved. Culinary Olympics in Erfurt On the national team in 2008, when Norway won gold. On the national team, as the sole girl, in 2004 when Norway won bronze. National Culinary Team On the team from 2005-2008 Nordic Culinary Championship Gold in 2007 National Culinary Championship Silver in 2007, when she worked at the Bagatelle Bronze in 2005, when she worked at the Culinary Institute 6th place in 2004, when she worked at the Culinary Institute The Hulda Award Gold in 2007 as a cook/chef de partie at Bagatelle restaurant Silver in 2004 Silver in 2003 Norwegian Youth Culinary Team, Culinary Olympics in Erfurt Bronze in 2004 Trophée Passion in Paris - international cooking competition with participants from 15 nations and a jury headed by top chef Pierre Gagnaire Gold in 2006

He Gui

He Gui, courtesy name Guangyuan, was a major general for the Chinese Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period state Later Liang, serving as Later Liang's overall commander of its operations against its archrival Jin from 917 to his death in 919. He Gui was born during the reign of Emperor Xuānzong of Tang, it is known that he was from Puyang, but all, known about his family were the names of several male-line ancestors — great-grandfather He Yan, grandfather He Hua, father He Zhongyuan. It was said that He Gui was ambitious in his youth, became a soldier during the late Tang Dynasty disturbance, becoming an officer under Zhu Xuan the prefect of Pu Prefecture in modern Heze, Shandong. In 882, when Han Jian the military governor of Weibo Circuit attacked Tianping Circuit, which Pu Prefecture belonged to, Tianping's military governor Cao Cunshi was killed in battle. Zhu took over the army and subsequently defended Tianping's capital Yun Prefecture against Han's attack. Then-reigning Emperor Xizong commissioned Zhu as the acting military governor, the military governor, of Tianping.

Zhu made He Gui the commander of the infantry. By 887, Zhu Xuan was at war with erstwhile ally Zhu Quanzhong the military governor of Xuanwu Circuit, he Gui commanded the Tianping army in battles between Zhu Xuan's and Zhu Quanzhong's armies. In late 895, Zhu Quanzhong's army had Zhu Xuan's cousin Zhu Jin the military governor of Taining Circuit under siege at Taining's capital Yan Prefecture, when Zhu Xuan sent He Gui and another officer, Liu Cun, as well as He Huaibao, an officer of his ally Li Keyong the military governor of Hedong Circuit, to attack Cao Prefecture, to try to see if that attack could help lift the siege on Yan. However, they encountered the main army under Zhu Quanzhong's own command and were soundly defeated, with He Gui, He Huaibao all captured by the Xuanwu army. Zhu Quanzhong took them to Yan and showed them to Zhu Jin, hoping that their capture would help convince Zhu Jin to surrender, but subsequently Zhu Jin used trick to kill his cousin Zhu Qiong, who had surrendered to Zhu Quanzhong, which caused a morale failure in Zhu Quanzhong's army and forced Zhu Quanzhong to withdraw.

Zhu Quanzhong executed Liu and He Huaibao, having heard of He Gui's abilities, spared He Gui and made He Gui an officer in his own army. It was said that because Zhu Quanzhong spared him, He Gui swore an oath to be faithful to Zhu Quanzhong. In 903, when Zhu Quanzhong's ally Wang Shifan the military governor of Pinglu Circuit turned against Zhu, He Gui participated in Zhu's campaign against Wang, after the victory, he was made the prefect of Cao Prefecture, he followed Zhu in his campaign against Zhao Kuangning the military governor of Zhongyi Circuit and Zhao's brother Zhao Kuangming the military governor of Jingnan Circuit in 905, after Zhu's conquest of those circuits was made the acting military governor of Jingnan. Subsequently, when Lei Yangong the military governor of Wuzhen Circuit attacked Jingnan's capital Jiangling Municipality, He Gui withdrew within the city to defend it, Zhu considered this a display of weakness. In 907, Zhu Quanzhong, who had the imperial court under his control at that point, had Emperor Zhaozong's son and successor Emperor Ai yield the throne to him, ending Tang and starting a new Later Liang as its Emperor Taizu.

He Gui received continued promotions. In 909, he was made the military prefect of Xing Prefecture. In 910, he was made the prefect of Ze Prefecture and the acting military governor of Zhaoyi Circuit — which Ze Prefecture belonged to but the capital of which, Lu Prefecture, was under the control of Later Liang's archrival Jin — and was created a marquess. In 912, he was made the prefect of Xiang Prefecture, he was soon recalled to the Later Liang imperial government to serve as the commander of the Left Longhu Army. In 916, by which time Emperor Taizu's son Zhu Zhen was emperor, Weibo Circuit, which had long been in Later Liang's hands, rebelled against Later Liang over Zhu Zhen's plan to weaken the circuit by dividing it into two circuits, surrendered to Jin. Jin's prince Li Cunxu was able to take over the circuit despite Later Liang's attempts to recapture it, although in one of the battles, He Gui and another general, Wang Tan, were able to recapture one of Weibo's prefectures, Chan Prefecture, the prefect that Li Cunxu commissioned, the Weibo officer Li Yan, deliver Li Yan to Zhu Zhen at the capital Daliang.

In 916, Qing Prefecture turned against Later Liang and surrendered to Qi's general Li Jizhi. Zhu Zhen ordered He Gui to command a Later Liang task force to counterattack, He Gui's counterattack captured Qi's Ning and Yan. After Qing fell to him in fall 917, Zhu Z


CODESUP is a private corporation in Pudahuel, Chile founded by local private companies of Pudahuel in order to aim for sustainable development in particular in social and environmental areas. As partners, CODESUP can count on many bodies in the commune, like all big companies and other organizations, schools and trade unions, its associates are: Automotores Gildemeister S. A. - importer Hyundai Chile Banquetería Amelia Correa Izquierdo & Hijos Bodenor Flexcenter - logistics parks Carmell Grupo Inmobiliario CBP Centro de Bodegaje Pudahuel Cecinas San Jorge S. A. Cial Alimentos / Consorcio industrial de alimentos S. A. El Bosque S. A. - promoter of projects like URBANYA Enea Empresas Melón S. A. - concrete Gaasa Hidronor Chile S. A. - recycling Hilton Garden Inn Lo Boza Parque Industrial - industrial park Lomas de Hidronor Praderas PDUC Ciudad Lo Aguirre SCL, Terminal Aéreo Santiago S. A. - operator of the International Airport Santiago de ChilePeople: Johnny Carrasco Hans Hein Julio Fernández Generally, CODESUP works through partnerships with various local or regional bodies, depending on the project.

This can be done through own initiative and further integration of bigger partners, or above all through an intermediate role between the public and the private sector. However, there is a great number of projects which CODESUP realizes on its own account, such as schooling and education projects in the fields of environment and business. Furthermore, it annually grants scholarships for theses in geography and politics, which above all deal with local topics. To be more specific, CODESUP integrates a network of institutions which dedicate themselves to sustainable local development. Of great importance is its integration in the Programa Santiago Emprende Norponiente, composed by public services and, destinated to fomento productivo of small companies and people working on their own account; these public services consist of the Servicio de Cooperación Técnica, the Servicio Nacional de Capacitación y Empleo and the Fondo de Solidaridad e Inversión Social. To these are added the municipalities of Pudahuel, Cerro Navia, Lo Prado and Quinta Normal, many other associations such as the Asociación de Industrias del Area Norte de Santiago, the Asociación de Industrias de Quinta Normal and others of micro and small entrepreneurs.

It works together with ProChile, a Chilean government agency specialized in the promotion of exports, other academic and technical bodies with the overall goal of better monitoring the comuna Pudahuel. Additionally, CODESUP maintains an international cooperation agreement with the Excelentísima Diputación Provincial de Cáceres, Spain, in the area of activities of superior formation in sustainable local administration and government, including Spanish and Chilean experts; the beneficiaries of these programmes are local leaders and functionaries of local authorities in Pudahuel. During 2007 and 2008 the focus was on the assistance on the implementation of the Agenda 21 in the comuna Pudahuel. CODESUP - sitio oficial Municipalidad de Pudahuel - sitio oficial Artículo Tren Ligero de Superficie Proyecto Mapocho 42K

Erica Dawson

Erica Dawson is an American poet and professor. She is the author of two award-winning poetry collections, with a third slated for publication in 2018. Dawson grew up in Maryland. After earning a B. A. degree at Johns Hopkins University and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Poetry at Ohio State University, she earned a Ph. D. at the University of Cincinnati as the Elliston Fellow in Poetry. Dawson's first poetry collection, Big-Eyed Afraid, was selected for the 2006 Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize by Mary Jo Salter and was named Best Debut of 2007 by the Contemporary Poetry Review, her second collection, The Small Blades Hurt, won the 2016 Poets' Prize. A third collection, When Rap Spoke Straight to God, will be published by Tin House Books in 2018. Dawson's poems have appeared in many literary journals and anthologies, including Barrow Street and The Best American Poetry 2008, 2012, 2015. Dawson is known for her innovative use of traditional forms. In 2010 she was said to have achieved "something like rock star status" among New Formalist poets.

She lives in Tampa, where she directs the University of Tampa's Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing and serves as poetry editor of the Tampa Review

Hubert Utterback

Hubert Utterback served briefly on the Iowa Supreme Court was elected as a Democrat to the United States House of Representatives, serving only one term. Born on a farm near Hayesville, Utterback attended the rural schools and Hedrick Normal and Commercial College, he graduated from Drake University in Des Moines, studied law, was admitted to the bar. He commenced practice in Iowa. Early in his practice, he began to teach, serving as an instructor at Drake University Law School from 1908 to 1935, lecturing in law at Still College, Des Moines, Iowa from 1911 to 1933, he served as member of the Iowa State Conference of Social Work and served as chairman of its legislative committee from 1923 to 1925. As a judge, he first served on the police court of Des Moines from 1912 to 1914, was elevated to the Ninth Iowa Judicial District, serving from 1915 to 1927. According to the Iowa Supreme Court's biography of Utterback, he "served on the Iowa Supreme Court from December 5, 1932, when he was issued a certificate of election to fill a supposed vacancy, until April 16, 1933, when it was judicially determined that no vacancy on the court had existed, therefore his election to the Supreme Court was a nullity."

The episode began when Iowa Supreme Court Justice E. A. Morling died less than one month before the 1932 general election, a controversy arose about whether a seat could become open to an election so close to the general election's date. Republican George C. Claussen began to serve on the Court. However, the seat was added to the general election ballot, with the Republican Party nominating Claussen and the Democratic Party nominating Utterback. Utterback outpolled Claussen, received a certificate of election, began to serve in Claussen's place. However, a legal challenge to his election succeeded, when a trial court judge concluded that the seat had not been open to election, ordered Claussen reinstated, the Iowa Supreme Court upheld the ruling. Utterback was the only Democrat elected by Iowa's 6th congressional district from its creation in 1920 until 1956, he defeated incumbent Republican Cassius C. Dowell in 1934, served from January 3, 1935 to January 3, 1937. In 1936 Utterback gave up a chance at re-election to his House seat, choosing instead to run for the U.

S. Senate, but was defeated in the Democratic Primary by Iowa Governor Clyde L. Herring; that year, Dowell recaptured the House seat. Two years in 1938, Utterback tried unsuccessfully to win back his House seat, but Dowell won the rematch; the district would not send another Democrat to Congress until 1956, when Merwin Coad defeated James I. Dolliver by 198 votes, in one of Iowa's closest Congressional elections, he was the cousin of John G. Utterback, who served in Congress from Maine from 1933–1935. After leaving Congress, Utterback served as chairman of the State Board of Parole from 1937 to 1940, served as a State Democratic National committeeman from 1937 to 1940, he died in Des Moines, Iowa, on May 12, 1942. He was interred in Glendale Cemetery. United States Congress. "Hubert Utterback". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. Iowa Judicial Branch Past Iowa Supreme Court Justices page for Hubert Utterback This article incorporates public domain material from the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress website