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Year 395 was a common year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Probinus; the denomination 395 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. January 17 – Emperor Theodosius I, age 48, dies after a disease involving severe edema, at Milan; the Roman Empire is re-divided into a western half. The Eastern Roman Empire is centered in Constantinople under Arcadius, son of Theodosius, the Western Roman Empire in Mediolanum under his brother Honorius. April 27 – Arcadius marries Aelia Eudoxia, daughter of the Frankish general Flavius Bauto, his seven-year-old half-sister, Galla Placidia, is sent to Rome, where she spends her childhood in the household of Stilicho and his wife Serena. Alaric, Visigothic leader of the foederati, renounces Roman fealty and is declared king, waging war against both parts of the Roman Empire, ending a 16-year period of peace.

The Goths, led by Alaric I, invade and devastate Thrace and Macedonia, impose a tribute on Athens, turn their sights on the West. Arcadius, unable to defeat them, gives Alaric control of the Balkans and grants him the position of magister militum in Illyricum. November 27 – Rufinus, Praetorian prefect of the East, is murdered by Gothic mercenaries under Gainas. December 8 – Later Yan is defeated by its former vassal Northern Wei at the Battle of Canhe Slope, during the Southern and Northern Dynasties period of China; the Huns begin their large-scale attack on the Eastern Roman Empire. They invade Armenia and enter parts of Syria, threatening Antioch. King Rudrasimha III, ruler of the Western Satraps, is defeated by the Gupta Empire. An estimated 330,000 acres of farmland lie abandoned in Campania as a consequence of malaria from mosquitoes bred in swampy areas, but because imprudent agriculture has ruined the land. Possible date. Augustine, age 40, becomes bishop of Hippo Regius, his assignment is the reunification of the Roman Catholic Church in Africa focusing on the Donatist movement led by Primianus of Carthage.

Russian astronomer Nikolai Alexandrovich Morozov claimed that Revelation to John could be astronomically dated to September 30, 395. January 17 – Theodosius I, Roman Emperor November 27 – Rufinus, Roman consul and praetorian prefect Apa Bane, Christian hermit and Saint Ausonius, Roman poet and rhetorician

Divas En EspaƱol

Divas En Español is a compilation album produced by Sony Internacional and Columbia Records, with some tracks in Spanish from the show VH1 divas, that include some bonus tracks from different albums and new recordings specially for it. Is rare to find it and, it comes with bonus tracks in Latin America. Otro Amor Vendrá - Lara Fabian Solo Otra Vez - Celine Dion Mi Todo - Mariah Carey Si Voy A Perderte - Gloria Estefan Corazón - Carole King Amar Es Para Siempre - Jennifer Lopez Tal Vez Es Amor - Jessica Simpson Burn - Tina Arena Yo Viviré - Gloria Gaynor Dame Amor - Alexia Vida De Mi Vida - Jennifer Rush Otro Amor Vendrá - Lara Fabian Sola Otra Vez - Celine Dion Verás - Madonna Mi Todo - Mariah Carey Si Voy A Perderte - Gloria Estefan Corazón - Carole King Amar Es Para Siempre - Jennifer Lopez Tal Vez Es Amor - Jessica Simpson Se Fue - Laura Pausini Burn - Tina Arena Yo Viviré - Gloria Gaynor Dame Amor - Alexia Vida De Mi Vida - Jennifer Rush

Tikli and Laxmi Bomb

Tikli and Laxmi Bomb is an Indian film released on Netflix, directed by Aditya Kripalani based on revolution in the sex trade, the story of which revolves around two sex workers in Mumbai, India who decide to attain autonomy in their profession by running a small part of the sex trade by women and for women. Laxmi Malwankar is a sex worker in Mumbai who takes a shot at S. V. street and has been a piece of Mumbai's flourishing sex exchange for two decades. She's 40, tainted and at some level has a profound seeded dedication towards Mhatre, the pimp, who deals with every one of the young ladies on that road. Putul, 22, hails from Bangladesh and Mhatre the pimp has conveyed her to Laxmi to be instructed the ropes. Putul, defiant as she seems to be, is brimming with inquiries concerning how this framework functions and why every one of the men in this arrangement of prostitution pronounce to give security however wind up getting to be predators themselves from whom at that point there is no assurance.

For Laxmi this is the manner by which the world works, it is a man controlled society and her solitary counsel to Putul is to adjust to the methods for this universe of men. After some time, Putul can persuade Laxmi. Laxmi however still not persuaded enough to take it up as her own motivation, chooses to remain by Putul because of a grouping of certain occasions that happen in the city. Together they get the chance to be known as Tikli and Laxmi Bomb and begin off this small scale upheaval in which they set up a framework for ladies, keep running by ladies, in which the last client is a man however the ladies run it the manner in which they need and in add up to control. How far would they say they are ready to go in this undertaking? How tall is their new association ready to develop before it turns out to be too enormous a risk for man centric society to give it a chance to exist? It is safe to say that they are ready to roll out an improvement, perpetual or another tiny blip on the radar?

Does Laxmi, who at first just stands behind Putul's motivation, take this up as her own motivation soon enough, understanding that ladies of the world are sisters in what they experience and their capacity lies in realizing that? Living in what could well be the strata of society, most mistreated by man centric society, as it doesn't authoritatively exist in India, can these young ladies fashion another way for sex specialists in the nation? Or on the other hand do they rise just to at last be overwhelmed by a claustrophobic man's reality? Vibhawari DeshpandeChitrangada Chakraborty

30th Central Scientific Research Institute, Ministry of Defence (Russia)

30th Central Scientific Research Institute, Ministry of Defence was a scientific research organization operated by the Ministry of Defence, dedicated to leading a wide range of studies in support of enhancing the Russian Air Force's capabilities and development of the aerospace warfighting methods and complexes. In the English-language sources, the institute is mentioned by the transliteration of its Russian abbreviation – TsNII-30; the institute was located in Moscow Oblast at the Chkalovsky Airport. In 2010, TsNII-30 was reorganized and became an organizational unit of the 4th Central Scientific Research Institute, Ministry of Defence. TsNII-30 has operated for 50 years. TsNII-30 was established on January 16, 1961, its original name was Russian Air Force. It was based on the Ministry of Defence Computer Center No. 3 in Moscow Oblast. The center got the status of one of the TsNII-30 organizational units - Air Force Control Systems Research Center — Научно-исследовательский центр систем управления ВВС.

TsNII-15, Russian Navy research institute, located in Leningrad was amalgamated with the TsNII-30 and became its subsidiary focused on the Navy aviation. As of 2006, the institute's workforce had 16 Doctors of Science and 215 Ph. Ds; the TsNII-30 has cooperated with the Scientific Council of the Russian Air Force, other Ministry of Defence research institutes, defence industry research institutes, aviation design bureaus (Tupolev, Antonov, Yakovlev and Russian Academy of Sciences’ organizations. The fields of the TsNII-30 research included strategic, technical, economical studies; some of areas of the activities were: Threat assessment and forecasting. Defining operational and technical requirements. Monitoring defence industry progress on the Russian Air Force acquisitions. Performance evaluations of the newly developed aerospace technologies and complexes. Systems approach to the development and procurement of the aerospace warfighting means and simulation modeling were the corner stones of the TsNII-30 research methodology.

TsNII-30 was part of a broad Russian aerospace industry cooperation to build: Spiral spaceplane Buran Yoffe, Zelik A. Molotkov, Anatoly P. Shonin, Georgiy S. Kovalyonok, Vladimir V. Aleksandrov, Vasily E. Shalaev, Sergei N. Gerasimov, Alexander A. Balyko, Yuri P. Artamonov, V. D. Baklitskii, V. K. Glazkov, A. I. Gorchitsa, G. I. Grigorov, S. I. Gubarev, A. A. Minakov, V. I. Tupikov, V. A. Khrunov, Y. V. Yuryev, A. N. (Юрьев, Артур Николаевич Baklitskii, V. K. Botchkarev, A. M. Musiakov, M. P. "Signal Filtering Methods In Correlation Navigation Systems". Ed. V. Baklitskii. 1986, -215 p. Radio and Communications Publishing House. Moscow. Library of US Congress Call Number: TK6580. B28 1986. Control number: 85226030. Panov, V. V. Gorchitsa, G. I. Balyko, Y. P. et el "Forming a concept of the future aviation complexes" 608p. ISBN 978-5-217-03478-9. Platunov, V. S. "Methodology of the defence scientific research in aviation complexes: 30 TsNII. 2005. 343p. ISBN 5-902370-42-6. In the early 1990s, TsNII-30 staff participated in the preparation of the Russian Air Force exhibitions and represented Russia at the international air shows.

ILA Berlin Air Show, 1991. Russian-American seminar on the US Air Force combat in Operation Desert Storm. Moscow. October 12, 1992. American side was represented by the RAND corporation analysts; the delegation was headed by Ambassador Robert Blackwill Russian delegation included researchers from TsNII-30 and Air Force Engineering Academy. The keynote report was made by Benjamin S. Lambeth from RAND. Australian International Airshow. October 1992. Avalon, Australia. Russian delegation presented supercargo Antonov AN-124 and helicopters Mil Mi-17 and Kamov Ka-32. International Conference Air Power. February 11–12, 1993. London, Great Britain; the Head of the TsNII-30 Vassily E. Aleksandrov presented a paper on "Prospects for Air Superiority Fighter Development" Abbotsford International Airshow, August 1993. Russia was represented by the "Russian Knights" aerobatic group flying Sukhoi Su-27, Ilyushin Il-76 cargo

Partita for keyboard No. 6 (Bach)

The Partita for keyboard No. 6 in E minor, BWV 830, is a suite of seven movements written for the harpsichord by Johann Sebastian Bach. It was published in 1731 both as a separate work and as part of Bach's Clavier-Übung I. Prior to publication, two movements of BWV 830 formed part of the first version of the sixth sonata in E minor for obbligato harpsichord and violin, BWV 1019: the Corrente as a harpsichord solo; the surviving manuscript written by Bach's nephew Johann Heinrich Bach, has been dated to 1725. BWV 830 is the last suite in Bach's Clavier-Übung I, the first music published by Bach within his lifetime; the partitas were published separately, starting in 1726. This partita consists of seven movements all in E minor. David Schulenberg describes this partita: "The Sixth Partita is the crowning work of the set and Bach's greatest suite; the allemande and sarabande contain some of the most audacious and dramatic melodic embellishment written, the work opens and closes with two ambitious contrapuntal movements."

Peter Williams, considers that some movements from Clavier-Übung I that were composed earlier than others, such as the Gigue from BWV 830, have a "grinding quality, absent from the elegant and novel No. 1."Martin Gester says about Sarabande in his notes in the booklet to his recording of partitas: "As for the following Sarabande, it plunges us into deep reflection. It is a pure lamento and the most intensely expressive piece in all of Bach's works for harpsichord." Martin Gester, February 2014. American composer George Rochberg's harpsichord fantasia Nach Bach contains direct quotes from this partita. Selected published editions Bach, J. S. Klaus Engler, 6 Partiten, BWV 825–830, Wiener Urtext Edition, Schott/Universal Edition Bach, J. S. Richard D. Jones, Six Partitas, BWV 825–830, First Part of the Clavier Übung, Bärenreiter, ISMN 9790006465835 Books and journal articles Jones, Richard D. P; the Creative Development of Johann Sebastian Bach, Volume II: 1717–1750: Music to Delight the Spirit, Oxford University Press, ISBN 9780199696284 Schulenberg, The Keyboard Music of J.

S. Bach, New York and London: Routledge, pp. 342–345, ISBN 0415974003 Williams, Bach: A Musical Biography, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 1107139252 6 Partitas for keyboard, BWV 825–830: Scores at the International Music Score Library Project Partita No 6 E minor, BWV 830 on YouTube, Murray Perahia

Katie Tannenbaum

Katie Tannenbaum is an American skeleton racer. From California, she competes on the Skeleton World Cup circuit for the United States Virgin Islands, she started in the sport in 2010, began competing on the World Cup level in 2011. She rides a Bromley sled. In her day job, Tannenbaum is a mathematics instructor at the University of the Virgin Islands. Tannenbaum did not score enough in the 2017–18 season to be earn the Virgin Islands a quota spot for the 2018 Winter Olympics, although athletes ranking below her did earn quota positions via continental allocations; the Virgin Islands Olympic Committee filed an arbitration case before the Ad-hoc Division of the Court of Arbitration for Sport challenging the quota system on the grounds of the principle of universal representation and historic practice in the Olympics of issuing additional quota spots to small nations through a "tripartite commission", involving the organizers, the IOC, individual sport governing bodies —, not done for the Winter Olympics.

The CAS panel acknowledged the principle of universality but went on to state that "this principle does not give every country the right to participate", nor was there any legal requirement for such a commission to be established. The appeal was dismissed, Tannenbaum was not allowed to compete in Pyeongchang. Katie Tannenbaum at the International Bobsleigh & Skeleton Federation