Pablo Ariel Paz Gallo is an Argentine retired footballer who played as a central defender. In a career that spanned 15 years he played more in Spain than in his homeland, notably with Tenerife for which he appeared in 127 competitive games. Paz represented Argentina at the 1998 World Cup. Paz was born in Buenos Aires. During his professional career he played for Newell's Old Boys, Club Atlético Banfield, CD Tenerife, Club Atlético Independiente and Real Valladolid. Paz retired from the game altogether in 2013 at the age of 40, after several years in Spain's lower leagues and its amateur football, he started his managerial career with amateurs CD San Andrés, returning to Tenerife in the summer of 2014 and taking charge of the youth sides. Paz earned 14 caps for the Argentina national team in two years, his debut coming in 1996, he was part of the squad that appeared in the 1998 FIFA World Cup and, as the nation was qualified, he played in the last group stage match against Croatia, a 1–0 win. Additionally, Paz represented his country at the 1996 Summer Olympics, featuring twice in an eventual silver medal conquest.
The Gustav Mahler Conducting Competition is one of the most important music competitions of its kind worldwide and is held in Bamberg, Germany. Conductors no older than 35 years may enter; the competition was founded by the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, with the idea of helping young conductors at the start of their conducting careers. The first prize includes a cash prize and engagements with several orchestras, it started in 2004 with Gustavo Dudamel’s decisive win and since has taken place every three years. The 3rd competition took place in Bamberg, from February 26 to March 7, 2010. Jury Marina Fistoulari-Mahler Jonathan Nott Herbert Blomstedt John Carewe Wolfgang Fink Jonathan Mills Jan Nast Matthias Pintscher A member of the Bamberg Symphony OrchestraCompetitors Elizabeth Askren Cornelius Heine Seokwon Hong Yordan Kamdzhalov Francesco Lanzillotta Alexander Prior Ainars Rubikis Scott Seaton Aziz Shokakimov Lam Tran Kosuke Tsunoda Xenia ZharkoRepertoire Joseph Haydn - Symphony No. 104 Gustav Mahler - Symphony No. 4 Gustav Mahler - A selection from his lieder cycles Matthias Pintscher - Towards Osiris Anton Webern - Five pieces for orchestra, op.10 Jörg Widmann - Con brio From 6 to 13 May 2016 the Bamberg Symphony held The Mahler Competition for the fifth time.
Out of 381 applicants from 64 countries, 14 candidates were invited to Bamberg, 11 male and 3 female. The members of the Jury were Jonathan Nott, President of the Jury and former Principal Conductor of the Bamberg Symphony, Marina Mahler, the composer’s granddaughter and Honorary Member, Marcus Rudolf Axt, Chief Executive of the Bamberg Symphony, the conductors Jiří Bělohlávek, John Carewe and Sir Neville Marriner, the conductor and singer Barbara Hannigan, the conductor and composer Jörg Widmann, the President and CEO of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Deborah Borda, the artist consultant Martin Campbell-White, the Provost and Dean of The Juilliard School Ara Guzelimian and Boris-Alexander Jusa, a member of the Bamberg Symphony; the Competition’s repertoire consisted of works by Gustav Mahler, Joseph Haydn, Henri Dutilleux, Anton Webern, Jörg Widmann and Georg Friedrich Haas. Official website
State Road 101 is a 1.209-mile-long state highway in Duval County, in the First Coast part of the U. S. state of Florida. It connects SR A1A to the south side of Naval Station Mayport on Maine Street. Along its route, SR 101 meets the east end of SR 116. At the south end of SR 101, Mayport Road continues on SR A1A to Atlantic Boulevard. After going under the SR A1A/SR 10 bridge, Mayport Road becomes Florida Boulevard. There is an erroneous exit sign on SR 10 east for the southern end of Mayport Road, it says the exit is for SR 101, however the road is SR A1A north at this point. SR 101 begins at an intersection with SR A1A at the northern end of Atlantic Beach, heading north on four-lane divided Mayport Road through a portion of Jacksonville; the road passes through areas of homes and businesses before becoming a five-lane road with a center left-turn lane and coming to an intersection with the eastern terminus of SR 116. Following this, the state road heads between wetlands to the west and wooded neighborhoods to the east as a four-lane undivided road.
SR 101 reaches its northern terminus at the entrance to Naval Station Mayport. Mayport Road was added to the state highway system in the 1940s as State Road 560. In the 1945 renumbering it was assigned the State Road 101 designation; when SR A1A was realigned from its original northern terminus of Jacksonville to cross the Mayport Ferry, SR 101 was truncated. The entire route is in Jacksonville, Duval County
Complete Auto Transit, Inc. v. Brady, 430 U. S. 274, is a United States Supreme Court case regarding the Commerce Clause and sales tax. Complete Auto was an auto transporter involved in moving General Motors vehicles from the railhead at Jackson, Mississippi to dealerships in Mississippi; the Mississippi State Tax Commission levied a tax upon Complete Auto "for the privilege of engaging or continuing in business or doing business" in the state of Mississippi. The Court refers to the tax as a "sales tax". Complete Auto argued against the constitutionality of tax, stating that they were part of an interstate operation, involved in transporting vehicles from the factories in Michigan to the dealers in Mississippi. According to Complete Auto, taxation on interstate operations not only discourages interstate commerce but is a violation of the Commerce Clause; the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Mississippi. The ruling established a four-prong test for constitutionality of a tax under the Commerce Clause: Substantial nexus - connection between a state and a potential taxpayer clear enough to impose a tax.
Nondiscrimination - interstate and intrastate taxes should not favor one over the other. Fair apportionment - taxation of only the apportionment of activity that transpires within the taxing jurisdiction. Fair relationship to services provided by the state - company enjoys services such as police protection while in a state. Though Complete Auto asserted that it was a part of an interstate operation, the Court agreed with Mississippi that while operating within the state, it was afforded services, such as police protection, provided for by taxation; the test enunciated in Complete Auto Transit received significant interpretation in Commonwealth Edison Co. v. Montana, 453 U. S. 609. Text of Complete Auto Transit, Inc. v. Brady, 430 U. S. 274 is available from: CourtListener Findlaw Google Scholar Justia Library of Congress Oyez
Ivana Ranilović-Vrdoljak, better known by her stage name Vanna, is a Croatian pop singer. As a child, Vanna won prizes in youth festivals, her debut was at the 1990 Zagrebfest, a music festival held in Zagreb. In that year she left her hometown to live and study in Zagreb and whilst studying, she performed in a band called BOA. In 1992 her professional career as a singer was launched, she joined a eurodance band became an instant star. Not only was she a singer but a co-author and songwriter of all the songs performed by Electro Team; the song "Tek je 12 sati" became a huge hit in 1993, was popular elsewhere across the former Yugoslavia republics. In 1998, Vanna left I to sam ja, she has won several other awards. She came first at Zadarfest three years in succession, her album 24 sata reached gold. In 2000 she came second in Dora, the Croatian national final for the Eurovision Song Contest with a song written by Bruno Kovačić and Ivana Plechinger. Being runner-up, she decided to participate again in 2001 and now won with Tonči Huljić's song Strune ljubavi.
Shortly after Dora, she gave birth to daughter Jana. Vanna represented Croatia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2001 in Copenhagen on 12 May 2001 and finished 10th, she sang the song in Croatian and in English, now entitled "Strings of My Heart". After Eurovision, Vanna released a live album called Vanna u Lisinskom and won Zadarfest again with "Više nisi moj", she won prizes in several other festivals. In 2012, she had a guest appearance on the track "Za tvoje oči" from the album Praštam of Serbian rock band Neverne Bebe. Vanna is married to Andrija Vrdoljak, son of Croatian film director Antun Vrdoljak, they have two children and Jana; the family lives in Zagreb. Electro Team Second To None Anno Domini 1996 I to sam ja Ispod istog neba 24 sata U Lisinskom Hrabra kao prije Ledeno doba Sjaj Izmiješane boje