Year 834 was a common year starting on Thursday of the Julian calendar. March 1 – Emperor Louis the Pious is restored as sole ruler of the Frankish Empire. After his re-accession to the throne, his eldest son Lothair I flees to Burgundy. Danish Vikings raid the trading settlement of Dorestad, located in the south-east of the province of Utrecht. Summer – The Viking ship of Oseberg near Tønsberg is buried in a mound, during the Viking Age; the first mention is made of the Jona River in Switzerland. King Óengus II dies after a 14-year reign, he is succeeded as ruler of the Picts. July 20 – Ansegisus, Frankish abbot and advisor of former emperor Charlemagne, dies at Fontenelle Abbey in Normandy. Aud the Deep-Minded, Irish queen Euthymius I, Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople Lady Shuiqiu, wife of Qian Kuan Mo Xuanqing, Chinese scholar Pi Rixiu, Chinese poet Robert, Frankish nobleman Tan Quanbo, Chinese warlord July 20 or 833 – Ansegisus, Frankish abbot Adelchis I, duke of Spoleto Cellach mac Brain, king of Leinster Fridugisus, Anglo-Saxon abbot Gaucelm, Frankish nobleman Nasr ibn'Abdallah, Muslim governor Odo I, Frankish nobleman Óengus II, king of the Picts Robert III, Frankish nobleman Wang Chengyuan, Chinese general Wang Tingcou, general of the Tang Dynasty William, Frankish nobleman
The 2017 SprintX GT Championship Series was the second season of the SprintX GT Championship Series. Dion von Moltke was the defending champion in the highest class, the Pro class in GT, it was the first season sanctioned by the United States Auto Club, after being under Sports Car Club of America sanctioning last year. The calendar was revealed on 13 October 2016; the season comprised five rounds. Laguna Seca did not return on the schedule. Virginia, Lime Rock and Circuit of the Americas made their first appearance on the SprintX schedule. Championship points were awarded for the first twenty positions in each race; the overall pole-sitter received one point. Entries were required to complete 50% of the winning car's race distance in order to be classified and earn points
Giorgos Fekkas is a Greek footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Olympiacos and the Greece national under-17 football team. Playing as a midfielder he has a great ease at the extremes and he has won two times the Super League in 2015-16 with the U-15 and 2016-2017 with the U-17, he is the captain of Olympiacos U-17. Fekkas made his professional debut in the Super League U-17 for Olympiacos on 9 September 2017 in a game against Levadiakos F. C. winning 3-0 and playing the full match. As he signed his professional contract for Olympiacos on 19 September 2017, scouting from foreign clubs picked up on that and they were interested in this past year, his team sits at the top of the football table, beating their eternal rivals Panathinaikos F. C for just a few points away, he is considered by many to be one of the best players Olympiacos has purchased. After winning the 2015-2016 with the U-15, without any hesitation and any regrets from the Olympiacos staff, Fekkas jumped up to his now U-17 team.
Saying this he had with U-15 20 appearances and 4 goals and with the U-17 team he has 18 appearances 7 goals, a lot for an Attacking Midfielder. Fekkas made his international debut for the Greece national under-17 football team on 18 October 2017 substituting Dimitrios Serpezis in the 65th minute for Greece over a win against Norway for 1-0, his second appearance for the Greece national under-17 football team was against Gibraltar over a wonderful win for Greece ending up in a 6-0. He played full match despite scoring 0 goals, he will be playing as a primary choice for the coach. "George Fekkas"
An audience award is an award at a film festival, selected by the audience attending the festival, rather than by the festival jury or a group of critics. A well-known example of audience awards are those given out at the Sundance Film Festival, one of the leading independent film festivals in the world. Sundance first awarded audience awards in 1989, now has separate audience awards for dramatic and world cinema; these awards have become among the most important awards granted at the festival. The first Sundance Audience Award winner was Steven Soderbergh's Sex and Videotape, whose success at Sundance produced a studio bidding war, which became the first hit film to come out of the Sundance festival; the Audience Award came to be seen as a better indicator of potential commercial success than the juried awards. A different example is the Independent Lens Audience Award, in which the television viewing audience is invited to rate each episode of the PBS independent film series, an award is given to each season's best rated episode.
Some popular awards shows, such as the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards and People's Choice Awards use polling or online voting by a viewing audience to make selections, although these awards are not limited to an audience that has attended a specific festival or viewed a specific set of film or television programs. List of film awards List of Sundance Film Festival award winners Angoulême International Comics Festival Prize Awarded by the Audience
Odoardo Cibo or Odoardo Cybo was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Titular Patriarch of Constantinople, Apostolic Nuncio to Switzerland, Titular Archbishop of Seleucia in Isauria. Odoardo Cibo was born in Massa, Italy on 6 December 1619. On 28 July 1670, he was appointed during the papacy of Pope Clement X as Titular Archbishop of Seleucia in Isauria. On 11 August 1670, he was appointed during the papacy of Pope Clement X as Apostolic Nuncio to Switzerland, he resigned as Apostolic Nuncio to Switzerland in 1679. On 13 October 1689, he was appointed during the papacy of Pope Alexander VIII as Titular Patriarch of Constantinople, he served as Titular Patriarch of Constantinople until his death on 6 April 1705. While bishop, he was the principal consecrator of: Bernardino della Chiesa, Coadjutor Vicar Apostolic of Fo-Kien and Titular Bishop of Argos. Catholic-Hierarchy.org. Retrieved June 16, 2018. Chow, Gabriel. "Apostolic Nunciature Switzerland". GCatholic.org. Retrieved June 16, 2018. Cheney, David M. "Seleucia in Isauria".
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An intrusive thought is an unwelcome involuntary thought, image, or unpleasant idea that may become an obsession, is upsetting or distressing, can feel difficult to manage or eliminate. When such thoughts are associated with obsessive-compulsive disorder, body dysmorphic disorder, sometimes attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, the thoughts may become paralyzing, anxiety-provoking, or persistent. Intrusive thoughts may be associated with episodic memory, unwanted worries or memories from OCD, posttraumatic stress disorder, other anxiety disorders, eating disorders, or psychosis. Intrusive thoughts and images are of inappropriate things at inappropriate times, have aggressive, sexual, or blasphemous themes. Many people experience the type of bad or unwanted thoughts that people with more troubling intrusive thoughts have, but most people can dismiss these thoughts. For most people, intrusive thoughts are a "fleeting annoyance". Psychologist Stanley Rachman presented a questionnaire to healthy college students and found that all said they had these thoughts from time to time, including thoughts of sexual violence, sexual punishment, "unnatural" sex acts, painful sexual practices, blasphemous or obscene images, thoughts of harming elderly people or someone close to them, violence against animals or towards children, impulsive or abusive outbursts or utterances.
Such thoughts are universal among humans, have "almost always been a part of the human condition". When intrusive thoughts occur with obsessive-compulsive disorder, patients are less able to ignore the unpleasant thoughts and may pay undue attention to them, causing the thoughts to become more frequent and distressing; the thoughts may become obsessions which are paralyzing and present, can range from thoughts of violence or sex to religious blasphemy. Distinguishing them from normal intrusive thoughts experienced by many people, the intrusive thoughts associated with OCD may be anxiety provoking and persistent. How people react to intrusive thoughts may determine whether these thoughts will become severe, turn into obsessions, or require treatment. Intrusive thoughts can occur without compulsions. Carrying out the compulsion reduces the anxiety, but makes the urge to perform the compulsion stronger each time it recurs, reinforcing the intrusive thoughts. According to Lee Baer, suppressing the thoughts only makes them stronger, recognizing that bad thoughts do not signify that one is evil is one of the steps to overcoming them.
There is evidence of the benefit of acceptance as an alternative to suppression of intrusive thoughts. A study showed that those instructed to suppress intrusive thoughts experienced more distress after suppression, while patients instructed to accept the bad thoughts experienced decreased discomfort; these results may be related to underlying cognitive processes involved in OCD. However, accepting the thoughts can be more difficult for persons with OCD. In the 19th century, OCD was known as "the doubting sickness"; the possibility that most patients suffering from intrusive thoughts will act on those thoughts is low. Patients who are experiencing intense guilt, anxiety and upset over these thoughts are different from those who act on them; the history of violent crime is dominated by those who feel no remorse. Patients who are not troubled or shamed by their thoughts, do not find them distasteful, or who have taken action, might need to have more serious conditions such as psychosis or criminal behaviors ruled out.
According to Lee Baer, a patient should be concerned that intrusive thoughts are dangerous if the person does not feel upset by the thoughts, or rather finds them pleasurable. Intrusive thoughts may involve violent obsessions about hurting themselves, they can be related to obsessional obsessive compulsive disorder. These thoughts can include harming a child. Rachman's survey of healthy college students found that all of them had intrusive thoughts from time to time, including: causing harm to elderly people imagining or wishing harm upon someone close to oneself impulses to violently attack, harm or kill a person, small child, or animal impulses to shout at or abuse someone, or attack and violently punish someone, or say something rude, nasty, or violent to someone; these thoughts are part of being human, need not ruin quality of life. Treatment is available when the thoughts are associated with OCD and become persistent, severe, or distressing. A variant of aggressive intrusive thoughts is the call of the void.
Sufferers of L'appel du vide describe the condition as manifesting in certain situations as a wish or brief desire to jump from a high location. Sexual obsession involves intrusive thoughts or images of "kissing, fondling, oral sex, anal sex and rape" with "strangers, parents, family m