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Agostino Cornacchini

Agostino Cornacchini was an Italian sculptor and painter of the Rococo period, active in Rome. He was died in Rome. In 1712, Cornacchini established himself in the household of his uncle, Cardinal Carlo Agostino Fabbroni, who until 1720 provided Cornacchini with a studio, lodgings and an income, his masterpiece is the equestrian statue of Charlemagne at the base of the Scala Regia on the entrance to the Vatican Palace, which sits opposite Bernini's equestrian Constantine. His works can be found in Orvieto Cathedral and in the Basilica of Superga in Turin. Equestrian statue of Charlemagne St Peter's Basilica statue

Wolfram Language

The Wolfram Language is a general multi-paradigm computational language developed by Wolfram Research. It emphasizes symbolic computation, functional programming, rule-based programming and can employ arbitrary structures and data. The'Wolfram Language' is a general multi-paradigm computational language developed by Wolfram Research and is the programming language of the mathematical symbolic computation program Mathematica and the Wolfram Programming Cloud, it emphasizes symbolic computation, functional programming, rule-based programming and can employ arbitrary structures and data. It includes built-in functions for generating and running Turing machines, creating graphics and audio, analyzing 3D models, matrix manipulations, solving differential equations, it is extensively documented. Wolfram Language's core principles that differentiate it from other programming languages includes a built-in knowledgebase, automation in the form of meta-algorithms and superfunctions, a coherently elegant design and structure, built-in natural language understanding, representation of everything as a symbolic expression.

The Wolfram Language was released for the Raspberry Pi in 2013 with the goal of making it free for all Raspberry Pi users. It was included in the recommended software bundle that the Raspberry Pi Foundation provides for beginners, which caused some controversy due to the Wolfram language's proprietary nature. Plans to port the Wolfram language to the Intel Edison were announced after the board's introduction at CES 2014. In 2019, a link was added to make Wolfram libraries compatible with the Unity game engine, giving game developers access to the language's high level functions; the language was named in June 2013 although, as the backend of the computing system Mathematica, it has been in use in various forms for over 30 years since Mathematica's initial release. Before 2013, it was internally referred to by several names, such as "M" and "Wolfram Language." Other possible names Wolfram Research considered include "Lingua" and "Express." Stephen Wolfram Wolfram Mathematica Notebook interface Wolfram Research Wolfram Alpha Wolfram Demonstrations Project Documentation for the Wolfram Language An Elementary Introduction to the Wolfram Language The Wolfram Programming Cloud WolframLanguage.org: a guide to community resources about Wolfram Language Something Very Big Is Coming: Our Most Important Technology Project Yet: first announcement of the Wolfram Language in Stephen Wolfram's blog A list of open-source implementations of the Wolfram language

FC Münsingen

FC Münsingen is a Swiss football club from the town of Münsingen in Canton Bern, the German-speaking region of Switzerland. The team plays in 1. Liga Classic, the fourth highest tier in the Swiss football pyramid. Among the sporting highlights of the recent past include Swiss Cup matches against Super League teams Neuchâtel Xamax in 1992 and FC Basel in 1996. At the end of the 2007/08 season the club narrowly missed out on promotion to the Challenge League; the club play their home games at Sportanlage Sandreutenen. The capacity is 1,400; the stadium has 1,200 standing places. Official Website Soccerway.com profile Football.ch profile

Sanpolino (Brescia Metro)

Sanpolino is a station of the Brescia Metro, in the city of Brescia in northern Italy. The station is located in the centre of Sanpolino, a densely populated modern and innovative suburb of Brescia; the site of the station has affected the entire surrounding area by the construction of large concrete pillars to support the elevated metro line, requiring reorganization of the road network. Under the overhead structure of the tracks and the station there are two long rows of car parking, totaling 1,400 spaces, intended to attract passengers from the nearby communities of Sant'Eufemia della Fonte and Buffalora. 9 - Violino - Badia - Milano - Centro - Foro Boario - S. Polo Case - Sanpolino - Buffalora 16 - Onzato - Roncadelle - Violino - Urago Mella - Oberdan - Venezia - Piave - Duca Abruzzi - Giorgione - Sanpolino

Roman Catholic Diocese of Nuoro

The Italian Catholic diocese of Nuoro is in Sardinia. It is a suffragan of the archdiocese of Cagliari, it was the diocese of Galtellì until 1779, the diocese of Galtellì-Nuoro until 1928. Galtellì was an episcopal see in 1138, when Pope Innocent II made it a suffragan of the archdiocese of Pisa. In 1495, it was suppressed by Alexander VI, its territory united to the diocese of Cagliari. In 1787, at the request of King Victor Emmanuel III, it was re-established, but the bishop continued to live at Nuoro. Among its bishops was Fra Arnolfo de Bissalis. Erected: 12th Century Latin Name: Galtellinensis Name Changed: 21 July 1779Latin Name: Galtellinensis-NuorensisMetropolitan: Archdiocese of Cagliari Arnaldo Biscales, O. Carm.... Sebastien Abbatis, O. P.... Giovanni Antioco Serra Urru Pietro Antonio Craveri, O. F. M. Obs. Alberto Maria Giuseppe Andrea Luigi Solinas Antonio-Maria Casabianca Emanuele Marongiu Maccioni Salvatore Angelo de Martis, O. Carm. Luca Canepa Maurilio Fossati, O. Ss. G. C. Name Changed: 27 January 1928Latin Name: NuorensisMetropolitan: Archdiocese of Cagliari Giuseppe Cogoni Felice Beccaro Giuseppe Melas Giovanni Melis Fois Pietro Meloni Mosè Marcia Cappelletti, Giuseppe.

Le chiese d'Italia: dalla loro origine sino ai nostri giorni. Tomo decimonono. Venice: G. Antonelli. Pp. 337–340. Eubel, Conradus. Hierarchia catholica, Tomus 1. Münster: Libreria Regensbergiana. CS1 maint: extra text: authors list Eubel, Conradus. Hierarchia catholica, Tomus 2. Münster: Libreria Regensbergiana. CS1 maint: extra text: authors list Eubel, Conradus. Hierarchia catholica, Tomus 3. Münster: Libreria Regensbergiana. CS1 maint: extra text: authors list Gams, Pius Bonifatius. Series episcoporum Ecclesiae catholicae: quotquot innotuerunt a beato Petro apostolo. Ratisbon: Typis et Sumptibus Georgii Josephi Manz. Gauchat, Patritius. Hierarchia catholica IV. Münster: Libraria Regensbergiana. Retrieved 2016-07-06. Source This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Herbermann, Charles, ed.. "article name needed". Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton

Maria Gadú

Maria Gadú is a Brazilian singer and guitarist. She has been nominated twice for a Latin Grammy Award, she released her first album in 2009, self-titled Maria Gadú. Her single "Shimbalaiê" became a number one hit in Italy during summer 2011, staying atop the FIMI chart for five straight weeks, she started playing music as a child after having learned the basics of reading musical notation. Seven years she began to record songs on cassette tapes, her real musical training begins at the age of thirteen, when she began to give concerts in the bars of São Paulo, playing music by Adoniran Barbosa, Marisa Monte and Chico Buarque. In 2008 she moved to Rio de Janeiro and began playing in bars, she attracted the attention of famous musicians such as Caetano Veloso, Milton Nascimento, João Donato among others. Maria Gadu gained renown playing "Ne me quitte pas" by Jacques Brel for Jayme Monjardim, in preproduction of the television series Maysa: Quando Fala o Coração. Maysa Matarazzo and mother of the director, had been successful in the 1950s and 1960s singing this song, among others.

Gadú's version was soon included in the soundtrack of the series that would premiere in January 2009. Gadú had a small acting part in the series; as 2009 began, Maria Gadú prepared her first album for the Som Livre sublabel Slap. She sings "Blue Velvet" with Tony Bennett on his cd Viva Duets. In 2015, her album Guelã was nominated for the 16th Latin Grammy Awards in the Best MPB Album category