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Americano FC

Americano Futebol Clube, or Americano as they are called, is a Brazilian football team from Campos dos Goytacazes in Rio de Janeiro, founded on June 1, 1914. They play in black shorts and socks; the club was founded on June 1, 1914 by the Uruguayan Bertoni brothers, after watching a game between America and a Campos combined team, won by 3-1 by the former. The club was planned to be named América Football Club, after America of Rio de Janeiro. In 2002, Americano won both the Taça Guanabara and the Taça Rio, but was defeated by Fluminense in both legs of the Campeonato Carioca final. In 2004, Americano reached the final four of the Brazilian Série C, but finished in the third position, after União Barbarense and Gama, was not promoted to the Série B. Brazilian Second Division: 11987Taça Guanabara: 12002Taça Rio: 12002Campeonato Fluminense de Futebol: 71939, 1947, 1964, 1965, 1968, 1969, 1975 Campeonato da Cidade de Campos: 271915, 1919, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1925, 1930, 1934, 1935, 1939, 1944, 1946, 1947, 1950, 1954, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977.

Taça Santos Dumont: 12018Taça Corcovado: 12015 Americano's stadium is Estádio Godofredo Cruz, with a maximum capacity of 25,000 people. The nine red stars on Americano's logo represent the nine consecutive Campeonato da Cidade de Campos titles; the golden star represents the Brazilian Third Division title. The club's official anthem was composed by Pereira Júnior. Official Site

Washington University Medical Center

The Washington University Medical Center, located in St. Louis, Missouri, is a large scale health-care focused commercial development located in St. Louis' Central West End neighborhood; the Washington University Medical Center Redevelopment Corporation focuses on developing public-private partnerships that promote infrastructure and housing development in the WUMC area. As of 2017, the executive director of WUMCRC is Brian Phillips. Although many of the institutions are affiliated with Washington University in St. Louis, most of the institutions of WUMC are independent of the university; the Washington University Medical Center was incorporated in 1962. It is located on over 230 acres directly to the east of Forest Park. WUMC serves as the anchor of the Central West End community, a commercial and residential neighborhood with numerous shops and night spots. WUMC is accessible from the Kingshighway at I-64/US 40 or the Central West End station of the St. Louis Metrolink. Regular transportation is provided by rail and bus between WUMC and the other campuses of Washington University.

The institutions of the Washington University Medical center are ranked among the most prestigious and renowned hospitals in the United States. The major institutions in the Washington University Medical Center include: Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center Barnes-Jewish Hospital Center for Advanced Medicine Central Institute for the Deaf Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College St. Louis Children's Hospital St. Louis College of Pharmacy Washington University School of Medicine Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center Center for Advanced Medicine Goldfarb School of Nursing

Denmark Hill

Denmark Hill is an area and road in Camberwell, in the London Borough of Southwark. It is a sub-section of the western flank of the Norwood Ridge, centred on the long, curved Ruskin Park slope of the ridge; the area and road is said to have acquired its name from Queen Anne's husband, Prince George of Denmark, who hunted there. It is part of the A215 which north of its main foot, Camberwell Green, becomes Camberwell Road and south of Red Post Hill becomes named Herne Hill, another district, its postcode is SE5. North-east and south-easterly slopes of the same eminence are named Grove Hill and Dog Kennel Hill, on top of which the summit is shared with Champion Hill, the only divide being proximity to the respective two affluent streets which intersection on Camberwell descent. From Camberwell Green northwards the land is much lower and gently sloped as in northern Brixton at its other foot, in the west. There are good views across central London from vantage points. On a clear day some viewers can read the time on the Big Ben clockface.

In John Cary's map of 1786 the area is shown as Dulwich Hill. The only building apparent is the "Fox under the Hill"; the present "Fox on the Hill" pub is a hundred yards or so further up, on the site of former St Matthew's Vicarage adjacent to a triangle of land rumoured to be a "plague pit" or burial ground. The name of the area was changed in honour of the husband of Prince George of Denmark; the area is home of the Maudsley Hospital and King's College Hospital, of Ruskin Park, named after John Ruskin, who once lived nearby. The preface to his work Unto This Last is dated "Denmark Hill, 10th May, 1862"; the Institute of Psychiatry is based behind the Maudsley Hospital, a school of King's College London. The college has a hall of residence east so at Champion Hill; the Salvation Army's William Booth Memorial Training College on Champion Park, designed by Giles Gilbert Scott was completed in 1932. It has a similar monumental impressiveness to Gilbert Scott's other South London buildings, Battersea Power Station and Bankside Power Station, although its simplicity is the result of repeated budget cuts during its construction: much more detail, including carved Gothic stonework surrounding the windows, was planned.

Shepherd's Bush F. C. played in the area as Old St Stephen's F. C. Denmark Hill has a major transport interchange served by London Overground and Thameslink rail services and London Buses. Denmark Hill railway station is served by Southeastern services to London Victoria via Bexleyheath and Dartford via Bexleyheath. London Overground provides services to Highbury & Islington and Clapham Junction. Thameslink operate services to Orpington. Denmark Hill is served by many Transport for London bus services connecting it with areas including Central London, Norwood, Dulwich and Penge. Ruskin Park is a public park at the centre of the long curved slope and half of crest summit area, Denmark Hill, it was opened on 2 February 1907 with 24 acres and in 1910 a further 12 acres were added on the south side of the park. It is named after John Ruskin; the Weston Education Centre, with its medical library, is in Denmark Hill. Among those who were born or lived in Denmark Hill are: Shores, Christopher F.. Above the Trenches: A Complete Record of the Fighter Aces and Units of the British Empire Air Forces 1915–1920, Grub Street, 1990.

ISBN 978-0-948817-19-9 Champion Hill Herne Hill Norwood Ridge Camberwell Society SE5 Forum, a community group

Istituto di Moda Burgo

The Istituto di Moda Burgo is a private Italian school of fashion. It is based in Milan, in Lombardy in northern Italy, has main branch in Rome. Istituto di Moda Burgo was founded in 1961 by Fernando Burgo, prominent Milan entrepreneur and writer, awarded with Milan Golden Medal, it is established in Mexico, Indonesia, USA, Greece, Malaysia, South Africa, Armenia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, Kosovo, Russia, Switzerland and can count collaborations with public and private universities and fashion schools in countries such as Japan, Austria, New Zealand. In 2017 there were about 10000 students of 50 nationalities in 23 campuses. Inside the school there is a Think tank about fashion world; the Istituto di Moda Burgo is a private school of fashion It offers post-graduate and professional courses in fashion. It is listed among the institutions authorised to award degrees in fashion. Alumni of the school include Mogok Pauk Pauk the world's most visible transgender designer, Ali Charisma, Ntukokwu Obinna Samuel, Maureen Disini, Kristina Stets, Reni Smiths, Federico Pilia, Jenny Yohana Kansil founder of IMB Indonesia

Ignacy Domeyko

Ignacy Domeyko or Domejko, pseudonym: Żegota was a Polish geologist and educator. Domeyko spent most of his life, died, in his adopted country, Chile. After a youth passed in partitioned Poland, Domeyko participated in the Polish November 1830 Uprising against the Russian Empire. Upon its suppression, he was forced into exile and spent part of his life in France before settling in Chile, of which he became a citizen, he lived some 50 years in Chile and made major contributions to the study of that country's geography and mineralogy. His observations on the circumstances of poverty-stricken miners and of their wealthy exploiters had a profound influence on those who would go on to shape Chile's labor movement. Domeyko is seen as having had close ties to several countries and thus in 2002, when UNESCO organized a series of commemorations of the 200th anniversary of his birth, he was referred to as "a citizen of the world". Domeyko was born at a manor house located within the Russian partition of the former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, at Niedźwiadka Wielka Manor near Nieśwież, Minsk Governorate, Imperial Russia.

The Domeyko family held the Polish coat of arms Dangiel. His father, Hipolit Domeyko, president of the local land court, died when Ignacy was seven years old. In his youth he was a subject of the Russian Empire. Domeyko, had been brought up in the culture of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, a multicultural state whose educated and dominant classes had spoken Polish as a lingua franca and that, shortly before Domeyko's birth, had been dismembered in the partitions of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. For this reason, because Domeyko subsequently spent most of his life in Chile, he is considered a person of national importance to Poles, Belarusians and Chileans. Domeyko enrolled at Vilnius University known as the Imperial University of Vilna, in 1816 as a student of mathematics and physics, he studied under Jędrzej Śniadecki. Involved with the Philomaths, a secret student organisation dedicated to Polish culture and the restoration of Poland's independence, he was a close friend of Adam Mickiewicz.

In 1823–24, during the investigation and trials of the Philomaths and Mickiewicz spent months incarcerated at Vilnius' Uniate Basilian monastery. After participating in the November 1830 Uprising, in which Domeyko served as an officer under General Dezydery Chłapowski, in 1831 Domeyko was forced into exile in order not to face Russian reprisals. Journeying through Germany, he arrived in France, where he would earn an engineering degree at Paris' École des Mines, he studied at the Sorbonne and maintained his political engagements with Belarusians and Lithuanians. In 1838 Domeyko left for Chile. There he made substantial contributions to mineralogy and the technology of mining, studied several unknown minerals, advocated for the civil rights of the native tribal peoples, was a meteorologist and ethnographer, he is credited with introducing the metric system to Latin America. He served as a professor at a mining college in Coquimbo and after 1847 at the University of Chile, of which he was rector for 16 years.

Domeyko gained Chilean citizenship in 1849, but declared at the time that "I may now never change my citizenship, but God grants me hope that wherever I may be—whether in the Cordilleras or in Paneriai—I shall die a Lithuanian." The term "Lithuanian" at that time, designated any inhabitant, whatever his ethnicity, of the territories of the former Grand Duchy of Lithuania. In 1884 Domeyko returned for an extended visit to Europe and remained there until 1889, visiting his birthplace and other places in the former Commonwealth, as well as Paris and Jerusalem. In 1887 he was awarded an honorary doctorate in Kraków. In 1889, soon after returning to Santiago, Domeyko died. Named for Domeyko are the mineral domeykite, the shellfish Nautilus domeykus, the genus Domeykosaurus, the ammonite Amonites domeykanus, asteroid 2784 Domeyko, the Cordillera Domeyko mountain range in the Andes, the Chilean town of Domeyko. A bronze bust of Domeyko stands in the Casa Central of Santiago's University of Chile, of which Domeyko was long-time rector.

In 1992, a plaque in Spanish and Polish was placed on a building at Krakowskie Przedmieście 64, in Warsaw, commemorating the "distinguished son of the Polish nation and eminent citizen of Chile." On the 200th anniversary of his birth, UNESCO declared 2002 to be "Ignacy Domeyko Year." Several commemorative events were held in Chile under the auspices of Polish President Aleksander Kwaśniewski and Chilean President Ricardo Lagos. In 2002, Poland and Chile jointly issued a postage stamp commemorating the 200th anniversary of Domeyko's birth. In 2002, a 200th-birthday plaque honoring him was placed in the entry gate to Uniate Basilian monastery in Vilnius, where he and Adam Mickiewicz were held in 1823–24 during the investigation and trials of the Philomaths. In 2015 a Belarusian climber Pavel Gorbunov placed a memorial plate on the top of Cerro Kimal in Cordillera Domeyko. Biblioteca Polaca Ignacio Domeyko Polish-Lithuanian List of minor planets named after people List of Poles Ignacy Domeyko. Moje podróże: pamiętniki wygnańca.

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Taipei World Trade Center

The Taipei World Trade Center was inagurated in January 1986 by Taiwan's foremost trade promotion organization, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council, to provide a single, modern venue that would combine exhibition space, conference facilities and hotel accommodation for international business. TWTC combines every possible service that brings together a vast consulting service on trade-related issues, trading partners and markets; this four-in-one complex, located in the city's Xinyi District, is designed to accommodate the needs of the international business community, why there is not just one, but four structures at the TWTC. The Exhibition Hall, International Convention Center, International Trade Building and Grand Hyatt Taipei, all comprise one integrated business complex; the current Taipei World Trade Center only saw completion in 1985 following many drawbacks in construction and development. However, the history of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council began on 1 July 1970, where in an effort by the Republic of China Government to further develop international trade activities following accelerated economic growth in the 1970s.

TAITRA did not have a specialized exhibition hall to accommodate the exhibitions of export goods. As a result of the lack of facilities, in March 1974, the Taipei Grand Hotel was chosen for the first Taipei Trade Shows - "Taiwan Export Clothings Exhibition". Subsequently, the necessity of a new exhibition hall allowed for the establishment of the TAITRA exhibition hall set up at Taipei Songshan Airport, yet shortly afterwards due to Taiwan's rapid economic growth as one of the Four Asian Tigers, TAITRA again found itself having to facilitate larger scale exhibitions. On 31 December 1985, the Taipei World Trade Center had its inaugural exhibition for IT Month, which coincided with the opening of the Exhibition Hall. Following suit, the International Tourist Hotel, the International Trade Building and International Convention Center were opened for use. Hence from 8 January 1990, the Taipei World Trade Center exists in its present form as an all-purpose four-in-one complex. First floor: Usually referred to as "Exhibition Hall 1".

Showroom floor area is 23450 square metres, accommodates 1304 display booths, is divided into four quadrants. Popularly, Taipei Trade Shows and other larger exhibitions are held here. 2nd floor: Also known as "Area H", has an aerial bridge that connects to Taipei 101, floor area of 4789 square meters, accommodates 250 standard sized exhibition booths. Exhibitions in this area range from small to mid-sized local expositions or education related expositions. Located on the 2nd floor, divided into three rooms functions as meeting or board room for exhibition organizers, the 3rd and 4th rooms can be connected accordingly to accommodate varying delegations. Open for business during weekdays, or on holidays when there is an exhibition. Book collection comprises sales trading-related items; when Taipei Trade Shows are going on at the time, it provides exhibitor directory lists. Catering to different needs, the 2nd to 6th floors are set as an "Export Market", with the 7th floor as the "Import Market".

First opened in June 1985 for product export companies to register for sales. There are 1052 displays. Start to use from 18 September 2003, showground area is 7481 square meter, able to accommodate 365 display booths, floors above 2nd floor are planned into parking area. During large exhibition periods, the parking rate will adjust accordingly. Taipei International Book Exhibition COMPUTEX Taipei Computer Application Show IT Month Taipei International Travel Fair TAITRA Taiwan Trade Shows The building is accessible from Taipei 101 / World Trade Center Station of the Taipei Metro. Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center Taipei 101/World Trade Center Station Grand Hyatt Taipei World Trade Center Taichung Taipei World Trade Center on Facebook TAIWANTRADE Taipei World Trade Center Taipei World Trade Center Export and Import Mart