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Andrzej Żuławski

Andrzej Żuławski was a Polish film director and writer. He was born in Lwów, Ukrainian SSR. Żuławski went against mainstream commercialism in his films, enjoyed success with European art-house audiences. In the late 1950s, he studied cinema in France, his second feature, The Devil, was banned in Poland, Żuławski went to France. After the success of That Most Important Thing: Love in 1975, he returned to Poland where he spent two years making On the Silver Globe; the work on this film was interrupted by the Polish authorities. After that, Żuławski moved to France where he became known for controversial and violent art-house films. Żuławski is known for his work with actresses including Romy Schneider, Isabelle Adjani and Sophie Marceau. His films have received awards at various international film festivals. Żuławski had written several novels, for example: Il était Un Verger, Lity Bór, W Oczach Tygrysa, Ogród Miłości. Andrzej Żuławski was born in Lwow, he was an assistant of compatriot Andrzej Wajda.

When his second film The Devil was banned in Poland, he decided to move to France, where he made That Most Important Thing: Love with Romy Schneider. After returning to Poland he worked for two years on a film which the authorities did not allow him to finish, based on a book by his great-uncle Jerzy Żuławski. Since he lived and worked in France, making art films. Being a maverick who always defied mainstream commercialism, Żuławski enjoyed success with the European art-house audiences, his wild and controversial pictures have received awards at various international film festivals. He wrote the novels Il était Un Verger, Lity Bór, W Oczach Tygrysa, Ogród Miłości. In 2006 he was the Head of the Jury at the 28th Moscow International Film Festival.Żuławski worked many times with composer Andrzej Korzyński, beginning in The Third Part of the Night. Their last collaboration was for Cosmos, Żuławski's last film. On 17 February 2016, Żuławski died at a hospital in Warsaw from cancer, he had three sons from different relationships.

Żuławski's ex-wife was Małgorzata Braunek, a Polish film and stage actress. Their son, Xawery, is a film director, he was in a relationship with the French actress Sophie Marceau for sixteen years, with whom he made four films over a 15-year period. They had a son Vincent together, they broke up in 2001. Andrzej Żuławski on IMDb Andrzej Żuławski at Culture.pl Andrzej Żuławski, 1940-2016 at Sight & Sound

Taïna Adama Soro

Taïna Adama Soro is a Ivorian former footballer whose preferred position was a midfielder. Soro began his career in Racing Club d'Abobo before joining Académie de Sol Beni in 2001, he played for one year in the youth team from ASEC Mimosas before being transferred to Sabé Sports de Bouna. At Bouna he played 24 games and scored 7 goals, after which he was called back to ASEC, where he played in CAF Champions League in 2004. In January 2006 he joined Belarusian team MTZ-RIPO Minsk, he played 111 games and scores 22 goals for the club and was transferred to FC Minsk in December 2008. His latest club was Neman Grodno in 2015. Football-Line-Up Profile Taïna Adama Soro at Soccerway

Gutenberg (crater)

Gutenberg is a lunar impact crater that lies along the west edge of Mare Fecunditatis, in the eastern part of the visible Moon. It is named after German inventor Johannes Gutenberg. To the southeast are the craters Goclenius and Colombo. To the west-southwest is the crater Gaudibert, across the Montes Pyrenaeus that run south from Gutenberg; the rim of Gutenberg is worn and eroded, most notably in the east where it is broken by the overlapping crater Gutenberg E. This crater in turn has gaps in its southeast and southwest rims, forming a passage to the lunar mare to the east. There are clefts and valleys in the southern rim where it joins Gutenberg C; the crater Gutenberg A intrudes into the southwest rim. The floors of Gutenberg and Gutenberg E have been flooded in the past by lava, forming a flat plain across the bottom; this surface is broken across the northeast by a pair of clefts that form a part of the Rimae Goclenius. These extend northwest from the Goclenius region; the central rise of Gutenberg is a semi-circular range of hills that are the most prominent in the south, the concave part lies open to the east.

The floor is otherwise not marred by any significant craters. By convention these features are identified on lunar maps by placing the letter on the side of the crater midpoint, closest to Gutenberg. Lunar Photo of the Day, "Land of Manna", October 5, 2006, showing Gutenberg and vicinity

Reva L'Sheva

Reva L'Sheva was an Israeli Jewish rock band formed in 1994 by lead singer Yehudah Katz. They released six studio albums before disbanding around 2006. On January 7, 2014, the band performed at Zappa Jerusalem, their first show in seven years, stated that they were open to recording another album together; the original line-up was Yehudah Katz, David "Harpo" Abramson, Adam Wexler, Zvi Yechezkeli and Avi Yishai. Yehudah Katz spent a lot of time in Los Angeles before moving to Israel, he is a self-described "close student" of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach. He sings. Adam Wexler grew up in Minneapolis and immigrated to Israel in 1990, he plays guitar. Wexler was a member of the Diaspora Yeshiva Band. David "Harpo" Abramson immigrated to Israel in 1969. Following a stint in the army, he returned to the U. S. but came back to Israel in 1991. Abramson died in fall 2010, he played guitar and sings. Lazer Lloyd joined Reva L'Sheva after making Aliyah to Israel. Blumen replaced founding member "Harpo" and toured with the band for a decade starting in 1996.

Lazer Lloyd performs as guitarist. Zvi Yechezkeli was studied in New York, he considers himself not religious. He is a percussionist. Avi Yishai is the drummer; the band is influenced by 1970s rock and roll groups such as the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, by Jewish artists such as Carlebach. Studio albumsCome Close Higia HaZman Kumu Etz Chaim Hee: Secrets Ahavat Chinam: One Love V'Sham Nashir Live albums10: Live Moshav

CTS (rocket stage)

The CTS is an upper stage developed by the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology to improve the performance of the Long March 2C to high LEO missions like SSO. The two stage LM-2 delivers the payload and stage to an elliptical orbit with the desired apogee and the CTS points the stack in the direction of the correct vector and activates the solid rocket motor main engine to circularize it, it dispenses the spacecraft and does a passivisation procedure. It was developed as the SD stage for the initial deployment of the initial deployment of the Iridium constellation in 1997. In the 1999 LM-2C User Manual it was offered as the CTS option and flew to deploy the Double Star mission, it flew twice as part of the dual deployment system SMA, first for the deployment of the Huanjing 1A and 1B and in 2012 for the Shijian 9A and Shijian 9A technology demonstrator missions. It is composed of the Spacecraft Orbital Maneuver System; the Spacecraft Adapter is customized to the user's requirement in the separation environment and pointing accuracy.

The OMS is composed by: Main structure Control system Telemetry system Solid rocket motor Reaction control system The basic system has been offered in three different versions: SD: Initial version used for the Iridium fleet deployment. CTS: Improved commercial version offered in the 1999 User Manual with 3 axis stabilization. SMA: Government version which includes a dual payload adapter. Long March 2C CALT ETS Star 37 Star 48 Payload Assist Module

National Animal Identification and Tracing

National Animal Identification and Tracing is a system of agricultural animal tracing in New Zealand for biosecurity and human health. The schemes use radio-frequency identification technology and a national database to trace animals from birth to either slaughter or live export. NAIT was introduced by the National Animal Identification and Tracing Act 2012 which replaced the Animal Identification Act 1993. NAIT can refer to the Act, the company of the same name created by the Act, the schemes for cattle and deer or identification devices and identifiers issued under the schemes. On 1 July 2013 the NAIT company merged with Animal Health Board to become OSPRI New Zealand; the investigation into the 2017 Mycoplasma bovis outbreak indicated that farmers were not being compliant, e.g. with the "cash sale" of bobby calves, although there has only been one conviction under the act A 2018 law change "under urgency" gave the ministry extra powers to enforce the act. Federated Farmers, a farmers membership organisation, oppose the NAIT system saying that it will impose extra costs on farmers and will not result in any benefits.

Farmers fear that the NAIT scheme will be used to impose a greenhouse gas emissions tax under an emissions trading scheme. A Federated Farmers survey found that 2 % supported 80 % opposed it. A NAIT working group claimed. Animal identification National Animal Identification and Tracing Act 2012 National Animal Identification and Tracing Amendment Act 2018 Animal Identification Act 1993 National Animal Identification and Tracing OSPRI New Zealand