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BI Norwegian Business School

BI Norwegian Business School is the largest business school in Norway and the second largest in all of Europe. BI has in total four campuses with the main one located in Oslo; the university has 845 employees consisting of an academic staff of 404 people and 441 administrative staff. In 2015, BI Norwegian Business School had 18,728 students. BI is the largest supplier of economic and administrative competence and skills in Norway with more than 200 000 graduates since 1983. BI Norwegian Business School is a private foundation and is accredited by NOKUT as a specialised university institution. BI organised its academic activities in nine separate research departments covering all of the disciplines that can be expected at a modern European business school. BI Norwegian Business School was founded in 1943 by Finn Øien as Bedriftøkonomisk Institutt, hence the abbreviation BI. BI offers a full set of programs for bachelor and doctoral degrees, as well as executive education and tailor-made programs for businesses.

The teaching languages are English and Norwegian. The school participates in exchange programs with 200 foreign institutions in 45 countries; the internationally award-winning main campus in Nydalen was designed by Niels Torp, who designed Gardermoen Airport. Norsk Kundebarometer is a research program run by BI, with a focus on relations between customers and businesses. Based on an annual survey of Norwegian households, it collects data that may be used for comparison between businesses, comparisons between various industries, comparisons over time. Campus Oslo: the main campus campus is located in Nydalen, the capital of Norway. Campus Oslo has more than 14,000 students. Campus Bergen: the second-largest campus is located in Bergen, the second-largest city in Norway. Campus Bergen has more than 3,000 students. Campus Stavanger: located in Stavanger, the oil capital of Norway. Campus Stavanger has 1,200 students. Campus Trondheim: located in Trondheim, the third-largest city in Norway. Campus Trondheim has 1,900 students.

BI has educated 1700 students in China through its close relationship with Fudan University in Shanghai, is the majority shareholder of the ISM University of Management and Economics with around 1800 students located in Vilnius and Kaunas in Lithuania. Undergraduate Accounting & Auditing Finance Economics & Management Business Administration Business Administration Business Analytics Retail Management Creative Industries Management Real Estate Business & Entrepreneurship International Marketing Marketing PR & Market Communication Economics and Business LawGraduate MSc in Applied Economics MSc in Business Analytics MSc in Business Majors: Accounting & Business Control. Doctoral Programs The school has two student organizations, one for the main campus in Oslo and one for the other campuses; the Oslo student organization is called "Studentforeningen ved Handelshøyskolen BI i Oslo". This union was formed in 2005 after the relocation of the three locations in Oslo into one—Nydalen Campus; the three previous unions were called Bedriftøkonomisk Studentersamfund, BISON and MØSS.

BS was the oldest union, formed in 1964. The union for the other campuses is "BI Studentsamfunn"; this union was founded on 7 February 1987 and is today the largest student union of a private school in Norway. As of June 2019, the two student organizations have decided to merge into one student body, the name and other details of which will be decided over the summer of 2019; the student newspaper is named INSIDE, its circulation is 11,000. The all-male student choir is named UFDA The Choir Boys and was established in 1986. BI is ranked 37th in the Financial Times ranking of European Business Schools. In 2009, BI was ranked b

Iacopo La Rocca

Iacopo La Rocca is an Italian professional footballer, who plays as a defensive midfielder or central defender for Melbourne City in the A-League. La Rocca started his youth career before moving to his first club Pro Vercelli, he signed. He since played various clubs in loan from Treviso Italy, likes of Chieti, Sassari Torres but he was unlucky to got injured every years and than he decided to moving to Switzerland, where he joined for four yearsAC Bellinzona where he won the Challenge League and he played the Final Swiss Cup against Basel. After 4 years in Super League where he played 6 games in UEFA Cup he joined Swiss Super League club Grasshopper. On 11 September 2012, he signed a one-year deal with A-League club Western Sydney Wanderers. La Rocca scored his first goal for Western Sydney Wanderers on 18 November 2012 in just his second game, to defeat Perth Glory. In February 2013, he signed a new two-year deal with the Wanderers. On 23 March, La Rocca was sent off in the last minute of stoppage time in the third Sydney Derby of the season for elbowing Sydney midfielder Terry Antonis in the temple.

The subsequent ban meant La Rocca missed the final. His club nonetheless won the title in their debut season. On 2013 he played the Grand Final he got the man of the match with Broich and won the Joe Marston Medal but Western Sydney Wanderes lost in extra time 2–1 but the year after he won the 2014 AFC Champions League, with La Rocca starting both legs of their triumph over Al-Hilal in the final and became the first Italian to win that trophy. At the 2014 FIFA Club World Cup in Morocco, La Rocca opened the scoring against Cruz Azul of Mexico in an eventual 1–3 loss after extra time. In June 2015, La Rocca signed a two-year contract with Adelaide United. After overcoming injury, he featured for Adelaide in the second half of the season and played a crucial role in the central defensive position along with teammate Dylan McGowan in the club's successful attempt at the Premier's Plate and inaugural Championship title. In November 2016, La Rocca became an Australian citizen, allowing him to be called up to the Australian national team and to be considered as a domestic player for his club.

Melbourne City announced the signing of La Rocca on 15 July 2017 with 2 years deal. La Rocca played is first official game with Melbourne City on 13 September 2017 in FFA Cup against Sydney FC. Western Sydney WanderersA-League Premiers: 2012–13 AFC Champions League: 2014Adelaide United FC A-League Premiers: 2015–16 A-League Championship: 2015–16 Joe Marston Medal: 2014 Iacopo La Rocca at Soccerway

Zeher

Zeher: A Love Story is a 2005 Indian Hindi-language mystery thriller film directed by debutant Mohit Suri and produced by Mahesh Bhatt. The film features Shamita Shetty, Emraan Hashmi, Udita Goswami in the lead roles; the film had only moderate success at the box office despite getting positive reviews from the critics. It is an adaptation of Hollywood movie Out of Time Starring Denzel Eva Mendes. In a small town in Goa steeped in azure seas and sultry secrets, the chief of local police station, Siddharth finds himself caught in the eye of a storm...and about to get blown away. Siddharth, going through a divorce with his wife, Sonia whom he still loves, finds himself involved with a local married woman named Anna. Unable to cope with the pressures of his wife's success, in the special police force, he continues his secret and dangerous relationship with Anna. Things get more complicated when Siddharth realizes that Anna's husband, Shawn is a wife beater and Anna is dying from cancer. Being a good soul, Siddharth does not have it in him to abandon this woman who seems to have given him some affection in recent times.

In the heat of the moment, Siddharth takes an irrational decision to give Anna the money he recovered in a drug raid, for her medication in a final effort to save her. Things are not what they seem since Anna dies in a fire that night. Siddharth now races to uncover a murky tail of drug money and deceit, because all the evidences points to him. With his wife heading the case, Siddharth is now in a race against time to find out the real truth behind Anna's murder, recover the drug money and win his wife's love back. After a bunch of wild goose chases, Siddharth finds out that Anna is much alive and was controlling Shawn and Siddharth in the whole plot for getting the Insurance money. Siddharth finds this in just nick of time and while confronting Anna with the truth, Anna points a gun at him. In the scuffle that follows, Sonia shoots Anna and she provides the alibi for him stating that Anna's death was an accident; the movie ends with Siddharth recovering his wife. Emran Hashmi as Siddharth Mehra Shamita Shetty as Sonia Siddharth Mehra Udita Goswami as Anna Shawn Varghese Sameer Kochhar as Shawn Varghese Ninad Kamat as James Vishwajeet Pradhan as Inspector Shah The soundtrack of Zeher was composed by Anu Malik, Roop Kumar Rathod, Naresh Sharma, Jal & Atif Aslam.

The tracks like "Agar tum mil jao" and "Woh Lamhe" attained high popularity. The compositions were directed by Anu Malik & Mithoon & Naresh Sharma. Singers like Shreya Ghoshal, Udit Narayan, Atif Aslam & K. K. crooned for the songs in the album. Lyrics were penned by Sayeed Shakeel Azmi; the songs Agar Tum Mil Jao & Jaane Jaa Jaane Jaa were chartbusters while other songs were extremely popular with the song Woh Lahme being a big rage among the youth. The soundtrack was ranked on 5th position in the year 2005 by all-time music sales. According to the Indian trade website Box Office India, with around 18,00,000 units sold, this film's soundtrack album was the year's fourth highest-selling. Nominations: Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer - Atif Aslam Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer - Shreya Ghosal Zee Cine Award for Best Popular Track Of The Year Zee Cine Award for Best Playback Singer - Male - Atif Aslam IIFA Award for Best Male Playback Singer - Atif Aslam Screen Award for Best Debut Director - Mohit Suri Screen Award for Best Playback Singer - Male - Atif Aslam Zeher on IMDb

Central City (Seoul)

Central City is a complex of buildings in Seoul, South Korea. Central City called Seoul General Terminal, was planned as a new intercity bus terminal in mid-1970s; the original plan was changed to accommodate Honam and Yeongdong line express bus lines due to neighbouring being Seoul Express Bus Terminal overcrowded. Yul San Group bought the terminal site from Seoul City government in 1977. Actual construction started in December 1994. Central City opened in 1 September 1999. In 2012, Shinsegae Group bought a 60.02% share of Central City. Central City consists of three commercial areas: bus terminal, department store, shopping mall. Among these buildings are the JW Marriott Hotel Seoul, Central City Terminal, Megabox movie theater and Bandinlunis bookstore; the main feature of this complex is bus terminal. Central City terminal, shown as 서울호남 or 센트럴 on tickets, is a main gateway for express bus routes from Jeolla and part of Chungcheong region. Central City is served by the following express and intercity bus lines: Official website

Vial

A vial is a small glass or plastic vessel or bottle used to store medication as liquids, powders or capsules. They can be used as scientific sample vessels. Vial-like glass containers date back to classical antiquity. There are different types of vials such as a single dose vial and multi-dose vials used for medications; the single dose vial is only used. The CDC sets specific guidelines on multi-dose vials. A vial can have a bottle-like shape with a neck; the volume defined by the neck is known as the headspace. The English word "vial" is derived from the Greek phiale, meaning "a broad flat container". Comparable terms include Late Latin fiola and Middle English fiole and viole. Modern vials are made out of plastic or sometimes glass. There are used as storage for small quantities of liquid used in medical or molecular biology applications. There are several different types of used closure systems. For glass vials, options include lip vials and crimp vials. Plastic vials, which can be moulded in plastic, can have other closure systems, such as'hinge caps' which snap shut when pressed.

These are sometimes called snap caps. The bottom of a vial is flat, unlike test tubes, which have a rounded bottom, but this is not the case for small hinge-cap or snap-top vials; the small bottle-shaped vials used in laboratories are known as bijou or McCartney's bottles. The bijou bottle tends to be smaller with a volume of around 10 milliliters. Ampoule Seven bowls referred to as "seven vials", a series of plagues mentioned in the Biblical Book of Revelation Vacutainer Hans-Jürgen Bässler and Frank Lehmann. Containment Technology: Progress in the Pharmaceutical and Food Processing Industry. Springer. ISBN 978-3642392917

Jerry Costello II

Jerry Costello was a member of the Illinois House of Representatives, who represented the 116th district from his appointment in July 2011 to succeed Dan Reitz until his resignation in May 2019. He is a member of the Democratic Party; the 116th district includes all or parts of Cahokia, Columbia, East Carondelet, East St. Louis, Red Bud, Smithton and Waterloo, he is the son of former U. S. Representative Jerry Costello, whose district overlapped his son's. In 2018, Jerry Costello Jr. was named by J. B. Pritzker a member of the Prtizker's Agriculture Transition Committee. On May 7, 2019, Costello resigned from the Illinois House of Representatives to take the position of Director of Law Enforcement at the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, he was succeeded by Steeleville Village Trustee Nathan Reitz. Representative Jerry F. Costello, II 116th District at the Illinois General Assembly By session: 98th, 97th Profile at Vote Smart Jerry F. Costello at Illinois House Democrats