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3rd Dragoon Regiment (France)

The 3rd Dragoon Regiment was a cavalry regiment in the French Army, it was active in various forms from 1649 to 1997. It was raised as an ordinary cavalry unit under the Ancien Régime in 1649 for the duc d'Enghien, son of the grand Condé, it was named the Bourbon-cavalerie from 1686 to 1776, when it was turned into a dragoon regiment under the name Bourbon-Dragons. It gained the name 3rd Dragoon Regiment in 1791, it took part in the Battle of the Bridge of Arcole. It took part in the battle of Austerlitz, it took part in the battle of Jena-Auerstädt as part of the Cavalry Reserve under Joachim Murat. It took part in the battle of Friedland, it was disbanded on 30 June 1997. Its motto was "Ardet et Audet", which it first held in 1761, after the régiment de Noé merged into it

Pauli Ellefsen

Joen Pauli Højgaard Ellefsen was a Faroese politician and member of the Union Party. He was Prime Minister of the Faroe Islands from 1981 to 1985. Pauli Ellefsen was the eldest of eight children born to Sofia from Rituvík and Joen Elias Ellefsen from Miðvágur, he was the brother of former Parliament member Svend Aage Ellefsen, brother-in-law of former parliament member Jóannes Dalsgaard. He was married to Henni Egholm, he and his wife lived near Tórshavn. Ellefsen worked as a fisherman from 1954 to 1956. After that, he worked as a telecommunications technician and he attended a business school in Copenhagen. In 1969, he became a government surveyor, he lived in Denmark while he was studying and a few years after that, but in the early 1970s, he moved back to the Faroes with his family. He and Jógvan Sundstein, who became Prime Minister of the Faroe Islands, worked together as Chartered Accountants. In 1975 he started his own auditor firm. Ellefsen was first elected to the Løgting in 1974. From 1974 to 1990 he was the chairman of the Union Party, which advocates a stronger bond between Denmark and the Faroe Islands.

From 1977 to 1987 and 1988 to 1990 he was one of the two Faroese members of the Danish Folketing. From 1975 to 1976 and in 1979 he represented the Faroese in the Nordic Council. Ellefsen was awarded the Order of the Dannebrog, Knight 1st Class on 7 May 1984. Løgtingið 150 - Hátíðarrit. Tórshavn 2002, Volume 2, p. 276


Chapagetti is a brand of ramyeon produced by Nongshim in South Korea since 1984. Chapagetti is the first instant noodle product to resemble jajangmyeon in South Korea and is the second highest-selling brand of instant noodles in South Korea, its name is a portmanteau of jajangmyeon and spaghetti. In 2012, the sales of Chapagetti reached 159.5 billion won with 88% of market share. In the Academy Award-winning South Korean film Parasite, a dish called Chapaguri is cooked by one of the characters, a mix of Chapagetti and Neoguri; the English version of the film calls this "ram-don", an expression created by the translator, the footage shows packages labelled in English "ramyeon" and "udon" to highlight to English speakers how the name was created. Nongshim published an "official" recipe for Chapaguri on their YouTube channel. List of noodles List of instant noodle brands Food portal Official website Nongshim

Frank Duckworth

Frank Carter Duckworth MBE is a retired English statistician, is one of the two statisticians who developed the Duckworth–Lewis method of resetting targets in interrupted one-day cricket matches. He attended King Edward VII School, now part of King Edward VII and Queen Mary School went on to study physics and earned a PhD in metallurgy, both at the University of Liverpool. Prior to his retirement, he worked as a mathematical scientist for the English nuclear power industry, he is a consultant statistician to the International Cricket Council, the editor of the Royal Statistical Society's monthly news magazine, RSS News. He served on the editorial board of Significance before stepping down in 2010. In 2004 he delivered the Royal Statistical Society Schools Lecture, entitled Statistics. In 1962, Duckworth was a tenant for John Lennon's aunt. Duckworth is known for developing a system of quantifying personal risk perception, now known as the "Duckworth scale". Duckworth was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire in the 2010 Birthday Honours

Edith Oldrup

Edith Johanne Oldrup-Björling was a Danish operatic soprano. She made her début at the Royal Danish Opera in 1935 where she performed until 1949, she is remembered in particular for her roles in the operas of Puccini. Oldrup made over 60 recordings. Born in Copenhagen on 18 June 1912, Edith Johanne Oldrup Pedersen was the daughter of Charles Peter Ferdinand Oldrup Pedersen and Hulda Marie Larsen, she was brought up in a well-to-do area of Frederiksberg. After attending the French School until she was 16, she studied song and dance under the operatic tenor Vilhelm Herold; when she was 20, she entered the Opera Academy at the Royal Theatre where she made her début in 1934 as Micaëla in Carmen, becoming an immediate success. Her most effective roles were those in the Mozart operas Fiordiligi and Despina in Cosi fan tutte, Papagena in The Magic Flute, Zerlina in Don Giovanni and Susanna in The Marriage of Figaro, she excelled in Puccini's works, as Mimi in La bohème and the title role in Madame Butterfly.

During her 15 years with the Royal Theatre, Oldrup performed in some 40 different roles. Many recordings were made in connection with the film Jeg har elsket og levet tracing the life of Christoph Ernst Friedrich Weyse. In 1949, Oldrup moved to Sweden. Thereafter she performed only as a guest in both Denmark and in Sweden where she her performances at Drottningholm Palace Theatre were appreciated, she served as a music consultant to the Gladsakse Music School and as a voice teacher in Helsingborg. Edith Oldrup died on 4 June 1999 in Sweden. In 1949, Oldrup received the Tagea Brandt Rejselegat. In 1960, she was honoured as a Knight of the Dannebrog and in 1964, she received the Drottningholm Medal in gold