Staffan Olsson, better known by his stage name Bosson, is a Swedish singer-songwriter. His stage name comes from the fact that his father's first name is Bo – hence he is Bo's son. Bosson first gained nationwide fame in Sweden when he imitated Michael Jackson in the first season of Sikta mot stjärnorna, performing "Black or White" and winning his semi-final, his big break as a solo artist came when composing and performing the song "One in a Million", from the album One in a Million, which became a Top 10 hit in Europe and Asia in 2000 and 2001, which appeared in the film Miss Congeniality. He wrote it to his girlfriend Jessica Olérs, Miss Sweden 1998, was nominated for a Golden Globe. Two years the successful follow-up Rockstar was released, in June 2007, he released his fourth album Future's Gone Tomorrow / Life Is Here Today and in June 2013, he released his fifth album Best of 11-Twelve, he served as an opening act for Britney Spears during her tour in 2000, has toured with Kylie Minogue.
He has written songs for Amy Grant and the famous guitarist Al Di Meola. As well as in his native Sweden, Bosson has achieved huge success and toured extensively in countries like Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan, he performed with Dima Bilan. 2002: Emma Andersson featuring Bosson – Weightless 2009: Elizma Theron featuring Bosson – One in a Million 2016: Sunbeat featuring Bosson – Eagle in the Sky 2017: Edgar featuring Bosson – My Love Official website Official Russian website Fan site
Major General Peter Maurice Arnison, is a retired Australian Army officer who served as the 23rd Governor of Queensland, in office from July 1997 until July 2003. He graduated from the Royal Military College, Duntroon in 1962, served as Land Commander Australia from 1994 until he retired from the Australian Army in 1996. For the year prior to his appointment as governor, Arnison was the Executive Director of Allied Rubber Products, a manufacturing firm, he is a former Chancellor of Queensland University of Technology, is Chairman of Panbio Limited, Chairman of the Centre for Military and Veterans' Health, Director of Energex Limited, Governor of the Queensland Community Foundation, on the Board of Directors of the Australian Multicultural Foundation. Arnison is married to Barbara. Bachelor of Economics D Laws University of Queensland D Univ Queensland University of Technology D Univ Griffith University D Letters University of Southern Queensland D Univ Southern Cross University Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors July 1977 National Medal January 1992 Officer of the Order of Australia 1994 Land Commander Australia June 1996 Executive Director, Allied Rubber Products July 1997 Queensland’s 23rd Governor January 2001 Centenary Medal March 2001 Companion of the Order of Australia March 2002 Commander of the Royal Victorian Order December 2004 Non-executive Director, ENERGEX LimitedChair and Technical Committee, ENERGEX Limited Member and Compliance Committee, ENERGEX Limited Chancellor of Queensland University of Technology Chairman of The Centre for Military and Veterans’ Health Director of the Australian Multicultural Foundation Chairman of Panbio Limited Chairman, Communities Future Task Force September 2009 re-elected Chancellor of Queensland University of Technology January 2011 Appointed Chairman of the Flood Response Review Board in Brisbane Biog at Queensland Museum Foundation Chancellor of Queensland University of Technology, homepage with pictures
The Greater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium is a nonprofit educational organization founded in 1980 serving the region around Philadelphia, including western New Jersey and northern Delaware. Its current membership includes the philosophy departments of universities; the GPPC states its purpose as "fostering cooperation among philosophers" and "sharing the insights and methods of philosophy with a larger public." Michael Krausz and Joseph Margolis co-founded the GPPC in 1980. The GPPC was founded to help bridge between the traditions of Anglo-American philosophy and Continental philosophy that persisted in the early 1980s, it sought to enlarge the scope of philosophical inquiry, pursuing interdisciplinary topics in the sciences, social sciences, other humanities. The earliest core member institutions of the GPPC included the philosophy departments of Bryn Mawr College, the University of Pennsylvania, Temple University, Villanova University; each of these offers advanced degrees in philosophy and extended instructional and library access to graduate students of other GPPC member schools.
Drexel University, Haverford College, La Salle University, Swarthmore College soon joined as associated faculties, though not offering advanced degrees in philosophy. The GPPC attracted the participation of faculty at other institutions, as well as other qualified persons in the Philadelphia region with an interest in philosophy. Support for the GPPC during the 1980s included grants from the Pennsylvania Humanities Council, Rockefeller Foundation, Exxon Educational Foundation, Pew Charitable Trusts; the Consortium is led by a Board of Directors, which consists of one faculty representative from each member institution. The Board selects several officers from among these representatives; the GPPC receives support from a Board of Governors, who are a mix of academics and non-academics who share an interest in the public role of philosophy. The GPPC operates under the auspices of the Greater Philadelphia Human Studies Council, composed of 15 colleges and universities in the Philadelphia region.
The Council exists to promote interdisciplinary faculty interaction and development, including the funding of four distinct consortia. The Philosophy Departments of the following institutions are current members of the GPPC: Bryn Mawr College Drexel University Haverford College La Salle University Pennsylvania State University Rosemont College St. Joseph’s University Swarthmore College Temple University The College of New Jersey University of Delaware University of Pennsylvania Ursinus College Villanova University West Chester University The GPPC hosts a variety of conferences each year, including a Public Issues Forum and an Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. Past conference speakers include well-known recent philosophers such as Jürgen Habermas, Richard Rorty, Stanley Cavell; the Consortium sponsors a variety of discussion groups and working groups. Past topics include aesthetics and theory of interpretation and feminism, ancient Greek philosophy. Current groups discuss epistemology, philosophy of science, philosophy of religion and comparative philosophy, as well as special topics.
Several books have grown out of past proceedings and papers of GPPC conferences and discussions, published by Penn State Press: Rationality and the Human Sciences. Edited by Joseph Margolis, Michael Krausz, Richard M. Burian. Dordrecht: Martin Nijhoff, 1986. Foucault and the Critique of Institutions. Edited by John D. Caputo and Mark Yount. University Park: Penn State Press, 1993; the Quarrel Between Invariance and Flux: A Guide for Philosophers and Other Players Collected and edited by Joseph Margolis and Jacques N. Catudal. University Park: Penn State Press, 2001. Is There A Single Right Interpretation? Edited and with an introduction by Michael Krausz. University Park: Penn State Press, 2002; the Musician as Interpreter. Paul Thom. University Park: Penn State Press, 2007. Narrative and Insight. Edited by Noël Carroll and John Gibson. University Park: Penn State Press, 2011. Official website Greater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium book series
Sony Xperia Ion is an Android smartphone developed and manufactured by Sony Mobile Communications. It was launched at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show with Sony Xperia S; the device has a capacitive touchscreen display that measures 4.6 inches with a resolution of 1280 x 720 at 323 ppi with Sony's Mobile BRAVIA Engine reality display. The glass that the screen was made from is scratch-resistant, the screen supports multitouch, capable of displaying 16 million colours; the phone features a 12-megapixel camera capable of recording high-definition videos at 1080p at 30 fps with continuous autofocus, video light and video stabilizer. It has a front-facing camera of 1.3 megapixels capable of recording 720p videos at 30fps. The device is equipped with a 1.5 GHz Dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 1 GB RAM, 16 GB of internal memory, which supports 32 GB external memory with NFC enabled which can be used with Xperia SmartTags, or for low value financial transactions, as NFC becomes more widespread in use, with the appropriate applications from Google Play.
The device features a micro USB connector with USB on the Go support and a HDMI port for viewing photos and videos on a TV screen. The Xperia ion for AT&T was released with Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread but it has received an update to Android 4.0.4 on 26 September 2012. The HSPA version came with Ice Cream Sandwich pre-installed while the LTE version came pre-installed with Gingerbread and was updated to Ice Cream Sandwich; the Xperia ion is Facebook integrated with the Timescape UI with Twitter. The browser supports HTML, HTML5, XHTML, Flash and CSS 3; the phone is integrated PlayStation Certified which allows users to play PlayStation Suite games, is connected to the Sony Entertainment Network, allowing users to access Music & Video Unlimited. The device has WiFi and WiFi hotspot functionality with Bluetooth connectivity and is DLNA certified. Sony Xperia ion received the upgrade Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on 26 June 2013. Official website
Minna is a city in Middle Belt Nigeria. It is the capital of one of Nigeria's 36 federal states, it consists of 2 major ethnic groups: the Gbagyi. Archaeological evidence suggests. Muslim culture filtered into Minna by way of the ancient Saharan trade routes and the city contains many mosques and Muslim organizations. Christianity is the second major population in Niger State. Faith Church, a Grace Baptist Church, Nupe Kalvari Churches, Anglican Churches, ECWA Churches, Baptist Churches, Victory Christian Church, The Apostolic Church and many others too numerous to mention. Minna is the home of Nigeria's former military President Gen. Ibrahim B. Babangida, of former Head of State Gen. Abdulsalami Abubakar. Dr. Mu'azu Babangida Aliyu was the former governor of Niger State, he served a term of eight years. Abubakar Sani Bello, a business tycoon and a multi-billionaire is the present governor of Niger state who took over from the opposition party ruling candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party candidate Mu'azu Babangida Aliyu, serving his second term in office.
Cotton, guinea corn, ginger are the main agricultural products of the city. Yam is extensively cultivated throughout the city; the economy supports cattle trading, shea nut processing and gold mining. There are FMCGs such as PZ Cussons that deal in toilet soaps, baby products, medicaments and so on. Traditional industries and crafts in Minna include leather work and metalworking, Minna is connected to neighboring cities by road. Abuja, the capital of the country, is only 150 km away. Minna is connected by railroad to both Kano in the north and Ibadan and Lagos in the south; the city is served by Minna Airport. Minna boast of a host of educational institutions among them are, The Federal university of Technology, Niger state school of health, Niger state school of nursing and Midwifery, Niger state university of Education among others. FEMA Schools, Zarumai model school, Father O'colonel science college, D. S. S, DECS New College, Hill Top, Mypa schools, Himma international school, Police secondary school, El-Amin International School, New Horizon College, Divine Excellence International Schools and Brighter International Schools, among many others, are the pioneering high schools in Minna, it's has a general hospital serving as the general hospitality body.
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Josef "Sepp" Herberger was a German football player and manager. He is most famous for being the manager of the West German national team which won the 1954 FIFA World Cup final, a match dubbed The Miracle of Bern, defeating the overwhelming favourites from Hungary, he had coached the Breslau Eleven, one of the greatest teams in German football history. Born in Mannheim, Herberger played three times for the German football team between 1921 and 1925 before becoming assistant to Otto Nerz in 1932. Herberger succeeded him as national coach after Germany's uninspired loss to Norway in quarter finals at the 1936 Olympics. After the war, he had a short spell as interim coach with Eintracht Frankfurt, before being recalled as national team coach in 1950, he remained the position until 1964. He died of pneumonia in Weinheim–Hohensachsen, aged 80. Herberger joined the Nazi Party in 1933, his nomination to the Germany's Sports Hall of Fame in 2008 caused a lot of criticism because of his Nazi past. Hungary was the overwhelming favourite to win the 1954 World Cup.
Its legendary Golden Team known as the Mighty Magyars, had not lost a match in 4 years. They were the reigning Olympic Champion and had won the Central European International Cup in 1953. Once the World Cup started, Hungary had been dominant, outscoring their opponents 17–3 in their two group games while West Germany had been outscored 7–9. In their match against each other, Hungary had won 8–3; the final was played in heavy rain. Hungary scored an early goal and minutes doubled their lead. Germany pulled one back within two minutes, equalized eight minutes after that. Hungary was unable to score. West Germany scored with 6 minutes left in the match to win 3–2. Among Herberger's moves credited with helping the team in the final are: fielding a below strength and out-of-position team in the first match against Hungary, to disguise the team's strengths. Three of these sayings are quoted in the beginning of the 1998 film Run Lola Run; the first is at the beginning of the film. After a series of intentionally confusing and innocuous statements and character introductions, a simple minded security guard utters the phrase "Der Ball ist rund und das Spiel dauert 90 Minuten.", a used amalgamation of two separate famous quotes.
The 2003 film, The Miracle of Bern, following Herberger and his team's path to victory in the 1954 World Cup features a number of these quotations including the amalgamation of two of the above, "The ball is round and the game lasts for 90 minutes". As of 22 January 2014 VfR Mannheim South German Championship: 1925 Germany FIFA World Cup: 1954 Berlin-Britz Manager of the Decade World Soccer 20th Greatest Manager of All Time: 2013 The Big Game Sepp Herberger at WorldFootball.net Sepp Herberger at the Germany's Sports Hall of Fame Sepp Herberger at eintracht-archiv.de Profile at FIFA website