Carolyn Laurie Kane is an American actress and comedian. She became known in the 1970s and 1980s in films such as Hester Street, for which she received an Academy Award for Best Actress nomination, Annie Hall, The Princess Bride, she appeared on the television series Taxi in the early 1980s, as Simka Gravas, the wife of Latka, the character played by Andy Kaufman, winning two Emmy Awards for her work. She has played the character of Madame Morrible in the musical Wicked, both in regional productions and on Broadway from 2005 to 2014. From 2015 to 2019, she was a main cast member on the Netflix original series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, in which she played Lillian Kaushtupper. Kane was born in Cleveland, the daughter of Joy, a jazz singer, teacher and pianist, Michael Kane, her family is Jewish, her grandparents emigrated from Russia and Poland. Her parents divorced, she attended the Cherry Lawn School, a boarding school in Darien, until 1965. She studied theatre at HB Studio and went to the Professional Children's School, in New York City, made her professional theatre debut in a 1966 production of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, starring Tammy Grimes.
Kane portrayed Simka Dahblitz-Gravas, wife of Latka Gravas, on the American television series Taxi, from 1981 to 1983. She received two Emmy Awards for her work in the series. In 1984, Kane appeared in episode 12, season 3 of Cheers as Amanda, an acquaintance of Diane Chambers from her time spent in a mental institution. Kane was a regular on the 1986 NBC series All Is Forgiven, a regular on the 1990–1991 NBC series American Dreamer, guest-starred on a 1994 episode of Seinfeld, a 1996 episode of Ellen and had a supporting role in the short-lived 1996–1997 sitcom Pearl. In 1988, Kane appeared in the Cinemax Comedy Experiment Rap Master Ronnie: A Report Card alongside Jon Cryer and the Smothers Brothers. In January 2009, she appeared in the television series Two and a Half Men as the mother of Alan Harper's receptionist. In March 2010, Kane appeared in the television series Ugly Betty as Justin Suarez's acting teacher. In 2014, she had a recurring role in the TV series Gotham as Gertrude Kapelput, Oswald Cobblepot's mother.
In 2015, she was cast as Lillian Kaushtupper, the landlord to the title character of Netflix's original series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. In 2020, Kane was part of the ensemble cast of the Amazon show Hunters, which includes Al Pacino and Logan Lerman, among other. Kane appeared in The Last Detail, Annie Hall, The World's Greatest Lover, Norman Loves Rose, Dog Day Afternoon, When A Stranger Calls,Transylvania 6-5000, The Princess Bride, Flashback with Dennis Hopper, Scrooged, in which Variety called her "unquestionably pic's comic highlight."In 1998, she played Mother Duck on the cartoon movie The First Snow of Winter. In 1999 she made a cameo on the movie Man On The Moon as her character she played on Taxi. At the 48th Academy Awards, Kane was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in the film Hester Street, she starred in the off-Broadway play Love and What I Wore in February 2010. Kane made her West End debut in January 2011 in a major revival of Lillian Hellman's drama The Children's Hour, at London's Comedy Theatre.
She starred alongside Elisabeth Moss and Ellen Burstyn. In May 2012, Kane appeared on Broadway as Betty Chumley in a revival of the play Harvey. Kane is known for her portrayal of the evil headmistress Madame Morrible in the Broadway musical Wicked, whom she played in various productions from 2005 to 2014. Kane made her Wicked debut on the 1st National Tour, playing the role from March 9 through December 19, 2005, she reprised the role in the Broadway production from January 10 through November 12, 2006. She again played the role for the Los Angeles production which began performances on February 7, 2007, she left the production on December 30, 2007, returned from August 26, 2008 until the production closed on January 11, 2009. She transferred with the L. A. company, to play the role once again, in the San Francisco production which began performances January 27, 2009. She ended her limited engagement on March 22, 2009. Kane returned to the Broadway company of Wicked from July 1, 2013, through February 22, 2014.
A New Testament minuscule is a copy of a portion of the New Testament written in a small, cursive Greek script. The numbers are the now standard system of Caspar René Gregory referred to as the Gregory-Aland numbers. Dates are estimated to the nearest 100 year increment. Content only describes sections of the New Testament: Gospels, The Acts of the Apostles, Pauline epistles, so on. Sometimes the surviving portion of a codex is so limited that specific books, chapters or verses can be indicated. Linked articles, where they exist specify content in detail, by verse. Digital images are referenced with direct links to the hosting web pages, with the exception of those at the INTF; the quality and accessibility of the images is as follows: † Indicates the manuscript has damaged or missing pages. P Indicates only a portion of the books were included. K Indicates manuscript includes a commentary. S Indicates lost portions of manuscript replaced via supplement of a hand.abs Indicates manuscript is copy.
All of these have now received new numbers from the INTF. Brackets around Gregory-Aland number indicate the manuscript belongs to an numbered manuscript, was numbered as a copy of another manuscript, was found to not be a continuous text manuscript, was found to be written in modern Greek versus Koine Greek, or has been destroyed. List of New Testament papyri List of New Testament uncials List of New Testament minuscules List of New Testament minuscules List of New Testament minuscules ordered by Location/Institution List of New Testament lectionaries List of New Testament amulets Aland, Kurt. Köster. Kurzgefasste Liste der griechischen Handschriften des Neues Testaments. Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter. P. 95. ISBN 3-11-011986-2. "Liste Handschriften". Münster: Institute for New Testament Textual Research. Retrieved 2014-09-09
Choi Joo-hwan is a South Korean second baseman who plays for the Doosan Bears in the KBO League. He bats throws right-handed. While attending Dongsung High School in Gwangju, Choi was considered one of the best second basemen in the Korean high school baseball league. In May 2005 Choi led his team to win the 39th President's Cup National High School Baseball Championship alongside Yang Hyeon-Jong and Han Ki-Joo, winning the RBI title with 9. In September 2005, Choi was selected for the South Korea national junior baseball team to compete at the World Junior Baseball Championship, where South Korea won the silver medal. In the tourney, he batted.353. After graduation from high school, Choi was selected by the Doosan Bears with the 50th overall pick of the 2006 KBO Draft. Choi played only four games in 2006 and three games in 2007 spending the majority of the campaign with the Bears' second-tier team. In 2008, he played in a career-high 16 games and had 4 hits and 6 RBI. In 2009, Choi appeared in only nine games for the Bears.
After the 2009 season, Choi temporarily left the Bears to serve a two-year mandatory military commitment. Korea Baseball Organization career statistics from Koreabaseball.com
The Church of San Vicente Ferrer is located in Calulut, City of San Fernando, Philippines. It was established as a parish in 1914, it encompassed 28 barangays from as far as Anao in Mexico to the east, Dolores to the south, Telabastagan to the north and a number of villages of San Fernando on the west side along what is now known as McArthur Highway. At the time of its canonical erection in 1914, the parish was under the jurisdiction of the Archdiocese of Manila. However, the growing number of the faithful led to the establishment of more parishes that were established by Archbishop Miguel O’Doherty; these were St. Joseph Parish in Brgy. Malino, Mexico in 1941 and Our Lady of Remedies Parish in Brgy. Baliti in 1943, leaving eight barangays under the parish; this was further whittled down to six barangays with the erection of St. Augustine Parish in 1965; the remaining barangays were Calulut, Dela Paz, San Rafael and Malpitic. The eruption of Mt. Pinatubo in 1991 and its aftermath affected the boundaries of the parish.
A sizeable resettlement community was established in Brgy. Bulaon, prompting the creation of the Personal Parish of the Good Shepherd in 1995. In 1996, the Lord's Ascension Parish was established in Dela Paz Sur, which included the western part of Sindalan. At present, there is a move by the residents of Brgys. San Rafael and Bulaon to join the Parish of the Good Shepherd. If this move is realized, the present parish boundaries will further shrink to include only the whole of Brgy. Calulut and the eastern portion of Brgy. Sindalan. Most of the parishioners were tenants and farm workers who toiled in the sugar cane fields. Others relied on small farming lots for their income. With the land reform program of the government in the 1970s, many tenants became small landowners; the construction of farm-to-market roads in the same period facilitated the marketing of their products. However, during the economic crunch of the 1980s, the lots were sold and transformed into fish ponds and poultry farms, with financing from big food processing companies.
Other areas were converted into industrial areas as well as memorial parks. The shift in land use resulted in a significant change in the residents’ means of livelihood. A huge number are now employed in commercial establishments. There are professionals working in hospitals and government offices; some have become small-scale entrepreneurs with businesses ranging from hardware to sari-sari stores. San Vicente Ferrer's feast day falls on the 5 April. In the past, it was customary to bring the images of all village patron saints to the parish church during the patronal fiesta and the Christmas nine-day Misa de Gallo. Most parishioners hiked from their village of origin; these events were well-attended ecclesiastical affairs. Aside from the patronal fiesta, another major parish feast is the “Fiestang Corazon” on the 3rd Saturday of October. According to tradition, the harvest season was the reason why the feast is celebrated in thanksgiving on October instead of June, the feast's liturgical month.
Unknown to many, the parishioners were on the right liturgical track. Research shows that, in pre-Vatican II times, the original feast of the Sacred Heart fell on the Sunday before the feast of Christ the King, celebrated at the end of October; the First parish priest was Fr. Pedro Paulo S. Santos, he was to become the Archbishop of Nueva Caceres in Bicol. The first church edifice was constructed through his efforts, with the facade designed by him. Fr. Casto Ocampo was from the town of Sta. Rita in Pampanga, he promoted the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus through the Cofradia del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus, to him is attributed the annual celebration of Fiestang Corazon. He was followed by Rev. Fr. Felipe Romero and Fr. Jacinto Vergara; the latter is still remembered for the ritual of “Tenieblas”* during the evening of Holy Wednesday before the Holy Mass. Between 1930 and 1932, Fr. Artemio Pascual took charge of the parish, his brief tenure is still remembered for bringing back many Aglipayans in Brgy.
San Rafael to the Catholic faith. Fr. Pascual was succeeded by Fr. Getulio Inggal, whose term was marked by his struggle with the Socialist Party in church affairs. Fr. Lazaro Pineda renovated the parish rectory, he was followed by Fr. Melencio Garcia, Fr. Pedro Capati and Fr. Restituto Canda; the parish priest who served longest was Msgr. Odon T. Santos, he is best remembered for his dream of transforming Calulut into a “city.” He renovated the chalet-style rectory into a two-storey building. He built a permanent stage on the church patio and installed the image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in front of the church, it was during his time. Msgr. Aquilino D. Ordonez made his mark on the parish for two things: his passion for spiritual renewal and his concern for the economic development of the parishioners; the first was done through the Cursillo. He allowed the use of the rectory as a Cursillo House where hundreds of parishioners went through a “reconversion.” The second was achieved through vocational classes such as dressmaking and electronics, farm demonstrations, animal husbandry, home gardening and poultry-raising.
He introduced the Samahang Nayon and the Green Revolution program to the farmers. All these were achieved with the assistance of various government agencies. One parish priest whose memory i
XHSOS-FM is a radio station in Agua Prieta, broadcasting on 97.3 FM. It is owned by Grupo Radiofónico ZER and airs a Regional Mexican format as La Ranchera 97.3. The history of XHSOS begins with a station licensed to Naco. XETM on 1350 kHz was awarded to Jesús Manuel Franco Martínez on March 19, 1941; the station was licensed for operation at 1 kW day and night. Francisco Ernesto Ruiz, who would go on to become the Spanish radio play-by-play voice of the Houston Astros, was a disc jockey at XETM from 1972 to 1981. In 2000, XETM was sold to Arnoldo Rodríguez Zermeño, founder of Grupo ZER. Zermeño moved the station to El Sifón, changed its callsign to XESOS-AM and increased its power to 50 kW daytime on 670 kHz. After the United States Federal Communications Commission complained about interference to other stations on 670, Mexico moved XESOS to 730 AM at 300 watts of power; the AM-FM migration saw. Official website
Erkin Vohidov was an Uzbek poet, literary translator, statesman. In addition to writing his own poetry, Vohidov translated the works of many famous foreign poets, such as Aleksandr Tvardovsky, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Muhammad Iqbal, Rasul Gamzatov, Sergey Yesenin into the Uzbek language. Noteworthy are his translations of Yesenin's works and Goethe's Faust. Vohidov became a National Poet of Uzbekistan in 1987. In 1997, he was awarded the Distinguished Service Order. In 1999, Vohidov was awarded the title Hero of Uzbekistan, the highest honorary title that can be bestowed on a citizen by Uzbekistan. Erkin Vohidovich Vohidov was born on December 28, 1936, in Oltiariq District, Fergana Region the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic, his father, Choʻyanboy Vohidov, fought in the Soviet-German war against Nazi Germany and its allies and died in Tashkent after his return from the war. Vohidov was nine years old at the time, he reminisced about the hardships of the war years as follows: While my father was fighting in the war, my mother worked as a secretary at the village council.
We led a difficult life. I will never forget how my mother slapped my face and cried all day because I had sliced my tongue sucking a corn stalk and had eaten oil cake along with other kids. In 1945, Vohidov moved to Tashkent with his mother, Roziyaxon Vohidova, who soon passed away, he was raised by Karimboy Sohiboyev. It was Vohidov's uncle who sparked his interest in poetry: Even though my uncle was a lawyer, he was passionate about literature and art and appreciated poetry. I used to be amazed by the clever discussions of the poet Chustiy, singers the Shojalilov brothers, Maʼrufxoʻja Bahodirov, great scholar and translator Alixon Sogʻuniy, ordinary mailman Mulla Shukurjon, salesman Akmalxon – all of whom used to frequent our home, they would study the couplets of Hafez, Navoiy and Fuzûlî and everyone would express his own interpretation. There was only intoxication with poetry and songs and the joy of jokes. After graduating from the National University of Uzbekistan with a degree in philology in 1960, he started working at various publishing houses.
Vohidov died on May 30, 2016, at the age of 79. Vohidov worked as an editor at Yosh Gvardiya, the Uzbek branch of Molodaya Gvardiya, from 1960 to 1963, he worked as editor-in-chief at the same publishing house from 1975 to 1982. Vohidov served as editor-in-chief and director of Gʻafur Gʻulom, another publishing house in Tashkent. From 1982 until 1985, he worked as the head of the monthly periodical Yoshlik. After Uzbekistan gained independence, he worked as chairman of the Committee on International Affairs and Inter-parliamentary Relations of the Oliy Majlis of Uzbekistan and chairman of the Senate Committee on Science, Education and Sport. Vohidov started writing poetry during his student years, his first poem was published in the Mushtum magazine. Vohidov's first collection of poems, Tong nafasi, was published in 1961. In 1987, he published a collection of literary essays entitled sheʼru shuur: Adabiy esselar; the following is a list of Vohidov's books of poetry: Tong nafasi Qoʻshiqlarim sizga Yurak va aql Mening yulduzim Nido Lirika Palatkada yozilgan doston Yoshlik devoni Charogʻbon Quyosh maskani Dostonlar Muhabbat Tirik sayyoralar Ruhlar isyoni Sharqiy qirgʻoq Kelajakka maktub Bedorlik Hozirgi yoshlar Saylanma Birinchi jild: Muhabbatnoma Ikkinchi jild: Sadoqatnoma Daraxtlar suhbati Iztirob Kuy avjida uzilmasin tor Oʻrtada begona yoʻq Yaxshidir achchiq haqiqat Qumursqalar jangi Saylanma Birinchi jild: Ishq savdosi Ikkinchi jild: Sheʼr dunyosi Uchinchi jild: Umrim daryosi Toʻrtinchi jild: Koʻngil nidosi Orzuli dunyo Tabassum Yangi sheʼrlar Zamin sayyorasi Saylanma Birinchi jild: Bahor tarovati Ikkinchi jild: Yoz harorari Uchinchi jild: Kuz saxovati Toʻrtinchi jild: Qish halovati Beshinchi jild: Qalb sadoqati Oltinchi jild: Erk saodati Yettinchi jild: Tarjimalar: Aleksandr Blok, Sergey Yesenin va boshqalar Sakkizinchi jild: Tarjimalar: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Fausti تاریخینگ دیر مینگ عصرلر ایچره پنهان اوزبیگیم (published in Afghanistan in