La Revancha Del Príncipe Charro
La Revancha del Príncipe Charro is the second album released by the Mexican Avanzada Regia punk rock band Panda. The album was released prior to Para ti con desprecio; the album was the last album released by the band under the'Delanuca' label. The album was the last one to be made in one version as former albums by the band were released in with different track listings depending on their release location, whether it was in Mexico or in the United States. Http://artists.letssingit.com/panda-album-la-revancha-del-principe-charro-cwzm45 - Letssingit.com https://www.amazon.com/Revancha-Del-Principe-Charro-Panda/dp/B000084TV7 - Amazon.com
Héctor Icazuriaga is the Secretary of Intelligence of Argentina since 2003. Icazuriaga was born in Chivilcoy, Buenos Aires Province to Basque Argentine parents, he enrolled at the University of La Plata, earned a juris doctor. He relocated to Santa Cruz Province, where he was elected to the Provincial Legislature on the Justicialist Party ticket. Icazuriaga was elected Vice President of the Legislature by his peers, upon Vice Governor Sergio Acevedo's election to the Argentine Chamber of Deputies in 1999, he was nominated as Governor Néstor Kirchner's running mate, taking office as Vice Governor on December 10. Kirchner's own election to the Presidency in April 2003 led to Icazuriaga's appointment as governor. Acevedo, named President Kirchner's first Intelligence Secretariat Director, became a candidate for the post that year and upon the latter's election, Icazuriaga was named to replace him, effective December 10, he served President Néstor Kirchner, as well as his wife and successor, Cristina Kirchner, as Director of Intelligence, becoming among the longest-serving officeholders in the post's history.
Icazuriaga has enjoyed a good working relationship with both Presidents Kirchner, though his Deputy Director, Francisco Larcher, is closer to the couple than the Director himself. Francisco Larcher List of Secretaries of Intelligence Santa Cruz province Chamber of Deputies
Devo is an American rock band from Akron, Ohio formed in 1973. Their classic lineup consisted of two sets of brothers, the Mothersbaughs and the Casales, along with Alan Myers; the band had a No. 14 Billboard chart hit in 1980 with the single "Whip It", the song that gave the band mainstream popularity. Devo is known for their music and stage shows mingling kitsch science fiction themes, deadpan surrealist humor and mordantly satirical social commentary, their discordant pop songs feature unusual synthetic instrumentation and time signatures that have proven influential on subsequent popular music new wave and alternative rock artists. Devo was a pioneer of the music video, creating clips for the LaserDisc format, with "Whip It" getting heavy airplay in the early days of MTV; the name Devo comes from the concept of'de-evolution'—the idea that instead of continuing to evolve, mankind has begun to regress, as evidenced by the dysfunction and herd mentality of American society. In the late 1960s, this idea was developed as a joke by Kent State University art students Gerald Casale and Bob Lewis, who created a number of satirical art pieces in a devolution vein.
At this time, Casale had performed with the local band 15-60-75. They met Mark Mothersbaugh around 1970, a talented keyboardist, playing with the band Flossy Bobbitt. Mothersbaugh brought a more humorous feel to the band, introducing them to material like the pamphlet "Jocko Homo Heavenbound", which includes an illustration of a winged devil labelled "D-EVOLUTION" and would inspire the song "Jocko Homo"; the "joke" about de-evolution became serious following the Kent State shootings of May 4, 1970. This event would be cited multiple times as the impetus for forming the band Devo. Throughout the band's career, they would be considered a "joke band" by the music press; the first form of Devo was the "Sextet Devo" which performed at the 1973 Kent State performing arts festival. It included Casale and Mothersbaugh, as well as Gerald's brother Bob Casale on guitar, friends Rod Reisman and Fred Weber on drums and vocals, respectively; this performance was filmed and a part was included on the home video The Complete Truth About De-Evolution.
This lineup performed only once. Devo returned to perform in the Student Governance Center at the 1974 Creative Arts Festival with a lineup including the Casale brothers, Bob Lewis, Mark Mothersbaugh, Jim Mothersbaugh on drums; the band continued to perform as a quartet, but with a fluid lineup including Mark's brothers Bob Mothersbaugh and Jim Mothersbaugh. Bob played electric guitar, Jim provided percussion using a set of home-made electronic drums, their first two music videos, "Secret Agent Man" and "Jocko Homo" featured on The Truth About De-Evolution, were filmed in Akron, Cuyahoga Falls, the hometown of most members. This lineup of Devo lasted until 1976. Bob Lewis would sometimes play guitar during this period. In concert, Devo would perform in the guise of theatrical characters, such as Booji Boy and the Chinaman. Live concerts from this period were confrontational, would remain so until 1977. A recording of an early Devo performance from 1975 with the quartet lineup appears on DEVO Live: The Mongoloid Years, ending with the promoters unplugging Devo's equipment.
Following Jim Mothersbaugh's departure, Bob Mothersbaugh found a new drummer, Alan Myers, who played on a conventional, acoustic drum kit. Casale re-recruited his brother Bob Casale, the lineup of Devo remained the same for nearly ten years. Devo gained some fame in 1976 when the short film The Truth About De-Evolution directed by Chuck Statler won a prize at the Ann Arbor Film Festival; this attracted the attention of David Bowie, who began work to get the band a recording contract with Warner Music Group. In 1977, Devo were asked by Neil Young to participate in the making of his film Human Highway. Released in 1982, the film featured the band as "Nuclear garbagemen"; the band members were asked to write their own parts and Mark Mothersbaugh scored and recorded much of the soundtrack, his first of many. In March 1977, Devo released their first single "Mongoloid" b/w "Jocko Homo", the B-side of which came from the soundtrack to The Truth About De-Evolution, on their independent label Booji Boy.
This was followed by a cover of the Rolling Stones' " Satisfaction". In 1978, the B Stiff EP was released by British independent label Stiff, which included the single "Be Stiff" plus two previous Booji Boy releases. "Mechanical Man", a 4 track 7" EP of demos, an apparent bootleg but rumored to be put out by the band themselves, was released that year. Recommendations from David Bowie and Iggy Pop enabled Devo to secure a recording contract with Warner Bros. in 1978. After Bowie backed out of the business deal due to previous commitments, their first album, Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! was produced by Brian Eno and featured re-recordings of their previous singles "Mongoloid" and " Satisfaction". On October 14, 1978, Devo gained national exposure with an appearance on the late-night show Saturday Night Live, a week after the Rolling Stones, performing " Satisfaction" and "Jocko Homo". After the band achieved this success, co-founder Bob Lewis asked for accreditation and compensation in 1978 for his contributions to the band.
The band refused to negotiate, sued Lewis in Los Angeles County Superior Court, seeking a declaratory judgment stating that Lewis had no rights to the name or theory of de-evolution. Lewis filed an action in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, alleging theft of intellectua
Ṣàngó is an Orisha. He is syncretized with either Saint Saint Jerome. Shango is a royal ancestor of the Yoruba as he was the third Alafin of the Oyo Kingdom prior to his posthumous deification. Ṣàngó has numerous manifestations including Airá, Afonja, Lubé, Obomin. He is considered to be one of the most powerful rulers that Yorubaland has produced, is noted for his anger. Jakuta was the third Alafin following Oranmiyan and Ajaka. Jakuta brought prosperity to the Oyo Empire. According to Professor Mason's Mythological Account of Heroes and Kings, unlike his peaceful brother Ajaka, Jakuta was a powerful and violent ruler, he reigned for seven years which were marked by many battles. His reign ended due to his inadvertent destruction of his palace by lightning, he had three wives, namely Princess Oshun, Princess Oba, Princess Oya. The Oyo Empire declined in the 19th century, which led to the enslavement of its people by the Fulani and the Fon. Among them were many followers of Ṣàngó, worship of the deity thrives in the New World as a result.
Strong devotion to Ṣàngó led to Yoruba religions in Trinidad and Recife, Brazil being named after the deity. In Yorubaland, Sango is worshiped on the fifth day of the week in, named Ojo Jakuta. Ritual worship foods include guguru, bitter cola, àmàlà, gbegiri soup, he is worshiped with the Bata drum. One significant thing about this deity is that he is worshiped using red clothing, just as he is said to have admired red attire during his lifetime. Ṣàngó is viewed as the most powerful and feared of the orisha pantheon. He casts a "thundersone" to earth, which creates lightning, to anyone who offends him. Worshippers in Yorubaland in Nigeria do not eat cowpea because they believe that the wrath of the god of iron would descend on them; the Ṣàngó god necklaces are composed in varying patterns of white beads. Rocks created by lightning strikes are venerated by Ṣàngó worshipers. Ṣàngó is called on during coronation ceremonies in Nigeria to the present day. Ṣàngó is venerated in Santería and Haiti as "Chango".
As in the Yoruba religion, Chango is the most feared god in Santería. In Haïti, he is as Ogou. Palo recognizes him as "Siete Rayos". Ṣàngó is known as Xangô in the Candomblé pantheon. He is said to be the son of Oranyan, his wives include Oya and Oba, as in the Yoruba tradition. Xangô took on strong importance among slaves in Brazil for his qualities of strength and aggression, he is noted as the god of thunder. He became the patron orixa of many Candomblé terreiros. In contrast Oko, the orixá of agriculture, found little favor among slaves in Brazil and has few followers in the Americas; the main barracão of Ilê Axé Iyá Nassô Oká, or the terreiro Casa Branca, is dedicated to Xangô. Xangô is depicted with an oxê. Consecrated day: Tuesday Colors: white and red Elements: thunder, fire Sacred food: amalá Instruments: oxê, a double ax, it speaks of his achievements, consorts and dominion Sacrificial animals: fresh water turtle, male goat, sheepAmalá known as amalá de Xangô, is the ritual dish offered to the orixá.
It is a stew made of chopped okra, dried shrimp, palm oil. Amalá is served on Wednesday at the pegi, or altar, on a large tray, traditionally decorated with 12 upright uncooked okra. Due to ritual prohibitions, the dish may not be offered on a wooden tray or accompanied by bitter kola. Amalá de Xangô may be prepared with the addition of beef an ox tail. Amalá de Xangô is different than àmàlà, a dish common to Yoruba areas of Nigeria. Xangô is depicted with an oxê known as the oxê de Xangô; the oxê is a double axe similar to a labrys and made of wood. The song "Mama Loi, Papa Loi" by Bahamian musician Exuma includes the lines "Come on Shango"... Shango is a large theme in the Mighty Sparrow song, "congo Man". Caliban invokes Shango in Aimé Césaire's play Une Tempête. Shango appears as a minor character in The Iron Druid Chronicles by Kevin Hearne. In episode 28 of the telenovela "Celia," loosely based on the life of Celia Cruz, the cultural ancestors of Celia's African heritage visit her in her dreams and invoking the presence of Chango.
Xango is mentioned in the song Canto de Ossanha by Vinicius de Moraes. Legends of Africa Johnson, History of the Yorubas, London 1921. Lange, Dierk: "Yoruba origins and the'Lost Tribes of Israel'", Anthropos 106, 579-595. Law, Robin: The Oyo Empire c. 1600 – c. 1836, Oxford 1977. Seux, M.-J. Épithètes royales akkadiennes et sumériennes, Paris 1967. Tishken,Joel E. Tóyìn Fálọlá, Akíntúndéí Akínyẹmí, Sàngó in Africa and the African Diaspora, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2009. Charles Spencer King, "Nature's Ancient Religion: Orisha Worship & IFA" ISBN 1-4404-1733-4 Charles Spencer King, "IFA Y Los Orishas: La Religion Antigua De LA Naturaleza" ISBN 1-4610-2898-1 Santeria.fr:: All about Shango Santeria.fr:: Todo sobre Shango Santeria.fr:: Tout sur Shango
Juan Carlos Cárdenas
Juan Carlos Cárdenas is a former Argentine footballer and coach. He played for a number of clubs in Argentina and Mexico as well as playing for the Argentina national football team, he is known by the nickname "El Chango", a common name for people from the north of Argentina. Cárdenas was spotted in 1962 by Racing Club de Avellaneda playing as a teenager for Unión de Santiago del Estero, he spent one year in the Argentine 2nd Division with Nueva Chicago before joining Racing Club in 1964. He was part of the championship winning team of 1966. In 1967, he helped the club to win the Copa Libertadores and that year he scored the decisive goal against Celtic F. C. in the Copa Intercontinental to make Racing Club the first Argentine club to become club champions of the world. In 1972 Cárdenas moved to Mexico where he played for Puebla and Veracruz returning to Racing Club in 1976. After retiring as a player Cárdenas became the manager of several lower league teams in Argentina, including All Boys, Deportivo Armenio and General Lamadrid.
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Chango inc is an online marketing company in the field of data-driven digital advertising, specializing in search retargeting and programmatic marketing. Chango is used by over 45,000 websites; the company was founded in 2008 and operates in North America and the U. K, it is headquartered in Toronto with sales offices in NYC, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle and London. In 2015, Rubicon Project acquired Chango for $122 million; the company was founded in Toronto by Chris Sukornyk. Sukornyk co-founded the X-Stream Network and FiveLimes. Sukornyk devoted the first 12 months on development. In June 2010, Chango raised $1.4 million in Series A funding. Metamorphic Ventures joined existing investors such as Extreme Venture Partners; the company secured a second round of funding in February 2011. The new funding led by Rho Canada, with iNovia Capital, Metamorphic Ventures, Extreme Venture Partners and 24/7 Media co-founder, Geoff Judge; the funding went into hiring additional resources in the engineering team, clients services and business development roles.
In November 2012, Chango Inc. secured $12 million in funding. All of Chango's existing investors including iNovia, Rho Canada Ventures, Metamorphic Ventures, Mantella Venture Partners and Extreme Venture Partners took their full allocation in the round. In addition to Chris Sukornyk and Mazdak Rezvani, Chango's founding team includes Internet and Display media veteran Dax Hamman. in 2012, Chango hired Paul McIntyre, hired Keith Lorizio to take Chango to new levels. Chango is recognized for a number of awards including: Top 50 Digital Brands to know in 2013, Ad:tech most innovative company, TechVibes' Top 100 Canadian Startups and eTail Rising Star in Service Technology. Most Chango was recognized in Deloitte's Technology Fast 50 program and was ranked first overall in Canada with a growth rate of 69,800% Chango was one of the pioneers to offer Search Retargeting; the company serves display ads to potential customers based on their recent search activity. As of the first quarter of 2013, Chango was working with 75 of the top 500 Internet Retailers.
Chango claims to be able to capture the recent search activity of hundreds of millions of users, using anonymous cookies. The company re-targets display advertisement to users if they match a specific campaign. Display advertisement is purchased through a Demand Side Platform that operates across multiple ad networks, such as appnexus and double click. Chango is a member of the Network Advertising Initiative; this allows consumers to "opt out" of the search retargeting campaigns delivered by Chango and partners. The company says. In December 2012, Chango Inc. integrated directly with Facebook to bring search intent data to social media targeting. More Chango Inc released the industry's first programmatic marketing platform, which combines Data Management Platform with Demand Side Platform capabilities. Http://www.retargetingnews.com/2011/05/smx-toronto-panel-examines-the-latest-in-search-retargeting/ https://web.archive.org/web/20110615183336/http://ad-tech.blogs.imediaconnection.com/2011/03/29/start-up-watch-cod-chango-is-it-time-for-you-to-start-search-retargeting/ http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/Chango-Completes-425M-Series-B-Financing-to-Solidify-Lead-in-Search-Retargeting-1388466.htm http://www.adexchanger.com/ad-networks/chango-fundin/ http://searchengineland.com/11-inventory-sources-for-keyword-marketers-45263 http://vator.tv/news/2010-07-02-funding-roundup-week-ending-07-02-10 http://www.adexchanger.com/ad-exchange-news/dsp-chango/ https://web.archive.org/web/20110418205040/http://www.btobonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?
AID=%2F20100701%2FFREE%2F100709991%2F1001#seenit https://web.archive.org/web/20100704054635/http://www.dmwmedia.com/news/2010/06/30/chango-raises-14-million-search-historybased-ads http://www.adotas.com/2010/06/got-funds-foursquare-click-forensics-chango-see-big-bucks/ http://www.imediaconnection.com/content/27071.asp
The Csango people are a Hungarian ethnographic group of Roman Catholic faith living in the Romanian region of Moldavia in Bacău County. Their traditional language, Csango, an old Hungarian dialect, is used by only a minority of the Csango population group, it has been suggested that the name Csángó is the present participle of a Hungarian verb csángál meaning "wander, as of going away". Alternative explanations include the Hungarian word elcsángált, meaning "went to", or the phrase csángatta a harangot "ring the bell". Perugia, 14 November 1234: Pope Gregory IX to Béla IV, king of Hungary "In the Cuman bishopric - as we were informed - is living a people called Vallah and others and Germans as well, who came here from the Hungarian Kingdom." Roman, 13 April 1562: Report of the Habsburg Agent, John Belsius, to the Emperor Ferdinand the First "On the day of the 10th of April, Despot Vodă left Hîrlău to Tîrgul Frumos on the 12th to the fortress of Roman" Despot Vodă ordered me to write these: Alexandru Moldoveanul forced all the nations, with no exceptions, to be baptized again and to follow the religion of the Moldavians, taking them away from their own religion, he appointed a bishop of the Saxons and the Hungarians, to rebuild the confiscated churches and to strengthen their souls in their beliefs, his name is Ian Lusenius, is Polish."
After 1562: Notes of the Humanist Johann Sommer about Saxons in Moldavia, from his work about the Life of Jacob-Despot, the Ruler of Moldavia "Despot was unyielding in punishment against the ones who don't respect the sanctity of marriage, -according to the habit of those people-: this habit was copied by the Hungarians and Saxons living here, in this country. He started to build a school in Cotnari, inhabited by Hungarians and Saxons." Iași, 14 January 1587: Bartolomeo Brutti's letter to Annibal de Capua "These Franciscans are few and they speak neither German, nor Hungarian, so they can't take spiritual care of these catholics, 15000 in number. Roman 1588: The First Jesuit Mission in Moldavia: Written by Stanislaw Warszewicki "In the whole region in 15 towns and in all the neighborhood villages there are Hungarians and Saxons, but most of them don't know how to read, don't recognize the letters."Miron Costin: Grausame Zeiten in der Moldau 1980 Chapter 18 par 28 about a Csangos massacre of a few German soldiers Munich Codex: Hussite translation of the New Testament to Hungarian dated in the text in 1466 in Moldavia Hungarian edition link For centuries, the self-identity of the Csangos was based on the Roman Catholic religion and the Hungarian language spoken in the family.
It is accepted by serious scholars that the Csangos have a Hungarian origin, that they arrived in Moldavia from the west. Some Romanian authors claim; this theory has to be dismissed. Whatever can be argued about the language of the Csangos there is no doubt that this is a form of Hungarian; the Council of Europe has expressed its concerns about the situation of the Csángó minority culture, discussed that the Csángós speak an early form of Hungarian and are associated with ancient traditions, a great diversity of folk art and culture, of exceptional value for Europe. The Council mentioned that it is thought that between 60,000 and 70,000 people speak the Csángó language, it has expressed concerns that despite the provisions of the Romanian law on education, repeated requests from parents there is no teaching of the Csángó language in the Csángó villages, and, as a consequence few Csángós are able to write in their mother tongue. The document discussed that the Csángós make no political demands, but want to be recognized as a distinct culture and demand education and church services in the Csángó language.
At the time of this report's release, the Vatican expressed hope that the Csangos would be able to celebrate Catholic masses in their liturgical language, Csango. The situation of Csango community may be understood by taking into consideration the results of 2002 census. 1,370 persons declared themselves Csango. Most of them live in Bacău County and belong to the Roman Catholic Church. During the last years, some statements identified all Catholics in Bacău County as Csango; this identification is rejected by most of them. The name Csango appeared recently, being used for the first time, in 1780 by Petru Zold; the name Csango is used to describe two different ethnic groups: those concentrated in the county of Bacǎu and in the area surrounding the city of Roman. We know for certain, they are Romanian in appearance, the majority of them speak a Transylvanian dialect of Romanian and live according to Romanian traditions and customs. These characteristics suggest that they are Romanians from Transylvania who have joined the Romanian Catholic population of Moldavia.
Those of Szekler origin, most of whom settled in the valleys of the Trotuş and the Tazlǎu and, to a