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Chen Boda

Chen Boda, was a Chinese Communist journalist and political theorist who rose to power as the chief interpreter of Maoism in the first 20 years of the People's Republic of China. Chen became a close associate of Mao Zedong in Yan'an, during the late 1930s, drafting speeches and theoretical essays and directing propaganda. After 1949, Chen played a leading role in overseeing mass ideology. However, his ultra-radical line and close ties with Lin Biao led to his downfall in 1970. Chen Boda was born Chen Jianxiang in 1904 to peasant parents, his courtesy name was Shangyou. During his childhood, his family moved to Jimei, in modern-day Xiamen to facilitate young Chen's enrollment at the Jimei Normal School, from which Chen graduated as a schoolteacher. In 1925, Chen enrolled at Shanghai Labor University, studying literature, in 1927 he joined the Communist Party of China. After returning to Fujian, he was hired as the personal secretary of General Zhang Zhen, helping to prepare for the 1926–1927 Northern Expedition from the CPC side of the First United Front.

When the Front collapsed, Chen fled and was arrested in Nanjing. He was released after a month on General Zhang's recommendation. Shortly thereafter, Chen was sent by the Party to Moscow Sun Yat-sen University, where he studied politics and Marxist philosophy for four years. In 1931, Chen Boda returned to China, married Sichuan native Zhu Yuren, who had studied in Moscow. Chen became a professor of politics and ancient Chinese history at China College in Beijing while writing articles under the pen names Chen Zhimei and Chen Boda. Most of these articles focused on the dispute between advocates of "national defense literature" such as Lu Xun, more nationalist authors. Chen did underground work for the Party in Tianjin. From 1937 on, he taught politics and Marxist philosophy at the Central Party School of the Communist Party of China in Yan'an, where he became a leader in the Yan'an Rectification Movement, he soon became personal research chief political aide to Mao Zedong. Chen published the first collection of Mao's writings in 1937, an official history of the Party in 1945.

After the Communist victory in the Chinese Civil War and the establishment of the People's Republic of China in 1949, Mao entrusted Chen with many important tasks. Chen Boda became: Deputy Director of the CPC Propaganda Department, overseeing the People's Daily and the Xinhua News Agency Director of the Institute of Political Research Editor-in-chief of the CPC theoretical organ Red Flag, when it was established in 1958 Vice President of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, overseeing Social and Political Sciences In 1951, Chen wrote an article with the title Mao Zedong's theory of the Chinese Revolution is the combination of Marxism-Leninism with the Chinese Revolution and a book entitled Mao Zedong on the Chinese Revolution; these works made him one of the most important interpreters of Mao Zedong Thought, in the 1950s he became one of Mao's closest associates, compiling many of the quotations published in the Red Book. In 1950 Chen accompanied Mao to Moscow to participate in the negotiations with Joseph Stalin that led to the signing of the 30-year treaty of alliance between China and the Soviet Union.

From 1966 until 1969, Chen Boda was to play an important role in the Cultural Revolution. In May 1966, he was placed at the head of the newly formed Cultural Revolution Group, a body established to oversee and direct the course of the Cultural Revolution. In time, this group would rise to become the most important political body in China, surpassing the influence of the Politburo. Furthermore, Chen Boda was placed as head of the Communist government's propaganda apparatus alongside Jiang Qing when the previous leader, Lu Dingyi, was deposed in 1966, he became a member of the Standing Committee of the Politburo. According to the Central Committee leadership, the Cultural Revolution Group began to show signs of ultra-leftism during the late 1960s. Boda's reputation began to wane after the 9th Party Congress in 1969 due to his ties with Lin Biao and his opposition to Zhou Enlai's attempt to deescalate the Cultural Revolution and refocus on consolidating the Party; this marked the end of Chen Boda's involvement in the Cultural Revolution.

As the leadership became more moderate in its outlook and the initial aims of the Cultural Revolution were sidelined, Chen's radicalism caused concern, he was denounced at the 10th Party Congress in 1973 as a'revisionist secret agent' for his associations with Lin Biao. After the Cultural Revolution, he was tried by the post-Mao government for collaboration with the Gang of Four, he was sentenced to eighteen years in prison, but was released shortly afterwards due to his ill health. He died on 20 September 1989, at the age of 85

Kozo Yuki

Kozo Yuki is a former Japanese football player. Kozo began his career with Yokohama Flügels and played for the Waseda University. In 2002, he left Waseda University, he was now scouted by J1 League club JEF United Ichihara. He debuted in 2003 and played many matches as center back from 2004. JEF United won the champions in 2005 and 2006 J. League Cup; however he could hardly play in the match from 2007. After seven years for JEF United, he moved to J2 League club Sanfrecce Hiroshima in June 2008, he played many matches as substitute defender and Sanfrecce won the champions in 2008 J2 League. However he resigned end of 2008 season. After half year blank, On 20 July 2009, the 2. Bundesliga club Fortuna Düsseldorf signed the Japanese Defender until the end of the year. Kozo Yuki at J. League

Estoppel by deed

Estoppel is a common law doctrine which, when it applies, prevents a litigant from denying the truth of what was said or done. The doctrine of estoppel by deed is a particular estoppel doctrine in the context of real property transfers. Under the doctrine, the grantor of a deed is estopped from denying the truth of the deed; the doctrine may only be invoked in a suit arising out of the deed, or involving a particular right arising out of the deed. While rooted in warranty deeds, estoppel by deed has been extended to affect quitclaim deeds if the deed represents that the grantor had title. 1. If O conveys property she doesn't own to A by warranty deed, but O acquires title to that land title passes to A. 2. However, if, as above, O conveys property she doesn't own to A by warranty deed, but O acquires title to that land, A may elect to treat O's lack of title at the time of the conveyance as a breach of the covenants of seisin and right to convey, sue O for damages. A cannot be forced to accept O's after-acquired title if she wishes instead to receive damages.3.

If O conveys property she doesn't own to A by quitclaim deed, but O acquires title to that land A owns nothing. This is.

Frane Vojković

Frane Vojković is a Croatian footballer who plays as a secondary striker for NK Lokomotiva. Vojković joined the HNK Hajduk Split academy at the age of 6, advanced through the ranks, playing for the national team in all the categories from U14 upwards. A precocious player, he made his U17 national team debut at the age of 15, becoming a first-team regular there, despite being born in the last days of 1996, he played for the'95 generation, helping it the national U17 championship. However, his career was brought to a halt by a string of serious injuries, making him miss every match between November 2013 and February 2015. Returning to football in early 2015, he played another two matches for the Croatia U19 team and two further matches for the third-tier reserves of Hajduk, before yet another injury in March 2015, he returned to training in the winter of 2015/16, still impressing enough to receive a 3.5-year long professional contract, despite being forced out of the game for more than two years.

He made his first-team debut in the 27.2.2016 1-0 away loss against HNK Rijeka, coming it at half-time for Toma Bašić In September 2017, Vojković was loaned to HNK Cibalia after being given little chance at Hajduk Split. During his time at Cibalia he had just few appearances because of injuries. In July 2018, Vojković was once again loaned to Prva HNL club NK Rudeš along with Anthony Kalik. Frane has represented Croatia in all categories from U14 upwards, he made his U17 national team debut at the age of 15, becoming a first-team regular there, despite being born in the last days of 1996, he played for the'95 generation, helping it the national U17 championship. As of 14 August 2018 As of 13 November 2017 Frane is one of three sons born to Ivan and Sanda Vojkovic. Frane has an older brother, one year older and younger brother Josip, born in 1998. Vojkovic wears number 88 on the back of his playing jersey in honour of his grandfather Simun Vojkovic who died at the age of 88 Frane Vojković at hajduk.hr Frane Vojković at the Croatian Football Federation Frane Vojković at Soccerway

1911 Coronation Honours

The Coronation Honours 1911 for the British Empire were announced on 19 June 1911, to celebrate the coronation of George V, held on 22 June 1911. The recipients of honours are displayed here as they were styled before their new honour, arranged by honour, with classes and divisions as appropriate. Princess Victoria Elisabeth Augustine Charlotte, Hereditary Princess of Saxe-Meiningen Princess Victoria Patricia Helena Elizabeth of Connaught Georges Adolphe-Frederic Auguste Victor Ernest Adalbert Gustave Guillaume Wellington, Grand Duke of Mecklenburgh-Strelitz John Douglas Sutherland, Duke of Argyll, KT, GCMG, GCVO Alexander William George, Duke of Fife, KT, GCVO Walter John Francis, Earl of Mar and Kellie Donald James, Baron Reay, GCSI, GCIE Anthony, Earl of Shaftesbury, KCVO Field Marshal Horatio Herbert, Viscount Kitchener of Khartoum, GCB, OM, GCSI, GCIE Civil DivisionMajor Prince Adolphus Charles Alexander Albert Edward George Philip Louis Ladislaus, Duke of Teck, GCVO, CMG Major Prince Alexander Augustus Frederick William Alfred George of Teck, GCVO, DSO Edward, Baron Macnaghten, GCMG Sir William Edward Goschen, GCMG, GCVO Sir Charles Inigo Thomas, KCB Permanent Secretary to the Board of Admiralty Sir Kenneth Augustus Muir Mackenzie, KCB, KC Sir Courtenay Peregrine Ilbert, KCB, KCSI, CIEMilitary DivisionAdmiral of the Fleet Sir Arthur Dalrymple Fanshawe, GCVO, KCB Admiral Sir Lewis Anthony Beaumont, KCB, KCMG Admiral Sir Arthur William Moore, KCB KCVO, CMG Admiral Sir Charles Carter Drury, GCVO, KCB, KCSI Admiral Sir Wilmot Hawksworth Fawkes, KCB KCVO Admiral Lord Charles William Delapoer Beresford, GCVO, KCB, MP Admiral Sir William Robert Kennedy, KCB Admiral Sir William Henry May, GCVO, KCB General Sir Archibald Hunter, KCB, DSO, Governor and Commander-in-Chief Gibraltar General Sir Henry John Thoroton Hildyard, KCB, The Highland Light Infantry General Sir Robert MacGregor Stewart, KCB, Colonel Commandant, Royal Artillery General Sir Beauchamp Duff, KCB, KCSI, KCVO, CIE, Indian Army, Military Secretary, India Office General Sir Henry Macleod Leslie Rundle, KCB, KCMG, DSO, Colonel Commandant, Royal Artillery and Commander-in-Chief Malta General Sir Edward Stedman, KCB, KCIE, Unemployed Supernumerary List, Indian Army General Sir Charles Whittingham Horsley Douglas, KCB, General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Southern Command Civil DivisionVice-Admiral Arthur Mostyn Field, FRS James Alfred Ewing, CB, FRS James Brown Marshall, CB Hay Frederick Donaldson, CB, Chief Superintendent of the Royal Ordnance Factories Colonel Hugh, Earl Fortescue, ADC, His Majesty's Lieutenant for the County of Devonshire and Chairman Devonshire Territorial Force Association Honorary Colonel Sir George Jackson Hay, Knt, CB, CMG, late 3rd Battalion, The Prince of Wales's Own Honorary Colonel Morgan George Lloyd, CB, late 3rd Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment Honorary Colonel William Alexander Hill, CB, late 3rd Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment Colonel Edward Thomas Davenant Cotton-Jodrell, CB, Deputy Assistant Director, Territorial Force, War Office Colonel Thomas Sturmy Cave, CB, Brigade Commander, South Midland Infantry Brigade.

Colonel Henry George Louis Crichton, ADC, late Brigade Commander, Hampshire Light Infantry Colonel Lancelot Rolleston, DSO, Brigade Commander and Derby Mounted Brigade Colonel Aldred Frederick George Beresford, Earl of Scarbrough, CB, ADC, Brigade Commander, Yorkshire Mounted Brigade, Chairman West Riding of Yorkshire Territorial Force Association Sir Frederic Fitzjames Cullinan, CB Principal Clerk of the Chief Secretary's Office, Dublin Castle James Stewart Davy, CB Chief Inspector, Poor Law Service James Miller Dodds, CB Permanent Under-Secretary, Scottish Office Sir Almeric William Fitzroy, KCVO Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Charles Arthur Andrew Frederick, GCVO Sir Francis Charles Gore Solicitor to the Board of Inland Revenue William Graham Greene, CB assistant secretary of the Admiralty Frederick Arthur Hirtzel, CB Sir Robert Hunter, CB Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Burness McHardy, CB, RE Sir Charles Willie Mathews John Paget Mellor, CB Horace Cecil Monro, CB Permanent Secretary, Local Government Board Charles Algernon Parsons, CB, LL.

D Major Ronald Ross, CB, FRCS Edward Peirson Thesiger, CB Clerk to House of Lords Benjamin Arthur Whitelegge, CB, MD Chief Inspector of FactoriesMilitary DivisionAdmiral Henry Coey Cane, CB Vice-Admiral George Fowler King Hall, CVO Vice-Admiral Sir Alfred Wyndham Paget, KCMG Vice-Admiral Sir John Rushworth Jellicoe, KCVO, CB Rear-Admiral Thomas Hounsom Butler Fellowes, CB General William Campbell, CB, RMA General Francis William Thomas, RMLI Inspector-General of Hospitals and Fleets Doyle Money Shaw, CB Inspector-General of Hospitals and Fleets Thomas Desmond Gimlette, CB Chief Inspector of Machinery James Roffey, CB Chief Inspector of Machinery John Harold Heffernan, CB Paymaster-in-Chief John Samuel Moore, CB Major-General Lord Ralph Drury Kerr, CB, Colonel 10th Hussars General George Francis Beville, CB, Unemployed Supernumerary List, Indian Army Major-General Henry Hallam Parr, CB, CMG, The Prince Albert's Colonel and Honorary Major-General John Palmer Brabazon, CVO, CB General Horace Moule Evans, CB, Unemployed Supernumerary List, Indian Army Veterinary Colonel Francis Duck, CB, late Director-General, Army Veterinary Department Colonel William Hugh Mortimer, CB, late Army Pay Department Major-General Alfred William Lambart Bayly, CB, CSI, DSO, Indian Army Major-General John George Ramsay, CB, Indian Army, Commanding Bangalore Infantry Brigade Lieutenant-General John Eccles Nixon, CB, Indian Army, Commanding 1st

Postural Integration

Postural Integration is a process-oriented body-based therapy developed in the late 1960s by Jack Painter in California, US, after exploration in the fields of humanistic psychology and the human potential movement. The method aims to support self development. During his time as Professor of Philosophy at the University of Miami, Painter became interested in working with the body and explored many different approaches – massage, Zen, the work of Ida Rolf and her Rolfing method, Gestalt therapy developed by Fritz Perls, the theories of Wilhelm Reich in the form of Vegetotherapy. By the seventies he was calling his form of holistic bodymind bodywork'Postural Integration'. In the eighties and nineties Painter went on to develop two further methods, Energetic Integration and Pelvic-Heart Integration. In the course of a twelve-session series modeled loosely on Rolfing Structural Integration, the Postural Integration process integrates Gestalt therapy with bodywork, as well as breath work, fine energy work and elements from the Five Phases system.

The initial seven sessions address specific body areas and focus on releasing defensive armoring habits, characterized as "letting go of the old self". During sessions, spontaneous emotional expression is encouraged. Additional tools include attention to body language and self-awareness. Since Postural Integration works with the physical and emotional aspects of the whole person, it contains elements of both psychotherapy and bodywork, some practitioners qualified in psychotherapy focus more on the therapy aspect while others use it as a form of bodywork with psychotherapy-based awareness and insights. Postural Integration is taught and practised in Europe, in the US, Mexico and South Africa. Postural Integration trainings are organized by the International Council of PsychoCorporal Integration Trainers. In the 1990s Psychotherapeutic Postural Integrational developed in Strasbourg, France out of Postural Integration with the inclusion of Jungian psychology and Gestalt therapy, the institute accredited by the European Association for Body Psychotherapy as qualifying their students in this method as ECP practitioners of psychotherapy.

Alternative medicine Posture Somatic psychology The International Council of PsychoCorporal Integration Trainers