Fernando Cicero, better known as Nando Cicero, was an Italian film director and actor. Born in Asmara, Cicero debuted as an actor, working with directors such as Luchino Visconti, Roberto Rossellini, Francesco Rosi and Alberto Lattuada, he starred in eleven films between 1962, always in supporting roles. After his directorial debut with Lo scippo he directed three Spaghetti Western films. From 1970 he focused on comedy genre, directing some parody films starred by Franco Franchi and Ciccio Ingrassia. Starting with The School Teacher Cicero established himself as one of the most important and successful directors of the commedia sexy all'italiana film genre. Following the decline of the genre, he retired in 1983. Nando Cicero on IMDb
Cícero Santos known as Cícero, is a Brazilian professional footballer for Botafogo as a central or attacking midfielder. During his time at Fluminense, Cícero proved himself to be a versatile player, he featured as a defensive midfielder, a wide player and a striker. Cícero featured in Fluminense's Copa Libertadores Campaign of 2008, scoring vital goals in the group stages, including a beautiful free kick in the 6–0 demolition of Arsenal de Sarandí at the Maracaña in Rio de Janeiro. Cícero was the only Flu player to convert his penalty kick during the shoot out in the final defeat against LDU Quito of Ecuador. Cicero made his Bundesliga debut for Hertha on 17 August 2008 against Eintracht Frankfurt, he established himself as a regular. After one and half year playing for São Paulo, on 1 January 2013, Brazilian press confirmed that Cícero would break his contract with the club for 2013 season. On 8 January 2013 Cícero signed a two-year deal with Santos. Cícero finished the 2013 Campeonato Paulista as the club's second topscorer, only behind Neymar.
In July 2014, Cícero re-joined Fluminense for his third spell at the club. In December 2016, Cícero has returned to São Paulo. After Cícero scored a hat-trick against PSTC, in a 4-2 winning match valid for 2017 Copa do Brasil, coach Rogério Ceni praised him as a key player of squad. According to Ceni: "He is a 32 year-old player, that adds experience, with a good head game and a good finalization from out of area." After the sacking of São Paulo manager Rogerio Ceni, Cícero received less playtime leading to a mutual contract termination. He soon after signed with Grêmio. In February 2019 the midfielder struck his transfer to Rio de Janeiro. FigueirenseSanta Catarina State League: 2006FluminenseBrazilian Cup: 2007 Primeira Liga: 2016São PauloCopa Sudamericana: 2012GrêmioCopa Libertadores: 2017 Recopa Sudamericana: 2018 Guardian Stats Centre at the Wayback Machine
Cícero Casimiro Sanches Semedo, known as Cícero, is a Guinea-Bissauan professional footballer who plays as a forward. A product of S. C. Braga's youth system, Cícero was in born in Seia, Portugal, he was promoted to the first team for the 2004–05 campaign, making his official debut with the main squad in a 2–2 away draw against Académica de Coimbra on 30 August 2004. D. Estoril Praia. In January 2005, Cícero moved to Russia for FC Dynamo Moscow as many Portuguese players during that period, returning to Portugal in the 2009 January transfer window and joining Braga rivals Vitória de Guimarães. In the summer, he signed with second level club U. D. Oliveirense in a season-long loan. On 25 June 2013, Cícero joined FC Astana in the Kazakhstan Premier League on a year-long move, he subsequently returned to Paços de Ferreira. Cícero represented Portugal at youth level, he earned his first senior cap for Guinea-Bissau on 9 October 2010, playing the full 90 minutes in a 0–1 away loss against Angola for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
As of 27 March 2016 Cícero Semedo at ForaDeJogo Portugal national team data Cícero Semedo at National-Football-Teams.com Cícero Semedo at Soccerway
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is an action role-playing video game developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. It is the fifth main installment in The Elder Scrolls series, following The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, was released worldwide for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 on November 11, 2011; the game's main story revolves around the player character's quest to defeat Alduin the World-Eater, a dragon, prophesied to destroy the world. The game is set 200 years after the events of Oblivion and takes place in Skyrim, the northernmost province of Tamriel. Over the course of the game, the player completes quests and develops the character by improving skills; the game continues the open-world tradition of its predecessors by allowing the player to travel anywhere in the game world at any time, to ignore or postpone the main storyline indefinitely. Skyrim was developed using the Creation Engine, rebuilt for the game; the team opted for a unique and more diverse open world than Oblivion's Imperial Province of Cyrodiil, which game director and executive producer Todd Howard considered less interesting by comparison.
The game was released to critical acclaim, with reviewers mentioning the character advancement and setting, is considered to be one of the greatest video games of all time. Nonetheless it received some criticism, predominantly for its melee combat and numerous technical issues present at launch; the game shipped over seven million copies to retailers within the first week of its release, over 30 million copies on all platforms as of November 2016, making it one of the highest selling video games in history. Three downloadable content add-ons were released—Dawnguard and Dragonborn—which were repackaged into The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Legendary Edition and released in June 2013; the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Special Edition is a remastered version of the game released for Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 in October 2016. It includes all three DLC expansions and a graphical upgrade, along with additional features such as modding capabilities on consoles. Versions were released in November 2017 for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation VR, a stand-alone virtual reality version for Windows was released in April 2018.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is an action role-playing game, playable from either a first or third-person perspective. The player may roam over the land of Skyrim, an open world environment consisting of wilderness expanses, cities, towns and villages. Players may navigate the game world more by riding horses or by utilizing a fast-travel system which allows them to warp to discovered locations; the game's main quest can be completed or ignored at the player's preference after the first stage of the quest is finished. However, some quests rely on the main storyline being at least completed. Non-player characters populate the world and can be interacted with in a number of ways: the player may engage them in conversation, marry an eligible NPC, kill them or engage in a nonlethal "brawl"; as in previous The Elder Scrolls games, killing certain NPCs can make some quests or items unobtainable. Some NPCs cannot be killed due to their importance in storylines. If witnessed, crimes like murder and theft accrue the player a bounty, tracked independently in each of Skyrim's nine holds.
Should the player be stopped by a guard, they may wipe their bounty with gold or jail time or may resist arrest which will trigger an aggressive pursuit. NPCs may offer the player additional side-quests and some side-quests have parameters adjusted based on nearby dungeons which the player has yet to explore; some NPCs who are befriended or hired by the player may act as companions who will accompany the player and aid them in combat. The player may choose to join factions which are organized groups of NPCs — for example, the Dark Brotherhood, a band of assassins; each of the factions has an associated quest path to progress through. Each city and town in the game world has jobs. Players have the option to develop their character. At the beginning of the game, players create their character by selecting their sex and choosing between one of several races including humans, orcs and anthropomorphic cat or lizard-like creatures and customizing their character's appearance. Over the course of the game, players improve their character's skills which are numerical representations of their ability in certain areas.
There are eighteen skills divided evenly among the three schools of combat and stealth. When players have trained skills enough to meet the required experience, their character levels up; each time their character levels, the players may choose to select a skill-specific ability called a perk or store perk points for use. Earlier entries in The Elder Scrolls series used a character class system to determine which skills would contribute to the character's leveling but Skyrim allows players to discover preferred skills as they play the game and it rewards them with more experience when a used skill is leveled. A head-up display appears. Attributes regenerate over time, although this process can be accelerated by using potions or regenerative spells. Health is depleted when the player takes damage and the loss of all health results in death. Magicka is depleted by the use of spells, certain poisons and by being struck by lightning-based attacks. Stamina determines the player's effectiveness in combat and is depleted by sprinting, performing heavy "power attacks" and being struck by frost-based attack
Cicero station (CTA Green Line)
Cicero is a station on the Chicago Transit Authority's'L' system, serving the Green Line. It opened on March 3, 1894, serves the Austin neighborhood on Chicago's West side; until 1948, the next station towards the Chicago Loop was Kostner. The station is 2 blocks north of Harlem. CTA 54 Cicero Pace 392 Green Line Cicero CTA/UPS Hodgkins Cicero Station Page Cicero Avenue entrance from Google Maps Street View Kilpatrick Avenue closed entrance from Google Maps Street View
Cícero Romão Batista, known as Padre Cícero, was a Brazilian Roman Catholic priest who became a spiritual leader to the people of Northeastern Brazil. In the course of his ministry, he was accused of heresy by Church officials becoming suspended but not formally excommunicated. Batista has been declared a saint by the Brazilian Catholic Apostolic Church, he was listed in the Top 100 Greatest Brazilians of All Time in July 2012. Reconciliation with the Roman Catholic Church happened in December 2015. Batista was born in the Municipality of Crato, Ceará, in 1844, the son of Joaquim Romão Batista and Joaquina Vicência Romana; when he was six years old, he started to study under Rufino de Alcântara Montezuma. In his youth, he took a vow of chastity, made; this was influenced by his reading the life of St. Francis de Sales. In 1860, Batista went to school in Cajazeiras, but because of the untimely death of his father in 1862, he had to return home to his mother and sisters; the death of his father, a small businessman in Crato, brought serious financial difficulties to his family.
Batista was ordained a priest on November 30, 1870. After his ordination he returned to Crato and taught Latin in the Colégio Padre Ibiapina and directed by José Joaquim Teles Marrocos, his cousin and friend. For Christmas of 1871, invited by his teacher Simeão Correia de Macedo, Batista visited for the first time the small community of Juazeiro and celebrated the traditional Missa do galo. Batista, 28 years old, white-skinned, light haired, who had penetrating blue eyes, impressed the locals, and he was impressed by them. So after a few months on 11 April 1872, he was back in Juazeiro with his family and suitcases, to stay there as a permanent resident. Many books state that Batista decided to stay in Juazeiro because of a vision that he had; this supposed dream occurred after a long day of hearing confessions, when he looked for a room to rest in and fell asleep. According to his close friends, he saw Jesus Christ, the twelve apostles sitting at a table, similar to Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper.
The place was full of poor Northeastern Brazilians. Christ, looking to the poor, said that he was upset with humanity, but that he was still willing to do the last sacrifice to save the world. But, if men didn't repent He was going to destroy everything at once. At that moment, he pointed to the poor and, said, "And you, Padre Cícero, take care of them!" In 1889, when Maria de Araujo received Holy Communion from Batista, her mouth started to bleed. While the local people saw this as a miracle, Church authorities suspected other causes; the Holy Office in Rome charged him of mystification. His faculties to celebrate Mass and the sacraments were suspended in 1894, though he continued to celebrate Mass at his church. In 1898, he met with Pope Leo XIII in Rome, he was granted a partial reprieve. Batista started work on the small local chapel, getting different images with the offerings of the faithful. Afterwards, touched by the burning desire to win over the people that God confided into his care, he started intense preaching.
He gave many counsels, made many visits to homes, starting to exercise great leadership in the community. He began to try to change the immoral customs of the people getting rid of excessive drunkenness and prostitution. With harmony restored, the community started to grow. Many people from neighboring communities were attracted by the new large chapel. Batista was involved in the political of his time and was a member of the Conservative Republican Party of Brazil; when Juazeiro was raised to the status of a municipality, he was appointed its first mayor. He governed the city in this capacity for most of the next twenty years. Despite some attempts to relate Batista to communism and, much to Liberation Theology, he was anti-communist. In an interview given in 1931, he stated: "Communism was started by the Devil. Lucifer is his name and the dissemination of his doctrine is the war of the Devil against God. I know communism and I know that it's evil. It's the continuation of the war of the fallen angels against the Creator and His children."
Batista died on July 20, 1934, in Juazeiro do Norte, Brazil, at the age of 90. He was buried in the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Today, a large statue of Padre Cícero stands in Juazeiro do Norte, to which he is considered to be the patron saint of the city. A pilgrimage to this statue takes place in his honour every November, attracting hundreds of thousands of followers. Batista was canonized by an Independent Catholic church, he is not recognized as a saint by the Catholic Church, though Pope Benedict XVI proposed a study on Padre Cícero as a candidate for canonization. On 13 December 2015, as part of the opening ceremonies of the Holy Year proclaimed by Pope Francis, the Bishop of Crato, Fernando Panico, M. S. C. declared the rehabilitation of Batista's status with the Roman Catholic Church. He further declared Cícero to have been a man of extraordinary virtues, formally reconciling him with the Church. Https://web.archive.org/web/20120119054747/http://www.sfiec.org.br/noticias/padrecicero260704.htm http://www.cruzterrasanta.com.br/padre-cicero/#historia https://web.archive.org/web/20120410211033/http://www.padrecicero.org.br/
Cicero station (CTA Pink Line)
Cicero is a station on the Chicago Transit Authority's'L' system, serving the Pink Line. The station was the site of an accident in 1979 in which a train derailed and hit the station, stopping just short of the ticket agent's booth; the station is located in Illinois. CTA 21 Cermak 54 Cicero 54B South Cicero N60 Blue Island/26th Pace 302 Ogden/Stanley 392 Green Line Cicero CTA/UPS Hodgkins Media related to Cicero at Wikimedia Commons Cicero Station Page CTA Cicero Station Page Cicero Avenue entrance from Google Maps Street View 49th Avenue entrance from Google Maps Street View CTA - Train schedule: PinkRidership figures, 2009