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Dore Lavik

Dorotheus Olivarius "Dore" Lavik was a Norwegian actor and theatre director. He worked as an actor at Den Nationale Scene in Bergen from 1895, chaired the theatre Sekondteatret in Kristiania from 1899 to 1901, together with his wife Ludovica Levy. Dore Lavik was born in Hosanger as the son of farmer Johannes Andersson Lavik and Kari Andersdatter Kyte, was a brother of Andreas Lavik and Johannes Lavik, he was married to actress and theatre director Ludovica Levy from 1896 to 1906. From 1904 he lived with actress and teacher Anne Marie Andersen, the wife of Knut Hamsun, he died in Bergen in 1908. Lavik studied philology at the University of Oslo in the 1880s, he initiated his stage career in 1892 as reciter of poems at Den literære Variété at Christiania Tivoli. He spent two years in the United States from 1892 to 1894, working as insurance agent, agent for the newspaper Skandinaven, bricklayer's assistant, he returned to Norway in 1894, was subeditor for the newspaper Social-Demokraten. He made his debut as actor at Den Nationale Scene in Bergen in 1895.

His first appearance was as "the friend" in Gustav Esmann's play Magdalene in September 1895, while his actual stage debut was as "Eilert Løvborg" in Ibsen's play Hedda Gabler the same month. In November he played the character "Laurent" in Zola's Thérèse Raquin, where his wife Ludovica Levy played the title character. Levy had been appointed as actress and instructor at Den Nationale Scene from 1895; the couple married in 1896. In 1899 they moved to Kristiania, where they founded the theatre Sekondteatret, which they run together until 1901, when Sekondteatret had to close after bankruptcy, he was director for various touring theatres, including Det Norske Skuespillerselskab. He died while touring in Western Norway in 1908. Wiers-Jenssen, H.. Den Nationale Scene. De første 25 aar. Bergen: John Griegs Forlag. Næss, Trine. Ludovica Levy. Teaterdronningen på Norges lange kyst. Dahl, Sophus. Teaterminner. Fra Nasjonalturneens dager. Oslo: Dreyer

Out of Time (Heroes)

"Out of Time" is the seventh episode of the second season of the NBC science fiction drama series Heroes. It aired on November 5, 2007; as the episode opens, Takezo Kensei ties Hiro to a board, facing a haze of opium smoke, preventing Hiro from using his powers. Whitebeard had offered Kensei anything he wanted to lead his army, he chose to take Yaeko as his princess. Soon after, while their guards are distracted, Yaeko frees herself and takes the opium away from Hiro; as the guards return, Hiro uses his newfound ability to blow an opium high, teleporting himself and Yaeko's father to safety. In the night, he materializes in White Beard's armory where he plans on destroying the guns, only to find Kensei waiting for him. Though Hiro still has faith in him, Kensei attacks Hiro. In the fight, a lantern is tipped over and the fire spreads to the gunpowder. Realizing they are in mortal danger, Hiro offers his hand to Kensei in order to escape, which Kensei refuses. Left with no choice, Hiro teleports away just before the tent explodes and finds Kensei's helmet in the smoldering ruins from the fire.

When meeting with Yaeko, he cautions that in Kensei's final trial, he has to cut out his own heart to save her life and all of Japan. Hiro realizes he must return to his own time, with a final kiss, he is gone. Meanwhile, Ando sees the charred mask on his desk, turning around to see Hiro smiling at him, their reunion, however, is dampened. In Ukraine, Noah Bennet snaps photos of Isaac Mendez paintings and phones to tell Mohinder Suresh he has them after which he lights them all on fire. Mohinder hangs up the phone with Bennet as alarms blare. Nathan Petrelli and Matt Parkman arrive with details on their encounter with Matt’s father, Maury Parkman, they say Maury is coming to kill Bob next, which causes Bob to begin evacuation procedures at the Company facility. Peter Petrelli and Caitlin, still a year in the future in 2008, wander the streets of New York City, but the streets seem deserted. An armored car speeds toward them and men in hazmat suits grab them, asking if they are sick or infected.

After he and Caitlin are hosed down, Peter asks. The officer in charge of Peter's admission to the quarantine facility shows him a storage room full of body bags through a window with a biohazard symbol in its corner, confirming the painting Isaac had done of him in the pictures Noah Bennet destroyed; the officer reveals that people in the general population are being affected by the Shanti virus and 93% of the world's population are dead while the rest are living in quarantine zones hoping for a cure to be found. He meets his mother, who he does not recognize despite mentions of his brother and the fact that he's the most powerful of all the heroes due to his ability to mimic abilities. Motivated by Angela's demands, he utilizes Parkman's mind reading ability and is able to rebuild some of his lost memories. With flashbacks ensuing in his head, Peter remembers her and they share a tearful embrace. While being escorted through the facility by his mother, Peter sees Caitlin in a deportation line - he attempts to rescue Caitlin, but accidentally time travels back to the building in Montreal, leaving her behind.

Claire Bennet wakes up finding West in her kitchen preparing waffles for breakfast. When Claire's mom leaves the room, she scolds West for stopping by the house, he shows her a newspaper article about the drunk cheerleader claiming she saw a flying boy, Claire tells West they have to be more careful. Claire and West make out on the couch, they get up to go to the kitchen. When West turns around, he sees Mr. Bennet arrive home, he runs outside, where she reveals that it was her father who abducted him. Scared and confused, West believes Claire deliberately flies away. Bob forces Mohinder to bait Maury Parkman. Mohinder worries. Niki offers to "persuade" him to take the virus but Bob tells Matt he has the same abilities as Maury. Matt apologizes to an unconscious Molly Walker, adding that he doesn't have his father's abilities like Bob said; when Matt says, "I love you, Molly," there's a blip on her monitor. Nathan asks Bob about "Adam Monroe," one of the founding members of the Company, he tells Nathan about the early days of the Company, when Adam convinced them they all belonged together to make the world a better place.

Bob says that the "visionary" Adam is the one trying to kill them and he's using Maury as his "blunt weapon", to kill those in the Company. Years before, Adam talked about holocausts and punishing humanity to save the world, thoughts shared by Mr. Linderman, a "disciple" of Adam, they locked Adam up and threw away the key. Bob tells Nathan. In the hall, Mohinder frets to Niki Sanders. Niki says; when Mohinder leaves, she turns around and sees a vision of D. L. Hawkins who tells her she is a killer and by the end of the day, she will kill everyone; when she leaves the hall, Maury Parkman emerges from a door. Mohinder catches Niki talking to D. L., not there. Mohinder tries to help, but she punches him in the face, revealing how Mohinder ends up with his nose brok

McManus Gallery

The McManus: Dundee's Art Gallery and Museum is a Gothic Revival-style building, located in the centre of Dundee, Scotland. The building houses a museum and art gallery with a collection of fine and decorative art as well as a natural history collection, it is protected as a Category A listed building. The concept for the building was commissioned as a memorial to Prince Albert and intended to contain room for lectures, picture gallery and a reference library for students by the British Association for the Advancement of Science, it was agreed. Although the city could not afford such a lavish memorial outright, it did contribute £300. A guaranteed fund of £4,205 15/- from 168 contributors was collected which included a munificent gift from the Baxter family which totalled £420; the building was designed by the architect George Gilbert Scott, an expert for the restoration of mediaeval churches and advocate of the Gothic architectural style. He intended to design a large tower like in his previous work at Hamburg.

The foundations were situated in a small wetland called Quaw Bog at the confluence of the Scourin Burn and Friar Burn, which has since been drained. This meant. However, when construction began in 1865, the ground proved too unstable to support the larger tower that he envisaged; the building was opened as the Albert Institute in 1867. Two further sections, which extended the building by four art galleries and four museum galleries, were added by 1889; the central section was designed to Scott's intention by David MacKenzie, with the Eastern Galleries by William Alexander. The contents of the Watt Institute, founded in 1848, were incorporated into the collection before the opening of the civic museum and art gallery in 1873. Between 1873 and 1949, the buildings were administrated as part of public library service. From 1959, the city corporation took over the running of the administration. Following a refurbishment the building now commemorates the Lord Provost Maurice McManus. Retitled McManus Galleries, after refurbishment in 2010, it is now formally known as The McManus: Dundee's Art Gallery and Museum.

In 1976, cracks were discovered in south-east corner of the building. The subsequent survey found that the building was subsiding. During 1979, remedial measures involved placing load-bearing concrete piles and cross-beams positioned to replace rotted timbers; the building was closed to the public on 24 October 2005 for a £7.8million redevelopment by Page\Park Architects and was reopened to the public on 28 February 2010. Much of the McManus collection, which includes works by Dundee-based artists James McIntosh Patrick and Alberto Morrocco, is located at the former Carnegie Library on Barrack Street; the collection includes three paintings by Thomas Musgrave Joy which celebrate Grace Darling's rescue of passengers on the paddlesteamer Forfarshire. Official site

Aubrey Ankrum

Aubrey Ankrum is an American screenwriter and graphic artist. He is known as one of the creators of the popular Flash cartoon Happy Tree Friends, he worked on several Mondo Media shows and has made graphics for many companies. As an animator, Aubrey worked on many internet shows specially for the company Mondo Media, he was the creator and head writer of the popular internet cartoon The God & Devil Show. There he worked with Rhode Montijo on a short cartoon called Banjo Frenzy; the short became the series Happy Tree Friends which became an internet phenomenon. In the show Aubrey voiced the characters of Flippy; the HTF Third Strike DVD shows that he did the robot voice and what sounds like baby talk. According to writer Warren Graff, Aubrey has left Happy Tree Friends but they sample his voice rather than replacing him for the voices Evil Flippy and Pop, he did the voice of the Croc Hunter, Abe Lincoln and of Kathie Lee Gifford for The God & Devil Show. As a graphic artist and animator he has worked for Microsoft, Disney, Warner Bros.

BBC America and Cartoon Network. Aubrey lives in the Bay Area with his two daughters; as writerSpace Ghost Coast to Coast Happy Tree Friends: Volume 1: First Blood Celebrity Deathmatch Happy Tree Friends, Volume 2: Second Serving Happy Tree Friends, Volume 3: Third Strike Happy Tree Friends: Winter Break Happy Tree Friends: Mole in the City Happy Tree Friends: Overkill Happy Tree Friends: False Alarm Ka-Pow! Happy Tree Friends As voice artistCelebrity Deathmatch "The Iron Giant" Happy Tree Friends: Volume 1: First Blood Happy Tree Friends, Volume 2: Second Serving Happy Tree Friends, Volume 3: Third Strike Happy Tree Friends: Winter Break Happy Tree Friends: Overkill Ka-Pow! Happy Tree Friends As actorEver Since the World Ended As producerHappy Tree Friends, Volume 3: Third Strike Happy Tree Friends: Overkill Happy Tree Friends: Ski Patrol Happy Tree Friends As Graphic artist & hand-drawn animatorThe Lion King Anastasia Mulan The Iron Giant Official website Aubrey Ankrum on IMDb

Committee for Development Policy

The Committee for Development Policy is a subsidiary body of the United Nations Economic and Social Council. The task of the CDP is to provide independent advice to the Council on development policy issues; the Committee is responsible for deciding which countries can be considered least developed countries. The Committee has 24 members, nominated in their personal capacity by the United Nations Secretary-General and appointed by ECOSOC for a period of three years; the Secretariat of the Committee for Development Policy, in the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Economic Analysis and Policy Division, provides substantive and administrative assistance to the Committee. The last three-year term began on 1 January 2019. Members for the period from 2019 to 2021 are: Adriana Abdenur Debapriya Bhattacharya Winnie Byanyima Ha-Joon Chang Diane Elson Marc Fleurbaey Sakiko Fukuda-Parr Kevin Gallagher Arunabha Ghosh Sen Gong Trudi Hartzenberg Rashid Hassan Stephan Klasen Amina Mama Mariana Mazzucato Leticia Merino Jacqueline Musiitwa Keith Nurse José Antonio Ocampo Meg Taylor Taffere Tesfachew Rolph van der Hoeven Kori Udovicki Natalya Volchkova Committee for Development Policy