Ejea de los Caballeros. It is one of the five main towns in the Comarca de las Cinco Villas; the five villages are Ejea de los Caballeros itself, Sos del Rey Católico, Uncastillo, Sádaba and Tauste. They became part of the medieval Kingdom of Aragon in 1105 during the Spanish Reconquista, as Muslim rule in the region was falling back; the town retains many medieval buildings, including: the Romanesque church of Santa María de la Corona. It was renewed in 1649-1650. Church of San Salvador, it has a 16th-century portal with Romanesque sculptures Church of our Lady the Virgin of the Olive, renovated in 1765 over a pre-existing medieval building The municipality of Ejea de los Caballeros comprises nine different centres of population: Ejea de los Caballeros Bardenas El Bayo El Sabinar Farasdués Pinsoro Rivas Santa Anastasia ValareñaRivas and Farasdués are two historic villages that have been dependencies of Ejea for decades. The other six centres were built in the nineteen fifties and sixties in order to settle inhabitants and farmers to grow irrigation crops because of the building of Yesa reservoir and Bardenas irrigation channel that brought water to this villages, among others.
The main local fiesta honours the Virgin of the local saint. In June, it is celebrated the patron saint, Saint John the Baptist, in a medieval way. Another local festival commemorates The Vote Day, an event during the Black Plague, when the townsfolk voted for the bringing of the Virgin of the Olive across the town to worship her; the plague is purported to have ended that day in Ejea de los Caballeros. Alberto Zapater, footballer Marmande, France Portogruaro, Italy
Marianne Maderna is an Austrian installation artist. Maderna's mother, was a publisher's reader, her father the young people's writer Karl Bruckner. Maderna attended the Graphic Training and Research Institute in Vienna from 1959 to 1964 emigrated to the US, she returned to Austria in the same year and graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna in 1969. In 1991 she was awarded the Honorary Prize of Lower Austria, in 1996 the City of Vienna Prize for Visual Art. Maderna lives in Aggsbach in Lower Austria. In 2014 she participated in the foundation of the MMMuseum in the Aggsbach Charterhouse, her works can be found in the Artothek des Bundes im 21er Haus, the Blickle Foundation, the Austrian Museum of the 21st Century, the Albertina Graphic Collection, the MUSA Collection of the City of Vienna, LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz, the State Museum of Lower Austria, the Austrian Sculpture Park in Graz. Marianne Maderna is performer, her work discusses social themes relevant to the human condition, combining sculpture, drawing, endurance performance, improvised music and poetic texts.
Maderna finds new formulations for human behavior patterns and hierarchical systems. In a climbing performance in 2005 she painted a Viennese flak tower from the Second World War with graffiti. In 2013 she presented her world-theater Humanimals at the Dominican Church in Krems; this was large spatial installation with thousands of nocturnally glowing hanging sculptures and a hand-drawn 3D animation as a walk-in video projection. In the same year she walked over the Danube as a female pope in self-constructed aqua shoes. In 2015, on the occasion of the 650th anniversary of the University of Vienna, Marianne Maderna presented 36 busts of famous women in juxtaposition to the 153 permanently installed busts and plaques of male notables. _________________________________________________ 2015 Radical Busts, University of Vienna 2014 Foundation of the MMMuseum in the Aggsbach Charterhouse 2013 Humanimals, Dominican Church / Krems, Lower Austria 2011 Mighties & Frighties & Academy mm, Palais Kabelwerk / Artspace, Vienna 2006 One To, kunsthaus muerz, Mürzzuschlag 2005 One To, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna 2005 Budhines, Christines... installation and graffiti performance, Flakturm Arenbergpark, Vienna 1996 Das erste Haus, Architekturzentrum Wien Museumsquartier, Vienna 1991 Raum und Ausgang, Wiener Secession 1987 Skulpturen im Umraum, Wiener Secession 1984 Skulpturen und Zeichen, Landesmuseum Niederösterreich, Vienna 1982 Marianne Maderna, Wiener Secession Radical Busts, with texts by Maia Damianovic, Sigrid Schmitz, Luce Irigaray.
Poems: Marianne Maderna Humanimals. Zeitkunst Lower Austria, with texts by Eva Badura, Maia Damianovic, Alexandra Schantl, Verlag für moderne Kunst, Nürnberg 2013, ISBN 978-3-86984-445-9 Historysteria, with texts by, Kerstin Braun, Jacques Derrida, Sophie Freud, Elisabeth List, Elisabeth von Samsonow, Vienna, New York et al. 2008, ISBN 978-3-211-75582-2 Raum und Ausgang, with texts by Jacques Derrida, Hildegunt Amanshauser, Ulli Moser, Marianne Maderna, Wiener Secession, Vienna. 1991, ISBN 3-900803-45-5 Raum und Ausgang, with facsimile text, Triton Verlag, Vienna 1997, ISBN 3-191310-69-X Website of Marianne Maderna Marianne Maderna in the databank Gedächtnis des Landes on the history of Lower Austria, Landesmuseum Niederösterreich Literature by and about Marianne Maderna in the German National Library catalogue Zeitkunst Lower Austria: Marianne Maderna. Humanimals Ursula Blickle Video Archiv: Marianne Maderna Videoportrait by CastYourArt, 2013: Künstlerporträt Marianne Maderna Review in Der Standard: "Radical Busts": 33 Frauen im Kreise von 153 Männern Review by orf.at: 33 goldene Frauenbüsten an der Uni Wien Exhibition: Radical Busts by Marianne Maderna: 3.3-26.4.2015 Official website
Neville Alfred Morris Buswell was a British actor, best known for his role as Ray Langton in Coronation Street. Buswell attended Belmont Abbey School near Hereford from 1955–1960, represented the school at rowing and rugby - he was a fast and aggressive open side wing forward - and took part in the thriving amateur dramatics society with leading roles in Gilbert and Sullivan operettas and straight plays such as Patrick Hamilton's Rope, he first appeared on Coronation Street in 1966. He returned in 1968 and remained in the cast for ten years until he chose not to renew his contract rather abruptly in late 1978, he wanted to move to the United States to be with her relatives. In the plot line, Ray was written out just as abruptly, leaving his wife Deirdre and young daughter to live in Amsterdam. For the next 13 years, Buswell worked as a croupier, as a supervisor/manager at a Las Vegas casino and from 1991 as a mortgage broker, he was asked to play a bit role in the one-off special Viva Las Vegas in 1997.
After 26 years away, Neville was written back into Coronation Street in episodes that aired in March 2005, for a six-week run. His character Ray Langton died of cancer in an episode that aired in the UK on 10 April 2005. Ray died at Ken's wedding reception in the Rover's Return. Buswell continued to live in Las Vegas. Neville Buswell on IMDb
Closed space sublimation is a method of producing thin-films, esp. cadmium telluride photovoltaics, though it is used for other materials like antimony triselenide. It is a type of physical vapor deposition where the substrate to be coated and the source material are held close to one another, they are both placed in a vacuum chamber, pumped down. The source and substrate are heated; the source is heated to some fraction of its melting temperature, the substrate some lower temperature e.g. 750 °C and 550 °C, respectively. This causes sublimation of the source, allowing vapors to travel a short distance to the substrate, where they condense, producing a thin film; this short-path diffusion is similar in principle to short-path distillation. Compared to other techniques, it is a relevantly insensitive process, takes as little as 10 min for an entire cycle; this makes it a viable technique for large-scale manufacturing
Georgy Grigorievich Nathanson was a Soviet and Russian theater and cinema director and playwright. Directed by Mosfilm. People's Artist of Russia, winner of the USSR State Prize. Georgy Natanson was born on May 1921 in Kazan, his mother was a singer, his father, Grigory Nathanson, was an economist and was killed in the army in 1941 at Yelnya. Since 1941 to 1943 he worked as an assistant director of the Central United Film Studio in Alma-Ata, evacuated in a film studio Mosfilm the Great Patriotic War. In 1944 he graduated from the VGIK in the studio of Anna Khokhlova. Diploma work - The Storm for the film's story by O. Henry, his career began at the studio Mosfilm in 1941 as an assistant director and the second director of such classics of Russian cinema as Ivan Pyryev, Alexander Dovzhenko, Aleksandr Ptushko, Boris Barnet, Andrey Tarkovsky. In 1956, seeing the spectacle An Unusual Concert, Georgy Natanson as auteur-director puts together with the Sergey Obraztsov satirical film Heavenly Creatures, marked by the Grand Prix at the International Film Festival in Venice.
The following year, appears the film White Acacia based on the eponymous operetta of Isaak Dunayevsky. In 1960, screens out a shot with Anatoly Efros film Noisy Day on the play by Viktor Rozov, Finding Joy. In subsequent years, one after another out films All remains to The Chamber. Screening Older Sister based on the play by Alexander Volodin won universal acceptance; this picture enjoyed the greatest success, in the USSR Tatyana Doronina has been recognized as the best actress, of the year for a decade of Soviet films in Rome and Milan. Next Natanson removes Once Again About Love, prize at the International Film Festival in Cartagena, The Ambassador of the Soviet Union, For all responsible, Re-Wedding, They were the actors, Elena Obraztsova Sings and Valentina the play by Mikhail Roshchin, Aelita, do not bother to men based on the play by Edvard Radzinsky, Frenzied Bus. In the 1970s, he worked as a theater director. Natanson was often invited to participate in the work of the juries of many domestic festivals and creative meetings.
Natanson died in Moscow on 17 December 2017, aged 96. People's Artist of Russia Honored Artist of the RSFSR Order For Merit to the Fatherland 4th class - For outstanding contribution to the development of national cinema and many years of creative work Order of Honour - For many years of fruitful work in the field of culture and art, a great contribution to strengthening friendship and cooperation between peoples Order of the Badge of Honour Medal For Valiant Labour in the Great Patriotic War 1941–1945 USSR State Prize Golden Eagle Award Honorary Diploma of the VIII International Film Festival for Children and Youth Film in Venice Moscow Prize in literature and art Georgy Natanson on IMDb
The Sumatran dhole known as the Sumatran wild dog is a subspecies of dhole native to the Indonesian islands of Sumatra. As of 2005, the origin of the Sumatran dhole is unclear, as it shows a greater relatedness to the Ussuri dhole rather than with dholes in nearby Malaysia. In the absence of further data, it is speculated that the dholes of Indonesia could have been introduced to the Sunda Islands by humans; the Sumatran dhole is the smallest dhole subspecies. It has bright red fur; the Sumatran dhole lacks woolly underfur. Instead, it has a darker coarse and leaner fur, similar to the southernmost populations of Ussuri dholes in India and Indochina; the Sumatran dhole range is fragmented and Indonesian dholes are confirmed to live in multiple protected areas of Sumatra and Java. In 2014, camera trap videos in the tropical forests of the Kerinci Seblat National Park in Sumatra revealed the continued presence of dholes in the area. Dholes are extinct in Singapore. Sumatran dholes live in scrublands, plains, tropical forests and rainforests.
Habitat loss and fragmentation is a major threat to Sumatran dholes living in protected areas in Indonesia those on Sumatra. Habitat loss is driven by several different factors, including logging and rubber plantations, agriculture expansion, rural biomass extraction, livestock grazing and major infrastructure expansion