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First Lady of Brazil

First Lady of Brazil is a title that receives the hostess of Alvorada Palace. The position is traditionally filled by the wife of the current president of Brazil, but on a special occasion, the title may apply to women who are not the president's wives when the president is single or widowed, they do not have official functions within the government, but attend public ceremonies and organize social actions such as charity events. In addition, a charismatic first lady can help convey a positive image of her spouses to the population; the role of the first lady has changed considerably. It included involvement in political campaigns, social causes, representation of the president on official and ceremonial occasions. In addition, over the years, first ladies have exerted influence in various sectors, from fashion to public opinion on politics. There were thirty-three wives of presidents; this difference exists because presidents Getúlio Vargas and Ranieri Mazzilli served two non-consecutive terms being counted chronologically twice each.

Another difference comes from President Hermes da Fonseca who, becoming a widower in office, contracted nuptials again. And presidents Rodrigues Alves and Castelo Branco being both widowers, their daughters played such a role. Dilma Rousseff, the first and only female president to date, has been divorced twice, which did not bring with her presidency the figure of the first gentleman. Following the inauguration of Jair Bolsonaro on 1 January 2019, his wife Michelle Bolsonaro became the thirty-seventh Brazilian first lady, succeeding Marcela Temer, wife of former president Michel Temer. Alice Prestes, Julio Prestes's wife, did not become First Lady, as her husband was prevented from taking office, but he must be a former president under the Law. Mariquita Aleixo, Pedro Aleixo's wife, did not become First Lady, as her husband was prevented from taking office, but he must be a former president under the Law. Risoleta Neves, wife of Tancredo Neves, did not become First Lady, as her husband died before taking office, but he must be a former president under the law.

The first ladies occupy a visible position in Brazilian society, playing an evolutionary role over the centuries. Assistance in the country under the command of the Brazilian first lady began in the 1940s, ahead of Darcy Vargas, with the creation of the Brazilian Legion of Assistance. Founded on 28 August 1942 to assist the families of soldiers who participated in World War II, but soon became comprehensive, with emphasis on mothers and families living in poverty. With an feminine style, the LBA was governed in each state by the wives of the governors and by the wives of the mayors. From on, all the first ladies of the country assumed the presidency of honor of the Brazilian Legion of Assistance, but it was under Rosane Collor's management that the LBA plunged into scandals over embezzlement for the first lady's family, which resulted in her leaving the organ in 1991. The Brazilian Legion of Assistance was extinguished on 1 January 1995, under the government of Fernando Henrique Cardoso. Sarah Kubitschek innovated with the Foundation of Social Pioneers.

The organization was created when it was still first lady of Minas Gerais, offering support to children and pregnant women, extending to the poorest families. The Foundation gained independence when her husband assumed the Presidency of the Republic, acquiring larger resources, originating from the Federal Government and some sectors such as: commerce and individuals. Ruth Cardoso assumed the presidency of the Solidarity Community Program, created in 1995 by the government to combat extreme poverty; the program replaced the extinct bodies of the Brazilian Legion of Assistance and the National Food Security Council. In 2000, she created the non-governmental organization Comunitas, in which she acted until her death, having been the forerunner of one of the largest social programs in the country's history, Bolsa Família. Ruth was still noted for her intellectuality, having been the first wife of a president to earn a university degree. Shortly after becoming first lady of Brazil, it was announced that Marcela would be the ambassador for the "Happy Child" program, was launched on 5 October 2016 with the Happy Child Program, with Marcela Temer as ambassador.

Created by the Federal Government for the care of children from 0 to 3 years of age, with the purpose of accompanying visits to families linked to the Bolsa Familia Program, encouraging early childhood development in education, social assistance, human rights and culture. Michelle Bolsonaro is committed to advocating for visibility of rare diseases, digital inclusion, awareness of autism, inclusion of pounds in schools and other social projects. Among the first thirty-seven ladies, some draw attention for elegance. Sarah Kubitschek is considered to this day from eligibility, for fashion dictated at a time when the country is on the rise in the fashion market. Classic in style and discreet, pieces by various designers, including Zuzu Angel, Dener Pamplona, Guilherme Guimarães and Mena Fiala, responsible for all of Sarah's wardrobe and the dress in which she owns the division of ownership husband. Considered by People Magazine the most beautiful first lady in the country and one of the 10 most beautiful in the world, Maria Thereza Goulart became an icon of Brazilian fashion in the early 60s, opting for the nascent Brazilian haute couture, becoming a client.

From designer Dener Pamplona de Abreu, responsible for his wardrobe. Glamorous, it attracted the interest of the newspapers and the imagination of Brazilians who were inspired by their most beautiful pieces of clo

Thomas Belsham

Thomas Belsham was an English Unitarian minister Belsham was born in Bedford and was the elder brother of William Belsham, the English political writer and historian. He was educated at the dissenting academy at Daventry, where for seven years he acted as assistant tutor. After three years spent in a charge at Worcester, he returned as head of Daventry Academy, a post which he continued to hold till 1789, having adopted Unitarian principles, he resigned. With Joseph Priestley for colleague, he superintended during its brief existence the New College at Hackney, was, on Priestley's departure in 1794 called to the charge of the Gravel Pit congregation. In 1805, he accepted a call to the Essex Street Chapel, headquarters and offices of the Unitarian Church under John Disney, there succeeding as minister Theophilus Lindsey who had retired and died three years in 1808. Belsham remained at Essex Street, in failing health, until his death in Hampstead, on 11 November 1829, he was buried in the same tomb as Theophilus Lindsey.

His joint executors were his father. Belsham's beliefs reflect that transition that the Unitarian movement was going through during his lifetime from the early Bible-fundamentalist views of earlier English Unitarians like Henry Hedworth and John Biddle, to the more Bible-critical positions of Priestley's generation. Belsham adopted critical ideas on the Pentateuch by 1807, the Gospels by 1819, Genesis by 1821. Following Priestley, Belsham was to dismiss the virgin birth as "no more entitled to credit, than the fables of the Koran, or the reveries of Swedenborg." Belsham's first work of importance, Review of Mr Wilberforces Treatise entitled Practical View, was written after his conversion to Unitarianism. His most popular work was the Evidences of Christianity, he was the author of a work on philosophy, Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind, based on Hartley's psychology. In 1812 Belsham published the Memoirs of the Late Reverend Theophilus Lindsey, M. A. his predecessor at Essex Street.

This included a chapter titled "American Unitarianism" arguing that many American clergy entertained Unitarian views. The Calvinist minister Jedidiah Morse published the chapter separately, as part of his campaign against New England's liberal ministers—contributing to "the Unitarian Controversy" that produced permanent schism among New England's Congregationalist churches, his main Christological work was A Calm Inquiry into the Scripture Doctrine concerning the Person of Christ. Belsham was one of the most vigorous and able writers of his church, the Quarterly Review and Gentlemans Magazine of the early years of the 19th century abound in evidences that his abilities were recognized by his opponents; the New Testament, An improved version upon the basis of Archbishop Newcome's new translation with a corrected text and notes critical and explanatory. London: Richard Taylor & Co. 1808. Boston 1809. Humphreys, Jennett. "Belsham, Thomas". In Stephen, Leslie. Dictionary of National Biography. 4. London: Smith, Elder & Co. pp. 202–203.

Webb, R. K.. "Miracles in English Unitarian Thought Essay,". In Micale, Mark S.. Enlightenment, modernity: historical essays in European thought and culture. Attribution This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed.. "Belsham, Thomas". Encyclopædia Britannica. 3. Cambridge University Press. P. 711

Enemies & Allies

Enemies & Allies is a 2009 novel by American science fiction author Kevin J. Anderson; the book is set in the 1950s, in the midst of the Cold War, follows Superman and Batman. Though suspicious of each other, they confront Lex Luthor who stages an international nuclear conflict and spreads fear of an alien invasion so that he can sell advanced weapons to governments. Themes used in the novel, reflective of the 1950s era, include alien invasion films, nuclear threats, Cold War paranoia. Anderson has written supporting novels in the past in established franchises, such as Star Wars and Dune, he had written about Superman in the 2007 novel The Last Days of Krypton. Enemies & Allies was published in May 2009 and met with mixed reviews which noted flat characterization but that it may be entertaining for comic book fans; the novel Enemies & Allies uses the DC Comics characters Superman. It was written by science fiction author Kevin J. Anderson who, at the time of publication, was 47 years old and living in Colorado.

He had been writing novels for the past 20 years and had 15 years' experience writing tie-in novels to existing franchises, such as The X-Files and Star Wars. He was best known for his prequel novels in the Dune franchise with co-author Brian Herbert, his latest novels in the Dune series were Paul of Dune, published in September 2008, The Winds of Dune, which would be released in August 2009, only several months after releasing Enemies & Allies. He gained experience writing in the comic book format by authoring the 2004–05 six issue miniseries, JSA: Strange Adventures featuring the Justice Society of America, he had written a novel about the origins of Superman, The Last Days of Krypton published in 2007. Our story takes place in the late 1950s. Gotham is a crime-ridden city with corrupt cops, but the crime rate has been hit hard by the vigilante actions of The Batman. Metropolis is the far opposite of Gotham. A hero that, when interviewed by Daily Planet reporter Lois Lane, revealed he was an alien from Krypton.

But to their surprise, no one, not businessmen Lex Luthor and Bruce Wayne, believed that statement. Though someone like Wayne cannot explain how Superman can do what he does. After fleeing another trap from the police. In Siberia, Luthor meets with his partner, General Ceridov, who reveals his slaves working day and night at the Gulag in search for strange and deadly green rocks. After showing him the violent Mutants that someone can become after long term exposure to the rocks, Luthor asks to have one for his journey home. Editor Perry White gives Lois and Clark the assignment of completing this month's "love advice" column, though Clark has troubles because he doesn't know how to help people by offering honest advice. Lois wants to investigate the possible illegal activates LuthorCorp have been performing, but needs concrete facts first. After Bruce finds out his father and Alfred Pennyworth's friend, resigned from Wayne Enterprises because of the board of directors' corruption. Lois meets with LuthorCorp ex-employee, Blanche Rosen, who reveals her and many others were hired to construct a reactor in the Caribbean, but the site was dangerous, leaving many sick and left to die.

This leads to Lois sneaking inside LuthorCorp, reaching the assembly line and the secret maps, all of which prove Rosen's sayings. Clark sees Earth vs the Flying Saucers with Jimmy, a movie that seems to answer why no one believes Superman to be an alien, as well as makes Clark wonder about other existing aliens, his question seems to get answered. Superman flies to intercept along with seven F-100D Super Sabres, but a LuthorCorp aircraft fires a pulse beacon to disable the planes, disappears with the UFO. Batman heads to Luthor's mansion in Metropolis, finds further evidence of Luthor's corrupted connections toward Wayne Enterprises. While discovering memos of Luthor being denied "his property" from Area 51. Seeking poetic justice for the theft against him, Batman steals the green rock, which sets off alarms and his security, to Batman's presence. Superman flies to Luthor's mansion to get answers regarding the UFO when he hears the alarms and sees Batman escaping. Knowing who he is, Superman carries him away en route to the authorities.

While the two argue over the other being a creation or pawn of Luthor's, Batman removes his cape to escape, only for Superman to find him moments later. Wanting to know what he stole, Batman shows him the green rock, only for Superman to collapse in pain for the first time in his life. Batman uses this time to escape; the next morning, Clark decides to investigate the UFO, is assigned to go to Vegas to cover a crash in Arizona with Jimmy. At the same time, Luthor holds a press conference revealing he'd been robbed by Superman and Batman, much to the shock of the press. Lois goes to meet with Rosen again, only to discover. Bruce Wayne meets with his board members unannounced to reveal that he will now take over his family's business away from them, reveals to the fearful board their dealings with LuthorCorp. Forbidding them to resign with the findings sent to Captain James Gordon, he tells them he won't pr

Parasoft DTP

Parasoft DTP is a development testing solution from Parasoft that acts as a centralized hub for managing software quality and application security. DTP provides a wide range of traditional software reports from normal software development activities such as coding and testing, is able to aggregate data from across all software testing practices to present a comprehensive view of the state of the codebase. DTP provides software testing analytics via an internal intelligence engine. Analytics are a way to provide actionable information and insights, beyond the list and graphs found in normal software development reports and dashboards. DTP comes with built-in algorithms that perform various analytics that are needed by software development managers, such as aggregated code coverage, a way of collecting coverage data from multiple test runs as well as different types of testing activities like manual testing and unit testing, change-based testing, a form of impact analysis that helps understand which tests need to be run in order to validate changes, as well as which tests can safely be skipped.

DTP's web-based UI provides interactive reports and dashboards including a flexible, user-configurable reporting system with full open published APIs to put data in from any software development or testing tool. The Process Intelligence Engine in DTP provides analytic capabilities and is open for developers and managers to customize to their individual needs as well as extend with new algorithms and analytics; the reports in DTP give developers and QA team members the ability to monitor and track how the software is being implemented across multiple builds and aggregated across all software testing practices. Parasoft DTP was known as Parasoft Concerto and integrates with third-party tools such as HP Quality Center, IBM Rational RequisitePro, Concurrent Versions System and other development infrastructure components, it was introduced in 2009. In 2012 DTP won the "Best of Show" Embeddy award from VDC Research. DTP can be used with: Agile software development Extreme Programming Hybrid methodologies ScrumIt includes pre-configured templates for: American National Standards Institute 62304 for Medical Device Software development DO-178B IEC 61508 & Safety Integrity Level U.

S. Food and Drug Administration General Principles of Software Validation ISO 26262 & ASIL Joint Strike Fighter Program Safety-critical Software Development Motor Industry Research Association Safety Integrity LevelThe templates combine automated testing with the process recommendations and requirements outlined in common guidelines. Parasoft DTP Advanced Analytics and Reporting home page

News Deeply

News Deeply is an online journalism and technology company, based in New York City, specializing in single-issue news websites and building online databases of stakeholders. Its flagship site, Syria Deeply, was founded by Lara Setrakian and Azeo Fables in 2012 to cover the Syrian Civil War. On May 15, 2018, News Deeply merged Syria Deeply into the broader Peacebuilding Deeply. Since 2012, the company built and operated seven other sites with similar single-issue formats: Malnutrition Deeply, Oceans Deeply, Refugees Deeply, Water Deeply, Women's Advancement Deeply, Arctic Deeply and Ebola Deeply. News Deeply has ceased publishing content on any of its sites. Ebola Deeply stopped publishing soon after New Guinea was declared free of ebola in December, 2015. In 2018, three other News Deeply sites stopped publishing: Oceans Deeply, Malnutrition Deeply and Peacebuilding Deeply. Since all of News Deeply's sites have "paused regular publication"; the last article posted to any News Deeply site was to Refugees Deeply on April 1st, 2019.

News Deeply started with Syria Deeply, a project stemming from the shortcomings founder Lara Setrakian perceived in news coverage of the Syrian Civil War. She had been reporting on the region for major news outlets ABC News and Bloomberg News but wanted a centralized platform that engaged in journalism only on that subject, one which emphasized design and user experience; when Syria Deeply launched, the only contributors who were paid were those based in Syria whose safety was under threat. News Deeply is a benefit corporation based in New York City, although its reporters and other staff are located around the world, its funding comes from multiple sources: grant funding from foundations, live event sales, content syndication, sponsorships like that of the World Policy Institute, it has received $2.5 million in venture capital. Setrakian has expressed her intention to continue pursuing new "Deeply" projects, told Fast Company some potential topics include Pakistan, Congo and human trafficking, all of which are important but underrepresented or poorly covered by mainstream news outlets.

However, in September, 2018 Fast Company reported that News Deeply was closing multiple sites, including Oceans Deeply, Malnutrition Deeply, Peacebuilding Deeply. Since News Deeply site has "paused publication" on all of its news sites. Syria Deeply was the first News Deeply site. Journalist Lara Setrakian had been covering the Syrian conflict for major news organizations and set out to create the site as a more consistent and centralized source of news on the subject. Setrakian had grown frustrated with the way a news consumer had to try to bring together small pieces of information from multiple sources, had the idea for a more focused resource; the site took form following a meeting with crowdsourcing and citizen journalism company Ushahidi, where she expressed her wish: we could build a proper landing page for the Syria story, modular, that had a Ushahidi map, that has a great Twitter box, that had some original content." According to Setrakian, design is a important part of the project: "this is the age of the UX designer.

News has a big data problem -- there is so much content from so many places. Organizing information has become a major challenge and an opportunity to leap ahead with innovative news design." The layout of the home page forgoes traditional navigation tools and the hierarchical structure of topics and sub-topics used on news websites, presenting content in a flatter style of presentation. As of 2012, 25% of the site's content was original text, audio, or video news, while 75% is static or automated content. Parts of the site functioned as journalism communities, providing means for reporters to collaborate and share information about developments. In 2013 it won a National Press Foundation award for 2013 Excellence in Online Journalism. Mashable called it "one of the go-to resources for information and context on the growing conflict". Arctic Deeply was an English-language web portal for news about climate change launched in 2015, it was intended to be the second News Deeply site, following the success of Syria Deeply, but was preempted by Ebola Deeply after the Ebola outbreak, Water Deeply, due to the 2012–15 North American drought.

It included a mix of original news, static content, aggregated stories. According to managing editor Hannah Hoag, the site was less about breaking news and "more about the connections between issues that have been treated on their own."Its operations were based in Canada, it formed partnerships with the Canadian think tank the Centre for International Governance Innovation and OpenCanada, an international affairs publication. It was sponsored by the New York-based World Policy Institute. For distribution, it formed partnerships with the Associated Press. Refugees Deeply focused on forced migration issues worldwide; the Managing Editor was Chralotte Alfred, Senior Editors, Daniel Howden and Preethi Nallu. Oceans Deeply focused on Ocean health worldwide, it was managed by Executive Environment Editor Todd Woody, a veteran environmental journalist, editorial director for environment at TakePart, a digital magazine owned by Participant Media. The Managing Editor was Jessica Leber. Water Deeply was dedicated to covering the water crises in the American West.

Tara Lohan was the Managing Editor. Women's Economic Advancement covered the issues that impact female populations in the developing world; the Managing Editor was Megan Clement. News Deeply Arctic Deeply Ebola Deeply Oceans Deeply Refugees Deeply Syria Deeply Water Deeply Women and Girls Women's Advancement Deeply Malnutrition Deeply


Bilimora is a city situated on the banks of the river Ambika, in Gandevi taluka and Navsari district of Gujarat state in India. The city comes under the purview of the Surat Metropolitan Region; the city is 70 kilometres south of the city of Surat and is the southernmost point of the Surat Metropolitan Region and the Metropolis of Surat. It is linked to Surat by SH 6 and SH 88. In the late 18th century, the Baroda State established a naval station at Bilimora, a port about 40 miles south of Surat, known as Bunder Bilimora Suba Armor. A fleet of 50 vessels was stationed here sailboats, cargo vessels for trading and military vessels to secure the sea from the Portuguese, the Dutch and the French. Bilimora is located at 20.75°N 72.95°E / 20.75. It has an average elevation of 4 metres. Bilimora is the second largest city in the Navsari district after Navsari city; the city is supposed to have been surrounded by three rivers: Ambica from the north, Kaveri River from the south, Karera River passes close by.

Most of the population is of Gujarati and other North Indian states that of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. There were a lot of Parsi in the town. A large number of the Sikh community which were stationed there as part of a refugee camp during partition remain in Bilimora. Although Bilimora is situated in the state of Gujarat, it has a lot of cultural influence from Mumbai, around 220 km away, it takes 3 hours by 4 hours by road to reach Mumbai from Bilimora. Bilimora is well connected through rail and sea, it takes 3 to 4 hours by road from Mumbai. The closest domestic airport is at Surat and the nearest international airport is at Mumbai. Bilimora is the only rail junction in the Mumbai division line of the Western Railway, from which a narrow gauge line separates from the broad line to arrive at Waghai in the Dang District, it is said to be that this narrow gauge line is to be converted into broad gauge and will be extended up to Manmad. Bilimora will be well connected through Maharashtra; the town of Chikhli is about 10 km to the east, on National Highway 8.

It is directly connected to Saputara - a hill station in Gujarat - by bus. The buses come from Bilimora and from Surat to Nasik or Pune via Bilimora - Saputara; the town is about 25 km north of the city of Valsad and about 25 km south of the district headquarters Navsari. Bilimora has all major banks, including:Dena Bank, Bank Of Baroda, Federal Bank, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, IDBI Bank, IOB, Punjab National Bank, State Bank Of India and the Union Bank of India. There is one People Bank in Bilimora's name as Gandevi People's Bank. ATM's from these major banks are available in Bilimora. Bilimora is a small city with lot of temples, such as Shri Jalaram Mandir, Shri Gayatri Mandir, Shri Dwarkadhish Mandir, Swaminarayan Mandir, Ganga Mata Temple, Shri Ramji Mandir, Somnath Mahadev Mandir and a Sikh Gurudwara on Gandevi Road; the new inclusion is Sai Mandir on Somnath Road. Saputara and Dang District Tourism: Saputara, the only hill station in Gujarat, is around 110 km away from Bilimora. One can visit Waghai, Gira Falls in Dang District, India via a one day road trip from Bilimora.

Unai Hot Springs is another popular place. Many local people believe in the Legend of Sri Ram, linked to the hot springs. Unai is about 40 km from Bilimora; the nearest railway station is Waghai. The narrow gauge rail link connecting Ahwa to Bilimora runs through the park. Other Temples near Bilimora: Jayantibhai L Mistry -Udyog Ratan, Former Chairman and Managing Director of LMP Precesion and Engineering Ltd an enterprise inaugurated by India's first Prime Miniater Jawahar Lal Nehru Mehboob Khan - Pioneer Producer-Director of Hindi Cinema A. M. Naik - Group Executive Chairman of Larsen & Toubro Shailesh Nayak - Former Chairman of ISRO India Vikram B Naik - Shipping Bilimora Kelavni Mandal includes: A V PATEL Commerce College. V S PATEL Arts & Science College; these colleges are built on 25 acres of land donated by late Mr. Noshir Manchershah Bilimoria as per the wishes of his late father Mr. Manchershah Burjorji Bilimoria who had in his lifetime built and donated the Mengusi Sarvanajik Hospital.

Shree Shreeji English Medium School Bright Star International School B. S. Patel School J. J. Mehta Sarvajanik High School K. B. Patel School LMP Reva Experimental High School MCZ Shah Higher Secondary School St. Joseph E. T. High School Tata High School Kundanba nmp Higher Secondary School Multi Talent Academy Vaniyamill high school Antalya Aspee kanya vidhyalay girls school Antaliya Wood paper prathmik shala Antaliya New Atrik Hospital, Navjivan Colony Arpan Hospital, Nursery Road Snehal Hospital, Navjivan Colony Panchal Orthopedic Hospital, Tower Rd, Maruti Nagar Society Littlestar Children Hospital, Sankalp Society Vidya Nursing Home, Maruti Nagar Society Adarsh Hospital, Somnath Road Gupta hospital, Near Railway Station