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Hauts-de-Seine is a department of France located in the region of Île-de-France. It is part of the Grand Paris. With a population of 1,603,268 and a total area of 176 square kilometres, it is the second-most densely populated department of France. Hauts-de-Seine is best known for containing the modern office and shopping complex La Défense, its inhabitants are called Altoséquanais. Hauts-de-Seine and two other small départements, Seine-Saint-Denis and Val-de-Marne, form a ring around Paris, known as the Petite Couronne and are together with the City of Paris included in the Greater Paris since 1 January 2016. Hauts-de-Seine is made up of three departmental arrondissements and 36 communes: Hauts-de-Seine has a general council of which members are called general councillors; the general council is the deliberative organ of the department. The general councilors are elected by the inhabitants of the departement for a 6-years term; the general council is ruled by a president. See Hauts-de-Seine General Council.

The Hauts-de-Seine department was created in 1968, from parts of the former départements of Seine and Seine-et-Oise. Its creation reflected the implementation of a law passed in 1964, Nanterre had been selected as the prefecture for the new department early in 1965. In the 1990s and early 2000s, Hauts-de-Seine received national attention as the result of a corruption scandal concerning the misuse of public funds provided for the department's housing projects. Implicated were former minister and former president of the Hauts-de-Seine General Council, Charles Pasqua, other personalities of the RPR party. Hauts-de-Seine is one of Europe's richest areas, its GDP per capita was € 104,000 according to Eurostat official figures. Hauts-de-Seine was the political base of Nicolas Sarkozy, President of the Republic from 2007 to 2012, he was the Mayor of Neuilly-sur-Seine and President of the Departmental Council of Hauts-de-Seine. He succeeded Charles Pasqua as Departmental Council President. Hauts-de-Seine elected the following members of the National Assembly during the 2017 legislative election: Population development since 1881: Website of the General council Prefecture website

Sergei Bodrov

Sergei Vladimirovich Bodrov is a Russian film director and producer. In 2003 he was the President of the Jury at the 25th Moscow International Film Festival. Bodrov was born in Khabarovsk, Russian SFSR, USSR. In the post-Soviet period he emigrated to the United States, his son, actor Sergei Bodrov, Jr. was killed in an avalanche in the mountains of the North Caucasus on September 20, 2002 while shooting his film, tentatively titled The Messenger. Bodrov's paternal grandmother was an ethnic Buryat, which influenced his decision to make the movie Mongol. Bodrov has an apartment in Los Angeles and a ranch in Arizona, he is married to American film consultant Carolyn Cavallaro. Prisoner of the Mountains Nika Award for Best Picture and Best Director. Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film nomination. Mongol Nika Award for Best Director. Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film nomination; the Quickie 23rd Moscow International Film Festival Golden St. George Freedom Is Paradise Katala White King, Red Queen Prisoner of the Mountains Running Free The Quickie Bear's Kiss Shiza Nomad Mongol A Yakuza's Daughter Never Cries Seventh Son Sergei Bodrov on IMDb Culturebase

Regent University College of Science and Technology

The Regent University College of Science and Technology is located in Accra, Ghana. It was registered in September 2003, received accreditation to operate as a tertiary institution in 2004. In January 2005 it started its lectures with 30 pioneer students at Mataheko. Now, the University operates from its purpose built campus, located at McCarthy Hill, off the Mallam-Kasoa-Winneba Highway, it is recognized as one of technology Universities in Ghana. In the 14th edition of the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities, Regent Ghana, is ranked third best university in Ghana; the University College has four schools - the School of Business. Leadership and Legal Studies, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences: the Faculty of Engineering and Allied Sciences, the School of Research and Graduate Studies; the School of Research and Graduate Studies offers four postgraduate degree programmes - Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Statistics, Master of Divinity, Master of Theology. The MBA programme is jointly offered by Regent University College and the Maastricht School of Management.

The School of Research and Graduate Studies provides oversight to all postgraduate programmes. There is the Language Centre and a newly established Centre for Academic Writing. A number of interdisciplinary programmes cross the boundaries between disciplines; the School of Business and Legal Studies teaches business courses with a strong computing content. The following are the departments under this school and the undergraduate degree programmes they each offer: BSc Accounting and Information Systems BSc Banking and Finance BSc Management with Computing BSc Economics with Computing BBA eCommerce BSc Human Development and Psychology Bachelor of Theology with Management The School of Engineering and Allied Sciences provides ICT-based university education; the following are the departments under the school and the undergraduate degree programmes they offer: BSc Computer Science BSc Information Systems Sciences BEng Applied Electronics & Systems Engineering Telecommunications Engineering Option Computer Engineering Option Instrumentation Engineering Option Accredited postgraduate degree programmes that the university offers are: Master of Business Administration Master of Science in Statistics Master of Divinity Master of Theology M.

Eng in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology The university is affiliated to five other universities. Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology University of Education, Ghana Acadia University, Nova Scotia, Canada Deggendorf University of Applied Sciences, Germany Luleå University of Technology, Sweden Wheelock College, Boston, USA List of universities in Ghana National Accreditation Board Regent University College of Science and Technology Homepage

Oriental Nights

Oriental Nights is a 1960 West German crime film directed by Heinz Paul and starring Marina Petrova, Pero Alexander and Karl Lieffen. Marina Petrova as Maryse Pero Alexander as Korff Karl Lieffen as Pierre Barbara Laage as Arlette Gerti Gordon as Stasi Reinhard Kolldehoff as Jemzeff Eduard Linkers as Tomaides Viktor Afritsch Rolf von Nauckhoff Mario del Marius as Dancer Hanita Hallan as Dancer Iban Sangare as Dancer Erika Nein as Dancer Angela Hartmann Al Hoosmann The Nilsen-Brothers as Singers Joachim Lembach; the standing of the German cinema in Great Britain after 1945. Edwin Mellen Press, 2003. Oriental Nights on IMDb

Dust (Benjy Davis Project album)

Dust is Benjy Davis Project's third studio album. It was released on September 18, 2007. Benjy Davis Project was soon signed to Rock Ridge Music in August 2008, re-released Dust on November 4, 2008; the new release was included three new songs. The song "Sweet Southern Moon" was featured in an advertisement campaign for Louisiana-based Abita Brewing Company. All songs were composed except as noted. 2007 Original Release"The Rain" - 4:21 "I Love You" - 3:38 "Sweet Southern Moon" - 3:59 "Clowns" - 4:21 "Green And Blue" - 4:26 "Good Enough" - 4:27 "Prove You Wrong" - 4:32 "Whose God?" - 3:51 "When I Go Home" - 3:50 "Fine With Me" - 4:16 "Graves" - 2:56 "Over Me" - 3:182008 Re-release"The Rain" - 4:21 "Still Sweet" - 3:34 "Sweet Southern Moon" - 3:59 "Tell Myself" - 4:25 "Green And Blue" - 4:26 "I Love You" - 3:38 "Good Enough" - 4:27 "Same Damn Book" - 3:56 "Whose God?" - 3:51 "Clowns" - 4:21 "When I Go Home" - 3:50 "Graves" - 2:56 "Over Me" - 3:18 Benjy Davis - Acoustic/Electric Guitar, Lead Vocals Mic Capdevielle - Percussion, Drums Brett Bolden - Bass Guitar Michael Galasso - Harmonica, Piano, B3, Background Vocals Jonathan Lawhun - Electric Lead Guitar, Banjo Anthony Rushing - Mandolin, Background Vocals Matt Rusnak - Bass Guitar Maggie Brown - Vocals

Renee Rabinowitz

Renee Ginsberg Rabinowitz is a Belgian-born American-Israeli Holocaust survivor and lawyer. She grew up in New York City, she earned a doctorate in educational psychology at the University of Chicago and a law degree at Notre Dame University. She taught psychology at Indiana University and served as in-house legal counsel at Colorado College. In 2016, Rabinowitz was included in the BBC 100 Women list of most influential women. In 2017, she sued El Al after the airline forced her to move her seat on a Newark–Tel Aviv flight at the request of a Haredi Jewish man who refused to sit beside her due to his religious beliefs. Renee Ginsberg was born in 1934 in Belgium, she is a survivor of the Holocaust. She was raised in New York City as an Orthodox Jew, she attended the University of Chicago where she earned a Master of Arts and doctorate in educational psychology. Her 1969 Master's thesis was titled The perceived locus of control of reinforcements among sixth-grade Negro children, her 1974 dissertation was titled Personal Causation, Role-Taking, Effectiveness with Peers: A Study of Social Competence in Elementary School Children.

She earned a law degree from Notre Dame Law School. Rabinowitz taught psychology at Indiana University, she worked at Colorado College where she served in-house legal counsel. She is a professional volunteer at the Israel Center for the Treatment of Psychotrauma; as of 2016, Rabinowitz is a retired lawyer. In December 2015, Rabinowitz was flying business class on an El Al flight from Newark, New Jersey, US to Tel Aviv, Israel, she was seated next to a Haredi Jewish man, who complained to an onboard flight attendant that he did not want to sit next to a woman because of his religious beliefs. As a result, Rabinowitz had to move seats. After speaking to Anat Hoffman, director of the Israel Religious Action Center, the organization filed a court case on her behalf for unlawful discrimination. IRAC represented Rabinowitz at the trial. In June 2017, Rabinowitz was awarded 6,500 shekels; the trial declared it unlawful for El Al to force women to move seats for religious reasons, in violation of the Prohibition of Discrimination in Products law.

The ruling required El Al to update its policy within six months to comply with Israeli discrimination law. After the verdict, IRAC lawyer Riki Shapira Rosenberg said they expected this to be extended to other airlines. In 2018, the Israel Religious Action Center attempted to run an advertising campaign reminding Israeli women that they were not required to change seats at the request of men; the proposed advertisements were blocked by the authorities. In the same year, NICE Ltd. CEO Barak Eilam criticised El Al. Speaking about the incident, IRAC said that the incident was a violation of Rabinowitz's court decision. Rabinowitz has three children from her first marriage, she was divorced from her first husband in 1986 and married Rabbi Stanley M. Wagner of Denver, Colorado in November 1990, she gained two stepchildren through her marriage to Wagner. Rabinowitz and Wagner made Aliyah to Israel in 2006 but visits the United States; as of 2017, Rabinowitz lives in an assisted-living facility in Jerusalem.

In 2016, Rabinowitz was included in the BBC 100 Women list of most influential women. Rabinowitz, Renee G.. "Internal-External Control Expectancies in Black Children of Differing Socioeconomic Status". Psychological Reports. 42: 1339–1345. Doi:10.2466/pr0.1978.42.3c.1339. Rabinowitz, Renee G.. "Applicability of the Freedom of Information Act's Disclosure Requirements to Intellectual Property". Notre Dame Law Review. 57