Hawkman is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. Created by Gardner Fox and Dennis Neville, the character first appeared in Flash Comics #1. There are two separate origins for Carter Hall: the Post-Hawkworld origin. In the days of ancient Egypt, Prince Khufu is engaged in a feud with his rival, the Egyptian priest Hath-Set; the priest captures both Khufu and his consort Chay-Ara, kills them. Millennia in 1940, Khufu is reincarnated as American archaeologist Carter Hall, Chay-Ara as Shiera Sanders. Hath-Set himself is reincarnated as a scientist named Anton Hastor. Upon finding the ancient knife Hath-Set used to kill him, Hall regains his memories of his past life and recognizes Hastor as the reincarnated evil priest. Using the properties of "Nth metal" to craft a gravity-defying belt, Hall creates wings and a costume confronting Hastor as Hawkman after Anton captured Shiera with a spell that drew her to his lair, he encounters and remembers Shiera during this time.
Following Hastor's defeat, the two begin a romance. Hawkman becomes a charter member of the Justice Society of America, takes the position of permanent chairman, following the Flash and Green Lantern. Shiera, adopts the identity of Hawkgirl and fights beside Hall throughout the 1940s. In 1942, Carter enlists in the U. S. Army Air Force as an Airman and serves as a pilot with the 1st Interceptor Command during World War II. Hawkman is JSA chairman in 1951 when the team is investigated by the "Joint Congressional Un-American Activities Committee" for possible communist sympathies. Congress asks members of the JSA to reveal their identities; the heroes decline, Hawkman and most of the JSA retire for the bulk of the 1950s. The JSA and Hawkman regroup in the early 1960s following the Flash's meeting with his counterpart on the parallel world Earth-1, the JSA being active on Earth-2. Around this time, the Halls, having married, have Hector. Little is known of Hawkman's activities during the 1960s, other than the JSA's annual meeting with Earth-1's Justice League of America.
In the early 1980s, Hawkman is instrumental in denying his son and other JSA children membership in the JSA, leading directly to the formation of Infinity, Inc. Following Crisis on Infinite Earths, some of Hall's history was retconned by DC when the parallel worlds were combined into one, but one piece of retroactive continuity was written before Crisis and fills out early Hall history: All-Star Squadron Annual #3 states that during a JSA battle against Ian Karkull, the villain imbued them with energy which retarded their aging, allowing Hall and many others - as well as their spouses - to remain active into the late 20th century without infirmity. Following the Crisis, the Golden Age and the Silver Age Hawkmen lived on the same Earth, until Carter was cast off into Limbo in the Last Days of the Justice Society one-shot; the Hawkworld miniseries retold the origins of Katar Hol and Shayera Thal from a modern perspective, but following its success, DC launched a Hawkworld regular series, taking place after the miniseries, resulting in a complete reboot of Hawkman's continuity.
Much of Carter Hall's post-Hawkworld history is fleshed out in the pages of Hawkman. These two titles, penned to a great extent by writers David S. Goyer, Geoff Johns, James Dale Robinson, examine Hall's previous lives. According to the post-Hawkworld origin, Prince Khufu lives during the reign of Ramesses II in the 19th dynasty of ancient Egypt. Khufu believes that soul, will not journey on to the land of the afterlife. Rather, his soul and that of his betrothed, Chay-Ara, are fated to remain in the mortal world; as prophesied by the wizard Nabu, a spacecraft lands in Egypt. Prince Khufu and the champion Teth-Adam search the desert coming across the remains of a Thanagarian ship styled with a hawk-like motif. Nabu casts a spell translating the strange language of the female space traveler. Just before dying, she whispers the words, "Nth metal", the name of the substance that powered the downed ship. Teth-Adam lifts the ship back to Khufu's palace, where it is studied inside the Temple of Horus at Erdu.
The remaining Nth metal is examined, its most obvious property proves to be its ability to negate gravity. The remaining sample from the ship is melted and used to create several remarkable devices, including a scarab which allows Khufu to fly, a deadly knife, a battle glove referred to as the Claw of Horus. However, the metal strengthens the souls of Khufu and Chay-Ara, binding them together in their love and imprinting them with the collective knowledge of Thanagar. Although the villainous priest Hath-Set murders the two with the knife of Nth metal, their souls live on in the mortal plane, they are reincarnated over many lifetimes, always finding true love in each other, but cursed to be killed at the hands of a reincarnated Hath-Set. After his death, Khufu's soul is reincarnated countless times in markedly different eras and locations; some of his known reincarnated identities have been depicted in Hawkman and include, but are not limited to: Brian Kent, alive during 5th-century Britain, love of Lady Celia Penbrook.
The Union Village Historic District encompasses the core of a historic 19th-century residential mill village in Manchester, Connecticut. Radiating north and west from the junction of Union Street and North Main Street, the area was developed in the first half of the 19th century has a company town, but evolved into a mixed working-class community in the 20th century, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. The area, now Union Village first saw industrial activity around 1794, when one of Connecticut's first cotton mills was erected on the banks of the Hockanum River in what was part of East Hartford; the mills grew after the Union Manufacturing Company was established in 1819, Manchester was incorporated in 1823. By 1850 the company had built a series of worker residences along Union and North Streets duplexes for its laborers, but higher-quality Greek Revival houses for its managers; the arrival of the railroad in 1849 spurred further growth, made Union Village the economic center of the town.
Further groups of worker housing were built by paper manufacturers. The cotton mills declined due to cotton shortages in the American Civil War, by increased efficiencies of competing larger operations elsewhere, but the paper mills continued the village's economic success, as did the Cheney Brothers silk works to the south, which were made accessible to workers living here by trolley service introduced in the 1880s; the historic district is T-shaped and about 100 acres in size. Its central portion consists of Union and North Streets, running north from North Main Street to Union Pond, with an extension east along Golway Street to include Robertson Park and a cluster of housing in the Edwards Street area, it extends west along North Main Street just beyond Marble Street. There are more than 170 historic buildings, most of which are residences built between the late 18th and early 20th centuries. There are four churches, a library, the 1914 Colonial Revival North District School. National Register of Historic Places listings in Hartford County, Connecticut
This is the list of characters appearing in the anime Jewelpet Kira Deco. Pink Oomiya / Shiny Pink Voiced by: Aki ToyosakiPink Oomiya is the female member of the group KiraDeco 5 and Prof. Decorski's niece, she and the other members were summoned from the Human world in search for the fragments of the Mirror Ball called Deco Stones. She is born in Saitama Prefecture and attends middle school until she is appointed as a member of the group, she is charismatic and yet found of shiny stuff, on which she and Ruby can relate to each other living with her while searching for the Deco Stones. Sometimes hesitant, she has inferiority complex despite being a good decorator, having a troubled childhood involving her wanting to have friends, she rejects having a boyfriend of any kind due to one guy who rejected her friendship proposal. She got over her friendless issue as she is not alone and had her own Jewel of Fate, the Pink Ruby due to overcoming her issues and being friends with Ruby herself, she used the said jewel to transform into her new form.
By the end of the series, she bid farewell to Ruby and returns to the Human World, but giving Ruby the photo she had as a gift. She stay in Ruby's KiraKira Shop while she's in Jewel Land, she goes on the codename Shiny Pink, thought she doesn't have good fighting skills like the rest of the group. But she has expert skills when it comes to decorating things with shiny decors. Retsu Akagi / Burning Red Voiced by: Takuma TerashimaRetsu is the leader of the KiraDeco 5 and the most responsible of the group. Born in the Gunma Prefecture, Retsu is a hot blooded junior high school student, full of courage and confidence, he always thinks in the ultra positive side for the whole group. Thought he is full of courage, he is sometimes dimwitted to the point of confusing his teammates and the Jewelpets, he is popular with the girls due to his burning spirit and personality, causing his little brother to get jealous. But he knows his younger brother's feelings well and admits his faults in the episodes. On the last episodes, his link with Angela gave him his Jewel of Fate, the Red Angelite that allowed him to transform into his new form.
By the end of the series, he and Midori had return to the Human World while using his powers against evil. He lives in a tree house during his stay in Jewel Land, he has exceptional fighting skills involving his fists. He has high resistance over dark magic. Blue Knight Ozaki / Blue Knight Blue Voiced by: Daisuke OnoBlue Knight is a member of the KiraDeco 5 and a charming member of the group. Sometimes called Aokishi, Blue Knight is charming on his looks, which sometimes makes Garnet fall in love with him, he was once from Kobe, being a famous idol singer with many admirers. Thought to his fame, he felt emptiness in his life without real friends until he met the KiraDeco 5 in their mission to protect justice. Along with the others, he is summoned to Jewel Land due to unknown reasons. In his stay in Jewel Land, he became Garnet's personal "sheep" serving as the head butler; however in the last episodes, he was fired by her and told to use his skills to protect every women in the entire world, allowing his Jewel of Fate: Blue Garnet to materialize.
He used it to transform into his new form. By the end of the series, he received an earring speaker as a present from Garnet before going back to the Human World so he can hear the girls seeking help, he has good fighting skills using his legs. Midori Akagi / Smart Green Voiced by: Aya HiranoMidori is the fourth member of the KiraDeco 5 and both the youngest and the smartest member of the group. He's Retsu's younger brother born in Gunma Prefecture, he boastful but hated being treated like a kid when Retsu treats him and wanted to have all the credit as the hero, as opposed to his big brother. He has jealousy issues to him due to him being superior than Midori, he became their student, wanting to study their magic. But this ends up him giving, he become more open to his older brother after admitting his mistakes. In the last episodes, his link with Labra allowed him to receive his Jewel of Fate: the Green Labradorite to transform into his new form. In the end of the series, he and his brother returned to the human world and became a junior high student.
He like his big brother, has good fighting skills. Thought he has problems regarding focus. Kiichi Furano / Slow Life Yellow Voiced by: Yasutaka SonodaKiichi is the last member of the KiraDeco 5 and a big eater. Heavyweight, he lives a slow by peaceful life in Hokkaido until he joins the group. Kiichi is found of food and gluttonous, but he is caring and has a powerful stomach that can digest anything he eats endure Sapphie's bad cooking in some points, he is reliable on cleaning dishes, good at sumo and an expert on Haiku and Sumo. In the last episodes, his desire to protect others allowed his heart to link with Sapphie, creating his Jewel of Fate: the Yellow Sapphire which allowed him to transform to his new form. By the end of the series, he prepare some food for Sapphie before returning to the human wo
Roger Souvereyns is a Belgian Michelin-starred chef and former restaurant owner. He received two Michelin stars in the period from 1985 to 1993 for his cooking skills in Scholteshof. Roger Souvereyns started his career in 1953 as an apprentice, he gained experience in restaurants in Brussels and Paris. Between 1961 and 1979 he opened various shops in the Hasselt area, a caterer shop on the Grote Markt in Hasselt, several restaurants - Salons Van Dijck in Kermt, Sir Anthony Van Dyck in Antwerp, Clou Doré in Liège, he sold them in 1979. In 1983 he opened a restaurant, he was one of the first to offer a farm-to-table concept. After the closure and sale of his restaurant at the beginning of the 2000s, he became the Culinary Director at the Flanders Hotel Holding in 2003. 1990 Der Scholteshof in Flandern 1998 Feine leichte Kräuterküche Rosine de Dijn: Roger Souvereyns im flandrischen Scholteshof. Mit 72 Rezepten Willem Asaert: Roger and I
Austin Stone Worship Austin Stone, are an American contemporary worship music collective from Austin, Texas founded in part by Chris Tomlin. The band started making music in 2002, while they have since released six albums, four of those charted on the Billboard magazine charts. Formed in 2002 in Austin, with Chris Tomlin, being one of their originating members, they now count as their members the following: Aaron Ivey, Chris Collins, Kyle Lent, Matthew Moore, Philip Ellis, Logan Walter, Jimmy McNeal, Daniel Darnell, Marcus Dawes, Brett Land, Jimmie Ingram, Todd Hartmann, Jeremy Andrew, Matt Graham, Jaleesa McCreary, Dietrich Schmidt, James Muturi, Zach Conley, Christian Rudman; the worship collective have released six albums, four of those charted on the Billboard magazine charts. Their albums are the following: Austin Stone Live in 2011, A Day of Glory in 2012, The Reveille Volume 1 in 2013, King of Love in 2013, The Reveille Volume II in 2014, This Glorious Grace in 2015. Current members Aaron Ivey Chris Collins Kyle Lent Matthew Moore Philip Ellis Justin Cofield Jimmy McNeal Daniel Darnell Jarryd Foreman Marcus Dawes Brett Land Matt Graham Jaleesa McCreary Dietrich Schmidt James Muturi Matthew Moore Ryan Robertson Will SorleyFormer members Chris Tomlin Official website
Conceptual history is a branch of historical and cultural studies that deals with the historical semantics of terms. It sees the etymology and the change in meaning of terms as forming a crucial basis for contemporary cultural and linguistic understanding. Conceptual history deals with the evolution of paradigmatic ideas and value systems over time, such as "liberty" or "reform", it argues that social history – indeed all historical reflection – must begin with an understanding of contingent cultural values and practices in their particular contexts over time, not as unchanging ideologies or processes. Interest in conceptual history was given a particular boost in the 20th century through the publication of the Historisches Wörterbuch der Philosophie, the Geschichtliche Grundbegriffe, the journal Archiv für Begriffsgeschichte. Conceptual history is an interdisciplinary methodology. Alongside the philosopher Joachim Ritter, the historians Otto Brunner and Reinhart Koselleck, the sociologist Erich Rothacker are viewed as its pioneers in the German-speaking world and internationally.
Raymond Williams was the leading scholar in the English-speaking world. Today, conceptual history is promoted by the History of Concepts Group and its peer-reviewed journal Contributions to the History of Concepts under the lead of Margrit Pernau, Jan Ifversen, Jani Marjanen. Examples of conceptual histories include a genealogy of the concept of globalization drawing on the approach of Williams written by Paul James and Manfred B. Steger: Although keywords represent a critical mass of the vocabulary of any given era, the history of their meaning construction remains obscure. "Globalization" is no exception. While the meanings of other seminal "keywords" such as "economics", "culture", or "modernity" evolved rather and built upon a continuous base, "globalization" has had a short and discontinuous history. History of ideas "Begriffsgeschichte" by Birger Hjørland CONCEPTA – International Research School in Conceptual History and Political Thought Centre of Excellence in Political Thought and Conceptual Change, University of Jyväskylä Contributions to the History of Concepts Website What is Conceptual History?
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