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Fintel is a municipality in the district of Rotenburg, in Lower Saxony and has about 3,000 inhabitants. It is located on the rivers Ruschwede. Fintel belonged to the Prince-Bishopric of Verden, established in 1180. In 1648 the Prince-Bishopric was transformed into the Principality of Verden, first ruled in personal union by the Swedish Crown - interrupted by a Danish occupation - and from 1715 on by the Hanoverian Crown. In 1807 the ephemeric Kingdom of Westphalia annexed the Principality, before France annexed it in 1810. In 1813 the Principality was restored to the Electorate of Hanover, which - after its upgrade to the Kingdom of Hanover in 1814 - incorporated the Principality in a real union and the Princely territory, including Fintel, became part of the new Stade Region, established in 1823. Fintel is part of the Samtgemeinde Fintel, population about 7,000. Official website

Master Hirannaiah

Hirannaiah or Hirannayya known by his stage name Master Hirannaiah was an Indian film actor in the Kannada film industry and a theatre artist in Karnataka, India. Some of the notable films of Master Hirannaiah as an actor include... Re, Care of Footpath 2, No. 73, Shanthi Nivasa. Hirannaiah was born in Mysore, Karnataka on 15 February 1934, his father K. Hirannaiah too was an Indian film actor and writer in the Kannada film industry and a theatre artist in the state, his mother was Sharadamma. After finishing primary education in Banumayya Middle school, Hirannaiah completed intermediate in Sharada Vilas, Karnataka. In his childhood days, he distributed newspaper Sadhvi to fund his education, while participating in drama and theatre plays. After his father's death, Hirannaiah took over the management of the K. Hirannaiah Mitra Mandali, founded by his late father, he became actor and administrator of the theatre company. Master Hirannaiah was part of more than 30 movies in Kannada, his notable drama plays include Lanchavathara, Double Thaali, Kanya Dahana, Sanyasi Samsara, Haasyadalli Ulta Palta, Kapi Mushti, Nadubidi Narayana, Anaachaara, with Lanchavathara playing more than 11 thousand times, over a span of 45 years, performing in countries like United States, Australia and England.

Master Hirannaiah established the Hirannaiah Award, in memory of his father, known popularly as "cultural comedian" or "cultured comedian". Hirannaiah Awards are presented on behalf of Karnataka Nataka Academy, to theatre artists for their notable drama works. First award ceremony was held on 17 April 2010, at the Jaganmohan Palace auditorium in Mysore, Karnataka. Hirannaiah died on 2 May 2019 at a hospital in Bengaluru, Karnataka of complications from liver disease, aged 85. Rajyotsava Prashasti Gubbi Veeranna Award Sangeet Natak Akademi Award Sandesha Arts Award 18th Anakru Nirman Swarna Award Maha Advaithi Award Alva's Nudisiri Award List of people from Karnataka Cinema of Karnataka List of Indian film actors Cinema of India Master Hirannayya on IMDb

Lippija Tower

Lippija Tower known as Ġnejna Tower, is a small watchtower in Ġnejna Bay, limits of Mġarr, Malta. It was completed in 1637 as the first of the Lascaris towers. Today, the tower is in good condition. Lippija Tower was built in 1637 on the edge of Wardija Ridge overlooking Ġnejna Bay on the north west coast of Malta; the tower has Għajn Nadur Towers in its line of sight. The construction of the tower was financed by Giovanni Paolo Lascaris; the tower was built on the site of a medieval watch post. It was designed by the Italian architect Vincenzo Maculani, it is identical to Għajn Tuffieħa Tower, having a square plan and two floors topped by a flat roof with a parapet. Each floor has a single room, access to the upper floor was by a wooden ladder; the tower was known as Torre del Migiarro and had a chapel dedicated to Santa Agatha. By the early 2000s, Lippija Tower was abandoned and it was in danger of collapsing, it was restored by the Ministry of Resources and Infrastructure in 2003, it is now in good condition.

National Inventory of the Cultural Property of the Maltese Islands

Sead Hasanefendić

Sead Hasanefendić is a Croatian handball coach for ThSV Eisenach. Sead Hasanefendić first hesitated between handball. At the age of eighteen, Sead's parents left Novi Sad for Zagreb. In 1969, he returned there to learn the language. Contacted by AS Cannes while playing in Zagreb, he joined the French Riviera club in 1971. Vice-champion of France of Nationale 2 in 1974, Hasanefendić and the club thus evolve into Nationale 1 during the 1974 season -1975, he moved to SAS Guebwiller in 1976. After his military service in 1977, Sead Hasanefendić began his coaching career at Željezničar Sarajevo with which he became Yugoslavian champion in 1978. In 1979, he coached the junior Yugoslavian team; the same year, he took charge of RK Metaloplastika Šabac. In 1980, the Swiss Handball Association asked him to lead the Swiss national team with the mission of bringing it back to the World Cup, he thus participated in the 1982 World Men's Handball Championship in the Los Angeles 1984 Olympics and the championship of the 1986 World Men's Handball Championship organized home.

If Switzerland qualifies for the main phase, it finishes last in its pool and cannot do better than a modest eleventh place: Hasanefendić will not be extended at the head of the Swiss national team. Meanwhile, in 1982, he successfully assisted TSV St. Otmar St. Gallen in the European Cup matches and led the team to the final of the Champions Club Cup after eliminating Atlético Madrid TV Grosswallstadt. In 1987, he became cantonal coach of the city of Geneva. In parallel, he supported different clubs, such as the TuS Hofweier the US Créteil. Thus, for two seasons, he is coached on weekends while Thierry Anti manages training on weekdays and obtains the best results in the history of the club: vice-champion in 1988 champion of France in 1989 and finalist of the Cup. Europe of cup winners in 1989. At the Vénissieux HB between 1989 and 1992, he won the team's only 3 titles, the French D1 championship in 1992 and the French Cups in 1991 and 1992. Like many French players, he joined the Handball-Bundesliga in 1993 where he became vice-champion in 1994 with SG Hameln, the club's best result.

In 1996, following the disappearance of OM Vitrolles with which he has just won his 4th French championship, he joined the US Ivry with which he reached the semi-final of the EHF Cup Winners' Cup and won the LNH Division 1 with players like Stéphane Joulin, Vassili Koudinov, Raoul Prandi or Éric Amalou. Major financial efforts have been made by Ivry to obtain these results, in particular with the aim of achieving a good career in the Champions League, but the preliminary round against the Israelis of Hapoël Rishon LeZion turns to fiasco and the club is eliminated before having started the competition. A few weeks Hasanefendić left the club. Subsequently, he was the coach of the Slovenian clubs of RK Celje, Spanish of BM Granollers and German of VfL Gummersbach between 2002 and 2004. At the same time, he was the coach of the Bosnian National Team. In 2004, he became for the first time coach of the Tunisian national team with the objective of the 2005 World Men's Handball Championship organized at home.

The selection ended undefeated in the group stages and thus qualified for the semi-finals where they lose to Spain, the future world champion. Beaten by France in the bronze medal match, Tunisia finished in 4th place, the best result of a non-European nation at the time, he remained at the head of the selection with which he won the 2006 African Men's Handball Championship. However, these two good results were not confirmed: Tunisia finished 11th in the 2007 World Men's Handball Championship, failed to qualify its team for the Beijing 2008 Olympics and lost in the 2008 African Men's Handball Championship final against Egypt after leading 4 goals at halftime. In July 2008, he announced that he was leaving Tunisia for the German club VfL Gummersbach, which he had coached between 2002 and 2004. In three seasons, he won three European cups: the EHF Cup in 2009 and two Cups in 2010 and 2011. On July 7, 2013, he returned to head the Tunisian national team for the next 3 seasons. However, at the 2014 African Men's Handball Championship, Tunisia lost its title to the host country, without however calling into question its mandate as head of the Tunisian team.

In 2017, the Algerian Handball Federation announced that Hasanefendić will take the lead of the Algerian national team for the 2018 African Nations Championship, but an agreement is not reached between the two parties10. In 2018 he was appointed coach of the German club ThSV Eisenach, former club of the German Championship relegated to the 3rd division. EHF Cup Winners' Cup: Winners: 2010, 2011 Finalist: 1989 Semifinalist: 1997 EHF Cup: Winners: 2009 EHF Champions League: Finalist: 1982 Yugoslav Handball Championship: Winners: 1978 French Handball League: Winners: 1989, 1992, 1996, 1997 Runners-up: 1988, 1990, 1991 French Cup: Winners: 1989, 1991, 1992 Handball-Bundesliga: Runners-up: 1994 Slovenian First League of Handball: Winners: 1999, 2000 Slovenian Cup: Winners: 1999, 2000 World Men's Handball Championship: Semifinalist: 2005 African Men's Handball Championship: Winners: 2006 Runners-up: 2008, 2014 Coach of the year in Germany: 2010

Webster University Orlando

Webster University Orlando is a university campus located in downtown Orlando, Florida. This campus location is an extended campus of Webster University main campus in Missouri. Webster University operated two extended campus locations in the Orlando metro area. In June 2016, those two campus location resources were combined into one more robust campus in downtown Orlando near the Amway Center. Students of Webster experience small class sizes, individual attention, networking opportunities and successful learning outcomes within their profession or local community. Webster's downtown Orlando location offers 11 state-of-the-art classrooms, 2 computer labs, 2 conference rooms with breakout spaces and video conferencing capabilities for WebNet+ classes. Academic Programs Available 1-Year MBA: Master of Business Administration MBA: Master of Business Administration MHA: Master of Health Administration MS in Finance MA in Counseling MS in Cybersecurity MA in Human Resources Management MA in Human Services MA in Information Technology Management MA in Management and Leadership Certificate in Project Management Certificate in Global Business Certificate in Government Contracting Certificate in Cybersecurity Threat Detection Official website