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Joaquín Sabina

Joaquín Ramón Martínez Sabina, known artistically as Joaquín Sabina, is a singer and poet from the Andalusia region of southern Spain. He has released fourteen studio albums, two live albums, three compilation albums, he performed both solo and with a group for his live albums, performing with Javier Krahe and Alberto Pérez in La mandrágora, the group Viceversa in a 1986 concert, with Joan Manuel Serrat in Dos pájaros de un tiro. Sabina suffered a stroke in 2001 and although he physically recovered, he entered a deep depression which resulted in a four-year-long concert hiatus, he recovered and released his eighteenth album, Alivio de Luto, in November 2005 and in 2009 he released his album, Vinagre y rosas. In 2012 he released his latest album in collaboration with Joan Manuel Serrat: La Orquesta Del Titanic. Joaquín Sabina was born in the Province of Jaén, he is the second son of Jerónimo Martínez Gallego. His father was a policeman, he attended a Carmelite primary school and he started writing his first poems and composing music at the age of 14.

He was part of a band called Merry Youngs which imitated singers such as Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry and Little Richard, as well as many others. He attended a high school run by the Salesians of Don Bosco and during this period he began reading works by Fray Luis de León, Jorge Manrique, José Hierro, Marcel Proust, James Joyce and Herbert Marcuse. After completing high school, his father wanted him to follow in his footsteps and become a police officer but he refused, saying that he preferred the guitar. In his song "La del pirata cojo" he says he fantasizes about living different lives, but he would not joke about becoming a police officer, he enrolled in the University of Granada, reading philology in the faculty. There, he read the poetry of César Vallejo. Sabina lived at first with a woman started to prepare his thesis, his revolutionary ideology led him to be related to the anti-fascist groups. In 1970, he began collaborating with the magazine Poesía 70, sharing pages with Carlos Cano and Luis Eduardo Aute, he left the university, going into exile in London using a fake passport under the name Mariano Zugasti, to avoid persecution from Francisco Franco's government after throwing a Molotov cocktail into a government building.

That same year, his father received an order to arrest Sabina due to his anti-Franco ideals. In 1975, Sabina started singing at local bars. In a local bar called "Mexicano-Taverna" Sabina performed in the presence of George Harrison, celebrating his birthday; the ex-Beatle gave Sabina a five-pound note as tip, which Sabina still preserves to this day. When Franco's dictatorship ended in 1975, Sabina returned to Spain and joined the army but, feeling imprisoned, he got married in order to be able to sleep outside the barracks. Sabina's first album, Inventario was released in 1978 by a small label Movieplay, he describes this album "as his own version of death metal", but the album went unnoticed. Afterwards, he moved to the powerful released Malas compañías; this album gave Sabina his first number-one hit single "Pongamos que hablo de Madrid", the artist attained wide recognition. He released a live album called La mandrágora, sharing the spotlight with bandmates Javier Krahe and Alberto Pérez; the trio enjoyed great popularity due to their participation in a TV program.

La Mandrágora was controversial due to the political content of the lyrics. Sabina released his third album Ruleta Rusa in 1984. In this album the singer evolved from the typical singer-songwriter style to Rock music with a harder sound and with presence of new instruments such as electric guitars. One of the most popular songs of this album was "Pisa el acelerador", the first maxi single of this album. In 1985 Sabina left CBS and released, this time under Ariola, Juez y Parte his fourth studio album in which he teamed up with the band Viceversa, led by Pancho Varona, who would turn into one of his closest friends and producer of many of Sabina's future albums. In this release, which shows a more modern production with the use of synthesisers and keyboards, it was included another popular song entitled "Princesa", arguably the most popular one of this release, his political views led him to take part in the anti-NATO movement. He released Joaquín Sabina y Viceversa en directo, his first live album, which turned into his commercial breakthrough.

This album, recorded in the Salamanca theatre in Madrid, the singer collaborated with other singers such as Javier Krahe, Javier Gurruchaga, Luis Eduardo Aute amongst others. In 1987 Sabina released his fifth studio album, Dulce Hotel, which sold a large number of records in Spain. One of the most popular songs of this record was the track "Así estoy yo sin ti" for, released a promotional video, the first one of his musical career; that success led to his next album El Hombre del Traje Gris, in which he would count with Antonio García de Diego, a new collaborator and another of his fellow friends. After releasing this album, Sabina undertook a successful tour in Latin America; this record was followed by the release of Mentiras Piadosas in 1990. Two years in 1992, the performer reached a new sales record with the release of Física y Química, which sold more than one million copies thanks to the smash hit "Y nos die

Clemens Thoma

Clemens Thoma was a Swiss theologian. He was professor of theology and Jewish studies and founder of the Institute for Jewish-Christian Studies at the University of Lucerne, he grew up as one of eleven children in a family in the Canton of St. Gallen. After theological studies at St. Augustin near Bonn and St. Gabriel in Vienna, he was ordained a priest. At the University of Vienna, he studied Judaism under Kurt Schubert; as part of his research Thoma undertook a systematic approach to present Rabbinic parables to New Testament scholars, for comparative purposes. In 1994 Thoma received the Buber-Rosenzweig-Medal. Hayim Perelmuter stated that Thoma's work on the Rabbinic parables "adornes the world of scholarship". Thoma, Clemens. A Christian Theology of Judaism. Studies in Judaism and Christianity. New York: Paulist Press. ISBN 9780809123100. OCLC 6918632. ———. Understanding Scripture: explorations of Jewish and Christian traditions of interpretation. Studies in Judaism and Christianity. New York: Paulist Press.

ISBN 9780809128730. OCLC 15081789. ———. Parable and story in Judaism and. Studies in Judaism and Christianity. New York: Paulist Press. ISBN 9780809130870. OCLC 19922103. German Wikipedia

2007 All-Ireland Under-21 Hurling Championship Final

The 2007 All-Ireland Under-21 Hurling Championship final was a hurling match, played at Croke Park, Dublin on 8 September 2007 to determine the winners of the 2007 All-Ireland Under-21 Hurling Championship, the 44th season of the All-Ireland Under-21 Hurling Championship, a tournament organised by the Gaelic Athletic Association for the champion teams of the four provinces of Ireland. The final was contested by Galway of Connacht and Dublin of Leinster, with Galway winning by 5-11 to 0-12; the All-Ireland final between Galway and Dublin was their second meeting in a decider. Galway were hoping to claim their 9th championship. Dublin were hoping to win their first All-Ireland title; the game was played as part of a double-header with the All-Ireland decider in camogie. Galway made a blistering start to the game and led by 3-4 to 0-2 after just 13 minutes thanks to goals from Conor Kavanagh and Seán Glynn; such was Galway's early dominance that Dublin's only point in the opening quarter came after four minutes from the game's top scorer Alan McCrabbe from a placed ball.

The midfield partnership of McCrabbe and John McCaffrey kept alive any hope for Dublin, while Peadar Carton was on target in a bright ten-minute spell during which they managed to hold Galway scoreless. The westerners came back and a goal from Kerrill Wade before the interval ensured a 4-6 to 0-8 interval lead. Dublin came out for the second half with two McCrabbe points, but once again Galway found their groove and the Craobh Chiaráin clubman was the only Dublin player to hit the target in the second half. Joe Canning was playing a great supporting role at this stage for Galway but chipped in with a 43rd-minute point, ensuring a double scores advantage at 4-8 to 0-10. An excellent Keith Kilkenny point, following a clean catch, a Wade effort ensured that the gap was extended to 12 points. Dublin did stage a rally in the closing stages thanks to the free-taking abilities of McCrabbe. Galway substitute Noel Kelly sealed victory with a 60th-minute goal, before adding a late point to ensure a comprehensive victory for Galway.

Galway's All-Ireland victory was their second in three years. The victory put them in third position on the all-time roll of honour, it was reported that supporters attending the game experienced difficulties purchasing tickets — and entering the ground — for the decider. One thousand supporters, who had not purchased tickets, were granted free admission to the stadium when extra gates were opened to relieve congestion at the main turnstiles

SM Lanang Premier

SM Lanang Premier known locally as SM Lanang, is an indoor four-story shopping mall in Lanang, Davao City, Philippines along Jose P. Laurel Avenue and within S. P Dakudao loop, it is the first SM Supermall to be called "Premier". The mall is managed by SM Prime Holdings. Construction of the mall started in 2011 and opened to the public on September 28, 2012, on the site of the former Lanang Golf and Country Club; the mall has a gross floor area of 145,174 m2 making it the 3rd largest shopping mall in Mindanao after Gaisano Mall of Davao and SM CDO Downtown Premier. The mall has 273 stores along with several restaurants; the mall has the SM SM Supermarket as anchor stores. It features six cinemas, an IMAX Theater, SMX Convention Center, SM Science Discovery Center, a bowling center, an Al fresco dining situated along the fountain court, located at the back of the mall. SM Lanang Premier is the 4th largest taxpayer in Davao City along with SM City Davao. SM Prime Holdings developed a Philippine-based shopping center management firm.

In 2008, SM Prime Holdings bought 10 hectares out of the 40-hectare property of Lanang Golf and Country Club from Dakudao and Sons for the mall. SM Prime Holdings saw potential in the upscale northern sections of the city; the mall was to be an SM City Mall, a shopping mall with SM Store, SM Supermarket or SM Hypermarket and SM Cinemas together with retail shops, it was scheduled to open in 2011. The management planned that the mall would be bigger than SM City Davao, the first SM Mall in Mindanao; this original plan would have generated over 1,000 jobs. Moreover, local people unofficially named the mall as SM North Davao. Officers of SM Prime Holdings requested anonymity; the administration planned to start the mall project in January 2010. However, the management moved the start to 2011, together with SM City General Santos. Tenant partners, food chains, service centers and merchants attended the tenant's preview of SM Lanang Premier on March 22, 2012. SM Prime Holdings announced the mall's name as SM Lanang Premier.

Point Design, Inc. designed the mall. G&W Architects was the Architect of Record. A. Abcede and Associates was the Project Manager. Eight days before it opened, SM Lanang Premier had 160 out of 273 stores occupied; the mall opened to the public on September 28, 2012. Its operating hours are from 10:00 am until 9:00 pm A sellout crowd filled the mall during its opening, causing motorists and commuters trouble as they got stuck in heavy traffic along Jose P. Laurel Avenue. At the time it opened, the mall's occupancy rate was 91%. SM Lanang Premier is SM Prime Holdings' fourth mall in Mindanao after SM City Davao, SM City Cagayan de Oro and SM City General Santos, it is on the site of the previous Lanang Country Club in Lanang, Davao City. It is 4 km away from Port of Davao. Additionally, S. P Dakudao loop bordered Jose P. Laurel Avenue to its north; the mall is near R. Castillo Street, which vehicles use as an access and exit point; the mall is near to Davao Museum. Origami, the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, became the inspiration for the mall's exterior design.

Thus, the mall's north and west facades employed the use of various asymmetric lines. In March 2013, SM Lanang Premier hosted the M. I. C. E convention along with the annual Philippine Advertising accommodating 5,000 people; as of August 2013, the mall's daily foot traffic has seen 20,000 people on weekdays and 40,000 on weekends. SM Lanang Premier serves as a major tourist attraction in Davao City and is the 4th largest taxpayer in the area, together with SM City Davao; as of 2013, it has an income tax return of ₱8 million. The mall employed 10,000 people in 2012. IBEX Global Solutions opened a Business process outsourcing within the mall last October 2013 with a gross floor area of 3,500 m2 which employed additional 700 people; as a result of SM Lanang Premier's strong profit and Mindanao's growing economy, SM Prime Holdings will open 2 more malls in Mindanao area, one in Butuan City and a second mall in Cagayan de Oro City. MegaWorld Corporation is planning to open a residential building within the mall's vicinity, with an investment amounting to ₱15 billion.

SM Lanang Premier together with SM City Davao accounts for 80% of total profit of SM Prime Holdings in Mindanao. List of largest shopping malls in the world List of largest shopping malls in the Philippines List of shopping malls in the Philippines

Georgia State Route 341

State Route 341 is a 15.5-mile-long north–south state highway located within Walker County in the northwestern part of the U. S. state of Georgia. It connects the unincorporated community of Davis Crossroads with Chattanooga Valley, via Chickamauga. SR 341 begins at an intersection with SR 193 in Davis Crossroads, northwest of LaFayette, it travels to the northeast and curves to the north-northeast, along the West Chickamauga Creek valley, to the town of Chickamauga. The route turns to the northwest. Just before entering Chattanooga Valley, it curves to a northerly routing. In Chattanooga Valley, SR 341 meets its northern terminus, another intersection with SR 193. SR 341 is not part of the National Highway System, a system of roadways important to the nation's economy and mobility. Between 1960 and 1963, SR 341 was established along its current routing; the entire route is in Walker County. Georgia portal U. S. Roads portal

Hold Up (song)

"Hold Up" is a song recorded by American singer Beyoncé for her sixth studio album, Lemonade. The song was serviced to rhythmic radios in the United States on August 16, 2016 as the third single from the album, it was written by Diplo, Ezra Koenig, Beyoncé, Emile Haynie, Josh Tillman, MNEK and MeLo-X. The song contains a sample of "Can't Get Used to Losing You" performed by Andy Williams and written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman. "Hold Up" received a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Solo Performance at the 59th ceremony. "Hold Up" is written in the key of C major in common time with a tempo of 84 beats per minute. The song follows a chord progression of C–F–D–G–D–F, when it comes to Beyonce's vocals, they go from C3 to F5; the track features. A demo of "Hold Up" was first written and recorded by Diplo and Koenig in 2014, paraphrasing "Maps" by Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Koenig, the frontman for the indie rock band Vampire Weekend, had tweeted the lyrics "hold up...they don't love u like i love u" – interpolated from the chorus of "Maps" – in 2011.

This tweet had confused people as the song was written in 2011 but, as he explained on Twitter, it was just a random tweet at the time. According to Koenig's interview on Beats One, the demo he and Diplo made was simple track with only chorus in it. Beyonce gave this demo to various songwriters to get the best ideas, songwritings. MNEK said he wrote a full song over the demo, but Beyoncé only used 3 lines from his song, which were used in the bridge, he mentioned the unique process of Beyoncé: "The way she works, she is a writer in herself. And she pieces together stuff and she pieces together, you know, Diplo's going to work on the track. That's the process, and it worked because she's overlooking everything"Father John Misty said Beyoncé contacted him after she heard his song through Emile Haynie. She gave him the simple demo track and he ended up writing first verse and refrain. "With ` Hold Up' they just sent me the hook. I wrote that first verse and the'jealous and crazy' part." From his interview.

He didn't know if his part would be used or not but Beyoncé told him in person that his part made the final cut at his 2015 Coachella set. In the outro of the song, Beyoncé sampled the hook from "Turn My Swag On" by Soulja Boy, she used the first two lines of the hook twice with slow falsetto vocals to express the feeling between denial and anger. Pitchfork Media's Ryan Dombal named "Hold Up" as "Best New Track", calling Beyoncé's vocals "emotive" and stating "The music has no weight, no place, no time—a calypso dream heard through walls and generations... When Beyoncé works in the pained refrain of Yeah Yeah Yeahs' "Maps," she makes it glorious while allowing our memories to hint at the anguish underneath."Slant considered the song the 4th best one of 2016, while Pitchfork named it the 28th best. The song would be voted in Village Voice's Pazz & Jop best in music in 2016, the 18th best single of the same period. Billboard ranked "Hold Up" at number 23 on their "100 Best Pop Songs of 2016" list: "Beyonce's Lemonade was designed for memes… and tweets… and gifs.

But ask anyone the image that defines the album, you're to see a shot from "Hold Up".""Hold Up" was named the greatest song of the decade by Richard Walker for The National. After the release of Lemonade, "Hold Up" debuted and peaked on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart at number 13. "Hold Up" entered on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop songs at number 8. In overseas charts, the song entered in multiple digital charts in top 5: Denmark, Netherlands, New Zealand and Norway; the song's music video is part of a one-hour film with the same title as its parent album, which aired on HBO and was included with the purchase of the album itself. The Jonas Åkerlund-directed video features Beyoncé destroying multiple cars and security cameras using a baseball bat; the video is compared by critics to that of Janet Jackson's video to her single "Son of a Gun" as well as the late 90s art film Ever Is Over All by Pipilotti Rist. According to Mashable, Knowles makes reference of Oshun, the Yoruba goddess of water, fertility and sensuality.

It received two nominations at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards for Best Female Video and Best Art Direction, winning the former. One week Beyoncé released the music video on her YouTube and Vevo channels. "Hold Up" is part of the set list of the Formation World Tour with the first performance taking place in Miami at the Marlins Park on April 27, 2016."Hold Up" was performed as part of a medley of songs from Lemonade at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards on August 28, 2016, along with "Pray You Catch Me", "Sorry", "Don't Hurt Yourself", "Formation". Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics