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KV35

Tomb KV35 is an ancient Egyptian tomb located in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, Egypt. It was discovered by Victor Loret in March 1898 and contains the tomb of Amenhotep II, it was used as a cache for others. It has a dog's leg shape, typical of the layout of early Eighteenth Dynasty tombs, but several features make this tomb stand out; the burial chamber is a rectangular shape and divided into upper and lower pillared sections, with the lower part holding the sarcophagus of the king. This style of burial chamber became'standard' for royal burials in the New Kingdom; the tomb was used as a mummy cache. Mummies belonging to the following individuals were relocated here during the Third Intermediate Period and were identified by inscriptions on their burial wrappings: Amenhotep II Side Chamber: Thutmose IV Amenhotep III Merneptah Seti II Siptah Ramesses IV Ramesses V Ramesses VI Queen Tiye, identified as the so-called Elder Lady in February 2010 via DNA testing. A prince, identified by some as Webensenu son of Amenhotep II whose canopic jars were found in the tomb or Thutmose, elder son of Amenhotep III and Tiye The Younger Lady who, in June 2003, was controversially claimed to be Nefertiti by British Egyptologist Joann Fletcher, whereas Egyptologist Zahi Hawass believed it to be Kiya, another wife of Akhenaten, believed by some to be the birth mother of Tutankhamun.

Some believed this mummy to be a male. However, with DNA testing, this mummy was shown in February 2010 to be a woman, the mother of Tutankhamun, the daughter of Amenhotep III and Tiye, her name, remains unknown, leaving open the possibility that she is either Nebetiah or Beketaten. An unknown woman D in an upturned lid of a coffin inscribed for Setnakhte. Two skulls were found in the well and an anonymous arm was found with the above "Younger Lady". A body on a boat was destroyed at the start of the twentieth century. William Max Miller's Theban Royal Mummy Project

United Nations Millennium Declaration

On 8 September 2000, following a three-day Millennium Summit of world leaders gathered in New York at the headquarters of the United Nations, the UN General Assembly adopted some 60 goals regarding peace. A follow-up outcome of the resolution was passed by the General Assembly on 14 December 2000 to guide its implementation. Progress on implementation of the Declaration was reviewed at the 2005 World Summit of leaders; the Declaration includes 32 paragraphs. The Millennium Declaration has eight chapters and key objectives, adopted by 189 world leaders during the summit: The Declaration, after the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, stresses the observance of international human rights law and international humanitarian law under the Principles of United Nations Charter as well as the treaties on sustainable development; the Declaration urges observance of the Olympic truce individually and collectively. Values and PrinciplesFreedom Equality Solidarity Tolerance Respect for nature - "Shown in the management of all living species and natural resources, in accordance with the precepts of sustainable development."

Shared responsibilityPeace and Disarmament Development and Poverty Eradication Protecting our Common Environment Human Rights and Good Governance Protecting the Vulnerable Meeting the Special Needs of Africa Strengthening the United Nations Commission for Social Development United Nations Millennium Summit 2005 World Summit Millennium Development Goals Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action

Walking and Talking

Walking and Talking is a 1996 American independent film written and directed by Nicole Holofcener and starring Catherine Keener, Anne Heche, Todd Field, Liev Schreiber and Kevin Corrigan. The film is #47 on Entertainment Weekly's "Top 50 Cult Films of All-Time" list; the film's soundtrack includes music from Billy Bragg, Yo La Tengo, Liz Phair, The Sea and Cake. The film is notable for being the first collaboration between Holofcener and Keener and international co-production between France, the United Kingdom and the United States. Amelia and Laura are childhood best friends. Amelia is left feeling vulnerable when her boyfriend Frank get engaged, she begins to date Bill, the local clerk at the video rental store. Though she is off put by his looks and his obsession with scifi and horror films she begins to grow attracted to him when she learns he is working on a screenplay about the life of Colette; the two have sex, however while Amelia is in the bathroom she receives a call from Laura asking how her date was with "the ugly guy".

Hurt after hearing this Bill abruptly leaves. Meanwhile, since becoming engaged Laura, a therapist, has begun to fantasize about one of her patients, she allows the waiter at her local coffee shop to flirt with her and begins to pick fights with her fiancé. Amelia becomes obsessed with Bill after sleeping with him but becomes hurt and angry as he never calls her, she asks her friend and former boyfriend Andrew why they broke up and he confesses that she places too much importance on her boyfriends. After two weeks Amelia goes to the video rental store and snaps when Bill is polite but distant towards her, he chases her down and tells her he heard from Laura's message. Amelia and Frank go to Amelia's parents' country cottage where Laura and Frank plan to get married. While there Laura and Frank fight causing Frank to leave in the middle of the night. Amelia receives obscene phone calls and calls Andrew, making him take the train to come and protect her. After Andrew answers the phone causing the caller to stop calling Amelia and Andrew talk get drunk, talk about their past relationship and go swimming together.

Laura and Frank go to a dinner. Frank gives Laura his biopsied mole in a box as a present as their last fight involved her anger at him for not getting it checked by a doctor. Laura leaves without making up with him. Meanwhile, Amelia goes to see Bill at the video store, she goes home where she and Andrew have dinner together and he explains how he broke up with a girl he was having phone sex with. He kisses Amelia and the two sleep together and she gives him the black leather pants that she bought him as a Christmas present that she never gave him since they broke up before Christmas. Despite the fact that she has not reconciled with Frank, Laura continues to plan her wedding. After going to see Amelia after a disastrous meeting with a wedding makeup artist the two end up fighting as Amelia accuses Laura of abandoning their friendship; the two sit down to reconnect and Amelia tells Laura about reconnecting with Andrew before urging her to go make up with Frank. Laura takes her advice to heart.

Laura reconnects with Frank. On her wedding day she allows Amelia to do her makeup and hair like they had planned. Laura tells Amelia; the two leave to go to the ceremony hand in hand. Catherine Keener as Amelia Anne Heche as Laura Todd Field as Frank Liev Schreiber as Andrew Kevin Corrigan as Bill Randall Batinkoff as Peter Vincent Pastore as Laura's Devil-Seeing Patient Joseph Siravo as Amelia's Therapist Allison Janney as Gum Puller It took Holofcener six years to make the film as she was a first time director and the majority of the film involved talking between the unknown leads. Nicole Holofcener saw Catherine Keener in a film at Sundance. After spying her at the gym they both went to she had a friend introduce them and pitched her the film offering her the role of Amelia. Rotten Tomatoes gives the film a score of 88% based on reviews from 24 critics. Walking and Talking on IMDb Walking and Talking at Box Office Mojo