Karel Hynek Mácha was a Czech romantic poet. Mácha grew up in the son of a foreman at a mill, he learned German in school. He went on to study law at Prague University, he was fond of travel, enjoying trips into the mountains, was an avid walker. He moved to Litoměřice, a quiet town some 60 km from Prague, to prepare for law school exams and to write poetry. Three days before he was to be married to Šomková, just a few weeks after he had begun working as a legal assistant, Mácha overexerted himself while helping to extinguish a fire and soon thereafter died of pneumonia; the day after his death had been scheduled as his wedding day in Prague. Mácha was buried in Litoměřice in a pauper's grave. Recognition came after his death: in 1939, his remains were exhumed, they were given a formal state burial at the Vyšehrad cemetery in Prague. A statue was erected in his honor in Prague. In 1937 a biographical film, Karel Hynek Mácha, was made by Zet Molas. Lake Mácha was named after him in 1961. Macha was honored on a 50 Haleru and a 1 Koruna stamp on 30 April 1936, Scott Catalog # 213-214.
The stamp depicts a statue of Macha, found in Prague and was issued by the postal agency of Czechoslovakia. He was again honored on a 43 koruna postage stamp issued by the postal agency of the Czech Republic on 10 March 2010; this 43 koruna postage stamp is presented on a miniature souvenir sheet. The Scott catalog number for this postage stamp honoring Macha is Scott #3446. Karel Mácha was appointed patron saint of the youth collective "De Barries" in 2019, his lyrical epic poem "Máj", published in 1836 shortly before his death, was judged by his contemporaries as confusing, too individualistic, not in harmony with the national ideas. Czech playwright Josef Kajetán Tyl wrote a parody of Mácha's style, "Rozervanec". "Máj" was rejected by publishers, was published by a vanity press at Mácha's own expense, not long before his early death. Josef Bohuslav Foerster set May for choir and orchestra as his Op.159. Mácha's genius was discovered and glorified much by the poets and novelists of the 1850s and "Máj" is now regarded as the classic work of Czech Romanticism and is considered one of the best Czech poems written.
It contains forebodings of many of the tendencies of 20th-century literature: existentialism, isolation, so on. Mácha authored a collection of autobiographical sketches titled Pictures From My Life, the 1835–36 novel Cikáni, several individual poems, as well as a journal in which, among other things, he detailed his sexual encounters with Šomková; the Diary of Travel to Italy describes his journey to Venice and Ljubljana in 1834. The Secret Diary describes his daily life in autumn 1835 with cipher passages concerning his relationship with Eleonora Šomková. Works by or about Karel Hynek Mácha at Internet Archive May Twisted Spoon Press edition Máj Mácha's untimely death Meet... Czech Poet Karel Hynek Mácha Karel Hynek Mácha: On Patriotism and Turtle-Doves Máj Czech online PDF book
Virgilio Rodríguez Macal was a Guatemalan writer and diplomat who won various international and national prizes. As a novelist he is noted for integrating his deep knowledge of Mesoamerican and Guatemalan history and geography into his stories setting his novels in colorful Guatemalan jungle settings including its biologically rich flora and fauna. Macal was born on June 1916 in Guatemala City, he is considered one of the most popular novelists in Central American literature. Many of his works are based in the departments of Alta Verapaz and Baja Verapaz and are noted for displaying his factual knowledge of the fauna and traditions and the richness of his characters and locations, his most acclaimed work is his novel La mansión del pájaro serpiente, translated into several languages. His personality, like that of men born in the early decades of the twentieth century, was influenced by the long dictatorship of Jorge Ubico, the revolution of 1944 and by the so-called liberation movements which occurred in 1954.
Macal served some time as a diplomat, was a consul in Barcelona, Spain. Rodriguez Macal, settled in Santiago, Chile for many years, was a frequent collaborator of the great newspaper El Mercurio. Residing in Guatemala, he was the director of Diario de Centroamérica; this book contains some similarities with the author's life as the main character Valentine Ochaeta returns after several years studying abroad, his hometown, with a suitcase full of hopes and dreams that are contrary to the reality of their families who are in misery. This forces the subject of the novel to become more adventurous in the jungles of Peten as he seeks fortune out of the plight of his family. Through this journey he explores the roots of Guatemala history and their ancestors as he matures and becomes a man; the novel addresses the issues facing the hopes and dreams experienced by the young juveniles juxtaposed against the stark reality that confronts them as an adult. The novel won the Central sciences and Fine Arts Award on September 15, 1953.
This book contains the stories collected from the lips of the Q'eqchi' Indian Lish Zenzeyul. The fauna and flora from the jungles of Peten and Verapaz are portrayed in this picturesque novel entering a "world of green mystery" as it means, with snakes and monkeys contrasted against the white man's world, the men of cities. In his words, the forest is more logical than civilisation. Meaning "the mansion of the snake bird" the author makes beneficial use of the oral histories of Mayan mythology and the experiences of the novel's subject, the tireless adventurer. Beautiful stories where animals humanize themselves from the jungles of the Central American tropics are told in a colorful story surrounded by the lush greenery of the tropical forest; the novel is a narrative work set in 1940s Guatemala. The novel takes the reader to different latitudes of the country, from the port city of Livingston, Izabal, to the jungle region of Peten; this novel tells of the misfortunes of his steward Pedro. This book, apart from having much action and romance, is told in an emotional style with an element of "disguised" political criticism towards the military government during this period in the country of Guatemala.
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Thiessa Sickert, journalist, is a Brazilian model and beauty pageant titleholder. She had been in various beauty pageants in Brazil. From the state pageants to the national Miss Brasil in 2012. In 2015, she was awarded the Miss Earth Brazil 2015 title by its organizer Look Top Beauty Organization and represented Brazil in the Miss Earth 2015 pageant in Vienna, Austria, she was taking up architecture at the University of Uberaba and working as a model before she became the Miss Earth Brazil 2015 titleholder. Prior in joining beauty pageants, Thiessa lived in Massachusetts, she speaks English fluently aside from her native Portuguese. Thiessa competed in a beauty pageant in USA through Miss Brazil USA at the age of 16; the pageant was created by the Brazilian producer Carlos Borges in 1991. Thiessa ended up as one of the semifinalists, it is unknown what would be the prize of winning the pageant but the winner where Thiessa joined, Marcela Granato represented Espírito Santo through Miss Brasil 2011.
On August 1, 2016, she was one of the guest judges in the final Miss Earth United States 2016 pageant in the Schlesinger Concert Hall, Washington, D. C. Thiessa was appointed as Uberaba' representative in the Miss Minas Gerais 2012 pageant, she competed with four other contestants. The event took place in Belo Horizonte. Becoming the representative of her state, Minas Gerais, Thiessa was able to compete in Miss Brasil 2012 pageant, held in Fortaleza. There, Thiessa got the top plum by finishing second runner up; the title was won by Gabriela Markus. The Miss Earth 2015 title was conferred upon Miss Philippines Angelia Ong who succeeded another Filipina, Jamie Herrell, Miss Earth 2014
Hala the Accuser is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. She first appeared in Guardians of Knowhere #3 and was created by Brian Michael Bendis and Valerio Schiti, she is a member of the Kree Accuser Corps. Hala the Accuser first appeared in Guardians of Knowhere #3 and was created by Brian Michael Bendis and Valerio Schiti. Hala the Accuser is a member of the Kree Empire's Accuser Corps, she was the last of its members when Hala was destroyed during the fall of the Kree Empire as seen in The Black Vortex storyline. During the Secret Wars storyline, Hala the Accuser ended up on Knowhere where it orbited Battleworld following the final incursion that followed the incursions seen in the Time Runs Out storyline, she first appeared. As Hala the Accuser spoke only Kree language and the Angela who worked for the Thor Corps had a hard time dealing with her when she attacked them. Hala the Accuser defeated and slew many of the Nova Corps who were residing on Knowhere.
Hala killed the Thor Corps Angela before being defeated by Gamora with the help of Drax the Destroyer and Rocket Raccoon. As part of the All-New, All-Different Marvel following Mister Fantastic rebuilding the Multiverse, Hala the Accuser went after Gamora and found her on Spartax; the Guardians of the Galaxy fought against Hala the Accuser. Though Thing knocked Hala the Accuser unconscious, Drax the Destroyer unknowingly activated a failsafe in Hala the Accuser's Universal Weapon enabling her to regain conscious and gain the upper hand against the Guardians of the Galaxy, she placed Emperor Peter Quill in an escape pod so that he could watch Hala the Accuser destroy Spartax as she planned to do the same thing to Earth as part of her revenge for his part in the near-genocide of the Kree. As Hala the Accuser continued wreaking havoc on Spartax, she defeated the Spartax Royal Guards before she realized that the Guardians of the Galaxy had retreated and regrouped; as Gamora sacrificed herself to confront Hala the Accuser, she bought the rest of the Guardians of the Galaxy time for them to get away and rescue Peter Quill.
Upon realizing that Peter Quill was no longer in her grasp, Hala the Accuser continued beating up Gamora in order to get the information on what she did with him. In the nick of time, the rest of the Guardians of the Galaxy arrived in an attempt to talk Hala the Accuser out of destroying Spartax; when Hala didn't give in to their plea, Kitty Pryde phased Hala the Accuser through the ground, Thing jumped from a high distance enough to knock out Hala the Accuser, Venom broke her staff. During the attack by Yotat the Destroyer, Hala the Accuser was shown crawling through the sewers and was arrested by the Spartax Royal Guard when they found her; the Spartax Council decided to deport Hala the Accuser back to. As a Kree warrior in peak physical condition, Hala the Accuser possesses her species' unique physiology, having far greater natural attributes than a human. Thus, Hala's body is resistant to poisons and diseases. Hala the Accuser appears in Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors, voiced by Ming-Na Wen.
Hala recruits embittered Inhuman Victor Kohl/Exile to capture young Inhumans so Hala can use them as weapons for the Kree Empire. Coming into conflict with the newly formed superhero team Secret Warriors and Captain Marvel, Hala’s ship is damaged and her plans are ruined, while Hala herself is ejected into space. Hala returns in Marvel Rising: Heart of Iron, once again voiced by Ming-Na Wen, she targets the Kree devices held at a university by Tony Stark leading to her latest battle with the Secret Warriors and Captain Marvel. She poses as Daisy Johnson to get into Riri Williams' room and steal the A. M. I. A. I. Using some components, Hala builds a doomsday device, her plot was foiled when Riri removed A. M. I.'s arc reactor. Hala the Accuser appears in the Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series video game, voiced by Faye Kingslee. She, her second-in-command Jyn-Xar, her army of Kree soldiers managed to steal the Eternity Forge from Peter and escape after damaging the Milano. Upon choosing either Gamora or Drax the Destroyer to accompany him, Star-Lord arrives on the Kree ship to confront Hala the Accuser who plans to use the Eternity Forge to resurrect her son Bal-Dinn and the entire Kree race as the Kree and their entire planet were destroyed by Thanos.
This will require numerous sacrifices in the process. She critically wounds Peter with her lance. Rocket Raccoon manages to get the ship running to allow the two to escape from Hala the Accuser and Star-Lord manages to obtain the Eternity Forge back in the process which heals him. In episode 2, Hala the Accuser pursues the Guardians of the Galaxy in order to obtain the Eternity Forge. After the Guardians of the Galaxy fight off a Kree ambush on the Milano, Hala the Accuser contacts Star-Lord telling him that he can't run forever and that the Eternity Forge will be hers. In episode 3, Hala the Accuser and her Kree forces catch up to the Guardians of the Galaxy and Mantis at the shrine on the planet Dronbino at the time when Star-Lord is given the choice to either destroy the Eternity Forge or empower it; the choices Star-Lord makes will either have Hala the Accuser burned but empowered by its destruction or reviving Bal-Dinn with plans to revive the dead Kree that are with her. In episode 4, the episode returned with either Hala burned and empowered, or managed to get the Eternity Forge reviving her son and the dead Kree.
The shrine begins to collapse, while the Guardians fight off Hala and the Kree, the Guardians fall off the shrine, Hala watch them fall. On after the Guardians esca
Heinz Schilling is a German historian. Heinz Schilling grew up in Cologne. After studying history, German and sociology at the University of Cologne and completing a state teaching certification, Schilling moved on to take a doctorate in 1971 at the University of Freiburg with a study of social and religious history of Dutch exiles, working with Gottfried Schramm. From 1971 to 1979 Schilling worked as an assistant and lecturer at the department of medieval history and in early modern history at the newly founded Faculty of History at the University of Bielefeld, he completed his Habilitation there in 1977/78 with a case study of territorial societal history and "Confessionalization". From 1979 to 1982 he was professor of early modern history at the University of Osnabrück and from 1982 to 1992 professor at the University of Giessen. In 1992 he was appointed to the newly established chair of early modern European history as part of the foundation of the Institute of Historical Studies at the Humboldt University of Berlin, which he held until his retirement at the end of the 2010 summer semester.
The comparative history of Europe in the early modern period the international system the political and cultural origins of national identity in Europe the history of the Holy Roman Empire and its constituent territories immigration and minorities in old Europe cities and bourgeois life in the early modern period and the transition to the modern world the history of political theory the Reformation and European Confessionalization the social and cultural history of Calvinism from the 16th to the 19th centuries the early modern modernization of Germany and the Netherlands historical exhibits in museums since 1996 member of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences 1998/99 chair of the scholarly committee for the European exhibition "1648 – Krieg und Frieden in Europa“, Münster/Osnabrück since 2001 chair of the Vereins für Reformationsgeschichte Dr.-A. H.-Heineken-Preis for History of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences 2002 2003/04 fellow of the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study 2004 foreign member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences 2004/05 fellow of the Historisches Kolleg, Munich since 2004 corresponding member of the British Academy since 2005 member of the Academia Europaea 2006 12th Stern Lecture Series of the Historical Society of Israel, May 9–16, 2006, Jerusalem 2009 honorary doctorate from the Theology Faculty of the University of Göttingen BooksNiederländische Exulanten im 16.
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Trusted Network Connect is an open architecture for Network Access Control, promulgated by the Trusted Network Connect Work Group of the Trusted Computing Group. The TNC architecture was first introduced at the RSA Conference in 2005. TNC was a network access control standard with a goal of multi-vendor endpoint policy enforcement. In 2009 TCG announced expanded specifications which extended the specifications to systems outside of the enterprise network. Additional uses for TNC which have been reported include Industrial Control System, SCADA security, physical security. Specifications introduced by the TNC Work Group: TNC Architecture for Interoperability IF-IMC - Integrity Measurement Collector Interface IF-IMV - Integrity Measurement Verifier Interface IF-TNCCS - Trusted Network Connect Client-Server Interface IF-M - Vendor-Specific IMC/IMV Messages Interface IF-T - Network Authorization Transport Interface IF-PEP - Policy Enforcement Point Interface IF-MAP - Metadata Access Point Interface CESP - Clientless Endpoint Support Profile Federated TNC A partial list of vendors who have adopted TNC Standards: Also, networking by Cisco HP Symantec Trapeze Networks Tofino The U.
S. Army has planned to use this technology to enhance the security of its computer networks; the South Carolina Department of Probation and Pardon Services has tested a TNC-SCAP integration combination in a pilot program. IF-MAP Trusted Computing Trusted Computing Group Trusted Internet Connection Dornan, Andy. “'Trusted Network Connect' Puts Hardware Security Agent In Every PC”, “Information Week Magazine”, UBM Techweb Publishing. Vijayan, Jaikumar. "Vendor Group Adds Net Access Specs", "IDG Publishing. Higgins, Kelly Jackson. “Trusted Computing Group Widens Security Specs Beyond Enterprise Networks”, “Dark Reading”, UBM Techweb Publishing. Townsend, Mark. “Naked endpoints on your net, what to do about them”, “SC Magazine”, Haymarket Media. Fang and Zeng, Hongli. “The Model of Trusted Network Connect Based on Credibility of the Hierarchy”, vol. 2, pp. 454–457, 2010 Second International Conference on Networks Security, Wireless Communications and Trusted Computing, 2010. Howard, Scott (“Securing SCADA and Control Networks”, “urunkoruma.com”.
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