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Diego Luna

Diego Luna Alexander is a Mexican actor and producer. Following a career in Mexican telenovelas, he has appeared in films including Y tu mamá también, Open Range, Rudo y Cursi, Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights, The Terminal, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, he plays drug trafficker Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo in Narcos: Mexico. Luna was raised in Mexico City, his mother, Fiona Alexander, was a British costume designer of English descent. She died in a car accident, his father, Alejandro Luna, is a theater and opera set designer who reinforced the importance of theater and the arts in his life. Alejandro would bring Diego to the sets and mentor him in different aspects of art, cultivating a desire to become an actor and uphold the family tradition. Luna acted in his first play at age seven; as a child actor, he appeared in several telenovelas. Luna starred as Tenoch Iturbide in a Mexican road trip movie; this role brought him international stardom. In 2002, Luna starred in Vampires: the Oscar-winning Frida.

He appeared in Open Range, Havana Nights: Dirty Dancing 2, Only God Knows, Fade to Black, Mister Lonely, Rudo y Cursi, Just Walking and Elysium. In March 2015, Luna joined the cast of Ana Lily Amirpour's film The Bad Batch. In Rogue One, he played the ally of Jyn Erso, he will reprise the role in an upcoming Disney+ series centered around the character. Luna starred as Mexican drug cartel leader Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo in the Netflix series Narcos: Mexico, which premiered in November 2018. After starring in many telenovelas and Gael García Bernal created Canana Films in 2005. In 2012, Luna directed his first film, the biopic Cesar Chávez, about the eponymous founder of the United Farm Workers. Luna became a member of the jury for the Un Certain Regard section of the Cannes Film Festival. Luna and García Bernal co-founded Ambulante A. C. an organization and film festival working to bring documentary films to recommended places. The organization received the prestigious Washington Office on Latin America's Human Rights Award in 2011.

In January 2015, Luna narrated a video about the obstacles faced by children migrating from their home countries and seeking refuge in the US. In October 2019 Luna and García Bernal announced they were joining the Creative Advisory Board for TV and Film development company EXILE Content along with Adam Grant. Luna married Camila Sodi in February 2008, they have two children: Jerónimo, Fiona, named after Luna's mother. Diego Luna on IMDb Diego Luna on Twitter

Albert Becker (chess player)

Albert Becker known as Alberto Becker, was an Austrian–Argentine chess master. In 1921, he won in Vienna. In 1923, he tied for 4-5th in Frankfurt; the event was won by Ernst Grünfeld. In 1924, he tied for 2nd-3rd behind Wagner, in Bremen. In 1924, he won a match against Heinrich Wagner in Hamburg. In 1924, he won ahead of Gruber in Vienna. In 1925, he tied for 5-7th in Breslau; the event was won by Efim Bogoljubow. In 1925, he tied for 1st-2nd with Wolf in Vienna. In 1926, he tied for 4-5th in Vienna; the event was won by Rudolf Spielmann. In 1927, he tied for 1st with Friedrich Sämisch in Mittweida. In 1927, he tied for 1st with Hans Müller in Vienna. In 1928, he tied for 2nd-5th in Vienna. In July–August 1928, he took 8th in the Amateur World Championship in The Hague; the event was won by Max Euwe. In 1928, he took 7th in Vienna. In 1929, he tied for 5-7th in Karlovy Vary, inaugurated the Vera Menchik Club as the first member; the event was won by Aron Nimzowitsch. In 1930, he took 3rd in Ebensee. In July 1931, Becker played for Austria at fourth board in the 4th Chess Olympiad in Prague.

He won individual gold medal there. In 1931, he won in Vienna. In 1932, he won in Vienna. In 1934, he tied for 1st with Erich Eliskases in Linz. In 1934, he tied for 7-9th in Bad Liebwerda; the event was won by Salo Flohr. In 1934, he won in Vienna. In 1935, he took 3rd, behind Ernő Gereben in Tatatovaros. In 1935, he tied for 3rd-5th in Vienna. In 1936, he took 11th in Zandvoort. In August 1936, he played for Austria at second board in unofficial Olympiad in Munich. Becker won individual bronze medal there. In 1937, he took 4th in Teplitz-Schönau. In 1937, he took 3rd in Vienna; the event was won by Paul Keres. After the Anschluss in March 1938, he tied for 1st with Ludwig Rellstab in Berlin. In July–August 1938, he tied for 5-7th in Bad Oeynhausen; the event was won by Eliskases. In December 1938, he tied for 4-5th in Karlsruhe. In June 1939, he took 5th in Vienna. Albert Becker was a Captain of the German team in the 8th Chess Olympiad at Buenos Aires 1939, he played at fourth board, won team gold medal.

In September 1939, when World War II broke out, he along with all members of the German team and many other participants of this Olympiad had decided to stay permanently in Argentina. In 1944, Alberto Becker took 3rd, in Buenos Aires. Becker was awarded the International Master title in 1953. Albert Becker at 365Chess.com

Suraj Ka Satvan Ghoda

Suraj Ka Satvan Ghoda is a 1992 Indian Hindi film directed by Shyam Benegal and based on the novel The Sun's Seventh Horse by Dharmavir Bharati. It won the 1993 National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi; the self-reflexive film is known for its subversive take on the "Devdas" syndrome. The film was produced by the National Film Development Corporation of India, it stars Rajeshwari Sachdev, Pallavi Joshi, Neena Gupta and Amrish Puri, among others. The Tamil film Autograph is based on Suraj Ka Satvan Ghoda; the storyteller Manek Mulla tells his friends three stories of three women he had known at different points of time in his life: Rajeshwari Sachdev, Pallavi Joshi, Neena Gupta. The three stories are revealed to be three different strands of a single tale as seen from the points of view of the different lead characters in the film; the lowest, slowest or the weakest in a group or society determines the speed or progress of the whole. The title of the film, a metaphor for the film itself, draws an analogy between society and the mythological iconography of the Sun's chariot drawn by seven horses.

The narrative style adds to the abstractness. He remembers the many stories narrated by Mulla, a born raconteur during their gossip sessions with two of their mutual friends. Rajit Kapur as Manek Mulla. K. Raina as Manek Mulla's older brother Raghuvir Yadav as Narrator.

Montgomery Township, Jennings County, Indiana

Montgomery Township is one of eleven townships in Jennings County, Indiana, USA. As of the 2010 census, its population was 978 and it contained 416 housing units. According to the 2010 census, the township has a total area of 20.23 square miles, of which 20.21 square miles is land and 0.01 square miles is water. The streams of Bear Creek, Davis Branch and Little Bear Creek run through this township. Commiskey Hilltown Paris Paris Crossing Lovett Township Lancaster Township, Jefferson County Graham Township, Jefferson County Marion Township The township contains one cemetery, Hopewell. Indiana State Road 3 Indiana State Road 250 U. S. Board on Geographic Names United States Census Bureau cartographic boundary files Indiana Township Association United Township Association of Indiana

Emory University Hospital Midtown

Emory University Hospital Midtown is a 511-bed acute care teaching hospital located in the SoNo district of Atlanta, United States, affiliated with Emory Healthcare. The hospital's CEO is Dan Owens. Emory University Hospital Midtown is staffed by more than 1,000 private-practice and Emory Clinic physicians, spanning 28 specialties including cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, neurosciences and vascular surgery, internal medicine, urology and gynecology. There is a level III neonatal ICU. Emory's Midtown hospital celebrated its 100-year anniversary in 2008; the institution's history dates back to 1908, when two physicians, Dr. Edward Campbell Davis and a former student of his, Dr. Luther C. Fischer, opened the 26-bed Davis-Fischer Sanatorium near present-day Turner Field. With just 26 beds, the hospital outgrew its capacity and by 1911, Davis and Fischer moved the hospital to its present site, opening an 85-bed Davis-Fischer Sanatorium on Linden Avenue. In 1931, the hospital was renamed Crawford W. Long Memorial Hospital in honor of Dr. Crawford W. Long, the Georgia physician who discovered sulphuric ether for use as an anesthetic, was the first doctor to use anesthesia during surgery.

Emory Crawford Long Hospital was renamed "Emory University Hospital Midtown", effective February 13, 2009. However, as part of Emory's commitment to honor a more than 100-year history of the original name,'Crawford W. Long Memorial Hospital' is retained on exterior monuments. Emory University Hospital Midtown Emory Crawford Long Hospital Emory Healthcare Web site