Luis Ramiro is a Spanish singer-songwriter. He was born in Madrid at San Cristóbal de los Ángeles. In 2004 he won the Certamen Jóvenes Creadores; that award allowed his participation in representing Spain in the Biennial of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean. His first disc was Castigado en el Cielo in 2007; the single from that album was "K. O. boy". The second disc Dramas y Caballeros was published in 2009. Dramas y Caballeros was a nominee for the Latin Grammy Awards of 2009: Best Recording Package. In 2010 he was nominee for the Premios Guilles named Premios la Noche en Vivo as best songwriter, he released his third album El Mundo por Delante on March 8, 2011. In 2011 he received for second year a nomination for the Premios Guilles as best songwriter. In 2012 he won the Premios Guilles as best songwriter. Luis Ramiro has shared the stage with Carlos Chaouen and Conchita. Luis is the first son of Francisco Vicente. In his early years, Luis was influenced by his father, because he used to listen to classical songwriters, Luis was fan of Mecano during his childhood, when he was 12 years old, he discovered that his father’s disc collection includes The Beatles “Red Album”, that Album left him inspired.
He began his musical career at the age of 18 playing bass in different styles bands, some time Andrés Lewin and he formed the “Playa Girón” band. As an artist, Luis Ramiro voiced that he was inspired by a number of performers; these include: Andrés Calamaro, Joaquín Sabina, Quique González, Radiohead, Björk, Joan Manuel Serrat, Nick Cave, Los Piratas, Sigur Rós, Tom Waits, The Killers, Enrique Bunbury, La Buena Vida and the Johnsons, Robert Smith, The Cure, The Stone Roses, Jorge Drexler, Andrés Lewin, Charly García, Albert Plá, R. E. M. La Excepción, Tote King, Los Planetas, Nosoträsh, Love of Lesbian, Franco Battiato. In 2010 his lyric "Mayo de 2002" was included in "marcoELE" Non - studio album 2002: “Por no molestar” 2003: “Rodeado de Genios” 2005: “Tristefeliz”Album 2007: “Castigado en el Cielo” 2009: “Dramas y Caballeros” 2011: “El Mundo por Delante” 2013: "El monstruo del armario" During his career, Luis Ramiro has performed at a large number of benefit concerts, he was invited to perform by the Federación de Asociaciones para la Prevención del Maltrato Infantil on February 26, 2007.
Luis Ramiro was invited by the Federación Española de Instituciones para el síndrome de Down to sing in the World Down Syndrome Day Gala Performance on March 21, 2009. In June 2010, he sang to raise funds for the construction of the orphanage building in Uganda. In this month he was invited by the “Asociación Leganés con el Pueblo Saharaui” to sing in benefit show to help raise money for Saharaui refugee camps in Tindouf, he sang at Ciudad Real concert fund-raising for the NGO FARMAMUNDI CLM on Friday 22 October 2010. In February 2011, he visited the Niño Jesús Hospital, to perform for the Mood Disorders Unit patients. In March 2011, Luis Eduardo Aute, Ismael Serrano, Pedro Guerra, Carlos Chaouen, Andrés Suárez and Luis Ramiro collaborated singing to raise money for Palestinian people. Luis Ramiro earned two nominations. Official website
Grand Prince was the title used by contemporary sources to name the leader of the federation of the Hungarian tribes in the tenth century. The Grand Prince was elected by the leaders of the federation of the seven Hungarian tribes and the three Kabar tribes that joined the Hungarians before 830. However, the first Grand Prince, Álmos, father of Árpád, was more appointed by the Khagan of the Khazars, it is still under discussion whether the Grand Prince was the spiritual leader of the federation, the military commander of the Hungarian tribes or the title was a new creation. When the Hungarians were pushed out of Etelköz and moved to the Carpathian Basin, the Grand Prince's power seemed to be decreasing. By the time of Géza, Transylvania had been ruled by a independent leader. Stephen had to conquer not only the territories of the gyula, but the lands of Ahtum and the Black Magyars; the title disappeared on the coronation of Stephen I on 25 December 1000 or 1 January 1001. Álmos Árpád Zolta Fajsz Taksony Géza Stephen / Vajk We do not know how many grand princes of Hungary ruled between the supposed death date of Árpád‘s death and Fajsz, because it seems that the chroniclers of the Hungarian kings, who came from the branch of Solt after 1000, wanted to make the people of the kingdom, to forget the rule between 907 and 950, of the other branches of the Árpád dynasty, coming from the other 3 sons of Árpád: Tarkacsu/Liüntika, Jutocsa, who, or their offspring ruled at this period Hungary, according to the nomadic custom of agnatic seniority, used by the Hungarian rulers before 1000.
The quietness of the chronicles is the reason why today's historians cannot establish the whole list of the Hungarian grand princes between 907-955, we know only about Solt and Fajsz from the book of the Byzantine emperor Constantine VII, De Administrando Imperio, which preserved a longer list of names from the Árpád-family, than the Hungarian chronicles, preoccupied only with the ruling branch of Solt. The reason of forgetting Fajsz from the Hungarian chronicles was the fact that he was not son of Solt, but of Jutocsa, without the help of De Administrando Imperio, we would not know anything about his existence; the De Administrando Imperio preserved the name of Fajsz as the Grand Prince of the Hungarians, because it was written during his reign. But about the names of the other grand princes, who were not from the branch of Solt, who ruled before and after him, we know nothing. Principality of Hungary List of Hungarian rulers King of Hungary Korai Magyar Történeti Lexikon, főszerkesztő: Kristó, szerkesztők: Engel, Pál és Makk, Ferenc Kristó, Gyula: A Kárpát-medence és a magyarság régmúltja
The masenqo or chira-wata is a single-stringed bowed lute found in the musical traditions of Ethiopia and Eritrea. As with the krar, this instrument is used by Ethiopian minstrels called azmaris. Although it functions in a purely accompaniment capacity in songs, the masenqo requires considerable virtuosity, as azmaris accompany themselves while singing; the square- or diamond-shaped resonator is made of four small wooden boards glued together covered with a stretched parchment or rawhide. The single string is made of horse hair, passes over a bridge; the instrument is tuned by means of a large tuning. It may be bowed by either the right or left hand, the non-bow hand sits on top of the upper part of the string. Music of Ethiopia Music of Eritrea
The Yorkville Bank Building at 201–203 East 85th Street, 1511–1515 Third Avenue, New York City, was designed by Robert Maynicke. An example of Renaissance Revival architecture, it was built for the Yorkville Bank in 1905 and was designated a landmark by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission in 2012; the building was operated as a bank until 1991, when it was converted to retail space on its ground floor and a fitness center on its upper floors. List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Manhattan from 59th to 110th Streets National Register of Historic Places listings in Manhattan from 59th to 110th Streets
This is a list of characters for the manga and anime series Golden Kamuy. Saichi Sugimoto Voiced by: Chikahiro Kobayashi, he served a private first class in the 1st Division of the Imperial Japanese Army, fought in the battle of 203 Hill. He was feared for his savage fighting style and amazing toughness on the battlefield, gaining the nickname "Immortal Sugimoto", he seeks the gold to provide for the blind wife of his dead comrade Toraji. Asirpa Voiced by: Haruka Shiraishi, she seeks to avenge her father. Her Japanese name is Asuko Kochoube. Yoshitake Shiraishi Voiced by: Kentarō Itō, he is captured by Sugimoto, agrees to a truce after they need each other's help to survive the bitter cold after they fall in a river. He is based on Yoshie Shiratori. Kiroranke See Kiroranke. Genjirō Tanigaki See Genjirō Tanigaki. Inkarmat See Inkarmat. Cikapasi See Cikapasi. Ryū See Ryū. Toshizō Hijikata Voiced by: Jouji Nakata, Yuichi Nakamura. Assumed to have been dead for decades, he was held in secret as a political prisoner before escaping alongside the tattooed convicts.
He forms a group to search for the gold, which he plans to use to fund the secession of Hokkaido and creation of a second Republic of Ezo. Shinpachi Nagakura Voiced by: Takayuki Sugō, Kazuya Nakai. Loyal to Hijikata, he learns he is still alive while working as the swordsmanship instructor for the guards at Kabato Prison. Tatsuuma Ushiyama Voiced by: Kenji Nomura, he allies himself with Hijikata in pursuit of the gold, but does not share his nationalistic ambitions. Kano Ienaga See Kano Ienaga. Hyakunosuke Ogata See Hyakunosuke Ogata. Kantarō and Kamezō See Kantarō and Kamezō. Anji Toni See Anji Toni. Kadokura See Kadokura. Kirawus See Kirawus. Tokushirō Tsurumi Voiced by: Hōchū Ōtsuka. Harboring a grudge against the Japanese government for their failure to extract remuneration from Russia for Japanese veterans of the Russo-Japanese War, he seeks to use the Ainu gold to lead a coup d'état to form an independent Hokkaido, his forehead is covered by a metal plate, due to a head injury he sustained from an artillery bombardment during the Russo-Japanese War.
He suffers from the after effects of severe brain damage, including mood swings and sudden outbursts of violence. Hyakunosuke Ogata Voiced by: Kenjiro Tsuda, his father Kojirō Hanazawa, a lieutenant general, was the commander of the 7th during the Russo-Japanese War. Skeptical about Tsurumi's ambitions, he joins Hijikata's group, he joins with the Sugimoto group on the occasion. However, he was in reality colluding with Kiroranke. Genjirō Tanigaki Voiced by: Yoshimasa Hosoya. After an extended stay in a kotan to recover from an injury, he joins Sugimoto's group to fulfill a promise to Asirpa's grandmother to bring Asirpa home safely. Hajime Tsukishima Voiced by: Eiji Takemoto. Stoic and serious, he acts as the straight man to Tsurumi's and Koito's eccentric personalities. Kōhei Nikaidō Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita. Seeks revenge for his twin brother, Youhei Nikaidou, killed by Sugimoto. Otonoshin Koito Voiced by: Katsuyuki Konishi. Though intelligent, he is sheltered and inexperienced, with his navy rear admiral father Heiji Koito having kept him from fighting in the Russo-Japanese War.
Usami Voiced by: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka. He is unfailingly loyal to Tsurumi. Shirosuke Inudō Voiced by: Takaya Hashi. Kadokura Voiced by: Yoshito Yasuhara, he tends to have poor luck. Usami See Usami. "Noppera-bo" Voiced by: Fake Noppera-bo: Kōichi Sōma
Interleukin 5 receptor, alpha known as CD125 is a subunit of the Interleukin-5 receptor. IL5RA denotes its human gene; the protein encoded by this gene is an interleukin 5 specific subunit of a heterodimeric cytokine receptor. The receptor is composed of a ligand specific alpha subunit and a signal transducing beta subunit shared by the receptors for interleukin 3, colony stimulating factor 2, interleukin 5; the binding of this protein to IL5 depends on the beta subunit. The beta subunit is activated by the ligand binding, is required for the biological activities of IL5; this protein has been found to interact with syndecan binding protein, required for IL5 mediated activation of the transcription factor SOX4. Six alternatively spliced. Interleukin 5 receptor alpha subunit has been shown to interact with: Interleukin 5, Janus kinase 2, Protein unc-119 homolog, SDCBP Cluster of differentiation Benralizumab Mepolizumab Reslizumab IL5RA+protein,+human at the US National Library of Medicine Medical Subject Headings Overview of all the structural information available in the PDB for UniProt: Q01344 at the PDBe-KB.
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