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Mettmann (district)

Mettmann is a Kreis in the middle of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Neighboring are the Ennepe-Ruhr, Rhein-Kreis Neuss, Rheinisch-Bergischer Kreis and the district-free cities Cologne, Wuppertal, Solingen, Düsseldorf, Duisburg, Mülheim, Essen, it is the most densely populated rural district in Germany. It was named after its district seat. In the 12th century the area of today's district became the property of the earldom Berg; when Napoleon occupied the area in 1792 it became a canton in the arrondissement Düsseldorf. After the Congress of Vienna the area went to Prussia in 1816 as part of the province Westphalia, the first district Mettmann was created; this district was merged from 1820 till 1861 with the district Elberfeld, which became a city in its own right, now it is part of Wuppertal. In 1877 the administrative seat was moved to Vohwinkel. In 1929 more of the area was given over to Wuppertal, the district was merged with the district Düsseldorf, to form the district Düsseldorf-Mettmann, with administrative seat in Düsseldorf.

In 1952 the seat went back to Mettmann, after the last reorganization of 1975/76 the district got back the old name. The cities Langenfeld and Monheim were included into the district while Kettwig became part of the city Essen; the district Mettmann is located just south of the Ruhr area, next to the big cities of Düsseldorf. Most famous is the valley of the small river Düssel, the Neanderthal, where the fossils of the human species Neanderthals were first found. Media related to Kreis Mettmann at Wikimedia Commons Official website Official tourism website

Revierderby

The Revierderby known as the Ruhr derby, is the name given to any association football match between two clubs in the Ruhr region – known in German as the Revier, a contraction of Bergbaurevier – in North Rhine-Westphalia, but always refers to the derby between Borussia Dortmund and FC Schalke 04. A local derby between other Ruhr teams is called a kleines Revierderby. Schalke lead the overall series with 58 wins, 41 draws, 51 losses; the rivalry began with a 4–2 Schalke victory on 3 May 1925. Schalke's style of play at the time was described by a newspaper of the era as a "wandering ball from man to man" in a series of short, flat passes.. The Schalker Kreisel was born. Schalke won all three matches played in the years 1925–1927; the two teams did not meet again until the creation of the Gauliga in 1936. Schalke: 3 victories, 0 draws, 0 losses 3 May 1925: Schalke 4:2 Dortmund 24 October 1926: Schalke 2:0 Dortmund 16 January 1927: Dortmund 2:7 Schalke With the creation of the Gauliga in 1936, Dortmund developed its intense rivalry with Schalke.

Schalke was the most successful German club of the era, six of the club's to date seven German Championships and one Cup victory date back to the years of 1933 to 1945. Schalke dominated the early meetings, winning 14 matches, losing only once, with one match played to a draw. August Lenz's goal on 14 November 1943 secured Dortmund's first victory against Schalke. Schalke: 14 victories, 1 draw, 1 loss Season 1936–37 20 December 1936: Schalke 4:1 Dortmund 7 March 1937: Dortmund 0:7 Schalke Season 1937–38 30 January 1938: Dortmund 3:3 Schalke 6 March 1938: Schalke 4:0 Dortmund Season 1938–39 18 September 1938: Schalke 6:0 Dortmund 12 March 1939: Dortmund 3:7 Schalke Season 1939–40 10 December 1939: Schalke 9:0 Dortmund 4 February 1940: Dortmund 0:7 Schalke Season 1940–41 20 October 1940: Schalke 10:0 Dortmund 2 February 1941: Dortmund 0:2 Schalke Season 1941–42 30 November 1941: Dortmund 1:6 Schalke 22 March 1942: Schalke 6:1 Dortmund Season 1942–43 29 November 1942: Schalke 2:0 Dortmund 26 December 1942: Dortmund 0:7 Schalke Season 1943–44 14 November 1943: Dortmund 1:0 Schalke 27 February 1944: Schalke 4:1 Dortmund Dortmund win the Westphalia championship final 3–2 over Schalke, ending Schalke's domination in the region.

Dortmund: 1 win, 0 draws, 0 losses 18 May 1947: Dortmund 3:2 Schalke The years 1947–63 continued to be a reversal of fortune for Dortmund, winning 9 of the first 13 Revierderbies during this era, losing only 7 of 32 overall. Dortmund won three Oberliga championships in these years. Dortmund: 15 wins, 10 draws, 7 losses Season 1947–48 21 September 1947: Schalke 1:1 Dortmund 18 January 1948: Dortmund 1:0 Schalke Season 1948–49 26 September 1948: Dortmund 5:2 Schalke 30 January 1949: Schalke 0:1 Dortmund Season 1949–50 16 October 1949: Dortmund 5:1 Schalke 12 March 1950: Schalke 2:1 Dortmund Season 1950–51 26 November 1950: Dortmund 3:0 Schalke 22 April 1951: Schalke 0:0 Dortmund Season 1951–52 9 September 1951: Schalke 3:0 Dortmund 20 January 1952: Dortmund 3:0 Schalke Season 1952–53 7 December 1952: Schalke 0:1 Dortmund 19 April 1953: Dortmund 1:0 Schalke Season 1953–54 29 November 1953: Schalke 0:3 Dortmund 4 April 1954: Dortmund 3:4 Schalke Season 1954–55 5 December 1954: Dortmund 0:0 Schalke 17 April 1955: Schalke 0:2 Dortmund Season 1955–56 26 November 1955: Schalke 1:3 Dortmund 8 April 1956: Dortmund 0:2 Schalke Season 1956–57 25 August 1956: Dortmund 3:2 Schalke 12 January 1957: Schalke 3:3 Dortmund Season 1957–58 1 September 1957: Schalke 2:2 Dortmund 5 January 1958: Dortmund 1:1 Schalke Season 1958–59 12 October 1958: Dortmund 1:3 Schalke 22 February 1959: Schalke 1:5 Dortmund Season 1959–60 20 September 1959: Schalke 5:0 Dortmund 24 January 1960: Dortmund 6:3 Schalke Season 1960–61 2 October 1960: Dortmund 0:0 Schalke 5 March 1961: Schalke 2:2 Dortmund Season 1961–62 7 April 1962: Schalke 5:3 Dortmund 25 November 1961: Dortmund 2:2 Schalke Season 1962–63 2 December 1962: Schalke 1:1 Dortmund 28 April 1963: Dortmund 1:0 Schalke The creation of the Bundesliga in 1963 began with Dortmund continuing their winning ways, by taking 8 of the first 10 meetings.

Schalke's 1–0 victory on 20 April 1968, saw the return of Schalke's fortune and the fall of Dortmund. After Dortmund's 0–3 defeat on 4 March 1972, subsequent relegation from the league, the teams did not play each other again until 1975. After Dortmund's return to the Bundesliga, Lothar Huber's goal in the 87th minute on 5 November 1977 gave Dortmund their first victory over Schalke in nearly ten years; the following years belonged to Dortmund, winning eleven matches to Schalke's six, culminating in a 3–2 victory in a German Cup match on 9 December 1988. Schalke's relegation after the 1987–88 season resulted in these teams not playing again until the 1991–92 campaign. Schalke's next Revierderby was remarkable. With Schalke managing only three goals in their first four matches after returning to the Bundesliga, Dortmund seemed assured of continuing their success. On 24 August 1991, in front of over 70,000 fans, former Dortmund midfielder Ingo Anderbrügge scored in the 2nd minute to put Schalke ahead 1–0.

However, Dortmund equalized in the 36th and the 1st half finished with the scored tied 1–1. In the 2nd half, Schalke exploded, stunning Dortmund 5–2. Dortmund's overall success that season eclipsed the defeat, winning the next Revierderby 2–0, finishing the league in second place that year, tied in points, but losing out to VfB Stuttgart on goal differential; the following years saw Schalke holding a slim advantage since 1991, winn

Scandalous Eva

Scandalous Eva is a 1930 German comedy film directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst and starring Henny Porten, Oskar Sima and Ludwig Stössel. The film's sets were designed by the art director Franz Schroedter. Henny Porten as Dr. Eva Rüttgers Oskar Sima as Dr. Kurt Hiller Ludwig Stössel as Dir. Rohrbach Paul Henckels as Prof. Hagen Adele Sandrock as Vulpius Käthe Haack as Käte Brandt Fritz Odemar as Lämmerberg Claus Clausen as Schlotterbeck Frigga Braut as Frau Schlotterbeck Karl Etlinger as Steinlechner Rentschler, Eric; the Films of G. W. Pabst: An Extraterritorial Cinema. Rutgers University Press, 1990. Scandalous Eva on IMDb

Karachi School of Art

Karachi School of Art was founded back in 1964 by Rabia Zuberi, thus making it the first private academic center of art in the country and first center of art education of any kind in the city of Karachi. At the time when the concept of KSA was conceived, there was little know-how regarding art and innovation in the region. There was lack of awareness among the people about the various opportunities that the creative industry has to offer, thus KSA is rendered as the pioneer at promoting art education and today takes pride in producing many eminent artists during its history. Degree 4 years Bachelors in DESIGN & MEDIA ARTS 4 Years Bachelors in TEXTILE DESIGNDiploma 4 Years Diploma in FINE ARTS 4 Years Diploma in COMMUNICATION DESIGN 4 Years Diploma in TEXTILE DESIGN 2 Years Diploma in DIGITAL MEDIA Department of Fine Art Offers four years diploma in Fine Arts with the major and minor subjects of painting and printmaking. By third year students get well acquainted with the media of Painting and Printmaking, so in the second term of third year one subject out of these is selected as the major area of specialization with one minor.

At the end of the fourth-year, students are required to submit a Final Project called thesis, taken as the apex of the studies. A panel of jurors evaluates the thesis project. Huge painting and drawing studios. Courses are designed to equip students with critical, creative & analytical knowledge/ skills essential provide range of career in the field of design. At the early stage of this Foundation + 3-years Communication Design studies, development of analytical techniques and drawing skills that help in visualization of ideas, are emphasized. Students get quite familiar with the history of the field of graphic design & its formal vocabulary i.e. colors, composition typography. In advance levels, students get more challenging studies where class assignments are taken more like real advertising campaign. Department enjoys the assistance of Professional visiting faculty in all related field, the facility of an exclusive computer lab to keep the perspective of the subject directly linked to the present professional requirements.

Karachi School of Art offers two years diploma courses in Digital Media keeping forth the latest developments in media and technologies. To impart basic understanding of design, computer graphics and concepts related to software and hardware is the main aim of these courses; the courses support the understanding related to the new interactive products, which are being developed in the field of communication. These courses provide a clear outline of hypermedia production to help students understand how programs are planned, produced and on web or on air; the courses offer training in a variety of Computer Graphics Systems, in-depth knowledge on technology, methodology, & application relevant to the design production of Computer Graphics. Truck Art Caravan 1994 in collaboration with PSO, supervised by Durriya Kazi; the purpose of the project was to bring art back to the people to whom it belongs and originate from. A truck decorated by art students in socio-political perspective, loaded with a mobile gallery traveled throughout the eminent city of Pakistan from Peshawar to Karachi in a month.1995 During Study Mehroz Karim worked as Asst Director at PTV he asst Film Jinnah 1998 Worked in Drama Srial Dusri Duniya first Pakistani play shoot in USA he started Drama in school 2005 co founder HUM Tv Artist Exchange Program 1997 in collaboration with Scotland Transport Museum.

This project Karachi School of Art sponsored the stay of an English artist Nicola Griffith and study of indigenous origin of the decoration of transport vehicles, i.e. trucks, rickshaw and carts. In response to that a Pakistani artist from KSA, Afshan Abid was invited to Scotland to work and decorate two most modern vehicles — a road liner and a commuter van — in the context of typical Pakistani decoration; the road liner was kept in regular services in decorated state for six month. The commuter van became the permanent exhibit of Scotland transport museum with the well-elaborated context of the join venture between two nations and from Karachi School of Art. Top seven positions in Athena Awards 1996, conducted by One to One communication. National awards secured by the artists belonging to Karachi School of Art on innumerable occasions. Academic position in board since birth of the Board of Technical Education Sindh, Karachi School of Art has always held the best track record in term of positions in board examination.

Admission in NCA postgraduate program. The standard of education in Karachi School of Art, in term of philosophy and craft, is positively recognized by National College of Art Lahore, by enrolling two graduates of Karachi School of Art in the second badge of masters program on the bases of four years diploma studies completed at KSA. Participation in Sheraton Art Festival every year. Since the beginning of this local event Karachi School of Art has been the largest contributor amongst all art institutions of Karachi. Commissioned paintings for Oman. In August 1999, a group of five young and promising artists — Abid Hassan, A. Q. Arif, Shariq Ayaz, Zia Haider and Moazam Ilyas Jilani — were invited at Oman's national day celebrations; the assignment was to paint on mesh and plywood surfa

NFPA 1123

NFPA 1123, subtitled Code for Fireworks Display is a code administered and published by the National Fire Protection Association. NFPA 1123 is the registered trademark of an American consensus standard which, like many NFPA documents, is systematically revised on a three year cycle; the standard, despite its title, is not a legal code, it is not published as an instrument of law and has no statutory authority unless adopted by the authority having jurisdiction. The standard adopted in the United States, is however deliberately crafted with language suitable for mandatory application to facilitate adoption into law by those empowered to do so; the scope of the document is described as below on the NFPA website: "Document Scope: 1.1.1 This code shall apply to the construction and use of fireworks and equipment intended for outdoor fireworks display. It shall apply to the general conduct and operation of the display. 1.1.2 This code shall not apply to the manufacture, transportation, or storage of fireworks at a manufacturing facility.

This code shall not apply to the testing of fireworks under the direction of its manufacturer, provided permission for such testing has been obtained from the authority having jurisdiction, which shall be in accordance with NFPA 1124, Code for the Manufacture and Storage of Fireworks and Pyrotechnic Articles. 1.1.3 This code shall not apply to the use of consumer fireworks by the general public. 1.1.4 This code shall not apply to the transportation, handling, or use of fireworks by the armed forces of the United States. 1.1.5 This code shall not apply to the transportation, handling, or use of industrial pyrotechnic devices or fireworks, such as railroad torpedoes, automotive and marine flares, smoke signals. 1.1.6 This code shall not apply to the use of pyrotechnic devices or materials in the performing arts at distances less than those specified in this code and used in conformance with NFPA 1126, Standard for the Use of Pyrotechnics before a Proximate Audience. 1.1.7 This code shall not apply to the use of flame special effects in the performing arts when used in conformance with NFPA 160, Standard for Flame Effects before an Audience.

1.1.8 This code shall not apply to the sale and use of model rockets, model rocket motors, motor reloading kits, pyrotechnic modules, or components used in conformance with NFPA 1122, Code for Model Rocketry, or other propulsion devices as classified by the U. S. Department of Transportation as Rocket Motors, or Cartridges, power device. 1.1.9 This code shall not apply to the use of explosives, firearms, or flammable special effects used in motion pictures, television, or other entertainment industries." The NFPA 1123 was created to help prevent damage of property and the injury or death of individuals during outdoor firework displays. This listing of sections from the 2006 edition shows the scope of the Code. General Information Referenced Publications Definitions Requirements for Display Fireworks Aerial Shells & Equipment Display Site Selection Floating Vessels and Floating Platforms Rooftops, Other Structures, Other Limited Egress Locations Operation of the Display Qualifications 2018 2014 2010 2006 2000 1995 Salt Lake City, Utah NFPA 1123 v2010 Booklet on NFPA.org NFPA 1123 v2006 Booklet on ConstructionBook.com National Fire Protection Association Fire code Fireworks Explosives shipping classification system HAZMAT Class 1 Explosives

RRS James Clark Ross

RRS James Clark Ross is a supply and research ship operated by the British Antarctic Survey. RRS James Clark Ross is named after the British explorer James Clark Ross, she replaced the RRS John Biscoe in 1991. In March 2018, RRS James Clark Ross was due to sample the marine life around the world's biggest iceberg, A-68, but was unable to reach the site due to thick sea ice in the Weddell Sea. RRS Ernest Shackleton, another British Antarctic Survey Royal Research Ship. RRS Sir David Attenborough, a new Royal Research Ship planned to enter service in 2019. James Ross Island Ship's current position at British Antarctic Survey