Mobile Fighter G Gundam known in Japan as Mobile Fighting Legend G Gundam, is a 1994 Japanese animated television series produced by Sunrise and the fifth installment in the long running Gundam franchise. The series is set in the "Future Century", where space colonies representing countries have agreed to hold an organized fighting tournament known as the "Gundam Fight" every four years to settle their political differences in place of war; each colony sends a representative fighter piloting a giant, humanoid mecha called a Gundam to battle on Earth until only one is left, the winning nation earns the right to govern over all the colonies until the next tournament. The events of G Gundam follow Domon Kasshu, the pilot of Neo Japan's Shining Gundam during the 13th Gundam Fight. Domon's mission is to both win the tournament and to track down his older brother, believed to have stolen the mysterious Devil Gundam from the Neo Japan government. Commemorating the 15th anniversary of the Gundam brand, G Gundam was produced to reboot the waning popularity of the long-running franchise.
It is the first Gundam series with a self-contained plot set in an alternate calendar era from the original "Universal Century" timeline. Additionally, the show casts aside many of the conventions set by its predecessors and takes many new steps for its franchise, such as a focus on martial arts and decisive, personal duels as opposed to large-scale military conflicts. G Gundam was directed by Yasuhiro Imagawa, with its settings and characters influenced by the director's interest in world cinema; the anime's real world locales were drawn from numerous foreign films and were planned using location scouting. G Gundam ran for 49 episodes on Japan's TV Asahi from April 22, 1994 to March 31, 1995. An English-language version produced by Bandai Entertainment aired in the United States on Cartoon Network's Toonami block beginning on August 5, 2002. Since its original broadcast, G Gundam has spawned manga, audio albums, video games, guide books, several lines of scale models. During its conception and Japanese television debut, G Gundam was met with controversy among its production staff and fans because the show takes a wildly different turn from all previous entries in the Gundam universe.
However, for that reason the series is cited as a milestone in its long-running franchise and proved popular in the region. Reception for G Gundam has been positive in North America. Reviewers praised the primary characters and mecha as unique and stylized, but disagreed on the plot. While some critics enjoyed the bold and campy divergence from the more dramatic social and political undertones traditional of Gundam, others found G Gundam's story diffusely shallow, repetitive, or not up to standards set by its anime predecessors. Unlike previous series in the Gundam franchise which are set in the "Universal Century" timeline, Mobile Fighter G Gundam takes place in an alternate "Future Century" universe. Within this timeline, much of mankind has abandoned a ruined Earth to live in space colonies; the countries on Earth have corresponding colonies just outside the planet's atmosphere. Rather than fight wars for political and social dominance, the colonies agree to hold a "Gundam Fight" tournament every four years.
Each country sends to Earth a representative piloting a highly-advanced, humanoid mobile fighter called a Gundam. The Gundams compete with one another in one-on-one battles, under a strict set of rules, until only one fighter remains; each Gundam is controlled directly by the user within the cockpit using the "Mobile Trace System", a gesture recognition and feedback mechanism whereby the Gundam mimics the pilot's own body motion, combat skills, weapon-wielding capabilities. G Gundam opens at the start of the 13th Gundam Fight in Future Century year 60 and follows Neo Japan's Domon Kasshu, fighter of his nation's Shining Gundam and bearer of the coveted "King of Hearts" martial arts crest. Aside from winning the tournament, Domon's mission is to track down his fugitive, older brother Kyoji, who stole the experimental Dark Gundam from Neo Japan's government, leaving their mother dead and their father to be arrested and placed in a cryogenic state. Under orders from Major Ullube Ishikawa and his childhood friend and mechanic Rain Mikamura travel from country to country, challenging each one's Gundam while searching for clues to the whereabouts of Kyoji and the Dark Gundam.
Domon's initial matches with Neo America's Chibodee Crocket, Neo France's George DeSand, Neo China's Sai Sai Ci, Neo Russia's Argo Gulskii end in draws, gaining mutual respect among the fighters. As they encounter Gundam pilots who had come in contact with the Dark Gundam and Rain learn of its unique cellular properties to regenerate and evolve by infecting organic matter and causing violent behavior in living things; the duo journey to Neo Tokyo, a city decimated by the Dark Gundam's army of mobile weapons. Domon reunites with his esteemed martial arts instructor Master Asia, the champion of the last Gundam Fight, the former King of Hearts, one-time leader of an elite group of Gundam fighters called the Shuffle Alliance. After Domon and Rain help the city's survivors defend their last outpost in Shinjuku, Master Asia reveals himself as a servant of the Dark Gundam, having gained control over Chibodee, Sai Sai Ci, Argo using Dark Gundam cells; the four remaining members of the Shuffle Alliance intervene and vow to destroy their previous leader for his crimes.
The Alliance members offer their
Jang-geum was reputedly the first female Royal Physician in Korean history. She was mentioned 10 times in the Annals of the Joseon Dynasty, it is known that King Jungjong was pleased with Jang-geum's medical knowledge and trusted her with taking care of the royal family. Henceforth, Jang-geum became the third highest-ranking officer in the Court, was granted the use of Dae before her first name; some sources attest to Jang-geum as a real person and it is still a topic of debate among scholars. Mentions of "Jang-geum", sometimes alongside the title "female doctor", were noted on 10 occasions: 04 April 1515: Some court officers sent petitions to King Jungjong to punish all the uinyeo that had attended to the deceased Queen, including Jang-geum. Queen Janggyeong died past midnight on 16 March due to post-partum complications resulting from the birth of the legitimate heir; this was the first recorded entry as well as mention of Jang-geum's name in the Annals. 05 April 1515: In reply to the above petition, King Jungjong refused: "Jang-geum deserved a big credit for her role in the safe childbirth, but I have never rewarded her for her actions until now, because of other affairs.
Now you are telling me to punish her because the Queen is dead, but I won't do that as well as I won't reward her." 24 September 1522: Jungjong was recorded to have rewarded the staff of the medical department after the Queen Mother recovered from an illness. Jang-geum was rewarded 10 sacks of beans. 08 January 1525: Jungjong commented, after an illness: " However, Dae Jang-geum was better than any other uinyeo. As a result, she was permitted to look after the King"; this was the first recorded instance of the title "dae" attached to Jang-geum's name in the Annals. 06 March 1533: Jungjong commented on his state of health: "I have recovered from a sickness of several months. The royal physicians deserve reward. Uinyeo Dae Jang-geum and Kye-geum will each be rewarded 15 sacks of rice, 15 sacks of beans, 10 bolts of cloth." 21 February 1544: Jungjong commented on an order: "I haven't been able to execute my duties for a long time since I caught a cold. A few days ago, I attended an academic seminar.
I told the royal physicians Park Se-geo and Hong Chim, as well as uinyeo Dae Jang-geum, Eun-bi, the rest to discuss about the prescription with the medical officer-in-charge. " 02 March 1544: In relation to above, Jungjong recovered from his cold, was recorded to have rewarded the royal physicians and their staff. Dae Jang-geum was rewarded 5 sacks of rice and beans; this was the last record. 09 November 1544: The Annals recorded a conversation between the high-ranking ministers of the court and of Jang-geum, regarding on their enquiry on Jungjong's health. Wherein afterwards the physicians Park Se-geo and Hong Chim examined Jungjong's pulse and prescribed medications. Jang-geum was quoted: "His Majesty slept around midnight yesterday, has slept for a short time at dawn, he just passed his urine, but has been constipated for around 3 days." 10 November 1544: Jungjong commented: "I'm still constipated. What prescription should be made is under discussion; the female physician knows all about my condition," referring to the previous entry, where Jang-geum's reply was inserted as a complementary side-note.
13 November 1544: The Annals reported that Jungjong has recovered, transmitted to ministers who came by in greeting. Afterwards Jungjong granted all of the medical officers in attendance a holiday. Jungjong mentioned that Jang-geum visited him in the morning, told her that he had passed his stool and that he had felt immense relief; this was the last recorded entry as well as direct mention of Jang-geum's name in the Annals. 16 days Jungjong passed away. Jang-geum was mentioned in a book title "Yi dynasty Medical Officer's Journal"; the following was a text regarding Jang-geum's origins and achievements, as recorded in the medical journal. "Medical Lady Jang-geum, whose origins cannot be traced, received the right to be called "Dae Jang-geum" under an edict issued by the 11th King of Korea, Jungjong, in the 18th year of his reign. At that time, there was no precedent of a Medical Lady treating a King, but the King trusted in Jang-geum's method of treating illness with food. Jang-geum, with the granting of the right to use "Dae" in her name, is an epic lady whose name will be recorded in the history books."
Savvas Siatravanis is a Greek professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Super League 2 club Panachaiki. Siatravanis signed for AEL in 2008. After a year playing with the team's U18 and U21 squads, he was promoted to the first team on 27 May 2009, having signed a five-year contract, he made his debut in European competitions during a 2009-10 Europa League qualifier against KR Reykjavík from Iceland. He was the youngest Greek player to play in a European match, being 16 years 7 months and 22 days old. On 29 June 2016 Siatravanis signed for Football League club Apollon Smyrnis on a one-year contract. On 15 December 2016 he scored a hat-trick against Panathinaikos for the Greek Cup; the game ended Apollon Smyrni was eliminated from the next round. In the 2016–17 season he recorded the best stats of his career with 13 goals and 5 assists in 31 appearances, his team gained promotion after winning the title. On 8 June 2017 the team's administration extended his contract for another year, acknowledging his precious contribution.
On 25 August 2018, Kerkyra announced the signing of Siatravanis on a two-year deal. On 4 November 2018, he scored his first goal for the club in a 1-0 home win against his old club, Iraklis. On 25 November 2018, he opened. On 15 December 2018, he scored in a 1-1 home draw against Trikala. Savvas Siatravanis at Soccerway Savvas Siatravanis at WorldFootball.net Savvas Siatravanis at FootballDatabase.eu
MSX BASIC is a dialect of the BASIC programming language. It is an extended version of Microsoft's MBASIC Version 4.5, adding support for graphic and various peripherals attached to MSX microcomputers. MSX-BASIC is designed to follow GW-BASIC, released the same year for IBM PCs and clones. During the creation of MSX-BASIC, effort was made to make the system expandable. MSX BASIC came bundled in the ROM of all MSX computers. At system start-up MSX BASIC is invoked, causing its command prompt to be displayed, unless other software placed in ROM takes control; when MSX BASIC is invoked, the ROM code for BIOS and the BASIC interpreter itself are visible on the lower 32K of the Z80 addressing space. The upper 32K are set to RAM. MSX BASIC development environment is similar to other versions of Microsoft BASIC, it has a command line-based Integrated Development Environment system. The user interface is completely command line based, except for the function key shortcuts at the bottom and an initial copyright notice at the top of the screen.
Every new version of the MSX computer was bundled with an updated version of MSX BASIC. All versions are backward compatible and provide new capabilities to explore the new and extended hardware found on the newer MSX computers. Bundled with MSX1 computers 16 KB in size No native support for floppy disk requiring the Disk BASIC cartridge extension Support for all available screen modes: Screen 0 Screen 1 Screen 2 Screen 3 Full support for hardware sprites and interrupt-driven automatic collision detection Full support for the General Instruments AY-3-8910 Programmable Sound Generator Note that the Brazilian MSX "clones" by Sharp and Gradiente show other versions of MSX-BASIC, but they're just unlicensed MSX BASIC 1.0. Bundled with MSX2 computers 32 KB in size Added support for new available screen modes, including graphic modes with 212 progressive or 424 interlaced lines: Updated Screen 0 Screen 5 Screen 6 Screen 7 Screen 8 Added support for multicolored sprites Added support for hardware accelerated graphics functions Added support for using the lower 32K RAM of the computer as a limited RAM disk.
MSX BASIC 2.1 supports using the memory mapper to expand this RAM disk to 90kB. MSX BASIC 2.1 exists on computers like the Philips MSX2 machines, the Yamaha YIS-805 and Sanyo MPC-2300. Bundled with MSX2+ computers 32 KB in size Added command SET SCROLL for smooth, hardware based scrolling in BASIC Added support for new available screen modes: Screen 10 Screen 11 Screen 12 Bundled with the Panasonic FS-A1ST MSX turbo R model Added _PAUSE command to make delays in BASIC independent of the current CPU and clock Added extra commands for the PCM device Bundled with the Panasonic FS-A1GT MSX turbo R model Added MIDI extensions Since MSX BASIC was meant to be expandable from inception, it was possible to write add-on modules quite easily. Support for specific hardware was added by means of expansion cartridges, which served as the interface to the hardware in question. MSX Disk-BASIC is an example, bundled in the cartridge that provides the hardware interface to the disk drives, it adds commands to access the floppy disk drives.
MSX.bas - A Portuguese website focusing on development in MSX-BASIC. MSX2 Technical Handbook, Chapter 2: BASIC - Official documentation of MSX-BASIC 2.0, generated manually from a printed copy of MSX2 Technical Handbook
Ihor Malysh is a professional Ukrainian former football midfielder. Malysh is a product of the Kovel-Volyn Sportive School System, began his professional career in 2000 in the Ukrainian Second League with FC Podillya Khmelnytskyi. In 2001, he played in the Ukrainian First League with FC Volyn Lutsk, featured with the reserve team FC Kovel-Volyn Kovel in the Ukrainian Second League. In 2003, the team secured promotion as a result; the following season he played abroad in the Belarusian Premier League with FC Neman Grodno. During his tenure in Grodno he featured in the 2005 UEFA Intertoto Cup against Tescoma Zlín. After a season abroad he returned to the Ukrainian First League, played with FC Obolon Kyiv, he played with FC Zakarpattia Uzhgorod, FC Krymteplytsia Molodizhne. In 2012, he went abroad for the second time to play in the Israeli Premier League with Maccabi Petah Tikva F. C.. He returned to the Ukrainian First League the following year, had stints with FC Avanhard Kramatorsk, Nyva Ternopil, FC Naftovyk-Ukrnafta Okhtyrka, FC Mykolaiv.
In 2016, he played in the Ukrainian Second League with NK Veres Rivne, before returning to Avanhard Kramatorsk in 2016. After his release from Avanhard he began his third spell abroad in the Canadian Soccer League with FC Ukraine United. In his debut season in Toronto he assisted in securing the First Division title. Canadian Soccer League First Division: 2018 Ihor Malysh at the Football Federation of Ukraine Ihor Malysh at Soccerway Ihor Malysh at FootballFacts.ru
The Idra, which means threshing floor in Aramaic, is a Kabbalistic work included in printings of the Zohar, was written and appended to the main body of the Zohar at a date. Contemporary scholars believe the Idra dates to the third generation of Zoharic literature, which produced the Tikunei haZohar, the Ra'aya Meheimna, other Zoharic material; the main body of the Zohar, or guf ha-zohar, dates to the second generation of Zoharic material. There are two texts in Zoharic literature called Idra: the first being the Idra Rabba, or "greater Idra", the second being the Idra Zuta, or "lesser Idra", with these two texts being intimately connected to each other; the story of the Idroth is as follows: Idra Rabba: R. Shimon bar Yohai convenes with nine other scholars, they gather in the sacred אִדְרָא, or threshing field, where they thresh out secrets; each scholar expounds various configurations of the partsufim, three of them die in ecstasy while doing so. Idra Zuta: Years at RASHB"I's deathbed, the seven still-living scholars come to his deathbed, along with the whole heavenly host.
He alone explains the configurations of the partsufim, so this work is more unified. RASHB "I wavers between the next, he directed his students to celebrate his passing that day as a Yom Hillula, as it would Messianically unite the immanent and transcendent Divine Lights of Creation. The Idra Zuta is considered the deepest teachings of the Zohar. In the standard printed edition of the Zohar, the Idra Rabba is printed in Naso, the Idra Zuta is printed in Ha'azinu. 16th century Lurianic Kabbalah systemised the Zoharic Partzufim in its recasting of the whole Kabbalistic scheme. On one occasion, as recorded by Chaim Vital, Isaac Luria convened his students in the traditional location of the Idra Rabba Assembly near Meron, placing each one in the designated location of their former incarnations as the students of RASHB"I. In so doing, he identified himself with Shimon Bar Yohai. Zohar Partzufim Yom Hillula William Oscar Emil Oesterley, George Herbert Box. A Short Survey of the Literature of Rabbinical and Mediæval Judaism.
Macmillan. P. 248. Idra Rabba. Vital, Hayyim. Shaar ha-Gilgulim. Thirty Seven Books Publishing. P. 534. ISBN 0-9727924-0-6. Archived from the original on 2013-12-12. Retrieved 2010-08-16. Fine, Lawrence. Rodrigue, Aron. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. P. 480. ISBN 0-8047-4826-8. Retrieved 2010-08-16