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Mount Limbara

Mount Limbara is a rocky granitic massif in north-eastern Sardinia, Italy. It is located in the historical region of Gallura, its highest peak is Punta Sa Berritta. Its area belongs to the comuni of Calangianus, Tempio Pausania and Oschiri, in the province of Olbia-Tempio; the name could derive from the Latin Limes Balares, given it by the Romans as it marked the frontier with the territory still in the hands of the Balares, a late Nuragic tribe. Mount Limbara was put to fire in 1936 and its woods made of cork oaks were replaced with pines, after a work of reforestation. After the World War II were planted forests of giant sequoias, too. On the top of the massif was located a NATO U. S. Air Force Communications Relay Station and a Carabinieri's barrack. Today it is used as a telecommunications center for the Italian Air Force and a heliport for the Servizio Antincendi, it is the location of all the major TV relay stations of West Sardinia

GuaranĂ¡ DSL

Guaraná DSL is a Domain-Specific Language to design enterprise application integration solutions at a high-level of abstraction. The resulting models are platform-independent, so engineers do not need to have skills on a low-level integration technology when designing their solutions. Furthermore, this design can be re-used to automatically generate executable EAI solutions for different target technologies Functionality and structure of an EAI solution are defined by using the language building blocks, tasks, decorator and integration links. Guaraná's tasks are based on the Enterprise Integration Patterns by Bobby Woolf, it is possible to design the internal structure of all kinds of building blocks and its communication ports by using tasks. Applications that participate in the integration solution are documented using decorators as well as its layers being used as communication interface. Below you have a list of the main constructor of Guaraná DSL. Decorators: to provide visual information about the participating applications in the EAI solution and their layer.

Processes: serve two purposes, namely: there are processes that allow to wrap applications and processes that allow to integrate them. The former are reusable processes that endow an application with a message-oriented API that simplifies interacting with it. Implementing such a wrapping process may range from using a JDBC driver to interact with a database to implementing a scrapper that emulates the behaviour of a person who interacts with a user interface. Speaking, this is known as wrapping an application in the literature. Integration processes, on the contrary, are intended to orchestrate the interactions with a number of wrapping processes and other integration processes. Processes rely on tasks to perform their orchestration activities. Put, a process can be viewed as a message processor. Slots: are memory buffers used within building blocks for port to task and task to task internal communications. Tasks: appear inside processes and wrappers. A task reads messages from incoming slots, processes them and deposits the result in the outcome slot.

Part of them are based on the enterprise integration patterns proposed by Gregor Hohpe and Bobby Woolf. Ports: are used to communicate the internal building blocks of an EAI solution and the EAI solution with its applications. Integration links: are channels, they are used to connect the entry/exit ports used by building blocks. Below you can see an example of EAI solution designed with Guaraná DSL: Below you can find studies comparing Guaraná DSL with other technologies: Guaraná x Acceleo Guaraná x Camel, ServiceMix, SpringIntegration and BizTalk Server i2Factory: Smart Innovation Guaraná DSL Guaraná SDK Guaraná Connecting Solutions A Proposal to Detect Errors in Enterprise Application Integration Solutions, Journal of Systems and Software. First published online. - http://www.guarana-project.net/rzfrantz/publications/jss-2011.pdf Software Development Kit to Implement Integration Solutions, In 27th Symposium On Applied Computing. 2012.. - http://www.guarana-project.net/rzfrantz/publications/sac-2012.pdf An Efficient Orchestration Engine for the Cloud, In 3rd IEEE International Conference on Coud Computing Technology and Science.

711-716. 2011. - http://www.guarana-project.net/rzfrantz/publications/cloud-com-2011.pdf A Domain-Specific Language to Design Enterprise Application Integration Solutions, International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems, Vol. 20, No. 2. Pp. 143–176. - http://www.guarana-project.net/rzfrantz/publications/ijcis-2011.pdf A Roadmap on Integrating Applications and Data on the Web, In Conference on Software Engineering and Databases. 133-142. 2010. - http://www.guarana-project.net/rzfrantz/publications/jisbd-2010.pdf On the Design of a Domain Specific Language for Enterprise Application Integration Solutions In 2nd International Workshop on Model-Driven Service Engineering. V608. 19-30. 2010. - http://www.guarana-project.net/rzfrantz/publications/mose-2010.pdf Towards Automatic Code Generation for EAI Solutions using DSL Tools, In Conference on Software Engineering and Databases. 134-145. 2009. - http://www.guarana-project.net/rzfrantz/publications/jisbd-2009.pdf Towards a Fault-Tolerant Architecture for Enterprise Application Integration Solutions, In On the Move Federated Conferences.

2009. Http://www.guarana-project.net/rzfrantz/publications/iwssa-2009.pdf Una Comparación de ESBs desde la Perspectiva de la Integración de Aplicaciones, In Conference on Software Engineering and Databases. 2008. - http://www.guarana-project.net/rzfrantz/publications/jisbd-2008.pdf Advances in a DSL for Application Integration, ZOCO, 54-66. 2008. - http://www.guarana-project.net/rzfrantz/publications/zoco-2008.pdf

Shea Butter Baby (song)

"Shea Butter Baby" is a song by American singer Ari Lennox and American rapper J. Cole; the song was produced by Elite and Shroom, was released on November 16, 2018, on the soundtrack for the sports drama film Creed II, titled Creed II: The Album. It was released as a single on February 26, 2019, for Ari Lennox's album Shea Butter Baby; the song made an appearance in the film Creed II, as Ari Lennox spoke to Billboard during her Creed II red carpet interview on what inspired her to create the song and cited her influences saying: This is such an honor. It’s one of the biggest things that’s happened to me, Creed is such a real and phenomenal franchise, so this is insane, it came out of nowhere. I had the song written for a while, the label submitted it and the director just happened to love it. I feel lucky as hell. Elite was doing what he does, it sounded beautiful. I was just going for Missy Elliott mixed with Raphael Saadiq vibes, it all worked out and Cole hopped on it about a month ago and changed my life again.

It sounds great and he killed it. In an interview with Billboard, Elite talked about how the song was created saying, "We were at my place in L. A. and making a bunch of songs. It happened quickly. I made the beat fast, she came up with the song fast. We recorded it. We looked at it like just another, we sent it around to our team." A few months they revisited the track to find what songs will make the album, Cole wanted to get on the song. The lyric video for the song was released on November 18, 2018, with selections of multiple different scenes from Creed II; the official music video was released on February 20, 2019, was directed by Bennett Johnson, which surpassed 3 million views via YouTube within the first week. The video depicts the downs of a relationship between Ari and her partner. Cole appears around the halfway mark of the video as he spits his verse while standing in a vacant space with Lennox. Credits and personnel adapted from Spotify. Courtney Shenade Salter – main artist, lyricist Jermaine Cole – main artist, lyricist Anthony Parrino – composer, lyricist Tim Schoegje – composer, lyricist Elite — producer Shroom — additional producer

List of Miami Dolphins broadcasters

The Miami Dolphins' flagship radio station is AM 560 WQAM. WQAM has carried Dolphins broadcasts during the 1997-04, 2007-09 NFL Seasons; the radio broadcast team features Jimmy Cefalo providing play-by-play commentary and Joe Rose providing color commentary during preseason games, along with Griese for regular season games. Griese replaced longtime color commentator Jim Mandich. Mandich lost his fight with cancer in 2011; the Miami Dolphins Radio Network is a statewide network of radio stations in Florida. Most preseason games are seen on WFOR in Miami/Fort Lauderdale, WTVX in West Palm Beach/Fort Pierce, WBBH in Fort Myers with announcers Dick Stockton, Bob Griese, Nat Moore. ESPN reporter Hank Goldberg was a longtime color analyst on the Miami Dolphins Radio Network and hosted the Orange Bowl Express/Dolphin Express pre-game show on 610 WIOD. From their inaugural season in 1966 until the end of the 1988 season, the majority of the Dolphins' games were carried on WSVN, as it was the Miami area's NBC affiliate.

In 1989, after NBC purchased CBS affiliate WTVJ, NBC programming, thus the Dolphins games, moved there. Prior to that time, WTVJ starting in 1973 aired sold-out Dolphins home games in which they played an NFC opponent. From 1989 through 1993, those games would air on WCIX, bought by CBS. In 1994, the NFC package moved to Fox, WSVN starting airing the Dolphins' interconference home games. In 1998, the AFC package moved to CBS and, the former WCIX, now known as WFOR. WPLG was the local carrier of Monday Night Football games through 2005; when the Dolphins play on Monday nights, they now air locally on WSFL-TV. WFOR produces the local telecasts of the Dolphins' preseason games, pre-empting CBS programming, shown on sister station WBFS-TV; the preseason games are simulcast in the adjacent West Palm Beach television market on area CW affiliate WTVX, a sister station of WFOR from 1997 until 2008.

Kairos Communications

Kairos Communications is a not-for-profit media production and training company based in Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland, it has produced programmes for multiple channels and other clients, has its own studios. Kairos was set up in 1983 in Maynooth, Co.. Kildare. Fr Michael Melvin SVD, was the founder of Kairos. Kairos was the name of a magazine produced by the Divine Word Missionaries for schools, in the 1970s and the Communications company grew out of that. New studios and facilities for Kairos were opened by President Mary McAleese on 11 December 1998. Kairos produces many programmes with a religious theme for RTE Irish Television, including broadcast Sunday Mass, iWitness and The Angelus, as well as documentaries and other programmes for TG4, BBC, Trócaire and CURA. Kairos has produced live European Broadcasts such as the 2017 Christmas Eve mass broadcast by RTE and the European Broadcasting Union. Since 2003 Kairos has worked in partnership with Maynooth University delivering media production modules for students of degree & masters programmes in media studies.

Kairos has 2 studios available for production and for education. Kairos runs post-graduate courses in Christian Communications for Maynooth; as part of their studies with Maynooth and Kairos, students run a radio station every year during Radio Week. Secondary school students in transition year, visit the studios and produce and create their own T. V. show on the day, using the Kairos T. V. studio and equipment. Kairos, with Maynooth University Library, created The Ken Saro-Wiwa Audio-Archive; every Ancient Every New, produced by Kairos Communications, 1998. Faith Hope and Plastic, produced by Kairos Communications Ltd. 2000. The Dubliners 40th Birthday Party, at the Gaiety Theatre, produced by Kairos Communications Ltd. 2002. Know Racism, The National Anti-racism Awareness Programme, produced with RTE, for Dept. of Education, 2002. Horses In The Blood, produced by Kairos Communications Ltd. 2005. As Go Brách Linn, two programmes, produced in association with Ocarina Productions, for Dept. of Education, 2005.

Osman's Run, produced for Trócaire by Kairos Communications Ltd. 2009. A Shadow from the Darkness, Short film for IMU and CORI, produced by Kairos Communications Ltd. 2015. An Chaille Bhrídeoige: The Wedding veil of the Prince of Connacht, TG4, produced by Kairos Communications Ltd. Strings, produced by Kairos Communications Ltd. 2016. Mono, presented by Shalini Sinha, produced for RTE Diversity by Kairos Communications Ltd. Official website Kairos Communications - YouTube Channel

Andre Wlodarczyk

André Wlodarczyk Andrzej Włodarczyk is a Polish-French japanologist and linguist. André Wlodarczyk lived in Wroclaw and Warsaw. In 1969, he settled in Paris, he has dual Polish-French citizenship. He studied Japanese Philology at Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3 and at Université Denis Diderot - Paris 7 and General Linguistics at Université René Descartes - Paris 5; these studies were crowned with a doctorate in 1977 and habilitation in 1987 at the Japanese Language and Culture department of Université Denis Diderot. From 1979 to 1992, Wlodarczyk worked as a researcher at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique – CNRS, as a professor at the following universities: Stendhal - Grenoble 3 and Charles de Gaulle - Lille 3. Moreover, in the years from 2000 to 2011, he supervised research in linguistics at CELTA, Université de Paris-Sorbonne. Wlodarczyk has edited seven volumes of Travaux de Linguistique Japonaise and a special issue of the quarterly "Langages" devoted to Japanese linguistics.

Research themes: grammatical oppositions: morphological structure of the Japanese conjugation base components of utterances Meta-informative Centering Japanese grammatical forms of politeness and the category of person. He is the author of a new linguistic theory disseminated under the acronym MIC; this theory has been proposed as a result of the generalization of research on the structure of Japanese utterances. – as an extension of the MIC theory - the foundations for a new theory of situation semantics for the description of natural languages have been laid as an original combination of semantics with pragmatics within the framework of general linguistics. Methodological studies relate to the modeling of various phenomena using concepts and tools, above all, to an interactive process consisting of four cyclical stages: abstraction, formalization and verification in the context of computer science. Interactive Linguistics is a research method involving the use of computer tools belonging to the field of Knowledge Discovery in Databases.

A. Wlodarczyk is a co-author of the computer platform SEMANA which brings together dozens of algorithms for symbolic and statistical computations. Using computer analysis techniques for automatic data and knowledge retrieval Georges Sauvet and Wlodarczyk have proved the existence of concept systems in the artworks of prehistoric man; this tradition continued without significant changes until the end of the Ice Age, i.e. for more than 20.000 years, despite important changes in the tools. Politesse et Personne – le japonais face aux langues occidentales, préface de Claude Hagège, Paris: Éditions L’Harmattan, Paris 1996. Revue trimestrielle „Langages”, Éditions Larousse, 1982, nr 68:. Paris Lectures in Japanese Linguistics, Tokyo: Éditions Kurosio, 2005. La Focalisation dans seria Sémantiques, eds. André & Hélène Wlodarczyk, Paris: L’Harmattan, Paris, 2006. Japanese Linguistics – European Chapter, eds. Viktoria Eschbach-Szabo, Yoshihiko Ikegami & André Wlodarczyk, Tokyo: Éditions Kurosio, 2007. Meta-informative Centering in Utterances –, eds.

André Włodarczyk & Hélène Włodarczyk, John Benjamins Publishing Co. 2013. Travaux de linguistique japonaise, Paris: Université de Diderot, 1977-1997 – 7 tomów: 1977, IV, Recherches en syntaxe 1978, V, Phonologie du japonais standard 1982, VI, Syntaxe et sémantique Dialectologie 1984, VII, Énonciation et sens – Etudes contrastives – Linguistique et poétique 1986, VIII, Actes du 4e colloque d’études japonaises 1991, IX, Description systématique de la grammaire Japonaise – Grammaire de Mizutani Shizuo 1997, X, Langue – Ordinateur – Mentalité WLODARCZYK André, 1980,「主題から主語へ、そして主語から主題へ」、 言語 、Vol. 9, No 8/80 、大修館 – 1982, Entre le thème et le sujet -'wa' et'ga', Travaux de linguistique japonaise, Vol. VI, Université de Paris VII, Paris. — 2003a, Les Homotopies du topique et du focus, Ordre et distinction dans la langue et le discours, Actes du colloque international de Metz. – 2005, From Japanese to General Linguistics - starting with the ‘wa’ and ‘ga’ particles, Paris Lectures on Japanese Linguistics, ed. by Wlodarczyk André, Kurosio Shuppan, Tokyo – 2008 Roles and Anchors of Semantic Situations, Études cognitives / Studia kognitywne 8, SOW, PAN, Warsaw WŁODARCZYK André & WŁODARCZYK Hélène, 2006a, Focus in the Meta-informative Centering Theory, La Focalisation dans les langues, eds André Wlodarczyk & Hélène Wlodarczyk, L’Harmattan, Paris.

— 2006b, Subject in the Meta-informative Centering Theory, Etudes cognitives / Studia kognitywne VII, SOW, PAN, Warszawa. — 2008, Roles and Other Things we Talk About: Associative Semantics and Meta-Informative Centering Theory, Intercultural Pragmatics, Vol. 5. No. 3. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyters. – 2013, Meta-informative Centering in Utterances – Meta-informative Centering in Utterances –, eds. André Włodarczyk & Hélène Włodarczyk, John Benjamins Publishing Co. 2013. WLODARCZYK André & STACEWICZ Paweł 201