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Old town of Visoki

The Old Town of Visoki was a medieval royal castle town built during the 14th century on the top of the hill overlooking town of Visoko and Herzegovina. The first mention of the town was on 1 September 1355, in the charter "in castro nosto Visoka vocatum" written by Tvrtko I of Bosnia while he was a young ban; the town was abandoned before 1503, because it is not mentioned in the Turkish-Hungarian treaty from the mentioned year. In 1626, Đorđić mentioned Visoki among abandoned towns; the Old Town of Visoki is at the top of Visočica hill, 213 metres high. Its position provides an excellent view at the plains below; the entry to the castle is with two lookout towers. Passing through the entry you enter to a part, called Podvisoki, i.e. to the town, quite small, measuring 60 by 25 metres, has signs and remains of early medieval houses. The thickness of the castle town walls is about 2 metres, its position provides an excellent view at the plains below bordered by mountains Romanija, Jahorina and Bjelašnica in the east and southeast, Bitovnja in the south, the mountain Zec and Vranica in the Southeast, Vlašić in the west, Tajan and Zvijezda in the north.

The entry to the castle is with two lookout towers. The primary function of the old town of Visoki was defense, but it was a place where a lot of medieval Bosnian rulers wrote various documents and charters; the first mention of town itself was in a charter written by the young Tvrtko I named in castro nosto Visoka vocatum on 1 September 1355. The final document of importance signed there was by Tvrtko Borovinić in 1436, showing that it was of high importance to Bosnian nobility. 1355 – Tvrtko I Kotromanić writes charter in castro nostro Visoka vocatum. 1398 – Priboje Masnović, duke, accepted as Ragusa citizen. 1402 – Bosnian king Stjepan Ostoja writes charter pod gradom Visoki. 1404 – Bosnian king Ostoja writes charter pod Visokim. 1404 – Two papers were published which were subject of law dispute in Ragusa. 1420 – Great Bosnian duke Batić Mirković became ill. 1429 and 1436 – Duke Tvrtko Borovinić written papers na Visokom. These papers were last direct sources of old town of Visoki. Visoko Visoko during the Middle Ages History of Bosnia and Herzegovina Old town of Visoki becomes a national landmark

George Conrades

George Conrades is the former Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Akamai Technologies. Prior to Akamai, Conrades served as CEO of BBN Technologies. Before joining BBN he spent 31 years at IBM, running its U. S. and Asia-Pacific businesses and heading two manufacturing and development groups. Mr. Conrades serves on the Board of Directors of Oracle Corporation, he has served on the Boards of Ironwood Pharmaceuticals and Harley-Davidson. Conrades was an executive producer of the 2013 documentary film 20 Feet from Stardom, which won the 2014 Academy award for Best Documentary, he is a Fellow of the American Academy of Sciences. He is married to Patricia “Patsy” Belt Conrades. Conrades spent his childhood in Youngstown, during the 1950s, he planned to become a drummer. In 1961, he received his B. S. degree in Physics and Mathematics from Ohio Wesleyan University, received the M. B. A. from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business in 1971. He was going to join a rock band after his graduation, but took the position of a sales representative in Big Blue, Ohio.

After 10 years at IBM, Conrades got a sales management position in Chicago and inherited the company's fifth largest account, Roebuck & Co. In 1971, he entered for the Executive MBA Program North America at Booth; the program provided broad perspectives of business. The MBA helped Conrades to make a good career at IBM, he took top management positions at IBM for more than two decades. Conrades advanced to the rank of senor member of the Corporate Management Board, but by late 1980s, IBM faced contest in technological businesses. In 1992, Conrades left his top management position. Conrades formed a technology consulting firm in the advanced R&D company Bolt and Newman; the company was based in Massachusetts. BBN became an early internet service provider

Alessandro Agostinelli

Alessandro Agostinelli is an Italian poet and journalist. He obtained a Ph. D. in "history of visual arts and show business". He worked for Radio 24, Radio Tre Rai, Il Riformista, Il Fatto Quotidiano and L'Unità. One of his topic of interest is the concept of "travel", he writes the travel blog Atlante for the weekly magazine L'Espresso and was of the author of the Lonely Planet's guides in Italian for Tuscany and specifically for Florence. He is the president of the Società Italiana Viaggiatori and the director of the Festival del Viaggio. In 2011 he published Honolulu baby, a book of anecdotes and histories about the Hawaiian Islands but about the role of writing during travel. In 2018 he celebrated the 500th year from Leonardo Da Vinci's death with a trip from Vinci to Amboise, in France, he wrote a biographical novel about Charlie Parker, Benedetti da Parker, the essay Individualismo e Noir about U. S. cinema and the economical and social roots of the noir genre and its relatioship with the western one.

He has published in Spain his anthological poetry book titled En el rojo de Occidente. In 2014 he became in charge of Poesia serie rossa, the editorial collection about poetry of the ETS publisher, one of the few new ones started in Italy at the time. Numeri e Parole, 1997, Campanotto Agosto e Temporali, 2000, ETS Il Cristo dei poeti, 2010, ETS En el rojo de Ocidente, 2014, Olifante, ISBN 978-84-92942-59-6 La vita secca, 2002, Besa, ISBN 9788849701227 Alessandro Agostinelli, Athos Bigongiali, Sergio Costanzo, Marco Malvaldi, Matteo Pelliti, Ugo Riccarelli, Luca Ricci, Alessandro Scarpellini, Sosteneva Tabucchi, 2013, Felici Editore, ISBN 978-88-6019-641-5 Benedetti da Parker, 2017, Cairo Editore. Racconti di Viaggio Fosfori: 17 racconti di autori italiani contemporanei, Marco Nardi, 1992, Florence, ISBN 88-7964-004-6 Alessandro Agostinelli, Daniele Luti, Sera di Volterra. Viaggio nei luoghi e nelle storie di una città antica, 2000, ETS, ISBN 9788846702432 La società del giovanimento. Perché l'Occidente muore senza invecchiare, 2004, Castelvecchi, ISBN 88-7615-015-3 Una filosofia del cinema americano - Individualismo e Noir, 2004, ETS, ISBN 88-467-0811-3 Pisa & Livorno, istruzioni sulla guerra e sui campanili, 2006, Zona Alessandro Agostinelli, Tito Barbini, Paolo Ciampi, Parole in viaggio.

Piccola guida di scrittura per viaggiatori veri e immaginari, 2014, Romano Editore, ISBN 978-88-98629-08-4 Un mondo perfetto. Gli otto comandamenti dei fratelli Coen, 2010, Editrice Besa Controluce, ISBN 978-88-6280-012-9 David Lynch e il Grande Fratello, 2011, Besa, ISBN 978-88-497-0725-0 Bernard Vanel, Alessandro Agostinelli, Dix poètes italiens contemporains. Dieci poeti italiani contemporanei, 2018, lebousquet-la barthe, ISBN 979-10-96573-07-3 Honolulu baby. Avventure hawaiane di musica, vulcani e chiari di luna, 2011, Vallecchi, ISBN 978-88-8427-222-5 Firenze, 2014, EDT, ISBN 978-88-5920-558-6 "Libri di Alessandro Agostinelli". "Alessandro AGOSTINELLI". "Alessandro Agostinelli". "Soci ordinari - Agostinelli Alessandro". "Alessandro Agostinelli". "Alessandro AGOSTINELLI". "Atlante". "Alessandro Agostinelli"

Macquarie University Faculty of Human Sciences

The Faculty of Human Sciences is a constituent body of Macquarie University. The Faculty offers postgraduate degree programs, it is home to a number of internationally recognised research centres conducting ground-breaking research across disciplines in areas like cognitive science and early childhood education. The Faculty is renowned for its post-graduate programs in special education and its School of Advanced Medicine offering sub-specialty, post-fellowship Surgery training; the Faculty encompasses four departments and four centres: The Faculty of Human Sciences comprises four departments and four centres: Departments in the facultyDepartment of Cognitive Science Department of Educational Studies Department of Linguistics Department of PsychologyCentresAdult Migrant English Program Research Centre Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science Macquarie E-Learning Centre of Excellence Macquarie University Special Education Centre Macquarie University Faculty of Human Sciences Website

2019–20 Liga I

The 2019–20 Liga I is the 102nd season of the Liga I, the top professional league for Romanian association football clubs. The season began in July 2019 and is scheduled to end in June 2020, being the fifth to take place since the play-off/play-out rule has been introduced. CFR Cluj are the defending champions; the league consists of 14 teams: twelve teams from the 2018–19 Liga I and two new teams from the 2018–19 Liga II. Teams promoted to the Liga I The first club to be promoted was Academica Clinceni, following their 2–1 win against Argeș Pitești on 24 May 2019. Academica will play in the Liga I for the first time in their history; the second club to be promoted was Chindia Târgoviște, following their 4–1 win against Luceafărul Oradea on 25 May 2019. AFC Chindia will play in the Liga I for the first time in their history, but the city of Târgoviște, returned in the Liga I after 21 years of absence, where was last time represented by FCM Târgoviște, named between 1996 and 2003 as CF Chindia, club, the first club of the city and, replaced by the new club after some internal conflicts.

Teams relegated to the Liga II The first club to be relegated was Concordia Chiajna, which were relegated on 22 May 2019 following a 0–2 defeat against Dunărea Călărași, ending their 8-year stay in the top flight. The second club to be relegated was Dunărea Călărași, which were relegated on 2 June 2019 following a 1–2 defeat against FC Hermannstadt, ending their 1-year stay in the top flight. Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players and Managers may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. In the regular season the 14 teams will meet twice, a total of 26 matches per team, with the top 6 advancing to the Championship round and the bottom 8 qualifying for Relegation round; the top six teams from Regular season will meet twice for places in 2020–21 UEFA Champions League and 2020–21 UEFA Europa League as well as deciding the league champion. Teams start the Championship round with their points from the Regular season halved, rounded upwards, no other records carried over from the Regular season.

The bottom eight teams from regular season met twice to contest against relegation. Teams started the Relegation round with their points from the Regular season halved, rounded upwards, no other records carried over from the Regular season; the winner of the Relegation round finished 7th in the overall season standings, the second placed team - 8th, so on, with the last placed team in the Relegation round being 14th. The 12th-placed team of the Liga I faces the 3rd-placed team of the Liga II. Updated to matches played on 29 February 2020. Updated to matches played on 29 February 2020; as of 29 February 2020 Most yellow cards: 9 Bradley Diallo Bogdan Țîru 11 Bogdan Țîru was transferred to Jagiellonia Białystok during the winter transfer window. Most red cards: 2 Andrei Răuță Constantin Budescu Bozhidar Chorbadzhiyski Iulian Cristea Bogdan Planić Răzvan Tincu Most yellow cards: 79 Politehnica Iași Most red cards: 6 FCSB Voluntari Official website

The Right Kinda Lover

"The Right Kinda Lover" is a song recorded by singer Patti LaBelle. It was released as a single from her 1994 album and appeared on the soundtrack to the film Beverly Hills Cop III starring Eddie Murphy; the song, which talks of what the singer thinks is "the right kind of lover" for her, was written with lyrics by Ann Nesby and musically composed and produced by the team of Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis and James "Big Jim" Wright. In the US, the single reached number sixty-one on the Billboard Hot 100, number eight on the Hot R&B Songs chart. "The Right Kinda Lover" was Patti LaBelle's second number one on the Hot Dance/Club Play chart. Overseas, the single and reached number fifty on the UK Top 75 and was her most successful in years; the song's video featured LaBelle performing as a seductress choosing her choice of mate