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List of RK Zamet players

Below is a list of notable and famous handballers who have played for RK Zamet. Due to incomplete data some positions aren't written; this section is for players who started their career in Zamet and won at least a bronze medal with the national team. Based on the list from RK Zamet; the hall of fame was unveiled to the public September 30, 2015. The hall of fame is located in the hall of Centar Zamet. Alvaro Načinović Valter Matošević Mirza Džomba Nikola Blažičko Renato Sulić Mateo Hrvatin To appear in this section a player must have satisfied all of the following three criteria: player has have played at least 4 years. Last updated 14 May 2018; this list notes. To appear in this section a player must have satisfied all of the following three criteria:Player has played at least one international match for their national team while having played for Zamet before or after having played for their national team. Last updated 14 May 2018. Flags indicate. Players listed in alphabetical order by last name.

Winners of EHF Champions League by player that played for Zamet. Alvaro Načinović - 1992 Nino Marković - 1992 Božidar Jović, - 1992, 1993 Tonči Peribonio - 1993 Mirza Džomba - 2006 Official website of RK Zamet


Vellachi is a 2013 Indian Tamil-language romance film written and directed by Velu Vishwanath. The film stars Suchitra Unni, it was released on 1 March 2013. Pintu as Ganesh Suchitra Unni as Vellachi Vellachi was written and directed by Velu Vishwanath, produced by Ambur K. Ananthan Naidu under Geethalaya Movies; the film marked the acting debut of actor Pandu's son Pintu. Cinematography was handled by Sai Natraj. Principal photography began in June 2012, taking place in locations like Vellore and Palamathi; as of December 2012, the film was in post-production. The soundtrack was composed by Bhavatharini, it marked her return to music composing after Ilakkanam. Vellachi was released on 1 March 2013. Maalai Malar wrote that though the opening scenes were moving the latter part of the story was fast paced with love and conflict; the critic appreciated Sai Natraj's cinematography, the songs composed by Bhavatharini. Sidharth Varma from The Times of India wrote, "Tamil films with rural themes have helped several debutants make a mark, but sadly Vellachi does not work for comedian Pandu's son Pintu.

For, the movie suffers from several inconsistencies in the script and pacing." Vellachi on IMDb

Agathymus mariae

Agathymus mariae, the lechuguilla giant skipper, is a species of giant skipper in the family of butterflies known as Hesperiidae. Other common names include five-spot skipper, it was first described by William Barnes and Foster Hendrickson Benjamin in 1924 and it is found in Central and North America. The MONA or Hodges number for Agathymus mariae is 4136. Five subspecies belong to Agathymus mariae: Agathymus mariae chinatiensis H. Freeman, 1964 i g Agathymus mariae lajitaensis H. Freeman, 1964 i g Agathymus mariae mariae i g Agathymus mariae micheneri Stallings, Turner & Stallings, 1961 c g Agathymus mariae rindgei H. Freeman, 1964 i gData sources: i = ITIS, c = Catalogue of Life, g = GBIF, b =

Badlapur, Jaunpur

Badlapur is an administrative division in Jaunpur District in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It was accorded the status of Town Area Nagar Panchayat on 27 June 2014. Badlapur is located at 25.53°N 82.27°E / 25.53. It has been assigned 222 125 pin code by India Post; as of the 2001 Census of India, Badlapur had a population of 36,943. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Machhlishahr has an average literacy rate of 59%, male literacy is 76.99%, female literacy is 43.35%. In Machhlishahr, 18% of the population is under 6 years of age. Represented in the U. P. State Assembly by MLA Subhash Pandey of the BSP. Badlapur is connected with major cities of India through the Indian Railways network, it has station named Sri Krishna Nagar. Some important trains from Sri Krishna Nagar are the Varuna Express to Lucknow Varanasi, the Howrah - Amritsar Express connecting Kolkata and Amritsar, Sadbhavana Express connecting Raxaul and Delhi and the Farakka Express to Delhi. Badlapur is connected to Lucknow, Varanasi and other cities of Uttar Pradesh.

National Highway 56 links Badlapur to Varanasi. State Highway 7 is highway connecting Badlapur to Gorakhpur; the biggest annual celebrations in Badlapur are Ram Lila & Bharat Milap. People organise big celebrations on Holi, Raksha Bandhan and other occasions. Fireworks exhibitions are performed on Independence Day and Republic Day. Saraiharkhu

Group of Zeus and Ganymede

The Group of Zeus and Ganymede is a multi-figure Late Archaic Greek terracotta statue group, depicting Zeus carrying the boy Ganymede off to Mount Olympus. It was created in the first quarter of the fifth century and is now displayed near where it was found in the Archaeological Museum of Olympia; the group was the acroterion of one of the treasuries at Olympia. The size of the figure is unusual - it is less than life size, but well over the normal size for a terracotta figure; the work is dated to around 480-470 BC, the transitional period between the archaic and the classical periods, is attributed to a Corinthian workshop. The first parts of the fragmentary group was found in 1878 in the southwestern and western area of the stadium at Olympia, near the surface. Further pieces were found in the same location up to 1938. Today, the statue group, reconstructed as far as possible but is not complete, is kept in the local archaeological museum, where it is listed under inventory number T 2. On account of the fragmented nature of the statue during its discovery, parts of it were assigned further inventory numbers and as a result, Ganymede is sometimes referred to under inventory number 106.

The two figures are connected to one another. The larger figure, holds the smaller figure, clutching him with his right arm. Zeus's right arm went under Ganymede's own right arm, broken below the shoulder and is entirely lost. In his left hand, Zeus holds a wooden walkingstick. Zeus wears a long tunic which hangs loosely over his hips, his upper body is exposed, but the tunic covers his back. The legs of the god are in his left leg poking out through a gap in his tunic, he is barefoot. Part of the left leg is poorly preserved, like the edge of the tunic and there is damage to his right foot, left elbow and head, his damaged head, made from a separate piece of clay, is decorated with a hat with orderly locks of hair issuing from underneath it. The sharpness of his chin is striking, his restrained smile is a late form of the so-called "archaic smile". The naked figure of Ganymede is more fragmentary than Zeus and has been reconstructed from a large number of pieces. In addition to his arm, part of his chest, his feet and his pubic region are missing.

Ganymede wears a hat and has the same arranged corkscrew locks underneath it. The long hair hangs down over his neck and shoulders, his expression is strained and pensive, in strong contrast to Zeus' satisfied expression. In his left hand Ganymede holds a hen, a common gift associated with pederasty at the time. Remnants of paint survive in many places Zeus' red-brown tunic with dark brown lines at the edges and his black beard and hat; the god stands on an architectural base in the shape of a gable. The scene depicted is well known from Greek mythology; the hen places the scene in a cultural context. The homoerotic connection between a grown man and a youth was not disapproved of by ancient Greek culture - on the contrary, if kept within certain limits, it formed part of an aristocratic ideal; as a god, Zeus could transgress those limits and steal the youth away. The terracotta group appears to be the earliest work of Greek art in which the eyes are depicted in an expressive way and the figures do not stare straight ahead as the norm.

Werner Fuchs. "Zeus raubt Ganymed." in Alfred Mallwitz, Hans-Volkmar Herrmann: Die Funde aus Olympia. Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Athen 1980, p. 155. Aliki Moustaka. "Großplastik aus Ton in Olympia." Olympische Forschungen 22. de Gruyter, Berlin 1993, pp. 42 ff. No. C 1 Tbl. 33–39. Olympia Vikatou. Olympia. Die archäologische Stätte und die Museen. Ektodike Athenon, Athen 2006, ISBN 960-213-420-8, pp. 71–72. Zeus with Ganymede, Olympia Archaeological Museum Inv. 106 in Arachne, the archaeological database. Head of the terracotta statue of Zeus in Arachne, the archaeological database. Terracotta statue of Ganymede in Arachne, the archaeological database