The Passional of Abbess Kunigunde is an illuminated Latin manuscript commissioned by Prague Benedictine Abbess Kunigunde of Bohemia, daughter of King Ottokar II of Bohemia, after 1312. The work is an anthology of mystic treatises on the theme of Christ‘s passion, two of them were composed by Czech Dominican friar Kolda of Koldice; the manuscript was written and maybe illuminated by Prague canon Beneš, who served as a priest in the St. George's Convent; the earliest surviving coloured depiction of the heraldic emblem of Bohemia can be found in the manuscript. Media related to Pasionál abatyše Kunhuty at Wikimedia Commons Facsimile
Arike Ogunbowale is an American professional basketball player for the Dallas Wings of the Women’s National Basketball Association. After playing college basketball for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Ogunbowale was drafted by the Wings with the fifth overall pick of the 2019 WNBA Draft, she was the Most Outstanding Player of Notre Dame's 2018 national title run, hitting game-winning baskets in both the semi-final and championship game. Ogunbowale played high school basketball at Divine Savior Holy Angels High School in Milwaukee. In the 2014-2015 season, the team won the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division I title, with Ogunbowale averaging 27.2 points per game. Ogunbowale was named 2015 Wisconsin Miss Basketball and was a McDonald's High School All-America selection. Ogunbowale averaged 11.4 points per game in her freshman season at Notre Dame as a reserve player, became a regular starter the next year. In her junior season, Ogunbowale helped the Fighting Irish win the 2018 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Tournament, making game-winning baskets in the semifinal against UConn and in the final against Mississippi State.
Shortly after the end of the 2017–18 school year, the Atlantic Coast Conference named her as its female Athlete of the Year across all sports, sharing honors with men's winner Lamar Jackson of Louisville football. In her next and final season at Notre Dame, she again helped them to the final of the NCAA Tournament but this time, despite contributing 31 points through that match and a tournament average of 22.8 points, she missed 1 of 2 free throws in the final seconds against Baylor, with her miss providing the final 1-point margin. That week, she was the fifth overall pick in the 2019 WNBA draft, joining the Dallas Wings for her rookie professional season. In April 2018, Ogunbowale was announced as one of the celebrities who will compete on season 26 of Dancing with the Stars, she was partnered with professional dancer Gleb Savchenko. Ogunbowale and Savchenko were eliminated from the competition on May 2018, placing 7th. Ogunbowale was born in Milwaukee to the youngest of three children, she is of Yoruba descent.
Arike's mother Yolanda played softball at DePaul University and her brother Dare played football at the University of Wisconsin and is a running back for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. From 2009 to 2012, Ogunbowale was part of four Wisconsin State Cup-winning soccer teams
Lance Corporal Haji Mohammad Yusof bin Haji Matyassin is a Bruneian international footballer who last played with MS ABDB of the Brunei Super League as a defender. He had a one-year stint with Brunei's sole professional club DPMM FC in 2014. A career soldier with the Royal Brunei Armed Forces, Yusof began playing for the army's football team in the Brunei Premier League I in 2006, scoring in the Brunei League Cup final of that year, he has won the Brunei FA Cup a total of six times with the armymen, the latest one in 2016. Yusof was selected to play for Brunei DPMM FC in 2014, he was released without making an appearance at the end of the season. He rejoined MS ABDB in 2015 and won the Bruneian league championship after long last. Yusof made his first appearance for the Brunei national football team at the 2008 AFC Challenge Cup qualification round against Philippines in a 0-1 loss on 13 May, he started all three qualification games but Brunei only gained one point against Bhutan. Yusof was included in the Brunei squad to face Chinese Taipei for the 2018 World Cup qualifying matches in March 2015, but did not take the field.
He appeared as a second-half substitute in a friendly against Singapore on 6 June 2015. He was selected for the 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup qualification held in Cambodia on October 2016 and made one appearance, coming on as a first-half stoppage time substitute for the injured Najib Tarif in the 2–1 win against Timor-Leste. MS ABDBBrunei Super League: 2015, 2016, 2017–18, 2018–19 Brunei FA Cup: 2007–08, 2010, 2012–13, 2014–15, 2015, 2016 Brunei League Cup: 2006 Yusof Matyassin at National-Football-Teams.com Yusof Matyassin at Soccerway Yusof Matyassin on Instagram
Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie is a 2014 Irish comedy film based on the sitcom Mrs. Brown's Boys and is co-produced by That's Nice Films, Penalty Kick Films, RTÉ and BocFlix. BBC Films is acting as sales agent and it was distributed by Universal Pictures, it was written by series creator Brendan O'Carroll, who plays the lead role. The film sees Agnes Brown go to court to protect her family's stall at Dublin's Moore Street market from a corrupt Russian businessman who wishes to convert it into a shopping centre; the film was released on 27 June to negative reviews from critics. It topped the UK and Ireland box office with £4.3 million in its opening weekend, on a budget of £3.6 million, retained top spot for a second week. On 27 October it was released on home media. Agnes Brown is an independent market trader, selling fruit and vegetables on Dublin's Moore Street market, it has been under attack from P. R. Irwin, a TD, in an arrangement with a ruthless Russian businessman who wants to put all the market stalls out of business and open a shopping centre on the site.
Her stall is the next to be targeted, being sent a bill for unpaid tax left by her grandmother, a man appears offering to buy her stall and make the bill disappear. Agnes nearly accepts, but Winnie reveals this news to the locals, forcing Agnes into defending her stall from the developers while they look for ideas on how to raise the money. Agnes' friend Philomena Nine Warts informs her that her grandmother, Mary Moccasin, was next to Agnes' grandmother at the tax office when she paid the bill and therefore no money is owed. Philomena's grandmother is hit by a bus on the way to the courtroom before she can testify. Agnes' court case attracts a lot of attention from the media, portraying her as the greatest mother in Ireland; this leads her to go to confession, where she admits that she put her children in care when her husband died, but continued to claim the child support money. This is used against her in the witness box during questioning by Irwin in court, she runs out in shame. Being found by the river by her daughter Cathy, she admits all in a tearful moment on the Ha'penny Bridge, telling her how she told the nuns that she thought she could look after two of the six children, but when asked to pick she was unable to.
Meanwhile, Agnes' son Dermot and his lifelong criminal best friend Buster Brady try to get the receipt. After failing to break into the restricted area of the NRS they recruit a troop of blind trainee ninjas, led by Mr. Wang; the Russians have found and destroyed the original receipt, but Buster and Dermot learn the receptionist that took the payment was blind, so that there exists a braille version of the receipt. They let Agnes know, telling her Tourettes-suffering barrister to stall the case. After navigating air ducts out of the NRS, Agnes and Dermot are chased by the mobsters and the Garda, jumping in the River Liffey. Agnes separates from the pair and returns with the "receipt" but it turns out Buster accidentally gave her a betting slip instead. At this point Cathy stands up and gives a speech on how special Moore Street and its market is, her intention to run her mother's stall when her time comes, to Agnes' joy. After their pursuit continues in a Nissan Navara and a dash on a stolen horse and Dermot deliver the receipt to the court room just in time to have the case against Agnes dropped.
They all celebrate by dancing on the steps of the courtroom. Brendan O'Carroll as Agnes Brown/Mr Wang Nick Nevern as Gregor Eilish O'Carroll as Winnie McGoogan Danny O'Carroll as Buster Brady Jennifer Gibney as Cathy Brown Paddy Houlihan as Dermot Brown Dermot Crowley as P. R. Irwin SC Robert Bathurst as Maydo Archer SC Dermot O'Neill as Harold "Grandad" Brown Fiona O'Carroll as Maria Brown Simon Delaney as Tom Crews Chris Patrick-Simpson as Ninja Joe Keith Duffy as John Martin Delany as Trevor Brown Frank Kelly as Justice Cannon Rory Cowan as Rory Brown Gary Hollywood as Dino Doyle Pat Shields as Mark Brown Amanda Woods as Betty Brown Eamonn Holmes as Himself Sorcha Cusack as Justice Dickie June Rodgers as Fat Annie McCrum Joe Duffy as Himself Mark Coney as Clerk of the Court Jamie O'Carroll as Bono Brown Emily Regan as Barbara Fiona Gibney as Sharon McGoogan Maire Hastings as Philomena Nine Warts Helen Spain as Maggie May Raj Ghatak as Rab Patel Laurie Morton as Mary Moccasin In September 2012 it was reported that an estimated £3.6 million deal was in place with Universal Studios to start production on the film version of Mrs. Brown's Boys.
A spokesman for O'Carroll said that the film would have a distinctly Dublin flavour, "It's Dublin humour so you're going to need Dublin actors and technicians to get it right for the big screen." Despite funding being secured, O'Carroll confirmed that a script had not been written prior to the deal. "I haven't written it yet. That's what success does, they give you money and say'Whatever you think'. So I've taken the money!". At the 2013 National Television Awards O'Carroll confirmed the film had been written and would begin shooting the following autumn. Principal photography began in September 2013 in Dublin. Filming locations included Moore Street, Dublin quays, Dublin Institute of Technology, Father Matthew Square, The Customs House and Wimbledon Studios. Filming was completed on 25 October 2013; the Script recorded a song for the film called "Hail, Rain or Sunshine". The film had its world premiere on 25 June 2014 a
Astrological transits are one of the main means used in horoscopic astrology to forecast future trends and developments. As its name implies, astrological transits involve a method of interpreting the ongoing movement of the planets as they transit the horoscope; this is most done for the birth or Natal Chart of a particular individual. Particular attention is paid to changes of sign, or house, to the aspects or angles the transiting planets make with the natal chart. A important transit is the planetary return; this occurs when a transiting planet returns to the same point in the sky that it occupied at the moment of a person's birth. What this means is that the planet has completed a whole circuit of the sky, signifies that a new cycle in the person's life is beginning; the most significant returns are those of the outer planets Saturn. The Jupiter return occurs every 12 years and heralds a new phase of growth and development; the Saturn return occurs every 30 years, heralds a new phase in the aging process when new realities and responsibilities must be faced.
Astrological transits are a part of what is called predictive astrology, the claim of astrology to predict or forecast future trends and developments. Most astrologers nowadays regard the term'prediction' as something of a misnomer, as modern astrology does not claim to directly predict future events as such. Instead it is claimed that an astrological pattern with regard to the future can correspond with any one of a variety of possibilities. What is in fact foretold is the trend of circumstances and the nature of the individual's reaction to the situation. In other words and transiting movements of the planets indicate phases in the individual's life when the potential shown in the natal chart will be given opportunities for development, whether through favourable or unfavourable circumstances. In addition all modern astrologers stress the role of free will, it is asserted that astrology does not reveal fate or patterns which are'written in stone', rather it reveals a person's strengths and weakness and opportunities.
The horoscope does not determine the future, but shows the possible paths that lie ahead so that the individual can choose between them. Modern astrologers argue that no planetary aspect brings a fate that cannot be counteracted in some way and some benefit derived from it - what actual events happen are dependent upon the freedom of choice of the individual; the role of the astrologer is to create self-knowledge and awareness of the movement of the planets and their meaning, so as to give the individual an improved ability to make reasoned and sensible life choices. In short, no modern astrologer would try to predict actual future events, or claim that the future was mapped out and determined. Skeptics of astrology argue in response that stressing the role of vague, general trends and developments allows astrologers to avoid making verifiable predictions. Interpretation of transits is fairly similar to the interpretation of progressions. In general however, transits involve developments in the life circumstances outside the individual's control, while progressions involve psychological developments from within the individual.
The most important point to remember with transits is that the pattern of the natal chart always determines their value. So, for example if the sun and Jupiter are in a difficult aspect in the natal chart, a positive or easy aspect between transiting Jupiter and the natal sun will not produce the same expected benefit. If planets are not aspected in the natal chart, transiting aspects will in general not have the same effect. In short each person carries the pattern of the natal chart with them all their lives, the progressed and transiting movements of the planets indicate when the potential in the natal chart will be given opportunities for development. Transits of the personal planets – Sun, Mercury and Mars – are not considered as important because they move so through the zodiac; the transits of the slower moving planets - Jupiter, Uranus and Pluto – are more powerful and noticeable when they hit a personal planet or cardinal point. The main significance of transiting planets is when they form aspects with planets in the natal chart.
Transiting aspects are limited to an orb of one degree either side of the natal planet. The following is a brief description of the effect of transiting aspects: Transits of the inner planets are not considered by astrologers to be of major importance, as they are of such short duration, so have a limited effect. Most astrologers would not chart these transits on an ongoing basis as they occur so and are so fleeting in their operation; the following are their main characteristics: Transiting Sun is at its peak for about two days and has an effect on health and willpower in the area of life indicated by the natal planet and house being transited. Greater creativity and open expression. Transiting Moon lasts a few hours at most and affects moods and feelings, not always consciously, according to the planet and house being transited. Transiting Mercury is at its peak for two. A useful time for helping with backlogs of correspondence, making short journeys or visits. Thought patterns and focus will be altered positively or negatively depending on the nature of the aspect and aspected planet.
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Mitsu Dan is the professional name of Shizuka Saitō, a Japanese actress, gravure idol, writer. She has played multiple lead roles in television and film, including Naoko in the 2013 erotic thriller Amai Muchi, for which she received a Newcomer of the Year award at the 37th Japan Academy Prize ceremony. Mitsu Dan was born in December 1980 in Akita Prefecture, Japan. After graduating from Showa Women's University, she earned a teaching certificate, worked in a funeral parlor, tried but failed to start a sweets shop, worked as a hostess in a Ginza club before becoming a gravure idol in 2010. Dan became known for her role in the BDSM-themed erotic thriller movie Be My Slave, a performance that Giovanni Fazio of The Japan Times summarized as "a starlet is born." The next year she played a lead role in the 2013 erotic thriller Amai Muchi, directed by Takashi Ishii. At the 37th Japan Academy Prize ceremony Dan was recognized as a Newcomer of the Year for her performance in Amai Muchi. Over the next few years Dan appeared in numerous television dramas, variety programs and advertising campaigns, including the kaiju parody Chikyû bôei mibôjin, the 90th NHK asadora Hanako to Anne, a 2015 recruiting commercial for the Japan Self-Defense Forces, the 2016 Hulu drama Crow's Blood, the 2017 film Sekigahara.
In 2018 Dan became a weekly host of the radio program Makoto Ōtake Golden Radio! The next year she appeared in the 99th NHK asadora Manpuku. In July 2017 Dan starred in an official tourism promotion video for Miyagi Prefecture, created using 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami reconstruction funds and published online. Female members of the Miyagi Prefectural Assembly, along with members of the public, claimed that the video was sexually suggestive and demanded that it be taken down. Miyagi governor Yoshihiro Murai defended the video on the grounds that it brought attention to the prefecture, but after receiving hundreds of complaints in a month he ordered the video withdrawn; that year the Japanese Ministry of the Environment appointed Mitsu Dan as a public ambassador to promote home energy conservation. Dan has written books in multiple genres, including the autobiographical book Mitsu no aji, advice books Erosu no osahō and Dōshiyō, the food essay collection Tabetai no, she made her fiction debut in 2016 with a story in the Bungeishunjū literary magazine Ooru Yomimono.
Since April 2017 she has written a monthly advice column for Otokemachi, an online publication of Yomiuri Shimbun. In March 2018 her story "Takumiharahara" was published in the literary magazine Bungakukai. Dan married manga artist Tōru Seino in November 2019. 2014: 37th Japan Academy Prize for Newcomer of the Year Mitsu no aji, Shōgakukan, 2013, ISBN 9784093637350 Erosu no osahō, Daiwashobō, 2013, ISBN 9784479771845 Dōshiyō, Magajinhausu, 2016, ISBN 9784838728329 Tabetai no, Shinchosha, 2017, ISBN 9784106107412 Be My Slave, 2012 Amai Muchi, 2013 Taishibōkei Tanita Shain Shokudō, 2013 Figure na Anata, 2013 Chikyū Bōei Mibōjin, 2014 Sanbun no Ichi, 2014 Sekigahara, 2017 Hoshimeguri no Machi, 2018 Eating Women, 2018 Tokumei Tantei, TV Asahi, 2012 Otenki Oneesan, TV Asahi, 2013 Hanzawa Naoki, TBS, 2013 Hanako to Anne, NHK, 2014 Coffee-ya no Hitobito, NHK, 2014 Black President, Fuji TV, 2014 Ore no Dandyism, TV Tokyo, 2014 Arasa-chan Mushūsei, TV Tokyo, 2014 Crow's Blood, Hulu Japan, 2016 Manpuku, NHK, 2019 Mikazuki, NHK, 2019 Mitsu Dan on IMDb Official website Mitsu Dan official blog