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Pernik Province

Pernik Province is a province in western Bulgaria, neighbouring Serbia. Its main city is Pernik, other municipalities are Breznik, Radomir and Zemen. Pernik province had a population of 133,750 according to the 2011 census, of which 48.9% were male and 51.1% were female. The following table represents the change of the population in the province after World War II: Total population: 133 530Ethnic groups: Identified themselves: 125 422 persons: Bulgarians: 120 929 Romani: 3 560 Others and indefinable: 933 Ethnic groups in the province according to 2001 census: Bulgarians: 145 642, Romani: 3 035 Others and indefinable: 1155. Religious adherence in the province according to 2001 census: Industry is of vital importance for the economy of the province. Pernik is the major manufacturing centre, one of the largest in the country with the "Stomana" steel complex. There is an enormous plant for heavy machinery in Radomir which produces excavators and industrial equipment, but is not working at full capacity.

Provinces of Bulgaria List of villages in Pernik Province City homepage Pernik city information portal Information site for Pernik

Krithi Shetty

Krithi Shetty is an Indian film actress appearing in Tamil and Telugu films. At one of her Bharatanatyam performances, theatre director Jai Theertha, noticed the actress's talent and convinced her to join Samasthi Sunday School of Drama, she pursued a diploma course in drama and performed in a play titled ‘Preethi’ having an opportunity to play the lead role in'Sadarame’, performing all over the state of Karnataka. Krithi collaborated with director Sunil Kumar Desai, won the lead role in the Kannada film Sarigama. At the same time, she met Murali from the Tamil film industry who offered her an opportunity to play the lead role in Sagakkal directed by Swami; the actress starred in Suseenthiran's critically acclaimed Azhagarsamiyin Kuthirai alongside Inigo Prabhakaran, before featuring in another little known Tamil film Kondaan Koduthaan, the following year. In 2013, she changed her screen name from Advaitha to her original name in time for the release of Snehavin Kadhalargal, she noted that the name Advaitha had been chosen for numerological reasons, but stated she did not like the way people pronounced the name.

She worked again with Suseenthiran. Her future projects include Maanga with Premgi Amaren and the heroine-centric Snehavin Kadhalargal. Krithi Shetty on IMDb


К1839 is a microprocessor chipset developed between 1984 and 1989 at the Angstrem Research Institute by the same team that developed the 1801BMx series of CPUs. It was the first Soviet, the first Russian 32-bit microprocessor system. From a programmer's point of view, it was a complete replica of the VAX 11/750 Comet and included floating point arithmetic, unlike the MicroVAX microprocessors produced by DEC; the chipset included a processor, a coprocessor for integer and floating-point arithmetic, a memory controller and a bus adapter. It was fabricated in a 3 µm process; the Electronika-32 computer and a VAX-PC board were built based on this chipset, as well as the aerospace on-board digital computer SB3541. The 1839 chipset is still in production, is used in the control systems of the GLONASS-M satellites; the processor had external microprogram control, that is, in addition to the CPU, a separate ROM was required. However, this does not mean that the instruction set could be modified arbitrarily since the instruction decoder was included in the circuitry of the CPU.

According to posts on the FidoNet forum MO. DEC, the arithmetic coprocessor was released with errors, it was not always possible to run software written for the VAX. To circumvent this, updated microprograms were released to emulate the coprocessor functions in microcode on the CPU.. Bug fixed chips were introduced at the Comtek'93 exhibition. L1839VM1 — The central processor; the VAX-11 instruction set includes 304 instructions, 21 addressing modes, 8/16/32/64 bits of data, 32 bit machine word, 16 GPRs and hardware support for multitasking and virtual memory. Virtual addressing is 32-bit, the physical address bus is 24 bits wide and the data bus is 32 bits wide. Frequency 10 consisted of 150,000 transistors. Register/register addition takes 2 cycles or 0.2 μs, memory access 0.6 μs. L1839VM2 – Arithmetic and Floating point coprocessor.252 instructions, 8/16/32/64 bits integers, floating point F / D / G formats, 24 bit addressing. Frequency 10 MHz. Integer multiply 0.8μs, floating point multiply 1.5μs.

L1839VT1 – DRAM and cache controller. Supports 256 kBit and 1 Mbit DRAMs. Frequency 10 MHz. DRAM word access time 800ns, cache access time of 200ns. L1839VT2 – SRAM controller Supports 8/16/32 bit data words and 24 bit addresses. Frequency 10 MHz. 200-400ns memory access time, parity or Hamming error correction. L1839VV1 – 32-bit/Q-bus host adaptor and interrupt controller. Q-bus 8/16 bit accesses, 18 bit addresses 32-bus 8/16/32 bit accesses, 24 bit addresses 18 vector interrupts, 4 interrupt priority levels. Frequency 10 MHz. N1839RE1A/B – Microprogram ROM 16kW 32-bit word mask ROM. Frequency 10 MHz. Access time 180ns. N1839VZh2 – 8-bit majority gate The majority bi-directional inputs with bit-wise control and diagnostics 20ns cycle time. Soviet integrated circuit designation List of Soviet microprocessors The chips of the kit on the site "Museum of Electronic Rarities" Technical specification on the manufacturer's website

H. V. R. Iyengar

Haravu Venkatanarasimha Varadaraja "H. V. R. " Iyengar CIE, ICS was the sixth Governor of the Reserve Bank of India from 1 March 1957 to 28 February 1962. He was a member of the Indian Civil Service, entering service on 20 October 1926, he was invested as a Companion of the Order of the Indian Empire in the 1941 New Year Honours. He served as the Chairman of State Bank of India, before his appointment as the Governor of the Reserve Bank. During Iyengar's tenure the Indian coinage system shifted from the earlier pies and anna system to the modern decimal coinage system. During his tenure variable cash reserve ratio and selective credit control were introduced for the first time in India, he received the Padma Vibhushan, India`s second highest civilian honour from the Government of India in 1962. In 2002 on his birth centenary an illustrated book Snapshots of History— Through The Writings of H V R Iyengar consisting of articles written by Iyengar after his retirement in 1962, was compiled and edited by his daughter Indira and son-in-law Bipin Patel

Aaron Nelson-Moody

Aaron "Splash" Nelson-Moody is a Squamish carver working in the Coast Salish tradition. Nelson-Moody's works include the doors to the B. C.-Canada pavilion at the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Turin. He creates Coast Salish based jewellery. Nelson-Moody's Squamish name of Tawx'sin Yexwulla means "Splashing Eagle" giving rise to his nickname of "Splash", he started as a carver, but branched out to jewelry when he looked for local Coast Salish jewelry for his wife but found little, decided to make it. Nelson-Moody was commissioned to work on the doors for the Turin Winter Olympics a year before their installation; the doors were made from red cedar. Based on a Coast Salish legend, the doors feature an eagle with a sun rising out. List of First Nations people Official website

Liu Wei Di Huang Wan

Liu Wei Di Huang Wan known as Liuwei Dihuang teapills or Six Flavor Rehmanni, is a prescription in traditional Chinese medicine and pharmacy to treat yin deficiency. In Japanese kampo, it is known as "Rokumi-gan", it is made into Chinese patent medicine. The formula was created by Qian Yi as dihuang pill, it was published in "Xiao'er Yao Zheng Zhi Jue" in 1119 by Qian Yi's student. The formula was altered when it was borrowed as a Japanese kampo formula; some Chinese species of herbs were replaced with herbs found in Japan. For example, Alisma plantago-aquatica was replaced with Alisma orientale for zé xiè; the Liuwei Dihuang Wan is one of the most important Chinese patent medicines, is used in eastern Asia. In China, there are hundreds of medicinal manufacturers who produce Liuwei Dihuang Wan and its derivatives; these derivatives include Zhibai Dihuang Wan, Guifu Dihuang Wan, Mingmu Dihuang Wan, Qiju Dihuang Wan, Maiwei Dihuang Wan, Guishao Dihuang Wan. Chinese herbology Chinese patent medicine Chinese classic herbal formula Kampo list Kampo herb list Zhibai Dihuang Wan