Samuel Goldwyn Productions was an American film production company founded by Samuel Goldwyn in 1923, active through 1959. Controlled by Goldwyn and focused on production rather than distribution, the company developed into the most financially and critically successful independent production company in Hollywood's Golden Age; as of 2012, the distribution rights of Samuel Goldwyn films from the library were transferred to Warner Bros. with Miramax managing global licensing, with the exception of The Hurricane, now back with its original distributor, United Artists. After the sale of his previous firm Goldwyn Pictures, Samuel Goldwyn organized his productions beginning in February 1923 in a partnership with director George Fitzmaurice. Goldwyn Production's first release and Perlmutter opened in Baltimore on September 6, 1923; some of the early productions bear the name "Howard Productions", named for Goldwyn's wife Frances Howard, who married Goldwyn in 1925. In the 1920s, Goldwyn released films through Associated First National.
Throughout the 1930s, Goldwyn released most of his films through United Artists. Beginning in 1941, Goldwyn released most of his films through RKO Radio Pictures. With high production values and directors like John Ford and Howard Hawks, Goldwyn received Academy Award for Best Picture nominations: Arrowsmith, Dead End, Wuthering Heights, The Little Foxes. In 1946, he won best picture for The Best Years of Our Lives. Through the 1940s and 1950s, many of Goldwyn's films starred Danny Kaye. Goldwyn's final production was the 1959 version of Bess. Goldwyn Pictures, the film production and distribution company active from 1916 and merged with Metro Pictures and Louis B. Mayer Pictures to form Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer on April 16, 1924. Samuel Goldwyn Studio, informal name for the Pickford-Fairbanks Studios lot in Hollywood; the Samuel Goldwyn Company, founded by Samuel Goldwyn, Jr. in 1979, active through 1997. Samuel Goldwyn Films, founded by Samuel Goldwyn, Jr. in 2000. Samuel Goldwyn Productions on IMDb
The 2014–15 Jacksonville Dolphins women's basketball team represented Jacksonville University in the 2014–15 NCAA Division I women's basketball season. The Dolphins were coached by second year head coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin and were a member of the Atlantic Sun Conference, they finished 6-8 for a three-way tie for a fourth-place finish. They advance to the semifinals of the 2015 Atlantic Sun Women's Basketball Tournament which they lost to Florida Gulf Coast. All home games and conference road will be shown on A-Sun. TV. Road games will be available on the opponents website. 2014–15 Jacksonville Dolphins men's basketball team
Albert Piette is a Belgian anthropologist from Namur, Belgium. He is a professor at Paris West University Nanterre La Défense, his researches concern the questions of observation and selection of data. His fields are in the religious world. In most of his books, he describes and analyses details and ordinary forms in situations of everyday life, he builds an existential anthropology focusing on minor modes of human presences, in order to understand collective life and the differences between humans and other animals. In his recent books, from the notions of phenomenography and ontology, Albert Piette elaborates anthropology as an empirical and theoretical science, different from sociology and ethnology, it would have its own methods of observation and ontography, its own objects to observe and analyse: humans’ existences and non-human’s existences around people. Piette’s anthropological world is filled with Homo sapiens and Neanderthals and monkeys, gods and institutions and presences, activity and passivity and evolution.
According to Piette, an existential anthropology. This consists in studying humans as existing, perceiving their existence as their own, knowing that they will lose it too. In this perspective, existential anthropology observes the microcontinutiy of the individual, living the moments and situations according to various modalities of presence-absence and passivity-activity. Piette does not want to assess existential anthropology as secondary. In the aim of detailed observations of existences, Albert Piette thinks that ethnography, working on groups and activities, is less suitable that phenomenography, focusing on singular individuals; as the word implies, phenomenography studies on the one hand what appears, movements, gestures and on the other hand, as an empirical counterpoint to phenomenology, it attempts to describe states of mind and feelings in the moments’ continuity. Les Jeux de la fête, Publications de la Sorbonne, 1988. Le mode mineur de la réalité: paradoxes et photographies en anthropologie.
Louvain-la-Neuve: Peeters. 1992. ISBN 9789068314427. Les Religiosités séculières, Paris, PUF, 1993. Ethnographie de l'action: l'observation des détails. Paris: Editions Métailié. 1996. ISBN 9782864242147. La Religion de près. L'activité religieuse en train de se faire, Paris, Métailié, 1999. Détails d'amour ou le lien par l'écriture. Paris: L'Harmattan. 2003. ISBN 9782296312418. Le Fait religieux. Une théorie de la religion ordinaire, Economica, 2003. Le temps du deuil: essai d'anthropologie existentielle. Paris: Ed. de l'Atelier. 2005. ISBN 9782708238312. Petit traité d'anthropologie, Marchienne-au-Pont, Socrate Editions Promarex, 2006. L'Être humain, une question de détails, Marchienne-au-Pont, Socrate Editions Promarex, 2007. L'Acte d'exister. Une phénoménographie de la présence, Marchienne-au-Pont, Socrate Editions Promarex, 2009. Anthropologie existentiale, Paris, Pétra, 2009. Propositions anthropologiques pour refonder la discipline, Paris, Pétra, 2010. Fondements à une anthropologie des hommes, Hermann, 2011.
De l'ontologie en anthropologie, Berg International, 2012. L'origine de la croyance, Berg International, 2013. Contre le relationnisme. Lettre aux anthropologues, Lormont, Le Bord de l'eau, 2014. Méditation pessoanienne. Science de l'existence et destin de l'Anthropologue, Paris, Éditions Matériologiques, 2014. Avec Heidegger contre Heidegger. Introduction à une anthropologie de l'existence, Lausanne, Éditions L'Âge d'Homme, 2014. What is Existential Anthropology?, edited with Michael Jackson, New York - Oxford, Berghahn, 2015. ISBN 978-1-78238-636-0 Existence in the Details. Theory and Methodology in Existential Anthropology, Duncker & Humblot, 2015. ISBN 9783428146772 Aristote, Pessoa: l'appel de l'anthropologie, Paris, Pétra, 2016. L'humain impensé, Presses Universitaires de Paris Ouest, 2016. Antropologia dell'esistenza, Alvisopoli, 2016. Separate Humans. Anthropology, Existence, Mimesis International, 2016. Directly downloadable on Albert Piette's homepage and on Academia.edu Homepage Research center: Laboratoire d'ethnologie et de sociologie comparative Blog about anthropological phenomenography from Albert Piette's researches
Anjou is a borough of the city of Montreal. Prior to its 2002 merger it was a city known as Ville d'Anjou; the borough is located in the eastern end of the island of Montreal. The borough retained its former municipality logo, although the borough's logo is used on fleet vehicles without Montreal's logo. On fleet vehicles, the text reads "Ville de Montréal, arrondissement Anjou." The borough is bordered to the north and east by Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles, to the south by Mercier—Hochelaga-Maisonneuve and Montréal-Est, to the west by Saint Leonard, at the northwestern corner by Montréal-Nord. It has an area of 13.60 km² and a population of nearly 42,000. The borough is traversed by Autoroute 40 and Autoroute 25. Among other attractions, it contains the large Les Galeries d'Anjou shopping mall; the entire borough is located within the federal riding of Honoré-Mercier, within the provincial electoral district of Anjou–Louis-Riel. Following the November 5, 2017 Montreal municipal election, the current borough council consists of the following councillors: The Commission scolaire de la Pointe-de-l'Île operates French-language public schools.
The secondary school is the École secondaire d'Anjou. Primary schools Albatros Cardinal-Léger Chénier Des Roseraies Jacques-Rousseau St-Joseph Wilfrid-PelletierThe English Montreal School Board operates Anglophone public schools: Dalkeith Elementary SchoolThe borough has two libraries of the Montreal Public Libraries Network: Haut-Anjou and Jean-Corbeil. Municipal reorganization in Quebec
Erik Juel referred to as Erik Juel to Hundsbæk and Alsted, was a Danish courtier and Privy Councillor, the father of Admiral Niels Juel and of the politician and diplomat Jens Juel. Erik Juel was born in 1591 at Alsted, the son of Peder Juel of the noble Danish Juel family and his wife Margrethe née Ulfstand. From 1610 to 1616 he held the office of secretary to the Danish Chancellery, with a break during the Kalmar War from 1611 to 1613 when he was Hofjunker. During the siege of Kalmar he had a horse shot under him. After the war, in his capacity of secretary of the Chancellery, he was appointed Canon of Ribe Cathedral. In 1623 he was appointed provincial judge in Jutland and held several other local posts and offices, he was granted Gudum Convent by the Crown. During the Kejserkrigen, the Danish outshoot of the Thirty Years' War, he had to flee his estates in 1627, travelling to Zealand while his wife and children sought refuge in Norway. For a while, after the end of the war, he served as the leader of the Jutland nobility at the Provincial Meetings and was in 1638 and again in 1646 appointed country commissioner.
From 1640 to 1646 he was granted Pandumgaard in fee, from 1646 to 1648 Lundenæs and from 1648 to 1657 Aalborghus. During the Torstenson War, from 1643 to 1645, he was part of the military leadership in Jutland. In July 1651 he was elected a member of the Privy Council. Not living to see the achievements of his two sons and Jens Juel, he died on 13 February 1657, leaving his widow in poor financial circumstances. Erik Juel married Sophie Clausdatter Sehested on 4 October 1618, they had the following children: Claus Eriksen Juel Peder Juel Karen Eriksdatter Juel Niels Juel Jens Juel Melchior Juel Maren Eriksdatter Juel
James Shaffer was an African American religious leader, pastor who led the Church of Universal Triumph, Dominion of God, Inc. after the death of James F. Jones in 1971. James Shaffer was born February 14, 1910, in Money, Mississippi, as the youngest of 16 children born to Jeff and Elmira Shaffer. James Shaffer and his first wife, Wyoming Shaffer, moved to Detroit in 1943. Once they arrived they decided to attend a meeting of Triumph the Church and Kingdom of God in Christ to hear James F. Jones, known as Prophet Jones, speak. Shaffer became a leading minister in the Church of Universal Triumph, Dominion of God, Inc. serving as leader of the Detroit Headquarters' church, Universal Thankful Center #1, assistant to Jones. In time Jones, ailing in health, asked Shaffer to "carry his torch". On Jones's death in 1971, Shaffer succeeded him as'Dominion ruler'. In 1995, at the age of 85, Shaffer married long time Universal Triumph member Maggie Boatmon; the new Mrs. Shaffer became the new 1st Dominion Lady, in succession to the Catherine L. Jones, the late James Jones's mother, 1st Lady from the founding of the Dominion until her death in 1951.
In 2010, Shaffer celebrated his 100th birthday. The church reported on, "March 9, 2014 we lost our beloved leader Rev. Lord James Shaffer as he left the physical body to a higher spiritual plane, he is missed by his family and the spiritual community that he was so long a part of. He made this transition after turning 104 years young on Feb. 13, 2014. "Well done my good and faithful servant" Matt. 25:21." Https://web.archive.org/web/20120402203627/http://utdog.org/utdoghistory.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1dXrVjkY2c https://www.flickr.com/photos/patriciadrury/4307567283/ * https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=so4QF6aFrXM