Stephen Rea is a Northern Irish film and stage actor. Rea has appeared in films such as V for Vendetta, Michael Collins, Interview with the Vampire and Breakfast on Pluto. Rea was nominated for an Academy Award for his lead performance as Fergus in the 1992 film The Crying Game, he has during years had important roles in the Hugo Blick TV series The Shadow Line and The Honourable Woman, for which he won a BAFTA Award. Rea was born in Northern Ireland, to Protestant parents, he studied English at the Queen's University Belfast, drama at the Abbey Theatre School in Dublin. In the late 1970s, he acted in the Focus Company in Dublin with Colm Meaney. After appearing on the stage and in television and film for many years in Ireland and the United Kingdom, Rea came to international attention when he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor for the film The Crying Game, he is a frequent collaborator with Irish film-maker Neil Jordan. Rea has long been associated with some of the most important writers in Ireland.
His association with playwright Stewart Parker, for example, began when they were students together at the Queen's University Belfast. Rea helped establish the Field Day Theatre Company in 1980 with Tom Paulin, Brian Friel, Seamus Heaney and Seamus Deane. In recognition for his contribution to theatre and performing arts, Rea was given honorary degrees from both the Queen's University Belfast and the Ulster University in 2004. Rea's friendship with American playwright and actor Sam Shepard dates back to the early 1970s, he starred in Shepard's directorial début of his play Geography of a Horse Dreamer at the Royal Court Theatre in 1974. In 2007, Rea began a successful and acclaimed relationship with both the Abbey Theatre and Sam Shepard, appearing in Kicking a Dead Horse and Ages of the Moon, both penned by Shepard and both transferred to New York. Rea returned to the Abbey in 2009 to appear in the world première of Sebastian Barry's Tales of Ballycumber. Rea was hired to speak the words of Gerry Adams -- 94 broadcasting ban.
In 2011, Rea featured in the BBC crime drama The playing antagonist Gatehouse. In April 2012, Rea read James Joyce's short story "The Dead" on RTÉ Radio 1, he narrated for the BBC Radio 4 production of Ulysses for Bloomsday, 16 June 2012. Rea starred in Enda Walsh's 2014 play Ballyturk and portrayed Jordan in Out of the Dark, in which he co-stars alongside Julia Stiles, Scott Speedman and Alejandro Furth. Rea was married for 17 years to Dolours Price, a former Provisional Irish Republican Army bomber and hunger striker who became a critic of Sinn Féin. Price attended a performance of Rea's at the Court Theatre in London in 1973, the night before she participated in a car bombing which injured 200 people, they had been divorced when she died on 23 January 2013. They have two sons. Rea is an Ambassador for UNICEF Ireland, he lives in County Donegal. Stephen Rea on IMDb Stephen Rea at the Internet Broadway Database Stephen Rea at the Internet Off-Broadway Database Stage credits
Mantsi (autonym: mã˥˧ tsi˥˧. Mantsi has 40 initials, 27 vowels, 6 tones. Mantsi may be related to the Kathu and Mo'ang languages of Wenshan Prefecture, China. Lama concludes that Mantsi and Maang constitute the most divergent branch of the Lolo-Burmese languages; the Red Lolo and Flowery Lolo live in Hà Giang Province of Vietnam. Both speak similar languages; the language spoken by the Red Lolo was investigated by Jerold A. Edmondson in the late 1990s. In Funing County in Yunnan across the border in China, related languages are spoken by peoples known as the White Lolo; the Lô Lô ethnic group of northern Vietnam consists of 3,134 people in Hà Giang and Cao Bằng including some in Mường Khương District of Lào Cai Province. They are known as Mùn Di, Di, Màn Di, La La, Qua La, Ô Man, Lu Lộc Màn. In Vietnam: Flowery LoloHà Giang Province Xín Cái, Mèo Vạc District Lũng Cù, Đồng Văn DistrictRed LoloHà Giang Province Mèo Vạc District Yên Minh DistrictWhite LoloHà Giang Province Mèo Vạc DistrictThe Black Lolo live in Bảo Lạc District, Cao Bằng Province, just to the east of Hà Giang Province.
Black Lolo of Cao Bằng is covered in Iwasa. Black LoloBảo Lạc District, Cao Bằng Province Hồng Tri Đức Hạnh Nghàm Lồm, Cô Ba Township Quoc lists the following ethnic Lolo villages in northern Vietnam. Meo Vac District, Ha Giang Thượng Phùng township bản Mỏ Phàng bản Hoa Cà Xin Cái township Cờ Tẳng Cờ Lẳng Mè Lẳng bản Sắng Pả A/B, Mèo Vạc Dong Van District, Ha Giang bản Lô Lô Chải, Lũng Cú township bản Mã Là, Lũng Táo township khu Đoàn Kết, Sủng Là township Bao Lac District, Cao Bang Hồng Trị township Cốc Xả Trên/Dươi Khau Cà Khau Trang Nà Van Khuổi Khon Khuổi Pao bản Ngàm Lầm, Cô Ba township Bao Lam District, Cao Bang Đức Hạnh township Edmondson, Jerold A. 2003. Three Tibeto-Burman Languages of Vietnam. M.s. Hsiu, Andrew. 2014. "Mondzish: a new subgroup of Lolo-Burmese". In Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Chinese Languages and Linguistics. Taipei: Academia Sinica. Quốc Khánh Vũ. 2011. Người Lô Lô ở Việt Nam. Hanoi: VNA Publishing House
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Boldenone occurs in the scent gland of Ilybius fenestratus, a species of aquatic beetle. Ciba patented boldenone in 1949, it subsequently developed several experimental esters of the drug in the 1960s. One of these was boldenone undecylenate, introduced for clinical use under the brand name Parenabol and saw some use in the late 1960s and early 1970s. However, it was discontinued before the end of the 1970s. Subsequently, boldenone undecylenate was introduced by Squibb under the brand name Equipose for veterinary use, most in horses. Boldenone is the generic name of the drug and its INN and BAN. Boldenone is marketed as veterinary drug as boldenone undecylenate under the following brand names: Boldebal H, Sybolin, it is marketed as a veterinary combination drug with methandriol under the brand name Drive. In the Ukraine, it is marketed for human consumption as the injectable steroid Boldenol. There are many known cases of doping in sports with boldenone undecylenate by professional athletes. Equipoise - William Llewellyn's Anabolic.org