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Gábor Kornél Tolnai

Gábor Kornél Tolnai, born November 22, 1902 in Budapest, died on February 3, 1982 in Stockholm, was a Hungarian-Swedish Diploma engineer, constructor, mechanical engineer, precision engineer, electrical engineer and a self-employed person. He is best known for his inventions and patents for spinning machines, devices for the Swedish National Defense and several types of tape recorders. Kornél Tolnai was born in 1902 in Budapest in Hungary and took his Diploma Engineer's degree at the Technical University of Budapest in 1924. During the years 1928-1931 Kornél Tolnai made three inventions of his own, Centralograph and Regulator, which he accomplished completely. After that he came into contact with the Swedish LM Ericsson, they bought his patents and he was working at LM Ericsson, both in Stockholm and in Budapest for some years. He set up an experimental workshop in Stockholm and worked with designs and inventions, some of which led to patents, he was active in Sweden from 1935 and became a Swedish citizen in 1940.

Gábor Kornél Tolnai was the son of his wife Ilona Tolnai. His father was active in the Magyar Államvasutak, the Hungarian State Railways, popularly MÁV. In 1932 he met his Swedish wife at a party in the "Winter garden" at Grand Hôtel Royal in Stockholm, when the Swedish-Hungarian society had a jubilee; the Swedish artist David Wallin had just sold a painting and Child, to the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest, David Wallin was invited to Grand Hotel Royal and he took his 22-year-old daughter Bianca with him. She was an educated artist. Kornél and Bianca engaged on January 24, 1935. In 1935, on September 17, Kornél Tolnai married the Swedish artist Bianca Wallin, she was his wife Elin Wallin. In 1935 the couple settled down in Stockholm and in 1942 he moved with his family to a large villa in Bromma, outside Stockholm, where he lived with his family until he died in 1982 at nearly eighty years of age, he had three daughters, born in 1939, born in 1942 and Hillevi, born in 1944. Gábor Kornél Tolnai entered the German-speaking Lutheran Fasori Gimnázium in Budapest for eight years in 1912 through 1920.

Budapest–Fasori Evangélikus Gimnázium, 1071 Budapest, Városligeti fasor 17–21, was one of the best schools in Budapest, he got his higher school certificate in the spring of 1920. He was a classmate of Eugene Wigner, eminent physicist and Nobel Prize winner in Physics in 1963 and schoolmate of John von Neumann, eminent mathematician, physicist and inventor of the computor. Fasori Evangélikus Gimnázium had a strong academic tradition and outstanding teachers, i.e. mathematics teacher László Rátz, physics teacher Mikola Sándor and class teacher Imre Oppel. Fasori Gimnázium is a famous secondary school in Budapest, it is located near the City Park. After graduating Gábor Kornél Tolnai studied at the Technical University of Budapest, he was ready in record time with his Diploma Engineer degree only 21 years old in the spring of 1924. After his diploma in Budapest in spring 1924 Gábor Kornél Tolnai settled down in Paris for study and practice for three years. In the autumn of 1927 Tolnai returned to Budapest and became an employee of the Group Linum-Taussig in Budapest as a technical superior and supervisor of the company's industrial spinning machines for spinning textiles manufacturing in the process of creating yarn from various raw fibre materials.

Spinning is an ancient textile art in which plant, animal or synthetic fibers, are twisted together to form yarn. Linum-Taussig was established in 1922; the head office of the company Linum-Taussig Sámuel és Fiai Lenfonó és Szövőipar Részvénytársaság was in Budapest, they had a branch office in Győr. Linum-Taussig Sámuel és Fiai Lenfonó és Szövőipari Rt. was founded in 1922. For the company Linum-Taussig Kornél Tolnai worked as a supervisor in the city of Győr at their spinning machine factory there. Győr is the most important industrial city of northwest Hungary and is situated about 30 km from Budapest between Budapest and Vienna, with waggons and machinery factories; the factory system began widespread use somewhat when cotton spinning of textiles was mechanized. The company in Győr had mechanical flax- and hamp weaving for surface treatment and impregnation, fabrics of jute, production of bags and tents transportation; the plant had a wide product range of tablecloths, pressings, tarpaulin sheets, canvas cloths made up of technical textiles.

The name of the company, Group Linum-Taussig, shows. Linum is a genus of 200 species in the flowering plant family Linaceae, native to temperate and subtropical regions of the world, it includes the Common Flax, the bast fibre of, used to produce linen and the seeds to produce linseed oil. A year in the autumn of 1928, he established himself as self-employed in Budapest with a precision-tool workshop, whose activity was based on three of his own inventions, which he had patented. All these inventions were intended for the registration and improvement of the running of the spinning machines. At times he had about ten employees in his workshop; the name of his firm was G. K. Tolnai, Finommechanikai készülékek for Fine mechanical devices, in Mester útca 13, IX. Budapest in the district of Ferencváros. In his machine workhop in Budapest he manufactured the machines, which he had invented, he collaborated with the manager of the company Linum Taussig, Paul Hermann, Budaörsi út 45, XI. Budapest, Újbuda in the

Snake Rewind

Snake Rewind is a freemium mobile arcade video game developed and published by Rumilus Design and was released in May 2015 for iOS, Android and Windows Phone. Taneli Armanto, the developer behind the Snake game included by default in lots of Nokia phones that were produced 1997 and 1998, partnered with Rumilus Design to create this app; the game received mixed reception from critics because of the glitchy control scheme. In Snake Rewind the player controls a snake-like dot or line and must try to collect the fruits that spawn around the playing field while trying to stay inside the boarded plane and not accidentally running into the snake itself; as the player moves forwards, the snake will leave a trail of where it has been thus the player must choose where they want to go. The main area where Snake Rewind differs from the original Snake game is ability to rewind time when the snake dies; the rewind ability is used by the games currency. The game features 10 different areas to play in. Taneli Armanto, the creator of the first snake game released onto Nokia phones in 1997 and 1998 paired with Rumilus Design in order to create the game.

Armanto said in a press release that the game took the "iconic elements and intuitive gameplay from the original snake game" and combined it with special effects, sounds and "innovative new features" Although the price was never revealed until the day of release, people speculated using the information they had been given that it would be a free-to-play mobile game with microtransactions. When the game was released it proved these speculations right; the microtransactions were through the in-game shop called the "Fruit Store". Snake Rewind received mixed acclaim from critics because of the "broken" control scheme. Jennifer Allen, a 148Apps writer criticized the control scheme saying "there’s a choice of swipes or taps but neither succeeds" and can sometime result in failures that weren't the players fault; the game was called "nostalgic" by reviewers because it kept the original gameplay mechanics. WMPoweruser writer, Jay Asimhabr gave the game an 8/10 because of the poor controls but said the game was nostalgic in its own right.

Jordan Devore, a writer at Destructoid said the original snake game did not need a modern-day sequel. Promotional site

White-fronted plover

The white-fronted plover or white-fronted sandplover is a small shorebird of the family Charadriidae that inhabits sandy beaches, dunes and the shores of rivers and lakes in sub-saharan Africa and Madagascar. It lays clutches of 1-3 eggs; the species is monogamous and long-lived, with a life expectancy of 11 years. The vast majority of pairs that mate together stay together during the following years of breeding and retain the same territory; the white-fronted plover has a similar appearance to the Kentish plover, with a white fore crown and dark bands connecting the eyes to the bill. Four or five subspecies are recognized, which vary in the colour shade of the neck collar and breast: C. m. arenaceus occurs from southern Mozambique to the south-western Cape Province in South Africa. C. m. marginatus, the nominate subspecies, occurs from southern Angola to the south-western Cape Province. C. m. mechowi occurs locally in Africa south of the Sahara to northern Angola, Botswana and northern Mozambique.

C. m. tenellus is endemic to Madagascar. C. m. pons is a subspecies, not accepted by all authorities. The average white-fronted plover weighs 45-50 g, the two sexes differ in plumage coloration. Adult male plovers show a white forecrown and supercilium, with a dark band crossing the mid crown, with the rest of the crown a sandy grey colour; the face is white, with a blackish brown stripe running from behind the eye to the ear coverts. The mantle and rump is light greyish brown, with pale brown to grey fringing feathers; the upper covert and central feathers of the tail are black, the lateral feathers are white. Primaries and secondaries are dark brown with white shafts and inner webs. White-fronted plovers have a pale dusky-brown lateral patch on the upper breast, white underparts with a washed chestnut lower breast and upper belly; the eyes are brown, the bill is black, the legs are pale grey, green-grey, or pale green/olive. Adult females have a similar appearance to adult males, however the black crown band is less defined and not as thick, may be absent in some cases.

Juveniles have similar markings to adult females, but always lack the crown band altogether, there is no black colouration on the head- lores are brown. The lateral breast patch is variable between individuals of this species; the voice of a white-fronted plover is a gentle piping ‘wit’, ‘woo-et’, ‘twirit’, ‘tirit-tirit’, as well as ‘pi-peep’. When a plover is defending a territory, a harsh ‘chiza-chiza’ can be heard, followed by a ‘purrr’ or ‘squeak’; when the incomplete egg set is visited, a ‘croo’ sound is called, during incubation a short ‘clirrup’ sound or ‘clup’ is made when alarmed. Other alarm calls consist of ‘kittup’ and ‘chirrrt’. Adult courtship is a sharp ‘krewwwwww’, freshly hatched chicks call a ‘tsick’, to get the attention of their parent; the white-fronted plover is endemic to sub-saharan Africa, occurs at varying densities from Senegambia and Somalia to South Africa. The species is present along the entire South African coast and is found inland, near large lakes and rivers.

It inhabits Madagascar. In Madagascar, breeding populations are resident on all coasts, inland; the white-fronted plover has both resident and migratory populations, with some birds undertaking local seasonal movements. The coastal populations are sedentary, but move to more sheltered shores from exposed areas during harsh winters. Flooding of the lakes or the shores that they inhabit might urge inland populations to migrate. Birds leave from December to May, moving from their inland habitats to the East coast of South Africa; the species predominantly inhabits sandy shores, coastal dunes, estuaries and lake shores, intertidal mudflats or rocky coasts. It prefers to nests away on exposed sand among dry kelp wrack, it nests on sandy shores, near both alkaline and fresh water inland rivers and lakes. The white-fronted plover forages during both day and night, using the typical plover run-stop-search technique; this consists of running around, stopping to peck at an item and running again. Prey can be pecked from the surface of water, or caught with shallow jabs, inserting less than half of the bill into the substratum.

Another method used to forage is foot-trembling, which involves vibrating the toes on substratum to disturb small insects or force invertebrates to the surface. This has not been reported in the Madagascan populations. Other feeding techniques include flying up to catch insects, feeding on insects that wash up on shore after getting caught in water; the main prey of the white-fronted plover are sand flies, termites, mosquito pupae, fairy shrimp, bivalves, isopods and other small crustaceans and worms. Plovers forage in the upper half of the intertidal zone on sandy beaches, along high water lines and flooded depressions of dunes in summer. In winter, they forage lower on the shore, they follow the waves in and out, foraging on the freshly wetted ground. They prefer foraging during low tide, but in kelp wrack at high tide. In the middle of the day, they stop foraging to preen; some individuals defend their feeding territories year round, while others forage in non-territorial flocks, sometimes in mixed-species flocks with sanderlings and curlew sandpipers.

The white-fronted plover is a monogamous solitary breeder with a life expectancy of 11 years. It is found in pai

Nimrat Khaira

Nimrat Khaira is an Indian singer and playback singer known for his work in Punjabi-language music and films. She has been nominated for one PTC Punjabi Film award, she is the winner of Voice of Punjab season 3. She gained fame after the release of her single "Ishq Kacheri", she performed at Saras Mela, held in Bathinda. She hosted the third edition of Radio Mirchi Music Awards with Amrit Maan, she started her singing career from song "Rab Karke", released on 24 September 2015 and was duo associated with Nishawn Bhullar and was released on record label Punj-aab Records. The song received good response from audience but she got much fame through her next two songs "Ishq Kacheri" and "SP De Rank Wargi" both released in 2016, she continued her success with songs like "Salute Wajde" in 2016. In 2017, she launched many singles many of them overcame as massive hits like "Rohab Rakhdi", "Dubai Wale Sheikh", "Suit" and "Designer", she won Best female vocalist award for her duo "Dubai Wale Sheikh" from Manje Bistre at Brit Asia Awards and nominated at Filmare Punjabi Award.

Her song "Designer" composed by Deep Jandu came in controversy after a foreign composer "Zwirek" claimed the music and the song was removed from YouTube but the song was readded to YouTube after music was proved original. She started her film career in 2017 with Lahoriye, wherein she played the role of Kikkar's sister Harleen Kaur, her performance in film was appreciated by audience. She was nominated for Best Debut Performance and Best Supporting Actress in different Award Ceremonies, her second film Afsar is set to be released on 5 October 2018. Film marks as Debut as lead actress for Nimrat Khaira. In film, Nimrat Khaira had shared screen with Tarsem Jassar, she had played the role of Harman, Teacher in Government school. In 2020, her Jodi is releasing, written and directed by Amberdeep Singh. In the film, she is co-starring Diljit Dosanjh, it is Rhythm Boyz Entertainment after Lahoriye. Nimrat Khaira on IMDb Nimrat Khaira on Facebook

Nahalat Shiv'a

Nahalat Shiv'a is a former courtyard neighborhood in Jerusalem, Israel. It was the third neighborhood built outside the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem in the 1860s. Today it is a crowded pedestrian promenade lined with sidewalk cafes, it is considered part of the larger Nachlaot neighborhood. Nahalat Shiv'a was the third residential neighborhood built outside the city walls, it was founded in 1869 as a cooperative effort by seven Jerusalem families who pooled their funds to purchase the land and build homes. There are two different stories about the actual process of buying the land, Yosef Rivlin's and Yoel Moshe Salomon's. Rivlin claimed he raised the money on a trip to Russia in 1859, while Solomon claimed that it was his idea. Lots were cast and founder Yosef Rivlin won the right to build the first house in the neighborhood.. The other seven founders were Yehoshua Yelling, Michele Hacohen, Binyamin Salant, Haim Halevi and Aryeh Leib Horowitz. In 1873, milk cows were imported from Amsterdam and a dairy was opened in Nahalat Shiv'a.

A carriage service to Jaffa Gate was inaugurated that summer. By 1875 there were 50 families in Nahalat Shiv'a. In 1918, there were 861 people in Nahalat Shiv ` 253 houses; the Safrai Gallery was founded in Nahalat Shiv'a in 1935. The Friends of Zion Museum is located in Nachalat Shiv'a; the Museum entrance is at #20 Yosef Rivlin Street, the house, the home of neighborhood founder Yosef Rivlin, great-grandfather of Israeli President Reuven Rivlin. On October 9, 1994, Hamas carried out a shooting spree in Nahalat Shiv'a, using two Palestinian Authority policemen defectors. Two people were killed and 16 wounded. Ma'ayan Levy, 19, Samir Mugrabi, 35, were killed in the attack