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Wilhelm Ackermann

Wilhelm Friedrich Ackermann was a German mathematician best known for the Ackermann function, an important example in the theory of computation. Ackermann was born in Herscheid and was awarded a Ph. D. by the University of Göttingen in 1925 for his thesis Begründung des "tertium non datur" mittels der Hilbertschen Theorie der Widerspruchsfreiheit, a consistency proof of arithmetic without Peano induction. From 1929 until 1948, he taught at the Arnoldinum Gymnasium in Burgsteinfurt, at Lüdenscheid until 1961, he was a corresponding member of the Akademie der Wissenschaften in Göttingen, was an honorary professor at the University of Münster. In 1928, Ackermann helped David Hilbert turn his 1917 – 22 lectures on introductory mathematical logic into a text, Principles of Mathematical Logic; this text contained the first exposition of first-order logic, posed the problem of its completeness and decidability. Ackermann went on to construct consistency proofs for set theory, full arithmetic, type-free logic, a new axiomatization of set theory.

In turn, Hilbert's support vanished when Ackermann got married: Later in life, Ackerman continued working as a high school teacher. Still, he kept continually engaged in the field of research and published many contributions to the foundations of mathematics until the end of his life, he died in Lüdenscheid, Germany in December 1962. Ackermann coding Ackermann ordinal Ackermann set theory Ackermann function Inverse Ackermann function 1928. "On Hilbert's construction of the real numbers" in Jean van Heijenoort, ed. 1967. From Frege to Gödel: A Source Book in Mathematical Logic, 1879-1931. Harvard Univ. Press: 493-507. 1940. Zur Widerspruchsfreiheit der Zahlentheorie, Mathematische Annalen, vol. 117, pp 162–194. 1950. Principles of Mathematical Logic. Chelsea. Translation of 1938 German edition. 1954. Solvable cases of the decision problem. North Holland. O'Connor, John J.. Wilhelm Ackermann at the Mathematics Genealogy Project Erich Friedman's page on Ackermann at Stetson University Hermes, In memoriam WILHELM ACKERMANN 1896-1962 Author profile in the database zbMATH

Schorsch Kamerun

Schorsch Kamerun, whose real name is Thomas Sehl, is a German musician, author, theatre director, club proprietor. His stage name is a parody of the name of the singer of American punk band Dead Kennedys, called Jello Biafra, he is best known as the founding member and lead singer of Die Goldenen Zitronen, a political punk band from Hamburg. In recent years, he has worked as an author and director for the theater and has staged several of his plays at renowned theatres around Germany and Switzerland, such as the Volksbuehne in Berlin. Kamerun is co-founder, with Rocko Schamoni and others, of the Golden Pudel nightclub in Hamburg, well known as a center of the Hamburger Schule movement in German alternative rock, he released some solo albums, radio dramas and recorded songs for a few compilation albums. 1996: Warum Ändern Schlief 1997: Now: Sex Image 2000: Schorsch Kamerun - Monsters Rule The World! Hanns Eisler - Hollywood Elegien, WDR 2003 Eisstadt, WDR 2005 Ein Menschenbild, das in seiner Summe null ergibt, WDR 2006 Official Website http://www.staatstheater-hannover.de/sstuecke04/kinderbett.shtml

Mushihimesama Futari

Mushihimesama Futari, a bullet hell shooter by Cave, was released in arcades on October 27, 2006 and as a sequel to Mushihimesama. Mushihimesama Futari was released on the Xbox 360 in Japan on November 26, 2009. In April 2012, Cave released a port of the game on the iOS platforms, titled Bug Princess 2. Selectable game modes include Original and Maniac, with unlockable Ultra mode, with each mode increasing in difficulty; the game features each with a boss and mid-boss. The players can select two characters - Reco and Palm, choose normal or abnormal shot type for each; the main scoring system in this game involves collecting gems. In Original and Ultra mode, the gem counter switches colour from green to blue every 500 gems; the players collect more gems by killing enemies with the player's laser when the counter is blue, with the player's shot when the counter is green. There is an overall gem counter and a stage counter. In Maniac mode, when the chain bar is full and flashing red, killing enemies with A increases the number of gems acquired.

Version 1.5 replaced Version 1.0 as the standard version of the game. Item and game system was changed as well as modified bullet patterns on the bosses. Considered easier than Version 1.0. Ultra mode unlocked from the start. Gem counter switches colour every 2000 in Version 1.5 Ultra mode. The basic plot revolves around the death of the antagonist from the first game and his mother, going insane and seeking revenge on Reco for killing him, her younger son Palm goes in search of Reco to learn the truth about his brother on his own. Reco finds Palm lost far from home and the two become friends, with Palm learning what happened to Aki was not her fault. Together, they aim to stop the madness of Larsa. Larsa is the main antagonist of the story. Mushihimesama Futari does not allow changing of player's shot during mid-game and each character has a specific shot-type associated with them. Though Mushihimesama Futari was only released in Japan, it was released without a region lock. CAVE released a few subsequent Xbox 360 shooters in region-free format, including Espgaluda II Black Label, Muchi Muchi Pork!, Pink Sweets.

The Mushihimesama Futari original soundtrack was released on CD on May 30, 2007 in Japan and was published by Cave. The Black Label soundtrack was released in 2009 as Mushihime-sama Double Arrange Album, along with arranged compositions from the original Mushihime-sama; the Xbox 360 release includes Version 1.5, Arrange game modes. The player can select between original arcade graphics, new high resolution graphics; the players can play the game in tate, with numerous graphical options, including scanlines. The Xbox 360 exclusive arrange mode allows 1 player only to play through the game with special rules. If a player is a hit they do not die and instead a bomb is launched on contact, the player is allowed to switch between controlling Reco or Palm, with the non-active character ghosting alongside the active one while shooting, changing generates a temporary shield. Selecting shot type is not available in this mode however. Black Label could be downloaded for 1200 Microsoft Points from the Xbox Live Marketplace under the misspelled title "Mushihime-sama Hutari Black Lavel" as an add-on only, not the full game.

First print editions included Version 1.01 via a download code. The limited edition release for Xbox 360 came with an arrange soundtrack CD, an Xbox 360 faceplate and either a version A or version B telephone card. A Platinum Edition was released. All versions of the game are region-free; the game includes a "wait control" option where the player can make the bullets slow down when numerous. This is technically the first time. On June of the same year, the Black Label version of the game was released globally under the name Bug Princess 2 BLACK LABEL. Famitsu magazine awarded Mushihimesama Futari ver. 1.5 a score of 29/40 based on four reviews. Official websites for Arcade and Xbox 360 versions

Felinae

The Felinae are a subfamily of the family Felidae. This subfamily comprises the small cats having a bony hyoid, because of which they are able to purr but not roar. Other authors proposed an alternative definition for this subfamily: as comprising only the living conical-toothed cat genera with two tribes, the Felini and Pantherini; the members of the Felinae have retractile claws. Their larynx is kept close to the base of the skull by an ossified hyoid, they can purr owing to the vocal folds being shorter than 6 mm. The cheetah Acinonyx does not have cutaneous sheaths for guarding claws; the term Felini was first used in 1817 by Gotthelf Fischer von Waldheim, at the time for all the cat species, proposed as belonging to the genus Felis. In 1917, Reginald Innes Pocock subordinated the following genera to the Felinae, proposed in the course of the 19th century: Lynx, Leptailurus, Pardofelis, Herpailurus and four more; the Felinae and Pantherinae diverged about 11.5 million years ago. The genera within the Felinae diverged between 4.23 million years ago.

Today, the following genera and species are recognised as belonging to the Felinae: The phylogenetic relationships of Felinae are shown in the following cladogram: Cats portal List of felids Media related to Felinae at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Felinae at Wikispecies

Isabella Andreini

Isabella Andreini known as Isabella Da Padova, was an Italian actress and writer. Considered beautiful and well educated, she was one of the most famous performers of her time. Isabella Andreini was a member of the Compagnia dei Comici Gelosi, an important touring theatre company that performed for the highest social circles of Italy and France. Famous in her time, distinguished alike for her acting and her character, the role of Isabella of the commedia dell'arte, was named after her. Isabella Andreini was born Isabella Canali in Padua. Although her family was poor, Isabella received a complete classical education, she was interested in literary culture and became fluent in several languages which she put to use in her La Pazzia d'Isabella. In 1576, at age fourteen, Isabella Andreini was hired by the troupe of Flaminio Scala, the Compagnia dei Comici Gelosi; the Gelosi was a well-established theatre company that performed both scripted and unscripted Commedia dell'arte. The Gelosi were patronized by the aristocracy of northern Italy performing for the gentry of Italy and France.

Henry III of France was fond of the troupe, Isabella performed for him in those early years. From the beginning, Isabella performed the role of the enamored woman, the prima donna innamorata, she liked to improvise so the traditional character was less dull and more savvy, she began to improvise and shaped the art form into one of comedic bits and spontaneity. She was one of the women who introduced and excelled at improvisation She was daring and memorable, sometimes taking off or tearing her clothes onstage. Additionally, Isabella was recognized for her flexibility, an important skill for all commedia dell'arte characters, regardless of sex. Isabella Andreini used, she recognized the importance of her status as the leading actress in a brand new profession. Isabella worked with the Gelosi until her death. In 1578 Isabella Andreini met and married Francesco Andreini, non-traditionally took his last name, who would become the director of the Gelosi. Isabella became an important voice within the Gelosi company.

Together with her husband she managed the troupe's activities and she negotiated with possible patrons. Isabella bore three boys and four girls, while touring in the Gelosi, she was a dedicated mother. While her firstborn son, continued the theatrical tradition, all her other male children were raised by the aristocracy of Mantua to become clergy in Italian monasteries, except one son who became a guard of a duke, she was strong in her motherhood and her role as wife to Francesco Andreini. In 1589, Isabella Andreini performed her comic work La Pazzia d'Isabella for the Florentine court during the wedding of Ferdinando I de' Medici and Christina of Lorraine, the details of the improvised play have endured until modern times. Fluent in several languages, she was renowned for her intellectual presentation and refined presence. In this play she creates madness by using several languages and imitating dialects of the other characters on stage, she was versatile in her craft and referred to herself as being capable of playing any male roles.

She created the role of Fabrizio, a character used in many of Flaminio Scala's scenarios, where she plays a transvestite pageboy. Isabella was noted as having played three different characters in one scenario, showcasing her improvisation skills and her talent. In 1599, Isabella Andreini performed before Henry IV, King of France, his wife Maria de Medici. Isabella performed at least once for two other troupes: the Confidenti of the Duke of Mantua in 1589, the Uniti in 1601. In 1602, Isabella toured northern Italy, in 1603 she performed again for Henry IV, Marie de' Medici and a local audience at Fontainebleau and Paris; this would be her last tour, because early in 1604 she died near Lyon, on her way back to Italy, when she miscarried her eighth child at age 42. After her state funeral, memorial coins were struck in her honour with one side representing her as a powerful Roman ruler, the other as the fame goddess herself; the death of Isabella was observed by the people of Lyon, with a public funeral and an engraved medallion of that year which featured Isabella's portrait on one side, the figure of Fame on the reverse with the words aeterna fama.

Although Francesco Andreini dissolved the Gelosi after her death, their son Giambattista Andreini, an actor and a playwright, started his own company, the Fedeli, with the original troupe of the Gelosi. Beside performing on stage, Isabella Andreini was a recognized intellectual who dedicated much of her time to literature; the themes of her plays were shaded with some notions questioning the situation of the woman in the society of that epoch. Indeed, after publishing Mirtilla she began corresponding with contemporary intellectuals, attending their forums, -an uncommon achievement for a woman in her era- in 1601 she was integrated into the literary society of the Accademia degli Intenti of Pavia, for which she adopted the nickname of Accesa. In a poetry contest held by the Cardinal Giorgio Cinthio Aldobrandini of Rome, Isabella Andreini attained second place, only behind the Renaissance poet Torquato Tasso. Like the Tasso, both Gabriello Chiabrera and Giambattista Marino have praised her. Apart from writing plays, Isabella wrote poetry and corresponded with a great variety of people.

Her sonnets were published in diverse Italian books of anthology. Mir

Aapla Manus

Aapla Manus is a 2018 Indian Marathi language mystery film directed by Satish Rajwade and produced by Ajay Devgn and Abhinav Shukla. A film adaptation of the Marathi play Katkon Trikon by Dr Vivek Bele, the film stars Nana Patekar, Iravati Harshe and Sumeet Raghavan in the lead roles and is Devgn's first Marathi film as a producer, it was released on 9 February 2018. Devgn announced. Aapla Manus is a story of young couple living in an urban area; the couple lives with the father of the man. They are trying to understand the complexities of the relationship and at the same time they are trying to cope with the urban life; some unexpected incident happen in their life. Nana Patekar as Maruti Nagargoje/Abba Ghokhle Iravati Harshe Bhakti Rahul Gokhale Sumeet Raghavan Rahul Ghokhale Ajay Devgn special appearance at the end Aapla Manus was successful both critically and commercially, it completed 50 days run at the box office. Aapla Manus on IMDb