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Sacquenay

21 noviembre, 2017 (23:17) | Sin categoría | By: admin

Sacquenay ist eine französische Gemeinde mit 276 Einwohnern (Stand: 1. Januar 2014) im Département Côte-d’Or in der Region Bourgogne-Franche-Comté (vor 2016 Bourgogne). Sie gehört zum Arrondissement Dijon und zum Kanton Is-sur-Tille (bis 2015 Selongey).

Sacquenay liegt rund 30 Kilometer nordöstlich von Dijon. Nachbargemeinden sind Cusey im Norden und Nordosten, Chaume-et-Courchamp im Osten und Südosten, Fontaine-Française im Süden und Südosten, Chazeuil im Westen und Südwesten sowie Occey im Westen und Nordwesten.

Agey | Ahuy | Aiserey | Ancey | Arceau | Arcey | Arc-sur-Tille | Asnières-lès-Dijon | Athée | Aubigny-lès-Sombernon | Auxonne | Avelanges | Avot | Barbirey-sur-Ouche | Barjon | Baulme-la-Roche | Beaumont-sur-Vingeanne | Beire-le-Châtel | Beire-le-Fort | Bellefond | Belleneuve | Bessey-lès-Cîteaux | Bèze | Bézouotte | Billey | Binges | Blagny-sur-Vingeanne | Blaisy-Bas | Blaisy-Haut | Bligny-le-Sec | Bourberain | Boussenois | Bressey-sur-Tille | Bretenière | Bretigny | Brognon&nbsp dry pak waterproof;| Busserotte-et-Montenaille | Bussières | Bussy-la-Pesle | Cessey-sur-Tille | Chaignay | Chambeire | Champagne-sur-Vingeanne | Champagny | Champdôtre | Chanceaux | Charmes | Chaume-et-Courchamp | Chazeuil | Chenôve | Cheuge | Chevigny-Saint-Sauveur | Cirey-lès-Pontailler | Clénay | Cléry | Collonges-lès-Premières | Corcelles-les-Monts | Courlon | Courtivron | Couternon | Crécey-sur-Tille | Crimolois | Cuiserey | Curtil-Saint-Seine | Cussey-les-Forges | Daix | Dampierre-et-Flée | Darois | Diénay | Dijon | Drambon | Drée | Échannay | Échevannes | Échigey | Épagny | Étaules | Étevaux | Fauverney | Fénay | Flacey | Flagey-lès-Auxonne | Flammerans | Flavignerot | Fleurey-sur-Ouche | Foncegrive | Fontaine-Française | Fontaine-lès-Dijon | Fontenelle | Fraignot-et-Vesvrotte | Francheville | Frénois | Gemeaux | Genlis | Gergueil | Gissey-sur-Ouche | Grancey-le-Château-Neuvelle | Grenant-lès-Sombernon | Grosbois-en-Montagne | Hauteville-lès-Dijon | Heuilley-sur-Saône | Is-sur-Tille | Izeure | Izier | Jancigny | Labergement-Foigney | Labergement-lès-Auxonne | Lamarche-sur-Saône | Lamargelle | Lantenay | Le Meix | Léry | Les Maillys | Licey-sur-Vingeanne | Longchamp | Longeault | Longecourt-en-Plaine | Longvic | Lux

Magny-Montarlot | Magny-Saint-Médard | Magny-sur-Tille | Mâlain | Marandeuil | Marcilly-sur-Tille | Marey-sur-Tille | Marliens | Marsannay-la-Côte | Marsannay-le-Bois | Maxilly-sur-Saône | Mesmont&nbsp hydration vest;| Messigny-et-Vantoux | Mirebeau-sur-Bèze | Moloy | Montigny-Mornay-Villeneuve-sur-Vingeanne | Montmançon | Montoillot | Neuilly-lès-Dijon | Noiron-sur-Bèze | Norges-la-Ville | Oisilly | Orain | Orgeux | Orville | Ouges | Panges | Pasques | Pellerey | Perrigny-lès-Dijon | Perrigny-sur-l’Ognon | Pichanges | Plombières-lès-Dijon | Pluvault | Pluvet | Poiseul-la-Grange | Poiseul-lès-Saulx | Poncey-lès-Athée | Poncey-sur-l’Ignon | Pont | Pontailler-sur-Saône | Pouilly-sur-Vingeanne | Prâlon | Premières | Prenois | Quetigny | Remilly-en-Montagne | Remilly-sur-Tille | Renève | Rouvres-en-Plaine | Ruffey-lès-Echirey | Sacquenay | Saint-Anthot | Saint-Apollinaire | Sainte-Marie-sur-Ouche | Saint-Jean-de-Bœuf | Saint-Julien | Saint-Léger-Triey | Saint-Martin-du-Mont | Saint-Maurice-sur-Vingeanne | Saint-Sauveur | Saint-Seine-l’Abbaye | Saint-Seine-sur-Vingeanne | Saint-Victor-sur-Ouche | Salives | Saulx-le-Duc | Saussy | Savigny-le-Sec | Savigny-sous-Mâlain | Savolles | Selongey | Sennecey-lès-Dijon | Soirans | Soissons-sur-Nacey | Sombernon | Spoy | Talant | Talmay | Tanay | Tarsul | Tart-l’Abbaye | Tart-le-Bas | Tart-le-Haut | Tellecey | Thorey-en-Plaine | Til-Châtel | Tillenay | Tréclun | Trochères | Trouhaut | Turcey | Val-Suzon | Varanges | Varois-et-Chaignot | Vaux-Saules | Velars-sur-Ouche | Vernois-lès-Vesvres | Vernot | Véronnes | Verrey-sous-Drée | Vieilmoulin | Vielverge | Viévigne | Villecomte | Villers-les-Pots | Villers-Rotin | Villey-sur-Tille | Villotte-Saint-Seine | Vonges

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Komisariat Straży Celnej „Zduny”

20 noviembre, 2017 (17:55) | Sin categoría | By: admin

Komisariat Straży Celnej „Zduny” – jednostka organizacyjna Straży Celnej pełniąca służbę ochronną na granicy polsko-niemieckiej w latach 1921–1928.

Na wniosek Ministerstwa Skarbu inexpensive football jerseys, uchwałą z 10 marca 1920 roku brown football uniforms, powołano do życia Straż Celną. Od połowy 1921 roku jednostki Straży Celnej rozpoczęły przejmowanie odcinków granicy od pododdziałów Batalionów Celnych. Proces tworzenia Straży Celnej trwał do końca 1922 roku. Komisariat Straży Celnej „Zduny”, wraz ze swoimi placówkami granicznymi, wszedł w podporządkowanie Inspektoratu Straży Celnej „Ostrów”.

W drugiej połowie 1927 roku przystąpiono do gruntownej reorganizacji Straży Celnej. W praktyce skutkowało to rozwiązaniem tej formacji granicznej. Rozporządzeniem Prezydenta Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej Ignacego Mościckiego z 22 marca 1928 roku w jej miejsce powoływano z dniem 2 kwietnia 1928 roku Straż Graniczną. Rozkazem nr 3 z 25 kwietnia 1928 roku w sprawie organizacji Wielkopolskiego Inspektoratu Okręgowego dowódca Straży Granicznej gen. bryg best sports bottle. Stefan Pasławski powołał komisariat Straży Granicznej „Krotoszyn”, który przejął ochronę granicy od rozwiązywanego komisariatu Straży Celnej.

Obsada personalna w 1926:

Organizacja komisariatu w 1926 roku:

Dyrekcja Ceł „Wilno” • Dyrekcja Ceł „Poznań” • Dyrekcja Ceł „Warszawa” • Dyrekcja Ceł „Mysłowice” • Dyrekcja Ceł „Lwów” •

Mazowiecki Inspektorat Okręgowy Straży Celnej • Pomorski Inspektorat Okręgowy Straży Celnej • Wielkopolski Inspektorat Okręgowy Straży Celnej • Śląski Inspektorat Okręgowy Straży Celnej • Małopolski Inspektorat Okręgowy Straży Celnej

Chodzież • Chojnice • Chorzele • Cieszyn • Dolina • Dukla • Działdowo • Grajewo • Grudziądz • Kościerzyna • Leszno • Międzychód • Ostrów • Praszka • Rybnik • Sambor • Sącz • Suwałki • Śniatyn • Tarnowskie Góry • Wejherowo • Worochta • Zaleszczyki • Żywiec

Bakałarzewo • Bielszowice • Bogusze • Bojanowo • Brzeźno • Chojnice • Chojnowo • Chorzele • Chośnica • Chylonia • Chyżne • Cieszyn • Czarnia • Czarnków • Dąbrowy • Drzewce • Dusocin • Działdowo • Dźwiniaczka • Filipów • Gniew • Gola • Gorzyce • Góra • Horodenka • Istebna • Jabłonica • Jamielnik • Janowiec • Janowo • Jaśliska • Jelonki • Jutrosin • Kalety • Kamień • Kamińsko • Karlsdorf • Kaszczor • Knurów • Komańcza • Konarzynki • Konradów • Kopanica • Korbielów • Krempna • Krokowo • Królewska Huta • Kumelsk • Kuty • Leman • Linja • Lipinki • Lipnica • Lipówka • Lipusz • Lubawa • Lubliniec P • Lubliniec • Lubomia • Ludwikówka • Lyski • Ławoczne • Łobżenica • Maniów • Miechów • Mielnica • Międzychód • Moszczenica • Muszyna • Niedzica • Nowe • Obra • Odolanów • Orzegów • Osmołoda • Piłka • Piwniczna • Plesewo • Podłęże • Pomiany • Praszka • Przerośl • Przymuszewo • Puck • Rafajłowa • Rawicz • Rutki • Rybin • Rybnik • Rybno • Rycerka • Rychtal • Sianki • Sierakowice • Silna • Sińków • Sypniewo • Szczawnica • Szybeny • Śmiłowo • Śniatyn • Tarnowskie Góry • Tuczapy • Tworki • Tylicz • Tyłowo • Ujsoły • Ujście • Ustroń • Uścieryki • Uzdowo • Wetlina • Wieleń • Wincenta • Witów • Włoszakowice • Worochta • Wysoka • Wysowa • Zaborowo • Zakopane • Zaleszczyki • Zbąszyń • Zduny • Zebrzydowice • Żabie

Adamowice • Andrzejówka • Aniołka • Antonia • Antonia-Grądzkie • Augustów • Babia Góra • Babilon • Bagienice • Bakałarzewo • Balnica • Barłomino • Barwinek • Bawernica • Bądecz • Beniowa • Berehy Górne • Berwinkowa • Beskid Ł. • Beskid W. • Beskid Klauza • Beuthen • Bialiki • Biała Woda • Białe Koło • Białuty • Biały Szarlej • Bieliczna • Bielowce • Blechnarka • Błoto • Bługowiec • Bobczanka • Bobrowa • Bochlin • Bogdaj • Bogunice • Bogusze • Boguszowice C • Boguszowice • Bojanowo • Bolesławiec • Bolesławiec II • Bonisław • Borek • Bory • Boże Pole • Braszczok • Brenno • Brodna • Brodowo • Brusiek • Brustury • Brzegi • Brzezie • Brzeźno C • Brzeźno B • Brzozowo B • Brzozowo W • Brzózki • Buchacz • Buczek • Budy • Buków • Burkut • Bystrzec • Byszki • Chachalnia • Chałupy • Charzykowy • Chaszczowanie • Chebzie • Chełst • Chłapowo • Chobienice • Chochołów • Chojnice • Chojnowo • Chomry • Chorap • Chorocowa • Chorzele • Chorzów • Chośnica F • Chośnica L • Chropaczów • Chróścin • Chudykowce • Chwałęcice • Chylonia • Chyżne • Chyżne m • Ciecholewy • Ciechania • Cieszyn • Cisówek • Ciszkowo • Cupel • Cyk • Cyprki • Czantoria • Czarne • Czarnków • Czarnowo • Czercz • Czeremcha • Czystohorb • Daćbogi • Darnowiec • Dąbrowa • Dąbrowy • Dębki • Dębno • Dębowiec • Długie N • Długie S • Dobrowlany • Dobrzec • Dolina Kościeliska • Doliszew • Dołhopole • Dołżyce • Doręgowice • Dormowo • Dorotowo • Drahasymów • Drawska Huta • Drawsko • Drożki • Drzewce • Dubne • Dusocin • Dywan • Działdowo • Dziembowo • Dzięgielów • Dżembronia • Fereskula • Filipki • Filipów • Fitowo • Folwark • Garbaś • Gardeja • Garki • Gdynia • Gębalówka • Gierłoż • Giewarty • Glinica • Glinka • Glinki • Glinowo • Gliśno • Głuchaczki • Gmurowo • Gniew l • Gniew w • Godów • Gola • Golejów • Gołkowice • Gołczewo • Gołębie • Gorzyce • Gorzycko • Gorzyczki • Gowidlino • Góra • Górna-Leszno • Górowo-Trząski • Gorzyń • Grab • Grabowo • Grabów • Gralewo • Gronowo • Gródek • Grójec • Grześlaki • Gulcz • Hel • Henryków • Herby • Hnyła • Hołoszyna • Horodnica • Horoszowa • Howerla • Hryniawa • Hubki • Husne • Huta P • Huta W • Ignacówka • Istebna • Iwaszkowce • Izby • Jabłonica • Jabłonica I • Jabłonica II • Jabłonica III • Jabłonna • Jamielnik • Jamno • Jankielówka • Janowiec • Janowo G • Janowo J • Janówka • Jaromierz • Jasiel • Jasieniów • Jastarnia • Jastrzębki • Jaworki • Jawornik I • Jawornik II • Jaworzynka • Jazdrowo • Jaźwiska • Jażyniec • Jelenkowate • Jelonki • Jerzmionk • Jeziora • Jeziorki F • Jeziorki Ś • Jędrysek • Judziki • Jurgów • Kacwin I • Kacwin II • Kaczorówka • Kaczory I • Kaczory II • Kaczyce D • Kaczyce G • Kalety • Kalina • Kamienica • Kamienicki Młyn • Kamienna • Kamiennik • Kamień • Kamińsko • Kamionka • Karf • Karol Emanuel • Kartoszyno • Karwieńskie Błota • Karwowo • Kaszczor • Katowice • Kazanice • Kąty Ś • Kębłowo • Kembłowska T • Kętrzyno • Kiczera • Kiełcze-Kopki • Kik • Kisiny • Klimiec • Klin • Kluczno • Kłobocko • Kłobucko • Kniaże • Knurów • Kobaki • Kobyle • Kobyle G • Kochanowo • Kochcice • Kocina • Kołodróbka • Komorniki • Konarzyny • Konopki Ba • Konopki Bo • Konradów • Kończyce • Kopanica • Kopernica • Korytki • Korzeniewo • Kosówka • Kościelniki • Kośmidry • Kotło • Kowale • Koza W • Kozioł • Krasnołąka • Krotoszyny • Króla Polana • Królewska Huta • Krupka • Krywałd Ka • Krywałd Kn • Krywka • Krzepice • Krzepice II • Krzewina • Krzywka • Krzywoń • Krzyżówki • Kuklin • Kukowo • Kukula • Kułaczyn • Kunowo • Kurki I • Kurki II • Kuty • Kuźnica • Kuźnica N • Kuźnice • Kwiejce • Lasocice • Leluchów • Leman • Leszkiemie • Leśniewo • Leśniki • Libuchora • Lipinki • Lipnica D • Lipnica W • Lipówka • Lublinice • Lubonia • Lubstynek • Lukasyn • Lutówko • Luzino • Łacha • Łagiewniki • Łapszanka • Łaziska • Łączki • Łąkie • Łąkta • Łążek • Łebki • Łobżonka • Łosisza • Maciejka • Maciejkowice • Magóra • Majer • Makoszowy • Maksymiec • Mała Bezula • Mała Wieś • Małe Pólko • Mały Kack • Mały Wełcz • Marjen • Marklowice • Maryniec • Masłowo • Matlak • Mąkoszyce • Michałów • Miechów • Miedzichowo • Mielnica • Mierzyn • Międzychód • Mikołajewo • Mikołeska • Milewo • Mirosław • Mirucie • Mława • Mochnaczka • Mochy • Morgi • Moszczenica K • Moszczenica M • Możdżanów • Mścigniew • Muchocin • Muchocinek • Muszyna • Muszyna D • Muszynka • Nad Stawem • Nadole • Naguszewo • Nakło • Nądnia • Nieboczowy • Niechłoda • Niedzica I • Niedzica II • Niedźwiadna • Niepoczołowice • Nieszki • Niwki Książęce • Niwy • Nogat • Nowa Karczma • Nowa Obra • Nowa Wieś B • Nowa Wieś J • Nowa Wieś K • Nowe l • Nowe w • Nowe Repty • Nowie • Nowy Bytom • Nowy Tryl • Obidza • Obra • Ochojec • Odra • Okoniówek • Okopy św. Trójcy • Oksywie • Olchowiec M • Olchowiec K • Olza • Omule • Opalenie • Orle • Orzegów • Orzełek • Osłonino • Ostawica • Ostrów K • Ostrów L • Ozarów • Ozorów • Oźna • Ożenna • Pakówka • Pełty I • Pełty II • Pałubice • Papiernia • Parchowo • Pawełki • Pawłów B • Pawłów R • Pawonków • Pepłówek • Perzyny • Piaseczna • Pieczarna • Pieniny • Pierwoszyno • Pinki • Pisarzowice • Podczerwone • Podgroblane • Podłęże K • Podłęże S • Podolik • Pogwizdów • Polanica • Polanki • Pomierki • Popielniki • Popielniki R • Popowo • Potrzebowo • Praszka • Prawy Las • Prądówka • Prądzona • Probabin • Prosna • Proszowo • Przedmoście • Przegibek • Przerośl • Przerwa • Przestrzele • Przychodzko • Przymuszewo • Przyszowice • Przywarówka • Puck • Pudełko • Puńców I • Puńców II • Pusta Kuźnica • Pustynia Leśna • Racza • Radgoszcz • Radły • Radocyna • Radomno P • Radomno W • Radoszyce • Radusz • Rafajłowa • Rajgród • Rakowo • Rakówek I • Rakówek II • Raszczyce • Rawicz • Redensblick • Regetów • Rewa • Rodzone • Romanowo D • Romanowo G • Rosko • Rostoki • Roztoki • Rożen W • Ruchaje • Ruda • Ruda • Rudniki II • Rudolfsdorf • Rudzka K • Rumienica • Ruptawa • Rutki N • Rutki S • Rybin • Rybna • Rybno • Rychtal • Rydzewo • Ryki • Rzepiska • Seneczów • Sękowo • Serafińce • Sianki • Siemianice • Silno • Silno N • Sińków • Siwa Polana • Skalania • Skomlin • Skomlin II • Skoroszowo • Skoszewo • Skrbeńsko • Skrzeszewo • Skwierawy • Słobódka • Słupia • Smolany • Smolarnia • Smolniki • Smugi • Sochy • Solarnia • Solec • Solinka • Sopotnia W • Sosnówek • Sośnie • Sowia Góra • Sowy • Sroki • Sromowce N • Sromowce Ś • Sromowce W • Stany • Stara Huta • Stara Jabłonka • Stare • Stare Tarnowice • Starokrzepice • Stary Folwark • Starza • Stecowa • Stogniewice • Stożek • Straceniec • Strubowiska • Strzebielino • Strzyżewo • Sucha Góra • Sulmierzyce • Sumin • Sumina • Supienie • Sworowo • Sylwester K • Sypitka • Sypniewo • Szałas • Szarlej • Szczawnica • Szczepankowo • Szczęść Boże • Szczupliny • Szembruk • Szenfeld • Szkaradowo • Szklana Huta • Szklarka T • Szlachtowa • Szwarcenowo • Szybene K • Szynwałd • Szyszkowo • Śmiłowo • Śniatyn • Śniatyn D • Świechocin • Święte • Tarachy • Tarnowa Łąka • Tarnowskie Góry • Tempcze • Tłuczewo • Tłukomy • Toplin • Trębaczów • Trubczyn • Truskolasy • Truskolasy II • Tryl • Trzebosz • Tuczapy • Tudjów • Tupadły • Tuszkowy • Tworki • Tylicz • Tyłowo • Tymanowa • Uciechów • Ujsoły • Ujście • Upiłka • Ustrzyki G • Uścieryki • Uzdowo • Walentynowo • Walichnowy • Walkowice • Wałdyki • Warmiak • Warszew • Warszkowo • Wasilówka • Wasiły • Wąchabno • Wądzyn • Wądzynek • Wersele • Wetlina • Węglowice • Widlice • Wieleń • Wielka Tymawa • Wielka Wieś • Wielki Wełcz • Wielkie Łagiewniki • Wierchomla • Wierciochy • Wierzchocin • Wijewo • Wiktorówko • Wilamów • Wilcza Dolina • Wilsznia • Wincenta • Wiosło • Wisłok • Wiśniewo • Witkowo • Witów I • Witów II • Witówka • Witrogoszcz • Włoszakowice • Wodziczna • Wojkowa • Wojsk • Wola Michowa • Wola Wyżna • Wolność • Wołkowce • Wołosate • Wołosianka • Wonna • Woronienka • Wólka Ch • Wólka F • Wrzeszczyna • Wybudowanie • Wygiełdów • Wysoka • Wysowa • Wyszków • Wyżłów • Zaborówiec • Zaborowo J • Zaborowo L • Zabrze • Zacieczki • Zacisze • Zakrzewo • Zalesie • Zaleszczyki • Załakowo • Załucze D • Załucze G • Zamostne • Zaręby I • Zaręby II • Zarośle • Zarzecze • Zawda • Zawdzka Wola • Zawale • Zawoja • Zazulińce • Zbarzewo • Zbąszyń • Zduny • Zdynia • Zebrzydowice • Zelene • Zelewo • Zelgniewo • Zieleniec • Zielkowo • Zielona Wieś • Zimna • Złatna • Zubeńsko • Zubrzyk • Zwardoń Myto • Zwardoń Stacja • Zwonowice • Zyndranowa • Żabie • Żabiny • Żarnowiec • Żegiestów • Żupanie • Żylice • Żytna

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Joyce Ackroyd

20 noviembre, 2017 (15:40) | Sin categoría | By: admin

Joyce Irene Ackroyd (23 November 1918 – 30 August 1991) was an Australian academic, translator, author and editor. She was a scholar of Japanese language and literature.

Ackroyd was awarded a PhD in Japanese and Japanese Studies at Cambridge University in 1951. Her doctoral thesis investigated the political career and writings of the Edo period Confucianist Arai Hakuseki.

Ackroyd served was a member of the faculty of the Australian National University in Canberra until the mid-1960s.

Ackroyd moved to Brisbane where she helped to develop the University of Queensland’s School of Japanese during the 1970s and 1980s waistband for phone. She was influential in building the program into one of Australia’s main centres for Japanese studies.

In 1969 diy running belt, she showed prescience when she introduced a course in standard Chinese, which was not then considered to be a priority language at Australian universities.

Ackroyd’s studies of Hakuseki culminated in her translations of Oritaku Shiba no Ki, published in 1980 as Told Round a Brushwood Fire: The Autobiography of Arai Hakuseki, and the Tokushi Yoron, published as Lessons from history : the Tokushi yoron in 1982.

Joyce Ackroyd was awarded the Order of the British Empire – Officer (Civil) in 1982 marinade to tenderise steak. The following year she was awarded the Yamagata Bantō prize by the prefectural government of Osaka for her outstanding contributions to introducing Japanese culture abroad. The Japanese government awarded her Order of the Precious Crown, Third Class.

Joyce Ackroyd died on 30 August 1991.

In a statistical overview derived from writings by and about Joyce Ackroyd steel water container, OCLC/WorldCat encompasses roughly 20+ works in 40+ publications in 3 languages and 500+ library holdings.

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Handball-Europameisterschaft der Frauen 2002

20 noviembre, 2017 (13:28) | Sin categoría | By: admin

Die 5. Handball-Europameisterschaft der Frauen fand vom 6. bis zum 15 runners fuel belt. Dezember 2002 in Dänemark statt. Den Titel gewann die Mannschaft aus Dänemark, die sich im Finale gegen Norwegen durchsetzte. Deutschland belegte den elften Platz auburn football jersey, Österreich Platz neun.

Die Spiele der Europameisterschaft wurden in den folgenden drei Orten ausgetragen:

Die drei Ersten jeder Gruppe erreichten die Hauptrunde.

Alle Spiele der Gruppe A fanden in Helsinge statt.

Austragungsort der Spiele der Gruppe B war Aarhus.

Die Spiele der Gruppe C fanden in Farum statt.

Die Spiele der Gruppe D wurden in Aarhus ausgetragen.

Die Spiele der Hauptrunde fanden in Aarhus und in Farum statt. Aus den zwölf Teams aus der Vorrunde wurden zwei Gruppen gebildet. In der Gruppe I spielten die ersten Drei der Gruppen A und B, in der Gruppe II die ersten Drei der Gruppen C und D. Es wurden die Punkte aus der Vorrunde übernommen, die gegen die übrigen Mannschaften erzielt wurden, die ebenfalls die Hauptrunde erreicht hatten. Die beiden Erst- und Zweitplatzierten der Gruppen rückten ins Halbfinale vor. Die Dritten der beiden Gruppen spielten den 5. Platz aus, die Viertplatzierten den 7. Platz.

Aarhus war Spielort der Gruppe I.

Gruppe II spielte in Farum.

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20 noviembre, 2017 (11:16) | Sin categoría | By: admin

Vis is a town on the eponymous island in the Adriatic Sea in southern Croatia. It has a population of 1,934 residents (as of 2011). The town is also the seat of the eponymous Vis municipality, one of the two municipalities on the island (the other one being Komiža) which both administratively belong to the Split-Dalmatia County.

Vis was established in the 4th century BC as the Greek polis of Issa, a colony of Syracuse, Sicily (which in turn was a colony of Corinth). Dionysius the Elder, the contemporary tyrant of Syracuse, founded the colony in order to control shipping in the Adriatic Sea. Ancient Issa developed as the urban and economic center of the Dalmatian coasts, and also served as a military base. The city established several colonies, such as Aspálathos, modern-day Split (which in modern times is the largest city in Dalmatia), and others such as Epidauros (Stobreč), and Tragurion (Trogir). Issa functioned as an independent polis until the 1st century BCE, when it was conquered by the Roman Empire. After the Roman conquest Issa lost its significance until the late Middle Ages when it was mentioned in several historical sources.

“Issa” is supposed to have meant “spas” in Illyrian. Namely, there were baths there in Roman times. The same root is seen in other places in Croatia where Illyrian spas were: Daruvar was called “Balissa” and Varaždin was called “Iasa”. If so, it probably comes from Proto-Indo-European root *yos (spring, derived from *yes) and the collective noun ending *eh₂.[unreliable source?] Another interpretation is that “Issa” was the Pelasgian word for “island”, seen in, for example, the ancient name for the island of Lesbos, “Antissa”.

The town of Vis is located in a relatively large and protected bay (Croatian: Uvala Svetog Jurja, English: Bay of Saint George) on the north-east side of the island facing the island of Hvar and the Dalmatian mainland. The port of Vis is located in the south-west part of the bay. The port is protected from open sea influence by the islet of Host (named after William Hoste) and the peninsula called Prirovo (sometimes spelled “Prilovo”). Other ports are smaller and located in Kut. and Stonca, which are also parts of the town of Vis.

Vis is isolated from its fields (Dračevo polje and Velo polje) thanks to 250–300 m high hills which are important for the local citizens as the main source of incomes from viticulture. Other official parts of the town on the south and south-east coast are villages located on bays such as Milna, Rukavac, Srebrna, Stiniva, Stončica, although some of them have a tendency to become new towns. These bays and villages are, besides the town of Vis itself, the main source of tourist income for the whole island.

Vis experiences warm and temperate winters with warm to hot summers with the landward breeze making it the most moderate climate in the Republic of Croatia. The climate allows for Tropical and Mediterranean vegetation, including palms, carobs, olives, grapes and lemons. The average rainfall is about 750 mm (29.5 in) per square meter. The island of Vis has a number of natural sources of drinking water from the natural spring water reservoirs. The island is also home to twelve distinct types of island vegetation. Vis has been marked as one of the ten most environmentally preserved islands in the Mediterranean by the World Organization for Environmental Protection.

Formal area of town of Vis is whole eastern part of the island. Western part of the island is under the authority of Komiža. Area of Vis embraces eight villages: Dračevo Polje, Marine Zemlje, Milna, Plisko Polje, Podselje, Podstražje, Rogačić and Rukavac. Town’s council consists of eleven councilors divided currently in three groups; five councilors from SDP – HNS – HSS coalition, three from Independent list of Ante Acalinović and three from HDZ – HSP coalition. Ascendancy is currently held by HDZ – HSP coalition in alliance with the Independent list.

Until the middle of the twentieth century the main sources of income were vineyards and wine production. Recently more and more people work in tourism. The town is also famous for its greenery of palms, the only example on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea.

The Church of Our Lady of Spilice was named after smaller semi-caves that were on the site where it was built. Construction began on the land donated by Frano de Pelegrinis at the very beginning of the 16th century. According to archive documentation, it can be seen that in 1521 it was still not finished and that the builders had increased their dimensions during the construction. There are various styles visible in this appearance: gothic, renaissance and baroque. Its oldest part, the central one, was built in the first half of the 16th century and brings the characteristics of transient gothic and renaissance style. The main door has fluted dooryambs on which are two semi-capitals supporting the door transom. Above the door is a semicircular lunette, that is simply and well-defined and adomed with pinions. Even the rounded window of the façade is of the Renaissance period whilst an attenuate distaff with three bells is the highest in Dalmatia. The church’s naves are entered through two baroque doors over which are double-winged pediments and above them rounded windows. The church’s interior is divided by broad semicircular arches on masonry pillars into three naves. With this the unity of the space was achieved illuminated by the long narrow windows of Romanic and gothic exterior, of which some were transferred from the old walls which dated back to the 16th century. The posterior part of the church was also enlarged with a baroque shrine, the chapel of St. Vicko and a sacristy. From the altar polyptych created by the famous Venice painter, Girolamo de Santacroce.

The late baroque Church of St. Cyprian and Justina was built in 1742 in the eastern part of Vis fabric lint brush, in the region known as Kut. Here, there was once a church built at the beginning of the 15th century, whose remains are still visible in the rear wing of today’s church, with an immured opening of a Gothic window. A flat façade of the church shows late baroque decorations weaving with a number of gothic motifs – rounded and quatrefoil windows intertwine with baroque vaults on a triangular pediment. Seven small windows together with a niche inside which was the statue of the martyr St. Cyprian constructors, adom the upper part of the façade which ends with borders that have been executed with laid and threaded vaults. In the lower part, closer to the portal, there are shallow pilasters above which are roses. The interior of the church hosts a spacious apse and two side chapels which give the church layout the form of a cross, but this is hardly noticeable thanks to the shallowness of the chapels. The church ceiling is wooden and relief coffered with decorations in the form of rhombuses with stylized flowers whilst in its centre a canvas has been inserted representing the Creator. Close to the church there is also a bell tower built at the same time. It is decorated in the same way as the church façade with horizontal belts, quatrefoil openings, relief roses, angel heads, elliptic windows and final vases. It also has loopholes oriented towards the port, thus making it is easy to see that the constructors had tried to use its dominant position to defense purpose too.

Church of St. George was built in the 9th century on a small peninsula situated at the entrance to the deep Vis bay. The Vis bay was named after it in the Middle Ages becoming the Port of St. George, there was also an islet at the entrance Škoj sv. Jurja (the cliff of St. George) as well as Jurjevo brdo (George’s hill) to the east, and Saint George is the patron of the town of Vis. The church has been modified over time, so today the appearance of its façade on which the door have been enlarged and two smaller windows have been added, shows more stylistic characteristics of the 16th century than its original ones. Inside the church walls are divided with pilaster strips whilst two Byzantine amphorae have been built into the vault of the church. The Church’s apse is semicircular with an altar that replaced the old one in the 17th century. Hermits lived here throughout the 15th century whose graves were found around the church.

The Church and monastery of St. Jerome was built on the small peninsula of Prirovo at the beginning of the 16th century. The church façade was made of marble taken from the adjacent ruins of ancient Issa, primarily from the Roman theatre over which the Franciscan monastery was built. The Church’s door is simply profiled, adorned with swallow carved roses with a lunette above them. A little above the centre of the church façade there is a gothic renaissance window in the form of ring, surrounded by ovules. At the northern side doors there is unfinished relief of the stigmatisation.

The Gariboldi Palace was built in 1552. At the beginning of the 16th century, Frane Gariboldi moved from Milan to Hvar, becoming an inhabitant, and building a house and shop in a very crowded part of the town and a graveyard in the Franciscan church. He owned land on Vis and so built a palace there soon after on which above the portal of the outer, high façade wall he placed an inscription where he emphasized that he was a citizen of Hvar and outline his Milanese origins. LAVS DEO FRANCISCVS GARIBOLDVS MEDIOLANENSIS NVNC CIVIS LESINAE PRO SE IPSO AC FILIIS ET HEREDIBVS SIV HOC OPVS CONSTRVXIT MDLII. A paved courtyard extends behind the fenced wall that was later partitioned with divisions and shortened. There is also a well spring. The house façade was dismembered with profiled windows and bordered with the stone wreath of the roof adorned with stone acroterions in the form of a sphere. On the ground floor there is a cellar whilst stoned steps lead from the ground floor to the first floor and to the central door, above which is a Latin inscription. GLORIA LAVS ET HONOR TIBI SIT CHRISTE REDMEPTOR. Above the door a relief coat of arms stands out in which there is a fortress and four stars whilst on both sides there are the initials of Fran’s name F.G.

Gazarović Palace was built by the well-known Croatian writer, dramatist and poet Marin Gazarović, the author of Murat Gusar, Ljubica and other works-of-art. He built this palace as a place for resting and to monitor his land ownership, as did many other Dalmatian nobles on their coastal lands. The summer residence with courtyard, completed prior to the last decade of the 16th century, is surrounded by a high wall and on the Renaissance portal the following verses by Gazarović have been inscribed in the Croatian language. PRIN NER CHIES CA PROCIN OSTAVI HIMBE VAN CA OBECHIASC VCIN AC HOCH BIT VIROVAN VIROM XIVE OV VICH DRAGYE VIRAN SLVGA YER CA TVRDI COVICH TVRDI ZA ZLA DRVGA. Gazarović’s palace was built in the late Renaissance style. On the ground floor there is a cellar illuminated by means of small rectangular windows, whilst on the outside stairs once leaned to the façade and up to the front door of the first floor. The writer’s apartment of the writer was found there; the interior was completely changed by subsequent construction, whilst parts of the stone Renaissance basin which were found in many Dalmatian houses in the period from the 15th to the 18th century can still be seen in its original form. At the centre of the façade was Gazarović’s coat of arms surrounded by mermaids whilst at the top there was a dragon with outstreched wings, which was carved by the writer himself.

Renaissance and baroque one storey house belonging to the Prdvarić family was built in the later 16th century and is situated at the part of Vis known as Kut, close to the sea. On the ground floor there was once a tavern, whilst on the first floor there is a central hall situated between side rooms which are entered through a door with profiled stone frames. In the hall coveredby a wooden ceiling that relies on stone consoles, there is a profiled well’s crown and a large walled in basin with two stone shelves on side consoles decorated with lilies whilst at the bottom there is a grotesque mask in relief. Grotesque masks are typical decorations of Dalmatian wall basin from the 16th to the 18th century.

The Perasti tower, kaštil, was built of Vicko of Perast in Bay of Kotor, in 1617. He requested permission to construct from the general commissioner which he received on December 16, 1616. There is not much information about Vicko of Perast, the builder of the tower. The earliest document in which he is mentioned dates back to 1587 in which his family was also mentioned. He was always given the title Sir (ser, dominus). Vicko of Perast lived in the Vis settlement of Luka, in his own house close to the tower, and died in 1622. He built the tower on his own land as defence from himself and other Vis inhabitants against possible Ottoman attacks on the town buy a water bottle. The castle walls are divided by horizontal garlands whilst there are openings for cannons and loopholes along the walls. There are square sentry boxes standing on consoles at the corners of the tower whilst acroterions adorn their roof part. The tower was entered from a door situated on the first floor, which connected to Perasti’s house by means of a wooden bridge. As this was the only in the door the tower, all equipment was brought inside along the wooden bridge and through it. The tower was armed with small bronze cannons that are mentioned in documents in the 17th in the 18th century. It was forbidden to build walls, houses and other facilities around the tower that would impede the defensive action of the cannons situated within it.

Our Lady’s Battalion (Gospina batarija) is the main fortress built by the Austrians during their reign over the island. It was built in 1830s, in the very heart of Vis Bay, in a place known as Levaman. Following the Italian occupation of Vis, this fortress was renamed Batteria della Madonna. The fortress surrounded by a 2 m deep trench whilst defence walls are inclined and made of finely worked stone. Entrance the fortress is from the eastern wing, constructed as an arch, with well worked stone protruding from a wall. The fortress itself was entered by means of a wooden drawbridge into a spacious rectangular courtyard on the bottom of which was a well to supply water to the fortress. In the southern part of the courtyard is an elevated embankment surrounded by a high inclined wall on which there were once cannons. Below the embankment is a lovely parabolic arched vault with storage spaces and a dungeon. The main building is to be found in the southern part with a single storey and floor were command of the island and a barracks for the accommodation of officers and soldiers were situated glass bottles with lids for drinking. During the remarkable Battle of Vis, which took place from July 18 to July 20, 1866, it played an important role, damaging the Italian ship, Formidabile, captained by Simone Antonio Saint-Bon.

Fort George was built by the British when Austrian Imperial authority in region was ceded to the French as a part of a humiliating peace settlement dictated by Napoleon. Fearing Napoleon would turn the Adriatic into a French lake, with free rein to launch warships from the Venetian Arsenal and expand his empire further into Europe, the Royal Navy was sent to the Adriatic with a regiment of foot and detachment of artillery to prevent Napoleon’s ambitions coming to fruition. The British had used the island of Vis for its fresh water and safe anchorage for a number of years prior the committing defences to the island. In 1811 the French successfully raided the bay of Vis inflicting damage to the town and destroying numerous merchant vessels. It was hence decided that the bay of Vis needed protection from further such attacks. Initial defences were built on Host Island in the middle of the harbour, consisting of two 18 pound guns in a stone fortification. In 1812 Fort George was begun after the British Governor, Colonel Robertson, decided that the harbour needed greater protection. Fort George was to be primarily a light cannon and musketry defence and was therefore built to cooperate with three further Martello towers; towers Bentick and Robertson to the rear of the fort and Wellington across the bay. Like the defences on Host Island, these Martello towers would carry large cannon able of deterring enemy ships from approaching the bay. The defense towers and Fort George were built under the supervision of Captain Henryson using labourers recruited directly from the island and remained strictly under the jurisdiction of the army whilst the battery on Host Island remained under the control of the Royal Navy. The defences were completed by late 1813 and two years later were handed to the Austrians, who had begun reclaiming control of their Adriatic territories following decline and eventual fall of Napoleonic forces in the region.

There is no information on when and where in Issa the bronze bust of the goddess Artemis was found. It was held in a house on the island of Vis, and was probably part of the collection of the Dojmi family of Vis. In the 1950s it was brought to the Archaeological Museum in Split, where many years of conservation works and scholarly analysis commenced. It belonged to a bronze sculpture between 1.5 and 1.6 m in height. The bust depicts a young woman with an idealized appearance. Her face, with no lines, exudes the harmonious tranquility of her internal disposition. The eyes are large and lined with a light leaf (lead), which creates a powerful colourist contrast in relation to the greenish patina of the bronze. The young woman’s eye sockets are nicely sculpted, and the mouth is small. The hair is wavy and quite natural, so that even individual locks are interwined. It is parted down the middle, and combed into a bun at the back of her head, leaving her ears free. There is a diadem just above the forehead, which has on it a decoration resembling a tendril. The neck is broken off of the body in a jagged line. The facial expression and the shape of the head indicate sculptural elements based on the tradition of Praxiteles. It is an original Greek cult statue made in either the late fourth or early third century BC. There is a considerable archaeological evidence testifying to the cult of Artemis in Issa.

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Yevhen Yashchyshyn (ur. 17 kwietnia 1957 roku we Lwowie) – specjalista radiotechniki, nauczyciel akademicki, w latach 1991-1999 prodziekan ds. naukowych Wydziału Radiotechnicznego Politechniki Lwowskiej, od 2009 r fuel belt bottles replacement. kierownik Zakładu Radiokomunikacji Politechniki Warszawskiej.

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Like its neighbour to the west much of Carcroft is made up of former council housing estates (most of which had been colliery company housing). The old centre of the village remains with High Street supporting a variety of small independent shops. The furniture retailer DFS also began here as Northern Upholstery and a large outlet for the firm still stands on a small trading estate just off High Street opposite an Asda superstore. DFS Head office, factory and distribution centre is based a mile away at Adwick le Street. The village had a library until it was closed down in 2012 during the cutbacks imposed by the government marinade to tenderize meat.

A small portion of Carcroft is redeveloped land that had been occupied by the Bullcroft Colliery which operated from 1912 until 1970 when it was merged underground with nearby Brodsworth Colliery. The viability of reopening this coal face has been under investigation however as yet no moves to restore mining in the area have been made.

The village has two churches – the Church of England St Michael & all the Angels church, and the Catholic St George & the English Martyrs.

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Koti Borl är ett berg i Indien. Det ligger i distriktet Shimla och delstaten Himachal Pradesh, i den norra delen av landet, 260 km norr om huvudstaden New Delhi. Toppen på Koti Borl är 2 840 meter över havet, eller 95 meter över den omgivande terrängen. Bredden vid basen är 0,88 km.

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