Deccan Chronicle

Deccan Chronicle is an Indian English-language daily newspaper. It is published in Hyderabad, Telangana by Deccan Chronicle Holdings Limited (DCHL). The newspaper’s name derives from the originating place, the Deccan regions of India. Deccan Chronicle is also published from Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala. Supplements are „TV Guide“, „Sunday Chronicle“, „Hyderabad Chronicle“, „Chennai Chronicle“, „Bengaluru Chronicle“ and „Kerala Chronicle“. It also supplies other weekly features like „School Chronicle“ and „Teen Chronicle“. The newspaper has a total readership of over 10.88 lakhs.

Since May 2004, it started printing the International Herald Tribune in Hyderabad and sold for Rs 30 per copy.

It has started the operations as a partnership concern in 1938 by Karai Rajagopal. The late Tikkavarapu Chandrashekar Reddy took over the operations in 1977 Mr Reddy subsequently handed over the operations to his two sons T Venkattram Reddy and T Vinayak Ravi Reddy, who have been managing its operations since late 1970s.

The Indian Premier League cricket franchise of the Deccan Chargers was owned by Deccan Chronicle. The Deccan Chargers represented the city of Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League. Gayatri Reddy was the owner of Deccan Chargers. The media group acquired the franchise from IPL auction for $107 million on 24 January 2008. The franchise was terminated by BCCI on 12 October 2012 due to failure of the franchise to provide a bank guarantee of 1 billion (US$15 million). This franchise has now been acquired by Sun TV Group and is called Sunrisers Hyderabad known as SRH .

Defensores de Belgrano

Club Atlético Defensores de Belgrano (usually known as „Defensores de Belgrano“) is an Argentine sports club from Belgrano, Buenos Aires. The football team currently plays in Primera B, the regionalised second division of the Argentine football league system.

Defensores has never played in the top flight of Argentine football since the professional era begun, although it spent a number of seasons in Primera during the Amateur era before 1931.

Defensores de Belgrano was founded on 25 May 1906 by a group of young people who wanted to participate in the football league’s of Buenos Aires. The team made its debut in Primera División in 1915, being relegated to the second division at the end of that season. The team returned to Primera for the 1918 season, remaining there until 1934 when the Asociación Amateurs Argentina de Football (AAF) (where Defensores played) merged with the professional league, being all the AAF relegated to second division.

During the amateur era, the team’s color’s were light blue and light pink but would later be changed to the red and black colors that have remained since then. The stadium was at the Plaza Alberti in the suburb of Belgrano, Buenos Aires.

In 1934 two players of the club, Ernesto Belis and Luis Izetta went on to play for the Argentina national team in the 1934 FIFA World Cup held in Italy that year.

For many decades Defensores played the league games between the B and the C League’s, gaining promotion and also being relegated. Throughout that period a rivalry against Platense was developed.

On August 2011, the veteran 37-year-old player Ariel Ortega (who had been played for All Boys during the 2010–11 season) was signed by Defensores de Belgrano. The „Burrito“ made his debut in the match against Deportivo Morón scoring a goal by penalty shot.

The Estadio Juan Pasquale is located in the Nuñez district of Buenos Aires. It is approximately 10 walking blocks away from Monumental stadium. The street’s surrounding the Juan Pasquale contain many grafitied wall’s and objects in tribute of Defensores de Belgrano, and are the meeting points of many of the club’s supporters which begin walking in large groups upon their arrival to the stadium. The capacity of the stadium holds 9,000 people.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

The club operates its junior divisions, beginning from age categories of Sub-7 until Sub-20 level.

Теорема Гурвица о нормированных алгебрах с делением

Теорема Гурвица о нормированных алгебрах — утверждение о множестве всех возможных алгебр с единицей, допускающих при введении скалярного произведения правило «норма произведения равна произведению норм» (нормированная алгебра). Установлена немецким математиком Гурвицем в 1898 году..

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Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center

Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center is most comprehensive medical center in Chula Vista, California, in the United States. Founded in 1979, Sharp Chula Vista is part of Sharp HealthCare, a San Diego health care company. Sharp Chula Vista features 343 beds, including 100 skilled nursing beds and 9 neonatal intensive care unit beds.

Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center began in San Diego’s South Bay as an old 2-story house on F Street converted into a 14-bed nursing home during World War II. It later expanded, became licensed for acute care and was called Chula Vista Hospital.

Over the years, the hospital has grown to meet the needs of the growing South Bay community, adding a cardiac program and a convalescent center, among other programs and services. In 1989, the board of directors affiliated the hospital with Sharp HealthCare and it became known as Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center.

In 2012, Sharp Chula Vista expanded and renovated its emergency department, which sees more than 60,000 patient visits a year. The ED has 48 patient care beds and Rapid Medical Evaluation (RME) for minor injuries and illnesses.

Also in 2012, Sharp Chula Vista opened the Douglas & Nancy Barnhart Cancer Center. The Barnhart Cancer Center is the first in San Diego to offer the TrueBeam STx™ radiotherapy/radiosurgery system, as well as radiation therapy suites with floor-to-ceiling windows. The cancer treatment program at Sharp Chula Vista is certified by the American College of Surgeons and National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC).

In 2014, Sharp Chula Vista became a Planetree Designated Patient-Centered Hospital. With this designation, Sharp Chula Vista became the first co-located hospital and skilled nursing facility in the nation to receive this distinction, which recognizes achievement and innovation in patient- and resident-centered care.

In 2015, Sharp Chula Vista announced plans for a new, seven-story tower to open in 2020. The Ocean View Tower at Sharp Chula Vista will be the first new hospital in San Diego’s South Bay for more than 40 years. It will include 138 private patient rooms, 6 operating rooms, 10 ICU suites and a rooftop cafe with indoor/outdoor dining and panoramic ocean views.

Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center has more than 450 affiliated physicians and nearly 2,000 employees. More than 90,000 patients receive care at Sharp Chula Vista each year.

Sharp Chula Vista is a 343-bed hospital with the largest array of health care services in San Diego’s South Bay. Home to a comprehensive cardiac program, it also has a Certified Community Hospital Cancer Program and accredited Breast Center by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC).

Sharp Chula Vista offers open-heart surgery, cardiac catheterization, angioplasty, coronary stents and vascular surgery, as well as mechanical assist devices for the support of the heart and lungs.

The hospital’s Emergency Department (ED) treats more than 50,000 patients every year. In 2012, the ED was expanded and renovated to include 48 emergency treatment beds, a more comfortable waiting area, and increased privacy.

The Douglas & Nancy Barnhart Cancer Center at Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center, opened in 2012, offers cancer care featuring advanced treatment technology, and a unique healing environment. Using the latest technology in cancer treatment, the TrueBeam STx™ radiotherapy/radiosurgery system, treatments offered at the Barnhart Cancer Center include intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT), image-guided radiation therapy (IGRT), stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) and high dose rate (HDR) brachytherapy. With this technology, neuro-oncology and other highly specialized cancer treatments are possible.

Sharp Chula Vista’s surgical equipment for the operating suites includes the da Vinci® Si Surgical System to perform robotic, minimally invasive surgery, including single-site surgery for gall bladder removal. An Outpatient Surgery Center is also located on the hospital campus.

The Bloodless Medicine and Surgery Center at Sharp Chula Vista is open to patients who, for religious or personal reasons, wish to avoid the use of blood transfusions during surgery. More than 90 physicians in 16 specialties, including cardiology, obstetrics and orthopedics provide transfusion-free surgery at the request of their patients.

Together, the 457 physicians and 1,400 health care professionals at Sharp Chula Vista provide care for more than 80,000 people each year.

In 2016, Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center was voted Best Hospital by readers of The Star-News and received designation as a Blue Distinction Center for Cardiac Care programs

In 2015, Sharp Chula Vista’s Douglas and Nancy Barnhart Cancer Center received a Ribbons and Shovels award from the City of Chula Vista, recognizing its outstanding design and appearance

In 2015, Sharp Chula Vista was honored by the American Heart Association’s Get With The Guidelines Program Stroke Gold Plus Award and for being recognized on Target: Stroke Honor Roll – Elite

In 2014, Sharp Chula Vista received the American Heart Association’s Get With The Guidelines Stroke Gold Plus and Target: Stroke Honor Roll Quality Achievement awards

In 2012, Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center’s ED was the recipient of design awards from the Associated General Contractors of America (AGA) and Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA)

In 2012, Sharp Chula Vista was honored by the American Heart Association’s Get With the Guidelines Program with the Silver Performance Achievement Award

Sharp Chula Vista holds Community Hospital Cancer Program certification from the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer

In 2011, Sharp Chula Vista became accredited as a Breast Center by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers

In November 2007, Sharp HealthCare was awarded the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award by the United States National Institute of Standards and Technology. Sharp was one of five organizations to receive the award, which is the nation’s highest presidential honor for quality and organizational performance excellence. Sharp was the first health care provider in California and the eighth in the nation to receive this recognition. Sharp Chula Vista is a part of Sharp HealthCare.

Meech Wells

Meech Wells ist ein US-amerikanischer Musikproduzent.

Als Sohn von Mary Wells fiel es Meech Wells leicht den Einstieg ins Musikgeschäft zu finden. Er begann seine Karriere als Teil der Funk-Band Trey Lewd, in der auch Tracey Lewis, der Sohn von George Clinton, Mitglied war; dies gab ihm die Möglichkeit mit Clinton selbst zusammenzuarbeiten. 1993 begann er dann mit dem Rapper und Produzenten Def Jef zu arbeiten. Die beiden produzierten Shaquille O’Neals Single (I Know I Got) Skillz, die mit Platz 35 der offiziellen US-amerikanischen Billboard-Charts ein Überraschungserfolg war und führte dazu, dass sie sich innerhalb der Szene schnell einen Namen machten. Wells arbeitete danach an einigen Remix-Projekten, bevor er durch einen Freund Snoop Dogg vorgestellt wurde. Mit diesem arbeitete er fortan sehr häufig zusammen – sowohl auf dessen Soloalben, wie auch auf Alben von No Limit Records-Künstlern, auf denen Snoop Dogg zu hören war und auf den Alben der von Snoop Dogg gegründeten/präsentierten Gruppen, wie Tha Eastsidaz und Doggy′s Angels.

St. Josef (Eschelbronn)

Die St.-Josef-Kirche ist das katholische Kirchengebäude der deutschen Gemeinde Eschelbronn im baden-württembergischen Rhein-Neckar-Kreis. Die Joseph-der-Arbeiter-Kirche wurde 1957 nach Plänen des Architekten Anton Elsässer aus Karlsruhe-Durlach erbaut. Kirchenpatronen sind der Handwerker der Heilige Josef mit Bezug auf Eschelbronn als Schreinerdorf, die Märtyrin Margareta von Antiochia, der bereits eine Holzkirche in dem Eschelbronner Gewann Kirchwiesen gewidmet gewesen sein soll, und Bernhard II. von Baden, dessen 500. Todesjahr auf das Fertigstellungsdatum der Kirche fiel.

Mit dem Zuzug vertriebener Kriegsflüchtlinge in die Gemeinde Eschelbronn entstand nach 1945 der Bedarf nach einer Räumlichkeit für katholische Gottesdienste. Diese wurden zunächst in der Nachbargemeinde Neidenstein und später in der evangelischen Kirche in Eschelbronn gehalten.

Unter Beteiligung des örtlichen Pfarrers August Breuning erwarb die katholische Kirchengemeinde 1957 den Baugrund von dem Freiherrn von Venningen auf dem damals noch weitgehend unbebauten Flur Im Grund. Der Bau der Kirche wurde nach einer Anweisung des Ordinariats vom 8. Februar 1957 in Auftrag gegeben.
Der Spatenstich erfolgte am 19. Mai 1957, die Grundsteinlegung am 25. August 1957 und das Richtfest am 12. November des gleichen Jahres. Geweiht wurde die Kirche nach nicht eindeutiger Aussage der Quelle am 12. November 1962 oder am 31. August 1958 im Auftrag des Erzbischofs Eugen Seiterich durch den Bischof Augustin Olbert. Bei der Grundsteinlegung wurden im Namen der damaligen Amtsinhaber Papst Pius XII., Dekan Josef Mundel des Dekanates Waibstadt, Gemeindepfarrer August Breuning, Bundespräsident Theodor Heuss, Bundeskanzler Konrad Adenauer und des baden-württembergischen Ministerpräsidenten Reinhold Maier eine Ausgabe der Kirchenzeitung, der Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung, des Sinsheimer Tageblatts und Münzen des gängigen Zahlungsmittels eingemauert. Der Grundstein ist mit der Jahreszahl 1957 versehen und befindet sich auf der linken Seite neben dem Haupteingang des Gebäudes.

Die St.-Josef-Kirche besaß zunächst lediglich eine Leihglocke der Glockengießerei Schilling aus Heidelberg. Ein eigenes Geläut mit elektronischer Läutanlage wurde am 8. August 1973 vom Ordinariat genehmigt, am 6. Februar 1974 in Karlsruhe gegossen, am 16. März 1974 abgeholt und 17. März 1974 von dem damaligen Dekan Hermann Bläsi aus Bad Rappenau geweiht. Die Kosten der Glockenanlage betrugen 42.000 D-Mark.

1978 bis 1982 wurden mit Kosten in Höhe von 295.000 D-Mark Umbaumaßnahmen durchgeführt und das Kirchengebäude um einen Anbau erweitert. Darin enthalten waren eine Heizung, sanitäre Anlagen und eine Küche.

Am 2. Oktober 1988 hielt der damalige Kaplan und spätere Bischof Emil Stehle ein Pontifikalamt in der Eschelbronner St.-Josef-Kirche.

Im Jahr 2004 wurden bei Renovierungsarbeiten der Glockenstuhl erneuert und der Turm gestrichen.

Der im Besitz des Freiherrn von Venningen befindliche Baugrund wurde für einen Preis von 4500 D-Mark erworben. Der Bonifatius-Verein förderte den Kauf mit einer Summe von 3000 Mark. Die Baukosten der Kirche betrugen 197.000 DM. Die Baufinanzierung wurde mit 10.000 DM aus Eigenmittel und ein Darlehen in Höhe von 15.000 DM vorgenommen; 163.000 DM wurden von der Kirchengemeinde des Erzbistums Freiburg bezuschusst. Die Koordination der Finanzierung übernahm ein hierzu gegründeter Kirchenbauverein, der auch nach der vollständigen Abbezahlung im Jahr 1964 noch bis 1982 Spenden für diverse Baumaßnahmen sammelte.

Der Bildhauer Franz Bernhard gestaltete die Darstellung des Kreuzwegs an der Wand und ein hängendes Kreuz aus Mosaik. Die Kirche verfügt über eine elektrische Orgel aus dem Jahr 1976. Auf eine Pfeifenorgel wurde aus finanziellen Gründen verzichtet.

Die Kirche besitzt folgende Glocken:


Robert Aitken (publisher)

Robert Aitken (1734–1802) was a Philadelphia printer and the first to publish an English language Bible in the newly formed United States. He was born in Dalkeith, Scotland.

Starting in Philadelphia as a bookseller in 1769 and 1771, Aitken started publication of The Pennsylvania Magazine in 1775, continuing through 1776. He also printed copies of the New Testament in 1777, 1778, 1779, and 1781. He died in Philadelphia in 1802.

The Aitken Bible of 1782 was reviewed, approved and authorized by the Congress of the Confederation. The Bible was reviewed first for accuracy by the Congressional Chaplains White and Duffield and they reported on its accuracy. Then the Journals of Congress for September 1782 records on page 469, „Resolved. That the United States in Congress assembled highly approve the pious and laudable undertaking of Mr. Aitkin, as subservient to the interest of religion as well as an influence of the progress of arts in this country and being satisfied from the above report (by the congressional chaplains), they recommend this edition of the bible to the inhabitants of the United States and hereby authorize him to publish this recommendation.“ (Spelling has been modernized).

The war with Britain had cut off the supply of Bibles, and, on September 11, 1777, the Continental Congress reviewed a committee report, informing them that a locally produced bible may not be a viable option, due to the risk and cost of procuring the materials necessary. The committee noted, “…the use of the Bible is so universal, and its importance so great, that the committee refer the above to the consideration of Congress, and if Congress shall not think it expedient to order the importation of types and paper, your committee recommend that Congress will order the Committee of Commerce to import 20,000 Bibles from Holland, Scotland, or elsewhere, into the different ports of the states in the Union.“ Congress favored the idea of importing 20,000 Bibles, in order to address the short supply.

On Thursday, September 12, 1782, Congress reviewed a report dated September 1, 1782, from their Congressional committee, and signed by the committee Chairman, James Duane. The committee had been, “…referred a memorial of Robert Aitkin, dated January 21st, 1781, respecting an edition of the holy scriptures.” This committee had, from time to time, checked on the progress of Aitken’s work, and their report stated, “Our knowledge of your piety and public spirit leads us without apology to recommend to your particular attention the edition of the holy scriptures publishing by Mr. Aitkin.” Next Congress reviewed a report dated September 10, 1782, from the committee, and signed by the Chaplains of the United States in Congress assembled, William White and George Duffield. This report stated they had reviewed the printing and it was found to be, “…with as few grammatical and typographical errors as could be expected in an undertaking of such magnitude.” The outcome is listed as, „Resolved. That the United States in Congress assembled highly approve the pious and laudable undertaking of Mr. Aitkin, as subservient to the interest of religion as well as an influence of the progress of arts in this country and being satisfied from the above report (by the congressional chaplains), they recommend this edition of the bible to the inhabitants of the United States and hereby authorize him to publish this recommendation.“

In 1783, after Aitken’s Bible had begun to be distributed, Dr. John Rodgers of the First Presbyterian Church of New York suggested to General George Washington that every discharged soldier be given a copy of Aitken’s Bible. Since the war was coming to a close and Congress had already ordered the discharge of two-thirds of the army, the suggestion came too late. However, Washington said, „It would have pleased me well, if Congress had been pleased to make such an important present to the brave fellows who have done so much for the security of their country’s rights and establishment.“

Hamakita Station

Hamakita Station (浜北駅 Hamakita-eki?) is a train station on the Enshū Railway Line in Hamakita-ku, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan

Hamakita Station was established on December 6, 1909 as Kibune Station (貴布禰駅 Kibune-eki?). It was renamed Enshu-Kibune Station (遠州貴布禰駅 Enshu-Kibune-eki?) in April 1923. All freight operations were discontinued in 1973. The station was given its current name in 1977, when the station building was reconstructed into a two-story structure housing a small shopping center. This shopping center closed in 2003.

Hamkita Station is a manned station with a single island platform, connected to a two-story station building. The station building has automated ticket machines, and automated turnstiles which accept the NicePass smart card, as well as ET Card, a magnetic card ticketing system.


Abel Carter Wilder

Abel Carter Wilder (March 18, 1828 – December 22, 1875) was a U.S. Representative from Kansas.

Born in Mendon, Massachusetts, Wilder completed preparatory studies and engaged in mercantile pursuits. He moved to Rochester, New York, and continued mercantile pursuits. He moved to Leavenworth, Kansas in 1857 and again engaged in mercantile pursuits. He served as delegate to the Osawatomie convention in 1859. He served as delegate to the Republican National Convention in 1860 and elected its chairman. He served as a captain in the Kansas brigade for one year in the Civil War.

Wilder was elected as a Republican to the Thirty-Eighth Congress (March 4, 1863 – March 3, 1865). He served as delegate to the Republican National Conventions in 1864, 1868, and 1872. He returned to Rochester, New York, in 1865 and published the Morning and Evening Express until 1868, when he retired from active business pursuits.

Wilder was elected mayor of Rochester in 1872, but resigned in 1873. He died in San Francisco, California, December 22, 1875, while there for his health. He was interred in Mount Hope Cemetery, Rochester, New York.

 This article incorporates public domain material from websites or documents of the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.


Madness er et engelsk band som henter inspirasjon fra flere kilder, selv om fundamentet er sterkt inspirert av ska. Musikken blir ofte kalt Nutty Sound (bokst. nøttelyd, i overf. bet. korka eller syk lyd), og bandet omtales derfor i blant som Nutty Boys. Bandet oppsto i bydelen Camden i London i 1976 under navnet The North London Invaders, og etter flere navneskifter og utskiftninger besto det av Mike «Monsieur Barso» Barsom på piano, Chris «Chrissy Boy» Foreman på gitar, Lee «Kix» Thompson på saksofon, Graham «Suggs» McPherson som vokalist, Mark «Bedders» Bedford på bass og Daniel «Woody» Woodgate på trommer. Denne besetningen ga i 1979 ut debutsingelen The Prince på 2 Tone Records, en utgivelse som nådde 16.-plass på de engelske listene og førte til at bandet fikk kontrakt med Stiff Records.

Etter to nye singler som begge klatret høyt på listenekom den første LPen One Step Beyond… som nådde en annenplass på de engelske listene. På denne var også Carl «Chas Smash» Smyth blitt med på trompet, men det var først etter at plata var kommet i butikkene at han ble et fast medlem av bandet og den klassiske besetningen var komplett. I 1980 ga de ut LP-en Absolutely som i likhet med forgjengeren nådde en annenplass, og de to neste årene kom LP-ene 7 og The Rise & Fall som begge også fikk respektable listeplasseringer. I 1982 kom også bandets eneste nummer 1-singel i England, House of Fun ut.

Barson bestemte seg for å forlate bandet i 1984, men ble likevel med på plata Keep Moving. Savnet etter ham ble imidlertid tydelig, og mye av den lekenheten Barson, som hadde skrevet de fleste av bandets melodier, sto for forsvant. De ga ut LP-en Mad Not Mad i 1985 og singelen (Waiting For) The Ghost Train (med gjesteopptreden fra Barson) før de ga seg. Suggs, Smyth, Foreman og Thompson fortsatte riktignok en periode under navnet The Madness, men den selvtitulerte utgivelsen fra 1988 ble en fiasko, og bandet la inn årene.

I årene som fulgte var medlemmene opptatt med en rekke ulike prosjekter, men i 1992 kom de igjen sammen for to konserter under navnet Madstock. Dette ble slik en suksess at de valgte å gjenta det flere ganger, og i 1999 kom comeback-plata Wonderful ut, og bandet fikk sin første topp 10-singel siden 1983 med Lovestruck. På plata hadde de også en sang der de spilte sammen med Ian Dury. Denne ble fulgt opp i 2005 med The Dangermen Sessions Vol. 1 der bandet utelukkende spiller coverlåter. Foreman kan riktig nok bare høres på noen låter, ettersom han forlot bandet under innspillingen. Han ble imidlertid med igjen året etter, og i 2009 kom CD-en The Liberty of Norton Folgate. Samme år spilte de også på Øya-festivalen i Oslo.

Gjennom hele sin eksistens har bandet vært kjent for sine lekne melodier, humoristiske tekster og ikke minst fantasifulle musikkvideoer. Musikkvideoene gjorde også at de ble mye spilt på MTV i kanalens barndom. I 2002 ble alle bandets 28 videoer utgitt på DVDen Divine Madness.

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