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However, owing to family affairs he was compelled to relinquish this, he devoted himself to geographical and historical studies. About the same time he published letters of travel, a geographical review, the first of its kind in the daily press. During the Franco-Prussian War he was a correspondent for several papers. On 4 September , he entered the army as a volunteer, was appointed sublieutenant of the 46th Foot the following November; when peace was established he resumed his Oriental studies, devoting himself chiefly to research concerning the Turks and the Tatars.
Meanwhile, Cahun had begun to publish a series of historical novels dealing with ancient history, in the style of the journeys of Anacharsis in Greece , they are said by one critic to be written in temperate and pure French, combining interest with genuine archeological knowledge. In Cahun set out on a fresh series of journeys accompanied by his wife. The two intrepid travelers visited central Syria , the mountains of Ansairi, the Faroe Islands and Iceland , central Syria and Mesopotamia.
In Cahun established a course of lectures at the Sorbonne , where he taught the history and the geography of Asia. He undertook the restoration of some ancient casts that are of great geographical interest; some years before his death Cahun ceased writing for the Parisian periodicals, but to the end he contributed to Le Phare de la Loire. He left an unfinished history of the Arabs , a historical novel dealing with the same topic, he was a member of several learned societies. Cahun came from a distinguished family, who traced back its ancestry to the times of Louis IX of France , his nephew, the son of Mathilde Cahun, Marcel Schwob , was a prolific French writer.
French photographer and writer Claude Cahun was his great-niece. This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Isidore Singer and Zadoc Kahn. In Singer, Isidore; the Jewish Encyclopedia. At least two works predate this speech. Kim did not deliver a traditional New Year Address in out of respect for Kim Jong-il who had died just a short time ago.
He did, revive the tradition the following year. In an unofficial hierarchy of speeches by the leader of North Korea, these New Year Addresses are second to only speeches made at major party events. Two collections have been published: Towards Final Victory includes works from , For Building a Thriving Nation, covering the years and In Cathcart, Adam. Change and Continuity in North Korean Politics. London : Routledge.
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Retrieved 10 October Eckert Fred J. Eckert is an American political and diplomatic figure and writer, he is best known for his unwavering conservative principles while holding public office and his early advocacy during the s of causes that many years became major public policy issues, such as public pension reform and replacing lifelong teacher tenure with renewable contracts.
He is known for the high regard in which he was held by President Ronald Reagan , who said of him: "He has a quality, all too rare in the political world — he has political courage.
Reagan referred to Eckert as "a good friend and valued advisor" and "a man of great experience and wisdom — one of a kind. Ambassador Eckert was born in Rochester, New York , grew up in its largest suburb , the Town of Greece , he is a graduate of the University of North Texas , where he majored in government and minored in both history and journalism.
He worked as a journalist for the Richardson, Daily News while attending college. A movement conservative while in college, he was a contributing editor to The New Guard , the magazine of Young Americans for Freedom. Following college and his marriage to his college sweetheart, Karen Laughlin of Morton, Mississippi , he served as Assistant Director of Mass Communications for the Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America and was recruited to join the public relations staff of a major Fortune corporation, General Foods , at its White Plains, New York , headquarters.
He sought the Supervisor office, handily winning in what was viewed as a stunning upset and carried his entire town council team with him. Despite the defeated party establishment fielding an "independent" slate in the general election, the Eckert team again won in a landslide.
Two years the Old Guard Republicans challenged him in a primary for re-election and he again won both the primary and general elections by landslide margins. In , the party establishment asked him to be the Republican candidate against a well-entrenched Democratic State Senator and agreed to his terms for doing so, he won in. To try to stem the growth of state government, Eckert introduced a state constitutional amendment that restricted the rate of increasing government spending to an inflation and population based formula similar to ideas, put forth in California by Governor Ronald Reagan.
Carey ; the legislative accomplishment for which Eckert is best remembered was his success in obtaining the greatest check against runaway state government spending in passing a public pension reform law for which he had crusaded from his first day in office. During a week in June in which the legislature was in recess Eckert barnstormed the state campaigning for his bill, publicly supported by only one other state legislator and opposed by the Democratic governor and both the Democratic and Republican leadership of both houses of the legislature.
It was bitterly opposed by every public employee union in the state. Four days during their first appearance in the UEFA Europa League , he netted twice in a 2—1 success at Omonia as his team played 30 minutes with one player less and qualified to the third round.
On 6 August of the following year, in the same competition but in the third qualifying round, his second leg brace helped defeat West Ham United 2—1 at home and 4—3 on aggregate.
Budescu was loaned to his previous club in August , being released by the Asians the following January. On 26 January , Budescu chose to stay once again with Astra Giurgiu, joining on a one-and-a-half-year contract. On 16 February, he netted a goal against Genk in a 2—2 Europa League round of 32 home draw. On 19th of August , Astra owner Ioan Niculae confirmed the return of the 30 year old player, signing a contract on two years. Budescu played an unofficial match for Romania B in a 1—4 friendly defeat against Poland , in February His debut for the full side was made two years as he came on as a 78th-minute substitute in a 0—0 away draw against Hungary for the UEFA Euro qualifiers.
On 11 October , Budescu scored a brace against Faroe Islands , helping the country achieve qualification by finishing second in the group one point behind Northern Ireland. Budescu is regarded as a creative player, with exceptional free kick skills as well as an accurate long shot.
However, he is criticized for his lack of work rate. PERDaix PERDaix is a novel and light weight magnetic spectrometer to measure the charge and mass dependent solar modulation periodically for deeper understanding of cosmic rays. For a better understanding of sources and acceleration of cosmic particles direct measurements of cosmic rays are necessary.
For a better understanding of the solar modulation, expected to follow the year solar cycle, time dependent measurements are needed. Being proposed to the German Space Agency in November for a participation in the BEXUS Program after a first canceled flight attempt in October the actual flight took place as a post-BEXUS-campaign flight opportunity in November ; the detector is able to measure charged particles in the energy range of 0.
PERDaix uses a time of flight system, a scintillating fiber tracker with silicon photomultiplier readout, a transition radiation detector in combination with a permanent magnet to measure particle fluxes. The time of flight system is the upper- and lowermost layer of the detector, it consists of scintillators with an SiPM readout. It is used as a trigger signal and to discriminate against particles entering the detector from below. With a design time resolution of picoseconds it can be used to distinguish between positrons and electrons in the momentum range below 1 GeV.
One silicon photomultiplier array has 32 channels. Particles crossing the interface of two media with different dielectric constant produce transition radiation; the energy loss at a boundary is proportional to the relativistic gamma factor. It is used to measure the x-ray transition radiation produced by electrons in eight 20mm thick layers of an irregular fleece radiator ; this leads to more than material interfaces per radiator layer.
Thanks to the support of German Space Agency and Esrange a second flight opportunity was provided in late November The fiefdom, its ruler titled as Lipartiani, was in possession of the cadets of the House of Dadiani , the ruling princely dynasty of Mingrelia. Salipartiano "of Lipartiani", was located in the northeastern portion of Mingrelia, or Odishi proper, covering most of what is now the Martvili Municipality , traversed by the Tekhuri river, on the border with Imereti.
Both the title of Lipartiani and the name of the fiefdom appear to have been derived from Liparit, a name of one of the Mingrelian princes—probably, Liparit I —from the Dadiani dynasty. From at least the latter half of the 16th century, Salipartiano was reserved for the cadets, that is, younger sons, of the Princes of Mingrelia.
Around , the fiefdom was granted, in hereditary possession, to the Chikovani family of Lechkhumi , who went on to become, in the person of Katsia I, the ruling dynasty of Mingrelia as the second House of Dadiani in Thenceforth, Salipartiano became a princely domain, not infrequently bestowed by the rulers of Mingrelia upon members of their family to buy their loyalty or appease their dynastic ambitions.
Thus, in , Manuchar was appanaged with Salipartiano by his brother Grigol Dadiani , Prince of Mingrelia, as part of a peace deal.
Salipartiano became an estate of the Prince of Mingrelia and given in governorship to the noble family of Dgebuadze WikiVisually Top Lists.
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Meanwhile, Cahun had begun to publish a series of historical novels dealing with ancient history, in the style of the journeys of Anacharsis in Greece. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. They are said by one critic to be written in temperate and pure French, combining interest with genuine archeological knowledge.
However, owing to family affairs he was compelled to relinquish this, and he devoted himself to geographical and historical studies. About the same time he published letters of travel, and a geographical review which was the first of its kind in the daily press. During the Franco-Prussian War he was a correspondent for several papers. On 4 September , he entered the army as a volunteer, and was appointed sublieutenant of the 46th Foot the following November. When peace was established he resumed his Oriental studies, devoting himself chiefly to research concerning the Turks and the Tatars.