First aid

First aid is the assistance given to any person suffering a sudden illness or injury, with care provided to preserve life, prevent the condition from worsening, and/or promote recovery. It includes initial intervention in a serious condition prior to professional medical help being available, such as performing CPR while awaiting an ambulance, as well as the complete treatment of minor conditions, such as applying a plaster to a cut. First aid is generally performed by the layperson, with many people trained in providing basic levels of first aid

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, and others willing to do so from acquired knowledge. Mental health first aid is an extension of the concept of first aid to cover mental health.
There are many situations which may require first aid, and many countries have legislation, regulation, or guidance which specifies a minimum level of first aid provision in certain circumstances. This can include specific training or equipment to be available in the workplace (such as an Automated External Defibrillator), the provision of specialist first aid cover at public gatherings, or mandatory first aid training within schools. First aid, however, does not necessarily require any particular equipment or prior knowledge, and can involve improvisation with materials available at the time, often by untrained persons.
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Skills of what is now known as first aid have been recorded throughout history, especially in relation to warfare, where the care of both traumatic and medical cases is required in particularly large numbers. The bandaging of battle wounds is shown on Classical Greek pottery from circa 500 BCE, whilst the parable of the Good Samaritan includes references to binding or dressing wounds. There are numerous references to first aid performed within the Roman army, with a system of first aid, supported by surgeons, field ambulances, and hospitals. Roman legions had the specific role of capsarii, who were responsible for first aid such as bandaging, and are the forerunners of the modern combat medic.
Further examples occur through history, still mostly related to battle

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, with examples such as the Knights Hospitaller in the 11th century CE, providing care to pilgrims and knights in the Holy Land.
During the late 18th century, drowning as a cause of death was a major concern amongst the population. In 1767, a society for the preservation of life from accidents in water was started in Amsterdam, and in 1773, physician William Hawes began publicizing the power of artificial respiration as means of resuscitation of those who appeared drowned. This led to the formation, in 1774, of the Society for the Recovery of Persons Apparently Drowned, later the Royal Humane Society, who did much to promote resuscitation.
Napoleon’s surgeon, Baron Dominique-Jean Larrey, is credited with creating an ambulance corps (the ambulance volantes), which included medical assistants, tasked to administer first aid in battle.
In 1859 Jean-Henri Dunant witnessed the aftermath of the Battle of Solferino, and his work led to the formation of the Red Cross, with a key stated aim of “aid to sick and wounded soldiers in the field”. The Red Cross and Red Crescent are still the largest provider of first aid worldwide.
In 1870, Prussian military surgeon Friedrich von Esmarch introduced formalized first aid to the military, and first coined the term “erste hilfe” (translating to ‘first aid’), including training for soldiers in the Franco-Prussian War on care for wounded comrades using pre-learnt bandaging and splinting skills, and making use of the Esmarch bandage which he designed. The bandage was issued as standard to the Prussian combatants, and also included aide-memoire pictures showing common uses.
In 1872, the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem in England changed its focus from hospice care, and set out to start a system of practical medical help, starting with making a grant towards the establishment of Britain’s first ambulance service. This was followed by creating its own wheeled transport litter in 1875 (the St John Ambulance), and in 1877 established the St John Ambulance Association (the forerunner of modern-day St John Ambulance) “to train men and women for the benefit of the sick and wounded”.
Also in Britain, Surgeon-Major Peter Shepherd had seen the advantages of von Esmarch’s new teaching of first aid, and introduced an equivalent programme for the British Army, and so being the first user of “first aid for the injured” in English, disseminating information through a series of lectures. Following this, in 1878, Shepherd and Colonel Francis Duncan took advantage of the newly charitable focus of St John, and established the concept of teaching first aid skills to civilians. The first classes were conducted in the hall of the Presbyterian school in Woolwich (near Woolwich barracks where Shepherd was based) using a comprehensive first aid curriculum.
First aid training began to spread through the British Empire through organisations such as St John, often starting, as in the UK, with high risk activities such as ports and railways.
The key aims of first aid can be summarised in three key points, sometimes known as ‘the three P’s’:-
Certain skills are considered essential to the provision of first aid and are taught ubiquitously. Particularly the “ABC”s of first aid, which focus on critical life-saving intervention, must be rendered before treatment of less serious injuries. ABC stands for Airway, Breathing, and Circulation. The same mnemonic is used by all emergency health professionals. Attention must first be brought to the airway to ensure it is clear. Obstruction (choking) is a life-threatening emergency. Following evaluation of the airway, a first aid attendant would determine adequacy of breathing and provide rescue breathing if necessary. Assessment of circulation is now not usually carried out for patients who are not breathing, with first aiders now trained to go straight to chest compressions (and thus providing artificial circulation) but pulse checks may be done on less serious patients.
Some organizations add a fourth step of “D” for Deadly bleeding or Defibrillation, while others consider this as part of the Circulation step. Variations on techniques to evaluate and maintain the ABCs depend on the skill level of the first aider. Once the ABCs are secured, first aiders can begin additional treatments, as required. Some organizations teach the same order of priority using the “3Bs”: Breathing, Bleeding, and Bones (or “4Bs”: Breathing, Bleeding, Burns, and Bones). While the ABCs and 3Bs are taught to be performed sequentially, certain conditions may require the consideration of two steps simultaneously. This includes the provision of both artificial respiration and chest compressions to someone who is not breathing and has no pulse, and the consideration of cervical spine injuries when ensuring an open airway.
In order to stay alive, all persons need to have an open airway—a clear passage where air can move in through the mouth or nose through the pharynx and down into the lungs, without obstruction. Conscious people will maintain their own airway automatically, but those who are unconscious (with a GCS of less than 8) may be unable to maintain a patent airway, as the part of the brain which automatically controls breathing in normal situations may not be functioning.
If the patient was breathing, a first aider would normally then place them in the recovery position, with the patient leant over on their side, which also has the effect of clearing the tongue from the pharynx. It also avoids a common cause of death in unconscious patients, which is choking on regurgitated stomach contents.
The airway can also become blocked through a foreign object becoming lodged in the pharynx or larynx, commonly called choking. The first aider will be taught to deal with this through a combination of ‘back slaps’ and ‘abdominal thrusts’.
Once the airway has been opened, the first aider would assess to see if the patient is breathing. If there is no breathing, or the patient is not breathing normally, such as agonal breathing

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, the first aider would undertake what is probably the most recognized first aid procedure—cardiopulmonary resuscitation or CPR, which involves breathing for the patient, and manually massaging the heart to promote blood flow around the body.
The first aider is also likely to be trained in dealing with injuries such as cuts, grazes or bone fracture. They may be able to deal with the situation in its entirety (a small adhesive bandage on a paper cut), or may be required to maintain the condition of something like a broken bone, until the next stage of definitive care (usually an ambulance) arrives.
Basic principles, such as knowing to use an adhesive bandage or applying direct pressure on a bleed, are often acquired passively through life experiences. However, to provide effective, life-saving first aid interventions requires instruction and practical training. This is especially true where it relates to potentially fatal illnesses and injuries, such as those that require cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR); these procedures may be invasive, and carry a risk of further injury to the patient and the provider. As with any training, it is more useful if it occurs before an actual emergency, and in many countries, emergency ambulance dispatchers may give basic first aid instructions over the phone while the ambulance is on the way.
Training is generally provided by attending a course, typically leading to certification. Due to regular changes in procedures and protocols, based on updated clinical knowledge, and to maintain skill, attendance at regular refresher courses or re-certification is often necessary. First aid training is often available through community organizations such as the Red Cross and St. John Ambulance, or through commercial providers, who will train people for a fee. This commercial training is most common for training of employees to perform first aid in their workplace. Many community organizations also provide a commercial service, which complements their community programmes.
There are several types of first aid (and first aider) which require specific additional training. These are usually undertaken to fulfill the demands of the work or activity undertaken.
Some people undertake specific training in order to provide first aid at public or private events, during filming, or other places where people gather. They may be designated as a first aider, or use some other title. This role may be undertaken on a voluntary basis, with an organisation such as the Red Cross, or as paid employment with a medical contractor.
People performing a first aid role, whether in a professional or voluntary capacity, are often expected to have a high level of first aid training.
Although commonly associated with first aid, the symbol of a red cross is an official protective symbol of the Red Cross. According to the Geneva Conventions and other international laws, the use of this and similar symbols is reserved for official agencies of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent, and as a protective emblem for medical personnel and facilities in combat situations. Use by any other person or organization is illegal, and may lead to prosecution.
The internationally accepted symbol for first aid is the white cross on a green background shown below.
Some organizations may make use of the Star of Life, although this is usually reserved for use by ambulance services, or may use symbols such as the Maltese Cross, like the Order of Malta Ambulance Corps and St John Ambulance. Other symbols may also be used.
ISO First Aid Symbol
St. Andrew’s First Aid Badge
Symbol of the Red Cross
Maltese or Amalfi Cross
Star of life
Civil defence
Also see medical emergency.

High Definition Earth Viewing

High Definition Earth Viewing (HDEV) ist ein Experiment der NASA, das auf der Internationalen Raumstation (ISS) durchgeführt wird. Es handelt sich um vier handelsübliche HD-Videokameras, welche von der ISS aus die Erde aus drei verschiedenen Richtungen beobachten: Zwei Kameras blicken nach hinten bogner daunenjacke 2016, eine nach vorne und eine senkrecht nach unten. Die Box, in der die Kameras fest montiert sind nike footaball Strumpf und Kappe Auslass, wurde mit einem Dragon Raumschiff im Rahmen der SpaceX-CRS 3 Mission zur ISS transportiert (18. April 2014). Die Kameras wurden anschließend von einem Roboterarm am Columbus Labor der ESA befestigt bogner daunenjacke 2016. Seit dem 30. April überträgt ein Live-Stream die Videos aus dem All. Überfliegt die ISS gerade die Nachtseite der Erde, so bleibt der Bildschirm schwarz. Ein grauer Bildschirm weist auf einen Wechsel der Kamera hin oder die ISS befindet sich in einer Loss of Signal Phase.
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Das didaktische Projekt “Columbus Eye – Live-Bilder von der ISS im Schulunterricht” der Universität Bonn ist an der Steuerung und am Empfang der Videos beteiligt. Columbus Eye wird vom Deutschen Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR) gefördert und bietet in einem Internetportal neben dem Stream die HDEV-Videos und -Bilder zum Download an. Mit Hilfe von interaktiven Materialien aus dem Bereich Fernerkundung in Schulen hat es den Raumflug des deutschen Astronauten Alexander Gerst begleitet, um Schülerinnen und Schüler die Themen Erdbeobachtung und Raumfahrt zu vermitteln.

Deanery (NHS)

An NHS Deanery is a regional organisation responsible for postgraduate medical and dental training, within the structure of the National Health Service (NHS) in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. In 2013 2016 lågpris Nike fotbollsskor, restructuring of the NHS in England led to its deaneries being incorporated into new bodies 2016 Puma fotbollsskor på nätet, known as Local Education and Training Boards (LETBs), that have taken over these functions.

Each Deanery is responsible for coordinating postgraduate medical and dental education within a given region, to standards that are set by the General Medical and Dental Councils. Deaneries are each advised by a Specialty Training Committee (STC), which includes Consultants.
Postgraduate medical education begins as doctors start their initial Foundation Programme (F1/F2) jobs, where they are closely supervised and their progress is monitored across two years of training. The recruitment of doctors into Speciality Training Programmes is managed by deaneries. Once a doctor accepts a post on a training programme the deanery allocates specific jobs, arranges educational supervision and provides the assessment of whether the doctors in training have demonstrated sufficient progress.
Deaneries have been criticised in the past for not providing accurate and detailed information to applicants who have no alternative methods of finding employment within the UK, in particular for failing reliably to tell applicants exactly when and where jobs will start, what hours will be, and what their salary will be. The BMA have observed “It’s hard to imagine another profession where you could start salaried employment without knowing how much you’ll be paid in six months’ time 2016 lågpris Nike fotbollsskor. That’s been the reality for junior doctors for years, but it may be about to change.”
As of June 2008, the Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate have ruled that deaneries should be legally classified as employment agencies, which calls into question the legality of existing recruitment processes. This has led Remedy UK to call for junior doctors, who are currently employed on a series of short-term contracts, to be given a single unified contract covering the whole process.
Recent changes in UK legislation mean that Deaneries must give preference to applicants from the UK or the European Union. This is likely over the medium term to change the make-up of the hospital registrar workforce 2016 lågpris Nike fotbollsskor, in which over recent years candidates from developing countries in Asia and Africa have been strongly represented[citation needed].

Luke Lee

Luke Lee Wen Loong (born December 16 kurtki bogner, 1991) is a Singaporean actor, best known for portraying characters in both film and television. His best known role was Sergeant Heng in Jack Neo’s army movies Ah Boys to Men and Ah Boys to Men 2. Notable roles include appearing in MediaCorp Channel 5’s Point of Entry (TV series) kurtki bogner, HBO (Asia) & Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Serangoon Road (TV series) as well as BBC’s Insatiable Teens kurtki bogner.

Lee first appeared on television as the host of the 2009 Asian Youth Games, part of Singapore’s bid to host the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics. His first screen acting role was in 2012 in an SPCA pet adoption commercial. Lee’s first film credit was 2012’s Ah Boys to Men, playing the supporting role of Sergeant Heng. The film was a commercial success kurtki bogner, despite mixed critical reviews. In 2013, Lee reprised his role in its sequel, Ah Boys to Men 2. As of January 2013, Ah Boys to Men has grossed $6.18 million and Ah Boys to Men 2 has grossed $7.9 million domestically. Ah Boys to Men 2 by Jack Neo, remains the biggest local box office and the highest grossing Singaporean film to date. Lee appeared in several MediaCorp programmes such as Point of Entry, Unnatural, On the Edge, Step Puteri. Lee appeared music videos for the theme song of Ah Boys to Men, titled “Recruit’s Anthem” and UK-based artists Virus Syndicate and Dinzy. Lee landed a role the following year in Little Medium Boy, a Hong Kong-Singapore horror film directed by Meng Ong, starring Sandra Ng and Mark Lee (comedian). Little Medium Boy was selected by the Sundance Institute Screenwriting Lab, and the Taiwan Golden Horse Film Project Promotion for development.
Lee attended National Junior College. He was conscripted into compulsory National Service in Singapore.
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Gordon Rugg

Gordon Rugg (born 1955) is a British academic, head of the Knowledge Modelling Group at Keele University and a visiting Senior Research Fellow at the Open University, known for his work on the Voynich Manuscript.

Born in Perth

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His background includes working as a timberyard worker, a field archaeologist and an English lecturer. He became the focus of media attention in 2004 for his work on the Voynich Manuscript Free People 2016.
He is co-author with Marian Petre of two books for students which focus on semi-tacit skills in research. He is head of the Knowledge Modelling Group at Keele University and a visiting Senior Research Fellow at the Open University.
His main research theme is elicitation methods – techniques for eliciting information from people, for purposes such as market research and requirements gathering for software development

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. His main work in this field includes the following.
This work formed one main strand in the Verifier method which he developed with Joanne Hyde. This is a method for critically re-assessing previous research into difficult problems. The initial stage uses a range of elicitation methods to gain an accurate picture of the assumptions and normal working practices used in the previous work. The next stage uses a knowledge of experts’ behaviour and a range of error taxonomies to identify the places where human error is most likely to have occurred. The final stage uses various formalisms to assess whether or not an error actually has occurred. There is no guarantee that this method will catch every error – it is not a method for proving the correctness of a piece of previous work – but it improves the chances of finding key errors.
Rugg’s other work is multidisciplinary, including theoretical archaeology and teaching methods.
Rugg used an informal version of the Verifier method to re-assess previous work on the Voynich Manuscript, a manuscript widely believed to be a ciphertext based on a code which had resisted decipherment since the manuscript’s rediscovery by Voynich in 1912. Previous research had concluded that the manuscript contained linguistic features too complex to be readily explicable as a hoax, and too strange to be explicable as a transliteration of an unidentified language, leaving an uncracked cipher as the only realistic explanation.
Rugg suggested that these assessments of complexity were not based on empirical evidence. He examined a range of techniques known in the late sixteenth century, and found that, by using a modified Cardan grille combined with a large table of meaningless syllables, it was possible to produce meaningless text that had qualititive and statistical properties similar to those of “Voynichese”. Rugg replicated the drawings from a range of pages in the manuscript, accompanying each with the same quantity of text as found in the original page, and discovered that most pages could be reproduced in one to two hours, as fast as they could be transcribed. This suggested that a meaningless hoax manuscript as long and as apparently linguistically complex as the Voynich manuscript could be produced, complete with coloured illustrations, by a single person in between 250 and 500 hours.
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. The two main features are lines showing different linguistic features from the bulk of the manuscript, such as the Neal keys, and the statistical properties of the text produced. Rugg argues that these linguistic features are trivially easy to hoax using the same approach with a different set of tables, and would add about five minutes to the time to produce each page; the counter-argument is that this makes the hoax too complex to be plausible. Regarding statistics, Rugg points out that text produced from the same set of initial nonsense syllables but using different table structures shows widely different statistical properties. Since there are tens of thousands of permutations of table design, he argues that it would simply be a question of time to find a design which produced the same statistical properties as “Voynichese”. Whether or not this would prove anything useful is another issue, since it could either be used to support Rugg’s argument, or dismissed as coincidence.
Further counterarguments are:
The debate continues.
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The Cold War Museum

The Cold War Museum is a history museum in Warrenton, Virginia, focused on Cold War history.
Founded in 1996 by Francis Gary Powers Jr., son of pilot Francis Gary Powers, and John C. Welch to preserve Cold War history and honor Cold War veterans, the Cold War Museum signed a lease on December 1, 2009, with the Vint Hill Economic Development Authority for the use of a two-story building and secure storage facility at Vint Hill Farms Station, Virginia, in Fauquier County, 30 miles (48 km) from Washington Dulles International Airport. Vint Hill Farms is a 695-acre former United States Army communications base. The museum opened on November 11, 2011.
The Cold War Museum is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization. As a result, it has pledges of support for loans of artifacts from the Air and Space Museum, the National Museum of American History, the National Portrait Gallery, and the National Postal Museum. The Museum is also working with the privately owned International Spy Museum in Washington, Diefenbunker, Canada’s Cold War Museum in Ottawa, and the Atombunker Harnekop near Berlin to temporarily display some of its artifacts.
The Cold War Museum has a chapter in the American Midwest based in Waukesha, Wisconsin and a chapter in Berlin.

The museum has over $3 million worth of international Cold War artifacts in its collection. Museum holdings include items from the 1948-1949 Berlin Airlift, 1960 U-2 incident (including the helmet used by Francis Gary Powers and the suitcase carried by Powers across Glienicke Bridge when he was exchanged for Rudolf Abel) sleeveless dress, a 5,000-square-foot (460 m2) display on the Cuban Missile Crisis that includes a Soviet SA-2 missile and four America Nike missiles, and material from the USS Liberty incident, USS Pueblo incident, Corona spy satellites, and Space Race. The museum also has the largest collection of civil defense items in America, mainly acquired from the former Civil Defense headquarters in Washington; a yellow East German Trabant automobile; and Soviet and East German flags and banners. The museum also has acquired the mailbox used by Aldrich Ames to contact his Soviet handlers.
The museum has developed various educational programs and activities to help educate future generation about the Cold War. Museum speakers have visited numerous grade schools, high schools, colleges, and universities in order to teach students about the Cold War. The museum also assists with educational programming for the History Channel, the Discovery Channel, A&E Television Networks, the Learning Channel, C-SPAN, and numerous public access stations.
The mobile exhibit on the U-2 Incident, the “Spies of Washington Tour,” and the Cold War Conversations lecture series continue to generate interest and support

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The mobile exhibit on the U-2 Incident of May 1, 1960, helps promote the need for a permanent Cold War Museum. The exhibit has been displayed at many museums across the United States and internationally. The traveling exhibit helps to promote The Cold War Museum.
In collaboration with Carol S. Bessette, Certified Master Tour Guide, the Cold War Museum offers the original Spy Tour of Washington. Since its earliest days, Washington, D.C. has been the scene of international intrigue, espionage, and intelligence activity, as the U.S. government has tried to learn the plans of other countries while keeping its own plans secret. Key players in this non-ending drama include personalities as diverse as Rose Greenhow, Herbert Yardley, Major General Ma“Wild Bill” Donovan, Aldrich Ames, and Robert Hanssen bogner skijacke. This educational bus tour will introduce you to many of the locations in and around Washington that have been associated with intelligence and counter intelligence activities for the past 200 years. Some walking is required Cheap Maje On Sale. Optional stop at International Spy Museum not included in price.
On October 14, 2006, the museum hosted an international conference to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the 1956 Hungarian and Polish Crises. Dr. Sergei Khrushchev, the son of Nikita Khrushchev, and David Eisenhower, grandson of President Dwight D. Eisenhower participated with VIPs from Hungary and Poland and well renowned scholars. The Hungarian and Polish Embassies, American Hungarian Federation, Fairfax County Economic Development Authority, the Hungarian Technology Center, the Cold War Museum, and the South County Secondary School were hosts for the program. Sponsors that included EnviroSolutions, Inc., K. Hovnanian Homes, Marriott Fairfax at Fair Oaks, Northern Virginia Community College, Verizon, and Vulcan Materials Company.
On October 2, 2007, Cold War Conversations-II took place to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the 1957 launch of Sputnik. Dr. Sergei Khrushchev, the son of Nikita Khrushchev and author of Memoirs of Nikita Khrushchev 1953–1964 and Paul Dickson, author of Sputnik—Shock of the Century discussed this important Cold War historical event. Dialog between the two and Q&A from the audience followed their presentations. Washington Dulles Airport Hotel, Northern Virginia Community College – Loudoun Campus, NASA, and the Cold War Museum were event sponsors.
The museum worked with the Embassy of the Czech Republic to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Prague Spring and with the British Berlin Airlift Association to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Berlin Airlift.
Periodically, the Cold War Museum hosts book signing lectures for authors who have written on the Cold War. The Cold War Times is a quarterly online publication produced for the Cold War Museum and Cold War Veterans.
In 1997, Congressman Tom Davis, with the assistance of the Cold War Museum, drafted legislation for the creation of a “Cold War Memorial” that will honor all the men and women who were part of Cold War events and activities.

Charles Gore (Künstler)

Charles Gore (* 5. Dezember 1729 in Horkstow Hall, Lincolnshire; † 23.(?) Januar 1807 in Weimar) war ein dilettierender Künstler, Grand-Tour-Reisender und Liebhaber des Maritimen. Seit 1791 lebte er in Weimar und gehörte zum Umkreis von Herzogin Anna Amalia von Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach und Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

Charles Gores Biografie wurde von Goethe anhand einer englischen Fassung der Tochter Emily Gore (1756–1826) um 1811 verfasst. Diese Schrift wurde als Zusatz zur Biographie von Jakob Philipp Hackert publiziert. Neben dieser lückenhaften Quelle sind wohl die kurzen Erwähnungen des englischen Reisenden mit der Camera obscura in den Wahlverwandtschaften auf ihn gemünzt. In seinem graphischen Werk sind viele Reisen erkennbar, die in der Biografie nicht erwähnt werden.
Gore stammte aus einer wohlhabenden Kaufmannsfamilie. Er besuchte die Westminster School und machte eine Ausbildung in einem Londoner Handelshaus bei seinem Onkel John Gore. Mit der Heirat 1751 der vermögenden Mary Cockerill konnte er sich ausschließlich seinen Interessen widmen. Nach dem Tod seines Vaters zog er mit seiner Familie 1759 nach Southampton und konnte von dort aus sowohl die Marinewerften in Portsmouth und die Reede von Spithead in Aquarellen festhalten, als auch mit einem selbst entworfenen Schiff, dem Kutter Snail, Fahrten in diesem Revier unternehmen. Dabei sollen ihn die Brüder des englischen Königs Georg III., Herzog von York, Herzog von Gloucester und Herzog von Cumberland begleitet haben. Bis 1773 unternahm er Fahrten entlang des englischen Kanals, welche in seinen Aquarellen dokumentiert sind.
Mit der Erkrankung seiner Frau änderte sich die Lebensweise der Familie Gore grundlegend und wurde bis zu ihrer Übersiedlung nach Weimar eine unstete. Zuerst ging es in der Hoffnung, dass sich der Gesundheitszustand seiner Frau verbessern würde nach Lissabon. Von dort segelten sie auf einer Fregatte über Gibraltar und Port Mahon nach Livorno. In Florenz heiratete Hanna Anna, die jüngste der drei Töchter von Gore, George Nassau Clavering-Cowper, 3rd Earl Cowper (1738–1789). Zu dieser Gelegenheit hat Johann Zoffany (1733–1810) ein Gemälde der Familie Gore mit Earl Cowper geschaffen.
In dieser Zeit lebte Gore in Rom, Neapel und bis 1778 wieder Florenz Billig Bogner Skijacke. Damals lernte er Hackert kennen, mit dem er zwei Sommer lang auf Castel Gandolfo und Albano lebte. Während die Biographie eine gleichberechtigte künstlerische Betätigung nahelegt, ist in anderen Publikationen von einer Schülerschaft von Gore bzw. Schülerschaft Hackerts die Rede.
Zusammen mit Richard Payne Knight (1750–1824) haben Hackert und Gore 1777 eine Reise nach Sizilien unternommen. In den Nachträgen zur Biographie von Hackert hatte Goethe das Tagebuch von Knight veröffentlicht. Die zahlreichen Skizzen und Aquarelle dieser Reisen sollten in einem monumentalen Werk publiziert werden. Aus wirtschaftlichen Gründen wurde davon abgesehen. Allerdings haben die Arbeiten von Hackert und Gore Goethe später als Erinnerungsstützen für seine Italienische Reise gedient.
In den folgenden Jahren reiste Gore mit Hackert in die Schweiz und nach Venedig, dann nur mit seiner Familie über Frankreich, die österreichischen und nördlichen Niederlande nach England. 1785 brachte er seine kranke Frau zur Kur nach Spa, wo sie starb. Danach reiste er mit seinen Töchtern durch Deutschland und war 1787 das erste Mal in Weimar Bogner Jacken Herren. Nach Besuchen in Berlin und Dresden, ließ er sich 1791 in Weimar nieder. Vom Herzog Karl August erhielt er das Jägerhaus vorher von Goethe bewohnt (Signatur GSA 34/IX,6,3). Dieser erhielt dafür das heute nach ihm benannte Goethehaus am Frauenplan. Zusammen mit Georg Melchior Kraus (1737–1806) dokumentierte Gore die Belagerung von Mainz. Bei dieser Gelegenheit porträtierte Kraus Gore beim Frühstück. Weiterhin sind Reisen auf der Donau und nach Norddeutschland dokumentiert.
In der Weimarer Gesellschaft gehörte Charles Gore mit seinen Töchtern Emily und Eliza (1754–1802) mit in den Umkreis um Anna Amalias Abendgesellschaft Adidas Fußball Jerseys geben Verschiffen frei 2016. Die drei sind in dem als Tafelrunde bekannten aquarellierten Gruppenbild von Kraus von 1795 dargestellt. Besonders die Töchter sollen es unter anderem dem Herzog angetan haben. Auch Friedrich Schiller nannte eine Tochter Emilie (GSA. Schiller X, 26). Beide Gore-Töchter waren künstlerisch wohl begabter als ihr Vater.
Nach seinem Tode 1807 wurde Charles Gore neben seiner früher verstorbenen Tochter im Kassengewölbe auf dem Jakobskirchhof in Weimar beerdigt. Nach Schließung des Gewölbes 1818 wurden die Gebeine 1820 in die Hofkirche überführt Bogner Skijacke Damen 2016. Der Sarkophag befindet sich an der Stirnseite im linken Seitenschiff und ist verziert mit einem Kompass, einem Globus, einer Bibel, Malerpalette mit Pinsel und Buch oder Malermappe, alles von einem Palmwedel überdacht.
Neben den künstlerischen Ambitionen, er war seit 1781 Mitglied der Society of Dilettanti, interessierte ihn auch der Schiffbau. 1799 erschien dazu seine einzige Publikation. Außerdem war er Mitglied in der Society for Improvement of Naval Architecture.
Sein Nachlass lässt sich heute in den künstlerischen und den bibliophilen Bereich teilen. So sind über 1800 Bücher in die Bestände der herzoglichen Bibliothek gelangt (Signatur GSA 150/B 44). Für seine Bibliothek lassen sich Titel zum Militär, zur Schiffbautheorie und Reiseliteratur nachweisen. Für die graphischen Arbeiten ist bis heute kein endgültiger Überblick zu erlangen. Sehr viele Zeichnungen und Skizzen sind in vielen Kunstsammlungen und bei Auktionshäusern vorhanden. Die beiden wichtigsten Sammlungen sind die Graphische Sammlung des Goethe-Nationalmuseums der Klassik Stiftung Weimar und das National Maritime Museum Greenwich. Dabei sind in Weimar vier monumentale Mappenwerke und eine größere Anzahl einzelner Zeichnungen vorhanden. Seine Arbeiten zeigen überwiegend Küstenansichten, Stationen seiner Reisen und Schiffsdarstellungen.
Ein besonderes Problem bei seinen künstlerischen Arbeiten ist die Frage der Autorenschaft. In seinem Werk sind Kopien aus publizierten Tafelwerken, von Zeichnungen seiner Zeitgenossen, z. B. Hackert, vorhanden. Diese sind oft auch als solche gekennzeichnet. Anders bei den Zeichnungen von Vater und Sohn Willem van de Velde. Hier reicht die Palette von original belassenen Zeichnungen, über mehr oder weniger starken Überarbeitungen bis zu Nachahmungen und Kopien einschließlich gefälschter Signatur.

Antonino Arconte

Antonino Arconte (born February 1954) is an Italian writer and former secret agent.

Born in Oristano Sardinia, Italy, in February 1954, from a family of military career 2016 Puma fotbollsskor på nätet, at the age of sixteen years, he enlisted as sottufficiale (non-commissioned officer) in the Italian Army. In 1970, he attended the 14th course of the Scuola Allievi sottufficiali of Viterbo. In September of the same year, during the course, he was selected together with the other pupils to be part of the new Intelligence Service, SID Service Information Defense, the Italian secret service with military structure, which had begun in 1965 and commanded that year by general Vito Miceli, codename Ulisse. These had been instructed by Aldo Moro to organize the Italian secret paramilitary structure type “stay-behind” with the codename “Operation Gladio” and integrated with other similar organizations in other countries of NATO 2016 billig Adidas fotboll jacka utlopp. Arconte was inserted in the Nucleus G of “Gladio of Centurians”, the military part of the Gladio Organization and one of 12 branches in which had been divided for the SID and transit in the Navy.
In 1997 was published a website titled “The Real History of Gladio” and began a campaign of disclosure of the documents about the Gladio Organization which had remained in his possession in response to an attack on his life that declared to the press to have suffered in February 1993. In July 26, 1998 2016 billig Adidas fotboll jacka utlopp, shall issue an interview in New York with journalist Stefano Vaccara in America Oggi, an Italian-language newspaper distributed in the U.S 2016 Puma fotbollsskor på nätet. The interview, published in two parts about nine pages, contains revelations on the structure of the Gladio Organization and shows in the light of operational experience of gladiator Arconte, known by the code name G-71, an overview of many obscure, Italian and international episodes during the cold war. The revelations note the involvement of the military prosecutor and civil of Rome that opens the judicial proceedings against Arconte, from which he will be acquitted and part offended by “unknown”. At the same time, is interested in the case the national and international press and revelations become the object of parliamentary question. In December 2001 publishes his autobiography “L’Ultima Missione – The Last Mission. G-71 and the truth denied”, which summarizes the revelations and the judicial cases connected and illustrates the operations from secret agent to which the Arconte claims and documents to have participated.

Robert MacAndrew

Robert MacAndrew (* 22. März 1802 in Wandsworth; † 22. Mai 1873 in Isleworth) war ein britischer Kaufmann und Naturforscher, der sich mit Weichtieren beschäftigte.

Robert MacAndrew war einer von acht Söhnen des aus der schottischen Stadt Elgin stammen William McAndrew, der sich in um 1770 in London niedergelassen hatte. Kurz nach dem Ende seiner Ausbildung in Fulham starb 1821 sein Vater und er führte gemeinsam mit seinem Bruder William Peter die Geschäfte der Firma William McAndrew & Sons in London and Liverpool als Obstimporteure fort Bogner Skijacke Damen 2016. Acht Jahre später, nach dem Tod seines Bruders, zog MacAndrew nach Liverpool. Dort heiratete er 1829 seine Cousine Eliza, eine Tochter von James MacAndrew, mit der er elf Kinder hatte.
1834 trat MacAndrew der Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool bei, während derer Treffen er anderen Naturforschern begegnete. Etwa um 1834 herum begann MacAndrew in seiner Freizeit Muscheln zu sammeln. Seine häufigen Geschäftsreisen nach Spanien führten zu einer schnell anwachsende Sammlung von Muscheln. Bestrebt seine Sammlung um bisher unbekannte Muscheln begann MacAndrew mit dem Einsatz einer Dredsche. Anfangs benutzte er offenes Boot, später dann ein kleines Segelschiff. MacAndrew lernte Edward Forbes Discount Nike Trikots online 2016, einen der Mitbegründer der Tiefseeforschung, entweder 1837 beim Treffen der British Association for the Advancement of Science in Liverpool kennen

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, oder als Forbes drei Jahre später eine Vortragsserie in Liverpool hielt. Durch ihn lernte er andere „Dredger“ kennen, die für die British Association for the Advancement of Science tätig waren und mit denen er von 1842 an zusammenarbeitete. Im April 1842 hatte er dazu den Segelkutter Osprey (45 Tonnen) erworben. Mit ihm und der vierköpfigen Besatzung erforschte er die britischen Meere, insbesondere den Meeresboden an den Küsten und Inseln von Schottland. Dabei förderte er zahlreiche neue Arten zu Tage.
1844 wurde MacAndrew Mitglied des 1839 gegründeten British Association Dredging Committee. Am 6. April 1847 nahm ihn die Linnean Society of London als Mitglied auf. Da die Osprey für ausgedehntere Touren zu klein war, verkaufte er diese im Herbst 1848 und erwarb den Segelkutter Naiad (70 Tonnen). Mit ihm unternahm MacAndrew 1849 eine fünfmonatige Kreuzfahrt die ihn nach Spanien, Portugal, Malta und Süditalien führte. Zwei Jahre später segelte er um Schottland und dredschte 1850 während einer dreiwöchigen Exkursion mit Forbes und John Goodsir (1814–1867) vor den Hebriden. 1855 unternahm MacAndrew eine Tour um die Shetlandinseln, die ihn bis zur norwegischen Küste fährte. Seine Dresche konnte MacAndrew bis zu einer Wassertiefe von etwa 200 Faden einsetzten. Im 1856 verkaufte er die Naiad. Die Ergebnisse seiner Unternehmungen veröffentlichte er regelmäßig in den Proceedings of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool und den Annals And Magazine of Natural History.
Am 2. Juni 1853 wurde MacAndrew, unter anderem auf Vorschlag von Forbes als Mitglied in die Royal Society aufgenommen. Von 1856 bis 1857 war er Präsident der Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool. 1858 wurde MacAndrew Vorsitzender des neu gegründeten General Dredging Committee, dem er auch in den folgenden zwei Jahren vorstand, bis er 1861 durch John Gwyn Jeffreys (1809–1885) abgelöst wurde.
1867 zog sich MacAndrew aus dem Geschäftsleben zurück. Von ihm gehegte Pläne mit einer Dampfyacht weitere Dredgefahrten zu unternehmen konnte er nicht realisieren. 1869 engagierte er jedoch zwei junge Naturforscher mit denen er sich nach Sues begab. Mit Hilfe eines Dragoman mietete er drei große offene Boote und dredschte auf dem Golf von Sues in südliche Richtung. Die wissenschaftlichen Ergebnisse dieser Fahrt veröffentlichte er im Report on the Testaceous Mollusca… Dafür erhielt er 1872 gemeinsam mit Arturo Issel (1842–1922), der für seine Schrift Malacologia del Mar Rosso. Ricerche zoologiche e paleontologiche (1869) geehrt wurde, den Prix Savigny der Académie des sciences. Seine aus über 200.000 Exemplaren bestehende Muschelsammlung befindet sich heute im Cambridge University Museum of Zoology.
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Brock Berlin

Brock Sterling Berlin (born July 4, 1981) is an American former college and professional football player who was a quarterback in the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for the University of Florida and the University of Miami. Berlin was signed by the Miami Dolphins of the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 2005, and was also been a member of the Dallas Cowboys, St. Louis Rams and Detroit Lions.

Berlin was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, and attended Evangel Christian Academy in Shreveport. After quarterbacking Evangel Christian to three consecutive Louisiana state high school football championships, Berlin was one of the most hyped football recruits in history. He was recognized as a Parade All-American, and won numerous personal honors, including being named Gatorade National Player of the Year and USA Today National Offensive Player of the Year.
After a long recruiting battle for his services, Berlin chose to accept an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Florida, where he played for coach Steve Spurrier’s Florida Gators football team during the 2000 and 2001 seasons. His career as a Florida Gator never panned out, though, as he found himself stuck behind classmate Rex Grossman on the team’s depth chart. Given the chance to start the 2002 Orange Bowl because Grossman was benched for violating curfew, Berlin performed adequately. He engineered two scores out of six drives in the first 24 minutes, including one touchdown pass and two interceptions. Grossman came in late in the first half and played a brilliant game

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, solidifying his status as the Gators’ starting quarterback for the following season. Berlin played in twelve games for the Gators over two seasons, throwing for 849 yards, 12 touchdowns, and 4 interceptions while completing 64 of 106 passes (60 Fabric Shaver.4%).
After the 2001 season, Berlin transferred to the University of Miami, where he would have the opportunity to play for the defending national champion Miami Hurricanes. As required by NCAA transfer regulations, Berlin sat out the 2002 season, which he spent running Miami’s scout team.
After incumbent quarterback Ken Dorsey’s graduation, Berlin took over the starting job for the 2003 season. Berlin’s first season was marked by the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. In his first home game as a Miami Hurricane, Berlin squared off against his old team, the Florida Gators. The ‘Canes fell behind 33-10 in the third quarter and Berlin began to hear boos from the crowd as it appeared Miami’s then-33 game regular season winning streak was about to end

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. Berlin, though, caught fire as the team switched to a shotgun offense and rallied Miami to 28 unanswered points. The 38-33 victory was the greatest comeback in Miami history. He also stoked the fires of the Florida–Miami rivalry by mocking his former team and fans during and after the game. Several weeks later, Berlin again showed his mettle in leading Miami to a 22–14 rain soaked victory at rival Florida State. However, Berlin struggled in a 31–7 November 1 loss to the Virginia Tech Hokies, as Miami’s regular season winning streak was snapped at 39 games. Berlin and the Miami offense again struggled the next week as a hungover Hurricane squad lost 10-6 to Tennessee at home. Berlin, under intense criticism by the media and fans, was benched by head coach Larry Coker for Miami’s next game against Syracuse. After Miami’s offense, now quarterbacked by Derrick Crudup, again struggled in the 17-10 homecoming win against Syracuse, Coker switched back to Berlin. Miami would win the Big East Conference, defeat Florida State (for the second time that season) in the FedEx Orange Bowl, and finish the season at 11–2 and ranked No. 5 in both polls. Despite showing poise and strong leadership skills, Berlin’s numbers for the 2003 season (2,419 yards, 12 touchdowns, and 17 interceptions) were unimpressive, and Coker opened up competition for the quarterback job in the spring.
Despite some fans clamoring for highly touted redshirt freshman Kyle Wright to be given the job, Berlin, now a senior, showed considerable progress during spring practice and won the starting job decisively.
Berlin played much better during the 2004 season and added yet another historic comeback to his résumé when he led Miami to a 41–38 win over Louisville in which Miami rallied from a 17-point deficit in the final 20 minutes of the game. The ‘Canes would rise as high as No. 4 in the rankings before late season losses to ACC foes North Carolina, Clemson, and Virginia Tech knocked Miami out of national and conference championship contention. One highlight came against Wake Forest in the next-to-last regular season game of the year when Berlin tied a school record with 5 touchdown passes. After an 8–3 regular season, Miami was invited to play in the Peach Bowl, where Berlin once again faced his former team, the Florida Gators. Again, Berlin enjoyed success against his former school as Miami won 27–10, finishing the season 9–3 and ranked No. 11 in both polls.
Berlin finished the season with impressive numbers, throwing for 2,680 yards and 22 touchdowns with only 6 interceptions. Berlin was also named All-ACC (Second Team), and finished second in both ACC Player of the Year and ACC Offensive Player of the Year voting behind Virginia Tech quarterback Bryan Randall.
Berlin threw for 5,099 yards and 34 touchdowns during his Miami career and finished with a 19–5 record as the team’s starting quarterback. He is remembered for his toughness and leadership and for going a combined 5–0 against Miami’s arch rivals, Florida (2–0) and Florida State (3-0).
He earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology.
Berlin went undrafted in the 2005 NFL Draft, but was soon signed to a free agent contract by the Miami Dolphins. He served as a backup quarterback for the Dolphins during training camp, although he was not a member of the team’s active regular season roster. During the offseason, Berlin was allocated by the Dolphins to NFL Europe to the Hamburg Sea Devils.
He played sparingly in the Dolphins’ pre-season games in 2006 nike soccer jerseys 2016 Shop, completing six of 12 passes for 104 yards and a touchdown, but was cut by the team on August 30, 2006.
On April 25, 2007, he signed with the Dallas Cowboys to compete to be their 3rd string quarterback. On May 10, 2007 the Cowboys released him.
On May 17, 2007 the St. Louis Rams signed Berlin to a contract. Berlin started his first NFL regular-season game on December 9, 2007 against the Cincinnati Bengals. He was 17/27 for 153 yards and an interception.
In 2008, Berlin served as the Rams inactive third quarterback for 15 games, he only saw action in game against Chicago Bears. He was released on September 5, 2009.
Berlin was signed to the Detroit Lions practice squad on September 7, 2009. He was released on September 23.
Berlin is married to wife Amy; the couple has one daughter, Gracie.
Florida Gators quarterbacks are listed in the order of their first appearance as a starter. Overlapping years indicate seasons when more than one player started at quarterback.