Internierungslager Sittmannshof

Im Meierhof „Sittmannshof“ bei Loibes im niederösterreichischen Waldviertel befand sich zwischen 1915 und 1916 das Internierungslager Sittmannshof für Staatsbürger aus mit Österreich-Ungarn im Krieg befindlichen Staaten.
In einem dem Grafen van der Straten gehörenden Meierhof zwischen Karlstein an der Thaya und Groß-Siegharts, der vermutlich seit Kriegsbeginn nicht mehr bewirtschaftet wurde, richtete die Bezirkshauptmannschaft Waidhofen an der Thaya ab dem 21. Juni 1915 ein Internierungslager ein.
Alexander Ritter Bosizio von Thurnberg und Jungenegg quartierte hier ungefähr 100 Personen ein, die dem Pächter des Meierhofs und den Besitzern der umliegenden Äcker für landwirtschaftliche Arbeiten zur Verfügung standen.
Aufsicht über die Verwendung der Internierten hatte der Staatstierarzt Doktor Kurzweil, Verwalter des Lagers war der Bürgermeister von Loibes Anton Schild. Dieser war auch für die Verwahrung der Gelder der Internierten verantwortlich. Zusätzlich war hier auch ein Arbeitsinspektor stationiert

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Anfang August 1915 stammte der Großteil der 115 hier Internierten aus Italien. Etwa 30 Personen arbeiteten hier auf dem Meierhof selbst nike soccer Ausrüstungen Online-Shop 2016, der Rest war auf andere Bauernhöfe verteilt.
Im Verlauf des Jahres 1915 wurde eine zusätzliche Baracke errichtet, um eventuell auftretenden Infektionskrankheiten behandeln zu können.
Im November 1915 nahm das Internierungslager Sittmannshof die Internierten des aufgelösten Internierungslagers Steinklamm in Evidenz, womit der offizielle Personalstand von 115 auf über 4.000 stieg. Italienische Internierte, die ins Internierungslager Katzenau verlegt werden sollten, wurden ebenfalls hier in Evidenz genommen.
Aufgrund der sinkenden Zahl an Internierten im Bereich der Bezirkshauptmannschaft Waidhofen an der Thaya beschloss der Bezirkshauptmann, das Lager Sittmannshof mit 31. Mai 1916 zu schließen. Noch hier befindliche Internierte wurden ins Internierungslager Drosendorf verlegt beziehungsweise in dessen Evidenz übernommen.
Im Juli 1916 meldete der Bezirkshauptmann Bosizio an die Statthalterei, das Lager mit Bauernfamilien und Kühen aus dem Flüchtlingslager Gmünd belegen zu wollen. Anlass für diesen Plan war der ständige Mangel an Milch für die rund 400 Kindern in den Internierungslagern im Zuständigkeitsbereich der Bezirkshauptmannschaft Waidhofen an der Thaya.
Am 15. Juli erfolgte die Neueröffnung bogner fire and ice, Ende September 1916 kamen 40 Kühe aus dem Flüchtlingslager Gmünd. Die im Verhältnis zum Ertrag zu hohen Kosten der Milchproduktion bewogen die Bezirkshauptmannschaft allerdings dazu, das Unternehmen zu beenden und den Meierhof am 15. Oktober 1916 zu schließen und die Kühe nach Gmünd zurückzuschicken.
Die Grundstücke des Meierhofs wurden von der Verwaltung des Barackenlagers Gmünd übernommen, um sie durch hier angesiedelte Flüchtlingsfamilien bewirtschaften zu lassen.
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Sol Hoopii

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Sol Hoopii ou Sol Hoʻopiʻi (Solomon Hoʻopiʻi Kaʻaiʻai à l’état civil), né en 1902 à Honolulu et mort le 16 novembre 1953 à Seattle, est un guitariste hawaïen. Il est reconnu comme un des premiers musiciens à avoir joué sur une guitare amplifiée électriquement 2016 chaussure de foot. Il est également considéré comme le plus grand joueur de lap steel guitar de tous les temps.

21e enfant de sa famille 2016 pas cher soccer jerseys, il fait ses débuts dans l’orchestre de Johnny Noble à l’âge de 17 ans.
Il émigre vers Los Angeles en 1924 et se fait connaître par les musiciens de jazz bogner ski wear.
Il est édité de 1933 à 1938, pour son groupe Novelty Trio (qui devient ensuite) Novelty Quartette puis Novelty Five sur les labels Decca Records et Brunswick Records

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Il utilise dès les années 1930 une steel guitare électrique inspirée de l’invention de Joseph Kekuku, la Hawaiian steel guitar vers 1889.
Musicien connu et reconnu, il rend son dernier souffle en novembre 1953 et aura laissé une empreinte indéniable dans la musique du XXe siècle.

Quo Vadis (novel)

Quo Vadis: A Narrative of the Time of Nero, commonly known as Quo Vadis, is a historical novel written by Henryk Sienkiewicz in Polish. “Quo vadis Domine” is Latin for “Where are you going, Lord?” and alludes to the apocryphal Acts of Peter, in which Peter flees Rome but on his way meets Jesus and asks him why he is going to Rome. Jesus says, “I am going back to be crucified again”, which makes Peter go back to Rome and accept martyrdom robes ted baker.
The novel Quo Vadis tells of a love that develops between a young Christian woman, Ligia (or Lygia), and Marcus Vinicius, a Roman patrician. It takes place in the city of Rome under the rule of emperor Nero, circa AD 64.
Sienkiewicz studied the Roman Empire extensively prior to writing the novel, with the aim of getting historical details correct. Consequently, several historical figures appear in the book chaussures jimmy choo. As a whole, the novel carries an outspoken pro-Christian message.[citation needed]
Published in installments in three Polish dailies in 1895, it came out in book form in 1896 and has since been translated into more than 50 languages. This novel contributed to Sienkiewicz’s Nobel Prize for literature in 1905.[citation needed]
Several movies have been based on Quo Vadis including two Italian silent films—Quo Vadis (1912 film) and Quo Vadis (1924 film)—, a Hollywood production—Quo Vadis (1951 film)—and an adaptation by Jerzy Kawalerowicz: Quo Vadis (2001 film).

Sienkiewicz alludes to several historical events and merges them in his novel, but some of them are of doubtful authenticity canada goose.
1896 was also the year that playwright-actor-manager Wilson Barrett produced his successful play The Sign of the Cross. Although Barrett never acknowledged it, several elements in the play strongly resemble those in Quo Vadis. In both, a Roman soldier named Marcus falls in love with a Christian woman and wishes to “possess” her. (In the novel, her name is Ligia, in the play she is Mercia.) Nero red wing shoes online, Tigellinus and Poppea are major characters in both the play and novel, and in both, Poppea lusts after Marcus. Petronius, however, does not appear in The Sign of the Cross, and the ending of the play diverges from that of Quo Vadis.
A successful stage version of the novel by Stanislaus Stange was produced in 1900. Film versions of the novel were produced in 1901, 1912 and 1924. A 1951 version directed by Mervyn LeRoy was nominated for eight Academy Awards. The novel was also the basis for a 1985 mini-series starring Klaus Maria Brandauer as Nero and a 2001 Polish mini-series directed by Jerzy Kawalerowicz. It was also comically satirized as the quintessential school play gone horribly awry in “Shivering Shakespeare”, a 1930 Little Rascals short by Hal Roach.
Jean Nouguès composed an opera based on the novel, to a libretto by Henri Caïn; it was premiered in 1909. Feliks Nowowiejski composed an oratorio based on the novel, performed for the first time in 1907, and then his most popular work.
Following the success of the film Quo Vadis, Ursus was used as a superhuman Roman-era character who became the protagonist in a series of Italian adventure films made in the early 1960s.
When the “Hercules” film craze hit in 1959, Italian filmmakers were looking for other muscleman characters similar to Hercules whom they could exploit, resulting in the 9-film Ursus series listed below. Ursus was referred to as a “Son of Hercules” in two of the films when they were dubbed in English (in an attempt to cash in on the then-popular “Hercules” craze), although in the original Italian films, Ursus had no connection to Hercules whatsoever. In the English-dubbed version of one Ursus film (retitled Hercules, Prisoner of Evil), Ursus was actually referred to throughout the entire film as “Hercules”.
There were a total of 9 Italian films that featured Ursus as the main character, listed below as follows: Italian title/ English translation of the Italian title (American release title);
In Rome (Italy), in the small church of “Domine Quo Vadis”, there is a bronze bust of Henryk Sienkiewicz. It is said that Sienkiewicz was inspired to write his novel Quo Vadis while sitting in this church.

Tommy Wright (footballer, born 1963)

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Thomas “Tommy” Wright (born 29 August 1963 in Belfast) is a former football goalkeeper and current manager of St Johnstone. He has cases os beastiality filed against him and is close friends with Marvin fae the scheme.
Wright represented Northern Ireland 31 times as a player. At club level he played for Grange Rangers, Linfield, Newcastle United, Hull City, Nottingham Forest, Reading, Manchester City, Wrexham and Bolton Wanderers. Since retiring as a player he has worked as a coach or manager for Limavady United, Ballymena United, Shamrock Rovers and St Johnstone.

Wright entered English football with Newcastle United in 1988 and had a spell as first choice goalkeeper. After losing his place to Pavel Srnicek he eventually moved to Nottingham Forest where he went straight into the starting line-up, however after an injury absence he failed to regain his place from Mark Crossley. He also saw relatively little first team action in later spells at Manchester City and a number of loan clubs.
Wright won 31 caps for Northern Ireland in a ten-year period from 1989 to 1999. The high point of his Northern Ireland career was his performance in Nuremberg in 1996, as Northern Ireland earned a 1–1 draw against reigning European champions, Germany, in a 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification match. Wright had not played an international match in over two years prior to that point and had just returned to club action, on loan at Reading, after a prolonged injury absence.
Wright was first a goalkeeping coach for Norwich City but left when Glenn Roeder resigned jimmy choo shoes outlet. He was then appointed Youth Development Officer at Ballyclare Comrades. In November 2003 he made his first move into management at Limavady United and stayed for a couple of years. Wright was then appointed manager of Ballymena United and reached the County Antrim Shield against Linfield at Seaview. Wright resigned at the end of the 2007–08 season.
He was a full-time goalkeeping coach at Shamrock Rovers for the 2009 League of Ireland season under his former team mate Michael O’Neill. In September 2009 he was appointed manager of Lisburn Distillery. His first game was against his former club Ballymena United, which Lisburn won by a single goal.
Wright left Distillery in November 2011 to become assistant manager of Scottish Premier League club St Johnstone.
After Steve Lomas left the Perth club to manage Millwall in June 2013, Wright was promoted to manager. Wright’s first game in charge was a UEFA Europa League tie in Norway against Rosenborg chanel tassen. St Johnstone won 1–0, their first-ever away victory in European competition. The second leg ended in a 1–1 draw, putting St Johnstone through 2–1 on aggregate, and through to the third round of the qualifying stages for the first time. Despite winning 1-0 win against Minsk in the first leg of the next round, they went on to lose on penalties. After the match, Wright criticised Minsk, believing they lacked class in victory. After winning two games and drawing once in October, Wright won the Scottish Premiership Manager of the Month award chaussures giuseppe zanotti.
In March 2014, Wright was involved in a touchline incident with Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara. This resulted a one-match ban for Wright. A few days later, Wright was taken to hospital after suffering stomach pains. Despite being in the hospital, Wright was still involved in the squad selection ahead of a match against Hibernian. The operation was a success, and Wright made his return in a match against Partick Thistle.
After Wright led the club to a top-six position in the Premiership, he guided them to their first Scottish Cup Final after a 2-1 win over Aberdeen. They were victorious in the May 17 Final meeting with Dundee United at Celtic Park. It was St Johnstone’s first major trophy win. Wright signed a new contract with St Johnstone in August 2014. He signed another contract with St Johnstone in October 2015, soon after the club had rejected an approach from Dundee United for Wright.

Hip-hop feminism

Hip-hop feminism is loosely defined as young feminists born after 1964 who approach the political community with a mixture of feminist and hip-hop sensibilities. It shares many similarities with black feminism and third wave feminism, but is a distinct self-identification that carries its own weight and creates its own political spaces. Throughout Third-wave feminism, many constructs were destabilized, including the notions of “universal womanhood,” body, gender, sexuality, and heteronormativity.
Hip-hop feminism was created by feminists who felt that black feminism was not equipped to consider the issues of women belonging to the hip-hop generation. The term Hip Hop Feminism was coined by the provocative cultural critic Joan Morgan in 1999 when she published the book “When Chickenheads Come Home to Roost: A Hip Hop Feminist Breaks it Down.”
Hip hop feminism is based in a tradition of black feminism, which emphasizes that the personal is political because our race, class, gender, and sexuality determine how we are treated. An important idea that came out of early black feminism is that of intersectionality, which T. Hasan Johnson describes in his book You Must Learn! A Primer in the Study of Hip Hop Culture as “a term that argues that race, gender, sexuality, and class are interlinked and used to shape hierarchical relationships in American society”. Hip hop feminism is a different kind of feminism than “traditional” feminism; it is a way of thinking and living that is grounded in different lived experiences than the “traditional” feminism of the Women’s Liberation Movement, which was a mostly white movement and was more interested in advancing women’s rights than civil rights. The Hip-Hop feminism movement gained traction primarily because there was no avenue for young black women. As human rights activist, Shani Jamila states in her book, Can I Get a Witness, “As women of the hip-hop generation we need a feminist consciousness that allows us to examine how representations and images can be simultaneously empowering and problematic.” Many female rappers, such as Queen Latifah, embody and convey feminism, yet she does not identify as a feminist because “it is considered too white, too middle class, and too hostile to black men. Some writers locate Latifah’s story in “Third Wave” feminism, as representing a race-conscious, sexually open feminism that rejects Second Wave white feminist elitism and racism, and also black sexism and homophobia”. The Second wave of feminism unfolded in the context of the anti-war and civil rights movements due to the growing self-consciousness of minority groups around the world.As many women and men involved in hip hop culture are not white, they will have a different way of viewing the world; a desire for intersectional change in the spheres of how both women and non-white people are treated in America.
In the book Hip Hop’s Inheritance: From the Harlem Renaissance to the Hip Hop Feminist Movement Reiland Rabaka explains, “women in the hip hop generation have consistently deconstructed and reconstructed feminism and womanism to speak to the special needs of their life-worlds and life-struggles, their unique lived-experiences and lived-endurances. In the process they have produced an unprecedented form of feminism—a “functional feminism,” according to Morgan (1999), that is ‘committed to “keeping it real”’ with respect to the critique of interlocking and overlapping nature of sexism, racism, and capitalism in the lives of black and other nonwhite women’ (pp. 61–62). Seeming to simultaneously embrace and reject the fundamentals of feminism, the women of the hip hop generation, like the hip hop generation in general goedkope truien, have blurred the lines between the ‘personal’ and the ‘political’ by critically dialoguing with a culture that commonly renders them invisible or grossly misrepresents them when and where they are visible”.
Later in the chapter, Rabaka explains the connection between media, hip hop, feminism, and intersectionality: “Hip hop feminists critically comprehend that mass media interpretations of hip hop, as well as the mass media’s widely disseminated distorted stories about hip hop, are actually part and parcel of the ongoing social construction and maintenance of race, gender, class, sexuality, nationality, and other identities. All of this is to say, hip hop feminism is much more than feminism, and it focuses on more than feminist issues, misogyny, and patriarchy. Hip hop feminists use hip hop culture as one of their primary points of departure to highlight serious social issues and the need for political activism aimed at racism, sexism, capitalism, and heterosexism as overlapping and interlocking systems of oppression […] hip hop feminists are simultaneously expanding the range and uses of intersectional theory and complicating what it means to be both a hip hopper and a feminist”.

In “Using [Living Hip-Hop] Feminism: Redefining an Answer (to) Rap longchamp bags outlet,” Aisha Durham defines hip-hop feminism as “a socio-cultural, intellectual and political movement grounded in the situated knowledge of women of color from the post civil rights generation who recognize culture as a pivotal site for political intervention to challenge, resist, and mobilize collectives to dismantle systems of exploitation.”
She goes on to further expand on hip-hop feminism as a distinct movement aimed at examining and engaging with the effect culture has on shaping black female identity, sexuality, and feminisms.
According to Durham, hip-hop feminism “acknowledges the way black womanhood is policed in popular culture . . .” and “recognize culture as a space for feminist intervention—especially when we do not wield power in traditional politics.”
Hip-hop feminism is different from traditional feminism, according to Julian Sonny’s article How Feminism in Hip-Hop Could Bring Real Chances To A Sexist Industry, because the gender equality goals that artists attempt to achieve is on a more cultural level to make space in a scene where they may be rejected from and objectified against.
“Hip-hop feminism is not a novelty act surfing atop the third wave of difference in the academy. It is not a pinup for postfeminism put forth by duped daughters who dig misogynistic rap music and the girl-power pussy politic of empowerment. Hip-hop gains its popularity from its oppositionality and from its complicity in reproducing dominant representations of black womanhood.”
Hip-hop feminism acknowledges the problematic, misogynist nature of culture and its formative effects on women (especially young black women) and empowers them by enabling participation, response, and owning self-identification.
“For some, the term “hip-hop feminism” offers up quite the enigma. Critics position misogyny as hip-hop’s cardinal sin, which raises the obvious question: How do women actively participate in a culture that seems to hate them so vehemently? For self-described hip-hop feminists, attempting to answer that question is not their only task, since understanding what hip-hop feminism is and isn’t goes far beyond responding to women-bashing sentiment.”
Hip-hop feminism can be influential towards social change. Trevor B. Lindsey in his scholarly article Let Me Blow Your Mind: Hip Hop Feminist Futures in Theory and Praxis, demonstrates that Hip-hop feminism can be used as an explanation for social justice and as a practice in education because it covers a broad spectrum of minorities and their lived experiences which can combat the conception of hip-hop being for Blacks and males.
The mediums for initiating social change are growing, and hip hop is one of those mediums. Rabaka observes that “the majority of hip hop feminist mobilization at the present moment seems to emerge from cyber-social networks, mass media, and popular culture, rather than nationally networked women’s organizations based in government, academic, or male-dominated leftist bureaucracies”; as a result, music videos, which appeal to popular culture, can be disseminated as mass media through cyber-social networks, making them a perfect platform for motivating change. Abiola Abrams, an author and inspirational speaker who has appeared on BET and MTV represents a more mainstream voice in hip hop feminism. Her hip hop feminist play “Goddess City” produced at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and 2007 debut novel Dare, a love story retelling of Faust set in the hip hop world, are key works fusing hip hop culture with women’s empowerment.
T. Hasan Johnson believes hip hop can work as an intersectional platform: “Hip-Hop can be the site whereby such meditations and re-evaluations can occur, offering participants the opportunity to re-imagine masculinities and femininities in a multitude of ways to suit a variety of contexts”. Rabaka explains out the way in which creative mediums such as hip hop can be used to wreck the interlocking systems of oppression in America: “The point is to offer the women of the hip hop generation feminist and womanist alternatives to the patriarchal (mis)representations of womanhood spewing out of the US. culture industries. As Gwendolyn Pough (2004) pointed out, because hip hop’s sexism is so prevalent, and because there is only so long that the women of the hip hop generation can embrace either the super-strong black woman or video vixen identities, hip hop feminists have “found ways to deal with these issues within the larger public sphere and the counter-public sphere of hip hop by bringing wreck to stereotyped images through their continued use of expressive culture’”. Whether they meant to or not, “the women of the hip hop generation have created a body of work that offers up feminist or womanist answers to many of the hip hop generation’s most urgent interpersonal, cultural, social, and political issues” and “recent feminist scholarship suggests that in its own controversial and/or contradictory way the hip-hop feminist movement may very well be the most politically polyvocal and socially visible manifestation of the ongoing evolution of the Women’s Liberation movement prevalent in contemporary US society”.
Imani Perry references Cade Bambara who “asks us to consider the use of metaphors, themes ted baker online, and other ritualized structures to create meaning in American film” Free People Dress Lace. She quotes, There is the conventional cinema that masks its ideological imperatives as entertainment and normalizes the hegemony with the term “convention,” that is to say the cinematic practices — of editing, particular uses of narrative structure, the development of genres, the language of spatial relationships, particular performatory styles of acting — are called conventions because they are represented somehow to be transcendent or universal, when in fact these practices are based on a history of imperialism and violence.
Perry notes that “when it comes to feminist messages, often the words and language of a hip hop song may have feminist content, but the visual image may be implicated in the subjugation of black women” and points out “the tensions between text and visual image in women’s hip hop”. Hip Hop feminism and the objectification of the black female body in music videos has also become a subject of visual art, exemplified in artist Michelle Marie Charles’s 2012 video Explicit and Deleted, which was included in the 2013 exhibition at the Cue Art Foundation Goddess Clap Back: Hip Hop Feminism in Art, curated by Katie Cercone and featuring artists such as Damali Abrams, Kalup Linzy, Narcissister, Rashaad Newsome, Noelle Lorraine Williams and Hank Willis Thomas.
Callia Hargrove in “What Hip-Hop Taught Me About Feminism” references how hip-hop feminist icon Nicki Minaj empowers her audience by being herself without restraint. She cites her music video “Anaconda.” Nicki Minaj states in response to the video, “I wanted to create a song that embraced curvy women. I wanted to be sexual but be playful with it”(qtd. in Hargrove).
However, there are some opportunities for women to resist a Hip-Hop video culture that simply fetishizes their bodies and limit them to what Rana A. Emerson calls a “One-Dimensional Womanhood”. This resistance became extremely prevalent in the 1990s with artists like Erykah Badu, Missy Elliott, and Lauryn Hill. Rather than conforming to this hyper-sexualized, and powerless image these women used their music videos to challenge these heteronormative and patriarchal motifs, by asserting their independence and strength.

Noble High School (Maine)

Noble High School is a public high school in North Berwick, Maine serving students in grades 8-12 from the towns of Berwick, North Berwick, and Lebanon. NOBLE is an acronym for the three towns that NHS serves (NOrth Berwick, Berwick, and LEbanon). Noble High School is a member of the Coalition of Essential Schools.

Noble High school was designed to promote small learning communities. NHS is organized so that the school is divided into two unique schools, or academies. Each academy has three teams, and each academy serves grades 8-12. Each academy is identical in structure and core classes offered. The two academies are structured in the following way:
To graduate from Noble High School, students are required to 24.5 credits in the following subject areas: Math (5); English (5); Science (4); Social Studies (3), Fine Arts (1); Physical Education (1); Health (1); and Other Electives (4.5). Students must also complete 60 hours of community service. At the end of each year, students must complete an end of year exhibition. Freshmen participate in the Round Table, Sophomores participate in the Gateway, Juniors participate in the Pathway, and Seniors complete a Senior Project. At Noble High School, a failing grade is 74% or lower.
Noble offers many classes to students. French, Spanish, Chinese and Latin are offered as world languages. 15 AP Classes are offered: AP Language and Composition

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From 1969-2001, Noble High School was located at what is presently Noble Middle School. For the 32 years that NHS was located at this site, the school served the three towns. This site was suitable for a period, but as populations increased within the towns, NHS became very overcrowded. The school was designed for about 550 students, but by 1995 there were over 900 students in the school. As well as overcrowding issues, the facility was very outdated, and did not accommodate the needs of the school. Due to the surrounding area, there was also a need for community facility to serve the rural towns in the district. Pam Fisher, former NHS principal was very involved in the process of creating a new school. A committee of community members was created to plan for the new school. The design of the school was highly influenced by the Principles of MSAD 60, and the Coalition of Essential Schools. The school opened in 2001.
Noble High School was designed not only as a school, but a community hub, for the three rural towns it serves. Within the walls of the facility, there are many opportunities for community events to proliferate. The 1000 seat Hussey Theatre, which has been used for theatrical productions, town meetings, and other events that require the use of the theatre. The School also has a 50-seat restaurant, named the Round Table. This functions as a part of the regional vocational program, where students learn to cook, and operate a restaurant open to the community. Noble also has an early childhood education center that serves eight surrounding towns. The center is also part of the vocational program, and students learn about the fundamentals of childhood education. NHS is also home to Noble Adult & Community Education. Other facilities such as the library/media center, fitness facility, 2 gymnasiums, and a lecture hall are all available to be used by the community.
Noble High School has won many awards for the architecture of the building. NHS has received 13 awards for the design and functionality of the building

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Noble has won numerous state school sports championships.
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NHS teachers have been honored for their teaching skills.

SS India (1896)

SS India was a steam passenger liner operated by the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company (P&O) between 1896 and 1915.
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She was hired by the Admiralty on 13 March 1915 and was used as an armed merchant cruiser, serving in the 10th Cruiser Squadron. On 8 August that year she stopped off Helligvær, near Bodø, Norway, to investigate a suspected blockade runner, and was torpedoed by SM U-22. India’s sinking caused the deaths of her 160 men. The surviving 22 officers and 119 men were taken to Narvik.

Florent Vintrigner

Florent Vintrigner est un auteur, compositeur, chanteur, accordéoniste bogner france 2016, guitariste, harmoniciste et parolier français, membre du groupe La Rue Kétanou.
Après l’enregistrement en public du troisième album de la Rue Ketanou Ouvert à double tour en 2003, les trois complices décident de renouer avec leurs projets personnels entamés quelques années auparavant. Florent Vintrigner commence à tourner avec le répertoire qui nourrira son premier album solo T’inquiète Lazare. Dès lors robe sandro, leurs projets personnels et la Rue Ketanou ne cessent de s’entrelacer et de s’alterner. Florent a travaillé aux chansons de son album L’Homme préhistorique dans la foulée de celles de l’album A contresens de la Rue Kétanou, et enregistré entre sa propre tournée et celle du groupe. Après deux résidences où ils répétaient les nouvelles chansons la journée et jouaient en concert le soir suivront 16 jours d’enregistrement avec Sébastien Bennett aux guitares, Jean-Louis Cianci à la contrebasse, Jean-Baptiste Maillet à la batterie Sandro Outlet. Florent Vintrigner signe un album dans lequel on entend clairement l’écho de notre monde actuel – les migrations du désespoir 2016 soccer jerseys vente, la précarité, la crise du logement maillots adidas en ligne, les figures contemporaines de l’amour.

Sale Football Club

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White has always been an important classic color in the history of fashion, which is constantly re-interpreted. In summer, let us feel the silent white sexy

Bogner Ladys Pira-D Ski Jacket Softshell White + Ladys BJ3197P White Ski Pants

Bogner Ladys Pira-D Ski Jacket Softshell White + Ladys BJ3197P White Ski Pants



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