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One More Car wool socks, One More Rider est un double album rock d’Eric Clapton enregistré lors de sa tournée mondiale en 2001.

Il permet une bonne approche de l’ensemble de la carrière de Clapton en reprenant de nombreux classiques tels Tears in Heaven, Cocaine, Wonderful Tonight, Layla home meat tenderizer machine, Sunshine of Your Love ou encore Badge composée avec la complicité de son ami George Harrison. Dans cet album on peut entre autres retrouver des chansons extraites du disque Pilgrim de 1998, telles que Going Down Slow, River of Tears, She’s Gone et My Father’s Eyes. Il existe une version sans la chanson de Billy Preston Will it go round in circles sur le cd numéro 2, ce qui donne 9 pièces au lieu de 10, pour un total de 19 chansons plutôt que 20.

Ralph Edwards

Ralph Livingstone Edwards (June 13, 1913 – November 16, 2005) was an American radio and television host, radio producer, and television producer, best known for his radio-TV game shows Truth or Consequences and This Is Your Life.

Born in Merino, Colorado goalie soccer, Edwards worked for KROW Radio in Oakland, California while he was still in high school. Before graduating from high school in 1931, he worked his way through college at the University of California, Berkeley, earning a B.A. in English in 1935. While there, he worked at every job from janitor to producer at Oakland’s KTAB, now KSFO. Failing to get a job as a high school teacher, he worked at KFRC and then hitchhiked across the country to New York, where, he said, “I ate ten-cent (equivalent to $2 in 2015), meals and slept on park benches”.

After some part-time announcing jobs, he got his big break in 1938 with a full-time job for the Columbia Broadcasting System on WABC (now WCBS), where he worked with two other young announcers who would become broadcasting fixtures – Mel Allen and Andre Baruch best soccer goalie jerseys.

The young director had an assured, professional manner, and in a few years he was well established as a nationally famous announcer. It was Edwards who introduced Major Bowes every week on the Original Amateur Hour and Fred Allen on Town Hall Tonight. Edwards perfected a chuckling delivery lint ball remover, sounding as though he was in the midst of telling a very funny story. This “laugh in the voice” technique served him well when 20th Century Fox hired him to narrate the coming-attractions trailers for Laurel and Hardy movies. He later used the conspiratorial chuckle frequently when surprising someone on his programs.

Edwards was the second host of the NBC radio children’s talent show The Horn and Hardart Children’s Hour. He appeared in a few films, including Radio Stars On Parade with the comedy team of Wally Brown and Alan Carney, and I’ll Cry Tomorrow with Susan Hayward.

Truth or Consequences started out as a radio game show that premiered on NBC Radio in March 1940, and aired for 38 years on radio and television. After a ridiculously difficult trivia question was asked, and Beulah the Buzzer went off when they inevitably failed to answer, contestants were asked to perform often ridiculous stunts for prizes of cash or merchandise. From the start contestants preferred to miss the question, with Edwards commenting “Most of the American people are darned good sports.”

After years of experimental broadcasts, the Federal Communications Commission approved commercial broadcasts starting on July 1, 1941, and NBC’s New York station WNBT (later WNBC) was the first to make the changeover, with Edwards hosting a one-time episode of the show. Commercials were $9 for 10 minutes.

The show was originally based in New York, with Allen as announcer, but later moved to Los Angeles. After the U.S. entered World War II in late 1941, causing TV programming to be suspended, its radio run started on CBS, Edwards’ and Allen’s home network, then moved to NBC.

Occasionally the show played for sentiment, as contestants were surprised on stage by a sweetheart in the military, a family member, or a long-lost friend. Truth or Consequences, New Mexico was named after the show following Edwards’ promise to broadcast the show from the first city that renamed itself. The city in southern New Mexico features several public parks and facilities that bear his name. Beginning in 1950 and continuing for the next 50 years, Edwards traveled to that city during the first weekend of May every year.

Edwards and the Truth or Consequences radio show were featured in a Superman story in Action Comics #127 (December 1948).

In 1948 Edwards created, produced, and hosted This Is Your Life on NBC Radio, moving to NBC-TV in 1952-1961. Each week Edwards would surprise some unsuspecting person (usually a celebrity, sometimes an ordinary citizen) and review the subject’s personal and professional life in front of the TV audience, often introducing figures from their past as live guests. The show drew great interest from viewers, partly because the identity of the subject wasn’t revealed until the show went live. Throughout the half-hour Edwards would guide the narrative of the show, ushering visitors on and off stage, and eventually prompting the honoree to recall a personal turning point. Edwards was showman enough to draw upon his Truth or Consequences experience, emphasizing the sentimental elements that appealed to viewers and listeners at home. His on-air tributes would often recount some heroic sacrifice or tragic event, bringing the audience (and sometimes the subject) to the point of tears. Celebrity subjects included Marilyn Monroe, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, Bob Hope, Andy Griffith, Buster Keaton, Barbara Eden, Bette Davis, Shirley Jones, Jayne Mansfield, and Carol Channing. Edwards famously surprised Superman’s Girlfriend Lois Lane when she was the subject of “This Is Your Life” in a story published in the D.C. Comic “Superman’s Girl Friend, Lois Lane” #9, May 1959.

Edwards produced dozens of game shows, including About Faces, Knockout, Place the Face, It Could Be You, Name That Tune (1970s version) and The Cross-Wits. In 1981, with Stu Billett, he executive-produced The People’s Court, the first program of its type. In 1996, along with Stu Billett, they also did Bzzz!. He had a notable acting role, his character a jovial and decreasingly skeptical radio dj, in the episode of the CBS Radio series Suspense “Ghost Hunt” (based on H. Russell Wakefield’s story from the 25th anniversary issue of Weird Tales) in 1949.

Edwards burnished the career of another game show host, his protégé Bob Barker. The 1940s-1950s TV version of Truth or Consequences had featured Edwards, Jack Bailey, and Steve Dunne. When the show returned for another NBC run in late 1956, Edwards hired Barker, a popular West Coast radio and TV personality on December 21 after hearing his radio show on his car radio. During the 2001 Daytime Emmy Awards, Barker told backstage reporters that his lifelong friend Edwards told him to be no one else but himself.

Barker would host Truth on NBC until 1965, and later in daily syndication until 1975, by which time he had also taken over a revival of The Price Is Right on CBS from 1972 onward. As a result, thanks to Edwards’s “be yourself” admonition, Barker became as familiar with a generation of Truth and Price viewers, as earlier fans had with Edwards and original Price host Bill Cullen during the original versions of the shows in the 1950s and 1960s.

Until his death, Edwards had lunch with Barker every December 21 at exactly 12:05 PM, according to Barker, who birthday is December 12.[citation needed]

On November 16, 2005 Edwards died of heart failure in Los Angeles, California. Shortly before his death he released a selection of his This Is Your Life programs on DVD.

The Game Show Congress annually presents the Ralph Edwards Service Award, for those within the game show community who have worked tirelessly for charitable causes. In 2004, Edwards’ son stainless water container, Gary, accepted the first of these awards on behalf of his father. Edwards is not related to KTLA broadcaster Stephanie Edwards.

For his contribution to the radio and television industries, Ralph Edwards has two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame located at 6116 Hollywood Boulevard (radio) and 6262 Hollywood Boulevard (television). Both were dedicated February 8, 1960.

Edwards was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 1995.

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Sea Devils

Sea Devils (1953) is a British–American historical adventure film custom goalie gloves, directed by Raoul Walsh and starring Rock Hudson 1 liter bpa free water bottle, Yvonne De Carlo, and Maxwell Reed. The story is based on Victor Hugo’s novel Toilers of the Sea which was the working title of the film. The scenes at sea were shot around the Channel Islands, and much of the rest of the film was shot on location in those islands as well.

The year is 1800, and Britain and France have been at war since 1798, in what later was to be known as the War of the Second Coalition. Gilliatt, a fisherman-turned-smuggler on Guernsey, agrees to transport a beautiful woman, Drouchette, to the French coast on his ship the Sea Devil. She tells him she hopes to rescue her brother from a French prison. Gilliatt finds himself falling in love and so feels betrayed when he later learns that Drouchette is a countess helping Napoleon plan an invasion of Great Britain. In reality retro footy shirts, however, Drouchette is a British agent working to thwart this invasion best thermos flask. When Gilliatt learns this, he returns to France to rescue her, just as her true purpose has been discovered by the French.

Shakti Singh (cricketer)

Shakti Singh (born 19 May 1968) is an Indian first-class cricketer turned playback singer. He played cricket for Himachal Pradesh and Delhi. After retirement, he became a match referee and Bollywood playback singer.

Singh played as a bowling all-rounder who batted right-handed and bowled right-arm medium-fast. In a playing career that spanned 16 seasons, he appeared in 58 first-class and 28 List A matches playing mainly for Himachal Pradesh and Delhi beef tenderiser. In 1991, he was sent to Australia to train under Dennis Lillee. He is best known for his knock of 128 for Himachal Pradesh against Haryana in the 1990–91 Ranji Trophy. In the innings, he hit 14 sixes, an Indian first-class record, and also broke the record of fastest fifty in Ranji Trophy, reaching the mark in just 18 balls. This record was surpassed by Bandeep Singh, in 2015 glass bottles for drinking water, who reached his fifty in 15 balls.

Singh became a match referee after retirement. He also started a career as playback singer in 2006. He has sung for Bollywood films such as Mera Dil Leke Dekho, Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge?, Life Partner, Patiala House and Kab Tak. He has worked with music composers such as Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy and Pritam Chakraborty.

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Названо в честь советского физика Алексея Васильевича Лыкова (1910—1974).

Röhrig (Altenkunstadt)

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Lage von Röhrig in Bayern

Röhrig ist ein Weiler mit 27 Einwohnern und Ortsteil der Gemeinde Altenkunstadt im Landkreis Lichtenfels.

Der Weiler liegt am Zusammenfluss des Kapellenbachs und der Weismain auf 283–289 m ü. NN. Nördlich von Röhrig befindet sich Altenkunstadt drink bottles, im Westen Woffendorf reusable glass drinking bottles.

Röhrig wurde vermutlich Anfang des 2. Jahrtausends n. Chr. gegründet. Schon bald wurde an der Weismain die Rohrmühle errichtet, die älteste zu Altenkunstadt gehörende Mühle. Erwähnt wurde sie erstmals als „Rormuel“ in einem Kaufvertrag mit dem Kloster Langheim im Jahr 1180. Im Laufe der Jahrhunderte hatte sich bei der Rohrmühle eine kleine Ansiedlung gebildet. Ein Teil davon gehörte lange Zeit zu Pfaffendorf. Für das Jahr 1801 ist durch den Bamberger Mathematikprofessor und Topografiker Johann Baptist Roppelt eine genauere Beschreibung der des Dorfes und seiner Zugehörigkeit überliefert:

„Dieser Ort hat keine Dorfs- und Gemeindeplätz, auch keine besondere Gemeindeherrschaft, sondern liegt allenthalben im Altenkunstadter Bezirke. Die Zent gehört nach Weismayn, die Geistlichkeit nach Altenkunstatt. Der Zehend ist in dem Altenkunstatter und Pfaffendorfer Zehend begriffen. Der Ort besteht aus einer Mühle Rohrmühle genannt, mit Haus, Stadel, Nebengebäuden, drei Mahlgängen und einem Schneidgang, welche von dem Weismaynflusse getrieben werden, und in einer mit Haus und Stadel bebauten Sölden, die dem Kloster Langheim Lehen- und vogteibar und dem dasigen Klosteramte steuerbar sind. Ein Fischwasser hinter der Mühle aber ist dem Amte Weismayn steuerbar.“

Nach einem Brand wurde die Mühle in den 1970er Jahren abgerissen. Die Altenkunstadter Gesamtschule mit dem Sportzentrum Kordigasthalle wurde 1977 zwischen der Weismain und dem im Mittelalter künstlich angelegten Mühlbach errichtet.

Die Tabelle gibt die Einwohnerentwicklung Röhrigs wieder.

Von den 27 Einwohnern waren im Juli 2013 ca. 70 % (19) römisch-katholisch, ca. 22 % (6) evangelisch und ca. 8 % (2) andersgläubig bzw. konfessionslos.

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Al-Akhaa Al-Ahli Aley

Al-Akhaa Al-Ahli Aley ( Arabic pronunciation: الاخاء الاهلي ) is a recognized football club headquartered in Aley, Lebanon. The club buttressed by the MP Arkram Shehayeb who was the key person to ratify the confederation of the two main clubs (Ahli & Akhaa) in the City of Aley. The club languished recently in the Lebanese Second Division before returning to the Lebanese Premier League in the 2010–11 season.

Akhaa was first found in 1962 by Adel Baz and led by Adel Baz till the early 1980s amid the Lebanese civil war. Baz immigrated to United States during the war of Lebanon and returned in the early 1990s, he is currently retired and broadly supporting the team. The club obtained its license in 1966 and was bordering on to be promoted to the first division in 1971 but failed in the last match

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. Akhaa had the privilege to organize the Cup Of Aley City contest several times especially in 1972 & 1974 crowned by Safa Beirut SC. The club halted its activities in 1982 during the Lebanese war and resumed in 1989.

Ahli Club was established in the 1970s by Mr. Ahmad Radwan, an educator and the owner of a school in Aley. Mr. Radwan immigrated to Canada in 1990 and he died in 2009. The Ahli club obtained its license later and joined the Lebanese Third Division in 1987. Ahli club was remarked with lots of star players in the Lebanese Premier League at that time such as, Walid Zeineddine List of Druze#Sports, Fouad Sayegh, Riad Al Halabi, Yazeed Halimi and others. Ahli club was ranked first in the American University of Beirut football cup twice in a row in 1987 & 1988.

In 1990, Bahij Abou Hamzeh, the president of Akhaa, realized the difficulties lying behind the second rise after 10 years of disconnection. He initiated merging the team with Ahli Club to procure a jump start to the Lebanese Premier League. This step formed an added value to Akhaa club as Ahli team replete with its young native homegenous players of the city such as Zaher Andary who represented the Lebanon national football from 1994–2001, Said Abu Muna and Raji Abi Said (goal keeper) who was chosen the captain of the team amid merging. Ahli management found the merging would be of mutual interest as they need physical & logistical support to get promoted to the Lebanese Second Division. Ultimately, the confederation succeeded in 1990.

Aley is a beautiful city falling on the southern mountain threshold of Lebanon’s coastal capital, Beirut. Aley’s geographical location and mild weather allowed organizing huge day-and evening activities attracting tourists from Arab states of the Persian Gulf and making it one of the vivid urban towns in Lebanon. Unbriddled fans of Akhaa Al-Ahli have always dreamt to see their team active in the Lebanese Premier League. The dream was turned into reality in 1992 through the joint determination of a vast array of the city’s stalwarts in Feb 1992 paving the players’ path to notch the final game versus Tadamon Tripoli 1–0.

Success streamed in the nascent team. Akhaa Ahli crowned the cup of the Lebanese Second Division championship in 1992, It was the only recognized achievement

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, however the team was imposing its young spirit rhythm on the Lebanese football playgrounds. The team managed to hit excellent results during his stay in the Lebanese Premier League especially in its first appearance. Its tenacity and lively energy convulsed the strongholds of deep rooted football teams in the Lebanese League. This allowed football critics to name the team Black Horse.

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Ernst Krieck

Ernst Krieck (born July 6, 1882 in Vögisheim; died March 19, 1947 in Moosburg an der Isar) was a German teacher, writer, and professor. Aside from Alfred Baeumler, Krieck was considered a leading National Socialistic (Nazi) theoretical scientist.

After his graduation from junior high school, Krieck went to a teacher’s college in Karlsruhe. During his following work as an elementary school teacher, he began to criticize the dominant school system as mechanical and too bureaucratic. During this time, Krieck continued to be self-educated.

In 1910, his first literary work, Persönlichkeit und Kultur (Personality and Culture), was published. In 1917, Krieck published Die deutsche Staatsidee (The German National Idea). Then in 1920 Die Revolution der Wissenschaft (The Revolution of Science) was published, and, finally, in 1922 Philosophie der Erziehung (Philosophy of Education) was published. Philosophie der Erziehung is considered Krieck’s most important book

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. For his work on this book, he received an honorary doctorate from Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg.

After four years as working as a freelance writer he was appointed to work at the Pädagogische (pedagogy i.e. Science of education) Akademie in Frankfurt am Main in 1928.

Until the end of the 1920s, he supported the traditional opinions of the liberal teaching staff which was in conflict with the school politics of the SPD (Social Democratic Party), Zentrumspartei (Central Party), and the Catholic Church. Then, he took a political turn. In 1931, he became a member of the racial minded, anti-semitic fighting union for German culture. After he had declared, “Heil auf das Dritte Reich” (“Hail to the Third Reich”) at the solstice festival in 1931, Krieck was transferred to the Pädagogische Akademie Dortmund for disciplinary reasons.

During this time, throughout the Ruhr region in Germany, Krieck acted frequently as a political speaker. On January 1, 1932 he became a member of the NSDAP (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei or National Socialistic German Workers Party) and the National Socialistic teachers union. In 1932, due to further Nazi agitation, Krieck was suspended as professor.

After the Nazi “takeover,” due to a secretarial decree, Krieck was elected President of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main in April 1933. He had been the only candidate. It was only a day before that he had been elected Professor of Education and Philosophy. He was the first Nazi President of a German University. After his election he declared that “the old gap between Volkstum (the people) and the University was finally bridged.” His election marked the beginning of a union “between the Führer of the town, the guidance of the NSDAP, and the Führer of the University.” He announced an aggressive cleanup of the University: “It is our collective goal, to make a stronghold for the German spirit in the city of Frankfurt. We are marching toward a new culture, that of National Socialism and its Führer to make way for the political revolution…” One of the first measures was the public burning of books on the Römerberg on May 10, 1933.

Krieck became the publisher of the new magazine “Volk im Werden” (NS Race Coming into Being), which was published every two months from 1933-1944 and depicted Nazi ideas about education. Krieck published many articles in this magazine. In 1934, Krieck went to Ruprecht-Karls Universität Heidelberg and took a position as chair of the Philosophy and Education department. In the summer of 1936 he appeared with Bernhard Rust both publicly and programmatically. Starting in 1934, he also worked with the Sicherheitsdienst (Security Service) des Reichsführers SS and worked as a spy in the science section. In 1935 he became the leader of the Gau Nazi teachers union in Baden. From April 1937 to October 1938 he was President at the University of Heidelberg. His core philosophy caused severe controversy with the NS race theorists in the years of 1936-1938

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, whereupon he left all party and academic offices. In 1938, he left the SS, but was then given the honorary role of SS-Obersturmbannführer. He was chairman of the Philosophy and Education department in Heidelberg until the end of WWII.

In 1944 he became one of several leaders of the NS teachers union.

After the end of WWII, he was dismissed from the University and detained by US occupying forces. He died on March 19, 1947 in an internment camp located in Moosburg an der Isar.

Krieck became a professor despite the fact that he had no Abitur (a diploma from German secondary school qualifying a person for admission into a University). Krieck grew up in a working class environment-his father was a mason and a peasant-and it wasn’t possible for Krieck to attend high school. Therefore, his training as an elementary school teacher was the only possibility for him to receive a higher education. Through his absolute support of the NS and because of his education as a teacher, it was possible for Krieck to be appointed to higher teaching positions. He was himself unsatisfied with his resume and incorporated his personal experience of social criticism into his resume.

The Heidelberg University Archives has received estate items belonging to Ernst Krieck and his daughter, Ilse Krieck. This inheritance includes photo albums, single frame pictures, a bust, correspondence, and five gramophone records that play a speech given by Krieck in 1933.

Bouzov

Bouzov (deutsch Busau) ist eine Gemeinde in Tschechien. Sie liegt 30 Kilometer nordwestlich des Stadtzentrums von Olomouc im Drahaner Bergland und gehört zum Okres Olomouc.

Der Ort befindet sich in den nördlichen Ausläufern des Drahaner Berglandes hoch über dem Tal der Třebůvka. Südwestlich erhebt sich der Hauptgipfel des 459 m hohen Bakule, auf dessen Sattel der Ort angelegt wurde.

Nachbarorte sind Radnice und Jeřmaň im Norden, Obectov im Nordosten, Podolí im Osten, Olešnice, Hvozdečko und Javoříčko im Südosten, Kadeřín und Blažov im Süden, Svojanov im Südwesten, Kozov im Westen sowie Bezděkov nad Třebůvkou im Nordwesten.

Der Ort entstand am östlichen Fuße der 1317 erstmals erwähnten Burg Bouzov und war den Burgherren untertänig. Zu den verschiedenen Adelsgeschlechtern, die sich als Besitzer der Burg und des Ortes ablösten, gehörten zu Beginn des 15. Jahrhunderts die Herren von Kunstadt und es wird vermutet, dass Georg von Podiebrad in Bouzov geboren wurde.

1695 kaufte der Deutsche Ritterorden die Herrschaft und blieb bis zur Aufhebung der Patrimonialherrschaften Besitzer von Busau. Bei der Schaffung neuer politischer Strukturen kam der Markt Busau 1850 zur Bezirkshauptmannschaft Littau. Die Entwicklung in dem Ort, der seit 1848 Selbständigkeit genoss und zuvor in wirtschaftlicher Abhängigkeit vom Burgherren gestanden war, stagnierte seit dieser Zeit. Der Orden ließ die Burg verfallen, und durch die Lage fern aller Hauptverkehrswege und der Eisenbahn verarmte Busau. Unter dem Hochmeister Eugen von Österreich-Teschen wurde die Burg wiederhergestellt und neogotisch umgestaltet.

Heute ist die weithin sichtbare Burg ein Anziehungspunkt für Touristen. In der Vorburg befindet sich eine Galerie.

Die Gemeinde Bouzov besteht aus den Ortsteilen Bezděkov nad Třebůvkou (Besdiekau), Blažov (Blaschau), Bouzov (Busau), Doly (Hoffnungsthal), Hvozdečko (Wodetzko), Jeřmaň (Hermannsdorf), Kadeřín (Kaderschin), Kovářov (Kowarschow), Kozov (Kosow), Obectov (Obetzdorf), Olešnice (Woleschnitz), Podolí (Podol) und Svojanov (Swanau).

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Nerprun des rochers

Nom binominal

Rhamnus saxatilis
Jacq., 1762

Classification phylogénétique

Le Nerprun des rochers, Rhamnus saxatilis est un arbuste de la famille des Rhamnaceae

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