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Walsrode er en bykommune i Landkreis Heidekreis i den centrale del af den tyske delstat Niedersachsen. Byen og kommunen har et areal på 270,68 km², og et indbyggertal på godt 23.350 mennesker (2013).

Walsrode ligger ved floden Böhme i den sydlige del af Lüneburger Heide. Bykommunen hører til de arealmæssigt største i Tyskland waterproof dry bag for phones cameras & more.

Ud over hovedbyen Walsrode ligger i kommunen 23 landsbyer, her nævnt i alfabetisk rækkefølge

Walsrode grænser til (med uret fra nord) Visselhövede (Landkreis Rotenburg (Wümme)), Bomlitz, Bad Fallingbostel, det kommunefrie område Osterheide, Samtgemeinden Schwarmstedt, Ahlden og Rethem/Aller og kommunen Kirchlinteln (Landkreis Verden).

Walsrode ligger ved motorvejene A 7 og A 27, der her danner Walsroder Dreieck.

Walsrode ligger ved jernbanen Heidebahn. Den planlagte højhastighedsjernbane Hamburg/Bremen–Hannover („Y-Trasse“) skal føre forbi Walsrode , og by og landkreis forsøger at få station på linjen.

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Ripley’s Believe It or Not!: The Riddle of Master Lu

Ripley’s Believe It or Not!: The Riddle of Master Lu is a point and click adventure game based on Robert Ripley, the creator of Ripley’s Believe It or Not!. It was developed and published by Sanctuary Woods in 1995.

Set in the year of 1936, the player assumes the control of (a fictionalised version of) Robert Ripley. The game starts in Thebes, Egypt, where Ripley is pursued by two men. They steal his sack and are about to execute him, when they are terrified by sounds from the talking Colossus of Memnon and run away sports team uniforms. On his way back to New York City he finds that the same two men have ransacked the Odditorium, attacked his assistant, Feng Li, and were looking for any documents concerning “Master Lu”. He surmises that they are after the Emerald Seal of the tomb of China’s first emperor, a powerful talisman which could be used to unite all Asia under a single power, on the eve of World War II.

The adventure starts in Peiping, where Ripley believes he can find more about Master Lu in the Hall of Classics. It is there a priest tells his history: Master Lu was the sage of Emperor Qin, traveled to locations such as Easter Island

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, Sikkim and Peru to discover the Elixir of Life for the Emperor. After designing the Emperor’s Tomb, he used Rongorongo, Sikkimese and Peruvian hieroglyphics to conceal the secret to open it; he believed that only after the peoples of the world reach a certain point of peace and cooperation, they would be able to use joint knowledge and understand it. The priest also mentions that Twelvetrees came before Ripley, and two men tried to steal the tablet. However he will allow Ripley to study the tablet if he finds the key to solve the riddle.

The first location visited is the Free City of Danzig, and the fictitious “Ace of Spades castle”. Baron von Seltsam has died and his son Albert allows Ripley to investigate his father’s documents and discoveries. Ripley there can find the Romanov Emerald, and a letter from professor Jorge Menendez, who discovered four ancient cities belonging to unknown Pre-Inca cultures in “Mocha Moche”. In one of those cities, some findings suggested a connection with ancient China. Ripley will manage also to enter the late Baron’s tomb and recover a key to Lu’s tablet.

Near the end of the adventure, Ripley reunites with Mei in Peiping and manage to solve the riddle on Master Lu’s tablet. On that instant, they are assaulted by the two thugs. Ripley and Mei succeed in neutralizing the assassin, Shen Guo thermos funtainer drink bottle. The couple then goes to Mount Li (in the game it is described to be man-made) and meet a peasant who has uncovered pieces of clay statues from his cellar. The couple find a way to the Emperor’s Tomb through this cellar. The Riddle of Master Lu is actually a combination that will open a door leading to Qun’s Mausoleum.

Ripley recovers the seal and on their way back, it is revealed that Baron von Seltsam was the mind behind all this, having followed Ripley to lead him to this point. On their way back, Master Lu’s last trap is activated and the Baron falls in poisonous mercury.

The epilogue shows Ripley and Mei in a Zeppelin discussing how he managed to safely transfer her grandparents from Peiping to London, to escape the Second Sino-Japanese War. However, the Second World War erupts.

Master Lu is a typical point and click adventure game meat tenderizer sauce. Robert Ripley travels in several parts of the world. A common feature of all locations is the “Posh Express” office where Ripley books his next destination, and also exchanges mail with other characters of the game; the advancing of the backstory narrative is revealed through mail that arrive to Ripley in each station.

Each location also hides a “bonus” quest. Ripley also has a journal in his inventory. The player is enabled to find out which locations are important enough where Ripley can draw his Believe It or Not! cartoon, and thus keep track of the progress in the game. Furthermore, in some screens there are artifacts that Ripley can find. These can be mailed to New York, and each time the player visits the Odditorium he can see these artifacts on display. Gathering those items neither affects the story nor rewards the gameplay but is supposed to make the business wealthier.[citation needed]

The Riddle of Master Lu received mixed reviews. GameSpot gave the title a 5.7/10, saying the amount of infotainment delivered was impressive, but that they were unable to recommend the game due to an “unforgiving interface”. Entertainment Weekly gave it a B-, praising the game’s visuals but lamenting the lack of humor and mystery elements. Maximum commented that “as well as the extensive storyline, what really makes Riddle stand out from the crowd is the way that it looks and sounds.” They also commented positively on the “brain bashing puzzles” and concluded, “this game keeps you vexed for days at a time.” They gave it 4 out of 5 stars. A Next Generation critic also gave it 4 out of 5 stars, and said “it may be one of the best graphic adventures this year.” He praised the storyline and graphics, elaborating that “The tasteful use of video and digitization gives the game a fully realistic feel, and characters have such personality that you begin to care about what happens to them.” It maintains a 77% rating on GameRankings based on 5 media outlets. Master Lu also received a 91% rating from “PC Gamer” and “Coming Soon” magazine, and a 90% rating from “PC Games” and “PC Player.”

Master Lu was nominated for the Computer Gaming World Premier Awards as best adventure game of 1996, commended as “satisfying and even charming” approach, depending “on strength of writing and interaction with characters to win.” PC Gamer nominated Master Lu as its 1995 “Best Adventure Game”, although it lost to Beavis and Butt-Head in Virtual Stupidity.

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Arrangerte ekteskap må anses som det normale over store deler av verden, gjennom det meste av den kjente historien. I Vest-Europa fant idéen om spontan kjærlighet som grunnlag for ekteskap først fotfeste med romantikken. Det kan likevel argumenteres for at arrangerte ekteskap har vært det normale helt opp mot vår tid. «Arrangementet» kunne bestå i at to kandidater etter avtale mellom foreldrene ble ført sammen i forbindelse med fest eller høytid. Graden av press overfor de unge kunne variere med de økonomiske og sosiale gevinstene som måtte ligge i forbindelsen mellom de to familiene. Skikken har trolig holdt seg lengst i høyere sosiale lag.

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Isabella Calthorpe

Isabella Calthorpe (born 3 March 1980) is an English actress and model.

Isabella Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe was born on 3 March 1980 in Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester, Hampshire. She is the daughter of John Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe, (who was the son of Sir Richard Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe, 2nd Baronet), and Lady Mary-Gaye Georgiana Lorna Curzon

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, daughter of the sixth Earl Howe. Her half-sisters Gabriella Calthorpe and Cressida Bonas are also actresses. Isabella was educated at Heathfield School, Ascot and Bradfield College before going on to study classics and art history at the University of Edinburgh and attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art from 2003 to 2005.

Primarily a stage actress, she has also appeared in the films Stage Beauty and How to Lose Friends & Alienate People, and the television series Harley Street and Trinity

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On 6 March 2013 she married Sam Branson, a former model and filmmaker and son of Richard Branson, heir to a £3.4 billion fortune. The couple married at his father’s safari lodge near Kruger National Park. Princess Beatrice of York and Princess Eugenie of York were present at the wedding. On 9 September 2014 it was announced by Sir Richard Branson on the Virgin website that Isabella and his son, Sam, were expecting their first child together

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The Office (U.S. season 8)

The eighth season of the American television comedy The Office commenced airing on NBC in the United States on September 22, 2011, and concluded on May 10, 2012, consisting of 24 episodes. The series is an American adaptation of the British comedy series of the same name, and is presented in a mockumentary format, portraying the daily lives of office employees in the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of the fictitious Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. The eighth season of The Office aired on Thursdays at 9:00 p.m. (Eastern) in the United States as part of the “Comedy Night Done Right” television block. This was the first season without Steve Carell as Michael Scott in the lead role and the only one to not feature the character in any capacity.

The eighth season largely centers on Andy Bernard’s (Ed Helms) ascension to regional manager, as well as the antics of Robert California (James Spader), the new CEO of Sabre, a fictional printer company that owns Dunder Mifflin. Halfway through the season, Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson)—along with Jim Halpert (John Krasinski), Stanley Hudson (Leslie David Baker), Ryan Howard (B. J. Novak), Erin Hannon (Ellie Kemper), and Cathy Simms (Lindsey Broad)—travel to Florida to help set up a Sabre Store, where Nellie Bertram (Catherine Tate) is introduced. Eventually, former CFO of Dunder Mifflin David Wallace (Andy Buckley) buys back the company, firing California.

Despite debuting with moderate viewing figures, the departure of Carell affected the show’s ratings, which fell as the season progressed. The season ranked as the eighty-seventh most watched television series during the 2011–12 television year and saw a dramatic decrease in ratings from the previous season. Critical reception was mixed; many critics had previously said the series should have ended after the departure of Carell and thus criticized the recycled storylines. Other critics were more positive, commenting on various actors and their characters. It marked the first time since season one that the show did not receive any Emmy nominations.

The eighth season of the show was produced by Reveille Productions and Deedle-Dee Productions, both in association with NBC Universal Television Studios. The show is based on the British comedy series of the same name, which was created by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). In addition, the two are executive producers on the show. This season of The Office was produced by Greg Daniels and Paul Lieberstein, the latter of whom serves as the showrunner. Returning writers from the previous season included Lieberstein, Charlie Grandy, Justin Spitzer, Carrie Kemper, Daniel Chun, Robert Padnick, Aaron Shure, Steve Hely, Amelie Gillette, Mindy Kaling, and B. J. Novak; the latter two were both also credited as executive producers. It was previously unknown whether Kaling would write for the series any longer. Kaling herself confirmed via her Twitter page that she would write the Christmas-themed episode, “Christmas Wishes”. Three new writers joined the staff beginning in season eight: Owen Ellickson, Allison Silverman and Dan Greaney. The season also saw the directorial debuts of cast members Ed Helms and Brian Baumgartner; Helms directed the episode “Christmas Wishes”, and Baumgartner directed “After Hours”.

The series was renewed for an eighth season on March 17, 2011, began filming on July 25, 2011, and the season concluded filming on March 9, 2012. Jenna Fischer’s pregnancy was written into the show, and Pam was again pregnant at the start of the season with a boy as she was in real life. Unlike the sixth season, there was no episode focusing on the baby’s birth; it was instead announced on a blog. In an interview, executive producer Lieberstein stated that, with the departure of Michael Scott, the writers would explore further into the other characters on the show, such as centering on a specific character for an episode. On January 25, 2012, news broke that NBC was planning a spin-off series starring Rainn Wilson as Dwight Schrute, that would be set at Schrute Farms, Dwight’s bed-and-breakfast and beet farm. The spin-off would be created by Wilson and executive producer Paul Lieberstein, but Office developer Greg Daniels would not be involved. Due to his initial involvement in the spin-off, Lieberstein stepped down as showrunner of The Office. On October 29, 2012, it was revealed that NBC was not going forward with the proposed spin-off, although the original backdoor pilot, “The Farm” aired later in the ninth season.

The Office employs an ensemble cast. Most of the main characters, and some minor ones, are based on characters from the British version of The Office. While these characters normally have the same attitudes and perceptions as their British counterparts, the roles have been redesigned to better fit the American show. The show is known for its large cast size, many of whom are known particularly for their improvisational work. Rainn Wilson portrays Dwight Schrute, who, based upon Gareth Keenan

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The eighth season introduced several new characters. Stephen Collins, Dee Wallace and Josh Groban were cast as Andy’s father, mother and brother, respectively, and appeared in the episode “Garden Party”. From the episodes “Pam’s Replacement” to “Last Day in Florida”, Lindsey Broad had a recurring guest star spot as Cathy Simms, Pam’s temporary replacement while she was on maternity leave, and who remained employed at the company for a while after. Maura Tierney appeared in “Mrs. California”, playing California’s wife. Catherine Tate returned to reprise her role as Nellie Bertram, in a major arc starting in the episode “Tallahassee”. Despite reports that she would also get romantically involved with Robert, this never occurred. Two writers for the animated comedy series The Simpsons, Matt Selman and Matt Warburton, appeared in the Kaling-scripted episode “Test the Store”, and Simpsons star Dan Castellaneta appeared in the episode “Turf War”. Originally, it was announced that the season would feature Stanley Hudson’s other daughter and a new male addition to the accounting department, however, these characters never appeared.

At the time, this season marked the final year that some cast members—notably Helms, Fischer, Novak, and Krasinski—were signed on for the show, as their contracts expired at the end of the season; this caused speculation that several members of the main cast would leave the series following this season. The eighth season was Novak’s last as a series regular, although he made a few recurring appearances in the ninth season. It was also Kaling’s final full season, due to her pilot, The Mindy Project, being picked up by Fox; Kaling portrayed customer service representative Kelly Kapoor. On February 28, 2012, it was announced that Spader would not return for a ninth season of the show. There was initial speculation that following the eighth season, Daniels was considering rebooting the series due to the possible departures of main cast members

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. However, a new deal was negotiated with NBC, and all the main cast members, sans Spader, Novak, and Kaling, would return for the ninth season, although several new characters would be brought on board for a “mini reboot”. NBC also announced that Catherine Tate would become a series regular.

The series aired on Thursdays at 9:00 p.m. as part of “Comedy Night Done Right” television block. The season premiere, “The List” received a 3.9/10 percent share in the Nielsen ratings among viewers aged 18 to 49, meaning that 3.9 percent of viewers aged 18 to 49 watched the episode, and 10 percent of viewers watching television at the time watched the episode. “The List” was the highest rated episode of the season. Despite this, it became the lowest season premiere of the series since the series premiere. The rest of the season was unable to receive more than seven million viewers. The twenty-second episode, “Fundraiser” received only 4.17 million viewers, making it, at the time, the lowest-rated episode of The Office to ever air, although it was later beaten by several ninth season episodes the following year. The season finale, “Free Family Portrait Studio”, was viewed by 4.49 million viewers, making it the lowest finale for The Office to air, beating the first season finale “Hot Girl”, which was viewed by 4.8 million viewers. The drop in ratings led to a lower ad-price for the series, with an average cost of $178,840 per-30 second commercial. Despite this, the show was still one of NBC’s highest rated shows and ranked as the most expensive ad-cost for any NBC scripted series during the year it aired. Despite the lower live ratings, Nielsen Soundscan announced that The Office added up to 44 percent to its next-day “live plus same day” 18–49 rating when additional time-shifted viewing was added, such as DVRing.

The season ranked as the eighty-seventh most-watched television series during the 2011–12 season, with an average of 6.506 million viewers. The season also ranked as the thirty-second most-watched television series in the 18- to 49-year-old demographic. In this category, the show was viewed by an estimated 4.376 million viewers per episode and received a 3.42 rating/9 percent share among adults between the ages of 18 and 49. This means that, on average, the season was viewed by 3.42 percent of all 18- to 49-year-olds, and 9 percent of all 18- to 49-year-olds watching television at the time of the broadcast.

The eighth season of The Office received mixed reviews. While some critics felt that the show was still humorous in its eighth year, many others argued that the program should have ended after the departure of Steve Carell. The A.V. Club reviewer Myles McNutt criticized California’s role, noting that he was someone whom “the narrative reacts to as opposed to something actually involved in the narrative”. Alan Sepinwall of HitFix criticized Ed Helms’ comedic performance as manager calling him “a softer version of Michael Scott”. He has also criticized the toning down of Spader’s character, California, from his appearance in the show’s seventh season’s finale, “Search Committee”, as well as expressing disappointment over seeing many supporting characters transform into caricatures of their earlier season’s selves. He stopped reviewing a majority of the Season 8 episodes since “Pam’s Replacement”, due to his distaste for the series. Time writer James Poniewozik agreed with Sepinwall and said that Jim should have been named manager so the series could be more ensemble oriented. New York Magazine named Andy Bernard one of the most annoying TV characters of 2011. Matt Zoller Seitz from New York wrote, “Fact is, the show’s first post–Steve Carell year has been a mess, at times bordering on a disaster”, although he did write, “Nevertheless, I still adore these characters, even when the writing doesn’t do them justice.” McNutt gave the season a C grade overall, writing that the season finale, “Free Family Portrait Studio” was “a disheartening conclusion to the show’s worst season, offering little optimism to sustain our already dwindling enthusiasm over the summer months.”

Bret Fetzer of Amazon.com wrote that “it’s best to approach this season as if it were a completely new series”. He felt that it is unfair to compare the quality of the season to past seasons because “the series’ previous heights were so very high”. Ultimately, he called the year “uneven”, because episodes would range from putting “Andy into Michael Scott-ish situations” to “seek[ing] out new angles on the well-established web of interpersonal conflicts”, with the result that the episodes “sometimes” work. Matt Zoller Seitz of Salon considered the post-Michael Scott era of The Office “warmer and more reflective”. He also praised the decision of Andy as a manager, specifically Ed Helms and Craig Robinson’s performance in “Lotto” calling it the “subtlest, deepest acting to date [for The Office]”. He called “Lotto” the best episode of the season. Hank Stuever of The Washington Post named the series the tenth best series of 2011 specifically praising the actors’ performances in “Mrs. California” for their ability to deliver cringe humor without Carell. TV Guide named it an honorable mention on their list of the best TV shows of 2011. Price Peterson from TV.com called the series “still one of the best shows on TV” and argued that, while “Season 8 definitely wasn’t the show’s best”, the season “sneaked in some genuinely great jokes, new characters, and affecting plotlines.” Despite the lackluster reviews many of the episodes received, many critics praised Ellie Kemper’s performance as Erin Hannon. McNutt noted that “regardless of how down I was on this or any other episode, Ellie Kemper really has been tremendous all season.” In addition, Kemper’s performance in the episodes “Spooked,” “Christmas Wishes,” “Pool Party,” and “Special Project,” in particular, were praised by critics.

Many members of the cast and crew felt that the season was not the show’s best. Rainn Wilson said that the season possessed some mistakes “creatively”, such as the chemistry between Spader and Helms, which he called “a bit dark”. He argued that the show should have gone for a “brighter and more energized” relationship. Brian Baumgartner felt that the show “stayed status quo [with the previous year], but without a key piece” and “didn’t make a firm decision” on the direction the show was headed. Ben Silverman, one of the show’s producers, said that “it didn’t have the sense of purpose and focus” that the next season would have.

In the following table, “U.S. viewers (million)” refers to the number of Americans who viewed the episode on the night of broadcast. Episodes are listed by the order in which they aired, and may not necessarily correspond to their production codes.