Modares

Modares ou Modaharius est un prince goth, commandant de l’armée de Thrace, au IVe siècle.

Au IVe siècle, les Goths sont aux frontières de l’empire romain et tentent de s’y installer régulièrement. Ce groupe s’est séparé en deux groupes principaux, les Ostrogoths qui se lancent à la conquête des régions entre la Volga, l’Oural et le Caucase sous la direction de leur roi amale Hermanaric ; les Wisigoths ou Tervinges combattent en Europe centrale et méridionale. Peuple nomade, ils sont toujours à la recherche de provisions régulières pour nourrir leur groupe important. Les Romains, à partir de Constantin, signent des traités (foedus) avec eux en leur donnant le statut de fédérés. Les hommes sont engagés dans les armées de l’empire contre des subsides.

À partir des années 340, le christianisme les atteint sous sa forme arienne avec la prédication de Wulfila, nommé évêque des Goths en 341. Resté fidèle au paganisme, Athanaric, roi des Goths, persécute les Goths chrétiens ariens entre 369 et 372, qui forment un parti opposé à lui, sous la direction du noble converti, Fritigern.

Suite à la poussée des Huns du khan Balamber, en 376, la majeure partie de son peuple suit Fritigern et entre dans l’Empire romain tandis qu’Athanaric et ses fidèles se réfugient dans les Carpathes.

Selon Zosime, Modares appartient au même clan qu’Athanaric ; on peut donc supposer qu’il a suivi celui-ci dans les Carpates laissant la majeure partie du peuple goth menée par Fritigern se réfugier en Mésie en 376.

Il semble être un prince de haut lignage, probablement de la famille des Balthes dont la descendance est respectée par les autres goths, rattachée directement au dieu Gaut. Les sources se contredisent mais ses enfants sont des nobles de haut rang : son fils Wallia ou Athaulf est élu roi des Wisigoths, sa fille, dont le nom est inconnu, épouse Alaric Ier. La rapidité de sa carrière au sein de l’armée romaine conforte l’idée d’un personnage de haut rang.

La première mention de Modares ou Modaharius date de la fin du IVe siècle ; à l’époque où les barbares se pressent à la frontière de l’empire romain, l’empereur Théodose organise la procédure de l‘hospitalistas (avec attributions foncières ou attributions de quotas d’impositions).

Après la défaite d’Andrinople de Valens face à Fritigern, en 379, le nouvel empereur Théodose passe un premier accord avec un chef goth ; c’est Modares. Il est chrétien mais orthodoxe (reconnaissant le symbole de Nicée tout comme le nouvel empereur) et largement hellénisé. Modares reçoit le commandement de l’armée de Thrace pour détruire une colonne de pillards goths, qui se réfugient dans les Balkans. Et en 382, il porte le haut grade de magister peditum. Ses clients, employés-guerriers sont au service de l’Empire romain.

Le chef Modares reçoit alors des agri deserti, des terres à cultivées, le transformant en un grand latifundiste mais aussi en un général apte à commander et capable de participer à des discussions théologiques. D’ailleurs, vers 380, Grégoire de Nazianze lui demande de l’aide pour convoquer l’un des synodes pour Théodose, en contrepoids aux nombreux goths de la garde impériale de confession arienne.

List of Daytona 500 pole position winners

Daytona 500 pole position winners for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’s Daytona 500 are rewarded with being the driver to lead the field across the start line at the beginning of the 200-lap 500-mile (800 km) race. Pole qualifying for the Daytona 500 is held one weekend before the race at the Daytona International Speedway. The driver to complete the fastest single lap in the final of three rounds in the knockout qualifying session around the 2.5-mile (4.0 km) high-banked tri-oval superspeedway earns the pole position. The first Daytona 500 was held in 1959 and in 1982, it became the opening event for the NASCAR Cup season. The term „pole position“ was originally coined in the American horse racing industry, and indicated the position of the starter being next to the „poles“, which established the boundaries of the course. The two drivers who complete a lap with the fastest time are awarded the first and second starting positions for the Daytona 500. An additional 33 to 35 entrants are determined by a combination of the results of two qualifying races and the position of the team in the previous season’s point rankings. The remainder of the 43 car field consists of drivers who meet certain qualifications, such as qualifying speed or being one of the previous NASCAR champions.

Bill Elliott set the pole position qualifying record on February 9, 1987 when he navigated around the circuit with a 42.782-second lap, which is an average speed of 210.364 miles per hour (338.548 km/h). Since 1988, NASCAR has required teams to install a restrictor plate between the throttle body and the engine. This rule was enacted as an effort to slow the cars speed in response to an accident in which fans suffered minor injuries when Bobby Allison’s car blew a tire and crashed at over 200 miles per hour (320 km/h) during a race at Talladega Superspeedway in 1987. Depending upon the sponsor, era, or a specific year, the qualifying races have been referred to as the „Duels“ or the „Twins“.

The qualifying session for pole position is held before the Daytona 500. Drivers take one timed lap to determine their time. The fastest qualifier takes the pole position for the Daytona 500 and starts on the inside of the first row; the second fastest starts alongside him on the outside, referred to as the „outside pole.“ Both front row starters are locked into these starting positions.

The 2015 race used the standard knockout qualifying system. Up to the 2014 race, drivers took two timed laps, and the better of the two timed laps was the driver’s lap for purposes of Daytona 500 qualifying. Until 2001, NASCAR offered a second (and at times, a third) round of qualifying for teams who wished to improve their qualifying times. Drivers and teams decided if they were content with their first attempt, and „stood on their time“, or if they wanted to improve their chances by attempting a „second-round qualifying“ attempt. If satisfied with the original attempt, the team was required to notify NASCAR within five minutes of the final practice sessions, and before the beginning of the „second-round qualifying“ attempts. Drivers who made second-round attempts started behind first-round only drivers; however, the qualifying times were crucial, since it determined a driver’s fall back time should he fail to finish in the top 14 of the qualifying races. The strategy was usually done by drivers whose times would not make the race or be on the bubble. The second round of qualifying ended in 2001.

The two fastest drivers in the final qualifying session (the Daytona 500 pole winner and the „outside“ pole winner) only are also awarded the pole positions for the two qualifying races held the following Thursday. Drivers are ranked by the furthest number of rounds advanced in qualifying, and then their qualifying time in the final round that they reached. Those who rank with an odd-numbered position are assigned to the first qualifying race, and those with an even-numbered rank to the second race. Cars in the final round of qualifying start the race in the front. The starting spots for the third through 32nd positions are determined by the drivers‘ finishing position in the qualifying races, with only the top 15 drivers‘ results, excluding the pole sitter in each race, advancing to the feature. Since 2005, each of the two qualifying races is 150-mile (240 km) long, or 60 laps. From its inception in 1959 until 1967, it was 40 laps, and from 1969 to 2004 it was 50 laps. After the races, the top four drivers in speed of those that failed to advance through the qualifying race are positioned in positions 33-36. The speeds used for this does not reflect their official qualifying times; regardless of which qualifying round they reached, their time used is the fastest time set in any round (first, second, or third), and does not reflect their starting position in the Duels. Positions 37-42 will go to the top six teams (not drivers) in points from the previous year’s owners (team) points standings of teams not already qualified, again with their positions based on speed, again based on the fastest time in any round, not in the final round that they reached. The final starting position in the Daytona 500 (43rd overall) is reserved by NASCAR to allow one former NASCAR champion to start the race under the „champion’s provisional“ rule. Also known as the „Petty Rule“, this rule was established in 1989 when NASCAR’s winningest driver (Richard Petty) failed to qualify for an event at Richmond International Raceway. If the Champion’s Provisional is not necessary, the seventh-highest team in the previous year’s points advances, and positions 37-43 are positioned based on speed from their fastest round of qualifying.

From 2005 until 2012, NASCAR adopted an „All Exempt Tour“ format similar to golf. The teams in the top 35 of owner points during the previous season would be eligible to run in the Daytona 500, regardless of qualifying speed. The qualifying races now determine the relative starting position for these 35 drivers plus the starting positions for an additional seven to eight teams. The top 35 drivers, plus two non-top 35 drivers from each qualifier, start in the first 39 positions of the 500. The 40th, 41st, and 42nd starting positions are given to the fastest three non-exempt cars based on qualifying speed, which have not already qualified. The 43rd starting position is awarded to the most recent previous NASCAR champion who attempted to qualify; it is given to the fastest car that hadn’t qualified if all previous champions qualified into the field. In 2008, the qualifying competition became known as the „Coors Light Pole“ when Coors replaced Budweiser as the primary sponsor. Budweiser’s parent company, Anheuser Busch Corporation, had been sponsoring the race since 1979.

In early years, qualifying had varying formats: from one timed lap, to the average of two laps, to the better of two laps. The idea of having two individual races to establish the starting lineup of the Daytona 500 dates back to the first race in 1959. That event, advertised as „the 500 Mile NASCAR International Sweepstakes“, featured cars from NASCAR’s Grand National (now Sprint Cup Series) division racing against cars in the Convertible division. The first of the 100-mile (160 km) qualifying races consisted of Convertible division cars and the second of Grand National cars. Shorty Rollins won the 100-mile Convertible race to become the track’s first winner. When the green flag was thrown on the first Daytona 500, 59 cars raced to the starting line; the event was held without a caution period during the entire race. In 1960 (incidentally, the first ever national telecast of a NASCAR race), the last chance race was eliminated; from 1960 through 1967 the qualifying events were 100 miles (160 km) in length. When the season opened in 1968, the qualifying races were increased to 125 miles (201 km), which meant the drivers would have to make at least one pit-stop to refuel (though the races were not held because of weather in 1968). Prior to 1971, the qualifying races yielded points to the drivers‘ championship.

The 12-mile-per-hour (19 km/h) reduction in speed for the 1971 qualification was a result of NASCAR’s effort to limit the increasing speeds achieved through the late 1960s and early 1970s. Engine size and technology, along with increased aerodynamic styling changes, brought speeds to over 200 miles per hour (320 km/h) at some of the larger superspeedways. In an effort to reduce the escalating costs of developing faster racing equipment, increased horsepower, and the lack of parity in competition, NASCAR implemented several restrictions for the 1971 season, attempting to reduce speed by two methods. It experimented with restrictor plates for the first time at Michigan in August 1970. At the beginning of the 1971 season, NASCAR limited an engine’s cubic inch displacement. The reductions had the effect of reducing costs for teams, but also limiting the horsepower and top speeds of NASCAR teams. At the time, NASCAR founder Bill France Sr. stated:

„Special cars, including the Mercury Cyclone Spoiler, Ford Talladega, Dodge Daytona, Dodge Charger 500, and Plymouth SuperBird shall be limited to a maximum engine size of 305 cubic inches.“

Corporate sponsors purchased naming rights to qualifying races; between 1982 and 1984, Uno cards was the title sponsor for the „Uno Twin 125’s“ qualifying events. In 1985 they became known as „7-Eleven Twin 125’s“; no sponsors funded the 1988 and 1989 qualifying events and the races were called „Daytona Twin Qualifiers“. Gatorade became the sponsor of the dual qualifying events in 1991. In 2005, the event was increased 150 miles (240 km), and became known as the „Gatorade Duels“. In 2013, Belgian brewer InBev took over sponsorship until 2015. Starting in 2016, Quebec-based Bombardier Recreational Products took over sponsorship of the races, where it stands today.

Since the restrictor plate era began in 1988 until 2014, qualifying was the better single lap of two; drivers are permitted one warm-up lap followed by two consecutive timed laps. Since restrictor plate cars require more time to accelerate to full speed, drivers often consider their first timed lap a „throwaway lap,“ and use it essentially as a second warm-up lap; and the second timed lap is usually the fastest of the three laps.

In August 2009, NASCAR announced that it would reschedule the 2010 opening round of qualifying to avoid a conflict with the NFL Super Bowl. The events that determine the top two starters for the Daytona 500 were rescheduled after the NFL moved the Super Bowl day one week to February 7, 2010. Qualifying had originally been scheduled for February 7, but NASCAR moved the date back to Saturday, February 6, to avoid conflict with the NFL. Daytona Speedway president, Robin Braig, stated:

„We’re excited about the new schedule, […] By moving Daytona 500 qualifying to Saturday, we are now providing even more value to our race fans. (They) can now enjoy a unique racing triple-header as well as all the festivities surrounding the Super Bowl the following day.“

In 2014, NASCAR adopted, starting with the second race of the year in Phoenix, a Formula One-style knockout qualifying system. After tweaking it in the 2014 GEICO 500 at Talladega, the format became three five-minute rounds, with the first round being split as two five-minute rounds with half the field in each round. As is the case for standard knockout qualifying, the top 24 advanced to the second round, and the top 12 advancing to the final round. This format was used at the Daytona 500 for the first time in 2015, but was soon abandoned for restrictor plate races after a series of incidents taking place during qualifying.

Restrictor plate races eventually gets a new two-round qualifying format starting from the first Talladega race. In round 1, each car goes out one at a time for one warm-up, one timed, and one cool down lap. The order for the cars released was determined by a random draw. NASCAR will release the next car to begin their lap while the current car is finishing their timed lap with the goal to have the next car start their timed lap no more than 20 seconds after the previous car finishes. The top 12 cars from round 1 will make a second run in the same format to determine the starting lineup for positions 1–12, with the order of cars released are the invert of round 1 result (i.e. the 12th placed car will be released first). Positions 13th and below are determined by round 1 result.

The very first NASCAR races to ever be shown on television were broadcast by CBS. In February 1960, CBS sent a „skeleton“ production crew to Daytona Beach, Florida and the Daytona International Speedway to cover the Daytona 500’s Twin 100 (now the Can-Am Duels) qualifying races on February 12, 1960. The production crew also stayed to broadcast portions of the Daytona 500 itself, two days later. The event was hosted by John S. Palmer. CBS would continue to broadcast portions of races for the next 18 years, along with ABC and NBC.

Wu Chun

Wu Chun (Chinese: 吳尊; pinyin: Wú Zūn) was born on 10 October 1979, birth name Goh Kiat Chun, is a Bruneian actor, singer (especially in Asian Countries such as Taiwan, China, Japan, HK), model, entrepreneur, visionaire , ambassador, youth Role model, and health and sport enthusiast.

He was widely known as a member of a Taiwanese Mandopop vocal quartet boy band Fahrenheit from its debut in 2005 to June 2011 and still have close bond with his former band mates. He was the last and oldest member to join the boy band and was the bass vocalist of the group. HIM International Music, the group’s record label, announced in an official statement on 22 June 2011 that Chun left Fahrenheit to concentrate on his acting career and also to spend more time with his family. Adding to that, at present, he focuses on running his Brunei-based businesses inclined with fitness and health industry. To name a few, Bake Culture (Taiwan – based artisan bakery), The Energy Kitchen (creativity healthy gourmet) and Fitness Zone, (largest and biggest health club in Brunei since 2003) and WoMen Hair Salon (team of professionals for international celebrities). In China, he is the Director for TV Commercial Advertisements for InterContinental Hotel.

He has appeared and featured in numerous international magazines such as Esquire, Elle for Men, Men’s Health Magazine, Harper’s BAZAAR Magazine, GQ and Reader’s Digest.

He speaks Malay (including local Bruneian Malay), English, Hokkien, Mandarin and limited Korean, Japanese and Cantonese.

Chun also starred in many popular Taiwanese drama such as Hanazakarino Kimitachihe (2006) Romantic Princess (2007), Hot Shot (2006), Tokyo Juliet (2006), Hot Shot (TV series) (2008), Sunny Girl (also popularly known as „Sunshine Angel“, 2011) Kindaichi Case Files (2012 – 2013) and his reality show as a loving father with his daughter, Nei – Nei, Dad is Back (or popularly known as Daddy Is Back) in 2014.

Wu Chun have studied in Chung Hwa Middle School in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei. He graduated from the RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. He also played for Brunei’s National Basketball Team and still actively participates in this field of sport among other various physical and sport related attributes.

Prior to joining Fahrenheit, Chun worked as a model for Yilin in Taiwan and Diva Models in Singapore. He is currently the Managing Director of a family-owned health club in Brunei, Fitness Zone.

Because of his undivided passion, effort, motivation driven, and inspiring character, Wu Chun has been awarded numerous recognition in Asia. To name a few, in consecutive year order, Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards 2008 (APEA) as Young Entrepreneur of The Year, CQE Geneva QC Total Quality Management Model Award 2012, APEA Corporate Social Responsibility Award 2013 and the most recent, year 2015, he was awarded by His Majesty Hassanal Bolkiah, the King of Brunei for the Excellent Youth Award category.

Chun is chosen to be an Ambassador for Brunei Anti Narcotic Drug Association in 2012 and is currently the International Brand Ambassador of Royal Brunei Airlines since year 2014. And Taiwan Tourism Ambassador. Early first half of 2016, Chun, after putting a pause in movie making industry for about two years, made a comeback for two english films. NEST 3D a science fiction thriller with co stars Li Bingbing from Transformers: Age of Extinction and Hollywood Heartthrob, Kellan Lutz known for his role for the famous The Twilight Saga (film series) and My Other Home

on June 24, 2016 Wu Chun has been officially announced as Ambassador of Goodwill for a charity concert dedicated for children and athletes with special needs to be held in his home country, Brunei Darussalam.

Wu Chun and his family currently live in Brunei. In October 2013, Wu Chun publicly announced that he is happily married. A loving husband and a devoted and caring father to his 4-year-old daughter and 2- year old son. He had previously kept his marriage a secret because he respects his wife’s decision that she was not ready to face the publicity and just wanted to lead a quiet family life.

Coming from a small rich country of Brunei, Although born privileged and wealthy, Wu Chun still manages to maintain his down to earth and friendly personality.

Chun also the nephew of Legislative Council of Brunei’s MP Goh King Chin.

As a member of Fahrenheit Wu Chun has released 4 studio Mandarin albums and 3 Japanese singles. He was the last to join Fahrenheit. His publicized temperature is that of cool autumn, at 59 degrees Fahrenheit.

He was also in Fahrenheit Fantasy World Concert Tour in Nine Different Cities.

Wu Chun, aside his passion for inspiring the youth and charity, he also has great passion to fulfill his social responsibilities.

Annually, in his mother country, Brunei, he hosts and organizes Blood Donation Campaigns (twice a year) , Saving and Preserving the Environment Campaigns, Donating to the senior, youth, indigents and less fortunate sector.

Chun is actively giving motivational talks to the younger generation. And in May 2015, He organized the first ever female run in Brunei, SHE RUNS which made a remarkable history, specially to the women community in Brunei. All proceeds were donated to Yayasan Kanser Kanak Kanak (YASKA) or Children’s Cancer Foundation in Brunei.

He also took the initiative to take a 10 hours road trip from Qinghai to the small villages in China to bestow and pledge medical supplies and sports equipment to the in-need communities.

May 2016, his Brunei based own health club organized the that raised $68,000 for its beneficiaries for and once again YASKA(Children’s Cancer Founder in Brunei) which is a huge success getting ample support from 16 countries. The event, is not only dedicated for empowering women, but according to Wu Chun, he also dedicates it for his late mother who died from cancer.

Wu Chun has and still endorsing some of the globally known brands such as the following:

Some endorsements he had are as follows:

Master=Dik

Master=Dik is the second EP by American alternative rock band Sonic Youth. It was released on November 4, 1987 by record label SST.

Inspired by New York City hip hop from the late 1980s, the song used a drum machine, sampled Kiss and name dropped Ciccone Youth, a Sonic Youth side project that would release an album the following year. The B-sides comprised several interview snippets,; parody and/or cover songs that pay tribute to the Ramones, Jesus and Mary Chain and Beatles; plus short-form sound collages, field recordings, musique concrète and human beatboxing. Dinosaur Jr.’s J. Mascis plays guitar on „Beat on the Brat“.

Master=Dik’s liner notes reprint a rant by Ben Weasel from the November 1987 issue of the fanzine Maximumrocknroll. In the article, Weasel criticized Sonic Youth, Hüsker Dü and several other indie rock bands from the 1980s for eschewing punk rock for a boring classic rock sound. Etchings on the vinyl’s inner groove read „Ciccone death rock dream tinkle“ on one side, and „Humpy pumpy psychoacoustik frenzy“ on the other. When it was originally released, the album sleeve bore a sticker reading „Not as good as Atomizer, so don’t get your hopes up, cheese!“ The same sticker appeared on Big Black’s EP Headache released that same year, and referred to that band’s previous album.

All tracks written by Sonic Youth, except Beatles cover „Ticket to Ride“, written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, and Ramones cover „Beat on the Brat“, written by Joey Ramone. 

Аспе (кантон)

Франция Франция

Юг — Пиренеи

Верхняя Гаронна

Сен-Годенс

Аспе

21

5146 чел. 

21,49 чел/км²

239,51 км² 

 1912 м
 356 м

Координаты центральной коммуны
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Jean-Pierre Brana

UTC+1, летом UTC+2

3101

Кантон на карте департамента Верхняя Гаронна

Аспе́ (фр. Aspet, гасконск. Aspèth) — кантон во Франции, находится в регионе Юг — Пиренеи, департамент Верхняя Гаронна. Входит в состав округа Сен-Годенс.

Код INSEE кантона — 3101. Всего в состав кантона Аспе входит 21 коммуна, из них главной коммуной является Аспе.

Население кантона на 2011 год составляло 5146 человек.

Аспе Баньер-де-Люшон • Барбазан • Бланьяк • Булонь-сюр-Жес • Верфей • Вильмюр-сюр-Тарн • Вильфранш-де-Лораге • Гренад • Кадур • Казер • Караман • Карбон • Кастане-Толозан • Л’Иль-ан-Додон • Ланта • Ле-Фусре • Легевен • Монжискар • Монрежо • Монтастрюк-ла-Консейер • Монтескьё-Вольвестр • Мюре • Найу • Ориньяк • Отрив • Порте-сюр-Гарон • Ревель • Рьё-Вольвестр • Рьём • Сали-дю-Салат • Сен-Беа • Сен-Годенс • Сен-Лис • Сен-Мартори • Сентгабель • Тулуза-1 • Тулуза-2 • Тулуза-3 • Тулуза-4 • Тулуза-5 • Тулуза-6 • Тулуза-7 • Тулуза-8 • Тулуза-9 • Тулуза-10 • Тулуза-11 • Тулуза-12 • Тулуза-13 • Тулуза-14 • Тулуза-15 • Турнефёй • Фронтон •

Paul Herrmann (Archäologe)

Paul Herrmann (* 14. Dezember 1859 in Halle (Saale); † 30. August 1935 in Dresden) war ein deutscher Klassischer Archäologe.

Paul Herrmann veröffentlichte 1888 mit Das Gräberfeld von Marion auf Cypern seine erste Monografie, die von großer Bedeutung für die Erforschung der attischen Vasenmalerei wurde. Seit 1891 war Hermann an der Skulpturensammlung im Albertinum in Dresden tätig, zunächst als Assistent, von 1915 bis 1925 leitete er die Sammlung als Direktor. Sein Nachfolger wurde Bruno Schröder. 1909 wurde Herrmann Honorarprofessor an der Technischen Hochschule und der Kunstakademie Dresden. Zudem leitete er die Archäologische Gesellschaft Dresden.

Herrmanns Hauptwerk sind die seit 1906 erscheinenden Denkmäler der Malerei des Altertums, die er bis zu seinem Tode herausgab. Allein die erste Serie umfasst etwa 200 Nummern. Hier bietet Herrmann neben stilistischen, farblichen und formalen Analysen auch Berichte über die Fundumstände der antiken Wandbilder. Reinhard Herbig setzte das Werk in einer zweiten, jedoch unvollendeten, Serie (1934 bis 1950) fort.

Paul Hermann war seit 1899 korrespondierendes Mitglied des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, seit 1924 Mitglied der Sächsischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.

CNU (singer)

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Shin Dong-woo (Hangul: 신동우; hanja: 申東佑; born June 16, 1991), better known by his stage name CNU (pronunciation: Shin-oo), is a South Korean singer and member of boy band B1A4, who made their debut in April 2011 under WM Entertainment. In 2012, he appeared in the KBS sitcom Sent From Heaven.

Shin Dong-woo was born on June 16, 1991, in Cheongju, North Chungcheong, South Korea. He studied at Bongmyung High School. In his adolescence he formed a rock band with his friend Jooyoung. He later studied at Hanyang University in the Department of Theater and Film.

On April 11, 2011, WM Entertainment revealed CNU as the final member in the lineup of their new boy group B1A4. The group released their debut single „OK“ and their mini album Let’s Fly on April 20, making their first broadcast performance on MBC’s Show! Music Core on April 23. Since then, CNU has participated in B1A4’s four studio albums and six EPs.

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Gaon

(Japanese version)

Shoko Fujibayashi

Walter Extra

Walter Extra is a German award-winning aerobatic pilot, chief aircraft designer and founder of Extra Flugzeugbau (Extra Aircraft Construction), a manufacturer of aerobatic aircraft.

Extra was trained as a mechanical engineer. He began his flight training in gliders, transitioning to powered aircraft to perform aerobatics. He built and flew a Pitts Special aircraft and later built his own Extra EA-230.

Extra began designing aircraft after competing in the 1982 World Aerobatic Championships. His aircraft constructions revolutionized the aerobatics flying scene and still dominate world competitions. The German pilot Klaus Schrodt won his world championship title flying an aircraft made by the Extra firm.

Walter Extra has designed a series of performance aircraft which include unlimited aerobatic aircraft and turboprop transports.

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Bistum Agen

Das in Frankreich gelegene Bistum Agen (lat.: Dioecesis Agennensis) wurde im 4. Jahrhundert begründet und gehört heute dem Erzbistum Bordeaux als Suffraganbistum an. Nachdem es 1317 Gebiete zur Gründung des Bistums Condom abgegeben hatte, umfasst es heute das Départment Lot-et-Garonne.

Erzbistümer: Aix | Albi | Auch | Avignon | Besançon | Bordeaux | Bourges | Cambrai | Chambéry | Clermont | Dijon | Lille | Lyon | Marseille | Montpellier | Paris | Poitiers | Reims | Rennes | Rouen | Sens | Straßburg | Toulouse | Tours

Bistümer: Agen | Aire und Dax | Ajaccio | Amiens | Angers | Angoulême | Annecy | Arras | Autun | Bayeux | Bayonne | Beauvais | Belfort-Montbéliard | Belley-Ars | Blois | Cahors | Carcassonne-Narbonne | Châlons | Chartres | Coutances | Créteil | Digne | Évreux | Évry-Corbeil-Essonnes | Fréjus-Toulon | Gap | Grenoble-Vienne | Langres | La Rochelle | Laval | Le Havre | Le Mans | Le Puy-en-Velay | Limoges | Luçon | Meaux | Mende | Metz | Montauban | Moulins | Nancy-Toul | Nanterre | Nantes | Nevers | Nîmes | Nizza | Orléans | Pamiers | Périgueux | Perpignan-Elne | Pontoise | Quimper | Rodez | Saint-Brieuc | Saint-Claude | Saint-Denis | Saint-Dié | Saint-Étienne | Saint-Flour | Sées | Soissons | Tarbes und Lourdes | Troyes | Tulle | Valence | Vannes | Verdun | Versailles | Viviers

Eparchien: Sainte-Croix-de-Paris (armenisch) | Notre-Dame du Liban de Paris (syrisch) | Saint Vladimir le Grand de Paris (ukrainisch)

Andere Jurisdiktionen: Militärordinariat | Ordinariat für die byzantinischen Gläubigen in Frankreich | Mission de France

Ansi Agolli

Ansi Agolli, né le à Tirana, en Albanie, est un joueur de football albanais (défenseur ou milieu gauche) mesurant 1,79 m. International albanais, il joue depuis 2010 au FK Qarabağ Ağdam en Premier league d’Azerbaïdjan.

Agolli a commencé sa carrière à une équipe locale : le KF Tirana, et a été prêté en 1999 au KS Elbasani.

Il retourna au KF Tirana et a commencé à jouer professionnellement en 2000, mais après avoir fait seulement dix apparitions dans la saison 2001/2002, il a été envoyé au KS Apolonia Fier afin d’acquérir une certaine expérience de l’équipe première. Sa saison au KS Apolonia Fier a été un succès et c’est pourquoi il est retourné au KF Tirana et s’est rapidement imposé dans leur équipe première. Après avoir passé deux ans au club de Tirana, il a été repéré par le club suisse de Neuchâtel Xamax et ils lui ont permis de réaliser son rêve de partir à l’étranger.

Après seulement une saison dans son nouveau club, il a décidé de passer à un autre club suisse, le FC Lucerne. Toutefois, les choses n’ont pas fonctionné pour lui à Lucerne. La saison suivante, il s’éloigne de la Suisse sur un transfert gratuit pour jouer en Finlande avec le Vaasan Palloseura. Après avoir passé une saison là, il a décidé de partir en prêt à son premier club le KF Tirana, le club albanais mis beaucoup de temps et d’argent pour faire en sorte que l’accord du prêt a traversé.

Depuis son prêt pour revenir à l’Albanie, Agolli a fait une très bonne saison au club qui sont maintenant au sommet de la ligue. Il est retourné à Vaasa, à la fin du mois d’avril 2009 avec un représentant du KF Tirana pour négocier un transfert définitif au club albanais. Les clubs rapidement parvenus à un accord et le transfert a été publié le 4 mai. Tout à coup, en début de juillet 2009, il s’installe au Kryvbas en Ukraine Premier League pour la plus grande somme de transfert des deux.

Sa première apparition en A a été contre le Kazakhstan en 2005. Il a depuis fait 60 apparitions en sélection nationale albanaise.