. In addition to infrastructural growth, some Qajar royals built their castles in the city. Semnan was also an important medical center for members of the Qajar Imperial Family and was home to many notable physicians and doctors of the era. Throughout much of the Qajar era, Semnan operated under a feudalistic model organized as listed below: , ''Ostān-e Semnān'' ) is one of the 31 provinces (provinces of Iran) of Iran. It is in the north of the country, and its center is Semnan (Semnan, Iran). The province of Semnan covers an area of 96,816 square kilometers and stretches along the Alborz mountain range and borders to Dasht-e Kavir desert in its southern parts. In 1340 Mas'ud moved against the Ja'un-i Qurban under Arghun Shah; the latter was forced to abandon Nishapur and retreat to Tus (Tus, Iran). The Sarbadars continued to mint coins in Togha Temur's name, in the hope that he would ignore this move as he was campaigning in the west again at this time. The khan, however, moved against them; his forces were destroyed, and while fleeing to Mazandaran several important figures such as 'Ala' al-Din (formerly in charge of Sabzavar), 'Adb-Allah, and Togha's own brother 'Ali Ke'un were killed. The Sarbadars gained control of Jajarm, Damghan and Simnan (Semnan, Iran), along with Togha's capital of Gurgan. Mas'ud and Hasan Juri, however, soon came into disagreement over several issues. Mas'ud, following the defeat of Togha Temur, gained a new suzerain in the form of Hasan Kucek of the Chobanids, as well as the latter's puppet khan Sulaiman. Mas'ud considered the move necessary; with the conquest of Simnan, the Chobanids were now neighbors. Since the Chobanids were Sunnis, however, this doubtless did not go over well with Mas'ud's co-ruler. Safir-2 (Safir (rocket)) Semnan (Semnan, Iran), Iran 2 February 2009 The most important network of roads consists of Semnan (Semnan, Iran) to Sangsar to Shahmirzad to Fooladmahale axis which connects these places with the city of Sari (Sari, Iran). This road connects the two provinces of Mazandaran and Semnan.
to 1906, he attended grammar school in Vinkovci. During his secondary schooling, Andrija was a brilliant pupil and, at that time, he wrote his first literary attempt, published in the periodical Pobratim in 1902. He enrolled at the Medical School in Vienna in 1906, which was at the time the most important medical center in the world. As a medical student, he initiated the editing of medical papers and wrote pamphlets and articles with the intention of educating people in health matters. In 1909 in Nova Gradiška he started publishing the series called ''Public Health Library'' discussing numerous topics regarding health and prevention. On December 23, 1911, he was awarded the title of Doctor of Universal Medicine (''doctor medicinae universae''). County seat is Vukovar, on Danube river; and the biggest town is Vinkovci with 33,328 inhabitants. The whole county has 204,768 inhabitants. Other towns include Ilok, Otok (Otok, Vukovar-Syrmia County) and Županja. * Semberija to the south-west, across Sava * Slavonia to the west. The border between Syrmia and Slavonia is unclear. According to one interpretation, it runs roughly along a line through Vukovar, Vinkovci, and Županja. According to another interpretation, the border follows the Bosut, Barica and Vuka rivers. birth_date ) is a village and a municipality in Brod-Posavina County, Croatia. It is located 10 km south of Đakovo; elevation 90 m. The population of the village is 2,110, while the total municipality population is 4,023. http: www.dzs.hr hrv censuses census2001 Popis H01_01_03 h01_01_03_zup12-5142.html Chief occupations are farming and livestock breeding. Vrpolje is located at the intersection of the state road D7 (D7 (Croatia)) Slavonski Šamac - Đakovo - Osijek and the regional roads to Strizivojna and Čajkovci, as well as on the railway junction of railroads Zagreb - Slavonski Brod - Vinkovci (part of Pan-European Corridor X) and Beli Manastir - Osijek - Đakovo - Slavonski Šamac (part of Pan-European Corridor Vc). Also, the motorway A5 (A5 (Croatia)) is passing nearby. '''Vrbanja''', a village in the region of Spačva (Spačva (region)), Croatia, 24 km southeast of Županja; elevation 87 m. Chief occupations include farming, livestock breeding and forestry. The village is located on the regional road Vinkovci - Gunja - Brčko (Brčko (city)) (Bosnia and Herzegovina). Vrbanja named after the willows (Croatian (Croatian language): vrbe). The municipality has a population of 5,174 people; absolute majority are Croats (96.48%), with a small Slovak (Slovaks) minority (1.38%). Vrbanja is surrounded by Drenovci and Soljani.
(Category:Grodno) Category:Cities in Belarus Category:Populated places in Grodno Region Category:Grodno Governorate Category:Białystok Voivodeship (1919–39) Category:Magdeburg Law Category:Articles containing video clips On 21 December 2001, a major reorganisation of the Ground Forces produced two operational-territorial commands, formed from two former corps headquarters. Main, 2003 All Belarus ground forces were now grouped within these two commands, the Western Operational Command at Grodno, former from the previous 28th Army Corps, the former Soviet 28th Army (28th Army (Soviet Union)), and the North Western Operational Command, the former 65th Army Corps, at Borisov. In 2007 the Land Forces consisted of 29,600 soldiers (6th Guards Mechanised Brigade (Grodno), 11th Guards Mechanised Brigade (Slonim, the former 11th Guards Tank Division) the 120th Guards Mechanised Brigade (Minsk), 38th and 103rd Mobile Brigades (organized similarly to Soviet airborne regiments, not all of them are equipped with BMD-1), http: www.ryadovoy.ru forum index.php topic,406.0.html 5th Separate Spetznaz Brigade (Maryina Horka), five artillery brigades and four regiments, two MRL regiments, 15th, 29th, 115th, 120th and 302nd SAM Brigades, two SSM brigades, two brigades and one regiment of engineers, 8th NBC independent brigade, two signals brigades, 40th independent NBC battalion. Army equipment includes 1800 MBT, 2600 AFV APC. The weapons and equipment storage bases include the 50th (Brest), 19th, One of the equipment storage bases is the 19th, the former 19th Guards Tank Division at Zaslonovo in the Lepiel region. On October 1, 2003 the base has strongly added in "weight". From other bases of storage of arms and techniques now we are distinguished favourably by new structure. Besides a battalion of protection, storage and service, motor-rifle and tank battalions were added. http: www8.brinkster.com vad777 sng belorussia%5Cbelorusia.htm 34th (34th Tank Division) & 37th (former tank divisions), 3rd, and 28th (Baranovichi). Weapons storage bases that have been disbanded include the 29th, 30th, 193rd (193rd Tank Division), and the storage base that used to be the 8th Guards Tank Division at Marina Gorka. Early years Prior to World War I, Gretzky's paternal grandfather Anton (Tony) Gretzky immigrated along with his family to Canada via the United States from the Russian Empire (what is now Grodno, Belarus (Grodno)).
CREEVER, * Sistema para el Desarrollo Integral de la Familia DIF (Desarrollo Integral de la Familia). In the private sector the municipality counts on important medical establishments such as: * Sanatorio San Francisco, * Clínica del American Hospital, * Clínica de especialidades Las Palmas, * Vital Clínica Hospital, * Cruz Roja Mexicana, * Centro Médico de Xalapa, * Clínica Millenium * Hospital Ángeles. Media right thumb A narrow street in Xalapa, better known as ''Callejones''. (Image:Diatipicoxalapeño.jpg) Newspaper Notable newspapers produced or circulated in Xalapa include www.Xalapa.MX ''Diario de Xalapa'', ''Diario AZ'', ''Diario el Portal de Xalapa'', ''Diario la Opinión'', ''Periodico Marcha'', ''Periodico Al Calor Politico'', ''Periodico Agronomica'', ''Milenio'' and the ''Lider''. As well, important agency of news on line, like RadioVer www.radiover.com and magazine Revista Era www.revistaera.com t Radio The city is served by numerous radio stations including: FM: * 90.5 Radio de la Universidad Veracruzana * 91.7 Amor (Grupo Acir) * 95.5 Sensación HD (Oliva Radio) * 96.9 Digital 96.9 (AvanRadio) * 97.7 La Máquina (AvanRadio) * 98.5 ONE FM (AvanRadio) * 104.9 El Patron FM (Oliva Radio) * 107.7 Radio Más (Radio-Televisión de Veracruz) AM: * 550 W Radio (AvanRadio) * 610 Ke Buena (AvanRadio) * 1040 OK Radio (AvanRadio) * 1130 Yo FM 1130 AM(Grupo Radio Capital) * 1210 El Patrón (Oliva Radio) * 1460 ABC Xalapa Radio (Grupo ABC) * 1550 Radio Universidad Veracruzana Television Television channels include: * XHGV-TV channel 4 – RTV * XHAJ-TV channel 5 – Televisa Regional * XHAH-TV channel 7 – Canal de las Estrellas * XHAI-TV channel 9 – Canal 5 (Canal 5 (Televisa Network)) * XHCPE-TV channel 11 – Azteca 7 * XHIC-TV channel 13 – Azteca 13 * XHCLV-TV channel 22 – Galavisión (Galavisión (Mexico)) Cable services include: * Megacable (Cable TV) * Super Cable (Cable TV) * UltraVisión (Cable TV) * Sky (SKY México) (Satellite TV) * Dish Network (Satellite TV) Notable people from Xalapa thumb right Antonio López de Santa Anna (Image:Santaanna1.JPG), born in Xalapa, is one of the most emblematic figures in Mexican history. Politicians * Francisco Javier Echeverría * Sebastián Lerdo de Tejada * Antonio López de Santa Anna * José Joaquín de Herrera * Francisco Primo de Verdad y Ramos * Marco Antonio Muñoz Turnbull Writers * Sergio Armin Vásquez Muñoz * Carlos Manuel Cruz Meza * Jorge Lobillo * José María Roa Bárcena * Juan Díaz Covarrubias * Julio Zarate * Francisco Morosini * Alicia Bazarte Martínez Educators * Enrique C. Rébsamen * Sinforosa Amador (1788–1841) * Soledad Ramos Enríquez * Guillermo Fernández de la Garza Athletes * Barbara Bonola - Triatlón * Martha Ángelica Blanco - Lanzamiento de Jabalina * Silvia García Ramírez - Judo * Marcela García Ramírez - Judo * Armando Fernández - Lucha * Alejandro Fernández Ávila - Fosa olímpica * Luis Hernández - Atletismo, 10 mil metros * Eulalio Ríos Alemán - Natación Artists *Villalobos Brothers composers, violinists *Gabriel Orozco artist *Son de Madera musical group Doctors *Rafael Lucio Benefactors *William K. Boone The municipality thumb left The Cofre de Perote (Image:Cofre de Perote.jpg) hills Xalapa is situated in eastern-central Mexico, approximately Wikipedia:Xalapa Dmoz:Regional North America Mexico States Veracruz Localities Xalapa Commons:Category:Xalapa de Enríquez
. The '''Ebers Papyrus''', also known as '''Papyrus Ebers''', is an Egyptian medical papyrus (Egyptian medical papyri) dating to circa 1550 BC (16th century BC). Among the oldest and most important medical papyri of ancient Egypt, it was purchased at Luxor, (Thebes (Thebes (Egypt))) in the winter of 1873–74 by Georg Ebers. It is currently kept at the library (Leipzig University Library) of the University of Leipzig, in Germany. Modern history of the papyrus Like the Edwin Smith Papyrus, the Ebers Papyrus came into the possession of Edwin Smith (Edwin Smith (Egyptologist)) in 1862. The source of the papyrus is unknown, but it was said to have been found between the legs of a mummy in the Assassif district of the Theban (Thebes, Egypt) necropolis. The papyrus remained in the collection of Edwin Smith until at least 1869 when there appeared, in the catalog of an antiquities dealer, an advertisement for "a large medical papyrus in the possession of Edwin Smith, an American farmer of Luxor." (Breasted 1930) The Papyrus was purchased in 1872 by the German (Germany) Egyptologist and novelist Georg Ebers (born in Berlin, 1837), after whom it is named. In 1875, Ebers published a facsimile with an English-Latin vocabulary and introduction, but it was not translated until 1890, by H. Joachim. Ebers retired from his chair of Egyptology at Leipzig on a pension and the papyrus remains in the University of Leipzig library. An English translation of the Papyrus was published by Paul Ghalioungui. The papyrus was published and translated by different researchers (the most valuable is German edition Grundriss der Medizin der alten Ägypter, and based on this Paul Ghalioungui edition). Mediterranean warfare and the Sea Peoples Around this time large-scale revolts took place in several parts of the Eastern Mediterranean, and attempts to overthrow existing kingdoms were made as a result of economic and political instability by surrounding people who were already plagued with famine and hardship. Part of the Hittite (Hittites) kingdom was invaded and conquered by the so-called Sea Peoples whose origins - perhaps from different parts of the Mediterranean, such as the Black Sea, the Aegean and Anatolian regions - remain obscure. The thirteenth and twelfth-century inscriptions and carvings at Karnak and Luxor are the only sources for "Sea Peoples", a term invented by the Egyptians themselves and recorded in the boastful accounts of Egyptian military successes: Sandars (1978). In Middle East countries, including Lebanon, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, the word typically describes a waterfront promenade usually paralleled by a main road, such as the renowned Corniche Beirut and the Doha Corniche. In Cairo, the Corniche ("كورنيش" WikiPedia:Luxor Dmoz:Regional Africa Egypt Localities Luxor commons:الأقصر
in Brodski Drenovac (part of Pleternica), at the time part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire (Austria-Hungary), in modern Požega-Slavonia county. From 1898 to 1906, he attended grammar school in Vinkovci. During his secondary schooling, Andrija was a brilliant pupil and, at that time, he wrote his first literary attempt, published in the periodical Pobratim in 1902. He enrolled at the Medical School in Vienna in 1906, which was at the time the most important medical center in the world. As a medical student, he initiated the editing of medical papers and wrote pamphlets and articles with the intention of educating people in health matters. In 1909 in Nova Gradiška he started publishing the series called ''Public Health Library'' discussing numerous topics regarding health and prevention. On December 23, 1911, he was awarded the title of Doctor of Universal Medicine (''doctor medicinae universae''). Born in Vienna, Antel worked mainly as a film producer in the interwar years. After World War II, he began writing and directing films on a large scale. In the late 1940s, 1950s and 1960s these were mainly comedies (comedy film) (romantic (romantic comedy film), slapstick, and or musical (musical comedy)) and ''K.u.k. films'' all of which, for Austrian and German TV stations alike, have been a staple of weekend afternoon programming ever since. In between there is quite a sober film about the Oberst (Colonel) Redl affair that shook the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy on the eve of World War I. thumb 300px Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov in his laboratory alt A bearded old man holding up a test tube. He is sitting at a table by a window. The table is covered with many small bottles and test tubes. (Image:Dr Metchnikoff in his Laboratory.jpg) The Russian zoologist Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov (1845–1916) first recognized that specialized cells were involved in defense against microbial infections. In 1882, he studied motile (motility) (freely moving) cells in the larvae of starfishes (Sea star), believing they were important to the animals' immune defenses. To test his idea, he inserted small thorns from a tangerine tree into the larvae. After a few hours he noticed that the motile cells had surrounded the thorns. Wikipedia:Vienna Commons:Category:Vienna
at the University of Western Australia. The appointed chairman was Professor Ian Constable. Under his leadership, the Institute has grown to become one of the most important medical research institutions in Australia, and the Southern Hemisphere. Nowadays, the LEI employs 150 scientists, clinicians and support staff, from over 30 nationalitites, making it one of the largest ophthalmic practices in Australia. Over 40,000 patients, from within Australia and the Asia Pacific, access LEI’s day
. '''In case of emergency''' ('''ICE''') is a programme that enables first responders, such as paramedics, firefighters, and police officers, as well as hospital personnel, to contact the next of kin of the owner of a mobile phone to obtain important medical or support information (the phone must be unlocked and working). The phone entry (or entries) should supplement or complement written (such as wallet
Quote: "Any one of these achievements should have been enough to guarantee him a professorship at Harvard. But Subbarao was a foreigner, a reclusive, nocturnal, heavily accented vegetarian who lived in a one-room apartment downtown, befriended only by other nocturnal recluses" and remained without a green card (United States Permanent Resident Card) throughout his life, though he would lead some of America's most important medical research during World War II
'''Helen W. Gandy''' (April 8, 1897 – July 7, 1988) was an American (United States) civil servant (Civil service). She was the secretary to Federal Bureau of Investigation director J. Edgar Hoover for fifty-four years. Hoover called her "indispensable" and she exercised great behind-the-scenes influence on Hoover and the workings of the Bureau. Following Hoover's death in 1972, she spent weeks destroying his "Personal File," thought to be where the most incriminating material he used to manipulate and control the most powerful figures in Washington was kept. Various types of hammered dulcimers are traditionally played in India, Southwest Asia, China, and parts of Southeast Asia, Central Europe (Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic, Switzerland (particularly Appenzell), Austria and Bavaria), the Balkans, Eastern Europe (Ukraine and Belarus) and Scandinavia. The instrument is also played in Great Britain (Wales, East Anglia, Northumbria) and the U.S. (United States), where its traditional use in folk music saw a notable revival in the late 20th Century. Groce, Nancy, ''The Hammered Dulcimer in America''. Washington, DC: Smithsonian, 1983. Page 72-73. Latin America In Latin America, much support developed for the Pope and his encyclical. As World Bank President Robert McNamara declared at the 1968 Annual Meeting of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group (Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group) that countries permitting birth control practices will get preferential access to resources, doctors in La Paz, Bolivia, called it insulting that money should be exchanged for the conscience of a Catholic nation. In Colombia, Cardinal Anibal Muñoz Duque declared, if American (United States) conditionality undermines Papal teachings, we prefer not to receive one cent. ''Herder Korrespondenz'', Orbis Catholicus, Freiburg, 1968, pg. 549 The Senate of Bolivia passed a resolution (Resolution (law)), stating that ''Humanae Vitae'' can be discussed in its implications on individual consciences, but, it is of greatest significance, because the papal document defends the rights of developing nations to determine their own population policies. The Jesuit Journal ''Sic'' dedicated one edition to the encyclical with supportive contributions. ''Sic'', 31, pg. 308, October 1968, pgs. 359-79 The United States inherited ''habeas corpus'' from the English common law. In England the writ was issued in the name of the monarch. When the original thirteen American colonies (Thirteen Colonies) declared independence, and became a republic based on popular sovereignty, any person, in the name of the people, acquired authority to initiate such writs. The U.S. Constitution (United States Constitution) specifically includes the ''habeas'' procedure in the Suspension Clause (Clause 2), located in Article One (Article One of the United States Constitution), Section 9. This states that "The privilege of the writ of ''habeas corpus'' shall not be suspended, unless when in cases of rebellion or invasion, the public safety may require it." United Nations On December 13, 2001, the United Nations General Assembly began elaborating an international convention against the reproductive cloning of humans. A broad coalition of States, including Spain, Italy, the Philippines, the United States, Costa Rica and the Holy See sought to extend the debate to ban all forms of human cloning, noting that, in their view, therapeutic human cloning violates human dignity. Costa Rica proposed the adoption of an international convention to ban all forms of human cloning. Unable to reach a consensus on a binding convention, in March 2005 a non-binding ''United Nations Declaration on Human Cloning'' calling for the ban of all forms of Human Cloning contrary to human dignity, was finally adopted.