include work at Arizona Theatre Company (''A Moon for the Misbegotten'', ''Copenhagen''), La Jolla, Mark Taper Forum, South Coast Repertory (L.A. Drama Critic’s Circle Award for Rose in ''Holy Days''), Denver Center, Long Wharf Theatre, Berkeley Rep, American Conservatory Theatre and seven seasons at Oregon Shakespeare Festival. TV: ''Law & Order'', ''Breaking Free'' and ''Promised Land''. Perhaps Richards' most popular character
;ref ''Angelov'' ''Cholpanov'', Bulgarian Military History in the Middle Ages (10–15 century), p. 55 Many Bulgarian soldiers were killed at Mokrievo and many more were captured. Greek sources on the History of Bulgaria (in Bulgarian), Vol. VI, с. 284 (retrieved on 29.01.2008) Emperor Samuel himself barely escaped, only breaking free through the bravery of his son, who mounted his father on his own horse
;'''Ride On (Ride On (bus)):''' 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 52, 54, 55, 56, 59, 63, 81, T2 - During this time Frith also released ''Gravity (Gravity (Fred Frith album))'' (1980), his second solo album, recorded at Norrgården Nyvla in Uppsala, Sweden with Swedish group Samla Mammas Manna, and at the Catch-a-Buzz studio in Rockville, Maryland with United States band The Muffins. It showed Frith breaking free from the highly structured and orchestrated music of Henry Cow and experimenting with folk and dance music. "Norrgården Nyvla" was also the title of one of the tracks on the album and is considered one of Frith's most recognisable tunes. founder Edgar Helms location Rockville, Maryland, United States origins death_date Personal Poindexter was born to John Poindexter in Pasadena, California, and grew up in Rockville, Maryland, which he considers to be his hometown. He is married to the former Lisa A. Pfeiffer of Gulf Breeze, Florida. They have two children. His recreational interests include motorcycling, running, weight lifting, water skiing, boating, hunting, and fishing.
he repeated it later in mosques such as the Sokollu Mehmed Pasha Mosque at Kadırga and the Atik Valide Mosque at Üsküdar. According to him from his autobiography "''Tezkiretü’l Bünyan''", his masterpiece is the Selimiye Mosque (Selimiye Mosque (Edirne)) in Edirne. Breaking free of the handicaps of traditional Ottoman architecture, this mosque marks the climax of Sinan's work and of all classical Ottoman architecture. While it was being built, the architect's saying of "''You can never build a dome larger than the dome of Hagia Sophia and specially as Muslims''" was his main motivation. When it was completed, Sinan claimed that it had the largest dome in the world, leaving Hagia Sophia behind. In fact, the dome height from the ground level was lower and the diameter barely larger (0.5 meters, approximately 2 feet) than the millennium-older Hagia Sophia. However, measured from its base the dome of Selimiye is higher. Sinan was more than 80 years old when the building was finished. In this mosque he finally realized his aim of creating the optimum, completely unified, domed interior : a triumph of space that dominates the interior. He used this time an octagonal central dome (31.28 m wide and 42 m high), supported by eight elephantine piers of marble and granite. These supports lack any capitals (Capital (architecture)) but have squinches or consoles at their summit, leading to the optical effect that the arches seem to grow integrally out of the piers. By placing the lateral galleries far away, he increased the three-dimensional effect. The many windows in the screen walls flood the interior with light. The buttressing semi-domes are set in the four corners of the square under the dome. The weight and the internal tensions are hidden, producing an airy and elegant effect rarely seen under a central dome. The four minarets (83 m high) at the corners of the prayer hall are the tallest in the Muslim world, accentuating the vertical posture of this mosque that already dominates the city. *6 October – At Yokosuka Naval Air Technical Arsenal, Japan, Lieutenant Yōzō Kaneko makes the Imperial Japanese Navy Commons:Edirne
. The greatest Jewish teachers and rabbis flocked to the Rhine. Their teachings, dialogues, decisions and influence propelled Mainz and neighboring towns along the Rhine into world-wide prominence. Their fame spread, rivaling that of other post-Diaspora cities such as Bagdhad. Western European—Ashkenazic or Germanic—Judaism became centered in Mainz, breaking free of the Babylonian traditions. A Yeshiva was founded in the 10th century by Gershom ben Judah. commons:Rheinland-Pfalz
Almqvist to a duel and when Almqvist paid no attention, August Blanche spat in his face at a meeting at the Strömparterren. During this time Frith also released ''Gravity (Gravity (Fred Frith album))'' (1980), his second solo album, recorded at Norrgården Nyvla in Uppsala, Sweden with Swedish group Samla Mammas Manna, and at the Catch-a-Buzz studio in Rockville, Maryland with United States band The Muffins. It showed Frith breaking free from the highly structured and orchestrated music of Henry Cow and experimenting with folk and dance music. "Norrgården Nyvla" was also the title of one of the tracks on the album and is considered one of Frith's most recognisable tunes. *Swedish Trade Council, or ''Sveriges Exportråd''. Located in Stockholm. (Official site) *Nordic Africa Institute, or ''Nordiska Afrikainstitutet''. Located in Uppsala (Uppsala University). (Official site) *Swedac (SWEDAC), formally ''Styrelsen för ackreditering och teknisk kontroll''. Located in Borås. (Official site) Life Hamilton was born on March 24, 1916, in Uppsala, Sweden, to Bengt Leopold Knutsson Hamilton and Elise Franzisca Hamilton (née Neovius). He later emigrated to the United States, attended the University of Chicago (receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in 1938), and served in the United States Navy Reserve during World War II. He was married to Kathleen Hamilton (née Stick) from 1941 until her death in 1989. The couple had four children: Hugo, Elise, Gordon, and Victoria Hamilton. *Stockholm (Stockholm Central Station)–Falun, calling at Arlanda (Stockholm-Arlanda Airport), Uppsala, Avesta-Krylbo (Avesta), Borlänge and Falun *Stockholm (Stockholm Central Station)–Gothenburg, calling at Flemingsberg or Södertälje Syd (Södertälje), Katrineholm or Hallsberg, Skövde, Herrljunga (only a few trains), Alingsås (sometimes) and Gothenburg *Stockholm (Stockholm Central Station)–Malmö, with some trains continuing to Copenhagen, calling at Flemingsberg or Södertälje Syd (Södertälje), Katrineholm (only a few trains), Norrköping, Linköping, Mjölby (sometimes), Nässjö, Alvesta, Hässleholm, Lund (Lund Central Station) and Malmö. Trains that continue to Copenhagen also call at Copenhagen Airport and Copenhagen Central Station. For a short period during 2010-2011, there was one daily train to from Odense. *Stockholm (Stockholm Central Station)-Sundsvall Central Station (Sundsvall), with some trains continuing to Östersund Central Station (Östersund), stopping at Arlanda (Stockholm-Arlanda Airport) (no passenger service to Stockholm), Uppsala (no passenger service to Stockholm or Arlanda), Gävle, Söderhamn and Hudiksvall before Sundsvall, and at Ånge between Sundsvall and Östersund. *Stockholm (Stockholm Central Station)–Arvika, calling at Södertälje Syd (Södertälje), Katrineholm, Hallsberg, Degerfors, Kristinehamn, Karlstad, Kil (Kil, Värmland) and Arvika. In October 1524 he and his brother were excommunicated by the cathedral chapter in Uppsala, on the grounds of heresy. It appears as though this did not trouble him, partly because he still had a strong supporter in the Swedish King. In 1525 he married, and had the mass (Mass (liturgy)) sung in Swedish for the first time; one of Luther's ideas. *Gravhög Gårdstånga, situated in Eslöv Municipality, Skåne County, is the site of a Bronze Age burial mound, (Swedish: '' Gravhög''). *Hågahögen, King Björn's barrow in Håga (Old Norse word: ''haugr'') near Uppsala has a very strong connection with Björn at Haugi. *Kungshögar, an archaeological site on the Lake Mälaren island of Adelsö in Ekerö Municipality, contains five large burial mounds . thumb right Carolina Rediviva (File:Carolina Rediviva in summer.jpg) '''Carolina Rediviva''' is the main building of the Uppsala University Library in Uppsala, Sweden. The building was begun in 1820 and completed in 1841. The original architect was Carl Fredrik Sundvall. Later additions to the building have been designed by Axel Johan Anderberg and Peter Celsing. The name, literally "Carolina Revived", was given in remembrance of the old ''Academia Carolina'' building, which had functioned as university library for most of the 18th century (see Uppsala University Library). Carolina Rediviva is the oldest and largest university library building in the country. It is also the site where the Codex Argenteus and the Cancionero de Upsala are kept. Some historians have considered it feasible that the Codex is a part and remainder of a formerly substantial collection of Scandinavian runic manuscripts, obliterated during the destruction of monasteries and libraries that followed the Protestant Reformation. Support for this idea has been found in reports written by Olaus Magnus, a Catholic ecclesiastic active during the 16th century in Uppsala, Sweden, who fled the country due to the Reformation. According to Olaus Magnus, there were many books written with runes in important Swedish religious centres, such as Skara and Uppsala, before the Reformation. Enoksen, Lars Magnar. (1998). ''Runor : historia, tydning, tolkning''. Historiska Media, Falun. ISBN 91-88930-32-7 p. 175 Other historians have questioned the accuracy of his report. death_date 18 June 1905 death_place Uppsala, Sweden residence DATE OF DEATH 18 June 1905 PLACE OF DEATH Uppsala, Sweden defunct 2008 location_city Uppsala, Sweden and Cupertino, California, U.S. (United States) location_country '''MySQL AB (Aktiebolag)''' (founded 1995, acquired by Sun Microsystems 2008, now owned by Oracle Corporation since 2010) was a software (Computer software) company. MySQL AB is the creator of MySQL, a relational database management system, as well as related products such as MySQL Cluster. The company was dually headquartered in Uppsala, Sweden and Cupertino, California with offices in other countries (Paris, Munich, Dublin, Milan, and Tokyo). thumb right Yngvi-Freyr constructs the Temple at Uppsala (1830) by Hugo Hamilton (artist) Hugo Hamilton (Image:Yngve Frey bygger Gamla Upsala tempel by Hugo Hamilton.jpg) In the ''Ynglinga saga'' compiled in ''Heimskringla'', Snorri presents a euhemerized origin of the Norse gods and rulers descending from them. In chapter 5, Snorri asserts that the æsir (Áss) settled in what is now Sweden and built various temples. Snorri writes that Odin settled in Lake Logrin (Mälaren), "at a place which formerly was called Sigtúnir (Fornsigtuna). There he erected a large temple and made sacrifices according to the custom of the Æsir. He took possession of the land as far as he called it Sigtúnir. He gave dwelling places to the temple priests." Further, Snorri writes that, after this, Njörðr dwelt in Nóatún (Nóatún (mythology)), Freyr dwelt in Uppsala, Heimdall at Himinbjörg, Thor at Þrúðvangr, Baldr at Breiðablik and that to everyone Odin gave fine estates. Hollander (2007:10). The high point of the Punsch consumption in Sweden came during the nineteenth century and focused on the students and teachers in the universities of Uppsala and Lund. Many traditional songs from that time are about the consumption of punsch or are meant to be sung during the collective festivities that were part of the cultural life in the universities' student associations at the time and still is. Sickness The latter part of his life he spent in different mental institutions and hospitals to cure his mental illness and alcoholism, and eventually diabetes. During the first half of 1890 he spent a couple of years at the Suttestad institution in Lillehammer, Norway, where he finished his work on his third book of poetry ''Stänk och flikar'', which was published in 1896. He wrote much of the material at a mental institution in Görlitz, Germany (Görlitz). In 1896 he moved back to Sweden. But as the year neared Christmas, his sister Cecilia took the difficult decision to make him stay at a hospital in Uppsala. Under the care of professor Frey Svenson Fröding got away from liquor and women, except one, Ida Bäckman. To this day, people think that Ida Bäckman wanted to marry Fröding and corrupt him in some way WikiPedia:Uppsala Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Uppsala_County Localities Uppsala Commons:Category:Uppsala
'''Ferid Muhić''' (born 1944 in Zavidovići, Bosnia and Herzegovina) is a Professor of Philosophy at University Sts. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. He started his academic career as Assistant at the Institute for Sociological Research in Skopje in 1970. He entered the Department of Philosophy as Assistant in 1974; Associate Professor 1976-1980; Full-time Professor 1980-present. Visiting Professor in International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization, Kuala Lumpur; Florida State University; Syracuse University, New York; Sorbonne 8, Paris; and several universities in Southern-East Europe. Main professional specialties: contemporary philosophy, cultural anthropology, aesthetics and political philosophy. Aromanians (w:Aromanians) are a distinct ethnic group currently living mainly in Southeastern Europe (w:Southeastern Europe), especially Greece (w:Greece) and Macedonia (w:Republic of Macedonia). The Aromanians are closely related to the Romanian people (w:Romanians), both being descendants from the Latin peoples which lived in Southeastern Europe since the time of the Roman Empire (w:Roman Empire). The Aromanian language (w:Aromanian language), which is spoken by around 500,000 people internationally, is the closest language to Romanian (w:Romanian language). Six of the suspects are Swiss (w:Switzerland) nationals, two come from Serbia and Montenegro (w:Serbia and Montenegro), one comes from Italy (w:Italy), two from the Republic of Macedonia (w:Republic of Macedonia), one from the Dominican Republic (w:Dominican Republic) and one from Bosnia and Hercegovina (w:Bosnia and Hercegovina). All live in Zurich.
with Freytag in her previous band, The Tripolinas Breaking Free From The Past: An Interview With Claudia Brucken, by Nix Lowrey, April 7th, 2011 ), music-journalist Paul Morley signed the band to Trevor Horn's newly-formed ZTT Records label. ''Yorktown'' received the Atlantic Fleet's "Top Gun" award for outstanding naval gunfire support in 1987. During the second deployment from September 1987 to March 1988, ''Yorktown'' participated in numerous U.S. and NATO exercises, as well as multi-national exercises with Morocco, France, West Germany, Tunisia, and Turkey. It was on this Mediterranean deployment that ''Yorktown'' gained worldwide publicity from operations conducted in the Black Sea as part of Freedom of Navigation program. Campbell, "USS Caron's Black Sea Scrape Furthered International Law, National Interest", ''The Virginian-Pilot'' and the ''Ledger-Star'', 12 June 1988, at C3, col. 1. On 12 February 1988, while the Yorktown was exercising the "right of innocent passage" through Soviet territorial waters (a transit which, according to Richard L. Armitage (Richard Armitage (politician)), then Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, "from an operational standpoint" was "not necessary") Lieutenant Commander John W. Rolph, "Freedom of Navigation and the Black Sea Bumping Incident: How "Innocent" Must Innocent Passage Be?", ''Military Law Review'', Vol no. 136 (December 2005), pp. 146 the Soviet Chronik 30 Jahre – History of Post SV Berlin Rugby, accessed: 11 April 2010 - ''Flight of the Eagle'' ''Ingenjör Andées luftfärd (:sv:Ingenjör Andrées luftfärd (film))'' 1982 Jan Troell Sweden, West Germany, Norway ''Ingenjör Andées luftfärd'' Per Olof Sundman 1967 Novel - First documented in the 13th century, Berlin became the capital of the Kingdom of Prussia (w:Kingdom of Prussia) (1701–1918), the German Empire (w:German Empire) (1871–1918), the Weimar Republic (w:Weimar Republic) (1919–33) and the Third Reich (w:Third Reich) (1933–45). Berlin in the 1920s (w:1920s Berlin) was the third largest municipality in the world. After World War II, the city, along with the German state, was divided - into East Berlin (w:East Berlin) — capital of the German Democratic Republic (w:German Democratic Republic), colloquially identified in English as East Germany — and West Berlin (w:West Berlin), a political exclave (w:exclave) (surrounded by the Berlin Wall (w:Berlin Wall) from 1961 to 1989) and a ''de facto'' (although not ''de jure'' (w:Allied Control Council)) state of the Federal Republic of Germany (w:Federal Republic of Germany), known colloquially in English as West Germany (w:West Germany) from 1949 to 1990. Following German reunification (w:German reunification) in 1990, the city was once more designated as the capital of all Germany. NATO (w:NATO) has been present in Germany since the end of World War II and its presence played an important role in the Cold War, when Germany was split into West Germany (w:West Germany) and East Germany (w:East Germany). The 27,000-pages of documents released on Tuesday reveal that while the United States (w:United States) and West Germany (w:West Germany) knew the location of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann (w:Adolf Eichmann) two years before his capture, the fact was kept secret. The documents were declassified as part of the Nazi War Criminals Disclosure Act (w:Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records Interagency Working Group) of 1998.
formed Rites of Spring in 1984, breaking free of hardcore's self-imposed boundaries in favor of melodic guitars, varied rhythms, and deeply personal, impassioned lyrics. Greenwald, p. 12. Many of the band's themes would become familiar tropes in later generations of emo music, including nostalgia, romantic bitterness, and poetic desperation. Greenwald, pp. 12–13. Their performances became public emotional purges where audience members would sometimes