Places Known For

establishing international


Morelia

of this kind (1944–1961 and again since 1976) in Mexico. He was the rector of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (March 1965 to April 1966). He was instrumental in establishing international cooperation in cardiology after World War II. He founded and chaired the Mexican Society of Cardiology (1935) and the Interamerican Society of Cardiology (1946). Also in 1946, along with Paul Dudley White and Charles Laubry, he co-founded the International Society of Cardiology (World Heart Federation), an organization of which he was vice-chairman (1958–1962) and honorary life chairman (after 1962). He presided over the fourth World Congress of Cardiology held in Mexico City in 1962. He was a member of the counseling committee of the World Health Organization (1955) and the Organization of American States (1958–1966). He participated in 18 different cardiology societies in all America and Europe. He was appointed honorary doctor or rector of 95 universities around the world. He was a founding member of El Colegio Nacional (1943). - 6 Estadio Morelos 41,500 http: www.fuerzamonarca.com monarcas4.0 aspnet default.aspx Morelia Michoacán Monarcas Morelia - - 27 Estadio Venustiano Carranza 22,200 Morelia Michoacán Monarcas Morelia Femenil - WikiPedia:Morelia Dmoz:Regional North_America Mexico States Michoacan Localities Morelia Commons:Category:Morelia


Columbus, Ohio

flights There have been several attempts at establishing international passenger service at the airport. In April 2004 Laker Airways Bahamas Ltd. (Laker Airways (Bahamas)) announced flights from Lansing to the Bahamas, with an intermediate stop at Rickenbacker International Airport (LCK) in Columbus, Ohio, to begin that fall. Murray, Stefanie. Airline plans Lansing-to-Bahamas flights in fall, ''Lansing State Journal


Prague

of Cardiology, the first hospital of this kind (1944–1961 and again since 1976) in Mexico. He was the rector of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (March 1965 to April 1966). He was instrumental in establishing international cooperation in cardiology after World War II. He founded and chaired the Mexican Society of Cardiology (1935) and the Interamerican Society of Cardiology (1946). Also in 1946, along with Paul Dudley White and Charles Laubry, he co-founded the International Society of Cardiology (World Heart Federation), an organization of which he was vice-chairman (1958–1962) and honorary life chairman (after 1962). He presided over the fourth World Congress of Cardiology held in Mexico City in 1962. He was a member of the counseling committee of the World Health Organization (1955) and the Organization of American States (1958–1966). He participated in 18 different cardiology societies in all America and Europe. He was appointed honorary doctor or rector of 95 universities around the world. He was a founding member of El Colegio Nacional (1943). A Yiddish translation, with excellent illustrations, was published by Michael Adam (Zürich, 1546; Prague, 1607; Amsterdam, 1661); it was later revised by Menahem ben Solomon ha-Levi, and published under the title ''Keter Torah'' (Amsterdam, 1743). Another Latin translation, with Tam ibn Yahya's preface, was published by Joseph Gagnier (Oxford, 1706); a French (French language) translation of Kyberus' Latin supplement by F. de Belleforest was published in Genebrard's French translation of Josephus (Paris, 1609). The oldest extant abstract was made in southern Italy, about 1150, by Jerahmeel ben Solomon See the fragments published by Neubauer, ''M. J. C.'' i. 190; ''J. Q. R.'' xi. 364. and the translation of a portion by Moses Gaster. ''The Chronicles of Jerahmeel'', London, 1899. Another abstract, made in 1161 by Abraham ibn Daud and used as the third book of his ''Sefer Seder ha-Qabbalah'' was published (Mantua, 1513; Venice, 1545; Basel, 1580, etc.), with Münster's Latin translation, at Worms (Worms, Germany) (1529) and Basel (1559). 190px thumb right Paris (Front de Seine (File:Vista Paris 15.JPG)), France 190px thumb right Prague (File:Praha Pankrac.jpg), Czech Republic 190px thumb right Rome, Italy (File:Z eur1.jpg) Life and career He moved to Hungary in 1948 with his parents who were on a diplomatic mission, after two years in Prague. In 1960, with his brother Dušan (Dušan Sztevanovity) and their friends he founded an amateur band called Zenith, which changed its name to Metro (Metro (Hungarian band)) in 1961, when they began to play in the Metró Klub, the club of the underground building company. Dmoz:Regional Europe Czech Republic Regions Prague Commons:Category:Prague Wikipedia:Prague


Vienna

Wikipedia:Vienna Commons:Category:Vienna


Berlin

1976) in Mexico. He was the rector of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (March 1965 to April 1966). He was instrumental in establishing international cooperation in cardiology after World War II. He founded and chaired the Mexican Society of Cardiology (1935) and the Interamerican Society of Cardiology (1946). Also in 1946, along with Paul Dudley White and Charles Laubry, he co-founded the International Society of Cardiology (World Heart Federation), an organization of which he was vice-chairman (1958–1962) and honorary life chairman (after 1962). He presided over the fourth World Congress of Cardiology held in Mexico City in 1962. He was a member of the counseling committee of the World Health Organization (1955) and the Organization of American States (1958–1966). He participated in 18 different cardiology societies in all America and Europe. He was appointed honorary doctor or rector of 95 universities around the world. He was a founding member of El Colegio Nacional (1943). He was trained as a lawyer, later joining the German Army. As a lieutenant in the reserves, he was promoted to adjutant to Colonel Henning von Tresckow, a major leader in the resistance (Widerstand) against Adolf Hitler. He joined the resistance and acted as a secret liaison between Tresckow in Russia and Ludwig Beck, Carl Goerdeler, Hans Oster, and Friedrich Olbricht in Berlin, taking part in various coup d'état plans and plots. He married Luitgarde von Bismarck, born in Frankenstein in Schlesien (Ząbkowice Śląskie) on 12 May 1914 http: www.geneall.net D per_page.php?id 155761 Geneall and had the following children: * Herzeleide ... von Schlabrendorff (b. Berlin, 28 February 1940), married to Andreas Stökl (b. Hamburg, 15 June 1939) * Dieprand Ludwig Carl Hans-Otto von Schlabrendorff (b. Stettin, 18 May 1941), married to Eva von Polenz (b. Karlsruhe, 10 June 1950), without issue ** Moritz Ferdinand Berndt von Schlabrendorff (b. Tokyo, 30 November 1976) * Fabian Gotthard Herbert von Schlabrendorff (b. Berlin, 23 December 1944), married to María de la Cruz Caballero y Palomero (b. Plasencia, 20 December 1954), without issue * Maria ... von Schlabrendorff (b. Buch am Forst, 12 November 1948), married to Christian Eick (b. Baden-Baden, 7 July 1947) Biography Stern was born in Berlin, the grandson of the German-Jewish reform philosopher Sigismund Stern. He received his PhD in psychology from the University of Berlin, where he studied under Ebbinghaus in 1893. He taught at the University of Breslau from 1897 to 1916. In 1916 he was appointed Professor of Psychology at University of Hamburg, where he remained until 1933 as Director of the Psychologic Institute. Stern, a Jew, was ousted by Hitler's regime after the rise of Nazi (Nazism) power. He emigrated first to the Netherlands, then to the United States in 1933, where he was appointed Lecturer and Professor at Duke University. He taught at Duke until his death in 1938 because of a heart attack. Life Born in Berlin, Plenzdorf studied Philosophy in Leipzig, but graduated with a degree in film. He found work at DEFA. thumb Jacques Lenfant (File:Jacques Lenfant.jpg) '''Jacques L'enfant''' (April 13, 1661, Bazoches-en-Dunois, La Beauce (Beauce) - August 7, 1728, Berlin), French (France) Protestant divine, was born at Bazoches-en-Dunois in 1661, son of Paul L'enfant, Protestant pastor at Bazoche and afterwards at Châtillon-sur-Loing until the revocation of the edict of Nantes, when he removed to Cassel Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


Netherlands

saadet.zinciri.operasyonu.60.gozalti 576283.0 index.html Saadet zinciri operasyonu: 60 gözaltı the United Kingdom, and the United States. Pyramid Schemes ''Debra A. Valentine, General Counsel, Federal Trade Commission'' Local time Poincaré's work at the Bureau des Longitudes on establishing international time zones led him to consider how clocks at rest on the Earth, which would be moving at different


Italy

Colonial era (also see Age of Discovery).


Copyright (C) 2015-2017 PlacesKnownFor.com
Last modified: Tue Oct 10 05:56:30 EDT 2017