Vince White

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Vince White, né le 31 mars 1960 (55 ans) à Marylebone, est un guitariste britannique connu pour sa participation au groupe punk The Clash de 1984 jusqu’à sa séparation 1986.

Alors qu’il a 23 ans, Vincent White est choisi en compagnie de Nick Sheppard pour remplacer Mick Jones au sein des Clash 2016 soccer jerseys en ligne. Ce dernier vient alors d’être expulsé du groupe par le chanteur Joe Strummer et le manager Bernard Rhodes vestes bogner, avec le consentement du bassiste Paul Simonon sacs de mode. En 1984, le guitariste participe donc à la dernière tournée du groupe et, en 1985, joue sur l’album Cut the Crap, le pire du groupe selon les critiques musicales.
En 1986, après la mauvaise réception de son dernier disque, Strummer décide de dissoudre le groupe.
Depuis la séparation du groupe, Vince White n’a eu aucune apparition publique marquante à l’exception de la publication de son livre Out of Control : The Last Days of The Clash, sorti le 31 mars 2007, qui décrit les dernières années des Clash et la tournée Out of Control Tour chaussures timberland.

Coco Levy Fund scam

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The Coco Levy Fund Scam was a controversy in the 1970s and 80’s in the Philippines involving the former President Ferdinand Marcos and his cronies. It is alleged that Marcos, Danding Cojuangco, Juan Ponce Enrile, and others conspired to tax coconut farmers, promising them the development of the coconut industry and a share of the investments, but on the contrary were used for personal profit particularly in the purchase of United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB) and majority stake in San Miguel Corporation (SMC), to name a few.
The issue is still ongoing up to this day, with coconut farmers fighting for justice against the forced taxation, and a share of the Coco Levy Funds’ investments. The Coco Levy Fund is estimated to have ballooned anywhere in the range of P100-150 billion in assets.
The recent Supreme Court decision awarding P85 million in coconut levy funds is the latest turn in the 40-year struggle to bring to poor coconut farmers the benefits of the Marcos-era levies gouged from them.

The Philippine coconut industry is responsible for 25% of the volume of the agricultural sector, and it is reportedly present in 68 of the 79 provinces of the country. Next to sugar, coconut products is also the leading agricultural export of the Philippines, with 37 products and by-products that were exported to 114 countries. The major exports are crude and refined oil, copra meal, desiccated coconut, activated carbon, and oleo-chemicals. About one-third of the Philippine population depends mainly on coconut production for its livelihood.
The legal beginnings of the levy could be found in the Republic Act 6260, the Coconut Investment Act, of 19 June 1971. The act calls for the creation of a Coconut Investment Fund and a Coconut Investment Company (CIC). The objective of the CIC was to: (a) To fully tap the potential of the coconut planters in order to maximize their production and give them greater responsibility in directing and developing the coconut industry; (b) to accelerate the growth of the coconut industry and other related coconut products from the raw material stage to the semi-finished and finally, the finished product stage; (c) to improve, develop and expand the marketing system; and (d) to ensure stable and better incomes for coconut farmers.
On 30 June 1973, President Marcos created the Philippine Coconut Authority through P.D. 232. The PCA’s mandate was “to promote accelerated growth and development of the coconut and other palm oils industry so that the benefits of such growth shall accrue to the greatest number, and to provide continued leadership and support in the integrated development of the industry bags sale.” The said decree also consolidated the responsibilities and activities of the Coconut Coordinating Council (CCC)

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The Coco Levy Case (Sandiganbayan Civil Case No. 33) is actually subdivided into a total of eight cases involving different parties and properties. Arguably the most important case is Case No. 33-F, which involves 51% of the shares of mega-conglomerate San Miguel Corporation. This majority stake at San Miguel has been further subdivided into three separate litigations

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, each of which reaching the Supreme Court in highly contentious proceedings.
The first case involved 4% of San Miguel shares, which, in the case of San Miguel Corporation vs. Sandiganbayan, was awarded by the Supreme Court to the government. The second case, Republic of the Philippines vs. Sandiganbayan and Eduardo Cojuangco Jr., involved a 20% block that the Supreme Court, voting 7–4, awarded to Eduardo “Danding” Cojuangco. The most recent High Court pronouncement came early this year, Philippine Coconut Producers Federation, Inc. (COCOFED) vs. Republic of the Philippines, where the Court, voting 11–0, declared that the remaining 27% of San Miguel is owned by the government. (Note: The 27% had been diluted to 24% due the government’s failure to subscribe to the increased authorized capital stock of San Miguel)

Custody and Repatriation (China)

Custody and Repatriation (Verhaftung und Rückführung) war eine Vorgehensweise der Polizei, die in der Volksrepublik China praktiziert wurde. Basierend auf dem Hukou-System konnten von 1982 bis 2003 Personen ohne Niederlassungserlaubnis oder temporäre Wohnerlaubnis verhaftet und an ihren eingetragenen ständigen Wohnsitz zurückgebracht werden. Dies betraf vor allem weit über 100 Millionen Wanderarbeiter aus ländlichen Regionen, die sich in Städten aufhielten, um dort z. B. im Hoch- oder Tiefbau zu arbeiten.

Die chinesische Vorgehensweise der “Custody and Repatriation” (C&R) ähnelte der Behandlung von illegalen Einwanderern in anderen Staaten wie z converse online. B. den USA. In beiden Fällen war es für die Beschuldigten schwierig oder unmöglich, ihre Rechte einzuklagen oder in die Berufung zu gehen. Die Gründe für die Verhaftung beruhten in beiden Fällen im Wesentlichen auf Arbeitsmigration. In westlichen Ländern dient diese Praxis wie z. B. das Auffanglager auf Lampedusa in Italien dem Schutz der eigenen Bevölkerung und es werden Menschen aus anderen Ländern und Kulturkreisen interniert. Dahingegen richtete sich die chinesische Vorgehensweise gegen die eigene Landbevölkerung, auf deren Allianz mit den Arbeitern lt. Artikel 1 der Verfassung die Volksrepublik China beruht. Hintergrund dieser Regelung ist der enorme Migrationsdruck innerhalb Chinas, den die Zahl von 200 Millionen Wanderarbeitern im Jahr 2006 verdeutlicht.
Für das Jahr 2000 wurden 800 Internierungslager (ohne die von der öffentlichen Sicherheit errichteten Lager in Peking) und lt. Human Rights in China offiziell über 3,2 Millionen Inhaftierungen und lt. Amnesty International 2002 über 1 Million Gefangene angegeben. Neben Arbeitsmigranten wurden dort Obdachlose, Bettler, Geisteskranke, Kriminelle und Bittsteller inhaftiert. Nach offiziellen Angaben waren 5 % der Inhaftierten unter 18 Jahre alt. Zudem mussten die Inhaftierten selbst für ihre Unterbringung aufkommen.
Essen und sanitäre Bedingungen waren in den Internierungslagern schlechter als in regulären Gefängnissen und Arbeitslagern. Die oft monatelang Inhaftierten wurden regelmäßig von der Polizei oder den Zellenbossen geschlagen und mussten sehr lange, schwere Arbeit verrichten. Junge Frauen und Mädchen wurden von Kriminellen aus den Internierungslagern freigekauft, um sie in die Prostitution zu zwingen. Das jüngste Mädchen, das von der Pekinger Polizei aus einem Hotel befreit worden ist, nachdem der Hotelmanager es aus einem Internierungslager gekauft hatte, sei 13 Jahre alt gewesen, wie Human Rights in China berichtete.
Grundlage des C&R-Systems war das 1961 eingerichtete Hukou-Meldesystem. 1982 wurde darauf aufbauend das C&R-System mit der offiziellen Begründung eingerichtet, die Situation von Bettlern und Obdachlosen zu verbessern. Ursprünglich wurde es daher auf „Personen ohne drei“ angewendet – ohne festen Wohnsitz, ohne Lebensgrundlage und ohne Wohnerlaubnis in der jeweiligen Stadt. Dieses System verbindet traditionelle Familienregister mit der Arbeitserlaubnis (von der Polizei für Arbeitseinheiten oder Arbeiter erteilt), um unkontrollierte Bevölkerungsbewegungen zu verhindern.
1991 wurde das C&R-System auf Menschen ausgeweitet, die lediglich keine Wohn- oder keine Arbeitserlaubnis hatten. Als aber die ökonomische Entwicklung der Städte verstärkt Arbeitsmigranten benötigte, wurde es nur unzureichend angepasst bzw. vom Büro für Öffentliche Sicherheit unverhältnismäßig verschärft. Die Missbräuche wurden vor allem in den Jahren vor 2003 offensichtlich. Es gab interne und externe Warnungen und Diskussionen, die jedoch nur wenige Verbesserungen brachten und kaum einen Effekt hatten. Außerdem kam es zu unveröffentlichten Todesfällen, die den später publizierten ähnelten.
Beendet wurde die administrative Vorgehensweise der “Custody and Repatriation” 2003 von der Zentralregierung, nachdem ein Todesfall große Aufmerksamkeit in Zeitungen und im Internet erhalten hatte.
Am 20. März 2003 starb der 27-jährige Sun Zhigang in der Klinik eines Internierungslagers in der südchinesischen Provinz Guangzhou, einer Region, die stark von Arbeitsmigranten abhängt. Sun Zhigang war ein Modedesigner, der nach Guangzhou gegangen war, um dort zu arbeiten. Als er drei Wochen nach Beginn seiner Arbeit in ein Internetcafe gehen wollte, wurde er von der Polizei nach seiner Wohnerlaubnis und seinem Ausweis gefragt. Er hatte noch keine Wohnerlaubnis beantragt und seinen Ausweis vergessen jacken outlet. Er rief einen Freund an und bat ihn, ihm seinen Ausweis zu bringen. Drei Tage später rief eine Freundin seine Familie an und berichtet vom Tod Suns.
Eine offizielle Autopsie der Universität Zhongshan wies nach, dass Sun vor seinem Tod brutal geschlagen worden war, auch wenn sein Körper keine Zeichen von äußeren Verletzungen aufwies. Die Autopsie fand Blutungen unter der Haut mit einem Ausmaß von 60 * 50 cm. Das heißt, dass sein gesamter Rücken betroffen war, was seinen Tod verursacht hat. Die Klinik des Internierungslagers hatte als Todesursache einen Herzinfarkt angegeben.
Suns Familie konnte lange Zeit keinen Reporter finden, der über seinen Tod berichten wollte. Schließlich gab sie die Ergebnisse der Autopsie an Reporter der Nanfang City News weiter. Diese titelte am 25. April 2003: „Sun Zhigang was beaten to death“.
Der Fall zog in Hunderttausenden von Nachrichten im Internet Kreise bis schließlich drei Juristen an den Nationalen Volkskongress schrieben und die Praxis der “Custody and Repatriation” in Frage stellten. Ein Problem mit diesem Gesetz sei, dass es vom Staatsrat der Volksrepublik China und nicht vom Nationalen Volkskongress in Kraft gesetzt worden war, argumentierten sie. Daher sei das Gesetz nicht verfassungskonform, weil es Bürgerrechte außer Kraft setze, was lediglich dem Nationalen Volkskongress zustehe.
In der Folge wurden zwölf Personen für den Tod Sun Zhigangs verurteilt. Dabei wurden zwei Todesstrafen, eine lebenslange Strafe und drei 15-jährige Haftstrafen verhängt lancel taschen online. Es wird jedoch angenommen, dass die Aufklärung des Verbrechens in die Nähe oder direkt den ursprünglich verantwortlichen Autoritäten gegeben wurde. Angeklagt wurden fünf Mitarbeiter der Krankenstation, in der Sun starb und acht Mitinhaftierte. Auffällig war, dass kein Polizist unter den Angeklagten war. Auch wurde keine Erklärung dafür abgegeben, warum Sun bewusstlos in die Krankenstation gebracht worden war und warum andere Kranke einen bewusstlosen Mann schlagen sollten. Fast zwei Jahre später wurde berichtet, dass auch sechs Polizeioffiziere und Offizielle für den Tod von Sun verurteilt wurden.
Ende 2003 begannen Untersuchungen der Finanzen der Zeitung Nanfang City News. Der Editor Cheng Yizhong und drei seiner Kollegen wurden inhaftiert jordan outlet. Ihnen wurde Korruption und Unterschlagung öffentlicher Gelder im Zusammenhang mit dem Bericht über Suns Tod vorgeworfen. Yu Huafeng und Li Minying wurden zu 12 bzw. 11 Jahren Haft verurteilt. Nach erheblichem Widerstand gegen die Ausschaltung des Managements der populärsten und profitabelsten Zeitung des Landes wurden die bereits ausgesprochenen Strafen auf acht bzw. sechs Jahre reduziert und Cheng wurde freigelassen.
Am 20. Juni 2003 kündigte der Ministerpräsident Wen Jiabao an, dass die Vorgehensweise der “Custody and Repatriation” am 1. August 2003 abgeschafft würde. Des Weiteren würden die Internierungslager durch „Maßnahmen zur Unterstützung von mittellosen Obdachlosen und Bettlern in Städten“ ersetzt.
Die Zentren für Obdachlose, die weiter bestehen bleiben, dürfen seitdem weder Gebühren von den Familien verlangen, noch die Obdachlosen zur Arbeit auffordern. Das gesetzliche Hukou-System existiert zwar weiter, es ist aber jedem “Landbewohner” inzwischen erlaubt, sich ungehindert in einer Stadt aufzuhalten. Um eine Arbeit aufzunehmen oder sich eine Wohnung zu mieten braucht er jedoch immer noch eine Aufenthaltsgenehmigung.
Einige Probleme der Arbeitsmigranten bestehen jedoch weiterhin. Es wird berichtet, dass sie häufig ihre ohnehin geringen Löhne nicht erhalten, Schwierigkeiten haben, von ihren Arbeitgebern versichert zu werden oder medizinische Versorgung zu erhalten. 2005 standen ca. 10 Milliarden Euro an Lohnzahlungen aus. Ferner ist die Sicherheit am Arbeitsplatz nicht gewährleistet bei 2000 Toten allein unter Pekings Bauarbeitern jährlich.

Aneta Corsaut

Aneta Louise Corsaut (November 3, 1933 – November 6, 1995) was an American actress and writer. She is best known for playing Helen Crump on The Andy Griffith Show (1963–1968).

Born in Hutchinson, Kansas, Corsaut was the daughter of Jesse Harrison and Opal J. (née Swarens) Corsaut. She majored in drama at Northwestern University and studied acting with Lee Strasberg. During her junior year, Corsaut dropped out to pursue a career in acting, although during the run of The Andy Griffith Show, Corsaut took courses at UCLA with plans to earn her degree.
She began her acting career in New York in the mid-1950s. In 1958, Corsaut and Steve McQueen made their film debuts in the independent cult horror film, The Blob.
Corsaut first appeared on the long-running Griffith show in 1963 as schoolteacher Helen Crump, who later became the Mayberry sheriff’s wife on the first episode of the spinoff Mayberry R.F.D. Corsaut also had a continuing role as policeman Bumper Morgan’s pawn shop owner friend on the series The Blue Knight and as Irma Howell in the short-lived series Mrs. G. Goes to College Sandro Online. In the TV series Adam-12, Corsaut portrayed Officer Pete Malloy’s girlfriend, Judy. She had a supporting role as Head Nurse Bradley in the 1980s sitcom House Calls, and also appeared in several episodes of Matlock with star Andy Griffith

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. In addition, Corsaut played the role of nurse Jesse Brewer in 1977 on the long-running ABC soap opera General Hospital when long-time portrayer Emily McLaughlin was too ill to work.
She returned to the role of Helen Crump in two reunion shows, Return to Mayberry in 1986 and The Andy Griffith Show Reunion in 1993.
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Examples of this rule may be found in file directories. The top-most directory has zero parent directories. Each subdirectory has exactly one parent directory. Each directory may contain an arbitrary number of files or subdirectories. An example of a violation of this rule is that some file systems impose a hard limit of 65,536 files in a directory karen millen sale.
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Wie über viele andere Vertreter der Fettschwanz-Beutelmäuse ist über ihr Verhalten kaum etwas bekannt. Im Gegensatz zu anderen Fettschwanz-Beutelmausarten können sie sich nicht nur in einem einzigen Jahr fortpflanzen. Die Jungtiere werden zwischen September und Oktober geboren, mit zehn Monaten erreichen sie die Geschlechtsreife.
Pseudantechinus woolleyae wurde erst 1988 erstbeschrieben, vorher galt die Art als konspezifisch mit Pseudantechinus macdonnellensis adidas deutschland. Das Artepitheton woolleyae ehrt Dr giuseppe zanotti sneaker. Patricia Woolley, eine australische Zoologin. Die Systematik ist allerdings nicht restlos geklärt, durch die Hereinnahme von P. woolleyae und P. bilarni könnte die Gattung Pseudantechinus paraphyletisch geworden sein.

Data analysis expressions

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The Data Analysis eXpressions (DAX) language provides a specialized syntax for querying Analysis Services tabular model. DAX is NOT a programming language. DAX is a formula language. You can use DAX to define custom calculations for Calculated Columns and for Calculated Fields (measures) in Analysis Services Tabular Model.
DAX was developed by the SQL Server Analysis Services team at Microsoft as part of Project Gemini and released in 2009 with the first version of the PowerPivot for Excel 2010 Add-in. Both DAX and MDX can be used to query PowerPivot and Tabular models, however only MDX may be used to query multidimensional SSAS models (cubes) in versions of SSAS up to SQL Server 2012 RTM. Future versions of SSAS (both multidimensional & tabular models) will support DAX natively.
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Furness

Furness /ˈfɜːrnᵻs/ is a peninsula and region in south Cumbria, England. While the name originally referred to the peninsula only, it can also refer more broadly to the whole of North Lonsdale, that part of the Lonsdale hundred that is an exclave of the historic county of Lancashire and also known as Detached Lancashire, lying to the north of Morecambe Bay. Since the boundary changes which removed the area from Lancashire, the use of the word Furness for the whole area has increased.
The area may be divided into Low Furness and High Furness. Low Furness is the peninsula itself; also an electoral ward which had a total population taken at the 2011 Census of 1,648. It juts out into the Irish Sea and delineates the western edge of Morecambe Bay. Another ward called Mid Furness exists. The population of this ward also taken at the 2011 Census was 3,981. The southern end of the peninsula is dominated by the bay’s tidal mudflats. The long thin island of Walney lies off the peninsula’s south-west coast

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. High Furness is the northern part of the area, that was part of North Lonsdale but is not on the peninsula itself. Much of it is within the Lake District National Park, and it includes the Furness Fells. It borders England’s largest body of water, Windermere. Additionally, the Cartmel Peninsula, a separate peninsula between the estuaries of the rivers Leven and Kent, is often included in definitions of Furness.
The town of Barrow-in-Furness dominates the region with about 55% of the total population of 102,000. Other principal settlements are Ulverston, Dalton-in-Furness, Coniston, Broughton-in-Furness, and Askam and Ireleth.

The oldest record of its name is as Fuþþernessa about 1150, meaning ‘headland by the rump-shamped island’.
Evidence of Roman inhabitation has remained scarce until recently, but archaeological surveys in Urswick have suggested that the local church dates to this time, and may even have been a monastery. It has also been claimed that this was the birthplace of St Patrick. Furness was, prior to Anglo-Saxon settlement, part of the British Kingdom of Strathclyde.
By the time of the Domesday Book, Furness was at the very north-western corner of William the Conqueror’s kingdom, disputed by England and the Scots. The Domesday Book recorded 26 vills or townships forming the Manor of Hougun as being held by Earl Tostig. In the Domesday Book, “Houganai” or “island of Hougun” was the name given to the adjacent Walney Island. Hougun (believed to derive from the Old Norse word haugr meaning hill or mound) was the name given to Furness.
As the border moved northwards, the status of Furness became more settled, and the later Middle Ages saw it dominated by the monks of Furness Abbey. They owned much of the local land and administered the area from Dalton Castle; they also constructed Piel Castle. Buildings from this age are in the traditional sandstone of the region

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, which was later used for the Gothic style town hall of Barrow-in-Furness in the Victorian era. At one stage, the power and wealth of Furness Abbey was exceeded in the United Kingdom only by Kirkstall Abbey in Leeds. However, the monastery fell to ruins during the Dissolution of the Monasteries in the 1530s. The Abbey’s lands in Furness were passed to the Duchy of Lancaster in 1540.
Furness remained a remote farming and fishing district, accessible only across the dangerous sands of Morecambe Bay[citation needed]. William Wordsworth was among those who enjoyed the remote splendour of the area, writing a number of sonnets about local features such as Piel Castle and the River Duddon. The highland areas of High Furness began to experience tourism in the late 18th century, before the tourist boom of the Victorian era.
The fortunes of Furness changed dramatically in 1840s and 1850s, when William Schneider found iron ore deposits at Dalton-in-Furness. These deposits were spread throughout the Dalton area in Askam, Lindal and Roose as well as Dalton. The Furness Railway was built to transport this ore, with the first line running from Kirkby to Dalton and then extended down to Rampside. Rampside was not suitable for the shipment of the ore so a later line was built from Dalton to the hamlet of Barrow. With the later extension of the line to Ulverston and that town’s rail link to Lancaster it provided the area with its first safe transport route to the rest of England.[citation needed]
The iron ore and steelworks were, at one time, the biggest in the world Cheap Maje On Sale. The population of Barrow-in-Furness rose from a few families to 47,000 by 1881, surpassing Dalton-in-Furness and Ulverston as the area’s biggest town, and engulfing a number of smaller villages along the way. The Furness Railway expanded to the mining sites at Coniston and Greenodd, and helped develop Barrow. Mining in Furness reached its peak in 1882, when 1,408,693 tons of ore were won. At the same time, the popularity of tourism in the Coniston and Hawkshead areas increased, popularised in part by the work of John Ruskin.
Tourism in High Furness was promoted by the writings of Beatrix Potter in the early 20th century. Potter was one of the largest landowners in the area

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, eventually donating her many properties to the National Trust. In particular, sites such as Coniston Water, Tarn Hows and Windermere became popular.
Iron and steel soon gave way to shipbuilding in Low Furness, and Barrow’s docks became one of the largest in the United Kingdom. In particular, submarine development became a speciality of the town, with the Royal Navy’s first submarines built there. During the World Wars, this allowed Furness to escape many of the economic problems that other areas suffered, due to the constant work provided by the military. Although tourism declined, the rural areas of Furness could rely on agriculture for survival.
After World War II demand for ships and submarines remained high, while the development of the Lake District National Park fostered tourism further. Attractions such as the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway, steamers on Windermere and Coniston Water, and fell walking, caused parts of Furness to become dependent on the tourist trade.
In the early 1990s, the decline of shipbuilding led to mass redundancies in the area. The shipyard’s employment figures fell from 20,000 to 3,000 in a twenty-year period. However, the shipyard at Barrow remains England’s busiest and the only nuclear submarine facility in the country. Tourism has increased even more, with the Aquarium of the Lakes and South Lakes Safari Zoo among the newer attractions.
Transport has become an increasingly controversial issue, with conservation groups and local business clashing over the need for improvements to the A590 trunk road, the main link to the M6 Motorway. Proposals for a road bridge over Morecambe Bay have appeared, but are yet to progress beyond the planning stages.
The Furness region consists mostly of low-lying hills, forests and flats, with some higher ground towards the north.
The highest point of the region is Coniston Old Man at 803 m (2634 ft). Other notable summits include Dow Crag, Wetherlam and Swirl How which, together with “The Old Man”, are known as the Furness Fells. Gummer’s How at 321 m (1053 ft) is the highest of the foothills in the east of the region, while Kirkby Moor reaches an elevation of 333 m (1093 ft) in the south-west of Furness.
Lakes include Windermere, Coniston Water and Esthwaite Water. The wide expanse of Grizedale Forest stands in-between these lakes.
The population of the Borough of Barrow-in-Furness stood at 69,087 in 2011 while the 16 South Lakeland wards which constitute the remainder of North Lonsdale had a population of 32,596.
The largest settlement by far in Furness is Barrow-in-Furness which had a population of just under 60,000 in 2011, only two other Furness towns have a population exceeding 10,000 (Ulverston and Dalton).
Towns and villages in Furness include:
Furness was an exclave of the historic county of Lancashire, bordering Cumberland to the north-west and Westmorland to the north-east (see Three Shire Stone). It has been known as “Lancashire beyond the sands [of Morecambe Bay]” or “north of the sands” or “over the sands” as in Grange-over-Sands. The area formed the northern part of the hundred of Lonsdale.
In 1974 Furness became part of the shire county of Cumbria. At the district level it now consists of the entire borough of Barrow Borough and part of South Lakeland including the wards of Broughton, Cartmel and Grange West, Coniston and Crake Valley, Grange North, Grange South, Hawkshead, Holker, Low Furness, Mid Furness, Stavely-in-Cartmel and Ulverston (Central, East, North, South, Town and West).
The Barrow and Furness UK Parliament constituency covers the north, east and west of the Furness region.
Industry is the largest employer in the Furness region, and has been for over 100 years. Currently the biggest employers in the area are:
Coordinates: 54°16′12″N 3°05′19″W / 54.27004°N 3.08853°W / 54.27004; -3.08853

Daniel Bénédite

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Daniel Bénédite, né Daniel Ungemach en 1912 et mort le 15 octobre 1990 est un militant socialiste et résistant français maillots de foots.
Daniel Bénédite choisit de prendre le nom de famille de sa mère après la séparation de ses parents.
Après des études à la Sorbonne, qu’il achève avec une licence de philosophie, il trouve un emploi à la préfecture de Police de Paris. Il gravit progressivement les échelons jusqu’à devenir chef de cabinet du Préfet.
Il s’engage politique assez tôt, au sein des jeunesses socialistes, puis de la SFIO. Il y fréquente les militants de l’aîle la plus à gauche du parti, notamment René Lefeuvre et l’équipe de la revue Masses, ou encore Daniel Guérin, Michel Collinet, Raymond Abellio, Colette Audry.
Il rejoint le courant Gauche révolutionnaire, mené par Marceau Pivert, et adhère logiquement au parti socialiste ouvrier et paysan créé par ce dernier après son exclusion de la SFIO en 1938.
Il est mobilisé en 1939 et sert jusqu’à l’été 1940 comme sous-officier d’artillerie.
A son retour à la vie civile, il démissionne de la préfecture de police. Il rejoint la “zone libre” et devient un des principaux collaborateur de Varian Fry, chargé de l’organisation du Comité américain de secours, qui organise le départ pour les Etats-Unis ou le Royaume-Uni d’intellectuels antifascistes. Il apporte son soutien et fréquente alors André Breton, Victor Serge, Sylvain Itkine ou Jean Malaquais. Environ 1 200 personnes bénéficient de cette aide.
Sous surveillance des autorités de Vichy, Bénédite est plusieurs fois arrêté et interrogé. Il ne parvient pas à empêcher la fermeture du CAS en juin 1942. Défendus par Gaston Defferre, les dirigeants du CAS sont condamnés aux travaux forcés. Bénédite parvient cependant à détruire toutes les archives et à s’enfuir. Il s’installe alors dans le Var sous le pseudonyme de Marcel Corblet.
Il participe à la création du réseau de renseignement “Tartane-Masséna”, dirigé par Paul Schmierer, et en 1943 maillots de football, organisa une coopérative forestière en lieu de transit pour réfugiés et opposants.
C’est à cette occasion qu’il rentre en contact avec des cadres de l’organisation de la résistance armée. Par leur entremise maillots en ligne, il entre dans la clandestinité combattante au sein du réseau Franc-Tireur.
Arrêté en même temps que Josep Rebull en en mai 1944, il n’est libéré qu’en août, par les FFI au sein desquels il termine la guerre, participant notamment à l’occupation de l’Allemagne.
Après la guerre, Bénédite devient journaliste à Franc-Tireur. Il participe à la création du Rassemblement démocratique révolutionnaire, mouvement éphémère qui est son dernier engagement partisan.
Actif dans les milieux de gauche et anti-colonialiste, il ne rejoint cependant aucune organisation particulière sacs lancel pas cher 2016.
Il se suicide en 1990, se sachant atteint d’une maladie incurable et incapacitante.

Bao Zhao

Bao Zhao (Chinese: 鮑照; c. 414 – September 466), courtesy name Mingyuan (明遠)

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, was an early medieval Chinese poet, writer, and official known for his shi poetry, fu rhapsodies, and parallel prose. Bao’s best known surviving work is his “Fu on the Ruined City” (Wú chéng fù 蕪城賦), a long fu rhapsody on the ruined city of Guangling prada shoes.
Bao Zhao was born around the year 414, though historical sources give contradictory information on his birthplace. He was probably born in the town of Jingkou (modern Zhenjiang, Jiangsu Province), though sources variously say he was born in Shangdang (modern Zhangzi County, Shanxi Province) or Xuzhou (modern Tancheng County nike soccer jerseys 2016 Shop, Shandong Province). Bao’s younger sister Bao Linghui was also a poet, with seven poems still extant.
Little is known of Bao’s early life. He was probably a farmer as a young man before beginning his career as an official on the staffs of local princes of the Liu Song dynasty. From about 438, Bao served as an attendant gentleman (shìláng 侍郎) to Liu Yiqing (劉義慶), the prince of Linchuan. In the early 440s, Liu served as governor of Jiangzhou (roughly corresponding to modern Jiangxi and Fujian Provinces), and Bao writes that he traveled around the area of modern Jiujiang, writing poems on the mountain scenery around Mount Lu.
After Liu Yiqing’s death in 444, Bao briefly returned home to Jingkou, then in 445 joined the staff of Liu Jun (劉駿; 436–463), another Liu Song prince, who was serving as governor of Yangzhou (modern Nanjing). Bao spent a number of years in Liu Jun’s service, and accompanied him on his campaign to retaliate against the Xianbei-ruled Northern Wei dynasty, which had invaded southern China in January 451. Bao left Liu Jun’s staff about 452, spending the next 12 years serving in various local governmental positions, as well as a stint in the imperial capital Jiankang (modern Nanjing) as a professor at the Imperial Academy.
In 464, Bao joined the staff of the seven-year-old prince Liu Zixu (劉子頊; 457–466), who nominally served as governor of Jingzhou. In early 466, another Liu Song prince rebelled and declared himself Emperor, and Liu Zixu soon joined the rebellion

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, probably encouraged by his adult advisors. The rebellion was put down in the following months, and in September 466 imperial forces retook Jingzhou. The nine-year-old Liu Zixu was forced to commit suicide, after which all of his staff members, including Bao, were executed.
Bao Zhao’s works were gathered into a collection several decades after his death, but this collection seems to have been lost sometime during the Tang dynasty (618–907). Eleven of Bao’s poems are preserved in the early medieval anthology Selections of Refined Literature (Wen xuan 文選).
Bao’s most famous piece is his “Fu on the Ruined City” (Wú chéng fù 蕪城賦), a moving fu rhapsody on the former capital, Guangling, which had been razed to the ground in the Northern Wei invasion of January 451. Another of Bao’s surviving fu rhapsodies is “Fu on the Dancing Cranes” (Wǔ hè fù 舞鶴賦), which describes a troupe of trained performing cranes.
Bao also composed shi poetry, and was skilled in the yuefu lyrical song genre.
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