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. This article gives the “Courts or Tribunals” of Member States the power to refer matters involving the interpretation or application of European Union law to the ECJ. It was held in this case that the ECJ could not rule on questions referred to it by an arbitrator because an arbitral body is not a court or tribunal of a Member State as defined in Article 234 cheap sports water bottles.

The decision in this case contributed to the definition of a court or tribunal as per Article 267 custom soccer socks. As the case involved a national body responsible for offering alternatives to dispute resolutions by courts, it was argued that it could be considered as a court or tribunal. The judges stated in the judgement that the body could not refer a case to the ECJ:

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Мысовая (станция)

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1900

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Мысова́я — станция Восточно-Сибирской железной дороги на Транссибирской магистрали (5477 километр) best hydration pack for runners. Расположена в Кабанском районе Бурятии на территории города Бабушкин navy uniforms football.

Основана в 1900 году как одна из ключевых станций Кругобайкальской железной дороги.

После строительства КВЖД станция стала начальной на линии Мысовая — Маньчжурия. На станции была построена таможенная застава и переселенческий врачебно-остановочный пункт.

В 1905 году на станции был расстрелян революционер Иван Бабушкин.

В 2012 году начато строительство нового вокзального комплекса, окончание работ запланировано на 2017 год

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Collinsville, South Australia

Collinsville is a rural locality in the Mid North region of South Australia, situated in the Regional Council of Goyder. It was established in August 2000, when boundaries were formalised for the “long established local name” water bottle backpack running. It has almost exactly the same boundaries as the cadastral Hundred of Tomkinson how to tenderize steak without meat tenderizer, with small variations on its western border.

The Hundred of Tomkinson was proclaimed on 18 September 1879 by Governor William Jervois, named after politician Samuel Tomkinson

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. Collinsville Post Office opened on 1 April 1896, named after the property of local grazier John Collins; it closed on 1 December 1917. The state Nomenclature Committee had recommended in 1916 that the post office be renamed ‘Metiappa’, an abridgement of ‘Piltimetiappa’, the Aboriginal name for a local creek and the name of another local station, but there is no record of this having occurred before the closure. The Collinsville property developed as a famous merino stud, and upon Collins’ death, The Advertiser described his family firm as “among the best studmasters in Australia” remington shavers canada.

The historic Collinsville Homestead Complex and the Piltimittiappa Homestead are both listed on the South Australian Heritage Register.

Much of the Caroona Creek Conservation Park lies within Collinsville.

Tomasz Siemoniak

Tomasz Siemoniak (born 2 July 1967) is a Polish politician, Minister of National Defence from 2 August 2011 to 16 November 2015 and Deputy Prime Minister of Poland from 22 September 2014 to 16 November 2015.

Siemoniak was born on 2 July 1967. He graduated from the Foreign Trade Faculty of the Warsaw School of Economics. During his university education, he was the head of the Independent Student Association (NZS).

Siemoniak began his career at the Polish public broadcasting unit, Telewizja Polska, as the director of the office for field branches and general director of Channel 1. His tenure lasted from 1994 to 1996 running waist belt. He served as the director of the press and information office at the ministry of national defence from 1998 to 2000 navy uniforms football. During this period he was also a member of the Warsaw city centre district council and deputy chairman of the culture committee of the council. He was appointed deputy chairman of the supervisory board of the Polish News Agency in 1998, and his tenure ended in 2002. From December 2000 to July 2002 he was also deputy mayor of Warsaw. He was named as a board member of Polskie Radio SA (public radio company) in 2002 and served there until 2006. Then he was appointed deputy marshal in the marshal’s office of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship (November 2006 – November 2007). From November 2007 to August 2011, he held the post of secretary of state in the ministry of interior and administration. Siemoniak is a member of the Civic Platform headed by Donald Tusk sports jerseys cheap.

On 2 August 2011, he was appointed minister of national defense in the cabinet led by the prime minister Donald Tusk. Siemoniak replaced Bogdan Klich in the post. After the elections in October 2011, Tusk reformed the cabinet and Siemoniak retained his post as defense minister youth soccer goalie.

In August 2012, Siemoniak declared that Poland is planning to form its own missile defense system with an estimated budget of between $3 billion and $6 billion.

Agincourt House, Monmouth

Agincourt House, No. 1 Agincourt Square, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales is a notable early seventeenth century half-timbered building.

The building has been much restored, but the bargeboard over the gable onto Agincourt Square gives a date of 1624. The initials either side of the date are those of William Roberts, whose grandson rebuilt Drybridge House in Monmouth. Agincourt House is Grade II* listed as at 27 June 1952. It is one of 24 buildings on the Monmouth Heritage Trail youth uniforms.

A house on the site is shown on John Speed’s map of Monmouth Town dated 1610, the street plan on which was to remain unaltered until the 19th century. The present shop frontage is late nineteenth century. From around 1830 to the end of the 19th century it was an Ironmongers. In 1830 the proprietor was Josiah Coates, who was also a Blacksmith, Brazier and Tinplate Worker. From the early 1860s to 1883 the proprietor was Joseph Coates, with the words ‘Furnishing’ and ‘Ironmonger’ on the shop fascia to either side of the name ‘Coates’. He also undertook the duties of Blacksmith, but he was also a Nailmaker, Locksmith and Bellhanger. Joseph Coates (d. 1883) was a Chorister and Church Warden at St Mary’s Priory Church. It is said that John Major, the UK Prime Minister 1990-7, is a descendent of the Coates family.

From 1884 the premises were occupied by another Ironmonger, namely William Honeyfield, who was a very prominent citizen in Monmouth and was Mayor of Monmouth 1891–95. He was also a Mason and a member of the Bellringers at St Mary’s Priory Church, and took part in a 10-part Peal of Bells recorded on a Plaque in the Bell Tower (Thursday July 1, 1896).

In 1919 the premises were occupied by the YMCA, and in the early 1920s by Cash & Co. (Boot and Shoe Makers). The name Cash & Co. may still be seen in the mosaic floor to the front entrance doorway gel belts for runners. By 1934 the premises had been taken over by W. & E. Turner Ltd., Shoe Retailer. ‘Le Gourmet’, the butchers currently in Church Street, occupied the shop in the 1980s when it closed as a Shoe Retailer. After the butchers moved out the premises were extensively restored and were given an award by Monmouth Civic Society on 16 October 1991. From 1992 up to March 2010 the premises were an Antiques Shop, and it is now (2012) a clothes shop, with offices on the upper floors.

Tito Troja

Tito Troja (Arcinazzo Romano, 14 luglio 1847 – Roma, 1916) è stato un pittore italiano.

Nacque ad Arcinazzo, che in quel tempo si chiamava Ponza, paese facente parte dell’Abbazia di Subiaco. Suo padre, Gesualdo Troja all football shirts, apparteneva a una famiglia di piccoli proprietari terrieri dediti al commercio, mentre sua madre, Giovanna Lucidi, anche lei ponzese, discendeva da un benestante casato di stanza da secoli nel territorio sublacense.

Il Troja è stato allievo del pittore, scultore e architetto Luigi Fontana (1827-1908). Entrato fin da giovinetto nel seminario di Subiaco, ben presto dimostrò più vocazione per la pittura che per altro. Segnalato dal Card. Raffaele Monaco La Valletta, abate commendatario di Subiaco, al prof. Fontana, per oltre sei anni lavorò a Roma con il celebre pittore agli affreschi delle basiliche dei Santi Apostoli, San Lorenzo in Damaso e di San Salvatore in Lauro. Sempre con il Fontana e con l’altrettanto illustre artista Virginio Monti lavorò nel Santuario della Madonna del Buon Consiglio di Genazzano, dove si possono ammirare le dodici donne ebree che preludono la natività della Vergine e un suo stupendo Cristo legato alla colonna, forse una delle opere più perfette del Troja.

Genova, Bari, Perugia, Savona, Pavia, Andria, Bolsena, Montefalco how to tenderize a steak, Bracciano, Tolentino, etc. posseggono suoi pregiatissimo lavori. A Carpineto soccer football shirt, diocesi di Anagni, luogo di nascita di papa Leone XIII, il Troja trasformò in cappella la camera natale del Successore di Pietro, che personalmente ne approvò il progetto. Suoi dipinti sono anche a Malta, Paesi Bassi, Spagna e in America. A Santiago del Cile c’è una Ultima Cena di grandi dimensioni, mentre a Filadelfia vi sono otto grandi quadri con episodi della vita di Sant’Agostino.

Ma il nome di Tito Troja è senza dubbio legato al quadro di Santa Rita, venerato nel Santuario di Cascia, conosciuto in tutto il mondo bpa free drink bottles, dipinto nel 1889. Fu anche ricercatissimo ritrattista, anzi potrebbe essere definito il pittore ufficiale dei Padri Agostiniani per aver ritratto tutti i Padri Generali dal fondatore Sant’Agostino al Padre Thomas Rodriguez ultimo della serie al 1916. Arcinazzo possiede del Troja soltanto gli ornamenti musicali dei pannelli lignei della cantoria, eseguiti da studente seminarista. Tra i ritratti certamente eccelle quello a grandezza naturale del benedettino Card. Domenico Serafini, nella foresteria del Monastero di Santa Scolastica a Subiaco. Nel Dizionario dei pittori italiani di Antonietta Maria Bessone Aurelj, edito nel 1928 dalla Società editrice Dante Alighieri, si parla di Tito Troja con accenti quanto mai lusinghieri e commoventi.

Morì a Roma il 12 settembre 1916.

Virgil Villavicencio

Virgil Vargas Villavicencio is assistant manager of TNT Katropa in the Philippine Basketball Association and former assistant coach of Talk ‘N Text’s championship-winning team in the 2003 All-Filipino Cup. Villavicencio is also a former head coach of the La Salle Green Archers in the UAAP and led the team to consecutive runner-up finishes in 1994 and 1995.

Villavicencio played for the La Salle Green Archers in the collegiate ranks between 1972 and 1976, and was part of the 1974-75 NCAA championship-winning team, alongside former PBA legend Lim Eng Beng.

Villavicencio coached the Ateneo Blue Eaglets high school basketball team to five consecutive titles in the Metro Manila Basketball League (1989–1993) and four consecutive runner-up spots in the UAAP Juniors Division (1989–1992). In 1993 tenderizers for meat, he was appointed head coach of the La Salle Green Archers plastic water bottles, and in his first year guided the team to a second-place finish in a tournament dominated by UST. In the next season, 1994-95, he led the team even closer to the title, as they won the first of a three-game Final series against UST, before losing the second game by 14 points and then the deciding game by a single point. He repeated this feat in the next season, as La Salle again beat UST in the first game of the Finals, only to lose the second game by four points and the third game by three points to finish runner-up for the third season running.

He coached the Philippines national basketball team at the 1994 SEABA Championship where the team which had Allen Patrimonio, Rensy Bajar buy metal water bottle, Gerard Francisco, Romel Adducul and Joel Villanueva among its roster finished fourth.

Alongside his collegiate coaching duties, Villavicencio was assistant coach of the Triple-V team in the Philippine Basketball League, helping them to championships in the 1991 and 1992 seasons. In 1995, he coached the Philippine youth national basketball team at the 13th Asian Youth Basket Ball Championship.

After this, Villavicencio moved on to the Philippine Basketball Association, where he was assistant coach of Talk ‘N Text (then known as the Phone Pals) as they won the 2003 All-Filipino Cup. The team continued to perform well, finishing third in the transitional 2004 conference and reaching the Finals of the 2004-05 Philippine Cup only to lose 4-2 to Barangay Ginebra Kings. Villavicencio left the coaching staff in 2005 but returned to Talk ‘N Text as part of the management team in 2008.

Hôtel-Dieu (Brie-Comte-Robert)

Das Hôtel-Dieu in Brie-Comte-Robert, einer französischen Gemeinde im Département Seine-et-Marne in der Region Île-de-France, wurde im 13. Jahrhundert errichtet. Das Gebäude an der Place des Halles ist seit 1840 ein geschütztes Baudenkmal (Monument historique).

Das Hôtel-Dieu wurde von Robert II. meat tenderizing marinade for steak, Graf von Dreux und Braine runners water carrier, Anfang des 13. Jahrhunderts gegründet, um die Fremden zu beherbergen thermos water bottle replacement parts, die zu den Märkten in Brie-Comte-Robert kamen. 1207 ist die Kapelle des Hôtel-Dieu erstmals urkundlich überliefert. Das Hôtel-Dieu wurde von einer Bruderschaft unter der Leitung eines Priesters geführt. Es besaß im 14. Jahrhundert mehrere Mietshäuser und landwirtschaftliche Güter, mit deren Einnahmen es seine Aufgaben finanzierte.

Im Laufe der Jahrhunderte diente das Hôtel-Dieu immer mehr der Betreuung von Kranken und wurde im 19. Jahrhundert ein modernes Krankenhaus.

Seit 1995 wird die Kapelle des Hôtel-Dieu für kulturelle Veranstaltungen genutzt.

Von den alten Gebäuden des Hôtel-Dieu ist nur noch der untere Teil der gotischen Kapelle erhalten, die ehemals dem hl. Eligius geweiht war. Die straßenseitige Fassade besitzt sechs Spitzbögen, die auf Säulen mit Kapitellen ruhen. In der Mitte befindet sich ein Zackenportal, das von Säulen gerahmt wird. An der Stelle des Tympanons ist ein Dreipassbogen angebracht.

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María de Buenos Aires

Maria de Buenos Aires è un’opera tango (tango operita) di Astor Piazzolla su libretto di Horacio Ferrer. La sua prima rappresentazione è stata eseguita al Teatro Colón di Buenos Aires l’8 maggio del 1968.

La trama, alquanto surreale, si incentra sulla figura di una prostituta della città di Buenos Aires, in Argentina; la seconda parte dell’opera si svolge dopo la sua morte.

I personaggi sono Maria (e, dopo la sua morte, l’Ombra di Maria), un payador (cioè un cantante dell’omonimo genere poetico), vari membri del sobborgo di Buenos Aires, un folletto che fa da voce narrante heart necklace, alcune marionette sotto il suo controllo, e degli psicanalisti. Taluni elementi del libretto suggeriscono un parallelo tra Maria e la figura della Madonna, o con lo stesso Gesù.

La musica usa il linguaggio del nuevo tango, a cui Piazzolla deve la sua notorietà, e l’opera è ispirata e dedicata alla cantante italiana Milva. L’organico è composto da due cantanti e una voce recitante

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, e una orchestra da camera alquanto inusuale, che comprende una chitarra e un bandoneon o, al limite, una fisarmonica. Spesso all’esecuzione è stata associata anche l’esibizione di ballerini. Dell’opera esistono molteplici arrangiamenti, tra cui uno dello stesso Piazzolla ed uno di Pablo Ziegler.

La sfortunata María, nata “un giorno che Dio era ubriaco” in un sobborgo povero di Buenos Aires, si dirige verso il centro della città, dove viene sedotta dalla musica del tango e diventa una passeggiatrice. Ladri e tenutari di bordello, riuniti per una messa nera, decidono la sua morte. Dopo la morte, Maria viene condannata ad un inferno che è la città stessa: il suo spettro ora cammina per la città. Ritornata alla verginità, viene ingravidata dalla parola del poeta folletto, e alla presenza dei “tre muratori Magi” e della “donna che impasta” dà alla luce una bimba di nome Maria, che potrebbe essere lei stessa.

L’opera originale di Piazzolla è strutturata in due parti di otto quadri ciascuna per un totale di sedici quadri:

Wally Yonamine

Wallace Kaname „Wally“ Yonamine (jap. 「ウォーリー」 与那嶺 要, „Uōrī“ Yonamine Kaname; * 24. Juni 1925 auf Maui, Hawaii-Territorium; † 28. Februar 2011 in Honolulu, Hawaii) war ein US-amerikanischer American-Football-Spieler, Baseballspieler und -trainer. Der Outfielder war der erste Amerikaner der Nachkriegszeit im japanischen Profibaseball, in den 1950ern ein Starspieler bei den Yomiuri Giants und in den 1970ern Manager der Chūnichi Dragons. 1994 wurde er in die Yakyū Dendō, die japanische Baseball Hall of Fame, aufgenommen water waist belt.

Yonamine war ein Nisei, also ein japanischer Amerikaner zweiter Generation. Sein Vater stammte aus Nakagusuku, Präfektur Okinawa, seine Mutter aus der Präfektur Hiroshima running drink belt. Nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg spielte er zunächst Profifootball: Bei den San Francisco 49ers in der AAFC hatte er in deren zweiten Saison 1947 drei Einsätze als Runningback und war damit der erste asiatische Amerikaner in der heutigen NFL. Nach einer Verletzung am Handgelenk entließen ihn die 49ers 1948 und Yonamine wechselte zum Baseball.

Nach kurzer Zeit bei den Salt Lake Bees, einem C-Minor-League-Team, das mit den San Francisco Seals verbunden war, und im AJA Baseball in Hawaii beim Asahi Club, einem Symbol der japanisch-hawaiianischen Gemeinschaft, wurde Yonamine 1951 von Scouts der Yomiuri Giants entdeckt. Während der Saison wurde er unter Vertrag genommen, hatte seine ersten 54 Einsätze in der Central League und gewann den ersten von vier Meistertiteln mit den Giants, die zweite „goldene Ära“ der Mannschaft. Bis 1957 hatte er in jeder Saison Batting Averages über soccer uniforms.300, dreimal (1954, 1956 und 1957) den höchsten der Liga. 1957 wurde er auch als MVP der Central League ausgezeichnet. Ab 1952 wurde er sieben Mal in Folge in die Best Nine aufgenommen und nahm acht Mal in Folge an den All-Star Games teil. Meist wurde Yonamine mit seinen starken Bunts, effektivem Baserunning und aggressiven Slides hinter Chiba Shigeru an Nummer 2 des Lineups eingesetzt. Nach der Spielzeit 1960, als die Giants erstmals seit sechs Jahren die Nippon Series verpassten, wechselte er zu den Chūnichi Dragons, wo er aber nach nur 83 Einsätzen in zwei Jahren seine Karriere beendete. Ein bis heute gültiger Rekord aus seiner Zeit als Spieler sind elf gestohlene Home Bases.

Ab 1969 arbeitete Yonamine als Hitting Coach, zunächst weiter für die Dragons, ab 1967 für die Tōkyō Orions, bevor er drei Jahre später als Head Coach wieder zu Chūnichi zurückkehrte. Zum Ende der Saison 1971 beendete Manager Mizuhara Shigeru seine Karriere beendete und Yonamine wurde sein Nachfolger. Nach zwei dritten Plätzen gelang es ihm 1974, die neunjährige Serie der Giants zu brechen, die Dragons zum Ligatitel und damit der ersten Nippon-Series-Teilnahme seit 20 Jahren zu führen. Allerdings unterlag Chūnichi den Lotte Orions unter Kaneda Masaichi mit 2–4. 1977 trat er als Dragons-Manager zurück und arbeitete weiter als Coach für verschiedene Mannschaften, zuletzt ab 1985 für die Nippon Ham Fighters.

Nach der Saison 1988 kehrte Yonamine in die Vereinigten Staaten zurück und lebte in seiner Heimat Hawaiʻi. 1994 wurde er in die Hall of Fame gewählt. In den 2000er Jahren kehrte er für einen Auftritt in der Pro Yakyū Masters League und eine symbolische Spieleröffnung noch einige Male nach Japan zurück. 2011 starb er in Honolulu an Prostatakrebs.