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Hôtel de Grimaldi-Régusse

Hôtel de Grimaldi-Régusse

General information

Type
Hôtel particulier

Address
26, rue de l’Opéra

Town or city
Aix-en-Provence

Country
France

Completed
1680

Client
Charles de Grimaldi-Régusse

Design and construction

Architect
Pierre Puget
Thomas Veyrier

The Hôtel de Grimaldi-Régusse is a listed hôtel particulier in Aix-en-Provence.

Contents

1 Location
2 History
3 Heritage significance
4 References

Location[edit]
It is located at 26, rue de l’Opéra in Aix-en-Provence, in the Villeneuve quarter.[1][2][3]
History[edit]
It was designed by architects Pierre Puget (1620-1694) and Thomas Veyrier for Charles de Grimaldi-Régusse (1612-1687) in 1680.[1][2][3] The facade was designed by architect Laurent Vallon (1652-1724).[1] The ceiling in a drawing-room was painted by Sébastien Barras (1653-1703).[1][3] The main door is sculpted with designs of lions surrounded by foliage.[1]
Heritage significance[edit]
It has been listed as a monument historique since 21 February 1973.[3]
References[edit]

^ a b c d e Culture 13: Hôtel de Grimaldi-Régusse
^ a b Aix-en-Provence Tourism: Villeneuve
^ a b c d French Ministry of Culture

Coordinates: 43°31′38″N 5°27′15″E / 43.5273°N 5.4541°E / 43.5273; 5.4541

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Kottakki

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Kottakki
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Village

Kottakki

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Kottakki

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Location in Andhra Pradesh, India

Coordinates: 18°30′54″N 83°14′07″E / 18.5149°N 83.2353°E / 18.5149; 83.2353Coordinates: 18°30′54″N 83°14′07″E / 18.5149°N 83.2353°E / 18.5149; 83.2353

Country
India

State
Andhra Pradesh

District
Vizianagaram

Languages

 • Official
Telugu

Time zone
IST (UTC+5:30)

PIN
535579

Vehicle registration
AP–35

Kottakki is a village in Vizianagaram district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is located in Ramabhadrapuram mandal.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Mandal wise villages” (PDF). Revenue Department – AP Land. National Informatics Center. p. 13. Retrieved 20 November 2014. 

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Vizianagaram district

District headquarters

Vizianagaram

Revenue divisions

Vizianagaram * Parvatipuram

Mandals

Badangi
Bobbili
Makkuva
Mentada
Pachipenta
Ramabhadrapuram
Salur
Vizianagaram

Cities

Vizianagaram

Towns

Bobbili
Parvathipuram
Salur
Srungavarapukota

Census Towns

Cheepurupalli
Chintalavalasa
Gajapathinagaram
Jarjapupeta
Kanapaka
Kothavalasa
Malicherla
Nellimarla
Sriramnagar
Tummikapalle

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Hans Weber

Hans Weber

Personal information

Date of birth
(1934-09-08)8 September 1934

Place of birth
Lausanne, Switzerland

Date of death
10 February 1965(1965-02-10) (aged 30)

Playing position
Midfielder

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

1949–1955
FC Basel

1955–1957
Lausanne-Sport

1957–1965
FC Basel

National team

1956–1965
Switzerland
24
(1)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Hans Weber (8 September 1934 – 10 February 1965) was a Swiss football midfielder who played for Switzerland in the 1962 FIFA World Cup.[1] Between 1949 and his death in February 1965 he made 281 appearances for FC Basel scoring 48 goals. He played two seasons for Lausanne-Sport.
References[edit]

^ Copa do Mundo da FIFA Chile 1962

External links[edit]

FIFA profile
Hans Weber’s profile at worldfootball.net

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Switzerland squad – 1962 FIFA World Cup

1 Elsener
2 Permunian
3 Stettler
4 Kernen
5 Morf
6 Rösch
7 Schneiter
8 Tacchella
9 Grobéty
10 Kehl
11 Meier
12 M. Vonlanthen
13 Weber
14 Allemann
15 Antenen (c)
16 Dürr
17 Eschmann
18 Pottier
19 Rey
20 R. Vonlanthen
21 Wüthrich
22 Frigerio
Coach: Rappan

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Speculum Fight

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Speculum Fight

Origin
Los Angeles, California, United States

Genres
Experimental music

Years active
1992–present

Associated acts
Slug

Members
Damion Romero

Speculum Fight is a Los Angeles-based experimental music project formed in 1992 by Slug bassist Damion Romero. The compositions originally began as explorations of noise and eventually moved to a more ambient, psychoacoustic sound, utilizing bass, tape and custom-made effects pedals.
Under the Speculum Fight moniker, Romero has contributed to the recordings of several musical groups, including that dog.

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El Ateneo Grand Splendid

El Ateneo Grand Splendid

Exterior of the store

Location in Buenos Aires

General information

Type
Bookstore; formerly theatre

Town or city
Buenos Aires

Country
Argentina

Coordinates
34°35′46″S 58°23′39″W / 34.59611°S 58.39417°W / -34.59611; -58.39417Coordinates: 34°35′46″S 58°23′39″W / 34.59611°S 58.39417°W / -34.59611; -58.39417

El Ateneo Grand Splendid is one of the best known bookshops in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2008, The Guardian placed it as the second most beautiful bookshop in the world.[1]
Overview[edit]

Facade of the building.

Situated at 1860 Santa Fe Avenue in Barrio Norte,[2] the building was designed by the architects Peró and Torres Armengol[3] for the empresario Max Glücksmann (1875-1946), and opened as a theatre called Teatro Gran Splendid in May 1919.[4] The ecleticist building features ceiling frescoes painted by the Italian artist Nazareno Orlandi and caryatids sculpted by Troiano Troiani,[3] whose work also graces the cornice along the Palacio de la Legislatura de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires.
The theatre had a seating capacity of 1,050, and staged a variety of performances, including appearances by the tango artists Carlos Gardel, Francisco Canaro, Roberto Firpo and Ignacio Corsini. Glücksmann started his own radio station in 1924 (Radio Splendid), which broadcast from the building where his recording company, Nacional Odeón, made some of the early recordings of the great tango singers of the day. In the late twenties the theatre was converted into a cinema, and in 1929 showed the first sound films presented in Argentina.
The ornate former theatre was leased by Grupo Ilhsa in February 2000.[5] Ilhsa, through Tematika, owns El Ateneo and Yenny booksellers (totaling over 40 stores), as well as the El Ateneo publishing house. The building was subsequently renovated and converted into a book and music shop under the direction of the architect Fernando Manzone;[5] the cinema seating was removed and in its place book shelves were installed. Following refurbishment works, the 2,000 m² (21,000 ft²)[6] El Ateneo Grand Splendid became the group’s flagship store, and in 2007 sold over 700,000 books; over a million people walk through its doors annually.
Chairs are provided throughout the building, including the still-intact theatre boxes, where customers can dip into books before purchase, and there is now a café on the back of what was once the stage. The cei
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Reichlin

Reichlin is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Bruno Reichlin (born 1941), Swiss architect
Karl Reichlin (1841–1924), Swiss politician
Lucrezia Reichlin (born 1954), Italian economist

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Fein Multimaster RS

The Fein MultiMaster RS is a variable speed oscillating tool for cutting, sanding and grinding. It is produced by C. & E. Fein GmbH along with a broad assortment of accessories.
When Fein’s patent expired in October 2008 other tool makers started creating similar products, such as the Dremel Multi-Max, Bosch PS50 Multi-X, Rockwell Sonicraft, and Proxxon Delta Sander.
Description[edit]
The MultiMaster oscillates at 200–350 Hz (11,000–20,000 oscillations per minute).[1]
During the oscillating action, the fitted accessory moves along a minimal arc of 3.2 angular degrees.[2] This allows for a greater degree of control by the operator as the lower torque means the tool has less power to move itself per oscillation, increasing safety while still completing the task at hand.
References[edit]

^ http://www.media-office-gmbh.de/eMag_FEIN/USA_A20_2011/
^ “Multimaster Technology”. Retrieved 2010-05-19. 

External links[edit]

Fein Tools Website

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Thoracic insufficiency syndrome

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Thoracic insufficiency syndrome is the inability of the thorax to support normal respiration.[1] It is frequently associated with chest and/or spinal abnormalities. Treatment options are limited, but include supportive pulmonary care and surgical options (thoracoplasty and/or implantation of vertical expandable prosthetic titanium rib (VEPTR) devices).
References[edit]

^ The Characteristics of Thoracic Insufficiency Syndrome Associated with Fused Ribs and Congenital Scoliosis; Campbell, R. M. et al.; The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Inc., 2003

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State Planning Commission

State Planning Commission may refer to:

Gosplan, ministry of Soviet Union
State Planning Commission of China, former name of the National Development and Reform Commission of the People’s Republic of China.
State Planning Commission of the DPRK, a cabinet-level organization within the North Korean government

See also[edit]

National Planning Commission (disambiguation)

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Dothideaceae

Dothideaceae

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Fungi

Division:
Ascomycota

Class:
Dothideomycetes

Subclass:
Dothideomycetidae

Order:
Dothideales

Family:
Dothideaceae
Chevall. (1826)

Type genus

Dothidea
Fr. (1818)

Genera

Auerswaldia (placement uncertain)
Bagnisiella (placement uncertain)
Coccostromella (placement uncertain)
Dictyodothis
Dothidea
Hyalocrea
Mycoporis
Omphalospora
Pachysacca
Phyllachorella (placement uncertain)
Scirrhia
Stylodothis
Vestergrenia (placement uncertain)

The Dothideaceae are a family of fungi in the order Dothideales. Species in this family have a widespread distribution, especially in tropical areas.[1]
References[edit]

^ Cannon PF, Kirk PM (2007). Fungal Families of the World. Wallingford, UK: CAB International. p. 109. ISBN 978-0-85199-827-5. 

External links[edit]

Dothideaceae in Index Fungorum

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