Andreas Berg (1861–1944)

Andreas Berg (født 4. oktober 1861 i Trondhjem, død 29. juni 1944) var en norsk overrettssakfører, banksjef og politiker (H).

Han hadde studentereksamen fra Trondhjems katedralskole fra 1879 og juridisk embedseksamen fra 1883. Berg var edsvoren fullmektig hos byfogden i Fredrikstad 1883–1885, overrettssakfører i Trondhjem 1885–1901 og administrerende direktør i Den Nordenfjeldske Kreditbank 1900–1928.

Han var styremedlem i flere banker og bedrifter samt innehaver av en rekke tillitsverv, blant annet som ordfører i Trondhjems Arbeiderforening 1895–1897, ordfører i Aktiebryggeriet i Trondhjems representantskap 1899–1904 og formann i tilsynskommisjonen for Trondhjem-Tønsetbanen fra 1902. Berg var medlem av Trondhjem bystyre fra 1896, herav ordfører 1899–1901 og 1908–1910, og innvalgt på Stortinget fra Trondhjem og Levanger 1904–1906. Han var medlem av Stortingets spesialkomité i forbindelse med konsulatsaken.

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Türkiye Radyo Televizyon Kurumu

Türkiye Radyo Televizyon Kurumu (en español, «Corporación Turca de Radio y Televisión»), más conocida por sus siglas TRT, es la compañía de radiodifusión pública de Turquía. Se fundó en 1964 y actualmente gestiona más de 10 canales de televisión, ocho emisoras nacionales de radio y un sitio web.

La corporación es heredera de la empresa radiofónica Türkiye Radyoları, creada en 1926. Pero con el desarrollo de nuevos medios de comunicación, el gobierno turco creó en 1964 un nuevo organismo que agrupara también a la televisión. TRT mantuvo el monopolio estatal de la radiodifusión hasta 1992, cuando se permitió la aparición de competidores privados.

Turquía es uno de los fundadores de la Unión Europea de Radiodifusión, creada el 12 de febrero de 1950. También es miembro activo de la Unión de Radiodifusión del Asia-Pacífico.

Antes de que se crease TRT, las emisiones de radio corrían a cargo de la empresa Türkiye Radyoları, que empezó a emitir el 6 de mayo de 1927 en Ankara y un año después en Estambul.​ A comienzos de la década de 1960, el Gobierno turco aprobó la creación de una corporación de medios de comunicación públicos, que agrupara tanto a la radio como a la futura televisión. De este modo, en 1964 se fundó Türkiye Radyo Televizyon Kurumu.​

La radio no tuvo problemas para expandirse por toda Turquía, por lo que en 1975 se pudieron crear dos nuevas cadenas nacionales. Sin embargo dry case, la televisión tuvo una lenta implantación porque las autoridades de aquella época lo consideraban un lujo. Las emisiones en pruebas de TRT-TV comenzaron el 31 de mayo de 1968 en Ankara con la colaboración de técnicos de la República Federal Alemana,​ y no se regularizaron hasta diciembre de 1971 con la instalación de nuevos emisores en Estambul y Esmirna.​ El grupo reingresó en 1972 en la Unión Europea de Radiodifusión, de la que ya formaba parte sólo como grupo de radio, e hizo lo propio en 1976 en la Unión de Radiodifusión del Asia-Pacífico. Las primeras emisiones en color tuvieron lugar el 31 de diciembre de 1981 con el programa especial de Año Nuevo, pero no se estandarizaron hasta 1984.​

El Gobierno rompió el monopolio estatal sobre la radio en 1990 y sobre la televisión en 1992, por lo que Türkiye Radyo Televizyon Kurumu hizo cambios en todas sus plataformas y pasó a un modelo más competitivo.​ En los últimos años, el número de canales de TRT ha crecido hasta superar en la década del 2000 las cinco cadenas de televisión nacionales, varias regionales, una internacional y nueve emisoras de radio.

La sede de la TRT fue tomada durante el intento de golpe de Estado en Turquía de 2016 contra el presidente Recep Tayyip Erdoğan por miembros del ejército turco.​ Aunque los militares forzaron la lectura de un comunicado en el que aseguraban haber tomado el poder y decretado la ley marcial,​​ la policía turca recuperó el control del edificio pasadas unas horas, confirmando el fracaso del golpe.

Türkiye Radyo Televizyon Kurumu es una empresa controlada por el Estado turco. Se financia a través de impuestos directos, aportaciones del Gobierno y publicidad: el 70% de su presupuesto procede de un impuesto sobre el recibo de la luz y otro sobre los aparatos receptores de radio y televisión. El resto se otorga vía presupuestos generales (20%) y venta de publicidad (10%).

Entre sus objetivos están el desarrollo de la lengua y la cultura turcas, además del servicio público y la cobertura a minorías del país. Desde 1989 cuenta con un canal de televisión para la región de Anatolia Suroriental, con importante presencia de población kurda. La promoción de la cultura turca implica, entre otras cuestiones vinegar as a meat tenderizer, la gestión de tres canales internacionales: uno para la diáspora turca (TRT Türk), otro para los pueblos túrquicos (TRT Avaz) y otro en árabe (TRT el Türkiye).

La red de emisoras regionales de TRT se llama Bölgesel Radyolar (en español, Radios regionales), y normalmente comparte frecuencia con otras emisoras, como TRT Radyo 4 o TRT Türkü. Incluye las siguientes emisoras:

TRT cuenta con cuatro canales de televisión que emiten en abierto para todo el país, a los que deben sumarse otras cadenas por satélite y televisión digital terrestre.

Existe un canal en alta definición llamado TRT HD, que emite los mejores contenidos de los canales de la corporación sin simulcast.

Robert Willan

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Willans Buch On Cutaneous Diseases aus dem Jahr 1808 gilt als Meilenstein in der Geschichte der Dermatologie und medizinischer Illustration. Die von ihm in diesem Werk vorgestellte Nomenklatur wird zum Teil noch heute verwendet. Ein Beispiel ist pityriasis versicolor (Kleienpilzflechte). Weiterhin beinhaltet das Werk die erste Verwendung des Wortes lupus zur Beschreibung der Hauttuberkulose (lupus vulgaris).

Willan gilt als Erstbeschreiber mehrerer Krankheiten. 1790 veröffentlichte er einen Bericht („A Remarkable Case of Abstinence“) über einen jungen Engländer der im Jahr 1786 gestorben war, nachdem er 78 Tage gefastet hatte − eine der ersten Beschreibung von Essstörungen bei männlichen Betroffenen. 1798 beschrieb Willan die beruflich bedingte Hautkrankheit psoriasis diffusa, welche an Händen und Armen von Bäckern auftritt. 1799 beschrieb er als erster den typischen Ausschlag der Ringelröteln. Außerdem beschrieb Willan erstmals das klinische Erscheinungsbild des atopischen Ekzems.

Neben der Dermatologie veröffentlichte Willan Arbeiten über die Epidemiologie von Erkrankungen des Verdauungstrakts bei der Londoner Bevölkerung sowie über die Pockenimpfung.

Für die Klassifizierung von Hautkrankheiten erhielt Willan 1790 die Fothergillian Gold Medal von der Medical Society of London. 1809 wurde er als gewähltes Mitglied (fellow) in die Royal Society aufgenommen.

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Hallaca

In Latin American cuisine, an hallaca (Spanish pronunciation: [aˈʎaka], [aˈʝaka]; alt. spelling, hayaca and ayaca) is corn dough stuffed with a stew of beef, pork funny soccer t shirts, and chicken, fish or other seafoods in some places, and it is mandatory to have “adorned” with raisins, capers, olives and wedges of fowl meat. Hallacas are folded in plantain leaves, tied with strings, and boiled. It is typically served in Christmas season and has several regional variants in Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Ecuador and Colombia. It has been described as a national dish of Venezuela. There are also versions of this dish throughout the Caribbean. In the Dominican Republic, known as Pasteles en hojas made from ground plantains or guanimos made with cornflour stuffed with ground beef or chicken; in Trinidad and Tobago, it is known as pastelle, as in Puerto Rico, known as “pastel” and made with a green plantain, green banana, squash and root vegetables or boniato dough. A characteristic of the hallaca is the delicate corn dough made with consommé or broth and pork fat (manteca) colored with annatto or “onto”. Hallacas are also commonly consumed in eastern Cuba.

The most likely progenitor of the maize body and plantain envelope of hallaca is the Mesoamerican tamal.[citation needed] Tamal-like dishes, under various names, spread throughout the Spanish kingdoms in America as far south as Argentina in the decades following the conquest.

According to Adolfo Ernst, the word hallaca evolved from the indigenous Guarani language, stemming from the verb ayua or ayuar, meaning “to mix or blend”. From there, the construction ayuaca (mixed things) devolved to ayaca and ultimately to hayaca or hallaca (using Spanish silent “h” when written). Another version presumes that the word comes from an aboriginal language of the West of the country, whose meaning is “wrapping” or “bojote”.The earliest use of the word in the modern sense is in a 1781 document of Italian missionary linguist Filippo Salvatore Gilii.[citation needed]

Hallaca is a staple part of Venezuelan Christmas celebrations and its preparation is practically limited to that time of the year.[citation needed] The dish is also an icon of Venezuelan multicultural heritage, as its preparation includes European ingredients (such as raisins, almonds and olives), indigenous ingredients (corn meal colored with annatto seeds and onions), and African ingredients (smoked plantain leaves used for wrapping).[citation needed]

In contrast to Venezuelan tradition, hallacas are popular year-round in Ecuador, and several variants exist across the country’s different regions. Along with humitas, they are a staple of traditional Ecuadorian cuisine.

Trinidad, which is just 7 miles from Venezuela’s east coast hallacas are called pastelle. The preparation is essentially the same with some variation in size and the filling.[citation needed] One of the major herbs in Trinidadian cooking is culantro (called chadon beni locally) and this is a predominant flavour in most seasoned meat. There are also vegetarian fillings made from soya, lentils and various other things to cater to Hindus and other vegetarians. The typical Trinidadian pastelle is generally a lot smaller than its Venezuelan kin.[citation needed]

In Aruba and Curaçao, two islands just off the coast of Falcón state, Venezuela, it is called ‘ayaca’ or ‘ayaka’. The ingredients are pork and chicken stew, or pork or chicken stew, capers, raisins, cashews, bellpepper, pickled baby onions, prunes, and olives best 1 liter water bottle. The dough is made from white cornmeal, and the ayaca leaves first spread with lard or oil. Cooked meat and other ingredients are then wrapped in ayaca leaves, tied with string and then boiled for about 2 hours. Flavors in the ayaca vary from family to family, and some add madam Jeanet peppers (very hot). Probably it came to the island by immigrants, or the recipe was borrowed. Like many things from other cultures, it has become a part of the Aruban and Curaçaoan Christmas food traditions adopted as in Trinidad.

In Puerto Rico, the hayaca or hallaca used to be a popular part of the local gastronomy. It is commonly acknowledged, that the name most definitely came from indigenous backgrounds. However, even the locals have a hard time distinguishing the hayaca, from the “alcapurria”, “guanimes”, “pasteles” and some also call them “empanadas”, since they are visually, very similar. In simple terms, the hayaca from Puerto Rico is not made with corn nor fried, boiled or steamed. It is baked, traditionally, in open-wood-fire to a smokey and toasted outer layer. Different from other cultures, the unique mix of ingredients like the cassava, milk, annatto, banana leaf and interesting style of open-wood-fire cooking, only allows to think that this local version might have been introduced by a combination of the Taíno tribes and either African slaves or Spaniards during the Spanish colonization. Because of the long and elaborate process and skills that takes to prepare, the hayaca is now rarely available but still found, mostly in coastal, family-owned restaurants and other small establishments known as “kioscos” where there are still strong ties to native heritage and classic slow cooking skills.

The traditional hallaca is made by extending a plantain leaf, greasing it with a spoonful of annatto-colored cooking oil and spreading on it a round portion of corn dough (roughly 30 cm), which is then sprinkled with various fillings. While no two families make hallacas in quite the same way, the most common fillings include a mix of stewed (or rare) meats (pork, poultry, beef, lard, crisp or pork rind), raisins and pitted green olives.[citation needed] Pepper-filled olives are becoming more popular nowadays. People in Los Llanos add boiled eggs and pieces of red pepper. Others might add chickpeas runner bottle, nuts and almonds.[citation needed]

The filled dough is then skillfully wrapped in an oblong fashion and tied with string in a typical square mesh before its cooking in boiling water.[citation needed] Afterwards, it is picked from the pail with a fork, unwrapped and served on its own plantain leaves with chicken salad, pan de jamón (ham filled bread) or plain bread. In the Andean region, the filling is cooked with the rest of the hallaca, while in the rest of the country it is usually cooked beforehand.

The ideal hallaca has a silky golden-reddish glow. In taste, it aims to balance the saltiness of the meats and olives with the sweetness of the raisins and of the dough itself.[citation needed]

After making a number of hallacas, the remaining portion of ingredients is occasionally mixed together in order to obtain a uniform dough.[citation needed] The dough undergoes the same hallaca wrap and cooking preparation, although typically smaller in size and much fewer in number. The result is the bollo, which may be offered as a lighter option to the hallaca at breakfast, lunch, or dinner.[citation needed]

After cooking, hallacas can be frozen for several weeks with no change in flavor. It not unusual for some families to eat hallacas as late as May or June of the next year.[citation needed]

Ingredients differ from region to region and from family to family. It is not uncommon to find hallacas with chickpeas, tomato, bell pepper, pickled vegetables best water bottle for office, and garlic.[citation needed] Potatoes are included in the Andean variation. Also, some of the traditional ingredients may be substituted by local variants such as fish and lobster (East Coast) and plantain dough (Maracaibo).[citation needed]

Hallaca-making requires many hours of intense work, so hallacas are typically made all in one go, in large enough quantities to last the entire holiday season (from a few dozen to several hundred). Hallaca making is a logistical feat and an economic stretch for many. The most important Venezuelan newspapers usually carry stories in their Economics sections at the beginning of December noting the rise in the cost of making hallacas.[citation needed]

Hallaca-making reunites family members at holiday time. It is a job joyfully done by whole families together, marking the start of the holiday festivities.[citation needed] However, the most important part of “hallaca-preparation” is that it represents one of the strongest holiday family traditions in Venezuela, comparable perhaps to Thanksgiving in United States.[citation needed]

The hallaca making party tends to be matriarchal, with grandmothers and/or mothers leading the preparation. Foreigners in Venezuela in December are often struck by how often they are offered hallacas.[citation needed]

Friendly rivalry over whose hallacas are the best is part of the Venezuelan holiday culture, leading to the popular saying la mejor hallaca es la que hace mi mamá  – the best hallaca is the one my mother makes – an expression of familism.[citation needed] This expression was immortalized in a holiday song by Venezuelan pop singer Raquel Castaño.

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Christen Thomsen Barfoed (16. august 1815 i Stege – 30. april 1889 i København) var en dansk kemiker.

Barfoed forældre var apoteker Erik Christian Barfoed og Anneke Cathrine Laurberg. Han blev student 1832 fra Vordingborg, underkastede sig 1835 farmaceutisk eksamen og 1839 polyteknisk eksamen i anvendt naturvidenskab. Efter at have studeret i udlandet i nogle år blev han 1845 docent i kemi ved Veterinærskolen og fra 1850 konstitueret som lektor ved samme skole

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Foruden andre værker udgav Barfoed en Lærebog i den analytiske Kemi, Prøvemidlerne og den uorganiske kvalitative Analyse, et arbejde, der helt igennem bærer vidnesbyrd om den samvittighedsfuldhed i arbejdet og grundighed i undersøgelsen, som var karakteristisk for Barfoed. Senere udgav han De organiske Stoffers kvalitative Analyse, der også udkom i tysk oversættelse 1881 og overalt fandt megen anerkendelse, så meget mere, som dette værk var enestående i sin slags. Endvidere har Barfoed offentliggjort flere betydelige og grundige videnskabelige abejder, der findes optagne i Tidsskrift for Fysik og Kemi samt i Videnskabernes Selskabs Oversigter.

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В 1999 году население села составляло 210 человек (103 мужчины и 107 женщин) bpa free reusable water bottles. По данным переписи 2009 года, в селе проживало 59 человек (31 мужчина и 28 женщин).

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Marylawn of the Oranges High School

Marylawn of the Oranges Academy was an all-girl, private, Roman Catholic college-preparatory high school for young women grades 7 through 12 located in South Orange, New Jersey. Sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth since its founding in 1935, Marylawn is located within the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark pineapple meat tenderizer. The school has been accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Secondary Schools since 1962.

As a learning community, students are challenged by a rigorous academic curriculum and opportunities that foster their initiative, creativity, self-respect and concern for others. As the message of Jesus Christ is proclaimed best hydration for running, students grow morally and intellectually- demonstrating integrity, self-discipline and Christian values and ethics.

For over ten years, Marylawn has had a 100% graduation and 100% college acceptance rate.[citation needed]

As of the 2009-10 school year, the school had an enrollment of 160 students and 21 sec football uniforms.9 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a Student–teacher ratio of 7 refilling water bottles.3:1.

In October 2012, it was announced that the school would close in June 2013.

The Marylawn of the Oranges High School Lady Knights competed in the Super Essex Conference, following a reorganization of sports leagues in Northern New Jersey by the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association.

The mission of Marylawn of the Oranges Academy is to prepare, motivate, and challenge young women, intellectually and morally, to assume their roles in society according to Catholic tradition and in the founding spirit of the Sisters of Charity of New Jersey.