Braničevo (region)

Braničevo (Serbian Cyrillic: Браничево cheap soccer jacket, pronounced [brǎnitʃɛʋɔ]) is a geographical region in east-central Serbia. It is mostly situated in the Braničevo District.
In the 9th century, a Slavic (or Serb) tribe known as Braničevci are mentioned living in the region karen millen robes. In this time, the town named Braničevo also existed in the area, at the estuary of the river Mlava into Danube. In the Early Middle Ages, Braničevo became a part of the First Bulgarian Empire. After the conquest of Bulgaria, the Byzantines established the Theme of Sirmium in the wider region south of the river Danube. Syrmia, and hence Braničevo, came to be contested between Kingdom of Hungary on the one side, and the Byzantine Empire and the Second Bulgarian Empire (after its independence from the Byzantines) on the other juicy couture sale. In the 13th century the Hungarians established the Banate of Braničevo (Banovina of Braničevo) karen millen online, but later in the century two local Bulgarian rulers, Darman and Kudelin, became independent and ruled over Braničevo and Kučevo. In 1291, they were defeated by the Serbian king, Stefan Dragutin, who joined Braničevo to his Syrmian Kingdom. Under his rule the town of Braničevo became a seat of the Eparchy of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The region later belonged to subsequent Serbian states, until it was conquered by the Ottoman Empire in the 15th century. In the 14th century, the region was in a possession of local rulers from the House of Rastislalić. During the Ottoman rule, Braničevo was part of the Sanjak of Smederevo, and since 19th century, it is again part of the Serbian state.

Ernest Cashel

Ernest Cashel (1903).
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Ernest Cashel (né en 1882 – mort le 2 février 1904) est un hors-la-loi américain émigré au Canada. Il est surtout connu pour s’être échappé à maintes reprises de captivité.

Cashel est né au Nebraska en 1882. Il quitte le foyer familial à l’âge de 14 ans et devient rapidement hors-la-loi. Il est arrêté et mis en prison deux fois et s’échappe les deux fois maillots de football 2016. Fugitif aux États-Unis, il traverse le Wyoming et le Montana pour franchir la frontière canadienne et se rendre en Alberta. Il y travaille dans un ranch.
En 1902, Cashel est arrêté pour fabrication de faux après avoir tenté de passer un faux chèque. Alors qu’il est transporté en train, il échappe à ses gardiens en sautant par la fenêtre des toilettes.
Plusieurs semaines plus tard, le 19 novembre, un homme signale aux autorités que son beau-frère Isaac Rufus Belt est porté manquant à son ranch situé à l’est de Lacombe. Lors de l’enquête, les autorités découvrent qu’un jeune homme nommé Bert Elesworth résidait au ranch de Belt lors de la disparition de ce dernier. D’après la description donnée de Elesworth, la police déduit que l’homme en question est Cashel et part à sa recherche. Il est retrouvé en périphérie de Calgary, portant les vêtements de Belt et ayant plusieurs autres possessions de ce dernier, dont 50$ de gold certificate américains. Cashel est arrêté pour vol de cheval et ne pourra pas être accusé de meurtre faute de corps. Il est condamné à 3 ans de prison.
Le 20 juillet 1903, un fermier retrouve dans une rivière le corps en décomposition de Belt robe sandro. L’« autopsie » révèle que ce dernier est mort d’un coup de feu à la poitrine. La balle retrouvée a le même calibre et est du même type que celles du fusil de Cashel. Ce dernier, qui purge sa peine au pénitencier de Stony Mountain (en), est ramené à Calgary pour y être jugé du meurtre de Belt. Le procès se déroule du 19 au 27 octobre, alors que Cashel est reconnu coupable et condamné à la mort par pendaison. L’exécution est prévue pour le 15 décembre. En raison de son historique d’évasions, il est gardé dans une cellule spéciale, à l’écart des autres détenus et située dans le coin d’une grande salle afin que tous puissent le voir.
Le frère de Cashel, John, visite ce dernier presque tous les jours. Le 10 décembre, il arrive comme d’habitude et, pleurant et prétendant vouloir dire adieu à son frère Ernest, s’approche des barreaux. Il passe à travers ceux-ci deux revolvers chargés à Ernest, qui les cache. Lors du changement de gardes de nuit, Cashel sort les armes et ordonne aux trois gardes dans la salle de se désarmer et d’ouvrir sa cellule. Il les enchaîne dans cette dernière et quitte l’édifice.
John Cashel avait laissé non loin un cheval à son frère pour que ce dernier puisse s’échapper, mais l’animal est effrayé par l’arrivée d’Ernest et fuit après s’être échappé. Ernest Cashel se réfugie pour la nuit chez une connaissance de Calgary
Le lendemain, le cheval est retrouvé par les autorités. John Cashel avouera son rôle dans l’évasion de son frère et sera condamné plus tard à 2 ans de prison. Les trois gardes sont renvoyés pour manquement à leur devoir.
À la suite de l’évasion de Cashel, on organise une vaste chasse à l’homme. Des signalements sont envoyés de tous les coins de la province de l’Alberta et la plupart d’entre eux mènent à de fausses pistes. Le manque de nourriture et le besoin de logis mènent Cashel à s’introduire dans plusieurs maisons et à forcer ses occupants à lui donner nourriture et vêtements. Cela aide les autorités à retracer son parcours. Plus tard, on a appris que Cashel suivait la progression de la police en lisant les journaux.
Le 24 janvier 1904, la police reçoit une information affirmant que Cashel se cache dans la cave d’une maison d’une ferme en périphérie de Calgary. Un fort contingent policier est envoyé pour arrêter l’homme. Cashel est au sous-sol et s’y barricade après des échanges de coups de feu où il est atteint au pied.
Les autorités encerclent la maison et décident de mettre le feu à cette dernière pour forcer Cashel à sortir. Alors que le feu est allumé, Cashel affirme qu’il va se donner la mort et, peu de temps après, un coup de feu est entendu. La police met le feu quand même et peu de temps après, Cashel affirme qu’il va se rendre si on lui promet de ne pas lui tirer dessus. Une entente est passée et Cashel lance ses armes à l’extérieur avant de se rendre.
Cashel est capturé et emprisonné dans la même cellule d’où il s’était échappé quelque 45 jours plus tôt. Il affirme qu’il se serait enfui aux États-Unis, mais qu’il demeurait dans les environs de Calgary dans l’espoir de faire échapper son frère. Ramené en cour, une nouvelle date d’exécution est fixée rapidement pas cher maillots de foot 2016 online.
Ernest Cashel est pendu le 2 février 1904 à la caserne de la police montée du Nord-Ouest de Calgary. Il est enterré dans une tombe anonyme dans le carré des indigents du Calgary’s Union Cemetery.
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George Pirie Thomson

George Pirie Thomson (1887–1965) was a Royal Navy officer. He is most well known for his work as Britain’s Chief Press Censor during the Second World War.

Thomson was born on 30 January 1887 at Jabalpur in India. His parents were Robert Brown Thomson, a civil engineer in the public works department, and May Forbes, daughter of William R. Pirie.
His parents took Thomson to Switzerland and he spoke only French until he was six years old victoria beckham dresses. He was later sent to George Watson’s College in Edinburgh.
Thomson joined the Royal Navy at the age of fifteen. He claimed that he chose the Royal Navy because he thought that the naval uniform might make him look slimmer.
In 1903 he was rated midshipman and appointed to the cruiser HMS Hyacinth which was then the flagship of rear-admiral George Atkinson-Willes. Hyacinth was part of a squadron of three ships, the others being HMS Fox and HMS Mohawk giuseppe zanotti shoes, which took part in the Fourth Expedition of the Somaliland Campaign. On 20 April Hyacinth and Fox arrived off the Gulluli River after dark. The next day a landing party went ashore: one hundred and twenty-five men of the Hampshire Regiment accompanied more than 300 sailors, commanded by Captain Hood. The fort, which was defended “by rifle fire and mixed iron missiles from two old cannon”, was captured with a loss of three killed and twelve wounded.
In 1908 Thomson passed for lieutenant. In 1910 he was given command of submarine HMS A11 and a year later he transferred to HMS C24 which was then one of the newest vessels. At the beginning of the First World War he was serving on the battleship HMS St. Vincent of the Grand Fleet as a watch-keeper and German interpreter. In 1915 he was given the command of a submarine and spent the last three years of the war in submarine service. Although he did not sink any enemy vessels while on patrol, he was awarded an OBE for his good work.
After the war, Thomson continued in submarines and in 1920 he was promoted to Commander. Also, by this time, he had qualified as an interpreter in four languages, was selected for the Staff Course and was then appointed to the Admiralty for the Naval Intelligence Division.
In 1923 Thomson was given the command of HMS K6, the latest British submarine, which was then the largest in the world.
Thomson was appointed to the flagship HMS Revenge as staff-officer (operations) and in 1927 he was promoted to Captain while in command of the Sixth Submarine Flotilla at Portland. He remained almost continuously in command of submarine flotillas for the next six years.
Later he became Chief of Staff in China and from December 1935 to November 1936 he commanded the cruiser HMS Devonshire.
From 1937 to January 1939 he was second member of the Naval Board of Australia. Then, having served in the navy for thirty-five years, he was promoted to the rank of rear-admiral and retired from the navy.
Thomson married Hilda Long in 1909 and had two daughters.
In 1938, in anticipation of war, a system for press censorship was set up, but not implemented, as an arm of the Ministry of Information. The censor’s office was initially staffed by retired officers from the Royal Navy

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Thomson had been on holiday in the south of France when the war started. Thomson returned to London and presented himself to Churchill. Churchill ordered him to: “Go at once to the Ministry of Information and give Admiral Usborne a hand with the Press Censorship. He appears to be hard pressed.” Thomson later recalled in his book, Blue Pencil Admiral, that he had had “an experience of the Press which was limited to reading my newspaper at the breakfast table”. Despite this inexperience, Thomson found himself dealing with Press Censorship less than a fortnight after the start of the war.
There were no special laws about what the press could publish; journalists were under the same obligation as any other citizen not to engage in “obtaining, recording, communicating to any other person or publishing information which might be useful to an enemy”.[a] The British press censorship system was voluntary and there was no requirement to submit articles before publication; however christian louboutin outlet, those articles that were submitted and cleared for publication effectively protected the newspaper from legal consequences. A series of D (for defence) notices warned which topics were to be avoided and items were not to be submitted to the censor unless there was some doubt as to whether they conflicted with these D notices. After the war, Thomson wrote: “there were over 400,000 separate issues of newspapers during the war … [from which] only 650,000 news items were submitted [to censorship] – that is, only one and a half items from each separate newspaper”.
The body of sensors, being retired officers, were used to giving orders and the journalists were used to challenging authority. However, Thomson made it clear to journalists that he was on their side and a mutually trusting relationship developed. Thomson would not tolerate censorship that ran counter to common sense even when this breached the letter of the D notices and he was always ready to explain why a particular decision had been made.
Admiral Usborne remained at the ministry of information until January 1940. In December 1940 Thomson became chief press censor, a post he held until the end of the war.
After the war, it was decided that the system which Thomson had been operating should be continued in peacetime under the title of the Services, Press, and Broadcasting Committee, with Thomson as secretary. He remained in this post until the early 60s. He was also appointed public relations officer of the Latin American Centre.
Thomson was appointed OBE in 1919, CBE in 1939, and CB in 1946; he was knighted in the New Year’s Honours of 1963. He died at Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton, on 24 January 1965.
Material relating to Thomson is stored in Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives of King’s College London.

Root trainer

A root pruning container is an aid to the cultivation of young plants and trees in nurseries. Many pot designs train the roots. One example is a truncated plastic cone in which a seedling is planted. There is a drainage hole at the bottom and the main tap root tends to grow towards this.
What this achieves is to encourage the roots the grow a denser system of root hairs. How it does this is to have the pots designed so as to air prune the roots.The advantage is when the plant is planted into its home environment it has a stronger root base to start with.
When polythene bags are used instead, this root tends to go through the bag into the ground and is then broken off when the tree is moved for planting. The other roots are insufficiently developed to cope with the shock caused by this and so the tree’s chances of survival are reduced. The root trainer is mounted in a stand above ground so that, when the tap root emerges, it is dried by the air. This air pruning causes the root inside the pot to thicken with stored carbohydrates that support vigorous root growth when the plant is put in the ground. The other lateral roots of the plant grow to compensate for this—so a stronger root ball forms adidas deutschland, which improves the sapling’s chances.
When raising multiple seedlings, the root trainers are commonly placed in trays or racks. The size of each trainer depends upon the species but, for broad-leaved trees, the capacity is about a cup. Vertical ribs inside the trainer are positioned to train the roots to grow downwards and so prevent root spiralling.
Owing to numerous problems (stability, restricted growth, etc.), the issue of root circling in root pruning containers had to be addressed. Some, even today, promote cutting, slicing, or shaving root systems of plants grown in conventional containers prior to planting to stop circling. However, this is only partially effective and, like mechanical field pruning, it creates open wounds, allowing pathogens an opportunity to attack.
Most understood the root system is extremely important to its overall performance once planted out. and have tried changing container designs. One of the first designs was simply using an open-bottomed, waxed cardboard milk carton container. The results were promising. When the taproot eventually reached the base, it would become exposed to air, dehydrate and die at the tip, stimulating roots to branch behind this point, much like pruning a hedge. However, all roots were forced downward so there was still plenty of room for improvement to gain side branching.
A container with vertical slots on the side was tested. Surprisingly, the results were poor. Water loss was high and only occasionally would roots find a slot and branch. The majority continued to circle.
Interior ribs were added to deflect roots, but these containers would not stack Maje On Sale. Polybags had been tested and root branching occurred where root were trapped in the gusseted bottom. These proved difficult to fill and handle, and still no side branching. The Stairstep container was a design that trapped root tips to force branching and yet could be stacked. However, production costs made this container difficult to manufacture.
One container designer tried “root suffocation pruning.” When a root grows into a reservoir of water at the bottom, it is suffocated. The death of the root tip causes root branching but as with physically cutting roots, pathogens are a problem.
Some containers even use chemicals to cause root branching. Some herbicides have been uses as well as copper, but copper creates toxicity issues for the plant.
Porous fabric containers have been tried but have high water loss and salt accumulation. Plus, these containers are still passive with root pruning, relying on roots eventually finding an opening.
The evolution of root pruning containers continues and currently rests in three types.
1. Knit fabric inground containers work well. Roots grow through specifically sized holes but are girdled and cannot expand. The swelling of the root both inside and outside of the girdled point causes branching within the container, yet greatly minimized any open wounds at harvest.
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3. Finally, millions of trees are grown yearly using the latest design of containers for air-root-pruning. There are several types on the market, but the original root pruning container system uses a design of ribs, ledges, and holes to actively direct roots to openings. These containers range from propagation sizes of a few cubic inches to hundreds of gallons coast dress. With timely shifts, the root pruning momentum can be continued throughout production to equip plants with a root system that ultimately gives the best chance to be securely anchored and succeed in the final planting.

Shaun Toub

Shaun Toub (Persian: شان طوب‎‎ 2016 dior schoenen, born 1963) is an Iranian film and television actor. He is perhaps best known for his roles as Yinsen in 2008’s Iron Man, Farhad in the 2004 movie Crash 2016 hermes schoenen, Rahim Khan in the movie The Kite Runner, and Majid Javadi in the Showtime TV series Homeland.

Toub, who is of Persian Jewish background, was born in Tehran, Iran and raised in Manchester, England (his family left Iran before the 1979 revolution). At the age of fourteen, he moved to Switzerland, and after a two-year stay, he crossed the Atlantic to Nashua, New Hampshire to finish his last year of high school. His high school yearbook notes: “The funniest guy in school and the most likely to succeed in the entertainment world.” After two years of college in Massachusetts, Shaun transferred to USC.
Shaun is active in the Iranian Jewish community. Through various charity events and public speaking engagements, he inspires the community to embrace the arts, as the arts enhance everyday life. He has been a recipient of the Sephard award at the Los Angeles Sephardic Film Festival. Toub currently resides in Los Angeles.
Through a chance encounter with a talent agent, he broke into the Hollywood scene. Toub has received accolades for several of his appearances in over 100 television episodes including Seinfeld, The Sopranos, ER, NCIS, Married… with Children, Lost, Homeland and various movies made for television.
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Toub played Ho Yinsen in the 2008 film Iron Man. Yinsen is the surgeon held captive by terrorists who first saves Tony Stark’s life then helps Stark escape by helping him construct the first Iron Man suit. Toub reprises the role in a cameo appearance in the 2013 film Iron Man 3.

Mawdud

Mawdud ibn Altuntash (also spelled Maudud or Sharaf al-Dawla Mawdûd) (died October 2, 1113) was a Turkic military leader who was atabeg of Mosul from 1109 to 1113 2016 Puma fotbollsskor på nätet. He organized several expeditions to reconquer lands from the Crusaders, but never succeeded.
Mawdud was an officer of Mehmed I of Great Seljuk, who sent him to reconquer Mosul from the rebel atabeg Jawali. After his conquest of the city 2016 billig Adidas fotboll jacka utlopp, Mehmed entrusted him with several military attempts to push back the Crusaders from the nearby Principality of Antioch and county of Edessa. The first attempt was launched in 1110; having joined forces with Ilghazi, the emir of Mardin, and of Soqman al Qutbi, emir of Khilat, they began by besieging Edessa from April of that year, but Baldwin I of Jerusalem intervened, and forced Mawdud to retreat.
The following year Mawdud marched against Edessa, but as the city walls had been quickly strengthened, he preferred to lay siege to the town of Turbessel, held by Joscelin I of Courtenay. When Radwan of Aleppo sent news that the Christians under Tancred were on the verge of capturing Aleppo, he moved on to that city. On his arrival, however, he discovered that the capture of the city was not imminent at all 2016 Puma fotbollsskor på nätet, and that Radwan even refused to open the city’s gates for him. He also received the news that a relief army which had been sent by Baldwin was now marching northwards, so he raised the siege of Turbessel and the subsequent Battle of Shaizar proved to be indecisive and a tactical draw 2016 billig Adidas fotboll jacka utlopp.
The 1112 campaign began again with the siege of Turbessel, but was halted when a party of the Mosul army was decimated by Joscelin on June 15. An attempt to capture Edessa with the assistance of its Armenian population was discovered by count Baldwin II, resulting in the slaughter of the Armenian participants.
In 1113 Toghtekin of Damascus, tired of the ravages by the Christian forces against his territories, appealed to Mawdud to join him to invade the Kingdom of Jerusalem. The two pillaged Galilee and besieged Tiberias, though without being able to capture it. On June 28, however, the Muslims defeated King Baldwin I of Jerusalem’s army at the Battle of Al-Sannabra. Reinforcements saved the Christian forces from total annihilation and prevented the Muslim commanders from exploiting the victory, and ultimately forced them to retreat to Damascus due to a lack of supplies.
It was while in Damascus as a guest of Toghtekin that Mawdud was assassinated by the Hashshashin.

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В военно-воздушных силах (ВВС) и военно-морском флоте (ВМФ) России собирательном названием формирований является слово — Силы.

Сухопутные силы (военные силы) вооружённых сил Российской империи, в 1881 году, состояли из войск регулярных и иррегулярных. Войска в свою очередь подразделялись на полевые дешевым Adidas футбола, крепостные, казачьи и милицию bogner москва, резервные bogner москва, запасные, местные и вспомогательного значения.
То что сейчас называется родом войск ранее называлось родом оружия.

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Cingétorix (Britton)

Cingétorix, dont le nom signifie le « roi des vaillants », est un des quatre rois celtes brittoniques de l’actuelle région du Kent qui s’opposa aux Romains lors de la seconde expédition de César, en 54 av. J maillots de foot en ligne.-C. dans l’île de Bretagne.
Sur ordre de Cassivellaunos, dont ils sont les « clients », Carvilios, Cingétorix, Segovax et Taximagulos forment une coalition qui attaque le camp des vaisseaux de César installé sur la côte. L’attaque est un échec qui entraîne la soumission de Cassivellaunos. Mandubracios récupère la souveraineté des Trinovantes.
Cingétorix nous est connu par une mention de Jules César dans ses Commentaires sur la Guerre des Gaules :
« Tandis que ces événements se déroulent à l’intérieur, Cassivellaunos envoie dans le Cantium, qui est, comme nous l’avons dit plus haut, une région maritime, et qui obéissait à quatre rois, Cingétorix, Carvilios, Taximagulos et Ségovax, des messagers portant à ces rois l’ordre d’attaquer à l’improviste, toutes forces réunies, le camp des vaisseaux sandro robe. Quand ils s’y présentèrent, les nôtres firent une sortie et leur tuèrent beaucoup de monde, faisant même prisonnier un chef de haute naissance, Lugotorix ; ils rentrèrent ensuite au camp sans pertes. À la nouvelle de ce combat, Cassivellaunos, découragé par tant d’échecs maillots de football 2016, ému par la dévastation de son territoire, et surtout alarmé de la défection des cités, envoie des députés à César, par l’intermédiaire de l’Atrébate Commios, pour traiter de sa soumission. César, qui avait résolu de passer l’hiver sur le continent bogner ski wear, à cause des mouvements soudains qui pouvaient se produire en Gaule, qui, d’autre part, voyait l’été déjà avancé et comprenait qu’il serait facile à l’ennemi de temporiser jusqu’à son terme, ordonne la livraison d’otages et fixe le tribut que la Bretagne devra payer chaque année au peuple Romains ; il interdit formellement à Cassivellaunos d’inquiéter ni Mandubracios ni les Trinovantes. »
— Jules César, Commentaire sur la guerre des Gaules, Livre V, chapitre XXII.
Il ne doit pas être confondu avec son homonyme Cingétorix, notable gaulois du peuple des Trévires.

Gap Hockey Club

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Le Gap Hockey Club est un club français de hockey sur glace évoluant en 2014-2015 en Ligue Magnus. L’équipe, surnommée les Rapaces est entraînée par Luciano Basile.

Le club est créé en 1937 et s’engage en championnat de France en 1945, où il évolue en deuxième série.
En 1955, c’est l’inauguration de la patinoire Roger Brown, qui devient artificielle en 1961. Les Gapençais débutent en 1re série (division élite) pour la saison 1962-63.
À partir de 1962, le canadien Camil Gélinas, entraineur de l’ACBB à son heure de gloire, devient entraineur de toutes les catégories de Gap, à la demande du Président de la FFSG, Jean Ferrand. Cela porte se fruits avec un premier titre de champion de France, en catégorie junior en 1965.
En 1972, d’autres travaux sur la patinoire (couverture de la piste) permettent l’utilisation permanente de la glace crampons de football de puma pas cher, et d’accueillir les championnats du monde groupe C.
Pendant ce temps, l’équipe sénior progresse encore, notamment grâce à l’arrivée du tchèque Zdeněk Bláha comme entraineur et remporte son premier titre de champion de France en 1977. Gap réalise le doublé l’année suivante.
Le club continue par la suite à être un grand club formateur, en remportant jusque dans les années 1980 pas moins de 21 titres de champion de France dans les catégories mineur et étant vice-champion de France en 1983-84.
En 1989, le club finit à l’avant-dernier place de la Nationale 1A et peut se maintenir. Mais préfère descendre pour mettre fin à l’aventure professionnelle, qui coute cher.
Pour la saison 1992-93, Gap remonte une première fois en élite, à la suite d’un remaniement des divisions et de l’abandon de la ligue nationale à 10 clubs. En 1996 2016 soccer jerseys en ligne, le club remporte la Division 1 et remonte à nouveau. Nouvelle descente immédiate, quand Gap échoue à se maintenir en poule de maintien. Le club descend lentement dans la hiérarchie française, devant même disputer un barrage pour se maintenir en Division 1 lors de la saison 2001-2002. Mais le club rebondit la saison suivante, grâce à l’élargissement de l’élite vers un Super 16. Tâche difficile, puisqu’avec le plus faible budget, Gap est souvent dans le bas de tableau. Il finit même par re-descendre au second échelon en 2006. En 2009, grâce à un nouveau titre de champion de Division 1, le club revient dans la ligue élite, la Ligue Magnus.
Aujourd’hui, le club possède un des plus beaux palmarès du hockey français avec 29 titres nationaux, 37 podiums, 2 participations à la coupe d’Europe, 1 coupe des As et 22 joueurs sélectionnées en équipe nationale dont huit pour les Jeux olympiques.
Entre le début de la saison 2009-2010 et la fin de la saison 2012-2013, les matchs de Gap à domicile étaient diffusés en direct vidéo sur le site des rapaces grâce à l’équipe du Rapace Live.
Longtemps annoncé le projet de rénovation de la patinoire a enfin abouti. Les travaux s’échelonneront jusqu’en août 2012. La patinoire sera complètement refaite et sa capacité sera portée à 2000 places. Lors de la saison 2011-2012 maillots de foot en ligne, les rapaces joueront leurs matchs « à domicile » au Palais omnisports Marseille Grand Est.
Le 23 octobre 2012, Georges Obninsky, président du club annonce sa démission lors d’une conférence de presse . Il est remplacé par Philippe Vial et Jérôme Escallier.
À l’issue de la saison 2014-2015, Les Rapaces de Gap remportent la Ligue Magnus, devenant ainsi Champions de France pour la troisième fois de leur histoire.
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Vainqueur de la coupe de la ligue 2016.
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L’équipe est entraînée par Luciano Basile.
Cette section présente les statistiques des meilleurs pointeurs du club en championnat (saison régulière et séries éliminatoires) depuis 1986.
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. Il s’agit des Eagles Forts. Ils organisent les déplacements des supporters lors des matchs à l’extérieur.
Le club jouit d’une forte popularité à Gap. En effet, c’est l’unique club sportif de la ville à avoir une équipe de haut niveau jouant dans l’élite de son sport et à avoir un riche palmarès. Il n’y a pas de concurrence avec des sports plus populaires (football, rugby, handball…) du fait des résultats fluctuant de ces derniers. De plus, c’est la première affluence sportive de la ville devant le Gap HAFC.
Gap dispute dans son championnat le derby alpin face aux voisins des Brûleurs de loups de Grenoble et aussi le derby haut-alpin face aux Diables rouges de Briançon.
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Dragon’s Teeth (Star Trek: Voyager)

“Dragon’s Teeth” is the 127th episode of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: Voyager airing on the UPN network. It is the seventh episode of the sixth season.
The episode name refers to the Greek legend of dragon’s teeth, where the teeth of a slain dragon were sown into the battlefield. The teeth sprouted up into an army of warriors, who continued to fight.

In a city under attack Women Sandro, Gedrin convinces his nervous wife, Jisa, to enter a stasis chamber and then enters one himself.
Voyager is caught in a subspace corridor. A vessel of the Turei species helps Voyager re-enter normal space. When Captain Kathryn Janeway discovers they have traveled more than 200 light years in a few minutes, she requests that the Turei aid them further, but the Turei insist on wiping Voyager’s computers of any information regarding the corridor. When Janeway refuses, the Turei ship attacks and summons reinforcements. Janeway has Voyager land on a nearby planet, shrouded in radiation that prevents the Turei from following them. The crew begins repairs while the Turei remain in orbit.
The planet contains the remains of a civilization that was destroyed nearly 900 years earlier. Detecting lifesigns, Janeway, Lt Maje Sale. Tuvok, and Seven of Nine discover stasis chambers, containing several hundred alien bodies. Seven, without waiting for Janeway’s orders, wakes Gedrin. Jisa’s body has decomposed and Gedrin mourns the loss of his wife. Recovering aboard Voyager, Gedrin explains that his race, the Vaadwaur, discovered the subspace corridors and were attacked by other races who wished to seize them. He and hundreds of other Vaadwaur, along with their weapons and ships, entered stasis in caverns below the planet’s surface, anticipating being revived five years later, but their control equipment was apparently damaged. Gedrin struggles with how much time has passed. The Vaadwaur were familiar with Neelix’s species, the Talaxians; Neelix recognizes the term “Vaadwaur” as an old Talaxian word meaning “foolish.”
Janeway and Gedrin plan to fight off the Turei and return to the subspace tunnels, and proceed to waken the other Vaadwaur; Commander Chakotay is reminded of a Greek myth whereby warriors would rise after the teeth of a defeated dragon were buried in the ground. Neelix and Seven research the Vaadwaur in Talaxian folklore and a Borg database, discovering that the Vaadwaur were the aggressors, using their subspace corridors to invade planets; Neelix informs Janeway. Meanwhile, Voyager’s crew are unaware that the Vaadwaur plan to hijack Voyager in order to conquer a new colony for themselves. Gedrin warns Janeway, siding with Voyager’s crew against his own people.
After the Vaadwaur turn openly hostile, Janeway allies with the Turei. Tuvok and Gedrin return to the planet to [radio jamming|jam] a satellite, allowing the Turei to use it to target the Vaadwaur ships Free People 2016. After Tuvok returns to the ship, Gedrin stays behind to maintain the signal; he is killed when the chamber collapses. Voyager escapes and leaves the sector. They detect that 53 Vaadwaur ships escaped the Turei assault and could threaten them in the future. Seven apologizes for causing the new war by waking Gedrin, but Janeway notes she might have done the same.
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