Multi_Viral

Multi_Viral is the fifth studio album from Puerto Rican band Calle 13, released on March 1, 2014. It marks the band’s debut release via their new independent label, El Abismo, since they parted ways with Sony Music Latin.

The album was mixed at Electric Lady Studios, in Greenwich Village, New York City.
During the recording of the album in San Juan, Visitante saw the light bulbs in the studio burning out one by one as the months passed. He promised not to replace any of them until the album was finished. The last lamp burned one week before the album was ready, and Visitante said he would continue to work in the dark.
The album was released on March 1, 2014, coinciding with the band’s debut performance of their South American tour at the Estadio Arquitecto Ricardo Etcheverry in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Every attendee of the tour received a digital download card for the album. This is part of the “multiviral” concept of the album, as the band’s composer and instrumentalist Visitante explains:
Vocalist and lyricist Residente added that the album will be promoted not by traditional advertising but by word of mouth, virally.
On February 27, NPR Music made the entire album available for listening via streaming.
Residente has described the lyrics of the album as “more existential” and went on to say: “Suddenly, I’ve started to be more aware, or worried, about living and dying. I thought, maybe I can do something bigger than politics”.
The album opening track was described by Jon Pareles as “an elegant chamber-pop setting, with hints of Beatles harmony”. It will feature spoken words by Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galeano.
The track “Adentro” criticizes gangsta rappers and their lyrics, considered aggressive by Residente but also shows Residente apologizing for insulting Luis Fortuño, then governor of Puerto Rico fotball klær, during a 2009 speech. Working further on self-criticism, Residente mentions a Maserati he bought during Calle 13 first successful years, something he later regretted. So much that the video for the song features Residente smashing the car, not before the “gangsta-influenced Puerto Rican youth” throw their guns and gold through its open windows onto the seats. Residente destroyed the car using a baseball bat provided by Willie Mays, a hero to Residente. Commenting on the idea of the song and the video, Residente said:
When Visitante studied the concept of the song, he tried not to use typical hip hop rhythms and loops. A set of Grammy Awards trophies was used for percussion at some parts of the song.
The title-track and first single covers the topic of media manipulation and disinformation while referencing protests such as Occupy Wall Street and Yo Soy 132.
The track “Ojos Color Sol”, which is the third single, is a collaboration with Cuban songwriter Silvio Rodríguez, an influence of Residente’s. The song expresses the idea that the sunlight would not be missed because the look of a woman is as bright as the star’s light.
The second single, “El Aguante”, features a “brisk Irish-flavored flute melody”. It is influenced by Ireland’s resistance to assimilation and mentions several other historical conflicts, wars and dictatorships. The chorus of the song was sung by Residente and a group of people. Some sections of the song have percussive sounds that were produced by Residente, Visitante and a third man hitting bottles on a wooden plate with several metallic objects on it.
“Respira el momento” (The original name was “La vida” but as Residente said “They were a lot of songs just coming out with that name so we changed it”) talks about the cycle of a human life. The chorus is built on a Native American chant. They invited Native American singer Vernon Foster, whom they discovered on YouTube, but he was in Romania at the time. They had him fly to San Juan anyway. Visitante said the song reflected the way he felt during the preparing of the album, saying it was the first song to be thought of and the last to be finished rabatt Puma fotballsko cleats utløp 2016. Residente said it was difficult to write a song that summarized life, and that he did some research on data such as how many people are born and die every day, month and year; how much one walks during a lifetime 2016 Adidas fotball utstyr online, etc. A string quartet guest appeared on this track. The song’s tempo was intended to match that of a baby’s heartbeat.
Will Hermes of Rolling Stone said the band “have made as ambitious a hip-hop album – if that’s not too narrow a term – as any in any language” 2016 Adidas fotball utstyr online, and considered the title track, as well as the whole album, “an object lesson in just that.” David Jeffries from AllMusic said the album kept the “political commentary” and “genre-jumping” while showing a “sense of earned artistic freedom”. He also commented that “it’s amazing the album doesn’t fall apart because of weight, or come off like a dry civics class”.
Multi_Viral and its songs received ten nominations for the Latin Grammy Awards of 2014 – the same number of their previous studio release, Entren Los Que Quieran. The album itself was nominated for Album of the Year and Best Urban Music Album. The third single “Adentro” was nominated for three categories: Best Urban Performance, Best Urban Song (to which “Cuando los pies besan el piso” was also nominated) and Best Short Form Music Video. The second single (“El Aguante”) and the fourth single (“Ojos Color de Sol”) were also nominated for Best Alternative Song and Song of the Year, respectively, and “Respira el Momento” was nominated for Record of the Year. The band’s producer and instrumentalist Visitante was nominated for Producer of the Year, not only for his work on this album, but also for producing Jorge Drexler’s “Todo Cae”.
In 2015, the album won the Grammy Award for Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album. Also in 2015, the videos for the tracks “Así de grande son las ideas” and “Ojos color de sol” were nominated for the 16th Latin Grammy Awards in the Best Short Form Music Video category.
All lyrics written by Residente, all music composed by Visitante.

Elmars Zemgalis

Elmars (ursprünglich Elmārs) Zemgalis (* 9. September 1923 in Riga, Lettland; † 8. Dezember 2014) war ein lettisch-amerikanischer Schachspieler und Mathematiker. Den Höhepunkt seiner Schachkarriere erlebte er im Deutschland der frühen Nachkriegszeit, wo er mehrere Jahre als Flüchtling lebte Discount Nike Strumpf Steckdose 2016.

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. Als die Rote Armee 1944 zum zweiten Mal Lettland okkupierte – vorangegangen waren die sowjetische Annexion des Landes im Jahr 1940 und die mehrjährige Besetzung durch deutsche Truppen – floh Zemgalis in den Westen. Er gehörte damit zu den zahlreichen osteuropäischen Flüchtlingen, die mit dem Status als Displaced Person vorläufig auf dem Gebiet der späteren Bundesrepublik Aufnahme fanden.
Mehrere Jahre lang war Zemgalis in Stuttgart ansässig. Die meisten „DPs“ konnten oder wollten nicht in ihre Heimat zurückkehren. In der Regel erhielten sie später Gelegenheit zur Auswanderung in ein anderes Land. Zemgalis emigrierte schließlich 1951 zusammen mit seiner Frau in die USA und ließ sich im nächsten Jahr in Seattle nieder.
Neben seinem Broterwerb absolvierte er ein Abendstudium der Mathematik. Zemgalis war in seinem Fach erfolgreich und wurde später Mathematik-Lehrer am Highline Community College in Des Moines (ebenfalls im Staat Washington). Zudem verfasste er mehrere mathematische Lehrbücher.
Lettland besaß frühzeitig eine große Schachtradition. Zemgalis hatte als junger Spieler Gelegenheit, Schnellpartien mit dem lettischen Weltklassespieler Vladimirs Petrovs auszutragen. Petrovs, der 1937 beim Turnier in Kemeri punktgleich mit Salo Flohr und Samuel Reshevsky gesiegt hatte (vor Aljechin und Keres), starb sechs Jahre später in einem sowjetischen Gefangenenlager. Während der unruhigen Kriegsjahre gewann Zemgalis die lettischen Gewerkschaftsmeisterschaften 1942 und 1943 (geteilter Erster mit A. Krumins). Der Jugendliche gewann außerdem die Stadtmeisterschaft von Jelgava.
Seine besten Jahre als Schachspieler erlebte Zemgalis in seiner Zeit als Flüchtling in Deutschland. Er nahm an einer größeren Anzahl bedeutender Nachkriegsturniere teil. Beim Turnier in Augsburg 1946 wurde er Zweiter hinter Wolfgang Unzicker. Im gleichen Jahr wurde er wiederum Zweiter (hinter Fedir Bohatyrtschuk) beim Klaus-Junge-Gedenkturnier in Regensburg. Beim Hermann-Mattison-Gedenkturnier in Hanau 1947 musste er seinem Landsmann Lūcijs Endzelīns den Vortritt überlassen, der später nach Australien emigrierte; den 3./4. Platz teilten Efim Bogoljubow und Baldur Hönlinger.
In den Jahren 1948 und 1949 wurde Zemgalis außerdem zweimal Meister von Württemberg. Seinen größten Erfolg erzielte er 1949 bei dem gut besetzten Turnier von Oldenburg, das er zusammen mit Bogoljubow (mit je zwölf Punkten aus 17 Partien) gewann Bogner Online Shop. Unter den weiteren Teilnehmern befanden sich Herbert Heinicke, Nicolas Rossolimo, Ortvin Sarapu (ein Flüchtling aus Estland), Georg Kieninger und Wolfgang Unzicker. Ein Ausdruck der Anerkennung, die er als Spieler erfuhr, war das „Zemgalis-Abschiedsturnier“ in Stuttgart 1951, das Zemgalis (mit 7,5 aus 8) vor Emil Joseph Diemer gewann 2016 fußball trikots online.
In den USA konnte Zemgalis, der nun beruflich und familiär stärker eingebunden war, nicht mehr in vollem Umfang an seine Erfolge anknüpfen. Zweifellos war er für längere Zeit der stärkste Meister im pazifischen Nordwesten der USA. Im Jahr 1952 behielt er in Seattle mit 3:1 in einem kurzen Wettkampf gegen Olav Ulvestad die Oberhand. In den Jahren 1953 und 1959 gewann er die Meisterschaft des Staates Washington. Ab Mitte der 1960er Jahre begann sich Zemgalis allmählich vom aktiven Schach zurückzuziehen.
Die 2001 publizierte (auch als DVD erschienene) Biografie von John Donaldson hat die Erinnerung an den einstigen Spitzenspieler wiederbelebt. Im Jahr 2003 zeichnete der Weltschachbund FIDE Zemgalis mit dem Titel eines Ehren-Großmeisters aus.
Die beste historische Elo-Zahl für Zemgalis wurde mit 2609 für Januar 1950 berechnet, wobei das Ergebnis des Oldenburger Turniers zugrunde gelegt wird.
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Germane

Hydrure de germanium

Le germane, ou tétrahydrure de germanium, est le composé chimique de formule GeH4. C’est l’hydrure le plus simple du germanium, et l’analogue du silane SiH4 pour le silicium ou du méthane CH4 pour le carbone maillots de foot vente. La molécule GeH4 a une géométrie tétraédrique, comme les molécules SiH4 et CH4.

Le germane est la forme industriellement la plus utile du germanium, de sorte que de nombreuses méthodes de préparation industrielle ont été élaborées pour en produire. On peut les ranger en trois catégories :
La réduction chimique consiste à faire réagir des composés contenant du germanium (par exemple du germanium élémentaire, du tétrachlorure de germanium GeCl4 ou du dioxyde de germanium) GeO2 avec un agent réducteur tel que NaBH4, KBH4, LiBH4

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, NaAlH4, LiH, NaH ou MgH2. La réaction peut avoir lieu aussi bien dans un solvant organique qu’en solution aqueuse. En laboratoire, le germane peut s’obtenir en faisant réagir des composés au Ge(IV) avec des hydrures, par exemple :
La réduction électrochimique consiste à appliquer une tension entre d’une part une cathode de germanium métallique immergée dans un électrolyte aqueux et d’autre part une anode en molybdène ou en cadmium. Dans ce dispositif, le germane et l’hydrogène se forment à l’anode tandis que l’anode se couvre d’oxyde de molybdène ou de cadmium selon le cas.
La synthèse au plasma consiste à bombarder du germanium métallique avec des atomes d’hydrogène produits à partir d’une source plasma haute fréquence afin de produire du germane et du digermane.
Dans l’ammoniac liquide, GeH4 s’ionise avec NH3 pour former GeH3- et NH4+ karen millen france. Toujours dans l’ammoniac liquide, GeH4 réagit avec les métaux alcalins pour former des composés cristallins blancs de type MGeH3 (où M représente Li, Na, K sac lancel, Rb et Cs). Les cristaux de KGeH3 et RbGeH3 ont la même structure que le chlorure de sodium, indiquant que les anions GeH3- y ont une rotation libre, contrairement au cristal CsGeH3, qui a la structure distordue de l’iodure de thallium.

Robert Bunsen

Robert Wilhelm Eberhard Bunsen (30 March 1811[N1] – 16 August 1899) was a German chemist. He investigated emission spectra of heated elements, and discovered caesium (in 1860) and rubidium (in 1861) with the physicist Gustav Kirchhoff. Bunsen developed several gas-analytical methods, was a pioneer in photochemistry, and did early work in the field of organoarsenic chemistry. With his laboratory assistant, Peter Desaga, he developed the Bunsen burner, an improvement on the laboratory burners then in use. The Bunsen–Kirchhoff Award for spectroscopy is named after Bunsen and Kirchhoff.

Robert Bunsen was born at Göttingen in 1811 jordans shoes wholesale, in what is now the state of Lower Saxony in Germany. Bunsen was the youngest of four sons of the University of Göttingen’s chief librarian and professor of modern philology, Christian Bunsen (1770–1837). Sources disagree on Robert Bunsen’s exact birth date. His parish register, as well as two curricula vitae handwritten by Bunsen himself, support the claim that 30 March 1811 is Bunsen’s true birth date; however, many later sources cite 31 March as the date. According to his biographer Georg Lockemann, Bunsen himself celebrated his birthday on the 31st in his later years Rose Red toothpaste dispenser. Lockemann nevertheless regarded the 30th as the correct date.
After attending school in Holzminden, Bunsen matriculated at Göttingen in 1828 and studied chemistry with Friedrich Stromeyer as well as mineralogy with Johann Friedrich Ludwig Hausmann and mathematics with Carl Friedrich Gauss. After obtaining a PhD in 1831, Bunsen spent 1832 and 1833 traveling in Germany, France, and Austria; Friedlieb Runge (who discovered aniline and in 1819 isolated caffeine), Justus von Liebig in Giessen, and Eilhard Mitscherlich in Bonn were among the many scientists he met on his journeys.
In 1833 Bunsen became a lecturer at Göttingen and began experimental studies of the (in)solubility of metal salts of arsenous acid. His discovery of the use of iron oxide hydrate as a precipitating agent is still today the most effective antidote against arsenic poisoning. This interdisciplinary research was carried on and published in conjunction with the physician Arnold Adolph Berthold. In 1836, Bunsen succeeded Friedrich Wöhler at the Polytechnic School of Kassel. Bunsen taught there for three years, and then accepted an associate professorship at the University of Marburg, where he continued his studies on cacodyl derivatives. He was promoted to full professorship in 1841.
Bunsen’s work brought him quick and wide acclaim, partly because cacodyl, which is extremely toxic and undergoes spontaneous combustion in dry air, is so difficult to work with. Bunsen almost died from arsenic poisoning, and an explosion with cacodyl cost him sight in his right eye. In 1841[citation needed], Bunsen created the Bunsen cell battery, using a carbon electrode instead of the expensive platinum electrode used in William Robert Grove’s electrochemical cell. Early in 1851 he accepted a professorship at the University of Breslau, where he taught for three semesters.[citation needed]
In late 1852 Bunsen became the successor of Leopold Gmelin at the University of Heidelberg. There he used electrolysis to produce pure metals, such as chromium, magnesium, aluminum

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, manganese, sodium, barium, calcium and lithium. A long collaboration with Henry Enfield Roscoe began in 1852, in which they studied the photochemical formation of hydrogen chloride from hydrogen and chlorine. From this work, the reciprocity law of Bunsen and Roscoe originated. He discontinued his work with Roscoe in 1859 and joined Gustav Kirchhoff to study emission spectra of heated elements, a research area called spectrum analysis. For this work, Bunsen and his laboratory assistant, Peter Desaga, had perfected a special gas burner by 1855, which was influenced by earlier models. The newer design of Bunsen and Desaga, which provided a very hot and clean flame, is now called simply the “Bunsen burner”.
There had been earlier studies of the characteristic colors of heated elements, but nothing systematic. In the summer of 1859, Kirchhoff suggested to Bunsen that he should try to form prismatic spectra of these colors. By October of that year the two scientists had invented an appropriate instrument, a prototype spectroscope. Using it, they were able to identify the characteristic spectra of sodium, lithium, and potassium. After numerous laborious purifications, Bunsen proved that highly pure samples gave unique spectra. In the course of this work, Bunsen detected previously unknown new blue spectral emission lines in samples of mineral water from Dürkheim. He guessed that these lines indicated the existence of an undiscovered chemical element. After careful distillation of forty tons of this water, in the spring of 1860 he was able to isolate 17 grams of a new element. He named the element “caesium”, after the Latin word for deep blue. The following year he discovered rubidium, by a similar process.[citation needed]
In 1860, Bunsen was elected a foreign member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.[citation needed]
In 1877, Robert Bunsen together with Gustav Robert Kirchhoff were the first recipients of the prestigious Davy Medal “for their researches & discoveries in spectrum analysis”.
Bunsen was one of the most universally admired scientists of his generation. He was a master teacher, devoted to his students, and they were equally devoted to him. At a time of vigorous and often caustic scientific debates, Bunsen always conducted himself as a perfect gentleman Cheap The Kooples, maintaining his distance from theoretical disputes. He much preferred to work quietly in his laboratory, continuing to enrich his science with useful discoveries. As a matter of principle he never took out a patent. He never married.
Despite his lack of pretension, Bunsen was a vivid “chemical character,” had a well-developed sense of humor, and is the subject of many amusing anecdotes.
When Bunsen retired at the age of 78, he shifted his work solely to geology and mineralogy, interests which he had pursued throughout his career. He died in Heidelberg at the age of 88.

Colin Morgan

Colin Morgan (born 1 January 1986) is a Northern Irish film, television, theatre and radio actor best known for playing the title character in the BBC fantasy series Merlin and main roles in Humans and The Fall; his stage role as Ariel in The Tempest; and film roles in Testament of Youth and Legend.
Morgan made his West End theatre debut in 2007 to critical acclaim as the title character in DBC Pierre’s Vernon God Little. He went on to appear in the London theatre productions Pedro Almodóvar’s Todo sobre mi madre (All About My Mother) in 2007, Thomas Babe’s A Prayer for My Daughter in 2008, Pedro Miguel Rozo’s Our Private Life in 2011, Step in Time at The Old Vic 24 Hour Musicals Celebrity Gala in 2012 mackage sale, Shakespeare’s The Tempest in 2013, and Jez Butterworth’s Mojo during 2013 and 2014.
In addition to his lead role in the fantasy-adventure television programme Merlin (2008–12), Morgan has appeared in The Catherine Tate Show (2007), Doctor Who (2008), Quirke (2014), The Fall (2014–present), and Humans (2015–present), the two latter shows he will reappear in, in 2016. He will also star in BBC One’s six-part Victorian era supernatural drama series The Living and the Dead (2016) as the gentleman farmer Nathan Appleby, the central character of the story. Film roles include Parked (2010), Island (2011), Testament of Youth (2015), Legend (2015), and The Laughing King (2016). He will be starring as the lead character Paul Ashton in Waiting for You (2016), a British coming-of-age feature set in France and England, as well as the Duke of Blackwood in the film The Huntsman: Winter’s War (2016). He will be portraying the central role of the Irish revolutionary mastermind Seán Mac Diarmada in the Easter Rising centenary commemoration film The Rising (2017).
For his performance in Merlin, Morgan received the 2008 Outstanding Newcomer award from Variety Club Showbiz Awards, and was nominated for Outstanding Actor (Drama) in the Monte Carlo TV Festival Awards in 2009, 2010, and 2011, the Best Actor award in Virgin Media TV Awards in 2012, and the prestigious Best Actor in Drama Performance: Male award in National Television Awards in 2013. In the same year, Morgan won Broadway World West End Awards’ Best Featured Actor in a New Production of a Play for his performance as Ariel in The Tempest.
In July 2008, Screen International named Morgan as a “Star of Tomorrow,” alongside actors like Carey Mulligan where he was “hailed as the most exciting drama-school graduate since Ben Whishaw.” In October 2013, he was ranked in the No. 1 spot in BuzzFeed’s “The 17 Rising British Actors Most Likely To Do A Cumberbatch.” In April 2014, Irish entertainment website The Daily Edge included Morgan in their list of “8 young Irish actors who could be on the brink of global stardom,” and in December 2014, The Independent listed him as one of their “Bright Young Things: 10 Faces to Watch in 2015.” In August 2015, Indiewire’s entertainment blog The Playlist included him in their list “On The Rise 2015: 20 Actors To Watch.”

Morgan was born in Armagh, Northern Ireland, the son of Bernard, a painter and decorator, and Bernadette, a nurse. He is the younger of two brothers; he and his brother Neil were raised Roman Catholic.
His childhood was spent in the long shadow of “The Troubles.” Childhood memories include being woken up in the middle of the night in order to evacuate the family home because there was a pipe bomb in the house next door, and having to go into school with a note for his teacher to explain why he hadn’t done his homework. The social repercussions of Northern Ireland’s problems impacted Morgan’s ability to pursue his love of theatre, as there were virtually no opportunities for a young person to nurture, let alone study, acting in the Province at that time. Fortunately, Morgan has said he “found a way to get involved in drama in any way I could. I joined the local amateur dramatic society, and I still have such fond memories of those times.”
His inclination to perform was evident from an early age — he was only five years old when he made his stage debut, appearing in the chorus in a production of Cinderella, and then Peter Pan, among other amateur stage productions during his childhood. While he attended Saints and Scholars Integrated Primary School, Morgan’s teacher Harry McGee became a tremendous inspiration to him; according to Morgan, “[McGee] would stay behind after class each day and he’d pull out a poem and he’d say, ‘Let’s work on this,’ and we’d just do it. He really believed in me and really fueled my passion. And that’s all it takes sometimes, I think, just one person to believe in you.”
McGee gave Morgan the encouragement he needed to attempt a career as a professional actor. In 1997, at the age of eleven, Morgan began studies at Integrated College Dungannon, winning the ‘Denis Rooney Associates Cup’ for best overall student in Year 10. The school described him as a keen musician and budding actor; his drama teacher James McCoy said that Morgan “participated wholeheartedly in every Drama class, concert and production that the college was showcasing.” Morgan starred in several college productions including the renowned Surgical Sensations at St Senapods and Bad Day at Black Frog Creek.
In September 2002, a 16-year-old Morgan auditioned alongside 100 other young performers at Belfast’s Waterfront Hall for the You’re A Star RTÉ One programme which was in search of star quality performers. The winner was to receive a record contract and also represent Ireland at the Eurovision Song Contest. He didn’t make it, but was quoted as saying, “It’s not the end of the world. I’m going to try and make it on stage one day.” Determined, he went on to study in Belfast despite family and friends’ worries because his chosen school was in a predominantly Protestant area that had recently had an incident of masked paramilitary men wanting to execute Roman Catholic students. For two years, Morgan commuted several hours every day between Armagh and Belfast because the latter was the closest city that had a college that offered drama as a subject. He was awarded a National Diploma in Performing Arts from the Belfast Institute of Further and Higher Education in 2004. After winning a spot at the prestigious Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow, Morgan left Northern Ireland to hone his craft for an additional three years, graduating in 2007. In the final year of his undergraduate course, he was discovered by theatre director Rufus Norris and made the decision to leave three-quarters of the way through to make his professional London West End theatre debut as the title character in Vernon God Little. Morgan’s performance was critically acclaimed and used as assessment for his final grade.
In November 2010, the Belfast Metropolitan College (formerly the Belfast Institute of Further and Higher Education) honoured Morgan with an Award of Distinction for his contribution to the Arts.
Morgan made his professional stage debut in the West End as the titular character Vernon God Little in an adaptation of the dark comedy mounted at the Young Vic in 2007. For his turn as the troubled Texan teenager on the run from the police, The Telegraph proclaimed that Morgan “captures all the vulnerability, confusion and gallows humour of the adolescent hero who finds himself in no end of trouble.” The Stage said his performance was “[fu]ll of restless energy and youthful charisma from start to finish,” adding that “Morgan is an absolute delight and carries the weight of the production on his shoulders with ease and a certain swagger.” That same year, Morgan went on to play the role of Esteban, an aspiring teenage writer, in the Old Vic stage adaptation of Pedro Almodóvar’s Todo sobre mi madre (All About My Mother) opposite Dame Diana Rigg, Lesley Manville, and Mark Gatiss. For both of these roles, Morgan was nominated for the 2007 London Newcomer of the Year in the Whatsonstage.com Theatregoers’ Choice Awards.
In 2008, Morgan appeared in the Young Vic production of Thomas Babe’s A Prayer for My Daughter. For the role of Jimmy Rosario, a “waif-like and wasted” Latino murder suspect undergoing interrogation in a New York Police station, Morgan was required to appear nude. The Independent noted Morgan brought Jimmy to life through “twisting, twitching mood-swings and mix of half-druggy cackling punk and half-angelic visionary.” Variety also singled out his “remarkable level of twitchy intensity.”
In 2011, Morgan performed in the Royal Court Theatre production of Colombian dramaturg Pedro Miguel Rozo’s play Our Private Life to favourable reviews as Carlos, a “bipolar compulsive fantasist” homosexual who suspects he was molested by his father as a child. On 9 December 2012, Morgan performed the role of Gary, a flamboyant dance instructor trying to win the heart of one of his students, in Step in Time at The Old Vic 24 Hour Musicals Celebrity Gala in aid of The Old Vic Trust.
He played the fey spirit Ariel opposite Roger Allam’s Prospero in the 2013 Globe Theatre production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest, which was later broadcast to cinemas as part of Globe On Screen in May 2014, with a subsequent DVD release in July 2014. For this role, Morgan sought to imbue his portrayal of Ariel with both ethereal stillness and acrobatic precision that he learned from parkour trainer Chris Rowat. This approach garnered Morgan praise from reviewers: Peter Marks, a theatre critic for the Washington Post, asserted at the time that he “can’t remember a better Ariel,” and that Morgan’s portrayal was “mysterious, in a way I’ve never quite experienced before — also wonderfully vulnerable;” the Birmingham Post’s review of the play (screened live from Globe Theatre Malvern Festival Theatres) noted that “Colin Morgan’s Ariel is arguably the best to date. Morgan has an athlete’s build and the poise of a fine actor. Add to this a sense of restraint and otherworldliness and you can see why Prospero views him with a touch of unease.” Morgan won Best Featured Actor in a New Production of a Play in the 2013 Broadway World West End Awards for his performance.
From 2013 to 2014, Morgan appeared as Skinny Luke in Jez Butterworth’s dark comedy Mojo at the Harold Pinter Theatre. The ensemble cast included Brendan Coyle, Ben Whishaw, Rupert Grint and Daniel Mays. Mojo received favourable reviews and the London production was extended for two weeks, finishing on 8 February 2014. Radio Times described Morgan’s performance as “an accomplished study in human weakness Sandro Online. . . played with precision and pathos.” The Daily Express’s Simon Edge said that Morgan “does one of the best death scenes [he’d] ever seen.”
On 19 April 2015, Morgan appeared at the Old Vic Theatre alongside music and stage legends for an exclusive and highly anticipated one-night theatre event called A Gala in Honour of Kevin Spacey.
Morgan is set to star in a new production of Martin McDonagh’s The Pillowman. The play – which received the 2004 Olivier Award for Best New Play – takes place in a nameless totalitarian state and tells the story of a fiction writer who is interrogated about the gruesome content of his short stories, and their similarities to a number of bizarre child murders occurring in his town.
In television, Morgan first appeared in 2007 as embarrassed gay son John Leary in sketches on The Catherine Tate Show’s “Christmas Special.” In 2008, he portrayed the conflicted emo space boy Jethro Cane opposite David Tennant in the fan-favourite Doctor Who episode “Midnight.”
Morgan is best known for playing the title role in BBC TV series Merlin from 2008 to 2012, alongside a main cast including Bradley James, Katie McGrath, Angel Coulby, Richard Wilson, John Hurt, and Anthony Head. Merlin chronicles the adventures of a young warlock who serves as Arthur’s servant and Gaius’ ward; Merlin must secretly develop his magical gifts under the gaze of kings Uther and Arthur, both of whom despise the art.
The show was loosely based on the Arthurian legends of the young wizard Merlin and his relationship with King Arthur, but differed from traditional versions. It was broadcast on BBC One from 20 September 2008 to 24 December 2012, with a total run of 65 episodes. The series was also popular worldwide, broadcast in 183 countries, giving Morgan international stardom and shooting him to instant fame. For this role, Morgan was nominated for and won multiple acting awards, including the Caron Keating Outstanding Newcomer Award in the 56th annual Variety Club Showbiz Award ceremony on 16 November 2008 (at the start of the series) and the Best Actor in Drama Performance: Male award in the 2013 National Television Awards (at the conclusion of the series).
The role of Merlin proved difficult to cast, according to Merlin co-creator and executive producer Johnny Capps. “We had to find an actor who has a broad playing range, someone with the lightness of touch who will be able to deal with action and magic,” Capps said in a 2011 interview. “We were looking for all of those qualities or the potential of those qualities, and the other important thing for Merlin was likeability. If the audience didn’t like Merlin then we might as well go home. We had an instinct about Colin. At first we weren’t sure about him but then saw him again and again and we watched back his final auditions and said, ‘He’s perfect for the part.'” Before auditioning for the role, Morgan received the script for Prince Arthur by mistake. He only had five minutes before his audition to read over the correct part.
Merlin filmed eight months of the year, predominantly in Wales and France. In between filming, Morgan had various projects ranging from film, theatre, and documentaries for the series. He and co-star Bradley James travelled on an exploration of Arthurian legends for BBC Wales The Real Merlin & Arthur in 2009. That same year, he and the rest of the cast did a behind the scenes special titled Merlin: Secrets and Magic for BBC. In 2010, Morgan appeared with co-star Bradley James in Colin & Bradley’s Merlin Quest, which was produced to accompany Series 3 of Merlin. Both actors appeared in a weekly series of short (usually 2 to 4 minutes) online videos posted on the official site of Merlin. Additionally, Morgan has appeared in the 2008, 2009, and 2010 campaigns held in the United Kingdom to raise money for Children in Need, in short comedic sketches with the rest of the Merlin cast, entitled Merlin in Need.
After spending 2013 in back-to-back West End stage productions, Morgan reappeared on television as ambitious journalist Jimmy Minor in an episode of the 1950s Irish crime drama Quirke, based on the books by John Banville.
Later that year, he took on the role of Tom Anderson, a skillful Detective Sergeant with high career aspirations, alongside Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan in the second series of award-winning Northern Irish BBC Two and RTÉ One drama serial The Fall. Morgan was approached to play the role, meeting with writer Allan Cubitt and lead actress Gillian Anderson in London to discuss his involvement. To prepare for his performance, Morgan read up on police procedures and spoke to the set’s police advisor. He also did an impromptu interview of two police officers he saw in the street in London.
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Morgan will appear with actress Charlotte Spencer in the BBC One Victorian era ghost hunter series The Living and the Dead as the central character Nathan Appleby, a gentleman farmer who is obsessed with the afterlife. Morgan and Spencer will play a West Country couple in 1894 who live in a haunted house plagued by poltergeists and other spectral gate-crashers. The six-hour drama, set in Somerset, England, was written by Ashley Pharoah and Matthew Graham, the team behind Life On Mars and Ashes To Ashes. Director Alice Troughton and the rest of the cast and crew filmed from August 2015 to January 2016.
He will reprise his role as Tom Anderson for The Fall’s Series 3, which started shooting in late November 2015, and will air in 2016. Furthermore, in 2016, Morgan will film the second series of the critically acclaimed series Humans, reappearing as Leo Elster.
Morgan portrayed the homeless drug-addict Cathal O’Regan opposite Colm Meaney in the award-winning 2010 independent Irish film Parked, for which he employed method acting, spending several weeks in Dublin in various locations such as the Aids Alliance to research drug addiction and homelessness. Morgan also took up smoking for a month prior to filming, and used a local Dublin accent. The film received several awards in various film festivals around the world, and Morgan’s performance was praised by multiple critics and director Darragh Byrne.
In 2011, Morgan appeared in the film Island, an independent adaptation of Jane Rogers’ novel of the same name.
Morgan next portrayed WWI British soldier Victor Richardson, a school friend of Vera Brittain’s brother Edward, in a BBC Films and Heyday Films feature adaptation of her first World War I memoir Testament of Youth. The film was made in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of World War I and included actors Alicia Vikander, Kit Harington, Emily Watson, Hayley Atwell, Dominic West and Miranda Richardson. To prepare for the role of the soldier rendered blind during his service, Morgan read Vera Brittain’s works, as well as personal letters exchanged between Vera, Victor, and their friends. He also contacted a Blind Veterans Charity in Brighton, which allowed him to interview someone who had lost their sight in the Second World War and someone who lost their sight more recently. He drew upon these two perspectives and simulated blindness himself using a blindfold and becoming a resident for several hours. The film was very favourably received, as was Morgan’s portrayal of Victor. British Film Institute’s brochure said, “Shining brightly and lingering long in the mind afterwards, are the performances of three rising British stars – Colin Morgan, Taron Egerton and Kit Harington – who do collective justice to the memory of the ordinary heroes they portray,” while Screen Relish said “Colin Morgan as Victor Richardson is the best of the boys, perfectly cast for his take-him-home-to-mother-him childlike face, which Morgan fantastically merges with the sweet but pitiable Victor, who hardens as the war worsens.” Rosie Alison, a producer at Heyday Films, referred to Morgan as “a brilliantly subtle, searching actor – and I was in tears even at his audition as Victor, when he returns from the Front blind. In his performance as Victor, who carries a candle for Vera, he offers a wonderfully poignant tenderness.”
Morgan was featured as Frankie Shea, brother-in-law and personal driver of Tom Hardy’s Reggie Kray, in the 1960s London gangster film Legend based on the book The Profession of Violence: The Rise and Fall of the Kray Twins by John Pearson. Legend premiered on 18 September 2015 in the UK and was released on 2 October 2015 in the US.
For two days in Blackpool, from 9 to 10 May 2015, Morgan filmed The Laughing King (2015), a short film by White No Sugar TV and Funky Films in support of the UK charity Campaign Against Living Miserably’s (CALM) push to raise awareness regarding depression, mental illness and male suicide. He played the role of Jake, a young man who arrives in Blackpool, the seaside town of his childhood, determined to end his life. It was released on 12 January 2016, in the London Short Film Festival.
Morgan is also listed to play the Duke of Blackwood, the lover of the villain Freya who is played by Emily Blunt, in the upcoming Snow White and the Huntsman spin-off, The Huntsman: Winter’s War, scheduled for release on 22 April 2016 in the USA.
He filmed Waiting for You from May to June 2015, co-starring with French actress Fanny Ardant. The story centres on Morgan’s Paul Ashton, who investigates his late father’s increasingly disturbing past and becomes suspicious of the mysterious, melancholic and probably dangerous Madeleine (Ardant). The filming consisted of five weeks in Languedoc-Roussillon, France, and one week in Ilford, England.
Morgan will next play the central role of Seán Mac Diarmada (also known as Seán MacDermott), an Irish revolutionary and mastermind of the bloody 1916 Irish Easter Rising, in the centennial commemoration biopic film The Rising, written and produced by Kevin McCann. The film is anticipated to start filming in Ireland and Estonia in late 2016 into 2017.
Morgan took part in BBC Radio play Cry Babies by Kim Newman on BBC Radio 4 in March 2009, playing the part of Roger. In December 2014, he starred as Newton Pulsifer in the first audio dramatisation of the popular book Good Omens, written by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, directed and adapted by Dirk Maggs, and produced by Heather Larmour, also on BBC Radio 4.
For the 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s sinking on 14 April 2012, Morgan performed readings from survivor accounts and testimonials during Titanic: A Commemoration in Music and Film, broadcast live on BBC2 from Belfast’s Waterfront Hall.
On 27 August 2014, Morgan narrated Big Mountain Productions’ Addicts Symphony on Channel 4. The one-off documentary followed composer, musician and recovering alcoholic James McConnel as he brought together ten classical musicians whose lives had been blighted by addiction for a spectacular concert.
Morgan voiced Merlin’s game sequences in 2012’s Merlin: The Game.
Morgan has stated about celebrity culture:
If I could change anything about the entertainment industry it would be the ‘celebrity culture.’ Something has been lost somewhere along the way with the craft of story-telling and I agree with Paul Newman when he said something along the lines of “people don’t shoot movies now, they shoot schedules, they shoot budgets.” There are of course exceptions but when the creativity is overshadowed by ‘the business,’ I often feel disappointed by that. We have some amazing filmmakers who are keeping the spirit of the craft alive and that’s a hub of excitement I want to be in.
Morgan is a vegetarian, citing allergies and lactose intolerance, and has advocated ethical consumerism. He practises yoga, and has expressed his enthusiasm for it in interviews. “Yoga is phenomenal. I like the breathing, and the focus that it brings. But I can be quite energetic if I’m doing a play. You will often find me running along the corridors to let off steam.” He has noted admiration for Terry Pratchett, David Attenborough, Tim Burton and Sam Mendes, as well as the band Death Cab for Cutie.
Morgan is an accomplished Bodhrán (Irish drum) player and has a BAF 1 Star Stage Combat Certificate. Apart from his native Northern Irish one, he has performed with RP English, Scottish, Dublin Irish, London Cockney, and American English accents.
Morgan does not participate in social media. He ventures online only to check emails or to shop. He has said, “There’s no social media or googling yourself. You only have to do it once to learn never to do it again.”
From October 2009 until its conclusion on March 2011, Morgan was an official ambassador for the A Night Less Ordinary scheme in which Arts Council England, in association with Metro, offered free theatre tickets to anyone under 26 years old. In 2010, he contributed several signed pictures to the 2010 Wamcare (Worldwide Association for ME/CFS Awareness and Research) charity auction, whose profits are destined for top quality biomedical research, including a large share to the Whittemore Peterson Institute and ME Research UK. He also donated his signature to StarCards (both individually and together with Bradley James) to support the 2010 Christmas auction, the funds of which were donated to the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. Additionally, he contributed a painting from the Merlin: Colin and Bradley Quest series to the 2010 BBC Children in Need official auction. It sold for £620.00.
On 9 April 2011, Morgan collected funds for the Great Ormond Street Hospital during the autograph signing session at the Kapow Comic Con Merlin panel in London. In 2012, he contributed a doodled and signed cotton handkerchief for the Celebrity Hanky Doodle Auction for the Silent Auction charity which benefit Godolphin and Latymer School. On 9 December 2012, he was a part of the 24 Hour Musicals at the Old Vic Theatre, an event that brought together more than 30 celebrated actors, directors, writers and composers to create four short musicals in just 24 hours. The process culminated in four world premieres presented to an audience of more than 1,000, and raised a remarkable £182,000.00 towards the work that the theatre does with emerging talent, schools and the community.
On 19 April 2015, Morgan was a part of A Gala in Honour of Kevin Spacey at the Old Vic Theatre. The evening raised funds for the Old Vic Endowment Fund, which Spacey founded with businessman Sir Michael Hintze to help secure the long-term future of the venue.
On 21 May 2015, Morgan gave his support to “Save the Arts,” which aimed to save 120 performing arts places that were planned to be axed in the very school that he attended at the age of 16 in Belfast Metropolitan College (formerly known as Belfast Institute of Further and Higher Education). These courses allowed young people particularly those from less wealthy backgrounds who have no support or finance to get to drama or dance schools beyond Northern Ireland shores access to the arts.
According to Change.org that supports “Save the Arts,” the message seemed to be this: “The message is very clear – we in the working classes don’t qualify for access to the Arts – you have to be Benedict Cumberbatch and a product of Harrow or Eddie Redmayne of Eton and get to posh Drama Schools to work in the arts – we need to know our place and train for the jobs we’ve always trained for – is that where the aspirations of our young people must lie?”
In his own words, Morgan said:
I was a student back in 2002 at (then) BIFHE on the Performing Arts Acting Course in Tower Street. I have now recently been contacted by many of my past colleagues informing me of the plans to cancel the performing arts course and I am completely appalled that this is the case. At the age of sixteen, a boy from Armagh, BIFHE was one of the very few options I had of being able to pursue my passion and ambition to act. Without that course I would have been lost and forced to choose subjects in a local technical college that I had no interest in doing and things could have taken a very different turn for my future.
As it happens, BIFHE was there for me and offered me the opportunity to hone and develop my desire to act, study the craft that acting has the potential to be, learn from my peers and have the opportunity to perform in a safe environment, to gain a qualification and enabled me to then progress on the study at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and I have been working consistently in the profession now for nearly eight years and I credit BIFHE as being a vital step in where I am now.
The impact of cancelling this course will have a detrimental effect to all those young people, like me, who are trying to make a future and a career out of performance. What message is being sent here by cancelling the course? To me it’s a clear message of dismissal to the talent that exists in our country, it’s a denial of development, it’s an ignorance to the possibility of aspiration in the business and it’s a failure to support a vital and thriving industry which Northern Ireland is now benefitting from.
It’s hard enough to try and make it as an actor from Northern Ireland as it is. I was forced to leave the country after studying at BIFHE because the opportunity to study at drama school wasn’t available at home. The knowledge that the opportunity to enable young people to even apply (and have the ability and confidence to apply) to drama school is now being cut off just seems ludicrous. Are we saying that it’s ok for major filming projects to come and film in Northern Ireland but our young people here aren’t worthy to be trained to be a part of it?
What are our options? How can we prevent this from happening? And if our message and our voice isn’t being heard on this, then I think the message becomes even clearer: acting and performance is not being treated as a serious career option for people in Northern Ireland. And I, and many other Northern Irish actors working professionally today, are here to say that it is achievable but we need all the help we can get.
Also in May 2015, Morgan filmed The Laughing King (2015), a short film by White No Sugar TV and Funky Films in support of the UK charity Campaign Against Living Miserably’s (CALM) push to raise awareness regarding depression, mental illness and male suicide. To support this cause, he rendered his acting services for free to create the film.
In 2011, Morgan was immortalised as the wax sculpture of his iconic character Merlin. At Warwick Castle, an attraction has been created entitled Merlin: The Dragon Tower, in which visitors are “transported to the heart of Camelot to discover the secrets that are hidden deep inside the Tower before [their] ultimate encounter with the Great Dragon himself.” People can meet Merlin (from the BBC TV Series Merlin) himself – or at least a true-to-life wax model, which was created with over 300 measurements and a catalogue of reference shots of Morgan.
Morgan said of his wax work: “Little did I think that when I visited Madame Tussauds as a kid that I would have the honour of having the same fantastic team making a wax figure of myself. It’s truly amazing and I can’t praise their hard work enough in creating such a brilliant life-like me.” The wax model cost £150,000

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In 2012, Morgan was the subject of a photography by Scottish photographer K.K. Dundas, presented by the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland as part of the school’s sixtieth anniversary. It is also a part of the National Galleries of Scotland.
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L’Hôtel de ville de Chicago (en anglais: Chicago City Hall) est le siège officiel du gouvernement de la ville de Chicago, la troisième ville des États-Unis dans l’État de l’Illinois.
Adjacent aux Richard J. Daley Center et James R. Thompson Center, l’Hôtel de Ville abrite les bureaux du maire, du greffier municipal, du trésorier de ville maillots de football 2016, et de certains services municipaux (Departments) de la ville. Les chambres du conseil municipal de Chicago se trouvent sur le côté ouest du bâtiment. Le côté Est du bâtiment (appelé County Building) est consacré aux différents bureaux du gouvernement du comté de Cook.
Situé sur un îlot délimité par les rues de Randolph 2016 Collection Sandro Femme, LaSalle, Washington, et Clark, les 11 étages, la structure a été conçue par les architectes Holabird and Root de style Renaissance. Le bâtiment a été officiellement consacré Chicago Landmark le 27 février 1911 par la commission de la ville.
L’entrée de l’Hôtel de Ville de Chicago dispose de quatre panneaux en relief sculptés dans le granit par John Flanagan. Chacun des panneaux représente l’une des quatre principales préoccupations du gouvernement de la ville: terrains de jeux, écoles, parcs, et l’approvisionnement en eau. Quand les visiteurs pénètrent dans le bâtiment, ils sont accueillis par des escaliers en marbre élaboré et des tablettes de bronze honorant les administrations passées de Chicago de 1837 à nos jours.
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Le Samouraï

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Le Samouraï est un film noir franco-italien réalisé par Jean-Pierre Melville, sorti en 1967, tiré du roman de The Ronin Goan McLeod.

L’histoire du film est celle d’un tueur solitaire, Jef Costello, et de sa lutte silencieuse pour survivre.
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En rentrant chez lui, il est accueilli revolver au poing par l’homme qui l’avait blessé auparavant. Celui-ci n’a pourtant pas d’intention meurtrière : il lui règle le solde dû pour l’assassinat de Martey et le paie, en totalité cette fois-ci, pour une nouvelle mission. Par son calme et son sang-froid, Costello parvient à le pousser à ranger son arme : il lui saute alors dessus, le maîtrise et lui fait dire qui l’envoie, et où le trouver.
En sortant, il est suivi par la police dans le métro, mais parvient finalement à déjouer leur traque.
L’adresse correspond à l’endroit où vit la pianiste. Elle n’y est pas, mais il y retrouve néanmoins celui qu’il cherchait, son commanditaire, qu’il assassine. Il retourne ensuite dans la boîte de nuit, sort son revolver et le pointe sur la pianiste : elle est la nouvelle cible. La police l’attendait et l’abat sur place, avant de découvrir que son revolver n’était pas chargé.
Le film a été tourné du 19 juin au 5 août 1967.

National Organization of Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Associations

The National Organization of Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Associations (often abbreviated NOLHGA) is a voluntary, U.S. association made up of the life and health insurance guaranty associations of all 50 states and the District of Columbia. NOLHGA was founded in 1983 to coordinate the efforts of state guaranty associations to provide protection to policyholders when their multi-state life or health insurance company becomes insolvent. The organization is based in Herndon, Virginia.

When an insurance company reports to its state insurance regulator that it is in financial trouble, the state will first attempt to assist the company back toward financial stability. If the state insurance department determines the company cannot be saved, then the insurance commissioner asks the state court to order the liquidation of the company. Once the order to liquidate a company that operates in multiple states is handed down, NOLHGA, on behalf of affected member state guaranty associations, assembles a task force of affected guaranty associations to analyze the company’s commitments to policyholders. Each affected state guaranty association pays out claims to the insurance company’s policyholders in the state; in some instances, the associations arrange for policies to be transferred to a financially sound insurer. Each state guaranty association is governed by state law; most associations cover up to at least $300,000 for life insurance death benefits bogner polska, $100,000 in cash surrender value for life insurance, $250,000 in withdrawal and cash values for annuities, and $100,000 in health insurance policy benefits.
The National Organization of Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Associations has four main departments: administrative services, communications, insurance services, and legal.
The Administrative Services Department supports NOLHGA by providing services such as human resources, accounting, membership records, and general facilities management. The department also plans and coordinates the Annual Meeting and provides support services to other departments and to the NOLHGA Board of Directors.
The Communications Department develops the organization’s outreach efforts to its members, state insurance departments, receivers, insurance companies, and the media. In addition, the department provides communications assistance to individual state guaranty associations, the NOLHGA Board of Directors, and handles all media and public information inquiries.
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Ingar Zach

Ingar Zach (born 29 June 1971 in Oslo ted baker online, Norway) is a Norwegian percussionist and businessman, known from several recordings.

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Rocca Pia

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Durch die Gemeinde führt die frühere Strada Statale 17 dell’Appennino Abruzzese e del Appulo Sannitico (heute eine Regionalstraße) von Antrodoco nach Foggia.
Bei Rocca Pia befindet sich ein Flugplatz für die Allgemeine Luftfahrt bottega veneta.
Acciano | Aielli | Alfedena | Anversa degli Abruzzi | Ateleta | Avezzano | Balsorano | Barete | Barisciano | Barrea | Bisegna | Bugnara | Cagnano Amiterno | Calascio | Campo di Giove | Campotosto | Canistro | Cansano | Capestrano | Capistrello | Capitignano | Caporciano | Cappadocia | Carapelle Calvisio | Carsoli | Castel del Monte | Castel di Ieri | Castel di Sangro | Castellafiume | Castelvecchio Calvisio | Castelvecchio Subequo | Celano | Cerchio | Civita d’Antino | Civitella Alfedena | Civitella Roveto | Cocullo | Collarmele | Collelongo | Collepietro | Corfinio | Fagnano Alto | Fontecchio | Fossa | Gagliano Aterno | Gioia dei Marsi | Goriano Sicoli | Introdacqua | L’Aquila | Lecce nei Marsi | Luco dei Marsi | Lucoli | Magliano de’ Marsi | Massa d’Albe | Molina Aterno | Montereale | Morino | Navelli | Ocre | Ofena | Opi | Oricola | Ortona dei Marsi | Ortucchio | Ovindoli | Pacentro | Pereto | Pescasseroli | Pescina | Pescocostanzo | Pettorano sul Gizio | Pizzoli | Poggio Picenze | Prata d’Ansidonia | Pratola Peligna | Prezza | Raiano | Rivisondoli | Rocca Pia | Rocca di Botte | Rocca di Cambio | Rocca di Mezzo | Roccacasale | Roccaraso | San Benedetto dei Marsi | San Benedetto in Perillis | San Demetrio ne’ Vestini | San Pio delle Camere | San Vincenzo Valle Roveto | Sant’Eusanio Forconese | Sante Marie | Santo Stefano di Sessanio | Scanno | Scontrone | Scoppito | Scurcola Marsicana | Secinaro | Sulmona | Tagliacozzo | Tione degli Abruzzi | Tornimparte | Trasacco | Villa Sant’Angelo | Villa Santa Lucia degli Abruzzi | Villalago | Villavallelonga | Villetta Barrea | Vittorito