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1. Track listingSamples of jewelry box

All the Names "Go D.J.

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" by Lil WayneDa Prescription "Is That the Way" by The MessageIn Love With You "I Cram to Understand U" by MC LyteNo Questions Asked "Survival of the Fittest" by Mobb DeepThe Medicine "Long Red" by Mountain "Come Closer" by Salma Agha "Keep It Thoro" by ProdigyThick Ropes "Space Guerilla" by Missus Beastly

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2. Publications of jewelry box

Books Criminal law: general part . Barueri: Manole, 2003.

Constitution, criminalization and minimum criminal law . So Paulo: Journal of the Courts, 2003. Women and Criminal Law (organizer, together with Miguel Reale Jnior).

Rio de Janeiro: Forensics, 2007. Undue interference: commissive crimes by omission and control by punishment of not doing. Porto Alegre: Srgio Antonio Fabris, 2011.

Tribute to Miguel Reale Jnior (organizer, with Renato Melo Jorge Silveira). Rio de Janeiro: GZ, 2014.Articles"Internment as a last resort" - 17/07/2010 "Accept Battisti is not a legal choice" - 09/13/2010 "In defense of the Mayara student" - 11/12/10 "Reflection on the legalization of abortion" - 04/03/11 "There is no free public space in the world for consumption and sale of drugs" - 01/20/2012 "Cuba is a great Guantnamo" - 14/02/2012 "Is the Amnesty Law valid for crimes whose victims are still missing?

" - 03/24/2012 "Politically correct criminal law" - 06/10/2012 "Trends / Debates - The law, for friends and foes" - 10/08/2012 "Criminal Law Reform: who wins?" - 08/31/2012 "Trends / Debates: It can not be crime to save a life" - 12/12/2012 "The eternal illusion of control" - 06/02/2013 "There are 12 Brazilians kidnapped!" - 03/23/2013 "Political Surrealism" - 05/30/2013 "A fact: several looks" - 07/21/2013 "The STF was correct in determining the immediate arrest of the accused?

" - 11/16/2013 "First considerations on the latest version of the Draft Criminal Code, presented on 10/12/13" - 12/14/2013 "Corruption Kills!" - 12/26/2013 "The law that can increase corruption" - 04/02/2014 "Analysis: 'Brazil needs to stop hiding behind alleged absence of legislation'"- 02/13/2014 "Will it be a market reserve?" - 04/25/2014 "The impacts of anti-corruption law" - 06/01/2014 "The disease of this election" - 09/25/2014 "When the rule is not clear" - 02/28/2015 "Criminal Provisional Measure" - 08/26/2015 "Dark law is the worst of standards" - 09/21/2015 "We will not give up on Brazil" - 10/07/2015 "Republic schizophrenic?

" - 10/09/2015 "From addiction to virtue" - 10/13/2015 "The case law of the mensalo creates dangerous precedents in procedural security and the rights of the accused?" - 10/27/15 "We only want to rescue morality and legality in Brazil" - 11/15/2015 "Supreme Shield" - 12/23/2015 "The Supreme has decided that the Senate is sovereign" - 04/18/2016 "Our complaint can not be broken" - 04/23/2016 "Short Notes Concerning the Institute of Plea Bargaining in American Law" - 11/17/2016 "Drug and Crime: Some of the various interfaces" - 01/19/2017 "Impeachment was the beginning of the cleaning process necessary for Brazil" - 04/17/2017 "The meaning of absolution in the TSE" - 06/17/2017

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3. Political career of jewelry box

After working on the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff, reflecting on her future in politics and invitations from diverse parties, Paschoal joined the Liberal Social Party (PSL), the current party of Jair Bolsonaro.

"On the last day of the deadline, I joined the PSL party. Many people already linked to the acronym have recommended me, except for one point or another, the party's status confers on what I think. There are reports of corruption scandals involving the acronym, or its members, and I did not join in thinking about being a candidate for position A or B.

I joined in order to have the possibility, a possible candidacy would not be possible," she said. Initially, the leadership of the PSL in So Paulo invited her to join the governor's race for the party, but she rejected them. Other positions were also suggested to her, including the vice presidency, whose points were being clarified in talks with Bolsonaro.

However, on August 4, 2018, she gave up for family reasons, since the family could not accompany her to Brasilia. On August 14, 2018, she announced that she would be a candidate for a state deputy of So Paulo, having the electoral number 17317, with an education and public safety platform. She was elected with 2,060,786 votes, 9.

88% of the valid votes, being the state deputy with the most votes in the state of So Paulo and the most in Brazil. PositionsIn June 2016, Paschoal said that "politicians will think more before committing crimes", in reference to Operation Lava Jato, and the 10 Anti-Corruption Measures on the grounds that it will give the Public Prosecutor greater power over other institutions. She also criticized the abuse of authority bill, also being discussed in Congress.

In her words, the legislation was proposed with the aim of "embarrassing those who work in repression against corruption". The lawyer also opposed the bill restricting the Federal Supreme Court's (STF) judgments being broadcast live on TV Justice, stating that this is to silence them. In November 2016, she voiced her opposition to the amnesty to Box 2.

On November 24, 2016, she said that approving the amnesty is a breach of decorum. "The amnesty clause is an indication of what people have been looking for in the streets," Paschoal posted on Twitter. According to her, "to approve the amnesty is breach of propriety" of the parliamentarians and, even if the proposal were overturned by the STF in future, the deputies that benefited from the amnesty would not be punished.

"If the accused had their punishment extinguished on the basis of the amnesty, any subsequent decision of the STF would not be retroactive", she added. In May 2017, following the political upheaval surrounding JBS, she said that the audio of President Michel Temer had to be analyzed in conjunction with the purchase of dollars by JBS on the day before the scandal, which must also be investigated. Paschoal also said that Temer should resign.

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4. Domovoy of jewelry box

Domovoy, also in English territories as The House Elf (Russian: ) is a 2019 Russian dark fantasy comedy film based on the Russian Domovoy, the film was written and directed by Yevgeny Bedarev and starring Dmitry Bedarev. The film is a real fairy tale, it's not just the fear of a poltergeists room, but behind the mysterious elf, and who's the boss house.

The film stars Sergey Chirkov, Yekaterina Guseva, Aleksandra Politik, Olga Ostroumova-Gutshmidt, and Pavel Derevyanko voiced the cat Kuzya. The film was theatrically released in Russia on April 11, 2019 by Karoprokat.

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5.

The impeachment of Dilma Rousseff of jewelry box

ProtocolOn September 1, 2015, Paschoal filed a petition with the lawyers Hlio Bicudo and Miguel Reale Jnior in the Chamber of Deputies that initiated the process of impeaching Dilma Rousseff. According to lawyers, Dilma committed crimes of responsibility under the Constitution and Fiscal Responsibility Law (LRF), including the following: Acts against probity in administration; Acts against the budget law; Acts against compliance with laws and judicial decisions; Crime against custody and legal employment of public money.AnswersOn March 30, 2016, in a statement to the special chamber committee analyzing the impeachment petition, Janaina Paschoal alleged that through BNDES the government sent money to countries such as Angola, Cuba, and others, which the bank contested in an official statement, saying it did not send funds abroad, nor did it carry out any confidential operations, countering the lawyer's charge that shipments would have been made in secrecy.

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6. Janaina Paschoal of jewelry box

Janaina Conceio Paschoal (born June 25, 1974) is a Brazilian jurist and politician. She is a member of the Brazilian Social Liberal Party (PSL), having been elected state representative of the State of So Paulo in 2018.

She is also a lawyer and a law professor at the University of So Paulo. She obtained her doctorate in criminal law from the University of So Paulo in 2002, advised by Miguel Reale Jnior. Her thesis was entitled Constitution, Criminalization and Minimum Criminal Law.

Paschoal played a major role in the impeachment of then Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff, alongside Miguel Reale Jnior, and Hlio Bicudo. She actively participated in the proceedings both in the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate. In the Brazilian general elections of 2018, Janaina Paschoal was elected state representative, receiving over 2 million votes, the most votes of any congressperson in the history of Brazil.

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7. Reception of jewelry box

Critical responseThe film received positive ratings from film critics. Boris Grishin wrote: Before us is a good urban tale in which there is no real evil, so both young children and their grandmothers will watch the film with pleasure.

Marina Podkorytova: . Yevgeny Bedarev (ru) turned out a very good fantasy-style film shot by Russians and in Russian. It turned out that on the basis of folk tales and beliefs, without using foreign cliches and heroes, you can remove a good fairy tale.

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8. Cast of jewelry box

Sergey Chirkov ru as domovoy, a home elf Yekaterina Guseva as Vika Aleksandra Politik as Alina Olga Ostroumova-Gutshmidt as witch Fima Pavel Derevyanko as cat (voice) Yulia Sules as Ella Arkadyevna, a realtor Tatyana Orlova as Raisa Ivanovna Sergey Rubeko as Valentin Petrovich Dmitry Bedarev as Stas, Fima's son Sergey Russkin as demonologist

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9. The Medicine of jewelry box

The Medicine is an album by West Coast hip hop artist Planet Asia, released on October 3, 2006 through ABB Records.

The album is the third installment of Planet Asia's "Medicali series", following The Sickness and The Diagnosis. The Medicine is produced by Evidence of Dilated Peoples, and features guest appearances from Krondon, Phil Da Agony, Black Thought, Jonell, Prodigy, Defari and Evidence and Rakaa of Dilated Peoples. The album's lead single is "Thick Ropes" b/w "On Your Way 93706"

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Albums of jewelry box

Studio albumsBoy Meets World (2009) The Ecology (2015)Collaborative albumsThe Antidote (with The Alchemist) (2009) This Generation (with Murs) (2012)EPsFASH-ionably Late (with The Alchemist) (2014) Manna (2017)MixtapesGrizzly City Vol. 1 (2006) The Phenom Vol. 1 (2007) Grizzly City Vol.

2 (2007) The Phenom Vol. 2 (2008) One Shot One Kill (presented by Mick Boogie and Terry Urban) (2008) Higher Learning Vol. 1 (2008) Ode To Illmatic (presented by DJ Green Lantern) (2010) Grizzly City Vol.

3 (presented by DJ Skee) (2010) Higher Learning Vol. 2 (2011) Champagne & Styrofoam Cups (2012)

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11. Biography of jewelry box

Paschoal was born on June 25, 1974, in the Tatuap neighborhood of So Paulo, daughter of Ricardo Jos de Gusmo Paschoal and Regina Clia Carvalho Paschoal.

She has two younger sisters, Luana and Nohara, and a younger brother, Jorge, and has been married since the age of 26 to Larcio, an economist. Paschoal began to work at the age of 13, selling jewelry, and bread and honey prepared by her mother. She joined the Faculty of Law of the University of So Paulo in 1992, where she became director of the Academic Center XI de Agosto in Voice and Time management, graduating in 1996.

During graduation, she also taught English at Fisk. She was a trainee and, after graduation, a lawyer at the office of Ricardo Podval (who would, along with Jorge Paschoal, defend Jos Dirceu in Lava Jato), between 1995 and 2000, an adviser to the Secretariat of Public Security of the government Geraldo Alckmin in So Paulo from 2001 to 2002, the year in which she finished her doctorate and resigned to accompany its adviser, the then minister of justice Miguel Reale Jnior, like adviser. In 2003, Paschoal became a professor at the University of So Paulo, where she teaches criminal law.

In the same year, she and her sisters founded their own law firm, Paschoal Advogados, located in the region of Avenida Paulista and specializing in tax, financial and environmental law. In 2015, Paschoal co-authored the petition for impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff, received the same year by Eduardo Cunha, and the following year, accepted by the Chamber of Deputies and judged by the Federal Senate, which forced the president out of office. In 2016,in a case which attracted press attention, Paschoal defended then-procurator of the republic Douglas Kirchner, in an administrative proceeding after he was accused of physical and psychological aggression against his wife, Tamires de Souza Alexander.

Paschoal claimed religious freedom for the aggressor, saying Kirchner had committed the acts under the influence of the pastor of the church to which he belonged, and was being tried for having believed. The National Council of the Public Prosecution, however, decided to fire the prosecutor.



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1. Political career of jewelry box After working on the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff, reflecting on her future in politics and invitations from diverse parties, Paschoal joined the Liberal Social Party (PSL), the current party of Jair Bolsonaro. "On the last day of the deadline, I joined the PSL party. Many people already linked to the acronym have recommended me, except for one point or another, the party's status confers on what I think. There are reports of corruption scandals involving the acronym, or its members, and I did not join in thinking about being a candidate for position A or B. I joined in order to have the possibility, a possible candidacy would not be possible," she said. Initially, the leadership of the PSL in So Paulo invited her to join the governor's race for the party, but she rejected them. Other positions were also suggested to her, including the vice presidency, whose points were being clarified in talks with Bolsonaro. However, on August 4, 2018, she gave up for family reasons, since the family could not accompany her to Brasilia. On August 14, 2018, she announced that she would be a candidate for a state deputy of So Paulo, having the electoral number 17317, with an education and public safety platform. She was elected with 2,060,786 votes, 9.88% of the valid votes, being the state deputy with the most votes in the state of So Paulo and the most in Brazil. PositionsIn June 2016, Paschoal said that "politicians will think more before committing crimes", in reference to Operation Lava Jato, and the 10 Anti-Corruption Measures on the grounds that it will give the Public Prosecutor greater power over other institutions. She also criticized the abuse of authority bill, also being discussed in Congress. In her words, the legislation was proposed with the aim of "embarrassing those who work in repression against corruption". The lawyer also opposed the bill restricting the Federal Supreme Court's (STF) judgments being broadcast live on TV Justice, stating that this is to silence them. In November 2016, she voiced her opposition to the amnesty to Box 2. On November 24, 2016, she said that approving the amnesty is a breach of decorum. "The amnesty clause is an indication of what people have been looking for in the streets," Paschoal posted on Twitter. According to her, "to approve the amnesty is breach of propriety" of the parliamentarians and, even if the proposal were overturned by the STF in future, the deputies that benefited from the amnesty would not be punished. "If the accused had their punishment extinguished on the basis of the amnesty, any subsequent decision of the STF would not be retroactive", she added. In May 2017, following the political upheaval surrounding JBS, she said that the audio of President Michel Temer had to be analyzed in conjunction with the purchase of dollars by JBS on the day before the scandal, which must also be investigated. Paschoal also said that Temer should resign. ------ 2. Publications of jewelry box Books Criminal law: general part . Barueri: Manole, 2003. Constitution, criminalization and minimum criminal law . So Paulo: Journal of the Courts, 2003. Women and Criminal Law (organizer, together with Miguel Reale Jnior). Rio de Janeiro: Forensics, 2007. Undue interference: commissive crimes by omission and control by punishment of not doing. Porto Alegre: Srgio Antonio Fabris, 2011. Tribute to Miguel Reale Jnior (organizer, with Renato Melo Jorge Silveira). Rio de Janeiro: GZ, 2014.Articles"Internment as a last resort" - 17/07/2010 "Accept Battisti is not a legal choice" - 09/13/2010 "In defense of the Mayara student" - 11/12/10 "Reflection on the legalization of abortion" - 04/03/11 "There is no free public space in the world for consumption and sale of drugs" - 01/20/2012 "Cuba is a great Guantnamo" - 14/02/2012 "Is the Amnesty Law valid for crimes whose victims are still missing?" - 03/24/2012 "Politically correct criminal law" - 06/10/2012 "Trends / Debates - The law, for friends and foes" - 10/08/2012 "Criminal Law Reform: who wins?" - 08/31/2012 "Trends / Debates: It can not be crime to save a life" - 12/12/2012 "The eternal illusion of control" - 06/02/2013 "There are 12 Brazilians kidnapped!" - 03/23/2013 "Political Surrealism" - 05/30/2013 "A fact: several looks" - 07/21/2013 "The STF was correct in determining the immediate arrest of the accused?" - 11/16/2013 "First considerations on the latest version of the Draft Criminal Code, presented on 10/12/13" - 12/14/2013 "Corruption Kills!" - 12/26/2013 "The law that can increase corruption" - 04/02/2014 "Analysis: 'Brazil needs to stop hiding behind alleged absence of legislation'"- 02/13/2014 "Will it be a market reserve?" - 04/25/2014 "The impacts of anti-corruption law" - 06/01/2014 "The disease of this election" - 09/25/2014 "When the rule is not clear" - 02/28/2015 "Criminal Provisional Measure" - 08/26/2015 "Dark law is the worst of standards" - 09/21/2015 "We will not give up on Brazil" - 10/07/2015 "Republic schizophrenic?" - 10/09/2015 "From addiction to virtue" - 10/13/2015 "The case law of the mensalo creates dangerous precedents in procedural security and the rights of the accused?" - 10/27/15 "We only want to rescue morality and legality in Brazil" - 11/15/2015 "Supreme Shield" - 12/23/2015 "The Supreme has decided that the Senate is sovereign" - 04/18/2016 "Our complaint can not be broken" - 04/23/2016 "Short Notes Concerning the Institute of Plea Bargaining in American Law" - 11/17/2016 "Drug and Crime: Some of the various interfaces" - 01/19/2017 "Impeachment was the beginning of the cleaning process necessary for Brazil" - 04/17/2017 "The meaning of absolution in the TSE" - 06/17/2017 ------ 3. Plot of jewelry box The realtor Ella unsuccessfully tries to sell an apartment in the Seven Sisters in Moscow, since the real Domovoy lives in it, who painstakingly survives any tenants from it, arranging them with various kinds of tricks a la poltergeist (people are unable to see or touch Domovoy himself). Because of this, the apartment has not been repaired for a long time and therefore the price for it is much lower than the market. In the end, she manages to find a potential buyer this is a divorced single mother Vika with her 8-year-old daughter Alina. Before the arrival of Vika and Alina, Ella invites the clairvoyant Fima to the apartment to drive Domovoy away. Fima succeeds: with the help of her magic rituals, she throws him out of the house. However, at some point, she has a vision in which she sees that somewhere under the floor in the apartment is hidden a box of jewels. Since the apartment is about to leave Vika and it will no longer be possible to penetrate it, Fima, leaving, again performs a ritual, thanks to which Domovoy returns to the apartment and begins to commit atrocities. In the end, Ella, threatening to put only inveterate marginals into the apartment from now on, sets Domovoy a condition: he will allow Vika to buy an apartment (because every time Ella receives the interest due from the apartment), and then she can safely drive her away, and in return for Ella, for a whole year will leave the apartment alone. Domovoy agrees, after which he applies his magic to the frightened Vika and Alina, who calm down and agree to the deal. Attempts to survive Vika with her daughter, Domovoy takes immediately. But Vika is not ready to lose the apartment: after learning from Raisas neighbor about Domovoy and about the previous tenants, she begins to invite psychics and shamans to the house. And the more she resists Domovoy, the more he shows zeal in his mischief. Alina, on the contrary, is trying to make friends with Domovoy, and at some point he even penetrates her with tender feelings, but at the same time is not going to stop. This leads to the fact that Vika is first fired from work (after Domovoys leprosy brought her boss to hospitalization), and then she accidentally gets an electric shock and she goes to the hospital. After this, Domovoy has a conversation with the cat of Alina and Vika (who can see Domovoy and communicate with him). It turns out that Domovoy has been living in this apartment since the construction of the house and got along very well with the first family of new settlers. But after some time this family moved, and Domovoy was forced to stay, because the Domovoys can change their place of residence only if they receive an invitation. He tried to make friends with the following new residents, but each new family turned out to be worse than the previous one, because there was neither love nor kindness in them. At some point, Domovoy discovered that the negative environment around him was projecting his own perception of this onto the apartment itself - the walls began to mold and crumble. Wishing to prevent the apartment from collapsing, Domovoy eventually decided to survive all the new tenants. The cat Kuzya then advises Domovoy to make peace with Vika anyway, because she and Alina, in fact, are exactly who he needs: Vika resisted Domovoy primarily in order to secure Alina. Kuzya also claims that if he still survives Vika and Alina, then new owners will come after them, with whom Domovoy will again have a war and everything will be repeated indefinitely. Then Domovoy agrees. Taking advantage of Vika's hospitalization, Fima and her son Stas enter The apartment (here Domovoy explains to Kuzya that the jewelry they are looking for remained from one of the previous residents who was buying up stolen goods). Vika and Alina return home inopportunely. Despite the magic that Fima exposes Domovoy, he still manages to give her and Stas a powerful rebuff and throw them out of the apartment. Alina at some point, fleeing from Stas crawls out the window and falls from the ledge, but Domovoy manages to throw her in the window located on the floor below the apartment where the young guy Andrey lives, who then begins an affair with Vika. In the finals, Vika apologizes to Domovoy, offers to make peace, and then shows that she now knows what he looks like: their neighbor Valentina has a hobby to photograph all the former tenants of the apartment at the moment they leave her, and in the photograph he took that the moment when Alina and Vika ran out of the apartment (this happened on the first night after they moved in) Domovoy was somehow imprinted. Vika invites Domovoy to become a full member of their family.
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Knowledge About Jewelry Box
Knowledge About Jewelry Box
1. Publications of jewelry box Books Criminal law: general part . Barueri: Manole, 2003. Constitution, criminalization and minimum criminal law . So Paulo: Journal of the Courts, 2003. Women and Criminal Law (organizer, together with Miguel Reale Jnior). Rio de Janeiro: Forensics, 2007. Undue interference: commissive crimes by omission and control by punishment of not doing. Porto Alegre: Srgio Antonio Fabris, 2011. Tribute to Miguel Reale Jnior (organizer, with Renato Melo Jorge Silveira). Rio de Janeiro: GZ, 2014.Articles"Internment as a last resort" - 17/07/2010 "Accept Battisti is not a legal choice" - 09/13/2010 "In defense of the Mayara student" - 11/12/10 "Reflection on the legalization of abortion" - 04/03/11 "There is no free public space in the world for consumption and sale of drugs" - 01/20/2012 "Cuba is a great Guantnamo" - 14/02/2012 "Is the Amnesty Law valid for crimes whose victims are still missing?" - 03/24/2012 "Politically correct criminal law" - 06/10/2012 "Trends / Debates - The law, for friends and foes" - 10/08/2012 "Criminal Law Reform: who wins?" - 08/31/2012 "Trends / Debates: It can not be crime to save a life" - 12/12/2012 "The eternal illusion of control" - 06/02/2013 "There are 12 Brazilians kidnapped!" - 03/23/2013 "Political Surrealism" - 05/30/2013 "A fact: several looks" - 07/21/2013 "The STF was correct in determining the immediate arrest of the accused?" - 11/16/2013 "First considerations on the latest version of the Draft Criminal Code, presented on 10/12/13" - 12/14/2013 "Corruption Kills!" - 12/26/2013 "The law that can increase corruption" - 04/02/2014 "Analysis: 'Brazil needs to stop hiding behind alleged absence of legislation'"- 02/13/2014 "Will it be a market reserve?" - 04/25/2014 "The impacts of anti-corruption law" - 06/01/2014 "The disease of this election" - 09/25/2014 "When the rule is not clear" - 02/28/2015 "Criminal Provisional Measure" - 08/26/2015 "Dark law is the worst of standards" - 09/21/2015 "We will not give up on Brazil" - 10/07/2015 "Republic schizophrenic?" - 10/09/2015 "From addiction to virtue" - 10/13/2015 "The case law of the mensalo creates dangerous precedents in procedural security and the rights of the accused?" - 10/27/15 "We only want to rescue morality and legality in Brazil" - 11/15/2015 "Supreme Shield" - 12/23/2015 "The Supreme has decided that the Senate is sovereign" - 04/18/2016 "Our complaint can not be broken" - 04/23/2016 "Short Notes Concerning the Institute of Plea Bargaining in American Law" - 11/17/2016 "Drug and Crime: Some of the various interfaces" - 01/19/2017 "Impeachment was the beginning of the cleaning process necessary for Brazil" - 04/17/2017 "The meaning of absolution in the TSE" - 06/17/2017 ------ 2. Janaina Paschoal of jewelry box Janaina Conceio Paschoal (born June 25, 1974) is a Brazilian jurist and politician. She is a member of the Brazilian Social Liberal Party (PSL), having been elected state representative of the State of So Paulo in 2018. She is also a lawyer and a law professor at the University of So Paulo. She obtained her doctorate in criminal law from the University of So Paulo in 2002, advised by Miguel Reale Jnior. Her thesis was entitled Constitution, Criminalization and Minimum Criminal Law. Paschoal played a major role in the impeachment of then Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff, alongside Miguel Reale Jnior, and Hlio Bicudo. She actively participated in the proceedings both in the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate. In the Brazilian general elections of 2018, Janaina Paschoal was elected state representative, receiving over 2 million votes, the most votes of any congressperson in the history of Brazil. ------ 3. Biography of jewelry box Paschoal was born on June 25, 1974, in the Tatuap neighborhood of So Paulo, daughter of Ricardo Jos de Gusmo Paschoal and Regina Clia Carvalho Paschoal. She has two younger sisters, Luana and Nohara, and a younger brother, Jorge, and has been married since the age of 26 to Larcio, an economist. Paschoal began to work at the age of 13, selling jewelry, and bread and honey prepared by her mother. She joined the Faculty of Law of the University of So Paulo in 1992, where she became director of the Academic Center XI de Agosto in Voice and Time management, graduating in 1996. During graduation, she also taught English at Fisk. She was a trainee and, after graduation, a lawyer at the office of Ricardo Podval (who would, along with Jorge Paschoal, defend Jos Dirceu in Lava Jato), between 1995 and 2000, an adviser to the Secretariat of Public Security of the government Geraldo Alckmin in So Paulo from 2001 to 2002, the year in which she finished her doctorate and resigned to accompany its adviser, the then minister of justice Miguel Reale Jnior, like adviser. In 2003, Paschoal became a professor at the University of So Paulo, where she teaches criminal law. In the same year, she and her sisters founded their own law firm, Paschoal Advogados, located in the region of Avenida Paulista and specializing in tax, financial and environmental law. In 2015, Paschoal co-authored the petition for impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff, received the same year by Eduardo Cunha, and the following year, accepted by the Chamber of Deputies and judged by the Federal Senate, which forced the president out of office. In 2016,in a case which attracted press attention, Paschoal defended then-procurator of the republic Douglas Kirchner, in an administrative proceeding after he was accused of physical and psychological aggression against his wife, Tamires de Souza Alexander. Paschoal claimed religious freedom for the aggressor, saying Kirchner had committed the acts under the influence of the pastor of the church to which he belonged, and was being tried for having believed. The National Council of the Public Prosecution, however, decided to fire the prosecutor. ------ 4. Political career of jewelry box After working on the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff, reflecting on her future in politics and invitations from diverse parties, Paschoal joined the Liberal Social Party (PSL), the current party of Jair Bolsonaro. "On the last day of the deadline, I joined the PSL party. Many people already linked to the acronym have recommended me, except for one point or another, the party's status confers on what I think. There are reports of corruption scandals involving the acronym, or its members, and I did not join in thinking about being a candidate for position A or B. I joined in order to have the possibility, a possible candidacy would not be possible," she said. Initially, the leadership of the PSL in So Paulo invited her to join the governor's race for the party, but she rejected them. Other positions were also suggested to her, including the vice presidency, whose points were being clarified in talks with Bolsonaro. However, on August 4, 2018, she gave up for family reasons, since the family could not accompany her to Brasilia. On August 14, 2018, she announced that she would be a candidate for a state deputy of So Paulo, having the electoral number 17317, with an education and public safety platform. She was elected with 2,060,786 votes, 9.88% of the valid votes, being the state deputy with the most votes in the state of So Paulo and the most in Brazil. PositionsIn June 2016, Paschoal said that "politicians will think more before committing crimes", in reference to Operation Lava Jato, and the 10 Anti-Corruption Measures on the grounds that it will give the Public Prosecutor greater power over other institutions. She also criticized the abuse of authority bill, also being discussed in Congress. In her words, the legislation was proposed with the aim of "embarrassing those who work in repression against corruption". The lawyer also opposed the bill restricting the Federal Supreme Court's (STF) judgments being broadcast live on TV Justice, stating that this is to silence them. In November 2016, she voiced her opposition to the amnesty to Box 2. On November 24, 2016, she said that approving the amnesty is a breach of decorum. "The amnesty clause is an indication of what people have been looking for in the streets," Paschoal posted on Twitter. According to her, "to approve the amnesty is breach of propriety" of the parliamentarians and, even if the proposal were overturned by the STF in future, the deputies that benefited from the amnesty would not be punished. "If the accused had their punishment extinguished on the basis of the amnesty, any subsequent decision of the STF would not be retroactive", she added. In May 2017, following the political upheaval surrounding JBS, she said that the audio of President Michel Temer had to be analyzed in conjunction with the purchase of dollars by JBS on the day before the scandal, which must also be investigated. Paschoal also said that Temer should resign. ------ 5. The impeachment of Dilma Rousseff of jewelry box ProtocolOn September 1, 2015, Paschoal filed a petition with the lawyers Hlio Bicudo and Miguel Reale Jnior in the Chamber of Deputies that initiated the process of impeaching Dilma Rousseff. According to lawyers, Dilma committed crimes of responsibility under the Constitution and Fiscal Responsibility Law (LRF), including the following: Acts against probity in administration; Acts against the budget law; Acts against compliance with laws and judicial decisions; Crime against custody and legal employment of public money.AnswersOn March 30, 2016, in a statement to the special chamber committee analyzing the impeachment petition, Janaina Paschoal alleged that through BNDES the government sent money to countries such as Angola, Cuba, and others, which the bank contested in an official statement, saying it did not send funds abroad, nor did it carry out any confidential operations, countering the lawyer's charge that shipments would have been made in secrecy.
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1. Home Field AttendanceEvents of mele & co wooden jewelry box JanuaryAprilJanuary 31 Pitcher Pud Galvin is chosen for Hall of Fame induction by the Special Veterans Committee. April 9 U. S. President Lyndon Johnson is on hand for an exhibition game between the New York Yankees and recently renamed Houston Astros. It is the first game to be played indoors at the new Harris County Domed Stadium, which will soon be called the Astrodome. Mickey Mantle hits the first home run in the new domed stadium. April 12 The first official game at the Astrodome is played in front of over 43,000 fans, as they watch the Philadelphia Phillies defeat the host Astros, 20. April 28 Lindsey Nelson, broadcaster for the New York Mets, calls today's Mets-Astros game from a gondola suspended above second base in the Astrodome.MayAugustJune 8 The first Major League draft is held for high school and collegiate players. The Kansas City Athletics use the first overall pick to draft Rick Monday. In the tenth round, the New York Mets select Alvin, Texas high school pitcher Nolan Ryan. July 13 At Minnesota, Willie Mays hits a home run with two walks and two runs to pace the National League to a 65 All-Star Game victory over the American League. Juan Marichal pitches three scoreless innings to earn Game MVP. August 19 Jim Maloney walks ten Cubs, none of whom score. Leo Crdenas hits a home run off of the Wrigley Field's left field foul pole in the tenth inning for the game's only run; winning the no hitter for Maloney. It was Maloney's second 10 inning no-hitter of the season; he lost the first one 10 when the Mets scored a run on two hits in the bottom of the 11th inning. August 22 A game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants at Candlestick Park turns ugly when San Francisco's starting pitcher, Juan Marichal, batting against Sandy Koufax in the third inning, attacks Dodgers catcher John Roseboro with his bat. Both benches clear and a 14-minute brawl ensues, before peacemakers such as Koufax and the Giants' Willie Mays restore order. A shaken up Koufax then gives up a 3 run homer to Mays and the Giants win 43 to retake 1st place. National League president Warren Giles suspends Marichal for eight games and fines him $1,750, and also forbids him to travel with his team to Dodger Stadium for the final series of the season against the Dodgers. Although the Giants take both games during a 14-game winning streak, the Dodgers would go on to win the pennant, using a 13-game winning streak of their own to clinch the pennant over the rival Giants on the season's next to last day. August 30 Casey Stengel announces his retirement as manager of the New York Mets, ending a fifty-five-year career as player and manager. He is the only man to have played for or managed all four of New York's Major League clubs.SeptemberDecemberSeptember 2 Ernie Banks hits his 400th career home run helping the Chicago Cubs beat the St. Louis Cardinals 53. September 9 At Dodger Stadium, a duel between the Los Angeles Dodgers' Sandy Koufax and Bob Hendley of the Chicago Cubs is perfect until Dodger left fielder Lou Johnson walks in the fifth inning. Following a sacrifice bunt, Johnson steals third base and scores on a throwing error by Cubs catcher Chris Krug. Johnson later has the game's only hit, a 7th-inning double. Koufax's fourth no-hitter in four years is a perfect game, the first in Dodgers history. One hit by two clubs in a completed nine-inning game is also a major league record, as is the one runner left on base. The two base runners in a game is an ML record. For Chicago pitchers, it is the second one-hitter they've thrown against the Dodgers this year and lost. A week later in the rematch in Chicago's Wrigley Field, Hendley beats Koufax and the Dodgers, 21. September 13 The San Francisco Giants' Willie Mays' hits his 500th home run off the Houston Astros' Don Nottebart, and Juan Marichal earned his 22nd victory as the Giants beat Houston 51 at the Astrodome. The win is the Giants' 11th straight and gives them a two and a half game lead. September 16 On the same day Pinky Higgins is fired as Boston Red Sox general manager, Dave Morehead no-hits the Cleveland Indians 20 before only 1,247 fans at Fenway Park. Not until Hideo Nomo in 2001 will another Red Sox pitcher hurl a no-hitter, and the next Fenway Park no-hitter won't come until 2002 (Derek Lowe). September 18 "Mickey Mantle Day" is celebrated at Yankee Stadium on the occasion of Mantle's 2,000th career game (all with the Yankees). September 25 Though he had not pitched in the Major Leagues since 1953, the Kansas City Athletics send Satchel Paige to the mound. At (approximately) 59 years old, he is the oldest pitcher in Major League history. In three innings, he strikes out one, and gives up one hit, a single to Carl Yastrzemski. Paige does not earn a decision in the loss to Boston, 52. September 26 The Minnesota Twins gain their first American League pennant since moving from Washington in 1961, ironically by defeating the expansion Washington Senators 21 at Washington's D.C. Stadium (which was renamed "Robert F. Kennedy Stadium" in 1969). Minnesota's Jim Kaat (1711) wins the clincher. October 2 Sandy Koufax wins his 26th game as the Dodgers beat the Braves 31, for their 14th win in their last 15 games as they clinch the N.L. pennant. October 7 Jim Kaat gives Minnesota a 20 World Series lead by driving in two runs, defeating Sandy Koufax and the Los Angeles Dodgers 51 at Minnesota's Metropolitan Stadium. The game is remembered for Minnesota's Bob Allison remarkable sliding catch of a Jim Lefebvre line drive in the wet grass of Metropolitan Stadium. October 14 Working on two days rest, Sandy Koufax strikes out 10 and throws a three-hit, 20 shutout against the Minnesota Twins in Game Seven of the World Series, giving the Los Angeles Dodgers a second World Championship in three years. Lou Johnson's 4th inning leadoff home run off the left field foul pole gives Koufax the only run he'll need. A Ron Fairly double and Wes Parker single in the same inning add an insurance run to account for the 20 final. Koufax, who threw complete game shutouts in games 5 and 7, is named Series MVP. November 22 Outfielder Curt Blefary of the Baltimore Orioles edges California Angels pitcher Marcelino Lpez for American League Rookie of the Year honors. November 26 Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Jim Lefebvre, who hit .250 with 12 home runs and 69 RBI, is voted National League Rookie of the Year over Houston Astros second baseman Joe Morgan (.271, 14, 40) and San Francisco Giants pitcher Frank Linzy (93, 43 strikeouts, 1.43 ERA). December 9 Cincinnati Reds Outfielder Frank Robinson is traded to the Baltimore Orioles for pitcher Milt Pappas, pitcher Jack Baldschun and outfielder Dick Simpson. Robinson would go on to win the Triple Crown and the Most Valuable Player in the American League for 1966. ------ 2. Oceania of mele & co wooden jewelry box American Samoa (unorganised, unincorporated territory of the United States) Governor  Togiola Tulafono, Governor of American Samoa (20032013)  Australia Monarch  Elizabeth II, Queen of Australia (1952present) Governor-General  Michael Jeffery, Governor-General of Australia (20032008) Prime Minister  John Howard, Prime Minister of Australia (19962007)  Christmas Island (external territory of Australia) Administrator  Neil Lucas, Administrator of Christmas Island (20062008) Shire-President  Gordon Thomson, Shire president of Christmas Island (20032011)  Cocos (Keeling) Islands (external territory of Australia) Administrator  Neil Lucas, Administrator of the Cocos (Keeling) Islands (20062008) Shire-President  Ronald Grant, Shire president of the Cocos (Keeling) Islands (20012007)  Norfolk Island (self-governing territory of Australia) Administrator  Grant Tambling, Administrator of Norfolk Island (20032007) Chief Minister  Geoffrey Robert Gardner, Chief Minister of Norfolk Island (20012006) David Buffett, Chief Minister of Norfolk Island (20062007)  Fiji President  Ratu Josefa Iloilo, President of Fiji (20002006) Frank Bainimarama, Acting President of Fiji (20062007) Prime Minister  Laisenia Qarase, Prime Minister of Fiji (20012006) Jona Senilagakali, Acting Prime Minister of Fiji (20062007)   French Polynesia (overseas collectivity of France) High Commissioner  Anne Bouquet, High Commissioner of the Republic in French Polynesia (20052008) President  Oscar Temaru, President of French Polynesia (20052006) Gaston Tong Sang, President of French Polynesia (20062007)  Guam (insular area of the United States) Governor  Felix Perez Camacho, Governor of Guam (20032011)  Kiribati President  Anote Tong, President of Kiribati (20032016)  Marshall Islands President  Kessai Note, President of the Marshall Islands (20002008)  Micronesia President  Joseph Urusemal, President of Micronesia (20032007)  Nauru President  Ludwig Scotty, President of Nauru (20042007)  New Caledonia (sui generis collectivity of France) High Commissioner  Michel Mathieu, High Commissioner of New Caledonia (20052007) Head of Government  Marie-Nolle Thmereau, President of the Government of New Caledonia (20042007)  New Zealand Monarch  Elizabeth II, Queen of New Zealand (1952present) Governor-General  Dame Silvia Cartwright, Governor-General of New Zealand (20012006) Dame Sian Elias, Administrator of the Government of New Zealand (2006) Sir Anand Satyanand, Governor-General of New Zealand (20062011) Prime Minister  Helen Clark, Prime Minister of New Zealand (19992008)  Cook Islands (associated state of New Zealand) Queen's Representative  Sir Frederick Tutu Goodwin, Queen's Representative of the Cook Islands (20012013) Prime Minister  Jim Marurai, Prime Minister of the Cook Islands (20042010)  Niue (associated state of New Zealand) Premier  Young Vivian, Premier of Niue (20022008) Tokelau (dependent territory of New Zealand) Administrator  Neil Walter, Administrator of Tokelau (20032006) David Payton, Administrator of Tokelau (20062009) Head of Government  Pio Tuia, Head of Government of Tokelau (20052006) Kolouei O'Brien, Head of Government of Tokelau (20062007)  Northern Mariana Islands (Commonwealth of the United States) Governor  Juan Babauta, Governor of the Northern Mariana Islands (20022006) Benigno Fitial, Governor of the Northern Mariana Islands (20062013)  Palau President  Tommy Remengesau, President of Palau (20012009)  Papua New Guinea Monarch  Elizabeth II, Queen of Papua New Guinea (1975present) Governor-General  Sir Paulias Matane, Governor-General of Papua New Guinea (20042010) Prime Minister  Sir Michael Somare, Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea (20022010)  Pitcairn Islands (Overseas Territory of the United Kingdom) Governor  Richard Fell, Governor of the Pitcairn Islands (20012006) George Fergusson, Governor of the Pitcairn Islands (20062010) Mayor  Jay Warren, Mayor of the Pitcairn Islands (20052007)  Samoa Head of State  Malietoa Tanumafili II, O le Ao o le Malo of Samoa (19622007) Prime Minister  Tuilaepa Aiono Sailele Malielegaoi, Prime Minister of Samoa (1998present)  Solomon Islands Monarch  Elizabeth II, Queen of the Solomon Islands (1978present) Governor-General  Sir Nathaniel Waena, Governor-General of the Solomon Islands (20042009) Prime Minister  Sir Allan Kemakeza, Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands (20012006) Snyder Rini, Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands (2006) Manasseh Sogavare, Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands (20062007)  Tonga Monarch  Tufahau Tupou IV, King of Tonga (19652006) n George Tupou V, King of Tonga (20062012) Prime Minister  Prince Lavaka Ata Uluklala, Prime Minister of Tonga (20002006) Feleti Sevele, Prime Minister of Tonga (20062010)  Tuvalu Monarch  Elizabeth II, Queen of Tuvalu (1978present) Governor-General  Filoimea Telito, Governor-General of Tuvalu (20052010) Prime Minister  Maatia Toafa, Prime Minister of Tuvalu (20042006) Apisai Ielemia, Prime Minister of Tuvalu (20062010)  Vanuatu President  Kalkot Mataskelekele, President of Vanuatu (20042009) Prime Minister  Ham Lini, Prime Minister of Vanuatu (20042008)   Wallis and Futuna (overseas collectivity of France) Administrator  Xavier de Frst, Administrator Superior of Wallis and Futuna (20052006) Richard Didier, Administrator Superior of Wallis and Futuna (20062008) Head of Government  Emeni Simete, President of the Territorial Assembly of Wallis and Futuna (20052007)
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Introduction to Mele & Co Wooden Jewelry Box
1. Nominations of mele & co wooden jewelry box The nominees were announced publicly only from 2009. The list along with winners: 2000s2009: K. S. Chithra - "Oduvil Oru" - Thirakkatha Aparna Rajeev - "Manju Thara" - Mizhikal Sakshi Gayatri - "Kannin Vathil" - Mulla (film)|Mulla Manjari - "Kadaloram Vatsa" - Minnaminnikoottam Rimy Tomy - "Aarumugham" - Mulla2010s2010: K. S. Chithra - "Kunnathe Konna" - Pazhassi Raja Shreya Ghoshal - "Chanthu Thottille" - Banaras Shweta Mohan - "Priyanu Mathram" - Robin Hood Shweta Mohan - "Thottal Pookkum" - Moz & Cat Sujatha Mohan - "Muthe Muthe" - Kana Kanmani2011: Shreya Ghoshal - "Kizhakku Pookkum" - Anwar K. S. Chithra - "Malakha Pole" - Mummy & Me Shreya Ghoshal - "Manju Mazhakkattil" - Aagathan Shweta Mohan - "Maavin Chuvatile" - Oru Naal Varum Sujatha Mohan - "Pachila Charthan" - Karayilekku Oru Kadal Dooram2012: Shreya Ghoshal "Paattil Ee Paattil" - Pranayam Gayatri "Ninviral Thumbil" - Beautiful Jyotsna "Chantham Thikanjoru" - Mohabbath Manjari "Chimmi Chimmi" - Urumi Shreya Ghoshal "Kaanamullal" - Salt N' Pepper2013: Shweta Mohan "Shyama Hare" - Arike K. S. Chithra "Vishukkani Poothu" - Ivan Megharoopan Shreya Ghoshal "Nilave Nilave" - Chattakaari Mamta Mohandas "Iravil Viriyum" - Arike Remya Nambeesan "Andelonde" - Ivan Megharoopan2014: Vaikom Vijayalakshmi - "Ottakku Padunna" - Nadan Anuradha Sriram - "Vadakkini Poomughathu" - Ayal Njanalla Mridula Warrier - "Laalee Laalee" - Kalimannu Shreya Ghoshal - "Shalabhamayi" - Kalimannu Sithara - "Ennundodee" - Celluloid2015: Shreya Ghoshal - "Vijanathayil" - How Old Are You? B. Arundhathi - "Maara Sannibho" - Swapaanam Shweta Mohan - "Onaam Kombath" - Ottamandaram Sujatha Mohan - "Elampoo Vazhi" - Ottamandaram Vani Jayaram - "Olenjil Kuruvi" - 19832016: Shreya Ghoshal - "Kaathirunnu" - Ennu Ninte Moideen Chitra Arun - "Oru Makara Nilavayi" - Rani Padmi Shreya Ghoshal - "Mele Mele" - Life of Josutty Shweta Mohan - "Kayampoo Niramayi" - Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam Vaikom Vijayalakshmi - "Kaikkottum" - Oru Vadakkan Selfie2017: Chinmayi "Oonjalil Aadi" - Action Hero Biju Divya S. Menon "Varthinkale" - Kali Rinu Razak "Raavu Mayave" - Vettah Shweta Mohan "Oruvela" - White Varsha Vinu "Melle Vannupoyi" - Marupadi2018: K. S. Chithra "Nadavathil Thurannilla" - Kambhoji Gayathri Varma "Kasavu Njorium" - Udaharanam Sujatha Shreya Ghoshal "Akale Oru Kaadinte" - Ramante Edanthottam Shweta Mohan "Orupuzhayarikil" - Munthiri Vallikal Thalirkkumbol Sithara Krishnakumar "Vanamakalunnu" - Vimaanam2019: Anne Amie - "Aararo" from Koode Megha Josekutty - "Endhe Kanna" from Aravindante Athidhikal Neha Nair - "Ponnumkasavitta" from Queen Shreya Ghoshal - "Palthira" from Captain Shreya Ghoshal - "Maanam Thudukkanu" - Odiyan ------ 2. List of members of the Parliament of Norway, 200913 of mele & co wooden jewelry box Between 1 October 2009 and 30 September 2013, the Parliament of Norway consisted of 169 members from 7 parties and 19 constituencies, elected during the 2009 Norwegian parliamentary election on 13 and 14 September. The Red-Green Coalition, consisting of the Labour Party (64 members), the Socialist Left Party (11 members) and the Centre Party (11 members) resumed its major, allowing Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet to continue. The majority cabinet lasted the entire session until the 2013 election. The opposition consisted of four parties: the Progress Party (41 members), the Conservative Party (30 members), the Christian Democratic Party (10 members) and the Liberal Party (2 members). Members of the Parliament of Norway are elected based on party-list proportional representation in plural member constituencies. This means that representatives from different political parties are elected from 19 constituencies, which are identical to the 19 counties. The electorate does not vote for individuals but rather for party lists, with a ranked list of candidates nominated by the party. This means that the person on top of the list will get the seat unless the voter alters the ballot. Parties may nominate candidates from outside their own constituency, and even Norwegian citizens currently living abroad. The Sainte-Lagu method is used for allocating parliamentary seats to parties. As a result, the percentage of representatives is roughly equal to the nationwide percentage of votes. Still, a party with a high number of votes in only one constituency can win a seat there even if the nationwide percentage is low. This has happened several times in Norwegian history. Conversely, if a party's initial representation in Parliament is proportionally less than its share of votes, the party may seat more representatives through leveling seats, provided that the nationwide percentage is above the election threshold, at 4 percent. In 2013, nineteen seats were allocated via the leveling system. If a representative is absent for whatever reason, his or her seat will be filled by a candidate from the same party-listin other words, there are no by-elections. Representatives who die during the term are replaced permanently, whereas representatives who are appointed to a government position, such as government minister (cabinet member) or state secretary, will be replaced by a deputy representative until the representative no longer holds the government position. Deputy representatives also meet during typically short-term absence, like when a representative travels abroad with a parliamentary work group or is absent for health reasons. ------ 3. Oceania of mele & co wooden jewelry box American Samoa (unorganised, unincorporated territory of the United States) Governor  Togiola Tulafono, Governor of American Samoa (20032013)  Australia Monarch  Elizabeth II, Queen of Australia (1952present) Governor-General  Michael Jeffery, Governor-General of Australia (20032008) Prime Minister  John Howard, Prime Minister of Australia (19962007)  Christmas Island (external territory of Australia) Administrator  Neil Lucas, Administrator of Christmas Island (20062008) Shire-President  Gordon Thomson, Shire president of Christmas Island (20032011)  Cocos (Keeling) Islands (external territory of Australia) Administrator  Neil Lucas, Administrator of the Cocos (Keeling) Islands (20062008) Shire-President  Ronald Grant, Shire president of the Cocos (Keeling) Islands (20012007)  Norfolk Island (self-governing territory of Australia) Administrator  Grant Tambling, Administrator of Norfolk Island (20032007) Chief Minister  Geoffrey Robert Gardner, Chief Minister of Norfolk Island (20012006) David Buffett, Chief Minister of Norfolk Island (20062007)  Fiji President  Ratu Josefa Iloilo, President of Fiji (20002006) Frank Bainimarama, Acting President of Fiji (20062007) Prime Minister  Laisenia Qarase, Prime Minister of Fiji (20012006) Jona Senilagakali, Acting Prime Minister of Fiji (20062007)   French Polynesia (overseas collectivity of France) High Commissioner  Anne Bouquet, High Commissioner of the Republic in French Polynesia (20052008) President  Oscar Temaru, President of French Polynesia (20052006) Gaston Tong Sang, President of French Polynesia (20062007)  Guam (insular area of the United States) Governor  Felix Perez Camacho, Governor of Guam (20032011)  Kiribati President  Anote Tong, President of Kiribati (20032016)  Marshall Islands President  Kessai Note, President of the Marshall Islands (20002008)  Micronesia President  Joseph Urusemal, President of Micronesia (20032007)  Nauru President  Ludwig Scotty, President of Nauru (20042007)  New Caledonia (sui generis collectivity of France) High Commissioner  Michel Mathieu, High Commissioner of New Caledonia (20052007) Head of Government  Marie-Nolle Thmereau, President of the Government of New Caledonia (20042007)  New Zealand Monarch  Elizabeth II, Queen of New Zealand (1952present) Governor-General  Dame Silvia Cartwright, Governor-General of New Zealand (20012006) Dame Sian Elias, Administrator of the Government of New Zealand (2006) Sir Anand Satyanand, Governor-General of New Zealand (20062011) Prime Minister  Helen Clark, Prime Minister of New Zealand (19992008)  Cook Islands (associated state of New Zealand) Queen's Representative  Sir Frederick Tutu Goodwin, Queen's Representative of the Cook Islands (20012013) Prime Minister  Jim Marurai, Prime Minister of the Cook Islands (20042010)  Niue (associated state of New Zealand) Premier  Young Vivian, Premier of Niue (20022008) Tokelau (dependent territory of New Zealand) Administrator  Neil Walter, Administrator of Tokelau (20032006) David Payton, Administrator of Tokelau (20062009) Head of Government  Pio Tuia, Head of Government of Tokelau (20052006) Kolouei O'Brien, Head of Government of Tokelau (20062007)  Northern Mariana Islands (Commonwealth of the United States) Governor  Juan Babauta, Governor of the Northern Mariana Islands (20022006) Benigno Fitial, Governor of the Northern Mariana Islands (20062013)  Palau President  Tommy Remengesau, President of Palau (20012009)  Papua New Guinea Monarch  Elizabeth II, Queen of Papua New Guinea (1975present) Governor-General  Sir Paulias Matane, Governor-General of Papua New Guinea (20042010) Prime Minister  Sir Michael Somare, Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea (20022010)  Pitcairn Islands (Overseas Territory of the United Kingdom) Governor  Richard Fell, Governor of the Pitcairn Islands (20012006) George Fergusson, Governor of the Pitcairn Islands (20062010) Mayor  Jay Warren, Mayor of the Pitcairn Islands (20052007)  Samoa Head of State  Malietoa Tanumafili II, O le Ao o le Malo of Samoa (19622007) Prime Minister  Tuilaepa Aiono Sailele Malielegaoi, Prime Minister of Samoa (1998present)  Solomon Islands Monarch  Elizabeth II, Queen of the Solomon Islands (1978present) Governor-General  Sir Nathaniel Waena, Governor-General of the Solomon Islands (20042009) Prime Minister  Sir Allan Kemakeza, Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands (20012006) Snyder Rini, Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands (2006) Manasseh Sogavare, Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands (20062007)  Tonga Monarch  Tufahau Tupou IV, King of Tonga (19652006) n George Tupou V, King of Tonga (20062012) Prime Minister  Prince Lavaka Ata Uluklala, Prime Minister of Tonga (20002006) Feleti Sevele, Prime Minister of Tonga (20062010)  Tuvalu Monarch  Elizabeth II, Queen of Tuvalu (1978present) Governor-General  Filoimea Telito, Governor-General of Tuvalu (20052010) Prime Minister  Maatia Toafa, Prime Minister of Tuvalu (20042006) Apisai Ielemia, Prime Minister of Tuvalu (20062010)  Vanuatu President  Kalkot Mataskelekele, President of Vanuatu (20042009) Prime Minister  Ham Lini, Prime Minister of Vanuatu (20042008)   Wallis and Futuna (overseas collectivity of France) Administrator  Xavier de Frst, Administrator Superior of Wallis and Futuna (20052006) Richard Didier, Administrator Superior of Wallis and Futuna (20062008) Head of Government  Emeni Simete, President of the Territorial Assembly of Wallis and Futuna (20052007)
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Introduction to Mele & Co Wooden Jewelry Box
Introduction to Mele & Co Wooden Jewelry Box
1. List of members of the Parliament of Norway, 200913 of mele & co wooden jewelry box Between 1 October 2009 and 30 September 2013, the Parliament of Norway consisted of 169 members from 7 parties and 19 constituencies, elected during the 2009 Norwegian parliamentary election on 13 and 14 September. The Red-Green Coalition, consisting of the Labour Party (64 members), the Socialist Left Party (11 members) and the Centre Party (11 members) resumed its major, allowing Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet to continue. The majority cabinet lasted the entire session until the 2013 election. The opposition consisted of four parties: the Progress Party (41 members), the Conservative Party (30 members), the Christian Democratic Party (10 members) and the Liberal Party (2 members). Members of the Parliament of Norway are elected based on party-list proportional representation in plural member constituencies. This means that representatives from different political parties are elected from 19 constituencies, which are identical to the 19 counties. The electorate does not vote for individuals but rather for party lists, with a ranked list of candidates nominated by the party. This means that the person on top of the list will get the seat unless the voter alters the ballot. Parties may nominate candidates from outside their own constituency, and even Norwegian citizens currently living abroad. The Sainte-Lagu method is used for allocating parliamentary seats to parties. As a result, the percentage of representatives is roughly equal to the nationwide percentage of votes. Still, a party with a high number of votes in only one constituency can win a seat there even if the nationwide percentage is low. This has happened several times in Norwegian history. Conversely, if a party's initial representation in Parliament is proportionally less than its share of votes, the party may seat more representatives through leveling seats, provided that the nationwide percentage is above the election threshold, at 4 percent. In 2013, nineteen seats were allocated via the leveling system. If a representative is absent for whatever reason, his or her seat will be filled by a candidate from the same party-listin other words, there are no by-elections. Representatives who die during the term are replaced permanently, whereas representatives who are appointed to a government position, such as government minister (cabinet member) or state secretary, will be replaced by a deputy representative until the representative no longer holds the government position. Deputy representatives also meet during typically short-term absence, like when a representative travels abroad with a parliamentary work group or is absent for health reasons. ------ 2. Career of mele & co wooden jewelry box Moody's career started in regional news as a reporter at the Gainsborough News (which later became the Gainsborough Standard) in 1983, before he moved to the Scunthorpe Star in 1984. In 1985 he was promoted to Group News Editor for the Lincolnshire Standard Group (which owned 20 local titles) before moving to be business correspondent at Gulf News (Dubai). In 1987 he became the business correspondent for the Manchester Evening News before becoming City and Political correspondent at the Daily Express. In 1995 he became a freelance business journalist writing for national newspapers and magazines including the Daily and Sunday Express, Mail on Sunday and The Observer. His interest in China began in the 1990s with a number of assignments to Hong Kong, including covering the handover to China of the British colony in 1997. In February 2009 Moody became Senior Business Correspondent at China Daily, after covering the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He later became Senior Correspondent Overseas and Global editions. This involves writing for China Dailys European and Africa Weekly editions, as well as China Watch, which is published in conjunction with the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, the Daily Telegraph and publications across the world. During his time at China Daily Moody has covered political events including the Two Sessions Meeting, the CPC 19th National Party Congress, the 9th BRICS Summit in Xiamen, the World Economic Forum Summer Davos in Dalian and the High-Level Dialogue and Think Tank Forum: Fighting Against Poverty in Addis Ababa. He has written extensively on the Chinese economy and on China-Africa and China-UK relations. He has also interviewed former UK prime minister Tony Blair, and covered the state visits of Chinese President Xi Jinping (including his state visit to the UK in October 2015 and South Africa in December 2015). He has also interviewed the late prime minister of Ethiopia Meles Zenawi, the former president of Ghana John Mahama and Sierra Leone president Ernest Bai Koroma. Moody was namedby whom? a 'State High-End Project Foreign Expert'when?. He was a keynote speaker at two Vision China events ------ 3. Newscasts of mele & co wooden jewelry box The Fox News Radio Network provides around-the-clock newscasts at the beginning of each hour and at 30 minutes past the hour. Depending on a station's affiliation, it either receives a five-minute newscast at the beginning of each hour or a one-minute newscast which runs at the beginning of the hour or at 30 minutes after the hour. Breaking news reports (dubbed 'Fox News Alerts'), business news updates, correspondent and expert interviews, special broadcasts marking historic or newsworthy events, anchored live coverage and clean feeds of news events complete the affiliate service package. Affiliates also have access to a web site with a constantly updating selection of newsmaker audio and correspondent reports. The five minute audio version of the hourly newscast consists of two minutes of news, one minute of advertisements or Fox promotions and two more minutes of news. In February 2017 the audio version eliminated the commercial break at the two-minute mark, so that the newscast ran for only four minutes. The commercial minute was restored in May 2017, returning it to a five-minute newscast. It is available as a podcast. As of 2011, typically only one MP3 file, the most recent one, is available at any time. The Eastern Time hour number converted to 24-hour time is incorporated into the file name (for example, 5minpodcast21.mp3 for 9 pm). However, if there has been exceptional news (a "Fox News Alert"), the file for that hour's podcast will be retained for a few hours. The current hour's file is usually available within 10 minutes of its broadcast, i.e., by a quarter past the hour. Newscasts are regularly anchored by Dave Anthony, Lisa Brady, Joe Chiaro, Lisa Lacerra, Chris Foster, Pam Puso, Rich Denison, Paul Stevens, Jack Callaghan, Kerin McCue, Pat O'Neill, Carmen Roberts, Lilian Woo, Steve Rappoport, and Chris DeMo. Correspondents include Gurnal Scott and Tonya J. Powers in New York City; Jon Decker (White House), Jared Halpern (Capitol Hill), Sean Langille and Rachel Sutherland in Washington, D.C.; Jessica Rosenthal and entertainment reporter Michelle Pollino in Los Angeles; Jeff Monosso reports from Chicago and Eben Brown reports from Miami. Foreign correspondents include Simon Owen and Kitty Logan in London; Jessica Golloher in Jerusalem; Courtney Walsh in Rome; and Alastair Wanklyn in Tokyo. Hilarie Barsky and Ginny Kosola are business news reporters. ------ 4. Literary career of mele & co wooden jewelry box Prof. Champa Sharma has authored 18 original works along with several translation works from languages ranging from Sanskrit to English and Hindi into Dogri. Many of her works have been translated into other languages namely English, Hindi, Punjabi, Santali, Manipuri, Kashmiri and Thai. Original worksDogri Kavya Charcha (1969) Ik Jhaank (1976) - (essays on folk literature) Duggar Dharti (1979) - (poetry) Duggar Da Lok-Jivan (1985) - (folk-lore) Anuvad Vigyan (Co-author) (1985) Gurhe Dhundhle Chehare (1988) - (literary sketches in prose) Kavya Shastra Te Dogri Kavya Sameeksha (1988) - (literary criticism) Raghunath Singh Samyal (Monograph in Hindi) Je Jeende Ji Surag Dikhana (1991) - (Dogri songs) Jammu Ke Pramukh Parv-Teohar Aur Mele Saak Sunna Preet Pittal (1996) - (short stories) Shodh Prabandh Nihaalap (2002) - (Dogri ghazals) Cheten Di Rohl (2004) - (long Dogri poems) Gadeerna (2007) - (Dogri poetry) Prof. Ved Kumari Ghai (2011) (Monograph in Dogri) Saanjh Bhyal - (Dogri poetry) Soch Sadhana - (prose - analytical articles on literature)TranslationsFrom Sanskrit into Dorgi: "Katha Saritsagar" of Somdatt of Kashmir, Part-3 published by Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages From English into Dogri: "Duaari Kabootaren Di", novel named "The Flight of the Pigeons" written by Ruskin Bond, published by Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi. From Hindi into Dogri: Ram Krishna Vachnamritsaar (in press) From English into Dogri: "Swami Vivekanand Hundi Saral Jeevan Yatra te Unde Updesh", originally titled "Simple life of Swami Vivekananda and his teachings" From Sanskrit into Dogri: Commentary of Acharya Mummat's "Kavyaprakash" completed under major research project of University Grants Commission (to be published) From English into Dogri: "The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari" by Robin Sharma, published by Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages with the title in Dogri "Sanyasi Jinn Apni Ferrari Bechi Ditti"Books compiled and editedAjkani Dogri Kavita Part 2 published by Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi Life & Works of Krishan Smailpuri published by Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages Hirkhi Tandaan published by Dogri Sanstha, Jammu Bhasha Vigyan Te Dogri Dogri Bal Geet published by Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages in collaboration with CIIL, Mysore Dogri Shodh - Vol. I, II, III, IV, V Hindi - Dogri and Dogri - Hindi Dictionary of Synonyms (to be published) ------ 5. Nominations of mele & co wooden jewelry box The nominees were announced publicly only from 2009. The list along with winners: 2000s2009: K. S. Chithra - "Oduvil Oru" - Thirakkatha Aparna Rajeev - "Manju Thara" - Mizhikal Sakshi Gayatri - "Kannin Vathil" - Mulla (film)|Mulla Manjari - "Kadaloram Vatsa" - Minnaminnikoottam Rimy Tomy - "Aarumugham" - Mulla2010s2010: K. S. Chithra - "Kunnathe Konna" - Pazhassi Raja Shreya Ghoshal - "Chanthu Thottille" - Banaras Shweta Mohan - "Priyanu Mathram" - Robin Hood Shweta Mohan - "Thottal Pookkum" - Moz & Cat Sujatha Mohan - "Muthe Muthe" - Kana Kanmani2011: Shreya Ghoshal - "Kizhakku Pookkum" - Anwar K. S. Chithra - "Malakha Pole" - Mummy & Me Shreya Ghoshal - "Manju Mazhakkattil" - Aagathan Shweta Mohan - "Maavin Chuvatile" - Oru Naal Varum Sujatha Mohan - "Pachila Charthan" - Karayilekku Oru Kadal Dooram2012: Shreya Ghoshal "Paattil Ee Paattil" - Pranayam Gayatri "Ninviral Thumbil" - Beautiful Jyotsna "Chantham Thikanjoru" - Mohabbath Manjari "Chimmi Chimmi" - Urumi Shreya Ghoshal "Kaanamullal" - Salt N' Pepper2013: Shweta Mohan "Shyama Hare" - Arike K. S. Chithra "Vishukkani Poothu" - Ivan Megharoopan Shreya Ghoshal "Nilave Nilave" - Chattakaari Mamta Mohandas "Iravil Viriyum" - Arike Remya Nambeesan "Andelonde" - Ivan Megharoopan2014: Vaikom Vijayalakshmi - "Ottakku Padunna" - Nadan Anuradha Sriram - "Vadakkini Poomughathu" - Ayal Njanalla Mridula Warrier - "Laalee Laalee" - Kalimannu Shreya Ghoshal - "Shalabhamayi" - Kalimannu Sithara - "Ennundodee" - Celluloid2015: Shreya Ghoshal - "Vijanathayil" - How Old Are You? B. Arundhathi - "Maara Sannibho" - Swapaanam Shweta Mohan - "Onaam Kombath" - Ottamandaram Sujatha Mohan - "Elampoo Vazhi" - Ottamandaram Vani Jayaram - "Olenjil Kuruvi" - 19832016: Shreya Ghoshal - "Kaathirunnu" - Ennu Ninte Moideen Chitra Arun - "Oru Makara Nilavayi" - Rani Padmi Shreya Ghoshal - "Mele Mele" - Life of Josutty Shweta Mohan - "Kayampoo Niramayi" - Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam Vaikom Vijayalakshmi - "Kaikkottum" - Oru Vadakkan Selfie2017: Chinmayi "Oonjalil Aadi" - Action Hero Biju Divya S. Menon "Varthinkale" - Kali Rinu Razak "Raavu Mayave" - Vettah Shweta Mohan "Oruvela" - White Varsha Vinu "Melle Vannupoyi" - Marupadi2018: K. S. 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1. Biography of mele & co wooden jewelry box Aluli was born in Puunoa, Lahaina, Maui T. Hawaii, on October 7, 1911. She was born into a large family of 13 children (Margaret, Annie, Carl, Bernard, Emma, Maude, Aurora, Diana, Irmgard, Rudolph, Lurina, Edna & Llewellyn "Buddy)," One of Hawaii's foremost Musical Families. Her parents are Annie Kahalepouli (Bastel Shaw) Farden and Charles (nee Karl) Kekua Farden and she is of Hawaiian, French-German and Hungarian ancestry. Aluli first started performing publicly with the Annie Kerr Trio in 1925. She had an alto voice and could play piano, ukulele, bass and guitar. Aluli wrote her first song in 1935, called "Three Lovely White Blossoms;" followed shortly by "Peke Nui" AKA "Down on Maunakea Street." In 1937, she had her first hit, "Puamana," which was a song she wrote about her childhood home in Lahaina. "Puamana" has become a standard for hula dancers and Hawaiian musicians. In 196s, she started a group called Puamana. The group started out as a trio (Irmgard, her sister Diana and Close friend and Annie Kerr Alum, Thelma Anah). In 1976, Irmgard amended the group include her daughters Neaulani Aluli Spaulding and Mihana luli Souza. After Neaulani's death her niece, Luanna Farden McKenney and her daughter Aima McManus were added to the group. A short film was created by Les Blank, Meleanna Meyer and Chris Simon about Puamana in 1991. The film features the group and also includes interviews with Aluli. Aluli performed publicly often, until she hurt her hand in 1998. In 1998, she was honored with her induction into the Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame. She continued to play ukulele and made "occasional appearances until a few weeks before her death." Aluli died on October 4 in Honolulu. In 2015, Puamana, which has continued under the leadership of her daughters and granddaughter earned a Lifetime Achievement Award from HARA. ------ 2. Literary career of mele & co wooden jewelry box Prof. Champa Sharma has authored 18 original works along with several translation works from languages ranging from Sanskrit to English and Hindi into Dogri. Many of her works have been translated into other languages namely English, Hindi, Punjabi, Santali, Manipuri, Kashmiri and Thai. Original worksDogri Kavya Charcha (1969) Ik Jhaank (1976) - (essays on folk literature) Duggar Dharti (1979) - (poetry) Duggar Da Lok-Jivan (1985) - (folk-lore) Anuvad Vigyan (Co-author) (1985) Gurhe Dhundhle Chehare (1988) - (literary sketches in prose) Kavya Shastra Te Dogri Kavya Sameeksha (1988) - (literary criticism) Raghunath Singh Samyal (Monograph in Hindi) Je Jeende Ji Surag Dikhana (1991) - (Dogri songs) Jammu Ke Pramukh Parv-Teohar Aur Mele Saak Sunna Preet Pittal (1996) - (short stories) Shodh Prabandh Nihaalap (2002) - (Dogri ghazals) Cheten Di Rohl (2004) - (long Dogri poems) Gadeerna (2007) - (Dogri poetry) Prof. Ved Kumari Ghai (2011) (Monograph in Dogri) Saanjh Bhyal - (Dogri poetry) Soch Sadhana - (prose - analytical articles on literature)TranslationsFrom Sanskrit into Dorgi: "Katha Saritsagar" of Somdatt of Kashmir, Part-3 published by Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages From English into Dogri: "Duaari Kabootaren Di", novel named "The Flight of the Pigeons" written by Ruskin Bond, published by Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi. From Hindi into Dogri: Ram Krishna Vachnamritsaar (in press) From English into Dogri: "Swami Vivekanand Hundi Saral Jeevan Yatra te Unde Updesh", originally titled "Simple life of Swami Vivekananda and his teachings" From Sanskrit into Dogri: Commentary of Acharya Mummat's "Kavyaprakash" completed under major research project of University Grants Commission (to be published) From English into Dogri: "The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari" by Robin Sharma, published by Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages with the title in Dogri "Sanyasi Jinn Apni Ferrari Bechi Ditti"Books compiled and editedAjkani Dogri Kavita Part 2 published by Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi Life & Works of Krishan Smailpuri published by Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages Hirkhi Tandaan published by Dogri Sanstha, Jammu Bhasha Vigyan Te Dogri Dogri Bal Geet published by Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages in collaboration with CIIL, Mysore Dogri Shodh - Vol. I, II, III, IV, V Hindi - Dogri and Dogri - Hindi Dictionary of Synonyms (to be published) ------ 3. Junedin Sado of mele & co wooden jewelry box Junedin Sado (or Juneidi Sad) is a former Ethiopian Cabinet Minister. He was educated at Addis Ababa University (Geology), the University of East Anglia (Environmental Sciences), the University of Birmingham and Azusa Pacific University. Junedin was President of the Oromia Region from 28 October 2001 until 6 October 2005 when he was replaced by Abadula Gemeda. He subsequently was appointed Transport and Communication Minister, which is the office he was holding when Prime Minister Meles Zenawi moved him to the Science and Technology Ministry October 2008. Following the 2010 general election, Junedin was appointed Minister of Civil Service. In July 2012 his wife, Habiba Mohammed, was arrested with 29 others. Habiba was charged with funnelling money from the Embassy of Saudi Arabia to Islamist terror groups in Ethiopia. In her defense, Junedin claimed that he had approached the Saudi Arabian Embassy privately for money to build a mosque and fulfil the wishes of his late mother. Junedin was subsequently fired from his position on the executive committee of the Oromo Peoples' Democratic Organization in September, and was released from his position as Minister of Civil Service 29 November. Ethiochannel, a pro-government private newspaper based in Addis Ababa, reported in February 2013 that Junedin Sado fled to Kenya. However, another report stated that he returned to Ethiopia in July and was killed by government agents in Robe. More recently, Junadin is alleged to have entered the United States and accepted asylum. His recent appearance on ESAT TV has verified he is alive and well. ------ 4. Career of mele & co wooden jewelry box Moody's career started in regional news as a reporter at the Gainsborough News (which later became the Gainsborough Standard) in 1983, before he moved to the Scunthorpe Star in 1984. In 1985 he was promoted to Group News Editor for the Lincolnshire Standard Group (which owned 20 local titles) before moving to be business correspondent at Gulf News (Dubai). In 1987 he became the business correspondent for the Manchester Evening News before becoming City and Political correspondent at the Daily Express. In 1995 he became a freelance business journalist writing for national newspapers and magazines including the Daily and Sunday Express, Mail on Sunday and The Observer. His interest in China began in the 1990s with a number of assignments to Hong Kong, including covering the handover to China of the British colony in 1997. In February 2009 Moody became Senior Business Correspondent at China Daily, after covering the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He later became Senior Correspondent Overseas and Global editions. This involves writing for China Dailys European and Africa Weekly editions, as well as China Watch, which is published in conjunction with the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, the Daily Telegraph and publications across the world. During his time at China Daily Moody has covered political events including the Two Sessions Meeting, the CPC 19th National Party Congress, the 9th BRICS Summit in Xiamen, the World Economic Forum Summer Davos in Dalian and the High-Level Dialogue and Think Tank Forum: Fighting Against Poverty in Addis Ababa. He has written extensively on the Chinese economy and on China-Africa and China-UK relations. He has also interviewed former UK prime minister Tony Blair, and covered the state visits of Chinese President Xi Jinping (including his state visit to the UK in October 2015 and South Africa in December 2015). He has also interviewed the late prime minister of Ethiopia Meles Zenawi, the former president of Ghana John Mahama and Sierra Leone president Ernest Bai Koroma. Moody was namedby whom? a 'State High-End Project Foreign Expert'when?. He was a keynote speaker at two Vision China events ------ 5. Playback singing career of mele & co wooden jewelry box Devan began his singing career in the year 1999, when he received an unexpected call from Academy Award winning composer A. R. Rahman's assistants for a voice audition. He then, went on to record his maiden song "O Maria" for the film Kadhalar Dhinam along with Yugendran. The song proved to be a hit among all sections and thereafter he received several offers from many other Southern music directors. Devan's second huge hit came in his short piece mellifluous rendition in "Ore Nyabagam" from Minnale (2001) composed by Harris Jayaraj. Thereafter he sang many popular tracks in Tamil and Telugu films under the compositions of Ilayaraja, Vidhyasagar, Deva, Yuvan Shankar Raja, Karthik Raja and others. The song "Anbil Avan" from Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa composed by A. R. Rahman ruled the music chart for months. Most of his songs are for the music director Harris Jayaraj. And all the songs which he had sung for him have received a good reception from the audience. Recently he has sung a peppy number called "Nahna na Na" for Director Venkat Prabhu's Biriyani Which was composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja has become a viral hit from the day it was released. Two different remix versions of the song called "New Jack Swing Mix" and "The Extended Mix" also received a massive response. His latest song is " Yennai Arindhaal " from the movie Yennai Arindhaal where he again sings for the music director Harris Jayaraj. This song was written by lyricist Thamarai. It is another peppy number. ------ 6. Best selling author of mele & co wooden jewelry box The character "Les Norton" was based on two likeable Sydney larrikin identities, Ken Wills, (Willsy) a polyathlete who was a retired Sydney TRG/ water police officer, deep sea diver, first grade rugby league player for South Sydney in the mid 70s, a professional boxer and a skiing gold medallist, although there is no corroborating evidence for many of these claims. The other character was amateur boxer turned seaman/waterfront worker "William ( Doogza ) Davis" an underworld hard man. Robert Barrett worked as a DJ and his two friends worked as doormen at "Randi Wix" night club in Randwick, thinly veiled as the nightclub where Les works in the tales (the nightclub in the books, the Kelly Club as it is called is actually based on the Kellett Club, a Terrace house in Kellett St Kings Cross as small but well known private casino). Both Doogsa and Willsy had associations with the Kellet club; Barrett did not. After work they would "grab drinks at the early opener at Kings Cross and swap stories," whilst Barrett jotted down the occasional note. A montage of these stories and the continuing life experiences of these two uniquely Australian individuals are what appears in the Les Norton series. Therefore, the Les Norton tales are truer than may be imagined. Robert G. Barrett also wrote other single book stories. 'So What Do You Reckon?' is a collection of Robert's columns from when he was a columnist for the Australian People magazine. Barrett's books sold over 1,000,000 copies in Australia.
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1. Junedin Sado of mele & co wooden jewelry box Junedin Sado (or Juneidi Sad) is a former Ethiopian Cabinet Minister. He was educated at Addis Ababa University (Geology), the University of East Anglia (Environmental Sciences), the University of Birmingham and Azusa Pacific University. Junedin was President of the Oromia Region from 28 October 2001 until 6 October 2005 when he was replaced by Abadula Gemeda. He subsequently was appointed Transport and Communication Minister, which is the office he was holding when Prime Minister Meles Zenawi moved him to the Science and Technology Ministry October 2008. Following the 2010 general election, Junedin was appointed Minister of Civil Service. In July 2012 his wife, Habiba Mohammed, was arrested with 29 others. Habiba was charged with funnelling money from the Embassy of Saudi Arabia to Islamist terror groups in Ethiopia. In her defense, Junedin claimed that he had approached the Saudi Arabian Embassy privately for money to build a mosque and fulfil the wishes of his late mother. Junedin was subsequently fired from his position on the executive committee of the Oromo Peoples' Democratic Organization in September, and was released from his position as Minister of Civil Service 29 November. Ethiochannel, a pro-government private newspaper based in Addis Ababa, reported in February 2013 that Junedin Sado fled to Kenya. However, another report stated that he returned to Ethiopia in July and was killed by government agents in Robe. More recently, Junadin is alleged to have entered the United States and accepted asylum. His recent appearance on ESAT TV has verified he is alive and well. ------ 2. 201415 Premiership Rugby of mele & co wooden jewelry box The 201415 Aviva Premiership was the 28th season of the top flight of English domestic rugby union competition, and the fifth to be sponsored by Aviva. The competition was broadcast by BT Sport for the second successive season, showing sixty-nine live matches. Highlights of each weekend's games were shown on ITV. The reigning champions entering the season were Northampton Saints, who claimed their first title after defeating Saracens in the 201314 final. Northampton were unable to defend their title, as Saracens avenged their previous defeat with a 2924 win in the play-off semi-final. Saracens  who finished fourth and only made the play-offs on the final day of the season  went on to win their second Premiership title, beating Bath 2816 in the final. Worcester Warriors, having finished bottom of the 201314 table, were relegated to the RFU Championship. They were replaced by London Welsh, who made an immediate return to the Premiership, having beaten Bristol in the 201314 RFU Championship play-off final. These places were reversed at the end of the season; London Welsh were relegated after losing all 22 games during the 201415 season and scoring just one point in the competition  the worst seasondeprecated source statistically in the competition's history  while Worcester Warriors defeated Bristol 5958 over the two-legged Championship play-off final. ------ 3. Ethiopian Judicial Authority v Swedish journalists 2011 of mele & co wooden jewelry box Ethiopian judicial authority v Swedish journalists 2011 was about the legal proceedings relating to claims that Swedish journalists Johan Persson and Martin Schibbye were supporting terrorism in Ethiopia. Relations between Sweden and Ethiopia were seriously affected by this case. In 2011, Ethiopia was claimed to detain more than 150 innocent people, including reporters. Johan Persson and Martin Schibbye were released in September 2012 as part of a mass pardon, and returned home to Sweden. The European Union (EU) raised concerns about freedom of media in Ethiopia as a result of the case. Both the EU and the United States (U.S.) also said they were concerned by the case. According to Sweden's State Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Sweden kept up efforts to free the two men by contacting Ethiopian ministers and consulting with the U.S. and the EU. Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt met Johan Persson and Martin Schibbye, and eventually also Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, in Ethiopia in May 2012. Criticism expressed that Bildt did not put sufficient pressure on the Ethiopian government to release Schibbye and Persson. ------ 4. Bill Cowan of mele & co wooden jewelry box William V. Cowan, is a retired USMC lieutenant colonel, a public speaker on matters of national security and terrorism, and a former contributor for the Fox News Channel from 2001 to 2016. Cowan was born in Sacramento, California. He enlisted in the United States Navy at the age of 17, received an appointment to and graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1966, and was commissioned as a lieutenant the United States Marine Corps. He subsequently spent three and a half years in Vietnam. On his first tour he served as a platoon commander with the 3rd Battalion, 26th Marines, along the DMZ and at the siege of Khe Sanh, and later was in charge of the 3rd Marine Division's Kit Carson Scouts program for five months. From 1969 onwards, he was advisor for the South Vietnam military in the Rung Sat Special Zone for two and a half years. Most of that time was spent with small units and getting experience of raids, ambushes, riverine operations and intelligence gathering with the Central Intelligence Agency. During his last year he led the Rung Sat's Provincial Reconnaissance Unit. He received numerous awards for valor in combat and was wounded three times. ------ 5. Electoral system of mele & co wooden jewelry box Under the electoral reforms introduced prior to the 2010 election, Tonga is divided into seventeen single-member constituencies for the election of the people's representatives. These overlap with the four constituencies for the election of the nobles' representatives: a four-member constituency covering Tongatapu and Eua, a two-member constituency covering Vavau, a two-member constituency covering Haapai, and a single-member constituency covering the islands of Niuafoou and Niuatoputapu. In both types of constituency, the first-past-the-post electoral system is applied. All Tongan citizens aged at least 21, other than noble title holders and members of the Royal Family who hold noble titles, are entitled to elect the people's representative for their constituency. "Persons under summons for debt" and those diagnosed as insane are excluded from the right to vote. As for the nobles' constituencies, the right to vote is granted to hereditary peers and life peers, although only hereditary peers are entitled to be elected. There are thirty-three titles of hereditary nobility, which can be inherited only by men, and which entitle the bearer to the title of "Lord". Some of these titles are periodically vacant, and some are held by members of the Royal Family. As of 2013, eight commoners (all of them men) had been elevated by the monarchy to a life peerage, which likewise entitled them to the title of "Lord". ------ 6. Best selling author of mele & co wooden jewelry box The character "Les Norton" was based on two likeable Sydney larrikin identities, Ken Wills, (Willsy) a polyathlete who was a retired Sydney TRG/ water police officer, deep sea diver, first grade rugby league player for South Sydney in the mid 70s, a professional boxer and a skiing gold medallist, although there is no corroborating evidence for many of these claims. The other character was amateur boxer turned seaman/waterfront worker "William ( Doogza ) Davis" an underworld hard man. Robert Barrett worked as a DJ and his two friends worked as doormen at "Randi Wix" night club in Randwick, thinly veiled as the nightclub where Les works in the tales (the nightclub in the books, the Kelly Club as it is called is actually based on the Kellett Club, a Terrace house in Kellett St Kings Cross as small but well known private casino). Both Doogsa and Willsy had associations with the Kellet club; Barrett did not. After work they would "grab drinks at the early opener at Kings Cross and swap stories," whilst Barrett jotted down the occasional note. A montage of these stories and the continuing life experiences of these two uniquely Australian individuals are what appears in the Les Norton series. Therefore, the Les Norton tales are truer than may be imagined. Robert G. Barrett also wrote other single book stories. 'So What Do You Reckon?' is a collection of Robert's columns from when he was a columnist for the Australian People magazine. Barrett's books sold over 1,000,000 copies in Australia. ------ 7. Playback singing career of mele & co wooden jewelry box Devan began his singing career in the year 1999, when he received an unexpected call from Academy Award winning composer A. R. Rahman's assistants for a voice audition. He then, went on to record his maiden song "O Maria" for the film Kadhalar Dhinam along with Yugendran. The song proved to be a hit among all sections and thereafter he received several offers from many other Southern music directors. Devan's second huge hit came in his short piece mellifluous rendition in "Ore Nyabagam" from Minnale (2001) composed by Harris Jayaraj. Thereafter he sang many popular tracks in Tamil and Telugu films under the compositions of Ilayaraja, Vidhyasagar, Deva, Yuvan Shankar Raja, Karthik Raja and others. The song "Anbil Avan" from Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa composed by A. R. Rahman ruled the music chart for months. Most of his songs are for the music director Harris Jayaraj. And all the songs which he had sung for him have received a good reception from the audience. Recently he has sung a peppy number called "Nahna na Na" for Director Venkat Prabhu's Biriyani Which was composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja has become a viral hit from the day it was released. Two different remix versions of the song called "New Jack Swing Mix" and "The Extended Mix" also received a massive response. His latest song is " Yennai Arindhaal " from the movie Yennai Arindhaal where he again sings for the music director Harris Jayaraj. This song was written by lyricist Thamarai. It is another peppy number. ------ 8. 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1. Editorial philosophy of mele & co wooden jewelry box Eurasia states its goal as "to promote, stimulate and spread research and geopolitical science in the national and international scientific community, as well as to sensitize readers on Euro-Asian themes on political, intellectual, military, economic and information topics." The perspective takes in not only international relations strictly speaking, but aims to "bring to the attention of specialized professionals the importance of rediscovering the spiritual unity of Eurasia," although the magazine declares that it represents "no particular academic direction." It furthermore publishes "analyses regarding geoeconomics, as a new autonomous science of geopolitics, and geofinance, in order to identify methodologies that animate economic and financial strategies on a planetary scale (both as dominant nations as well as large powerful economies) and the opportunities that can arise for the weakest nations; while not overlooking studies and reflections regarding the delicate topic of security interpreted according to the criteria of geostrategy". . ------ 2. 201415 Premiership Rugby of mele & co wooden jewelry box The 201415 Aviva Premiership was the 28th season of the top flight of English domestic rugby union competition, and the fifth to be sponsored by Aviva. The competition was broadcast by BT Sport for the second successive season, showing sixty-nine live matches. Highlights of each weekend's games were shown on ITV. The reigning champions entering the season were Northampton Saints, who claimed their first title after defeating Saracens in the 201314 final. Northampton were unable to defend their title, as Saracens avenged their previous defeat with a 2924 win in the play-off semi-final. Saracens  who finished fourth and only made the play-offs on the final day of the season  went on to win their second Premiership title, beating Bath 2816 in the final. Worcester Warriors, having finished bottom of the 201314 table, were relegated to the RFU Championship. They were replaced by London Welsh, who made an immediate return to the Premiership, having beaten Bristol in the 201314 RFU Championship play-off final. These places were reversed at the end of the season; London Welsh were relegated after losing all 22 games during the 201415 season and scoring just one point in the competition  the worst seasondeprecated source statistically in the competition's history  while Worcester Warriors defeated Bristol 5958 over the two-legged Championship play-off final. ------ 3. Ethiopian Judicial Authority v Swedish journalists 2011 of mele & co wooden jewelry box Ethiopian judicial authority v Swedish journalists 2011 was about the legal proceedings relating to claims that Swedish journalists Johan Persson and Martin Schibbye were supporting terrorism in Ethiopia. Relations between Sweden and Ethiopia were seriously affected by this case. In 2011, Ethiopia was claimed to detain more than 150 innocent people, including reporters. Johan Persson and Martin Schibbye were released in September 2012 as part of a mass pardon, and returned home to Sweden. The European Union (EU) raised concerns about freedom of media in Ethiopia as a result of the case. Both the EU and the United States (U.S.) also said they were concerned by the case. According to Sweden's State Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Sweden kept up efforts to free the two men by contacting Ethiopian ministers and consulting with the U.S. and the EU. Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt met Johan Persson and Martin Schibbye, and eventually also Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, in Ethiopia in May 2012. Criticism expressed that Bildt did not put sufficient pressure on the Ethiopian government to release Schibbye and Persson. ------ 4. Melveen Leed of mele & co wooden jewelry box Melveen Leed (born on Molokai island in 1943, Hawaii) is an American singer. She graduated from Radford High School in Honolulu. After winning the title of "Miss Molokai" she begin singing in the mid-1960s and has released a number of records in the genres of Hawaiian, country, and jazz music. She won the Na Hoku Hanohano Award for Best Female Vocalist in 1978, 1979, 1981, 1984 and 1987. She has had several guest roles on Hawaii Five-O and sang at the Grand Ole Opry. She is arguably the best female vocalist in Hawaii and has performed in the Islands, Las Vegas, Japan and on the west coast of California. She has been the anchor performer at the International Marketplace in Waikiki every Saturday from 2011 until the Marketplaces's closing in December, 2014. She is scheduled to perform at Carnegie Hall, NYC on Thursday, May 29, 2014. ------ 5. Electoral system of mele & co wooden jewelry box Under the electoral reforms introduced prior to the 2010 election, Tonga is divided into seventeen single-member constituencies for the election of the people's representatives. These overlap with the four constituencies for the election of the nobles' representatives: a four-member constituency covering Tongatapu and Eua, a two-member constituency covering Vavau, a two-member constituency covering Haapai, and a single-member constituency covering the islands of Niuafoou and Niuatoputapu. In both types of constituency, the first-past-the-post electoral system is applied. All Tongan citizens aged at least 21, other than noble title holders and members of the Royal Family who hold noble titles, are entitled to elect the people's representative for their constituency. "Persons under summons for debt" and those diagnosed as insane are excluded from the right to vote. As for the nobles' constituencies, the right to vote is granted to hereditary peers and life peers, although only hereditary peers are entitled to be elected. There are thirty-three titles of hereditary nobility, which can be inherited only by men, and which entitle the bearer to the title of "Lord". Some of these titles are periodically vacant, and some are held by members of the Royal Family. As of 2013, eight commoners (all of them men) had been elevated by the monarchy to a life peerage, which likewise entitled them to the title of "Lord". ------ 6. Anton Maria Maragliano of mele & co wooden jewelry box Anton Maria Maragliano (18 September 1664 7 March 1739) was an Italian sculptor of the Baroque period, known primarily for his wooden statues. He was born in Genoa, where he led an important workshop. He is called also Maraggiano by some ancient authors. He pioneered important developments in the style of sculpting in wood, parallel to those driven by Filippo Parodi in marble sculpture and Domenico Piola in painting. His workshop produced many typical religious sculptures, representing Madonnas, figures of saints and narrative scenes from the Bible. These are now preserved in many churches and sanctuaries throughout Liguria (mainly in Genoa, Rapallo, Chiavari, Celle Ligure, Savona) and also in Spain. For the Casacce (the Genoese confraternities) he also produced statues and crucifixes to be carried in processions on feast days. He was called by Casalis, the Phidias of Genoa. His son Giovanni Battista Maragliano was also a wood sculptor in Cadiz and Lisbon, till his death during a robbery in the latter city. Among other pupils were Francesco and Pietro Galeano. ------ 7. Director (music videos) of mele & co wooden jewelry box Tu Judaa - Amrinder Gill -(Director / Editor / DOP) Tere Bina - Amrinder Gill -(Director / Editor / DOP) Dildarian - Amrinder Gill - (Director / Editor / DOP) Jogi - Mukhtar Sahota -(Director / Editor / DOP) Surma - Jazzy B -(Director / Editor / DOP) Nakhro - Jazzy B Oh Na Kuri Labde - Jazzy B and Sukshinder Shinda Bhuli Visri Kahani - Harbhajan Mann Tim Timaunde Tareya - Gurdas Mann Punjabi Clap - Sukshinder Shinda -(Director / Editor / DOP) Dil Nahi Lagda - Aman Hayer -(Director / Editor / DOP) Jugni - Arif Lohar -(Director / Editor / DOP) Flower - Gippy Grewal -(Director / Editor / DOP) Huthiyar - Gippy Grewal -(Director / Editor / DOP) String Is Kinng - BattleKatt Hello Hello - Gippy Grewal -(Director / Editor / DOP) Patt Lainge - Gippy Grewal Hikk Vich Jann - Gippy Grewal -(Director / Editor / DOP) Jaan - Gippy Grewal -(Director / Editor / DOP) Ghat Boldi - Gippy Grewal -(Director / Editor / DOP) Car Nach Di - Gippy Grewal Ft Bohemia (rapper) (Director / Editor / DOP) Dark Love - Sidhu Moose wala -(Director / Editor / DOP) Sooraj - Gippy Grewal -(Director / Editor / DOP) Hukam - Gippy Grewal -(Director / Editor / DOP) Weekend- Gippy Grewal-(Director / Editor / DOP) Aar Nanak Par Nanak -Diljit Dosanjh -(Director / Editor / DOP) ------ 8. Arts and entertainment of mele & co wooden jewelry box Renzo Rubino Italian pop singer songwriter Michele Perniola Italian singer, best known for representing San Marino at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2013 Joe Lala American rock percussionist and actor Bino American rock percussionist and actor Tito Schipa Italian tenor Tito Schipa Jr. Portuguese-born Italian composer, singer-songwriter, producer, writer and actor Marco Basaiti Renaissance painter Francesco Albani- Baroque Painter Cosimo Damiano Lanza Italian pianist, harpsichordist and composer Olivier Berggruen German-American art historian and curator Nik Spatari Italian painter, sculptor, architect and art scholar Soledad Onetto Chilean TV presenter Gabriella Cilmi Australian singer-songwriter Kara DioGuardi American singer-songwriter, record producer, music publisher, A&R executive, composer and TV personality Drita D'Avanzo television personality Michael Bellusci Musician and Drummer Steven Parrino American artist and musician associated with energetic punk nihilism Bobbi Starr pornographic actress Michele Perniola Joe Lala Tito Schipa Gabriella Cilmi ------ 9. Criticism of mele & co wooden jewelry box Critic Edgar Allan Poe was particularly harsh in reviewing Channing's poetry in a series of articles titled "Our Amateur Poets" published in Graham's Magazine in 1843. He wrote, "It may be said in his favor that nobody ever heard of him. Like an honest woman, he has always succeeded in keeping himself from being made the subject of gossip".a A critic for the Daily Forum in Philadelphia agreed with Poe, though he was surprised Poe bothered reviewing Channing at all. He wrote: Mr. Poe, the most hyper-critical writer of this meridian, cuts the poetry of William Ellery Channing Junior, if not into inches, at least into feet. Mr. C's poetry is very trashy, and we should as soon expect to hear Bryant writing sonnets on a lollypop as to see Mr. Poe gravely attempt to criticize the volume.Nathaniel Hawthorne metaphorically appraised Channing's oeuvre as of particularly high quality, if uneven, in the short story "Earth's Holocaust". ------ 10. Bill Cowan of mele & co wooden jewelry box William V. Cowan, is a retired USMC lieutenant colonel, a public speaker on matters of national security and terrorism, and a former contributor for the Fox News Channel from 2001 to 2016. Cowan was born in Sacramento, California. He enlisted in the United States Navy at the age of 17, received an appointment to and graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1966, and was commissioned as a lieutenant the United States Marine Corps. He subsequently spent three and a half years in Vietnam. On his first tour he served as a platoon commander with the 3rd Battalion, 26th Marines, along the DMZ and at the siege of Khe Sanh, and later was in charge of the 3rd Marine Division's Kit Carson Scouts program for five months. From 1969 onwards, he was advisor for the South Vietnam military in the Rung Sat Special Zone for two and a half years. Most of that time was spent with small units and getting experience of raids, ambushes, riverine operations and intelligence gathering with the Central Intelligence Agency. During his last year he led the Rung Sat's Provincial Reconnaissance Unit. He received numerous awards for valor in combat and was wounded three times. ------ 11. Arrest and court of mele & co wooden jewelry box In July 2011, two Swedish journalists were captured by Ethiopian troops in the Ogaden during a clash with ONLF. Swedish journalist Martin Schibbye and Swedish photographer Johan Persson were arrested in Ethiopia. They admitted illegal entry from Somalia to the Ogaden. Ethiopian troops captured Persson, 29, and Schibbye, 31. They were detained during a clash with rebels in Ogaden, eastern Ethiopia's ethnic Somali region, where there has been a fight for independence since the 1970s. They were wounded in a security operation which killed 15 rebels. On 27 December 2011, a court in Ethiopia sentenced the Swedish journalists to 11 years in prison on charges of supporting terrorism after they illegally entered the country with Somalis. No phone calls or letters were allowed by relatives. Schibbye's mother was allowed to visit in prison with a permit from the Swedish embassy. The two journalists were incarcerated in Kaliti Prison.
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Introduction to Mele & Co Wooden Jewelry Box
1. Anton Maria Maragliano of mele & co wooden jewelry box Anton Maria Maragliano (18 September 1664 7 March 1739) was an Italian sculptor of the Baroque period, known primarily for his wooden statues. He was born in Genoa, where he led an important workshop. He is called also Maraggiano by some ancient authors. He pioneered important developments in the style of sculpting in wood, parallel to those driven by Filippo Parodi in marble sculpture and Domenico Piola in painting. His workshop produced many typical religious sculptures, representing Madonnas, figures of saints and narrative scenes from the Bible. These are now preserved in many churches and sanctuaries throughout Liguria (mainly in Genoa, Rapallo, Chiavari, Celle Ligure, Savona) and also in Spain. For the Casacce (the Genoese confraternities) he also produced statues and crucifixes to be carried in processions on feast days. He was called by Casalis, the Phidias of Genoa. His son Giovanni Battista Maragliano was also a wood sculptor in Cadiz and Lisbon, till his death during a robbery in the latter city. Among other pupils were Francesco and Pietro Galeano. ------ 2. Melveen Leed of mele & co wooden jewelry box Melveen Leed (born on Molokai island in 1943, Hawaii) is an American singer. She graduated from Radford High School in Honolulu. After winning the title of "Miss Molokai" she begin singing in the mid-1960s and has released a number of records in the genres of Hawaiian, country, and jazz music. She won the Na Hoku Hanohano Award for Best Female Vocalist in 1978, 1979, 1981, 1984 and 1987. She has had several guest roles on Hawaii Five-O and sang at the Grand Ole Opry. She is arguably the best female vocalist in Hawaii and has performed in the Islands, Las Vegas, Japan and on the west coast of California. She has been the anchor performer at the International Marketplace in Waikiki every Saturday from 2011 until the Marketplaces's closing in December, 2014. She is scheduled to perform at Carnegie Hall, NYC on Thursday, May 29, 2014. ------ 3. Arrest and court of mele & co wooden jewelry box In July 2011, two Swedish journalists were captured by Ethiopian troops in the Ogaden during a clash with ONLF. Swedish journalist Martin Schibbye and Swedish photographer Johan Persson were arrested in Ethiopia. They admitted illegal entry from Somalia to the Ogaden. Ethiopian troops captured Persson, 29, and Schibbye, 31. They were detained during a clash with rebels in Ogaden, eastern Ethiopia's ethnic Somali region, where there has been a fight for independence since the 1970s. They were wounded in a security operation which killed 15 rebels. On 27 December 2011, a court in Ethiopia sentenced the Swedish journalists to 11 years in prison on charges of supporting terrorism after they illegally entered the country with Somalis. No phone calls or letters were allowed by relatives. Schibbye's mother was allowed to visit in prison with a permit from the Swedish embassy. The two journalists were incarcerated in Kaliti Prison. ------ 4. Semi finals of mele & co wooden jewelry box Ajeesh"Thoongatha Vizhigal" (K. J. Yesudas, from Agni Nakshatram) "Elangaathu Veesudhey" (Sriram Parthasarathy, from Pithamagan)Ravi"Rasathi Unna" (Jayachandran, from Vaidehi Kaathirundaal) "Kalaivaniye" (K. J. Yesudas, from Sindhu Bhairavi)Renu"Edhedho Ennam Valarthen" (K. S. Chithra, from Punnagai Mannan) "Anandha raagam" (Uma Ramanan) "Unna Vida" (Shreya Ghoshal, from Virumaandi)Vijay Narayan"Isayil Thodanguthamma" (Ajay Chakraborthy, Illayaraja from Hey Ram) "Sadho Sadho" (Hindustani) "Uyirin Uyirae" (Kay Kay, Suchitra, Harris Jayaraj from Kaakha Kaakha) "Hotel California" (Eagles)Raginisri"Ellam Enbamayam" (M. L. Vasanthakumari and P. Leela from Manamagal) "Unakkena Naan" (Ramya NSK, Vijay Antony from Kadhalil Vizhundhen) "I attempt from love's sickness to fly" (Henry Purcell) "Vegam Vegam" (Usha Uthup from Anjali) ------ 5. Ethiopian Judicial Authority v Swedish journalists 2011 of mele & co wooden jewelry box Ethiopian judicial authority v Swedish journalists 2011 was about the legal proceedings relating to claims that Swedish journalists Johan Persson and Martin Schibbye were supporting terrorism in Ethiopia. Relations between Sweden and Ethiopia were seriously affected by this case. In 2011, Ethiopia was claimed to detain more than 150 innocent people, including reporters. Johan Persson and Martin Schibbye were released in September 2012 as part of a mass pardon, and returned home to Sweden. The European Union (EU) raised concerns about freedom of media in Ethiopia as a result of the case. Both the EU and the United States (U.S.) also said they were concerned by the case. According to Sweden's State Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Sweden kept up efforts to free the two men by contacting Ethiopian ministers and consulting with the U.S. and the EU. Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt met Johan Persson and Martin Schibbye, and eventually also Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, in Ethiopia in May 2012. Criticism expressed that Bildt did not put sufficient pressure on the Ethiopian government to release Schibbye and Persson. ------ 6. Editorial philosophy of mele & co wooden jewelry box Eurasia states its goal as "to promote, stimulate and spread research and geopolitical science in the national and international scientific community, as well as to sensitize readers on Euro-Asian themes on political, intellectual, military, economic and information topics." The perspective takes in not only international relations strictly speaking, but aims to "bring to the attention of specialized professionals the importance of rediscovering the spiritual unity of Eurasia," although the magazine declares that it represents "no particular academic direction." It furthermore publishes "analyses regarding geoeconomics, as a new autonomous science of geopolitics, and geofinance, in order to identify methodologies that animate economic and financial strategies on a planetary scale (both as dominant nations as well as large powerful economies) and the opportunities that can arise for the weakest nations; while not overlooking studies and reflections regarding the delicate topic of security interpreted according to the criteria of geostrategy". . ------ 7. Background of mele & co wooden jewelry box After finishing secondary school in Molde, Hanekamhaug started working towards a bachelor's degree at BI Norwegian Business School in 2008. She has been involved in politics since 2004, when she became chairman of the local youth wing of the Progress Party (Youth of the Progress Party). Both her parents are active in the party, her mother as a county council representative, her father as a member of the municipal council. She went on to become chairman of the county youth organisation in 2005, and a member of the county council in 2007. From 2007 to 2008, she also worked as a trainee for the central organisation of the party, in the role of personal assistant to party leader Siv Jensen. In 2010 Hanekamhaug decided to become active in the youth organization, and took the role as first deputy chairman. ------ 8. Discography of mele & co wooden jewelry box Singles"Ke Kal Nei Au (Wedding Song Of Hawaii) / Lovely Hula Hands" (Columbia CO 46446) "Lei Aloha / White Ginger Blossoms" "The Haole Hula" (1950, Presto) "Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula"AlbumsHawaiian Blossoms (with Arthur Godfrey; 1951, Columbia CL 6190)CompilationsChristmas With Arthur Godfrey and All The Little Godfreys (1953, Columbia B-348; Kahauolopua sings Mele Kalikimaka) Al Kealoha Perry & His Singing Surfriders: Aloha, Hula Hawaiian Style (1996, Hana Ola Records. Perry was musical director of Hawaii Calls 19371967, and all the artists on this record were from that show. Kahauolopua (billed as "Haleloke") sings "Alekoki", "Kolopa", and "Pua O Ka Makahala") My Isle of Golden Dreams (2003; Kahauolopua (billed as "Haleloke") sings "Pua O Ka Makahala") ------ 9. Aarathi of mele & co wooden jewelry box Aarathi (born 1954) is an Indian actress who predominantly acted in Kannada language films during the 1970s and 1980s. She has won the Filmfare awards South and the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress four times each. After her retirement from films in the mid 1980s, she staged a comeback in 2005 as a director with Mithayi Mane which met with critical appreciation and also won her the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Children's Film. She was also nominated as a Member of the Legislative Council of the Vidhana parishad, making her only the second actress after B. Jayamma to be so nominated. ------ 10. L of mele & co wooden jewelry box Lake Tana LGBT rights in Ethiopia (Gay rights) List of Abunas of Ethiopia List of airports in Ethiopia List of Ambassadors from Ethiopia List of birds of Ethiopia List of cities and towns in Ethiopia List of companies of Ethiopia List of diplomatic missions in Ethiopia List of Ethiopians List of fish on stamps of Ethiopia List of heads of government of Ethiopia List of hospitals in Ethiopia List of lakes in Ethiopia List of mammals in Ethiopia List of mountains in Ethiopia List of national parks of Ethiopia List of political parties in Ethiopia List of Presidents of Ethiopia List of rivers of Ethiopia List of universities and colleges in Ethiopia List of volcanoes in Ethiopia ------ 11. Criticism of mele & co wooden jewelry box Critic Edgar Allan Poe was particularly harsh in reviewing Channing's poetry in a series of articles titled "Our Amateur Poets" published in Graham's Magazine in 1843. He wrote, "It may be said in his favor that nobody ever heard of him. Like an honest woman, he has always succeeded in keeping himself from being made the subject of gossip".a A critic for the Daily Forum in Philadelphia agreed with Poe, though he was surprised Poe bothered reviewing Channing at all. He wrote: Mr. Poe, the most hyper-critical writer of this meridian, cuts the poetry of William Ellery Channing Junior, if not into inches, at least into feet. Mr. C's poetry is very trashy, and we should as soon expect to hear Bryant writing sonnets on a lollypop as to see Mr. Poe gravely attempt to criticize the volume.Nathaniel Hawthorne metaphorically appraised Channing's oeuvre as of particularly high quality, if uneven, in the short story "Earth's Holocaust". ------ 12. Internal classification of mele & co wooden jewelry box Boyd and Moino (2010) removed the Gbaya and Zande languages. The half dozen remaining branches are coherent, but their interrelationships are not straightforward. Williamson & Blench (2000) propose the following arrangement: In addition there is the Ngombe language, whose placement is uncertain due to a paucity of data. Note: The ambiguous name Ngbaka is used for various languages in the area. Generally, singular Ngbaka language refers to one of the main Gbaya languages, whereas plural Ngbaka languages refers to a branch of Ubangian. Gldemann (2018)Gldemann (2018) recognises seven coherent "genealogical units" within Ubangian, but is agnostic about their positions within NigerCongo. Gbayaic Zandic Mbaic Mundu-Baka Ngbandic Bandaic Ndogoic ------ 13. Arts and entertainment of mele & co wooden jewelry box Renzo Rubino Italian pop singer songwriter Michele Perniola Italian singer, best known for representing San Marino at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2013 Joe Lala American rock percussionist and actor Bino American rock percussionist and actor Tito Schipa Italian tenor Tito Schipa Jr. Portuguese-born Italian composer, singer-songwriter, producer, writer and actor Marco Basaiti Renaissance painter Francesco Albani- Baroque Painter Cosimo Damiano Lanza Italian pianist, harpsichordist and composer Olivier Berggruen German-American art historian and curator Nik Spatari Italian painter, sculptor, architect and art scholar Soledad Onetto Chilean TV presenter Gabriella Cilmi Australian singer-songwriter Kara DioGuardi American singer-songwriter, record producer, music publisher, A&R executive, composer and TV personality Drita D'Avanzo television personality Michael Bellusci Musician and Drummer Steven Parrino American artist and musician associated with energetic punk nihilism Bobbi Starr pornographic actress Michele Perniola Joe Lala Tito Schipa Gabriella Cilmi ------ 14. Ram Shah (king) of mele & co wooden jewelry box Ram Shah was Nagvanshi king in 17th century. His capital was at Navratangarh. He succeed Durjan Sal and ruled from 1640 to 1665 CE. He succeeded by his elder son Raghunath Shah. During his reign, the king named "Nageswar" invaded the region. He fought several battles against king of Rewa and pact was established in the end. His son, Ani Nath Shahdeo, married the daughter of the king of Rewa. During his reign, king of Singhbhum Jagannath stopped paying dola to Nagvanshi kings. Ram shah fought battle with King Jagannath and around 2200 people died in battle. In the end Jagannath made a pact with Ram Shah. ------ 15. Nusa Penida of mele & co wooden jewelry box Nusa Penida (Balinese: ) is an island southeast of Indonesia's island Bali and a district of Klungkung Regency that includes the neighbouring small island of Nusa Lembongan. The Badung Strait separates the island and Bali. The interior of Nusa Penida is hilly with a maximum altitude of 524 metres. It is drier than the nearby island of Bali. There is very little tourist infrastructure. There are two small islands nearby - Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan - which are included within the district (kecamatan). Administratively, the kecamatan of the same name, had a population of 45,178 in 2010 census, covering 202.8 km2, very little changed from 10 years prior.
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Introduction to Mele & Co Wooden Jewelry Box
1. Cast of mele & co wooden jewelry box Kunchako Boban as Ajaya Kumar (Kochavva) Master Rudraksh Sudheesh as Ayyappa Das (Appu) Miss Abeni Aadhi as Ambili Anusree as Anju mol Nedumudi Venu as Appooppan Thambi K. P. A. C. Lalitha as Ammoomma Sri Latha Muthumani as Girija Mukesh as Sreekumar Suraj Venjaramood as Susheelan Kochettan Sudheesh as Regi Aju Varghese as Rajeev Musthafa as Saji Irshad as Mohandas (Omanakuttan) Maniyanpilla Raju as Maniyanpillai Mithun Ramesh as Sugunan Biju Menon as Airline passenger (Cameo appearance) Parvathy Ratheesh as Journalist (Cameo appearance) ------ 2. Majestic of mele & co wooden jewelry box Majestic is a 2002 Indian Kannada action crime film written and directed by P. N. Satya. The film stars Darshan in the lead role, along with Rekha and Jai Jagadish in other prominent roles. The film was produced by Ullas Enterprises studio. Sadhu Kokila scored the music for the film and the film was released on February 8, 2002. The film ran successfully for more than 100 days in theatres. It was the first movie for actor Darshan in the male lead. The film was remade in Telugu as Charminar. ------ 3. Semi finals of mele & co wooden jewelry box Ajeesh"Thoongatha Vizhigal" (K. J. Yesudas, from Agni Nakshatram) "Elangaathu Veesudhey" (Sriram Parthasarathy, from Pithamagan)Ravi"Rasathi Unna" (Jayachandran, from Vaidehi Kaathirundaal) "Kalaivaniye" (K. J. Yesudas, from Sindhu Bhairavi)Renu"Edhedho Ennam Valarthen" (K. S. Chithra, from Punnagai Mannan) "Anandha raagam" (Uma Ramanan) "Unna Vida" (Shreya Ghoshal, from Virumaandi)Vijay Narayan"Isayil Thodanguthamma" (Ajay Chakraborthy, Illayaraja from Hey Ram) "Sadho Sadho" (Hindustani) "Uyirin Uyirae" (Kay Kay, Suchitra, Harris Jayaraj from Kaakha Kaakha) "Hotel California" (Eagles)Raginisri"Ellam Enbamayam" (M. L. Vasanthakumari and P. Leela from Manamagal) "Unakkena Naan" (Ramya NSK, Vijay Antony from Kadhalil Vizhundhen) "I attempt from love's sickness to fly" (Henry Purcell) "Vegam Vegam" (Usha Uthup from Anjali) ------ 4. Melveen Leed of mele & co wooden jewelry box Melveen Leed (born on Molokai island in 1943, Hawaii) is an American singer. She graduated from Radford High School in Honolulu. After winning the title of "Miss Molokai" she begin singing in the mid-1960s and has released a number of records in the genres of Hawaiian, country, and jazz music. She won the Na Hoku Hanohano Award for Best Female Vocalist in 1978, 1979, 1981, 1984 and 1987. She has had several guest roles on Hawaii Five-O and sang at the Grand Ole Opry. She is arguably the best female vocalist in Hawaii and has performed in the Islands, Las Vegas, Japan and on the west coast of California. She has been the anchor performer at the International Marketplace in Waikiki every Saturday from 2011 until the Marketplaces's closing in December, 2014. She is scheduled to perform at Carnegie Hall, NYC on Thursday, May 29, 2014. ------ 5. Internal classification of mele & co wooden jewelry box Boyd and Moino (2010) removed the Gbaya and Zande languages. The half dozen remaining branches are coherent, but their interrelationships are not straightforward. Williamson & Blench (2000) propose the following arrangement: In addition there is the Ngombe language, whose placement is uncertain due to a paucity of data. Note: The ambiguous name Ngbaka is used for various languages in the area. Generally, singular Ngbaka language refers to one of the main Gbaya languages, whereas plural Ngbaka languages refers to a branch of Ubangian. Gldemann (2018)Gldemann (2018) recognises seven coherent "genealogical units" within Ubangian, but is agnostic about their positions within NigerCongo. Gbayaic Zandic Mbaic Mundu-Baka Ngbandic Bandaic Ndogoic ------ 6. Signe ye of mele & co wooden jewelry box Signe ye (born 2 June 1945 in Nord-Aukra) is a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party. She was elected to the Norwegian Parliament from stfold in 1993, and was re-elected on three occasions. On the local level she was a member of Hobl municipal council from 1983 to 1990. She chaired the local party chapter from 1994 to 2000, and the regional chapter since 2002. Outside politics she worked as a secretary in Spydeberg municipality from 1974 to 1990, and as a consultant in Hobl municipality from 1990 to 1993. ------ 7. Dunstan Endawie Enchana of mele & co wooden jewelry box Datuk Amar Dunstan Endawie Enchana (25 July 1937 11 April 2014) was a Malaysian politician from Sarawak, former teacher and a member of the Iban people. He served as the Deputy Chief Minister of Sarawak from 1977 until 1979. Endawie also served as a member of the Sarawak State Legislative Assembly for the Krian constituency and the President of the now defunct Sarawak National Party (SNAP) during his political career. He was also a member of the several Sarawak state cabinets, including a tenure as state minister for Local Government. ------ 8. Discography of mele & co wooden jewelry box Singles"Ke Kal Nei Au (Wedding Song Of Hawaii) / Lovely Hula Hands" (Columbia CO 46446) "Lei Aloha / White Ginger Blossoms" "The Haole Hula" (1950, Presto) "Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula"AlbumsHawaiian Blossoms (with Arthur Godfrey; 1951, Columbia CL 6190)CompilationsChristmas With Arthur Godfrey and All The Little Godfreys (1953, Columbia B-348; Kahauolopua sings Mele Kalikimaka) Al Kealoha Perry & His Singing Surfriders: Aloha, Hula Hawaiian Style (1996, Hana Ola Records. Perry was musical director of Hawaii Calls 19371967, and all the artists on this record were from that show. Kahauolopua (billed as "Haleloke") sings "Alekoki", "Kolopa", and "Pua O Ka Makahala") My Isle of Golden Dreams (2003; Kahauolopua (billed as "Haleloke") sings "Pua O Ka Makahala") ------ 9. Personal life and education of mele & co wooden jewelry box Jessica Ehrlich was born at St. Anthony's Hospital, St. Petersburg, Florida. Ehrlich grew up in St. Petersburg attending The Canterbury School and graduating from Shorecrest Preparatory School. Ehrlich graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1995, and later earned her J.D. from Southern Methodist University. Her father, Charles Ehrlich, was a prominent attorney in St. Petersburg who served as a Florida Assistant State Attorney. Charles and his mother Jeanette escaped from Nazi Germany in 1944. Her mother, Jacquelyn Ehrlich, an evangelical Christian of the Presbyterian faith, is a retired registered nurse and a graduate of the London School of Economics. ------ 10. Background of mele & co wooden jewelry box After finishing secondary school in Molde, Hanekamhaug started working towards a bachelor's degree at BI Norwegian Business School in 2008. She has been involved in politics since 2004, when she became chairman of the local youth wing of the Progress Party (Youth of the Progress Party). Both her parents are active in the party, her mother as a county council representative, her father as a member of the municipal council. She went on to become chairman of the county youth organisation in 2005, and a member of the county council in 2007. From 2007 to 2008, she also worked as a trainee for the central organisation of the party, in the role of personal assistant to party leader Siv Jensen. In 2010 Hanekamhaug decided to become active in the youth organization, and took the role as first deputy chairman. ------ 11. Tove Karoline Knutsen of mele & co wooden jewelry box Tove Karoline Knutsen (born 14 January 1951 in Torsken) is a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party. She was elected to the Norwegian Parliament from Troms in 2005. She graduated as cand.philol. in 1982, and spent large parts of her career as a "freelance musician, composer and artist". She was a member of the board of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation 19921998, Arts Council Norway 2001-2004 and Nesna University College 20012005. She was instrumental in the 2014 Olympic bid for Troms, which ultimately failed. ------ 12. Verbal particles of mele & co wooden jewelry box Below is a list of "verbal particles": Ee not of the future (past or current) Tee intentional (could also mean immediate future) Too (roo in 3rd person) future Kuu indicates start or completionclarification needed of an action/event Kaa used when communicating to relatives below your social standing Kee (uncommon)- hypothetical Negation marker used post verb /kee/ (more common) Negation marker used pre-verb /see/ only used with ee or tee verbal particles Loose possession- used for actual ownership and some family relationships (possessed n(a) Possessor) Intimate possession relation between parts/wholes and certain family relations Noki frequent/habitual (always) ------ 13. Ram Shah (king) of mele & co wooden jewelry box Ram Shah was Nagvanshi king in 17th century. His capital was at Navratangarh. He succeed Durjan Sal and ruled from 1640 to 1665 CE. He succeeded by his elder son Raghunath Shah. During his reign, the king named "Nageswar" invaded the region. He fought several battles against king of Rewa and pact was established in the end. His son, Ani Nath Shahdeo, married the daughter of the king of Rewa. During his reign, king of Singhbhum Jagannath stopped paying dola to Nagvanshi kings. Ram shah fought battle with King Jagannath and around 2200 people died in battle. In the end Jagannath made a pact with Ram Shah. ------ 14. Sverre Myrli of mele & co wooden jewelry box Sverre Myrli (born 26 August 1971 in Nes) is a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party. During the cabinet Jagland he was appointed political advisor in the Ministry of Transport. He was elected to the Norwegian Parliament from Akershus in 1997, served in the position of deputy representative during the term 20012005 and was elected for a second time in 2005. During the period as a deputy he completed a bachelor's degree at the Oslo University College. Myrli was a member of Nes municipality council from 1991 to 1997 and 2003 to 2007; during the first period he was also a member of Akershus county council. ------ 15. L of mele & co wooden jewelry box Lake Tana LGBT rights in Ethiopia (Gay rights) List of Abunas of Ethiopia List of airports in Ethiopia List of Ambassadors from Ethiopia List of birds of Ethiopia List of cities and towns in Ethiopia List of companies of Ethiopia List of diplomatic missions in Ethiopia List of Ethiopians List of fish on stamps of Ethiopia List of heads of government of Ethiopia List of hospitals in Ethiopia List of lakes in Ethiopia List of mammals in Ethiopia List of mountains in Ethiopia List of national parks of Ethiopia List of political parties in Ethiopia List of Presidents of Ethiopia List of rivers of Ethiopia List of universities and colleges in Ethiopia List of volcanoes in Ethiopia ------ 16. Aarathi of mele & co wooden jewelry box Aarathi (born 1954) is an Indian actress who predominantly acted in Kannada language films during the 1970s and 1980s. She has won the Filmfare awards South and the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress four times each. After her retirement from films in the mid 1980s, she staged a comeback in 2005 as a director with Mithayi Mane which met with critical appreciation and also won her the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Children's Film. She was also nominated as a Member of the Legislative Council of the Vidhana parishad, making her only the second actress after B. Jayamma to be so nominated. ------ 17. Works of mele & co wooden jewelry box 1884 : Le Bouquet de violettes, opra comique in one act, with Maxime Boucheron 1885 : Ple-mle gazette, revue in 4 acts and 7 tableaux, with Blondeau and Monral 1886 : Paris en gnral, revue, with Henri Blondeau and Hector Monral, 1886 1886 : Le Petit Canuchon, vaudeville in 4 acts, with Monral 1888 Roger la honte, drama in 5 acts and 8 tableaux, with Jules Mary 1890 : Le Rgiment, drama in 5 acts and 8 tableaux, with Mary 1890 : Prix de Beaut, comedy-ballet in 3 acts, with Edmond Rostand 1892 : Matre d'Armes, drama in 5 acts and 9 tableaux, with Mary 1895 : Au clair de la lune, revue, with Blondeau and Monral ------ 18. Sex Love & Pain II of mele & co wooden jewelry box Sex Love & Pain II is the seventh studio album by American recording artist Tank. was released on January 22, 2016, by Atlantic Records and his synergetic label R&B Money. Sex Love & Pain II debuted at number 15 on the US Billboard 200 with 20,000 equivalent album units; it sold 17,000 copies in its first week. The album boasted over 2. 1 million streams. It was the nine best-selling album of the week. Sex Love & Pain II was Tank's fifth solo album to debut at number one on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. ------ 19. Plot of mele & co wooden jewelry box Viswanath (Rajinikanth), a famous lawyer, stays with his widowed mother (Vijayakumari) and physically handicapped sister (Uma). He sends Jagan, a rich magnate's son (Sathyaraj) and Lokaiya, two criminals to jail on the charge of rape and murder of an innocent girl. Jagan's father, GMK (M N Nambiar) uses his influence and starts creating trouble in Viswanath's life. GMK succeeds in getting Viswanath imprisoned on a trumped up charge. His heartbroken mother dies. Once out of jail, Viswanath sets out to punish the culprits when he temporarily loses his eyesight ------ 20. Nusa Penida of mele & co wooden jewelry box Nusa Penida (Balinese: ) is an island southeast of Indonesia's island Bali and a district of Klungkung Regency that includes the neighbouring small island of Nusa Lembongan. The Badung Strait separates the island and Bali. The interior of Nusa Penida is hilly with a maximum altitude of 524 metres. It is drier than the nearby island of Bali. There is very little tourist infrastructure. There are two small islands nearby - Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan - which are included within the district (kecamatan). Administratively, the kecamatan of the same name, had a population of 45,178 in 2010 census, covering 202.8 km2, very little changed from 10 years prior.
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