El derecho de nacer (1981 telenovela)

El derecho de nacer (English title:The right to be born) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Ernesto Alonso for Televisa in 1981. Based on the Cuban radionovela of the same name written by Félix B. Caignet adapted for TV by Fernanda Villeli and directed by Raúl Araiza.

Verónica Castro and Sergio Jiménez starred as protagonists, Erika Buenfil and Humberto Zurita starred as co-protagonist on their debut, while Ignacio López Tarso, Beatriz Castro and Malena Doria starred as main antagonists. With the participations of the first actresses María Rubio and Socorro Avelar.

The story begins as a young woman seeks counsel by her doctor after she is left pregnant and debating if she should have an abortion. Her doctor calms her and tells her that he wants to share a story with her before she makes her decision. The doctor’s name is Alberto Limonta and he begins recounting the story of the Del Junco family….. Don Rafael Del Junco (Ignacio López Tarso) is the severe patriarch of a respected Veracruz family and demands absolute obedience from his two daughters María Elena and Matilde (real-life sisters Verónica and Beatriz Castro) and his wife Dona Constancia. María Elena manages to have an affair with a traveling salesman named Alfredo Martinez, played by Salvador Pineda. Martinez abandons her after knowing that she is pregnant with his child.

Don Rafael, in all of his fury sends María Elena and her black nanny María Dolores (Socorro Avelar) into hiding to avoid any scandals to his family. The two women are kept prisoners by Bruno, the foreman (Julio César Inbert), who is instructed by Don Rafael to kill the baby as soon as it is born. María Dolores manages to arrange the disappearance of the baby boy and instead flees to Mexico City while the boy Albertico played by Verónica Castro’s real-life son Cristian Castro. Albertico Limonta, who took the last name of Maria Dolores, knows nothing about the existence of María Elena.

The storyline has Alberto going back to Veracruz as he takes a job as a resident at the city hospital. It is there where he meets a young girl Amelia, who falls in love with him, but refuses to marry when she learns that Alberto has a black mother. As Alberto decides not to reveal that Maria Dolores is not his real mother, Cristina, a hospital volunteer, played by Erika Buenfil falls in love with him. Cristina is the adopted and grown up daughter of Matilde, who happens to be Alberto’s real life aunt.

Alberto develops a relationship with the Del Junco family as Cristina introduces him to everyone. The Del Juncos‘, with exception of spiteful Matilde are taken by the young man. Maria Elena in fact, feels a special bond for her niece’s boyfriend. Maria Elena is by then a nun living in a convent resigned a long time ago to never finding her son and her beloved nana.

A dramatic turn of events happens when Don Rafael del Junco pays an unsuspecting Maria Dolores a visit after he is given an emergency blood transfusion by Alberto. The meeting of these two characters is the paramount event of the entire drama as Maria Dolores reveals to Don Rafael that Doctor Alberto Limonta, the blood donor is in fact the Del Junco heir sent to his death by his own grandfather.

Don Rafael gets home and has a stroke which leaves him immobilized and unable to speak. This ploy prologued the drama for months in which Alberto and Cristina’s love story takes a secondary role to the quest by Don Rafael’s desire and his inability to tell Maria Elena that Albertico is her son. Maria Elena, eventually meets Maria Dolores who reveals that she had to flee Veracruz to save the child. In a highly emotional episode, Maria Elena, and Maria Dolores tell Alberto the entire truth.

Alberto instead of happiness feels sadness and resentment as he believes that Cristina is his first cousin making them an unlikely pair to marry. It is then when Matilde plagued by remorse and sadness confesses to Cristina that she is adopted; hence, permitting the two to marry. Don Rafael now able to speak, wants Alberto to take the Del Junco name to which Alberto refuses and decides to keep Limonta instead as he had grown up with him.



Frederick Ponsonby, 6th Earl of Bessborough

Frederick George Brabazon Ponsonby, 6th Earl of Bessborough (11 September 1815 – 11 March 1895) was a British peer and cricketer.

Ponsonby was born in Marylebone, London, the third son of John Ponsonby, 4th Earl of Bessborough, and his wife Lady Maria Fane. He was educated at Harrow and Trinity College, Cambridge. In 1837 he was admitted to Lincoln’s Inn, and was called to the Bar in 1840. He inherited the earldom on 28 January 1880 when his elder brother died without a male heir.

Lord Bessborough played cricket for both Harrow School and Cambridge University Cricket Club, batting right-handed. Ponsonby was an active player until about 1845, when, due to an arm injury, he continued to play only sporadically. He was a founder of Surrey County Cricket Club and its first vice-president. He was also a founder of the I Zingari nomadic amateur cricket club, and of the Old Stagers amateur theatre company.

Lord Bessborough died at Westminster on 11 March 1895. He never married, and was succeeded in the earldom by his younger brother, Walter.

Петрушевская, Людмила Стефановна

Людмила Стефановна Петрушевская

26 мая 1938(1938-05-26) (78 лет)



прозаик, драматург, певица, автор музыкального проекта «Кабаре Людмилы Петрушевской»

1972—наши дни

русский язык

«Через поля»

Людми́ла Стефа́новна Петруше́вская (род. 26 мая 1938, Москва) — российский прозаик, певица, поэтесса, драматург.

Родилась 26 мая 1938 года в Москве в семье служащего. Внучка лингвиста Н. Ф. Яковлева, создателя письменностей для ряда народов СССР. В военное время жила у родственников, а также в детском доме под Уфой.

После войны вернулась в Москву, окончила факультет журналистики МГУ. Работала корреспондентом московских газет, сотрудницей издательств, с 1972 года — редактором на Центральной студии телевидения.

Петрушевская рано начала сочинять стихи, писать сценарии для студенческих вечеров, всерьёз не задумываясь о писательской деятельности.

Первым опубликованным произведением автора был рассказ «Через поля», появившийся в 1972 году в журнале «Аврора». С этого времени проза Петрушевской не печаталась более десятка лет. Издавать её начали только во времена «перестройки».

Первые же пьесы были замечены самодеятельными театрами: пьеса «Уроки музыки» (1973) была поставлена в 1979 году Р. Виктюком в театре-студии ДК «Москворечье», а также В. Голиковым в театре-студии ЛГУ и почти сразу запрещена (напечатана лишь в 1983 году).

Постановка «Чинзано» была осуществлена театром «Гаудеамус» во Львове. Профессиональные театры начали ставить пьесы Петрушевской в 1980-е годы: одноактная пьеса «Любовь» в Театре на Таганке, «Квартира Коломбины» в «Современнике», «Московский хор» во МХАТе. Долгое время писательнице приходилось работать «в стол» — редакции не могли публиковать рассказы и пьесы о «теневых сторонах жизни». Не прекращала работы, создавая пьесы-шутки («Анданте», «Квартира Коломбины»), пьесы-диалоги («Стакан воды», «Изолированный бокс»), пьесу-монолог («Песни XX века», давшую название сборнику её драматургических произведений).

Проза Петрушевской продолжает её драматургию в тематическом плане и в использовании художественных приёмов. Её произведения представляют собой своеобразную энциклопедию женской жизни от юности до старости:

В 1990 году был написан цикл «Песни восточных славян», в 1992 — роман «Время ночь». Пишет сказки как для взрослых, так и для детей:

Людмила Петрушевская живёт и работает в Москве.

Романы и повести

По сценариям Людмилы Петрушевской был поставлены фильмы и мультфильмы:

В 2002 году Петрушевская создала три книги про поросёнка Петра:

В 2008 году был снят одноименный мультфильм.

В 2010 году пользователь по имени Lein записал песню „Поросенок Петр съе…“, а пользователь Артем Чижиков подобрал на нее видеоряд из мультфильма. Этот клип стал популярным интернет-мемом.

Произведение «Peter Pig and His Airplane Trip» писательницы Betty Howe, изданное в 1943 году, похоже рядом деталей (в частности, цветом аэроплана на обложке и именем главного героя) на книги Петрушевской.

Существуют противоречивые свидетельства, послужил ли профиль Петрушевской прототипом заглавного персонажа мультфильма Ю. Норштейна «Ёжик в тумане». С одной стороны, этот эпизод прямо описан в книге Петрушевской. С другой стороны, сам Норштейн описывал процесс появления ёжика иначе. Достоверно известно[источник не указан 336 дней], что Петрушевская послужила для Норштейна прообразом Цапли в мультфильме «Журавль и цапля».

Вдова, покойный муж — директор Галереи на Солянке Борис Павлов (ум. 19 сентября 2009 года).

Трое детей:

Leonard Steinhorn

Leonard Steinhorn is a professor of communication and affiliate professor of history at American University, where he teaches politics, strategic communication, recent American history, and courses on the presidency.

Steinhorn is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Vassar College, where he received a bachelor’s degree in history. He later received his master’s degree in history from Johns Hopkins University. For several years, he worked as a speechwriter, press secretary, and policy advisor for members of the United States Congress.

In 1995, Steinhorn began teaching at American University in Washington, D.C. He was voted American University Faculty Member of the Year in 1999 and 2001 and he also was named Honors Professor of the Year in 2010. From 2002 to 2004, he was president of American University’s chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. He has served as the Director of the Public Communication Division, and is both a professor of communication and an affiliate professor of history.

Since 2012 he has served as a political analyst for CBS News, and before that he was a political analyst for FOX-5 News in Washington, DC.

In 2010, Steinhorn founded the website PunditWire with Robert Lehrman, an adjunct professor in American University’s School of Communication and former speechwriter for Al Gore. PunditWire is a news commentary site whose contributors are all current or former speechwriters from across the political spectrum. PunditWire is sponsored by American University.

Steinhorn wrote The Greater Generation: In Defense of the Baby Boom Legacy (2006) and co-authored By the Color of Our Skin: The Illusion of Integration and the Reality of Race (1999).

He has been published in the Washington Post, Salon, New York Times, Politico, The Hill, International Herald Tribune, Huffington Post, World Financial Review, and History News Network among others.

Kirkus wrote that Steinhorn’s widely discussed and debated book, The Greater Generation, was „a sturdy, often convincing defense of his own Boomer generation.“

Publishers Weekly called it a „powerful book“ and wrote that „Steinhorn forcefully and gracefully defends his age cohort against these stereotypes in a paean to the generation that forever altered the face of American culture.

Salon.com wrote that Steinhorn’s „unapologetic celebration of the boomer legacy is refreshing, and much of his argument is convincing,“ but criticized it for sentimentalizing boomers

Voice Operated Exchange

Eine Voice Operated Exchange (VOX, veraltet auch „Sprachwaage“) ist ein sprachgesteuerter Schalter.

Damit wird bei Funkgeräten die Sende-/Empfangsumschaltung betätigt oder bei Tonaufnahmen die Aufzeichnung gestartet. Eine VOX erspart die Umschaltung von Hand mit Push-to-talk (PTT) und findet darum beispielsweise in Freisprecheinrichtungen Anwendung.

Dabei wird der Spannungspegel am Mikrofon ausgewertet und beim Überschreiten einer einstellbaren Schwelle das PTT-Signal generiert. Dadurch schaltet das Funkgerät automatisch auf Senden, wenn man laut genug in das Mikrofon spricht. Durch Hintergrundgeräusche oder -gespräche, die die Ansprechschwelle überwinden, ist eine unabsichtliche Funkaussendung möglich. Die unbeabsichtigte Triggerung durch das vom Lautsprecher ausgestrahlte Empfangssignal kann durch eine zusätzliche Schaltung (Anti-VOX) verhindert werden. Außerdem von Nachteil ist, dass das Ansprechen der VOX eine kurze Zeit dauert, das Gerät also erst mit Verzögerung eingeschaltet wird.

Um kurze Pausen zu überbrücken, fällt das PTT-Signal erst nach einer gewissen Nachlaufzeit wieder ab (VOX delay).

Yusuf Najmuddin ibn Sulaiman

Yusuf Najmuddin bin Sulaiman (death: June 23, 1567 CE or 16 Dhu al-Hijjah 974 AH, Taiba, Yemen) was the 24th Da’i al-Mutlaq (Absolute Missionary) of the Taiyabi Ismailis. He succeeded Mohammad Ezzuddin to the religious post.

Yusuf Najmuddin’s native city was Sidhpur, Gujarat, India. He was one of many bright students who went to Yemen, to study Islamic education. The 23rd Da’i, Muhammad Izzudin, personally began to educate him. In 942 AH, Muhammad Izzudin gave his nass to Yusuf Najmuddin when he was in Sidhpur. For five year he stayed at Sidhpur, built a mosque and 24 Nos shops for community to establish. After this he decided to travel to Yemen, where enemies have captured many fortresses belonging to the Dawah. He recaptured most of the forts, and the dignity and glory of Dawat was back in Yemen. Syedna Yusuf Najmuddin appointed Jalal Shamsuddin in Ahmedabad as Wali al-Hind: leader of the dawah in India.

His tenure of da’i was for 28 years 9 months and 23 days. His grave is located at Taiba in Yemen.

Yusuf Najmuddin gave nass to Jalal Shamsuddin of Ahmedabad as his successor, the 25th Da’i.

Mausoleum of Yusuf Najmuddin, Tayba, Yemen

Mosque of Yusuf Najmuddin, Tayba, Yemen

Water system built by Yusuf Najmuddin

Veliko Tarnovo Municipality

Veliko Tarnovo Municipality (Bulgarian: Община Велико Търново) is a municipality (obshtina) in Veliko Tarnovo Province, Central-North Bulgaria, located mostly in the so-called Fore-Balkan area north of Stara planina mountain. It is named after its administrative centre – the old capital of the country, the city of Veliko Tarnovo which is also the main town of the province.

The municipality embraces a territory of 883 km² with a population of 88,724 inhabitants, as of December 2009.

The area is a crossroads of two of the major transport corridors in Bulgaria – road E772 which connects the capital of Sofia with the port of Varna and road E85 which connects the city of Ruse on Danube river with Shipka pass. The Hemus motorway is planned to cross the municipality north of its main town.

(towns are shown in bold):

The following table shows the change of the population during the last four decades. Since 1992 Veliko Tarnovo Municipality has comprised the former municipality of Kilifarevo and the numbers in the table reflect this unification.

According to the 2011 census, among those who answered the optional question on ethnic identification, the ethnic composition of the municipality was the following:

Gilmore Stadium

Gilmore Stadium was a multi-purpose stadium in Los Angeles, California. It was opened in May 1934 and demolished in 1952, when the land was used to build CBS Television City. The stadium held 18,000. It was located next to Gilmore Field. The stadium was located west of Curson Avenue, surrounded by Beverly Boulevard, Fairfax Avenue and Third Street.

The stadium was built by Earl Gilmore, son of Arthur F. Gilmore and president of A. F. Gilmore Oil, a California-based petroleum company which was developed after Arthur struck oil on the family property. The area was rich in petroleum, which was the source of the „tar“ in the nearby La Brea Tar Pits.

It was used for American football games at both the professional and collegiate level. The stadium was the home of the Los Angeles Bulldogs, the first professional football team in Los Angeles. The Bulldogs competed as an independent team before joining the second American Football League in 1937 and winning its championship with a perfect 8-0-0 record, the first professional football team to win its championship with an unblemished record. After the collapse of the league, the Bulldogs returned to being an independent team before joining the American Professional Football Association in 1939. The Bulldogs then became charter members of the Pacific Coast Professional Football League in 1940 and played in Gilmore Stadium until 1948, when the team moved to Long Beach, California, for its (and the league’s) final season.

Gilmore Stadium was also the site of two 1940 National Football League (NFL) Pro Bowls.

On January 14, 1940, the 1939 NFL champion Green Bay Packers met an All-Star team consisting of players from the nine other NFL clubs in the second NFL All-Star game in history. The Packers won 16-7.

Extra seating was added to accommodate 21,000 fans for the Pro Bowl for the 1940 NFL season. The crowd set a record as the largest to view a Los Angeles pro game. The event was held on December 29, 1940. The game pitted the 1940 NFL Champion Chicago Bears against an All-Star team from the other NFL clubs in the third NFL All-Star game. The Bears won 28-14.

The Hollywood Stars of the Pacific Coast League played here in 1939, while awaiting completion of Gilmore Field’s construction.

Midget car racing was invented at the track. The track hosted midget car racing from the track’s debut in May 1934 to 1950. The 1939 Turkey Night Grand Prix was held at the track.

Rodger Ward drove Vic Edelbrock’s midget car in a famous August 10, 1950 event at Gilmore Stadium. Ward shocked the racing world by breaking Offenhauser engine’s winning streak by sweeping the events at Gilmore Stadium that night.

Notable drivers that raced at the track include Danny Bakes, Bill Betteridge, Fred Friday, Walt Faulkner, Perry Grimm, Sam Hanks, Curly Mills, Danny Oakes, Roy Russing, Bob Swanson, Bill Vukovich, Rodger Ward, and Karl Young. Drivers that were killed at the track include Ed Haddad, Swede Lindskog, Speedy Lockwood, Frankie Lyons, and Chet Mortemore.

In the sixteen years of the stadium’s existence, over 5 million fans attended races at the track. The stadium drew crowds over 18,000 people each race. Attendance dropped to below 9,000 at normal weekly races by the late 1940s. The attendance drop and increased demand for property in West Hollywood led to the track’s sale in 1950. It was torn down in 1951. Some of its grandstand was installed at Saugus Speedway.

It also hosted donkey baseball, dog shows, rodeos, and at least one cricket match. Esther Williams performed in a diving and water ballet performance. A temporary above ground pool was constructed for the event. Several professional boxing title matches where held in the stadium. U.S. President Harry S. Truman delivered his „stiff upper lip“ speech in the stadium.

Gilmore Stadium was featured in a 1934 Three Stooges short featuring a football game, and fittingly titled Three Little Pigskins. The scoreboard, with the name of the stadium, appears prominently in several shots, as does a billboard advertising Gilmore products. A sign for the nearby Fairfax Theater, across Beverly Boulevard at the north (open) end of the stadium, is also visible in the background a couple of times.

On May 19, 1947, Gilmore Stadium was packed with people waiting to hear a speech by Progressive Party candidate for President Henry A. Wallace. Wallace served as vice president under FDR and was also the Secretary of Agriculture (his specialty) and Secretary of Commerce. Also speaking at the event was actress Katharine Hepburn, whose speech stole the show.


Angels Unlimited

Angels Unlimited is de titel van de serie geschreven door Annie Dalton, vertaald vanuit het Engels door Mireille Vroege. De boeken gaan vooral over hoofdpersoon Melanie ‚Mel‘ Beeby, een meisje dat op dertienjarige leeftijd aangereden werd en zo op de Engelenacademie – in de hemel – belandt, waar ze op missies moet voor het Bureau (Engels: the Agency), meestal met haar twee vrienden Lola Sanchez en Reuben. Er zijn twaalf boeken in deze serie, waarvan er vijf zijn vertaald naar het Nederlands.

De boeken zijn geschreven vanuit de eerste persoon enkelvoud, namelijk vanuit Melanies ogen. De meeste boeken hebben historische verhaallijnen in zich, aangezien Melanie en haar twee kameraden vaak naar het verleden reizen.

Melanie Beeby is gestorven bij een auto-ongeluk op de dag van haar dertiende verjaardag. Ze merkt dan op dat ze is geteleporteerd naar de hemel, naar een vredige, fijne stad, bewoond door zowel gestorven mensen als wezens die geboren zijn als engel en nooit een mens zijn geweest, al nemen ze wel een menselijke vorm aan. Een voorbeeld van de laatste groep mensen is Melanies vriend Reuben. In deze stad vind je ook het hoofdbureau van het Bureau. Het Bureau is een groep van elite-engelen, wiens baan het is om de Vijanden – onder de drie vrienden bekend als DEKA’s, de Duistere Krachten – tegen te houden van het verduisteren van het verleden. De Vijanden zijn compleet het tegenovergestelde van het Bureau en hun hoofddoel is de mensen die zij als slachtoffer toegewezen kregen een ellendig gevoel geven en ze te laten denken dat ze alleen zijn. Engelen sturen juist vibraties naar hun toegewezen personen om hen een duwtje in de rug te geven bij wat ze doen.

In het begin denkt ze dat het één grote vergissing is dat ze in de hemel is beland, maar na enkele tijd komt Melanie erachter dat ze een engel in spe is en is ingeschreven bij de Engelenacademie.

In elk boek komt er een tijdreis voor van wisselend genre, waar Melanie, meestal samen met Lola en Reuben, de taak heeft gekregen om diverse, soms enkel potentiële, problemen te ontrafelen waar de mensheid en de Vijanden bij betrokken zijn.

David Dacko

David Dacko (født 4. mars 1930, død 20. november 2003) var den første presidenten i Den sentralafrikanske republikk, fra 14. august 1960 til 1. januar 1966, og landets tredje president fra 21. september 1979 til 1. september 1981.

Etter uavhengigheten 13. august 1960 ble Dacko midlertidig president i republikken (14. august 1960 – 12. desember 1960), og deretter, med aktiv støtte fra Frankrike mot hans rival Abel Goumba, den første presidenten i Den sentralafrikanske republikk (12. desember 1960 – 31. desember 1965). I 1960 tjente han også som president for konferansen for statsministrene i Ekvatorial-Afrika.

Selv etter å ha blitt fjernet fra makten to ganger​​, fortsatte Dacko å være en svært aktiv politiker og presidentkandidat med en lojal gruppe av tilhengere. Dacko var dermed en viktig politisk figur i sentralafrikansk politikk for en periode på over et halvt århundre.

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