19th European Film Awards

19th European Film Awards Date December 2, 2006 Site Centrum EXPO XXI, Warsaw, Poland Hosted by Maciej Stuhr, Sophie Marceau Organized by European Film Academy Highlights Best Picture The Lives Of Others Best Direction Pedro Almodóvar Volver Best Actor Ulrich Mühe The Lives Of Others Best Actress Penélope Cruz Volver Most awards Volver (4)[1] Most… Read More

Ghazala Gardens hotel

The Ghazala Gardens hotel (فندق غزالة) was a 176-room, four-star establishment in the Naama Bay area of the Egyptian beach resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, on the Sinai Peninsula. Its sister hotel, the Ghazala Beach, is across the street and is substantially larger. On July 23, 2005 at about 01:15 local time (22:15 UTC) a terrorist… Read More

Awad al-Baraasi

Awad Al-Baraasi عوض البرعصي Second Deputy Prime Minister of Libya Acting In office 14 November 2012 – 4 August 2013 President Mohamed Yousef el-Magariaf Prime Minister Ali Zeidan Preceded by Mustafa A.G. Abushagur Personal details Born (1966-06-28) 28 June 1966 (age 50) Benghazi, Libya Nationality Libyan Political party Justice and Construction Party Alma mater University of Benghazi… Read More

Campbells Bay

Campbells Bay Basic information Local authority Auckland Council Electoral ward North Shore Population 2,316 (2006) Surrounds North Mairangi Bay Northeast (Hauraki Gulf) East (Hauraki Gulf) Southeast Castor Bay South Forrest Hill Southwest Glenfield North West Sunnynook Northwest Windsor Park Campbells Bay is a suburb in Auckland City in New Zealand.[1] The suburb is under the… Read More

Subterminal object

In category theory, a branch of mathematics, a subterminal object is an object X of a category C with the property that every object of C has at most one morphism into X.[1] If X is subterminal, then the pair of identity morphisms (1X, 1X) makes X into the product of X and X. If… Read More

Emil Schumacher

Emil Schumacher Emil Schumacher, 1981 Born (1912-08-29)29 August 1912 Hagen, Germany Died 4 October 1999(1999-10-04) (aged 87) San José, Spain Nationality German Education School of Applied Arts in Dortmund, Germany Known for Painting Notable work Eruption (1956)[1] B-1, (1969)[2] “Mit Holz, (1980[3]Falacca, (1989)[4]Subito, (1998)[5] Awards Guggenheim Award (National Section) Emil Schumacher (29 August 1912 in Hagen, Westfalen… Read More

Siegfried Schürenberg

Siegfried Schürenberg Born Siegfried Wittig (1900-01-12)12 January 1900 Detmold, Germany Died 31 August 1993(1993-08-31) (aged 93) Berlin, Germany Occupation Actor Years active 1933–1974 Siegfried Schürenberg (12 January 1900 – 31 August 1993) was a German film actor. He appeared in 83 films between 1933 and 1974. He was born in Detmold, Germany and died in Berlin, Germany…. Read More


Plastic dispenser containing Nigroids liquorice pellets. Nigroids tin container by Ferris & Co. Ltd Vigroids (formerly Nigroids) was the brand name of a liquorice sweet. The small black pellets were particularly marketed as an expectorant lozenge for singers, using the slogan “for clarity of voice”. The product was manufactured by Ernest Jackson & Company Ltd… Read More

First Corps (Syrian rebel group)

First Corps Participant in the Syrian Civil War Groups 8th Infantry Brigade 19th Infantry Brigade 21st Infantry Division 55th Infantry Brigade 99th Infantry Division Furqat al-Nasr Furqat Fajr al-Tahrir Furqat Sallahudeen Liwa Fursan al-Hurriya Liwa Oasifat Januub al-Hurr Liwa Sajeel Liwa Saraya al-Karama Liwa Shuhada al-Harra[1] Wa’Aeddu Brigade[2] Area of operations Southern Syria[3] Part of… Read More

Waynesville Municipal Building

Former US Post Office Building U.S. National Register of Historic Places U.S. Historic district Contributing property Former U.S. Post Office Building (now the Municipal Building) Show map of North Carolina Show map of the US Location 16 S. Main St., Waynesville, North Carolina Coordinates 35°29′23″N 82°59′18″W / 35.4896°N 82.9883°W / 35.4896; -82.9883Coordinates: 35°29′23″N 82°59′18″W /… Read More