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Tute Bianche



Tute Bianche is a militant Italian social movement based on the idea of covering ones body with padding so as to resist the blows of police, to push through police lines, and to march together in large blocks for mutual protection during demonstrations. The name, which free acrobat readerliterally means, White Overalls comes from an initial acrobat downloaddemonstration, the group defense of a download adobe acrobat readersquatted Social centers (CSOA), in adobe acrobatwhich demonstrators wore white overalls to evoke the adobe acrobat reader free downloadghosts that would haunt the ghost town police proposed to make of the social center. The padding tactic is also called a padded bloc tactic. See also: Civil and social disobedience, nolan479yadobe acrobat reader free downloadDisobbedienti, WOMBLES, Ya Basta, Zapatista

Secaucus, New Jersey



Secaucus is a town located in Hudson County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 15,931. Before the 1950s, Secaucus was home to a number of pig farms, soap and grease plans, and junk yards, which gave the town a reputation for being one of the most odorous in the New York metropolitan area. However, gentrification and the location of the Meadowlands Sports Complex in the town have helped to improve the towns image. Favorite son Henry B. Krajewski, a pig farmer, was a frequent political candidate. MSNBC and WWOR are headquartered in Secaucus.

Geography

Secaucus is located at 40°4715 North, 74°342 West (40.787600, -74.061784) GR 1. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 16.9 square kilometer (6.5 square mile). 15.3 km² (5.9 mi²) of it is land and 1.6 km² (0.6 mi²) of it is water. The total area is 9.66% water.

Demographics

As of the census GR 2 of 2000, there are 15,931 people, 6,214 households, and 3,945 families residing in the town. The population density is 1,044.3/km² (2,706.7/mi²). There are 6,385 housing units at an average density of 418.6/km² (1,084.8/mi²). The racial makeup of the town is 78.54% White (U.S. Census), 4.45% African American (U.S. Census), 0.11% Native American (U.S. Census), 11.80% Asian (U.S. Census), 0.04% Pacific Islander (U.S. Census), 2.79% from Race (U.S. Census), and 2.26% from two or more races. 12.26% of the population are Hispanic (U.S. Census) or Latino (U.S. Census) of any race. There are 6,214 households out of which 25.7% have children under the age of 18 living with them, 49.2% are Marriage living together, 10.7% have a female householder with no husband present, and 36.5% are non-families. 31.6% of all households are made up of individuals and 12.8% have someone living alone who is 65 years of age or free acrobat readerolder. The average household size jeredyuofis 2.41 and the average family size is 3.08. In the town the population is spread out with 19.2% under the age of 18, 6.4% from 18 to 24, 33.5% from 25 to 44, 24.8% from 45 to 64, and 16.1% who are 65 years of age or older. The median age is 40 years. For every 100 females there are 97.9 free adobe acrobat readermales. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there are 94.2 acrobat downloadmales. The median income for a household in the town is $59,800, and the median income for a family is $72,568. Males have a median income of gretchenx395$49,937 versus $39,370 for females. The free adobe acrobat readerper capita income for the town is $31,684. 7.6% of the population and 3.9% of families are below the adobe acrobat reader free downloadpoverty line. Out of download adobe acrobat readerthe total population, 6.4% of those under the age of 18 and 9.0% of those 65 and older are living below the poverty line.

James Gordon Bennett, Jr.



James Gordon Bennett, Jr. (May 10, 1841 – May 14, 1918), was a newspaper publisher and sports enthusiast. Born in New York City, the son and namesake of the wealthy publisher of the New York Herald, Gordon Bennett was educated primarily in France, a country where he would spend a good part of his life. Bennett lived in the same exclusive world as other Newport, Rhode Island summer elites, such as the Vanderbilt family, the du Pont family, and the Astor family, who made ostentatious displays of their wealth with luxurious steam and motor yachts, opulent private railcars, and lavish mansions. He became the youngest Commodore ever of the New York Yacht Club. However, as a sailing enthusiast, Gordon Bennett did serve in the Navy during the American Civil War, and in 1866 won the first trans-oceanic boat race before taking over his fathers newspaper publishing business the following year. Once in charge, he raised the very successful newspapers profile even further when he provided the financial backing for the much talked about 1869 expedition by United Kingdom explorer Henry Morton Stanley into Africa to find David Livingstone. The journey lasted for two years until November 10, 1871, giving Bennetts paper exclusive coverage that fascinated readers for a sustained period. The New York Heralds stories from the Dark Continent were the envy of the papers competitors.s Gordon Bennett Cup In 1877, a few years of taking control of his fathers paper, Gordon Bennett left New York after a scandal that ended his engagement to socialite Caroline May. The incident, which is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records under “Greatest Engagement Faux Pas,” involved Bennett arriving late and drunk to a party at the May family’s New York mansion, and urinating in the living room fireplace in full view of his hosts. This incident is thought to be the origin of Gordon Bennett as an expression of disbelief, common in the southern regions of the United Kingdom. Settling permanently in Paris, he began to publish a quality English language daily that continues to this day under the name of the International Herald Tribune. From Paris, or from aboard his luxurious 300 foot yacht, he directed operations in New York and following the success with Henry Stanley, Bennetts newspaper supported the voyage of George Washington De Long through the Bering Strait to the North Pole. The ill-fated 1879-1881 expedition led to the starvation deaths of DeLong and 19 fellow crew members, a tragedy that only increased the newspapers circulation. Bennetts enthusiasm for sports extended to his sponsoring of several highly popular events amongst the wealthy of the time that allowed gretchenx395his newspapers the inside story and exclusive interviews with the events participants. After seeing a Polo match in England, Bennett returned to the United States and established the Westchester Polo Club on May 6, 1876, the first ever in America. In addition, he established the Gordon Bennett Cup as a trophy in international yachting and in 1900 the Gordon Bennett Cup in Auto Racing for automobile races that would be the precursor to Grand Prix motor racing. In 1906, he provided the funds and trophy for a Gordon Bennett Cup in ballooning, launched with great fanfare from ashliek9vrthe adobe acrobat readerTuileries Gardens in Paris. As he did with his automobile races, the subsequent ballooning event would be hosted by the country of the most recent winner. The Coupe Aéronautique Gordon Bennett continues to this day. Later, Bennett also gave a trophy for airplane racing. Gordon Bennett scandalized many in the elite societies of New York City, London and Paris with his always flamboyant and sometimes erratic behaviour. He had a horde of women at his disposal, using them acrobat reader downloadfor entertainment, not marrying until the age of seventy-three when for business reasons he wed Baroness de Reuter, a daughter of Paul Reuter, the founder of the famous Reuters. Gordon Bennett died in Beaulieu, Alpes-Maritimes France on May 14, 1918 and was interred in Cimetière de Passy in adobe acrobat free downloadthe Parisian suburb of Passy. His father, James Gordon Bennett, Sr. (1795–1872), had been a hands-on workaholic publisher, who failed to build a strong management team beneath his autocratic rule. As a result, his sons high profile image only helped for a while but without strong day-to-day management, the papers fortunes declined under Gordon Bennett Jr.s absentee adobe acrobat reader free downloadownership. After his death, his New York Herald was adobe acrobat downloadmerged with its bitter rival, the New adobe acrobat free downloadYork Tribune.

Northern dynasties



The Northern Dynasties (bei3 zhao1) included Northern Wei Dynasty, Eastern Wei Dynasty, Western Wei Dynasty, Northern Qi Dynasty, Northern Zhou Dynasty. NS-Dynasties
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Sovereigns of Northern Dynasty
Posthumous Names (Shi Hao) Born Names Period of Reigns Era Names (Nian Hao) and their according range of years
Northern dynasty
Northern Wei Dynasty 386-535
Convention: Northern Wei + posthumous name
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Dao Wu Di dao4 wu3 di4 Tuoba Gui tou4 ba2 gui1 386-409 Dengguo (deng1 guo2) 386-396
Huangshi (huang2 shi3) 396-398
Tianxing (tian1 xing1) 398-404
Tianci (tian1 ci4) 404-409
Ming Yuan Di ming2 yuan2 di4 Tuoba Si tou4 ba2 si4 409-423 Yongxing (yong3 xing1) 409-413
Shenrui (shen2 rui4) 414-416
Taichang (tai4 chang2) 416-423
Tai Wu Di tai4 wu3 di4 Tuoba Tao tou4 ba2 tao2 424-452 Shiguang (shi3 guang1) 424-428
Shenjia (shen2 jia1) 428-431
Yanhe (yan2 he2) 432-434
Taiyan (tai4 yan2) 435-440
Taipingzhenjun (tai4 ping2 zhen1 jun1) 440-451
Zhengping (zheng4 ping2) 451-452
Nan An Wang nan2 an1 wang2 Tuoba Yu tou4 ba2 yu2 452 Yongping (yong3 ping2) or Chengping adobe acrobat download(cheng2 ping2) 452
Wen Cheng Di wen2 cheng2 di4 Tuoba Jun tou4 ba2 jun4 452-465 Xingan (xing1 an1) 452-454
Xingguang (xing1 guang1) 454-455
Taian (tai4 an1) 455-459
Heping (he2 ping2) 460-465
Xian Wen Di xian4 wen2 di4 Tuoba Hong tou4 ba2 hong2 466-471 Tianan (tian1 an1) 466-467
Huangxing (huang2 xing1) 467-471
Xiao Wen Di xiao4 wen2 di4 Yuan Hong yuan2 hong2 471-499 Yanxing (yan2 xing1) 471-476
Chengming (cheng2 ming2) 476
Taihe (tai4 he2) 477-499
Xuan Wu Di xuan1 wu3 di4 Yuan Ke yuan2 ke4 500-515 Jingming (jing3 ming2) 500-503
Zhengshi (zheng4 shi3) 504-508
Yongping (yong3 ping2) 508-512
Yanchang (yan2 chang1) 512-515
Xiao Ming Di xiao4 ming2 di4 Yuan Xu yuan2 xu3 516-528 Xiping (xi1 ping2) 516-518
Shengui (shen2 gui1) 518-520
Zhengguang (zheng4 guang1) 520-525
Xiaochang (xiao4 chang1) 525-527
Wutai (wu3 tai4) 528
Xiao Zhuang Di xiao4 zhuang1 di4 Yuan Zi You yuan2 zi5 you1 528-530 Jianyi (jian4 yi4) 528
Yongan (yong3 an1) 528-530
Chang Guang Wang chang2 guang3 wang2 or Jing Di jing4 di4 Yuan Ye yuan2 ye4 530-531 Jianming (jian4 ming2) 530-531
Jue Min Di jie2 min3 di4 Yuan Gong yuan2 gong1 531-532 Putai (pu3 tai4) 531-532
An Ding Wang an1 ding4 wang2 or Chu Di chu1 di4 Yuan Lang yuan2 lang3 531-532 Zhongxing (zhong1 xing1) 531-532
Xiao Wu Di xiao1 wu3 di4 Yuan Xiu yuan2 xiu1 532-535 Taichang (tai4 chang1) 532
Yongxing (yong3 xing1) 532
Yongxi (yong3 xi1) 532-535
Eastern Wei Dynasty 534-550
Convention: Eastern Wei + free acrobat readerposthumous name
Xiao Jing Di xiao1 adobe acrobat 70jing4 di4 Yuan Shan Jian yuan2 shan4 jian4 534-550 Tianping (tian1 ping2) 534-537
Yuanxiang (yuan2 xiang4) 538-539
Xinghe (xing1 he2) 539-542
Wuding (wu3 ding4) 543-550
Northern Qi Dynasty 550-577
Convention: Northern Qi + posthumous name
Wen Xuan Di wen2 xuan1 di4 Gao Yang gao1 yang2 550-559 Tianbao (tain1 bao3) 550-559
Fei Di fei4 di4 Gao Yin gao1 yin1 560 Qian Ming (qian2 ming2) 560
Xiao Zhao Di xiao1 zhao1 di4 Gao Yan gao1 yan3 560-561 Huangjian (huang2 jian4) 560-561
Wu Cheng Di wu3 cheng2 di4 Gao Zhan gao1 zhan4 561-565 Taining (tai4 ning2) 561-562
Heqing (he2 qing1) 562-565
Hou Zhu hou4 zhu3 Gao Wei gao1 wei3 565-577 Tiantong (tian1 tong3) 565-569
Wuping (wu3 ping2) 570-576
Longhua (long2 hua3) 576
You Zhu you4 zhu3 Gao Heng gao1 heng2 577 Chengguang (cheng2 guang1) 577
Fan Yang Wang fan4 yang2 wang2 Gao Shao Yi gao1 shao4 yi4 577-579? Did not exist
Western Wei Dynasty 535-556
Convention: Western Wei + posthumous name
Wen Di wen2 di4 Yuan Bao Ju yuan2 bao3 ju4 535-551 Datong (da4 tong3) 535-551
Fei Di fei4 di4 Yuan Qin yuan2 qin1 552-554 Did not exist
Gong Di gong1 di4 Yuan Kuo yuan2 kuo4 554-556 Did not exist
Northern Zhou Dynasty 557-581
Convention: Northern Zhou + posthumous name
Xiao Min Di xiao1 min3 di4 Yuwen Jue yu3 wen2 jue2 557 Did not exist
Ming Di ming2 di4 or Xiao Ming Di xiao4 ming2 di4 Yuwen Yu yu3 wen2 yu4 557-560 Wucheng (wu3 cheng2) 559-560
Wu Di wu3 di4 Yuwen Yong yu3 wen2 yong1 561-578 Baoding (bao3 ding4) 561-565
Tianhe (tian1 he2) 566-572
Jiande (jian4 de2) free adobe acrobat reader572-578
Xuanzheng (xuan1 zheng4) 578
Xuan Di xuan1 di4 Yuwen Yun yu3 wen2 yun1 579 Dacheng (da4 beric2e4jcheng2) 579
Jing Di jing4 di4 Yuwen orrenf2gkChan yu3 wen2 chan3 579-581 Daxiang (da4 xiang4) 579-581
Dading (da4 ding4) 581
See also: Chinese history, Southern and Northern Dynasty, Chinese sovereign