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Early life[ edit ] Dawson was born in New York City. Isabel was 16 years old when Rosario was born; she never married Rosario’s biological father, Patrick C. At the age of 21, Isabel moved the family into an abandoned building, a squat on the Lower East Side of Manhattan , where she and her husband renovated an apartment and installed the plumbing and electrical wiring for the building, creating affordable housing where Rosario and Clay would grow up. Dawson has cited this part of her history when explaining how she learned that, “If you wanted something better, you had to do it all yourself. At the age of 15, she was subsequently discovered on her front-porch step by photographer Larry Clark and Harmony Korine , where Korine lauded her as being perfect for a part he had written in his screenplay that would become the controversial film Kids. In , she appeared in the movie, Josie and the Pussycats as band member Valerie Brown. She also appeared in the adaptation of the graphic novel Sin City , co-directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller , portraying Gail, a prostitute- dominatrix. Also in that year, she appeared in a graphically violent scene in the Rob Zombie film The Devil’s Rejects.

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Many celebrities are still turning heads left and right with their unusual choice of partners. Of course, who are we to judge, right? Love is love, age is just a number, differences can be overcome with true compassion… and so on.

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Orcinus citoniensis fossil, an extinct species of the same genus, Museo Capellini in Bologna Modern orca skeleton, Naturalis Leiden. Orcinus orca is the only recognized extant species in the genus Orcinus , one of many animal species originally described by Linnaeus in in Systema Naturae. The killer whale lineage probably branched off shortly thereafter.

Killer whale advocates point out it has a long heritage. Indeed, the genus name Orcinus means “of the kingdom of the dead”, [12] or “belonging to Orcus “. Since the s, “orca” has steadily grown in popularity; both names are now used. The term “orca” is euphemistically preferred by some to avoid the negative connotations of “killer”, [14] and because, being part of the family Delphinidae , the species is more closely related to other dolphins than to whales.

They are sometimes referred to as “blackfish”, a name also used for other whale species. This meaning of “grampus” should not be confused with the genus Grampus , whose only member is Risso’s dolphin.

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All times are local unless otherwise noted April CSLP Minor explosions and lava emission from central vent on old lava lake Card 30 April Jose Viramonte forwarded the following concerning activity at Santiago Crater. The eruption consisted of two of fluidic lava flows. There were many cracks in the surface of the old lava lake through which fumaroles and sublimates showed.

Two major explosions were heard on 4 and 5 April.

Jan 01,  · JPod, Douglas Coupland’s most acclaimed novel to date, is a lethal joyride into today’s new breed of tech Jarlewski and five co-workers whose surnames begin with “J” are bureaucratically marooned in jPod, a no-escape architectural limbo on the fringes of a massive Vancouver game design company/5().

James the Greater at the pillar in Zaragoza, Spain in the year A. I never have been particularly devoted to St. James the Greater, but for some reason, he seems to be devoted to me. I heard somewhere that the desire to do the Camino de Santiago — the Way of Saint James, which ends at the church at Santiago de Compostela where the remains of St. Around ten years ago, I read about the Camino de Santiago in a book about hiking.

Since then, I became obsessed with it, researching about it on the Internet and dreaming about being able to walk it someday. At that time, walking the Camino de Santiago was a wild dream which I never thought would come true. Back then, I did not know if I could fit it in with my other big plan at that time, which was to take further studies in either the United States or the United Kingdom.

The university he recommended happened to be along the route of the Camino de Santiago. During my studies, I got excited every time I saw pilgrims — with their identifying scallop-shell pendants — crossing the campus. Unfortunately, while I was able to hike some legs of the Camino de Santiago, I was not able to trek the last kilometers required to qualify one to receive a compostela certificate. This was because I could not find a willing and available companion.

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Japan Tadao Ando The Sayamaike Historical Museum is located on the edge of Sayamaike Pond, a reservoir in Osakasayama, Japan, dating back to the seventh century which was converted into a flood control dam. The museum was built to house the relics of the site that were discovered during reconstruction and to inform the visitor of ancient Japanese water engineering. The museum is a large rectangular box and a smaller rectangular box flanked by a water plaza.

The two rectangular forms are connected by a circular form that serves as part of the rich spatial sequence into the interior of the museum.

The Alchemist is about and Andalusian shepherd boy named Santaigo who leaves Spain to find a hidden treasure. Along the way he meets a gypsy, a man who calls himself a king, and an alchemist all who point Santiago in the direction of his quest/5(K).

Attractions World’s Most Spectacular Pedestrian Bridges Pedestrian bridges are going to cool new heights, turning the need to get from here to there into an adventure. Here, the environment belongs not to those who roar by at 70 mph, but to pedestrians like you. See Spectacular Bridges Around the World The concept of pedestrian bridges isn’t new—Venice’s Rialto Bridge dates back to , and even the Brooklyn Bridge architects made room for walkways alongside the car lanes.

But just recently, since around the turn of the millennium, we’ve rediscovered the notion that regular people are important enough to deserve some spectacular feats of engineering. This latest generation of newly constructed or retrofitted pedestrian bridges—where cars are strictly off-limits—takes a number of forms. Some exist primarily to thrill tourists. You have to take a harrowing cable car ride up a lush Malaysian mountain just to get to the aptly named Langkawi Sky Bridge.

It’s a curved bridge to nowhere that dangles 2, feet above the dazzling Andaman Sea. Other pedestrian bridges elevate the everyday business of getting from point A to point B.

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The two explorers, along with their five crewmen, stepped ashore near where the Iowa river flowed into the Mississippi. It is believed that the voyage marked the first time that white people visited the region of Iowa. After surveying the surrounding area, the Frenchmen recorded in their journals that Iowa appeared lush, green, and fertile. For the next years, thousands of white settlers would agree with these early visitors: Iowa was indeed lush and green; moreover, its soil was highly productive.

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Michael Vance Smith arrested in Larimer, Colorado on The law allows concerned citizens to report suspicious behavior by gun owners. A District Court judge evaluates the situation and can order a temporary gun prohibition when there is evidence that the person poses a danger with their weap The suspect had been critically wounded by an officer who was forced to shoot him as he held a female victim hostage at knife point.

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Early life[ edit ] Lilly was born in Fort Saskatchewan in Alberta. She was raised in British Columbia by her mother and her father, a produce manager. She has both an older sister and a younger sister. Mouat Secondary School in Abbotsford, British Columbia , where she played soccer and was vice-president of the student council. She eventually called and the agency landed her several roles in commercials and non-speaking parts in the TV shows Smallville and Kingdom Hospital. As the secrecy campaign prevented the auditioning actors from accessing the full script, forcing them to read short scenes and only know the basic premise of people surviving a plane crash on a tropical island — which reminded Lilly of The Blue Lagoon — she thought Lost would “at best be a mediocre TV show”.

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Attorney General, on behalf of the Egyptian government, sued the Saint Louis Art Museum for the return the Ka-Nefer-Nefer mask, a 3, year-old golden burial mask of a noblewoman. Mohammed Ibrahim, Egypt’s Minister of Antiquities, said the mask had been stolen from his country and later sold to the museum. But in a judge ruled in favor of the museum, which had claimed the statue of limitations protected its possession of the artifact.

The repatriation of ancient artifacts to their countries of origin has been a long-simmering issue over fabled treasures. Recently, a growing cooperation between governments and museums has led to some repatriation of centuries-old works. Greece has lobbied Britain for two decades to secure the return of the Marbles, which were removed and taken to London during the Ottoman occupation of Greece by the British ambassador Lord Elgin.

The Elgin Marbles were given to the Brits – albeit by the Turks, who were occupying Greece at the time of their removal. They were openly removed, they weren’t dug up out of the ground clandestinely. You know, how do you go back? I mean, throughout history, wars, disruption, things have changed hands in distressing ways. Pieces of mummified human limbs are left on the ground by tomb looters in the valley of the Golden mummies in the Bahariya oasis, miles west of Cairo, December 12, Egyptian antiquities experts believe the valley contains over 10, mummies.

Artifacts taken find their way onto the international art market, and often into museum collections. Looters broke into the museum in Cairo’s Tahrir Square on January 28 when anti-Mubarak protesters drove his despised police from the streets in a series of clashes, shattering 13 display cases and at least 70 artifacts, some of which have been recovered and repaired.

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See our wonderful collection of Rain Gods both contemporary and dating back to the early s. Helen Cordero was born in In the s she was making “Singing Mother” figures. These were sitting female figures holding one or two children on their laps.

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There he admits that his plans had been cancelled and coincidentally also Aria’s had been cancelled. They decide to bond over air hockey and pizza, and get along well. When Aria’s father comes to pick them up, a man accidentally knocks Holden into an air hockey table. Aria gets a glimpse of a nasty looking bruise on Holden’s stomach.

When she asks him about it, he says it’s due to football. Aria mentions her brother Mike also plays football, but she has never seen a bruise like that on him.

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Maria LaPine is known as the Black Widow of Guadaljara because she is believed have been responsible for the deaths of nine people: It began with Maria’s first husband, Douglas LaPine, a retired military officer who died in after an apparent fall in their house. Her second husband, Thomas Brickson, a retired businessman, died after an apparent stroke just a year after their marriage and six months after he was allegedly attacked by intruders.

Maria’s third husband, James Piper, was an American businessman whom she met in December of He had responded to an ad for a rental house, just outside of Guadalajara. Within four months, they were married. James’s children thought that she was a nice person and would be good for their father. Six months later, on September 18, , James took Maria out for breakfast. She later told his son Peter that when James didn’t come out from the bathroom, she sent a busboy to check on him.

James had keeled over on the floor, apparently suffering from a heart attack; he died a short time later. Three days later, Peter received a call from the American consulate. The caller said that Maria had a signed document from James that stated that he should be immediately cremated upon his death. Peter thought it was strange because his father was not old and had not made any other plans regarding a funeral or burial.

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In the year 44 he was beheaded in Jerusalem and his remains were later transferred to Galicia in a stone boat, to the place in where stand Santiago de Compostela Cathedral. James as it was believed at Compostela. Two propositions are central to it:

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It is bordered on the east by the other Celtic region of Asturias, and to the south by the country of Portugal. This Atlantic corner of North-west Spain, known as “the land of the rivers”, has a mountainous inland area, and a rugged coastline of cliffs, lagoons, beautiful beaches and small islands. The landscape is dotted with ancient dolmen, hill forts, and stone crosses and chapels.

The native name for the land is Galiza, and the people are Galegos. An ancient Celtic mother goddess named Cailleach, who’s name in Latin was ‘Calaicia’, is probably where the name Galicia originated, with the Romans calling the land Gallaecia, and the people the Gallaeci. The Galician language is one of the four official languages of Spain, spoken by most of the inhabitants of the region.

The folklore of the area shows its Celtic origins, and the traditional musical instrument is the ‘Gaita’, or bagpipe. The Region’s capital city is Santiago de Compostela, and it’s four provinces are A Coruna, Lugo, Ourense and Pontevedra, with a population of almost 3 million. The ancient people of Galiza left a stone legacy of thousands of Dolmen three standing stones with a huge slab across the top, forming burial chambers , or ‘Mamoas’.

The Celtic tribes had heavily settled the area by the 5th century B. Celtic ruins of Castro de Santa Tegra, southern Galicia, looking north Re-discovered in , with the last excavation in , only part of the ruins have been uncovered, showing houses, stores, workshops, yards and granaries, and even rainwater ditches and tanks. The population may have been people of the Grovii tribe, and it is thought this was an important center controlling maritme traffic along the coast and up-river, dying off after the arrival of the Romans, with their new roads and settlements on lower land.

Also up the mountain is an old Christian pilgrimage road, lined with huge crosses and rest areas, with many stairs leading to the old hermitage of Santa Tegra, with it’s courtyard and outbuildings. At the summit there is a good museum, cafe, and many stalls selling local Galician souvenirs!

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