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  1. Helmut Steinbrecher

    This article is a part of Wikipedia WikiProject Biography Military . Infobox military person name Helmut Steinbrecher image caption birth date Birth date and age YYYY MM DD 30 June 1896 death date Death date and age YYYY MM DD YYYY MM DD Unknown placeofburial label placeofburial birth place Dresden , Germany death place placeofburial coordinates coord LAT LONG display inline,title nickname allegiance Germany branch Aviation serviceyears rank Leutnant unit FA 17, FA A 274, Jasta 46 commands battles awards Iron Cross relations laterwork Leutnant Helmut Steinbrecher was the first pilot in history to successfully parachute from a stricken airplane, on 27 June 1918. He was a World War I flying ace credited with five aerial victories. ref http www.theaerodrome.com aces germany steinbrecher.php ref Sources of information reflist References See also Steinbrecher Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Steinbrecher, Helmut ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH 30 June 1896 PLACE OF BIRTH Dresden , Germany DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Steinbrecher, Helmut Category 1896 births Category Year of death missing Category People from Dresden Category German aviators germany airforce bio stub ...   more details



  1. Marianne Steinbrecher

    Infobox volleyball player name Marianne Steinbrecher image Mari Cropped.jpg fullname Marianne Steinbrecher birth date Birth date and age 1983 8 23 mf yes birth place S o Paulo , Brazil death date death place height height m 1.88 precision 0 position Wing spiker outside hitter currentclub flagicon BRA Rio de Janeiro V lei Clube Unilever Rio de Janeiro currentnumber 7 years 1996 1999 br 1999 2000 br 2000 2003 br 2003 2005 br 2006 2008 br 2008 2010 br 2010 2011 clubs flagicon BRA Rol ndia Faccar br ... Women s Volleyball Cup 2008 Fortaleza Team Marianne Steinbrecher , known as Mari born August 23, 1983 ref name bioyahoo cite web title Marianne Steinbrecher url http sports.yahoo.com olympics beijing bra marianne steinbrecher 202169 accessdate 2008 09 06 publisher Yahoo ref , is a female volleyball ... 13 publisher Confedera o Brasileira de Voleibol language Portuguese ref Steinbrecher, who is of Russians ... Steinbrecher url http www.robursportpesaro.it CMDirector.aspx?ID 5596 accessdate 2008 09 06 publisher ... 2008 08 23 publisher Marianne Steinbrecher s official website language Portuguese archiveurl ... club Rio de Janeiro V lei Clube Unilever Volley . National team File Marianne Steinbrecher 1.jpg ... Dead link date October 2010 bot H3llBot ref Steinbrecher participated in the 2004 Summer Olympics ... the silver medal, after her country was defeated by Cuba in the final. ref name biouol In 2008, Steinbrecher ... ref In the same year, on her birthday, in Beijing, Steinbrecher won her first gold medal in the Olympic ... Olympics Use mdy dates date August 2011 Persondata NAME Steinbrecher, Marianne ALTERNATIVE NAMES ... , Brazil DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Steinbrecher, Marianne Category 1983 births Category ... Category Women s volleyball players Category Olympic medalists in volleyball fr Marianne Steinbrecher it Marianne Steinbrecher ja pl Marianne Steinbrecher pt Marianne Steinbrecher tr Marianne Steinbrecher uk ...   more details



  1. Felix W�rtz

    Felix W rtz was a surgeon of the 16th century. Life He was born in Zurich . The dates of his birth and death are insecure. ref See Steinbrecher in Gerabek et al. 2005 , p. 1503 writing of his birth between 1500 and 1510, and of his death between 1590 and 1596. Manzke 2008 , p. 17 writes of W rtz death in 1598, Rur h 1925 writes 1574 or 1576, Dunn 1992 of 1575. According to Lorenz 1940 , p. 4 W rtz treated patients still in 1580. ref The date of his birth was between approx. 1500 until approx. 1510, the date of his death between approx. 1590 and 1596. W rtz lived and practiced in Zurich and Strasbourg . W rtz received no academic studies, but had his apprenticeship as a 14 year old youth at a surgeon. Then he was a barber and worked presumably as a feldsher. ref See Lorenz 1940 , p. 2. ref From 1536 on he was am member of the guild of barbers in Zurich. ref See Hirsch 1934 , p. 1001. ref He was a friend of Conrad Gesner , the town physician and well known naturalist. Presumably Gesner gave W rtz the advice to write about his experiences and knowledge as a surgeon. ref See Lorenz 1940 , p. 3. ref W rtz main work is Praktika der Wundartzney , published in 1563 Basel . Here W rtz describes his opinion of treatment of wounds and criticizes several medical traditions. ref See Lorenz 1940 , p. 6. ref This book is called by Steinbrecher as one of the most original and most important medical books of the 16th century . ref Steinbrecher in Gerabek et al. 2006 , p. 1503. ref W rtz here is opposed to certain treatment he judges as wrong. He criticizes in particular the surgical suture and recommends only a narrow range of indication. He stresses the importance of the surgeons own practical experiences. This attitude is also crucial in his Children s book , which was published after his death by his brother Rudolf in 1612 as a part of the book on surgery. ref See Manzke 2008 , p. 17 f. Felix W rtz book was translated and edited for more than 126 years. The English title is The C ...   more details



  1. Mari

    Wiktionary Mari Mari may refer to Mari given name Mari language , Uralic language Mari people , Volga Finnic people Places Mari El Republic , a federal subject of Russia Mari Autonomous Oblast 1920 1936 , an administrative division of the Russian SFSR, Soviet Union Mari Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic 1936 1990 , an administrative division of the Russian SFSR, Soviet Union Mari, Syria , ancient near eastern city Mari, Cyprus , a village Mari, Punjab , a town and a union council in Pakistan Religion Mari goddess of Basques M ri, India goddess a.k.a. Mariamman People Please list people with the given name here, only if they are commonly referred to using only the first name Saint Mari fl. c. 100? , Mesopotamian religious leader Jos Mari born 1978 , Spanish football player Mari 1903 1987 , Japanese novelist a.k.a. Mori Mari Mari Possa born 1980 , Salvadoran actress Mari Alkatiri born 1949 , Prime Minister of East Timor from 2002 to 2006 Marianne Steinbrecher , known as Mari born 1983 , brazilian volleyball player Other uses Mari Iyagi, fictional character in My Beautiful Girl, Mari See also Mary given name Disambiguation geo ar an Mari ca Mari de Mari et Mari t psustus es Mari fr Mari gl Mari ko hr Mari it Mari ka hu Mari egy rtelm s t lap nl Mari ja no Mari oc Mari pl Mari ujednoznacznienie pt Mari ru sk Mari fi Mari tr Mari ...   more details



  1. S�o Caetano Esporte Clube

    class infobox bordered cellpadding 4 style font size 90 width 250px style text align center vertical align middle font size medium color bgcolor Navy background color bgcolor blue colspan 2 center font color white size 4 S o Caetano Blausiegel font center align center colspan 2 border 0 cellpadding 2 cellspacing 0 Image S o Caetano Balusiegel logo.png 200px Official Name S o Caetano Esporte Clube City S o Caetano League Superliga Feminina Coach Jailson de Andrade S o Caetano Blausiegel is a professional women s volleyball team, based in S o Caetano do Sul , S o Paulo state , Brazil . 2008 2009 Team class sortable wikitable bgcolor CCCCCC Name Height Position H lia Souza 177 Setter Ana Cristina 174 Setter Camila 181 Setter Marianne Steinbrecher 187 Wing Spiker Luciana 175 Wing Spiker Clarisse 180 Wing Spiker Thais 190 Wing Spiker Andr ia Sforzin 185 Middle Blocker Edna Schlindwein 187 Middle Blocker Barbara 181 Middle Blocker Natasha 196 Middle Blocker Dani 186 Opposite Sheilla Castro 180 Opposite Suelen 165 Libero External links http www.cbv.com.br CBV Official Page br Superliga Brasileira de Voleibol Feminino DEFAULTSORT Sao Caetano Blausiegel Category Brazilian volleyball clubs Category Volleyball clubs in S o Paulo state fr S o Caetano Esporte Clube volley ball f minin it S o Caetano Esporte Clube pl S o Caetano Esporte Clube pt S o Caetano Esporte Clube ...   more details



  1. 1563 in science

    Year nav topic 1563 science The year 1563 in science and technology included a number of events, some of which are listed here. Medicine and physiology June&ndash October Outbreak of bubonic plague in London kills over 20,000. ref cite book last Palmer first Alan coauthors Veronica year 1992 title The Chronology of British History publisher Century Ltd location London pages 153 156 isbn 0 7126 5616 2 ref Bartolomeo Eustachi publishes De Renibus including his discovery of the adrenal glands and Libellus De Dentibus in Venice , a pioneering text on dentition . Garcia de Orta publishes Col quios dos simples e drogas da India in Goa , the first text in a Western language on tropical medicine and drugs, including a classic description of cholera . Felix W rtz publishes his critical treatise on surgery, Praktika der Wundartzney , in Basel . ref cite book first Josef last Lorenz title Der Chirurg Felix Wirtz sein Leben und sein Werk location D sseldorf year 1940 page 6 ref ref Steinbrecher in Gerabek, Werner E. et al. ed 2005 , Enzyklop die Medizingeschichte Berlin p. 1503. ref Publications prob. date Bernardino Telesio De Rerum Natura Iuxta Propria Principia . Births October 14 Jodocus Hondius , Flemish people Flemish cartographer d. 1612 in science 1612 Louise Bourgeois Boursier , French people French Royal Midwifery midwife d. 1636 in science 1638 Yi Su gwang , Korea n scholar bureaucrat d. 1628 in science 1628 Walter Warner , English people English scientist d. 1643 in science 1643 approx. date Oswald Croll , German people German Iatrochemistry iatrochemist d. 1609 in science 1609 William Lee inventor William Lee , English inventor d. 1614 in science 1614 Deaths References reflist DEFAULTSORT 1563 In Science Category 1563 in science fr 1563 en science mk 1563 ...   more details



  1. SpeakEasy

    Citations missing date January 2008 about a US Government project other uses Speakeasy disambiguation SpeakEasy was a United States military project to use software defined radio technology to make it possible to communicate with over 10 different types of military radio s from a single system. History The SpectrumWare project applied a software oriented wireless communications approach with distributed signal processing. The research direction of the SpectrumWare project was heavily influenced by two software radio efforts the military SpeakEasy project and the commercial products of the Steinbrecher Corporation. According to Upmal and Lackey in SPEAKeasy, the Military Software Radio IEEE Communications Magazine NY IEEE Press 1995, the SpeakEasy project was started in 1991 and was the first large scale software radio. SpeakEasy was motivated in large part by the communications interoperability problems that resulted from different branches of the military services having dissimilar non interoperable radio systems. This lack of communications interoperability can be directly linked to casualties in several conflicts. SpeakEasy had a very aggressive goal of implementing ten different radio waveforms in software on a single platform. The designers chose the fastest digital signal processor DSP available at the time, the Texas Instruments TMS320C4x TMS320C40 processor, which ran at 40 MHz. Since this was not enough processing power to implement all of the waveform processing, the system boards were designed to each support four C40s as well as some Field programmable gate array FPGAs . In 1994, Phase I was successfully demonstrated however it involved several hundred processors and filled the back of a truck. Moore s Law provides a doubling in speed every eighteen months, and since it had taken three years to build the system and write all of the software, two doublings had taken place. This seemed to indicate that the number of processors could be reduced by a factor ...   more details



  1. Pennisetum purpureum

    taxobox regnum Plantae image Elephant grass.jpg unranked divisio Angiosperms unranked classis Monocots unranked ordo Commelinids ordo Poales familia Poaceae tribus Paniceae genus Pennisetum species P. purpureum binomial Pennisetum purpureum binomial authority Schumach. 1827 Pennisetum purpureum Napier Grass or Uganda Grass is a species of Poaceae grass native to the tropical grassland s of Africa . It is a tall perennial plant , growing to convert 2 4.5 m ft tall, rarely up to convert 7.5 m ft , with leaf leaves convert 30 120 cm in long and convert 1 5 cm in broad. The name Elephant grass derives from it being a favourite food of elephant s. Cultivation Forage It has a very high productivity as a forage grass for livestock and wildlife. Biofuel It can be killed with a light layer of frost but is usually harvested before winter so it can be burnt in power plants. It has a very high productivity as a biofuel crop. Biological pest control It has been proposed as a countermeasure to the corn borer in North America , since it attracts and traps the Pest organism pest . ref Dr. Ricarda Steinbrecher, http www.parl.gc.ca 39 1 parlbus commbus senate Com e agri e 13eva e.htm?Language E&Parl 39&Ses 1&comm id 2 testimony to Canadian Senate Standing Committee on Agriculture and Forestry Agriculture and Forestry Committee of Senate of Canada , 5 December 2006 ref See Push pull technology Erosion control It was planted in Kenya on artificial terraces helping to stop erosion, according to John Seymour. Phytoremediation plant ABC Science reports that A team of Australian and Chinese scientists claims to have pioneered a method, using it as a Phytoremediation plant, to decontaminate polluted land and provide an ecologically renewable energy resource in the process. ref http www.abc.net.au science articles 2010 10 29 3050800.htm?site science&topic enviro Grass could turn toxic waste into energy ref References reflist http www.fao.org AG AGA AGAP FRG AFRIS Data 137.HTM FAO Animal Feed ...   more details



  1. Heinz Br�cher

    Heinz Br cher January 14, 1915, Darmstadt , Grand Duchy of Hesse December 17, 1991 was a member of special science unit SS Ahnenerbe ancestral heritage , PhD 1938, University of T bingen T bingen in botany . In June 1943, 28 year old Untersturmf hrer Second Lieutenant Br cher was tasked with an expedition to the Soviet Union. Hauptsturmf hrer Captain Konrad von Rauch and an interpreter identified as Steinbrecher were also involved in the expedition. Br cher is also known as the person who saved and preserved the significant part of scientific legacy of Nikolai Vavilov . In February 1945, Br cher was ordered to destroy the 18 research facilities that were being studied, to avoid their capture by advancing Soviet forces. He refused, and after the second world war Br cher emigrated to Argentina and received there in 1948 a professorship in genetics and botany at Universidad Nacional de Tucum n University of Tucum n San Miguel de Tucum n Tucum n , Argentina , then in Caracas Venezuela , Asunci n Paraguay and later in Mendoza and Buenos Aires Argentina . Br cher wrote a number of books on the history of grain 1950 , origin, evolution and domestication of tropical plants 1977 as well as the monograph http www.google.ca search?q Br C3 BCcher 2C Heinz. 1989. Useful plants of neotropical origin and their wild relatives. Springer Verlag 2C&start 0&ie utf 8&oe utf 8&client firefox a&rls org.mozilla en US official Useful plants of neotropical origin and their wild relatives 1989 . On the 17th December, 1991 he was killed on his farm Condorhuasi in the district Mendoza Argentina . His murder apparently occurred as a result of a burglary. However, some sources suggested that Br cher was working on a virus to combat the cocaine plant, and drug lords were implicated in his murder. Citation needed date November 2010 botanist Br cher Br cher External links en icon http www.ipgri.cgiar.org pgrnewsletter article.asp?id article 48&id issue 129 Instant appropriation Heinz Br cher and the ...   more details



  1. Sin With Sebastian

    Infobox musical artist See Wikipedia WikiProject Musicians name Sin with Sebastian image background solo singer birth name Sebastian Roth alias origin Neustadt an der Weinstra e , Germany instrument genre Eurodance occupation Singer, song writer years active 1992 present label Sing Sing, Lipstick Confusion Records associated acts website notable instruments Sebastian Roth also known as Sin with Sebastian is the Germans German musician singer songwriter . ref name British Hit Singles & Albums Sin With Sebastian came to prominence in 1995 with the Europe wide hit record hit , Shut Up and Sleep with Me , which made it up to record chart number one in Spain , Austria , Finland , and Mexico , and Top 40 Top 10 in most European countries. In addition it reached number 26 on the United States U.S. Billboard magazine Billboard Hot Dance Club Play record chart chart , number 44 in the UK Singles Chart ref name British Hit Singles & Albums cite book first David last Roberts year 2006 title British Hit Singles & Albums edition 19th publisher Guinness World Records Limited location London isbn 1 904994 10 5 page 501 ref . The single music single and following album , Golden Boy , were co record producer produced by Inga Humpe and Sebastian Roth. Musical career Sin with Sebastian released three singles and one album between 1995 and 1997. Sin with Sebastian reappeared in 2007 with a new line up adding guitarist Tom Steinbrecher to release a new single, Fuck You I am in Love . This release was followed by an album called Punk Pop EP in June 2008 and Punk Pop 2 EP in July 2010. Discography Singles Shut Up And Sleep with Me 1995 Shut Up And Sleep with Me Remixes 1996 Golden Boy 1996 He Belongs to Me 1997 small mit Marianne Rosenberg small Fuck You I Am in Love 2007 Fuck You I Am in Love Remixes 2007 That s All? I m Not Satisfied 2010 Wake Up 2011 small mit Dolly Buster small Alben Golden Boy 1995 Punk Pop EP 2008 Punk POP 2 EP 2010 References reflist External links http www.sinwith ...   more details



  1. Marianne (given name)

    Infobox given name name Marianne image Dante Gabriel Rossetti 004.jpg imagesize 200 caption Marianne is popular in part because it combines the names of the Virgin Mary and her mother Saint Anne , seen here depicted in a painting by Dante Gabriel Rossetti . gender female meaning Variant of Miriam or combination of Mary and Anne. region nickname origin Hebrew language Hebrew related names Mary, Anne, Mariamne, Marian, Miriam footnotes Marianne is a female name. It is the French language French version of Mariamne , which is a variant of Mary given name Mary , ultimately from the Hebrew Miriam , Mirjam Aramaic Mariam ref http www.behindthename.com php search.php?nmd n&terms marianne&submit Go Behind the Name . ref In the Bible the Hebrew language Hebrew name Mariamne is mentioned. In late Greek language Greek Marianna was used. In 18th century France Marianne became a popular name as a variant of Marian given name Marian , Marie given name Marie . It can also be seen as a combination of Marie and Anne . It gave inspiration to several double names such as Marie Anne , Anne Marie as well as other variants such as Anna Maria , Ana Maria and Marianna and alternate spellings Mary Ann and Mary Anne . The combination of the two names has also been popular with Christian s because Saint Anne is traditionally the name of the mother of the Virgin Mary . Famous Mariannes Marianne , symbol of France Marianne Berndt , shot putter and discus thrower Marianne Davies , musician Marianne Dickerson , long distance runner Marianne Ehrenstr m , artist Marianne Faithfull , singer Marianne Fredriksson , author Marianne Jean Baptiste , actress Marianne Limpert , swimmer Marianne L fgren , actor Marianne Muis , swimmer Marianne Steinbrecher , volleyball player Marianne Timmer , speed skater Marianne von Martines Marianne von Werefkin , painter Marianne Vos , road , track and cross cyclist Mariannes in fiction Marianne Dashwood , in Jane Austen s novel Sense and Sensibility . Marianne vi Brit ...   more details



  1. Nina Clifford

    Orphan date February 2009 From 1889 to 1929 when it was closed upon the owner s death , Nina Clifford ran a brothel under the streets of Saint Paul, Minnesota . She was the most famous Pimp madam in Minnesota history Fact date March 2007 , both because of her success and for the ingenuity she showed in attracting customers. A small cave complex was built underground, linking the prestigious and exclusive Minnesota Club with Ms. Clifford s secret brothel to allow her clients the privacy they required. Her real name was Hannah Crow and she was born in Canada of Irish immigrant parents. Her family moved to Detroit , Michigan where she married a man named Conrad Steinbrecher. Widowed in 1886 at the age of 35, she moved to St. Paul. Her brothel was neither secret nor in a cave. She had a beautiful red brick building on Washington Street which was then the sin district of St. Paul. The waiting area featured crystal chandeliers and Mumm s champagne was served. She ran the business personally until her death in 1929 at the age of 78. The house was destroyed in 1933, but its foundations were discovered and excavated by an archeological team when the new foundations were being dug for the Minnesota Science Museum. The infamous tunnel to the Minnesota Club is a persistent legend, but has never been proved. Nina died in Detroit while visiting family, and is buried there in Mount Elliott Cemetery . Ms. Clifford was memorialized in the 1980s with a play, and then a musical, about her antics. It was entitled Nina Madam to a Saintly City . External links http historictraveler.away.com primedia pol soc gangster stpaul1.html Gangster St. Paul bot generated title at historictraveler.away.com http www.rochestermn.com Mobsters in Minnesota story 218.html RochesterMN.com Circle of Parents bot generated title at www.rochestermn.com http www.fromsitetostory.org tcm 21ra0032wsrd 21ra0032wsrd.asp FSTS 21RA32 Washington Street Residential District bot generated title at www.fromsitetostory.or ...   more details



  1. Isoprene synthase

    enzyme Name Isoprene synthase EC number 4.2.3.27 CAS number IUBMB EC number 4 2 3 27 GO code image width caption Orphan date February 2009 In enzymology , an isoprene synthase EC number 4.2.3.27 is an enzyme that catalysis catalyzes the chemical reaction dimethylallyl diphosphate math rightleftharpoons math isoprene diphosphate Hence, this enzyme has one substrate biochemistry substrate , dimethylallyl diphosphate , and two product chemistry products , isoprene and diphosphate . This enzyme belongs to the family of lyase s, specifically those carbon oxygen lyases acting on phosphates. The systematic name of this enzyme class is dimethylallyl diphosphate diphosphate lyase isoprene forming . Other names in common use include ISPC , and ISPS . References reflist 1 cite journal author Silver GM, Fall R date 1991 title Enzymatic Synthesis of Isoprene from Dimethylallyl Diphosphate in Aspen Leaf Extracts journal Plant. Physiol. volume 97 pages 1588&ndash 1591 pmid 16668590 doi 10.1104 pp.97.4.1588 issue 4 pmc 1081206 cite journal author Silver GM, Fall R date 1995 title Characterization of aspen isoprene synthase, an enzyme responsible for leaf isoprene emission to the atmosphere journal J. Biol. Chem. volume 270 pages 13010&ndash 6 pmid 7768893 doi 10.1074 jbc.270.22.13010 issue 22 cite journal author Wildermuth MC, Fall R date 1996 title Light Dependent Isoprene Emission Characterization of a Thylakoid Bound Isoprene Synthase in Salix discolor Chloroplasts journal Plant. Physiol. volume 112 pages 171&ndash 182 pmid 12226383 issue 1 pmc 157936 cite journal author Schnitzler JP, Arenz R, Steinbrecher R and Lehming A date 1996 title Characterization of an isoprene synthase from leaves of Quercus petraea journal Bot. Acta volume 109 pages 216&ndash 221 cite journal author Miller B, Oschinski C, Zimmer W date 2001 title First isolation of an isoprene synthase gene from poplar and successful expression of the gene in Escherichia coli journal Planta. volume 213 pages 483&ndash ...   more details



  1. Rio de Janeiro V�lei Clube

    class infobox bordered cellpadding 4 style font size 90 width 250px style text align center vertical align middle font size medium color bgcolor Navy background color bgcolor blue colspan 2 center font color white size 4 Unilever V lei font center align center colspan 2 border 0 cellpadding 2 cellspacing 0 Deleted image removed Image Rexona 2007 Champion.jpeg 200px Official Name Rio de Janeiro V lei Clube City Rio de Janeiro Founded 2003 League Superliga Brasileira de Voleibol Superliga Feminina Coach Bernardo Rocha de Rezende Bernardo Rezende Stadium Gin sio do Maracan zinho Maracan zinho Website http www.unilevervolei.com.br Rio de Janeiro V lei Clube is a women s volleyball team, based in Rio de Janeiro , Rio de Janeiro state , Brazil . They were previously known as Rexona Ades , and are currently known as Unilever V le i. Team 2010 2011 class sortable wikitable bgcolor CCCCCC Name Height Position Danielle Lins 185 Setter Roberta Ratze 185 Setter Marianne Steinbrecher 188 Wing Spiker Amanda Campos 179 Wing Spiker Regiane Bidias 190 Wing Spiker Suelle Oliveira 186 Wing Spiker Valeska Menezes Valeskinha 180 Middle Blocker Wing Spiker Dani Oliveira 186 Middle Blocker Carol Gattaz 192 Middle Blocker Juciely da Silva 184 Middle Blocker Juliana Nogueira 190 Opposite Sheilla Castro 186 Opposite Fabiana de Oliveira 170 Libero Juliana Perdig o 160 Libero Notable players Francesca Piccinini Cha ne Staelens Tara Cross Battle Erna Brinkman Cintha Boersma Erika Coimbra Walewska Oliveira H lia Souza Fof o Fabiana Claudino Jaqueline Carvalho Welissa Gonzaga Sass Fabiana de Oliveira Valeska Menezes Valeskinha Thaisa Menezes Fernanda Venturini Leila Barros Virna Dias Titles Superliga Brasileira de Voleibol Superliga Winners 5 2005 2006, 2006 2007, 2007 2008, 2008 2009, 2010 2011. Women s Top Volley International Winners 2 2006, 2009 External links http www.unilevervolei.com.br Unilever V lei Official Page br Superliga Brasileira de Voleibol Feminino DEFAULTSORT Rio De Janeiro Vo ...   more details



  1. Robursport Volley Pesaro

    Robursport Volley Pesaro or Scavolini Pesaro, is an Italian volleyball club based in the city of Pesaro . The team won the last three Italian leagues 2007 2008, 2008 2009 and 2009 2010 . History The team was created in 1967. Since 2004 the team has been winning many competitions like CEV Cup, Italian National League, Italy s Supercup and Italy s Cup. Team 2010 2011 As of September 2010 bgcolor f7f8ff cellpadding 3 cellspacing 0 border 1 style font size 95 border gray solid 1px border collapse collapse bgcolor 009900 align center Number align center Player align center Position align center Height m align center Birth date align left 1 flagicon Croatia Senna Usi Outside Hitter 1.90 15 05 1986 align left 3 flagicon Italy Rossella Olivotto Middle Blocker 1.84 27 04 1991 align left 5 flagicon Italy Francesca Mari Setter 1.82 30 03 1983 align left 7 flagicon Italy Monnica De Gennaro Libero 1.73 08 01 1987 align left 8 flagicon Italy Laura Saccomani Outside Hitter 1.91 08 10 1991 align left 9 flagicon Italy Elisa Manzano Middle Blocker 1.87 18 01 1985 align left 10 flagicon Italy Francesca Ferretti Setter 1.80 15 02 1984 align left 11 flagicon Italy Martina Boscoscuro Libero 1.65 02 09 1988 align left 12 flagicon Netherlands Manon Flier Opposite 1.92 08 02 1984 align left 13 flagicon Croatia Marija Usi Outside Hitter 1.84 05 02 1992 align left 14 flagicon Italy Martina Guiggi Middle Blocker 1.83 01 05 1984 align left 16 flagicon Italy Giulia Pascutti Outside Hitter 1.88 29 09 1993 align left 17 flagicon Azerbaijan Natavan Gasimova Setter 1.78 08 07 1985 align left 18 flagicon USA Destinee Hooker Outside Hitter 1.93 07 10 1987 align left Coach flagicon Italy Paolo Tofoli Notable players Flagicon BRA Sheilla Castro 2004 2008 Flagicon BRA Marianne Steinbrecher 2006 2008 Flagicon BRA Jaqueline Carvalho 2008 2009 Flagicon ITA Antonella Del Core 2003 2006 Flagicon ITA Nadia Centoni 2003 2005 Flagicon ITA Simona Rinieri 2004 2006 Flagicon ITA Carolina Costagrande 2005 2010 Fla ...   more details



  1. Macedonia national cricket team

    Nikola Horwatovic Jeremy Steeley Bob Steinbrecher Jameel Ahamed Prasun Sinha Somesh Kunnathuparambil ...   more details



  1. Piding

    Bender, Sabine Wolf, Gerhard Rotter, Werner Seichter, Johann Steinbrecher, Johann Utz, Hogger ...   more details



  1. Jason Epstein

    File Jason Epstein 2 NBCC 2011 Shankbone.jpg thumb Epstein announcing the 2010 National Book Critics Circle s Ivan Sandrof award for lifetime achievement Epstein won the award in 2001. Jason Epstein born January 26, 1928 is an United States American editor and publisher. A 1949 graduate of Columbia College of Columbia University , Epstein was hired by Bennett Cerf at Random House , where he was the editorial director for forty years. He was responsible for the Vintage paperbacks, which published such authors as Norman Mailer , David Rudomin, Vladimir Nabokov , E. L. Doctorow , Adam Steinbrecher, Gore Vidal , Itai Guttman, and Philip Roth . In 1952, while an editor at Doubleday publisher Doubleday , he created the Anchor Books imprint. This was the first of the trade paperback formats, a format which has consistently remained profitable and popular since that time. In 1963, during the New York City newspaper strike, he co founded The New York Review of Books , with his then wife, Barbara Epstein , Elizabeth Hardwick writer Elizabeth Hardwick and Robert Lowell . He wrote a book entitled Book Business Publishing Past, Present, and Future . In 1979, he and his brother, Zach Epstein were the co founders of the Library of America which was intended to market archival quality editions of American classic literature. The first volumes were published in 1982, and the company now prints about 250,000 volumes per year. He has been the recipient of the first National Book Award for Distinguished Service to American Letters and the Curtis Benjamin Award of the Association of American Publishers for inventing new kinds of publishing and editing and The Lifetime Achievement Award of the National Book Critic s Circle. In 1993, Epstein married Judith Miller journalist Judith Miller , a journalist who wrote for The New York Times . He created a residence in the former New York City Police Department NYC Police Headquarters in SoHo , which was decorated by Robert Denning of Denning & ...   more details



  1. Walker?Warburg syndrome

    Infobox disease Name Walker Warburg syndrome Image Caption DiseasesDB 29495 ICD10 ICD9 ICDO OMIM 236670 MedlinePlus eMedicineSubj eMedicineTopic MeshID Walker Warburg syndrome WWS , also called Warburg syndrome , Chemke syndrome , HARD syndrome Hydrocephalus, Agyria and Retinal Dysplasia , Pagon syndrome , cerebroocular dysgenesis COD or cerebroocular dysplasia muscular dystrophy syndrome COD MD , ref name omim OMIM 236670 ref is a rare form of autosome autosomal dominance genetics recessive congenital disorder congenital muscular dystrophy . ref name pmid16887026 cite journal author Vajsar J, Schachter H title Walker Warburg syndrome journal Orphanet J Rare Dis volume 1 issue pages 29 year 2006 pmid 16887026 pmc 1553431 doi 10.1186 1750 1172 1 29 url http www.ojrd.com content 1 29 ref It is associated with brain lissencephaly , hydrocephalus , cerebellar malformations and human eye eye abnormalities. This condition has a worldwide distribution. The overall incidence is unknown but a survey in North eastern Italy has reported an incidence rate of 1.2 per 100,000 live births. It is the most severe form of congenital muscular dystrophy with most children dying before the age of three years. Characteristics The clinical manifestations present at birth are generalized hypotonia , muscle weakness, developmental delay with mental retardation and occasional seizures . The congenital muscular dystrophy is characterized by hypoglycosylation of dystroglycan. Cause and Genetics Image Autorecessive.svg thumb right Walker Warburg syndrome has an autosomal recessive pattern of inheritance. Several genes have been implicated in the etiology of Walker Warburg syndrome, ref name pmid12369018 cite journal author Beltr n Valero de Bernab D, Currier S, Steinbrecher A, et al. title Mutations in the O mannosyltransferase gene POMT1 give rise to the severe neuronal migration disorder Walker Warburg syndrome journal Am. J. Hum. Genet. volume 71 issue 5 pages 1033 43 year 2002 month Nove ...   more details



  1. Free State of Schaumburg-Lippe

    Konrad Wippermann 22 May 1922 28 May 1925 Erich Steinbrecher SPD 28 May 1925 7 October 1927 Heinrich ...   more details



  1. Quantile function

    given and solved. ref cite journal author Steinbrecher, G., Shaw, W.T. year 2008 title Quantile mechanics .... From this solutions of arbitrarily high accuracy may be developed see Steinbrecher and Shaw, 2008 ... has been elucidated by Steinbrecher and Shaw 2008 . Such solutions provide accurate benchmarks, and in the case ...   more details



  1. 2006 Women's Pan-American Volleyball Cup

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  1. 2009 FIVB World Grand Prix squads

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