Horace Tabberer Brown

Horace Tabberer Brown (20 July 1848 – 6 February 1925) was a British chemist. He was born after the death of his biological father so his stepfather was the only father he knew. The stepfather was a banker and amateur naturalist which led to Brown’s interest in science, which began around age 12. His younger half brother was Adrian John Brown

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He started work at the Worthington Brewery in 1866. His focus was to solve practical brewing problems by employing and developing fundamental scientific principles. His research work considered barley germination, beer microbiology, water composition, oxygen and fermentation, beer haze formation, wort composition and beer analysis.
A true polymath, he left his mark on virtually all areas of science as applied to brewing, in a career which lasted over 50 years. His earliest work concerned treatment of sewage and analyses of the Burton waters. Later he took up study of geology, being led to it by pressing requirements in connection with the water supply of Burton. This entailed a good deal of field surveying, which was embodied in a paper on the Permian Rocks of the Leicestershire Coalfield.
He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1889. From 1890 onward studied the assimilation of Carbon dioxide in plants bogner ski jackets. He also established the Guinness Research Laboratory in Dublin in 1901.
He was awarded the Longstaff Medal of the Chemical Society in 1894, a Royal Medal of the Royal Society in 1903 and the Copley Medal in 1920.
The Institute of Brewing and Distilling awards the Horace Brown Medal to eminent scientist every three years. The winner is invited to give a lecture

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1988 Metro Manila Film Festival

The 14th Metro Manila Film Festival was held in 1988.
An unheralded and obscure movie, Patrolman was named the Best Picture in the 1988 Metro Manila Film Festival. The lead star, once unknown stuntman-actor Baldo Marro won the Best Actor award for his role as a dedicated policeman edging out the favored Christopher de Leon. Amy Austria won the Best Actress award for her convincing performance of a woman who led a life of crime in Bubbles: Ativan Gang. Other awardees include Best Director for Laurice Guillen, Best Supporting Actor for Dick Israel and Best Supporting Actress for Jacklyn Jose among others

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FPJ Productions’ Agila ng Maynila was the festival’s top grosser. Only six entries participated in the 10-day film festival.

Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.
The following films received one or multiple awards:
During the award-giving ceremony, stuntman and character actor-turned-filmmaker Baldo Marro won the Best Actor for Patrolman film, which also won him the Best Director award. In fact, he was not known before this bogner sale. He bested prizewinning director Chito Roño of Itanong Mo Sa Buwan in the division, sending uproar from well-meaning critics and regular local film observers. Nevertheless, the announced Best Director award goes to Laurice Guillen.

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Trongsa

Trongsa, previously Tongsa (Dzongkha: ཀྲོང་གསར་ bogner ski outlet, Wylie: krong gsar), is a town and capital of Trongsa District in central Bhutan. The name means ”new village” in Dzongkha. The first temple was built in 1543 by the Drukpa lama Ngagi Wangchuk, who was the great-grandfather of Ngawang Namgyal, Zhabdrung Rinpoche, the unifier of Bhutan.
Chökhor Raptse Dzong at Trongsa which was built in 1644, used to be the seat of power of the Wangchuck dynasty before it became rulers of Bhutan in 1907. Traditionally the King of Bhutan first becomes the Trongsa Penlop (governor) before being named Crown Prince and eventually King. Built on a mountain spur high above the gorges of the Mangde Chhu, the dzong controlled east-west trade for centuries. The only road connecting eastern and western Bhutan (the precursor to the modern Lateral Road), passed through the courtyard of the dzong. At the command of the penlop the massive doors could be shut, dividing the country in two.
Higher yet on the mountainside is a watchtower, called ”Ta Dzong”(watch tower), to guard the dzong from enemies.
Highway to Sarpang just east of the town
Trongsa town medical centre
Trongsa Dzong from above to the west of the town
Coordinates: 27°31′N 90°30′E / 27.517°N 90.500°E / 27.517; 90.500

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Catfield Fen Reserve

Catfield Fen is a wetland nature reserve near Ludham in the county of Norfolk, England. Butterfly Conservation owns and manages part of this reserve. Part of the Ant Broads & Marshes National Nature Reserve, the Butterfly Conservation part of the site comprises 59 acres (24 ha). The remainder is owned privately by the Catfield Hall Estate.
Catfield fen is well known amongst Broadland ecologists as one of the most important areas of fen in the United Kingdom. The wide variety of plant communities support many rare species. The site is especially important for invertebrates

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, with an internationally important aquatic beetle assemblage including many Red Data book species. Other rare invertebrates include the Swallowtail butterfly, the lesser water measurer, small dotted footman moth and Fenn’s wainscot moth.
Catfield fen also has important populations of many rare plants, of particular note are the fen orchid, the round leaved wintergreen bogner online, crested buckler fern and milk parsley. The latter being the foodplant of the Swallowtail butterfly.
Catfield fen has appeared in local media in 2013 and 2014 due to concerns that the site may be being affected by local agricultural water abstraction. There are two abstraction licenses up for renewal in 2014 which are being considered by The Environment Agency. Site managers, local ecologist, the Broads Authority and Natural England have all raised concern that the hydrological modelling carried out by The Environment Agency is insufficient to conclude that it will have no significant effect on the integrity of the site.
For safety reasons, the nature reserve is not open to the public, but it can be viewed from the footpath at the end of Fenside lane, Catfield.
Coordinates: 52°44′12″N 1°30′31″E / 52.7368°N 1.5085°E / 52.7368; 1.5085

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Martyn Bernard

Martyn John Bernard (ur. 15 grudnia 1984 w Wakefield) – brytyjski lekkoatleta specjalizujący się w skoku wzwyż.
Na początku swojej kariery zajął 10. miejsce w mistrzostwach globu juniorów (2002) oraz 12. pozycję na juniorskim czempionacie Europy (2003). W 2005 po zajęciu jedenastego miejsca w młodzieżowych mistrzostwach Europy zdobył brązowy medal uniwersjady kurtki bogner. Na początku 2006 roku sięgnął w Melbourne po srebrny krążek igrzysk Wspólnoty Narodów. Bez powodzenia startował latem 2006 w mistrzostwach Europy. Podczas rozgrywanych w Birmingham halowego czempionatu Starego Kontynentu wywalczył brązowy medal. W sezonie letnim był piąty na uniwersjadzie oraz czternasty na mistrzostwach świata. Startował w finale igrzysk olimpijskich w Pekinie, w którym zajął dziewiątą lokatę (2008). W 2010 zdobył brązowy medal mistrzostw Europy, był trzeci w zawodach o puchar interkontynentalny oraz nie awansował do finału na igrzyskach Wspólnoty Narodów. Dwukrotny halowy mistrz Wielkiej Brytanii (2006 kurtki bogner, 2007) oraz trzykrotny mistrz Wielkiej Brytanii na stadionie (2006, 2007, 2010).
Rekordy życiowe: stadion – 2,30 (29 czerwca 2008, Eberstadt); hala – 2,30 (3 marca 2007, Birmingham).

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Fairmont San Francisco

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The Fairmont San Francisco is a luxury hotel at 950 Mason Street, atop Nob Hill in San Francisco, California. The hotel was named after mining magnate and U.S. Senator James Graham Fair (1831–94), by his daughters, Theresa Fair Oelrichs and Virginia Fair Vanderbilt, who built the hotel in his honor. The hotel was the vanguard of the Fairmont Hotels and Resorts chain. The group is now owned by Fairmont Raffles Hotels International, but all the original Fairmont hotels still keep their names. As of July 2014, room rates begin at $409 per night.
It has been featured in many films bogner online, including The Rock. Exterior and interior shots of the hotel were used as stand-ins for the fictional St. Gregory Hotel in the television series Hotel.
The Fairmont San Francisco was added to the National Register of Historic Places (#02000373) on 17 April 2002. It is a member of Historic Hotels of America, the official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

The hotel was nearly completed before the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Although the structure survived, the interior was heavily damaged by fire, and opening was delayed until 1907. Architect and engineer Julia Morgan was hired to repair the building because of her then innovative use of reinforced concrete, which could produce buildings capable of withstanding earthquakes and other disasters.
In 1945, the Fairmont hosted international statesmen for meetings which culminated in the creation of the United Nations. The United Nations Charter was drafted in the hotel’s Garden Room and a plaque at the hotel memorializes the event.
Among the hotel’s attractions is the Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar, a historic tiki bar, which opened in 1945 and was remodeled in 1952, and 1967. Elements of the bar were also ”updated” in 2009. It features a bandstand on a barge that floats in a former swimming pool, a dining area built from parts of an old sailing ship, and artificial thunderstorms. In January 2009, the owners announced plans to close the Tonga Room in connection with a renovation and condo conversion of the hotel. In response

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, a group planned to file an application to make the Tonga Room an official San Francisco landmark. The plans were delayed and Tonga Room is still open today (despite many rumors of its temporary closure).
On May 9, 2012, funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management, L.P bogner jas. and Woodridge Capital Partners LLC, a Los Angeles-based real estate developer and investor, bought the property for 200 million dollars. They acquired the Mark Hopkins Hotel across the street in 2014.
The hotel was sold again on November 30, 2015 to the South Korean Mirae Asset Global Investments group for $450 million.
The Venetian Room at the Fairmont Hotel was where Tony Bennett first sang ”I Left My Heart in San Francisco” in December 1961.
The Fairmont Hotel was used in the establishing shots for the fictional St. Gregory Hotel in the 1983 television series Hotel. The hotel on which the original novel was based is now The Fairmont New Orleans.
The Fairmont is mentioned in the 1989 novel by John Weir The Irreversible Decline of Eddie Socket where the mother of the eponymous character suggests to her son:
The Fairmont Hotel is also used by James Bond (007) in the John Gardner novel Brokenclaw published in 1990. The hotel is mentioned on page 16 in Chapter 3.
August, 1964

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Miller Symphony Hall

The historic, 1200-seat Miller Symphony Hall, formerly known as the Allentown Symphony Hall, is the premier performing arts facility in Allentown, the largest city in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley.

The Mission of the Allentown Symphony Association is ”to provide a first-class symphony orchestra and Hall, quality performing arts, and cultural education in partnership with the community.”
The theater maintains a full production schedule of non-orchestral performances, including the new Symphony Hall Pops Series, Jazz Cabaret Series, Backstage Chamber Series, Musical Treasure Chest series for small children and their families, and a variety of Special Events.
In addition to the Allentown Symphony Orchestra, Miller Symphony Hall also serves as home to the Pennsylvania Sinfonia, Community Concerts of Allentown, the Allentown Band, the Community Music School of the Lehigh Valley and the annual Nutcracker performance of Repertory Dance Theatre.
Miller Symphony Hall’s heritage dates back to 1817 when Northampton Town got its first farmer’s market on Center Square. It was a wood and stone building. In 1848 that building was consumed by fire when most of the Allentown Central Business District burned down. It was rebuilt in 1859 at the corner of Church Street and Linden. In the mid 1890s, a new Central Market was built at the northeast corner of Sixth and Court Streets. However, it was not successful economically. By the late 1890s concerts were being held there and in 1899, the structure was converted to a theater by the firm of J.B. McElfatrick. The Lyric was designed as a legitimate theater for plays. Its name came about as the result of a contest, a five dollar gold piece being offered for the best choice.
The Lyric opened with a comic opera production based on the life of 18th century Prussian King Frederick the Great. The theater offered vaudeville, operas, plays, dramatic skits, minstrel shows, films and concerts, and also became one of the leading burlesque halls in the United States. On December 1, 1910, French stage actress Sarah Bernhardt made a one-night appearance at the Lyric. In 1912, it was the site of speeches by Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson and Booker T. Washington.
During World War I, Allentown was the home of a large Army training camp, Camp Crane, where thousands of recruits were indoctrinated into the military as ambulance drivers before being sent overseas to France. The Lyric, although primarily a stage theater, was adapted to show silent films to entertain the troops that came into the city for recreation. Oliver ”Ollie” Gernert, the treasurer of the Lyric, took note that when the Lyric showed a movie, it was packed with soldiers, but when it presented a stage play, many seats were empty. Gernert believed that a cinema-only theater would be extremely profitable, and if it owned by someone who worked for the Lyric, there would be no conflict of interest as the Lyric could continue to present stage shows. The Orpheum Theater, located next to the Lyric at Sixth and Linden, was primarily a vaudeville theater. It was decided to construct a new cinema-only theater and return the Lyric to a stage theater only. The cinema, known as ”The Stand” was erected during the summer of 1917 on North Eighth Street, and it opened to a full auditorium on 8 October of that year.
By the early 1920s the Lyric was renovated and sported a new neo-classical facade, done by Allentown’s first Jewish architect, David Levy, and had become one of the nation’s leading “tryout” theaters, a place where new stage shows appeared before being taken to Broadway. The Marx Brothers debuted the musical revue I’ll Say She Is at the Lyric in 1923. The show would go on for a long run in Philadelphia, and became a hit on Broadway. In 1926 the Lyric stepped briefly into an international spotlight when it became the first theater in America to show “Ashes of Love,” a play written by a titled English lady, Vera Countess of Cathcart, whose scandalous divorce led to her briefly being kept out of the U.S. on grounds of “moral turpitude.
With the advent of the Great Depression, the fortunes of the theater seriously declined. The number of new plays on the traveling theater tryout circuit was reduced dramatically. There were not enough plays to keep the theater running full time. Empty seats in thee theater and an increasing number of nights without a show to present forced the theater managers to book other sorts of entertainment unlike those they had run before. As a result, Boxing matches and appearances by marginal entertainers such as Busty Russell and Ding Dong Bell, that suggested their talents were more physical than strictly theatrical bogner ski outlet, were considered all it was good for. Prize fights and burlesque strip shows may not have been the most decorous forms of entertainment, but they “filled the hall,” as the saying went, and paid the rent. However, by the end of World War II, it seemed that the Lyric Theater had its best days behind it.
In the late 1940s, the Lyric became the home of the Allentown Symphony Orchestra and the Allentown Community Concert Association. About 4,000 to 5,000 local concertgoers attended concerts at the Lyric from 1945 to 1952. In addition to the Symphony concerts, burlesque shows kept bringing in the crowds. The seemingly incongruous relationship was profiled in Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine. “There they have burlesque every Saturday night — in Symphony Hall. … It’s doubtless the only symphony in the country that is partly supported by burlesque.”
However, by the late 1950s, the Lyric was losing money and its owners, I. Hirst Enterprises bogner ski jacket 2016, Inc. planned to close the theater and sell the property. Park & Shop Enterprises

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, an Allentown Parking lot firm which had purchased the adjacent State (formerly the Orpheum) theater in 1953 and tore it down, converting the land into parking space for shoppers going to the Retail District of Allentown on Hamilton Street. Seeing the Lyric was for sale, they approached Hirst Enterprises to buy the Lyric. However, just before the sale to Park & Shop was confirmed, Donald and Sam Miller, the owners of the Morning Call Newspaper, offered Hirst Enterprises to buy the theater. The Millers put together a plan on June 2d, 1959 to the Allentown Symphony Association to purchase the building for the orchestra as a dedicated concert hall. Financing was secured and approved with the First National Bank of Allentown for the purchase. The Lyric Theater was purchased on July 14, 1959. Later, the building was renamed Allentown Symphony Hall.
With the purchace of the theater by the Millers, the burlesque shows at the Lyric ended. Allentown Symphony Hall became primarily a venue for classical music concerts and stage play productions. It is also used by the Allentown School District for its student classical music students and also for other events such as ballet and Jazz shows.
In 1987, the symphony association, stuck with a deteriorating building and a hefty debt, set a course for the restoration of the one-time burlesque house by undertaking its own fund-raising program and forgoing an offer to sell the building. A fund-raising effort resulted in $10 million dollars being raised by the Allentown Symphony Association from public and private sources to improve the Hall. Restoration and renovation at Symphony Hall began in 1991 and in 2006, the renovation project was completed that repaired the exterior and roof, upgraded patron seating and lobby areas, created rehearsal, office and reception spaces, and added an entire wing with new lobby, teaching and dressing room spaces. In addition, the renovation project completed an upgrade of the Symphony Hall stage and constructed a new acoustical shell. A second phase of renovations, paid for as part of its $6 million 60th anniversary fundraising campaign held in 2011 replaced and reinforced the main stage floor and added doors between the inner lobby and the theater. Ongoing renovations will replace seating on the third-level balcony and improve and modernize the backstage area and lighting.
In recognition and appreciation for the Miller family, November 10, 2012, the Board of the Allentown Symphony Association changed the name to Miller Symphony Hall.
Coordinates: 40°36′14″N 75°28′11″W / 40.603753°N 75.46971°W / 40.603753; -75.46971

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Nokes v Doncaster Amalgamated Collieries Ltd

Nokes v Doncaster Amalgamated Collieries Ltd AC 1014 is a UK labour law case concerning the common law position before the Business Transfers Directive 2001 and TUPER 2006 and deciding that a change in employer could not result in a burden being placed on an employee without his consent.

Mr Nokes had worked for the Hickleton Main Co Ltd until 4 June 1937, when the Chancery Court gave an order for the business to be transferred under the Companies Act 1929, section 154(1), on arrangements and reconstructions to Doncaster Amalgamated Collieries Ltd. Mr Nokes was absent and would be liable to pay damages to the new business under the Employers and Workmen Act 1875, section 4, if he had a service contract with the company. He denied this, but the Divisional Court and the Court of Appeal ordered him to pay 15s (75p) in damages and 10s (50p) in costs Free People Dress Lace. He appealed to the House of Lords.
The House of Lords held, by a majority, that Mr Nokes did not have to pay the fee because his employment could not be transferred without his consent. Viscount Simon LC said that it is ‘a fundamental principle of our common law… that a free citizen, in the exercise of his freedom, is entitled to choose the employer whom he promises to serve, so that the right to his services cannot be transferred from one employer to another without his assent’. Lord Atkin vigorously denied that EWA 1875 could result in a fine for the worker, going so far as to say he regarded any automatic transfer rule would be ‘tainted with oppression and confiscation’. He wrote the following.
It is said that one company does not differ from another: and why should not a benevolent judge of the Chancery Division transfer the services of a workman to another admirable employer just as good and perhaps better. The answer is two-fold. The first is that however excellent the new master may be it is hitherto the servant who has the choosing of him, and not a judge. The second is that it is a complete mistake in my experience to suppose that people, whether they are servants or landlords or authors do not attach importance to the identity of the particular company with which they deal. It would possibly hurt the feelings of financial gentlemen with large organizing powers and ambitions to know how strongly some people feel about big combinations, and especially amalgamations of small trading concerns. But it is said how unreasonable this is: for the big company can buy the majority of the shares in the old company: replace the directors and managers: change the policy and produce the same result Bogner Jacket online shop. Be it so: but the result is not the same: the identity of the company is preserved: and in any case the individual concerned, while he must be prepared to run the one risk, is entitled to say that he is not obliged to run the other. The truth is that this argument was tried out and repelled over forty years ago by Stirling J in Griffith v Tower Publishing Co 1 Ch 21, where an author was held justified in refusing to allow his contract to be transferred to another company. The judgment is very apposite to the present case.
Lord Thankerton and Lord Porter concurred.
Lord Romer dissented.

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Weltcupfinale 2014 (Spring- und Dressurreiten)

Das Weltcupfinale 2014 im Spring- und Dressurreiten war das Finale der Weltcupserien in zwei Pferdesportdisziplinen. Es wurde vom 17. April bis zum 21. April 2014 in der Eurexpo in Lyon durchgeführt.

Das alljährlich Ende Oktober / Anfang November stattfindende Hallen-Reitturnier Equita’ Lyon ist seit 2006 als CSI 5*-Turnier ausgeschrieben. Zwei Jahre später wurde das Turnier um international ausgeschriebene Dressurprüfungen (CDI 5*) erweitert. Seit dem Turnier des Jahres 2009 finden hier Weltcupprüfungen der Westeuropaligen im Spring- und im Dressurreiten statt, im selben Jahr wurde das Turnierprogramm zudem um internationale Reining-Prüfungen erweitert.
Vom 30. Oktober bis zum 3. November 2013 wurde Equita’ Lyon abweichend als CSI 5*-, CDI 4*- und CRI 3*-A-Turnier ausgetragen. Im April 2014 wurde im Lyon nun erstmals das Weltcupfinale im Dressurreiten und im Springreiten durchgeführt.
Das Weltcupfinale in Lyon war das höchstdotierte Weltcupfinale seit Einführung der Weltcups im Pferdesport. Insgesamt belief sich das Preisgeld des Turniers auf über 1,7 Millionen Euro.
Beim Finale Springreiter, dessen Titelsponsor erstmals Longines (an Stelle von Rolex in den Vorjahren) war, war mit rund 1,3 Millionen Euro dotiert, zudem konnten die Springreiter weitere 218.000 Euro in den CSI 2* und 3*-Rahmenprüfungen gewinnen. Das Preisgeld der Finalprüfungen der von der Modedesignerin Reem Acra gesponserten Dressur-Weltcupserie betrug (unverändert zum Vorjahr) 250.000 Euro.
Am Nachmittag des Karsamstags (19. April) wurde der Grand Prix ausgetragen. Hierbei handelte es sich um die Einlaufprüfung des Weltcupfinals, diese war jedoch für alle teilnehmenden Dressurreiter verpflichtend.
In der Prüfung waren nur 17 Reiter am Start: die dänische Reiterin Nanna Skodborg Merrald musste das Weltcupfinale bereits vor der ersten Prüfung beenden, da ihr Pferd Millibar die veterinärmedizinische Untersuchung nicht bestand.
Wie erwartet siegten im Grand Prix Charlotte Dujardin und Valegro. Mit einem Ergebnis von 87,129 Prozent übertrafen sie ihren bisherigen Weltrekord von 85,942 Prozent nochmals deutlich.
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Einen Tag nach dem Grand Prix, am Nachmittag des 20. Aprils, wurde die Grand Prix Kür ausgetragen. Bei dieser Prüfung handelte es sich um die Finalprüfung des Dressur-Weltcupfinals.
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Den Mittelpunkt des Programms der Springreiter bilden die drei Wertungsprüfungen des Weltcupfinals. Zudem findet ein Rahmenturnier statt, das als CSI 3* und als CSI 2* ausgeschrieben ist. Höhepunkt des Rahmenturniers ist der Große Preis der Airbus Group am Samstagabend.
° Zusatzreiter: Soweit ein Reiter seinen Wohnsitz in einem anderen Staat als seinem Heimatland hat, kann er in der Liga dieses Landes teilnehmen und wird zunächst auch für diese Liga gewertet. Soweit er sich anhand des Reglements dieser Liga für das Weltcupfinale qualifiziert, zählt er als zusätzlicher Teilnehmer nicht für die (begrenzte) Startplatzanzahl dieser Liga.
Am Abend des Karfreitags (18. April), ab 20 Uhr, fand die erste Teilprüfung des Weltcupfinales der Springreiter statt. Die Teilnehmer traten hierbei in einer Zeitspringprüfung an. Das Ergebnis wird, wie im Artikel FEI-Weltcup Springreiten erläutert, in Strafpunkte umgerechnet.
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Am 19. April, ebenfalls ab 20 Uhr, wurde die zweite Prüfung des Weltcupfinals durchgeführt. Hierbei handelte es sich um eine Springprüfung mit einmaligem Stechen.
In der ersten Wertungsprüfung war Andrius Petrovas ausgeschieden, Abdullah Sharbatly ging nach seinem 39. Platz in der ersten Prüfung nicht mehr an den Start. Damit waren in der zweiten Teilprüfung nur noch 38 Pferd-Reiter-Paare am Start.
Nach den ersten drei Ritten der Prüfung kam es zu Unstimmigkeiten zwischen dem Parcoursbauer Frank Rothenberger und den Richtern billig Puma Fußballschuhe Steckdose 2016, ob die erlaubte Zeit herabgesetzt werden solle. Die Richter entschieden sich dagegen, aufgrund der guten Bedingungen und des starken Starterfeldes kam es zu einer hohen Zahl fehlerfreier Ritte: im Normalumlauf blieben 21 Starterpaare fehlerfrei, von denen elf im Stechen nochmals ohne Fehler blieben.
Nach den ersten beiden Teilprüfungen werden die erreichten Punkte der Teilnehmer zusammengerechnet. Anschließend werden diese Wertungspunkte in Fehlerpunkte umgerechnet.
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Den Abschluss des Springreiter-Weltcupfinals bildete die dritte Teilprüfung, eine Springprüfung mit zwei unterschiedlichen Umläufen. Die Prüfung fand am Ostermontag (21. April) ab 14 Uhr statt. Sie wurde nicht gegen die Zeit geritten, eine erlaubte Zeit war jedoch vorgesehen.
In der Zwischenwertung lagen vor der dritten Teilprüfung Steve Guerdat und Patrice Delaveau gleichauf auf dem ersten Rang. Am Morgen vor der Prüfung ging jedoch Delaveaus Wallach Lacrimoso lahm, so dass für ihn eine weitere Teilnahme nicht in Betracht kam.
Am ersten Umlauf dieser am Sonntagnachmittag ausgetragenen Prüfung durften nur noch die 30 bestplatzierten Reiter aus den ersten zwei Teilprüfungen teilnehmen, für den zweiten Umlauf qualifizierten sich dann die besten 20 Starterpaare des ersten Umlaufs. Steve Guerdat musste in beiden Umläufen der Prüfung je vier Strafpunkte hinnehmen und rutschte damit auf den fünften Rang der Gesamtwertung ab. Dem bisher Zweitplatzierten Daniel Deußer gelangen mit seinem Hengst Cornet D’Amour zwei weitere fehlerfreie Runden, was ihm den Weltcupfinalsieg einbrachte. Mit ebenfalls zwei Nullrunden sicherte sich Ludger Beerbaum (der sich als letzter Nachrücker überhaupt für das Weltcupfinale qualifiziert hatte) den zweiten Platz der Finalwertung.
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Außerhalb der Weltcupwertung wurde ein Rahmenturnier durchgeführt. Dieses war in zwei Prüfungstouren geteilt, ein CSI 2* und ein CSI 3* mit jeweils einem Großen Preis zum Abschluss.
Den Höhepunkt des Rahmenturniers bildete am Sonntagabend der Große Preis der Airbus Group, der mit 100.000 Euro dotiert war. Diese Prüfung war als Springprüfung mit einmaligem Stechen mit Hindernissen bis zu einer Höhe von 1,60 Meter ausgeschrieben Neueste Bogner Skijacken Online Shop.
Neben seinem zweiten Platz in der Weltcupfinalwertung sicherte sich Ludger Beerbaum mit Chaman den Sieg im CSI 3*-Großen Preis. Bereits beim Weltcupfinale des Vorjahres in Göteborg hatten Beerbaum und sein Hengst Chaman den Großen Preis des Rahmenturniers gewonnen.
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Der zweite Große Preis des Rahmenturniers wurde am Montagmorgen ab 9:30 Uhr durchgeführt. Der Große Preis des CSI 2* wurde vom Sattelfabrikanten CWD gesponsert und verfügte über eine Dotierung von rund 24.000 Euro. Es handelte sich um eine Springprüfung mit einmaligem Stechen mit Hindernissen bis zu einer Höhe von 1,45 Meter.
Das Starterfeld des CSI 2*-Turniers bestand hauptsächlich aus französischen Reitern, diese dominierten auch den Großen Preis.
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Kawasaki T-4

Кавасаки T-4 (яп. 川崎 T-4?, англ. Kawasaki T-4) — японский дозвуковой учебно-тренировочный самолёт, разработанный компанией «Кавасаки» для Воздушных сил самообороны Японии.
Первый полёт прототип XT-4 совершил 29 июля 1985 года. Поставки в Воздушные силы Японии начались в 1988 году. На T-4 летает японская пилотажная группа Blue Impulse.

4 сентября 1981 года компания «Кавасаки» была выбрана министерством обороны Японии разработчиком нового учебно-тренировочного самолёта по программе MT-X bogner москва. Новый самолёт предназначался для замены Lockheed T-33A и Fuji T-1. Проект базировался на разработанном инженером Коки Исодзаки (яп. 磯崎 弘毅) самолёте KA-851. Проектирование нового УТС было завершено к октябрю 1982 года. Строительство первого прототипа началось в апреле 1984 года, а первый полёт прототип XT-4 (№ 56-5601) совершил 29 июля 1985 года. Всего было заказано четыре прототипа, которые были поставлены в течение декабря 1985 — июля 1986 годов.
Производство самолёта началось в 1986 финансовом году. Первый серийный T-4 совершил первый полёт 28 июня 1988 года. Первый самолёт в Воздушные силы самооброны был поставлен 20 сентября 1988 года. В производстве T-4 также участвовали компании «Мицубиси» и «Фудзи», имевшие по 30 % доли. Производство самолёта завершилось в марте 2003 года.
Всего к сентябрю 2000 года было заказано 212 самолётов, включая прототипы, последний из которых был поставлен в марте 2003 года. Большая часть самолётов поступила на вооружение 31 и 32 учебных эскадрилий 1 авиакрыла, базирующегося на авиабазе Хамамацу рядом с Токио. Пилотажная группа Blue Impulse (11-я эскадрилья 4-го авиакрыла) получила первый самолёт в 1994 году. Группа использует 9 самолётов T-4.
Источник данных: Jane’s, 2004.
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