Synonyms for cassen or Related words with cassen
Examples of "cassen"
In April 2013, he was convicted by a French court for libelling journalist Bernard
(born 2 November 1937 in Paris) is a French journalist.
The community derives its name from one Mr.
, an early postmaster.
These two friends of Doug
helped out Ellen Lowell when she was pregnant.
is a commune in the Landes department in Nouvelle-Aquitaine in southwestern France.
One of the first rectilinear scanners was developed by Benedict
in 1950. Before then hand-held detectors had been used to locate radioactive materials in patients, but the
system (designed for Iodine-131) combined a motor driven photomultiplier tube and printing mechanism. Subsequent developments improved the detection systems, movement, display and printing of images.
Professor Robert Harvey
OBE (born 1935), is a British economist and former Professor of the Economics of Development at the University of Oxford.
Jean-Marie Colombani, former editor of the daily "Le Monde", was attributed by "Le Monde diplomatique"s former director general Bernard
as saying: ""Le Monde diplomatique" is a journal of opinion; "Le Monde" is a journal of opinions."
She appeared on "Guiding Light" (Lila Taylor Kelly, 1954–1955), "As the World Turns" (Claire English Lowell
, 1960–1964), "Another World" (Liz Matthews, 1969–1971), and "Days of Our Lives" (Phyllis Anderson, 1972–73).
The signatures of the manifesto (so-called "Group of Nineteen") are Aminata Traoré, Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Eduardo Galeano, José Saramago, François Houtart, Boaventura de Sousa Santos, Armand Mattelart, Roberto Savio, Riccardo Petrella, Ignacio Ramonet, Bernard
, Samir Amin, Atilio Boron, Samuel Ruiz Garcia, Tariq Ali, Frei Betto, Emir Sader, Walden Bello, and Immanuel Wallerstein.
He moved to New York City in the mid-1960s where he met the poet and artist Jackie
. They collaborated on multimedia installations of kinetic art, including the "Psychedelic Celebration Number One" for LSD advocate Timothy Leary, and installations at the Electric Circus nightclub.
Widespread clinical use of nuclear medicine began in the early 1950s, as knowledge expanded about radionuclides, detection of radioactivity, and using certain radionuclides to trace biochemical processes. Pioneering works by Benedict
in developing the first rectilinear scanner and Hal O. Anger's scintillation camera (Anger camera) broadened the young discipline of nuclear medicine into a full-fledged medical imaging specialty.
Bobby's past was brought into light after a body was discovered behind the Genoa City Rec Center. The body was that of Joshua
, who was childhood friends with Nikki Newman. Joshua and Nikki were fighting over Nikki's father's gun, and it went off by accident, killing Joshua. Nikki's father buried the body until it was found many years later. When Nikki tried to find Joshua's family, she discovered that Bobby was actually Charlie
, the younger brother of Joshua
. Eventually, Bobby found out what happened to his brother, and Nikki and Bobby grew close after their revelation. Brittany, meanwhile, was pregnant, and she gave birth to a baby boy. They named their son Joshua Marsino, after Bobby's late older brother. Brittany had many complications during her pregnancy, and in order to pay for the medical bills, Bobby got involved with the mob. When the mob tried to recruit him, he found evidence to incriminate the members that he knew of, and he was forced to go into the Witness Protection Program. Brittany and Joshua were going to join Bobby in the Witness Protection Program once Joshua was in good health, but Bobby died in a hit and run accident in 2005, before they could reunite as a family.
Polen played Dr. Doug
on "As the World Turns" for over 10 years, from 1956 until 1967. He later became recognized for playing Dr. Jim Craig on "One Life to Live" from 1969 until shortly before his death from pancreatic cancer in 1981. He was also a film actor, playing Lt. Reilly in the 1972 film "Across 110th Street". Other credits include appearing in 37 episodes of CBS Radio Mystery Theatre.
In 1962, Tambellini was a founding member of a counter-culture group called "Group Center," which worked to find creative ways to display non-mainstream work. Other founding members include Ron Hahne, Elsa Tambellini, Don Snyder, and Ben Morea. Notable members who came on board later were Jackie
and Peter Martinez. A major group highlighting the intermedia genre, "Group Center" combined poetry, photography, choreography and film-making. In a flyer distributed by the Group highlighting its intentions it read:
Then in 1966 artist Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey – who directed many of Warhol's films, and who became a sometime manager of the Velvet Underground – sublet the ballroom from
and Stern, and turned the Dom into a nightclub. The Velvet Underground was the house band, and their performances under Andy Warhol's influence were accompanied by many light effects with the added touches of projected movies and projected photographs, all going on at the same time. The experience was called the "Exploding Plastic Inevitable."
By the 1960s, the bohemianism and nightlife previously associated with New York's Greenwich Village was growing in what would later be called the East Village. The Polish National Home was turned into the Dom Restaurant – the name came from the Polish for "home", derived from "Polski Dom Narodowy" ("Polish National Home") – with Stanley Tolkin's "Stanley's Bar" – where The Fugs played in the mid-1960s – downstairs, slightly below street level. Jackie
and Rudi Stern began leasing the ballroom on the floor above Stanley's Bar for their "Theater of Light" show.
Alavi is the recipient of many awards and distinctions, among which are the highest distinctions in nuclear medicine: the Georg Charles de Hevesy Nuclear Pioneer Award given by the Society of Nuclear Medicine, the
Prize of the Society of Nuclear Medicine, and honorary degrees from the University of Bologna, the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia and Shiraz University in Iran. The de Hevesy Award from the Society of Nuclear Medicine was given to Alavi for his pioneering work in the development of positron emission tomography.
Chairperson Tony Blair pushed for a declaration of Commonwealth economic principles to mirror the Harare Declaration of the Commonwealth's political principles of six years earlier. Whilst this was achieved, it was greatly watered-down. The British plan was presented in a sophisticated paper by Robert
and David Greenaway. The paper was rejected almost entirely. India, which opposed the request for another global trade round, scuppered the UK's plan to call for renewed trade negotiations, arguing that globalisation should be slowed. What was agreed included the holding of a biennial Commonwealth Business Forum, the creation of a Trade and Investment Access Facility to help globalisation adjustment, and the creation of a $110m South Asia Regional Fund.
Since 2003, Rémi Després has been working as an independent researcher and consultant, mainly contributing to IETF to facilitate deployment of IPv6, the protocol that had become necessary to extend the number of customer addresses of Internet. In particular, he invented and promoted 6rd, a mechanism whereby FREE, an Internet Service Provider, deployed IPv6 service several years before similar network operators, and in only five weeks (RFC 5569, RFC 5969). Another notable contribution concerned 4rd, a technology to maintain a residual IPv4 service across IPv6-only networks (RFC 7600) .He also proposed a mechanism for Internet Service Providers to assign IPv6 addresses into customer sites that still have IPv4-only residential gateways (RFC 6751), with the distinctive feature that IPv6 traffic between devices of a same site remains within this site. In 2011 Rémi Després and Alexandre
received the Itojun Service Award of the Internet Society for their IPv6 work.
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