Großer Löffler

Großer Löffler

Highest point

Elevation
3,376 m (11,076 ft)

Coordinates
47°1′57″N 11°54′56″E / 47.03250°N 11.91556°E / 47.03250; 11.91556Coordinates: 47°1′57″N 11°54′56″E / 47.03250°N 11.91556°E / 47.03250; 11.91556

Geography

Location
Tyrol, Austria / South Tyrol, Italy

Parent range
Zillertal Alps

Climbing

First ascent
12 September 1843 by Markus Vincent Lipold with an unknown companion

The Großer Löffler is a mountain in the Zillertal Alps on the border between Tyrol, Austria, and South Tyrol, Italy.
References[edit]

Heinrich Klier, Walter Klier: Alpenvereinsführer Zillertaler Alpen, Rother Verlag München (1996), ISBN 3-7633-1269-2
Alpenvereinskarte 1:25.000, Blatt 35/2, Zillertaler Alpen, Mitte

External links[edit]
Media related to Großer Löffler at Wikimedia Commons

K. N. Taylor

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K. N. Taylor

Born
1939
Kadandale, Mangalore

Died
18 March 2015

Nationality
Indian

Occupation
Actor, director, producer

Kadandale Narayana Taylor (K. N. Taylor) (1939 – 18 March 2015[1]) was an Indian film actor, director and producer in Tulu films.

Contents

1 Early life and career
2 Awards and recognition
3 List of Tulu films
4 References
5 External links

Early life and career[edit]
Taylor was born at Kadandale of Karkala Taluk of Dakshina Kannada district in 1939. From his childhood he had an infatuation for acting in dramas. By profession he was a tailor and his aptitude was for stage activities including acting, directing and producer. He became the proprietor of drama troupe. The Ganesh Natak Sabha which he established in 1958 in Mangalore staged as many as 17 dramas all over the country and abroad and earned a name for him in the field of stage activities.
His performance in the field of Tulu cinema also is significant, and he has been described as “the first ‘superstar’ of Tulu cinema”.[2] He provided script, diologue, direction and himself acted in as many as nine films. Most popular among them are Dareda Bodedi, Pagetha Puge, Bisathi Babu and Yan sanyasi Aape. Taylor was mainly responsible for attracting people towards Tulu language, literature and culture through Tulu dramas and cinemas.
Awards and recognition[edit]
He has won many regional and state level awards including:

special state award for Bhagyavanthedi Tulu film in 1982
Karnataka Natak Academy Award in 1989 and Kannada Rajyotsava Award in 1994
Karnataka Tulu Sahitya Academy accorded Taylor its 1996–1997 award
Lifetime Achievement award in 2014, from the Tulu FIlm Awards[3]
Taulava Award from the Tulu Nataka Kalavidara Okkoota, for contributions to Tulu theatre[4][5]

List of Tulu films[edit]

List of Tulu films of 2015
List of Tulu films of 2014
List of released Tulu films
List of upcoming Tulu films
Tulu cinema

References[edit]

^ M., Raghava (25 March 2015). “Tributes paid to K.N. Tailor”. The Hindu. Retrieved 28 March 2015. 
^ “Tulu director K N Tailor passes away”. Business Standard. 18 March 2015. Retrieved 3 Ap

Jamie Sasson

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Jamie Sasson is a Venezuelan actress and model who has worked in theater and TV since the age of eight and is currently living in Miami.
Among her latest works are the role of Paula Uriarte in Corazón Valiente, a Telemundo Studios production, and Erinnia in Erinnia, a series of interactive videos produced as an advertising and branding project for Fiat.[1]
Career[edit]
At the age of eight Sasson started to study acting in Caracas, Venezuela, in a workshop for children at the Ateneo de Caracas, where she performed her first theater play at the Sala Ana Julia Rojas. Soon after she obtained a scholarship at the voice and dancing school Las Voces Blancas de Elisa Soteldo. Due to the lack of permanent acting schools for children, her mother created an acting and dancing school and theater company for children,[2] first located at the Rafael Guinand Theater and then at the Teatro Chacaíto, where Sasson spent years not only studying, but also working at the academy’s plays and was invited to participate in theatrical productions with other theater companies for children. Sasson moved to Europe with her family, where she continued with her secondary school studies and focused on her dancing training with Mario Kitt in Zürich, Switzerland; then in one of her trips to Caracas she became part of the theater company Contrajuego’s second workshop for actors, and she had the experience of acting in a classical play, of which she became a recurrent actress when subsequent visits to Caracas took place. Her next step is to work in Madrid as a model and continue acting i

Jaume de Laiguana

Jaume de Laiguana is a Spanish music video director from Barcelona, born on June 14, 1966. He is best known for directing the video for Shakira’s “No” (2005). He is also the artistic director of Shakira’s 2006-2007 world tour entitled Oral Fixation Tour .
Besides directing quite a few videos for the Colombian superstar Shakira (“Don’t Bother”, “No”, “Día De Enero”, “La Pared”, “Las de la Intuición”, “Illegal”, “Gypsy”, “Loca”, “Sale el Sol”, Rabiosa, “La Bicicleta”, “Chantaje”) and Spanish singer-songwriter Alejandro Sanz (“Te lo Agradezco, Pero No”, “A la Primera Persona”, “No Es lo Mismo”, “Regálame la Silla Donde Te Esperé”, “Tú No Tienes Alma”), he has worked on several videos of other Latin artists like Enrique Iglesias (“Esperanza”) and Miguel Bosé (“Hey Max”).
Jaume de Laiguana is also known for being a graphic designer, an art director, a music producer and a photographer.
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Official website

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WorldCat Identities
VIAF: 1065432

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Anthony W. England

For the rugby league footballer of the 2000s, and 2010s, see Anthony England.

Anthony W. England

NASA Astronaut

Nationality
American

Status
Retired

Born
(1942-05-15) May 15, 1942 (age 74)
Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.

Other names

Anthony Wayne England

Other occupation

Geochemist, professor

Alma mater

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, B.S. and M.S. 1965, Ph.D. 1970

Time in space

7d 22h 45min

Selection
1967 NASA Group 6

Missions
STS-51-F

Mission insignia

Retirement
August 31, 1988

Anthony Wayne England (born May 15, 1942), better known as Tony England, is an American, former NASA astronaut. Selected in 1967, England was among a group of astronauts who served as backups during the Apollo and Skylab programs. Like most others in his class, he flew during the Space Shuttle program, serving as a mission specialist on STS-51F in 1985. He has logged more than 3,000 hours of flying time and 188 hours in space.
England helped develop and use radars to probe the Moon on Apollo 17 and glaciers in Washington and Alaska. He participated in and led field parties during two seasons in Antarctica.
England is currently dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Michigan’s Dearborn campus.

Contents

1 Biography

1.1 Early years and education
1.2 Career

1.2.1 Space shuttle flight

1.3 Post-NASA career
1.4 Personal

2 Awards and honors
3 References
4 External links

Biography[edit]
Early years and education[edit]
England was born May 15, 1942, in Indianapolis, Indiana, but his hometown is West Fargo, North Dakota. He attended primary school in Indianapolis, Indiana, and graduated from high school in North Dakota. At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) he received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Earth and planetary sciences (course 12A) in 1965, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Earth and planetary sciences in 1970.[1] England was a graduate fellow at MIT for the three years immediately preceding his first assignment to NASA.
Career[edit]
England was selected as a scientist-astronaut by NASA in August 1967, as part of the 6th astronaut selection. At 25 years 81 days old, he was the youngest candidate to be selected up to that time.[2] He subsequently completed the initial academic training and a 53-week course in flight training at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas, and served as a support crewman for the Apollo 13 and 16 flights. He was also an EVA