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XXe Conférence internationale sur le sida, 2014


La XXe conférence internationale sur le sida est une conférence qui se tient à Melbourne du 20 au 25 juillet 2014, au centre de convention et d’exposition de Melbourne. Elle est organisée par l‘International AIDS Society (IAS) (trad. : Société internationale sur le sida). Plus de 14 000 scientifiques, des militants et des politiciens sont attendus.

Le thème de cette année est « Accélérer le rythme ».

Elle se déroule sous la présidence de la française Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, prix Nobel de médecine.

Une apparition de l’ancien Président Bill Clinton y est prévue water bottle for sports.

Un certain nombre de délégués se rendant à la conférence, y compris l’ancien président IAS Joep Lange, étaient à bord du Vol 17 Malaysia Airlines qui s’est écrasé dans l’est de l’Ukraine, le 17 juillet 2014, avec aucun survivant. L’ouverture officielle de la 20e conférence est marquée par une minute de silence afin de rendre hommage aux spécialistes morts dans le crash du MH17.

Une étude dévoile qu’une combinaison expérimentale de trois médicaments peut réduire de manière significative le temps de traitement de patients atteints d’une souche de tuberculose multirésistante.

La tuberculose est la principale cause de décès des personnes atteintes du sida chaque année, causant un décès sur cinq liés au VIH, pour lesquels les traitements pour les deux conditions ne peuvent être administrés ensembles, à cause des effets secondaires charm bracelets.

Cette nouvelle trithérapie prometteuse connue sous le nom PaMZ peut aussi guérir certaines formes de tuberculoses résistantes aux médicaments en aussi peu de temps que quatre mois.

Le 21 juillet au matin, les participants à la conférence internationale sur le sida expriment leur colère how to tenderize tough beef, face aux pays qui possèdent des lois qui stigmatisent l’homosexualité, les accusant de favoriser la propagation du virus. Pour Françoise Barre-Sinoussi, qui copréside l’événement :

« La cruelle réalité est que dans toutes les régions du monde, les stigmatisations et la discrimination continuent d’être les principales barrières à un accès efficace aux soins. Nous devons une nouvelle fois crier bien fort que nous n’allons pas rester immobiles lorsque les gouvernements, en violation de tous les principes des droits de l’Homme, mettent en place des lois monstrueuses qui ne font que marginaliser des populations déjà vulnérables. »


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Okt. 29.

Ansaldo SVA


The Ansaldo SVA (named for Savoia-Verduzio-Ansaldo) was a family of Italian reconnaissance biplane aircraft of World War I and the decade after. Originally conceived as a fighter charm bracelets, the SVA was found inadequate for that role. Nevertheless, its impressive speed, range and operational ceiling cheap socks free shipping, with its top speed making it one of the fastest (if not the fastest) of all Allied combat aircraft in World War I, gave it the right properties to be an excellent reconnaissance aircraft and even light bomber. Production of the aircraft continued well after the war, with the final examples delivered in 1918. Two minor variants were produced, one with reconnaissance cameras, the other without cameras but extra fuel tanks.

The SVA was a conventionally laid-out unequal-span biplane – however, it was unusual in featuring Warren Truss-style struts joining its two wings, and therefore having no transverse (spanwise) bracing wires. The plywood-skinned fuselage had the typical Ansaldo triangular rear cross-section behind the cockpit, transitioning to a rectangular cross section going forwards through the rear cockpit area, with a full rectangular cross section forward of the cockpit.

The Flight over Vienna propaganda flight, inspired by Gabriele d’Annunzio, was carried out on August 9, 1918 best vacuum insulated water bottle, by the 87th Squadriglia La Serenissima from San Pelagio, consisting of an eleven plane flight of various models of Ansaldo SVA-series biplanes thermos metal water bottle. At least two of the aircraft were two seater SVA 9 or 10s to accommodate d’Annunzio himself for the flight he inspired, with the remainder being SVA 5 single-seaters.

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Okt. 10.

Essaim (satellite)


Essaim (swarm u of a football uniforms, in French) is a French military reconnaissance microsatellite constellation. Its main purpose is to collect and map signals intelligence across the world. The DGA describes it as a „vacuum cleaner for [radio] waves“.

Essaim is a constellation of four 120 kg micro satellites (including one spare) in low earth orbit. They are demonstration models which were supposed to last three years. They fly separated by a few hundreds of kilometers. Missions are designed by the Celar (Centre d’électronique de l’armement) in Bruz, near Rennes and are uploaded from CNES in Toulouse to the constellation. Collected data follows the same path in reverse order.

The constellation was launched from Kourou charm bracelets, in French Guyana, by an Ariane 5 G+ rocket on December 18, 2004. The flight was shared with Helios 2A and two other auxiliary payloads: Parasol and Nanosat how do i tenderize a steak. Individual members of the constellation are Essaim 1, Essaim 2, Essaim 3 and Essaim 4.

ESSAIM disposal and passivation operations took place in October 2010. The satellites are expected to reenter within 15 to 19 years.


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Sep. 26.

Nicolas Tiangaye


Nicolas Tiangaye (born 13 September 1956) is a Central African politician and lawyer who was Prime Minister of the Central African Republic from 17 January 2013 until his resignation on 10 January 2014. He was President of the National Transitional Council from 2003 to 2005.

Following a peace agreement between the government and rebels, Tiangaye was designated by the opposition and the rebels as their choice for the post of Prime Minister in January 2013. He stepped down (alongside President Michel Djotodia) on 10 January 2014.

Tiangaye was born at Bocaranga in 1956 and became a lawyer. In 1986, Tiangaye was one of three Central African lawyers selected by the deposed emperor Jean-Bedél Bokassa to defend him at his trial. He was also a defense lawyer for François Bozizé in 1989, when Bozizé was accused of plotting against the government. Bozizé was acquitted. Years later, after Tiangaye and Bozizé had become political opponents, Tiangaye said about the case that he „was doing [his] duty as a lawyer“ and that he did not regret defending Bozizé.

Tiangaye served as President of the Central African Human Rights League (LCDH) from its foundation in 1991 until 2004. He was a defense lawyer for the Rwandan politician Jean-Paul Akayesu at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in 1996; Akayesu was convicted of genocide. Tiangaye was also a defense lawyer for Jean-Jacques Demafouth, a former Central African defense minister, when the latter was put on trial for allegedly plotting a coup against President Ange-Félix Patassé in 2001; Demafouth was acquitted in October 2002. During Patassé’s presidency, Tiangaye was at one point offered the post of Prime Minister, but he declined.

After François Bozizé seized power in March 2003, Tiangaye was designated as one of the 98 members of the National Transitional Council (CNT), which was established to act as a transitional legislative body; he was included on the Council as a representative of a human rights organization, due to his role as President of the LCDH. He was then elected as President of the CNT on 14 June 2003. In that post

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, he helped draft the 2004 constitution; according to Tiangaye, Bozizé was displeased by the constitution’s limit of two presidential terms and was consequently unhappy with Tiangaye.

The CNT remained in place for two years, during the transitional period leading up to the March–May 2005 presidential and parliamentary election. Tiangaye stood as a parliamentary candidate, but following the second round of voting in May 2005, the electoral commission announced that Tiangaye had been narrowly defeated in his constituency by a pro-Bozizé Kwa Na Kwa candidate, and rioting erupted among Tiangaye’s supporters in Bangui. Tiangaye called for calm „to avoid a bloodbath.“ Later, he claimed that the vote in his constituency was rigged against him on Bozizé’s orders. Others who were hostile to Tiangaye argued that he lacked genuine popularity and was better suited to the courtroom.

In 2010, Tiangaye was Spokesman of the Forces of Change Collective, which was composed of opposition parties as well as former rebels, at a time when the government was attempting to organize a presidential and parliamentary election. The Collective wanted the vote to be delayed beyond the date decreed by President Bozizé. Speaking on 9 April 2010, Tiangaye declared that the opposition would boycott the election in the absence of a postponement, saying that if the vote was held as planned in May 2010, it would not be credible due to inadequate conditions. Later in the month, on 29 April 2010, Bozizé accepted the need to delay the election until a time when „all the parties involved in these elections, including the international community, will be ready.“

In December 2012, a coalition of rebel groups called Séléka mounted an offensive against the army and quickly seized control of a large portion of the Central African Republic charm bracelets, threatening Bangui, the capital, and putting the government of President Bozizé in a desperate situation. At peace talks held in Libreville in January 2013, Tiangaye headed the political opposition’s delegation; the government and the rebels also sent delegations. An agreement was reached on 11 January 2013, allowing Bozizé to finish his term as President but also requiring him to accept a prime minister chosen by his opponents, along with a government that would include the political opposition and rebels; Bozizé would not be allowed to dismiss the new prime minister from his post.

On 13 January 2013, Tiangaye announced that he had been unanimously selected by opposition leaders as their choice for the post of prime minister. However, Bozizé hesitated to appoint Tiangaye without the approval of the Séléka rebels, causing a short delay. The Séléka rebels announced on 15 January 2013 that they endorsed the opposition’s choice.

President Bozizé appointed Tiangaye as Prime Minister in a ceremony held in Bangui on 17 January 2013. Tiangaye declared that there was „hard work“ ahead, but also „peace on the horizon“; he said that „the government must address urgently … the pacification of the country and the restructuring of the army“. He stressed the importance of cooperation and said that he had „no personal problem with the president.“ For his part, Bozizé wished Tiangaye good luck.

According to the terms of the peace agreement, a new parliamentary election was intended to be held after one year, while the next presidential election would be held as originally scheduled in 2016; both Bozizé and Tiangaye would be barred from standing as presidential candidates at that time.

Negotiations regarding the composition of the national unity government followed Tiangaye’s appointment. Eventually, the government’s composition was announced on 3 February 2013. Ministerial portfolios were divided between Bozizé supporters, the rebels, and the political opposition; notably, rebel leader Michel Djotodia was appointed as First Deputy Prime Minister for National Defense. Tiangaye himself was assigned the finance portfolio.

The peace agreement unraveled in March 2013, as Séléka resumed seizing towns, accusing Bozizé of failing to keep his promises. After days of fighting, the rebels captured Bangui on 24 March 2013, forcing Bozizé to flee the country, and Djotodia was declared President. Djotodia said that there would be a three-year transitional period and that Tiangaye would continue to serve as Prime Minister.

Djotodia promptly suspended the constitution and dissolved the government, as well as the National Assembly. He then reappointed Tiangaye as Prime Minister on 27 March 2013. Tiangaye commanded substantial respect among those who opposed Bozizé, political parties and rebels alike, as well as international observers.

A new government headed by Tiangaye, with 34 members, was appointed on 31 March 2013; Djotodia retained the defense portfolio. There were nine members of Séléka in the government, along with eight representatives of the parties that had opposed Bozizé, while only one member of the government was associated with Bozizé. 16 positions were given to representatives of civil society. The former opposition parties were unhappy with the composition of the government; on 1 April 2013, they declared that they would boycott the government to protest its domination by Séléka. They argued that the 16 positions given to representatives of civil society were in fact „handed over to Séléka allies disguised as civil society activists“.

Sectarian violence escalated in the months after Séléka took power, and by late 2013 Djotodia faced severe pressure from regional leaders and the international community due to his apparent inability to control the situation. By that point the relationship between Tiangaye and Djotodia was characterized as „notoriously bad“. Under pressure from regional leaders who felt the situation was untenable, Tiangaye and Djotodia both resigned at a summit held in N’Djamena on 10 January 2014.


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Sep. 25.

Wendy Mesley


Wendy Mesley (born January 8, 1957) is a Canadian television host and reporter

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. She hosted CBC Television’s consumer investigation series Marketplace, and is also a frequent back-up anchor for CBC’s flagship evening news program The National charm bracelets. She co-hosts Test the Nation with Brent Bambury. In 2001 and 2002 she co-hosted the investigative newsmagazine CBC News: Disclosure with Diana Swain, and previously hosted the media and technology series Undercurrents from 1994 until 2001.

Mesley was born in Montreal, Quebec. On January 6, 1989, Mesley married CBC news anchor Peter Mansbridge, but the marriage ended in 1992. She remarried on April 17, 1998 to marketing executive Liam McQuade and has one daughter with him, Kate Rae McQuade.

In January 2005, Mesley announced that she had found a lump in her left breast and had been diagnosed with breast cancer.

After undergoing treatment, including two lumpectomies, chemotherapy and radiation, Mesley’s prognosis is excellent. As of March 2006, Mesley had returned to the CBC full-time, but was under the care of an oncologist and had been taking the intravenous, anti-cancer drug Herceptin

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That same month her documentary „Chasing the Cancer Answer“ was aired, and generally well received. Since October 26, 2009, Mesley has had a greater presence on CBC’s nightly newscast The National, and in 2010 she became the program’s regular Sunday anchor.[citation needed]


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Sep. 19.

Windup całkowania


Windup całkowania – zjawisko spowodowane interakcją działania członu całkującego (regulatora PID) i nasycenia.

Chociaż wiele aspektów systemu sterowania można zrozumieć w oparciu o teorię układów liniowych, w praktycznie wszystkich regulatorach należy liczyć się z różnymi efektami nieliniowości. Jednym z nich jest tzw. wind-up – zjawisko spowodowane interakcją działania członu całkującego i nasycenia.

Wszystkie urządzenia wykonawcze charakteryzują się ograniczeniami (np. silnik ma ograniczoną prędkość maksymalną, zawór nie może być otwarty czy zamknięty bardziej niż całkowicie itp charm bracelets.). W układzie sterowania, który pracuje w różnorodnych warunkach, może się tak zdarzyć, że zmienna sterowana może osiągnąć wartość graniczną urządzenia wykonawczego. W takiej sytuacji pętla sprzężenia zwrotnego zostaje przerwana i system działa w pętli otwartej, ponieważ urządzenie wykonawcze pozostaje na wartości granicznej niezależnie od sygnału na wyjściu procesu. Jeśli zastosowany został regulator z członem całkującym, błąd będzie nadal całkowany. To znaczy, że wyrażenie całkujące może osiągnąć bardzo wysoką wartość, czyli mówiąc potocznie – nawija się (ang. winds up)

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W takiej sytuacji konieczne jest, by wartość błędu miała znak przeciwny przez dłuższy okres, aż sytuacja się unormuje (tzw

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Sep. 12.

Fanny Gautier


Fanny Solórzano Gautier, née le 21 novembre 1970 à Madrid, est une actrice et danseuse espagnole.

Elle est célèbre pour avoir joué le rôle d’Alicia Jáuregui dans la série télévisée espagnole Un, dos, tres, elle joue également dans la série Genesis : L’Origine du crime et dans des films comme Ouvre les yeux ou Elsa y Fred.

Elle a étudié la danse classique à l’école Victor Ullate et la danse contemporaine à l’école Carmen Senra.

Elle a joué dans des séries comme „Antivico“, mais aussi au théâtre dans „L’intervention“ et „Asumpta et Felix sont dans un bateau“. Au cinéma friendship bracelets, on a pu l’apercevoir dans 3 films „The pan’s return“, „Les années Decibels“ et „Las mujeres de mi vida“.

Elle a été présentatrice de Canal Estilo

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Née d’un père espagnol et d’une mère française, elle est maman de jumeaux nés en 2005.

En 2015, elle revient sur le petit écran dans la série El Ministerio del Tiempo où elle retrouve Natalia Millan de Un Dos tres. La fiction est inédite en France.


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Sep. 10.

Archiv Frau und Musik


Das Archiv Frau und Musik ist ein in Frankfurt am Main ansässiges internationales Musikarchiv. Es ist das weltweit größte und bedeutendste Archiv zur Musik von Komponistinnen und wurde 1979 in Köln durch eine Initiative der Dirigentin Elke Mascha Blankenburg gegründet.

Dieses Musikarchiv ist Heimat des Internationalen Arbeitskreises Frau und Musik und wird von der Stadt Frankfurt und vom Hessischen Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst gefördert. Es gibt als einzige deutschsprachige Fachpublikation das Magazin VivaVoce heraus, das regelmäßig zwei bis dreimal pro Jahr erscheint. Im Oktober 2013 wurde das Facharchiv in die Rote Liste Kultur des Deutschen Kulturrates aufgenommen und in die Kategorie 2 als gefährdet eingestuft, da die Stadt Frankfurt ihre bisherige finanzielle Unterstützung seit Januar 2014 eingestellt hat.

Siehe auch den Artikel Frauen in der Musik.

Aufgrund eines Artikels der Dirigentin Elke Mascha Blankenburgs über vergessene Komponistinnen in der Zeitschrift Emma Ende der 1970er Jahre, trafen sich Musikerinnen aus vielen Teilen der Welt zur Gründung eines Arbeitskreises Stainless Steel Mug 12 oz. Sie machten sich zur Aufgabe, vergessene Kompositionen von Frauen ausfindig zu machen und wieder zur Aufführung zu bringen. Die Initiative hatte im Oktober 1979 bereits 100 Mitglieder. Dem Gründungsvorstand gehörten neben Elke Blankenburg auch die Komponistinnen Barbara Heller und Siegrid Ernst an.

Nachforschungen des Arbeitskreises in internationalen Musikbibliotheken brachten innerhalb eines Jahres die Namen und Werke von über 300 Komponistinnen zutage. Dies war die Basis für die Gründung des Archivs „Frau und Musik“. Der Verein und das Archiv wechselten ihren anfänglichen Sitz 1988 von Köln nach Kassel, um schließlich 2001 in Frankfurt sein Domizil zu finden.

Seit Oktober 2013 ist das Archiv Mitglied im i.d.a.-Dachverband der deutschsprachigen Frauen/Lesbenarchive friendship bracelets. Vorstand des Internationalen Arbeitskreises Frau und Musik e.V., der das Archiv trägt, sind Mary Ellen Kitchens (Dirigentin, Musikwissenschaftlerin, Leiterin Hörfunkarchive BR), Dr. Vera Lasch und Dr. Vivienne Olive (Komponistin).

Der Bestand des Archivs umfasst rund 23.000 Medieneinheiten: Kompositionen und künstlerische Nachlässe von Musikerinnen, Zeitungsartikel, Broschüren, Sekundärliteratur, Bildmaterial und Tonträger sowie Facharbeiten über Musikerinnen und Komponistinnen. Das Archiv konnte unter anderem die Nachlässe von Felicitas Kukuck (1914–2001) und Silvia Leonor Alvarez de la Fuente (1953–2004) übernehmen. Seit 2015 befinden sich auch die Nachlässe von Elke Mascha Blankenburg (1943–2013) und Leni Alexander (1924–2005) vor Ort. Zahlreiche aktiv schaffende Komponistinnen wie Violeta Dinescu und Tsippi Fleischer bringen ihre Werke bereits jetzt in das Archiv Frau und Musik ein. 2001 kam die umfangreiche Sammlung des Münchner Vereins musica femina münchen − das Komponistinnen-Archiv München − als Schenkung ins Archiv Frau und Musik. Zum weiteren Bestand des Frankfurter Archivs gehören ein umfangreicher Fundus an Erstdrucken und handschriftlichen Briefen Clara Schumanns und eine weltweit einzigartige Postkartensammlung von Damenblasorchestern um 1900. Den Bestand klassischer Kompositionen ergänzt eine Sondersammlung zu den Bereichen Rock

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