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Joera Movsisjan

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Joera Movsisyan (Bakoe, 2 augustus 1987) is een Armeens voetballer die bij voorkeur als aanvaller speelt. Hij verruilde in 2012 FK Krasnodar voor Spartak Moskou.

Movsisyan speelde in de MLS voor Sporting Kansas City en Real Salt Lake. Op 1 januari 2010 verhuisde hij naar Europa om bij het Deense Randers te spelen. Daar scoorde hij 12 doelpunten uit 30 wedstrijden. In januari 2011 werd hij voor 2 miljoen euro verkocht aan het Russische FK Krasnodar. Hij debuteerde op 12 maart 2011 tegen Anzji Machatsjkala. Hij scoorde zijn eerste doelpunt in de Premjer-Liga tegen Spartak Naltsjik. In totaal speelde hij 50 competitiewedstrijden voor de club, waarin hij 23 maal tot scoren kwam. In januari 2013 werd hij voor €7,5 miljoen euro verkocht aan Spartak Moskou. Hij ondertekende een contract tot medio 2017, dat hem €1,5 miljoen euro per jaar zou opleveren. Bij zijn debuut tegen Terek Grozny scoorde hij meteen een hattrick. Daarmee werd hij de eerste speler in de geschiedenis van Spartak Moskou die erin slaagde om bij zijn debuut een hattrick te scoren. Hij is dan terug geleend aan Real Salt Lake op 19 januari 2016. Zijn debut match was tegen Orlando City SC waartegen hij geen debutgoal scoorde.

Movsisyan verklaarde ooit eens dat hij een plek in het voetbalelftal van de Verenigde Staten ambieerde. Toch koos hij uiteindelijk om voor Armenië uit te komen. Hij debuteerde op 11 augustus 2010 in een vriendschappelijke wedstrijd tegen Iran.

Movsisyan werd op 2 augustus 1987 geboren in Bakoe, in de Azerbeidzjaanse SSR, als zoon van Armeense ouders. Zijn familie vluchtte rond 1992 vanwege de Oorlog in Nagorno-Karabach naar Los Angeles, waar veel Armeniërs woonachtig zijn.

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Sisal (vezel)

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Sisal is een tropische vezel en wordt vooral voor touw Rose Bracelet, borstels en vloerbedekking gebruikt. Ook wordt sisal gebruikt in dartborden. Sisal komt ook voor in meer verfijnde weefsels retro jerseys soccer, die vooral door Maya’s gebruikt worden voor kleding.

Sisal wordt gewonnen uit de bladeren van plantensoorten die tot het geslacht Agave uit de Agavenfamilie behoren:

De vezel is genoemd naar het Mexicaanse havenstadje Sisal, vanwaaruit de meeste sisal werd geëxporteerd. De naam van het plaatsje komt van het Maya siísil, hetgeen ‚vochtigheid‘ betekent. De vezel zorgde eind negentiende eeuw voor een enorme economische groei op het Mexicaanse schiereiland Yucatán stainless water container.

Toen in Noord-Amerika, omstreeks 1910, de landbouwmechanisatie opstartte verschenen er korenmaai- en bindmachines (de voorloper van de maaidorser). Deze gebruikten grote hoeveelheden korenbindgaren (binder twine) voor het binden van korenschoven en strobalen. Gewoonlijk werd dit garen uit sisal vervaardigd. Voor scheepskabels is sisal minder geschikt, daar de vezel niet zeer waterbestendig is.

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Frances A. Rosamond

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Frances Ann Novak Rosamond is an Australian computer scientist whose research interests include computer education and parameterized complexity. She is the editor of the Parameterized Complexity Newsletter, moderator of the parameterized complexity wiki, and publicity chair of the International Symposium on Parameterized and Exact Computation (IPEC).

Rosamond obtained a PhD from Cornell University in 1981; her thesis work Rose Bracelet, supervised by David Henderson, involved developing the Cornell Mathematics Support Center, which continues to be active. While at Cornell, she also developed a program to assist adult women overcome mathematics anxiety and progress along the “Scheme of Intellectual and Ethical Development” created by William G. Perry. Rosamond’s research in education also includes computer games, including methodology for systematically generating game puzzles utilizing NP-completeness. At the University of Newcastle, Australia, Rosamond developed a new program of computer games, and a guest-visitor seminar series. Since 1998, Rosamond and her husband Michael Fellows have provided workshops on the mathematical foundations of computer science to children and adults in many countries. Rosamond orchestrated Sonia Kovalevskia Mathematics Days for girls and their teachers when she was professor of mathematics at National University in San Diego (1986-2000) t shirt soccer, and was a promoter of the San Diego Science Alliance. She received a University of Newcastle HEEP Equity Award for her investigation into increasing the number of women in computer science.

Rosamond has served on the Mathematics Association of America Committee on Mathematics and the Environment, Committee on Under-represented Minorities and Committee on the Teaching of Undergraduate Mathematics and, chaired the Task Force on Data Collection and Policy Issues. She was the representative to the JOINT-AMS-AWM-ASA-IMS-MAA-NCTM-SIAM Committee on Women in the Mathematical Sciences. Together with Sue Geller and Patricia Kenschaft, Frances developed and acted in the MAA Skit Program, a humorous presentation of recent discrimination events with disguised identities. Rosamond helped arrange for the Mathematical Association of America to be an official NGO of the The United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women, and to present workshops at the conference. Rosamond has served the mathematics education community as one of the original members of the Association for Women in Mathematics. She was an invited delegate to the first Women and Mathematics delegation to the People’s Republic of China in 1991. She has served on the Board of Directors of the Women in Mathematics Education Association, and as a member of the Nominations and Elections committee. She has been active in the American Educational Research Association, Greater San Diego Mathematics Council, and California Mathematics Council.

Vrhnika

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Géolocalisation sur la carte : Slovénie

Vrhnika est une commune et une localité de Slovénie. Elle est située le long de la rivière Ljubljanica à environ 21 km de Ljubljana et sa population s’élevait à 15 262 habitants en 2007

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Au temps des Romains, Vrhnika était connue sous le nom de Nauportus et était un nœud important de communication.

Vrhnika se développa au Moyen Âge. La région fit partie durant toute une période de l’empire austro-hongrois et portait alors le nom de Ober Laybach (« Haut Laybach ») en référence à la ville de Laybach aujourd’hui dénommée Ljubljana. La ville se développa en tant que bourg et avait une bonne santé économique au sein de la Carniole. La place perdit en importance au début du XVIII kelme Casual Pants

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;000 habitants. La population a diminué en 2007 à la suite d’une modification du territoire de la commune.

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Stara Cesta, la vieille grande rue de Vrhnika

Pont sur la rivière Ljubljanica

Sveta Trojica, la plus grande église de Vhrnika, au sommet d’une colline boisée

Vieille maison à Verd, hameau de Vrhnika

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Référendum constitutionnel tchadien de 2005

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« Approuvez-vous la proposition de loi constitutionnelle portant révision de la Constitution du 31 mars 1996 adoptée par l’Assemblée nationale le 23 mai 2004 ? »

Après recensement, le nombre d’électeurs, rendu public le , se chiffre à 5 360 611, dont 4 968&nbsp

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Same-sex marriage in New Jersey

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Same-sex marriage has been legally recognized in New Jersey since October 21, 2013, the effective date of a trial court ruling invalidating the state’s restriction of marriage to persons of different sexes.

In September 2013, Mary C. Jacobson, Assignment Judge of the Mercer Vicinage of the Superior Court, ruled that as a result of the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 2013 decision in United States v. Windsor, New Jersey’s constitution requires the state to recognize same-sex marriages. The Windsor decision held that the federal government was required to provide the same benefits to same-sex couples who were married under state law as to other married couples. Therefore, the state court reasoned in Garden State Equality v. Dow, because same-sex couples in New Jersey were limited to civil unions, which are not recognized as marriages under federal law, the state must permit civil marriage for same-sex couples. This ruling, in turn, relied on the 2006 decision of the New Jersey Supreme Court in Lewis v. Harris that the state was constitutionally required to afford the rights and benefits of marriage to same-sex couples. The Supreme Court had ordered the state legislature to correct the constitutional violation, by permitting either same-sex marriage or civil unions with all the rights and benefits of marriage, within 180 days. In response, the legislature passed a bill to legalize civil unions on December 21, 2006, which became effective on February 19, 2007.

In 2012, the New Jersey Legislature had passed a bill to legalize same-sex marriage, but it was vetoed by Governor Chris Christie.

Following the trial court decision in Garden State Equality v. Dow, the Christie administration asked the state Supreme Court to grant a stay of the decision pending appeal. On October 18, 2013, the Supreme Court unanimously denied the request for a stay. Three days later, on the day the trial court ruling went into effect and local officials had begun issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, and some wedding ceremonies had been performed, the Governor withdrew the state’s appeal. This action removed the last potential impediment to same-sex marriages in the state.

In 2003, New Jersey implemented a domestic partnerships scheme. It was one of the first states to do so after California. In 2006, advocates of same sex unions sued to transcend domestic partnership in the case, Lewis v. Harris. The judges struck down the domestic partnership arrangement, and split four to three to allow the legislature to pass civil unions instead of allowing same-sex marriage. In December 2006, the New Jersey Legislature passed a bill providing for civil unions and recognizing other states‘ civil unions.

The New Jersey Legislature enacted the Domestic Partnership Act, P.L.2003, c. 246, on January 12, 2004, which came into effect on July 10, 2004. The law made domestic partnerships available to all same-sex couples, as well as to different-sex couples aged 62 and older. The domestic partnership statute provides „limited healthcare, inheritance, property rights and other rights and obligations“ but „[does] not approach the broad array of rights and obligations afforded to married couples.“ For example, as Lambda Legal states, the law „required health and pension benefits [only] for state employees—it was voluntary for other employers—and did not require family leave to care for an ill partner.“

The domestic partnership statute remains in place even though New Jersey subsequently enacted a civil union statute. Couples in an existing domestic partnership are not required to enter a civil union. However, new domestic partnerships are available only to couples in which both partners are 62 and over, whether same-sex or different-sex.

On October 25, 2006, the Supreme Court of New Jersey unanimously ruled in Lewis v. Harris that the „unequal dispensation of rights and benefits to committed same-sex partners can no longer be tolerated under our State Constitution.“ With the Harris decision, same-sex couples were granted the same rights, benefits and responsibilities as heterosexual couples with respect to their relationships.

While the decision was widely reported as a 4–3 split, the differences between the Justices on the Court were on whether only the provision of civil marriage rights to same-sex couples would resolve the constitutional defect, or whether another change in statute would pass constitutional scrutiny. The Court avoided the question of what to call the legal status, leaving that to, as the majority stated, the „crucible of the democratic process.“

The dissent, led by then-Chief Justice Deborah T. Poritz, chastised the junior members of the Court who said that anything other than marriage would provide equal rights: „What we name things matters, language matters…Labels set people apart surely as physical separation on a bus or in school facilities…By excluding same-sex couples from civil marriage, the State declares that it is legitimate to differentiate between their commitments and the commitments of heterosexual couples. Ultimately the message is that what same-sex couples have is not as important or as significant as real marriage, that such lesser relationships cannot have the name of marriage.“

The court gave the state legislature six months to enact legislation providing for civil unions.

On December 14, 2006, the New Jersey Legislature passed a bill providing for civil unions which was signed into law by then-Governor Jon Corzine on December 21, 2006. The Civil Union Act came into effect on February 19, 2007.

Same-sex couples who enter into a civil union are provided almost all of the rights granted to married couples under New Jersey state law. However, under the provisions of the federal Defense of Marriage Act or DOMA, same-sex couples in civil unions and domestic partnerships do not have any right or entitlement to the 1,138 rights that a married couple has under federal law. Section 3 of DOMA, which prohibits federal recognition of same-sex marriages, was struck down by the Supreme Court in 2013.

The law provides for the creation of a Civil Unions Review Commission that will evaluate the law’s effectiveness and any problems resulting therefrom, and will report every six months for three years following enactment to assess the impact of the law. The first meeting of the Civil Unions Review Commission took place on June 18

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, 2007. The Commission elected a chair, Frank Vespa-Papaleo, the current Director of the New Jersey Division of Civil Rights, and the Commission plans on meeting monthly as well as conducting periodic public meetings.

According to the new civil union law, when a same-sex couple receives a civil union, their domestic partnership is automatically terminated by the civil union. However, those couples who remain in domestic partnerships and elect to not enter into a civil union will be allowed to remain as domestic partners. New domestic partnerships can still be formed if both partners are 62 years of age or older.

The New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA) took a formal position against the adoption of Civil Unions law, citing inherent and obvious problems and confusion the law has for the state’s citizens and the legal representation. In addition, the NJSBA formally endorsed the marriage bill proposed by openly gay Assemblyman Reed Gusciora, saying that only marriage equality would meet the standard mandated by the Lewis decision.

During the first 90 days after the law went into effect, 852 same-sex couples entered civil-unions, according to the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services. During the same period, the LGBT civil rights organization Garden State Equality reported that it has received complaints from 102 couples denied benefits by employers or insurers. On May 22, 2007, the Star-Ledger reported that the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights has received at least 270 inquiries from couples in civil unions denied benefits by employers or insurers. As of June 18, 2007, only two complaints had been filed with the New Jersey Division of Civil Rights, it was reported at the first meeting of the Civil Unions Review Commission.

According to the LGBT civil rights organization Garden State Equality, by the end of July 2007, 211 of the 1,358 couples who had entered New Jersey civil unions since February 19 had „reported to Garden State Equality that their employers refused to recognize their civil unions.“ Among the companies flouting state law were shipping companies UPS, FedEx, and DHL, as well as a number of Fortune 500 companies.

A UPS spokesman claimed that language in its collective bargaining agreement with the Teamsters union prevented it from extending benefits to same-sex partners. On July 20, 2007, Gov. Jon Corzine sent a letter to UPS officials on behalf of a UPS driver and her partner, asking the company to comply with New Jersey law and extend spousal benefits such as health insurance to civil union partners. On July 30, a UPS spokesman said: „We have received clear guidance that, at least in New Jersey, the state truly views civil union partners as married. We’ve heard that loud and clear from state officials and we’re happy to make this change.“ The company also noted that it already offers equal benefits to married same-sex couples in Massachusetts and would review its policies in Connecticut and Vermont.

Beginning March 5, 2004, D. Kiki Tomek, deputy city clerk of Asbury Park, processed same-sex marriage licenses for several days. Deputy Mayor James Bruno married one couple on March 8 and then Tomek heeded a warning from the state attorney general to stop issuing such licenses.

In late 2009, lame duck Governor Jon Corzine stated that he would sign a bill legalizing same-sex marriage if it came to his desk before he left office, while his newly elected Republican successor Chris Christie said that he would promote a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage. However, the political situation at the time made such an amendment unlikely, and Gov. Christie later supported a public vote on same-sex marriage; while he was personally opposed to it, he promised not to revisit the same-sex marriage issue if it was legalized by popular vote.

A same-sex marriage bill was introduced to the legislature but was defeated in the Senate on January 7, 2010. A similar bill passed both houses of the legislature in February 2012 but was vetoed by Christie. Under New Jersey law, the legislature has until the end of the session in which it passed the bill to override a governor’s veto. Therefore, the legislature had until January 2014 to override the veto.

On September 27, 2013, Mercer County Superior Court Judge Mary C. Jacobson ruled that the state must allow same-sex couples to marry, in light of the ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court in United States v. Windsor. Jacobson said that as of October 21, 2013, the state „shall permit“ same-sex couples to marry. Governor Chris Christie’s administration appealed Judge Jacobson’s ruling and also requested a stay of its execution. The state Supreme Court accepted the appeal on October 11 and scheduled oral arguments for January 6–7, 2014.

On October 18, 2013, the Supreme Court rendered a provisional, unanimous (7–0 vote) order denying the stay, thereby provisionally authorizing same-sex marriage in the state, pending its decision on the state’s appeal of Judge Jacobson’s ruling.

A commission was formed to review whether civil unions brought equality to same sex couples. It determined that civil unions failed to provide equal treatment. On December 10, 2008, the Commission released its unanimous finding that marriage laws should be made gender neutral to ensure equal treatment of same-sex couples. Governor Corzine had indicated that he would sign a bill to allow same-sex marriage.

On December 7, 2009, the New Jersey Senate Judiciary Committee approved a civil marriage equality bill by a vote of 7 to 6, after seven hours of testimony and debate. It was amended in committee to clarify that clergy would not be required to perform weddings for same-sex couples. On January 7, 2010, the New Jersey State Senate defeated the measure in a 20–14 vote.

On July 26, 2010, the New Jersey Supreme Court declined a request on the part of the plaintiffs in Lewis v. Harris that it review whether the legislature had complied with the court’s order in that case. It said it wanted the challenge to begin in a lower court where a trial record could be developed. Lewis, 202 N.J. 340 (2010).

On February 13, 2012, the State Senate passed a bill legalizing same-sex marriage by a vote of 24 to 16, and on February 16, the Assembly passed it by a vote of 42 to 33, with three Republicans and one Democrat not voting, and one Democratic seat temporarily vacant. In neither house was the bill passed by a veto-proof majority. Governor Christie vetoed the bill the next day and called for a constitutional amendment for same-sex marriage to be presented to the voters as a ballot referendum.

On February 21, 2013, state Democratic leaders announced plans to hold a vote to override the governor’s 2012 veto. The legislation needs three additional votes in the Senate and 12 in the House. Democratic legislative leaders exchanged charges with Christie in July. Senate President Stephen Sweeney said the Governor was intimidating some Republicans who supported same-sex marriage and State Senator Barbara Buono, the Democratic candidate for governor, said Christie the „one man in New Jersey … that stands in the way of marriage equality“. Christie said in response: „If you want to change the core of a 2,000-year-old institution, the way to do that is to put it in front of the voters in the state of New Jersey and let them vote.“ In September 2013, legislators in favor of the bill were organizing the attempt at the veto override, and several legislators who did not vote on the bill or voted against committed to supporting it.

On January 14, 2014, a bill which sought to update New Jersey law by defining marriage as a union between two people was introduced in the Senate. The bill however died in committee.

On June 29, 2011, Lambda Legal filed suit in the Law Division of Superior Court in Mercer County on behalf Garden State Equality, seven same-sex couples, and several of their children, arguing that New Jersey’s civil unions do not provide the same rights as marriage as required by the court’s decision in Lewis, 188 N.J. 415; 908 A.2d 196 (2006). On September 27, 2013, New Jersey Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson ruled that the state must allow same-sex couples to marry.

Governor Chris Christie immediately stated that his administration would appeal the ruling. On October 10, 2013, Judge Jacobson denied the state defendants‘ motion for a stay. The state appealed the ruling and the state Supreme Court agreed to hear the appeal. The state also requested a stay of execution of the ruling, which the state Supreme Court denied on October 18 by a 7–0 decision of the court in which Chief Justice Stuart Rabner wrote that „the state has advanced a number of arguments, but none of them overcome this reality: Same-sex couples who cannot marry are not treated equally under the law today.“ The ruling also denied request for stay due to the fact that the court could „find no public interest in depriving a group of New Jersey residents of their constitutional right to equal protection while the appeals process unfolds.“ Weddings were performed just after midnight on October 21, 2013, and Governor Christie dropped his administration’s appeal of the lower court ruling that morning.

New Jersey recognizes some same-sex relationships contracted out of state as either equivalent to and having the same legal force as New Jersey civil unions, where they „provide substantially all the rights and benefits of marriage“, or as equivalent and having the same legal force as New Jersey domestic partnerships, where they „provide some but not all of the rights and obligations of marriage“.

A UCLA study estimates the potential economic impact of same-sex marriage on the State of New Jersey and concludes that the gain would be substantial. If New Jersey were to give same-sex couples the right to marry, that is marriage itself and not civil unions, the State would likely experience a surge in spending on weddings by same-sex couples who currently live in New Jersey, as well as an increase in wedding and tourist spending by same-sex couples from other states. The analysis outlined in detail in the report predicts that sales by New Jersey’s wedding and tourism-related businesses would rise by $102.5 million in each of the first three years when marriage for same-sex couples is legal. As a result, the State’s gross receipt tax revenues would rise by $7.2 million per year, and 1,400 new jobs would be created in relevant industries Rose Bracelet.

Not all polling questions are the same. The 2009 Rutgers poll that found more support asks if voters will accept a decision by the legislature to legalize same-sex marriage, while the 2006 Rasmussen Reports survey that found more opposed asks whether voters personally define marriage as a union of a man and a woman or between a union of two people. A Zogby International poll conducted in April 2005 asked about same-sex couples married outside of the state. 57.5% felt the marriages should be recognized, 37.2% thought the State shouldn’t recognize them, and 5.3% weren’t sure. New Jerseyans supported civil unions in 2006 before the passage of the Civil Unions Act, with 66% in favor and 29% opposed.

A July 2011 Public Policy Polling survey found that 81% of New Jersey voters supported legal recognition of same-sex couples, with 41% supporting same-sex marriage and 40% supporting civil unions, while only 17% opposed all legal recognition and 2% were not sure.

New Jersey trends mirrored national trends, in that women, young people, Latinos, people with a college education, and people who know gay men and lesbians were more supportive of same-sex marriage than men. The elderly, blacks, Asians, people without a college education, and those who do not know any gay men or lesbians were most opposed. However, same-sex marriage was not seen as an „important issue“ by the latter groups, and the Eagleton Institute found that they were not likely to be source of opposition to the bill if it passed. A 2012 poll found that in New Jersey, a majority of Democrats support same-sex marriage, a majority of Republicans are opposed, and a majority of Independents favor same-sex marriage.

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42 Spieleklassiker ist ein Videospiel der Firma Nintendo für die tragbare Konsole Nintendo DS. Das Spiel besteht aus Karten-, Brett-, Gesellschafts-, Sport- und Casinospielen sowie aus einigen Minispielen. In den meisten Spielen können die Regeln eingestellt bzw. umgeändert werden.

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Naoko Yamazaki est une astronaute japonaise née le 27 décembre 1970 à Matsudo.

Elle est née à Matsudo City. Elle a passé deux ans de son enfance à Sapporo. Elle a obtenu un diplôme à l’Université de Ochanomizu en 1989, elle a obtenu un baccalauréat ès sciences en génie aérospatial à l’Université de Tokyo en 1993, et a obtenu une maîtrise ès sciences en génie aérospatial en 1996.

Elle a été choisie comme candidate astronaute en février 1999 par l’Agence nationale de développement spatial du Japon (NASDA, maintenant JAXA), elle a participé au programme d’entraînement en avril 1999 et a été certifiée comme un astronaute en septembre 2001. Depuis 2001 bracelets women, elle a participé au développement de l’ISS et au fonctionnement du module japonais d’expérimentation. En mai 2004, elle a terminé sa formation comme ingénieur de vol de Soyouz au centre de formation Youri Gagarine à Star City, en Russie.

En juin 2004, elle est arrivée au Centre spatial Johnson à Houston, au Texas fashion jewelry bracelets, et a commencé l’école de formation des aspirants astronautes. Elle est actuellement affectée à l’Office Branch Robotics des astronautes.

En novembre 2008, la JAXA a annoncé que Yamazaki allait devenir la deuxième femme japonaise à voler dans l’espace de la mission STS-131, prévue pour le lancement en 2010.

Le 5 avril 2010, Yamazaki est entrée dans l’espace sur la navette Discovery dans le cadre de la mission STS-131. Elle est revenue sur Terre le 20 avril 2010.

Yamazaki a pris sa retraite de la JAXA au 31 août 2011.

Yamazaki est mariée à Taichi Yamazaki et a deux enfants. Elle aime la plongée, le ski, le vol et la musique.

Yamazaki est à temps partiel chercheur à l’Université de Tokyo depuis décembre 2010.

Elle réalise son premier vol le 5 avril 2010, comme spécialiste de mission de la mission STS-131 de la navette spatiale Discovery.

Ludwig Knaus

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. Dezember 1910 in Berlin) war der erfolgreichste Wiesbadener Maler im 19. Jahrhundert. Frühe Berühmtheit erlangte er als Genremaler, ebenso als Porträtist. Darüber hinaus war sein Können auch in der Werbebranche gefragt. Um 1900 hatte er als Maler einen so hohen Stellenwert erreicht, dass ihm das Große Konversations-Lexikon Meyers eineinhalb Spalten widmete und resümierte: „Die echt deutsche Richtung seiner Kunstanschauung gipfelt in der Schilderung des Kinderlebens [. bracelets women..] Seine Bilder haben durch Stich und Photographie eine große Popularität erreicht. Er ist Professor, Mitglied der Akademie, Ritter des Ordens pour le mérite und seit 1861 im Besitz der großen Medaille der Berliner Kunstausstellung.“ Zu seinem 100. Todestag im Jahr 2010 gedachte man seiner in seiner Geburtsstadt: „Den bedeutendsten Wiesbadener Künstler hat die Kunstgeschichte nicht bewältigt. Auch er zählt hier zu den großen Toten.“

Knaus war der Sohn eines Augenoptikers, der aus dem schwäbischen Waiblingen nach Wiesbaden zugezogenen war. Schon früh zeigte sich bei ihm der „Drang zum Abmalen.“ In der Schule wurde sein künstlerisches Talent von dem aus Weilburg stammenden Zeichenlehrer Philipp Jakob Albrecht (1779–1860) gefördert. Er brachte ihn auch zu dem herzoglichen Hofmaler Otto Reinhold Jacobi in die Lehre.

1845 kam Knaus mit 16 Jahren an die Kunstakademie Düsseldorf und wurde dort gemeinsam mit Anselm Feuerbach Schüler von Karl Ferdinand Sohn und des Nazareners Wilhelm von Schadow. Bis 1852 lernte Knaus an der Akademie und fand schon sehr früh zu seinem eigenen Stil. Im Gegensatz zu seinen Lehrern, die historische religiöse- und mythologische Themen pflegten, fand Knaus seine Sujets mehr in der Genremalerei, wie z. B. „Der Bauerntanz“ (1850), „Die Spieler“ (1851) oder „Der Bienenvater“ (1851) belegen.

Wegen Auseinandersetzungen mit Schadow verließ er 1848 die Akademie. Gemeinsam mit den Brüdern Andreas und Oswald Achenbach, Joseph Fay, Benjamin Vautier, u.a. gründete er den Malkasten, der ihn 1898 zum Ehrenmitglied auszeichnet, und verdiente sein Auskommen in Düsseldorf als Porträtist.

Im Sommer 1849 war Knaus erstmals zu ethnographischen Studien mit seinem Freund Adolf Schreyer in Willingshausen in der Schwalm. In jenen Jahren entstanden seine eigentlichen Hauptwerke; „Das Leichenbegängnis in einem hessischen Dorf“ (1871), „Die Geschwister“ (1872) oder „Die Beratung der Haunsteiner Bauern“ (1873). Im südlichen Schwarzwald, im Hotzenwald betrieb er Figurenstudien 1850 und interessierte sich insbesondere für deren ländliche Tracht (Kleidung). 1851 wurde er von Hermann Steinfurth porträtiert. Das Gemälde vermachte Hermann Steinfurth 1880 der Hamburger Kunsthalle.

1852 besuchte Knaus den Kunstsammler Barthold Suermondt in Aachen. Im November reiste er nach Paris, in die damalige Kulturhauptstadt Europas. Dort verkehrte er u.a. mit Franz Xaver Winterhalter und Anselm Feuerbach. Im Salon der großen Frühjahrsausstellung erhielt er 1853 eine goldene Medaille. Von Paris aus besuchte Knaus im April und Mai Barbizon und Fontainebleau, um Landschaftsstudien zu zeichnen. Im Juni reiste er über Brüssel, Antwerpen, Gent, Brügge, Ostende nach Düsseldorf und Wiesbaden. Im Januar 1854 kehrte Knaus nach Paris zurück. Im November 1855 wurde ihm die dortige Weltausstellung zu einem Höhepunkt seiner Karriere, die er mit verschiedenen Gemälden beschickte. Für sein Bild „Zigeuner im Wald“ wurde ihm eine Medaille 1. Klasse verliehen. Im Dezember war er wieder in Wiesbaden. Im Mai 1856 reiste Knaus nach England, wo er den Kristallpalast, Museen und Ausstellungen in London besuchte. Im Juni war Knaus wieder in Deutschland, reiste über Düsseldorf nach Dresden, Böhmen und Stuttgart. Im Oktober fuhr er von Wiesbaden aus wieder nach Paris. 1857 hielt er sich in Fontainebleau auf, um anschließend mit Suermondt nach England zu reisen. Im Oktober 1857 reiste Knaus nach Italien. Die Stationen waren u.a. Venedig, Padua, Turin, Genua und Rom. Im Dezember machte er einen Ausflug in die Sabiner Berge. In Italien, weit entfernt von seiner Heimat entdeckte Knaus, dass ihm „das interessante gemütliche deutsche Genre weit besser zusagt“, als das italienische „Volksleben“. Im April 1858 reiste Knaus über Terracina, Capua nach Neapel, um im Juni in Wiesbaden anzukommen.

Im Juli hielt er sich wieder in Willingshausen auf. Ende September kehrte er nach Paris zurück, wo er von Winterhalter das Atelier übernahm. Als eines der wichtigsten Werke, das er im September in Willingshausen begonnen hatte zu malen, ist „Die goldene Hochzeit“ anzusehen. 1859 ist Knaus ab Januar bis Oktober in Deutschland, England und Belgien auf Reisen. Im Oktober heiratete er Henriette Hoffmann, die Tochter des Besitzers des „Europäischen Hofes“ in Wiesbaden. Anschließend fuhr er wieder nach Paris.

Im Juni 1860 kehrte Knaus endgültig nach Deutschland zurück, wo er sich in seiner Heimatstadt Wiesbaden auf dem Geisberg ein Atelier bauen ließ. Im Herbst 1861 übersiedelte er nach Berlin. In den darauffolgenden Jahren hielt er sich verschiedentlich wieder in Wiesbaden, Willingshausen und dem Schwarzwald auf. Im Juni 1867 reiste er zur Weltausstellung nach Paris, wo seine Gemälde „Hoheit auf Reisen“; „Invalide beim Weißbier“ und „Kartenspielende Schusterjungen“ im Beisein des Hofes von Napoleon III. mit dem Ehrenpreis der Großen Goldenen Medaille und dem Offizierskreuz der Ehrenlegion ausgezeichnet wurden.

Im Spätherbst 1867 übersiedelte Knaus nach Düsseldorf-Pempelfort, wo er sich in der Duisburger Straße Nr. 138 ein Haus bauen ließ. Dort stand er im regen Austausch mit seinen Kollegen von der Kunstakademie.

Als Knaus 1874 zum königlich preußischen Professor ernannt- und an die Akademie der schönen Künste berufen wurde, nahm er in der Reichshauptstadt seinen ständigen Wohnsitz. In Berlin betraute man ihn mit der Leitung eines Meisterateliers. Dort war u.a. Knut Ekvall sein Schüler.

1879 zog er mit Familie in das neuerbaute Haus in der Hildebrandstraße 17. Als Porträtist war Knaus mittlerweile so begehrt, dass ihn die Nationalgalerie Berlin beauftragte, Bildnisse des Historikers Theodor Mommsen und des Physikers Hermann von Helmholtz zu malen. Ihn selbst ehrte die Nationalgalerie, indem sie eine von dem Bildhauer Otto Lessing geschaffene marmorne Porträthalbfigur ankaufte, die jedoch im Zweiten Weltkrieg vernichtet wurde. Von Berlin aus besuchte Knaus in den nächsten Jahren noch drei Mal Willingshausen. Außerdem führten ihn Reisen ins Ausland, 1884 nach London, 1885 nach Wien und Budapest, 1889 nach Paris, 1898 nach Rom und 1909 ein letztes Mal nach Paris. Als Knaus am 7. Dezember in Berlin starb, wurde er auf dem Friedhof Dahlem beigesetzt.

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