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Borée (Ardèche)

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Borée est une commune française soccer goalie shirt, située dans le département de l’Ardèche en région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes.

Borée vient du nord-occitan bòria qui veut dire “ferme, métairie (français “borie”).

L’évolution du nombre d’habitants est connue à travers les recensements de la population effectués dans la commune depuis 1793. À partir du début des années 2000, les populations légales des communes sont publiées annuellement. Le recensement repose désormais sur une collecte d’information annuelle, concernant successivement tous les territoires communaux au cours d’une période de cinq ans. Pour les communes de moins de 10 000 habitants, une enquête de recensement portant sur toute la population est réalisée tous les cinq ans, les populations légales des années intermédiaires étant quant à elles estimées par interpolation ou extrapolation toothpaste dispenser reviews. Pour la commune, le premier recensement exhaustif entrant dans le cadre du nouveau dispositif a été réalisé en 2008.

En 2014, la commune comptait 164 habitants, en diminution de -2,38 % par rapport à 2009 (Ardèche : 2,73 % , France hors Mayotte : 2,49&nbsp swiss water bottle;%)

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Zheng Ruozeng

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Zheng Ruozeng (chinois simplifié : 郑若曾 ; chinois traditionnel : 鄭若曾&nbsp running belt india;; pinyin : zhèng ruòzēng), né en 1503 à Kunshan, près de Suzhou, dans la province du Jiangnan, en Chine impériale, et décédé en 1570, est un cartographe chinois de la Dynastie Ming (1368 – 1644), ayant notamment cartographié le Japon et le Royaume de Ryūkyū.

Il est le premier à produire des cartes aussi complètes des côtes chinoises, en raison des attaques des corsaires japonais wholesale long socks, les Wakō (ou en chinois, wokou (倭寇, wōkòu, « bandit japonais » ou « bandits nains »), les précédentes cartes chinoises, avant le XVIe siècle s’attachaient d’avantage au Nord et Nord-Est, les attaques provenant principalement des Mongols, Jurchens et Mandchous .

En 1540, Zheng Ruozeng compile un atlas stratégique des côtes de la Chine, de la péninsule du Liaodong, au Nord, à la province du Guangdong, au Sud.

En 1560, Il est invité par Hu Zongxian&nbsp New Balance Kids;(zh) (胡宗宪) pour devenir son conseiller, il était alors déjà en train de travailler sur son futur ouvrage de défense maritime.

En 1561, il complète une collection de carte intitulée Riben tu zuan (日本图纂 / 日本圖纂, rìběn tú zuǎn, « Compilation de cartes du Japon »), probablement en poursuivant les corsaires japonais (Wakō), ce qui lui valu la proposition de Hu Zongxian de rejoindre son équipe, dans la lutte contre les pirates Xu Hai (zh) (徐海) et Wang Zhi (zh) (汪直 ou 王直). Zheng Ruozeng n’a jamais voyagé au Japon, il a compilé des informations recueillies sur les côtes du Sud de la Chine, auprès de personnes affectées par les raids des corsaires, de wokou capturés, et de marchants chinois ayant visité Nagasaki pour des échanges marchants. Jiang Zhou et Chen Keyuan sont deux personnes lui ayant fourni beaucoup de documents à ce sujet.

Il est l’auteur du Chouhai tubian (筹海图编 / 籌海圖編, chóuhǎi túbiān, « essai illustré sur la défense maritime ». Ce texte existe en trois ou quatre éditions datant de 1562 à 1624, l’édition de 1624, par les descendants de Hu Zongxian, ont retiré la mention du nom de Zheng Ruozeng comme auteur. Il y décrit les marins japonais, comme de mauvais navigateurs, se reportant aux rapports des XIVe siècle et XVe siècle, décrivant les routes qu’ils empruntent et leurs armes. Il y décrit également leur navires comme ayant le fond trop plat pour une bonne navigation en haute mer.

Il jouissait d’une très bonne santé à l’âge de 60 ans.

Il a principalement élaboré des œuvres sur la défense sur les mers et les fleuves

Carte du royaume de Ryūkyū, paru dans « Description illustrée du Royaume Ryukyu » (《琉球圖説》),

Jonque de guerre chinoise dans « Chouhai tubian » (籌海圖編) en 1562

Plan de côtes, d”embouchures et de fortifications.

Rafiq Hüseynov

Rafiq Hüseynov (* 15. Mai 1988) ist ein aserbaidschanischer Ringer footbal socks. Er wurde 2011 Europameister im griechisch-römischen Stil im Weltergewicht.

Rafiq Hüseynov begann als Jugendlicher 1996 mit dem Ringen. Seit Beginn seiner Karriere ist sein Vater Radik Hüseynov sein Trainer. Er ist Angehöriger der aserbaidschanischen Armee und Mitglied von Dinamo Baku. Er ringt nur im griechisch-römischen Stil und startet als Erwachsener bei einer Größe von 1,75 Metern im Weltergewicht, der Gewichtsklasse bis 75 kg Körpergewicht.

Rafiq Hüseynov begann seine internationale Karriere bereits im Alter von 15 Jahren, als er 2003 bei der Junioren-Europameisterschaft (Cadets) in Rostow am Don in der Gewichtsklasse bis 54 kg Körpergewicht startete, allerdings dort noch mit dem 11. Platz vorliebnehmen musste. Danach startete er noch bei sieben weiteren internationalen Juniorenmeisterschaften. Am erfolgreichsten schnitt er dabei in den Jahren 2007 und 2008 ab. Er wurde z.B. 2007 in Belgrad Vize-Europameister der Altersgruppe Juniors im Leichtgewicht und belegte im gleichen Jahr bei der Junioren-Weltmeisterschaft in Peking im Leichtgewicht hinter dem Russen Ruslan Belcharojew und Aibek Jenekschanow aus Kasachstan den 3 football wholesale jerseys. Platz. Bei der Junioren-Europameisterschaft 2008 in Kosice gewann er im Weltergewicht sogar den Europameistertitel vor Sergei Proskurow aus der Ukraine und Arsen Kachabrischwili aus Georgien. Bei der Junioren-Weltmeisterschaft 2008 in Istanbul startete er wieder im Leichtgewicht und kam dort nach vier Siegen und einer Niederlage gegen Saeid Abdevali aus dem Iran auf den 3. Platz.

Bei der Weltmeisterschaft in Herning/Dänemark bestritt er seinen ersten Start bei einer internationalen Meisterschaft bei den Senioren. Er bestritt dort im Weltergewicht fünf gute Kämpfe underwater smartphone case, von denen er drei gewann. Gegen Mark Overgaard Madsen aus Norwegen und gegen Farshad Alizadeh Kalehkeshi aus dem Iran im Kampf um die Bronzemedaille verlor er und belegte damit den 5. Platz. Den gleichen Platz belegte er auch bei der Weltmeisterschaft 2010 in Moskau. Er gewann auch dort drei Kämpfe und unterlag gegen den späteren Weltmeister Selçuk Çebi aus der Türkei und im Kampf um den 3. Platz gegen Emil Scharafedtinow aus Russland New Balance Kids.

Bei der Europameisterschaft 2011 in Dortmund gelang ihm dann im Weltergewicht der große Wurf. Er besiegte dort Racardo Gil Sorli aus Spanien, den Olympiadritten von Peking Christophe Guenot aus Frankreich, Jure Kare aus Slowenien, den Weltmeister von 2009 und 2010 Selcuk Cebi und Péter Bácsi aus Ungarn und wurde damit Europameister. Bei der Weltmeisterschaft dieses Jahres in Istanbul siegte er zunächst über Asisbek Murodow, Usbekistan und Daniar Kobonow, Kirgisistan, verlor dann aber gegen Neven Zugaj aus Kroatien, womit dieser ausschied und nur den 13.Platz belegte. 2012 kam Rafik Huseinow bei der Europameisterschaft nicht zum Einsatz und er konnte sich auch nicht für die Teilnahme an den Olympischen Spielen in London qualifizieren.

2013 war er wieder bei der Europameisterschaft, die in Tiflis stattfand, am Start. Er verlor dort aber gleich seinen ersten Kampf gegen den erst 20-jährigen Deutschen Pascal Eisele, schied damit aus und kam nur auf den 18. Platz.

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Fantasy bond

The fantasy bond is a type of relationship where the basic tie is based on routines and roles, rather than spontaneous feelings waterproof pouch dry bag case. It is a term used to describe an imaginary connection formed originally by the infant with the parent or primary caregiver, but also describes an illusory connection to another person that adults attempt to establish in their intimate associations, which leads to deterioration in the relationship.

This type of bond is differentiated from the positive bonding that occurs in secure attachments. The fantasy bond offers an illusion of love which prevents real emotional contact, and can be linked to the pseudo-independence of the self-parenting character.

The origins of a fantasy bond can be found in the failures of childhood parenting, denial of which leads to an over-valuation and idealisation of the parent/parents in question.

The result can be a sense of grandiosity based on the internalisation of the parental value systems, an acceptance of the inner critic with its automatic thoughts as a substitute for real relating.

Such over-idealisation of the past protects against the re-emergence of painful memories, but also ties into the perpetuation of current ersatz relationships with only the object of idolatry changed in the new fantasy bond. The fantasy bond acts as a painkiller that cuts off feeling responses and interferes with the development of a true sense of self, and the more a person comes to rely on fantasies of connection, the less he or she will seek or be able to accept love and affection in a real relationship.

The fantasy bond is the primary defense against separation anxiety, interpersonal pain, and existential dread. Infants naturally comfort themselves by using images and self-soothing behaviors to ease the anxiety of being separated from their caregivers, so when caregivers are often unavailable or inconsistent in meeting an infant’s needs, the infant increasingly turns to an image of being connected to them tenderizer for steak. This fantasy bond is a substitute for the love and care that may be missing.

In later life the fantasy bond may provide an illusory sense of safety against the threat of the approach of death. To varying degrees, all people tend to make imagined connections with people in their lives New Balance Kids. Many people have a fear of intimacy and at the same time are terrified of being alone. A fantasy bond allows them to maintain a certain emotional distance while relieving loneliness, but this bond reduces the possibility of achieving success in a relationship.

Therapists are warned to guard against the emergence of a false transference based on a fantasy bond and fuelled especially by narcissism.

Lincoln Continental Mark III

The Lincoln Continental Mark III is a personal luxury car of the Lincoln Mark series, that was produced by Lincoln and sold in North America in the 1969 through 1971 model years.

The Mark III was created when Lee Iacocca, president of Ford Motor Company at the time, directed Design Vice President, Gene Bordinat, to “put a Rolls Royce grille on a Thunderbird” in September 1965. The Mark III was based on the Lincoln Continental (1961-1969) and the four-door Thunderbird model, which was first introduced for 1967. Iacocca wanted to put the Thunderbird’s development investment to better use than just the Thunderbird model alone, which “was dying in the marketplace.” Instead, Ford would use that investment as a platform for several models.

Intended to compete head-to-head with Cadillac’s heavily redesigned front wheel drive Eldorado, the Mark III made its debut a clear notch above less expensive, less well-appointed personal luxury cars such as the Ford Thunderbird, Buick Riviera and Oldsmobile Toronado. As the Eldorado was built upon the Toronado frame, the Mark III’s was based off the Thunderbird’s. While the side-rail frame was identical to the Thunderbird’s, the Mark III bore almost 300 lb (140 kg) more bodywork. Power was ample from Lincoln’s all-new 460 cu in (7.5 l) 365 bhp (272 kW) V8, a member of the Ford 385 engine family.

Introduced in April 1968 as an early 1969 model, the model was a remarkable commercial success because it combined the high unit revenue of a luxury model with the low development costs and fixed cost–amortizing utility of platform-sharing, in a car that was appealing enough to buyers that many units were sold. Iacocca said, “We brought out the Mark III in April 1968, and in its very first year it outsold the Cadillac Eldorado, which had been our long-range goal. For the next five years [Marks III and IV] we had a field day, in part because the car had been developed on the cheap. We did the whole thing for $30 million, a bargain-basement price, because we were able to use existing parts and designs.” Iacocca explained that this transformed the Lincoln-Mercury Division from losing money on every luxury car (via low unit sales on high fixed costs) to a profit center that in its best year of the series earned Ford almost $1 billion profit from Lincoln alone, making the new Mark series as big a success as any he ever had in his career—a remarkable statement from an executive who led the programs for the original Ford Mustang and the Chrysler minivan family New Balance Kids. Iacocca explained of the Mark series, “The Mark is [in 1984] Ford’s biggest moneymaker, just as Cadillac is for General Motors. It’s the Alfred Sloan theory: you have to have something for everybody […] you always need a poor man’s car […] but then you need upscale cars, too, because you never know when the blue-collar guy is going to be laid off. It seems that in the United States the one thing you can count on is that even during a depression, the rich get richer. So you always have to have some goodies for them.”

The [new] Continental Mark III was a spiritual successor of the limited-production, ultra-luxurious Continental Mark II produced by a short-lived Continental division of Ford Motor Company between in 1956 and 1957. The new Mark of 1968–69, dubbed the Mark III, was actually not the first model to use the name; an earlier Continental Mark III had first worn the name in 1958. Large and somewhat extravagant even for its time, it did not sell as well as Cadillac, but nonetheless earned high reviews from motoring periodicals of the day. The 1968 Mark III was built at the enlarged facility at the Wixom, Michigan assembly plant, the same plant where future Mark-series cars would continue to be built.

In style, the Mark III was squarer and more upright than the sleek Thunderbird, featured a Rolls-Royce like grill, hidden headlights, and a classic albeit ersatz Mark II spare tire bulge on its trunk.

Standard equipment included power steering, brakes, windows, concealed headlamps, and split bench electrically adjustable front seats. The instrument panel and trim panels on the doors featured simulated wood appliques in either English Oak or East-Indian Rosewood. After a few months, a Cartier-branded clock became standard equipment. The upholstery was either the standard vinyl with cloth inserts, or the optional leather.

The 1970 model introduced a technical innovation – it was the first American-made vehicle with radial tires as standard equipment.

A vinyl roof in cavalry twill pattern was optional, but examples without the vinyl roof were rare. One reason for the rarity of the plain-roofed version is the fact that the roof was made in two pieces and required extra preparation at the factory to conceal the seam; consequently, its availability was not widely advertised. Other options included the aforementioned leather interior, air conditioning, further power adjustments for the front seats, a variety of radios and 8-track tape players used meat tenderizer for sale, tinted glass, and power locks. A limited slip differential could be ordered, as could anti-lock brakes, called “Sure Trak”. Cruise control was also an option. Finally, an automatic headlamp dimmer that dimmed the headlights for oncoming cars without driver intervention was available reusable 1 liter water bottle. Full instrumentation could be ordered.

Despite some bad reviews by the automotive press, the public took to the car, with some 7,000 built during the remainder of the 1968 model year, and another 23 football shorts and socks sale,858 cars for the 1969 model year, a respectable showing; Lincoln had always trailed Cadillac in production numbers, but the Mark III almost equalled the Eldorado, which tallied 23,333 for 1969. This was the start of a long, successful run for the Lincoln Continental Mark Series.

Because of its early introduction and extended production year, the 1969 model had several running changes made. Cars produced prior to July 1968 had a steering wheel pad with a much larger wood applique and Continental star logo than later cars. Cars produced prior to July 1968 featured a decorative stitching pattern on the face of the rear seat above the center arm rest. After July 1968 the seatbelt retractors were relocated and eight additional exterior color choices were added. Cars produced before the second week of December 1968 had white indicator needles for all instruments and controls, and an electric clock with Arabic Numerals was used. Cars Produced after the second week of December 1968 utilized orange indicator needles for all instruments and controls, and a Cartier Chronometer with Roman Numerals was installed. All cars produced after December 31, 1968 were equipped with driver and front passenger head rests as required by Federal mandate.

There were only small changes for 1970 and 21,432 were sold. The vinyl roof was made standard, windshield wipers were now concealed, and the wheel covers were redesigned. Michelin radial tires were standard equipment (a first for an American car), and a locking steering column/ignition switch replaced the dash-mounted switch per federal mandate. The metal horn ring used in ’69 was deleted from the steering wheel, replaced by a Rim Blow unit. Increasingly stringent Federal safety requirements mandated the addition of red reflectors to the rear bumper, and yellow reflectors to the sides of the front parking lamp assemblies. Although horsepower remained unchanged at 365, Federal emissions requirements were met by the installation of “Thermactor” air injection pumps on the 460 cid engine. The interior wood appliques were upgraded to genuine Walnut. The door panels were redesigned and the power seat controls were moved from the seat edge to the door arm rests. The pattern of the stitching on the seats was modified. A power sliding sun roof joined the options list.

Motor Trend’s 1970 head-to-head review of the Eldorado vs. the Mark III gave the nod, barely, to the Mark III, beginning an annual “King of the Hill” series that ran for years.

1971 saw the Golden Anniversary for the Lincoln marque, and the third and final year of Mark III production. Sales were better than ever, at 27,091 almost equal to the Eldorado’s, a harbinger for the new decade.

Little changed from the 1970 model; tinted glass became standard, as did automatic climate-controlled air conditioning and SureTrak anti-lock brakes. High-back seats became standard, and a rare special-order floor console was made available. Horsepower remained unchanged at 365, but the 460 cid V8 engine gained a more sophisticated thermostatic air cleaner assembly with its associated ductwork.

In its second annual King of the Hill contest Motor Trend (July, 1971) again gave the Continental Mark III the nod by a wider margin than 1970 despite the Lincoln being basically a warmed over 1968 model while the Cadillac was all-new from the ground up. M/T noted that the Mark III’s leather interior was far more luxurious and better detailed than the test Eldorado’s nylon cloth and the Continental’s real wood dash trim was far more attractive than the Cadillac’s simulate.

1972 would see a new, even larger car, the Mark IV, replace the Mark III.