ellauri070.html on line 431: Star Trek is an American media franchise originating from the 1960s science fiction television series Star Trek, created by Gene Roddenberry. That series, now often known as "The Original Series", debuted on September 8, 1966, and aired for three seasons on NBC. It followed the voyages of the starship USS Enterprise, a space exploration vessel built by the United Federation of Planets in the 23rd century, on a mission "to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before". In creating Star Trek, Roddenberry was inspired by C. S. Forester's Horatio Hornblower series of novels, Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels, and television westerns such as Wagon Train. Hornblowerit oli Anna-Kaisa Oraviston mielilukemistoa. Pia Pipsukka piti Heinz Konsalikista.
ellauri108.html on line 205: In 1936, Italy invaded and occupied Ethiopia, and Haile Selassie went into exile. The invasion brought international condemnation and led to growing sympathy for the Ethiopian cause. In 1937, Selassie created the Ethiopian World Federation, which established a branch in Jamaica later that decade. In 1941, the British drove the Italians out of Ethiopia and Selassie returned to reclaim his throne. Many Rastas interpreted this as the fulfilment of a prophecy made in the Book of Revelation.
ellauri108.html on line 229: The mid-1990s saw a revival of Rastafari-focused reggae associated with musicians like Anthony B, Buju Banton, Luciano, Sizzla, and Capleton. From the 1990s, Jamaica also witnessed the growth of organised political activity within the Rasta community, seen for instance through campaigns for the legalisation of cannabis and the creation of political parties like the Jamaican Alliance Movement and the Imperial Ethiopian World Federation Incorporated Political Party, none of which attained more than minimal electoral support. In 1995, the Rastafari Centralization Organization was established in Jamaica as an attempt to organise the Rastafari community.
ellauri108.html on line 270: In the 1960s, a Rasta settlement was established in Shashamane, Ethiopia, on land made available by Haile Selassie's Ethiopian World Federation. The community faced many problems; 500 acres were confiscated by the Marxist government of Mengistu Haile Mariam. There were also conflicts with local Ethiopians, who largely regarded the incoming Rastas, and their Ethiopian-born children, as foreigners. The Shashamane community peaked at a population of 2,000, although subsequently declined to around 200.
ellauri135.html on line 202: Nikolai Vasilyevich Berg was born on March 24, 1823, in Moscow City, Russian Federation. On the paternal side, he was from the Baltic nobles.
ellauri181.html on line 459: Thomas HPA on auditoitu Ison-Britannian Psykologiliitossa (British Psychological Society BPS). Thomas HPA auditoitiin European Standing Committee on Tests and Testing -komitean (European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations -järjestön komitea) asettamien kriteerien mukaisesti.
ellauri192.html on line 789: It's painful but the problem of the Russian Federation is not Putin, but the Russians, serving their patron with obsequiousness. Nowadays Putin is gaining more and more support with ordinary people. And although I don't watch Russian television nowadays, since it's all lies, there's one piece of truth in the news nowadays - Putin is gaining support. Regardless the fact that lots of Russians still don't have running water in their houses and go to the toilet outside the house, many can't find a job that can support their family, they feel pride for Putin who doesn't give away Crimea.
ellauri194.html on line 1026: The International Coaching Federation (ICF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to professional coaching. ICF has been called "the main accrediting and credentialing body for both training programs and coaches". ICF defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential...
ellauri196.html on line 607: The AFL was the largest union grouping in the United States for the first half of the 20th century, even after the creation of the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) by unions that were expelled by the AFL in 1935. The Federation was founded and dominated by craft unions throughout its first fifty years, after which many craft union affiliates turned to organizing on an industrial union basis to meet the challenge from the CIO in the 1940s. In 1955, the AFL merged with the CIO to create the AFL–CIO, which has comprised the longest lasting and most influential labor federation in the United States to this day.
ellauri196.html on line 609: Its fundamentally conservative "pure and simple" approach limited the AFL to matters pertaining to working conditions and rates of pay, relegating political goals to its allies in the political sphere. The Federation favored pursuit of workers' immediate demands rather than challenging the property rights of owners, and took a pragmatic view of politics which favored tactical support for particular politicians over formation of a party devoted to workers' interests. The AFL's leadership believed the expansion of the capitalist system was seen as the path to betterment of labor, an orientation making it possible for the AFL to present itself as what one historian has called "the conservative alternative to working class radicalism."
ellauri210.html on line 1223: In the final decade of his life, Shaw declared that "until the Federation of the World becomes an accomplished fact we must accept the most responsible Imperial federations (the anglo saxons) as a substitute for it".
ellauri213.html on line 382: Poland and the Russian Federation have an agreement whereby residents of Kaliningrad and the Polish cities of Olsztyn, Elbląg and Gdańsk may obtain special cards permitting repeated travel between the two countries, crossing the Polish–Russian border. As of July 2013, Poland had issued 100,000 of the cards. That year, the influx of Russians visiting Poland to shop at the Biedronka and Lidl supermarkets was novel enough to be featured in songs by musical group Parovoz.
ellauri214.html on line 261: P.P.S. Joku David Crane muikeilee rasvasta kiiltävä rapuliina kaulassa: aion syyttää Putinia sotarikoxesta. Tosin niihin on syyllistyneet vähävenäläisetkin mutta niitä ei lasketa. Olen kaatanut 1 presidentin, voin tehdä sen toistekin. Kyseessä oli Liberian presidentti, musta mies jolla oli joxeenkin pienet liperit. In 2017, Crane founded the Global Accountability Network to investigate international crimes in Syria, Yemen, Venezuela, and China. In 2022, his organization published a white paper titled "Russian War Crimes Against Ukraine: The Breach of International Humanitarian Law By The Russian Federation". Mustaa valkoisella. Heppu oli US Armyn rullissa 20v uran alussa. Ezellasta.
xxx/ellauri091.html on line 775: As a young student she was first attracted to the study of literature, but she was soon to take an interest in the work to which she was to devote all her energies in the period preceding the First World War: the improvement of conditions of life through social reform. The necessity of such work was first brought home to her when she became acquainted with the poverty and squalor of the slums in America’s big cities. She collaborated in the founding of a social center in Boston and undertook other practical work as well, becoming a member of the American Federation of Labor and helping to establish the Women’s Trade Union League of America.
xxx/ellauri091.html on line 812: John Raleigh Mott (May 25, 1865 – January 31, 1955) was an evangelist and long-serving leader of the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) and the World Student Christian Federation (WSCF). He received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1946 for his work in establishing and strengthening international Protestant Christian student organizations that worked to promote peace. He shared the prize with Emily Balch.
xxx/ellauri091.html on line 824: The World’s Student Christian Federation was founded in 1895 under his leadership at a meeting held in Vadstena Castle1. Following this happy event, Mott departed on his first missionary journey. He wanted to organize student associations all over the world. On this journey he visited twenty-four countries, founded seventy new associations, created national associations of Christian students in India, Ceylon, New Zealand, Australia, China, and Japan, and selected corresponding members of the world federation in Egypt, Hawaii, and in many European countries.
xxx/ellauri091.html on line 846: The three great world organizations which have flourished under his leadership for a generation – the Student Federation, the Young Men’s Christian Association, and the International Missionary Council – have in his hands been instruments for creating that spirit of Christian tolerance and love which can give peace to the world.
xxx/ellauri218.html on line 448: President of the sanitation workers’ union John Delury was jailed. Mayor Lindsay asked other unions, including District Council 37 of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, the city’s largest public employee union, to provide scabs and have their members pick up the garbage. In solidarity with the striking workers, other city workers refused.