Minggu, 04 Maret 2018

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HELLO GEORGETOWN

We’re bringing you a bigger and better location, with more of what you
love about our women’s men’s and weddings & party collections and the
introduction of our Ludlow Suit Shop.
OPENING APRIL 2013

In the meantime, stop by our current J. Crew Store located just a few
doors down on M Street or shop JCREW.COM (it’s open 24/7).
For hiring opportunities, email georgetown@jcrew.com.



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CALL FOR PROPOSALS
(Fund by the European Commission)

The ongoing outbreaks of H5N1 Avian Influenza in Indonesia have had a significant impact. Since August 2003, more than 10 million livestock have been affected and the H5N1 virus has crossed the species barrier resulting in at least 135 confirmed human cases with 110 deaths. Moreover, the potential exists for the H5N1 Avian Influenza virus to trigger a human pandemic.

Research on clinical disease, virology and epidemiology of H5N1 in Indonesia is needed to understand the ecology and variability in transmission to human. To foster essential research, WHO requests for proposal that will then be evaluated through a review process. The awards will then be made to compentent researchers and institutions focused on research of local scientists and public health professionals. Areas for research include:

1.       Studies of disease ecology, transmission, and epidemiology.
2.       Studies of clinical spectrum and management of disease.


Detailed information of call for proposal, include: application and assessment process, assessment criteria and deadline of proposal submission, is attached and available at WHO Indonesia Country Office Website. 


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We are proud to announce
We outgrew our old place

Our new address is:
NeoSys Computer Store
Jl. Melati Utara No. 14
Lumajang – 67316
Our old store becomes our new
NeoSys Service Centre
Same address
Same phone number
Quality for the unmatched performance

Contact us:
089922376549837
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Starting from 1st January 2018, we open branches in several big cities such as Medan, Denpasar, Lombok and Makassar.


It allows the administrative aspect of our business to be conducted in regional locations. It is hoped that we will be able to meet closely with customers and stores in a more effective manner.






text A
Notice of the 25th Annual General Meeting
Notice is hereby given that the 25th Annual General Meeting of PT BerlianBuana will be held on Monday, 26th March 2018 at 9 a.m. at Rama Sinta Meeting Hall, at 6th floor of Ramayana Hotel, to transact the following business.
Ordinary Business:
1.       To receive, consider, approve, and adopt the Audited Financial Statements of the company for the year ended 31st December 2017, together with the Directors’ and Auditors’ Report thereon.
2.       To appoint auditors for the year ending 31st December 2018 and fix their remuneration. The retiring auditors Erlina Marwan & Co. being eligible have offered themselves for re-appointment.
3.       To elect three Directors as fixed by the Board of Directors for a term of three years in accordance with the provisions of section 157(1) of the Companies Ordinance. The names of the retiring directors are:
-          Karina Dewanti
-          LukmanPurwanto

-          RestiKusumaningrum    (TRUE)
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So far, we are well known as the producer of men’s fashion, especially T-shirts, shirts and jackets. Now, we have expanded our products, for men and women. The products will not only be people’s wear, but also shoes and bags. We plan to produce products for children in the future.
We guarantee all the products are high qualified as we always choose the best materials.

If you are curious about our new products, you should not worry. We will issue a monthly catalogue in order that you know our new products and their prices. For promotion, we will give you discounts for this month’s purchase of several items.

FandyIrawan (Manager) (TRUE)
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WE’RE PREGNANT!
You are invited to join our celebration at
Wardsworth Dining Hall
Tuesday 27th March 2018
6PM – 10PM
Love, Alyssa & Robert (FALSE)
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Student Writing Contest

THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY invites submissions of poetry, fiction and personal or journalistic essays for this year’s Student Writing Contest.
CATEGORIES:Poetry, fiction and personal or journalistic essays\MANUSCRIPTS should be typewritten (one side only, please) double-spaced, and accompanied by a cover sheet with the following information: title category, word count, author’s name, address, phone number, e-mail address (if available) and academic institution. Of this information, only the title should appear on the manuscript itself.

POST MARK SUBMISSIONS BY DECEMBER AND SEND TO:
Student writing Contest
The Atlantic Monthly
77 N. Washington Steer
Boston, MA 02114 (TRUE)

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MAKE TRACKS
TO THE
UNIVERSITY PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY
AND
GO
WILD….
READ!

2015 Summer Reading Club
Kick-off Party
Saturday, May 21st 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM
·         Prizes
·         Surprises Balloons Refreshments Entertainment
·         Tons of Fun!
Meet your friends in the Big Top Tent on the Chase Bank parking lot to sign up and join the fun!
The UPPL Summer Reading Club is underwritten by
CHASE BANK 6517 Hillcrest at Daniel (TRUE)










Senin, 19 Februari 2018

feature tense a bad score

zabdul :i think you'll be very sad
togar    : why you very sad
zabdul : because i bad a score
togar    :why you have a bad score
zabdul  : because yesterday I left the bimbel
togar    : you should go yesterday
zabdul  : yes i am very sorry
togar    : ok,do not repeat it again,bye.
zabdul :wait where are you going ?
togar   : i'm going to eat in bazzar.
zabdul :oh, can I just eat with you?
togar    :ohhh, yes sure.

Minggu, 14 Januari 2018

My Last Holiday

Holiday At home is not sad, but instead become a lot of learning, especially with friends and friends who can take me on the road straight towards the pleasure of god, and my friend only 4 people who always invite me closer to God. swt.

In every call to pray he is a friend "I always invite me to pray.

and that's not all that me and my friends do while on vacation at home.

Since I have a house to gather with my house friends with 4 friends sayapun take the initiative to clean the house to be comfortable occupied, so me and my 4 friends also decorate the house.

After that I planned to go to the mall, dim me confused what to do at the time,

Then I remember the bottom of a new movie that is jumanji, then my friend and I went to xxi and bought the jumanji movie tickets at 20:30.

When finished shooting at 22.30 pm I immediately took mesan and finally I can go home, my house does not go to bed but directly watch tv in empty house with my friend, my old friend and I got bored and saw there my friend and play cards say "ah bosen, playing yuk card ", then I also play cards, and do not feel the time at 2:30 pm.
and every day I like that.

Rabu, 04 Oktober 2017

LDKS (Latihan Dasar Kepemimpinan Siswa)





               Location Pussenif (Yudha Wastu Pramukha)



On September 21-23 I implemented Basic Training Leadership students,
at that time on the 21st of september I leave from home at 6:25 when at 6:30 o'clock must udh there, all because waiting for my friend he was showering at 6:15 was when he woke up the reason '' I think at 8.30 '' said sahid.
then I can class D and it turns out that class D has high solidarity,
in class D has 25 students led by qafqa and represented by me, class D has a trainer named pak supri And pak like son pinem, he is the coach sparko.then on 22 september at 01.00 I was woken up in an emergency and had to wear a full-fledged pant, At that time there are still many students who are still incomplete and get punished by the trainers, I'm still lucky I wore a full outfit. After waiting for old students who was convicted and then we continue to pray tahajud congregation after beres prayers tahajud bejamaah very sleepy I returned the lust to continue sleeping.
then we were awoken at 04.30 to pray shubuh congregation.
after dawn prayers in congregation I continue my morning gymnastics, after my morning gymnastics I returned the lust to do clean clean bandan or bath
after a shower I went on breakfast.
  In the afternoon I arrived on the materials from the trainers, after doing the material I continued the line up.
then after the line lined up we returned the splendor to ready to ready the way to the Garden of the Heroes of the tomb by foot.
after the garden tomb of the hero right on maghrib prayer then I do maghrib prayer first.
then at 22.00 me and my class D went to TPU hero to do the night karaka, in there I got abercromatic question asked to tell about the news content provided by the coach and can only be told at the end of the post only, it turns out it happened post errors that should be below but this is above the grave and there I got punishment road squats and push ups are very tiring and the most unpleasant when it was told to eat wooden candy that feels bitter.

I had the most exciting experience of doing a night in a hero TPU (Public Cemetery).
And according to I The event tersbut less long and less satisfied.

Rabu, 27 September 2017

Resume Beautiful place

Acropolis

                                                 foto: arounddeglobe.com
The Acropolis is a rocky high plateau ashigh as 156 m, and there are some ancient ruins of buildings that used to be the temple that became the historic center of Athens. Now the Acropolis is a testament to the history of the pride of Athens about the glory around 2,400 years ago.

The Acropolis, built 1,300 years old, is actually a beautiful little town, until the Persian kingdom destroyed it in 480 BC. A year later the Greek armies defeated the Persians and rebuilt the temples. Between 467 and 404 s.m the building was completed. In 1834 Athens became the capital of Greece, king Otto designated the Acropolis as a protected archaeological building. The 1975 Acropolis was restored
sumber;Wikipedia.com



The Acropolis is an ancient fortress located above the rocks high above Athens and one of the most famous is the Parthenon. Although it got a big attack from the Byzantine Empire this site still stands majestic until now and became one of the favorite destinations in Europe,
The Acropolis is a reference to Greeko-Roman texts that had been formally rejected by the Bauhaus movement in Germany and several other countries in mainland Europe in the early 1900s, which had dominated mainland Europe since the Middle Ages after the Renaissance. The true basic theory of Greeko-Roman architecture by most historians and architectural critics is regarded as the most enduring architectural science as it appears throughout the ages, including in Sasds.
Parthenon
The Parthenon is a temple to the goddess Athena built at the peak of the highest proof in Athens, at Acropolis ("Kota Tinggi"). In the Late Bronze Age, around 1300 BC, the Acropolis was the residence of the kings, as well as the last place of defense if the city of Athens was attacked. After the Dark Ages, the city of Athens was no longer governed by the king, instead they adopted the oligarchy. Thus, the Acropolis was no longer the residence of the king, instead, it became a sacred place for the goddess Athena, and the Athenians built a temple for her there.

The first Athena temple in Acropolis was first built in the Arkaik period and is made of limestone. When the Persian forces conquered Athens in the Persian-Greek War, they destroyed the temple, just before the Battle of Salamis in 480 BC. After the war, the remains of the temple were buried under the Acropolis.

Parthenon
For a long time after the Greco-Persian War, the Athenians let the Acropolis as a ruin and did not attempt to renovate it, as a war memorial. In the 440s BC, the Athenians wanted to re-establish their Parthein with greater and more beautiful.

To rebuild the Parthenon, Athens needs a lot of money. The Athens government outsmarted this problem by taking out the Delos League dues and using it to build the Parthenon. The Delos League is the alliance of the city-states in Greece led by the city of Athens. The money itself comes from payments by all members and the League and in fact it should be used for the benefit of the League, which is fighting against the Persians. But because Athena needed a lot of money and had more power over the League of Delos, they dared to take the money for their own benefit.


Parthenon in Acropolis at night
Athena hired two famous architects, Kallikrates and Iktinus, as well as a famous sculptor, Pheidias, to build the Parthenon. This time the whole building was made of marble and featured the latest architectural style, and with a larger size.

Parthenon architects want to build the finest temples in Greece. When most of the Greek temples had six poles on the front, the Parthenon had eight columns. Other Greek temples are decorated by friz (metallic boulder only) or methane (individually decorated stone panels) only, while the Parthenon has friz and metope as well. There is a series of triglif and metaphor in the main arkitraf, above the Doria-style pole, and there is friz in the deep arkitraf, above the Ionian-style pole. So when another Greek temple had a pole with only one style, the Partheon poles were made in two styles.

The Doria-style Parthenon pole
Architects want to make Parthenon as beautiful as possible. Kallicrates and Iktines wanted the Parthenon to appear floating, so they designed this temple slightly curved toward the middle, so that the Parthenon seemed to be flying into the air. They also know that if the pole is made straight, then the optical illusion will make the temple appear thin in the center, so they design the pole to be thicker in the center, so that all the posts will be upright and as thick.


Pheidias Shows Friz Parthenon to his friends, Lawrence Alma-Tadema's 1868 painting
At the front of the Parthenon, in a triangular pediment, Pheidias sculptures the rivalry scene between the goddess Athena and the god Poseidon as the main god in the city of Athens. In the back pediment, he puts a sculpture depicting the birth of the goddess Athena from the head of the god Zeus. Unfortunately, most of the pediment is now damaged, and the remaining parts are now stored in the museum.

Reconstruction of Parthenon's eastern perimeter depicting the birth of the goddess Athena from the head of Zeus
On metope, just under the roof of the Parthenon, Pheidias sculptures the battle scene between the Lapith tribe against the Kentaur creatures of the story of Kentauromakhia, the Greeks against the Amazonians from the story of Amazonomakhia, the gods against the giants of the Gigantomakhia story, and the scene of the destruction of Troy by Greek troops.


One metope in the Parthenon illustrates the struggle between Lapiths against Kentaur
All of these stories show the greatness and superiority of the Greeks and Greeks of other nations and civilizations in general, and how the Greek men and gods were able to defeat all against them, from giants, kentaurs, Trojans, to women (Amazon tribes).

In the Parthenon friz, Pheidias sculpted the Athenian ritual, along with the girls in the front, who brought new clothes to the goddess Athena in her temple.


Metope that depicts the dress offerings for the goddess Athena
Most of the sculptures are made in a beautiful new style, all of whose characters seem to move gracefully, and their clothes seem to float and are so thin, almost transparent that all the muscles and tendons they, beautifully portrayed, can be seen. The other Friz on the Parthenon described the young Athenians riding horses. The horses feel excited about being in the parade, and the riders are trying to control it. This sculpture demonstrates Pheidias's ability to display horse and human movements. Friz rider at the Parthenon Inside the Parthenon, 

Pheidias sculptures an enormous statue of the goddess Athena, made of gold and ivory (kriselefantin). The statue is called Athena Parthenos. Unfortunately this statue is now gone, because the statue has been melted by people to take his gold. The replica of the Athena Parthenos statue in the United States Parthenon stands as a symbol of Athens's triumph for about eight hundred years. When the Athenians converted to Christianity around AD 400, they converted the Parthenon into a Christian church, and it remained standing for a thousand years. But when the Ottoman Empire ruled Greece around the 1400s, they were not so interested in the Christian church because they were Muslims, so Parthenon gradually began to break down and be neglected. In the 1600s AD,

 the Ottomans used the Parthenon as a storage for ammunition in the war against the Venetians. The Ottomans thought that no one would attack the Parthenon so that their ammunition was safe there. But in 1687, someone accidentally ignited the ammunition and made it explode. This incident made many of Parthenon's carvings and roofs crumble. The southern part of the Parthenon severely damaged by the explosion of 1867 In the 1700s, an Englishman named Lord Elgin bought Parthenon sculptures from the Ottoman government and brought them to England. 
Now the sculptures are in the Museum of Britain. Many felt that the sculpture should have returned to the city of Athens, while others felt that the sculpture should remain in England. The statues of the Parthenon are now in the Museum of Britain.
https://id.wikibooks.org/wiki/Yunani_Kuno/Arsitektur/Parthenon

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Q & A

1.what year does this building stand on?
2.where is the location of the building?
3.who has designated the acropolis as an archaeological building?
4.who bought Parthenon sculptures from the Ottoman government and brought them to England?
5.who carved a huge statue of the goddess Athena?

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HELLO GEORGETOWN We’re bringing you a bigger and better location, with more of what you love about our women’s men’s and weddings &am...