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Love in the time of cholera
El amor en los tiempos del cólera (película)
                                               

El amor en los tiempos del cólera (película)

El amor en los tiempos del cólera es una película de 2007 dirigida por Mike Newell y protagonizada por Giovanna Mezzogiorno, Javier Bardem y Benjamin Bratt. La película fue rodada principalmente en la ciudad de Cartagena de Indias en el año 2006 y está basada en la novela homónima del escritor colombiano Gabriel García Márquez. Cuenta con la participación de varios actores de origen hispano.

El amor en los tiempos del cólera
                                               

El amor en los tiempos del cólera

El amor en los tiempos del cólera es una novela del escritor colombiano Gabriel García Márquez, publicada en 1985. Es una novela dedicada al verdadero amor. La novela se inspiró en la forma en que se desarrolló la relación de los padres de García Márquez. Para escribirla se entrevistó durante varios días con sus padres, cada uno por separado, para encontrar más detalles de cómo iba a escribir la novela.

Cola dellAmatrice
                                               

Cola dellAmatrice

Nicola Filotesio, más conocido como Cola dellAmatrice, fue un pintor, arquitecto y escultor italiano.

                                               

Thomas Deloney

Thomas Deloney fue un novelista y escritor de baladas inglés. Deloney parece haber trabajado como tejedor de seda en Norwich, pero se encontraba ya en Londres en 1586. En el transcurso de la siguiente década, escribió unas cincuenta baladas, algunas de las cuales le produjeron problemas y provocaron que fuese discreto durante algún tiempo. Su obra como novelista, género en el que puede comparársele con Robert Greene y Thomas Nashe, no fue tenida en cuenta hasta mucho después. Parece haberse dedicado la novela para mantenerse fuera de problemas. Menos influenciado por John Lyly y otros autores anteriores que Greene, es más natural, simple y directo, y escribe sobre ciudadanos de la clase media y comerciantes con un ligero humor. De sus novelas, Thomas of Reading está escrita en honor a los tratantes y vendedores de telas, ​ Jack of Newbury dedicada a los tejedores y The gentle craft alabando el trabajo de los zapateros. Murió pobre, pero fue "enterrado con dignidad". Existen evidencias que sugieren que su hijo viajó la colonia de Virginia. Sus descendientes se extendieron por Alabama, Tejas y Tennessee.

                                               

Pierre-Joseph Amoreux

Pierre-Joseph Amoreux fue un médico, y naturalista francés. Fue bibliotecario de la Facultad de Medicina de Montpellier. Fue autor de muchas obras sobre medicina, historia natural, agricultura, y botánica. Y fue correspondiente de la Sociedad Real de Agricultura de París, a partir de 1785.

                                               

Richard Delamaine

Richard Delamaine o Delamain, fue un matemático inglés, conocido por sus trabajos en la regla de cálculo circular y los relojes de sol.

Península Amortajado
                                               

Península Amortajado

La península Amortajado, también llamada isla Amortajado, es un morro chileno perteneciente la comuna de Maullín en la provincia de Llanquihue, Región de Los Lagos. Corresponde a una península conectada al continente por un itsmo de arena. Se encuentra frente la villa de Amortajado. En un relato anónimo de 1769 recogido por el historiador Walter Hanisch, se señala que la península recibe su nombre debido a que, mirada desde el mar, se asemeja a un difunto tendido. ​

Eusebius Amort
                                               

Eusebius Amort

Nació en Bibermuhle, cerca de Tolz, en la Alta Baviera. Estudió en Múnich y, aún a una temprana edad, se unió la orden de canónigos regulares de Polling, en la que, poco después de su ordenación en 1717, comenzó a dar clases de teología y filosofía. En 1733 partió hacia Roma, donde trabajó con el cardenal Niccolo Maria Lercari. Regresó a Polling dos años después, desde donde se dedicó el resto de su vida a reavivar el aprendizaje en la región de Baviera. Falleció allí en 1775, a los 83 años de edad.

Antoine-François Delandine
                                               

Antoine-François Delandine

Antoine-François Delandine es un abogado y escritor francés. ​ Abogado en el parlamento de Dijón y en el de París, es elegido como diputado por la provincia de Forez para los Estados Generales. Es encarcelado durante el Terror por su oposición a los republicanos. Sobrevive y recupera su libertad el 9 de termidor y publica el Tableau des prisons de Lyon que logra varias ediciones. ​

Populus deltoides
                                               

Populus deltoides

El álamo negro de Norteamérica es un árbol nativo de Norteamérica, se encuentra creciendo en el este, centro y sur de Estados Unidos, también en la parte sur de Canadá y el norte de México. ​

Love in the Time of Cholera
                                               

Love in the Time of Cholera

Love in the Time of Cholera is a novel by Colombian Nobel prize winning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez. The novel was first published in Spanish in 1985. Alfred A. Knopf published an English translation in 1988, and an English-language movie adaptation was released in 2007.

Anacithara themeropis
                                               

Anacithara themeropis

Original description The length of the ventricose shell attains 5 mm, its diameter 2 mm. Two forms have been seen by us, differing in colour as follows: - In what would be considered the type, an ashy brown is the prevailing hue, filleted round the whorls transversely with bluish white. In the other, a handsomer variety, a warm ochre with flecking and median brown linear banding round the three last whorls, which are seven in number altogether. The form of the shell is oblong. It is very solid, obtusely ribbed with fine spiral striae. The outer lip is extremely thickened. The inner lip is simple. The aperture is ovate. The columella is simple.

                                               

Mangelia theskeloides

The length of the shell attains 8 mm, its diameter 4 mm. Original description The fusiform, somewhat solid shell becomes attenuate towards the apex. It contains seven whorls. The whorls of the protoconch are imperfect in all the examples examined. They are tinged with blackish brown. The subsequent whorls are turreted, tumid and brightly ochraceous. They are ornamented with strong longitudinal ribs, which number eleven on the body whorl. These are crossed by spiral close striae, which are not shown on elder worn specimens. The most conspicuous feature is a series of darker blackish-brown zones.one just above the suture of each whorl and another in the centre of the lowest. These zones are interrupted and only appear between the ribs, the remainder of the surface being painted with light brown scattered dots and flames, a series of light spiral maculations just below the sutures being specially prominent. The aperture is narrow, oblong, the dark zone shows transversely across the interior. The outer lip is incrassate, sinus very obscure. The columella is straight and stained with brown at the base.

                                               

Cryptophasa themerodes

Cryptophasa themerodes is a moth in the family Xyloryctidae. It was described by Turner in 1904. It is found in Australia, where it has been recorded from Queensland. The wingspan is about 35 mm. The forewings are whitish, intimately mixed with grey, and with some dark fuscous scales. The discal dots are scantily represented by dark fuscous scales, the first at one-third, the second beyond the middle and the third on the fold obliquely beyond the first. There are several dark fuscous dots near the termen. The hindwings are whitish, towards the termen suffused with pale fuscous.

Compsodrillia thestia
                                               

Compsodrillia thestia

The length of the shell attains 14 mm, its diameter 5 mm. Original description The slender, acute shell is strongly sculptured, with pale brownish clouding on a yellowish white ground. The protoconch is smooth, inflated, and consists of 1½ whorl, followed by about eight sculptured whorls. The suture is distinct, undulated, strongly appressed, thick-edged, with a strong cord immediately behind the strongly constricted smooth anal fasciole. Other spiral sculpture consists of on the spire one or two strong peripheral cords, swollen and almost angulated where they override the ribs. On the body whorl there are six or seven cords with much wider interspaces and as many more smaller close-set threads on the siphonal canal. The axial sculpture consists of seven or eight very prominent short ribs on the penultimate whorl; fading out on the body whorl, and rather prominent widely spaced incremental lines most conspicuous on the body whorl. The aperture is subovate. The anal sulcus is conspicuous, rounded, with a marked subsutural callus. The outer lip is thin, moderately arcuate, not varicose. The inner lip shows a coat of enamel with the anterior edge raised. The columella is short, straight. The siphonal canal is hardly differentiated from the aperture.

Loversall
                                               

Loversall

Loversall is a village and civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster in South Yorkshire, England. It has a population of 128, increasing to 156 at the 2011 Census. The village consists mainly of residential properties and farm buildings. There is also a popular childrens nursery. Although there was once a village shop there are no shops currently located within the village. However, there is major supermarket adjacent to Loversall Parish, within the development known as Woodfield Plantation. There are also a small number of shops and a Post Office in the adjacent village of Wadworth. Loversall Lakes Quarry Farm is a popular fishing facility and periodically the fields around Loversall are used for clay pigeon shooting. St Katherines Church is a Grade II* listed building. It appears to have been built before 1207 by the Fossard family, who owned the Manor of Hexthorpe under Count Robert de Mortain half brother to William the Conqueror. Within the churchyard lies an early 14th-century tomb chest which is also Grade II* listed. Loversall Hall, next to the church, is a large but plainly-built house, its principal front built by the Fenton family of Leeds between 1808 and 1816, although the buildings at the rear are probably seventeenth century. Loversall was part of the manor of Doncaster, and its church, dedicated to St Katherine, was technically a chapel of ease in the parish of Doncaster, rather than a fully-fledged parish church. There are a number of working farms in the Parish, including Quarry Farm adjacent to the A60 and Loversall Farm, the farmhouse for which is located within the village. Pear Tree Farm, also within the village, is no longer a working farm but the farmhouse, thought to be around 250 years old, remains in residential use.

Thespieus
                                               

Thespieus

Thespieus opigena Hewitson, 1866 Thespieus argentina Draudt, 1923 Thespieus vividus Mabille, 1891 Thespieus xarina Hayward, 1948 Thespieus abatira J. Zikan, 1938 Thespieus castor Hayward, 1948 Thespieus catochra Plotz, 1882 Thespieus abauna J. Zikan, 1938 Thespieus matucanae Lindsey, 1925 Thespieus dalman Latreille, Thespieus thona Evans, 1955 Thespieus macareus Herrich-Schaffer, 1869 Thespieus aspernatus Draudt, 1923 Thespieus tihoneta Weeks, 1901 Thespieus xarippe Butler, 1870 Thespieus zikani Mielke, 1971 Thespieus pinda Evans, 1955 Thespieus peruviae Lindsey, 1925 Thespieus tapayuna J. Zikan, 1938 Thespieus othna Butler, 1870 Thespieus caraca Evans, 1955

Themara
                                               

Themara

Themara is a genus of tephritid or fruit flies in the family Tephritidae. Many species have the head elongated sideways with the eyes placed on the extensions. Their biology is largely unknown but are thought to breed on rotting wooden logs or tree trunks. There are about 10 species distributed in South and Southeast Asia and include: T. maculipennis T. lunifera T. jacobsoni T. hirsuta T. andamanensis T. hirtipes T. extraria T. nigrifacies T. yunnana T. ampla

                                               

Timecop1983

Jordy Leenaerts, better known by the stage name Timecop1983, is a Dutch electronic musician from Eindhoven, producing music in the synthwave genre. His debut album, Childhood Memories, was released in 2014, followed by Journeys in the same year. The albums Reflections and Night Drive were released respectively in 2015 and 2018. He explained in an interview that his stage name came about as a mix from Futurecop! and his year of birth.

Theseis
                                               

Theseis

Theseis was a third-person action-adventure video game developed by Greek indie development team Track7 Games. Development began in 2004, and the game was planned for release on the Xbox 360 and PC in early 2008. The game would be set in modern-day Athens and star a duo of paranormal investigators caught between mundane and supernatural worlds. The game would have featured a cast of characters from Greek mythology, while the plot would have players follow clues in search of a long-lost ancient artifact that could spell disaster for the entire human race. Despite garnering a lot of interest by both local and international media, Theseis languished in development hell for almost half a decade, before being unceremoniously cancelled in August 2009 due to a shortage in funds.

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