La Angostura (Mexiko)

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Die Talsperre La Angostura befindet sich am Río Grijalva im Bundesstaat Chiapas in Mexiko meat tenderizer alternative. Sie ist auch unter dem Namen Dr. Belisario Domínguez bekannt.

Der Staudamm steht 53 km südöstlich von Tuxtla Gutiérrez bei Venustiano Carranza in einem schmalen Tal. Er ist ein 146 m hoher Steinschüttdamm und wurde 1974 von der Comision Federal de Electricidad fertiggestellt steel drinking bottle. In einem Wasserkraftwerk wird mit fünf Turbinen und Generatoren à 180 MW insgesamt eine elektrische Leistung von 900 MW erzeugt.

Der Stausee ist einer der größten der Erde und der größte Mexikos. Neben dem Grijalva gibt es mehrere weitere Zuflüsse, unter anderem: Cuxtepeques, Socoltenango, Aguacate, Morelia, Puerta.

Am Grijalva gibt es vier Wasserkraftwerke: neben La Angostura sind dies Ingeniero Manuel Moreno Torres (Chicoasén) jaccard meat tenderiser, Nezahualcóyotl (Malpaso) und General Angel Albino Corzo (Peñitas).

Es gibt sowohl in Mexiko wie auch in Costa Rica und in den USA weitere Talsperren mit dem Namen „La Angostura“.

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Quello di commendatore è uno dei gradi onorifici nei quali possono essere suddivisi gli ordini cavallereschi di merito.

Il termine deriva dall’uso, negli antichi ordini religiosi militari, di attribuire ad alcuni membri le rendite e i benefici di una commenda. I commendatori portano l’insegna dell’ordine sospesa al collo, appesa a un nastro con i colori dell’ordine.

In genere, nelle istituzioni divise in cinque classi, quello di commendatore è il grado intermedio tra quello, inferiore, di ufficiale (o cavaliere di prima classe) e quello, superiore, di grand’ufficiale (o commendatore con placca); in quelle divise in tre classi, è il grado intermedio tra quello, inferiore, di cavaliere e quello, superiore liter glass bottles, di cavaliere di gran croce.

In Francia il grado di Commandeur costituisce la terza classe di benemerenza degli ordini della Legion d’Onore e del Merito, organizzati in cinque classi; negli ordini delle Palme Accademiche, al Merito agricolo e marittimo e delle arti e delle lettere, divisi in tre classi, il grado di Commandeur costituisce la più alta classe di benemerenza.

In Germania il grado di Komtur equivale a quello di commendatore; al grado internazionale di grand’ufficiale, invece, corrisponde quello tedesco di Großkomtur (letteralmente, gran commendatore).

In Italia Runner Waist Pack, il titolo di Commendatore ha di norma un solo grado ed è stato utilizzato come onorificenza di quarto grado nella maggior parte degli ordini degli stati preunitari della Penisola, entrando in uso in maniera decisiva negli ordini cavallereschi del Regno d’Italia ed anche in quelli della Repubblica.

Nel Regno Unito il grado di Commander (commendatore) costituisce la terza classe di benemerenza di alcuni ordini cavallereschi (Vittoriano, dell’Impero Britannico). Il grado di Knight Commander (per gli uomini) e di Dame Commander (per le donne) costituisce, invece, la seconda classe di benemerenza degli ordini del Bagno, dei Santi Michele e Giorgio, Vittoriano e dell’Impero Britannico ed equivale al grado di grand’ufficiale in altri sistemi premiali. Nell’Ordine della Stella d’India (non più assegnato dal 1947) esiste anche il grado di Knight Grand Commander, che costituisce la più alta classe di benemerenza, analogamente al grado di cavaliere di gran croce in altri ordinamenti.

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Martin Edwards (author)

Martin Edwards (born 7 July 1955), whose full name is Kenneth Martin Edwards, is a British crime novelist, critic and solicitor.

Martin Edwards was born in Knutsford and educated in Cheshire (at Sir John Deane’s Grammar School, where one of his teachers was Robert Westall, who later became a successful children’s author) and at Balliol College, Oxford University, where he took a first class honours degree in Jurisprudence in 1977. He qualified as a solicitor in 1980 and joined the firm of Mace & Jones, where he became a partner in 1984, and head of employment law in 1990, becoming chair of the employment law practice in 2011, when the firm merged with Weightmans LLP. After spending three years with Weightmans as a partner, he is now a consultant. In 1988, he married Helena Shanks and they have two children, Jonathan and Catherine.[citation needed]

“Martin Edwards has earned distinction in every area of the crime-fiction field”, said Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine in July 2016. His first novel, All the Lonely People, introduced Liverpool lawyer Harry Devlin and was published in 1991, earning a nomination for the John Creasey Memorial Dagger for best first crime novel of the year. In 2012 the book was republished by Arcturus in its series of Crime Classics waterproof case for, while Yesterday’s Papers was reissued as an Arcturus Crime Classic in 2013. To date, Edwards has written eight novels about Devlin; the most recent is Waterloo Sunset. The Coffin Trail was the first of seven books set in the Lake District (The Lake District Mysteries) featuring Detective Chief Inspector Hannah Scarlett and historian Daniel Kind; it was short-listed for the Theakston’s Old Peculier Award for best crime novel of 2006. The Arsenic Labyrinth was short-listed for the Lakeland Book of the Year Award in 2008. The Hanging Wood was long-listed for both the Audible Sounds of Crime Award and the Ebook Award at Crimefest 2012. Edwards has also written a stand-alone novel of psychological suspense, Take My Breath Away, and completed The Lazarus Widow by the late Bill Knox. 2008 also saw the publication of his first historical novel, Dancing for the Hangman, a fictional account of the life and misadventures of Hawley Harvey Crippen.

Edwards has written over 60 short stories, which have appeared in a wide range of magazines and anthologies, and he has edited the Crime Writers‘ Association’s annual crime anthology since 1996. His early stories were collected in Where Do You Find Your Ideas? and other stories, which had an introduction by Reginald Hill. In 2017 his story ‘Murder and its Motives’ was longlisted for the CWA Short Story Dagger. ‘Test Drive’ was short-listed for the Crime Writers‘ Association Dagger for best short story in 2005. Edwards won the award for best short story in 2008 with ‚The Bookbinder’s Apprentice.‘ In 2014, he was the inaugural winner of the CWA Margery Allingham Prize for his story ‘Acknowledgments.’

Edwards was a founder member of the Northern Chapter of the Crime Writers‘ Association and of the Murder Squad collective of crime writers. He became Vice Chair of the CWA in 2015, having previously spent ten years as chair of the Association’s CWA Cartier Diamond Dagger Award sub-committee, and became Chair of the CWA in 2017. In 2007, Edwards was appointed Archivist of the Crime Writers‘ Association, and in 2011 the CWA gave him a Red Herring Award in recognition of his services to the Association. In 2008, he was elected to membership of The Detection Club and in 2011 he was appointed its first archivist. Four years later in 2015 he became the eighth president of the Club, succeeding Simon Brett. He is the only person to have held the offices of President of the Detection Club and Chair of the CWA at the same time.[citation needed]

There has been increasing critical interest in and appreciation of Edwards‘ work, and his skill in marrying people and place with plot. In 2012, new ebook and print editions of the early Harry Devlin novels were published, including introductions by writers such as Val McDermid, Peter Lovesey, Andrew Taylor and Frances Fyfield. In her foreword to All the Lonely People, Fyfield said: „What distinguishes this book and those that follow and what makes them classics of a kind is this marvellous quality of compassion and the celebration of all that is heroic in the corrupted ordinary.“ In The Mammoth Encyclopaedia of Modern Crime Fiction, Mike Ashley noted that the author’s legal knowledge ‚provides a solid reliability to the Devlin books, but their strength lies in the evocation of Liverpool both past and present‘. Similarly, Russell James noted in Great British Fictional Detectives that the Devlin books ‚are all solid and well-informed‘. In Scene of the Crime, Julian Earwaker and Kathleen Becker described the Devlin series as ‚a blend of classic detection and urban noir‘, pointing out that ‚The bleaker tones of the early books…are superseded by the lighter tone and more complex plotting of the later novels.‘ In Whodunit?, Rosemary Herbert said that ‚Edwards rapidly made a name for himself as a writer whose law expertise informs fiction set in a well-drawn Liverpool…Edwards‘ work as an anthologist is highly regarded hydration systems for runners.‘ In Crime Scene: Britain and Ireland, John Martin said that Edwards has „written two superbly crafted series of crime novels…intricately plotted with subtle twists and turns.“ Professor Douglas G. Greene, a leading expert on the genre writing in the magazine CADS, described Edwards as “a major detective novelist who has combined Golden Age trickiness in plotting with modern darkness in the telling.”

In Brit Noir, Barry Forshaw said: “He is one of the UK’s premier crime fiction anthologists, as well as being a noted expert on the Golden Age…Edwards’ own two crime fiction series…have proved to be both critically and commercially successful…such books as Yesterday’s Papers offer both the diversions of crime fiction and scene-setting of a high order… The Dungeon House, the most recent in the Lake District series at the time of writing, sports Edwards’ usual expertise.”

In British Crime Writing: an encyclopaedia, Michael Jecks described him as ‚a writer of imagination and flair‘ and as possessing ‚a rare skill for acute description‘. In the same volume, Philip Scowcroft praised Edwards‘ books set in the Lakes ‚which he describes idiomatically and evocatively in a series of well-plotted mysteries‘. Jecks summed him up as ‚a crime writer’s crime writer. His plotting is as subtle as any; his writing deft and fluid; his characterisation precise, and his descriptions of the locations give the reader the impression that they could almost walk along the land blindfolded. He brings them all to life.‘

Martin Edwards is widely recognised as a leading authority on the crime fiction genre. He is the author of The Golden Age of Murder, a widely acclaimed study of the genre between the two world wars. The book won an Edgar award from the Mystery Writers of America, an Agatha award at Malice Domestic 28, and the Macavity award from Mystery Readers International; in the UK, it won an H.R.F. Keating award at Crimefest. The book was also shortlisted for an Anthony award by Bouchercon 2016, and the CWA Gold Dagger for Non-Fiction. Marcel Berlins said in The Times: ‘Few, if any books about crime fiction have provided so much information and insight so enthusiastically and, for the reader, so enjoyably. No other work mixes genre history, literary analysis and fascinating author biographies with such relish’. For The Guardian, Mark Lawson said it was ‘a book of impressive cultural omniscience…superbly compendious and entertaining’. Michael Dirda said in The Washington Post that ‘Anyone who loves classic English mysteries from the 1920s through the ’40s will revel in the highly anecdotal The Golden Age of Murder.’

He has reviewed crime novels for various publications and websites since 1987 and has written columns for print and online magazines such as Sherlock and Bookdagger. He has contributed essays to a wide range of reference books about the genre, including The Oxford Companion to Crime and Mystery Writing. He has written introductions to new editions of a wide range of books, including The Red Right Hand by Joel Townsley Rogers and novels in the Chivers Black Dagger Series such as The Man Who Didn’t Fly by Margot Bennett and Cornell Woolrich’s The Bride Wore Black. In 2014, he was appointed Series Consultant to the British Library’s highly successful Crime Classics series.

He has written introductions to most of the books published in the series, as well as for several of the books published in the British Library’s Classic Thrillers series. He has been commissioned to edit and introduce ten anthologies of classic crime short stories for the series. In 2016, he was commissioned to write a new solution to Anthony Berkeley’s classic whodunit The Poisoned Chocolates Case and in 2017, the British Library published his The Story of Classic Crime in 100 Books, which in a starred review, Publishers’ Weekly described as ‚pan exemplary reference book sure to lead readers to gems of mystery and detective fiction‘.

In 2017, he received the Poirot Award at Malice Domestic 29, in recognition of his contribution to the traditional mystery genre. Writing in the Malice Domestic programme, Professor Douglas G. Greene surveyed his career and concluded: „Martin Edwards’ contributions to detective fiction, and to writing about detective fiction, have indeed been outstanding“.

Edwards has also written extensively on the subject of true crime. In addition to his study of real life crime investigation and famous cases, Urge to Kill, he has edited Truly Criminal, a CWA anthology of essays published by The Mystery Press in 2015. Edwards’ essay in the book discusses the ‘Blazing Car’ murder for which Alfred Rouse was hanged in 1931.

Edwards has written many articles and been a legal columnist for a wide range of publications including The Expatriate, Social Services Insight, and The Law Society’s Gazette

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, as well as leader writer for The Solicitors’ Journal for eighteen months in the 1990s. He has published seven books on equal opportunities, employment law and other legal subjects. In addition to his work for employers, he has throughout his career acted for many employees, and also for organisations such as the Equal Opportunities Commission, acting as the advocate for victims of pregnancy discrimination in two major cases: Lavery v Plessey Telecommunications Ltd [1982] ICR 373 and Fewster v Ferry Casinos Ltd (1999) UKEAT 408. Originally, he established distinct reputations in the fields of employment law and commercial law; his first published book concerned legal aspects of business computer acquisition, and in 1985 he acted as legal adviser to the makers of the feature film Letter to Brezhnev. Since 1990, he has specialised solely in employment law. He was a founder member of the Law Society’s Standing Committee on Employment Law and he was also a member of the Law Society’s Working Party on Alternative Dispute Resolution. He regularly receives high rankings in independent legal directories such as The Legal 500 and Chambers Directory UK. He was described in 2007, for instance, in the former as ‚one of the leading employment lawyers in the country‘, and in the latter as ‚Mr. Employment‘. In 2011, Chambers said he is ‚admired for his legendary technical ability‘, and added in 2012 that he has been ‚roundly praised‘ for his „undoubted expertise, wealth of experience, interpersonal skills and calm approach at difficult times.“ The 2013 editions of the directories rated him as “highly recommended” and a “top drawer” employment lawyer respectively. In 2014, Chambers said he “is renowned for his expertise in the field and technical proficiency” and ranked him as Liverpool’s only Band I specialist employment lawyer, a ranking he retained in 2015, when he was again recommended by Chambers In 2016, The Legal 500 described him as “first class”. He was again recognised as one of the leading lawyers in his field in the 2017 directory of Chambers, which described him as „a fantastic employment lawyer“.

He has acted for many high-profile clients, including the Football Association, Wembley Stadium, Alder Hey Hospital, Health and Safety Executive, Liverpool Football Club, Shell UK Ltd, North West Development Agency, North West Regional Assembly, Littlewoods Pools Ltd, Littlewoods PLC, the Forum of Private Business, Mersey Docks and Harbour Company, Merseyside Police Authority and National Museums Liverpool. In 2008, he was included in EN Magazine’s list of the top 50 professional advisers in the North West and was also short-listed for the Insider Professional Liverpool Lawyer of the Year award, while in 2011 he was shortlisted by for an award for the leading North West professional adviser. In 2007 and 2011 his team won the bi-annual Liverpool Law Society Employment Team of the Year Award, and the team has also twice been short-listed for the national employment law team of the year award by „The Lawyer“ magazine. He has regularly been selected for inclusion in Best Lawyers in the United Kingdom, most recently in 2016.

Laurel High School (Montana)

Laurel High School in Laurel, Montana opened in 1908, with W.A. Longley serving as the first Principal. The original high school was located on First Avenue between Ninth Street and Seventh Street. It was known to the citizens of Laurel as „The Old North School“. The school

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, in its present location on Eighth Street, was constructed in 1962 where as the „The Old North School“ was demolished (in 1969). The forthcoming demolition inspired Laurel’s graduating class to lead what would become one of the largest public rallies in the history of Montana and the Northwest Region of the United States.

Laurel High School offers activities such as Boys & Girls Basketball, Cheerleading, Cross Country thermos stainless steel bottle, Football, Girls & Boys Soccer, Girls & Boys Golf, Speech, Drama, & Debate

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, Softball, Track & Field, Volleyball, and Wrestling.

The following clubs are also available at LHS: Academic Challenge, Art Club, Business Professionals of America, Chess Club, Drama Club, Fitness Club, Full Throttle Newspaper, Future Farmers of America, Locomotive Express Coffee, National Honors Society, Outings Club, Poetry Club, Robotics Club, Rocket Club, STAND, Spanish Club, and Student Council.

In Montana, there are four school classes based on the number of students who attend it. These are (beginning from smallest to largest) Class C, Class B, Class A, and Class AA. Laurel High School competes in the A class. The class A is divided into four regional divisions:


Anexo:Museos de arte más visitados

Este artículo contiene la lista de los museos de arte más visitados en 2016, entendiendo que hay otros tipos de museos, de Ciencias, de Historia, etc. que no están contenidos en ella. La lista se basa en los datos publicados en el artículo de The Art Newspaper, Nº289, abril de 2017.​

Como se puede observar, el país con más museos en la lista de los 100 más visitados es Estados Unidos de América con 18, y la ciudad, Londres, con 10. El país que ocupa el primer lugar en Europa es el Reino Unido (15) —y también el segundo en el mundo—, seguido de España con 8. En Asia el líder es Taiwán​, Japón stainless steel bottle, Corea del Sur y China (cuatro con 3), aunque hay que tener en cuenta que en la lista no figura ninguno de China, cuando ese país tiene museos visitados por millones de personas, como es el caso de la Ciudad Prohibida en Pekín

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.​​ De Sudamérica figura solo Brasil con 7. Ningún museo o galería de arte de África recibe suficientes visitas como para aparecer en esta lista. Australia tiene 6 en la lista, lo que la coloca en el tercer lugar del mundo.

Nótese que algunos de los mayores museos del mundo, con millones de visitantes —como el chino ya citado, el Museo de la historia de Francia en el Palacio de Versalles, el Museo Nacional de Antropología de México o el Museo del Oro de Bogotá— how to tender meat, no han sido incluidos.

Douglas Zmolek

Douglas Zmolek (* 3 where can i buy bpa free water bottles. November 1970 in Rochester, Minnesota) ist ein ehemaliger US-amerikanischer Eishockeyspieler. Während seiner Karriere spielte er für die San Jose Sharks, Dallas Stars, Los Angeles Kings und Chicago Blackhawks in der National Hockey League.

Zmolek spielte zunächst drei Jahre von 1989 bis 1992 an der University of Minnesota in der National Collegiate Athletic Association. Bereits zu Beginn seiner College-Karriere war der US-Amerikaner im NHL Entry Draft 1989 in der ersten Runde an der siebten Position von den Minnesota North Stars ausgewählt worden, wurde aber im Sommer 1991 von den neu gegründeten San Jose Sharks im NHL Dispersal Draft in Anspruch genommen meat tenderizer unseasoned.

Zu Beginn der Saison 1992/93 stand Zmolek erstmals im NHL-Kader der Sharks und blieb dort bis zum März 1994, ehe er gemeinsam mit Mike Lalor für Ulf Dahlén und ein Draftrecht zu den Dallas Stars abgegeben wurde. Dort spielte der Verteidiger ebenfalls zwei Spielzeiten, wurde im Februar 1996 aber wieder zurück an die US-amerikanische Westküste zu den Los Angeles Kings transferiert. Im Gegenzug wechselte Darryl Sydor nach Dallas. Auch in Los Angeles blieb Zmolek nicht lange heimisch best running fanny pack, da er nach eineinhalb Jahren, im September 1998, wiederum den Klub wechseln musste. Diesmal wurde er für einen Draft-Pick zu den Chicago Blackhawks abgegeben. Nach zwei Spielzeiten mit den Blackhawks unterzeichnete er während der Saison 2000/01 einen Vertrag bei den Chicago Wolves in der International Hockey League für die er aber lediglich zwei Spiele bestritt. Danach beendete er seine Karriere.

Isle of Wight Festival 2007

The Isle of Wight Festival 2007 was the sixth revived Isle of Wight Festival on the Seaclose Park site in Newport on the Isle of Wight. It took place between 8–10 June 2007. Tickets went on sale at 9am on Thursday 22 February and were sold out by Monday 26 February. It was the first festival since 2003 with no official sponsor.

The festival capacity was around 60,000. Local artist, Helen Davenport, created a 15 ft (4.6 m) illuminated wicker and tissue paper statue to commemorate the performance of Jimi Hendrix at the 1970 festival. The campsite was located next to the site on an extensive farmland site. The Seaclose Park site was within ten minutes‘ walking distance of the town of Newport.

The 2007 Festival sold out in a record time of less than five days. The festival was The Rolling Stones‘ first British festival performance for over thirty years since their performance at the 1976 Knebworth fair. The festival once again featured the popular Carling warm beer amnesty, in which people could trade warm beer for cold cans of Carling.

The Red Arrows performed a full-smoke aerial display during the festival weekend.

The festival won the „Best Major Festival“ award at the 2007 UK Festival Awards in London in November 2007. This beat off stiff competition from Glastonbury Festival, T in the Park and Reading and Leeds Festivals. This success was followed by promoter, John Giddings, winning the „Outstanding Contribution to UK Festivals“ award. In reaction to this, Glastonbury organiser, Michael Eavis, offered to present Giddings with the award personally.




Strongbow Rooms is a tent and live music venue which tours many of the festivals in the United Kingdom. It made an appearance at the Isle Of Wight Festival with acts such as Annie Mac, Krafty Kuts and Shitdisco.

The popular Hipshaker Dance Lounge was open on the Thursday 7 June to entertain early camping ticket holders. It featured acts such as The Bees and two tribute bands of The Who and The Beatles respectively.

The Bacardi B-Live opened to campers on Thursday 7 June providing music and refreshments. It featured acts such as DJ Norman Jay.

The Strawberry Fields area contained amongst others, the following attractions and features –

Other attractions included –

There was some debate amongst the Isle of Wight Council members about whether to grant the Festival a licence, due to the numerous complaints and objections from local residents, mainly those living in Fairlee Road. Ultimately the Council approved the Festival to a maximum of 60,000 attendees. The Festival’s future also came under considerable jeopardy as the Isle of Wight Council tried to enforce the Isle of Wight Act 1970, resulting in a £500,000 penalty on the organisers, Solo. The penalty was reduced however, and John Giddings stated that if the Island residents and councillors continued to create such problems for Solo, then the future of the Festival on the Island would be in doubt. John Giddings initially refused to issue Fairlee Road residents with complimentary weekend tickets, as he had done in previous years yellow football jersey; perhaps due to the afore-mentioned objections. However, in May he granted free tickets to the residents, many of whom had already bought tickets, thus ending a controversial debate.

There was also some debate as to whether the RMT would grant a general strike on the Island over the Festival weekend mobile phone running holder. This would have rendered the Island’s bus network virtually obsolete and would have left Festival-goers with logistical problems. Thankfully, however, the strike was cancelled and Southern Vectis bus services operated as normal.

Organisers Solo, were accused of being ticket touts by the Island residents as the organisers auctioned 100 tickets to the highest bidder on eBay. Giddings replied to the statement claiming ‚I have the right to do what I like, because its my festival‘. He also suggested that if people were against this policy then they should simply not buy tickets in this way. The notion of the organisers being touts represents a simplified accusation by those who made the claim.[citation needed].

Many of the site security team have been both accused of being heavy-handed and ineffective, to the point where one festival attendee was physically assaulted by security resulting in a broken leg. There are claims of ejection from site without due reason by some festival goers. Others claim that security were not present during incidences where they would have been able to assist, particularly in campsite disturbances and theft.

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Rigsdalers-Sedlens Hændelser

Rigsdalers-Sedlens Hændelser var et dansk satirisk tidsskrift af Peter Andreas Heiberg, som udkom i perioden marts 1787 – slutningen af 1793.

Bladet udkom anonymt, og var udformet som en slags fiktiv beretning om en rigsdalerseddels rejse mellem dens forskellige ejermænd. Heiberg skrev i indledningen af bladet at enhver ville kunne se at idéen er „laant fra den Engelske Chrystal, or Adventures of a Guinea“, men i sin meget direkte kritik af forholdene i Danmark, og især i København glass bottle with filter, er også inspireret af det samtidige tidsskrift Skilderie af Kiøbenhavn, udgivet af Niels Ditlev Riegels..

Rammefortællingen om pengesedlen er således kun en undskyldning for at bedrive politisk kritik og moraliseren, og afstikkerne fra hovedhistorien er undertiden temmelig langtrukne, flere gange i form af selvstændige værker indstukne i fortællingen under let vage påskud som f.eks. Kjøbmands-Katekismus (et værk der er parafraseret over en i 1770 udkommet anonym pjece), eller komedien Virtousen no. 2.

Emnerne for kritik er mange, f.eks. tallotteriet, adelen og den tyske kultur i Danmark, købmandsetikken og smugling. I forbindelse med komedien Virtuosen no. 2., som var blevet trykt i nr. 11-13 i Rigsdalers-Sedlens Hændelser, forekom den udtalelse at man på Holmen i København huggede „gode Flag og Segl [sejl] i Stykker, naarsaamenstid de vil have dem indcasserede, for at de kan faa nye igen.“. Denne anklage indbragte Heiberg for Hof- og Stadsretten, hvor han blev idømt en bøde på 200 rigsdaler.

Tidsskriftet udkom hæftevis i perioden 1787-93, og blev af udgiveren samlet i et oplag på to bind (med hhv 1789 og 1793 på titelbladene). I 1833 udkom en piratudgave i serien „Gallerie for danske Classikere“ bottled glass water, udgivet af J.C. Lange, med undetitlen „P.A. Heibergs Udvalgte Skrifter I-II“. P.A. Heibergs søn Johan Ludvig Heiberg protesterede over dette eftertryk, dvs udgivet uden forfatterens samtykke, i sit tidsskrift Kjøbenhavns flyvende Post (Interimsblad, nr. 28. og 29 oktober 1834). Desuden udkom tidsskriftet i P running waist pack with water bottle.A steel bottle. Heibergs Udvalgte Skrifter fra 1884, redigeret af Otto Borchsenius og Fr. Winkel Horn. Denne udgave findes i digitaliseret form på Arkiv for Dansk Litteraturs hjemmeside.

Brian Woolf

Brian Woolf (ur. 28 stycznia 1937) – tenisista nowozelandzki, reprezentant w Pucharze Davisa.

Uczestniczył w amatorskich turniejach tenisowych na przełomie lat 50. i 60., notując zwycięstwa nad Tony Pickardem, Mikiem Sangsterem, Ingo Budingiem. Kilka wartościowych wyników osiągnął w 1960, dochodząc do finałów turnieju Tally Ho w Birmingham (porażka z Davidem Samaai) i mistrzostw Essex (porażka z Nealem Fraserem), a także półfinałów w Surrey (przegrał z Keithem Diepraamem), Priory Club (Birmingham) i West End Invitation (Aucland). W 1961 wygrał turniej Northland Easter po finałowej wygranej nad Kevinem Longiem, a w finale mistrzostw Nowej Zelandii uległ Lew Gerrardowi youth soccer uniforms.

W 1959 uczestniczył w międzynarodowych mistrzostwach Francji, gdzie otrzymał wolny los w pierwszej rundzie sweater fabric, a w drugiej rundzie został wyeliminowany przez utytułowanego Australijczyka Roya Emersona. W tym samym roku na Wimbledonie przegrał w pierwszej rundzie z przedstawicielem gospodarzy Mikiem Daviesem w czterech setach electric meat tenderizer, osiągnął natomiast czwartą rundę (1/8 finału) gry mieszanej, mając za partnerkę rodaczkę Pat Nettleton (ulegli nieznacznie Emersonowi i Sandrze Reynolds z RPA 6:4, 9:11, 5:7) nalgene water bottles. W 1960 na Wimbledonie Woolfa wyeliminował w rundzie otwarcia Bob Hewitt, a z wimbledońskiego turnieju pocieszenia Plate – Herbert Flam.

W 1959 Woolf wystąpił w meczu reprezentacji w Pucharze Davisa w zwycięskim spotkaniu przeciw Irlandii. W ostatnim pojedynku tego meczu, ustalającym końcowy wynik na 5:0 dla Nowej Zelandii, pokonał 6:4, 6:3, 6:2 Jamesa Buckleya.