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  • as As if you didn't know.
  • bs Then the stochastic differential equation/initial value problem has a Pr-almost surely unique t-continuous solution (t, ω) |→ Xt(ω) such that X is adapted to the filtration FtZ generated by Z and Bs, s ≤ t, and
  • cs 1909 - Martinho Pinto de Queirós Montenegro became the 94th governor of Portuguese Cape Verde 1910 The Ribeirão Manuel Rebellion took place A civil revolution in Portugal drew aristocracy and large land-owners from Fogo back to Portugal and left civilians behind, Fogo was the last island to have slavery abolished 1911 Artur Marinha de Campos became the 95th governor of Portuguese Cape Verde Joaquím Pedro Vieira Índice Bicker became the 96th governor of Portuguese Cape Verde 1912 - Mindelo on the island of São Vicente was the most used Transatlantic telegraph station for some time 1914 - the Cape Verdean escudo replaced the real, it was a colonial and provincial currency up to independence in 1975 1915 - Abel Fontoura da Costa became the 97th governor of Portuguese Cape Verde 1918 - Teófilo Duarte became the 98th governor of Portuguese Cape Verde 1920: French salt company Le Salines du Cap-Vert mined for salt production from Sal to France Merchant steamship Orange Branch sunk in the waters of Cape Verde 1921 - Manuel Firmino de Almeida da Maia Magalhães became the 99th governor of Portuguese Cape Verde 1922 Estado Novo regime established, emigration to other countries including the United States would not be permitted for around 60 years May 25: CS Mindelense, Cape Verdes first football (soccer) club established April 5: Aviators Gago Coutinho and Sacadura Cabral and their plane Lusitânia stopped at Porto Grande Bay which was part of their flight to the South Atlantic which started in Lisbon and ended in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, at the time the national capital, they stopped for repairs Apri; 17: The two aviators stopping at Praia on the island of Santiago and later headed to Fernando de Noronha off mainland Brazil and Rio de Janeiro 1924 - Júlio Henriques dAbreu became the 100th governor of Portuguese Cape Verde 1927 João da Almeida became the 101st governor of Portuguese Cape Verde António Álvares Guedes Vaz became the 102nd governor of Portuguese Cape Verde 1930s - Economic crisis started mainly after the Great Depression and famines struck all the inhabited islands of Cape Verde 1931 - Anadeu Gomes de Figueiredo became the 103rd governor of Portuguese Cape Verde 1932 - Cape Verdes first football (soccer) competition began, the São Vicente Island League began, it was also a national competition that was unofficial until 1953 1934 - June 7: Riots sparked across Mindelo on São Vicente, protesters expressed against hunger caused by food shortages and shops and warehouses were looted, it was the darkest of Cape Verdes history 1936 - Claridade, a literary review inaugurated in Mindelo 1939 - Sal Island: Italian government after granted authorization by the Portuguese government constructed Cape Verdes first major and international airport primarily to serve as a stopover for flights between Rome and South America.
  • es Es, hab um now-Hoton-tolyglass.
  • ks Airam López Cabrera (born 21 October 1987), known simply as Airam, is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Polish club KS Cracovia on loan from Extremadura UD as a striker.
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  • NS 2014: Wonderlust, Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto 2013: Wonderlust, Julie Saul Gallery, New York, NY 2013: Arctic Wonderland, Division Gallery, Montreal, QC 2011: Canadian Art Now - Storylines: Space, Colour, Geometry, Art Toronto, Toronto 2011: Arctic Wonderland, Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto, ON 2011: Arctic Wonderland, Julie Saul Gallery, New York, NY 2010: Dancing with the Doctor, Ace Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB 2009: House on Fire, Julie Saul Gallery, New York, NY 2009: House on Fire, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON 2009: New Work, Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Calgary, AB 2007: The Galapagos Project, Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto, ON 2007: The Galapagos Project, Julie Saul Gallery, New York, NY 2006: In the Forest, Bucket Rider Gallery, Chicago, IL 2006: Either Side of Eden, Plug In, Institute of Contemporary Art, Winnipeg, MB 2006: Tree Planting, Platform Gallery, Winnipeg, MB 2005: Tree Planting, Duke University, Durham, NC 2005: Tree Planting, Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT 2005: Tree Planting, Julie Saul Gallery, New York, NY Selected Group Exhibitions 2014: Beyond Street – Lit Roads - Curatron generated exhibition, Platform Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden 2014: New Mythologies: Super Natural States and Polar Exploration, Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, Alfred, NY 2013: Under My Skin, Flowers Gallery, New York, NY 2013: They Made a Day Be a Day Here, Grand Prairie, touring exhibition, Canada 2012: Builders, The Canadian Biennial, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON 2012: The Perfect Storm, Julie Saul Gallery, New York, NY 2012: True North, Anchorage Museum, Anchorage, AK 2012: Oh Canada, Mass MoCA, Massachusetts 2012: Spectral Landscape, MOCCA, Toronto, ON 2012: Watch This Space: Contemporary Art from the AGO Collection, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON 2012: Photography Is, Higher Pictures, New York, NY 2012: Le Miroir & L’Encyclopedie, Galerie Michel Journiac, Paris, France 2012: Winnipeg Now, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB 2012: My Winnipeg, Plug In Gallery, Winnipeg, MB 2011: Sobey Art Award, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, NS 2011: The View from Here: New Landscape, Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, ON 2011: My Winnipeg, La Maison Rouge, Paris, FR 2011: Global Nature – Organized by the CMCP, Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, BC 2011: Open Season, Flanders Gallery, Raleigh, NC 2011: 25 Years/25 Artists, Julie Saul Gallery, New York, NY 2011: My Winnipeg, Musée International des Arts Modestes, Sète, France 2010: Haunted: Contemporary Photography/Video/Performance, Guggenheim Museum, NY 2010: Out of The Woods, Leslie Tonkonow Artworks and Projects, New York, NY 2010: It Is What It Is, Recent Acquisitions of New Canadian Art, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON 2009: Windows and Mirrors, Julie Saul Gallery, New York, NY 2008: Rethinking Landscape: Contemporary Photography from the Allen G.
  • GS The calcitonin receptor, found on osteoclasts, and in the kidney and regions of the brain, is a G protein-coupled receptor, which is coupled by Gs to adenylate cyclase and thereby to the generation of cAMP in target cells.
  • HS 1 reconnaissance attack squadron (RVAH) flying 3–6 North American RA-5C Vigilantes on Forrestal class and larger carriers, or a detachment of RF-8G Crusaders from a light photographic reconnaissance squadron (VFP) Detachments of Sikorsky SH-3 Sea Kings or Kaman UH-2 Seasprites from a helicopter combat support squadron (HC) An anti-submarine air group (CVSG) aboard the Essex-class anti-submarine carriers (CVS) operated up to five squadrons and two detachments: 2 or 3 anti-submarine squadrons (VS) flying Grumman S-2 Trackers 1 or 2 helicopter anti-submarine squadron (HS) flying Sikorsky SH-3A Sea Kings 1 early warning squadron (VAW) detachment of 4 Grumman E-1 Tracers a detachment of 4 Douglas A-4 Skyhawks for self-defence from various Navy or Marine Corps squadrons (VSF, VA, VMA, H&MS) From 1969 to 1977, a number of carrier air wings were disestablished in the post-Vietnam drawdown: Carrier Air Wing 10 on 20 November 1969, Readiness Carrier Air Wing 12 on 1 June 1970, Readiness Carrier Air Wing 4 on 1 July 1970, Carrier Air Wing 16 on 30 June 1971, Carrier Air Wing 21 on 12 December 1975, and Carrier Air Wing 19 on 30 June 1977 along with all of the Anti-Submarine Air Groups which were disestablished by 1974.
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