Balul Pomilor Dimitrie Anghel Comentariu Literar Oakfer

Category:Romanian novelists Category:Romanian male short story writers Category:Romanian short story writers Category:1864 births Category:1932 deaths Category:20th-century Romanian novelists Category:20th-century Romanian short story writers Category:20th-century short story writers Category:20th-century male writers 185 F.Supp. 742 (1960) Thomas L. McCOY, Libelant, v. The MOTOR VESSEL BENTON COUNTY, her engines, tackle, apparel and furniture, and the Sabine Transportation Company, Inc., Respondents. Civ. A. No. 1709. United States District Court E. D. Virginia, Richmond Division. December 21, 1960. W. Carrington Thompson, Richmond, Va., for libelant. W. Monroe Wardlaw, Richmond, Va., for respondents. HOFFMAN, District Judge. Libelant is a merchant mariner, and during the period July 20, 1957 to January 15, 1958, he was employed by the Sabine Transportation Company, Inc. The Motor Vessel Benton County, owned and operated by respondents, was in transit from New Orleans to Brunswick, Georgia, at approximately 3:30 a. m., on January 15, 1958. It was then 690 miles out to sea. As a part of his duties, petitioner frequently slept on the vessel and, on this occasion, he had retired to his cabin some time before midnight. The vessel was proceeding in a northerly direction at a rate of about six knots. About that time, the sound of lapping water was heard, and as the vessel was approaching the spot at which the water was lapping, the watchman sounded a warning whistle. Shortly thereafter, the main engine was stopped, and the vessel continued in a dead slow speed until she reached the next point of safety. At that point, the vessel was stopped and the lapping water was checked. No signs of damage were found. After a thorough inspection, the vessel was placed on a jury trial and proceeded under tow to Richmond, Virginia. Libelant was examined by an expert marine surveyor and also by a physician. The physician found a mild myocardial infarction which, as a consequence, *743 caused him to complain of chest pains. The doctor's certificate of the same date was accompanied by a letter in which he states that the 01e38acffe Latest News Romania’s first kid’s book, Transylvania’s Spectre, comes out in August. Cătălina Anghel: „I’m very proud that my father’s legacy has been passed on to my two children who are now eagerly awaiting the release of their first children’s book.” Romania’s first kid’s book is ready to be published. The book is about a professor, a fox, and a hawk. And they live in Transylvania. Transylvania is the setting for this author’s first children’s book, Transylvania’s Spectre. The book was co-written by the author, Cătălina Anghel, with her father, Dimitrie Anghel. Transylvania’s Spectre tells the story of three friends: a professor, a fox, and a hawk. The professor is a scientist with a PhD in Geology and the fox is his sidekick. The hawk is also a scientist but he specializes in Human Relations. „When the hawk makes fun of the professor, the fox, being a psychologist, suggests that the professor should go to some sort of therapist and that’s what happened. They get a referral to a psychiatrist who teaches at a university in Transylvania. He helps the professor to make sense of his relationship with his fox, but the hawk isn’t paying attention,” Cătălina Anghel explains. Transylvania’s Spectre is a book for children of all ages. It’s written in four languages: Romanian, English, French, and German. Dimitrie Anghel is an expert in neuroscience. The book’s chapters are filled with drawings made by the author’s children. Their father says he is also their teacher. The books is available in bookstores in Romania and in other countries. The most important part of the story is the science in each chapter. Dimitrie Anghel won the 2015 Ig Nobel Prize for Research in Medicine. He invented a machine that allows him to open the brains of animals and look inside them. In a letter of congratulations, the Ig Nobel committee in Cambridge, England, called Dimitrie Anghel’s machine

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