Bombardement d’Alger (1784)

Le bombardement d’Alger de 1784 est une opération militaire espagnole menée en 1784 par Antoine Barcelo suite à son échec l’année précedente

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L’opération est en réalité une large coalition de navires d’Espagne, du Portugal insulated thermos, de Malte, de Naples et de Toscane qui forme une escadre de 130 navires. Les navires mal dirigés n’infligent pas de dégâts significatifs à la ville, à peine touchent-ils quelques maisons. La défense algérienne est plus efficace, les batteries du port entretiennent un feu nourri.

Elle se solde par un échec espagnol face aux défenses de la ville d’Alger et l’escadre rentre en Espagne pour se disperser. Combiné aux échecs de l’expédition de 1775, et de 1783 ils mettent l’Espagne dans une position de négociation difficile vis à vis du gouvernement algérien. Les expéditions espagnoles ayant quasiment toutes connues un dénouement catastrophique, les Algériens emploient le terme de Spagnolata en Lingua franca pour désigner une entreprise militaire mal conçue, exécutée sans art et sans énergie.

Le dey Mohamed Ben Othmane demande ainsi une indemnité de 1 000 000 pesos pour conclure une paix en 1785. A la suite s’ouvre une première période de négociation (1785-87) pour aboutir à une paix durable entre Alger et Madrid the best way to tenderize a steak.

Marit Nybakk

Marit Nybakk (Nord-Odal, 14 de febrero de 1947) es una política noruega. Es miembro del Partido Laborista y es vicepresidenta primera del Parlamento noruego. Presidió el Consejo Nórdico en 2013. Desde 2016 es Presidenta de la Asociación Noruega de Derechos de la Mujer en sustitución de la socióloga Margunn Bjørnholt.​

Socialdemócrata pragmática y defensora de la Tercera Vía glass water serving bottle, se convirtió en miembro del Parlamento en 1986 como sustituta de Gro Harlem Brundtland cuando ésta se convirtió en primera ministra y actualmente es la miembro parlamentaria antigua de Noruega y la mujer que más tiempo dura de todos los tiempos. En 2009 se convirtió en la tercera vicepresidenta del Storting

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Nybakk ha sido una de los principales políticas del Partido Laborista en asuntos extranjeros y de defensa desde los años noventa y ha sido portavoz de su partido en defensa. Fue Presidenta del Comité Permanente de Defensa entre 2001 y 2005 y Vicepresidenta del Comité Permanente de Asuntos Exteriores entre 2005 y 2009 usf football jersey. Se convirtió en líder del Grupo Socialista en la Asamblea Parlamentaria de la OTAN en 2009 custom football tops.​


Fouchères-aux-Bois

Fouchères-aux-Bois is een gemeente in het Franse departement Meuse (regio Grand Est) en telt 135 inwoners (1999)

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De gemeente maakt deel uit van het kanton Ligny-en-Barrois in het arrondissement Bar-le-Duc. Voor maart 2015 was het deel van het kanton Montiers-sur-Saulx, dat toen werd opgeheven stainless steel lemon juicer.

De oppervlakte van Fouchères-aux-Bois bedraagt 5,6 km² green glass water juice bottle, de bevolkingsdichtheid is 24 reusable bottles,1 inwoners per km².

De onderstaande kaart toont de ligging van Fouchères-aux-Bois met de belangrijkste infrastructuur en aangrenzende gemeenten.

Onderstaande figuur toont het verloop van het inwonertal (bron: INSEE-tellingen).

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Kōriki Tadafusa

Kōriki Tadafusa (高力 忠房?

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Kōriki Tadafusa was born in Hamamatsu, Tōtōmi Province, in 1584 as the eldest son of the daimyō of Iwatsuki Domain (20,000 koku) in Musashi, Kōriki Masanaga. However, as his father died when Tadafusa was still young, he was raised by his grandfather Kiyonaga. Tadafusa inherited the lordship of the Iwatsuki Domain from his grandfather in 1599, and shortly afterward, joined Tokugawa Hidetada’s army for the Battle of Sekigahara, though the army did not arrive in time for the battle. In the wake of Sekigahara, Mashita Nagamori was entrusted to Tadafusa’s care.

In 1609, Iwatsuki Castle was destroyed by fire. In 1614 football shirts for children, Tadafusa was assigned to oversee the smooth transfer of Odawara Domain from the disgraced Ōkubo Tadachika to Abe Masatsugu.

Tadafusa also took part in the Siege of Osaka, and pursued the remnants of Toyotomi forces led by Doi Toshikatsu into Yamato Province . In 1619, he was transferred to Hamamatsu Domain (30,000 koku), which was increased in revenue to 40,000 koku by 1634.

In April 1639, in the wake of the Shimabara Rebellion, Tadafusa was reassigned by order of Shogun Tokugawa Iemitsu to Shimabara Domain (40,000 koku) in Hizen Province. The new territory was a wasteland devastated by years of rebellion and warfare. However, Tadafusa was able to restore the area to its former productivity within a year through tax exemptions, pardons for surviving rebels, and encouraging immigration of farmers from other areas of Japan. He was also assigned the security of Nagasaki with its foreign trade port, and was an important element in the security system of the Tokugawa shogunate in a mostly tozama-held Kyūshū.

Tadafusa was married to a daughter of Sanada Nobuyuki of Ueda Domain, and was succeeded by his son Kōriki Takanaga.

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Phosphoglucomutase-1 is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the PGM1 gene. The protein encoded by this gene is an isozyme of phosphoglucomutase (PGM) and belongs to the phosphohexose mutase family. There are several PGM isozymes, which are encoded by different genes and catalyze the transfer of phosphate between the 1 and 6 positions of glucose. In most cell types, this PGM isozyme is predominant, representing about 90% of total PGM activity. In red cells, PGM2 is a major isozyme. This gene is highly polymorphic. Mutations in this gene cause glycogen storage disease type 14. Alternatively spliced transcript variants encoding different isoforms have been identified in this gene.[provided by RefSeq, Mar 2010]

The PGM1 gene is localized to the first chromosome, with its specific region being 1p31. The complete PGM1 gene spans over 65 kb and contains 11 exons, and the sites of the two mutations which form the molecular basis for the common PGM1 protein polymorphism lie in exons 4 and 8 and are 18 kb apart. Within this region there is a site of intragenic recombination. There are two alternatively spliced first exons, one of which, exon 1A, is transcribed in a wide variety of cell types; the other, exon 1B, is transcribed in fast muscle tissue. Exon 1A is transcribed from a promoter that has the structural hallmarks of a housekeeping promoter but lies more than 35 kb upstream of exon 2. Exon 1B lies 6 kb upstream of exon 2 within the large first intron of the ubiquitously expressed PGM1 transcript. The fast-muscle form of PGM1 is characterized by 18 extra amino acid residues at its N-terminal end. Sequence comparisons show that exons 1A and 1B are structurally related and have arisen by duplication.

PGM1 is a monomeric protein with 562 amino acids and four structural domains arranged in an overall heart shape. The active site is located in the large, centrally located cleft, formed by more than 80 residues. The active site can be segregated into four highly conserved regions that contribute to catalysis and substrate binding cheap football socks. These regions are: the phosphoserine residue that participates in phosphoryl transfer; the metal- binding loop; a sugar-binding loop; and the phosphate-binding site that interacts with the phosphate group of the substrate. The active site cleft of PGM1 relies on all four structural domains of the enzyme for its structural integrity.

The biochemical pathways required to utilize glucose as a carbon and energy source are highly conserved from bacteria to humans. PGM1 is an evolutionarily conserved enzyme that regulates one of the most important metabolic carbohydrate trafficking points in prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms, catalyzing the bi-directional interconversion of glucose 1-phosphate (G-1-P) and glucose 6-phosphate (G-6-P). In one direction, G-1-P produced from sucrose catabolism is converted to G-6-P, the first intermediate in glycolysis. In the other direction, conversion of G-6-P to G-1-P generates a substrate for synthesis of UDP-glucose, which is required for synthesis of a variety of cellular constituents, including cell wall polymers and glycoproteins. PGM1 has been used extensively as a genetic marker for isozyme polymorphism among humans. PGM is known to be post-translationally modified by cytoplasmic glycosylation that does not seem to regulate its enzymatic activity but rather is implicated in the localization of the protein. Glucose 1,6 bisphosphate (Glc-1, 6-P2), a powerful regulator of carbohydrate metabolism, has been demonstrated to be a potent activator of PGM. PGM1 is also modified by phosphorylation on Ser108 as part of its catalytic mechanism

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Phosphoglucomutase 1 (PGM1) deficiency is an inherited metabolic disorder in humans. Affected patients show multiple disease phenotypes, including dilated cardiomyopathy, exercise intolerance, and hepatopathy, reflecting the central role of the enzyme in glucose metabolism. The biochemical phenotypes of the PGM1 mutants cluster into two groups: those with compromised catalysis and those with possible folding defects. Relative to the recombinant wild-type enzyme, certain missense mutants show greatly decreased expression of soluble protein and/or increased aggregation. In contrast, other missense variants are well behaved in solution, but show dramatic reductions in enzyme activity, with Kcat/Km often <1.5% of wild-type. Modest changes in protein conformation and flexibility are also apparent in some of the catalytically impaired variants professional soccer goalies. In the case of the G291R mutant best football t shirt designs, severely compromised activity is linked to the inability of a key active site serine to be phosphorylated, a prerequisite for catalysis. Our results complement previous in vivo studies, which suggest that both protein misfolding and catalytic impairment may play a role in PGM1 deficiency.

PGM1 has been shown to interact with S100 calcium binding protein A1 and S100B.

Faith Fenton

Alice Freeman (1857 – 1936) was a Canadian school teacher and investigative journalist. She became Canada’s first female columnist while writing for the Toronto Empire newspaper. Freeman wrote under the pseudonym Faith Fenton to keep her job as a teacher, as journalism was seen as an unacceptably disreputable activity for a teacher to be involved in. With the low salary she earned at these jobs, she required both salaries to support herself.

Fenton was the third of twelve children, and was sent to live with a Bowmanville, Ontario minister and his wife when Fenton was age ten. Margaret Reike, her foster mother, ensured Fenton got an education beyond what her parents might have afforded.

Fenton began her journalist career in 1886 as a Toronto correspondent for the Northern Advance

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When gold was discovered in the Yukon, Fenton accompanied the Yukon Field Force’s nurses to the Yukon as a correspondent for The Globe. Fenton departed Toronto in the spring, arriving in the Yukon in August. In the Yukon, Fenton met and married Dr. John Brown. Fenton took up residence in Dawson City and began to send reports of the gold rush back to eastern Canada. She returned to Toronto in 1904.