Chi ha vinto tra de Marco vs valero?
If it means that it's my fault, it should be 'wo de bu shi' or 'wo de cuo'. Because 'chi' (å) means eating. Wo de bu chi "æçä¸æ¯" means it is not mine. (It is not in proper order. ) Maybe you should say: It's my fault.
Chi - also spelled Qi, ch'i, ki, khi, or gi - is a word used to describe the natural energy of the universe. Followers of Eastern religions believe that chi permeates everything - rather like "The Force" of the Star Wars universe, which is where Steven Spielberg got the idea. As for if it is real,… some of the wisest persons who ever lived say it is. (MORE)
De jure refers to an expression which means according to the law.This is in contrast to de facto which means concerning fact.
It is a type of mearurement.When I typed it in on WikiAnswers it said there were ten thousand meters in a ha.It is a maths question I am stuck on.Does it mean hectare ?
pop trio from oslo, norway. Number one hit in August 1985 was 'take on me.
Whoha is a word used as a substitute for any other word you do not wish to speak.
Yes it can. It negates the effect of any EFFECT MONSTER that is destroyed by any fiend monsters.
Chi, like your soul, is a metaphysical attribute of yourself. It is not something that can be measured or detected by physical means. Its origin is with Taoism. Your chi is your inner power or your "life essence."You can control your chi and manipulate it to do what ever you want with it. It can m…ake your senses stronger and make your body stronger and it can weaken,harm,heal,or even kill someone. If you want to know how to use your inner chi visit this website. Also, don't listen to skeptics because they obviously haven't tried it for themselves.Even I was skeptical when I started to learn about chi energy. http://theteachingsofki.tripod.com/ (MORE)
A-ha is a norwegian new wave band that was most popular in the UK and the USA during the 1980s, but continued to be globally successful in the 1990s and 2000s. The trio, composed of lead vocalist Morten Harket, guitarist PÃ¥l Waaktaar-Savoy and keyboardist Magne Furuholmen, formed in 1982 and left… Norway for London in order to make a career in the music business. The origin of the name a-ha comes from the lyric of an early song. After checking dictionaries in several languages, they found out that 'a-ha' was an international way of expressing recognition, with positive connotations. It was short, a-ha was easy to say and somewhat unusual. The first song to break through into the mainstream culture was "PlayTake on Me", which was featured on the album Hunting High And Low; a main reason for its popularity was the music video that came some time later after the song's release. "Take on Me" was the first song Morten Harket heard Magne Furuholmen and Paul Waaktaar-Savoy play. At that time the song was called "Lesson One." After multiple re-recordings and two failed releases, "Take on Me" became a hit on both sides of the Atlantic in 1985. Allthough their first release of the song in 1984 was not a major success, it was remixed by producer Alan Tarney a year later, and sold 1.5 million copies worldwide in one week. Eventually the single "Take on Me" is estimated to have sold 7-9 million copies worldwide; it peaked at number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and number two in the UK Singles Chart. Sales were aided in the U.S. by a music video on MTV that mimicked the truck chase from Terry Gilliam's movie Brazil and the climactic scene from the Ken Russell film Altered States. The video used a sketchy animation / live action combination called "Rotoscoping" that tells a fantasy thriller story to the song. At the 1986 MTV Video Music Awards "Take on Me" won in six categories. It was also nominated for Best Video of the Year at 1986 American Music Awards. The follow-up single to "Take on Me" was "The Sun Always Shines on T.V.". In the U.S., the song peaked at number twenty on the Billboard Hot 100 and reached number seventeen on Radio & Records airplay chart. In addition, the music video for the song won in two categories at the 1986 MTV Video Music Awards. A-ha's American success culminated in their 1986 Grammy nomination in a coveted Best New Artist category which was eventually won by Sade. "The Sun Always Shines on TV" turned out to be A-ha's last Billboard Top 40 single, and to this day in the United States a-ha is mostly remembered by the general public only because of the singularly huge success of "Take on Me". Hunting High and Low (1985), which contained "The Sun Always Shines on TV" and "Take on Me," was a worldwide bestseller. In the U.S., it sold more than a million copies and acquired platinum certification by RIAA. As of 2005, Hunting High and Low has sold 8 million copies worldwide. A-ha's second album was Scoundrel Days (1986) and represented a move towards alternative rock as synthpop began to fall out of style. In 1987, they provided the title song for the James Bond film PlayThe Living Daylights. Stay on These Roads (1988) received more mixed reviews than the previous albums. In spite of a drastic decline in sales in the next few years, a-ha continued to record two more albums, East of the Sun, West of the Moon (1990) and Memorial Beach (1993). East of the Sun, West of the Moon featured a cover version of The Everly Brothers 1963 single, "PlayCrying In The Rain". Because of apparent internal conflicts between the band members and conflict with the record label at the time, A-ha split in 1994 and their members started focusing on solo activities, but came together in 1994 to perform for the Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway. This performance included their song composed for the Winter Paralympics, "Shapes That Go Together". After a very well-received performance of "The Sun Always Shines on TV" and a new song, "PlaySummer Moved On", at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in 1998, the band returned to the studio and recorded 2000's Minor Earth Major Sky, which resulted in a new tour, and a videocast performance of A-ha (with Briskeby) opening the new Vallhall stadium in Oslo. Sales of this album and 2002's Lifelines showed that their fanbase was still there, and also that they were able to attract new audiences, especially in Central Europe and Scandinavia, where the albums sold extremely well. They appeared again at the Nobel Peace Prize concert in 2001. a-ha's music video for the song, "I Wish I Cared" was the first fully web-based animated flash music video to be made available. A live album (from their 2002 tour) with the title How Can I Sleep With Your Voice in My Head? was released in March of 2003, preceded by a live single of the 1986 classic "The Sun Always Shines on TV". In 2004, an in-depth book entitled "The Swing Of Things" was published, also featuring a CD of early demo material. In 2004, a-ha celebrated their twentieth anniversary with the release of a new singles collection: The Definitive Singles Collection 1984-2004. This compilation brought them back into the UK Top 20 Album Charts, where they reached number thirteen. Over their career, a-ha have officially released 32 singles. 13 of these became top ten singles in the UK, and 14 singles have been number one on the radio lists over the world. The compilation included some of the highlights from a-ha's last 20 years. In September, a-ha returned to the U.S. (at Irving Plaza in New York City) for the band's first concert on American soil since 1986. A short impromptu performance of "Take on Me" occurred on September 11 in Times Square. On August 27, 2005, the band played a concert for 120,000 people in Frognerparken in Oslo, the largest concert ever in Norway. On November 4, 2005, the band released its new studio album, Analogue. The first single "PlayCelice" was released on October 4 in mainland Europe. Later that same month, a tour followed, with concerts in Brussels, France, Germany and the UK. The release of the track, "PlayAnalogue (All I Want)" followed in the UK in January 2006, giving a-ha its first top ten hit in the UK since 1988. The third single in Europe (second in the UK) from the album was the Magne Furuholmen penned "PlayCosy Prisons", already a live-staple in the band's set. On the 30 October 2006 in London a-ha received the prestigious Q Inspiration Award for its long contribution to music and for inspiring many of their younger colleagues in the business. orded a cover of John Lennon's "#9 Dream" for Amnesty International. A new a-ha album, [The World Has Been Saved, is expected for release in the fall of 2008. Photo galleries and additional information can be viewed at their official site, www.a-ha.com. www.a-ha.com http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A-ha (MORE)
ha is laughter reffered 2 tpying ha because you cant talk through da computer!! that was technical term the short 1 is ha is funny!!!!!!!
He became paralysed and lived first in Jalapia and then in a monastery at Xochimilcofilm where Bishop Juan de ZumÃ¡rraga treated him until his own death in 1548. after tgat nothing more is known other than the friar died on March 25, 1558.
The body's vital energy; although everything has chi in it, the chi generated by human beings is different, unique, it is a bridge between heaven and earth. If made to circulate over a period of many years for long enough, in time it becomes refined into "Shen" or "divine" chi.
there are a lot of versions since the song is a part of the public domain, here are three that I've found the lyrics to and a few more i haven't Lyrics (as laundered and published by Henry J. Sayers for the sheet music). A smart and stylish girl you see, Belle of good society Not too strict …but rather free Yet as right as right can be! Never forward, never bold Not too hot, and not too cold But the very thing, I'm told, That in your arms you'd like to hold. . Chorus: . Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay! (sung 8 times) . I'm not extravagantly shy And when a nice young man is nigh For his heart I have a try And faint away with tearful cry! When the good young man in haste Will support me round the waist I don't come to while thus embraced Till of my lips he steals a taste! . Chorus . I'm a timid flow'r of innocence Pa says that that I have no sense, I'm one eternal big expense But men say that I'm just "immense!" 'ere my verses I conclude I'd like it known and understood Though free as air, I'm never rude I'm not too bad and not too good! . Chorus . You should see me out with Pa, Prim, and most particular; The young men say, "Ah, there you are!" And Pa says, "That's peculiar!" "It's like their cheek!" I say, and so Off again with Pa I go-- He's quite satisfied--although, When his back's turned--well, you know-- . Chorus. . Verses as sung by Lottie Collins:. A sweet tuxedo girl you see A queen of swell society Fond of fun as fond can be When it's on the strict Q.T. I'm not too young, I'm not too old Not too timid, not too bold Just the kind you'd like to hold Just the kind for sport I'm told . Chorus: . Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-re! (sung 8 times) . I'm a blushing bud of innocence Papa says at big expense Old maids say I have no sense Boys declare, I'm just immense Before my song I do conclude I want it strictly understood Though fond of fun, I'm never rude Though not too bad I'm not too good . Chorus . A sweet tuxedo girl you see A queen of swell society Fond of fun as fond can be When it's on the strict Q.T. I'm not too young, I'm not too old Not too timid, not too bold Just the kind you'd like to hold Just the kind for sport I'm told . Chorus. . Lyrics of Joe hill version . I had a job once threshing wheat Worked sixteen hours with hands and feet. And when the moon was shining bright, They kept me working all the night. One moonlight night, I hate to tell, I "accidentally" slipped and fell. My pitchfork went right in between Some cog wheels of that thresh-machine. . Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ay! It made a noise that way. And wheels and bolts and hay, Went flying every way. That stingy rube said, "Well! A thousand gone to hell. But I did sleep that night, I needed it all right. . Next day that stingy rube did say, "I'll bring my eggs to town today; You grease my wagon up, you mutt, And don't forget to screw the nut. I greased his wagon all right, But I plumb forgot to screw the nut, And when he started on that trip, The wheel slipped off and broke his hip. . Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ay! It made a noise that way, That rube was sure a sight, And mad enough to fight; His whiskers and his legs Were full of scrambled eggs; I told him, "That's too bad -- I'm feeling very sad" . And then that farmer said, "You turk! I bet you are an "I Won't Work". He paid me off right there, By Gum! So I went home and told my chum. Next day when threshing did commence, My chum was Johnny on the fence; And 'pon my word, that awkward kid, He dropped his pitchfork, like I did. . Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ay! It made a noise that way, And part of that machine Hit Reuben on the bean. He cried, "Oh me, oh my; I nearly lost my eye" My partner said, "You're right -- It's bedtime now, good night" . But still that rube was pretty wise, These things did open up his eyes. He said, "There must be something wrong; I think I work my men too long" He cut the hours and raised the pay, Gave ham and eggs for every day, Now gets his men from union hall, And has no "accidents" at all. . Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ay! That rube is feeling gay; He learned his lesson quick, Just through a simple trick. For fixing rotten jobs And fixing greedy slobs, This is the only way, Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ay! . the howdy doody theme is based on it, as is a number of camp and military songs and here is a link to a 30 second preview of a foreign vershion http://mog.com/music/Alan_Lomax/Caribbean_Voyage:_Brown_Girl_in_the_Ring/Tra_la_la_Voumb%C3%A9 (MORE)
Because he was looking for one of the (supposed) seven cities of gold. CIbola is where he went and found it was nothing but buildings of hay and animal skins.
5 il Brasile (1958 - 1962 - 1970 - 1994 - 2002); 4 l'Italia (1934 - 1938 - 1982 - 2006); 3 Germania (1954 - 1974 - 1990); 2 Argentina (1978 - 1986) 2 Uruguay (1930 - 1950) 1 Inghilterra (1966); 1 Francia (1998).
was built in 1718 to protect and establish spanish community,a dn to spread religion to the American Indians
fray marcos de niza was born 1495 in a nice house in duchey , savey
He apparently became stricken with paralysis and nothing more is known other than that the friar died on March 25, 1558.
Chi is the term used in traditional Chinese medicine and in "internal" martial arts for the biological energy that energizes all living things and connects them. The flow of this energy in the body is considered essential for health. Health practices such as acupuncture and acupressure are designed …to unblock the flow of chi. The practice of "chi-gung" trains the student to develop and strengthen the flow of this energy in the body for increasing health and in the martial arts, to increase power and the ability to neutralize force directed against you. There are many styles of chi-gung such as "Eight Brocade, "Wild Goose" and "Animal Exercises" (nowadays given the modern name, "Zookinesis". This is an ancient style which also provides great exercise). The way this energy is used in the martial arts is as a type of internal sense. The student is able to pay attention to the feeling of all the muscles, joints and other parts of the body and is able to coordinate their activities precisely. This allows him to use the minimal movement for maximum effect. There is the least amount of external body movement possible, while the muscles and joints are internally shifting to create the most advantageous alignment of the body for fighting at each moment. In massage, the masseur must be able to perceive any blockages to the flow of energy to his patient and use techniques to unblock that flow. In this way he brings the maximum chi energy (and blood and lymph) to each cell of the body, keeping the body healthy. Such massage is referred to as "Tai-chi massage" or "chi-gung massage". (MORE)
Marcos de Niza- a priest who led an expedition in search of the Seven Cities of Gold Estevanico- An enslaved Moor, was forced to accompany Marcos de Niza to look for the Seven Cities.
No one knows the specific years but it was some time roughly around 1850 and 1867 but most people think it was around 1820-1840
Dino Buzzati Traverso [16x1906 - 28i1972], scrittore, pittore e giornalista dal comune italiano di San Pellegrino di Belluno, ha scritto 'Il deserto dei Tartari' nel 1940.
He was a Franciscan who traveled from Mexico City to what is now Arizona. He was looking for a city of gold; he was called "liar priest" because he never found any gold. He went back to Mexico City in disgrace.
"Chi" is the "vital life force energy" discussed in many Eastern Religions (though not always called Chi). It is omnipresent, therefore you can't really "get it" because you already have it. However, there are techniques found within martial arts and eastern philosophy schools which teach you how to… harness and channel the Chi for greater efficacy. (MORE)
Officially, it was a DQ for Barrera's corner coming into the ring before the bell for the end of Round 5 had sounded...Barrera's corner protested, claiming they thought the bell had already rung...the moment Barrera's corner entered the ring, Jones' corner entered the ring and started to celebrate. …Barrera took a beating in the final 30 seconds of the round, and I'm of the opinion that Barrera's corner indeed wanted to stop the fight, but realized they goofed up when the bell for the end of the round immediately sounded. It's also worth noting that the ref in this fight seemed very nervous and unsure throughout, and added to the confusion at the end of the fight when he himself seemed unsure on what to do. The entire bout can be found on YouTube. (MORE)
It was hard to get used to. First off it was hard for the native Americans to stop their culture, their way of life that served them well. They prayed few times everyday. The men became blacksmiths, carpenters or worked on farms. The women made pottery, woven clothes or baskets, and took care of the… children. The children had religious lessons and helped out. (MORE)
I means "Girl, where are you?", but the grammar is incorrect. You used "es", which is a form of "ser". This is not used for location. In this case, you should say "Chica, Â¿donde estÃ¡s?". If you said "Chica, Â¿de donde es?" , then it would be the correct way of saying "Girl, where are you fro…m?" (MORE)
Friar Marcos de Niza (ca. 1500-1558), Franciscan missionary in Spanish America, set the route to the fabled "Seven Cities of Cibola" for the expedition of Coronado. The birthplace of Marcos de Niza is unknown, but he was either French or Italian, probably the former. In his youth he lived at Nic…e in the duchy of Savoy. He became a Franciscan and went to Santo Domingo as a missionary in 1531, later going to Guatemala, Peru, and Mexico City. The reports of Ãlvar NÃºÃ±ez Cabeza de Vaca and three companions, who walked from the Texas coast to CuliacÃ¡n in 1536, raised hopes in Mexico of fabulous riches to the north. Viceroy Antonio de Mendoza prepared the expedition of Francisco VÃ¡squez de Coronado to investigate. However, in 1539 he dispatched Marcos de Niza with Estabanico (who had been with Cabeza de Vaca) to explore in advance. The friar sent his companion ahead. Estabanico reached the Zuni pueblo of Hawikuh in western New Mexico and was killed by Indians. Marcos learned of his companion's death but pressed on, escorted by friendly Mexican Indians, until he saw Hawikuh from a neighboring hillside. He gained an "incredibly distorted impression of Hawikuh," and it has been suggested that the sun shining on the dwellings made them look like gold and silver. Marcos believed he had seen one of the "Seven Cities," originally located by legend on an Atlantic island but now thought to be westward. Returning to Mexico, he described the place as larger than Mexico City, with houses 10 stories high whose doors and fronts were made of turquoise . Mendoza needed no more convincing. The Coronado expedition, with the friar as guide, departed early in 1540. They reached Hawikuh on July 7 and captured it. But the soldiers were enraged on finding nothing but a poor Indian village . They cursed the friar so vehemently that Coronado, not wishing to have the blood of a churchman on his hands, sent him back to Mexico City. The accompanying message stated, "Friar Marcos has not told the truth in a single thing that he said." The rest of the friar's career proved uneventful. He apparently became stricken with paralysis and lived first at Jalapa and then in a monastery at Xochimilco. Bishop Juan de ZumÃ¡rraga gave him aid until his own death in 1548. Nothing more is known other than that the friar died on March 25, 1558. (MORE)
It just means Chile, the miners from Chile. This was fixed to honor those 33 men that were stuck in the mine for 2 months!
Chi is enargey in its purest form every one has Chi some people more than others and some know how to use it better than others
Get gold and riches and be a successful. Guide to estevanico after Alvarez Nunez cabeza de vaca died
The original construction dates to 1718 and the building known as the Alamo was built in 1744.
It was named to honor Saint Anthony of Padua and the Viceroy of New Spain, the Narquess of Valero.
ãããã¡ã¯ Konnichiwa Pretty much means "Hello" in Japanese. ã§ã desu Added to the end of some sentences, meaning something like "it is." I would need more context, but it sounds like you're introducing someone named Konnichiwa. (You could introduce yoursel…f by saying "___ desu." or you could name someone or something saying the same.) (MORE)
Translation: What would you bring (him) He Dieart as a souvenir after returning from a trip. He Dieart would presumably be a name since it means nothing in Spanish, although it is not capitalized here.
Construction of the Castillo de San Marcos commenced in 1672, construction lasted for 23 years until completion in 1695
The Castillo de San Marcos is a fort in Florida. It is located at 11 South Castillo Drive in the city of Augustine. Construction commenced on the fort in 1672.
Dina de Marco was born on July 6, 1937, in Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico.
Joseph De Marco died on June 19, 2008, in Los Angeles, California, USA of complication during surgery.
Licio Marcos de Oliveira was born on December 16, 1958, in Viosa, Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Anthony De Marco has: Played James in "Days of Our Lives" in 1965. Played Young Shawn in "Days of Our Lives" in 1965. Played Jordan Kaplan in "The King of Queens" in 1998. Performed in "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" in 2004. Played Little Earl in "My Name Is Earl" in 2005. Played Five Year OId… Earl in "My Name Is Earl" in 2005. Played 4 Year Old Earl in "My Name Is Earl" in 2005. Played Six Year OId Earl in "My Name Is Earl" in 2005. Played Eight Year Old Earl in "My Name Is Earl" in 2005. Played Boy in "The Prestige" in 2006. Played Zack in "Sacrifices of the Heart" in 2007. Played Nemo in "Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage" in 2007. Played Abducted Kid in "Changeling" in 2008. Played Abducted Kid in "Partners in Crime: Clint Eastwood and Angelina Jolie" in 2009. (MORE)
The cast of Chi de chi wo arau - 1924 includes: Harue Koike Taisuke Matsumoto Gincho Segawa Masako Yanagi
The cast of Chi chi de ai - 1973 includes: Feng Chang Tao Chiang Tu Chin Yi Kwan Chiu Ping Hu Ping Ping Wang Chu Su Yung Wang
The cast of Tras las huellas de Palau - 1985 includes: Francisco Arturo Palau as himself
The cast of Tras la pista de Otal - 2009 includes: Jordi Boixaderas as Narrador
The cast of Storia del mondo per chi ha fretta - 2001 includes: Ivano Pelizzoni as Narrator
Quel signore ha vinto il milione - 1910 was released on: Austria: April 1910 UK: May 1910 France: 3 May 1910 USA: 14 May 1910
Marco De Marinis has written: 'In cerca dell'attore' -- subject(s): Acting, History, Theater 'The semiotics of performance' -- subject(s): Semiotics, Theater 'En Busca del Actor y del Espectador' 'Semiotica del teatro' -- subject(s): Semiotics, Theater 'Capire il teatro' -- subject(s): His…tory, Theater (MORE)
Marco De Michelis has written: 'Espressionismo E Nuova Oggettivita' 'Ottagono 98' 'Ottagono 101' 'Ottagono 99' 'Ottagono 100'
Marcos de Lisboa has written: 'Vocabulario de la lengua bicol' -- subject(s): Bikol, Bikol language, Dictionaries, Spanish, Spanish language