Jules Pétiaux

Jules Pétiaux, né le 7 février 1883 à Manage et y décédé le 21 février 1930 est un homme politique belge de langue français, bourgmestre de Manage du 1er juin 1921 au 31 décembre 1926 et verrier d’Art. Il est le premier bourgmestre de cette commune issu du Parti Ouvrier Belge.

Jules Joseph Pétiaux est né à Manage en 1883 dans le quartier ouvrier dit des “Gobeleteries” adjacent aux verreries Bougard et aujourd’hui détruit. Fils unique de Gustave Pétiaux maillots de foots, gobeletier, il devient tailleur sur verre vers 1898 et travaille à partir de 1901 aux Verreries de Scailmont, établissement renommé pour la qualité de sa production artistique. Marié en 1904 avec Juliette Delalune, une tailleuse sur verre, il est père de trois enfants : Lucien (1904-1969), Lucienne (1906-1987) et Louise Gustavine (1914-1962) et réside à la rue Cirière dans la maison qu’il a fait bâtir en 1914 où il meurt en 1930 à l’âge de 47 ans.
Très tôt intéressé par la question sociale, il collabore aux premiers mouvements mutualistes nés dans la Région du Centre et s’inscrit au POB. Militant actif il débute dès 1903 une carrière syndicaliste et crée rapidement un syndicat coopératif. En 1909 il est désigné secrétaire de son syndicat professionnel et l’année suivante il participe en qualité de membre du Comité de la Grève des verriers et tailleurs de Manage et Familleureux.
En 1914 il participe à la fondation de la Maison du Peuple, filiale de la coopérative de Jolimont. Suite aux élections communales de 1921 il devient bourgmestre de la commune de Manage et occupera cette fonction jusqu’en 1926.
Parmi les réalisations menées lors de son mandat on peut citer la création d’un réseau d’adduction et de distribution d’eau à Manage nike soccer jerseys 2016 outlet. Le 26 août 1923 il inaugure le Monument aux Morts dédié aux victimes de la Première Guerre alors situé sur la Place de la Gare de Manage.

Un moment à Pékin

Un moment à Pékin est un roman écrit par Lin Yutang en 1939, édité en deux Tomes : Enfances chinoises et Le triomphe de la vie

En 1900. M.Yao, un commerçant à l’idéal taoïste, doit quitter Pékin avec sa famille à la suite de la révolte des Boxers. Sa seconde fille âgée de dix ans, Mulan, est enlevée sur le chemin par des voleurs d’enfants. Après quelques péripéties, cette dernière est recueillie par la famille de M.Tseng, un confucianiste traditionnel. Les deux familles vont alors entrer en relation, figurant la confrontation de deux perspectives différentes quant à l’avenir du pays. Mulan est mariée avec Sunya, le troisième fils du familie Tseng, même si elle tombait amoureuse d’un garçon étudiant et pauvre, appelé Kung Lifu, que se mariera avec la sœur de Mulan, Mochow.
On retrouve ici le personnage de Moulane plus âgée, aux prises avec la modernité et les bouleversements de l’Histoire, de la chute de la Mandchourie jusqu’à l’invasion par le Japon.
À travers ce roman, l’auteur tente une grande fresque qui illustre sa volonté constante de faire découvrir la Chine à l’Occident, lui-même étant à cheval entre les deux cultures. Malgré la gravité des évènements, il tente d’y insuffler une certaine dose d’optimisme robe sandro.
Le livre a été écrit en anglais sous le titre Moment in Peking. Il a été traduit en chinois à plusieurs reprises, notamment à Taiwan en 1977 par Zhang Zhenyu. Une édition expurgée est disponible en Chine continentale depuis 1987. La traduction française de François Fosca (1944) est rééditée par Picquier (en poche : tome 1 ISBN 978-2877309950 ; tome 2 ISBN 978-2877309967).
Adaptation en 2005 par Zhang Zien pour la télévision, dans une série de 44 épisodes produite par CCTV. Zhao Wei y interprétait Moulane. Cette série télévisée a reçu la plus haute cote de l’année en Chine.
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Joachim Zoepf

Joachim Zoepf (* 1955 in Düsseldorf) ist ein deutscher Holzbläser im Bereich der Neuen Improvisierten Musik, der zunächst auch im Jazzbereich aktiv war. Neben dem Sopran-, Tenor- und Baritonsaxophon zählt die Bassklarinette zu seinem Instrumentarium.

Zoepf, dessen Vater als Amateur musikalisch wirkte, begann 1964, Klavier zu lernen. Ab 1976 spielte er Saxophon adidas deutschland. Sein Musikstudium nahm er 1979 zunächst am Konservatorium in Wien bei Karel Krautgartner auf und setzte es später an der Musikhochschule Köln im Bereich Jazz fort. Seit 1983 arbeitet er freiberuflich als Musiker und Musikpädagoge. Er wirkte in den unterschiedlichsten Formationen mit, sei es aus dem Bereich des „aufgeklärten Jazz“ (u.a. in der Kölner Saxophon Mafia, Lunx) oder der Neuen Musik (u.a. Zusammenarbeit mit Paulo C. Chagas).
Zoepfs derzeitiger Arbeitsschwerpunkt liegt in der „Improvisierten Neuen Musik“, die er in vorzugsweise kontinuierlich probenden Formationen spielt. Sein besonderes Interesse gilt der genreübergreifenden Zusammenarbeit mit der darstellenden oder bildenden Kunst. Er zeichnet zudem für zahlreiche Produktionen und Veröffentlichungen verantwortlich. Er arbeitet(e) u.a. mit Mark Charig, Hans Schneider, Wolfgang Schliemann, Ulrich Phillip, Günter Christmann, Frank Rühl, Melvyn Poore, Gunda Gottschalk, Martin Theurer, Johannes S. Sistermanns oder Rilo Chmielorz.
Daneben arbeitete Zoepf in der „Initiative Kölner Jazzhaus“ und im „Initiativkreis Freie Musik“ in Köln mit und ist mit Paul Hubweber Mitbegründer der „Arbeitsgemeinschaft Improvisierte Musik“. 1999 initiierte er das Label „Improvisers Series“ als Sublabel von Nur/Nicht/Nur. Er legte bisher drei Soloalben vor und war an vier Alben mit der Kölner Saxophon Mafia beteiligt.

Subgroup growth

In mathematics, subgroup growth is a branch of group theory, dealing with quantitative questions about subgroups of a given group.
Let G be a finitely generated group. Then, for each integer n define n(G) to be the number of subgroups U of index n in G. Similarly, if G is a topological group, s_n(G) denotes the number of open subgroups U of index n in G. One similarly defines m_n(G) and to denote the number of maximal and normal subgroups of index n, respectively.
Subgroup growth studies these functions, their interplay, and the characterization of group theoretical properties in terms of these functions.
The theory was motivated by the desire to enumerate finite groups of given order, and the analogy with Mikhail Gromov’s notion of word growth.

Let G be a finitely generated torsionfree nilpotent group. Then there exists a composition series with infinite cyclic factors, which induces a bijection (not though necessarily a homomorphism).
such that group multiplication can be expressed by polynomial functions in these coordinates; in particular, the multiplication is definable. Using methods from the model theory of p-adic integers, F. Grunewald, D. Segal and G. Smith showed that the local zeta function
is a rational function in p−s.
As an example, let G be the discrete Heisenberg group. This group has a “presentation” with generators x, y, z and relations
Hence, elements of G can be represented as triples (a, b, c) of integers with group operation given by
To each finite index subgroup U of G, associate the set of all “good bases´´ of U as follows. Note that G has a normal series
with infinite cyclic factors. A triple (g_1, g_2, g_3) in G is called a good basis of U, if g_1, g_2, g_3 generate U, and . In general

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, it is quite complicated to determine the set of good bases for a fixed subgroup U. To overcome this difficulty, one determines the set of all good bases of all finite index subgroups, and determines how many of these belong to one given subgroup fashion clothing. To make this precise, one has to embed the Heisenberg group over the integers into the group over p-adic numbers. After some computations, one arrives at the formula
where μ is the Haar measure on Zp, denotes the p-adic absolute value and is the set of tuples of p-adic integers
such that
is a good basis of some finite-index subgroup. The latter condition can be translated into
Now, the integral can be transformed into an iterated sum to yield
where the final evaluation consists of repeated application of the formula for the value of the geometric series. From this we deduce that ζG(s) can be expressed in terms of the Riemann zeta function as
For more complicated examples, the computations become difficult, and in general one cannot expect a closed expression for ζG(s). The local factor
can always be expressed as a definable p-adic integral. Applying a result of MacIntyre on the model theory of p-adic integers, one deduces again that ζG(s) is a rational function in p−s. Moreover, M. du Sautoy and F. Grunewald showed that the integral can be approximated by Artin L-functions. Using the fact that Artin L-functions are holomorphic in a neighbourhood of the line , they showed that for any torsionfree nilpotent group, the function ζG(s) is meromorphic in the domain
where α is the abscissa of convergence of ζG(s), and δ is some positive number, and holomorphic in some neighbourhood of . Using a Tauberian theorem this implies
for some real number α and a non-negative integer k.
Let G be a group, U a subgroup of index n. Then G acts on the set of left cosets of U in G by left shift:
In this way, U induces a homomorphism of G into the symmetric group on . G acts transitively on , and vice versa, given a transitive action of G on
the stabilizer of the point 1 is a subgroup of index n in G. Since the set
can be permuted in
ways, we find that is equal to the number of transitive G-actions divided by . Among all G-actions, we can distinguish transitive actions by a sifting argument, to arrive at the following formula
where denotes the number of homomorphisms
In several instances the function is easier to be approached then , and, if grows sufficiently large, the sum is of negligible order of magnitude, hence, one obtains an asymptotic formula for .
As an example, let be the free group on two generators. Then every map of the generators of extends to a homomorphism
that is
From this we deduce
For more complicated examples, the estimation of involves the representation theory and statistical properties of symmetric groups.

RV Polar Duke

The RV Polar Duke is a 219-foot ice-strengthened research vessel built in 1983

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. Polar Duke was designed specifically for scientific research with wet and dry laboratories, and an electronic workshop and laboratory. The hull is constructed similar to that of an icebreaker, but the ship isn’t as powerful as an icebreaker. It was originally equipped with a stern A-frame crane and helicopter deck; these were both removed in a major refit in 1998.
Polar Duke was chartered by the National Science Foundation for use in support of the United States Antarctic Program (USAP) from January 1985 until June 1997. The “Duke” transported supplies and personnel between Palmer Station, Antarctica and the port of Punta Arenas, Chile, on the Strait of Magellan, for 13 years, providing seagoing and shore-based research support in waters and islands in the Drake Passage and around the Antarctic Peninsula. In November 1997 Polar Duke was replaced in its role with USAP by the ice strengthened Lawrence M. Gould.
In May 1998, the Polar Duke was rebuilt by its Norwegian owner, Rieber Shipping, as a seismic survey vessel, extending the aft superstructure and converting the helideck to a regular deck. It was assigned to a Rieber subsidiary, Exploration Vessel Resources, which was spun off in 2005 and acquired later that year by CGG, which is now part of CGGVeritas. It was renamed CGG Duke in 2006, and Duke in 2008. The vessel was decommissioned by CGGV in 2009, was reflagged to the Bahamas, and is currently operated by Gardline CGGV, a joint venture between Gardline Geosurvey and CGGVeritas.

Ezra Stoller

Ezra Stoller (16 May 1915 – 29 October 2004) was an American architectural photographer.
Stoller was born in Chicago. His interest in photography began while he was an architecture student at New York University, when he began making lantern slides and photographs of architectural models, drawings and sculpture. After his graduation in 1939, he concentrated on photography.
His work featured landmarks of modern architecture, including Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Seagram Building, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, Alvar Aalto’s Finnish Pavilion at the 1939 New York World’s Fair, and Eero Saarinen’s last project Bell Labs Holmdel Complex michael kors online. Stoller is often cited in aiding the spread of the Modern Movement.
In 1961, he was the first recipient of a Gold Medal for Photography from the American Institute of Architects. Stoller’s photographs are featured in the books Modern Architecture: Photographs by Ezra Stoller and Ezra Stoller, Photographer. In his later years, Stoller founded Esto Photographics, a commercial photography firm currently directed by his daughter Erica Stoller.
Stoller’s son Evan Stoller is an architect and designer of a line of architecturally influenced modern furniture called Stoller Works.
He died in Williamstown, Massachusetts, on 29 October 2004, from complications of a stroke.

Twenty-second Amendment to the United States Constitution

The Twenty-second Amendment (Amendment XXII) of the United States Constitution sets a term limit for election and overall time of service to the office of President of the United States. Congress passed the amendment on March 21, 1947. It was ratified by the requisite 36 of the then-48 states on February 27, 1951.

Section 1. No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President shall be elected to the office of the President more than once. But this article shall not apply to any person holding the office of President when this article was proposed by the Congress, and shall not prevent any person who may be holding the office of President, or acting as President, during the term within which this article becomes operative from holding the office of President or acting as President during the remainder of such term.
Section 2. This article shall be inoperative unless it shall have been ratified as an amendment to the Constitution by the legislatures of three-fourths of the several states within seven years from the date of its submission to the states by the Congress.
Some historians point to George Washington’s decision against a third term as evidence that the founders saw a self-imposed two-term limit as a bulwark against a monarchy. Nevertheless, in his Farewell Address, Washington both reveals he considered not standing for reelection in 1792,[Note 1] and that his decision not to seek a third term in 1796 was due to age, not intention to set precedent. Nine years later, Thomas Jefferson further contributed to the convention of a voluntary two-term limit when he wrote in 1807, “if some termination to the services of the chief Magistrate be not fixed by the Constitution, or supplied by practice, his office, nominally four years, will in fact become for life.” Jefferson’s immediate successors, James Madison and James Monroe, adhered to the two-term principle as well. In a new political atmosphere several years later, Andrew Jackson continued the precedent.
Even prior to Franklin D. Roosevelt, however, several Presidents attempted to serve a third term. Following Jackson’s exit from office after two terms, and due to Lincoln’s assassination before his second term was complete, Ulysses S. Grant was the first since the 1830s who was in a position to explore a third term. In 1880, after having served from 1869 to 1877, Grant sought nomination for a third term at the Republican National Convention, but narrowly lost his party’s nomination to James Garfield. During a period dominated by Republicans, had Grant been nominated (with the actual nominee winning), he might well have won a third term. Years later, Grover Cleveland pursued a third term (and second consecutive term) in 1896, but in the wake of the Panic of 1893, lost virtually all support to the Silverites led by William Jennings Bryan.[citation needed] He furthermore declined to head the Gold Democrat ticket, whose performance proved abysmal, although their campaign did receive his endorsement Prada Sale.
Theodore Roosevelt succeeded to the presidency upon William McKinley’s assassination and was himself elected in 1904 to a full term, serving from 1901 to 1909. He sought to be elected to a non-consecutive third term in the election of 1912, but lost to Woodrow Wilson. McKinley’s death came only six months into his second term, and while election in 1912 would not have constituted a third elected term, Roosevelt could have otherwise served eleven and a half years, just short of three full terms. Woodrow Wilson himself tried for nomination to a third term in 1920 by deadlocking the convention; he deliberately blocked the nomination of the former Secretary of the Treasury, his son-in-law William Gibbs McAdoo, the front-runner. Wilson anticipated that the party would side with their sitting president were the convention deadlocked. Wilson, however, was too unpopular even within his own party at the time, and James M. Cox was nominated. He would again contemplate running for a nonconsecutive third term in 1924, devising a strategy for his comeback, but again lacked any support and died at the beginning of the year.
Franklin D. Roosevelt spent the months leading up to the 1940 Democratic National Convention refusing to state whether he would seek a third term. His Vice President, John Nance Garner, along with Postmaster General James Farley, announced their candidacies for the Democratic nomination. When the convention came, Roosevelt sent a message to the convention, saying he would run only if drafted, saying delegates were free to vote for whomever they pleased. The delegates issued 946 votes for Roosevelt, 72 for Farley, and 61 for Garner; they replaced Garner with Henry A. Wallace, and Farley resigned as postmaster general. In the 1940 general election, while Republican Wendell Willkie received six million more votes than the previous Republican candidate (Alfred Landon) had in 1936, Roosevelt still won decisively, taking 38 of 48 states. His supporters cited impending war as a reason for breaking with precedent, while Willkie had run against the principle of a third term.
In the 1944 election, held during World War II, Roosevelt won a fourth term, defeating New York governor Thomas E. Dewey. While quelling rumors of his poor health through his campaigning, Roosevelt’s health was deteriorating, and he suffered a cerebral hemorrhage, dying in office on April 12, 1945. Roosevelt was the first president elected to a third term, and the only one to exceed eight years in office. While elected to twice as many terms as any other president, his death in 1945 came early in his fourth term, while delay in ratification of the Twentieth Amendment meant that Roosevelt’s first inauguration took place on March 4, 1933. This limited his time in office to 12 years and 39 days, much less than the 16 years to which he was actually elected.
Near the end of the 1944 campaign, Thomas Dewey announced support of an amendment that would limit future presidents to two terms. According to Dewey, “four terms, or sixteen years, is the most dangerous threat to our freedom ever proposed.” The Republican-controlled 80th Congress approved a twenty-second Amendment in March 1947; it was signed by Speaker of the House Joseph W. Martin and acting President pro tempore of the Senate William F. Knowland. Nearly four years later, in February 1951, enough states ratified the amendment for its adoption. The new amendment, however, did not apply to the incumbent, technically allowing Harry S. Truman to serve without limit. However, after poor performance in the 1952 New Hampshire primary, Truman chose not to seek his party’s nomination. The same party has won the presidency in three consecutive elections only once since World War II, when Republican George H. W. Bush won in 1988 after two terms as Vice President with Republican Ronald Reagan. In all other cases, the opposing party’s candidate has won after two terms with a single party: Dwight D. Eisenhower (R) in 1952, John F. Kennedy (D) in 1960, Richard Nixon (R) in 1968, Jimmy Carter (D) in 1976, George W. Bush (R) in 2000, and Barack Obama (D) in 2008.
The Congress proposed the Twenty-second Amendment on March 24, 1947. The proposed amendment was adopted on February 27, 1951.
The following states ratified the amendment:
Ratification was completed on February 27, 1951. The amendment was subsequently ratified by the following states:
In addition, the following states voted to reject the amendment:
The following states took no action to consider the amendment:
(Neither Alaska nor Hawaii had yet been admitted as states at the time.)
According to historian Glenn W. LaFantasie of Western Kentucky University (who was opposed to repealing the amendment), “ever since 1985, when Ronald Reagan was serving in his second term as president, there have been repeated attempts to repeal the 22nd Amendment to the Constitution, which limits each president to two terms.” In early 1989, during an exit interview with Tom Brokaw of NBC, President Reagan stated his intention to fight for the amendment’s repeal. However, after being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 1994, his post-presidential ambitions had to be scrapped.
In addition, several congressmen, including Democrats Rep. Barney Frank, Rep. José E. Serrano, Rep. Howard Berman

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, and Sen. Harry Reid, and Republicans Rep. Guy Vander Jagt, Rep. David Dreier and Sen. Mitch McConnell have introduced legislation to repeal the Twenty-second Amendment, but each resolution died before making it out of its respective committee. Other alterations have been proposed, including replacing the absolute two term limit with a limit of no more than two consecutive terms and giving Congress the power to grant a dispensation to a current or former president by way of a supermajority vote in both houses.[citation needed]
On January 4, 2013, Rep. José E. Serrano again introduced a resolution proposing an Amendment to repeal the 22nd Amendment, as he has done every two years since 1997; he has not done so during the 114th Congress as of June 2015.
There is a point of contention regarding the interpretation of the Twenty-second Amendment as it relates to the Twelfth Amendment, ratified in 1804, which provides that “no person constitutionally ineligible to the office of President shall be eligible to that of Vice President of the United States.”
While it is clear that under the Twelfth Amendment the original constitutional qualifications of age, citizenship, and residency apply to both the President and Vice President, it is unclear whether a two-term president could later serve as Vice President. Some argue that the Twenty-second Amendment and Twelfth Amendment bar any two-term president from later serving as Vice President as well as from succeeding to the presidency from any point in the United States presidential line of succession. Others contend that the Twelfth Amendment concerns qualification for service, while the Twenty-second Amendment concerns qualifications for election, and thus a former two-term president is still eligible to serve as vice president. The practical applicability of this distinction has not been tested, as no former president has ever sought the vice presidency. During Hillary Clinton’s 2016 candidacy, she said that she had considered naming Bill Clinton as her Vice President, but had been advised it would be unconstitutional.
The constitution does not restrict the number of terms a person can serve as Vice President.
The amendment explicitly did not apply to the sitting president (Harry S. Truman) at the time it was proposed by Congress. Truman, who had served nearly all of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s unexpired fourth term and who had been elected to a full term in 1948, withdrew as a candidate for re-election in 1952 after losing the New Hampshire primary. Had he won, he would have been eligible to run again in 1956.
Since the amendment’s ratification, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard M. Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama have been elected president twice. The only president who took office after the ratification of the Twenty-second Amendment and who could have served more than eight years was Lyndon B. Johnson. He became President in 1963 when John F. Kennedy was assassinated, served the final 14 months (less than two years) of Kennedy’s term, was elected president in 1964, and ran briefly for re-election in 1968 but chose to withdraw from the race. Gerald Ford became president on August 9, 1974, and served the final 29 months (more than two years) of Richard Nixon’s unexpired term. Ford, who lost to Jimmy Carter in 1976, would have been eligible to be elected in his own right only once.

Ashby Motors

Die Ashby Motors Ltd. war ein britischer Automobilhersteller in Chorlton-cum-Hardy in Manchester. 1922–1923 wurde dort nur ein Modell gefertigt.
Der 8 hp besaß einen Vierzylinder-Reihenmotor mit 969 cm³ Hubraum und seitlich stehenden Ventilen. Der leichte Wagen hatte seine Wurzeln in der Luftfahrtindustrie, der Short Brothers and Harland Ltd. und wurde schon ab 1921 als Short-Ashby gebaut jimmy choo sale.
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Intercambio de tráfico web

Intercambio de tráfico web es la permuta de movimiento de un tipo de sitio web que ofrece un servicio para quienes se dedican a mantenimiento o programación del sitio (webmasters) a cambio de tráfico, por lo general con rotación manual.

El intercambio de tráfico en webs o blogs es el acto de generar tráfico mediante programas de promoción de visitas desde Internet. Por medio de estos programas, el usuario visualiza, durante un tiempo, los distintos webs y blogs que se ofrecen, y acumula créditos que finalmente reditúan en visitas a su web o blog.
Existen dos métodos de intercambio de tráfico web:
Una vez que se finaliza una web es imprescindible que se conozca y distribuya. El posicionamiento de la web es primordial para los buscadores con motivo de que el producto o servicio cobre más relevancia y sea a su vez más importante y destacado en el sector hacia el cual se dirige. Una manera de crear tráfico inmediato para una web es mediante programas de intercambio de tráfico, muy populares en Internet.
Básicamente, estos programas constituyen una verdadera promoción en la web, a través de la red de redes, ya que dar a conocer un sitio web o blog en el mayor número de lugares posibles va directamente unido a su buen éxito. El destino final de tal empresa siempre será aumentar visitas para sus intereses contraídos.
El intercambio de tráfico se remonta al inicio de la web. Lo utilizan sobre todo las organizaciones hermes bolsos, para compartir sitios entre sus empleados.
En 1996 tuvo gran auge, ya que se convirtió en herramienta para localización de sitios interesantes de uso comercial, pues crea tráfico y promoción entre las webs.
Cuando se empezó a usar el surf, los sistemas manuales de intercambios de visitas usaban un contador de 30 segundos. Los creadores de esta técnica pensaron en incidir el máximo tiempo posible con la web en cuestión para poder promocionarla.
La consecuencia de este intervalo cronológico era perjudicial para el anunciante. Por consiguiente, el usuario que la visitaba se ‘aburría’ de esa web, a no ser que fuese atrayente, y finalmente el visitante abría otras ventanas.
Después aparecieron varios exploradores de navegación de Internet que en sus características incorporaban ‘varias pestañas’. Pero también fue negativo para el horizonte de los scripts de intercambio de tráfico. El problema era la acción de abrir a la vez gran cantidad de páginas y cerrarlas casi sin ver su contenido. Actualmente hay scripts de intercambio de tráfico que utilizan esta técnica.
Finalmente, los programadores crearon el boceto de los actuales intercambios de tráfico, el cual se ha mejorado por inserción de seguridad en la navegación, que evita el uso malintencionado de robots que perjudicaban el sistema. Decidieron elaborar una sola ventana de navegación donde el usuario tuviese el control total de la navegación, así como todos los datos correspondientes a su perfil.
Actualmente, los sistemas de intercambio de tráfico son muy seguros y brillan por su robustez y confiabilidad en la navegación.

Ики-Бухус

Ики-Бухус (калм. Ик Бухс) — посёлок в Малодербетовском районе Калмыкии. Административный центр Ики-Бухусовского сельского муниципального образования.
Население — 559 человек (2010)[⇨].

Название производно от названия Ики-Бухусовского аймака. В 1908 году на территории аймака Номто Очировым были записаны первые десять песен эпоса «Джангар» в исполнении джангарчи Ээлян Овла
Дата основания оседлого поселения не установлена. Предположительно оседлый посёлок возник в начале XX века. Первоначально населённый пункт назывался Красное Село. В 1930 году в Красное Село была перевезена Ики-Бухусовская начальная школа. До депортации калмыков (1943 год) в состав Малодербетовского улуса, образованного в 1938 году, входили два отдельных сельсовета: Бага-Бухусовский и Ики-Бухусовский. После депортации территории сельсоветов отошли Сталинградской области. Указом Президиума Верховного совета РСФСР от 10 января 1950 года на базе центральной усадьбы овцеводческого совхоза № 2 был образован Красносельский поссовет на правах сельсовета. Позднее здесь был расположен одноимённый совхоз, разорившийся в 1990-е годы. После восстановления калмыцкой автономии в 1957 году, поскольку посёлки, существовавшие на территории бывших Бага- и Ики-Бухусовских сельсоветов, были разрушены, жители этих поселений возвращались в посёлок Красносельский. С 1959 года Красносельская школа стала семилетней, с 1966 года – средней. Для школы были построены два здания, спортивный зал.
Название Ики-Бухус присвоено в начале 1990-х. В 2007 году посёлок был газифицирован.
Посёлок расположен на востоке Малодербетовского района в пределах Сарпинской низменности (северо-западная часть Прикаспийской низменности), на высоте 2 м над уровнем моря. Рельеф местности равнинный, слабо-волнистый ted baker outlet. С севера естественной границей посёлка служит лиман Хуцин-Толга. С остальных сторон посёлок окружён пастбищными угодьями. В окрестностях посёлка распространены солонцы в комплексе со светлокаштановыми солонцеватыми суглинистыми почвами.
По автомобильной дороге расстояние до столицы Калмыкии города Элиста составляет 240 км, до районного центра села Малые Дербеты – 49 км, до ближайшего города Волгоград Волгоградской области — 140 км, до границы с Астраханской областью — 8 км.
Согласно классификации климатов Кёппена-Гейгера посёлок находится в зоне континентального климата с относительно холодной зимой и жарким летом (Dfa). Многолетняя норма осадков составляет 331 мм. В течение года осадки выпадают относительно равномерно: наибольшее количество осадков выпадает в июне – 35 мм, наименьшее в апреле – 20 мм. Среднегодовая температура воздуха положительная и составляет 8,9 С, среднесуточная температура июля – 24,8 С, января – -7,1 С.
Ики-Бухус, как и вся Республика Калмыкия

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В посёлке имеется несколько магазинов, библиотека, детский сад. Медицинское обслуживание жителей посёлка обеспечивают фельдшерско-акушерский пункт и Малодербетовская центральная районная больница. Ближайшее отделение скорой медицинской помощи расположено в Малых Дербетах. Среднее образование жители посёлка получают в Ики-Бухусовской средней общеобразовательной школе.
Посёлок газифицирован. Центральное водоснабжение отсутствует, потребность в пресной воде обеспечивается индивидуально, путём доставки воды к каждому домовладению. Водоотведение осуществляется за счёт использования выгребных ям.
Для захоронения умерших, как правило, используются местное кладбище.
Районный центр: Малые Дербеты Васильев • Зурган • Ики-Бухус • Ики-Манлан • Плодовитое • Тундутово • Унгн-Тёрячи • Ханата • Хонч Нур