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Eiffel and established
Eiffel later established a separate company to manage the tower.
Using this Eiffel definitely established that the air resistance of a body was very closely related to the square of the airspeed.
By the end of the 1870s Eiffel & Cie, the company formed by Gustave Eiffel in partnership with Theophile Seyrig, had an established position among the leading French engineering companies.

Eiffel and produced
However, shortly afterwards Nepveu's company went bankrupt, but Nepveu found Eiffel a job with the Compagnie des Chemins de Fer de l ' Ouest, for whom Eiffel produced his first bridge design, a sheet iron bridge for the Saint Germaine railway.
Five of the members jointly composed the music for Cocteau's ballet Les mariés de la tour Eiffel, which was produced by the Ballets suédois, the rival to the Ballet Russes.
Meredith directed the movie The Man on the Eiffel Tower ( 1949 ) starring Charles Laughton, which was produced by Irving Allen.
The three subsequently sang together in concerts produced by Hungarian Tibor Rudas and other producers, at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles for the final match of World Cup FIFA 1994, at the Champ de Mars under the Eiffel Tower during the World Cup FIFA 1998 and in Yokohama for the World Cup 2002 FIFA.
Darko Rundek has written and produced much film music, and has occasionally appeared as an actor ( Doctor Kljaić in View from the Eiffel Tower, by N. Vukčević ; Karlo in 100 minuta Slave, by D. Matanić ; Youngster in The Eagle ( Orao ), by Z. Tadić, Marjan film ).
Zinner produced the re-mix of the track ' Compliments ' on British group Bloc Party's 2005 album Silent Alarm Remixed, and has remixed The Plot to Blow Up the Eiffel Tower's song, " INRI ," on their INRI ep.
In 1889, a snow globe containing a model of the newly built Eiffel Tower was produced to commemorate the International Exposition in Paris, which marked the centenary of the French Revolution.

Eiffel and by
Eiffel is an ISO-standardized, object-oriented programming language designed by Bertrand Meyer ( an object-orientation proponent and author of Object-Oriented Software Construction ) and Eiffel Software.
Many concepts initially introduced by Eiffel later found their way into Java, C #, and other languages.
Eiffel was originally developed by Eiffel Software, a company founded by Bertrand Meyer.
The standard was developed by ECMA International, which first approved the standard on 21 June 2005 as Standard ECMA-367, < cite > Eiffel: Analysis, Design and Programming Language </ cite >.
While Eiffel does not allow direct access to the features of a class by a client of the class, it does allow for the definition of an " assigner command ", such as:
The film, Last Paradise, was launched in 2012 as an " original footage " history of extreme sports culture and adventure travel over 45 years, including the origins of extreme surfing, skiing, snowboarding, wakeboarding, windsurfing, hang gliding and kiteboarding, to the first commercialization of bungee jumping by A. J. Hackett, and his famed jump from the Eiffel Tower.
* Eiffel Tower in Paris, designed by Gustave Eiffel in motif as twin to the Eiffel Bridge, re-dubbed Maria Pia Bridge, previously built in Porto, Portugal
* Maria Pia Bridge in Porto, Portugal, designed and build by Gustave Eiffel-Preceding fraternal twin of Eiffel Tower in Paris, France
* Eiffel Bridge, Ungheni, Moldova, designed by Gustave Eiffel
* Eiffel Bridge, Zrenjanin, Serbia, build by Gustave Eiffel's company in Paris
* " Alec Eiffel ", a song by the alternative rock band Pixies
* Eiffel ( programming language ), developed by Bertrand Meyer
Eiffel was not a studious child, and thought his classes at the Lycée Royal in Dijon boring and a waste of time, although in his last two years, influenced by his teachers for history and literature, he began to study seriously, so that he managed to gain his baccalauréats in humanities and science.
Eiffel went on to attend the Collège Sainte-Barbe in Paris, in order to prepare for the difficult entrance exams set by the most important engineering colleges in France.
This was the year that Paris hosted the first World's Fair, and Eiffel was bought a season ticket by his mother
Some of Nepveu's businesses were then acquired by the Compagnie Belge de Matériels de Chemin de Fer: Nepveu was appointed the managing director of the two factories in Paris, and offered Eiffel a job as head of the research department.
The price quoted by Eiffel was FF. 965, 000, far below the nearest competitor and so he was given the job, although since his company was less experienced than his rivals the Portuguese authorities appointed a committee to report on Eiffel et Cie's suitability.

Eiffel and was
* 1995: A concert with Jean Michel Jarre was held at the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
The Director of Documentation for what was then the Société nouvelle d ' exploitation de la tour Eiffel ( SNTE ), Stéphane Dieu, commented in January 2005, " It is really just a way to manage commercial use of the image, so that it isn't used in ways we don't approve.
Although it was the world's tallest structure when completed in 1889, the Eiffel Tower has since lost its standing both as the tallest lattice tower and as the tallest structure in France.
Sather, for example, was originally based on Eiffel but has since diverged, and now includes several functional programming features.
The design of the European flag was displayed on the Eiffel Tower in Paris to celebrate the French presidency of the EU in the second half of 2008.
Alexandre Gustave Eiffel ( ) ( 15 December 1832 – 27 December 1923 ) was a French civil engineer and architect.
Gustave Eiffel was born in Dijon, in the Côte-d ' Or department of France, the first child of Alexandre and Catherine Eiffel.
Although the family always used the name Eiffel, Gustave's name was registered at birth as Bönickhausen, and was not formally changed to Eiffel until 1880.
The business was successful enough for Catherine Eiffel to sell the business in 1843 and retire on the proceeds.
Eiffel had hoped to enter the École Polytechnique, but his tutors decided that his performance was not good enough, and instead he qualified for entry to the École Centrale des Arts et Manufactures in Paris, which offered a rather more vocational training.
Eiffel was initially given the responsibility of assembling the metalwork and eventually took over the management of the entire project from Nepvau, who resigned in March 1860.
Following the completion of the project on schedule Eiffel was appointed as the principal engineer of the Compagnie Belge.

Eiffel and result
The same year Eiffel started work on a system of standardised prefabricated bridges, an idea that was the result of a conversation with the governor of Cochin-China.

Eiffel and air
His first aerodynamic experiments, an investigation of the air resistance of surfaces, was carried out by dropping the surface to be investigated together with a measuring apparatus down a vertical cable stretched between the second level of the Eiffel Tower and the ground.
This " conquest of the air ", in particular his winning the Deutsch de la Meurthe prize on October 19, 1901 on a flight that rounded the Eiffel Tower, made him one of the most famous people in the world during the early 20th century.
The central attraction at Kings Island is International Street featuring the Royal Fountain, a capable of shooting of water into the air each minute, and the signature Eiffel Tower, a 1 / 3 scale replica of the original which offers a view of the entire park to its guests.
" Y ' a d ' la joie " evokes ' joy ' through a series of disconnected images, including that of a subway car shooting out of its tunnel into the air, the Eiffel Tower crossing the street and a baker making excellent bread.
Among his other achievements, Cailletet installed a 300-m / 985-ft high manometer on the Eiffel Tower ; conducted an investigation of air resistance on falling bodies ; made a study of a liquid-oxygen breathing apparatus for high-altitude ascents ; and developed numerous devices, including automatic cameras, an altimeter, and air-sample collectors for sounding-balloon studies of the upper atmosphere.

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