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Ponto and was
On 30 July 1977, Jürgen Ponto, the head of Dresdner Bank, was shot and killed in front of his house in Oberursel in a botched kidnapping.
He survived Tibullus ( d. 19 BC ), but was no longer alive when Ovid wrote ( c. AD 12 ) the epistle from Pontus ( E Ponto, iv.
On July 30, 1977, Jürgen Ponto, the head of Dresdner Bank, was shot and killed in his house in Oberursel in a kidnapping that went wrong.
Whatever the cause may have been, the poet was plunged into an abyss of misery and despair to which his diary bears heartrending witness ; his sufferings found poetic expression in the fine cycle of poems bearing the significant title Tristia ex Ponto ( 1835 ).
Ponto de Encontro ( Meeting Point ) was a Portuguese television show where people that have been without contact with their families and friends were reunited.
It was administered by the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee ( Comitê Gestor da Internet no Brasil ) until 2005 when it started being administered by Brazilian Network Information Center ( Núcleo de Informação e Coordenação do Ponto br ).
The author has been identified with the Lupus mentioned in the Ovidian catalogue of poets ( Ex Ponto, iv. 16 ), and was perhaps the son of the Publius Rutilius Lupus, who was a strong supporter of Pompey.
* Mohnhaupt was a major player in the German Autumn: she was involved in the 1977 assassinations of chief federal prosecutor Siegfried Buback in Karlsruhe and banker Jürgen Ponto, chairman of the Dresdner Bank board of directors, in Oberursel, Taunus.
The square is named after Jürgen Ponto, the former CEO of Dresdner Bank who was murdered in 1977 by members of the Red Army Faction ( RAF ).

Ponto and Alderman
On April 6, 2010, Alderman Steve Ponto defeated two-term incumbent Mayor Jeff Speaker by a vote of 4, 458 to 4, 253.

Ponto and .
* July 30 – Left-wing German terrorists Susanne Albrecht, Brigitte Mohnhaupt and a third person assassinate Jürgen Ponto, chairman of the Dresdner Bank in Oberursel, West Germany.
* Ovid completes Tristia ( the " Sorrows ", 5 books ) and Epistulae ex Ponto ( Letters from the Black Sea, 4 books ) describing the sadness of banishment.
* Ovid's " Epistulae ex Ponto " appears.
At present there are two such hearing aids on the market ; the Baha 3 by Cochlear BAS and the Ponto by Oticon Medical.
A direct bone conduction aid like the Baha or the Ponto could, in this situation, be a good option.
Much of the surviving information about the Scythians comes from the Greek historian Herodotus ( c. 440 BC ) in his Histories and Ovid in his poem of exile Epistulae ex Ponto, and archaeologically from the exquisite goldwork found in Scythian burial mounds in Ukraine and Southern Russia.
* Erich Ponto as Dr. Winkel
Ovid, Tristia, 4. 2. 13f, Epist. Ex Ponto 4. 13. 29f ).
Ponto Lake Township is a township in Cass County, Minnesota, United States.
The township contains Ponto Lake Cemetery.
Ovid produced three collections of verse epistles, composed in elegiac couplets: the Heroides, letters written in the person of legendary women to their absent lovers ; and the Tristia and Ex Ponto, written in first person during the poet's exile.
10. 77, Ex Ponto 4. 5. 5, Virgil Georgics 1. 492.

was and corporate
According to the new theories, the nineteenth century corporate sovereign was `` sovereign '' in a quite new and different sense from his historical predecessors.
( P. 215 ) when corporate abuses were attacked, it was done on the theory that criminal penalties would be invoked rather than control.
American Media's corporate headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida, figured prominently in news headlines in late 2001, after an anthrax attack was perpetrated on the company.
Following Micro Focus shareholder approval and the required corporate filings, the transaction was completed in late July 2009.
In a recent academic study that was published in the Journal of Finance, Drexel University ’ s LeBow College of Business professors Jie Cai, Jacqueline Garner, and Ralph Walkling examined how corporate shareholders voted in nearly 2, 500 director elections in the United States.
However, this decision was based firmly in the older notions ( see above ) that prevailed at the time as to the mode of corporate decision making, and effective control residing in the shareholders ; if they elected and put up with an incompetent decision maker, they should not have recourse to complain.
The Orders of Morning and Evening Prayer were extended by the inclusion of a penitential section at the beginning including a corporate confession of sin and a general absolution, although the text was printed only in Morning Prayer with rubrical directions to use it in the evening as well.
State-monopoly capitalism was originally a Marxist concept referring to a form of corporate capitalism in which state policy is utilized to benefit and promote the interests of dominant or established corporations by shielding them from competitive pressures or by providing them with subsidies.
In 2002 a modern, business-friendly tax system was put in place with a 10 % corporate tax rate, the lowest in the EU.
In a tribute, Mike Brown named the stadium after his father during a time when it was a trend in the NFL to accept corporate offers to have the stadium renamed for a corporation.
Corporate law at the time was focused on protection of the public interest, and not on the interests of corporate shareholders.
New Jersey was the first state to adopt an " enabling " corporate law, with the goal of attracting more business to the state.
Sensing danger to Boyd's broad definition of individual rights, Justice McKenna dissented in Wilson, declaring that Hughes's distinction between personal and corporate papers was " a limitation by construction " on an important " constitutional security for personal liberty.
Venter writes that his main goal was always to accelerate science and thereby discovery, and he only sought help from the corporate world when he couldn't find funding in the public sector.
Technically the CPRR remained a corporate entity until 1959, when it was formally merged into Southern Pacific.
Biafra apparently pushed this issue in court, although there was no hard evidence and the jurors were apparently unconcerned with corporate use of independently produced political music.
The Congo Free State was a corporate state privately controlled by Leopold II, King of the Belgians through the Association Internationale Africaine, a non-governmental organization.
After release he was forbidden from returning to any corporate or public office until 1951.
Eisenhower's cabinet, consisting of several corporate executives and one labor leader, was dubbed by one journalist, " Eight millionaires and a plumber.
It was recognised that corporate customers would wish to network these systems across the country.
This was followed quickly by DEC's Unibus to Ethernet adapter, which DEC sold and used internally to build its own corporate network, which reached over 10, 000 nodes by 1986, making it one of the largest computer networks in the world at that time.
In the December 1994 Wild Forest Review, Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair wrote " The mainstream environmental movement was elitist, highly paid, detached from the people, indifferent to the working class, and a firm ally of big government .… The environmental movement is now accurately perceived as just another well-financed and cynical special interest group, its rancid infrastructure supported by Democratic Party operatives and millions in grants from corporate foundations .”
From 1972 to 1999, Exxon was the corporate name of the company previously known as Standard Oil Company of New Jersey or Jersey Standard.
Unlike many engineers, Armstrong was never a corporate employee.
When, in 1940, the Liceo was put under state control and turned into the Conservatorio Statale di Musica " Gioachino Rossini ", the corporate body to which Rossini ’ s inheritance had been conveyed, assumed the style of Fondazione G. Rossini.

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