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Victor Ortiz

This article is about the American boxer and actor. For the Honduran footballer, see Víctor Ortiz. For the Puerto Rican politician, see Víctor Manuel Ortíz.

Victor Ortiz

Ortiz in 2011

Statistics

Nickname(s)
Vicious

Rated at

Light welterweight
Welterweight

Height
5 ft 9 in (175 cm)

Reach
70 in (178 cm)

Nationality
American

Born
(1987-01-31) January 31, 1987 (age 30)
Garden City, Kansas, U.S.

Stance
Southpaw

Boxing record

Total fights
39

Wins
31

Wins by KO
24

Losses
6

Draws
2

Victor Ortiz (born January 31, 1987) is an American professional boxer and film actor.[1] He held the WBC welterweight title in 2011, and was formerly rated as one of the top three welterweights in the world by most sporting news and boxing websites, including The Ring magazine,[2] BoxRec,[3] and ESPN.[4] His crowd-pleasing and aggressive fighting style also made him the 2008 ESPN Prospect of the Year.[5]
Outside of boxing, Ortiz has had roles in the films The Expendables 3 (2014) and Southpaw (2015).

Contents

1 Early life
2 Amateur career

2.1 Move to California

3 Professional career

3.1 Light Welterweight

3.1.1 Comeback

3.2 Welterweight

3.2.1 Ortiz vs. Berto I
3.2.2 Ortiz vs. Mayweather
3.2.3 Ortiz vs. Lopez
3.2.4 Ortiz vs. Collazo
3.2.5 Ortiz vs. Pérez
3.2.6 Ortiz vs. Berto II

4 Boxing style
5 Professional boxing record
6 Television

6.1 Dancing with the Stars

7 Acting career

7.1 Filmography

8 References
9 External links

Early life[edit]
Ortiz was born and raised in Garden City, Kansas, and is the third of four children of Mexican parents. When he was seven years old, Ortiz’s mother abandoned her family. Shortly thereafter, Ortiz began boxing at the insistence of his father, an alcoholic who often beat his children following his wife’s departure.[6] In an interview, Victor said, “I hated that lady. I drew her a card once with a little rose on it and I gave it to her. She just threw it down and said ‘What do I want that shit for?’ That’s when I picked up boxing. Then my Dad started screwing up, drinking.”[7]
Ortiz’ father also abandoned the family five years after their mother left, which forced Ortiz and his five siblings into the Kansas foster care system. Ortiz was twelve years old at the time.[8] His older sister became a legal adult in 2002 and moved to Denver, Colorado. Ortiz and his younger brother left Kansas and moved in with her.[9]
Amateur career[edit]
While training at a Sal
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Sawargaon

Sawargaon
सावरगाव
सावरगाव (गुरुवाचे)

Village

Country
 India

State
Maharashtra

District
Ahmadnagar

Government

 • Type
Panchayati raj (India)

 • Body
Gram panchayat

Languages

 • Official
Marathi

Time zone
IST (UTC+5:30)

Telephone code
022488

ISO 3166 code
IN-MH

Vehicle registration
MH-16,17

Lok Sabha constituency
Ahmednagar

Vidhan Sabha constituency
Parner

Website
maharashtra.gov.in

Sawargaonis a village in Parner taluka in Ahmednagar district of state of Maharashtra, India.[1]
Religion[edit]
The majority of the population in the village is Hindu.
See also[edit]

Parner taluka
Villages in Parner taluka

References[edit]

^ Villages in Parner taluka-Glorious India

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Parner taluka topics

Villages

Akkalwadi
Alkuti
Apadhup
Astagaon
Babhulwade
Baburdi
Bhalwani
Bhandgaon
Bhondre
Bhoyre Gangarda
Chincholi
Chombhut
Daithane Gunjal
Darodi
Desawade
Devibhoaire
Dhawalpuri
Dhoki
Dhotre Bk
Diksal
Ganji Bhoyare
Gargundi
Garkhindi
Gatewadi
Ghanegaon
Goregaon
Gunaore
Hanga
Hattalkhindi
Hiware Korda
Jadhvawadi
Jamgaon
Jategaon
Jawala
Kadus
Kakane Wadi
Kalas
Kalkup
Kanhur Pathar
Karandi
Karegaon
Karjule Harya
Kasare
Katalwedha
Khadakwadi
Kinhi
Kohkadi
Kurund
Loni Haveli
Lonimawala
Mahskewadi
Map
Mandave Kd
Mawale Wadi
Mhasane
Mungashi
Nandur Pathar
Narayan Gawhan
Nighoj
Pabal
Padali Aale
Padali Darya
Padali Kanhur
Padali Ranjangaon
Palashi
Palspur
Palwe Bk
Palwe Kd
Panoli
Parner
Patharwadi
Pimpalgaon Rotha
Pimpalgaon Turk
Pimpalner
Pimpri Gawali
Pimpri Jalsen
Pimpri Pathar
Pokhari
Punewadi
Raitale
Ralegan Siddhi
Ralegan Therpal
Randhe
Ranjangaon Mashid
Renwadi
Rui Chatrapati
Sangvi Surya
Sarola Adwai
Sawargaon
Shanjapur
Sherikasare
Shirapur
Sidheshwar Wadi
Supa
Takali Dhokeshwar
Tikhol
Vesdare
Viroli
Wadegawhan Wadgaon Amali
Wadgaon Darya
Wadgaon Savtal
Wadner Bk
Wadner Haveli
Wadule
Wadzire
Waghunde Bk
Waghunde Kd
Walwane
Wankute
Wasunde
Yadavwadi

Large Dams

Dhoki Dam
Hanga Dam
Lonimavla Dam
Mandohol Dam
Palashi Dam
Rui Chatrapati Dam
Tikhol Dam

Education Societies

Rayat Shikshan Sanstha
Shree Hareshwar Education Society
SAI Education Society

Schools

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Ahmednagar
Shri Sainath Highschool & Jr. College
Shree Hareshwar Vidyalaya

Colleges

New Arts, Science and Commerce College, Parner
Pravra Education Socity’s Arts, Science and Commerce College, Alkuti
Shri Dho

Hundred Flowers Award for Best Picture

The Hundred Flowers Award for Best Picture was first awarded by the China Film Association in 1962.

Contents

1 Winners & nominees

1.1 2010s
1.2 2000s
1.3 1960s

2 References

Winners & nominees[edit]
2010s[edit]

Year
Number
Film
Director

2010
30th[1]
The Founding of a Republic\建国大业
Han Sanping 韩三平
Huang Jianxin 黄建新

Runner-up: Mulan\花木兰
Jingle Ma 马楚成

Runner-up: 惊天动地
Wang Jia 王珈
Shen Dong 沈东

Bodyguards and Assassins\十月围城
Teddy Chan 陈德森

The Message\风声
Gao Qunshu 高群书

2000s[edit]

Year
Number
Film
Director

2008
29th[2]
Assembly\集结号
Feng Xiaogang 冯小刚

Runner-up: The Knot\云水谣
Yin Li 尹力

Runner-up: Invisible Wings\隐形的翅膀
Feng Zhenzhi 冯振志

Crazy Stone\疯狂的石头
Ning Hao 宁浩

Tokyo Trial\东京审判
Gao Qunshu 高群书

2006
28th[3]
Zhang Side\张思德
Yin Li 尹力

Runner-up: Kung Fu Hustle\功夫
Stephen Chow 周星驰

Runner-up: Between Life and Death\生死牛玉儒
Zhou Youzhao 周有召

Fearless\霍元甲
Ronny Yu 于仁泰

New Police Story\新警察故事
Benny Chan 陈木胜

2004
27th[4]
Cell Phone\手机
Feng Xiaogang 冯小刚

Runner-up: Warm Spring\暖春
Tana Wulan

Runner-up: A SARS Journey\惊心动魄
Wang Jia 王珈
Shen Dong 沈东

Warriors of Heaven and Earth\天地英雄
He Ping 何平

Goddess of Mercy\玉观音
Ann Hui 许鞍华

38 Degrees\三十八度
Liu Xin 刘新

Sunny Cour Tyard\阳光天井
Huang Hong 黄宏

Colour of Sound\地下铁
Joe Ma 马伟豪

The Law Of Romance\警察有约
Xu Geng 徐耿

Shining Season\灿烂的季节
Song Jiangbo 宋江波

1960s[edit]

Year
Number
Film
Director

1963
2nd[5]
Li Shuangshuang\李双双
Lu Ren 鲁韧

1962
1st[6]
The Red Detachment of Women\红色娘子兵
Xie Jin 谢晋

References[edit]

^ (Chinese) Nominees of 30th Hundred Flowers Awards 21 Sept 2010.
^ (Chinese) Nominees of 29th Hundred Flowers Awards 15 August 2008.
^ (Chinese) Nominees of 28th Hundred Flowers Awards 22 Sep 2006.
^ (Chinese) Nominees of 27th Hundred Flowers Awards 09 Sep 2004.
^ (Chinese) N历届百花奖的获奖名单 28 August 2008.
^ (Chinese) N中国第一届电影“百花奖” 20 May 2010.

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Writing
Leading Actor
Leading Actress
Supporting Actor
Supporting Actress
Newcomer

Retired Awards

Co-Produce Film
Animation
Chinese Opera Film
Cinematograp

Erika Heymann

Erika Heymann, circa 1919

Erika Heymann (née Erika Lasallelie Geck, born Offenburg, Germany 1895, died Amsterdam April 6, 1950) was a German woman posthumously granted the status of Righteous Among the Nations by Yad Vashem for helping several Jews hide during the German occupation of the Netherlands.[1]

Contents

1 Early life
2 Berlin
3 War and occupation
4 Arrest and camp
5 Post-War and death
6 Righteous Among the Nations
7 Footnotes

Early life[edit]
Erika Heymann was born in Offenburg, Germany in 1895. She was the daughter of Adolf and Marie Geck, the third of five children. Erika’s father was a socialist and her mother a Catholic. Erika was not particularly religious and thought of herself as a lover of nature (naturfreunde in German).
In 1921 Erika Geck married Stefan Heymann, a veteran of the German Army in World War I and communist. Erika and Stefan lived in Mannheim, were active in civic and labor union affairs, and contributed articles for the communist daily on topics ranging from politics to the performing arts. Two children were born to the couple at this time: Sonja in 1922 and Dieter in 1927.
Berlin[edit]
In 1930 Stefan took a job with the communist newspaper Rote Fahne (Red Flag) as its editor in Berlin. In 1933 Stefan was imprisoned in Wohlau for refusing to divulge the author of an article that appeared in Rote Fahne.[2]
Shortly thereafter Erika received an order from the Interior Minister of Prussia, Hermann Goering, evicting the family from Prussia. Under the construction of the Weimar Republic, Erika was a citizen of the state of Baden, and could therefore be ordered to leave Prussia. Erika and Stefan (from prison) agreed it was time to leave Germany entirely.
Erika’s sister, Traudel, convinced the director of the transportation labor union (ITF) in Amsterdam to hire Erika as a governess, on the pretext that she would teach German to his children. On July 14, 1933, the family moved to Amsterdam.
The three lived at Argonautenstraat No. 19 in the south of Amsterdam, renting two apartments, one of which they sublet. Erika worked as a cook and cleaning woman during the day. She also made contacts in the socialist movements in Amsterdam.
In March 1936 Stefan completed his sentence, but was rearrested for being a member of the KPD and sentenced to life imprisonment in Kislau prison. In 1938 he was transferred to Dachau to build a new prison camp. Stefan and Erika maintained some correspondence but as war drew near this becam

Academy for Technology and Academics

Academy for Technology and Academics

Location

Conway, South Carolina
United States

Coordinates
33°56′56″N 79°1′42″W / 33.94889°N 79.02833°W / 33.94889; -79.02833Coordinates: 33°56′56″N 79°1′42″W / 33.94889°N 79.02833°W / 33.94889; -79.02833

Information

Type
Secondary

Principal
David Stoudenmire

Website
ata.horrycountyschools.net

The Academy for Technology and Academics (formerly known as The Career Center) is a branch school of the Horry County Schools in Horry County, South Carolina, United States. The school’s curriculum includes automotive technology, building construction, business management and administration, computer science, cosmetology, culinary arts, education, and health science technology. The school also has a Connect program for high school freshmen and sophomores who are over-aged.
External links[edit]

Official website

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Som, Hungary

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Som

Som

Location of Som, Hungary

Coordinates: 46°48′20″N 18°08′33″E / 46.80560°N 18.14252°E / 46.80560; 18.14252Coordinates: 46°48′20″N 18°08′33″E / 46.80560°N 18.14252°E / 46.80560; 18.14252

Country
 Hungary

County
Somogy

Area

 • Total
23.36 km2 (9.02 sq mi)

Population (2004)

 • Total
705

 • Density
30.17/km2 (78.1/sq mi)

Time zone
CET (UTC+1)

 • Summer (DST)
CEST (UTC+2)

Postal code
8655

Area code(s)
84

Som is a village in Somogy county, Hungary.
Notable people[edit]

Béla Iványi-Grünwald – painter

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Street map (Hungarian)

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Konex Award

Konex Awards
Premios Konex

Awarded for
Excellence in various cultural disciplines

Country
Argentina

Presented by
Konex Foundation

First awarded
November 6, 1980

Official website
Official website

Konex Foundation Awards, or simply Konex Awards, are cultural awards from the Konex Foundation honouring Argentine cultural personalities.

Contents

1 History and purpose
2 Selection and awards
3 List of winners
4 External links

History and purpose[edit]
Konex Awards are granted by the Konex Foundation, created in 1980 in Argentina. The purpose of the Foundation is to promote, stimulate, support and participate in any possible manner in cultural, educational, intellectual, artistic, social, philanthropic, scientific or sports initiatives, works and enterprises, in their most relevant aspects. To achieve its goals, the Foundation instituted the Konex Awards to be granted to personalities and institutions standing out for his, her or its achievements in any of the aforementioned fields. The Konex Awards were instituted in 1980 to be annually granted to sow for the future so that the most distinguished contemporary personalities and institutions in every field, which compose the cultural spectrum of the nation, will be an example to the nation’s youths.
Every year the Konex Foundation offers those awards in different activities in the nation, in cycles that repeat themselves every ten years. Initially and in the ten-year span from 1980 to 1989, such personalities received awards for their life-time accomplishments. As from 1990 to 1999 the accomplishments to receive awards represented the last ten years of activity. From the year 2000 through 2009 such cycle is repeated, and it will be repeated indefinitely.

1980 1990 2000 2010 Sports
1981 1991 2001 2011 Entertainment
1982 1992 2002 2012 Visual Arts
1983 1993 2003 2013 Science and Technology
1984 1994 2004 2014 Literature
1985 1995 2005 2015 Popular Music
1986 1996 2006 2016 Humanities
1987 1997 2007 2017 Communication, Journalism
1988 1998 2008 2018 Institutions, Community, Enterprise
1989 1999 2009 2019 Classical Music

Selection and awards[edit]
Every year a Grand Jury including 20 members is appointed. The members are specialists in the specific subjects receiving the award, and they appoint their own president. The members of the Jury exclude themselves from being chosen for a Konex Award; a gesture that the Foundation emphasizes and thanks very specially. Each year the activity receiving a
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Konex Award

Konex Awards
Premios Konex

Awarded for
Excellence in various cultural disciplines

Country
Argentina

Presented by
Konex Foundation

First awarded
November 6, 1980

Official website
Official website

Konex Foundation Awards, or simply Konex Awards, are cultural awards from the Konex Foundation honouring Argentine cultural personalities.

Contents

1 History and purpose
2 Selection and awards
3 List of winners
4 External links

History and purpose[edit]
Konex Awards are granted by the Konex Foundation, created in 1980 in Argentina. The purpose of the Foundation is to promote, stimulate, support and participate in any possible manner in cultural, educational, intellectual, artistic, social, philanthropic, scientific or sports initiatives, works and enterprises, in their most relevant aspects. To achieve its goals, the Foundation instituted the Konex Awards to be granted to personalities and institutions standing out for his, her or its achievements in any of the aforementioned fields. The Konex Awards were instituted in 1980 to be annually granted to sow for the future so that the most distinguished contemporary personalities and institutions in every field, which compose the cultural spectrum of the nation, will be an example to the nation’s youths.
Every year the Konex Foundation offers those awards in different activities in the nation, in cycles that repeat themselves every ten years. Initially and in the ten-year span from 1980 to 1989, such personalities received awards for their life-time accomplishments. As from 1990 to 1999 the accomplishments to receive awards represented the last ten years of activity. From the year 2000 through 2009 such cycle is repeated, and it will be repeated indefinitely.

1980 1990 2000 2010 Sports
1981 1991 2001 2011 Entertainment
1982 1992 2002 2012 Visual Arts
1983 1993 2003 2013 Science and Technology
1984 1994 2004 2014 Literature
1985 1995 2005 2015 Popular Music
1986 1996 2006 2016 Humanities
1987 1997 2007 2017 Communication, Journalism
1988 1998 2008 2018 Institutions, Community, Enterprise
1989 1999 2009 2019 Classical Music

Selection and awards[edit]
Every year a Grand Jury including 20 members is appointed. The members are specialists in the specific subjects receiving the award, and they appoint their own president. The members of the Jury exclude themselves from being chosen for a Konex Award; a gesture that the Foundation emphasizes and thanks very specially. Each year the activity receiving a
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