Résolution 2118 du Conseil de sécurité des Nations unies

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La Résolution 2118 du Conseil de sécurité des Nations unies est une résolution du Conseil de sécurité des Nations unies ayant pour objet l’utilisation d’armes chimiques en Syrie. Elle fut adoptée à l’unanimité le 27 septembre 2013.

Mirtemir

Mirtemir Tursunov (Uzbek: Mirtemir Tursunov, Миртемир Турсунов; Russian: Миртемир Турсунов) (May 30, 1910 – January 25, 1978) most commonly known simply as Mirtemir, was an Uzbek poet and literary translator. In addition to writing his own poetry, Mirtemir translated the works of many famous foreign poets, such as Abai Qunanbaiuli, Aleksandr Pushkin, Heinrich Heine, Magtymguly Pyragy, Maxim Gorky, Mikhail Lermontov, Nâzım Hikmet, Nikolay Nekrasov, Pablo Neruda, Samad Vurgun, and Shota Rustaveli into the Uzbek language.

Mirtemir became a National Poet of the Uzbek SSR in 1971. He received many other awards for his works clear glass bottles, including the State Berdaq Prize (1977) and the State Hamza Prize (1979). In 2002, Mirtemir was posthumously awarded the National Order of Merit (Uzbek: Buyuk xizmatlari uchun), one of independent Uzbekistan’s most prestigious awards.

Mirtemir Umarbekovich Tursunov was born on May 30, 1910, in the village of Ikan, Turkistan. In 1932, Mirtemir graduated from the Pedagogical University of Samarkand with a degree in literature.

Mirtemir’s first collection of poems, Shuʼlalar qoʻynida (Under the Lights) was published in 1928. His other collections of poetry include Zafar (Victory) (1929), Qaynashlarim (My Rages), Bong (The Clamor) (1932), and Poytaxt (The Capital) (1936).

Mirtemir translated the works of many famous foreign poets, such as Abai Qunanbaiuli, Aleksandr Pushkin, Berdaq, Heinrich Heine, Magtymguly Pyragy, Maxim Gorky, Mikhail Lermontov leak proof water bottle, Nâzım Hikmet, Nikolay Nekrasov, Pablo Neruda, Samad Vurgun, and Shota Rustaveli into Uzbek. In particular, he translated Who is Happy in Russia? of Nikolay Nekrasov and The Man in the Panther’s Skin of Shota Rustaveli into Uzbek. He also translated the Kyrgyz epic poem Manas.

Mirtemir died in Tashkent on 25 January 1978, at the age of 67.

Knowing Me, Knowing You

Knowing Me, Knowing You” is a hit single recorded by Swedish pop group ABBA. The song was written by Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus and Stig Anderson, with Anni-Frid Lyngstad singing the lead vocals. During recording sessions, it had the working titles of “Ring It In” and “Number 1, Number 1”. The song is featured on the group’s album Arrival, and also on the Gold: Greatest Hits compilation.

“Knowing Me, Knowing You” was recorded in 1976 at the Metronome studio in Stockholm and was released as a single in February 1977, becoming one of the group’s most successful hits. The B-side was “Happy Hawaii”, an arrangement of another ABBA song, “Why Did It Have to Be Me?”, but with a different lead vocalist and lyrics. “Knowing Me, Knowing You” was one of the first ABBA songs to deal with the break-up of a relationship. It predates the divorces of the ABBA members, as well as further break-up songs to come: “The Winner Takes It All”, “One of Us” and “When All Is Said and Done”. Group member Benny Andersson named “Knowing Me, Knowing You” as one of ABBA’s best recordings in a 2004 interview, along with “Dancing Queen”, “The Winner Takes It All” and “When I Kissed the Teacher”. “Conociéndome, Conociéndote” is the Spanish-language version of the song. It was included in the compilation Oro: Grandes Éxitos released in 1993.

The music video depicts the band against various colored backdrops singing while facing each other past season football shirts, turning away as a new line is sung. At the end of the video, the band’s female members are seen walking away through thick snow. The video was directed by future Academy Award nominee Lasse Hallström and is a landmark in his career alongside most other videos of the band which were directed by him.

“Knowing Me clear glass bottles, Knowing You” proved to be one of ABBA’s most successful singles, hitting #1 in Germany (ABBA’s sixth consecutive chart-topper there), the United Kingdom, Ireland, Mexico and South Africa, while reaching the Top 3 in Austria, Belgium, Canada, the Netherlands and Switzerland. It was also a Top 10 hit in Australia, France, New Zealand and Norway. In the United States, it became ABBA’s sixth Top 20 single, peaking at #14 on the Hot 100, and also reached #7 on Billboard’s AC chart.

In the UK, “Knowing Me, Knowing You” was the biggest single of 1977 wahl electric shaver. It also began a second run of three consecutive #1 singles for ABBA (followed by “The Name of the Game” and “Take a Chance on Me”), the group having already had three consecutive #1 hit singles in 1976.