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BMW GINA

The GINA Light Visionary Model is a fabric-skinned shape-shifting sports car concept built by BMW. GINA stands for "Geometry and functions In N Adaptations". It was designed by a team led by BMW’s head of design, Chris Bangle, who says GINA allowed his team to "challenge existing principles and conventional processes." Other designers include Anders Warming. Construction began in 2001, with the finished car being presented in 2008.

BMW

Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, translated in English as Bavarian Motor Works, commonly referred to as BMW), is a German multinational company which produces automobiles and motorcycles. The company was founded in 1916 as a manufacturer of aircraft engines, which it produced from 1917 until 1918 and again from 1933 to 1945. Automobiles are marketed under the brands BMW, Mini and Rolls-Royce, and motorcycles are marketed under the brand BMW Motorrad. In 2015, BMW was the worlds twelfth-largest producer of motor vehicles, with 2.279.503 vehicles produced. BMW is headquartered in Munich and prod ...

Chinese spiritual world concepts

Chinese spiritual world concepts are cultural practices or methods found in Chinese culture. Some fit in the realms of a particular religion, others do not. In general these concepts were uniquely evolved from the Chinese values of filial piety, tacit acknowledgment of the co-existence of the living and the deceased, and the belief in causality and reincarnation, with or without religious overtones.

Ralph Allwood

Ralph Allwood, is a British conductor, who currently conducts the choir of Queens College, Cambridge. He was previously the Precentor and Director of Music at Eton College in the UK until September 2011, and set up many musical events, including the Eton Choral Courses of which there are now seven a year. He previously headed the music departments at Pangbourne and Uppingham. He also conducts the Rodolfus Choir, a critically acclaimed group of singers aged 16–25, drawn principally from the Eton Choral Courses. Allwood is also the conductor of Inner Voices, a youth chamber choir based in Lo ...

Dena M. Carli

Dena Carli is a former Democratic member of the Illinois House of Representatives. She represented the 1st District from 2011 to 2013. She was appointed to her seat in May 2011 after former incumbent Susana Mendoza resigned as District 1 representative to become Chicago city clerk. Carli has announced that she will not run for re-election. Carli serves as a Chicago Police Sergeant. Her committee assignments include International Trade & Commerce, Consumer Protection, Tourism & Conventions, Adoption Reform, and Judiciary II - Criminal Law. She and her husband Dennis have three sons.

Peter Carli

Peter Carli is a former American soccer goalkeeper and entrepreneur. He had an extended trial with West Ham United F.C. making him one of the first American soccer players to play with a First Division club. Along with his family he introduced the Reusch brand of goalkeeper gloves to America and later attempted to establish a professional soccer team in Connecticut.

Sam Concepcion

Samuel Lawrence Lopez Concepcion is a Filipino singer, dancer, actor, VJ and host. Concepcion emerged as the winner for the Big Division of Little Big Star `s Season 1 in April 2006. Concepcion currently has a contract under STAGES and ABS-CBNs Star Magic. Concepcion began with a total of 12 theater roles and participated in various plays even at a young age, including the role of Edmund Pevensie in the local stage adaptation of The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe and Mr. Noahs Big Boat. He has been in the role of Peter Pan from 2002 to 2012. Aside from theater roles, he has acted in mov ...

Charles Page (photographer)

Charles Page is a Brisbane-based documentary photographer, and lecturer at the Queensland College of Art. He studied at Griffith University where he got a PhD.

John Howland Award

The John Howland Award is the highest honor bestowed by the American Pediatric Society. Named in honor of John Howland, the award, with its accompanying medal, is presented annually by the American Pediatric Society for "distinguished service to pediatrics as a whole." Since 1952, when Edwards A. Park, M.D., received the inaugural Howland Award, this honor has been bestowed upon esteemed leaders in academic pediatrics whose significant contributions have advanced the lives of children and the profession of pediatrics through clinical care, scientific discovery, mentorship and service. Arti ...

Carly

Carly is a given name, a feminine form of Carl. It is also a pet form of given names such as Carla. Variant different spellings include Carley, Carlie, Carlee, Carleigh and Carli, as well as Karly, Karli, Karley, Karlee and Karlie. The name became popular in large part, if not primarily, because of the success of Carly Simons music in the 1970s - its first appearance in the top 1000 US baby names was in 1973, soon after her first success. It was most popular in the UK, Canada and Australia in the 1980s and in the United States during the 1990s. Over 2.000 American baby girls were named Car ...

Carl Carstensen

Rear-Admiral Carl Vilhelm Edvard Carstensen, acting as the personal representative of King Christian X of Denmark, officially opened the 2nd World Scout Jamboree on 10 August 1924, held from 9 to 17 August 1924 at Ermelunden, Denmark. Born to William August Carstensen 2 December 1828 in Algiers - 16 February 1909 in Fredensborg, a Danish naval officer and politician, one of his uncles was Johan Bernhard Georg Carstensen, a Danish army officer and one of the developers of Tivoli Gardens. He was buried in Hellerup Cemetery.

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