The Home Front may refer to: The Home Front (1940 film), a 1940 Canadian documentary short "The Home Front" (The 4400), an episode of The 4400 The Home Front, a 1943 animated short in the Private Snafu series The Home Front, a 1932 book by Sylvia Pankhurst The Home Front, a band from Manchester
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Battle of Front & Inside View Camera
On the morning of 1 September 1917, after a three-hour artillery bombardment, the Germans launched the assault and began the construction of three wooden pontoon bridges over the river Daugava near Ikile. 1159 German artillery guns fully suppressed 66 opposing Russian guns. Artillery fire forced Russian 186th Division to withdraw from the right bank of the Daugava, thus allowing the Germans to successfully cross the river.
The commander of the Russian 12th Army, General Parsky, ordered the XLIII Army corps to counterattack the German bridgehead and deployed for this task four infantry divisions as well as the 2nd Latvian Rifleman Brigade. The Russian force, including the Latvian brigade, received orders in the afternoon of 1 September and started to move from Ropai against the Germans. The 5th Zemgale Latvian Riflemen Regiment reached fortified German positions along the river Jugla in the late afternoon.
After heavy shelling at midday of 2 September by German artillery, the German attack against Latvian Rifleman positions started. Intense fighting started along the entire 14Â km front line of the bridgehead. The Germans used aviation, flame throwers and gas attacks but despite this, the Latvian Riflemen managed to hold back the German advance for 26 hours.
This allowed the 12th Russian Army (including 1st Latvian Rifleman Brigade which still was in the Trelis swamp positions near Olaine) to safely withdraw from Riga. In the morning of 3 September, the Latvian units were ordered to retreat and they took up new defensive positions near Sigulda and Csis.
Variations of Front & Inside View Camera
Generally, because basic Dark chess rules are universal with respect to its "parent" classical variant, any 2-player chess variant may be played "in dark".
SchemingMind provides some of the variations. Dark chess (checkmate)Â standard rules of check apply (a player is notified when its king is in check, and the king cannot move into check). The goal in this variation is the same as in standard chessÂ to checkmate the king.
Dark chess (check)Â a player is notified when the king is in check, but the king can remain in check after a move. The goal in this variation is the same as in standard dark chessÂ to capture the king. Dark crazyhouseÂ combination of crazyhouse and dark chess.
Dark suicideÂ combination of suicide and dark chess. Sun Tzu chessÂ combination of Double Fischer Random Chess (like Chess960, but with different positions for White and Black), crazyhouse and dark chess. Pieces can be dropped onto any possible square on the board (like crazyhouse).
This chess variant was invented in 2005 by John Kipling Lewis. Lao Tzu chessÂ like Sun Tzu, but pieces can only be dropped on seen squares. Also invented in 2005 by John Kipling Lewis.
Dark Omega chessÂ combination of Omega Chess and dark chess. Dark Seirawan chessÂ combination of Seirawan chess and dark chess.
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The Tulja Lena caves lie in a hill about a mile and a half or two miles north-west from Junnar, beyond the north end of Sivaneri hill.
They are so named, because one of them has been appropriated by the modern Brahmans as a shrine of Tulja Devi, a form of Bhavani, the consort of Shiva (see Tulja Bhavani Temple). The caves run along the face of the cliff nearly from south-east to north-west, facing about south-west, but all the faades have fallen away. They consist of a number of cells and two small viharas, with a Chaitya cave of a form quite unique.
It is circular in plan, 25 feet 6 inches across, with a dagoba in the centre, 8 feet 2 inches in diameter, surrounded by twelve plain octagonal shafts 11 feet in height, supporting a dome over the dagoba. The surrounding aisle is roofed by a half arch rising from the wall to the upper side of an architrave 7 or 8 inches deep over the pillars. The dagoba is perfectly plain, but its capital has been hewn off to convert it into a huge linga of Shiva, and even the dome is much hacked into, while some of the pillars have been notched and others broken.
In front of this cave and the one on each side of it is a platform built by the modern devotes of Tulja Devi. Over the front of one of the cells to the north-east of this are left some Chaitya-window ornamentation, a larger one over where the door has been, the inner arch of which is filled with knotted ribbons etc., similar to what is over the Chaitya-cave door at the Nasik Caves, while the front of the arch is carved with flowers.
On each side of this is a smaller arch; and farther to the left is a dagoba in half relief with the umbrella or chhatri over it, on each side a Gandharva or Kinnara above, and a male figure below, that to the right attended by a female, but all of them weatherworn. Over all is a projecting frieze carved on front with the "Buddhist rail pattern". Next to these are two more plain fronts, and then two with Chaitya-window heads over where the doors have been, and smaller ones between, and the "rail ornament" and quadrantal carved roll supported by slender brackets in entire relief, as at the Bhaja Caves.
Ulnar branch of Front & Inside View Camera
The ulnar branch (ramus ulnaris; posterior branch) passes obliquely downward on the medial side of the basilic vein, in front of the medial epicondyle of the humerus, to the back of the forearm, and descends on its ulnar side as far as the wrist, distributing filaments to the skin. It communicates with the medial brachial cutaneous, the dorsal antebrachial cutaneous branch of the radial, and the dorsal branch of the ulnar.
Alliances and parties of Front & Inside View Camera UDF is a Kerala legislative alliance aligned with the UPA at the national level and the LDF comprises primarily of CPI(M) and the CPI, forming the Left Front in the national level.
National Democratic Alliance (NDA), led by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) contested in 19 seats. United Democratic FrontLeft Democratic FrontNational Democratic Alliance
Gallery of Front & Inside View Camera
Equestrian statue of King Chulalongkorn and Royal Plaza in front of Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall Uthong Nai Road beside Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall Wisukam Narueman Bridge, crossing Khlong Phadung Krung Kasem linking Phara Nakhon and Dusit Districts Chamai Maruchet Bridge, crossing Khlong Prem Prachakon in front of Government House Wat Benchamabophit or Marble Temple Sanam Sua Pa, beside Royal Plaza, Bureau of the Royal Household office National Library of Thailand, Sam Sen Road Veterinary hospital on Rama V Road opposite Chitralada Royal Villa Ministry of Education Vajira Hospital, public hospital Sappaya-Sapasathan the new national legislative building
Political activity of Front & Inside View Camera
Rondn served in the Colorado Party beginning in adolescence. During the 1960s she was the secretary of the deputies Luis Bernardo PozzoloÂ es and Julio Mara Sanguinetti (who was later twice president of the Republic).
During the civic-military dictatorship, she was kidnapped and detained in a military unit. She was elected as an alternate official on several occasions, first in 1984, for the department of Montevideo. In the 1999 elections in which Jorge Batlle captured the Presidency of the Republic, Rondn was elected deputy for Lista 15Â es, holding the position of vice president of the Chamber of Deputies for the term 20002005, and coming to occupy the ownership of the presidency of the Chamber.
She has always stood out as a fighter for women's rights; along with fellow deputies Beatriz Argimn, Luca Topolansky, and Margarita Percovich, she constituted the so-called "Women's Bank", composed of women from all parties. She was part of the Equity and Gender Commission, which she chaired in 2001. In the 2005 municipal elections she headed the list of candidates of Lista 15 to the departmental board of Montevideo, being comfortably elected.
That year she was elected to the national executive committee of the Colorado Party (CEN). In 2009 she supported the presidential candidacy of Jos Amorn Batlle in the sector Batllismo Siglo XXI with the group "Contra viento & marea", obtaining a place in the National Convention of the Party. For the second round, Rondn said that, against her party's recommendion, she would not vote for candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle of the National Party, but she would for the Broad Front candidate, Jos Mujica.
She did not support any candidate in the municipal elections of May 2010. On 20 June 2010, Rondn announced her move to the Broad Front, along with a Batllist column led by her. Rondn worked as an advisor on gender and equity issues, and is currently director of the centers of the country's Ministry of Education and Culture.
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