Matthew Abram Groening
February 15, 1954, Portland, Oregon is a cartoonist, television producer and writer, best known as the creator of The Simpsons. It is also the creator of Futurama and the author of the weekly comic strip Life in Hell. Published Groening Life in Hell's weekly Licorice Pizza, a store where he worked. He created a cartoon family, the Simpsons, named themembers as their own parents and sisters, while Bart is an anagram of brat, which means brat.
Groening has won ten Primetime Emmy Awards, nine for The Simpsons and Futurama one, 9 and a British Comedy Award in the category for "outstanding contribution to comedy" in 2004.10 In 2002, he won the Reuben Award from the National Cartoonist Society for his work Life in Hell.
born onJuly 4, 1952 in Medellin, Antioquia) is a Colombian lawyer and politician who served as President of the Republic of Colombia for the period before administration (2002-2006) and 2006-2010 following the submission of a legislative act which amended the constitution. Uribe graduated in law at the University of Antioquia and then studied in administration, management and negotiation of conflicts inthe Extension School of Harvard University, June 5 was also "senior associate member" of a college of the University of Oxford.
Alcaldede serving as the city of Medellín in (1982), serving as senator (1986-1994) and later as governor of Antioquia (1995-1997), finally being elected President of the Republic of Colombia in 2002.
Geertruida Margaretha Zelle (Leeuwarden,Netherlands, August 7, 1876 - October 15, 1917) better known as Mata Hari, a stripper famosabailarina was sentenced to death and executed for espionage during World War I (1914-1918 .)
She married at 18, after holding a brief correspondence with a soldier he never met, much older than her and had placed an ad in a newspaper. Back in Europe, after separating and losing in the Netherlands on trial overcustody of his daughter because of his licentious life on the island, as declared by her husband, later made several unsuccessful attempts in Paris as a model for designers, failures that led to a real trauma in his life for lack of financial resources to live. He returned to Paris again, armed with courage and covered in oriental features inherited from his mother.
StephenieMorgan (Hartford, Connecticut, USA, December 24, 1973) is a writer, author of the Twilight series (which includes the novels Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse and Breaking Dawn) and the novels The second life of Bree Tanner The Host.
His family moved to Phoenix (Arizona) when she was four. His particular name (instead of Stephanie Stephenie) is the name of his father, whose name was Stephen and decidedto add the letters "ie" to make a girl's name.
He has two brothers and is the second of three sisters. Had as a child, a dog named Eagle. Went to high school in Scottsdale, Arizona. During the time I studied there, he was awarded the National Merit School, which used to pay their entry into the Brigham Young University, Utah
(April 27, 1759 - September 10, 1797) was aBritish philosopher and writer. During his brief career he wrote novels, treatises, unrelated to travel and a book of children's literature. Wollstonecraft is best known for A Vindication of the Rights of Women, which argues that women are naturally inferior to men. Today, Wollstonecraft is considered a precursor of feminist philosophy. His early advocacy of equality and feminism conventionalattacks and degradation of women were the prelude to the emergence of the feminist movement. His philosophical and personal conflicts have been considered important influences on later works of feminists.
Helen of Troy.
known as Helen of Troy or Helen of Sparta, is a character from Greek mythology, the legend is alluded to by almost all mythographers classics. Daughter of Zeus was considered...