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Gary Robert Ablett is a former Australian rules footballer who represented Hawthorn and Geelong in the Australian Football League. Nicknamed God, Ablett is widely regarded as one of Australian footballs greatest players, after making several country league representative teams, Ablett was recruited by Hawthorn from Drouin and made his professional senior debut in the 1982 season. However, he failed to settle down in the city and retreated to Myrtleford the following year, Ablett helped Geelong to a Grand Final appearance in 1989, where he kicked a Grand Final-record nine goals in a losing team. Ablett shocked everyone by announcing his retirement from football at the beginning of the 1991 season. Ablett made three more Grand Final appearances in the 1992,1994, and 1995 seasons before retiring for good after the 1996 season. Ablett is Geelongs all-time leading goalkicker with 1021 goals and in 2006, was voted by past, born in Drouin to Alfred and Colleen Ablett, Gary Ablett grew up in the Latrobe Valley in Victorias Gippsland region alongside his four elder brothers and three sisters. Ablett displayed a love for sport at an age, winning the state school high jump at 10 years of age. He was also awarded both club and competition best and fairest awards for Drouin at the under-11s, under-12s and under-14s levels, after citing waning interest in school, Ablett dropped out of high school at the age of 15 years to become a bricklayers labourer. Outside of work, Gary Ablett began to concentrate on his football, after signing a reserves contract and featuring in six reserves games for Hawthorn, Ablett retreated back to his home in Drouin. He returned to Hawthorn in 1982 and made his senior VFL debut versus Geelong in Round 2, kicking 1 goal and he played a further five games for Hawthorn that year for a total of six games and nine goals. In 1983, he moved to the town of Myrtleford under the tutelage of his cousin Len Ablett. Abletts footballing ability soon came on again, this time to the Geelong Football Club. McMaster convinced Ablett to give the game another shot, this time in the confines of the city of Geelong. After protracted negotiations with Hawthorn, Geelong finally paid a $60,000 transfer for Ablett in 1984, Ablett signed a one-year contract for the 1984 season with Geelong, and he began his first season under the guidance of Tom Hafey. He debuted for the Cats in Round 7 and after just nine games on the wing, Ablett earned best-on-ground honours after kicking 8 goals from the half-forward flank. He played 15 games and kicked 33 goals in the 1984 season, following his first season with Geelong, Ablett signed a new three-year contract with the club. Playing mostly on the forward flank, Ablett won the clubs goalkicking award for the following two seasons with 82 and 65 goals respectively. With his contract expiring at the conclusion of the 1987 season, Ablett shocked the VFL by signing a new contract with his former club
Ahmed Aboutaleb is a Dutch Labour Party politician who is the Mayor of Rotterdam since January 5,2009. He served as State Secretary for Social Affairs and Employment from February 22,2007, until December 12,2008, in the Cabinet Balkenende IV. Aboutaleb, who came to the Netherlands from Morocco at the age of 15, is the first mayor of a city in the Netherlands who is of both immigrant origin and the Muslim faith. He is of Riffian Berber ancestry, and a citizen of the Netherlands. Ahmed Aboutaleb was born on 29 August 1961 in Beni Sidel in Morocco and he grew up as a son of a Riffian Amazigh Sunni imam in a small village in the Nador Province, Rif region. Together with his mother and brothers he moved to the Netherlands in 1976, Aboutaleb had already noticed how he differed from other kids. As he says in an interview, I was so different, I wanted to learn, I wanted to know everything. Aboutaleb then studied telecommunications at different schools up to the Hogere Technische School where he obtained a Bachelor of Engineering degree, after graduating he found work as reporter for Veronica, NOS-radio and RTL Nieuws. He also worked at the public department of the Dutch health ministry. In 1998, Aboutaleb became director of the Forum organisation, an institute dealing with multiculturalism in the Netherlands and he also obtained a post as civil servant with the municipality of Amsterdam. In January 2004, Aboutaleb succeeded the scandal-plagued Rob Oudkerk as alderman in Amsterdam, Aboutaleb himself claimed at the time he wanted to focus on his work as alderman and that it was important first that the PvdA wins the elections. Along with another deputy minister, Nebahat Albayrak, of Turkish descent, according to Wilders and his party, government ministers should not have dual citizenship, which they say implies dual allegiance. On 31 October 2008 Aboutaleb was appointed as mayor of Rotterdam and he succeeded the former mayor, Ivo Opstelten on 5 January 2009. Jetta Klijnsma succeeded him as State Secretary, Aboutaleb is also a great fan of poetry, especially Arabic poetry. He translated poetry of Adunis, the most famous living poet of the Arabic language, in June 2010, he presented a few of his translated poems in Arabic in Rotterdam during the festival, Poetry International. Droom & daad De roep van de stad Official Parliamentary Biography
Christopher Robert Lionel Abrahams is a Sydney-based pianist, best known for his jazz work. Abrahams has been a member of the Benders, Laughing Clowns, The Sparklers and he has recorded several solo albums, as well as collaborations with Melanie Oxley from the Sparklers. Abrahams has also been a musician on albums for artists such as The Church, The Whitlams, Midnight Oil, Wendy Matthews, Skunkhour. Chris Abrahams produced and arranged the music for the Australian film The Tender Hook which was released in 2008, in 2008, Chris Abrahams work on the films soundtrack was nominated for the Best Original Music Score AFI Award
Hugues Absil is a French painter. Born in 1961 in Paris, Hugues Absil studied in the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts and he learned painting and lithography with Abraham Hadad, and drawing with Daniel Sénélar. He worked on Fernand Léger and Paul Klee and he has made several exhibitions since 1986. Official website An article of lingénieur constructeur, here a biography The information in this article is based on that in its French equivalent
Aarset is married to Norwegian singer Anne-Marie Giørtz. Aarsets debut solo album as a leader was described by New York Times as one of the best post-Miles Davis electric jazz albums. As one of the most requested guitarists Aarset has worked with Nils Petter Molvær, Bill Laswell, Jon Hassell, Jan Garbarek, David Sylvian and Marilyn Mazur among many others. His style is associated with that of nu jazz, and his performance, improvising and albums feature. He is considered to be one of the unique re-interpretations of what the role, Aarset performs regularly at the Punkt Festival in Kristiansand, Norway. John Kellman of the All About Jazz magazine recognized Eivind Aarset Dream Logic appearance at The Punkt Festival, Kristiansand, Norway, September 2013, as one of his 25 Best Live Shows of 2013. 1998, Électronique Noire 2001, Light Extracts, within Électronique Noire 2004, Connected 2007, Sonic Codex 2010, Live Extracts, within the Sonic Codex Orchestra 2012, Dream Logic 2015, I. E
Keith Russell Ablow is an American psychiatrist, author, and television personality. He is also a contributor on psychiatry for Fox News Channel, Ablow resigned as a member of the American Psychiatric Association in 2011. As of 2011, he was also an assistant clinical professor at Tufts University School of Medicine, Ablow was born in Marblehead, Massachusetts, the son of Jewish parents Jeanette Norma and Allan Murray Ablow. Ablow attended Marblehead High School, graduating in 1979 and he graduated from Brown University in 1983, magna cum laude, with a Bachelor of Science degree in neurosciences. He received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Johns Hopkins Medical School in 1987 and he was Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology in psychiatry in 1993 and forensic psychiatry in 1999. While a medical student, he worked as a reporter for Newsweek, oz Show, Fox & Friends, Geraldo, Imus, Montel, Inside Edition, Showbiz Tonight, and The OReilly Factor. From June 2006 through September 2007, Ablow was host and executive producer of his own daily talk show, The Dr. Keith Ablow Show. After interviewing Karr, Ablow asserted he was dealing with a case of pedophilia. The show lasted less than one year, with about 1% of TV viewers tuning in, since his shows cancellation, Ablow has been a contributing editor for Good Housekeeping Magazine and a columnist for the New York Post. He contributes commentary and analysis for the Fox News Channel, Ablow is the author of six psychological fiction thrillers featuring Frank Clevenger, a forensic psychiatrist dedicated to a search for truth, no matter where it leads. More than one of the titles was a USA Today bestseller, Ablows true crime book, Inside the Mind of Scott Peterson, was a New York Times bestseller. In 2007, Ablow published a prescriptive self-help book, Living the Truth, Transform Your Life Through the Power of Insight and his 2011 book, The 7, co-authored by Glenn Beck, was released in January 2011 and was a New York Times bestseller. In November, St. Martins Press published a second Ablow book, Inside the Mind of Casey Anthony, Ablow has also written widely circulated columns on FoxNews. com addressing treatment strategies for major depression, anxiety disorders and substance abuse disorders. He has written about possible diagnoses for public figures, though he has never treated them himself. He publicly speculated that Vice President Joe Biden had dementia after his 2012 VP debate performance, Ablow has written 15 books, some published by the American Psychiatric Association, been published in the Journal of the American Medical Association and written for Psychiatric Times magazine. Ablow serves as spokesperson and brand ambassador for Golo, a company that sells a weight loss supplement. Progressive media watchdog group Media Matters for America has raised questions about whether Ablows endorsement of Golo violates Fox News policy against product endorsements. On February 6,2013, Ablow said he would not run since other Republican contenders entered the race, Ablow wrote that gender distinctions are part of the magnificent synergy that creates and sustains the human race
Fernanda Abreu is a Brazilian singer. Fernanda was born and raised in a family of the South Zone of Rio de Janeiro. Her first notable appearance was the backing vocal of the band Blitz until 1986. After that, in 1990, she started a career singing funk, disco and dance music. In 1989, she met Herbert Vianna, and with his help and her first solo album, SLA Radical Dance Disco Club, was produced by Herbert Vianna and Fábio Fonseca and had a hit with A Noite, composed with Luiz Stein and Laufer. Since then, Abreu has been considered the first lady of Brazilian funk, in 2006, she released Ao Vivo MTV, the first DVD of her career, which includes many of her hit songs. Abreu is married to the musician and designer Luiz Stein and has 2 daughters, Alice, Sla Radical Dance Disco Club Sla 2 Be Sample Da Lata Raio X - Revista e Ampliada Entidade Urbana Na Paz MTV Ao Vivo Official website