Tristana. Tristana is a 1970 Spanish film directed by Luis Buñuel. Based on the eponymous novel by Benito Pérez Galdós, it stars Catherine Deneuve and Fernando Rey and was shot in Toledo, Spain. The voices of French actress Catherine Deneuve and Italian actor Franco Nero were dubbed to Spanish.
U-33 took part in Operation Ursula — the German submarine operation in support of Franco’s naval forces during the Spanish Civil War from November 1936. During World War II, U-33 sank 10 ships for a total of in just three war patrols.
Louis Armand wrote a book on l’Entreprise de Demain in 1970, and the history of the organization was also published in the Que Sais-Je? collection. In 1971, Louis Armand successfully pushed to have the word creativity included in the French dictionary.
On August 1, 2007, KRQB launched the Que Buena regional Mexican format in the Inland Empire. KRQB joined the trimulcast of the three Los Angeles-area stations (KEBN Garden Grove, KBUE Long Beach, and KBUA San Fernando) in broadcasting the hugely popular morning show of Don Cheto.
As is apparent in the Gothic term vasi (Visigoths), it stems from the same Indo-European root that gave the Sanskrit vas-ati (night) and vesper (evening) in Latin. To go west using a compass for navigation, one needs to set a bearing or azimuth of 270°.
A revised model, the PS Vita 2000 series, released across 2013 and 2014, sports all of the same features with a slightly smaller size, extended battery life, and an LCD screen replacing the OLED display.
Antal Stevanecz. Antal Števanecz or Steffanecz () (December 29, 1861 – April 12, 1921) was a Slovene teacher and writer in Hungary. He was born in Vanča Vas, near Tišina (now in Prekmurje). His parents were Mátyás Stevanécz and Zsuzsanna Rátnik.
The game was launched on Facebook as a Beta on May 11, 2012. It was subsequently ported to Android devices, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, BlackBerry PlayBook, BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone 8.