Candido Vitali. Candido Vitali (1680–1753) was an Italian painter of the late Baroque period. He was born in Bologna. He trained under Cignani and devoted himself to painting still lifes of animals, birds, flower, and fruit.
Hager was born at Bietigheim, Württemberg. The son of a laborer and a cleaner, he passed the high school exam (Abitur) in 1931, after a visit of Primary and High School. He was a member of the YMCA and Socialist Federal Student, worked as a journalist and entered the KPD in 1930, and the Red Front fighters covenant in 1932.
Also a Wesleyan alumnus, Belichick, then head coach of the Browns, met Mangini in the Browns’ 1995 training camp and promoted him to a coaching assistant. Belichick was fired after the season, and Mangini followed the Browns in their move to Baltimore in 1996 for a single season before re-joining Belichick with the Jets in 1997.
2008 Kabul Serena Hotel attack. The 2008 Kabul Serena Hotel attack was an attack on the gym of the Kabul Serena Hotel, in Kabul, Afghanistan on January 14, 2008 for which the Taliban claimed responsibility.
Matt Brazier. Matthew Ronald Brazier (born 2 July 1976) is a retired English football midfielder. He began his career with Queens Park Rangers before joining fellow London based side Fulham in 1998. After a brief loan spell at Cardiff City, Brazier joined the Bluebirds on a permanent deal for a fee of £100,000.
Elsom was chairman of Leicester City F.C. from 1998 until mid-2002. During his tenure as chairman the club finished in mid-table in the Premier League, took part in the 1999 and 2000 League Cup Finals, and competed in the UEFA Cup.