Almanac for Sunday, September 11, 2022

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GOOD MORNING EVERYONE
Almanac for Sunday, September 11, 2022
It is the 254th day of the Gregorian calendar
There are 111 days to go until the end of the year

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BORN
1933: Nicola Pietrangeli, considered the greatest
Italian tennis player of all time, he won two “Roland Garros”,
television host and actor
1955: Pupo, songwriter, lyricist, composer and
TV host, actor
(Chocolate ice cream, About us, It will be because I love you)
(At dawn I’ll lose, 2021 movie)
1970: Safiria Leccese, journalist, TV presenter
Writer
(The wealth of good. Stories of entrepreneurs among the soul
and business, TS – Holy Land, 2020)
1971: Barbara Ricci, actress
(Divine – Each Other’s Girlfriend, 2020)
1995: Matilda De Angelis, actress and singer
(Across the River and into the Trees, 2022)
DIES
2013 – Jimmy Fontana, singer-songwriter, double bass player
and actor
(The world) (b.1934)
2014 -Mirko Ellis, actor
(The legion of the damned) (1923)
2014: Gianni Mantesi, actor and voice actor
(Cristina, we are Europe) (b.1924)
2021: Carlo Alighiero, actor, voice actor and theater director
(In no man’s land, 2001) (n.1927)
2021: Giulia Daneo Lorimer, musician, violinist and singer.
He was among the founders of the founding group of Whiskey Trail,
recording 13 discs (no.1932)
FOREIGNERS
1987: Tyler Hoechlin, American actor, is born
(Teen Wolf: The Movie, 2022)
1989: Michael J. Willett, actor and musician, is born
American
(Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings, 2019 tv series)
2016: Alexis Arquette, transgender actress, dies
American (Kiss Me) (b.1969)
2017: Peter Hall, English actor and director, Sir, dies
founder of the Royal Shakespeare Company (b.1930)

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IT HAPPENED
831: Islamic conquest of Palermo. It was recaptured
by the Normans only in 1071/1072, without leaving
Muslim citizens
1795: The first prototype of
horse tram, by Benjamin Outram
1802: End of the Subalpine Republic, Piedmont is
annexed to the French Empire
1906: The Mahatma Gandhi during a protest
at the Empire Theater of Varieties in Johannesburg,
adopts for the first time its methodology of
satyagraha, that is, to defy the law and to suffer punishment
provided, but without resorting to violence.
1926: Failed assassination attempt on Benito Mussolini from
part of the Lucca anarchist Gino Lucetti, from
from France. Speech of the Duce but … the vice is not lost …
1940: George Stibitz performs the first operation
remotely on a computer.
1944: The village of Barcis, in Valcellina, (Pordenone),
is set on fire by German troops
of occupation for anti-partisan retaliation
1960: The XVII Olympiad closes in Rome. Italy is third,
with 13 gold medals
1988: Italy: the Ferrari team gets a crushing one
double at the Italian Grand Prix, after nine years of
failure to win, one-two dedicated to Enzo Ferrari
disappeared a few weeks earlier; first
Gherard Berger, according to Michele Alboreto
1992: The foiba di Basovizza, where they were thrown
numerous Italians murdered by Yugoslav partisans,
finally becomes a national monument.
But even today, some political nostalgic denies them …
1999: First volume published in the UK
of Archive Mitrokhin. Silence tomb from other countries
2001: Terrorist attack known with the date
11 September 2001 “: nineteen al Qaeda militants
hijacking 4 planes and using them as missiles, they attack the
heart of the United States, causing the collapse of the
“World Trade Center” in New York, damage to the Pentagon
while the fourth crashes in Pennsylvania.
There are nearly 3,000 victims.
2004: Greece: The helicopter sinks into the Aegean Sea
carries the Greek Orthodox patriarch of
Alexandria of Egypt, Peter VII, and 17 other people
2011: Inauguration of the
National September 11 Memorial & Museum,
museum dedicated to the attacks on
World Trade Center of 11 September 2001.

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TIME TO TIME
1930: One of the most violent eruptions of the
Stromboli, causing four casualties and destruction
of some houses
1970: A tornado kills 30 in Venice.
1976: earthquake, 9 degree Mercalli scale, in Friuli
it destroys buildings already damaged by the quake
of 6 May

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THE CHURCH REMEMBER
Saints and Blessed
Ss. Proto and Giacinto,
Daniele, S. Emiliano, Sant’Elia known as the Speleota.
Blessed Bonaventure of Barcelona
St. John Gabriel Perboyre,
Saints Matthew and Gusmeo
Blessed Peter de Alcantara (Lorenzo) Villanueva Larrayoz
MEANING OF THE NAMES
ELIA – From Hebrew = my God – Great prophet of Israel
which, according to Jewish legend, despite it having been
kidnapped in heaven from Jericho, he is still alive in expectation
of the Last Judgment; Saint Elia Abbot of Calabria,
it is celebrated on September 11th.
This name reveals a great flair for it
study of the divine sciences.

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PROVERB
Long and boring are the days to the idle,
even the longest are short for the industrious

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APHORISM
But I have seen the science that I have adored
and the plane that I loved,
destroy the civilization I expected
they would have served.
(Charles Lindbergh)

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GUINNESS WORLD RECORD
THE FIRST BANK IN THE WORLD, ALWAYS EXISTING TODAY
It is the Monte dei Paschi di Siena, founded by the Council
General of the Republic of Siena on February 27, 1472.
At the time Siena was a republic and the bank was born for
offer loans to “poor or miserable or needy people”.
Another “primacy” of the bank was achieved in 1624,
when the Grand Duke Ferdinando II de ‘Medici, to guarantee
the land loans held at the MPS, laid the foundation of the
deposit protection schemes that are now being used
to give confidence to savers in the banking system
world. The Grand Duke used the proceeds from the pastures that
held in Maremma, in south-western Tuscany, for
provide guarantees for the debts accumulated by the bank.
For centuries, the bank has financed the local economy
through businesses, charities and of course
the famous Palio of Siena.

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LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS
The meaning of Ancusa is …
I remember

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QUOTE OF THE DAY
The best partner for any woman
is an archaeologist:
the older she gets,
the more he finds it interesting
(Franz Kafka Ralph Waldo Emerson)

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MAXIMUM OF THE FUN DAY
Among grannies:
“Do you follow the TV?”
“Why, your walking? And when he came out
this new model? “

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