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Sziasztok,

Május óta zajlik a versenyszezon, úgyhogy itt az ideje egy kis beszámolónak az eddigi eseményekről.

2010.május.08. Budapest, Városligeti-tó.
Amilyen szép napsütéssel indult a verseny, annyira borús, felhős és nagyon erősen szeles-hideg idővel ért véget a verseny. Az évadnyitón rekord számú versenyző jelent meg. Összesen 40 hajót neveztek be erre a futamra, közülük húszan az F4A kategóriában. Bár a víz jobb volt, mint tavaly májusban, amikor is a nagyfokú algásodás miatt el kellett halasztani a versenyt, de azért a szél és a hullámverés mellett az algák is komoly gondokat okoztak. Több hajónak feltekeredtek a hajócsavarjára az algák, úgyhogy sokszor kellett műszaki mentésről gondoskodni.
Végül a következő eredmények születtek:
F2A:
I. Koncz Péter
II.Dr. Kornis János
III. Völgyi Dániel
F2B:
I. Dr. Hüvös Ferenc /SMS. SANKT GEORG/
II. Tardi Sándor
III. Laub Gábor
IV. Kovács Péter /SM Tb.100M/
F2C:
I. ifj. Németh Imre
II. Gulyás József
III. Völgyi László
DS /gőz/:
I. Valentinyi Gyula
II. Benkó László
Ifi:
I. Gulyás Péter
II. Kornis Tamás
III. Bolyki Zsolt, Vámos Tamás
F4A:
I. Dr. Hüvös Ferenc
II. Völgyi Mihály
III. Németh Imre

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Gratulálok a nyerteseknek , de ugyanúgy minden résztvevőnek is, hiszen a résztvétel a fontos.
Ha sikerül nyerni is , az már csak hab a tortán.

Válasz: 2010-es Naviga versenyek

My birthday message to you is - "Be an asset in my life as you have been, forever". ... Uncle ___ choicest wishes on your birthday; Love you.  https://articles.abilogic.com/295291/ho … -girl.html

Válasz: 2010-es Naviga versenyek

Read Scripture on why we should give thanks and how to express gratitude. You can find many instances in the Bible that talk about giving thanks to God and Jesus for all the blessings they provide us. It’s so easy during the holiday season to be overwhelmed with all the tasks and activities to do. We often forget to stop and reflect on why we should be celebrating. Forget the food, forget the decorations, forget the shopping and read these Thanksgiving Bible verses to meditate on all the ways God blesses us! Share these Scriptures with your family and friends this Thanksgiving to help bring peace and joy to a season that is normally run by anxiety and stress!
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Thanksgiving 2019, is now coming soon and we are all getting prepared for celebrating the festival of Thanksgiving with our friends and our loved ones as well. Thanksgiving is the festival, which in the whole United States of America, is celebrated with lots of joy and enthusiasm. So, if you too want to wish your friends a very Happy Thanksgiving 2019 and enjoy it with them, with these funny Thanksgiving Jokes 2019, then this is the right place for you, from where you can easily check these out and share with friends as well.

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Thanksgiving 2019, is now coming soon and we are all getting prepared for celebrating the festival of Thanksgiving with our friends and our loved ones as well. Thanksgiving is the festival, which in the whole United States of America, is celebrated with lots of joy and enthusiasm. So, if you too want to wish your friends a very Happy Thanksgiving 2019 and enjoy it with them, with these funny Thanksgiving Jokes 2019, then this is the right place for you, from where you can easily check these out and share with friends as well.

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Thanksgiving 2019 is now coming soon, as it is 20h October already and soon after a month and a day, we will all be welcoming and celebrating the mighty festival of Thanksgiving 2019 with our friends, family members and our loved ones. Also people on this day of wish happy Thanksgiving to their friends and their loved ones, a very very Happy Thanksgiving 2019, and if you too want to do that, then this is the right place for you, from where you can easily download these happy Thanksgiving coloring pages and send these to all your loved ones, whom you want to wish, via Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, Google+ or normal email.

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t also showcases the rich cultural heritage of all the states of India. The president of India who is the commander in chief of the Indian Army takes the salute. This day gives the feel of patriotism and great pride to be an Indian citizen. Many national patriotic songs are played on this day and to end it all the celebration is summed up with singing the national anthem. Here our team providing the Happy Republic Day Wishes, Messages & SMS for 26th January 2020 in Hindi, English, Urdu, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu & Malayalam. Check our recent post to get awesome

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Republic Day Wishes 2020 in Hindi are extensively used for decoration and wishes for the celebrations on Independence Day and Republic day. Kids draw their own Republic Day Wishes with Vande Mataram Messages in Image which can be put up on the bulletin board for display on the occasion. They put in their own creativity and draw something out of the box. Republic Day 2020 Wishes need not necessarily mean a picture of the flag. The picture they draw should depict the patriotism and should have the tricolor in them. Picture of a soldier after winning a battle with the sky colored orange, with an intermediate white color and then green color showing the lush greenery depicts that until and unless the Indian Army is loyal to its Nation nothing can harm the Nation.

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Calendars in antiquity were usually lunisolar, depending on the introduction of intercalary months to align the solar and the lunar years. This was mostly based on observation, but there may have been early attempts to model the pattern of intercalation algorithmically, as evidenced in the fragmentary 2nd-century Coligny calendar. Nevertheless, the Roman calendar contained very ancient remnants of a pre-Etruscan 10-month solar year.
The Roman calendar was reformed by Julius Caesar in 45 BCE. The Julian calendar was no longer dependent on the observation of the new moon but simply followed an algorithm of introducing a leap day every four years. This created a dissociation of the calendar month from the lunation.
In the 11th century in Persia, a calendar reform led by Khayyam was announced in 1079, when the length of the year was measured as 156 days. Given that the length of the year is changing in the sixth decimal place over a person's lifetime, this is outstandingly accurate.
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For comparison the length of the year at the end of the 19th century 196 days, while today it is 190 days.
The Gregorian calendar was introduced as a refinement of the Julian calendar in 1582, and is today in worldwide use as the de facto calendar for secular purposes.

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Easter is the time of the Christian year when Christians remember the Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. They believe that Jesus, who they believe was the son of God, died for everyone's wrong-doings and then came back to life three days later to defeat death and evil: so if you believe in Him you will live forever in Heaven.

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No one is 100% sure where we get the English word 'Easter' from! In pretty much every other European language, the word for the festival of Easter comes from a variation on the word 'Passover' (Pesach - פֶּסַח in Hebrew or Πάσχα in Greek).

The word Easter mostly likely comes from the Anglo Saxon month 'Eostremonath' which was about the time of year we now call April, when the Christian festival was held. The month seems to be named after a German goddess 'Eostre' or 'Ostara'. But the only reference to this name is from the early historian Bede in 725 AD. And we're not 100% sure he was accurate! But having the festival named after the month it took place in seems to make sense.

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(You might also see some sources saying that it's named after an Akkadian goddess called 'Ishtar'. But this has been widely proven to make no sense! Ishtar was a goddess in the very ancient religions of the middle east - about 5000 years ago. She stopped being worshipped at least 1500 years before Jesus was born. So apart from having a name which sounds a bit like Easter, she has nothing to do with the Jewish Passover festival or the Christian festival of Easter which came after it! Her name was first connected with Easter in 1853 when a church minister, who had some very strange views about lots of things, wrote a pamphlet which had no serious historical merit at all.)


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The Passover festival dates from about 4,000 years ago when Jewish people remember that God saved them from slavery in Egypt. Jesus was a Jew and so celebrated the Passover. Passover takes place in the first month of the Jewish New Year (14-15 of the month of Nisan). The Jewish calendar follows the cycle of the moon, so the date changes a bit every year.

The first Jewish Christians added Easter celebrations to the Passover festival and because Jesus rose from the dead on a Sunday, so Easter Day became the first Sunday after Passover.

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Unlike Christmas, when Jesus's birth is celebrated (although we don't know what time of year Jesus was born!), Easter is celebrated around the same time of year that he was killed. This is because Jesus died at the time of the Jewish Passover festival.


Over the years, the Christian festival moved in date slightly from the Jewish Passover, so they don't now have the same date, but sometimes they are very close! The Christian date for Easter also follows the moon, so it also changes every year. To make things even more complicated, Orthodox Christians celebrate Easter, like Christmas, on a different day to Catholic and Western Christians!

For Christians, the full Easter period lasted for a long time. Easter officially starts with Lent on Ash Wednesday, 46 days before Easter Day. (Lent lasts for 40 days but you don't count the Sundays!) Then 39 days after Easter Day, Christians celebrate Ascension Day, when they remember Jesus going back into Heaven and promising to come back to earth one day. Easter officially ends 49 days after Easter Day with the Christian Festival of Pentecost or Whitsun, when Christians remember that God sent his Holy Spirit to help Christians. So Easter is a very busy time for Christians!