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Kontrollratsgesetz Nr. 25

Mit dem Kontrollratsgesetz Nr. 25 vom 29. April 1946 verfolgte der Alliierte Kontrollrat das Ziel, "naturwissenschaftliche Forschung für militärische Zwecke und ihre praktische Anwendung für solche Zwecke zu verhindern, und um sie auf anderen Gebieten, wo sie ein Kriegspotential schaffen könnten, zu überwachen und sie in friedliche Bahnen zu lenken". Es enthielt ein striktes Verbot jeglicher militärischen Forschung. Daneben verbot das Gesetz angewandte Forschung in einer Reihe von Bereichen, die sowohl einen zivilen als auch militärischen Nutzen besaßen. Dazu gehörten Kernphysik, Flugzeugbau, Schiffbau, Raketentechnik, Radar- und Sonartechnik, Kryptografie und die Herstellung hochexplosiver Sprengstoffe. Grundlagenforschung in diesen Bereichen blieb jedoch erlaubt, insofern die dafür nötigen Anlagen nicht militärisch nutzbar waren. Daneben bestimmte das Gesetz Bereiche, in denen angewandte Forschung nur mit vorheriger Genehmigung erfolgen konnte, so zum Beispiel Funktechnik, Röhrentechnik und Herstellung von Syntheseölen und -kautschuk. Das Gesetz erlaubte naturwissenschaftliche Forschung ausschließlich in Einrichtungen, die vorher von dem zuständigen Zonenbefehlshaber genehmigt worden waren. Diese waren außerdem dazu verpflichtet, ihr technisches und wissenschaftliches Personal registrieren zu lassen und in regelmäßigen Abständen detailliert über ihre Forschungstätigkeit zu berichten. Aktive Mitglieder der NSDAP oder anderer nationalsozialistischer Organisationen sollten aus der Forschungsarbeit entlassen werden. In der Bundesrepublik wurde es 1955 aufgehoben durch Artikel 2 des Gesetzes Nr. A-37 der Alliierten Hohen Kommission vom 5. Mai 1955 und in der DDR durch Beschluß des Ministerrats der UdSSR von 1955.

EN 60601-2-25

Die EN 60601-2-25 mit dem Titel "Medizinische elektrische Geräte – Teil 2-25: Besondere Festlegungen für die Sicherheit von Elektrokardiographen" ist Teil der Normenreihe EN 60601. Herausgeber der DIN-Norm DIN EN 60601-2-25 ist das Deutsche Institut für Normung. Die Norm basiert auf der internationalen Fassung IEC 60601-2-25. Im Rahmen des VDE-Normenwerks ist die Norm als VDE 0750-2-25 klassifiziert, siehe DIN-VDE-Normen Teil 7. Diese Ergänzungsnorm regelt allgemeine Festlegungen für die Sicherheit, Prüfungen und Richtlinien für Elektrokardiographen.

GroSherzoglich Hessische (25) Division

MG-Scharfschützen-Abteilung Nr. 49. (MG-sniper-division no. 49) 49. Infanterie-Brigade 1. Groß Herzoglich Hessischen. Infanterie-Regiment "Kaiser Wilhelm" 2. Große Hessische Keine 116 Ducal. Infanterie-Leib-Regiment "Großherzogin" 3. Große Hessische Keine 117 Ducal. 1. Eskadron / Magdeburg Fähigkeiten Dragoner-Regiment Nr. 6. Rettungsschwimmer-Infanterie-Regiment 1. Große Hessische Keine 115 Ducal. Großen Königlichen Artillerie-Korps, 1 Duke. Großen Hessischen Feld Herzoglichen Artillerie-Regiment No. 25. I. Bataillon / Reserve-Fußartillerie-Regiment Nr. 24. Artillerie-Kommandeur 25. (Artillery-Commander 25) Divisions-Nachrichten-Kommandeur Nr. 25. (Divisions-News-Commander No. 25) Pionier-Bataillon No. 129. (Pioneer Battalion No. 129)

Dragoner-Regiment "Königin Olga" (1. Württembergisches) Nr. 25

Der Drache regiment "Königin Olga" No. 25 wurde von 1806 bis 1919 ein Regiment der württembergischen Armee. In Ihrer endgültigen bereitgestellt Standort Ludwigsburg, wurden Sie im Volksmund genannt auch, die weißen Dragoner.

Deutsche ATSB-FuSballmeisterschaft 1924/25

Die Deutsche ATSB-Fußball-Meisterschaft im Jahre 1925, es war die Reihe der sechste von den Arbeiter-und Sportbund ausgerichtete Deutsche Meisterschaft im Fußball. Der Gewinner des Dresdner SV 10.

25. April

1972 Hans-Werner Grosse und seinem Flug über 1461 km von Lübeck nach Biarritz mit einer Schleicher ASW 12 einen Abstand gleiten Datensatz, den es bereits seit 30 Jahren. Einträge von Leichtathletik-Weltrekorden befinden sich unter der jeweiligen Disziplin unter Leichtathletik.

25 Cent

Die drei Frauen Kim, Michelle und Yvonne überfallen in Kaninchen Kostüm ist eine Tankstelle. Sie bedrohen den tank Tim waren mit Waffen und ihn zu bitten, greifen alle das Geld in einem Rucksack. Tim bleibt ruhig und engagiert die Frauen im Gespräch. Es stellt sich heraus, dass Tim und Michelle sind zusammen zur Schule gegangen. Die anderen beiden sind immer nervös und geriet in einen Streit mit Michelle. Yvonne schnappt sich eine Cola-Flasche und wird nicht zurechtgewiesen von Tim, dass dem so ist. Nachdem alle, es ist eine Kaution-Flasche im Wert von 25 Cent. Kim zwingt Yvonne bezahlen die Cola, inklusive 25 Cent Pfand. Während Kim spricht zu den anderen beiden Frauen erneut ins Gewissen, füllt Tim den Rucksack mit Zeitungspapier aus und übergibt es an Kim. Dann fahren Sie Weg in das Auto. Es folgt eine Rückblende, in der Tim, die Zeitungen in den Rucksack gesteckt, außerdem noch ein Rucksack voller Geld hinter dem Verkaufstresen. Nachdem die Frauen geflohen ist, nimmt er seine Büchse und verschwindet mit dem Geld. Die shot tank ist gezeigt, warten hinter der Theke.

25 (Album)

25 ist das Dritte Studio-album der britischen Sängerin Adele. Es war am 20. Februar 2015 weltweit veröffentlicht. Wie die ersten beiden Alben 19 und 21, es ist nach dem Alter der Sängerin benannt, in dem Sie begann die Arbeit an dem Album. Die Produktion hat zwei Jahre gedauert. Das Album enthält elf songs, die alle Adele beteiligt war auch als Schriftsteller. Sie arbeitete mit Bruno Mars, Ryan Tedder, Paul Epworth, sowie Max Martin und Shellback. Das album-cover zeigt, wie die beiden Alben davor eine Aufnahme von Adele s Brust. Dieses mal ist es ein Close up von dem Gesicht mit den offenen Augen.

Bad 25

Bad 25 ist eine Spezial-Edition des siebten Studio-album von Michael Jackson Bad 25. Jubiläum. Das Bad ist das zweite Album von Jackson, der an seinem 25. Das Jubiläum wird re-released werden. Das erste Album wurde re-released wurde, war ein Thriller. In einer Pressemitteilung im Mai 2012, es wurde angekündigt, dass das Album, das weltweit über 30 Millionen Exemplare, die am 18. September 2012 wird wieder veröffentlicht werden. Zusammen mit dem original-Album, Bad 25 enthält unveröffentlichte demo-Aufnahmen und eine Live-CD und-DVD von Jacksons performance im Wembley-Stadion während seiner Bad World Tour, die gefeiert wurde von Prinzessin Diana und Prinz Charles.

Cossus Cornelius Lentulus (Konsul 25)

Cossus Cornelius Lentulus war ein römischer Politiker und Senator. Er war ein Sohn des Konsuls des Jahres 1 v. Chr., Cossus Cornelius Lentulus, und ein Bruder des Konsuls des Jahres 26, Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus Gaetulicus. Im Jahr 25 war er neben Marcus Asinius Agrippa ordentlicher Konsul. Wahrscheinlich war er zwischen 25 und 30 Legat des obergermanischen Heeres. Sein Sohn war der Konsul des Jahres 60, Cossus Cornelius Lentulus.

Aegon Life Insurance Company

Aegon Life Insurance Company is an Indian life insurance provider founded in 2008 with headquarters in Mumbai, offering individual and group insurance online and offline. It is a joint venture between Dutch Aegon N.V., a multinational insurance, pensions and asset management company, and The Times Group also called Bennett Coleman & Co. Ltd, one of India’s largest media conglomerates.

ITC Holding Company

ITC Holding Company, LLC is a holding company based in West Point, Georgia. The company began as The West Point Telephone and Electric Company, founded in 1896 by James Smith Lanier. Around 1950, the company changed its name to Interstate Telephone Company. The current Chief executive officer is Campbell B. Lanier, III, a descendant of James Smith Lanier. ITC funded several successful telecommunications companies including headhunter.net, Deltacom, Inc. now EarthLink, Knology, MindSpring, Powertel, and Telecom USA. In 2001. ITC Holding Company owned 23.3% of Powertel. In 1998, ITC Holding purchased 5.324.067 shares 20.6% of MindSpring Enterprises, Inc. In 1999, ITC Holding purchased 5.508.000 shares 49.1% of Headhunter Net, Inc. In 2001, ITC Holding Company invested $5 million in eCompanystore. ITC Holding Company was pursuing "investments in business applications for wireless technology, Internet services, communications infrastructure and other developing technologies that address large and growing markets and provide value-added services." In 2002, seven of the eleven directors of ITC Deltacom Inc.were also directors of ITC Holding Company. Subsidiaries and affiliates of ITC Holding Company, included Knology, InterCall, Inc., Interstate Telephone Company, Valley Telephone Company, InView and Powertel. In 2003, the New York Department of Public Services approved the transfer of control of BTI Telecommunications to ITC Holding Company. South Atlantic Venture Funds investments in communications firms are largely in companies associated with ITC Holdings. The SEC has filings for three "ITC Holdings" companies and corporations in the United States. ITC Holding Company is registered in Mishawaka, Indiana. ITC Holding Company Inc is registered in Westpoint, Georgia. ITC Holdings Corporation is registered in Novi, Michigan. ITC Holding Companys most recent filing with the SEC was made on June 10, 2003.

Bromley (company)

SCUD (company)

SCUD is an Indian film production and distribution company established and owned by Satarupa Sanyal in 1998. In the same year, the independent film maker produced and directed her debut film ANU. The success and widespread recognition of the ANU, nationally and overseas, laid the foundation of the company. Till date SCUD has produced more than 50 short films, 4 feature films, TVC, Music videos, telefilms, documentaries and awareness films. From 2017 onwards, Ritabhari Chakraborty has been heading the company alongside of her mother Satarupa Sanyal. The former has taken charge of national advertisements and other motion picture projects. The mother-daughter duo also runs an NGO together namely" Scud society for Social Communication” and they prefer to focus on the development of women especially in the rural areas in West Bengal.

Chengdu JinXi Cultural Media and Production Company

Chengdu JinXi Cultural Media and Production Company, headquartered in Chengdu, China, is an organization that focuses on planning, production, distribution and investment of films and television dramas. The production team of the company has participated in the planning, production and operation of some very popular films and TV dramas projects in China, including Speed Angels, No Limit, Stagnant Water with Ripples, Bashan’s Guerrilla Team and The Story of Granny Liu. In June 2014, the company announced the investment of 80 million RMB in the production of Chu Kui Men Leaving the Gorge of Kuimen. The company is also actively engaged in development, production and promotion services for all kinds of new media products. The company is planning to produce a series of short films in 2015, which is called SiChuan Anecdotes and will be the first short films series in China exclusively developed for mobile platforms. Its parent company, the Sichuan Social Credit Fund is the first private equity fund company that established in Chengdu, the most important economic, cultural and high-tech industrial city in Southwest China. The Fund Company currently has about 2 billion RMB of assets under its management and expects to manage more than 10 billion RMB of asset in 5 years. It is specialized in the investment of high-tech, biomedical, environmental and movie/television industries. Being one of the primary funds managed by the Fund company, JinXi Social Credit Cultural Industry Fund focus on the investment of films and television dramas productions, cultural development and new media developments. The management team of the fund has made successful investment in some popular movie and television drama projects in China, including Speed Angels, No Limit and Stagnant Water with Ripples, etc.

Poole Silver Company

Poole Silver Company was an American silver manufacturing company, active in Taunton, Massachusetts from 1892-1971. The Poole Silver Company was formed in 1892 by George Poole and Edward Roche in Taunton as Poole, Roche & Co., then established as a corporation on May 21, 1895, as an early manufacturer of silver products made with electroplating techniques. In 1900 it operated in a small two-room factory at 106 Whittenton Street, and later moved to 320 Whittenton Street. From 1946 the firm began to produce sterling silver flatware, holloware, and cutlery. In 1971 the company was bought by Towle Silversmiths. The intellectual property currently belongs to Lifetime Brands.

Waterbury Traction Company

The Waterbury Traction Company was a streetcar transit operator serving the region around Waterbury, Connecticut. Originally formed in 1884 as the Waterbury Horse Railroad Company, which began service in 1886. The company was reorganized in 1893 as the Waterbury Traction Company, rebuilding and electrifying its routes by the summer of 1894. Connecticut Lighting and Power Company bought out Waterbury Traction Company in June 1899. The name of the new consolidated company was changed to Connecticut Railway and Lighting Company in 1901. In 1906, the streetcar lines were leased to the Consolidated Railway, which later became the Connecticut Company, a subsidiary of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad.

Sackets Harbor and Saratoga Railroad Company

Sackets Harbor and Saratoga Railroad Company is a predecessor railroad to the D&Hs Tahawus Branch. It was not completed, although sixty miles of it was eventually built from Saratoga to North Creek. It was chartered in 1848, incorporated 1852 and surveyed in 1853. Approximately 20 miles of disconnected grade was built in 1854. The railroad was then reorganized as the Lake Ontario & Hudson River Railroad. When the charter requirements were completed in 1871, the company was granted ownership of some 800.000 acres of Adirondack woodland. In 1902, the Board of Railroad Commissioners relieved the railroad of its obligation to build the railroad beyond North Creek, effectively extinguishing the concept of the SH&S. Portions of the unfinished railbed may be found in Lewis County, and Warren County.

Northern Texas Traction Company

The Northern Texas Traction Company was a subsidiary of Stone & Webster that operated the streetcar system and interurban lines in Fort Worth, Texas. The Northern Texas Traction Company began with the purchase of the City Railway of Fort Worth by George T. Bishop in 1900. Bishop also acquired the Dallas and Oak Cliff Elevated Railway to gain access to Dallas. Construction of the second interurban line in the state of Texas linked the cities of Fort Worth and Dallas with operations commencing on July 1, 1902. The Bishop interests sold out to Stone & Webster Engineering in 1905. The company produced a monthly employee newsletter called The Traction News throughout the 1920s. The power generating plant and workshops for the interurban line were located in the small town of Handley just east of Fort Worth. The Northern Texas Traction Company bought land south of Handley where it developed a trolley park called Lake Erie. The pavilion at Lake Erie included a roller skating rink, a dance hall, restaurant, and rides on a pier above the water. Northern Texas Traction actively fought the loss of passenger traffic to the private automobile. Its efforts to maintain ridership led the company to receive the Charles A. Coffin medal in 1927. Numerous ideas to improve service and improve profits were implemented including the Birney Safety Car and Crimson Limited Interurban deluxe service. NTT was one of the first 3 traction cities to obtain Birney Safety Cars, the first city to fully equip a line with Birney Cars and a member of the Electric Railway Presidents Conference Committee, which produced the PCC streetcar although PCCs did not see service in Fort Worth until the advent of the Tandy Center Subway. Stone & Webster sold the company in 1934 as the result of diminishing profits and antitrust action brought by the federal government. The last interurban run was completed on Christmas eve, 1934, and streetcar service was maintained by the transit company until 1937 when the city charter was renewed and revised.

119th Aviation Company

During the Vietnam War, one unit assigned to the 52nd Combat Aviation Battalion, 17th Combat Aviation Group, 1st Aviation Brigade was the 119th Assault Helicopter Company. The company operated throughout the Central Highlands of Vietnam during the war, from arrival in September 1962 until deactivation in November 1970. Originally designated the 81st Transportation Company, the company was reorganized in 1963 as the 119th Assault Helicopter Company, re-equipped with turbine-powered single-rotor UH-1A and B model Hueys. Also known as the 119th Aviation Company, the companys area of operations included the entire Central Highlands of Vietnam, plus large portions of Laos and Cambodia. Eventually assigned to the 52nd Combat Aviation Battalion, 17th Combat Aviation Group, 1st Aviation Brigade and headquartered at Camp Holloway in Pleiku, the company was also based at Camp Radcliff for a short time from late in 1969 to 1970. The unit was attacked twice by Peoples Army of Vietnam sappers while at Camp Radcliff, once in each year. The Company was equipped with 16 to 20 lightly armed UH-1 "slick" troopships, and by 1969 all UH-1Ds were upgraded to more-powerful UH-1H models and approximately 8 Huey UH-1C model gunships. The "slick" troopships used the radio callsign "Alligator" or "Gator", the gunships used the callsign "Crocodiles" or "Crocs". The callsigns that the pilots used were atypical for US Army aviation units of the time, instead of standard callsigns such as "Blue four-one" or "Yellow six," the pilots used nicknames. The company at one time also used the callsign called "Black Dragon," from which the 52nd CABn "Flying Dragon" callsign evolved. The total company strength of approximately 225 included 50 to 60 pilots and an equal number of crewmembers, plus field maintenance and other critical support personnel. During over eight years in Vietnam, the 119th Assault Helicopter Company provided helicopter support for the US Army 4th Infantry Division, 25th Infantry Division, 1st Cavalry Division, 173d Airborne Brigade, US Marine Corps, United States Army Special Forces and the Army of the Republic of Vietnam. They also flew many classified missions for MACV-SOG. Over 60 members of the 119th Assault Helicopter Company were killed in action, with many more wounded.