Juan José Narváez

This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Narváez and the second or maternal family name is Solarte.

Juan José Narváez

Personal information

Full name
Juan José Narváez Solarte[1]

Date of birth
(1995-02-12) 12 February 1995 (age 21)

Place of birth
Pasto, Colombia

Height
1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)

Playing position
Forward

Club information

Current team

Betis B

Youth career

2002–2011
Deportivo Pasto

2012–2014
Real Madrid

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

2011–2012
Deportivo Pasto
8
(1)

2013–2015
Real Madrid C
27
(7)

2013–2016
Real Madrid B
29
(4)

2016–
Betis B
30
(7)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 3 December 2016.

Juan José Narváez Solarte (born 12 February 1995) is a Colombian footballer who plays for Spanish club Real Betis B as a forward.[2]

Contents

1 Club career

1.1 Deportivo Pasto
1.2 Real Madrid
1.3 Real Betis

2 International career
3 Career statistics
4 Honors

4.1 Club

5 Personal life
6 References
7 External links

Club career[edit]
Deportivo Pasto[edit]
Born in Pasto, Nariño Department, and a product of hometown team Deportivo Pasto’s youth ranks, Narváez spent his first two seasons as a senior with Deportivo Pasto, scoring four goals; three in the Copa Colombia and another in the Categoría Primera B. He debuted for them in the Categoría Primera B on 9 March 2011 at 16 years and 25 days of age, making him the club’s youngest ever player,[3] and in the Categoría Primera A on 28 April 2012.[4]
Real Madrid[edit]
In November 2012 Narváez was moved to youth academy of Real Madrid.[5] He was highly recommended by Real Madrid legend Zinedine Zidane himself to take under their youth system. Juan was highly viewed as the next ‘Falcao’ due to his goal scoring abilities.[6] Narváez made his debut for the club in the 2013 Copa de Juvenil, where he scored 2 goals in 3 appearances, winning the cup in the process, although he did not play in the final. He made his official league debut on 28 January, playing all game in a 3–0 win over Zamalek SC on Alkass International Cup.[7]
Narvaez made his UEFA Youth League debut against Galatasaray, as he managed to score the tying goal in a 1-1 draw. As of September 21, he has scored 6 goals in 3 appearances for the U-17 squad of Real Madrid.[8]

“He’s a kid that’s grown up in such little time. In the campaigns with the lower squa
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1990 NCAA Division I-A football season

1990 NCAA Division I-A season

Number of teams
107[1]

Preseason AP #1
Miami Hurricanes[2]

Post-season

Duration
December 8, 1990 –
January 1, 1991

Bowl games
19

AP Poll #1
Colorado Buffaloes

Coaches Poll #1
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

Heisman Trophy
Ty Detmer, BYU QB

Winner
Colorado Buffaloes (AP)
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (Coaches)

Division I-A football seasons

← 1989
1991 →

The 1990 NCAA Division I-A football season ended with a split national championship and the ensuing controversy helped lead to the creation of the Bowl Coalition, a precursor to the Bowl Championship Series. The national title was split between the Colorado Buffaloes and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. The Buffaloes (11–1–1) took the AP poll while the Yellow Jackets (11–0–1) took the UPI Coaches poll by one vote over Colorado, 847 to 846. During the season Colorado had a particularly controversial victory over Missouri in what would later be known as the “Fifth Down Game”.
Arkansas State moved up from Division 1-AA to become a Division 1-A independent bringing the total number of Division 1-A teams up to 107.

Rule changes[edit]

Approved reducing the width of the goal posts from 23 feet 9 inches to 18 feet 6 inches starting in 1991.
Mandated visible 25-second clocks at each end zone.
Allowed the defense to advance fumbles that occur beyond the line of scrimmage.

Conference standings[edit]

1990 ACC football standings

v
t
e

Conf
 
 
Overall

Team
W
 
L
 
T
 
 
W
 
L
 
T

#2 Georgia Tech $
6

0

1
 
 
11

0

1

#9 Clemson
5

2

0
 
 
10

2

0

#23 Virginia
5

2

0
 
 
8

4

0

Maryland
4

3

0
 
 
6

5

1

North Carolina
3

3

1
 
 
6

4

1

NC State
3

4

0
 
 
7

5

0

Duke
1

6

0
 
 
4

7

0

Wake Forest
0

7

0
 
 
3

8

0

$ – Conference champion

Rankings from AP Poll

1990 Big 8 football standings

v
t
e

Conf
 
 
Overall

Team
W
 
L
 
T
 
 
W
 
L
 
T

#1 Colorado $
7

0

0
 
 
11

1

1

#24 Nebraska
5

2

0
 
 
9

3

0

#17 Oklahoma
5

2

0
 
 
8

3

0

Iowa State
2

4

1
 
 
4

6

1

Kansas
2

4

1
 
 
3

7

1

Kans
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Multidimensional Aptitude Battery II

The Multidimensional Aptitude Battery II is a group-administered intelligence test created by Canadian psychologist Douglas N. Jackson which is supposed to measure Verbal, Performance and Full Scale IQ. The battery consists of 10 subtests and is used for various professional, medical, military, government, law enforcement and employment settings. The test-retest reliability based on timed performance correlates with values of 0.95 for the verbal section, 0.96 for the performance section and 0.97 for the full scale.[1][2][3][4]

Contents

1 Subtests and items
2 Description
3 See also
4 References

Subtests and items[edit]

Verbal section
Description
Performance section
Description

Information
Assess general knowledge about diverse topics
Digit symbol
Assess ability to learn new coding system and using it in
context

Comprehension
Assess the ability to analyze social situations, identify appropriate behavior,
and explain why certain laws and customs are practiced.

Picture completion
Assess ability to identify and solve
missing elements in picture.

Arithmetic
Assess the ability to solve numerical problems, reasoning and problem solving abilities.
Spatial
Assess ability to visualize abstract objects in different positions within
2 dimensional space.

Similarities
Assess the ability to recognize, compare and reason the likeness and
differences between individual objects.

Picture arrangement
Ability to identify a meaningful sequence from a random sequence

Vocabulary
Assess the learned words, verbal concepts and ability to store, categorize and
retrieve information appropriately.

Object assembly
Ability to identify an object by solving left-to right sequences of
disarranged segments.

Citation.[1][2][3][5]
Description[edit]
The MAB II was created by psychologist Douglas N. Jackson and published by the company Sigma-assessment Systems Inc. It is designed to measure intellectual abilities of both adults and adolescents from ages 16 and over and can be used in any educational and career counselling settings, business, industries, clinics and mental health facilities for basic research. It can also be used in the government, law enforcement and military settings. MAB II is also available in languages such as spanish and french. Both the Verbal and Performance subtests on the MAB II takes 50 mins to finish either through computer administration or psychologist administration. All of the subtests are also constructed through multiple choice questi
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Jazz Photo Corp. v. United States International Trade Commission

Jazz Photo Corp. v. United States International Trade Commission, 264 F. 3d 1094 (Fed. Cir. 2001), was a case in which the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit clarified the law of repair and reconstruction (permitting the owner of a patented item to fix the item when it breaks, but not to essentially build a new item from the parts of an old one), holding that it was not a patent infringement for one party to restore another party’s patented “one-use” camera to be used a second time.

Contents

1 Facts
2 Opinion
3 Continued viability questioned
4 References

Facts[edit]
A company called Polytech Enterprise Limited acquired used disposable cameras which had been manufactured by Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd. and sold by Fuji to consumers. Fuji owned several patents on the technology used in the cameras. Polytech refurbished the cameras through a process which included fitting the camera with new film, and in some instances with new flash batteries, repairing the camera case to exclude light following the film reloading operation, repackaging, and relabeling under the trademark of Jazz Photo Corp. The cameras were brought to China to be refurbished, and Jazz Photo then reimported them into the United States for sale.
The United States Customs Service intercepted two shipments of these cameras, and sought to prevent their entry into the United States on the grounds that they infringed Fuji’s patents. Jazz Photo objected, asserting that the patents were not infringed because, rather than build new cameras incorporating the proprietary technology, Jazz Photo had simply purchased Fuji’s own cameras and repaired them.
Opinion[edit]
The Federal Circuit, in an opinion written by Judge Pauline Newman, concluded that Jazz Photo was correct. The court clarified the line between reconstruction – building a new copy of a patented invention – and permissible repair.
The court indicated that “[w]hile ownership of a patented article does not include the right to make a substantially new article, it does include the right to preserve the useful life of the original article.” [1] The opinion then recounted the common law history of repair-reconstruction law, before finally determining that Jazz Photo’s actions amounted to repair. The court held that Jazz Photo had legally acquired patented inventions, and, rather than infringe on Fuji’s patent by reverse engineering, manufacturing, and selling a new product, it opted to refurbish existing items to extend t
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Renato Zanella

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Renato Zanella

Born
(1961-06-06) June 6, 1961 (age 55)

Known for
Dance

Movement
Ballet

Renato Zanella (born June 6, 1961 in Verona) an Italian ballet dancer, choreographer and director.

Contents

1 Life
2 Early Work (1989-1999)
3 The 2000s
4 Work at Ballet Festivals
5 Other roles
6 Awards
7 References
8 External links

Life[edit]
Zanella studied classical dance in his hometown and, after passing his final exams he moved to École supérieure de danse de Cannes Rosella Hightower[1] where he completed his ballet education. His first engagement as a dancer came in 1982 in Basel with Heinz Spoerli. After joining the Stuttgart Ballet in 1985, he was appointed permanent choreographer there in 1993, thanks to artistic director Marcia Haydée. In 1995, he was appointed artistic director and resident choreographer for the Vienna State Opera, a position he held for ten years until the end of the 2004/2005 season. From 2001 to 2005, Renato Zanella also acted as artistic director of the Vienna State Opera Ballet. From 2005 to 2011, he worked as a freelance artist on a global scale and, in September, 2011, he was appointed artistic director of the Greek National Ballet in Athens.[2]
Early Work (1989-1999)[edit]
In 1989, Renato Zanella choreographed his first work, “Die andere Seite” (The other Side). It was presented at the Young Choreographers’ programme of the Stuttgart Ballet based Noverre Society (Stuttgarter Noverre-Gesellschaft), as were his works “Distanz” (Distance) (1989) and “Ein Tag” (One Day) (1990). “Die andere Seite” (The other Side) was included as part of Stuttgart Ballet’s repertoire. “Stati d’animo” for Marcia Haydée and Richard Cragun followed in 1991, as well as “Triptychon”, which was performed at the Ludwigsburg Schlossfestspiele Festival. Renato Zanella was responsible for setting movement for the singers in Salvatore Sciarrino’s Perseus and Andromeda, premiered by Gerald Thomas. Since 1991, he has created numerous solos for the students of the John Cranko School who have taken part in the Prix de Lausanne Competition, and from 1992 onwards, he has developed sm
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Capilano Bridge

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