domingo, 8 de enero de 2012

como lavar la ropita de tu perrito :D

muchos jamas lavamos los  trajes de nuestros perros como debe de ser asi que hoy les dare
algunos consejos de como hacer que la ropa de tu perrito quede los
mas limpia posible bueno lo primero q hay que hacer es  lavar el traje a mano con
un jabon en barra de preferencia de ropa para bebe
despues de enjuagarlo bien vamos a tomar los trajes que lavamos y a ponerlos
en una cubeta, llenamos la cubeta de agua media tapita de suavitel y tantino pino
eso ayuda a quitarle el olor que se imprecna en los trajes
despues de una hora sacar enjuagar esxprimir y dejar secando al sol
ademas de que no hay que olvidar que el perro debe de ser cambiado a diario
y bañado cada 15 dias y tener limpio el lugar donde este y mas donde duerme

martes, 1 de noviembre de 2011

la ciudad de cambridge

cambridge






The following is a list of selected famous people who attended the University of Cambridge. There is only room to include a few from each college, so there are naturally many missing. Feel free to mail me if you have any comments. See also the list of Cambridge Nobel Prizewinners.


The entry for Trinity contains only living alumni, which otherwise simply has too many! My pages on famous Trinity students are here.

For biographies on many of these people, try Wikipedia.

Christ's (1505)


Richard Clerke, John Milton, Charles Darwin, Jan Smuts, CP Snow, David Mellor, Richard Whiteley, Lord Mountbatten, Colin Dexter, Sacha Baron-Cohen (Ali G), Simon Schama, Rowan Williams

Churchill (1960)




Clare (1326)


Nicholas Ferrer, Hugh Latimer, Charles Cornwallis, David Attenborough, Peter Lilley, Siegfried Sassoon, Richard Stilgoe, James Watson, Andrew Wiles, Peter Ackroyd, Roger Norrington

Clare Hall (1984)




Corpus Christi (1352)


Christopher Marlowe, John Fletcher, Matthew Parker

Darwin (1976)


Jane Goodall

Downing (1800)


John Cleese, Michael Winner, Mike Atherton, Brian Redhead, Quentin Blake, Trevor Nunn, Michael Apted, Thandie Newton

Emmanuel (1584)


John Harvard, FR Leavis, Fred Hoyle, Griff Rhys Jones, Graeme Garden, Cecil Parkinson, John Wallis, Michael Frayn, Graham Chapman

Fitzwilliam (1896)


Lord Fawsley, Norman Lamont, Derek Pringle, Phil Edmonds, Lee Kuan Yew, David Starkey, Nick Drake

Girton (1869)


Sandi Toksvig, Queen Margarethe of Denmark, Raquel Cassidy, Delia Derbyshire

Gonville and Caius (1348)


William Harvey, Thomas Shadwell, George Green, David Frost, Kenneth Clarke, Harold Abrahams, John Venn, Keith Vaz, Alastair Campbell

Homerton (1894)


Julie Covington, Nick Hancock, Cherie Lunghi, Sandi Toksvig, Graham Wynne

Hughes Hall (1885)




Jesus (1496)


Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Thomas Cranmer, Laurence Sterne, Alastair Cooke, Prince Edward, Lord Snowdon, Ted Dexter, Thomas Malthus, Nick Hornby, Tony Wilson

King's (1441)


Francis Walsingham, Rupert Brooke, JM Keynes, EM Forster, Robert Walpole, Martin Bell, Salman Rushdie, Alan Turing, David Baddiel, John Graham, Charles Clarke, Lily Cole

Lucy Cavendish (1965)




Magdalene (1542)


Samuel Pepys, Charles Kingsley, CS Lewis, Michael Ramsey, Lord Tedder, Bamber Gascoigne, John Simpson, Michael Redgrave, Gavin Hastings, Charles Parnell, George Mallory, Katie Derham, Rob Wainwright, Mike Newell, Alan Rusbridger, Lloyd Grossman

New Hall (1954)


Jocelyn Bell-Burnell, Sue Perkins

Newnham (1871)


Eleanor Bron, Emma Thompson, Germaine Greer, Sylvia Plath, Margaret Drabble, AS Byatt, Rosalind Franklin, Anne Campbell, Dorothy Hodgkin, Shirley Williams, Claire Balding, Jane Goodall, Diane Abbott

Pembroke (1347)


William Pitt, Edmund Spenser, Thomas Gray, Peter Cook, Ted Hughes, Clive James, Peter May, Eric Idle, Bishop Nicholas Ridley, George Stokes, Rab Butler, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Bill Oddie, Tom Sharpe, Arthur Bliss, Jonathan Lynn

Peterhouse (1284)


Thomas Gray, Henry Cavendish, Lord Kelvin, Charles Babbage, Frank Whittle, Christopher Cockerell, Michael Howard, Michael Portillo, Richard Baker, John Whitgift, James Dewar, Sam Mendes, Stephanie Cook, David Mitchell

Queens' (1448)


Desiderius Erasmus, Isaac Milner, Stephen Fry, Mike Foale, Charles Stanford, Richard Hickox, Osborne Reynolds

Robinson (1977)


Adrian Davies, Charles Hart, Konnie Huq, Robert Webb

St Catharine's (1473)


John Addenbrooke, James Shirley, Ian McKellen, Jeremy Paxman, Steve Punt, Peter Hall, Richard Ayoade, Joanne Harris

St John's (1511)


William Wordsworth, Paul Dirac, William Wilberforce, Jonathan Miller, Douglas Adams, Viscount Goderich, Lord Aberdeen, Viscount Palmerston, Trevor Bailey, Mike Brearley, Hugh Dennis, Rob Andrew, Sid Waddell

Selwyn (1882)


Hugh Laurie, Rob Newman, Clive Anderson, John Selwyn Gummer, Malcolm Muggeridge, Simon Hughes, Robert Harris

Sidney Sussex (1596)


Oliver Cromwell, David Owen, John Patten, Carol Vorderman, Ian Lang, Tom Kilburn

Trinity (1546)


(living alumni only) Freeman Dyson, Lord Mackay of Clashfern, John Nott, John Tusa, Douglas Hurd, Edward Stourton, Peter Bottomley, Leon Brittan, Prince Charles, Raymond Keene, Jonathan Mestel, Antony Gormley, Vanessa Feltz, John Crawley, Peter Shaffer, Mel Giedroyc, Stephen Frears, Alex Comfort, Edward Atterton, Thomas Gold, John Stott, Chris Weitz, Charles Moore

Trinity Hall (1350)


Admiral Howard, Robert Herrick, JB Priestley, Terry Waite, Norman Fowler, Tony Slattery, Geoffrey Howe, Donald Maclean, David Sheppard, Rachel Weisz, Stephen Hawking, Hans Blix, Andrew Marr

Wolfson (19

65)

Hyatt Hotel

Información general



situación
En el distrito de la City de Londres, este hotel recibe su nombre Andaz Liverpool Street - a Hyatt Hotel es muy conveniente para viajeros de negocios y se encuentra cerca de 30 St. Mary Axe, Londres London Guildhall y Mansion House . Trafalgar Square y London Stock Exchange también están cerca.

Características de la instalación
La propiedad Andaz Liverpool Street - a Hyatt Hotel tiene un gimnasio, sauna y gimnasio. Para los viajeros de negocios, este hotel de 5 estrellas (s) es un centro de negocios, salas de reuniones para grupos pequeños y una reunión / conferencia. Este hotel de lujo cuenta con un restaurante, una cafetería y un bar / salón. Por un cargo adicional, tendrá acceso a un servicio de lanzadera al aeropuerto. Espacio para eventos que incluye una sala de exposiciones, salas de conferencias y banquetes. El personal del hotel ofrece un servicio de conserjería, servicio de bodas, servicios de catering y una amplia gama de servicios empresariales. Entre los servicios adicionales incluyen valet parking, una biblioteca y personal multilingüe.


Museo Fitzwilliam

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Fachada del museo, orientada a Trumpington Street.
El Museo Fitzwilliam (en inglés, Fitzwilliam Museum) es un museo de arte ubicado en Cambridge (Reino Unido), perteneciente a la prestigiosa Universidad de dicha localidad. Ocupa un edificio de estilo neoclásico en la calle Trumpington Street.
Debe su origen y su nombre al vizconde Fitzwilliam of Merrion, quien en 1816 legó a la Universidad su colección de arte, su biblioteca así como dinero para construir la sede del museo. En 1968, la Standing Comission de Monumentos y Galerías del Reino Unido describió el Museo Fitzwilliam como «una de las grandes colecciones de arte de la nación y un monumento de primera importancia».

Cambridge United Football Club

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Cambridge United
Nombre completoCambridge United Football Club
Apodo(s)United, The U's
Fundación1912
EstadioEstadio Abbey
Cambridge, Inglaterra
Capacidad9.617
Inauguración1932
Presidenteirlandés Lee Power
Entrenadoringles Martin Ling
LigaConference National
2010-1117º
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El Cambridge United Football Club es un club de fútbol inglés, de la ciudad de Cambridge. Fue fundado en 1912 y juega en la Conference National.

Benjamin Banneker Charter

Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School, Cambridge MA- According to the state’s “Growth Model” the Banneker’s 6th grade class soared on both the English Language Arts and Mathematics MCAS. In ELA, the Banneker had the highest median growth percentile statewide at 86%; in math, Banneker’s median growth percentile was third highest in the state at 91%. Performance levels in ELA were also outstanding: 75% of 6th graders scored in the proficient or higher category. In mathematics, 54% were proficient or higher.



Especially coming in a year when Banneker narrowly missed making AYP, there is a strong temptation to identify the reason for the sixth grade’s outstanding performance. School administration and staff believe, however, that a powerful combination of factors actually led to the school’s success in sixth grade. The most obvious difference between Banneker’s current sixth grade and others is that Banneker began a 1:1 computer (laptop) program in 2010-2011 and made great strides in using technology to enhance instruction. Still it is important to note, Banneker’s sixth grade achievement levels have been high for 3 years now, and this year the school- wide student growth percentiles in all grades were high in both ELA and Mathematics. Thus, contributing factors to the sixth grade success may be: Literacy Collaborative, a student-centered, assessment driven math curriculum and their cumulative effects, additional support staff dedicated to supporting 6th graders, and the conveying of high, non-negotiable expectations of students. Joshua Donat, Banneker 6th grade teacher, says: "We set the tone from the very first day of school that students at the Banneker were capable of achieving anything they put their minds to.”



Holding firm to Banneker’s educational philosophy, Sherley E. Bretous-Carré, the Interim Executive Director and a founding teacher says, “We will continue to celebrate student success and are committed to challenging every learner, but we will not be satisfied until ALL our students are proficient.” Ms. Bretous-Carré also noted, “with 91% of tested Banneker students identified as African American/ Black, we are also very proud of having made AYP in ELA for the aforementioned sub group. Banneker will continue to be unrelenting in its efforts to close the achievement gap.”
 
Cambridge

Cambridge is located in the east of England, about 100 km northeast of London. It is crossed by the river Cam, which take place canoe competitions, and hosts one of the world's oldest universities, founded in the early thirteenth century by some students fleeing the violence of Oxford.
It's easy to get around the city, and find something to see or do every day: historic and contemporary buildings, famous museums around the world, theaters and live music. The university and its 31 colleges dominate the landscape, with chapels, gardens and bridges, but Cambridge is not just this, and those who love the architecture will find much to enjoy: the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, one of the four round churches in the United Kingdom, built by the Normans in 1130, the church of Santa Maria, whose tower, completed in 1608, offers spectacular views of the city and schools, the chapel of King's College, the most famous building in the city, in which stone, wood and glass come together to provide music for an unforgettable show, or even the Senate House, which belongs to the university and was built in neoclassical style in the first half of the eighteenth century and the church of San Eduardo, the fifteenth century, known as the cradle of English religious reform.
If you like museums, then I recommend the Fitzwilliam Museum, with paintings from the fourteenth century to the present day, in addition to findings Egyptians, Greeks and Romans, or the Scott Polar Research Institute, in which you can know more about the expeditions of Captain Scott and other explorers.
For lovers of music and drama, Cambridge spawn four theaters, three concert halls and many other structures to enjoy high-level performances with famous companies around the country.
Cambridge is also a green city, with the botanical garden of the university, which hosts more than 8000 different plant species, or the gardens of Christ 'College, which used to walk the English poet John Milton.
You can wander around the city by bicycle, to discover the area of ​​the river or the beautiful surroundings, such as the city of Ely with its cathedral, or the home of Oliver Cromwell, restored to recreate the life of the sixteenth century English.