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October
                                               

October

October is the tenth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian Calendars and the sixth of seven months to have a length of 31 days. The eighth month in the old calendar of Romulus c. 750 BC, October retained its name after January and February were inserted into the calendar that had originally been created by the Romans. In Ancient Rome, one of three Mundus patet would take place on October 5, Meditrinalia October 11, Augustalia on October 12, October Horse on October 15, and Armilustrium on October 19. These dates do not correspond to the modern Gregorian calendar. Among the Anglo-Saxons, it was known as Ƿinterfylleþ, because at this full moon winter was supposed to begin. October is commonly associated with the season of autumn in the Northern hemisphere and with spring in the Southern hemisphere.

                                               

Santé Diabète

Santé Diabète es una organización no gubernamental francesa, cuya sede principal se estableció en Grenoble. Santé Diabète trabaja en el fortalecimiento de los sistemas de salud para mejorar la prevención y el manejo de la diabetes en África.

Lamine Diack
                                               

Lamine Diack

Lamine Diack es un político senegalés y expresidente de la Asociación Internacional de Federaciones de Atletismo. Durante su vida profesional ha presidido varios cargos gubernamentales y de organizaciones deportivas a nivel nacional e internacional, entre ellos: Inspector General de Impuestos, Comisionado General del Deporte, alcalde de la ciudad de Dakar, diputado de Senegal, director de la compañía de Alcantarillados de Senegal, presidente del Comité Olímpico Senegalés, miembro del Comité Ejecutivo del Consejo Supremo para el Deporte en África, presidente de la Confederación Africana de Atletismo, y miembro del Comité Olímpico Internacional, entre otros. ​

Persi Diaconis
                                               

Persi Diaconis

Persi Warren Diaconis es un matemático americano especializado en coincidencias y mago, ​ de ascendencia griega. Es el profesor de estadística y matemáticas de la universidad de Stanford. Es conocido particularmente por afrontar problemas matemáticos que involucran aleatoriedad y aleatorización, como tirar una moneda y juegos de naipes.

                                               

Alina Diaconú

Alina Diaconú nació en Bucarest, Rumania, en 1945 ​ Varios de sus libros han sido traducidos en el extranjero y entre sus textos figuran en antologías argentinas y extranjeras, también algunas de sus obras fueron motivo de tesis doctorales en los Estados Unidos. En 1993 apareció un libro de crítica sobre su narración titulada Utopías, ojos azules y bocas suicidas: la narrativa de Alina Diaconú, compilado por Ester Gimbernat González y Cynthia Tompkins.

Lucio Cecilio Metelo Diademato
                                               

Lucio Cecilio Metelo Diademato

Diademato era el segundo hijo de Quinto Cecilio Metelo Macedónico. Recibió su apodo agnomen debido a que usó, durante largo tiempo, un vendaje alrededor de la frente como consecuencia de una herida ulcerada. Diademato se unió al grupo de opositores de Cayo Sempronio Graco. En 117 a. C. fue elegido cónsul junto a Quinto Mucio Escévola Augur. Durante su consulado se dedicó a promover obras de desarrollo por Italia, proyectando la via Caecilia. Un año después fue procónsul en la Galia Cisalpina. Eutropio le atribuye erróneamente el triunfo de Dalmático. ​ Al final, consiguieron traerle de vuelta.

Diadumeniano
                                               

Diadumeniano

Marco Opelio Antonino Diadumeniano o Diadumeniano era el hijo del Emperador romano Macrino, y sirvió a su padre brevemente como césar desde mayo de 217 hasta el 218, y como augusto en 218. Diadumeniano tuvo poco tiempo para disfrutar de su posición o de aprender sobre sus oportunidades porque las legiones de Siria se rebelaron y declararon a Heliogábalo señor del Imperio romano. Cuando Macrino fue vencido el 8 de junio de 218 en Antioquía, Diadumeniano fue enviado por su padre hacia el Imperio Parto, pero fue alcanzado en Zeugma y decapitado. De acuerdo con la Scriptores Historiae Augustae, Diadumeniano igualó a su padre en tiranía. Lo exhortó a no perdonar a nadie que pudiera oponérseles o confabular contra ellos. Fue decapitado y su cabeza fue presentada a Heliogábalo como trofeo.

Elaine Diacumakos
                                               

Elaine Diacumakos

Elaine Diacumakos fue una bióloga celular estadounidense y fue directora del Laboratorio de Citobiología de la Universidad Rockefeller. ​ Desarrolló las primeras técnicas para eliminar e insertar material en y desde las células.

                                               

Murchad mac Diarmata

Murchad mac Diarmata fue un monarca irlandés del reino de Leinster y Dublín, pertenecía la dinastía Uí Cheinnselaig y heredero de Diarmait mac Maíl na mBó. Le sucedieron como reyes de Leinster su hijo Domnall mac Murchada, su hermano Enna y el hijo de Enna, Diarmait. El origen de los nombres para las familias Mac Murchadha MacMurrough y MacMurrough-Kavanagh procede de Murchad. Su nieto Dermot MacMurrough fue rey de Leinster 1126–1171, conocido como el hombre que propició la llegada de los cambro-normandos a Irlanda ​

                                               

Pierre-Médard Diard

Pierre-Médard Diard fue un naturalista y explorador francés. Comenzó estudios de medicina, aunque los interrumpió para enrolarse en el Ejército francés de 1813 a 1814. Luego de su baja del servicio, estudia con Georges Cuvier 1769-1832. Y al mando de Alfred Duvaucel 1793-1825, parte la India en 1817 recolecctando especímenes de historia natural a cuenta del Museo Nacional de Historia Natural de Francia. Al año siguiente, con Duvaucel, trabaja como naturalista para Sir Thomas S. Raffles 1781-1826. Mas en 1821, sus colecciones son confiscadas por la Compañía Británica de las Indias Orientales. Diard viajó por las Indias Orientales entre 1827 y 1848. Recolectó varios especímenes, algunos de los cuales envió al naturalista Coenraad J. Temminck la ciudad de Leiden, Holanda. Antes había sido un explorador que contribuyó ayudando a los misioneros católicos en Nueva Francia.

                                               

Cryptophasa themerodes

Cryptophasa themerodes is a moth in the family Xyloryctidae. It was described by Turner in 1904. It is found in Australia, where it has been recorded from Queensland. The wingspan is about 35 mm. The forewings are whitish, intimately mixed with grey, and with some dark fuscous scales. The discal dots are scantily represented by dark fuscous scales, the first at one-third, the second beyond the middle and the third on the fold obliquely beyond the first. There are several dark fuscous dots near the termen. The hindwings are whitish, towards the termen suffused with pale fuscous.

Compsodrillia thestia
                                               

Compsodrillia thestia

The length of the shell attains 14 mm, its diameter 5 mm. Original description The slender, acute shell is strongly sculptured, with pale brownish clouding on a yellowish white ground. The protoconch is smooth, inflated, and consists of 1½ whorl, followed by about eight sculptured whorls. The suture is distinct, undulated, strongly appressed, thick-edged, with a strong cord immediately behind the strongly constricted smooth anal fasciole. Other spiral sculpture consists of on the spire one or two strong peripheral cords, swollen and almost angulated where they override the ribs. On the body whorl there are six or seven cords with much wider interspaces and as many more smaller close-set threads on the siphonal canal. The axial sculpture consists of seven or eight very prominent short ribs on the penultimate whorl; fading out on the body whorl, and rather prominent widely spaced incremental lines most conspicuous on the body whorl. The aperture is subovate. The anal sulcus is conspicuous, rounded, with a marked subsutural callus. The outer lip is thin, moderately arcuate, not varicose. The inner lip shows a coat of enamel with the anterior edge raised. The columella is short, straight. The siphonal canal is hardly differentiated from the aperture.

                                               

Agriophara musicolor

Agriophara musicolor is a moth in the family Depressariidae. It was described by Edward Meyrick in 1930. It is found in New Guinea. The wingspan is 23–24 mm. The forewings are light green with a basal patch occupying one-fifth of the wing more or less suffused with dark fuscous, the edge rounded or angulated. There are semi-oval dark fuscous spots on the costa at one-third and the middle, from the first an oblique fascia of blackish irroration crossing the wing to the dorsal streak, some blackish sprinkling beyond this in the upper part of the disc, some undefined spots of whitish suffusion on both sides of the fascia. There are four subconfluent small dark fuscous spots separated by whitish on the apical third of the costa, where a strongly excurved dark fuscous subterminal line, sharply indented towards the costa, runs to before the tornus, preceded by a thick light grey streak mixed whitish-green continued along the dorsum to one-fourth. There is a terminal series of dark fuscous spots. The hindwings are grey-whitish.

                                               

Siloam daylilies

Siloam daylilies are cultivars of daylilies registered with the American Hemerocallis Society by Pauline Henry of Siloam Springs, Arkansas. Mrs. Henry registered over 450 daylilies during her lifetime. Most of her daylilies were given a name beginning with the word "Siloam", hence "Siloam Daylilies".

Thespieus
                                               

Thespieus

Thespieus opigena Hewitson, 1866 Thespieus argentina Draudt, 1923 Thespieus vividus Mabille, 1891 Thespieus xarina Hayward, 1948 Thespieus abatira J. Zikan, 1938 Thespieus castor Hayward, 1948 Thespieus catochra Plotz, 1882 Thespieus abauna J. Zikan, 1938 Thespieus matucanae Lindsey, 1925 Thespieus dalman Latreille, Thespieus thona Evans, 1955 Thespieus macareus Herrich-Schaffer, 1869 Thespieus aspernatus Draudt, 1923 Thespieus tihoneta Weeks, 1901 Thespieus xarippe Butler, 1870 Thespieus zikani Mielke, 1971 Thespieus pinda Evans, 1955 Thespieus peruviae Lindsey, 1925 Thespieus tapayuna J. Zikan, 1938 Thespieus othna Butler, 1870 Thespieus caraca Evans, 1955

Themara
                                               

Themara

Themara is a genus of tephritid or fruit flies in the family Tephritidae. Many species have the head elongated sideways with the eyes placed on the extensions. Their biology is largely unknown but are thought to breed on rotting wooden logs or tree trunks. There are about 10 species distributed in South and Southeast Asia and include: T. maculipennis T. lunifera T. jacobsoni T. hirsuta T. andamanensis T. hirtipes T. extraria T. nigrifacies T. yunnana T. ampla

                                               

Geedy Dayaan

Geedy Dayaan or Geedy Dayaan is the first album released by Disques Griot of the Senegalese band Super Diamono in 1979 - under their new name at the time: Super Diamono de Dakar. The album was recorded at the Jandeer, a night club in Dakar. Omar Pene, the lead vocalist of the band, and one of its original members, was given little room to showcase his vocals by the bands management. Critics such as Mazzoleni describe the album as "a rather tasteless mixture of rock, reggae, synthetic strings and African percussion influences"

MusicMagpie
                                               

MusicMagpie

musicMagpie was founded in Stockport in 2007 by Steve Oliver and Walter Gleeson, both with previous experience of the music industry. The company was originally based in Olivers garage, buying only CDs. As of February 2017, it had 1000 employees, and has received 5 million ratings on eBay, becoming the most popular seller on that platform. In 2018 the company had sold an estimated £125 million of used goods, mainly through Amazon and eBay.

Theseis
                                               

Theseis

Theseis was a third-person action-adventure video game developed by Greek indie development team Track7 Games. Development began in 2004, and the game was planned for release on the Xbox 360 and PC in early 2008. The game would be set in modern-day Athens and star a duo of paranormal investigators caught between mundane and supernatural worlds. The game would have featured a cast of characters from Greek mythology, while the plot would have players follow clues in search of a long-lost ancient artifact that could spell disaster for the entire human race. Despite garnering a lot of interest by both local and international media, Theseis languished in development hell for almost half a decade, before being unceremoniously cancelled in August 2009 due to a shortage in funds.

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