July 24th, 2016

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saske terganzu
baljutsi: Animalia
xadytaijutsi: Chordata
klejutsi: Mammalia
vipklejutsi: Marsupialia
grijutsi: Diprotodontia
lazyjutsi: Macropodidae
jijyjutsi: Macropus
Macropus rufus
Macropus giganteus
Macropus fuliginosus

lo kanguru cu claseljma je sralo ke se relcrade'i daskymabru la'o ly. Macropus .ly .i lo kanguru na'o plipe gi'e ka'e cadzu fi vo tuple .e lo rebla .i loi rixtuple cu na'o kansi'u .iku'i loi rixtuple be lo limna cu dutsi'u

ni'o zo kanguru fu'ivla fo zoi zoi gangurru zoi lo bangrjimidiri .i de'i li 1770-08-04 la djeimyz.kuk. rejgau fi lo pruzvati ke sralo bangu valsi .i dy. viska lo nalterju'o danlu gi'e teryrei fi lu ti mo? li'u .i da dafsku zo kanguru .ibazabo de jajgau loi sralo bangu valsi .i lo drata cu valsi lo kanguru .i de sruma le du'u zoi zoi kanguru zoi se smuni lu mi na djuno li'u .a zo ki'a .iku'ibazabo facki lo du'u zoi zoi gangurru zoi valsi lo kanguru be di be'o .enai lo kanguru be rodi be'o lo bangrjimidiri noi diklo le stuzi poi la kuk. tolcliva

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ni'o le purdi cu larcu le rinka spati banro tezu'e le finti be le melbi vanbi .i le zdani purdi cu cafne fasnu tu'i le stuzi no'u le purdi .i le purdi cu fadni stuzi le dertu sefta tu'i le jibni be le zdani ku gi'e rirci stuzi le zdani drudi .a le nenri dinju ke barda je kalri canlu ke'e .a le balni .a le canko tanxe .a le bartu je lamji zdani sefta

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Yōkai (妖怪?, ghost, phantom, strange apparition) are a class of supernatural monsters, spirits and demons in Japanese folklore. The word yōkai is made up of the kanji for "bewitching; attractive; calamity;" and "spectre; apparition; mystery; suspicious".[1] They can also be called ayakashi (妖?), mononoke (物の怪?), or mamono (魔物?). Yōkai range eclectically from the malevolent to the mischievous, or occasionally bring good fortune to those who encounter them. Often they possess animal features (such as the Kappa, which is similar to a turtle, or the Tengu which has wings), other times they can appear mostly human, some look like inanimate objects and others have no discernible shape. Yōkai usually have a spiritual supernatural power, with shapeshifting being one of the most common. Yōkai that have the ability to shapeshift are called obake.

Japanese folklorists and historians use yōkai as "supernatural or unaccountable phenomena to their informants". In the Edo period, many artists, such as Toriyama Sekien, created yōkai inspired by folklore or their own ideas, and in the present, several yōkai created by them (e.g. Kameosa and Amikiri, see below) are wrongly considered as being of legendary origin.[2]


There are a wide variety of yōkai in Japanese folklore. In general, yōkai is a broad term, and can be used to encompass virtually all monsters and supernatural beings, even including creatures from European folklore on occasion.


Ukiyo-e print of yōkai, by Kawanabe Kyōsai
Many indigenous Japanese animals are thought to have magical qualities. Most of these are henge (変化?), which are shapeshifters (o-bake, bake-mono[3]) that often appear in human form, mostly women. Some of the better known animal yōkai include the following:

Tanuki (raccoon dogs)
Kitsune (foxes)
Hebi (snakes)
Mujina (badgers)
Bakeneko (cats)
Tsuchigumo and jorōgumo (spiders)
Inugami (dogs)


One of the most well-known aspects of Japanese folklore is the oni, which has traits of demons and ogres, usually depicted with red, blue, brown or black skin, two horns on its head, a wide mouth filled with fangs, and wearing nothing but a tigerskin loincloth. It often carries an iron kanabo or a giant sword. Oni are depicted as evil.


A goblin from Japanese mythology that has several supernatural powers and skills in martial arts, the tengu were originally extremely dangerous demons and enemies of Buddhism. Over centuries, their behavior changed from spirits of the damned to active defenders of Dharma.


Tsukumogami are an entire class of yōkai and obake, comprising ordinary household items that have come to life on the one-hundredth anniversary of their birthday. This virtually unlimited classification includes:

Bakezōri (straw sandals)
Biwa-bokuboku (a lute)
Burabura (a paper lantern)
Karakasa (old umbrellas)
Kameosa (old sake jars)
Morinji-no-kama (tea kettles)
Mokumokuren (paper screens with eyes)

Human transformations

Ukiyo-e print of yōkai, by Kawanabe Kyōsai

"Various Yokai Flying out of Wicker Clothes Hamper" from the "Omoi Tsuzura" (おもゐつづら), Yoshitoshi
There are a large number of yōkai who were originally ordinary human beings, transformed into something horrific and grotesque usually during an extremely emotional state. Women suffering from intense jealousy, for example, were thought to transform into the female oni represented by hannya masks.[4] Other examples of human transformations or humanoid yōkai are:

Rokuro-kubi (humans able to elongate their necks during the night)
Ohaguro-bettari (a figure, usually female, that turns to reveal a face with only a blackened mouth)
Futakuchi-onna (a woman with a voracious extra mouth on the back of her head)
Dorotabō (the risen corpse of a farmer, who haunts his abused land)
Other Edit
Some yōkai are extremely specific in their habits, for instance:

Azukiarai (a yōkai who is always found washing azuki beans)
Akaname (only found in dirty bathrooms and spends its time licking the filth left by the untidy owners)
Ashiarai Yashiki (A gargantuan foot that appears in rooms and demands the terrified home owner wash it)
Tofu Kozo (a small monk who carries a plate with a block of tofu)

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Gerald Feinberg

Gerald Feinberg (27 May 1933, New York City – 21 April 1992, New York City) was a Columbia University physicist, futurist and populist author. He spent a year as a Member of the Institute for Advanced Study, and two years at the Brookhaven Laboratories.[1]


He coined the term tachyon for hypothetical faster-than-light particles and analysed their quantum field properties,[2] predicted the existence of the muon neutrino[3] and advocated cryonics as a public service.[4] He was a member of the Foresight Institute's advisory panel.[5]


Feinberg wrote a foreword to Edgar Mitchell's book Psychic Explorations (1974) in which he endorsed psychic phenomena. His concept of a tachyon, a theoretical particle that travels faster than the speed of light has been advocated by some parapsychologists who claim that it could explain precognition or psychokinesis. However, there is no scientific evidence tachyon particles exist and such paranormal claims have been described as pseudoscientific.[6][7]



Cosmological Constants (with co-editor Jeremy Bernstein, 1986). ISBN 978-0-231-06376-0
Solid Clues: Quantum Physics, Molecular Biology, and the Future of Science, Simon & Schuster, 1985. ISBN 0-434-26200-5
Life Beyond Earth: The Intelligent Earthling's Guide to Extraterrestrial Life (with Robert Shapiro), Morrow, 1980. ISBN 0-688-08642-X
What is the world made of? : Atoms, leptons, quarks, and other tantalizing particles, Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1977. ISBN 0-385-07694-0 & ISBN 0-385-07693-2
Consequences of Growth: The Prospects for a Limitless Future, Seabury Press, New York, 1977. ISBN 0-8164-9326-X Review
The Prometheus Project, Mankind's Search for Long-Range Goals, Anchor Books, 1969. ISBN 0-385-03613-2


G. Feinberg, Shaughan Lavine, D.Z. Albert (1992). "Knowledge of the Past and Future". Journal of Philosophy 89: 607–642. doi:10.2307/2940898.
G. Feinberg; D.Z. Albert; S. Lavine (1989). "Two types of prediction in Newtonian and quantum mechanics". Physics Letters A 138: 454–458. Bibcode:1989PhLA..138..454F. doi:10.1016/0375-9601(89)90743-3.
G. Feinberg (1967). "Possibility of Faster-Than-Light Particles". Physical Review 159: 1089–1105. Bibcode:1967PhRv..159.1089F. doi:10.1103/PhysRev.159.1089.
G. Feinberg (1966). "Physics and Life Prolongation". Physics Today 19 (11): 45. Bibcode:1966PhT....19k..45F. doi:10.1063/1.3047814.
G. Feinberg (1966). "Physics and the Thales Problem". Journal of Philosophy 63 (1): 5–16. doi:10.2307/2024523.


1.^ "Gerald Feinberg, 58, Physicist; Taught at Columbia University". Retrieved 2015-03-28.
2.^ G. Feinberg (1967). "Possibility of Faster-Than-Light Particles". Physical Review 159: 1089–1105. Bibcode:1967PhRv..159.1089F. doi:10.1103/PhysRev.159.1089.
3.^ M. Schwartz (1992). Nobel Lectures. World Scientific. p. 469.
4.^ G. Feinberg (1966). "Physics and Life Prolongation". Physics Today 19 (11): 45. Bibcode:1966PhT....19k..45F. doi:10.1063/1.3047814.
5.^ D. Shafer (1990). "Feinberg Anxious for Policy Discussions". Foresight Update 9: 1.
6.^ Rothman, Milton (September 1994). "Tachyons and Other Nonentities". Skeptical Inquirer (Committee for Skeptical Inquiry) 4.3. Retrieved 2014-03-16.
7.^ Carroll, Robert Todd. (2003). The Skeptic's Dictionary: A Collection of Strange Beliefs, Amusing Deceptions, and Dangerous Delusions. Wiley. pp. 370-371. ISBN 0-471-27242-6

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Edo Period

The Edo period (江戸時代 Edo jidai?) or Tokugawa period (徳川時代 Tokugawa jidai?) is the period between 1603 and 1868 in the history of Japan, when Japanese society was under the rule of the Tokugawa shogunate and the country's 300 regional daimyo. The period was characterized by economic growth, strict social order, isolationist foreign policies, a stable population, popular enjoyment of arts and culture, recycling of materials, and sustainable forest management. It was a sustainable and self-sufficient society which was based on the principles of complete utilization of finite resources.[1] The shogunate was officially established in Edo on March 24, 1603, by Tokugawa Ieyasu. The period came to an end with the Meiji Restoration on May 3, 1868, after the fall of Edo.

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Meiji Restoration

The Meiji Restoration (明治維新 Meiji Ishin?), also known as the Meiji Ishin, Renovation, Revolution, Reform, or Renewal, was a chain of events that restored practical imperial rule to Japan in 1868 under Emperor Meiji. Although there were Emperors before the Meiji Restoration, the events restored practical abilities and consolidated the political system under the Emperor of Japan.

The goals of the restored government were expressed by the new emperor in the Charter Oath. The Restoration led to enormous changes in Japan's political and social structure, and spanned both the late Edo period (often called the Late Tokugawa shogunate) and the beginning of the Meiji period. The period spanned from 1868 to 1912 and was responsible for the emergence of Japan as a modernized nation in the early twentieth century.

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lo cirla goi ko'a cu sligu cidja .i ko'a jdari jonai ranti .i ko'a cu te pruce lo ladru lo pu'u jmina lo cirlyzmase gi'e vimcu lo djacu vo'e .ibabo so'i cirla cu te ba'onru'e fu lo jurme .a lo mledi .i lacri lo dujyca'a lo nu ko'a xamgu lo ka citka ce'u

ni'o ko'a traji lo ka mixre lo lanbi joi lo grasu .i ji'a ko'a mixre lo bogjinme joi lo sackycmu joi lo abumoi mivytcuxu'i

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Ang Shinto o Shintō (神道) ay ang katutubong relihiyon ng Hapon at dating naging relihiyon ng estado. Ito ay kinapalolooban ng pagsamba sa Kami (神), o mga diyos. Ang ibang Kami ay lokal at maaaring ang mga espiritu o ang henyo ng isang partikular na lugar, ngunit ang iba ay nagpapakita ng mas malaking bagay na natural at proseso: halimbawa, Amaterasu-ōmikami ang diyosa ng araw, o ang Bundok Fuji. Ang Shinto ay isang sistemang may paniniwalang Animistiko. Ang salitang Shinto ay nagmula sa salitang Tsinong Shén Dào na ang kahulugan ay daan ng mga diyos: "神" (Shin) na ang kahulugan ay mga diyos at espiritu (kung babasahin ito nang mag-isa, ito ay binibigkas bilang "kami") at "道" (tō), na ang kahulugan ay isang paraang pilosopikal (tulad ng panulat ng mga Intsik na sa salitang Dào). Sa madaling salita, ang Shinto ay kadalasang sinasalalin bilang "Ang Paraan ng mga Diyos."

Pagkatapos ng Ikalawang Digmaang Pandaigdig, ang katayuan ng Shinto bilang relihiyon ng estado ng Hapon ay nawala; ang mga kasanayan at pangaral, na minsang naging prominente noong kasagsagan ng digmaan, ay hindi na itinuturo at sinasanay sa ngayon, at ang iba naman ay makikita na lamang sa mga gawaing tulad ng o-mikuji (おみくじ, isang uri ng panghuhula) at sa Bagong Taon ng mga Hapones[kailangan ng sanggunian] o kaya sa kasal.

Ang ichirei shikon (一霊四魂) ang isang tema ng Shinto. Sa isang tao ay "isang espiritu at apat na kaluluwa." Bawat isa ng mga limang ito ay may sariling pungksiyon sa tao.

Sa kamatayan ng tao, may ilang posibleng destinasyon: sa malayong kabila ng karagatan na may buhay-bata, sa di kitang mundong astral, sa mundo-ilalim, o kaya sa kabundukan para magguwardiya ng buhay pang pamilya.

Sa Shinto, ang paniwala ay may posibilidad na ang tao ay maging kami. Marami ang kami at kung tawagin minsan ay kamigami. Kung minsan, ang tawag ng mga Hapones sa Diyos ay Kami-sama.

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N-ro 627 - Gazetaraj Komunikoj de UEA

Gazetaraj Komunikoj de UEA
N-ro 627


La 101-a Universala Kongreso de Esperanto en Nitro estis inaŭgurita dimanĉon, la 24-an de julio.

En la inaŭguro ĉeestis pli ol 20 honoraj gastoj, el kiuj Štefan Rozkopál kaj Ján Figel' parolis surpodie plene en Esperanto.

Kun forta aplaŭdo oni akceptis la vortojn de Peter Baláž, prezidanto de LKK, la festparoladon de la Prezidanto de UEA, Mark Fettes kaj la tri novajn Honorajn Membrojn de UEA.

Tiuj, kiuj ne havis la eblon surloke tion fari, povis ĝui la inaŭguron ankaŭ tra rekta elsendo.

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Katarismo estis mezepoka kristana kredo, kiu floris en la suda Francio en la 12-a jarcento. Ĝia plej furora branĉo estis albigensismo.

La nomo

La adjektivo "katara" devenas el greka vorto, katharos, kiu signifas "pura". La Kataroj neniam uzis tiun nomon, sed tutsimple nomis sin mem la "bonaj homoj" aŭ "bonaj kristanoj" (okcitanlingve, bons òmes aŭ bons crestians, ĉar la plejparto el ili vivis en Langvedoko, kie oni parolis, kaj ankoraŭ parte parolas, tiun lingvon).

La kredoj

Ili kredis, ke Jesuo estas Filo sole de Dio. Ili havis geajn pastrojn. La virinoj estis konsiderataj egalaj al la viroj antaŭ Dio kaj povis esti pastrinoj, prediki, kaj pardoni pekojn de gekredantoj. La pastroj faris voton vivi laŭ la Vero, i.a. manĝi nek viandon, nek ovojn, nek lakton, vivi ĉaste, nenion individue posedi.

Ili rigardis la Roman eklezion nevera kristana eklezio. Interalie ili ne akceptis la Papon, nek Virgulinon Maria kiel Dipatrinon. Ili kredis, ke Jesuo ne naskiĝis kiel homo, ke li estas nur spirito. Ili ne akceptis la ritojn de la Roma eklezio.

Ili estis pacamantoj kaj rifuzis perforton.

La Roma eklezio komencis brulmortigi ilin ekde la jaro 1022 kaj daŭrigis 300 jarojn brulmortigante milojn da Kataroj, ĉar ili ne akceptis alian ol sian kredon vera.


Multaj kataroj postvivis la krucmiliton, sed neniam plu reorganiziĝis kiel grupo. La ideoj de katarismo restis popularaj kaj reaperis en kelkaj herezoj aperitaj en la nordo de Italio kaj la sudo de Francio. Kelkaj el ili iĝis folkloraj kaj postvivis en popola religia sento kaj nerekte influis, ekzemple Spiritismon.

Ellen G. White, komencantino de adventismo, rigardis katarojn kiel antaŭloj de protestantismo kaj, ne rekte, de adventistoj, kvankam iliaj kredoj ŝajnas tro malsamaj al tiuj de adventistoj.


Anne Brenon:
Les Archipels Cathares
Les Femmes Cathares.
Rene Weis:
The Yellow Cross: The Story of the Last Cathars 1290-1329
Stephen O'Shea:
The Perfect Heresy: The Revolutionary Life and Death of the Medieval Cathars
Zoe Oldenbourg:
Massacre at Montsegur: A History of the Albigensian Crusade
Philippe Contal:
En Esperanto Redakti
André Cherpillod
Katarismo kaj naskiĝo de Inkvizicio
De mazdaismo ĝis katarismo: la "dualismaj" religioj / Du mazdéisme au catharisme: les religions "dualistes"
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Catharism (/ˈkæθərɪzəm/; from the Greek: καθαροί, katharoi, "the pure [ones]")[2][3] was a Christian dualist or Gnostic revival[4] movement that thrived in some areas of Southern Europe, particularly northern Italy and southern France, between the 12th and 14th centuries. Cathar beliefs varied between communities, because Catharism was initially taught by ascetic priests, who had set few guidelines. The Catholic Church denounced its practices including the 'Consolamentum' ritual, by which Cathar individuals were baptized and raised to the status of 'perfect'.[5]

Catharism had its roots in the Paulician movement in Armenia and eastern Byzantine Anatolia and the Bogomils of the First Bulgarian Empire,[6] who were influenced by the Paulicians resettled in Thrace (Philipopolis) by the Byzantines. Though the term "Cathar" (/ˈkæθɑːr/) has been used for centuries to identify the movement, whether the movement identified itself with this name is debatable.[7] In Cathar texts, the terms "Good Men" (Bons Hommes) or "Good Christians" are the common terms of self-identification.[8] The idea of two Gods or principles, one being good and the other evil, was central to Cathar beliefs. The good God was the God of the New Testament and the creator of the spiritual realm, contrasted with the evil Old Testament God—the creator of the physical world whom many Cathars, and particularly their persecutors, identified as Satan. All visible matter, including the human body, was created by this evil god; it was therefore tainted with sin. This was the antithesis to the monotheistic Catholic Church, whose fundamental principle was that there was only one God, who created all things visible and invisible.[9] Cathars thought human spirits were the genderless spirits of angels trapped within the physical creation of the evil god, cursed to be reincarnated until the Cathar faithful achieved salvation through a ritual called the consolamentum.[10]

From the beginning of his reign, Pope Innocent III attempted to end Catharism by sending missionaries and by persuading the local authorities to act against them. In 1208 Innocent's papal legate Pierre de Castelnau was murdered while returning to Rome after excommunicating Count Raymond VI of Toulouse, who, in his view, was too lenient with the Cathars.[11] Pope Innocent III then abandoned the option of sending Catholic missionaries and jurists, declared Pierre de Castelnau a martyr and launched the Albigensian Crusade.[11][12]

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me la napoleon nunjamna

ni'o le me la napoleon nunjamna goi ko'a cu nunjamna porsi ca'o le nu la napoleon turni le fasygu'e .i ko'a cu ralju binxo lo ropno jenmi je cecla .e lo bilni ciste gi'e traji lo ka barda fo lo purci nunjamna ki'u lo cabna barda be le ka klani prenu be'o bapli bilni seftu .i lo fasygu'e cu sutra zenba le ka bilni vlipa zu'u lo du'u lo fraso jenmi cu snada gunta so'e lo rontu'a kei gi'e sutra vlipa daspo seki'u lo daspo gunta be lo rukygu'e .ije lo pe la napoleon. sornatmi bilni traji turni cu cirko turni jitro

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ni'o lo fasygu'e goi ko'a no'u la'o fy. république française fy. cu stici ropno gugde fi'o djacu lamji lo me la mijytu'a xamsi .e lo brito xamsi naxle .e lo berti xamsi .e lo me la rain. rirxe .e lo me la .atlantik. braxamsi .i le nu lo faspre cu skicu lo fasygu'e fo le xavmlatai kei selrinka le za'i tutra tarmi

ni'o lo fasygu'e cu gugde lamji la gugdrbelgi .e la letseberg .e le dotygu'e .e la elvet. .e lo bakygu'e .e la manakos. .e la .andoras. .e le sangu'e

ni'o la paris lo fasygu'e trutca gi'e raltca

ni'o ko'a cu rolka'itrusi'o fi'o ganzu pa le jorne catni .i ko'a cu mutce farvi gugde gi'e mumoi traji le ka rupnu ciste fo lo terdi gugde de'i lo 2005moi .i ko'a cu cusku le du'u ralju sidbo kei fo lo papri tugni no'u lu remna je gugde bo cmima flalu bo kakne gubni bo cusku li'u .i ko'a cu krasi cmima lo ropno jorne .e lo natmi jorne gi'e traji lo ka tutra fo lo ropno jorne .i ko'a cu cmima pa lo mu stodi natmi jorne snura catni .e pa lo bi gubni tugni ratni vlipa gugde

ni'o lo faspre cu selbangu lo fasybau

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Madrid esse le capital de Espania, e de su proprie communitate autonomic, le Communitate de Madrid. Esse le citate plus populate e plus grande in le nation. In le union europee, esse le tertie plus populate (post que London e Berlin), le tertie plus grande (post que Paris e London), e le quarte plus ric (post que London, Paris, e Moscova).

Madrid esse le capital constitutional de Espania[1]. Esse le sito del sedes del governamento, incluse le Cortes Generales e le Palacio Real de Madrid.

Madrid esseva construite sur le sito de un forte (more) appellate Magerit, le sito esseva ellegite como capital e sede del monarchia espaniol per Felipe II in 1561, reimplaciante a Toledo. Il ha duo vices in que Madrid non esseva le capital. De 1601 usque a 1606, le capital passava temporalmente al citate de Valladolid; in le Guerra Civil Espaniol, le governamento se saliva prime a Valencia e secunde a Barcelona.

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Union Europee

Le Union Europee es un confederation de 28 statos que ha inter se relationes special economic e politic de cooperation e de integration. Le radice del Union presente es le Communitate Europee de Carbon e Aciero (CECA), create in 1950, e le Communitate Economic Europee, create in 1957.

Le relationes special economic se funda super le libertate de transito de mercantias, de travaliatores e de capital, assi como in le establimento de un moneta commun (le euro) pro 15 del statos (que forma le si-nominate Eurozona).

Le special relationes politic se traduce in le establimento de un Ordinamento Juridic, superior al legislationes national, e in le existentia e functionamento de su proprie organismos politic e de institutiones superior a illos del statos-membros.

Le Union Europee, e antea le Communitates, promove le integration continental per politica commun que include distincte ambitos de actuation, in su origine essentialmente economic e progressivemente expandite a ambitos indubitabilemente politic. Pro complir le scopos commun, le statos del Union se attribue a iste determinate competentias, facente un soveranitate in commun o compartite que se extende per le canales communitari.

Le UE ha differente typos de organs le plus imnportante: institution del Union Europee

Le Union conta anque con altere organos, instantias e organismos de functiones a ttributiones diverse, como le Committee Economic e Social, le Committee del Regiones, le Defensor del Populo Europee, le lte Representante del Union pro Affaires Exterior e Politica de Securitate inter alteres.

Le territorio del Union comprende le de tote su statos.

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N-ro 625 - Gazetaraj Komunikoj de UEA

Gazetaraj Komunikoj de UEA
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La 101-a UK estos speciala en pluraj aspektoj, unu el ili estas la eblo sekvi kelkajn el la programeroj ankaŭ ne-ĉeeste.

Unuafoje en la historio de la UK-oj okazos rektaj vivaj retaj elsendoj de pluraj programeroj - kaj de la solenaj malfermo kaj fermo, kaj de la komitatkunsidoj, prelegoj, koncertoj. Ĉiutage estos elsendita iu el la programeroj, kelkfoje eĉ pluraj tage. La listo de tiuj programeroj kun precizaj tempoj kaj reta ligilo por povi spekti ilin troveblas en la retejo: http://www.nitra2016.sk .

Se vi jam pro ajna kialo ne povis veni al la UK ĉi-jare, partoprenu almenaŭ parton de ties programo per tia ĉi reta viva elsendo!