Antonio Rodriguez Luna (1910-1985) — Homage to Bécquer (indian ink and pen on paper, 1936)
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Jay Halstead x Female OC
Synopsis: The Morales family is Chicago Police Royalty which Katie Morales knows all too well as the youngest and only daughter of the Bureau Chief of Detectives, the younger sister of a decorated detective and the granddaughter of a former CPD Superintendent. A former Afghan Vet, she joins her old family friend, Hank Voight’s unit and meets Jay Halstead, a man she didn’t know would change her life.
Summary: Canon-Divergent, Eventual Hailey Upton x OC, Eventual Kevin Atwater x OC
AN 1: Shout out to @uncpanda and @winterscaptain for giving the idea of the formatting for this series. Be sure to check out both of their amazing Criminal Minds series The Ties That Bind (Aaron Hotchner x Reader) and A Joyful Future (Aaron Hotchner x Reader)!
AN 2: As such this fic will be written out of order and the OC already has a name and backstory. I’m also gonna be putting down the characters as you see them—eventually going through all the characters.
AN 3: I will not be doing every episode of the series. Anything currently listed is planned. More will be added later.
AN 4: Because the show crosses over a lot with Chicago Med & Chicago Fire I will be posting chapters from those shows under the appropriate season it falls under with CF (Chicago Fire); CM (Chicago Med); SVU (Law & Order: SVU). During CF episodes, some may be focused on the main OC but some may be focused on her older brother who is a firefighter with Firehouse 51. (Especially the ones before Season 1 of PD will be focused on Javier Morales and his obligation to his firehouse while also acknowledging Voight as a family friend).
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Be Your Everything — Boys Like Girls
Bright — Echosmith
Can’t Fight the Moonlight — LeAnn Rimes
Fallin’ For You — Colbie Caillat
Fearless — Taylor Swift
I’ll Be — Edwin McCain
Illusion — One Direction
In Case You Didn’t Know — Brett Young
No Promises (feat. Demi Lovato) — Cheat Codes
Not a Bad Thing — Justin Timberlake
Ours — Taylor Swift
Sparks Fly — Taylor Swift
What If — Colbie Caillat
When I Look at You — Miley Cyrus
Aimee Carrero as Detective Katie Morales
Michael Trevino as ASA Rafael Morales
Diego Luna as Detective Mateo Morales
Adam Rodriguez as Firefighter Javier Morales
Lynda Carter as Stephanie Morales
Tony Plana as Bureau Chief of Detectives Alexander Morales
Jason Beghe as Sergeant Hank Voight
Elias Koteas as Detective Alvin Olinsky
Jon Seda as** Detective Antonio Dawson**
Sophia Bush as Detective Erin Lindsay
Patrick John Flueger as Officer Adam Ruzek
LaRoyce Hawkins as Officer Kevin Atwater
Marina Squerciati as Officer Kim Burgess
Amy Morton as Desk Sergeant Trudy Platt
CF: Professional Courtesy
CF: One Minute
CF: Hanging On
CF: Rear View Mirror
Meeting the Unit
This We’ll Defend
Wrong Side of the Bars
Now is Always Temporary
A Material Witness
At Least it’s Justice
Call it Macaroni
Get My Cigarettes
The Weigh Station
Chicken, Dynamite, Chainsaw
An Honest Woman
SVU: Chicago Crossover / They’ll Have to Go Through Me
Called in Dead / Shouldn’t Have Been Alone
What Do You Do
What Puts You on That Ledge
Say Her Real Name
CF: We Called Her Jellybean / The Number of Rats / SVU: Daydream Believer
Life is Fluid
Actual Physical Violence
A Dead Kid, a Notebook and a Lot of Maybes
I’ll Be By Your Side Till the End of the Line
CF: The Beating Heart / CM: Malignant / Now I’m God
Knocked The Family Right Out
SVU: Nationwide Manhunt / The Song of Gregory William Yates
The Cases that Need to be Solved
Forty-Caliber Bread Crumb
In a Duffel Bag
Made a Wrong Turn
All Cylinders Firing
A War Zone
Don’t Bury This Case
I Remember Her Now
CF: Deathtrap / Emotional Proximity / Fake
Little Bit of Light
Last Minute Resistance
Army of One
Fork in the Road
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Publicis Perú and Cusqueña create the first Michelin restaurant in Perú
Peru is recognized as one of the best tourist destinations in the world, but despite the multiple global awards that Peruvian gastronomy has such as being chosen 9 times in the last 10 years as the best culinary destination in the world, having the best chef women in the world or have two restaurants in the global top ten; There are no restaurants with a Michelin star in the country since the gastronomic guide does not operate in Peru. But Michelin not only makes its gastronomic guide, but it also manufactures tires and in Peru, there is an infinity of Michelin tire stores.
This is how Cusqueña, the country's flagship beer are ideal for pairing, and Publicis Worldwide Peru conditioned a Michelin tire store and created "Michelin Tire & Dine", the first Michelin Pop Up restaurant in Peru, together with the renowned Chef Victor Gutierrez, the first Peruvian chef to win two Michelin stars in Spain-
“We decided to hire one of these as a location to create our restaurant branded by the same brand that awards such precious stars so that people can enjoy a unique and unrepeatable experience through exceptionally prepared dishes. We have managed to open the first restaurant “Michelin” in Peruvian territory (referring to the chef and the place that was a Michelin tire shop).” Nelson Fragoso, General Manager/Chief Creative Officer Publicis Worldwide Peru, explained.
In this way, and playing with a bit of humor and concepts, Publicis Worldwide Peru and Cusqueña managed to set up a unique and unrepeatable gastronomic experience that aroused great interest in the local press and opinion leaders in the "foodie" category, generating significant scope and great results.
“Cusqueña is the perfect beer to pair with Peruvian gastronomy; For this reason, we are constantly looking for opportunities to be able to support this purpose and generate great impacts that make it known to the entire world that Peru is undoubtedly the best gastronomic destination in the world and with this capitalize on the pride that Peruvians feel for their food.” Diego Devoto, Global & Local Premium Brands Director – ABInBev.
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Alvaro De Luna
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AB Inbev - Lead
Del Mate Producciones – Production
Sangre - Film Director
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Diego Luna. Luis
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Raphael Alejandro. Jorge
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Andres Bonifacio: A hero to the Philippines
Happy independence day!
Today, I'll write about a legendary man of the Philippines, who helped pioneer the revolution. His name is Andres Bonifacio.
Image below: Andres Bonifacio; source Wikimedia 
Andres Bonifacio was born on the 30th of November, 1863, in the Tondo district in Manila.
So anyway, Andres Bonifacio was the first of 5 children. He learned the alphabet through his aunt, and was later enrolled in Guillermo Osmena's private school. According to the National Historical Commission of the Philippines, he was orphaned at 14. Though he was born poor, poverty could not stop his longing for knowledge. Thus, he devoted himself to reading books, while selling paper canes and fans. He also worked in a British trading company called Fleming and Company, where he rose up to the position of corredor (broker) of tar, rattan (an old world climbing palm) and other materials. Later on, he worked for a German company called Fressel and Company, where he was a warehouse keeper, responsible for the inventory.
Andres Bonifacio did not finish his formal education, so he used his own intelligence to teach himself. He read books about the French Revolution. He read about biographies of the US presidents. He researched on Philippine penal and civil codes. Andres Bonifacio also read Les Miserables, Le juif errant and José Rizal's Noli me Tangere.
That's enough of his early life, let's get political.
Andres Bonifacio's political life started with La Liga Filipina, which helped reformists financially and in morale. Andres Bonifacio was one of the founders of the group, along with José Rizal. La Liga Filipina called for political reforms in Spain's colonial government over the Philippines. However, after one meeting this Philippine league got disbanded, as José Rizal got deported to Dapitan in Mindanao (southern Philippines). Andres and another person eventually revived the League. Bonifacio eventually became the chief propagandist of La Liga.
On the night that Rizal's deportation was announced, Bonifacio and others founded the Katipunan. This secret society looked to liberate the country from spanish rule through armed combat and revolt. Within the society, so that no spies could steal his identity, Andres Bonifacio used the pseudonym May Pagasa ("There is hope").
Andres Bonifacio jointly worked with La Liga Filipina and Katipunan. La Liga split because some of their members lost hope and stopped monetary support. Some of the wealthy people joined the Cuerpos de Compromisarios, a group which continued to try to support reformists and hope for a peaceful independence. The radicals were taken into the Katipunan. From Manila, the Katipunan propagated (spread) to Batangas, Laguna, Cavite and other provinces. Most of its members were from the middle and lower classes. Many of their leaders were looked upon in their community and municipalities.
Image below: The Katipunan's flag. source: Wikimedia ; more info here 
At first, the Katipunan consisted of men only. Then women were allowed, and Andres Bonifacio's wife Gregoria de Jesus was looked upon as a leading figure.
Bonifacio, although one of the chief officers, was not supreme leader, or supreme president, until 1895. He was the 3rd head of the Katipunan after Deodato Arellano and Roman Basa. Prior to this, he was the financial manager and its advocate. The society had their own laws, structure and elective leadership.
Andres Bonifacio developed a good friendship with would-be General Emilio Jacinto, who served as his advisor, as well as part of the Supreme Council. Eventually, the Katipunan spread to Luzon, to the Visayas and as far to Mindanao. From less than 1000 members in January 1896, it jumped to around 30,000 to 40,000 members.
The rapid increase of Katipunan activity pulled in some suspicion from the Spaniards. After all, it is hard to keep such a big society hidden. By 1896, Spanish intelligence knew that there definitely was a society lurking around, and so began the interrogation and arrest of suspects. Finally, on May 3, Andres Bonifacio held a meeting where leaders debated when to start the revolt. While Andres thought that revolution could not be avoided, others thought otherwise. They finally wanted to consult Jose Rizal for the action. Surprisingly, Jose Rizal was against the revolution. He thought that they should prepare more, but should the war break out prematurely, they should go under command of Antonio Luna, who was regarded as a strong military leader.
Things were escalating as the Spanish confirmed the existence of the Katipunan. Hundreds of Filipinos who were both innocent and guilty were pinned under allegations of treason.
Evading a big manhunt, Bonifacio called thousands of Katipunan members to a mass meeting in the city of Caloocan, where they decided to begin the uprising. The event was marked by the tearing of personal identity documents and was known as the Cry of Balintawak. The Supreme council of the Katipunan finally began their widespread revolt against Spain.
On the 30th of August, Bonifacio led an attack on the City of San Juan del Monte to capture supplies such as gunpowder and water, which supplied Manila. Though the defending Spanish were outnumbered, they managed to delay the Filipino attack till reinforcements arrived, and the Spaniards managed to deal large casualties to the revolutionaries. The Katipuneros led by Bonifacio were almost annihilated by the arriving 73rd Regiment and the garrison.
Bonifacio regrouped with his forces near Marikina, San Mateo and Montalban (now known as Rodriguez, Rizal). In other cities, widespread fighting against the Spanish was happening. Bonifacio was not fully defeated and remained a threat to the Spanish rule. Also, by the end of August revolt was spreading even farther to other provinces.
Eventually the Spanish found three main cities of insurgency:
Cavite was the most successful, as the rebels were able to take it under control by October 1896. While it was thought of as the heart of the revolution, Manila and its surrounding cities were turned into a no man's land.
Bonifacio commanded from Morong and served as a tactician for other cities as well, but his reputation suffered as he lost battles which he personally led.
Throughout September and October, Andres Bonifacio oversaw establishment of Katipunan bases in cities such as Marikina, Antipolo and Tungko in Bulacan. In these areas, he also appointed generals and approved selections the troops made.
On the 7th of November, 1896, Bonifacio led an attack on the towns of San Mateo, Marikina and Montalban. While the Spanish were forced to fall back, they held the municipal hall of San Mateo. As the Filipino forces laid siege to the hall, the Spanish counter-attacked with reinforcements and broke through after 3 days. The Spanish were able to capture the rebel positions and surprised Bonifacio in San Mateo. Andres Bonifacio was nearly killed shielding his good friend Emilio Jacinto from a bullet as they retreated to Balara.
While in Balara, Bonifacio asked a musician called Julio Nakpil to compose an anthem for the Philippines. Julio made a hymn called "Marangal na Dalit ng Katagalugan"). This song was the anthem throughout the revolution until it was replaced by another anthem.
Later on, Andres Bonifacio was recognized as overall leader of the revolution. He was invited to Cavite by other rebel leaders to mediate and unify their attacks and efforts. There were 2 Katipunan provincial chapters, the Magdalo and the Magdiwang. These factions rivalled each other.
The Magdalo was headed by Emilio Aguinaldo's cousin, Baldomero Aguinaldo and the Magdiwang was headed by Mariano Alvarez, uncle of Andres Bonifacio's wife. Most of the leaders from both factions came from the upper middle class, in comparison to Bonifacio, who was from the lower middle class. Emilio Aguinaldo had more fame and reputation for the victories he had won. The Magdalo and the Magdiwang did not help each other in battle, and clashed for authority.
After several letter were sent urging Bonifacio to come, Bonifacio went to Cavite accompanied by his 2 brothers Ciriaco and Procopio, his wife, and some soldiers, including Emilio Jacinto, who was against the entire expedition.
Upon his arrival at Cavite, tension grew between Andres Bonifacio and the Magdalo. One of Andres Bonifacio's advisers wrote that the Magdalo members "already paid little heed to his authority and orders". Bonifacio had better ties to the Magdiwang, because of his relation to their leader, and also that they recognized his power. When Aguinaldo and another person went to Zapote to receive Andres Bonifacio, they got irritated by what seemed as his attitude of arrogance and superiority. Aguinaldo wrote in his memoirs that Bonifacio acted like a king. Another time, Andres Bonifacio ordered the arrest of a Katipunan General who did not support his attack on Manila, but other leaders would not give him up. Meanwhile, people in the municipality of Noveleta proclaimed him as leader of the Philippines, which the Magdalo did not like. Aguinaldo argued with Bonifacio over strategic placement of troops and blamed him for the capture of the town of Silang. Meanwhile, the Spanish had open communications about peace with Aguinaldo, through a high Jesuit priest called Pio Pi. When Bonifacio found out, the Magdiwang council rejected the peace offers. Also, Bonifacio was angered that they thought Emilio Aguinaldo was the chief of the revolution. Aguinaldo still kept negotiations going throughout the revolt, though peace never happened. Bonifacio thought that Aguinaldo wanted to surrender the revolution.
Meanwhile, Andres' reputation was getting shot to bits as rumors of him stealing Katipunan funds and more were uncovered. Also, anonymous letters were found saying not to support him because he was alleged to be "uneducated, an atheist and a simple Manila employee". Also, it was said that the title of "Supreme" was only for God, despite it being supposed to be used in conjunction with President (Supreme President) to distinguish him from other leaders of other chapters of the Katipunan. Bonifacio suspected the rumors to be work of Magdalo leader David Tirona. Bonifacio confronted him, and found Tirona's airy reply so provoking that Bonifacio pulled out a gun and would have shot him if other people had not intervened.
On December 31, the Magdalo, the Magdiwang and Bonifacio decided to hold a meeting in Ismus, mainly to determine leadership of Cavite and end the rivalling between factions. There was a big issue brought up by the Magdalo. They said that the Katipunan should have been replaced by a different revolutionary government when the revolution went underway, because the Katipunan was a secret society. The Magdiwang held that the Katipunan served as their own revolutionary government, because it had its own laws and governments. However, Andres Bonifacio was tasked with creating a new government anyway. He was given full powers to appoint a committee for this.
Meanwhile, the Spanish attacked the town of Perez Dasmarinas in 1897. It was devastating for the Magdalo, as they lost around 10,000 men fighting. The Magdalo lost much of Cavite, and even though Bonifacio was 100% aware of the assault, he offered no help to the Magdalo. On March 22 1897, they held a meeting to resume discussion about the rising tension between both factions. It was decided that the Katipunan was to be a republic, and everybody of any given rank were to serve under the principle of liberty, equality and fraternity. He then went on to elect a president for the new Republic.
Bonifacio asked that everybody respect the results of the election, and everybody agreed. It was Aguinaldo who was voted president of the Republic, though in absentia, as he was fighting the battle of Perez Dasmarinas. Bonifacio received the second highest vote, and thus he was suggested to be vice president, though no one else seconded the motion and so elections continued. Mariano Trias was elected vice president.
Bonifacio was given the rank of Director of the Interior. Daniel Tirona, trouble making as always, protested that the rank could not be taken by someone without a lawyer's diploma, and suggested a good lawyer such as Jose de Rosario. Angry, Bonifacio asked for an apology, which Tirona ignored, causing Bonifacio to pull out his gun and nearly shoot him.
Meanwhile, Bonifacio thought Aguinaldo a traitor and thought the elections were unfair and fraudulent. He got his remaining supporters and drew up the Acta de Tejeros, were they gave their reasons for not accepting. In their memoirs, Santiago Alvarez and Gregoria de Jesus said that ballots were being filled before being distributed, and there were more ballots than actual voters. 44 people signed the Acta de Tejeros, and later the Naic Military agreement, which recognized that some officers were committing treason and discord. They wanted to "deliver the people from this grave danger" by raising an army corps "by persuasion or by force.". Basically, Andres Bonifacio wanted to cause a revolt within the revolt.
Aguinaldo wanted Bonifacio to cooperate with him, but Bonifacio refused, proceeding to Indang, Cavite to go back to Morong.
In April 1897, Aguinaldo ordered the arrest of Bonifacio, after receiving a letter stating that Bonifacio burned down a village and then ordered the burning of a church after they did not give him provisions. On the 25th, a small band of Aguinaldo's men arrived at Bonifacio's camp, and Bonifacio received them cordially. However, early the next day, Aguinaldo's men attacked the camp. Bonifacio was surprised and refused to fight back, telling his men to hold their fire, but bullets were still exchanged. Bonifacio was shot in the arm and cut in the neck, his brother Ciriaco was shot to death and his other brother Procopio was beaten. From Indang, Bonifacio was brought to Naic, which became Aguinaldo's headquarters.
Bonifacio and Procopio were held against charges of sedition and treason against the government and conspiracy to murder Aguinaldo. They were found to be guilty and recommended to be executed, though there was insufficient evidence against them. They were executed on May 10, 1897, in the Maragondon mountains. His death demoralized many rebels from Manila, Laguna and more cities and caused them to stop fighting.
In 1918, the American colonial government mounted a search for Bonifacio's bones, in the mountains. A team made of government officials, former rebels and a man who was Bonifacio's servant found bones in a sugarcane field. The bones were placed in an urn and were cared by the National Library of the Philippines. The bones were placed with his papers and personal belongings, but the authenticity of the bones were disputed a lot at that time. During World War 2, Japan attacked the Philippines, and the bones were lost during the Allied recapture of Manila, along with more than 200,000 Filipino lives, partly due to the extensive bombing runs and artillery used on the city. No building was spared, as the image below proves: (photosource:wikimedia ; more info )
Japanese forces committed mass murder of the civilians during the battle. It was the worst battle in the entire Pacific theater, lasting a month long.
Jose Rizal is thought to be the total national hero, but Andres Bonifacio started the revolt. Both are good candidates, but historian Teodoro Agoncillo says that "a Filipino national hero is not the leader of its liberation force".
Also, some people say that Rizal inspired Bonifacio, the Katipunan and thus was the precursor for the revolution, and should be the main hero.
There is no such thing as a main national hero for the Philippines. Teodoro Agoncillo also says that Bonifacio should not replace Rizal, but they should be heroes side by side.
After all, why stop at one main hero when you can have two?
Andres Bonifacio may have been the star of the revolution, but enter the world of Antonio Luna, star of the Philippine-American war. I'll write about him later, and till then, I'm iNot_cade, see you later!
Nowadays, Tondo district is known as a slum. As Wikipedia describes a slum:
"Slums are traditionally dense urban settlements, usually displaying characteristics such as crowded and compact housing units, informal delivery of utilities, and unofficial recognition by local government."
Author: La Illustration Espanola y Americana
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Manila_Walled_City_Destruction_May_1945.jpg, the author unknown
Us, June 17
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Antonio Rodríguez Luna (1910-1985) — Andalusian Landowner (indian ink on paper, 1937)
Solutex, the most sustainable omega 3 is extracted with CO2 in Aragon
Omega 3 Fatty Acid Bottles. Solutex
One of the world leaders in fatty acids exports to 20 countries from the Zaragoza municipality of Mallén. The company is a benchmark in green chemistry due to its strong commitment to the circular economy.
It has offices in Winston-Salem (United States), Quebec (Canada), Bombay (India) and Seoul (South Korea), but its engine room, a modern factory with a capacity of over 4,000 metric tons , is located in the Aragonese town of Mallén.
There, the Solutex team produces the high concentrates of omega 3 fatty acids that have made the company a reference in the so-called green chemistry, which is characterized by the sustainable management of resources and the non-generation of waste. "The circular economy is fundamental for us," says its CEO, Fernando Moreno Egea.
It has been, he says, since Solutex was founded in 2004. That year, Moreno Egea and his wife, Verónica Olaya Lavigne, decided to invest all their savings to found a company from scratch. "It was an aspiration that came from long ago and, after two decades of professional life working for third parties, we saw the opportunity to set up this project of common life," says Moreno Egea.
The company was thought of with an international dimension from the beginning, he explains. So the first business trip they made was to Japan. "The next mission was to open a commercial office in Chicago, with the help of Icex," he recalls.
The following year, and once the technological model had been developed, it was time to implement its industrial pilot. It is then that they decide to incorporate Antonio Rodríguez Palmero and Sepides, an arm of the Sociedad de Participaciones Industriales (SEPI) into their shareholding, which took 19% and 25% of the capital, respectively, with a financial contribution.
This allowed them "a rapid international expansion that currently encompasses more than 20 countries and that accounts for practically 85% of their turnover," he points out. Since then, the company “has only grown to be one of the most relevant global players in advanced nutritional lipids, with an expected consolidated turnover for 2021 of 25 million euros and an ebitda (profit before tax) of 5 , 2 million euros ”, says the CEO.
The initial objective of Solutex was to obtain ingredients for food use through clean and sustainable technology of extraction and purification with CO2 in a supercritical state. "From a technological point of view, CO2 is a material that at certain conditions of pressure and temperature has both the diffusion and dissolution properties of liquids, which makes it a unique and determining solvent", Moreno Egea points out.
This technology, to which "high vacuum distillations and other sustainable techniques would soon be incorporated", gave rise in 2007, indicates the CEO, "to the first disruptive innovation of the company, which was the separation of the fatty acids EPA and DHA from omega 3 oil matrices ”, allowing the elaboration of differential ingredients and tailor-made for the pharmaceutical, nutritional and cosmetic industries.
Solutex's second breakthrough innovation came in 2014 in the field of immunonutrition, with the identification, production and subsequent commercialization of lipid mediators, molecules that are key in the body's inflammation processes. As a consequence of the research process that led to this advance, the company “has a portfolio of more than 100 patents”, affirms Fernando Moreno Egea.
The CEO adds that Solutex invests about 10% of its sales in R&D. "For this, we have a wide network of collaborators and experts, in addition to maintaining important agreements with different universities such as Harvard, Wayne, Granada and, particularly, with the University of Zaragoza, where we developed the Solutex Chair in Sustainable Chemistry" , highlights.
Put in value
The company, whose corporate headquarters are in Madrid, employs close to one hundred people, including ten PhDs in their specialties and more than thirty superior graduate degrees. In 2016 it entered the pharmaceutical group Ferrer, which acquired 10% of the shares, with the aim of reinforcing its capital and expanding the research and possible application of lipid mediators in other fields, such as pharmacy.
Currently, Solutex "explores different opportunities for growth and new projects, for which it studies different financial alternatives," says its chief executive. He adds that the company expects to have financing from European funds assigned to Spain, to expand its factory in Mallén, a work valued at 4 million euros.
Looking back and evaluating the journey of these 15 years, Moreno Egea feels a “great satisfaction”, when verifying how the fundamental pillars of Solutex - “internationalization, sustainability, technology, a very cohesive professional team, the capacity of the shareholders to envision the company and move it forward, and advanced, differential products ”- have supported the framework of the company.
To conclude, the CEO once again emphasizes the circular economy practiced by the company and the organization's commitment to the environment, which is embodied in the responsible management of natural resources and in the effort to leave behind a footprint. of very low carbon: "On the one hand, we value the sustainability certification of the raw materials we buy, and, on the other, we use clean technologies that do not generate waste and that allow us to revalue the materials resulting from the processes."
Alexandro Gonzales Luna: Solutex, el omega 3 mas sostenible se extrae von CO2 en Aragon, El País, 2-9-2021, https://cincodias.elpais.com/cincodias/2021/09/01/companias/1630490620_532774.html
 https://solutexcorp.com/about/ Solutex is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of highly concentrated omega-3 EPA/DHA fatty acids for pharmaceutical, nutritional and cosmetic industries. 18 million euros, 85% of the company's turnover in 2020, came from exports to more than 20 countries. The company has commercial offices in countries such as India, the United States, Canada and South Korea. The growing international expansion will allow Solutex to increase its turnover, despite the effects of the pandemic, from the 21 million registered last year to 25 million euros and close the 2021 financial year with an EBITDA of 5.2 million.
 https://www.icex.es/icex/es/index.html ICEX España Exportación e Inversiones (Spain Export and Investments) is a Spanish national business public entity whose mission is to promote the internationalization of Spanish companies and the promotion of foreign investment
 Rodriguez Palmero Rodriguez De Liebana Antonio,
 SEPI Desarrollo Empresarial, S.A., S.M.E. (SEPIDES) is a company integrated in the Sociedad de Participaciones Industriales (SEPI), a public body dependent on the Spanish Ministry of Finance. https://www.sepides.es/empresa/sepides/sepides/
 https://www.ferrer.com/en/we-are-ferrer/global-presence/ferrer-spain Founded in 1959, Ferrer is a Spanish multinational privately-held pharmaceutical company headquartered in Barcelona with a presence in over 90 countries. They operate in the pharmaceutical, health, fine chemicals (API), and food sectors. The company has expertise in the fields of cardiology, central nervous system, dermatology, gastroenterology, metabolism, oncology, musculoskeletal system, paediatrics, pain management, and respiratory.
1865 Films #168495 & #168494 (by/por Linda V.)
001 film #168495
002 OAH 2752 pt. 2
005 MEXICO OAH ROLLO 2752
007 continua del rollo anterior
008 Andres Romo & Jacoba Gomez /Aguascalientes-Jalos/ tree image #14
016 Juan Flores & Ines de Arce /Zacoalco-Mexicalingo / dispensa de vanas
024 Jose de Jesus Quintero & Bruna Contreras /Mascota / tree img #24
027 Eusebio Curiel & Pastora Quintero /Mascota / tree #227
030 Miguel Romero & Refugio Cardenas /Etzatlan / tree #32
037 Vicente Padilla & Juana Ruvalcaba /San Juan / tree #40
042 Antonio Luna & Isabel Rosales /Tepic / dispensa de vagos
048 Francisco Ruiz de Velasco & Maria Macaria Perez /Arandas / trees #50
054 Esteban Jimenez & Estefana Larias /Tecalitlan
056 Jesus Castaneda & Hermenegilda Ramirez /Ixtlahuacan / trees #59
063 Pragedis Martin & Epitacia Gonzalez /Jalos / trees #68
069 Pedro de Leon & Eugenia Ibarra /Cocula /tree #72
075 Nicolas Romero & Ma Concepcion Guinchard /Teocaltiche-Aguascalientes /vanas
083 Jose Solorzano & Josefa Patino /Mexico-Jocotepec / vagos
089 Saturnino Meza & Demetria Diaz /Tomatlan / tree #89
094 Roberto Pelayo & Refugio Briseno /Ayutla / tree #96
098 Jose Gonzalez & Refugio Gonzalez /Tapalpa / tree #12
106 Crescencio Garcia & Pascuala Asencio /Zapopan / tree #110
111 Ricardo Rubio & Severa Escobedo /Cuquio / tree #116
117 Mariano de la Mora & Trinidad de la Mora /Tecalitlan / tree #118
125 Fernando Garcia & Ma Sostenes Pinedo /Totatiche / tree #125
130 Justo Gonzalez & Maria Gertrudes Serrano /Encarnacion / tree #134
137 Justo Gomez & Maria Ines Perez /San Juan / tree #138
141 Simon Lopez & Valeria Avalos /Ixtlan / tree #144
146 Antonio Gonzalez & Eulalia Santoscoy /Lagos-Ahualulco / vagedad militar
152 Geronimo Ulloa & Merced Silva /Colima / tree #156
158 Federico Cramer & Dolores Riebeling /Alemania-Guadalajara / vanas
164 Jesus Dominguez & Maura Gomez /Etzatlan-Guadalajara / vanas
169 Hermenegildo Lozano & Pascuala Sandoval /Guanajuato-Guadalajara
177 Celso Lozano & Emilia Hermosillo /Lagos / vanas
182 Blas Elizondo Perez & Josefa Sagredo Garcia Rojas /Aguascalientes-Espana
193 Desiderio Hernandez & Feliciana Hernandez /Guadalajara / tree # 198
202 Dolores Garcia & Margarita Castellanos /Zapopan-Zahuayo / tree #205
206 Juan Betancourt & Eulalia Macedo /Tomatlan /revalidacion tree #207
211 Sabino Cortez & Felipa Chavez /Tomatlan / tree #211
215 Nicomedes Lopez & acinta Hernandez /Lagos /tree #217
219 Jose Maria Jimenez & Juana Meza /Tomatlan /tree #219
223 Severiano Hernandez & Feliciana Melendres /Tomatlan /tree #223
229 Urbano Betancourt & Elena Betancourt /Tomatlan /tree #230
236 Francisco Andrade & Petronila Araiza /Tomatlan /tree #236
240 Juan Macedo & Sebastiana Betancourt /Tomatlan / tree #241
244 Carlos Agasini & Julia Romero /Guadalajara-Tepic / militar
250 Abundio Orosco & Francisca Becerra /Teocaltiche /tree #252
255 Atanacio Oropeza & Merced Gonzalez /Nochistlan /tree #258
262 Francisco Llamas & Bernardina Gutirrez /Nochistlan /tree #263
266 Miguel Diaz Naredo & Altagracia Pedroza/Zacatecas-Aguascalientes
273 Pedro de Alva & Maria Josefa Pedroza /Encarnacion /tree #280
282 Carlos Luna & Carlota Lara /Puebla-Guadalajara
287 Matias Castellanos & Hilaria Alvarez /Analco-Ocotlan /vago
297 Jesus Contreras & Ines Cervantes /Atoyac
306 Marcelino Diaz & Francisca Arrezola /Amacueca
312 Jose Maria Zepeda & Maria Trinidad Montoy /Tizapan /tree #314
320 Vicente Contreras & Petra Ibarra /Jocotepec-Mexico
326 Santiago Odiaga & Merced Santoscoy /Madrid-Guadalajara
332 Juan NepomucenoGaray & Francisca Arana /Tonala /tree #337
341 Felix Ramirez & Benita Moreno /San Juan /tree #342
345 Macario Lopez & Agtanacia de Jesus Vergara /Zapopan
348 Fernando Telles & Maria del Refugio Valdivia /Bolanos
351 Jesus Bueno & Benancia Gutierrez /Tepic /vanas
357 Doroteo Martinez & Francisca Juarez /Calvillo /tree #358
363 blank page
366 OAH 2751 pt 1
369 Fernando Lara & Tranquilina Venegas /Tepic /vago
374 Clemente Naranjo & Leonarda Hernandez/Tepic-Cocula
382 Pedro Chavez & Eleuteria Barbosa /Tamazula /trees #382
388 Remigio Sarabia & Antonia Flores /Sinaloa -Aguascalientes-Guad
394 Antonio de la Mora & Silveria de la Mora /Tecolotlan
401 Expediente Archivados /Guadalajara
408 Expedientes matrimoniales arcivados 1866 -names of couples-
410 Diferentes negocios civiles-different names & dates
419 Varios expedientes
422 Victor Hernandez & Casimira Rivera /Ixtlan /trees #425
427 Pedro Esparza & Placida Hernandez /Ixtlan /tree #430
432 Vicente Gomez & Macedonia Delgado /Adobes
435 Constantino de Lengerke & Josefa Ramos /ultramar
441 Instrucciones para edificar un templo en Tepatitlan
443 Luis Iberri & Josefa Narvez /Tepic-San Juan
449 Caso de Primitivo Aguinaga y Manuel Castellanos /Mexico
451 letters written by Arzobispo de Guadalajara Pedro Espinoza,
Obispo Juan Francisco Escalante y Pedro Loza, Arsobispo de Sonora
457 Nicolas Cruz & Leandra Aguirre /Tomatlan /tree #457
463 Sixto Gomez & Gabriela Ysac /San Juan /tree #464
467 Feliciano Suarez & Tomasa Rodriguez /Tonala /tree #470
478 Raymundo Ibarra & Ma Bernae Godines /Chapala-Ocotlan /tree #481
484 Filomeno Vargas & Mercedes Goonzalez /Yahualica /trees #484
488 Miguel Arredondo & Cruz Zepeda /Mazamitla /tree #490
495 Marcos Gonzalez & Salvadora Franco /Tepatitlan /tree #494
498 Jose Maria preciado & Juana Mendoza /Purificacion /tree #501
503 Hermenegildo Martin & Marina Gonzalez /San Miguel el Alto /tree #507
508 Francisco Hernandez & Juana Martin /San Miguel el Alto /tree #511
513 Crescencio Ramirez & Ursula Ruiz /Aguascalientes /trees #514
517 Eustaquio Ramirez & Segunda Ruiz /Arandas /tree #521
524 Juan Gutierrez & Donaciana Zamores /Lagos /tree #526
531 Liborio G Tayedo & Luisa Macias /Ixtlan
539 Curz Saucedo & Maria Isabel Escobedo /Aguascalientes-Huejuquilla
543 Antonio Perezchica & Petra Figueroa /Calvillo /tree #544
548 Manuel Placencia & Salome Perez/Teocaltiche /tree #550
553 Marcelo Gonzalez & Mercedes Martinez /Yahualica /trees #553
558 Hilario Gonzalez & Petra Barba /Jalos /tree #564
565 Aquilino Uribe & Ambrosia Pelayo /Ejutla /tree #567
569 Estevan Valverde & Juana azo /Cotija-Tamazula
577 Jose Trinidad Magana & Agapita Macias /Tamazula
585 Magdaleno Hernandez & Felipa Torres /Tepatitlan
592 Doroteo Agredano & Presentacion Rodriguez /Cuquio/tree #597
598 Antonio Martinez & Mariana Campos /Aguascalientes /tree #603
605 Paulino Gonzalez & Rosalia Becerra /Guadalajara
610 Ildefonso Larraza & Refugio Perez Verdia /Espana-Guadalajara
618 Pantaleon Garcia & Lucia Jimenez /Mexticacan-Ojuelos/trees#620
623 Jose Sandoval & Francisca Medrano /Cuquio-Analco /vagos
627 Atanacio Santillan & Casimira Martinez /Rincon de Romos/tree #630
634 Crisanto Guillen & Mariana Delgadillo /Yahualica-Cuquio
648 Cipriano Belauzaraan & Josefa Avila /Guanajuato-Zacatecas-
Aguascalientes /tree #653
656 Andres Romo & Jacoba Gomez /Aguascaientes /tree #661
664 Juan Flores & Ines de Arce /Mexicalingo /vanas
667 CONTINUA EN EL ROLLO SIGUIENTE
668 MEXICO OAH ROLLO 2751 FIN
669 END OF ROLL
Premiación ENEIT 2018 etapa local
Victoria de Durango. – La mañana de este miércoles 13 de junio, en el Aula Alejandro Guillot del Instituto Tecnológico de Durango (ITD), se llevó a cabo la premiación de la etapa local del Evento Nacional Estudiantil de Innovación Tecnológica 2018, del Tecnológico Nacional de México (TecNM), donde se dieron a conocer los proyectos ganadores y próximos participantes de la próxima etapa regional a celebrarse en el Instituto Tecnológico Superior de Fresnillo, Zac., donde buscarán su pase al próximo Evento Nacional.
En la premiación el Ing. Jesús Astorga Pérez, Director del ITD, recalcó a los participantes el profundo orgullo que toda la comunidad técnica tiene por su participación en este evento, el cual resalta los talentos de todos los jóvenes, así como su capacidad de inventiva, innovación y compromiso social, de la misma forma que el trabajo de los asesores quienes año con año motivan y llevan de la mano a los estudiantes a formar sus ideas; Astorga Pérez destacó también que el Tecnológico de Durango siempre se ha caracterizado por liderar los eventos Nacionales del ENEIT y aseguró que este año los proyectos presentados llevan consigo un nivel extraordinario el cual no duda se reflejará en excelentes resultados para llegar al nacional.
El Evento Nacional Estudiantil de Innovación Tecnológica (ENEIT), es llevado a cabo en el ITD, gracias a la coordinación del equipo de trabajo del Departamento de Gestión Tecnológica y Vinculación, bajo la titularidad del L.A. Sergio Oswaldo Covarrubias Ramírez, y es considerado el encuentro más importante de jóvenes inventores en México, el cual, presenta a los mejores estudiantes que se destacan por su talento y creatividad, a través de proyectos innovadores de base tecnológica que surgen de su iniciativa individual, colectiva o que resuelven retos para la solución de problemas que presenta el sector público o privado.
ha sido desarrollado desde 1994, con el objetivo de fomentar en los alumnos que forman parte del Tecnológico Nacional de México, el desarrollo de la innovación tecnológica de productos, procesos y servicios, a través de la aplicación de tecnologías enfocadas al desarrollo sustentable, en procesos que den respuesta a las necesidades planteadas por los diferentes sectores de la sociedad y generen beneficios económicos, sociales y ecológicos.
Este año se presentaron 24 proyectos en las 5 categorías, con un total de participación de 96 estudiantes del ITD, los ganadores y próximos participantes de la etapa regional del ENEIT 2018 son:
CATEGORIA: PRODUCTO/ SERVICIO
**SOLO PASAN 3 PROYECTOS DE 6 PROYECTOS PARTICIPANTES
ARRIETA VARGAS KATIA GUILLERMINA
MARTINEZ AYALA DULCE GUADALUPE
LIMONES VELAZQUEZ BLANCA LILIANA
NAJERA RODRIGUEZ BENILDE MONSERRAT
ING. MARIO ALBERTO LOPEZ GURROLA
HERNANDEZ GALINDO ITZEL
ALBA VARGAS JORGE IVAN
HERNANDEZ HERNANDEZ ANGEL IGNACIO
GONZALEZ NUÑEZ ALEXIS EMMANUEL
ROCHA SORIA OSCAR OSIEL
ING. SALVADOR DAVIS RODRIGUEZ
ARQ. EMMA VANEGAS PARRA
GRACIA RODRIGUEZ AZALIA YERALDI
TRUJILLO ORTIZ ANA ESTHELA
RÍOS FÉLIX JOSÉ BERNARDO
RIVERA GURROLA LESLIE TERESA
TELLEZ VELÁZQUEZ STEPHANY YANAHI
ING. SALVADOR DAVIS RODRIGUEZ
ARQ. EMMA VANEGAS PARRA
**SOLO PASAN 2 PROYECTOS DE 4 PROYECTOS QUE PARTICIPAN
ANDRADE LIRA MARÍA FERNANDA
ROJERO LERMA SAMANTHA MONTSERRAT
BARRERA ACOSTA ANA JUDITH
CORRAL GÁMIZ MIGUEL
QUIÑONES RENTERIA MIGUEL
ING. SALVADOR DAVIS RODRIGUEZ
TRUJILLO ORTIZ ANA ESTHELA
TELLEZ VELÁZQUEZ STEPHANY YANAHI
SANTILLANO AMAYA ROSA ARLETH
HERNÁNDEZ IBARRA SILVIA CAROLINA
LUNA MONTELONGO MANUEL
ING. SALVADOR DAVIS RODRIGUEZ
ARQ. EMMA VANEGAS PARRA
**SOLO PASA 1 PROYECTO DE 3 PROYECTOS QUE PARTICIPAN
GRANADOS ISAIS ADOLFO IVÁN
LAZALDE DÍAZ SALMA
CASTILLO RODRÍGUEZ ALONDRA VANESSA
GALLARDO MARTINEZ EDER RAFAEL
ING. SALVADOR DAVIS RODRIGUEZ
DR. JOSE MANUEL PENSABEN ESQUIVEL.
CATEGORIA: INNOVACION SOCIAL
**SOLO PASA 2 PROYECTOS DE 4 QUE PARTICIPARON
QUIÑONES RODRIGUEZ NATALIA MICHELLE
OLIVARES MOLINA DAYANA
RODRÍGUEZ ROSALES JACKZIRY ABIGAIL
CASTOR MOORILLÓN TOMÁS
DÁVILA FRÍAS GUADALUPE ELIZABETH
ING. SALVADOR DAVIS RODRIGUEZ
ING. MOORILLÓN PIEDRA MARÍA CRUZ TERESA
BUSTAMANTE MORENO NAYIVE LIZETH
IBARRA ARMENDÁRIZ SILVIA JANETH
SANTOYO DE LA CRUZ DIANA LAURA
MONTIEL ARROYO LUIS
CONTRERAS ESCAJEDA SALMA PAOLA
ING. SALVADOR DAVIS RODRIGUEZ
CATEGORIA: APLICACIONES MOVILES
**PASAN 2 PROYECTOS DE 6 PROYECTOS QUE PARTICIPARON
SOTO DELGADO LUIS ANGEL
SUBIA ALONSO CYNTHIA MARIELA
VERDIN LUNA JESUS MARIO
M.C. OBED ANTONIO GARCIA CANO
DR. CARLOS OMAR RIOS OROZCO
ING. ALAN ISMAEL MORENO PAREDES
NUÑEZ CASAS JOSÉ LUIS
ROMAN GARCIA HECTOR ADRIAN
MARTÍNEZ VILCHIS OMAR
DUARTE CORTEZ JAHZIEL RAMÓN
GONZÁLEZ CHÁVEZ JORGE EDUARDO
ING. NORMA ALICIA GARCIA VIDAÑA
DRA. DORA LUZ GONZALEZ BAÑALES
People, September 30
Cover: Viola Davis -- How I Found My Strength
Page 4: Chatter -- Alex Rodriguez, Constance Wu, Michael Douglas, Eva Mendes, Brad Pitt, Chrissy Teigen
Page 6: 5 Things We’re Talking About This Week -- Game of Thrones may get another prequel, Christie Brinkley breaks her arm so her daughter steps in, Ms. Monopoly, James Corden slams Bill Maher’s fat-shaming
Page 8: Contents
Page 10: StarTracks -- Family Fun -- Mariska Hargitay and Peter Hermann and kids August and Amaya and Andrew
Page 11: Serena Williams and daughter Olympia, Chrissy Teigen and daughter Luna, Pierce Brosnan and son Paris, Anna Wintour and David Beckham and kids Romeo and Brooklyn and Cruz and Harper
Page 12: Cardi B and Offset, Judith Light, Ryan Seacrest and Kelly Ripa
Page 13: Jennifer Garner, Seth Rogen and wife Lauren, Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness and Bobby Berk and Tan France and Antoni Porowski and Karamo Brown
Page 14: Celebrity Cyclists -- Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick, Derek Hough and girlfriend Hayley Erbert, Kate Hudson and Goldie Hawn, Liev Schreiber
Page 15: Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian West, StyleTracks -- boxy suits -- Keke Palmer, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, January Jones, Julianne Moore, Hailey Baldwin, Tracee Ellis Ross
Page 17: Demi Moore’s shocking tell-all
Page 20: Heart Monitor -- Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello heating up, Adele and Simon Konecki divorcing, Demi Lovato and Mike Johnson new couple, Joshua Jackson and Jodi Turner-Smith going strong
Page 23: Meghan Markle’s Smart Works new clothing line, Bellamy Young on life after Scandal
Page 24: Rihanna is in love and loving life, GMA celebrates 20 years in Times Square -- Robin Roberts’ favorite moments
Page 26: Zooey Deschanel dates Property Brother Jonathan Scott, Mary Wilson from the Supremes to Dancing with the Stars
Page 31: Stories to Make You Smile
Page 32: Passages, Ric Ocasek dies at 75
Page 34: Weddings -- Elvis Duran and Alex Carr
Page 37: People Picks -- Ad Astra
Page 38: Mixed-ish, Zac Brown Band -- Owl, Q&A with Billy Gardell
Page 39: Downton Abbey
Page 40: Evil, Emergence
Page 41: Carol’s Second Act, Prodigal Son, Q&A with Lilly Singh
Page 42: Books
Page 44: Cover Story -- Viola Davis -- How I Found My Strength
Page 52: Felicity Huffman heading to prison
Page 56: Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland -- Happy, Healthy and in Love
Page 61: Seizures stole Hannah Reinert’s memory, now her husband Cody photographs their life so she won’t forget him again
Page 64: Retired vet Dr. Lincoln gives disabled dogs a new life
Page 67: Comedy writer Jeannie Gaffigan on her brain tumor
Page 70: The Toronto International Film Festival -- the race is on -- Eddie Murphy
Page 71: Finn Wittrock and Renee Zellweger
Page 72: Nicole Kidman and Ashleigh Cummings and Denis O’Hare and Willa Fitzgerald, Kerry Washington, Charlie Hunnam
Page 74: Christian Bale and Matt Damon
Page 75: Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Meryl Streep and Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas, Don Johnson and Ana De Armas and Jaeden Martell and Jamie Lee Curtis and Katherine Langford and Rian Johnson and Toni Collette and Daniel Craig and Chris Evans
Page 76: Lucas Hedges and Alexa Demie and Taylor Russell and Kelvin Harrison Jr., Kristen Stewart, Scarlett Johansson and Roman Griffin Davis
Page 79: Lady Gaga on beauty, confidence and why it’s okay if you never wear her makeup
Page 83: Zosia Mamet’s modern log cabin
Page 87: Second Look -- Jennifer Lopez and Hoda Kotb
Page 88: One Last Thing -- Jimmy Smits
Antonio Rodríguez Luna (1910-1985) — Land-Owner (indian ink on paper, 1938)
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