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The volume is unique in that it relates to a period about which American readers have known little. -Boston Transcript. With numerous illustrations from photographs -A. C. McClurg & Co., Publishers. In response to repeated requests, the compiler now presents in book form the series of legends that have been made a feature of The Hawaiian Annual for a number of years past. The series has been enriched by the addition of several tales, the famous shark legend having been furnished for this purpose from the papers of the Hawaiian Historical Society. The collection embraces contributions by the Rev. A. O. Forbes, Dr. N. B. Emerson, J. S. Emerson, Mrs. E. M. Nakuina, W. M. Gibson, Dr. C. M. Hyde, and others, all of whom are recognized authorities. The early attempts of Dibble and Pogue to gather history from Hawaiians themselves have preserved to native and foreign readers much that would probably otherwise have been lost. To the late Judge Andrews we are indebted for a very full grammar and dictionary of the language, as also for a valuable manuscript collection of meles and antiquarian literature that passed to the custody of the Board of Education. In the first volume of Judge Fornanders elaborate work on The Polynesian Race he has given some old Hawaiian legends which closely resemble the Old Testament history. How shall we account for such coincidences? *** There were native historians in those days; the newspaper articles of S. M. Kamakau, the earlier writings of David Malo, and the later contributions of G. W. Pilipo and others are but samples of a wealth of material, most of which has been lost forever to the world. From time to time Prof. W. D. Alexander, as also C. J. Lyons, has furnished interesting extracts from these and other hakus. The Rev. A. O. Forbes devoted some time and thought to the collecting of island folk-lore: and King Kalakaua took some pains in this line also, as evidenced by his volume of Legends and Myths of Hawaii , edited by R. M. Daggett, though there is much therein that is wholly foreign to ancient Hawaiian customs and thought. No one of late years had a better opportunity than Kalakaua toward collecting the meles, kaaos, and traditions of his race; and for purposes looking to this end there was established by law a Board of Genealogy, which had an existence of some four years, but nothing of permanent value resulted therefrom. Fornanders manuscript collection of meles, legends, and genealogies in the vernacular has fortunately become, by purchase, the property of the Hon. C. R. Bishop, which insures for posterity the result of one devoted scholars efforts to rescue the ancient traditions that are gradually slipping away; for the haku meles (bards) of Hawaii are gone. This fact, as also the Hawaiian Historical Societys desire to aid and stimulate research into the history and traditions of this people, strengthens the hope that some one may yet arise to give us further insight into the legendary folk-lore of this interesting race. T. G. T. Honolulu, January 1
Bachelorarbeit aus dem Jahr 2016 im Fachbereich Germanistik - Linguistik, Note: 1,8, Technische Universität Carolo-Wilhelmina zu Braunschweig, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Überall auf der Welt werden sie gespielt: Computer- und Videospiele sind zu einem weit verbreiteten Medium in der Unterhaltungsbranche geworden. Sie gelten als das neue zentrale Phänomen in der Jugendkultur, wenn gleich auch immer mehr Erwachsene in ihrer Freizeit zu Videospielen greifen und das Medium somit zu einer generationsübergreifenden Subkultur machen. So wie viele andere Subkulturen zeichnet sich auch die der Gaming-Community durch einen gruppenspezifischen Sprachgebrauch aus. In der linguistischen und vor allem soziolinguistischen Forschung sind verschiedene Subkulturen und ihre Sprachverwendung seit vielen Jahren häufiger Untersuchungsgegenstand. Es gibt unzählige Untersuchungen zur Thematik der Jugendsprache und auch der Sprachgebrauch anderer Gruppierungen, wie zum Beispiel aus der Musik- oder Sportszene, sind mittlerweile zu großen Teilen erforscht. Warum findet dann in der Linguistik bisher der Sprachgebrauch in der Gaming-Szene kaum Beachtung? Die Subkultur der Gaming-Szene ist erst in den letzten Jahren durch die Medien immer mehr in den Fokus der Weltöffentlichkeit gerückt. Wie bei vielen neuen Phänomenen war auch das der Video- und Computerspiele ein schwieriges Forschungsfeld, da man bisher nur sehr schwer an authentische Daten gelangte. Auch die Erforschung der Jugendsprache stellte die Linguistik anfangs vor dieses Problem. Mit der Verbreitung der neuen Medien, insbesondere dem Internet, ist es zur heutigen Zeit viel einfacher geworden authentisches Untersuchungsmaterial zu erhalten. Darum möchte ich mich in dieser Arbeit mit dem Sprachgebrauch in der Gaming-Szene beschäftigen.
It is becoming more and more a matter of regret that a larger amount of systematic effort was not established in early years for the gathering and preservation of the folk-lore of the Hawaiians. The world is under lasting obligations to the late Judge Fornander, and to Dr. Rae before him, for their painstaking efforts to gather the history of this people and trace their origin and migrations; but Fornanders work only has seen the light, Dr. Raes manuscript having been accidentally destroyed by fire. The early attempts of Dibble and Pogue to gather history from Hawaiians themselves have preserved to native and foreign readers much that would probably otherwise have been lost. To the late Judge Andrews we are indebted for a very full grammar and dictionary of the language, as also for a valuable manuscript collection of meles and antiquarian literature that passed to the custody of the Board of Education. There were native historians in those days; the newspaper articles of S. M. Kamakau, the earlier writings of David Malo, and the later contributions of G. W. Pilipo and others are but samples of a wealth of material, most of which has been lost forever to the world. From time to time Prof. W. D. Alexander, [vi]as also C. J. Lyons, has furnished interesting extracts from these and other hakus. The Rev. A. O. Forbes devoted some time and thought to the collecting of island folk-lore: and King Kalakaua took some pains in this line also, as evidenced by his volume of Legends and Myths of Hawaii, edited by R. M. Daggett, though there is much therein that is wholly foreign to ancient Hawaiian customs and thought. No one of late years had a better opportunity than Kalakaua toward collecting the meles, kaaos, and traditions of his race; and for purposes looking to this end there was established by law a Board of Genealogy, which had an existence of some four years, but nothing of permanent value resulted therefrom.
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is a short story by Washington Irving contained in his collection The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent., written while he was living in Birmingham, and first published in 1820. With Irvings companion piece Rip Van Winkle, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is among the earliest examples of American fiction still read today.
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is a short story of speculative fiction by American author Washington Irving, contained in his collection of 34 essays and short stories entitled The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. Written while Irving was living abroad in Birmingham, England, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow was first published in 1820. Along with Irvings companion piece Rip Van Winkle, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is among the earliest examples of American fiction with enduring popularity, especially during Halloween because of a character known as the headless horseman believed to be a Hessian soldier who lost his head to a cannonball in battle. The story is set in 1790 in the countryside around the Dutch settlement of Tarry Town (historical Tarrytown, New York), in a secluded glen called Sleepy Hollow. Sleepy Hollow is renowned for its ghosts and the haunting atmosphere that pervades the imaginations of its inhabitants and visitors. Some residents say this town was bewitched during the early days of the Dutch settlement. Other residents say an old Native American chief, the wizard of his tribe, held his powwows here before the country was discovered by Master Hendrick Hudson. The most infamous spectre in the Hollow is the Headless Horseman, said to be the ghost of a Hessian trooper that had his head shot off by a stray cannonball during some nameless battle of the American Revolutionary War, and who rides forth to the scene of battle in nightly quest of his head. The Legend relates the tale of Ichabod Crane, a lean, lanky and extremely superstitious schoolmaster from Connecticut, who competes with Abraham Brom Bones Van Brunt, the town rowdy, for the hand of 18-year-old Katrina Van Tassel, the daughter and sole child of a wealthy farmer, Baltus Van Tassel. Crane, a Yankee and an outsider, sees marriage to Katrina as a means of procuring Van Tassels extravagant wealth.
There is scarcely a more remarkable chapter in history than that which deals with the trading alliance or association known as the Hanseatic League. The League has long since passed away, having served its time and fulfilled its purpose. The needs and circumstances of mankind have changed, and new methods and new instruments have been devised for carrying on the commerce of the world. Yet, if the League has disappeared, the beneficial results of its action survive to Europe, though they have become so completely a part of our daily life that we accept them as matters of course, and do not stop to inquire into their origin. To us moderns it seems but natural that there should be security of intercourse between civilized nations, that highways should be free from robbers, and the ocean from pirates. The mere notion of a different state of things appears strange to us, and yet things were very different not so many hundred years ago.
Seminar paper from the year 2014 in the subject Sport - Sport Economics, Sport Management, grade: 1,0, University of Tubingen (Institut für Sportwissenschaft), course: Seminar: International Cases in the Business of Sport, language: English, abstract: With several clubs announcing big losses or having huge depts, and even bancruptcies of many clubs, the Italian league is facing a financial crisis. Also, it is lacking international on-pitch succes, as only one club in the past seven years was able to get to the UEFA Champions League final. An alarming development, regarding the Italian victories in the 1980s, 1990s and even at the begin of the new millenium. Financial trouble, missing international succes, star players leaving the league and deficits in infrastructure contribute to a bad overall condition, the Italian League is in. The question and task is now, how to solve this misery by structural interventions as a league organising body. In order to find the right measures, it will firstly be taken a look at the problems causing this situation. Having examined, what led to this calamity, several methods and ideas to improve the current situation will be presented and discussed.
Masters Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject Medicine - Surgery, Sports Medicine, grade: 2.0, University of Bath (School of Health), language: English, abstract: Research into the incidence of injury in rugby league is very limited with a wide variation in injury rates for the same game even over comparable time periods. This may be explained by differences in the methodology of these studies and the fact that virtually all UK rugby league injury surveillance studies have been conducted pre-2000, whereas studies from the southern hemisphere mostly tend to date from post-2000. During the 2009 season, data was collected on all injuries incurred during competitive games and rugby training sessions, for a first team squad of a British Championship rugby league club. Data analysis was limited to injury incidence rates and relative sub-category frequencies for injury causation and acuity, contact versus non-contact, nature, location and severity with transient versus time-loss as well as the influence that rugby session type and main playing position may have on these. This study was the first to trial rugby league injury data collection according to recently published IRB standards and revealed higher than usual overall and overuse training injury rates, a larger proportion of time-loss and contact injuries as well as different relative distribution of injury severities when compared to the existing literature. This may represent new injury trends in rugby league, which need to be further examined. Therefore a multi-team, multi-season rugby league injury surveillance study should be performed, ideally at Super League and Championship level.