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Happy 20 months together

Happy 20 months together . . E quem pensou em istanbul acertou. Vamos passar o final de semana por aqui! Nossa programao de hoje foi fazer o museu de Hagia Sophia e blue mosque. O museu custa 40TL mas pra quem vem turistar compre o vale museu por 80TL e te da acesso a todos os lugares que voc quiser ir na Turquia, validade de 4 dias. Pra quem tem ID turca, 50TL validade de 1 ano. . . Eu sempre quero vir pra c, porque o meu lugar favorito em istanbul! A gente morou por aqui 2 meses, mas tudo que estou vendo agora est muito mais bonito! Vero e outubro so as melhores estaes, at melhor que primavera que esse ano fez muito frio! . Hoje Eu estou simplesmente amando essas flores e o jardim est mais lindo do que nunca. . . Dicas: essas duas mesquitas so paradas obrigatrias de quem vem. Recomendo que seja seu primeiro stop por aqui. Segunda dica ir no @hafizmustafa1864 Eles possuem as melhores sobremesas de istanbul e fazem isso desde 1864. . . Prxima parada : Galata tower e maiden tower. . #alifetrip #bestmoments #picoftheday #clkft01 #wanderlust #melhoresdestinos #traveldiary #vocenomundo #curtindoviajantesoficial #livelikepan #paradise #summer2017 #istanbul #turkey

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Milnor K-theory is defined as K n M ( F ) = F F / x ( 1 x ) x F { 0 , 1 } . {\displaystyle K_{n}^{M}(F)=F^{\times }\otimes \cdots \otimes F^{\times }/\langle x\otimes (1-x)\mid x\in F\smallsetminus \{0,1\}\rangle .} The norm residue isomorphism theorem, proved around 2000 by Vladimir Voevodsky, relates this to Galois cohomology by means of an isomorphism K n M ( F ) / p = H n ( F , l n ) . {\displaystyle K_{n}^{M}(F)/p=H^{n}(F,\mu _{l}^{\otimes n}).} Algebraic K-theory is related to the group of invertible matrices with coefficients the given field. For example, the process of taking the determinant of an invertible matrix leads to an isomorphism K1(F) = F. Matsumoto's theorem shows that K2(F) agrees with K2M(F). In higher degrees, K-theory diverges from Milnor K-theory and remains hard to compute in general.

Hungarian, Slovenian, and Romanian fiddle players are often accompanied by a three-stringed variant of the violaknown as the kontraand by double bass, with cimbalom and clarinet being less standard yet still common additions to a band. In Hungary, a three stringed viola variant with a flat bridge, called the kontra or hromhros brcsa makes up part of a traditional rhythm section in Hungarian folk music. The flat bridge allows for three string chords to be played. A three stringed double bass variant is also used.

Starting in the 19th century, academics and amateur scholars, taking note of the musical traditions being lost, initiated various efforts to preserve the music of the people. One such effort was the collection by Francis James Child in the late 19th century of the texts of over three hundred ballads in the English and Scots traditions (called the Child Ballads), some of which predated the 16th century. Contemporaneously with Child, the Reverend Sabine Baring-Gould and later Cecil Sharp worked to preserve a great body of English rural traditional song, music and dance, under the aegis of what became and remains the English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS). Sharp campaigned with some success to have English traditional songs (in his own heavily edited and expurgated versions) to be taught to school children in hopes of reviving and prolonging the popularity of those songs. Throughout the 1960s and early to mid-1970s, American scholar Bertrand Harris Bronson published an exhaustive four-volume collection of the then-known variations of both the texts and tunes associated with what came to be known as the Child Canon. He also advanced some significant theories concerning the workings of oral-aural tradition. Similar activity was also under way in other countries. One of the most extensive was perhaps the work done in Riga by Krisjanis Barons, who between the years 1894 and 1915 published six volumes that included the texts of 217,996 Latvian folk songs, the Latvju dainas. In Norway the work of collectors such as Ludvig Mathias Lindeman was extensively used by Edvard Grieg in his Lyric Pieces for piano and in other works, which became immensely popular. Around this time, composers of classical music developed a strong interest in collecting traditional songs, and a number of outstanding composers carried out their own field work on traditional music. These included Percy Grainger and Ralph Vaughan Williams in England and Bla Bartk in Hungary. These composers, like many of their predecessors, both made arrangements of folk songs and incorporated traditional material into original classical compositions. The Latviju dainas are extensively used in the classical choral works of Andrejs Jurns, Jnis Cimze, and Emilis Melngailis.