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Pneus novos atrás! Novembro 8, 2005

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Ao contrário do que é prática corrente quando mudar de pneus (e se não os mudar todos de uma vez!) não deve colocar os pneus novos à frente e os velhos atrás como é usual fazer-se. Pelo contrário. E acredite : são os técnicos especializados que assim recomendam como podem comprovar seguindo o link da Michelin

On this day in History – Nov. 08

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0035 – Nerva, Roman Emperor was born (d. 0098).
0618 – Deusdedit/Adeodatus I dies. Italian Pope (615-18).
0911 – Louis the Child dies (b. 0893). Last Carolingian ruler of the East Franks.
0955 – Pope Agapetus II dies
1171 – Baldwin IV dies (b. 1108). Count of Hainaut.
1226 – King Louis VIII of France dies (b. 1187)
1246 – Berenguela of Castile dies (b. 1180). Queen of Alfonso IX of Castile
1308 – Duns Scotus dies. Scottish philosopher
1491 – Teofilo Folengo was born (d. 1544). Italian poet.
1497 – Vasco da Gama batiza com o nome de Santa Helena uma baía que descobre a caminho das Índias
1517 – Francisco Cardinal Jiménez de Cisneros dies (b. 1436). Spanish statesman.
1519 – Hernán Cortés enters Tenochtitlán and Aztec ruler Moctezuma welcomes him with great pomp as would befit a returning god.
1520 – Stockholm Bloodbath begins: A successful invasion of Sweden by Danish forces results in the execution of around 100 persons.
1527 – Jerome Emser dies (b. 1477). German theologian.
1538 – Nascimento de D. Maria – filha de D. Duarte (duque de Guimarães) e D. Isabel
1576 – Eighty Years’ War: Pacification of Ghent – The States-General of the Netherlands meet and unite to oppose Spanish occupation.
1599 – Francisco Guerrero dies (b. 1528). Spanish composer.
1600 – Natsuka Masaie dies (b. 1562). Japanese warlord.
1602 – The Bodleian Library at Oxford University is opened to the public.
1603 – Robert Catesby dies (b. 1573). English conspirator.
1620 – The Battle of White Mountain, the first battle in the Thirty Years’ War, takes place near Prague, ending in a decisive Catholic victory in only two hours.
1622 – King Charles X of Sweden was born (d. 1660)
1656 – Edmond Halley was born (d. 14 Jan 1742). British astronomer [ first to observe the great comet of 1682 (known to us as Halley’s Comet)] and mathematician.
1658 – Witte Corneliszoon de With dies (b. 1599). Dutch naval officer.
1674 – John Milton dies (b. 1608). English poet whose Paradise Lost is regarded as the greatest epic poem in the English language and who exerted a major influence on the history of English literature, culture, and libertarian thought.
1694 – Leonhard Trautsch was born (d. 1762). German composer.
1706 – Johann Ulrich von Cramer was born (d. 1772). German judge and philosopher.
1710 – Sarah Fielding was born (d. 1768). English writer.
1719 – Michel Rolle dies (b. 1652). French mathematician.
1793 – In Paris, the French Revolutionary government opens the Louvre to the public as a museum.
1817 – Andrea Apianni dies (b. 1754). Italian painter.
1836 – Milton Bradley was born (d. 1911). American lithographer and game manufacturer.
1837 – One of the first institutions of higher education for women in the United States, Mount Holyoke Seminary (now Mount Holyoke College) opened in Massachusetts.
1847 – Bram Stoker was born (d. 1912). Irish novelist.
1847 – Jean Casimir-Périer was born (d. 1907). French politician.
1848 – Gottlob Frege was born (d. 1925). German mathematician and logician.
1860 – António Augusto Soares dos Passos dies (b. 1826). Portuguese ultra-romantic poet.
1861 – American Civil War: The “Trent Affair” – The USS San Jacinto stops the United Kingdom mailship Trent and arrests two Confederate envoys, sparking a diplomatic crisis between the UK and US.
1864 – U.S. presidential election, 1864: Abraham Lincoln is reelected in an overwhelming victory over George McClellan.
1865 – Pedro Diez Canseco assume (pela 2º vez) a presidência do Peru
1866 – Herbert Austin was born (d. 1941). English automobile pioneer.
1868 – Felix Hausdorff was born (d. 1942). German mathematician.
1883 – Arnold Bax was born (d. 1953). English composer.
1884 – Hermann Rorschach was born (d. 1922). Swiss psychiatrist.
1887 – Doc Holliday dies (b. 1851). American gambler and gunfighter.
1889 – Montana is admitted as the 41st U.S. state.
1890 – César Franck dies (b. 1822). Belgian composer and organist.
1892 – U.S. presidential election, 1892: Grover Cleveland is elected over Benjamin Harrison and James B. Weaver to win the second of his non-consecutive terms.
1893 – Clarence Williams was born (d. 1965). American jazz pianist and composer.
1893 – Nascimento de Antonio Ildefonse dos Santos Silva (bispo angolano nascido em Portugal)
1895 – While experimenting with electricity Wilhelm Röntgen discovers x-rays.
1896 – Bucky Harris was born (d. 1977). Baseball player.
1898 – Marie Prevost was born (d. 1937). Canadian actress.
1900 – Margaret Mitchell was born (d. 16 Aug 1949). American, Pulitzer Prize-winning author: Gone with the Wind [1937];
1900 – Charlie Paddock was born (d. 1943). American athlete.
1901 – Nascimento de Alfredo Ferraz. Campeão do Mundo em Bilhar (1939).
1904 – Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, who had succeeded the assassinated William McKinley, was elected to a term in his own right this day. He defeated Democrat Alton B. Parker, 7,628,461 votes to 5,084,223 and 336 Electoral College votes to 140.
1904 – Cedric Belfrage was born (d. 1990). English-born writer.
1905 – Marco Aurelio Robles Méndez was born. President of Panamá (1964-1968)
1908 – Martha Gellhorn was born (d. 1998). American writer and journalist.
1908 – Victorien Sardou dies (b. 5 Sep 1831). French dramatist.
1914 – Norman Lloyd was born in Jersey City. American actor: St. Elsewhere, Journey of Honor, Jaws of Satan, Saboteur, The Southerner .
1914 – José Pedro Machado was born in Faro (d. 2005). Portuguese philologist and publisher.
1916 – June Havoc was born in Vancover. Canadian actress: Brewster’s Millions, Gentlemen’s Agreement, Sing Your Worries Away, Willy
1916 Peter Weiss was born in Germany. German born Swedish author, dramatist and novelist,
1917 – People’s Commissars gives authority to Lenin, Trotsky and Stalin.
1917 – Colin Blythe dies (b. 1879). English cricketer.
1918 – Hermann Zapf was born. German designer.
1919 – P.L. Deshpande was born. Indian author.
1920 – Esther Rolle was born (d. 17 Nov 1998). American Academy Award-winning actress: Summer of My German Soldier; Good Times, Maude, Scarlett, Driving Miss Daisy, A Raisin in the Sun, The Mighty Quinn;
1921 – Gene Saks was born in New York. Actor: A Fine Romance, Prisoner of Second Avenue, A Thousand Clowns; Director: Barefoot in the Park, Mame, The Odd Couple, Cactus Flower
1921 – Walter Mirisch was born in New York City. Academy Award-winning producer: The Apartment [1960]. President of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences from 1973 to 1977.
1922 – Christiaan Barnard was born. South African heart surgeon who performed first known heart transplant [1967];
1923 – Jack Kilby was born (d. 2005). American electrical engineer, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics (d. 2005).
1923 – Beer Hall Putsch: In Munich, Adolf Hitler leads the Nazis in an unsuccessful attempt to overthrow the German government.
1925 – Joe Flynn was born (d. 19 Jul 1974). Actor: The Tim Conway Show, McHale’s Navy, The Joey Bishop Show, The George Gobel Show, The Bob Newhart Show, The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet, Superdad, Million Dollar Duck, The Barefoot Executive, The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes;
1927 – Patti Page was born in Claremore, Oklahoma. American singer: Tennessee Waltz, Old Cape Cod, I Went to Your Wedding, Doggie in the Window, Allegheny Moon, Steam Heat, Cross over the Bridge; Actress: Elmer Gantry.
1927 – Nguyen Khanh was born. Prime Minister of South Vietnam.
1931 – Morley Safer was born. Canadian journalist.
1931 – Darla Hood was born (d. 1979). American actress.
1932 – U.S. presidential election, 1932: During the Great Depression Democrat Franklin D. Roosevelt easily defeated Herbert Hoover to win the presidency of the United States.
1933 – Great Depression: New Deal – US President Franklin D. Roosevelt unveils the Civil Works Administration, an organization designed to create jobs for more than 4 million of the unemployed.
1934 – Carlos Chagas dies (b. 1879). Brazilian physician.
1935 – A dozen labor leaders come together to announce the creation of the Congress for Industrial Organization (CIO), an organization charged with pushing the cause for industrial unionism.
1935 – Fernand Bouisson becomes Prime Minister of France
1935 – Alain Delon was born. French actor ( Nouvelle Vague, The Concorde: Airport ’79, Gypsy, Red Sun, Is Paris Burning?, Honor Among Thieves, Rocco and His Brothers, Sois Belle et Tais-Toi, Return of Zorro )
1937 – The Nazi exhibition Der ewige Jude (“the eternal Jew“) opens in Munich.
1939 – Venlo Incident: Two British agents of SIS are captured by the Germans.
1939 – In Munich, Adolf Hitler narrowly escapes an assassination attempt while celebrating the 16th anniversary of the Beer Hall Putsch.
1941 – Albanian Communist Party founded.
1941 – Rodney Slater was born. Musician: saxophone, trumpet: group: The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band: I’m the Urban Spaceman, Look at Me I’m Wonderful, Bad Blood, Straight from My Heart.
1942 – World War II: Operation TorchUnited States and United Kingdom forces land in French North Africa.
1942 – World War II: French resistance coup in Algiers, by which 400 Civil French patriots neutralized Vichyst XIXth Army Corps during 15 hours, arrested vichyst generals (Juin, Darlan, etc.), and so allowed the immediate success of Operation Torch in Algiers, then, from there, to the whole French North Africa.
1942 – Angel Cordero Jr. was born. Puerto Rican jockey. National Horse Racing Hall of Famer: Jockey of the Year [1982, 1983]; winner of Breeder’s Cup [1985 Distaff, 1988 Juvenile Fillies, 1988 & 1989 Sprint), Kentucky Derby [1974, 1985], Preakness [1976, 1980, 1984], Belmont [1976].
1944 – Bonnie Bramlett was born. Songwriter, singer: group: Delaney and Bonnie and Friends: Never Ending Song of Love, Only You Know and I Know
1944 – Ed Kranepool was born. Baseball: NY Mets [only player to have played in each of Mets’ first 17 seasons; holds Mets’ record for most games played: 1853]
1945 – August von Mackensen dies (b. 1849). German Field Marshal.
1947 – Minnie Riperton was born (d. 12 Jul 1979). American singer: Lovin’ You; LP: Come to My Garden, Adventure in Paradise; group: Wonderlove;
1949 – Alan Berger was born. Rocker Musician: bass: group: Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes: I Don’t Wanna Go Home, The Fever, This Time It’s for Real, Love on the Wrong Side of Town, When You Dance, Hearts of Stone.
1949 – Bonnie Raitt was born. Grammy Award-winning singer [1990]: Runaway, The Boy Can’t Help It, Something to Talk About, Sweet Forgiveness; actress: Urban Cowboy; musician: guitar;
1950 – Charles ‘Boobie’ Clark was born (d. 25 Oct 1988). Football player: Cincinnati Bengals, Houston Oilers;
1950 – Mary Hart was born. TV host: Entertainment Tonight.
1950 – Korean War: United States Air Force Lt. Russell J. Brown shoots down two North Korean MiG-15s in the first jet aircraft-to-jet aircraft dog fight in history.
1952 – Jan Raas was born. Dutch cyclist.
1952 – Maria Isabel Rodrigues Branco was born. Portuguese stylist.
1953 – Alfre Woodard was born. Emmy Award-winning actress: Hill Street Blues: Alice in Wonderland [1983-1984]; guest performance: L.A. Law [1986-1987]; St. Elsewhere, Tucker’s Witch, Cross Creek, Miss Firecracker, Grand Canyon, Passion Fish, Bopha, Heart and Souls
1953 – Ivan Alekseyevich Bunin dies (b. 1870). Russian writer, Nobel Prize laureate.
1953 – John van Melle dies (b. 1887). South African author.
1954 – Michael D. Brown was born. U.S. Undersecretary of Emergency Preparedness and Response
1954 – Jeanette McGruder was born. American musician (P Funk)
1954 – Rickie Lee Jones was born. American singer and composer Chuck E.’s in Love, On Saturday Afternoons in 1963
1956 – Comet Arend-Roland was discovered.
1958 – Don Byron was born. American clarinetist.
1959 – Tunisian President Habib Bourguiba’s Nes Destour party wins every chair
1960 – U.S. presidential election, 1960: John F. Kennedy is elected (narrowly) over Richard M. Nixon, becoming the youngest man elected to that office.
1961 – Leif Garrett was born. American singer and actor.
1964 – Habib Burguiba is reelected Presidente of Tunisia.
1964 – Judy Garland and her daughter, Liza Minnelli, appeared together at the London Palladium. The program was shown on U.S. TV; and the LP, Live at the London Palladium became a classic on Capitol Records.
1965 – The British Indian Ocean Territory is created, consisting of Chagos Archipelago, Aldabra, Farquhar and Des Roches islands.
1965 – Edgard Varése dies. French composer.
1965 – The soap opera Days of Our Lives debuts on NBC in the United States.
1966 – Former Massachusetts Attorney General Edward Brooke becomes the first African American elected to the United States Senate.
1967 – Courtney Thorne-Smith was born. American actress
1968 – Parker Posey was born. American actress
1968 – Zara Whites was born. Dutch porn actress.
1969 – Roxana Zal was born. Emmy Award-winning actress: Something about Amelia [1984]; Shattered Spirits, Under the Boardwalk, Goodbye, Miss 4th of July, River’s Edge, Testament, Table for Five.
1971 – The fourth album of British rock group Led Zeppelin (Led Zeppelin IV) is released, including one of the group’s most well known songs, “Stairway to heaven“.
1972 – Gretchen Mol was born. Actress: The Magnificent Ambersons, Donnie Brasco, Subway Stories: Tales from the Underground, Rounders, Finding Graceland, The Thirteenth Floor
1973 – The right ear of John Paul Getty III is delivered to a newspaper together with a ransom note, convincing his father to pay 2.9 million USD.
1974 – In Salt Lake City, Utah, Carol DaRonch narrowly escapes abduction by serial killer Ted Bundy.
1975 – Tara Reid was born. American actress (The Big Lebowski, American Pie series, Body Shots, Dr. T & the Women, Josie and the Pussycats).
1976 – Brett Lee was born. Australian Cricketer
1977 – Bucky Harris dies (b. 1896). Baseball player.
1978 – Norman Rockwell dies (b. 1894). American illustrator, best known for his covers of The Saturday Evening Post.
1979 – Ravi kanth was born. Indian Scientist
1979 – Aaron Hughes was born. Northern Irish footballer.
1979 – Foundation of the Chilean Communist Party (Proletarian Action).
1981 – Joe Cole was born. English footballer.
1986 – Vyacheslav Molotov dies (b. 1890).Russian politician.
1987 – Enniskillen massacre: In Enniskillen, Northern Ireland, an Irish Republican Army bomb explodes, at a ceremony honoring Britain’s war dead, killing eleven people.
1987 – Olga Roriz coreógrafa portuguesa, ganha o 1º. Prémio Coreográfico do Concurso de Dança de Osaka, Japão no V Congresso Internacional de Ballet.
1988 – Rafael Fernandez Colon elected President of Puerto Rico
1988 – U.S. presidential election, 1988: George H. W. Bush is elected over Michael Dukakis.
1989 – Douglas Wilder elected governo. Virginian Douglas Wilder became the first African American to win a U.S. gubernatorial election, and, after he left office when his term expired in 1994, he was elected mayor of Richmond in 2004.
1991 – Marion Barry is reelected mayor of Washington, D.C..
1992 – 300,000 demonstrators against racism in Berlin
1993 – Fernando Guimarães (b. 1928) é contemplado com o Grande Prémio de Poesia APE (Associação Portuguesa de Escritores), pela sua obra O Anel Débil.
1994 – For the first time in 40 years the United States Republican Party takes control of both the House of Representatives and the Senate in midterm congressional elections.
1996 – Edward Albert Radice dies. Economist.
1996 – Peter Fowler dies. Physicist.
1997 – US president Bill Clinton speaks at a dinner sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign, the USA‘s largest gay rights organisation.
1998 – Jean Marais dies (b. 1913). French actor.
1999 – Leon Štukelj dies (b. 1898). Slovene gymnast.
2000 – Marissa Poer was born. American actress.
2002 – Iraq disarmament crisis: UN Security Council Resolution 1441 – The United Nations Security Council unanimously approves a resolution on Iraq, forcing Saddam Hussein to disarm or face “serious consequences”.
2004 – War in Iraq: More than 10,000 U.S. troops and a small number of Iraqi army units participate in a siege on the insurgent stronghold of Fallujah.
Election Day in the United States (2005).
National White Poetry Day (Mordor)