Promotional poster for the tour
Madonna performing "Like a Prayer" as the concert's second to last number
The San Pedro Town on the island of Ambergris Caye, one interpretation for the subject of the song
Banner for one of the London shows at the Palladium; Madonna claimed the venue tried to "censor" her by cutting short a concert after she ran over her curfew
Madonna sings "La Isla Bonita" as she is followed by her dancers, in the 2006 Confessions Tour
Madonna playing piano while singing "Future" on one of the tour's concerts
Madonna, dressed in a red Andalusian flamenco style dress, portraying the passionate second character, in the music video for "La Isla Bonita".
Madonna and her dancers performing a flamenco version of "La Isla Bonita" during the Rebel Heart Tour (2015–2016).
Ricky Martin's version for Glee cast charted on the Billboard Hot 100.
Madonna singing "La Isla Bonita" on one of the concerts of 1987's Who's That Girl World Tour
Critics have considered "La Isla Bonita" to be one of Madonna's best singles. The image shows the singer performing the song during The Girlie Show (1993)
"La Isla Bonita" gave Madonna her 11th top-five hit on the Billboard Hot 100, and her second Adult Contemporary number one. Additionally, it was the singer's first number one single in France; the image shows Madonna performing the track on 2006's Confessions Tour
In the music video, Madonna plays two different characters: A pious Catholic woman (left), and a "passionate" flamenco dancer (right)
Madonna singing a gypsy-themed "La Isla Bonita" during one of the concerts of 2008-2009's Sticky & Sweet Tour
Madonna and her dancers perform "La Isla Bonita" on the Rebel Heart Tour (2015―2016)

The song has been performed in seven of Madonna's concert tours, the last being 2019–2020's Madame X Tour, and has been covered by multiple artists across the world, including Ricky Martin and Alizée.

- La Isla Bonita

American singer songwriter Madonna performed a live version of "Sodade" on her 2019-2020 Madame X Tour, with Cape Verdean artist Dino d’Santiago. She also performed it again by herself at the Red Rooster in Harlem as part of a surprise performance on the 9th October 2021, in line with the premiere and release of the Madame X film and live album.

- Sodade

A cha-cha-chá mashup of "La Isla Bonita" and a new song called "Welcome to My Fado Club" was performed next, followed by a guitar rendition of Cesária Évora's "Sodade".

- Madame X Tour
Promotional poster for the tour
Early illustration of Captain Samuel Brady, circa 18th-19th centuries
Hugh Brady photograph, between 1844 and 1851
Plaque at Middle Spring Pennsylvania Presbyterian Church
A Keystone Marker for East Brady, Pennsylvania, named for Samuel Brady.
Monument to John Brady, Muncy, Pennsylvania
Rebuilt Middle Spring Church
Quigley Road, Cumberland Co., Pa., runs past former Quigley house and crossed former Quigley Bridge
Quigley Road, Cumberland Co., Pa., runs past former Quigley house and crossed former Quigley Bridge
Middle Spring Church today
Plaque at Middle Spring Pennsylvania Presbyterian Church
Plaque at Middle Spring Pennsylvania Presbyterian Church
Plaque to First Log Church
Rebuilt Middle Spring Pennsylvania Presbyterian Church
Rebuilt Middle Spring Pennsylvania Presbyterian Church
Lower Cemetery
British Col. Henry Bouquet
General Anthony Wayne
Gen. Hugh Brady
Pennsylvania Governor John Penn
Maj. General Hugh Brady, before 1851
John Brady Monument, Muncy, Pa.
Map showing the area where Pontiac's War was fought
Map showing Fort Brady and Fort Muncy, Pennsylvania
British evacuation of Boston
General William Howe
Washington crossing the Delaware
Map of the Battle of Trenton
Location of Brandywine Battlefield
General Anthony Wayne
Map of Battle of Germantown
Monument to John Brady, Muncy, Pennsylvania
Location of Fort Pitt, Pennsylvania
Place of Brady's Leap, Kent, Ohio
Entrance to Brady's Leap Park, Kent, Ohio
Brady's Escape
Plaque in Brady's Leap Park, Kent, Ohio
Stone marking spot where Brady's Leap began
Brady's Leap
General Lord Charles Cornwallis
General Cornwallis' Surrender at Yorktown
Pennsylvania Governor Thomas Mifflin
Virginia Governor Peyton Randolph
Pennsylvania Chief Justice Thomas McKean
Map of Northwest Territory
Gen. Hugh Brady, Samuel Brady's Brother

Hugh Brady moved with his brother Samuel Brady to Washington County, Pennsylvania.

- Hugh Brady (general)

In 1738 the log Middle Spring Presbyterian Church was erected three miles (5 km) from their homestead, of which James and Jeanette Quigley became faithful members and in which they along with some of their children came to be buried in its old graveyard.

- Samuel Brady

They are also the grandparents of John's sons, Captain Samuel Brady, of Brady's Leap fame and of Samuel's brother, United States Army Major General Hugh Brady, both of whom attended this church.

- Middle Spring Presbyterian Church
Early illustration of Captain Samuel Brady, circa 18th-19th centuries
Promotional poster featuring Jeff Jarrett
Roode in April 2018
Promotional poster for the event
Jeff Jarrett defended the NWA World Heavyweight Championship against A.J. Styles at Hard Justice.
Roode in 2005 as a member of Team Canada
A.J. Styles (pictured) defended the NWA World Heavyweight Championship at Slammiversary in a King of the Mountain match.
Hard Justice opened with a tribute to Chris Candido.
Roode at Lockdown in April 2007
Samoa Joe (pictured) made his TNA debut at Slammiversary against Sonjay Dutt.
A.J. Styles defeated Jeff Jarrett at Hard Justice to win the NWA World Heavyweight Championship.
Beer Money, Inc. in London September 2008
Raven (pictured) defeated four other competitors to win the NWA World Heavyweight Championship and the 2005 King of the Mountain match at Slammiversary.
Beer Money, Inc. as TNA World Tag Team Champions
Roode with Fortune in August 2010
Beer Money, Inc. in July 2010
Roode as TNA World Heavyweight Champion
Roode and Austin Aries as TNA World Tag Team Champions
Roode as TNA King of the Mountain Champion in October 2015
Roode making his ring entrance at House of Hardcore 9
Roode making his entrance in September 2016
Roode is a two-time and longest single reign TNA World Heavyweight Champion in history, with a reign of 256 days
Roode is an eight times (six TNA and two NWA) World Tag Team Champion in TNA

With the victory, he earned a shot at the NWA World Heavyweight Championship against then-champion Jeff Jarrett at TNA's Hard Justice PPV event on May 15.

- Slammiversary (2005)

Abyss, Bobby Roode, David Young, A-1, Chris Sabin, Petey Williams, Lance Hoyt, Michael Shane, Trytan, and Apolo all participated in the bout, with Roode being the first eliminated and Abyss winning the contest.

- Hard Justice (2005)

At Hard Justice, Roode competed in a Twenty-Man Gauntlet for the Gold which was won by Abyss.

- Bobby Roode
Promotional poster featuring Jeff Jarrett
1952 Summer Olympic Games
President Woodrow Wilson of the United States announces to Congress the breaking of diplomatic relations with Germany
France, West Germany, Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands form the European Coal and Steel community, the foundation organization which would become the European Union.
The explosion of the first hydrogen bomb.
Brazilian President Venceslau Brás signs a declaration of war against the Central Powers
Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani
The Senate of Finland in 1917
Sammo Hung
Ernest Borgnine
Marek Belka
Jânio Quadros
Dave Fennoy
Yahya Khan
Asma Jahangir
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Park Geun-hye
Anthony Burgess
Jenny Shipley
Dinah Shore
Mark Fuhrman
Desi Arnaz
Lee Hsien Loong
Dame Vera Lynn
Tomislav Nikolić
Cyrus Vance
Morgan Tsvangirai
Robert Bloch
Douglas Adams
Ella Fitzgerald
Harvey Weinstein
Raymond Burr
Bob Costas
John F. Kennedy
Annette O'Toole
Dean Martin
Steven Seagal
Eric Hobsbawm
Billy West
Susan Hayward
Jean-Paul Gaultier
Reg Smythe
Mary McDonnell
Robert Conquest
Robert Zemeckis
Phyllis Diller
David Byrne
Robert Mitchum
George Strait
Jack Kirby
Mr. T
Denis Healey
Anne-Marie David
Ferdinand Marcos
Bronisław Komorowski
El Santo
Liam Neeson
June Allyson
George Papandreou
Rodney Robert Porter
Idriss Déby
Marsha Hunt
John Goodman
Dizzy Gillespie
Graham Greene
Joan Fontaine
Brian George
Park Chung-hee
Dan Aykroyd
Pedro Infante
Álvaro Uribe
Indira Gandhi
Ahmed Nazif
Sir Arthur C. Clarke
Marky Ramone
Heinrich Böll
Terry O'Quinn
Ellis Clarke
David Hasselhoff
Buffalo Bill Cody
Ferdinand von Zeppelin
Zoran Đinđić
Emil von Behring
Hun Sen
Prince Friedrich Karl of Prussia
Patrick Swayze
Jose Manuel Pando
Jonathan Frakes
Titu Maiorescu
Paul Reubens
Frans Schollaert
Geoff Downes
Adolf von Baeyer
Neil Peart
Mata Hari
Mickey Rourke
Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein
Nile Rodgers
Auguste Rodin
Manuel Zelaya
Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini
Imran Khan
Vladimir Putin
Robert Mitchum
Jeff Goldblum
Women calling for bread and peace - Petrograd, 8 March, 1917
Roberto Benigni
Ferdinand Marcos
Roseanne Barr
Fernando Rey
Jim Cummings
El Santo
David Petraeus
Bill Farmer
Randy Savage
Shigeru Miyamoto
Mandy Patinkin
Michael Dorn
Allan Simonsen
CCH Pounder
Antonia Maury
Curly Howard
Sveinn Björnsson
Patriarch Callistratus of Georgia
King George VI
Carlos Julio Arosemena Tola
Theodoros Pangalos
Andries Jan Pieters
Don Stephen Senanayake
King Jigme Wangchuck
Maria Montessori
Juan Bautista Pérez
Thomas Walsh
Sergei Merkurov
Felix Calonder
Pedro Lascuráin
Eva Perón
Reverend and Servant of God Guillermo Tritschler y Córdova
Alberto Hurtado
Hiranuma Kiichirō
José Vicente de Freitas
Kaarlo Juho Ståhlberg
Hattie McDaniel
Billy Hughes
Chaim Weizmann
Vittorio Emanuele Orlando
Joe Strummer
Randy Savage

1917 – Sydney Newman, Canadian screenwriter and producer, co-created Doctor Who (d. 1997)

- April 1

April 1

- 1952

March 3 – Sameera Moussa, Egyptian nuclear scientist (d. 1952)

- 1917
1952 Summer Olympic Games
Inversion of lambda Mandelbrot set with different translations
A coordinate grid prior to a Möbius transformation
P is the inverse of P with respect to the circle.
The same grid after a Möbius transformation
To construct the inverse P of a point P outside a circle Ø: Let r be the radius of Ø. Right triangles OPN and ONP are similar. OP is to r as r is to OP.
Examples of inversion of circles A to J with respect to the red circle at O. Circles A to F, which pass through O, map to straight lines. Circles G to J, which do not map to other circles. The reference circle and line L map to themselves. Circles intersect their inverses, if any, on the reference circle. In [ the SVG file,] click or hover over a circle to highlight it.
The polar line q to a point Q with respect to a circle of radius r centered on the point O. The point P is the inversion point of Q; the polar is the line through P that is perpendicular to the line containing O, P and Q.
Inversion of a sphere at the red sphere
Inversion of a spheroid (at the red sphere)
Inversion of a hyperboloid of one sheet
Stereographic projection as an inversion of a sphere
The inverse, with respect to the red circle, of a circle going through O (blue) is a line not going through O (green), and vice versa.
The inverse, with respect to the red circle, of a circle not going through O (blue) is a circle not going through O (green), and vice versa.
Inversion with respect to a circle does not map the center of the circle to the center of its image

In mathematics, 6-sphere coordinates are a coordinate system for three-dimensional space obtained by inverting the 3D Cartesian coordinates across the unit 2-sphere -separable]] for the 3-variable Laplace equation.

- 6-sphere coordinates

From this perspective, the transformation properties of flat conformal space are those of inversive geometry.

- Conformal geometry

The 6-sphere coordinates are a coordinate system for three-dimensional space obtained by inverting the Cartesian coordinates.

- Inversive geometry
Inversion of lambda Mandelbrot set with different translations
Borussia Dortmund in 1913
Historical logos of predecessor side Kölner BC
Map of the Lower Rhenish–Westphalian Circle in 1799 by John Cary
Historical chart of Borussia Dortmund league performance after WWII
Historical chart of 1. FC Köln league performance
Ratification of the Peace of Westphalia of 1648 in Münster by Gerard Terborch
Borussia Dortmund in 2007
Mascot Hennes VIII
Geographic map of North Rhine-Westphalia
Borussia Dortmund players celebrate winning the Bundesliga in 2011
Borussia Dortmund fans at Wembley Stadium during the 2013 Champions League Final
Signal Iduna Park is the biggest stadium in Germany
Landtag in Düsseldorf
The Borusseum, a museum about Borussia Dortmund
ThyssenKrupp headquarters in Essen
Chairman Hans-Joachim Watzke
Transportsystem Rhein-Ruhr in 2014
Club captain Marco Reus
Stadtbahn in Dortmund
Head coach Marco Rose
Autobahn A40 in Essen
Head of first-team football Sebastian Kehl
Airport in front of Cologne's skyline
Technical director Edin Terzić
RWTH Aachen
Director of football Michael Zorc has the most appearances for the club
Signal Iduna Park, the stadium of Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund, is the largest stadium in Germany.
Medieval architecture in Aachen
Cölner Hofbräu Früh in Cologne
1974–1976 and 1978–1993
Reinoldikirche and Alter Markt in Dortmund
The Historical City Hall in Münster
Gate and Tower of the medieval town-fortification in Warburg
Timber framing in Monschau
Schloss Nordkirchen
Eckmaenneken-House in Warburg; eldest-dated timber-framed-house of Westphalia
The Imperial Abbey of Corvey
Hermann's Monument nearby Detmold
Paderborn Cathedral
The Zeche Zollern in Dortmund
Hotel Römischer Kaiser in Düsseldorf
Neuer Zollhof in Düsseldorf
Haus Lange and Haus Esters in Krefeld
The Langen Foundation in Neuss
The Schwebebahn in Wuppertal
MARTa Herford
Augustusburg and Falkenlust
Aachen Cathedral
Cologne Cathedral
The Zollverein Coal Mine

Ballspielverein Borussia 09 e. V. Dortmund, commonly known as Borussia Dortmund, BVB , or simply Dortmund , is a German professional sports club based in Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia.

- Borussia Dortmund

1. Fußball-Club Köln 01/07 e. V., commonly known as simply FC Köln or FC Cologne in English, is a German professional football club based in Cologne in North Rhine-Westphalia.

- 1. FC Köln

NRW is home to several football clubs of the Bundesliga including Arminia Bielefeld, Bayer 04 Leverkusen, Borussia Dortmund, Borussia Mönchengladbach, 1. FC Köln, and VfL Bochum and the 2. Bundesliga including Fortuna Düsseldorf, FC Schalke 04, and SC Paderborn 07.

- North Rhine-Westphalia
Areas in Southern Sweden with a Finnish-speaking population (2005)
Nordic flags
Birch bark letter no. 292 is the oldest known document in any Finnic language.
Finland on a medieval map, which is part of the Carta marina (1539)
Effigy of Queen Margaret, founder and ruler of the Kalmar Union
Mikael Agricola, a 19th-century drawing by Albert Edelfelt
Reconstruction of Stone Age dwelling from Kierikki, Oulu
Kalmar Union, c. 1400
Elias Lönnrot as depicted in a 19th-century caricature – Lönnrot made several journeys to Karelia and Eastern Finland to collect folklore, from which he compiled the Kalevala.
Stone Age bear head gavel found in Paltamo, Kainuu.
Nordic prime ministers at the Nordic Council meeting in 2014 in Stockholm
Map of Finnish dialects and forms of speech
An ancient Finnish man's outfit according to the findings of the Tuukkala Cemetery in Mikkeli, interpretation of 1889. The cemetery dates from the late 13th century to the early 15th century.
Satellite map of the European part of the Nordic countries, except for Jan Mayen and Svalbard
The Turku dialect is famous for its seemingly inverted questions. For example, "Ei me mittä kaffelle men?" looks like it means "So we don't go for coffees?" but actually means "Shall we go for coffees?"
Late Iron Age swords found in Finland
The Öresund Bridge between Malmö in Sweden and Copenhagen in Denmark
A sign in Savonian dialect: "You don't get cognac here, but proper wheat made buns and good strong Juhla Mokka-brand coffee you will have. Welcome."
The Swedish Empire following the Treaty of Roskilde of 1658.
Dark green: Sweden proper, as represented in the Riksdag of the Estates. Other greens: Swedish dominions and possessions
Share of total area in the Nordic countries in 2012
Example of a participle construction
Now lying within Helsinki, Suomenlinna is a UNESCO World Heritage Site consisting of an inhabited 18th-century sea fortress built on six islands. It is one of Finland's most popular tourist attractions.
The exclusive economic zones and territorial waters of the Kingdom of Denmark
Suomalaisen Sana-Lugun Coetus (1745) by Daniel Juslenius was the first comprehensive dictionary of the Finnish language with 16,000 entries.
Pioneers in Karelia (1900) by Pekka Halonen
Average temperatures in the capitals of the Nordic countries in 2012
The first page of Abckiria (1543), the first book written in the Finnish language. The spelling of Finnish in the book had many inconsistencies: for example, the sound could be represented by c, k or even g; the long u and the long i were represented by w and ij respectively, and ä was represented by e.
White firing squad executing Red soldiers after the Battle of Länkipohja (1918)
Signing the Helsinki Treaty in 1962
Finnish military leader and statesman C. G. E. Mannerheim as general officer leading the White Victory Parade at the end of the Finnish Civil War in Helsinki, 1918
Nordic Council in session at the Parliament of Norway in 2007
J. K. Paasikivi and P. E. Svinhufvud, both at the time future presidents of the Republic of Finland, discuss the Finnish monarchy project in 1918.
Vigdís Finnbogadóttir served as the fourth President of Iceland from 1980 to 1996 and was the world's first democratically elected female head of state
Finnish troops raise a flag on the cairn in April 1945 at the close of the World War II in Finland
Copenhagen Central Station with S-Trains
Areas ceded by Finland to the Soviet Union after World War II. The Porkkala land lease was returned to Finland in 1956.
GDP per capita of the Nordic sovereign states in USD from 1990 to 2017
Urho Kekkonen, the eighth president of Finland (1956–1982)
Statfjord oil platform in Norway is owned and operated by Equinor, which is the largest company in the Nordic countries
Finland joined the European Union in 1995 and signed the Lisbon Treaty in 2007.
The Port of Gothenburg is the largest port in the Nordic countries.
Topographic map of Finland
During the recent years, Denmark has invested heavily in windfarms
There are some 187,888 lakes in Finland larger than 500 square metres and 75,818 islands of over 0,5 km2 area, leading to the denomination "the land of a thousand lakes". Picture of Lake Pielinen in North Karelia.
Population density map of the Nordic countries (1996)
The brown bear (Ursus arctos) is Finland's national animal. It is also the largest carnivore in Finland.
Historical reenactment of a farmer wedding in Jomala, Åland
Köppen climate classification types of Finland
Sami man at Honningsvåg, Norway, wearing the traditional Gákti
The Parliament of Finland's main building along Mannerheimintie in Töölö, Helsinki
Faroese folk dancers in national costumes
The Session Hall of the Parliament of Finland
ABBA is one of the best-selling music artists of all time
The Court House of the Supreme Court
Søren Kierkegaard is considered to be the first existentialist philosopher
Martti Ahtisaari receiving the Nobel Peace Prize in 2008
Swedish author Astrid Lindgren together with Finnish author Tove Jansson in Stockholm in 1958
Finnish Leopard 2A4 tank Ps 273–106 in a combat demonstration at Comprehensive security exhibition 2015 in Tampere.
Flag of Åland
Sisu Nasu NA-110 tracked transport vehicle of the Finnish Army. Most conscripts receive training for warfare in winter, and transport vehicles such as this give mobility in heavy snow.
Nordic countries (orange and red) and Scandinavian countries (red)
People gathering at the Senate Square, Helsinki, right before the 2011 Helsinki Pride parade started.
The Barents Region
Angry Birds Land, a theme park in the Särkänniemi amusement park, in Tampere, Pirkanmaa; the mobile phone game Angry Birds, developed in Finland, has become a commercial hit both domestically and internationally.
A satellite photograph of Northern Europe
A treemap representing the exports of Finland in 2017
The two existing units of the Olkiluoto Nuclear Power Plant. On the far left is a visualization of a third unit, which, when completed, will become Finland's fifth commercial nuclear reactor.
Supply of electricity in Finland
The Oasis of the Seas was built at the Perno shipyard in Turku.
Flags of the Nordic countries from left to right: Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark
Medieval old town in Porvoo is one of the most popular tourist destinations in summers for those who are fascinated by the old look.
The historical Tavastia Castle (or Häme Castle) in Hämeenlinna, Tavastia Proper is located close to the Lake Vanajavesi.
Municipalities of Finland:
The Evangelical Lutheran Helsinki Cathedral
The Meilahti Tower Hospital, part of the Helsinki University Central Hospital (HUCH) in Töölö, Helsinki
Development of life expectancy in Finland
Helsinki Central Library Oodi was chosen as the best new public library in the world in 2019
Pupils at the school of Torvinen in Sodankylä, Finland, in the 1920s
Auditorium in Aalto University's main building, designed by Alvar Aalto
The library of the University of Eastern Finland in Snellmania, the Kuopio campus of the university
The sauna is strongly associated with Finnish culture
A smoke sauna in Ruka, Kuusamo
Mikael Agricola (1510–1557), Bishop of Turku, a prominent Lutheran Protestant reformer and the father of the Finnish written language
Akseli Gallen-Kallela, The Defense of the Sampo, 1896, Turku Art Museum
The Finnish composer Jean Sibelius (1865–1957) was a significant figure in the history of classical music.
Perttu Kivilaakso of Apocalyptica
The North Germanic languages in the Nordic countries
The Finnish filmmakers Edvin Laine and Matti Kassila in 1955
The Finnic languages in Northern Europe
Linus Torvalds, the Finnish software engineer best known for creating the popular open-source kernel Linux
The Sami languages in Northern Europe
Karelian pasty (karjalanpiirakka) is a traditional Finnish dish made from a thin rye crust with a filling of rice. Butter, often mixed with boiled egg (egg butter or munavoi), is spread over the hot pastries before eating.
Share of total population of the Nordic countries by country in January 2013
Paavo Nurmi lights the 1952 Summer Olympics flame
Life expectancy at birth in the Nordic countries in 2012
Finland's men's national ice hockey team is ranked as one of the best in the world. The team has won four world championships (1995, 2011, 2019 and 2022) and one Olympic gold medal (2022)
Marriages and divorces in the Nordic countries in 2012
Kankkunen on the Laajavuori stage of the 2010 Rally Finland
Immigrants in the Nordic countries in 2012
{{flagicon|DEN}} Vilhelm Hammershøi
{{flagicon|FIN}} Helene Schjerfbeck
{{flagicon|ISL}} Þórarinn B. Þorláksson
{{flagicon|NOR}} Edvard Munch
{{flagicon|SWE}} August Strindberg
{{flagicon|FAR}} Díðrikur á Skarvanesi
Vote percentage over time of the main social democratic parties in Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Norway.
Labour Party (Norway)
Swedish Social Democratic Party 
Social Democrats (Denmark)
Social Democratic Party of Finland

Finland (Suomi ; Finland ), officially the Republic of Finland (Suomen tasavalta; Republiken Finland ), is a Nordic country in Northern Europe.

- Finland

Finnish (endonym: suomi or suomen kieli ) is a Uralic language of the Finnic branch, spoken by the majority of the population in Finland and by ethnic Finns outside of Finland.

- Finnish language

It includes the sovereign states of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden; the autonomous territories of the Faroe Islands and Greenland; and the autonomous region of Åland.

- Nordic countries
Codex Vaticanus 354 S (028), an uncial codex with a Byzantine text, assigned to the Family K1
Codex Alexandrinus, the oldest Greek witness of the Byzantine text in the Gospels, close to the Family Π (Luke 12:54-13:4)
Codex Boreelianus, Byzantine manuscript, member of the Family E

The Greek text of the codex is a representative of the Byzantine text-type.

- Minuscule 324

The Greek text of the codex is a representative of the Byzantine text-type.

- Minuscule 14

2, 3, 6 (Gospels and Acts), 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 18, 21, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28 (except Mark), 29, 30, 32, 34, 35, 36, 37, 39, 40, 42, 44, 45, 46, 47, 49, 50, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57, 58, 60, 61 (Gospels and Acts), 63, 65, 66, 68, 69 (except Paul), 70, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 80, 82, 83, 84, 89, 90, 92, 93, 95, 97, 98, 99, 100, 103, 104 (except Paul), 105, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 116, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 155, 156, 159, 162, 167, 169, 170, 171, 177, 180 (except Acts), 181 (only Rev.), 182, 183, 185, 186, 187, 189, 190, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205 (Epistles), 206 (except Cath.), 207, 208, 209 (except Gospels and Rev.), 210, 212, 214, 215, 217, 218 (except Cath.

- Byzantine text-type
Codex Vaticanus 354 S (028), an uncial codex with a Byzantine text, assigned to the Family K1
Maduro in 2019
Maduro in 2022
The Supreme Tribunal of Justice (TSJ) meeting on 28 March 2017.
Mauricio Macri and Martín Palermo, football player of Boca Juniors.
Diosdado Cabello beside Maduro and his wife, Cilia Flores
Millions of Venezuelans protesting during the Mother of All Marches
MBR-200 members meeting in 1997 (Maduro is on the far left and Chávez is in the center)
Mural promoting the Constituent Assembly.
Macri in 2007
Maduro in 1999 as a Member of the National Constituent Assembly
President Nicolás Maduro casting the first vote.
Macri (center) with President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (left) and Buenos Aires Governor Daniel Scioli (right) in 2008
Foreign Minister Maduro, beside Tareck El Aissami, present Vladimir Putin the Key to the City of Caracas in April 2010
The red line represents percentage that say "No" to a Constituent Assembly. The green line represents percentage that say "Yes" to a Constituent Assembly. Dots are individual results of the polls seen below.
Macri on a 200 Series train on Line A of the Buenos Aires Underground, January 2013
Maduro taking the oath of office as president of Venezuela on 19 April 2013
Map of countries who recognize ANC
 Venezuela Approve Disapprove  Neutral
Macri with President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner during the inauguration of Autopista Illia in 2014
President Maduro among other Latin American leaders participating in a 2013 UNASUR summit
Macri inspecting Metropolitan Police graduates
President Maduro speaking at a Venezuelan Constituent Assembly session on 10 August 2017
Macri and Archbishop Jorge Bergoglio (now Pope Francis)
Maduro in January 2019 at the Supreme Tribunal of Justice building
Macri's 2015 presidential campaign logo
Maduro speaking at Supreme Tribunal of Justice in February 2017
Macri campaigning in Cordoba, in August 2015
Maduro meeting with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on 26 September 2016
Macri receives the presidential sash from acting president Federico Pinedo.
Foreign leaders greet Maduro at Maduro's second inauguration on 10 January 2019
Macri at the World Economic Forum, January 2018.
Sentence of the Supreme Tribunal in exile that annuls the 2013 presidential elections and requests the presidency and the CNE to send a certified copy of the president's birth certificate, as well as the resignation from his Colombian nationality
Argentine delegation to the World Economic Forum in Davos, in 2016. It was the return of the country to the conference after 11 years of absence.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo discussed Venezuela with Brazil's new president Jair Bolsonaro in January 2019
Macri with former president Bill Clinton, Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi, economist Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and London mayor Sadiq Khan at the Clinton Global Initiative
President Donald Trump warned Venezuelan soldiers to renounce loyalty to Nicolás Maduro.
Macri negotiating the loan with Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the IMF.
A food box provided by CLAP, with the supplier (Grand Group Limited, owned by Maduro) receiving government funds
Macri announcing an investment deal for the Vaca Muerta shale deposit in Patagonia
Source: Datanálisis through July 2017; March 2019 is 14%
Mauricio Macri, US president Donald Trump and their respective first ladies, at the White House in the United States
Nicolás Maduro's 2018 presidential campaign logo.
Macri and German chancellor Angela Merkel during the 2017 G20 Summit in Hamburg
Macri acknowledged Juan Guaidó as president of Venezuela during the 2019 Venezuelan presidential crisis.
Mauricio Macri during the electoral campaign of 2017
Demonstration in support of Maldonado during the Day of Remembrance for Truth and Justice.
Arms of Mauricio Macri as member of the Order of Isabella the Catholic

Unlike the 1999 Constituent National Assembly, which was assembled following a referendum, the 2017 election was convened by the presidential decree of President Nicolás Maduro.

- 2017 Venezuelan Constituent Assembly election

Multiple nations did not recognize the Constituent Assembly election or the validity of Maduro's 2018 reelection, and several proceeded to sanction Maduro.

- Nicolás Maduro

Macri strongly opposed the government of Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela for human rights abuses and called for a restoration of democracy in the country.

- Mauricio Macri
Maduro in 2019
Fandango in April 2016
Dashwood in March 2015
Neidhart in 2016
Hussey as Johnny Curtis in Deep South Wrestling (DSW)
As part of her fan favourite character, Emma began performing a comical signature dance, as seen here
Neidhart during her early wrestling days performing the Sharpshooter on Ariel in 2006
Curtis in action against Percy Watson at a WWE event
Emma (center), along fellow Team B.A.D. & Blonde members, walking to the ring before their match at the WrestleMania 32 event in April 2016
Natalya (left) along with Victoria (on ropes) during a house show in 2008
Fandango and Summer Rae
Dashwood making her entrance at ROH's and NJPW's War of the Worlds tour in May 2018
Natalya (center) along the other members of The Hart Dynasty, Tyson Kidd (left) and David Hart Smith in 2010
Fandango in November 2013
Natalya applying a double sharpshooter on Eve Torres and Layla at the 2011 Royal Rumble event
Natalya before a match on SmackDown in April 2012
Natalya before a match on Raw in March 2015
Natalya (far left) performing her entrance with her fellow Total Divas co-stars at WrestleMania 32 in April 2016
Natalya is a former Divas Champion...
...and a former SmackDown Women's Champion, making her a two-time women's world champion in WWE
Natalya and Beth Phoenix at a live event in 2019

On the 18 December episode of NXT, Emma was challenged by Natalya for Emma's shot at the NXT Women's Championship, which was contested on the 1 January 2014 episode of NXT, in which Emma was victorious.

- Tenille Dashwood

At Hell in a Cell, Fandango and Summer Rae defeated Natalya and The Great Khali in a mixed tag team match.

- Fandango (wrestler)

Simultaneously, Natalya continued appearing alongside long–time ally The Great Khali, and the two began a feud with Fandango and the debúting Summer Rae, which led to a mixed tag team match at the Hell in a Cell pay–per–view, which Natalya and Khali lost.

- Natalya Neidhart
Fandango in April 2016