Teorema de la tapa wikipedia
Una gorra es un accesorio plano para la cabeza, normalmente con una visera. Las gorras tienen coronas que se ajustan a la cabeza. Aparecieron por primera vez en el año 3200 a.C. Las gorras suelen tener una visera, o no tienen borde. Son populares en entornos casuales e informales, y se ven en los deportes y la moda. Suelen estar diseñadas para abrigarse, y a menudo incorporan una visera para bloquear la luz del sol de los ojos. Las hay de muchas formas, tamaños y de diferentes marcas. Las gorras de béisbol son uno de los tipos de gorra más comunes.
El casco Meyrick es un casco celta: casco british que probablemente se originó en el norte de Inglaterra en el siglo I d.C. El plano que se extiende desde el borde está destinado a proteger la parte posterior del cuello, aunque algunos teorizan que podría haberse girado al revés para proteger los ojos de la luz del sol durante la batalla.
Puede que las gorras empezaran como una forma de proteger a la gente del sol, pero ahora son mucho más que eso. Las gorras se han convertido en un elemento básico tanto en la industria del deporte como en la de la moda, y una lleva a la otra.
Sleeping cap wikipedia
Cap’n Jazz is a Midwest Emo band hailing from Chicago, Illinois, formed in 1989 by brothers Tim and Mike Kinsella, who were joined by Victor Villarroel and Sam Zurich. After several name changes and the addition of Davey Von Bohlen as guitarist, the band began to gain a cult following in the Chicago area and the Midwest.
The band went bankrupt in July 1995, shortly after the release of “Schmap’n Schmazz”. In 1998, the Jade Tree Records label assembled two retrospective Cap’n Jazz albums called Analphabetapolothology, which completes the band’s entire discography.
Despite their talents and influences standing on their own, they have also been notable for the important careers that former Cap’n Jazz members have charted since their breakup in 1995 and the wide range it opened up to certain bands of the era. The most notable bands are: Make Believe, The Promise Ring, American Football, Owls, Hot Water Music, Algernon Cadwallader, Ghosts and Vodka, The Blacktop Cadence, Joan of Arc and Owen.
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In a post-credits scene, Magath deduces that Zeke is alive and has allied with Paradis. Reiner suggests that Marley immediately invade the island to save Gabi and Falco before Zeke prepares for a counterattack.
Paige, new to the world of witchcraft and being a Sorceress, is learning to control her new power of telekinesis, and steals the Book of Shadows from Phoebe and Piper to cast spells for personal gain. Meanwhile, Piper’s inability to cope with her sister’s recent death makes her vulnerable to the Furies, vigilante female demons who try to lure her away. It is Paige who, in the end, manages to make the Fury-Piper discover her human side, becoming herself again.
While Paige makes a potion for Piper, she accidentally causes her and Phoebe to switch bodies. As the sisters attempt to reverse the spell, an apprentice ninja has turned evil and against his master, so the sisters must find a way to defeat him, while struggling to control their switched powers. Phoebe and Paige return to their respective bodies and the sisters defeat the ninja apprentice.
In the midst of considering Cole’s marriage proposal, Phoebe comes face to face with her boyfriend’s demonic past when a widow tracks him down seeking revenge for her husband’s murder. With the help of her sisters, Phoebe throws a potion at Cole, which takes away his demonic powers. Meanwhile, Paige encourages Piper and Leo to become parents.