Monday, 29 September 2014

Marion Bartoli

Marion Bartoli ( born on 2 October 1984) is a French previous expert tennis player. She likewise won eight Women's Tennis Association singles titles and three pairs titles. She affirmed her prompt retirement from expert tennis on 14 August 2013.

Bartoli vanquished three ruling world no. 1. She was known for her unconventional style of play utilizing two active both her forehand and strike. On 30 January 2012 she arrived at a profession high positioning of no. 7 on the planet; she came back to this positioning on 8 July 2013 in the wake of triumphing at Wimbledon. Bartoli arrived at in any event the quarter-last stage at each of the four Grand Slams. Her win at Wimbledon made her just the sixth player in the open time to win the Championships without dropping a solitary set.[3] She is likewise the main player to have played at both the WTA Tour Championships and the WTA Tournament of Champions in 2011.

Friday, 1 March 2013


Nathalie... is a 2003 French drama film directed by Anne Fontaine, and starring Fanny Ardant, Emmanuelle Béart, and Gérard Depardieu. Catherine discovers that her husband Bernard is cheating on her. She decides to pay Parisian prostitute Nathalie to have an affair with her husband, and report back to her.

Monday, 16 July 2012


Abel Tasman first anchored just north of a small island in the southern part of this large bay in 1642, and landed in the area he named Frederick Henricx Bay (now Blackman Bay). The bay was later named after the Frenchman Marion du Fresne, who arrived in his ship the "Mascarin" with the "Marquis de Castries" in March 1772. Marion recorded that "One sailor found numbers of crayfish, lobsters and huge crabs,and the oysters there are good and abundant"

Marion’s landing is the first recorded sighting and description of the Tasmanian people by Europeans, unfortunately one of the Tasmanians was shot dead by Marion‘s men. Marion then sailed to New Zealand where he was killed by Māori in the Bay of Islands.

Sunday, 18 September 2011

Marion, South Australia

Marion (34°59′S 138°33′E) is a suburb located in the City of Marion in Adelaide around 10 km south-west from the CBD. Founded as a rural village in 1838 on the banks of the Sturt River, Marion was found to have rich soil and the population expanded rapidly. Colonel William Light laid out the plan for the village, as he had done with the City of Adelaide itself.

Marion is bordered on the north by Oaklands Road, on the east by Marion Road, on the south by Sturt Road and on the west by a roughly straight line from Finniss Street in the south to The Parade.