Dines Bjørner Origin/Culture/Country: Danish
Dines Bjørner: is a Danish computer scientist.He specializes in research into formal methods. He worked with Cliff Jones and others on the Vienna Development Method (VDM) at IBM in Vienna (and elsewhere). Later he was involved with producing the RAISE (Rigorous Approach to Industrial Software Engineering) formal method with tool support.
Alberto Dines Origin/Culture/Country: South America
Alberto Dines: a Brazilian journalist.He is one of the most respected journalists in Brazil and has been the publisher of important Brazilian newspapers like Jornal do Brasil. He is a recipient of the Maria Moors Cabot prize (1970). In October 2007 he received the Austrian Holocaust Memorial Award
Mircea Dinescu Origin/Culture/Country: Romanian
Mircea Dinescu: is a Romanian poet, editor and dissident. Nicknamed "The Jester-Poet", he is said to be the only one to have been once the doorman of the Writers' House in Bucharest and only some years later the Chairman of the Writers' Union that owns it.
Violeta Dinescu Origin/Culture/Country: German
Violeta Dinescu: is a Romanian composer, pianist and professor, living in Germany since 1982. In 1982 she moved to West Germany. Her first opera Hunger und Durst after Eugène Ionesco was premiered in Freiburg in 1986. Der 35. Mai (The 35th of May, or Conrad's Ride to the South Seas), a children's opera after Erich Kästner was composed in 1986, Eréndira after a short story by Gabriel García Márquez in 1992, Schachnovelle (The Royal Game) after Stefan Zweig in 1994. The operas have been performed at leading opera houses, as Der 35. Mai at the Staatsoper Hamburg in 2004. She worked for the Austrian theatre ARBOS on two music theatre projects, "The Singing of The Fools About Europe" and "The Concert of Birds". Herzriss, an opera in nuce for voice and percussion after Homer, Ionesco and Márquez, was premiered in 2005.
Mille Dinesen Origin/Culture/Country: Danish
Mille Dinesen: is a female Danish actress, who among other roles has played the main role of Nynne in the homonymous movie and television series from 2005 and 2006 respectively.
Thomas Fasti Dinesen Origin/Culture/Country: Danish
Thomas Fasti Dinesen: was a Danish recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. He was the younger brother of the noted author Karen Blixen (who used the pen name Isak Dinesen). For this action, Dinesen was awarded the Victoria Cross (or VC). He also received the French Croix de guerre. He later achieved the rank of lieutenant.
Positive praising will encourage the child to do the good behavior. It will also boost the confidence, and the child will grow positively.
If you find that the child is behaving wrong, try to find the reason behind it, instead of focusing on his attitude.
As you know, your child the best, discuss the issues beforehand and try to get a result which is good and positive for your child.
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