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her death in 2004. * Abu Dhabi becomes a British (United Kingdom) protectorate. * The Cadet Band (Highty-Tighties) (current day Highty-Tighties) of the Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College (current day Virginia Tech) is established in the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets. ** Theo van Gogh (Theo van Gogh (film director)), Dutch film director (b. 1957) ** Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, ruler of Abu Dhabi and President of United Arab Emirates the United Arab


; was remastered and re-released on Durtro Jnana records in 2004 and again in 2008 on vinyl by Mayfair Music. In the same year, after a thirty-five year absence from the music scene, he began touring again. His first performance was in support of the band Current 93 at St George the Martyr Church in Toronto in June 2004. Since then he has performed in Moscow, Athens, Glasgow, Barcelona, New York, Chicago and many other cities around the world. His second album, ''Magic Moments'', was his first new recording in 35 years and was released by Durtro Jnana. The head of the Church carries the title of ''Metropolitan of Moscow and all Russia'' (since 1988), with residence at the Rogozhskoye cemetery in Moscow. The current head of the Church, Metropolitan Korniliy (Titov) (formerly, the archbishop of Kazan and Vyatka (Kirov, Kirov Oblast)) was elected by the Most Holy Council on October 18, 2005. He was installed as Metropolitan (Metropolitan bishop) on October 23, 2005. From 1963 until 2002, the official title of its chief hierarch was ''Archbishop of Novozybkov, Moscow and all Russia''. In 2000, with the move of the Archbishop's residence to Moscow, the toponym Novozybkov was dropped from the title. Since March 2003, the official title of the church leader is ''Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia''. The current head of the Church is Patriarch Alexander (Kalinin; since 9 May 2000, Patriarch since 3 March 2003) 1990s, several bishops separated from the central administration of the Russian Old-Orthodox Church, forming two schismatic ecclesiastical bodies: * '''''Slavo-Georgian (Iberian) Old-Orthodox Church''''' (''Славяно-Грузинская Иверская Древлеправославная Церковь'') was created in the beginning of 1990s by two schismatic bishops (Leonty of Perm and Flavian of Moscow). This church has three bishops and a couple of parishes in Georgia (Georgia (country)) and in Russia. Its distinctive feature is that liturgical services are held in both Slavonic (Church Slavonic language) and Old Georgian (Georgian language), using pre-18th century Old Georgian liturgical books. * '''''Old Orthodox Church of Russia''''' (''Древлеправославная Церковь России'') was formed in 1999 in response to the alleged "Renovationist" policies of the church's central administration. It currently has three bishops and 12 parishes in Russian and Romania. Founded December 27, 1934 Headquarters Moscow, Russian SFSR FIFA affiliation 1946 History After the establishment of the Soviet regime in the former Russian Empire all its former affiliations abroad were discontinued. Football life in the country however has not stopped. In July 1920 there took place the first championship of the Russian SFSR that was won by the collective city team of Moscow. In September 1923 took place the first championship of the Soviet Union which was won also by team of Moscow. In August 1928 took place the All-Union Spartakiad which included a football tournament. thumb 200px right Fayzulla Khodzhayev (File:Fayzullo Ubaydulloyevich Xojayev.JPG) '''Fayzulla Ubaydullayevich Khodzhayev''' ( Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Moscow Commons:Category:Moscow Wikipedia:Moscow


in his songs. He plays live with Kat Kunz on bass and Professor Ray Gunn on drums as Gordon Bell & The Sinking Ships. He is also lead singer with a tribute to The Sensational Alex Harvey Band - Not The Sensational Alex Harvey Band. Current member countries of the WBTF include: Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Catalonia, Croatia, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Scotland

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