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Bristol

(setting) Warhammer Fantasy universe. It is a wealthy city that has broken apart from the rest of the Empire (Empire (Warhammer)), and is roughly analogous to the 16th and 17th century Low Countries, although as with many of the Warhammer Background's Cities it also is heavy influenced by UK locations, in this case mainly Bristol. It is renowned for its flourishing sea trade and the flamboyant dress of its merchants. At the time of the setting of the Games Workshop game Mordheim


Syria

) : 1, 2, 4 or 6 minarets related to the size of the mosque. Slim, circular minarets of equal cross-section are common. ;Egypt (7th century) Syria (until 13th century) : Low square towers sitting at the four corners of the mosque. ;Iraq : For a free-standing conical minaret surrounded by a spiral staircase, see Malwiya. recognition Orthodox (Eastern Orthodox Church) primate Patriarch of the Holy City of Jerusalem and all Land of Israel Provintia Palestina


Boston

http: www.avclub.com content feature random_roles_leslie_mann accessdate 2008-02-13 While whistles have most often been produced in higher pitches, the "low" whistle (Tin whistle#Low whistles) is not unknown historically. The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston has in its collection an example of a 19th-century low whistle from the famous Galpin collection.


Iraq

, Kenya. Following the relocation efforts, ''Cleveland'' was ordered to steam into the North Persian Gulf to assist in deterring Iraq's massing of troops on the Kuwaiti border as part of Operation Vigilant Warrior. ;Egypt (7th century) Syria (until 13th century) : Low square towers sitting at the four corners of the mosque. ;Iraq : For a free-standing conical minaret surrounded by a spiral staircase, see Malwiya. ;Egypt (15th century) : Octagonal. Two


Egypt

, visited Nablus in 1355, and described it as a city "full of trees and streams and full of olives." He noted that the city grew and exported carob jam to Cairo and Damascus. ;Turkish (Turkey) (11th century) : 1, 2, 4 or 6 minarets related to the size of the mosque. Slim, circular minarets of equal cross-section are common. ;Egypt (7th century) Syria (until 13th century) : Low square towers sitting at the four corners


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