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Alief, Houston

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Arabia Petraea

Greek : ''Αραβία''). The Romans (ancient Rome) named three regions with the prefix "Arabia", encompassing a larger area than the current term "Arabian Peninsula": * Arabia Petraea: for the area that is today southern modern Syria, Jordan, the Sinai Peninsula and northwestern Saudi Arabia. It was the only one that became a province (Roman province), with Petra as its capital. * Arabia Deserta ("Desert Arabia"): signified the desert


Murrieta, California

, Alan Long, resigned after being arrested on October 16, 2014 on suspicion of seriously injuring four high school students while drunk driving. He posted a $50,000 bond the following day and was released. In a statement, Long said staying on as mayor “would only distract from the very important discussions we must all have on the future of our city, which would not be fair to any of us.” Long is seeking re-election once his current term expires. He also said “I want to make it very clear


Wheeling, West Virginia

Ward), Don Atkinson (5th Ward), and Vice-Mayor Eugene Fahey (6th Ward). City elections were held on May 8, 2012, and the current term began on July 1, 2012. City elections will be held again in 2016. Attractions thumb right West Virginia Independence Hall (File:West Virginia Independence Hall from southwest.jpg) Historical buildings The city of Wheeling has a rich and varied history. West Virginia Independence Hall was the site of the Wheeling Convention, two meetings held in 1861 that ultimately reversed Virginia's Ordinance of Secession. Twenty-six counties in Virginia's north and west voted against secession from the Union and created the new state of West Virginia, which the United States quickly admitted. Later in 1861 and continuing to 1863, the building was the site of many heated debates during the First Constitutional Convention of West Virginia First Constitutional Convention of West Virginia including the name of the new state. The Naming of West Virginia Wheeling is home to Centre Market, formerly Wheeling's market house. Built in 1853, Waterson, Steve. "Reopening of Centre Market today," ''Wheeling Intelligencer'', 18 May 1989, accessed 13 Apr 2008 the market house and the surrounding area have been adapted for use as retail shops and restaurants. The first official memorial monument in the state of West Virginia, dedicated specifically to men killed in the Vietnam War , was dedicated in Wheeling, with full military honors, in a Memorial Day 1986 ceremony. The monument was erected in front of the flagpole near the main shelter of Bethlehem Community Park in the village of Bethlehem, just southeast of Wheeling. The roughly 6 foot tall granite memorial consists of a large, bronze dedication plaque with the names of KIAs from the Wheeling Ohio County region. Below the dedication plaque is a bronze map of South Vietnam, complete with names of 28 major cities. Parks and recreation Wheeling features several municipal parks including Oglebay Resort & Conference Center (Oglebay Park) and Wheeling Park. Ohio County has six golf courses, including designs by renowned golfer Arnold Palmer and architect Robert Trent Jones. The Wheeling Suspension Bridge, which was once the longest suspension bridge in the world, connects downtown Wheeling to Wheeling Island. In October 2007 the City of Wheeling opened the state's first concrete skateboard park. The Retrieved on 11-30-2008.


Eugene, Oregon

have paid the current term or semester student incidental fee. ASUO About Page, Associated Students of the University of Oregon website, University of Oregon. thumb right Associated Students of the University of Oregon (ASUO) ASUO (File:Asuo.JPG) Window Sign, EMU Suite 4 The Associated Students of the University of Oregon (ASUO) is the student government at the University of Oregon. It is a non

of the United States federal -level campaign (political campaign)s. Membership consists of all students at the University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, who have paid the current term or semester student incidental fee. ASUO About Page, Associated Students of the University of Oregon website, University of Oregon. '''Eugene Airport''' , also known as '''Mahlon Sweet Field''', is a public


Equatorial Guinea

; In October 2012, during an interview with Christiane Ammanpour on CNN, Obiang was asked whether he would step down at the end of the current term (2009–2016) since the new constitution limited the number of terms to two and he has been reelected at least 4 times before. Obiang answered he refused to step aside because the new constitution was not retroactive and the two term limit would only become applicable from 2016. Interview


Hesse

of the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Prof. Dr. Peter Gruss, President of the Max Planck Society (having been elected for the term from 2002 to 2008 and reelected for the current term 2008-2014). DB negotiated with the states (States of Germany) of North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate and Hesse over the route. Each state had objections to the bypassing of the cities on the Rhine, particularly Bonn, Andernach


Saudi Arabia

: in Saudi Arabia they are 20% of the population, and in the United Arab Emirates they are 89%. During the Hellenistic period the area was known as ''Arabia'' or ''Aravia'' (in Greek (Greek language): ''Αραβία''). The Romans (ancient Rome) named three regions with the prefix "Arabia", encompassing a larger area than the current term "Arabian Peninsula": * Arabia Petraea: for the area that is today southern modern Syria, Jordan, the Sinai Peninsula


Syria

http: books.google.com books?id yySlh_dSElQC&pg PA308 title Multicultural odysseys: navigating ... - Google Books publisher Books.google.com date accessdate 2011-03-25 During the Hellenistic period the area was known as ''Arabia'' or ''Aravia'' (in Greek (Greek language): ''Αραβία''). The Romans (ancient Rome) named three regions with the prefix "Arabia", encompassing a larger area than the current term "Arabian Peninsula": * Arabia Petraea


Japan

specifications. Presidency In ''Debt of Honor'', Ryan returns to government service to deal with a second war between Japan and the United States. For a brief time Ryan is the National Security Advisor, but when Vice President (Vice President of the United States) Ed Kealty is forced to resign after a sex scandal, President Roger Durling taps him for the job. Ryan accepts the Office of Vice President on the condition that it is only until the end of Durling's current term. He


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