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Brighton and Hove

to the north, and to the county town of Lewes to the east. In 1846, the railway became the London Brighton and South Coast Railway following merger with other railways with lines between Portsmouth and Hastings. Listed status Brighton station was listed (Listed building) at Grade II* on 30 April 1973.

;http: www.ukfree.tv fullstory.php?storyid 1107051862 The pier was listed (Listed building) at Grade II* on 20 August 1971. As of February 2001, it was one of Grade


Worthing

; ref each had their own church: Broadwater's (Broadwater Church) had Saxon (Anglo-Saxons) origins, St Mary's Church, Goring-by-Sea St Mary's

at Goring-by-Sea was Norman (Norman conquest of England) (although it was rebuilt in 1837), St Andrew's (St Andrew's Church, West Tarring) at West Tarring was 13th

century, and St Botolph (St Botolph's Church, Heene)'s at Heene and St Symphorian's (St Symphorian's Church, Durrington) at Durrington were rebuilt from


Crawley

website Crawley's oldest church is St John the Baptist's (St John the Baptist's Church, Crawley), between the High Street and the Broadway


Ukraine

the uprising was suppressed, he prepared a detailed record of the operation, a 75-page report, bound in black leather and included copies of all communiqués sent to SS Police Leader East Friedrich-Wilhelm Kruger and photographs. Originally titled "The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is no more!", it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report" and would later be used as evidence at the Nuremberg Trials. Stroop then formally assumed the position of SS and Police Leader of Warsaw. Kruger presented an Iron Cross 1st Class (Iron Cross) to him on 18 June 1943 for the Warsaw Ghetto "action" at a gala reception in Warsaw’s Lazienki Park. '''La Manga Cup''' is a winter football (football (soccer)) tournament played in La Manga del Mar Menor (La Manga) (Murcia (Region of Murcia), Spain). Usual participants are clubs from countries with a summer football season: Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway (Football in Norway), Russia, Ukraine, and the United States and Canada (Major League Soccer). The first cup was played in 1999 which was won by Rosenborg BK. Since then, they have won the most tournaments with three. In 1854, two rabbinical students from Zhytomyr put on a play in Berdichev. Shortly afterward, the Ukrainian (Ukraine) Jew Abraham Goldfaden, generally considered the founder of the first professional Yiddish theatre troupe, attended that same rabbinical school, and while there is known to have played (in 1862) a woman's role in a play, ''Serkele'', by Solomon Ettinger. Shortly after that (1869, according to one source), Goldfaden wrote a dialogue ''Tsvey Shkheynes'' (''Two Neighbors''), apparently intended for the stage, and published with moderate success. Sandrow 2003, 9-10 Partial list of plays by Goldfaden on 4-wall.com. A short-lived Yiddish theater in Odessa in 1864 performed dramas ''Esther'' and ''Athalia''. Abraham Baer Gottlober's ''Decktuch'', like Ettinger's ''Serkele'', was written between 1830 and 1840, but published much later; Israel Aksenfeld (died ''c.'' 1868) wrote several dramas in Yiddish, which were probably not staged in his lifetime. Another early Yiddish dramatist was Joel Baer Falkovich (''Reb Chaimele der Koẓin'', Odessa, 1866; ''Rochel die Singerin'', Zhytomyr, 1868). Solomon Jacob Abramowitsch's ''Die Takse'' (1869) has the form of a drama, but, like Eliakim Zunser's later ''Mekirat Yosef'' (Vilnius, 1893), it was not intended for the stage. Gottheil and Wiernick, ''JE'', 1901–1906. Russian era If Yiddish theatre was born in Romania, its youth occurred in Imperial Russia, largely in what is now Ukraine. Israel Rosenberg's troupe (which later had a series of managers, including Goldfaden's brother Tulya, and which at one point split in two, with one half led by actor Jacob Adler (Jacob Pavlovich Adler)) gave Russia's first professional Yiddish theater performance in Odessa in 1878. Goldfaden himself soon came to Odessa, pushing Rosenberg's troupe into the provinces, and Osip Mikhailovich Lerner and N.M. Sheikevitch also founded a Yiddish theatre at Odessa, which for several years became the capital of Yiddish theatre. Adler, 1999, ''passim'' '''Nadvorna''' is a Hasidic rabbinical dynasty within Orthodox Judaism. The dynasty derives its name from the town of Nadvorna (Nadvirna), known in Ukrainian (Ukraine) as Nadvirna. The town was located in the province of East Galicia (Galicia (Eastern Europe)) in the Austro-Hungarian Empire until World War I; and between the two world wars, the town was located in Poland. Mykola Melnychenko was born in Kiev Oblast to a family of peasants. He graduated from the Kiev Military Institute of Control and Signals in Kiev and became a KGB communications protection expert. In 1992, soon after the collapse of Soviet Union, Melnychenko started his career in Ukraine's personal protection agency (Upravlinnia Derzhavnoyi Okhorony—formerly the Ninth Directorate of the KGB's Ukrainian SSR branch and now a part of the SBU (Security Service of Ukraine)). Later, he joined President Leonid Kuchma's team of bodyguards and at the time of the scandal, Melnychenko held the rank of Major. His main duty was to protect the President's office against possible eavesdropping. The Ukrainian (Ukraine) authorities have issued an international search warrant for Melnychenko, claiming that he is an 'important witness' and possible traitor of state secrets. However, no evidence of forced return or assassination efforts against Melnychenko were made public. Events following the scandal After he received asylum, Melnychenko started to become actively involved in Ukraine's politics and foreign relations (Foreign policy), making comments for media (Mass media) and writing books based on his records. Most importantly, the Major continues to refuse to reveal details of the recording process or at least to present the whole volume of tapes. Commons:Category:Ukraine WikiPedia:Ukraine Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine


United States

U.S.C. 531 (2007). '''LUD''' ('''L'''ocal '''U'''sage '''D'''etails) is a detailed record of local calls made and received from a particular phone number. These records are regularly available to police in the United States with a court order, and were traditionally subject to the same restrictions as telephone tapping. History Frank P. Cotter developed a "simple self sealing check valve, adapted to be connected in the pipe connections without


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