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Amman

and Montreal, with extensive reporting assignments in Haiti and Bosnia. She reported from Iraq while based in the region from 1991 to late 1993 before returning to the U.S. Arraf studied journalism at Carleton University in Ottawa. References Nazeri’s name has also been included in the list of the 500 Most Influential Muslims in the World, WikiPedia:Amman Dmoz:Regional Middle East Jordan Localities Amman Commons:Category:Amman


Haiti

, and produced stories for NPR's 'All Things Considered' and Britain's Channel Four television. Before joining CNN, Arraf was a Washington D.C.-based correspondent for Reuters Financial Television, covering Congress (United States Congress), the White House and the United States Treasury Department. She had previously served with Reuters as a correspondent editor in Washington, DC, New York, Amman, Jordan and Montreal, with extensive reporting assignments in Haiti and Bosnia. She reported from Iraq while based in the region from 1991 to late 1993 before returning to the U.S. Arraf studied journalism at Carleton University in Ottawa. References '''Plan''' is a global children’s charity which operates in 50 countries across Africa, Asia and the Americas. WikiPedia:Haiti Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Haiti Commons:Category:Haiti


White House

, and produced stories for NPR's 'All Things Considered' and Britain's Channel Four television. Before joining CNN, Arraf was a Washington D.C.-based correspondent for Reuters Financial Television, covering Congress (United States Congress), the White House and the United States Treasury Department. She had previously served with Reuters as a correspondent editor in Washington, DC, New York, Amman, Jordan and Montreal, with extensive reporting assignments in Haiti and Bosnia. She reported from Iraq while based in the region from 1991 to late 1993 before returning to the U.S. Arraf studied journalism at Carleton University in Ottawa. References Note that the White House, the Capitol building (United States Capitol), and the United States Supreme Court Building are recorded in the National Register's NRIS database as a National Historic Landmarks, but these a matter of law three buildings and associated buildings and grounds are legally exempted from listing in the National Register of Historic Places, according to the Historic Preservation Act of 1966, Section 107 (16 U.S.C. 470g). She moved to Washington, DC as a Democrat (United States Democratic Party) in 1966, working on issues concerning the handicapped (Disability). In 1968 she became an independent (independent (politics)) and worked in the Nixon (Richard M. Nixon) White House as executive director of the President's Committee for Consumer Interests. Nixon appointed her to a seven-year term on the Federal Trade Commission. In 1975, she became a Republican. Military assignment history In October 1920, Harmon was assigned as assistant executive in the Office of the Chief of the Air Service at Washington, D.C. and served as an aide at the White House. In July 1924, he was transferred to Bolling Field (Bolling Air Force Base), and then to McCook Field, Ohio, where he entered the Air Service Engineering School, from which he graduated in August 1925. He returned to the Office of the Chief of the Air Service in 1926 as chief of the Information Division and again served as an aide at the White House. From 1927 to 1929, Harmon served as military attache for aviation in London. He then was assigned as an instructor at the United States Military Academy. In 1933, he graduated from the Air Corps Tactical School at Maxwell Field, Alabama, and in 1935, he graduated from the Command and General Staff School at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. In 1936, he was made commander of the 19th Bombardment Group. Harmon graduated from the Army War College in 1938, and was then assigned to the War Department General Staff as chief of the Operations Branch, Personnel Division. Graduates Many prep school graduates have gone on to distinguish themselves in military and academic areas at the Academy. Nine prep school graduates have held the Cadet Wing's top leadership position as cadet wing commander, and prep school graduates have earned prestigious awards, including the Rhodes Scholarship, Fulbright Scholarship, Order of the Daedalians Scholarship, and the Guggenheim Fellowship. A number of prep school graduates have gone on to become general officers, Air Force Cross (Air Force Cross (United States)) and Silver Star recipients, and astronauts. Other honors earned by prep school graduates include a White House fellowship, a Thunderbird (Thunderbirds (squadron)) pilot and a winner of the coveted Jabara Award "School Alumni page'' ,"August 2010 . Since Thomas Jefferson's second inaugural on March 4, 1805, it has become tradition for the president to parade down Pennsylvania Avenue from the Capitol to the White House. The only president not to parade down Pennsylvania Avenue was Ronald Reagan in his second inauguration in 1985, due to freezing cold temperatures made dangerous by high winds. Reagan paraded down Pennsylvania Avenue during his first inauguration, in 1981, amidst the celebrations that broke out across the country because of news just minutes into his term that the 52 American hostages held in Iran (Iran hostage crisis) for the previous 444 days had been released. In 1977, Jimmy Carter walked from the Capitol to the White House, although for security reasons, subsequent presidents have only walked a part of the way. Career and influence Peter Newman is best known internationally for popularizing the term ‘automobile dependence (Automobile dependency)’ in the second half of the 1980s to explain how the cities of the time based on sprawling suburbs were inevitably leading to the growth in automobile use. (The term had actually existed since 1911.) WikiPedia:White House, Tennessee Dmoz:Regional North_America United_States Tennessee Localities W White_House


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