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feature called


Blackpool

;the prince of ringmasters". Lockhart became synonymous with the Belle Vue Circus, and his face was used on many advertising posters. Zoo superintendent Gerald Iles included some of the zoo's animals in the circus, in a feature called Noah's Ark. Career Chávez attended the school of aviation established by Henry (Henry Farman) and Maurice Farman where


Wellington

capital city. Whiteshill also has a primary school; Whiteshill Primary School, in Main Road. Its Head September 2011 is Mrs Diane Bainbridge. During the Second World War a Wellington bomber crashed nearby, in the local feature called 'Cahrley's Ponds'; it is understood that all the Canadian crew perished. Tony Adams a famous footballer who formally played Arsenal also lives in the local area. His son plays for Blue square bet premier side Forest


Seoul

ranking was World No. 3. One such action took place at a feature called "the Hook", a crescent shaped ridge near Sami Creek, a tributary of the Imjin River near Kaesong. This ridge was a place of tactical importance in the Commonwealth (Commonwealth of Nations) sector: it was a potential attack point which the Chinese needed to take before assaulting Yong Dong, and opening up an invasion route to Seoul, the South Korean capital. Unseeded at the US Open (US Open (tennis)), she defeated Martina Müller of Germany, and then 22nd seed Katarina Srebotnik of Slovenia. She then lost to unseeded Julia Vakulenko of Ukraine. After the US Open, she appeared in the Sunfeast Open. There, Kirilenko won her second WTA Tour singles title, defeating unseeded Mariya Koryttseva of Ukraine in straight sets. The next week at a tournament in Seoul, Kirilenko, as the fourth seed also reached the finals, but lost to top seed Venus Williams. '''T-money''' is a rechargeable series of cards and other "smart" devices used for paying transportation fares in and around Seoul and other areas of South Korea. T-money can also be used in lieu of cash or credit cards in some convenience stores and other businesses. The T-money System has been implemented and is being operated by Korea Smart Card Co., Ltd which is 34.4% owned by Seoul Metropolitan City Government, 31.85% owned by LG CNS , and 15.73% owned by Credit Card Union. Similar to its predecessor, the "Seoul Bus Card", T-money can be used to pay for bus, subway and some taxi fares. T-money is accepted by: * All Seoul, Gyeonggi-do, Incheon, Busan, Daegu, and Daejeon buses * Seoul, Incheon, Busan, Daegu and Daejeon Metropolitan Subway networks use office, entertainment plaza location Yeouido Island, Seoul, South Korea roof 249 m (817 ft) The '''63 Building''' (Hangul: 63 빌딩 or 육삼 빌딩), officially the '''63 City''', is a skyscraper on Yeouido island, overlooking the Han River (Han River (Korea)) in Seoul, South Korea. It was designed by the American architectural firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) (Skidmore,_Owings_and_Merrill) Commons:Category:Seoul Wikipedia:Seoul


Hollywood

: a 1938 musical feature called ''The Duke is Tops'' (later reissued with Horne's name above the title as ''The Bronze Venus''); and a 1941 two-reel short subject, ''Boogie Woogie Dream'', featuring pianists Pete Johnson and Albert Ammons. Horne's songs from ''Boogie Woogie Dream'' were later released individually as soundies. Horne was primarily a nightclub performer during this period, and it was during a 1943 club engagement in Hollywood that talent scouts approached Horne to work


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