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Leaside

by the Canadian Northern Railway as middle class suburbs, though both, Leaside in particular, featured large industrial tracts. Leaside had its own municipal government until 1967, while Mount Royal continues to enjoy autonomy from the City of Montreal . Metro Toronto was composed of the City of Toronto (Toronto (former)), the towns of New Toronto, Mimico, Weston (Weston, Toronto), and Leaside; the villages of Long Branch, Ontario Long Branch


Mount Royal, Quebec

eastern tip of the borough. In the modern suburban context, several "New Towns" were established in the suburbs of large cities. Early examples include Leaside in Toronto and Mount Royal (Mount Royal, Quebec) in Montreal. Both were planned and developed by the Canadian Northern Railway as middle class suburbs, though both, Leaside in particular, featured large industrial tracts. Leaside had its own municipal government until 1967, while Mount Royal continues to enjoy autonomy


Taipei

collaborated with interactive music pioneer George Lewis (trombonist) to create a series of live performances that featured large projections of interactive video controlled by Lewis's improvised trombone playing. Performances by Don Ritter Their first performance was presented in 1988 at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts. These performances used Orpheus, VJ Software: Don Ritter's Orpheus an interactive software developed by Ritter that enables real time video to be controlled by a musical instrument. Orpheus by Don Ritter '''Insyde Software''' ( WikiPedia:Taipei Dmoz:Regional Asia Taiwan Localities Taipei City commons:台北市


United States

blocks, with the ground floor divided into wide bays by columns and featured large semi-circular windows at first floor level and a heavy dentilated cornice (cornice (architecture)) above. '''Pope John XXIII High School''' is a Catholic school in unincorporated Harris County (Harris County, Texas), Texas, United States. The school is part of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, led by Archbishop Daniel DiNardo. In September 1999, Phalen colliery


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