to start all over again. The protagonists’ behaviours are opposite to each other: Simon is down to earth and find himself awkward by Dúa’s eccentric beliefs in astrology, who considers Simon as a typical Scorpio and thus avoid deepening into a more serious relationship, partly because of the feeling of his paternity. * The Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion was one of the four stadiums hosting games during the 2006 FIFA World Cup whose name were ''not'' changed to ''FIFA World Cup Stadium XYZ'', as the dedication to Gottlieb Daimler was not interpreted as advertisement (i.e. for DaimlerChrysler). All others, such as the Allianz-Arena in Munich or the AOL-Arena in Hamburg were obliged to remove all visual references to their stadiums' name (Allianz) sponsors (AOL). Heino Gaze has written the German (German language) lyrics. The German title is identical with the original title. Bibi Johns und Die Starlets, Franz Thon und das Tanzorchester des NWDR, Hamburg, recorded it in Hamburg on September 5, 1954. The song was released by Electrola Records as catalog number EG 8116. Its first performance outside Russia was in Hamburg on 3 January 1893, with Gustav Mahler conducting. Mahler also conducted the Vienna premiere on 22 March 1900. Gustav Mahler chronology 1891–1900 In New York City it has been produced in 1997 and 2011 by Dicapo Opera. Commons:Category:Hamburg Wikipedia:Hamburg Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Hamburg
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with 1960s-era pictures of the lieutenant governor wearing long hair, a beard, and tie-dyed clothing. Casey defeated Scranton by a margin of 79,000 votes. In 1930, the Atlantic City Convention Center (Boardwalk Hall) constructed a full-size indoor football field, and used it for one to three games a year during the 1930s; the stadium stopped hosting games in 1940 and did not resume hosting football games until 1961. In the 1960s the Boardwalk Bowl, a post-season game involving small college
team Panama , 3–1 in a penalty shootout (penalty shootout (football)) after the sides played to a scoreless draw. It again held the final 4 years later for the CONCACAF Gold Cup (2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup) which saw Mexico (Mexico national football team) defeat the USA (United States men's national soccer team) 5-0. It has seen many European soccer tours in recent years, hosting games involving such major soccer clubs as Manchester United (Manchester United F.C.), Rangers F.C., Celtic F.C, Chelsea (Chelsea F.C.), Liverpool (Liverpool F.C.), F.C Barcelona (Barcelona), and many others. The predominantly British (United Kingdom) town saw an influx of Italian (Italy) and Polish (Poland) immigrants from the immediate post-war period through the 1960s, and its proximity to Pearson International Airport (Toronto Pearson International Airport) (known as Malton Airport from 1939–1960) made it a magnet for immigrants from India (including a large Sikh community) and continues to attract them to this day. In 1941, she married John Henry Roths. They separated when they both enlisted for World War II service, he in the United States Marine Corps, she in the Women's Army Corps. In April 1945, while posted to a cryptography position in Italy, she began a relationship with an officer, William J. Murray, Jr. Murray was a married Roman Catholic (Roman Catholicism in the United States), and he refused to divorce his wife. Mays divorced Roths and began calling herself Madalyn Murray, and gave birth to a boy she named William J. Murray and nicknamed "Bill." thumb A manual piston espresso machine made by Elektra (espresso machines) Elektra (Image:Manual Elektra espresso machine.jpg). An '''espresso machine''' is used to produce the traditional Italian (Italy) coffee beverage called espresso. The bottom chamber contains the water. The middle chamber is a filter-basket and sits within the bottom chamber holding the ground coffee. The top chamber, with a metal filter, screws onto the bottom chamber. When the pot is heated on a stove, the pressure from the steam in the bottom chamber forces the water through a tube into the filter-basket, through the ground coffee, the metal filter, and it then funnels into the top chamber where the coffee is then ready to serve. They are commonly found in Italy, Spain and Portugal. They are also known as a macchinetta, Italian for "little machine". The archaeological remains of Atrans can be still seen in Trojane. In the Roman Empire, Trojane (Atrans) was on the border between Italy and the province (Roman province) of Noricum.