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Paraíso, Tabasco

or smoked. Other foods include iguana, freshwater turtle and grilled pejelagarto fish. Sweets include those made with coconut, pineapple and soursop. The most traditional drink of the area is pozol, usually made without cacao. 250px thumb Villahermosa-Comalcalco-Paraíso state highway. (File:Tabasco autopista a Dos Bocas.JPG) The municipality has a number of local publications including newspapers El Casabel


Tal Afar

Postal Service turned Local Historian is also interred here. Len's writings appeared in numerous local publications, including the Telegraph Herald and Julien's Journal. In September 2005, Iraqi and US forces conducted a counter-insurgency operation in the predominantly Turkmen (Iraqi Turkmen) town of Tal Afar. According to an AP (Associated Press), report, an Iraqi Army Captain claimed that Iraqi forces arrested 150 non-Iraqi Arabs (Syria, Sudan, Yemen and Jordan) in the operation; wikipedia:Tal Afar


Chernihiv

-Blakytnyi . He also met Mykhailo Kotsiubynsky who influenced greatly his early works. In 1912-1913 Tychyna's works get published in the various local publications. In 1913-1917 he was studying at the Economics department of the Kiev Commercial Institute which he did not finish. At the same time, he worked on the editorial boards of the Kiev newspaper Rada (Rada (newspaper)) and the magazine Svitlo (1913–14). In summers he worked for the Chernihiv statistical bureau. Later he


Zamboanga City

cities have existing trade relations and have had historical cultural interactions. Zamboanga has 40 radio stations. There are also 11 regular TV stations and 3 cable TV stations. Several local publications are operating in the various parts of the city and nearby


Birmingham, Alabama

'', ''Shelby'', ''South'', and ''West'' that cover news stories from those areas. The newspaper has been awarded two Pulitzer Prizes, in 1991 and 2007. The ''Birmingham Post-Herald'', the city's second daily, published its last issue in 2006. Other local publications include ''The North Jefferson News, The Leeds News, ''The Trussville Tribune'' (Trussville, Clay and Pinson), The Western Star'' (Bessemer) and ''The Western Tribune'' (Bessemer). ''Weld for Birmingham'', ''Birmingham Weekly'' and ''Birmingham Free Press'' He entered the Army on September 1, 1942, and was a member of the 2nd Battalion, 29th Quartermaster Regiment. He was a passenger aboard the Dutch (Netherlands) steamer USAT ''s'Jacob'' (SS s'Jacob) on March 8, 1943, which was near Porlock Harbor (Porlock Bay, Papua New Guinea), New Guinea, when the ship was hit by Japanese bombers. 125px right thumb City plan of Birmingham, Alabama drawn by Warren Manning. (Image:Birmingham District copy.jpg) In 1919, Manning’s talents took him to Birmingham, Alabama, where he worked on a new design for the city. He recommended a radical resource-based plan which included “multiple neighborhood-based centers determined by available resources” (Karson, 2001). He also makes note of the importance of parks throughout the city stating that “the cities that are best designed have about one-eight of their area in parks and about one acre to 75 people” (Manning, 1919). This approach was in direct contrast to the then popular City Beautiful movement which emphasized monumental civic centers and Beaux Arts architecture style public buildings (Karson, 2001). The architectural design of the Chicago Columbian Exposition was based in the City Beautiful movement, but now, on his own, Manning decided on a different course following his own landscape theories which were based on the natural available resources. This idea was the basis for his creation of the “wild garden” which he applied to many of his landscape designs.


Calgary

Corporation Torstar 's ''Hamilton Spectator'', Edmonton's ''Vue Weekly'' , Vancouver's Georgia Straight, New Brunswick's Telegraph Journal and French paper l'Acadie Nouvelle, Sun Media papers such as the ''London Free Press'' and a few local publications of the regional Osprey Media and Black Press Black Press (not affiliated with Conrad Black), such as ''Kamloops This Week'' and the ''Red Deer Advocate'', as well as the Winnipeg Free Press and Calgary's independent Fast Forward Weekly. Catherine Raaflaub, former Appleby Assistant Headmaster (School & Community Relations), became Headmaster of Strathcona Tweedsmuir School near Calgary, Alberta, between 2004 and 2006, but then returned to Appleby to assume the role of Assistant Headmaster (School & Community Relations) and Director, Advancement. foundation 1947 location Calgary, AB (Alberta), Canada key_people Ron Southern, Founder Nancy Southern, President & Chief Executive Officer History ATCO was founded in 1947, with matching cash investments by Ron Southern and his father S.D. Southern, under the name Alberta Trailer Hire, renting utility trailers in the Calgary area. As the company's operations grew, they also began to sell trailers, first becoming the Alberta Trailer Company, then ATCO. By the early 1960s, the company had operations across North America and in Australia. Agrium was founded as Cominco Fertilizers, Limited (short for Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company Limited http: www.michaelkluckner.com bciw4blaylock.html ). in 1931 and changed its name to Agrium, Incorporated. in 1995. Agrium is headquartered in Calgary, Canada. '''Agrium U.S. Incorporated''', a subsidiary company, is based in Denver, Colorado and is the location of Agrium's retail head office. The company is a part-owner of Canpotex, which manages all potash exporting from Saskatchewan. The company owns, manages and develops office properties in the downtown core of the American cities of New York City, New York; Washington, D.C.; Boston, Massachusetts; Houston, Texas; Los Angeles, California; Denver, Colorado; and Minneapolis, Minnesota; as well as the Canadian cities of Toronto, Calgary, Alberta; Ottawa, Ontario; and Vancouver, British Columbia. Its properties include One Liberty Plaza and the World Financial Center in New York City; Brookfield Place (formerly BCE Place), First Canadian Place, and Queen's Quay Terminal in Toronto; Place de Ville and the John Edmunds Towers in Ottawa, Canadian Western Bank Place and Enbridge Tower in Edmonton, Alberta; Suncor Energy Centre, Fifth Avenue Place, Altius Centre, Herald Building, and Bankers Hall in Calgary; and Royal Centre (Royal Centre (Vancouver)) in Vancouver. It also operates real estate service businesses and has a land-development business primarily based in Canada. '''Esprit Energy Trust''' (TSX symbol EEE.UN) (formerly '''Esprit Exploration''') was a Calgary, Alberta based oil (Petroleum) and gas trust. It was founded in 1988, and merged with Pengrowth Energy Trust on October 2, 2006. External links '''Alfred (Al) Herman Duerr''' (born in 1951 in Humboldt, Saskatchewan) is a former Canadian politician who served as the 34th Mayor of Calgary, Alberta from 1989 to 2001, and a city alderman from 1983 to 1989. He is the Chief Executive Officer of Emergo Projects International, and serves on the board of directors for two other companies in Calgary. commons:Calgary


Vancouver

Torstar 's ''Hamilton Spectator'', Edmonton's ''Vue Weekly'' , Vancouver's Georgia Straight, New Brunswick's Telegraph Journal and French paper l'Acadie Nouvelle, Sun Media papers such as the ''London Free Press'' and a few local publications of the regional Osprey Media and Black Press Black Press (not affiliated with Conrad Black), such as ''Kamloops This Week'' and the ''Red Deer Advocate'', as well as the Winnipeg Free Press and Calgary's independent Fast Forward Weekly. * In 1993, Monica Seles was stabbed by a Steffi Graf fan during a changeover at a tennis match in Germany. * In 1994, Vancouver Canucks fans rioted (1994 Stanley Cup riot) in the streets of Vancouver after their team lost in the Stanley Cup finals (1994 Stanley Cup Finals). * During the 1994 FIFA World Cup, Colombian (Colombia national football team) football (soccer) player Andrés Escobar accidentally scored an own goal in a match against the United States (United States men's national soccer team), a match which Colombia lost 2-1. On his return to Colombia, Escobar was confronted outside a bar in Medellín by a gunman who shot the player six times, killing him. The gunman reportedly shouted "''¡Gol!''" ("Goal!") for each bullet fired. On the Strait of Georgia on the north-eastern coast of Vancouver Island in the shadow of Mount Arrowsmith, the community has been a popular tourist destination, being near Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia) and Vancouver, as well as a retirement community. It is served by the Island Highway (the main northwest-southeast highway on the island), a daily train, an airport, and a nearby ferry to Lasqueti Island. The community is dotted with rental cottages along the coast. It has the oldest average population in Canada with a median age of 60.9 in 2006 WikiPedia:Vancouver dmoz:Regional North America Canada British Columbia Localities V Vancouver Commons:Category:Vancouver


Argentina

businesswoman . Despite the large number of local publications, the French and Belgian editors release numerous adaptations of comics from all over the world. In particular these include other European publications, from countries such as Italy, with Hugo Pratt and Milo Manara, Spain, with Daniel Torres (Daniel Torres (comics)), and Argentina, with Alberto Breccia, Héctor Germán Oesterheld and José Antonio Muñoz. Some well


Iraq

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Italy

. In northwest Italy the church of Sant’Ilario at Casale Monferrato was dedicated to him as early as 380. Despite the large number of local publications, the French and Belgian editors release numerous adaptations of comics from all over the world. In particular these include other European publications, from countries such as Italy, with Hugo Pratt and Milo Manara, Spain, with Daniel Torres (Daniel Torres (comics)), and Argentina


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