:55, 31 March 2006 (UTC) :::::Have you checked to make sure there are actually articles at all of them? Sometimes people enthusiastically add Interwiki links to where they think an article ''ought'' to be in other languages, even though there isn't one there yet. Angr (User:Angr) (talk (User talk:Angr) • contribs (Special:Contributions Angr)) 14:03, 31 March 2006 (UTC) :They glue people's heads back on ? LOL. But seriously, "decapitation" in a military sense means destruction
and as "''A formar!''" ("Fall in!", in the military sense) in the Catalan version. The manga is published by Norma Editorial under the title ''Keroro''. Norma Editorial: Catálogo: Keroro There are no name changes in either the manga or the anime. * In Portugal, the anime is aired in Spanish and subtitled in Portuguese on Panda Biggs (Canal Panda). In May 2006, Portugal's National Defense Minister, Luís Amado, showed interest in buying two ''Karel Doorman'' class frigates to replace the two remaining frigates of the ''João Belo'' class (João Belo class frigate) in service with the Portuguese Navy — instead of buying two frigates of the ''Oliver Hazard Perry'' class (Oliver Hazard Perry class frigate), offered by the United States. A committee of the Portuguese government arrived in the Netherlands to evaluate the condition of two frigates to be bought. International retail outlets as of December 2010 include UK (13), France (7), Italy (6), Germany (5), Ireland (Republic of Ireland) (1), Sweden (7), Norway (6), Spain (5), Turkey (2), US (United States) (4), Hong Kong (9), Singapore (4), South Korea (8) China (People's Republic of China) (26), Taiwan (19), Thailand (8), Indonesia (1), Poland (1), Portugal (1) and the Philippines (5). '''Manuel Maria Barbosa du Bocage''' (September 15, 1765 — December 21, 1805) was a Portuguese (Portugal) Neoclassic (Neoclassicism) poet, writing under the pen name '''Elmano Sadino'''. Biography Antônio Gonçalves Dias was born in Caxias (Caxias, Maranhão) on August 10, 1823, to Portuguese (Portuguese people) João Manuel Gonçalves Dias and ''cafuza (cafuzo)'' Vicência Ferreira. After completing his studies in Latin, French (French language) and Philosophy, he went in 1838 to Portugal to earn a degree in Law at the University of Coimbra. There, he got in contact with the Romantic (Romanticism) ideals and wrote his critically acclaimed poem "Canção do exílio". He graduated in 1845 and returned to Brazil in the same year. He goes to Rio de Janeiro, living there until 1854. There, he wrote the drama ''Leonor de Mendonça'' in 1846 and his first poetry book, ''Primeiros Cantos'', in 1847. Kristang cuisine blends the cuisines of Southeast Asia with a western-style cuisine inherited from Portuguese (Portugal) colonial (Colonialism) rulers. Other popular Kristang dishes include curry feng, Eurasian smore (wikibooks:Cookbook: Eurasian Smore) (a beef stew), and sugee cake. '''Vila de São Sebastião''', commonly shortened to '''São Sebastião''' (Portuguese (Portuguese language) for Saint Sebastian) is a civil parish in the municipality of Angra do Heroísmo, on the island of Terceira (Terceira Island) in the Portuguese (Portugal) archipelago of the Azores. In 2001, the population was less than 1984 inhabitants, in an area of land approximately 24.36 km² (a density of roughly 81 inhabitants per kilometre). The city's economy (Economic system) is based mainly on tourism, as a result of its beautiful beaches and a rich cultural heritage that includes early Portuguese (Portugal) buildings, history and culinary distinctions, which bring to the city many Brazilian and foreign tourists. Ilheus has approximately 222,000 inhabitants, with an area of 1850 km sq, and its downtown is located 1 km away from the Atlantic Ocean. Once one of the biggest exporters of cocoa beans, the city depends almost entirely on tourism. Ilhéus has a very good infrastructure for tourism, including excellent hotels and many travel agencies. Besides their four days in Sweden, the Americans visited Germany — including the port of Kiel in the King of Prussia's (Wilhelm I of Germany) newly acquired province of Schleswig-Holstein-France, Portugal, and Spain before they transited the Strait of Gibraltar two days before Christmas. They welcomed in the new year, 1867, at Málaga, Spain, and spent the next four and one-half months visiting the traditionally popular ports of call in the Mediterranean before departing Gibraltar on 15 May and heading home, via the Canary Islands, the Cape Verdes, Barbados, and the Bahamas. Following a week at Nassau, they began the final passage of the cruise on 17 July and moored in the Philadelphia Navy Yard on the 22nd. Soon thereafter, ''Augusta'' was laid up in the New York Navy Yard and remained there until sold at auction on 2 December 1868 to "Commodore" Cornelius Kingsland Garrison. Olsen was a part of the Anderlecht team which beat Portuguese (Portugal) team FC Porto and Spanish (Spain) team Valencia CF, among others, to reach the final game of the international 1982–83 UEFA Cup (UEFA Cup 1982-83) tournament. Anderlecht faced Portuguese team S.L. Benfica in the final, and won 2–1 on aggregate score. Olsen was subsequently named 1983 Danish ''Player of the Year'' (Danish Player of the Year). Årets Spiller at DBU.dk Anderlecht also reached the 1983–84 UEFA Cup (UEFA Cup 1983-84) final against Tottenham Hotspur from England. Olsen scored a goal in the first leg, but missed his shot in the deciding penalty shoot-out (Penalty shootout (association football)) which Tottenham won. Ankerdal, Lassen & Sloth (2009), p.70 '''Portuguese pavement''' (in Portuguese (Portuguese language), ''Calçada Portuguesa''), is a traditional style pavement (pavement (roads)) used for many pedestrian areas in Portugal, it can also be found in Olivenza (disputed territory (Disputed status of Olivenza), administered by Spain), and throughout the old Portuguese colonies (Portuguese Empire) such as Brazil and Macau. Portuguese workers are also being hired for this skill to create these pavements in places such as Gibraltar. Being usually used in sidewalks, it is in plazas and atrium (atrium (architecture))s this art finds its deepest expression. Portuguese rule The name Gurúè is said to be local tribal dialect (Lomwe (Lomwe language)) for "porco do mato" (peccary), or the name of a local tribal chief. Gurúè was founded and named by the Portuguese (Portugal) in the 19th century and developed as a major tea producing town starting in the 1930s. The Portuguese authorities promoted a thriving economic climate and local tea companies become major players in the industry. Chá Moçambique, Companhia da Zambézia, Chá Gurúè and Plantações Manuel Saraiva Junqueiro were the major tea companies headquartered in the town. With good natural attractions - Namuli mountain range (Mount Namuli) (2419 m), large tea plantations (''chá'' in Portuguese), and rivers, leading tea brands, such as ''Chá Moçambique'', ''Chá Licungo'', ''Chá Gurúè'', and ''Chá Montebranco Junqueiro'', achieved international recognition – most of the production was exported to the United Kingdom, United States and Canada. Other agricultural activities were developed as well. In the 1940s, over 300 Portuguese lived in the small town of Gurúè which gravitated around the tea aristocracy who provided all the amenities for the entire working population, including a private small airline to the largest cities on the coast, like Nampula, and the port city of Quelimane, the capital of Zambezia, in Portuguese East Africa. After the death of tea tycoon Manuel Saraiva Junqueiro, in an airplane crash, the town of Gurúè was renamed Vila Junqueiro in October 1959. By the late 1950s the town had grown, the cinema was founded and TAZ airline (Transportes Aéreos da Zambézia) increased its flights in the town’s airfield. Under Portuguese administration the town expanded harmoniously in terms of urbanism and architectural landscape. QUELIMANE, a film of the cosmopolitan port of Quelimane and tea centre of Vila Junqueiro, Portuguese Mozambique, before 1975. Duarte Caires in DIÁRIO DE NOTÍCIAS DA MADEIRA, May 2008 - full text: is a Freguesia civil parish located in the Portuguese (Portugal) municipality of Viana do Castelo (Viana do Castelo Municipality). As of the 2001 census, Afife had a population of 1,632 and covered 13.03 km² (approximately 125 inhabitants km²). He also took part in the development in the first immune serum against the bubonic plague (black pest), in collaboration with the discoverer of its pathogenic agent, ''Yersinia pestis'', by Alexandre Yersin (Alexandre Emile John Yersin) (1863–1943), and went to Portugal to study and to help fight an epidemic at Oporto. Joseph Kobzon appeared with solo concerts in most cities of the former USSR. He was also bestowed the rare honour of performing international concerts tours as a representative of USSR in United States, Panama, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Argentina, Israel, Republic of the Congo, Zaire, Angola, Nigeria, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Germany, Greece, and Finland. Battle There is no certainty about the exact location of the battle, although it is typically pronounced that the event occurred in the countryside between the town of Castro Verde and Ourique (Ourique Municipality) (
) Galicia . "''De arimasu''" is translated as "''¡A la orden!''" ("By your command") in the Spanish version and as "''A formar!''" ("Fall in!", in the military sense) in the Catalan version. The manga is published by Norma Editorial under the title ''Keroro''. Norma Editorial: Catálogo: Keroro There are no name changes in either the manga or the anime. International retail outlets as of December 2010 include UK (13), France (7), Italy (6), Germany (5), Ireland (Republic of Ireland) (1), Sweden (7), Norway (6), Spain (5), Turkey (2), US (United States) (4), Hong Kong (9), Singapore (4), South Korea (8) China (People's Republic of China) (26), Taiwan (19), Thailand (8), Indonesia (1), Poland (1), Portugal (1) and the Philippines (5). Similar wines The commercial success of Beaujolais Nouveau led to the development of other "''primeur''" wines in other parts of France, such as the Gaillac AOC near Toulouse. These wines are typically released on the third Thursday of November, just like their counterparts in Beaujolais. The practice has spread to other wine producing countries such as Italy ("''Vino Novello''"), Spain ("''vino nuevo''") and the US ("''nouveau wine''") A few months after his election, Ruthven joined with the Earl of Atholl (John Stuart, 4th Earl of Atholl) and the Earl of Montrose (John Graham, 3rd Earl of Montrose) in offering to serve Queen Elizabeth; he also had close contacts with the Earl of Bothwell (Francis Stewart, 1st Earl of Bothwell). However, he delayed these activities in August 1594, when he went to Italy with his tutor, William Rhynd, to study at the University of Padua. On his way home in 1599 he remained for some months at Geneva with the reformer Theodore Beza. The manuscript was probably made for a pagan noble. Annotations in the manuscript indicate it was in Italy until 7th century and in Tours in the second quarter of the 9th century. A French scribe made further notes around 1400. He soon became known to the German king, Arnulf (Arnulf of Carinthia), who appointed him archbishop of Mainz in 891, and he became such a trustworthy and loyal counsellor that he was popularly called the heart of the king. He presided over the important synod at Tribur in 895 and accompanied the king to Italy in 894 and 895, where he was received with great favor by Pope Formosus. In 899, when Arnulf died, Hatto became regent of the Empire and guardian of the young king, Louis the Child, whose authority he compelled Zwentibold, duke of Lorraine (Duchy of Lorraine), an illegitimate son of Arnulf, to recognize. In 1875 Waitz removed to Berlin to succeed Pertz as principal editor of the ''Monumenta Germaniae historica''. In spite of advancing years the new editor threw himself into the work with all his former vigour, and took journeys to England, France and Italy to collate works preserved in these countries. He died at Berlin on the 24th of May 1886. He was twice married—in 1842 to a daughter of Schelling (Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling) the philosopher, and in 1858 to a daughter of General von Hartmann. Deaths *February 4 – Pompeo Batoni, Italian (Italy) painter (b. 1708 (1708 in art)) *June 23 – Pierre L'Enfant (Pierre L'Enfant (painter)), French (France) painter (b. 1704 (1704 in art)) Nomenclature The Pacinian corpuscle was named after its discoverer, Italian (Italy) anatomist Filippo Pacini. He went on to win first prize in the International Paganini Competition (Paganini competition) in Italy in 1972, at the age of 22. It was his win at the Paganini competition that gained him widespread public attention. He achieved the highest prize awarded (second prize, shared with two other violinists) in the International Tchaikovsky Competition in 1974 in Moscow, Russia. This award raised his profile further, as an American winning the top Soviet prize during the height of the Cold War. He signed a recording contract with RCA Red Seal and was a frequent guest on ''The Tonight Show'' hosted by Johnny Carson. Fodor was also awarded the European Soloist award "Prix Europeen du Soliste" in January 1999. Between 1602 and 1795, the VOC fitted out some 4,700 ships which carried almost a million Europeans to the Far East. Almost 70 percent of the one million of the passengers never actually returned to Europe, making Asia their new home.