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''' (born June 22, 1954) is a French (France) author of books about films and television programs, as well as numerous comic books and translations of a number of animation screenplays. He usually collaborates with his wife, Randy Lofficier (born Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on February 3, 1953). '''Norman Tweed Whitaker''' (April 9, 1890 in Philadelphia – May 20, 1975 in Phenix City, Alabama) was an International Master of chess. After more than ten years of campaigning, he was awarded the title by FIDE in 1965 (at age 75), based on his earlier play


South Africa

26 June 2011 * Spain's RedIRIS '''Genosha''' is a fictional country that has appeared in numerous comic book series published by Marvel Comics. It is an island nation that exists in Marvel's main shared universe, known as "Earth 616" in the Marvel Universe. The fictional nation served as an allegory for slavery and later for South African apartheid before becoming a mutant homeland and subsequently a disaster zone


France

Brigade (French) French service . Burke's Peerage (2003) p.1148. '''Jean-Marc Lofficier''' (born June 22, 1954) is a French (France) author of books about films and television programs, as well as numerous comic books and translations of a number of animation screenplays. He usually collaborates with his wife, Randy Lofficier (born Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on February 3, 1953). Biography Jean-Marc Lofficier was born in Toulon, France in 1954. The son of a serviceman (Soldier), he moved several times during his formative years, spending "a goodly part of my childhood in Bordeaux, and my teenage years in Fontainebleau." Christian Cawley, "Jean-Marc Lofficier Interview" (Part 1) for Kasterborous, March 13, 2005. Accessed December 29, 2008 A budding writer from an early age, Lofficier also :"drew my own little comic strips when I was 13, 14, and began being published in French 'zines (fanzine) at 16." Recalling in 2005 that "writing wasn't deemed a respectable, economically sound way of making a living," he "got a MBA and a Law degree, then went to work in international banking." On June 23, 1944, Brigadier General Frederick announced he was leaving the unit. He was to be promoted to major general (Major General (United States)) and given command of an ad hoc division-sized airborne formation, the 1st Airborne Task Force, for the invasion of Southern France (Operation Dragoon). The task force, formed that July, consisted of the British 2nd Independent Parachute Brigade (2nd Parachute Brigade (United Kingdom)) and the U.S. 509th Parachute Infantry Battalion, 517th Parachute Regimental Combat Team, 550th Glider Infantry Battalion, 551st Parachute Infantry Battalion and 460th and 463rd Parachute Field Artillery Battalions, along with various support units. '''Villeneuve Leopards''', translated from ''Léopards d'Aquitaine'' and sometimes known as '''Union Sportive Villeneuve''', are a French (France) rugby league club from the town of Villeneuve-sur-Lot in the ''département (département in France)'' of Lot-et-Garonne. They play in the Elite One Championship. '''Marseille XIII''' is a French (France) rugby league club from the town of Marseille. '''AS Carcassonne''' are a professional rugby league football club based in Carcassonne in the south of France. They play in the French rugby league championship and are one of the most successful clubs in French rugby league, having won a total of ten French Championship titles and eleven Lord Derby Cups. In more recent times the club has been less successful than in the past winning only one Championship in the past twenty-five years and two Lord Derby Cups. '''Saint-Gaudens Bears''' are a French (France) rugby league team from the town of Saint-Gaudens (Saint-Gaudens, Haute-Garonne) in the department (Departments of France) of Haute-Garonne. thumb right 250px Tracks of the hippodrome (File:HippodromeVincennes.png) The '''Hippodrome de Vincennes''' is located in Paris, France. It is used for horse racing. It has a capacity of 60,000. It was created in 1863 and rebuilt in 1879, after being destroyed in the 1870 War (Franco-Prussian War). Dousa’s historiographical labour is especially relevant. In 1585, when Dousa was 40 years old, he became the first Librarian at Leiden University Library with a special commission to write a history of Holland. At that moment however, he had been pursuing historical studies for several years. If one is to trust Heinsius (Daniel Heinsius)’ eulogy, Dousa had been studying history since the moment he returned from France. Letters from the years 1582 and 1583 prove that Dousa had at least been deepening his knowledge of the history of Holland since 1577. In the letter from 1582 one even comes across a specimen of his ''Annales'' written in hexameters. In 1584 Dousa edited the work of Adrianus Barlandus, a historiographer from Zeeland. "An aged Frenchman (France) of Louis XIII's time". Louis XIII was king of France from 1610-1643. fusiongenres Tekstyle regional_scenes Belgium Netherlands Ireland Germany United Kingdom Russia Poland France Denmark Australia other_topics Electronic musical instrument – Computer music '''Jumpstyle''' is a rave dance and electronic music genre (electronic music) mainly practiced in Europe, specifically Belgium, the Netherlands, Ireland, Germany, northern France, and a few parts in the United States. The dance is also called Jumpen (English word Jump + the Dutch (Dutch language) and German (German language) suffix -en, meaning "to jump" or "jumping"). Jumpstyle also refers to a style of music to which Jumpstyle can be performed. Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


United States

; ref was an American (United States) writer best known for creating numerous comic book characters for DC Comics. Comic-book historians estimate that he wrote over 4,000 comics stories. '''Lee M. Ranaldo''' (born February 3, 1956) is an American (United States) singer, guitarist, writer, record producer, and visual artist, best known as a co-founder of the alternative rock band Sonic Youth. In 2004, ''Rolling Stone'' ranked Ranaldo and his Sonic Youth

1956), story by John Larner. -- '''Jack Davis''' (b. December 2, 1924) is an American (United States) cartoonist and illustrator, known for his advertising art, magazine covers, film posters, record album art and numerous comic book stories. He was one of the founding cartoonists for ''Mad (Mad (magazine))'' in 1952. Meglin, Nick. ''The Art of Humorous Illustration''. Watson-Guptill, 1973. "'''Summertime Blues'''" is the title


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