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Baku

, built in 1952 - No.115 Russian Imperial Technical Society, erected in 1899 - No.117 Azerbaijan State Oil Academy * Commons:Category:Baku


Brazil

''' (''Praia da Joaquina'') Won fame as of the 1970s, when surfers from around the world discovered its waves. Many surf cups began to emerge, and great Catarinense surfing personalities. It is one of the beaches that offers the best tourist facilities, receiving a large number of tourists from around Brazil and the world on the warm days in spring and summer. The rock (Rock (geology)) complex situated to the left of the beach, the night lighting and the public showers are some of the trademarks at Joaquina. There is a big paid parking lot, toilets, tourist coach parking lot, lifeguards, police station, handicraft shop, bars (Bar (establishment)), restaurant and hotels. In addition to the beach, it is possible to enjoy the most famous dunes in the South of the country as well as to sand board. The boards used in this sport can be rented on the spot. '''Paraná Clube''' is a Brazilian football (soccer) team. It was established on December 19, 1989, in Curitiba, Paraná (Paraná (state)), Brazil. Its uniform is composed of a blue red shirt, white shorts and white socks. '''''Caesalpinia echinata''''' is a species of Brazilian timber tree in the pea family, Fabaceae. Common names include '''Brazilwood''', '''Pau-Brasil''', '''Pau de Pernambuco''' and '''Ibirapitanga''' (Tupi (Tupian languages)). This plant has a dense, orange-red heartwood that takes a high shine, and it is the premier wood used for making bows (bow (music)) for stringed instruments. The wood also yields a red dye called brazilin, which oxidizes to brazilein. Kemp announced his departure from the show in April 1999, his last appearance being aired in October 1999 when his character moved to Brazil. Kemp refused to rule out an eventual return to ''EastEnders'', and various media reports over the next few years speculated that he would be returning to the series. In early 2005, the BBC confirmed that Kemp would be returning to ''EastEnders'' later that year after six years away. Kemp joked that he originally auditioned to play the part of Wellard the dog. It was co-star Barbara Windsor who convinced him to go back for a brief period. Soaps – News – Ross Kemp finally lured back to 'EastEnders' – Digital Spy His first comeback lasted just a few weeks in 2005, but he returned for a period of three months in 2006, before departing once again in June that year. BBC bosses have left Kemp's role open for a possible future return. Kemp has won various awards for his portrayal of Grant. The award-winning TV series ''Ross Kemp on Gangs'', in which Kemp interviewed gang members around the world, was first broadcast in 2006. The first series featured gangs and police corruption in Brazil, Māori (Māori people) gangs in New Zealand, neo-Nazi skinheads in California, gangsters in London, and teenagers from Blaenau Gwent. The second series featured "MS13 (Mara Salvatrucha)" from El Salvador, neo-Nazis in Russia, football hooligans in Poland, American (United States) "Bloods" and "Crips" gangs in St. Louis, and the Numbers gang in South Africa. In May 2007, ''Ross Kemp on Gangs'' was awarded a BAFTA award for factual programming. . In 1993, the first International Symposium on Mathematical Morphology (ISMM) took place in Barcelona, Spain. Since then, ISMMs are organized every 2–3 years, each time in a different part of the world: Fontainebleau, France (1994); Atlanta, USA (United States of America) (1996); Amsterdam, Netherlands (1998); Palo Alto, CA (California), USA (United States of America) (2000); Sydney, Australia (2002); Paris, France (2004); Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2007); Groningen (Groningen (city)), Netherlands (2009); and Intra (Verbania), Italy (2011). Frontier spirit Proponents of American exceptionalism often claim that the "American spirit" or the "American identity" was created at the frontier (following Frederick Jackson Turner's Frontier Thesis), where rugged and untamed conditions gave birth to American national vitality. However, this "frontier spirit" was not unique to the United States—other nations such as New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, Brazil, Argentina and Australia had long frontiers that were similarly settled by pioneers, shaping their national psyches. In fact, all of the British Imperial domains involved pioneering work. Although each nation had slightly different frontier experiences (for example, in Australia "mateship" and working together was valued more than individualism was in the United States


Canada

. The mountains consist primarily of metamorphic rocks, mainly gneiss, surrounding a central core of intrusive (intrusion) igneous rocks, most notably anorthosite, in the high peaks region. These crystalline rocks are a lobe of the Precambrian Grenville Basement rock complex and represent the southernmost extent of the Canadian Shield, http: www.nygeo.org ny_geo.html Physical Geography of New York a cratonic expression of igneous and metamorphic rock


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