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Trenton, Ontario

sang together at a family event and then continued singing together. In 1997 the Wilkinson family moved to Nashville. Their first single "26 Cents" 26 cents: The Wilkinsons Official Video at YouTube was a success leading to Gold certifications in both the United States and Canada. Other albums The Wilkinsons have released include: Here and Now (2000), Shine (2001), and Highway


Belleville, Ontario

Online. Individual Bios. Accessed April 10, 2011 They first sang together at a family event and then continued singing together. In 1997 the Wilkinson family moved to Nashville. Their first single "26 Cents" 26 cents: The Wilkinsons Official Video at YouTube was a success leading to Gold certifications in both the United States and Canada. Other albums The Wilkinsons


Guatemala City

the first to introduce Italian opera to Guatemala from 1843 on, an enterprise that after initial failures would turn into a huge success, leading to the construction of the magnificent National Theatre, later called Teatro Colón. Opera has also regained favour, with yearly performances at local festivals in Guatemala City and Antigua Guatemala. Guatemalan Baritone Luis Girón May (b. 1953) has been influential in obtaining significant sponsorships for the staging of several operas by Verdi and Puccini. Foreign opera companies also visit the country on occasion, performing in the magnificent National Theatre (Centro Cultural Miguel Ángel Asturias) in Guatemala City or on historical locations in Antigua Guatemala. With his money almost gone and his second daughter born, he took a contract with the government of Guatemala as a bacteriologist at the General Hospital in Guatemala City. Some of his work included organizing defenses against the dread diseases of the time: malaria and yellow fever. He also studied a local fungal infection of coffee plants, and discovered that acidifying the soil could serve as an effective treatment As a side job, he was asked to find a way to make whiskey from bananas. Life in the rough and dangerous environment of the country was hard on his family, but d'Herelle, always adventurer at heart, rather enjoyed working close to "real life", compared to the sterile environments of a "civilized" clinic. He later stated that his scientific path began on this occasion. - 1996 – At least 83 people were killed and more than 140 injured when an excessive number of fans attempted to squeeze into Guatemala City's '''Estadio Mateo Flores''' to see the 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification (1998 FIFA World Cup qualification (CONCACAF)) match between Guatemala (Guatemala national football team) and Costa Rica (Costa Rica national football team). refimprove '''José Francisco Barrundia y Cepeda''' (May 12, 1787, Guatemala City—August 4, 1854, New York) was a liberal Central American politician. From June 26, 1829 to September 16, 1830 he was interim president of the United Provinces of Central America. * April 4 – Southern Airways Flight 242, a Douglas DC-9-31 (Douglas DC-9), enters a severe thunderstorm which breaks the plane


Havana

. The brilliant young musician Benedicto Sáenz, the younger (d. 1857) on the other hand wrote much church music, such as his ''Messa Solenne'' published in Paris by advice of the Italian composer, Saverio Mercadante . At the same time, Sáenz and his brother Anselmo were the first to introduce Italian opera to Guatemala from 1843 on, an enterprise that after initial failures would turn into a huge success, leading to the construction of the magnificent National Theatre, later called Teatro Colón. One week later, ''Hertha'' began a seven-month training cruise (15 August 1913–12 March 1914). The voyage took Lindemann to Dartmouth (Dartmouth, Devon) in England, Vilagarcía de Arousa in Spain, Faial Island in the Azores and as far as Halifax (City of Halifax) in Nova Scotia. The return trip then went via Vera Cruz (Veracruz, Veracruz) in Mexico, Havana in Cuba, Port-au-Prince in Haiti, Kingston (Kingston, Jamaica) in Jamaica, Port of Spain in Trinidad and then to the Canary Islands, Madeira, and the Spanish mainland, arriving back in Germany in the middle of March 1914, first in Brunsbüttel and two days later in Kiel. Grützner 2010, pp. 29–33. Lindemann was promoted to ''Fähnrich zur See'' (Ensign (Ensign (rank))) on 3 April 1914. Grützner 2010, p. 212. In 2010 ''Manchester'' was on a six-month deployment to the Caribbean, mainly on counter-drug operations and a display of security to Britain's Overseas Territories in the region. On 15 November 2010, ''Manchester'' became the first British warship to visit Havana, Cuba, since WikiPedia:Havana Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Cuba Localities Havana commons:La Habana


Moscow

Russian Minister of War in 1810, rising to Commander of the Russian Armies in 1812 fighting against Napoleon Bonaparte. Instead of pursuing a campaign of direct confrontation with the French, he chose a scorched earth policy which starved the French army as it passed through the country towards Moscow. The plan was a resounding success, leading to the French retreat from Moscow in 1812, and their ultimate defeat. Only 100,000 of the 600,000 invading French troops survived and returned to France. The Russian nobility resented the appointment of a foreign commander-in-chief, but his ability was undeniable and the Tsar named him a prince in 1815. George III of the United Kingdom named him a Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath. His portrait hangs in the Military Gallery in St Petersburg. IAAF Golden League Grand Prix Final Moscow, Russia align "center" 6th The recording device captured by the Soviets was later put on public display in a museum in Moscow won 400 m gold medals at the Athletics at the 1986 Goodwill Games 1986 Goodwill Games in Moscow and at the 1987 IAAF World Indoor Championships in Indianapolis. He ran at the 1987 World Championships in Athletics, but was eliminated in the quarter-finals. However, he managed to win a gold medal in the relay with his compatriots Danny Everett, Roddie Haley and Butch Reynolds. He ran in the relay heats at the 1988 Summer Olympics (Athletics at the 1988 Summer Olympics) and received a gold medal for his contribution as the American runners won in the final. He retained his 400 m indoor title at the 1989 IAAF World Indoor Championships, setting a championship record of 45.59 seconds in the process. Olympic Games (1980 Summer Olympics) Moscow, Soviet Union bgcolor gold 1st background classical_ensemble origin Moscow, USSR (Soviet Union) genre Classical (Classical music) thumb Veljko Vlahović (File:Bundesarchiv Bild 183-B0119-0010-056, Berlin, VI. SED-Parteitag, 5.Tag.jpg) '''Veljko Vlahović''' (1914, Trmanje, Podgorica municipality - 1975) was a Montenegrin (Montenegrins) member of the Yugoslav Communist Party from 1935. He studied in Belgrade (University of Belgrade), Prague (Czech Technical University in Prague), and the Sorbonne (in Paris), and finished his postgraduate studies in Moscow. He fought in the Spanish Civil War and was active in organizing the Communist Youth League of Yugoslavia (SKOJ). During World War II he directed the Free Yugoslavia radio. In 1944 he became editor of the Serbian communist daily, ''Borba (Borba (newspaper))''. He also served as deputy Foreign Minister. Chemical The chemical manufacturing industry, which makes up approximately 22% of the republic’s industrial output, is dominated by Khimprom (JSC (joint stock company)), located in Novocheboksarsk. The company, which began operating in 1964, is one of the largest producers in Europe of organic dyes, chlorine, phosphorus, silicon organic products, agrochemicals, and consumer chemical products. The company has significantly increased production since the 1998 devaluation. Himprom is the largest exporter in Chuvashia, has ties to countries all over Europe and the Americas, and has been actively involved in the creation of joint ventures. Most notably, the company has established a joint venture with Dupont in the area of herbicides and domestic chemicals. In addition to its facilities in Novocheboksarsk, Himprom has representation in Moscow and Saint Petersburg. Not long before the Nazi German invasion of Yugoslavia in 1941, he was posted as commander of the school battalion of the infantry school of active officers. In the meantime, he had met and married Senka, a law student at the Belgrade Law School (University of Belgrade Faculty of Law). They were separated when the war started, meeting up again in Drvar in 1944. After the war, when Josip Broz Tito broke with Moscow and Stalin in 1948, General Jovanović openly sided with the Soviet Union. He was killed by Yugoslav border guards while trying to escape to Romania. From the 1970s into the 1990s the airport attracted 3,000–5,000 commercial flights a year, mostly charter jetliners flying between Europe and the West Coast of the United States, or the Caribbean and Mexico. USA Today, May 19, 2005 Bangor was a logical refueling stop, and as a US Port of Entry, passengers could go through customs and immigration checks while their plane was being serviced. Travelers from every part of the world mingled in the airport lounge — from the French & Belgian contingents of the Elvis Presley Fan Club on their way to Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee), to President Jose Lopez Portillo of Mexico on his way to Moscow with members of his military staff. Laker Airways, World Airways, Lot Polish Airlines, Aeromexico, British Airways, Balair, Condor Airlines, LTU International, Capitol International Airways, Aeroflot and Pan American were a few of the companies whose livery became common in the skies above Bangor. Finnair briefly used Bangor as a hub for regularly scheduled daily flights. KTU (KTU (band)) (pronounced "K2") is the trio featuring Pohjonen with Texans Pat Mastelotto and Trey Gunn from King Crimson. Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Moscow Commons:Category:Moscow Wikipedia:Moscow


Canada

to Nashville. Their first single "26 Cents" 26 cents: The Wilkinsons Official Video at YouTube was a success leading to Gold certifications in both the United States and Canada. Other albums The Wilkinsons have released include: Here and Now (2000), Shine (2001), and Highway (2004). Railway Country and Bluegrass Festival, 2010 Performing


France

- The Bazaar, 1856.jpg thumb '''The Bazaar''', 1856, oil on canvas laid on board. '''Alexandre Defaux''' (1826–1900) was a French (France) artist. He was born in Bercy and studied under Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot. He was a member of the Barbizon School. He led a Muslim incursion into southern France in the early part of the 8th century . After some initial success leading a large Arab army into France and besieging a number of French towns and cities including


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