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Ancaster, Ontario

* Melissa Tancredi – 2012 Canadian Olympian (Soccer - team bronze medal), Canadian Soccer Association, Pro Soccer Player * Bob Young (Bob Young (businessman)) – former CEO of Red Hat, Inc. (Red Hat), current owner of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats See also *List of townships in Ontario References External links * Dundas-Ancaster-Dundas circle *


Plovdiv

took a team bronze in the Novi Sad Olympiad of 1990 (29th Chess Olympiad), and led England to fourth place finishes in both 1994 (31st Chess Olympiad) and 1996 (32nd Chess Olympiad). He led the English team to victory in the 1997 Euroteams at Pula, and was a member of the bronze winning team in 1992, and of fourth place teams in 1983 and 2001. He was a member of three English teams in the World Team Championships of 1985 (team bronze), 1989 (team bronze), and 1997 (team fourth). His complete log when representing England in major team events follows. In the sixteenth and the seventeenth centuries, missionaries from Rome converted Bulgarian Paulicians in the districts of Plovdiv and Svishtov to Roman Catholicism. WikiPedia:Plovdiv Dmoz:Regional Europe Bulgaria Localities Plovdiv Commons:Category:Plovdiv


Uppsala

scored 5 9 (+2 6 -1), and Yugoslavia won the team bronze medals. Following his very strong debut at full Olympiad level at Moscow 1956, Ivkov reached his career peak chessmetrics.com rating of 2715 in October of that year; he was #9 in the world at this stage. He would be in the world's top 40 players continuously for 20 years, from March 1955 through May 1975. Contemporary Jewish population of Sweden There is no ethnic registration in Sweden, so the Jewish population can only be roughly


Doha

unexpectedly capturing a team bronze medal at the Asian Games (Chess at the Asian Games) in Doha, Qatar, in 2006. In the nine chess events at the Asian Indoor Games in Macau 2007, Iran took a silver and two bronze medals. The region is also an emerging hotspot for events, including the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, Qatar. Doha also submitted an unsuccessful application for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games (Doha 2016 Olympic bid). Qatar was later chosen to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup. He is married to Amina Abbas and they have had three sons. The eldest, Mazen Abbas, ran a building company in Doha and died in Qatar of a heart attack in 2002 at the age of 42. WikiPedia:Doha Commons:Doha


Moldova

in Italy. She is a five-time Olympian, and a native of Moldova, having represented the Unified Team, Moldova and Italy, at the Olympic Games of 1992, 96, 00, 04 and 08. She won the individual and team bronze medals in the 1992 Olympic Games (1992 Summer Olympics). Valeeva is the mother of twins, and is married to an Italian native (Roberto Cocchi). She is sponsored by Hoyt Archery and Easton Technical Products as a member of their Pro Staff. Ion Creangă was posthumously granted several honors, and is commemorated by a number of institutions in both Romania and neighboring Moldova. These include the ''Bojdeuca (Ion Creangă Memorial House, Iaşi)'' building in Iaşi, which, in 1918, was opened as the first memorial house in Romania. His direct descendants include Horia Creangă, one of the leading Romanian architects during the interwar period. The legacy of Ion Creangă was also tangible in the Soviet Union, and especially in the Moldavian SSR (which, as the larger section of Bessarabia, had been part of interwar Greater Romania, and later became independent Moldova). Initially, his writings, titled ''Moldavian Stories'', formed part of the Soviet curriculum in the Moldavian Autonomous Region (Moldavian ASSR) (Transnistria). Charles Upson Clark, ''Bessarabia. Russia and Roumania on the Black Sea'': Chapter XXIX, "The Moldavian Soviet Republic", at the University of Washington's DXARTS CARTAH Electronic Text Archive; retrieved August 16, 2009 Following the Soviet occupation of Bessarabia (Soviet occupation of Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina), Creangă was one of the Romanian-language writers whose works were still allowed for publishing by the new authorities. Wikipedia:Republic of Moldova Commons:Category:Moldova Dmoz:Regional Europe Moldova


Ljubljana

, 2004, when the latter won the title while Urzică took 8th place. Suciu is an Olympic bronze medalist with the team, a silver world medalist on pommel horse and a six-time European medalist (pommel horse, vault and team). Suciu was one of the key team members of the Romanian gymnastics team for several years contributing to the 2004 Olympic team bronze medal and three continental team medals (two gold and one silver). He also placed fourth all around at the 2004 Olympic Games. European Union of Gymnastics Statistics birth_date 8 December 1874 birth_place Ljubljana, Slovenia death_date 1951 '''Ernst Moro''' (8 December 1874 in Ljubljana, Slovenia – 1951) was an Austrian physician and pediatrician who discovered the infant reflex (Primitive reflex) which was named after him (Moro reflex). DATE OF BIRTH 8 December 1874 PLACE OF BIRTH Ljubljana, Slovenia DATE OF DEATH 1951 - valign "top" bgcolor "" 2013 ''TBD'' EuroBasket 2013 Ljubljana, Slovenia * commons:Ljubljana


Qatar

In addition, Indian Navy will also be increasing naval cooperation with other allies, particularly with Germany National : Indo-German naval exercises to begin today. The Hindu (2008-04-08). Retrieved on 2012-01-06. and Arab states of the Persian Gulf including Kuwait, Oman, Abu Dhabi: Indian naval ships attract visitors. Mangalorean.Com. 3 April 2009. Retrieved on 2012-01-06. ref


Romania

, silver Atlanta 1996 (1996 Olympic Games) and silver Athena 2004 (2004 Olympic Games)) and contributed to the team bronze in Athens 2004 (2004 Olympic Games). His unique technique and style of performance have won him the recognition as one of the greatest masters on this piece of apparatus ever, together with Miroslav Cerar and Zoltán Magyar. Fédération

September 30, 1975, in Topliţa, Romania) is a Romanian gymnast (gymnastics). Urzică is an Olympic champion, a three-time world champion and a three-time European champion on pommel horse. He competed at three Olympic games, medaling each time on pommel horse (gold Sydney 2000 (2000 Olympic Games), silver Atlanta 1996 (1996 Olympic Games) and silver Athena 2004 (2004 Olympic Games)) and contributed to the team bronze in 2004 Olympic Games Athens 2004

medalist with the team, a silver world medalist on pommel horse and a six-time European medalist (pommel horse, vault and team). Suciu was one of the key team members of the Romanian gymnastics team for several years contributing to the 2004 Olympic team bronze medal and three continental team medals (two gold and one silver). He also placed fourth all around at the 2004 Olympic Games. European Union of Gymnastics Statistics As minister to Bucharest, Count von Czernin's mission was to investigate the value of the alliance with Romania and the possibilities to strengthen it. Godsey, ''op. cit.'', p. 141 However, he quickly reported back to Vienna that one could not trust the Romanian government if a war would break out. Following the outbreak of World War I in August 1914, he strove successfully to keep Romania neutral, thanks in part to the support of the aged King Carol I (Carol I of Romania). Most Romanians did not share Carol's strongly pro-German sentiments, including Prime Minister Brătianu (Ion I. C. Brătianu) and his government. Count von Czernin recommended that Vienna should offer the withdrawal of Siebenbürgen (now Transylvania) and parts of Bukovina in order to persuade Romania to prolonge their neutrality, but the plan was strongly opposed by the Hungarian government. Romania entered the war on the side of the Allies in August 1916 and Count von Czernin returned to Vienna. William L. Mathes, 'Czernin, Count Ottokar (1872–1932)', in Spencer C. Tucker (ed.), ''The European Powers in the First World War: An Encyclopedia'', New York, Garland, 1996, p. 205f. ** 1989 – The bloodless revolution in Bulgaria that resulted in the downfall of the communist government. * 1990 – The Golaniad – a protest in Romania in April by Bucharest students who demanded a non-communist government. The protests ended in bloodshed after an intervention of miners called in by President Ion Iliescu (the Mineriad (Mineriad#June 1990 mineriad)). * The successful resistance to 1991 Soviet coup d'état attempt which had the effect of a revolution was mostly non-violent. '''Drochia''' is a city in the northern part of Moldova. It is the administrative center of the eponymous district (Drochia District). The city is located 174.4 km north of the national capital, Chişinău, and 67 km north-east of the Romanian city of Iaşi. The average elevation of Drochia is 226 meters. The population at the 2004 census was 16,606. Origin The Ovitz family originated from Rozávlya in Máramaros County, Kingdom of Hungary (today Rozavlea in Maramureş County, Romania). They were descended from '''Shimson Eizik Ovitz''' (1868–1923), a ''badchan'' entertainer and wandering rabbi. He fathered ten children in total, seven of them dwarfs (afflicted with pseudoachondroplasia),


Tel Aviv

for the national Hungarian team at the Moscow 1956 Olympiad, on board three, scoring 10 15, and helping Hungary to team bronze. He moved to the United States, but it was not until 1962 that he appeared on their team. He would wind up on six teams in a row. At Varna 1962, Benko played board two, scored 8 12 for the silver medal on his board, and the USA finished fourth. At Tel Aviv 1964, he was again on board two, scored 9.5 14, and the USA ended up sixth. At Havana 1966, Benko was on board


Helsinki

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