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Panama

in Miami to 45 years in prison. International promotions (2001-present) While wrestling in the International Wrestling Association (IWA), he competed in Revolution X-treme Wrestling based in Panama, performing in a royal rumble to determine the winner of the vacant RXW World Heavyweight Championship, where he won the event. On November 24, 2007 he became the leader of a new heel stable known

: web.archive.org web 20080716001513 http: www.iwapr.tv noticias 705.php archivedate 2008-07-16 International promotions (2001-present) While wrestling in the International Wrestling Association (IWA), he competed in Revolution X-treme Wrestling based in Panama, performing in a royal rumble to determine the winner of the vacant RXW World Heavyweight Championship, where he won the event. On November 24, 2007 he became the leader


Ecuador

, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Ecuador, Vietnam and Singapore, among others. International promotions (2001-present) While wrestling in the International Wrestling Association (IWA), he competed in Revolution X-treme Wrestling based in Panama, performing in a royal rumble to determine the winner of the vacant RXW World Heavyweight Championship, where he won the event. ref name "Campeón de Panama" >


Toronto

Smythe , Hap Day, Punch Imlach and Roger Neilson. Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto


Boston

. There is disagreement regarding the identity of the "frustrated women". In a city with many colleges and universities, as well as a large Navy presence (historically), it could be purposefully unspecific. International promotions (2001-present) While wrestling in the International Wrestling Association (IWA), he competed in Revolution X-treme Wrestling based in Panama, performing in a royal rumble to determine the winner of the vacant RXW World Heavyweight Championship, where he won


Poland

Poland since 1918. Wislica lost its city charter in 1870, and it was again destroyed in the course of the First World War, in 1915. Do or Die Wrestling On October 26, 2009. Hitchen competed at the first ever show for Do Or Die Wrestling, based out of Poland. In this show Austin Aries defended the ROH World Championship against Ruckus (Claude Marrow). '''Stanisław Bohdan Grabiński''' (1891-1930) was a Polish (Poland) nobleman (szlachcic), landowner. full name Countess '''Jadwiga Maria Potocka''' (1899–1963) was a Polish (Poland) noble lady (szlachta). full name Count '''Jan Nepomucen Potocki''' (1867–1943) was a Polish (Poland) nobleman (szlachcic). Countess '''Róża Maria Wodzicka''' (1868-1902) was a Polish (Poland) noblewoman (Szlachta). Count '''Stanisław Antoni Potocki''' (1837-1884) was a Polish (Poland) nobleman (szlachcic), landowner. Count '''Przemysław Potocki''' (1805-1847) was a Polish (Poland) nobleman (szlachcic). Count '''Antoni Norbert Potocki''' (1780–1850) was a Polish (Poland) nobleman (szlachcic). Princess '''Ludwika Lubomirska''' (died 1829) was a Polish (Poland) noble lady (szlachta). '''Józef Makary Potocki''' (died 1829) was a Polish (Poland) nobleman (szlachcic). '''Jan Wielopolski''' (c. 1700–1773) was a Polish (Poland) nobleman (szlachcic). Princess '''Marianna Jabłonowska''' (1708–1765) was a Polish (Poland) noble lady (szlachta). '''Teofilia Sieniawska''' (1677–1754) was a Polish (Poland) noble lady (szlachta). Prince '''Józef Aleksander Jabłonowski''' (1711–1777) was a Polish (Poland) nobleman (szlachcic). The '''German 6th Mountain Division''' was established in June 1940, and was deployed to France for occupation (German occupation of France in World War II) duties. In December it was relocated to Poland, where it remained until the spring of 1941. It then took part in Operation Marita, the invasion of Greece during the Balkans Campaign (Balkans Campaign (World War II)). In September it was relocated to northern Finland, where it operated in Lapland (Lapland (Finland)) (west of Murmansk). From July 1942 onward it was part of the Twentieth Mountain Army (20th Mountain Army (Wehrmacht)) along the Arctic (Arctic Sea) coast. It withdrew into Norway when the Germans evacuated Finland in late 1944, and surrendered to the British at the end of the war in 1945. The '''MAG-95''' is a Polish (Poland) 9 mm semi-automatic pistol. Originally designed by Marian Gryszkiewicz, it was manufactured at the Łucznik Arms Factory (''Fabryka Broni Łucznik'') in Radom. An improved model was '''MAG-98''', and currently is '''MAG-08'''. With the MAG-95 pistol the designers abandoned their previous design practices based on the use of the 9x18mm Makarov cartridge and instead utilized a Western-influenced approach involving the 9x19mm Parabellum cartridge and some of the latest safety and other design techniques. The MAG-95 incorporates most of the user facilities to which firers in the West have become accustomed, but which have been absent from most Eastern Bloc pistols until recently. His brother Joachim Daniel (Joachim Daniel von Jauch) (1688–1754) served at first in the army of the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands, before he changed 1705 as lieutenant into the Saxon army. He took part as a captain in the first siege of Stralsund 1711–12 during the Great Northern War. At the end he was contemporaneously royal Polish colonel (since 1736), electoral Saxon major general (since 1746), superintendent of the Saxon building authority in Poland (since 1721), with the title director (since 1736), remunerated for each function separately. His primary obligation was to supervise the baroque development of the city of Warsaw. Vital was his responsibility for the extensive merrymakings of the Saxon court at Warsaw. When 1730 at the end of tremendous fireworks at Zeithain which lasted for five hours, instead of the correct "VIVAT (Vive, Viva)" in front of 48 foreign princes and numerous other lords a mistake in writing occurred and a "FIFAT" was illuminated, he gained his cognomen "Fifat". He erected the Palais Jauch in Warsaw's suburb Solec and was architect for a number of prominent baroque buildings in Poland. He married Eva Maria Münnich, said to be the daughter of the later Russian Field Marshal Burkhard Christoph Count von Münnich (Burkhard Christoph von Münnich) (1683–1767), his predecessor as superintendent of the Saxon building authority. His son August von Jauch (b. 1731) was godson of King Augustus II the Strong. The elaborate cradle endowed to his parents by the king, later the cradle for Joachim Lelewel, is exhibited in the National Museum, Kraków. Joachim Daniel Jauch is buried in the Capuchins Church in the Miodowa in Warsaw. '''Akurat''' is a Polish (Poland) band (musical band) formed in November 1994 in Bielsko-Biała district. 'Akurat' is Polish (Polish language) for 'exactly' or 'yeah right'. Music of the band can be credited as a fusion between punk rock, reggae, ska and pop (Pop music). 250px right thumb Jabłonowski family coat of arms: Prus III Coat of Arms Prus III (Image:Herb Jabłonowskich.PNG). '''Jabłonowski''' (plural: '''Jabłonowscy''') is the surname of a Polish (Poland) szlachta (nobility) family. Polish adjectives have different forms for the genders, '''Jabłonowska''' is the form for a female family member while a male would use Jabłonowski. *Dorota Barbara Jabłonowska (1760-1844), married to Józef Klemens Czartoryski *Władysław Franciszek Jabłonowski (1769-1802), Polish (Poland) and French (France) general. Licensed versions and developments The 14K was one of the most popular engines of its era, widely licensed and used around the world. In Poland it was used for export fighter variants, most notable PZL P.24. In particular it was used in Romania, where it powered a number of Polish designed PZL fighters before finally becoming the main engine of the little-known but interesting IAR 80 fighter. In Yugoslavia the 7K, 9K and 14N-0 were built by Industrija motora Rakovica. http: www.imr-rakovica.com englishbre istorijat.html Biography He was born in Breslau (now Wrocław, Poland) and educated at Heidelberg (University of Heidelberg) and Tübingen (University of Tübingen). He was a prominent member of the Statistical Bureau, and in 1875 was made professor of the science of statistics and of political economy at the University of Berlin (Humboldt University of Berlin). They filmed in Czech Republic (Prague and National Park České Švýcarsko) and Poland after the Christmas break, before wrapping in February. WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland


India

of Pehlwani, later on he would propagate the exercises using the "Hindu mace" (mudgals) and would go on to incorporate the Indian system of exercises using push-ups, neck exercises, yogic breathing exercises (Pranayama) and "Hindu squats" for conditioning. Gotch attained legendary status in Japan, earning the name of ''Kamisama'' ('god of wrestling '). In the 1970s he taught catch wrestling-based ''hooking'' and ''shooting'' to the likes of Antonio Inoki, Tatsumi Fujinami, Yoshiaki Fujiwara, Satoru Sayama, Masami Soranaka, and Akira Maeda. Most of these professional wrestlers already had backgrounds in legitimate martial arts. Masami Soranaka had been a student of full contact karate, kodokan judo, and sumo. Yoshiaki Fujiwara was already a Muay Thai fighter and black belt (black belt (martial arts)) in judo. Satoru Sayama had studied Muay Thai with Toshio Fujiwara and went on to study sambo with Victor Koga. This would eventually lead to added influences of karate, Muay Thai and judo to the wrestling style. In the 2011 list of cities, the top of the list is dominated by Europe, Canada, and New Zealand; and Switzerland and Germany both have 3 cities in the top 10. The first entries from other countries are Sydney at 11, Singapore at 25, Honolulu at 29, and Tokyo at 46. Baghdad was at the bottom of the list. Of the 25 cities at the bottom, 15 are in Africa. Compared to lists for previous years, cities in South Asia (mainly India), East Asia (mainly China), the Middle East and Eastern Europe are clearly on the rise. thumb left Borie (standing in center foreground) purchasing in India (Image:Adolph E. Borie purchasing in India.jpg) while accompanying Grant on his trip around the world in 1877-1879. Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


Japan

news articles Respecting-James-Toney-26651 title Respecting James Toney last Rossen first Jake publisher Sherdog.com date 2010-08-31 accessdate 2011-04-20 Shoot wrestling practitioners offered a balance of amateur wrestling ability and catch wrestling

-based submissions, resulting in a more well-rounded skill-set. The shoot wrestlers were especially successful in Japan. As competitions became more and more common, those with a base in striking arts became more competitive as they cross trained in arts based around takedowns (takedown (grappling)) and submission holds, leading to notable upsets against the then dominant grapplers. Likewise, those from the varying grappling styles added


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