Woodburn, Oregon

, Oregon Salem . Oregon routes 211 (Oregon Route 211), 214 (Oregon Route 214), 219 (Oregon Route 219), and 99E (Oregon Route 99E) also serve the city, as do Union Pacific and Willamette Valley Railway freight rail lines. Woodburn is part of the Salem Metropolitan Statistical Area, and with a population of 24,080 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), it is the third most populous in that metropolitan area after Salem and Keizer (Keizer, Oregon). ref name "

; Cooley immigrated to Oregon in 1845, and Bonney established his land claim in 1849. Ducharme's land was sold off in 1862 in a foreclosure sale, with Mt. Angel (Mt. Angel, Oregon) farmer George Settlemier purchase the on the cheap. Settlemier had traveled west over the Oregon Trail in 1849 and first settled in California before moving north to Oregon in 1850. Corning, Howard M. (1989) ''Dictionary

in Woodburn (Woodburn, Oregon). After its intersection with OR 99E, a short segment (about 2 miles) of Oregon Route 214 connects OR 211 with Interstate 5 (Interstate 5 (Oregon)). Childhood Bjelland was born in Salem, Oregon and grew up in nearby Woodburn (Woodburn, Oregon). Her mother was Lynne Irene Higginbotham; her father was Lyle Bjelland. Bjelland's parents divorced when she was young, and she referred to her stepmother in later years as "abusive" ref name


Ulyanovsk

by either two Aviadvigatel PS-90 or Rolls-Royce RB211 engines. The Tu-204 is produced at two of the largest Russian aircraft manufacturing plants in Ulyanovsk (Tu-204 series) and Kazan (Tu-214). thumb A Cubana (File:Cubana Tupolev Tu-204-100E.jpg) Tu

, marketed under the designation '''Tu-214'''. The '''Tu-204-100C''' and '''Tu-204-200C''' are cargo versions of the −100 and −200 respectively, fitted with a forward main deck freight door. Currently, the Tu-204-100 200 is offered with the option of an up-rated Aviadvigatel PS90A2 turbofan, which promises 40% more service between overhauls.

2011-09-30 Tu-214 Tu-214 is also a variation of Tu-204. It is technically a Tu-204-200, one of the differences being that it is built by a different factory. Planes designated Tu-204 are produced in Ulyanovsk by Aviastar-SP; Tu-214 in Kazan by the Kazan Aircraft Production Association (KAPO). PSC «Tupolev» – MAKS 2005 ref Name


Melville, Saskatchewan

of Saskatchewan. The city is south west of Yorkton (Yorkton, Saskatchewan). Melville is bordered by the rural municipalities of Cana No. 214 (Cana No. 214, Saskatchewan) and Stanley No. 215 (Stanley No. 215, Saskatchewan). The population at the 2011 census was 4,517, making it the smallest official city in Saskatchewan. History According to ''What's in a Name?: The Story


Newberg, Oregon

''Wilsonville Spokesman'' Morrissey to meet with LEC ‘refugees’. Kipp, Curt. May 30, 2007. (NOTE: Wilsonville Spokesman doesn't provide direct hotlinks to archived articles. In order to read this article in its original context on their website one must log on to their website and utilize the search engine by entering article's title.) terminus_a 20px (Image:I-5_(big).svg) 25px (Image:OR 214.svg) I-5 (Interstate 5 (Oregon)) and OR 214 (Oregon Route 214) in Woodburn, Oregon


Akhaltsikhe

state headed by Fakhr al-Din Pirioghlu and centered in Kars, the South West Caucasian Republic was established. It claimed the territory around the regions of Kars and Batum, parts of the Yerevan district and the Akhaltsikhe and Akhalkalaki districts of the Tiflis province. It existed alongside with the British general governorship created during the Entente's intervention in Transcaucasia. Hovannisian. ''Republic of Armenia, Vol. I'', pp. 205–214. ref>

by Fakhr al-Din Pirioghlu and centered in Kars, the South West Caucasian Republic was established. It claimed the territory around the regions of Kars and Batum, parts of the Yerevan district and the Akhaltsikhe and Akhalkalaki districts of the Tiflis province. It existed alongside with the British general governorship created during the Entente's intervention in Transcaucasia. Hovannisian. ''Republic of Armenia, Vol. I'', pp. 205-214. ref>


Jinghong

Gasa Airport is the second largest airport in Yunnan, located just five kilometers from the downtown. Flights to Kunming, Shanghai, Chengdu and other major cities in China run regularly. There is one weekly international flight to Luang Prabang (resumes 1 November). *The city has the largest public transportation center in Xishuangbanna and connects travelers to nearby cities, towns and villages. *China National Highway 214 *China National Highway 213 * Asian

on the Mekong River which forms the border with Yunnan in China) as the son of the local ruler Lao Meng and his wife Ua Ming Chommueang, a princess from the Tai Lue city of Chiang Rung (Jinghong), in Sipsongpanna (Xishuangbanna) in Yunnan. * China National Highway 213: Lanzhou (Gansu) - Mohan (Mohan, Yunnan) (Yunnan), * China National Highway 214: Xining (Qinghai) - Jinghong (Yunnan),


Azawad

Cities of The Middle East and North Africa: A Historical Encyclopedia year 2007 publisher ABC-CLIO location Santa Barbara, CA isbn 1-57607-919-8 author Michael Dumper, Bruce E. Stanley The Tuareg (Tuareg people) temporarily took control in 1737. During the remainder of the 18th century, various Tuareg tribes, Bambara (Bambara people) and Kounta briefly occupied or besieged the city. During this period, the influence of the ''Pashas'', who

in the Timbuktu Districts journal Journal of the Royal African Society volume 23 issue 90 pages 125–130 publisher Oxford University Press location Oxford year 1924 jstor 715389 ref harv the historian Elias N. Saad in 1983 suggests the Soninke Wangara, Under French rule


Salem, Oregon

, United States. It is northeast of Salem, Oregon on Oregon Route 214. The population was 3,121 at the 2000 census. Mt. Angel is part of the Salem Metropolitan Statistical Area (Salem metropolitan area). Portland State University Population Research Center estimate from 2008 has the population at 3,758. Scotts Mills is part of the Salem (Salem, Oregon) Metropolitan Statistical Area (Salem metropolitan area). It is near the site of the 1993 Scotts

''' is a city in Marion County (Marion County, Oregon), Oregon, United States. Incorporated in 1889, the community had been platted in 1871 after the arrival of the railroad. The city is located in the northern end of the Willamette Valley along Interstate 5 (Interstate 5 in Oregon) between Portland (Portland, Oregon) and Salem (Salem, Oregon). Oregon routes 211, 214, 219, and 99E also serve the city, as does a freight rail line from Union Pacific. Dallas is located on Rickreall

used to run). An extension of OR 214 (Oregon Route 214) connected Woodburn with St. Paul. However, that section of OR 219 is no longer marked as a state route. Many maps (including Yahoo Maps) still show the old alignment of OR 219. '''Oregon Route 214''' is an Oregon state highway which runs from the city of Woodburn (Woodburn, Oregon), southeast into Silver Falls State Park in the Cascade foothills, and then loops back west towards Salem (Salem, Oregon). The northern


Stari Grad, Croatia

starigrad hvar.jpg thumb 240px Mlin, Stari Grad Harbour Notable inhabitants * Demetrius of Faros (†214 BC), ruler of Faros (Hvar) involved in the First Illyrian War (Illyrian Wars) * Ante Biankini (1860–1934), doctor to US President Woodrow Wilson * Juraj Biankini (1874–1928), politician * Petar Biankini (1856–1928), author * Dinko Bogdanić, choreographer, ballet dancer * Peruško Bogdanić, sculptor * Nikola Dominik Budrović (1765–1847) theologist, historian * Jakov Dulčić


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