Åland Islands

78 - ! 1961 317 237 80 - ! 1962 297 229 68 - ! 1963 293 222 71 - ! 1964 315 264 51 - ! 1965 331 229 102 - ! 1966 324 226 98 - ! 1967 338 223 115 - ! 1968 314 244 70 - ! 1969 298 262 36 - ! 1970 283 225 58 - ! 1971 302 228 74 - ! 1972 296

14.8 9.3 5.6 - ! 1991 24,700 324 256 68 13.1 10.4 2.8 - ! 1992 24,900 325 278 47 13.0 11.2 1.9 - ! 1993 25,000 329 241 88 13.1 9.6 3.5 - ! 1994 25,100 303 261 42 12.1 10.4 1.7 - ! 1995 25,200 338 258 80 13.4 10.2 3.2 - ! 1996 25,200 290 281 9 11.5 11.1 0.4 - ! 1997 25,300 286 241 45 11.3 9.5 1.8 - ! 1998 25,500 311 237 74

. Many of the famous windjammers sailed under the Finnish flag during at least some part of their careers. Ship-owner Gustaf Erikson of Mariehamn, Åland Islands, Finland, was famous for his windjammer fleet during the inter-war years. Other renowned sailing ship companies running their affairs despite the encroachment of the machine age were F. Laeisz of Hamburg and A.D. Bordes of Dunkirk. Randier, ''Men and Ships around Cape Horn'', p. 338 ref>


Kingdom of Gwent

east of the Black Mountains (Black Mountains, Wales) who won control of a wider area to the south. Raymond Howell, ''A History of Gwent'', 1988, ISBN 0-86383-338-1 The Early Welsh Kingdoms, Gwent & Glywysing A later monarch was the Christian King Tewdrig who was mortally wounded repelling a pagan Saxon (Anglo-Saxons) invasion. His son Meurig (Meurig ap Tewdrig) may have been

also likely placed him in control of the Kingdom of Powys, which was under the authority of Gwynedd. As such Hywel became king of nearly all of Wales except for Morgannwg and Gwent (Kingdom of Gwent) in the south. Lloyd, pp. 337–338. This overlordship allowed Hywel to pursue the accomplishment for which he is best known: the codification of Welsh law. Lloyd, p. 338. ** Cadwgan ap Owain (c.930-950) King of West Glywysing * Morgan the Old


Sadr City

deadly track record as a marksman during his deployment to Ramadi, the insurgents named him 'Al-Shaitan Ramad' - the Devil of Rahmadi - and put a $20,000 bounty on his head. His most legendary shot came outside Sadr City in 2008 when he shot an insurgent with a rocket launcher near an Army (United States Army) convoy with his .338 Lapua Magnum rifle at .

-Kyle--deadliest-sniper-US-history.html#ixzz1iRO9i9Fo 255 confirmed kills: Meet Navy SEAL Chris Kyle... the deadliest sniper in US history Retrieved 2012-03-01. * British Army Corporal Christopher Reynolds of the 3d. battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland, the Black Watch, shot and killed a Taliban commander at a range of using a .338 Lapua Magnum (8.6 mm) L115A3 (Accuracy International AWM#British Armed Forces) rifle. ref>


Rainy Lake

338 m abbr on islands ~2,568 Rahm, Joe. Island Images: Rainy Lake’s missing islands. ''The Journal.'' 14 Feb. 2010. cities International Falls, MN Fort Frances, Ontario pushpin_map Minnesota pushpin_label_position bottom pushpin_map_caption Location of Rainy Lake on the USA Canada


Gainsborough, Saskatchewan

, Saskatchewan Lake of the Rivers Livingston


Virginia State Lottery

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Providensky District

"center" 188 (51.2%) align "center" 179 (48.8%) *'''''selo (village#Russia)'' of Enmelen''' - valign "top" Nunligran ( ) align "center" 338 align "center" 185 (54.7%) align "center"


Puerto Cabezas

183 Jun precipitation mm 378 Jul precipitation mm 414 Aug precipitation mm 370 Sep precipitation mm 303 Oct precipitation mm 338 Nov precipitation mm 278 Dec precipitation mm 202 Jan rain days 16 Feb rain days 11 Mar rain days 7 Apr rain days 8 May rain days 12 Jun rain days 20 Jul rain days 23 Aug rain days 22 Sep rain days 20 Oct rain days 20 Nov rain days 19 Dec rain days 20 unit rain days 1.0 mm source 1 Hong Kong Observatory<


Classical Athens

of Macedon was becoming dominant in Athenian affairs, despite the warnings of the last great statesman of independent Athens, Demosthenes. In 338 BC the armies of Philip II (Philip II of Macedon) defeated Athens at the Battle of Chaeronea (Battle of Chaeronea (338 BC)), effectively limiting Athenian independence. Athens and other states became part of the League of Corinth. Further, the conquests of his son, Alexander the Great, widened Greek horizons and made the traditional Greek

the boule consist of 50 men from each of these tribes. Each tribe's delegation would be an executive of the boule for one-tenth of the year (Attic calendar), so that ten groups of prytaneis served each year, a position granted by sortition. The executive officers were known as prytaneis and their term of office as a prytany (πρυτανία). The '''Battle of Chaeronea''' ( ) was fought in 338 BC, near the city of Chaeronea in Boeotia, between the forces

of Philip II (Philip II of Macedon) of Macedon (Macedonia (ancient kingdom)) and an alliance of Greek city-states (the principal members of which were Athens (Classical Athens) and Thebes (Thebes, Greece)). The battle was the culmination of Philip's campaign in Greece (Rise of Macedon#Philip's final campaigns (339–338 BC)) (339&ndash;338 BC) and resulted in a decisive victory for the Macedonians. By the late Hellenistic (Hellenistic civilization) or early Roman (Ancient Rome) period


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