Kingdom of Powys

; Eiludd Powys (613–?) Beli ap Eiludd vers 655 Gwylog ap Beli (695 –725) Elisedd ap Gwylog (725–755?) Brochfael ap Elisedd (755?–773) Cadell ap Elisedd (773–808) Cyngen ap Cadell (808–854) Throne usurped by Gwynedd and exiled to Rome where the family endured '''House of Manaw''' Rhodri Mawr (854–878) of Gwynedd, inheriting through his mother Merfyn ap Rhodri (878–900) Llywelyn ap

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Pendle

of Higham '''Higham''' is a village in the Borough of Pendle (Pendle) in Lancashire, England, south of Pendle Hill. The civil parish (civil parishes in England) is named "''Higham with West Close Booth''". The village is south west of Nelson (Nelson, Lancashire) along the A6068 road. At the 2001 census (United Kingdom Census 2001) Higham had a population of 808 in 338 dwellings.<

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Jauja

painted blue. Laguna de Paca lake is close to the city. History


Commander Islands

%3E %3Cstoragepath%3E:: tabl-23-10.xls ; 808 (2002 Census (Russian Census (2002))); 1,356 (1989 Census (Soviet Census (1989))). '''Preobrazhenskoye''' ( ) was a village (types of inhabited localities in Russia) (''selo (village#Russia)'') in Aleutsky District of Kamchatka Oblast, Russian SFSR (Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic), Soviet Union, located on Medny Island in the Commander Islands group east


Sa Pa

out for a month. In 1993 the last obstacle to Sa Pa's full rebirth as a prominent holiday destination was lifted as the decision was made to open the door fully to international tourism. Sa Pa was back on the tourist trail again, this time for a newly emerging local elite tourist crowd, as well as international tourists. Michaud J., S.Turner, 2006 "Contending Visions of a Hill-Station in Vietnam". ''Annals of Tourism Research''. 33(3): 785-808. Sapa is now

the Fansipan References * Forbes, Andrew, and Henley, David: 'Sapa and the Northwest' in: ''Vietnam Past and Present: The North'' (History and culture of Hanoi and Tonkin). Chiang Mai. Cognoscenti Books, 2012. ASIN: B006DCCM9Q. * Michaud, J. and S. Turner, 2006: Contending Visions of Sa Pa, A Hill-Station in Viet Nam. ''Annals of Tourism Research''. Vol 33, no 3, 785-808. * Michaud, J


Waikiki

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Fes

; ref Foundation and the Idrisids The city was founded on a bank of the Jawhar river by Idris I in 789, founder of the Zaydi Shi'ite (Zaidiyyah) Idrisid dynasty. His son, Idris II (808), "Fes". ''Encyclopædia Britannica''. 2007. Britannica Concise Encyclopedia. 3 Mar. 2007 built a settlement on the opposing river bank. These settlements would soon develop into two walled and largely autonomous sites, often

in conflict with one another: ''Madinat Fas'' and ''Al-'Aliya''. In 808 Al-'Aliya replaced Walili (Volubilis) as the capital of the Idrisids. Arab emigration to Fez, including 800 Andalusi families of Berber descent p. 55 in 817–818 expelled after a rebellion against the Umayyads of Córdoba (Córdoba, Spain), and 2,000 Arab families banned from Kairouan (modern Tunisia) after another

captured Tlemcen (modern day Algeria) which became part of the kingdom. This succession of events prompted vengeance from the Abbasid caliph Harun Al-Rashid, who sent emissaries to kill him. Idris I was poisoned and died in 791. His son, Idris II, was brought up by the Awraba, and left Walīla for Fes in 808. Idris is buried in Moulay Idriss. * The Jewish (Judeo-Arabic languages) dialect in Algiers * The dialect of Fes in Morocco '''French Protectorate of Morocco


Smyrna, Tennessee

. Eicher, pp 419-20; McDonough, p. 291; Welcher, pp. 808-809, 818-19; Esposito, text for map 77; Cozzens, pp. 45-46, 219-26. platform Nissan F-Alpha platform assembly Smyrna, Tennessee, United States Barcelona, Spain length 2005–07: . aka Nissan Frontier Nissan Frontier Bravado Nissan Fiera Nissan Hardbody


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