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United States

games. '''Frederick Bean "Fred Tex" Avery''' (February 26, 1908 – August 26, 1980) was an American (United States) animator, cartoonist, voice actor (voice acting) and director (film director), famous for producing animated cartoons during The Golden Age of Hollywood animation. He did his most significant work for the Warner Bros. and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios, creating the characters of Daffy Duck, Bugs Bunny, Droopy, Screwy Squirrel

Fox network (Fox Broadcasting Company) executives, who disliked the show's dark and surreal humor. He moved on to create the sketch show ''The Edge (The Edge (Fox TV series))'' starring his then-partner, actress Julie Brown. '''Tress MacNeille''' (born June 20, 1951) is an American (United States) voice actress (voice acting) best known for providing various voices on the animated series (list of animated television series) ''The Simpsons'', ''Futurama'', '' Tiny Toon

States American actress, singer (singing) and voice artist (voice acting). She sang with Duke Ellington and Lionel Hampton before turning to acting. Her most famous role is that of communications officer Lieutenant Uhura aboard the USS ''Enterprise'' (USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)) in the popular ''Star Trek (Star Trek: The Original Series)'' television series, as well as the succeeding motion pictures, where her character was eventually promoted in Starfleet to the rank


Venezuela

Mouth''' is a strait lying between Icacos Point in southwest Trinidad and Tobago and the north coast of Venezuela. It leads from the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of Paria. It is also known as the Columbus Channel. '''Jesse Corti''' (born 1955) is an American (Venezuela) voice actor (Voice acting), perhaps best known as Lefou in the 1991 Disney animated film ''Beauty and the Beast (Beauty and the Beast (1991 film))''. He has appeared on several popular TV shows


Toronto

proposed to provide habitation for humanity. The game follows Mega-Primus, the first of these cities, built over the ruins of Toronto, Canada. Meanwhile the off-world colony of Mars is exploited by the Elerium mining corporation, Solmine, and oppressed by MarSec (MARs SECurity). birth_date '''Stephanie Beard''' (born

''', is a Canadian (Canada) radio and television broadcaster, film critic, actor, voice actor (voice acting) and comedian. He works for CFRB 1010 (CFRB (AM)) in Toronto, Ontario. Since the first Ladyfest, the event has branched out into other urban centres such as Amsterdam, Atlanta, Belfast, Belgium, Bellingham, Berlin, Birmingham, Bordeaux, Brighton, Bristol, Brooklyn, Cambridge, Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), Cork (Cork (city)), Chicago, Cardiff, Dijon, Dublin, Glasgow, Grenoble, Lansing, MI, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Manchester, Melbourne, Orlando (Orlando, Florida), Ottawa, Oxford, Philadelphia, Riverside, California, Scranton, San Francisco, San Diego, Sevilla, Tallinn, Texas, Toronto, Toulouse, Traverse City, Washington DC, Wellington, New Orleans, New Zealand and more. Each new festival is organized locally and independently of other Ladyfest events in other states or countries, primarily by volunteers, and most proceeds are donated to non-profit organizations (Non-profit organization). '''Nikahang Kowsar''', also known as '''Nik Kowsar''' ( Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto


Vancouver

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Hollywood

, actress, and voice artist (Voice acting) from Brooklyn. Shortly after moving to Hollywood in 1940, she began her career with supervising film and television scripts. She continued to do this until the 1990s and worked on films such as ''Point Blank (Point Blank (1967 film))'' and ''King Kong (King Kong (1976 film))'' and television shows such as ''Cheers'' and ''The Tracey Ullman Show''. In addition, Grau did some acting in her later years, playing both live-action


Canada

) Rosemary Brown , Canadian (Canada) politician (NDP (New Democratic Party)); first black woman elected to a provincial legislature and first black woman to run for the leadership of a major federal political party. * 26 - Edward Max Nicholson, environmentalist. *   8 - Leni Riefenstahl, 101, German filmmaker. *   8 - Jaclyn Linetsky, 17, Canadian (Canada) voice actress (voice acting), road accident. *   9 - Larry Hovis, 67

in this tract as payments for service. The town was first settled by outsiders around 1789, as Yankees from New England and other migrants moved into western New York. '''Devon Edward Sawa''' (born September 7, 1978) is a Canadian (Canada) actor and voice actor (voice acting). Although he appears in independent films, he is best known for portraying the part of Anton Tobias in the 1999 movie "Idle Hands" and for portraying List of characters in the Final Destination

Park , on the west by Notre-Dame-des-Neiges Cemetery and on the north by two Jewish cemeteries. '''Jennifer Hale''' (born January 30, 1972) is a Canadian (Canada)-born American (United States) actress and singer best known for her voice over (voice acting) work


Boston

-stratford.co.uk armstrong.htm accessdate 17 February 2012 title George Armstrong at the Central Criminal Court (Old Bailey) (the Old Bailey in London) and convicted for communicating with the German Consul in Boston, Massachusetts, to offer him assistance before the United States entered the Second World War. '''Rachael Lillis''' (born July 8, 1978) is an American (United States) actress and voice actress (voice acting). She


Japan

taken part in the invasion of Japan but the Pacific War ended before this. Instead he was posted to Palestine, before leaving the army in 1946 to take care of the family estates of Gartshore and Woodhall in Lanarkshire, which he inherited on the death of his grandfather. He also was a voice actor (voice acting) on the animated films ''The Prince of Egypt'', ''Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (film))'', ''Chicken Little (Chicken Little (film))'', ''The Pagemaster'', and on the English dubbings (dubbing (filmmaking)) of the Japanese anime films ''Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (film))'' by Hayao Miyazaki and ''Steamboy''. He voiced the pig Napoleon (Napoleon (Animal Farm)) in a TV adaptation of George Orwell's ''Animal Farm'' and guest starred in the ''Simpsons (The Simpsons)'' episode "Homer the Great" as Number One. Patrick also narrated the prologue and epilogue for the Disney's ''Nightmare Before Christmas'', which also appears on the film's soundtrack. He was originally going to do the voice for Jafar (Jafar (Aladdin)) in ''Aladdin (Aladdin (1992 Disney film))'', but couldn't finish due to scheduling conflicts. He said in interviews that not voicing Jafar was the biggest mistake in his career. Maui County welcomed 2,207,826 tourists in 2004 rising to 2,639,929 in 2007 with total tourist expenditures north of US$3.5 billion for the Island of Maui alone. While the island of O zh:日本 (Oahu) Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


Brazil

worked as a voice actor (Voice acting) in 1960s, being the voice of Top Cat ("Manda-Chuva" in Portuguese), Wally Gator and Dum-Dum (Touché Turtle and Dum Dum) (Touche Turtle's friend). His stage name was given by his mother, who was a devout of Allan Kardec's Spiritism and Lima Duarte was the last birthname given to her spiritual mentor. '''Regina Blois Duarte''' (born February 5, 1947 in Franca, São Paulo (São Paulo (state))) is a Brazilian film, television and stage actress and one of the most famous actresses in Brazilian show business. *'''Support''' renaming them all to "American". Right or wrong that is the convention in English and imo people who find it offensive are being unreasonable. Oliver Chettle (User:Oliver Chettle) 03:05, 19 Apr 2005 (UTC) *'''Disagree'''. "American" is at least ambiguous, if not different to "USA". I'd suggest renaming to :Category:Artists of the USA etc. For people who think "American" means "from the USA", does "South American" mean "from Alabama, South Carolina, etc", or "from Brazil, Argentina etc" --ScottDavis (User:ScottDavis) 02:59, 21 Apr 2005 (UTC) editor location Brazil Italy cinematography '''''Terra Nostra''''' (


Washington, D.C.

, Andrea Beutner, Peter Civetta and Nancy Walls and others. Minneapolis is where she performed stand-up comedy and theater. In 1996, she moved to her current hometown, Los Angeles, California with the stage production of Bad Seed, which won a LA Weekly Theater Award for Best Comedy Ensemble. She does television, commercials, animation, and film and was nominated for an Annie Award for Voice Acting (Voice acting) in an Animated Television Program at the 32nd Annual Annie Awards in 2005. Flanagan earned a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program for ''Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks'' in 2006. "I went to school with people from all around the world", she says. "That probably helps me with doing accents." She has numerous LA theater credits including working with writer director Justin Tanner at Third Stage in Burbank in his shows ''Oklahomo!'', ''Wife Swappers'', ''Pot Mom'', and ''Zombie Attack!'' Did stand-up in Minneapolis at the Comedy Gallery and Knuckleheads and performed with Dudley Riggs' Brave New Workshop. Career He was born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Hyattsville (Hyattsville, Maryland), Maryland, and started his career in journalism as a city side reporter at ''The Boston Globe'' newspaper, after graduating from ''Northwestern University'''s ''Medill School of Journalism'' in 1981. In 1983, he wrote for ''The Chicago Reporter'', a monthly investigative magazine on Chicago (Chicago, Illinois)'s racial and social issues. In 1986, Blackistone joined ''The Dallas Morning News'' newspaper as a reporter in the City section; he later moved to the Business section covering economics, and the Metropolitan section covering city events and issues. '''Noah Brooks''' (October 25, 1830 – August 16, 1903) was a journalist and editor who worked for newspapers in Sacramento (Sacramento, California), San Francisco (San Francisco, California), Newark (Newark, New Jersey), and New York (New York City), and authored a major biography of Abraham Lincoln based on close personal observation. Born in Castine (Castine, Maine), Maine, he moved to Dixon, Illinois in 1856, where he became involved in the first Republican (Republican Party (United States)) campaign for President (John Frémont (John C. Frémont)). During the campaign, he became friends with Lincoln. Brooks moved to Kansas in 1857 as a “free state” settler, but returned to Illinois about a year later, then moved to California in 1859. After the death of his wife in 1862, Brooks moved to Washington, D.C. to cover the Lincoln administration for the Sacramento ''Daily Union''. He was accepted into the Lincoln household as an old friend. Unlike most people, Brooks was able to maintain a close friendship with both the President and Mrs. Lincoln (Mary Todd Lincoln). When Brooks was detailed to cover the 1864 Democratic Convention (1864 Democratic National Convention) in Chicago, President Lincoln asked Brooks to also report back in detail by private letter. Washington honorably served in the United States Air Force. Active in promoting the arts, he hosted the recent 16th Annual Pan-African Film Festival. Washington was the Master of Ceremonies for the first White House Summit on Malaria to fight the war against malaria in 15 African countries. On September 25, 2008, Washington attended the 63rd United Nations General Assembly in New York City as an advisor to President Ernest Bai Koroma of the Republic of Sierra Leone (Sierra Leone). Washington served as a member of the President's personal delegation while the newly democratically elected President addressed the United Nations for the first time. The following day, President Koroma traveled to Washington, D.C. and took private meetings with Congressman Donald Payne (Donald M. Payne) and Congressman John Conyers, Jr. at the recommendation of Washington. Inspired by his first visit to the United States and Washington, D.C., Koroma announced at the Willard Hotel before his key Ministers, that he would grant Washington full citizenship and issue him his official Sierra Leone passport. This historical citizenship declaration made Washington the first African-American to receive such an honor and President Ernest Bai Koroma the first African President to perform such an act. Finalized on April 26, 2010, it concluded a longtime dream of dual citizenship for African-Americans by Pan African pioneers such as W.E.B. DuBois, Kwame Nkrumah, Martin Luther King, Jr., Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., Horace Mann Bond, Ralph Bunche, Malcolm X, Marcus Garvey, Edward Wilmot Blyden and Rev. Leon H. Sullivan. Washington takes oath as a Sierra Leonean, Salone Jamboree Dreith was also a member and consultant for the American Federation of Musicians Negotiating Sub-committee for every major electronic media agreement negotiated by them. During that time, he was also AFM liaison to both the Theatrical and Television Motion Picture Special Payments Fund (MPSPF), and the Phonograph Record Manufacturers' Special Payments Fund, even addressing the House Sub-committee on Intellectual Properties in support of Digital Performers Rights legislation in Washington, D.C. that was signed into law by President Bill Clinton in November 1995. In August 1940, the U.S. Navy had five sites with diplomatic targets which were all linked directly, or indirectly through U.S. Army communication circuits, to Washington, D.C. via radio and landline communications. These sites were Winter Harbor, Maine; Amagansett, New York; Cheltenham, Maryland; Jupiter, Florida; and Fort Ward—Bainbridge Island, Washington. In June 2000, a US Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) delegation visited Cuba to meet with Castro. Representative (United States House of Representatives) Bennie Thompson (D (Democratic Party (United States))-Miss. (Mississippi)) mentioned to Castro that his district had a shortage of doctors, who responded by offering full scholarships for US nationals from Mississippi at ELAM. Later that same June, in a Washington, D.C. meeting with the CBC, the Cuban Minister of Public Health expanded the offer to all districts represented by the CBC. At a September 2000 speech event at Riverside Church, New York City, Castro publicly announced a further expanded offer which was reported as allowing several hundred places at ELAM for medical students from low-income communities from any part of the USA. Reports of the size of this offer varied in the US press - 250 or 500 places were suggested with perhaps half reserved for African-Americans and half for Hispanics and Native American (Native Americans in the United States)s. The ELAM offer to US students was classified as a "cultural exchange" program by the US State Department (United States State Department) in order to avoid the restrictions of the U.S. embargo against Cuba (United States embargo against Cuba). The first intake of US students into ELAM occurred in the Spring of 2001, with 10 enrolling into the pre-medical program. "Summit in New York: The Cuban Leader; Friendly Crowd Provides Castro With a Soapbox", Edward Wong and Chris Hedges, ''The New York Times'', Sept. 9 2000 "8 Americans in Havana Are Med Students With a Mission", Mark Fineman, ''The Los Angeles Times'', May 1, 2001 The '''Hay–Adams Hotel''' is a luxury hotel located at 800 16th Street (16th Street (Washington, D.C.)) NW (Northwest, Washington, D.C.) in Washington, D.C. Lafayette Square (President's Park#Lafayette Park) and St. John's Episcopal Church (St. John's Episcopal Church, Washington, D.C.), also known as the Church of the Presidents, are located across the street. The hotel is a contributing property to the Lafayette Square Historic District (Lafayette Square Historic District (Washington, D.C.)) and a member of the Historic Hotels of America (National Trust for Historic Preservation#Historic Hotels of America). Chennault "has served as a committeewoman of the Washington, D.C. Republican Party (Republican Party (United States)) since 1960...was the founder and chairperson of the National Republican Asian Assembly" and has advocated greater participation in political affairs by Chinese- and other Asian-Americans, and also has discussed relations between the U.S. and China. *In 1996, Josh White, Jr. released a well received second tribute album to his father's music, entitled ''House of the Rising Son'' (Silverwolf, produced by Josh White, Jr., Douglas Yeager and Peter Link). *On June 26, 1998, the United States Postal Service issued a 32-cent postage stamp honoring White, unveiling it on Washington, D.C.'s National Mall, followed by a concert tribute of his songs by Josh White, Jr. This same year, Smithsonian Folkways released an album of White's work, entitled ''Free and Equal Blues'', his only solo album released on the label (though he was featured on several compilation works both before and after). White's Discography on Folkways *From 2002 to 2006, the historic Americana show '''Glory Bound''', which starred Odetta, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Oscar Brand, and Josh White, Jr., toured America, in a salute to the first three folk and blues artists to be honored with U.S. postage stamps, Josh White, Leadbelly and Woody Guthrie. Eddy and Fulton looked for engineers to design the project. De Witt and Van Rensselaer sought land cessations for the path of the canal. Livingston, with the help of Clinton, devised a plan to secure national assistance. Morris and North looked for the best way to borrow money. The largest duty, however, was assigned to Clinton and Morris, who went to Washington, D.C., to solicit aid from President James Madison and the Federal Government. Unfortunately, after failing to obtain any funds from the government, their situation only got worse with the War of 1812. Nearly all high speed trains use power cars, frequently at both ends. An example of these are the Acela trainsets in use by Amtrak; which are built by Bombardier in Canada using technology licensed from France's Alstom, the twenty Acela trainsets operate between Washington, D.C. and Boston, Massachusetts, each trainset consists of six passenger cars and two power cars. Another traditional example would be the older Intercity 125, made for and used by British Rail and several subsequent privatised bodies like Virgin Trains. The '''Robert J. Terry Anatomical Skeletal Collection''' is a collection of some 1,728 human skeletons held by the Department of Anthropology of the National Museum of Natural History of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., USA. Robert J. Terry Anatomical Skeletal Collection, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, USA. Government service Clifford had risen to a full partner in his law firm by 1927. His income was such that he was little affected by the onset of the Great Depression (Great Depression in the United States) in 1929. As economic conditions worsened, both Clifford and Virginia were becoming more aware of the inequality and injustice which characterized many responses to the collapse. It was this awareness that caused Clifford to unexpectedly leave the firm early in 1933. When members of the junior staff were laid off for financial reasons, Clifford suggested that the more senior members of the firm, including himself, take a pay cut in order to avoid future firings. This suggestion was not supported by the other senior staff. Cliff thus found his continued association with the firm to be untenable.


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