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Fort Collins, Colorado

zero energy district. The FortZED area encompasses the Downtown area of Fort Collins and the main campus of Colorado State University. FortZED is a set of active projects and initiatives, created by public-private partnerships, which utilize smart grid and renewable energy technologies to achieve local power generation and energy demand management. Federal, state, and local funding are making the project a reality. The U.S. Department of Energy has contributed $6.3 million, the Colorado


Paraguay

Rica , Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Uruguay, The Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Peru, though some countries do not currently have active projects. style "width:20%" Urutu style "width:40%" Southeastern Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and northern Argentina (in the provinces of Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires Province), Catamarca (Catamarca Province), Córdoba (Córdoba Province, Argentina), Corrientes


Uruguay

, Mexico, and Peru, though some countries do not currently have active projects. style "width:20%" Urutu style "width:40%" Southeastern Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and northern Argentina (in the provinces of Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires Province), Catamarca (Catamarca Province), Córdoba (Córdoba Province, Argentina), Corrientes (Corrientes Province), Chaco (Chaco Province), Entre Ríos (Entre Ríos Province), Formosa (Formosa Province), La


Nicaragua

as Amigos de Honduras grew to become Amigos de las Américas. Since the initial project in Honduras, AMIGOS has expanded to many different countries including Brazil, Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Uruguay, The Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Peru, though some countries do not currently have active projects. Kalish was perhaps best known for his outspoken opposition to the war in Vietnam (Vietnam War) and later, his opposition to U.S. military involvement in Nicaragua and Grenada. As chairman of the Philosophy Department of the University of California, Los Angeles, Kalish hired Marxist (Marxism) political activist (political activism) Angela Davis, an act that drew considerable controversy at the time. In 2001, the University's Philosophy Department initiated the Donald Kalish Prize for intellectual excellence, given to the most promising undergraduate student in the Department. ''Terciopelo'', ''fer-de-lance'' Atlantic lowlands of eastern Mexico and Central America, including Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua Costa Rica and Panama, a disjunct population occurs in southeastern Chiapas (Mexico) and southwestern Guatemala, northern South America in Colombia and Venezuela Also in Ecuador. - It includes more than 20 nations: Mexico in North America; Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama in Central America; Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay in South America; Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and Puerto Rico in the Caribbean —in summary, Hispanic America, Brazil, and Haiti. In Peru, Quechua (Quechua languages) is an official language, alongside Spanish and any other indigenous language in the areas where they predominate. In Ecuador, while holding no official status, the closely related Quichua is a recognized language of the indigenous people under the country's constitution; however, it is only spoken by a few groups in the country's highlands. In Bolivia, Aymara (Aymara language), Quechua and Guaraní hold official status alongside Spanish. Guarani (Guaraní language) is, along with Spanish, an official language of Paraguay, and is spoken by a majority of the population (who are, for the most part, bilingual), and it is co-official with Spanish in the Argentine (Argentina) province of Corrientes. In Nicaragua, Spanish is the official language, but on the country's Caribbean coast English (English language) and indigenous languages such as Miskito (Miskito language), Sumo (Sumo language), and Rama (Rama language) also hold official status. Colombia recognizes all indigenous languages spoken within its territory as official, though fewer than 1% of its population are native speakers of these. Nahuatl is one of the 62 native languages spoken by indigenous people in Mexico, which are officially recognized by the government as "national languages" along with Spanish. Other European languages spoken in Latin America include: English (English language), by some groups in Argentina, Nicaragua, Panama, and Puerto Rico, as well as in nearby countries that may or may not be considered Latin American, like Belize and Guyana (English is used as a major foreign language in Latin American commerce and education); German (German language), in southern Brazil, southern Chile, Argentina, portions of northern Venezuela, and Paraguay; Italian (Italian language), in Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and Venezuela; and Welsh (Welsh language), Reference for Welsh language in southern Argentina, Welsh immigration to Patagonia Reference for Welsh language in southern Argentina, Welsh immigration to Patagonia Reference for Welsh language in southern Argentina, Welsh immigration to Patagonia Reference for Welsh language in southern Argentina, Welsh immigration to Patagonia Reference for Welsh language in southern Argentina, Welsh immigration to Patagonia Reference for Welsh language in southern Argentina, Welsh immigration to Patagonia in southern Argentina.


Honduras

: Albania, Argentina, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belize, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Chile, Colombia, East Timor, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Ghana, Guatemala, Guyana, Guinea, Honduras, Kyrgyzstan, Lesotho, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Mexico, Morocco, Nicaragua, Peru, Philippines, Senegal, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Syria, Tajikistan


Ecuador

, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Uruguay, The Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Peru, though some countries do not currently have active projects. Common lancehead Tropical lowlands of South America east of the Andes, including southeastern Colombia, southern and eastern Venezuela, Guyana, Surinam, French Guiana, eastern Ecuador, eastern Peru, northern Bolivia and the northern half of Brazil It includes more than 20 nations: Mexico


Panama

as Amigos de Honduras grew to become Amigos de las Américas. Since the initial project in Honduras, AMIGOS has expanded to many different countries including Brazil, Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Uruguay, The Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Peru, though some countries do not currently have active projects. ''Terciopelo'', ''fer-de-lance'' Atlantic lowlands of eastern Mexico and Central America, including


Mexico

countries including Brazil, Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Uruguay, The Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Peru, though some countries do not currently have active projects. History ''Cyclops'' was launched on May 7 1910, by William Cramp and Sons, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and placed in service on November 7 1910, with Lieutenant Commander (Lieutenant Commander (United States)) George Worley, Master


Brazil

not currently have active projects. With American entry into World War I, ''Cyclops'' was commissioned on May 1 1917, and her skipper (skipper (boating)), George W. Worley, was promoted to full Commander (Commander (United States)). She joined a convoy for Saint-Nazaire, France in June 1917, returning to the U.S. in July. Except for a voyage to Halifax, Nova Scotia (City of Halifax), she served along the east coast until January 9 1918, when she was assigned to Naval Overseas


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