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Equatorial Guinea

to hunt thylacines''. In video games, boomerang-wielding Ty the Tasmanian Tiger is the star of his own trilogy. Characters in the early 1990s cartoon ''Taz-Mania'' included the neurotic Wendell T. Wolf, the last surviving Tasmanian wolf. ''Tiger Tale'' is a children's book based on an Aboriginal myth about how the thylacine got its stripes. The thylacine character Rolf is featured in the extinction musical ''Rockford's Rock Opera''. The thylacine is the mascot for the Tasmanian cricket team (Tasmanian Tigers), and has appeared in postage stamps from Australia, Equatorial Guinea, and Micronesia (Federated States of Micronesia). Commons:Category:Equatorial Guinea WikiPedia:Equatorial Guinea Dmoz:Regional Africa Equatorial Guinea


Chechnya

location London Author ''My War Gone By, I Miss It So'', is a noted book based on his experiences in Bosnia and Chechnya. The memoir is a chilling depiction of the depravity of war and adrenalin addiction Loyd experienced covering the violent dissolution of Yugloslavia in the mid-1990s. In the book Loyd staggers chapters about war in Bosnia (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Chechnya, and boredom tinged with heroin addiction in London. On September 16, 2002, Interior


Peterborough

in 2013. ''Rule Book'' (Based on Co-operatives UK 12th ed. Model Rules) Anglia Regional Co-operative Society, 6 October 2009. The combined society began trading as Central England Co-operative in 2014. Designated a New Town (New towns in the United Kingdom) in 1967, Peterborough Development Corporation was formed in partnership with the city and county councils to house London's London


Madagascar

Towards an Anthropological Theory of Value: The False Coin of Our Own Dreams ''. He has done extensive anthropological work in Madagascar, writing his doctoral thesis (''The Disastrous Ordeal of 1987: Memory and Violence in Rural Madagascar'') on the continuing social division between the descendants of nobles and the descendants of former slaves. A book based on his dissertation, ''Lost People: Magic and the Legacy of Slavery in Madagascar'' appeared from Indiana University Press


Manhattan

left South Africa in 1946 and ended up in New York, where Fritz Perls worked briefly with Karen Horney, and Wilhelm Reich. After living through a peripatetic episode, during which he lived in Montreal and served as a cruise ship psychiatrist, Perls finally settled in Manhattan. Perls wrote his second book with the assistance of New York intellectual and author, Paul Goodman (Paul Goodman (writer)), who drafted the theoretical second part of the book based upon Perls' hand

Department of Public Works (now the New York State Department of Transportation). The musical was inspired by an article about subway (New York City Subway) homelessness in the March 1956 issue of Harper's and a subsequent 1957 book based on it, both by Edmund G. Love, who slept on subway trains throughout the 1950s and encountered many unique individuals. With the profits from his book, Love then embarked on a bizarre hobby: over the course of several years, he ate dinner at every restaurant listed in the Manhattan yellow pages directory, visiting them in alphabetical order. Duke's other residences were private during her lifetime: she spent summer weekends working on her Newport Restoration Foundation projects while staying at Rough Point, the 49-room English manor-style mansion that she inherited in Newport, Rhode Island. Winters were spent at an estate she built in the 1930s and named "Shangri La (Shangri La (Doris Duke))" in Honolulu, Hawaii; and at "Falcon's Lair" in Beverly Hills, California, once the home of Rudolph Valentino. She also maintained two apartments in Manhattan: a 9-room penthouse with a Commons:Category:Manhattan, New York City WikiPedia:Manhattan Dmoz:Regional North America United States New York Localities N New York City Manhattan


Bosnia and Herzegovina


Kenya

scientist , Woodrow Kaprow, who has developed a time machine (time travel) which brings John back to the era he dreams of. Just before leaving to the past, John discovers his mother wants to publish a book based on voice records of his dreams and, angry and deluded, he leaves her house and changes his name into Joshua Kampa. '''''Afropithecus turkanensis''''', a new Miocene hominoid, was excavated from a small site near Lake Turkana called Kalodirr in northern Kenya in 1986


Hollywood

-ul-Haq in ''Charlie Wilson's War'', which stars Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts. '''''Eating Raoul''''' is a 1982 black comedy about a married couple living in Hollywood who resort to killing swingers (swinging) for their money. It was directed by Paul Bartel and written by Bartel and Richard Blackburn. The writers also commissioned a single-issue comic book based on the movie for promotion; it was created by underground comics creator Kim Deitch. Background Josh Todd grew up in Anaheim Hills, California and later moved to Lake Forest, California. He attended high school at Trabuco Hills High School in Orange County, California and graduated in 1989. Prior to his days in Buckcherry, Todd fronted the Hollywood glam rock band Slamhound. Slamhound was signed to Skydoor Records, an independent record company that was unsuccessful in releasing a Slamhound album even though the band recorded over a dozen songs with Josh as the lead singer. While in Slamhound, Josh honed his musical style, moving away from glam and more towards punk. In 1995, Josh met guitarist Keith Nelson through his tattoo artist. The two agreed to meet because of their shared love of AC DC. They soon formed the band Sparrow, which later changed its name to Buckcherry. He later married Mitzi Martin, an American actress and model. '''''Robin Hood''''' is the first motion picture ever to have a Hollywood premiere, held at Grauman's Egyptian Theatre on October 18, 1922. The movie's full title, under which it was copyrighted, is '''''Douglas Fairbanks in Robin Hood''''', as shown in the illustration at right. It was one of the most expensive films of the 1920s, with a budget estimated at approximately one million dollars and generally received favorable reviews. Nicknames He was known as (List of motorsports people by nickname) '''Handsome Harry Gant''' due to his Hollywood-style good looks, '''The Bandit''' after his longtime sponsor Skoal Bandit, '''Mr. September''' after winning four consecutive Winston Cup races and two Busch Series races in September 1991, and '''High Groove Harry''' after the high line he often took through the corner. A humble man, Gant often stated that he was a good race car driver, but a great carpenter.


Pakistan

(Kolkata) The Telegraph '' accessdate 2008-08-16 In September 2007, a book based on the making of the film, titled ''They said it'', was released. The book contains testimonials from members of the film’s cast and crew and follows the production stages of the film. Commons:Category:Pakistan WikiPedia:Pakistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan


Italy

'' game. It starred Edward Carnby and introduced Aline Cedrac, both on the trail of a mysterious lost city of Aggartha in Tibet. The comic also featured the characters of Frank Stone, a young scientist who accompanies Aline, Ganesha, a fortune hunter, and Dr. Leng, a wise man who lives in his private flying ship along with his beautiful assistant Monplaisir (the two characters also appears in a French comic book based on "Motor Mayhem"). Company profile Founded in 1985 by Dr

'', is a herb that grows one to three feet high and produces a large, yellow inflorescence. The plant thrives in warm climates like Iran, Italy, Greece, Turkey and Somalia, but also grows in cooler climates. Some view opopanax grown in cooler climates as being of inferior quality. '''''Six Memos for the Next Millennium''''' is a book based on a series of lectures written by Italo Calvino for the Charles Eliot Norton Lectures at Harvard, but never delivered as Calvino died before leaving Italy. The lectures were originally written in Italian (Italian language) and translated by Patrick Creagh. The lectures were to be given in the fall of 1985, and ''Memos'' was published in 1988. The memos are lectures on the values of literature which Calvino felt were important for the coming millennium. At the time of his death Calvino had finished all but the last lecture. Taganrog's main trading partners are: CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) countries, South Korea, Turkey, Italy, Greece and Egypt. * '''PL-9''' - first designed as an air-to-air missile * '''LY-60 FD-60 PL10''' - based on the Italian (Italy) Selenia Aspide air-to-air missile. * '''TY-90''' - first designed as an air-to-air missile - SG-II ADS towed system, LS ADS and YT ADS mobile systems.


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