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Bracebridge, Ontario

, CFBG (CFBG-FM) 99.5 FM, a hot adult contemporary station that uses the on-air brand "Moose FM". Moose FM 99.5 is owned by Vista Radio. Prior to Vista Radio's ownership, the station was owned by Haliburton Broadcasting Group. Local newspapers include ''Bracebridge Examiner'', ''District Weekender'', ''Muskoka Sun'' and ''Muskoka Advance''. The first newspaper in Bracebridge was the ''Northern Advocate'' begun in 1870 by Thomas McMurray


Santa Clara, Cuba

of revolutionary Che Guevara from being an "international super-brand". According to Rodriguez the new song on his upcoming album ''"Segunda Cita"'' (Second Date) returns the emphasis and meaning of Guevara's life to "his struggle against imperialism (Anti-imperialism), his love of being a revolutionary and his concept of socialism." Cuba's Silvio Rodriguez Dedicates Song to 'Che' ''AP'', July 23, 2009 * In October 2009, French alternative rock artist Manu Chao played two tribute concerts in Cuba (at Havana University and Sandino Stadium in the city of Santa Clara (Santa Clara, Cuba)) to mark the 42nd anniversary Guevara's assassination. Chao was accompanied in Havana by Polish (Polish people) designer Jacek Wozniak, who joined several Cuban artists to paint a large mural dedicated to Che's memory. French Rocker to Play Che Memorial Concerts in Cuba by Howell Llewellyn, Reuters, October 9, 2009 * Song "List do Che" (literally "Letter to Che") by Polish alternative rock band Strachy na Lachy mocks the fact that capitalists make great profit from communism-oriented revolutionst's image * On November 16, 2008, a new world record for the number of dominoes toppled in one turn was set in the Netherlands. The 4,345,027 falling dominoes tumbled for two hours and along with other images, revealed a portrait of Che Guevara. New Domino Toppling Record Set ''3News'', November 16, 2008 - Video * On April 29, 2004, one of the largest simultaneous chess games in history was played with 13,000 boards set up in front of the Che Guevara Mausoleum in Santa Clara, Cuba. The games of chess, which was Guevara's personal favorite, included the participation of President Fidel Castro. A similar event took place again in 2007 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Che's death in Bolivia, when 1,500 chess boards were played at once. Villa Clara (Villa Clara Province) Grandmaster (Grandmaster (chess)) Jesus Nogueiras dedicated the chess extravaganza to Che, remarking that "there will always be Grandmasters thanks to the revolution that Che helped make a reality." Outdoor Chess Match to Honor Che Guevara by Jose Antonio Fulgueiras, June 10, 2007 * In 2009, it was announced that GlobalFun would be releasing a mobile phone game entitled ''El Che''. Described as a "great looking, action packed, freedom fighting excursion into the historical battles of Sierra Maestra, Bueycito and Santa Clara", ''El Che'' allows cell phone users to choose from an arsenal of assault rifles, shotguns, grenades and rocket launchers, while you attempt "to bring peace to impoverished Cuba." El Che Fighting for Mobile Freedom by Spanner Spencer, ''PocketGamer'', March 11, 2009 thumb Luis Felipe Méliz in 2010 (File:Luis Felipe Méliz Barcelona 2010.jpg) '''Luis Felipe Méliz Linares''' (born August 11, 1979 in Santa Clara (Santa Clara, Cuba), Villa Clara) is a male Spanish (Spain) long jumper of Cuban origins. folded 1961 The '''Cuban League''' was one of the earliest and longest lasting professional baseball leagues outside of the United States, operating in Cuba from 1878 to 1961. The schedule usually operated during the winter months, so the league was sometimes known as the "Cuban Winter League." It was always a small league, generally 3 to 5 teams, and was centered in Havana, though it sometimes included teams from outlying cities such as Matanzas or Santa Clara (Santa Clara, Cuba). The league became racially integrated in 1900, and during the first half of the 20th century the Cuban League was a premier venue for black and white players to meet. Many great black Northern American players competed in Cuba alongside native black and white Cuban stars such as José Méndez, Cristóbal Torriente, Adolfo Luque (Dolf Luque), and Martín Dihigo. After 1947, the Cuban League entered into an agreement with Major League Baseball and was used for player development. Following the 1959 Cuban Revolution, however, tensions rose with the new Communist government, and in March 1961 the government decreed the abolition of professional baseball. The '''Battle of Yaguajay''' (December 19–30, 1958) was a decisive victory for the Cuban Revolutionaries over the soldiers of the Batista government near the city of Santa Clara (Santa Clara, Cuba) in Cuba during the Cuban Revolution. The northern highway (Carretera del Norte) passes through the city; the main road from Ciego de Avila to Cayo Coco also skirts it. It is also linked by railway, to Ciego de Avila, and on the Santa Clara (Santa Clara, Cuba)-to-Nuevitas line. *San Andres (San Andrés, San Andrés y Providencia) (Gustavo Rojas Pinilla International Airport) *Santa Clara Cayo Santa Maria (Santa Clara, Cuba) (Abel Santa María Airport) *Varadero (Juan Gualberto Gómez Airport)


Grand Duchy of Baden

groups frequently sought permission to migrate to Australia, the United States, Canada and Brazil so that they could practice their own particular "brand" of Lutheran or Evangelical worship. In particular, the Old Lutheran communities in Missouri, South Australia, and Ontario, Canada came from this movement. These communities maintained strong ties to the homeland, continued to speak German over generations, and developed extensive education and mission


Thurrock

Product Support Early life Brand was born in Orsett Hospital, Grays, Essex, England, the only child of Barbara Elizabeth (née Nichols) and photographer Ronald Henry Brand. Nick Barratt. "Family Detective: Russell Brand". ''Daily Telegraph''. 2007. This article gives his place


Lower Hutt

) Ltd url http: www.dse.co.nz dse.shop en catalog INF0002615 accessdate 2009-02-03 including the "PowerHouse" stores, the first being in Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), then Manukau, followed by Sylvia Park in Auckland, and Palmerston North. A third brand "Dick Smith Technology" store has also been opened in Lower Hutt, following the same PowerHouse product range. Its e-commerce (Electronic commerce) website uses a search


Palmerston North

including the "PowerHouse" stores, the first being in Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), then Manukau, followed by Sylvia Park in Auckland, and Palmerston North. A third brand "Dick Smith Technology" store has also been opened in Lower Hutt, following the same PowerHouse product range. Its e-commerce (Electronic commerce) website uses a search engine by SLI Systems that learns from what the users search for.


Hamilton, New Zealand

url http: www.dse.co.nz dse.shop en catalog INF0002615 accessdate 2009-02-03 including the "PowerHouse" stores, the first being in Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), then Manukau, followed by Sylvia Park in Auckland, and Palmerston North. A third brand "Dick Smith Technology" store has also been opened in Lower Hutt, following the same PowerHouse product range. Its e-commerce (Electronic commerce) website uses a search engine


Yekaterinburg

to mobile services in the city. Beeline has launched an initiative to provide Wi-Fi services in 500 public trams and trolley buses in Yekaterinburg. Fletcher, Martin. "Yekaterinburg signs cooperative agreement with Vimpelcom under Beeline brand", ''Yekateringburg News'', July 19, 2013. (Retrieved July 22, 2013). Sports class "


Congress Poland

Congress Poland, his brother Antoni Radziwiłł was dismissed as Duke-Governor of the Prussian Grand Duchy of Posen by King Frederick William III (Frederick William III of Prussia) and the sole rule passed to Flottwell as the new ''Oberpräsident''. He was a strong supporter of Germanisation and standardised schooling policies, which by some was seen as directed against ethnic Polish Prussians in the region. In 1843 in "''Anerkennung der Hilfe nach dem großen Hamburger Brand''" (acknowledgment


Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

the CHNU callsign instead. In any case, the call letters had not featured prominently in the station's on-air branding, as the station opted to use the on-air brand "NOWTV". CHNU relied on television advertisements and donations from viewers for financial support. On September 28, 2007, Rogers' CRTC (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission) application to acquire the Citytv stations, including CHMI (CHMI-TV) in Winnipeg, was approved. As a condition


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