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Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic

, the provinces of the Caucasus seceded and formed their own federal state called the Transcaucasian Federation (Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic). Competing national interests and war with Turkey led to the dissolution of the republic half a year later, in April 1918. ::'''''Transcaucasia''''', a former name: A Latinization (Romanization) of the Russian (Russian language) name ''Zakavkaz'e'' (Закавказье), both meaning "across the Caucasus Mountains" — i.e., from

, when the provinces of the Caucasus seceded and formed their own federal state called the Transcaucasian Federation (Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic). Competing national interests and war with Turkey led to the dissolution of the republic half a year later, in April 1918. War and revolution In the final year of World War I, Nakhchivan was the scene of more bloodshed between Armenians and Azerbaijanis, who both laid claim

Nakhchivan khanate having passed to the Russian Empire after the 1828 Treaty of Turkmenchay and the Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic having been replaced by competing claims from the Democratic Republic of Armenia and the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic, with the Azeri Republic of Aras having also declared itself on the territory of Nakhichevan. War and revolution In the final year of World War I, Nakhchivan was the scene of more bloodshed between


Surgut

Dutch Shell has a substantial development. This section of the route takes about six hours. Road P-404 (Road P-404 (Russia)) connects Surgut with Tyumen. There is a port on the Ob River. Sports *Universitet Surgut (Universitet Yugra Surgut), basketball team playing in the Russian Basketball Super League *Gazprom-Yugra is a men's volleyball club competing in the Russian Volleyball Super League and playing its home matches at the Premier Arena International

''' ( ) is a Russian race car driver (driving) born on January 16, 1976 in Surgut. Maslov spent six years in top-level karting, debuting in 1989, before competing in the premiere ice racing event Trophy Andros in 1996. In 1996 Maslov also competed in Russian Formula Three. In 1997 Maslov again competed in both categories, staying with the Daewoo team in Andros, before landing a 1998 seat with Italian Formula Three team Lukoil. DATE


Colonial Mauritania

of trade. From the beginning, French influence, competing with traditional trading partners north and east of Mauritania, came through Senegal. Warner, Rachel. "French Colonial Administration". In Handloff. In 1825 the new Emir of Trarza, Muhammad al Habib, sought to reassert his sovereignty over the French-protected Oualo Kingdom to the south of the Senegal River by marrying the heiress to the kingdom. This action, which French

government was invested in May 1957 and symbolically chose as its new capital Nouakchott, which by design was situated almost exactly between the Senegal River Valley, populated primarily by black farmers, and the Maure stronghold in Adrar. The choice represented a compromise between these two competing areas. It also set the tone for Daddah's approach to Mauritania's political conflicts: compromise and conciliation for the sake of national unity. Warner, Rachel. "The Road


Nyköping

wanted something to match Ehrenstrahl's (David Klöcker Ehrenstrahl) picture, at Drottningholm, of Charles XI's coronation, and he wanted Pilo to do it. '''Gert Fridolf Fredriksson''' (November 21, 1919, in Nyköping, Södermanland, – July 5, 2006) was a Swedish (Sweden) sprint canoer (Canoe racing) who competed from 1942 to 1964. Competing in four Summer Olympics, he won eight medals including six golds (1948 (1948 Summer Olympics): K-1 1000 m, K

canoer who competed from the mid 1990s to 2004. Competing in three Summer Olympics, he won two medals in the K-2 1000 m event with a gold in 2004 (2004 Summer Olympics) and a silver in 2000 (2000 Summer Olympics). '''Nyköping''' is the county seat in Södermanland County, on the coast of the '''Baltic Sea''' 100 kilometres south-west of Stockholm. Understand There are roughly 35,000 people living


Tofino

: www.tbgf.org gardens art.php The O'Neill Coldwater Surf Classic was held October 25–31, the first professional ASP surf event ever held in Canada.The highlight of November is the Clayoquot Oyster Festival, which hosts the annual and popular Oyster Gala, an evening of local chefs competing for the favorite oyster creation, slurping contests, British Columbia wines and beers, and live music. to Tofino's warm winters

'' - (Filmed in May 2010) A comedy about three birders competing to see the most birds in a single year. Starring Jack Black, Owen Wilson, and Steve Martin. Category:Populated places on the British Columbia Coast Category:District


Udmurtia

skier on distances shorter than 10 km in the early 1970s. Kulakova trained at Trud Voluntary Sports Society (Voluntary Sports Societies of the USSR). She won four Olympic (Olympic Games) golds, two individual in 1972 (1972 Winter Olympics) and two relay golds in 1972 (1972 Winter Olympics) and 1976 (1976 Winter Olympics). He was the most successful athlete at the 1972 Winter Olympics, along with Ard Schenk of the Netherlands. Competing in the FIS Nordic World Ski

the official situations in which the anthem must, or may, be played, and the order in which the anthem is played with respect to the National Anthem of Russia or those of other countries. '''Rudolf Povarnitsyn''' ( ) (born June 13, 1962 in Votkinsk, Udmurtia) is a retired athlete who represented USSR and later Ukraine. Competing in the high jump, his greatest achievement was a bronze medal at the 1988 Summer Olympics for the USSR. His personal


Tidore

; On the return trip, Francisco Serrão was shipwrecked at Hitu island (northern Ambon (Ambon Island)) in 1512. There he established ties with the local ruler who was impressed with his martial skills. The rulers of the competing island states of Ternate and Tidore also sought Portuguese assistance and the newcomers were welcomed in the area as buyers of supplies and spices during a lull in the regional trade due to the temporary disruption of Javanese people Javanese

(northern Ambon (Ambon Island)) in 1512. There he established ties with the local ruler who was impressed with his martial skills. The rulers of the competing island states of Ternate and Tidore also sought Portuguese assistance and the newcomers were welcomed in the area as buyers of supplies and spices during a lull in the regional trade due to the temporary disruption of Javanese (Javanese people) and Malay (Malays (ethnic group)) sailings to the area following the 1511 conflict


Presidente Prudente

. In other sports, such as volleyball, basketball or futsal, relocation is a bit more common, although it doesn't occur frequently. Sports The most notable football (soccer) club in the city is Grêmio Barueri (Grêmio Recreativo Barueri), which plays at Arena Barueri, and as of 2009, it is competing in the Brazilian top league (Campeonato Brasileiro Série A). But in February 2010 the team was moved to Presidente Prudente, a city that is located in western São Paulo (state

) . After moving to Presidente Prudente the team's new home stadium was Estádio Eduardo José Farah, which has a maximum capacity of 44,414 people. Sports The most notable football (soccer) club in the city is Grêmio Barueri (Grêmio Recreativo Barueri), which plays at Arena Barueri, and as of 2009, it is competing in the Brazilian top league (Campeonato Brasileiro Série A). But in February 2010 the team was moved to Presidente Prudente, a city that is located


British Indian Ocean Territory

this British overseas territory from competing. * The British Indian Ocean Territory currently has no permanent population although there is a sizeable population (Chagossian) who were ''born'' in the BIOT but currently live in Mauritius and the United Kingdom and so would be eligible to compete on birth criteria. * The lack of a permanent population would seem to prevent the British overseas territories of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands and British Antarctic Territory

, the New Zealand territory of Ross Dependency and the Australian external territories of Australian Antarctic Territory, Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Coral Sea Islands and Heard Island and McDonald Islands from competing. A None Mauritius has an autonomous island, Rodrigues. Mauritius claims the British Indian Ocean Territory and the French island

Antarctic Territory there are competing territorial claims that are held in abeyance. The two nations also jointly operate on the British (British overseas territory) military facilities of Diego Garcia in the British Indian Ocean Territory and on Ascension Island, a dependency of Saint Helena in the Atlantic Ocean. Officially part of the British Indian Ocean Territory, the Chagos were home to the Chagossians for more than a century and a half until the United Kingdom


Stinson Beach, California

Saturday of the month, with about 400 bicyclists competing in the "Cuisine On the Green

radio station KWMR and the ''West Marin Citizen'', a competing weekly newspaper, both located within a block of the ''Light'''s editorial offices in Point Reyes Station. The ''Dipsea'' The ''Dipsea Race'', first run in 1905 over the 7.4 mile Dipsea Trail from Mill Valley (Mill Valley, California) to Stinson Beach (Stinson Beach, California), is the oldest cross country race in the United States. The race takes place on the second Sunday in June every year. The venue


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