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Belém

PA (Pará) Duciomar Gomes da Costa PTB (Brazilian Labour Party) - According to an autosomal DNA genetic study from 2011, both "whites" and "pardos" from Fortaleza have a predominantly degree of European ancestry ( 70%), with minor but important African and Native American contributions. "Whites" and "pardos" from Belém and Ilhéus also were found to be pred. European in ancestry, with minor Native American and African


Tajikistan

and Margiana". Tulsa (1977: 690-692) argues that this culture and its "new contributions" are "nevertheless in line with the cultural traditions of the previous period", and remarks that "to attribute a historical value to ... the slender links with northwestern Iran and northern Afghanistan ... is a mistake", since "it could well be the spread of particular objects and, as such, objects that could circulate more easily quite apart from any real


Kyrgyzstan

) argues that this culture and its "new contributions" are "nevertheless in line with the cultural traditions of the previous period", and remarks that "to attribute a historical value to ... the slender links with northwestern Iran and northern Afghanistan ... is a mistake", since "it could well be the spread of particular objects and, as such, objects that could circulate more easily quite apart from any real contacts." Antonini (1973), Stacul and other


White House

of Chesapeake Bay, including an attack on Washington that resulted in the British burning of the White House, the Capitol (United States Capitol), the Navy Yard (Washington Navy Yard), and other public buildings, in the "Burning of Washington". The embarrassing Burning of Washington led to Armstrong's dismissal as US Secretary of War. The British power at sea was enough to allow the Royal Navy to levy "contributions (protection money)" on bayside towns in return


Belarus

of Hasidism. In his book ''No'am Elimelekh'' he conveys the idea of the Tzadik ("righteous one") as the mediator between God and the common people, and suggests that through him God sends to the faithful earthly blessings in the three traditional categories: health and life, a livelihood, and children, on the condition, however, that the Hasidim support the Tzaddik by pecuniary contributions ("pidyonos"), in order to enable the holy man to become completely absorbed


Afghanistan

grave culture is "by no means identical with the Bronze Age Culture of Bactria and Margiana". Tulsa (1977: 690-692) argues that this culture and its "new contributions" are "nevertheless in line with the cultural traditions of the previous period", and remarks that "to attribute a historical value to ... the slender links with northwestern Iran and northern Afghanistan ... is a mistake", since "it could well be the spread of particular


Manhattan

²), it is about a fourth the size of Manhattan's Central Park. * President of the Jean-Louis Palladin Foundation, which serves to recognize and honor Chef Jean-Louis Palladin's outstanding culinary contributions. "Part of its mission will be to develop programs to increase the understanding and appreciation of high quality ingredients among young chefs and food professionals." * For the past three years, Ripert has hosted the Tibetan Aid Project's Taste & Tribute New York benefit dinner and auction at his acclaimed Manhattan restaurant, Le Bernardin. "Funds raised at the annual ''Taste & Tribute'' benefit dinners help support a monumental effort to restore Tibetan-language texts to libraries all over the Himalayan region. So far, this project has led to the distribution of nearly two million traditional Buddhist texts—one of the largest free book distributions in history. These treasured texts are presented at the annual World Peace Ceremony in Bodh Gaya, India, and benefit Tibetans in exile communities and in Tibet itself." birth_date birth_place Manhattan, New York, U.S. (United States) death_date DATE OF BIRTH PLACE OF BIRTH Manhattan, New York, U.S. (United States) DATE OF DEATH '''Tunnel''' was a nightclub in New York City, located at 220 Twelfth Avenue (Twelfth Avenue (Manhattan)), in the Chelsea (Chelsea, Manhattan) district of Manhattan, New York City, "Same Scene, Different Security, in Reopened Club" ''New York Times'' (October 14, 1996) in the Terminal Warehouse Company Central Stores Building, which is now part of the West Chelsea Historic District. New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. "West Chelsea Historic District Designation Report" p.87 Tunnel was opened in December 1986 at the cost of $5 million by Eli Dayan – the founder of Bonjour Jeans – in a space which was formerly a railroad freight terminal. Lewis, David L. "Fast Track: Club News: Discos in the '80s: Stayin' Alive" ''New York (New York (magazine))'' (June 8, 1987) The club was named for the tunnel-like shape of the main room, in which train tracks from the early 1900s ran through a sunken area of the dance floor. These were a relic of an era in which railroad sidings from the Eleventh Avenue (Eleventh Avenue (Manhattan)) freight line of the New York Central Railroad ran directly into warehouse buildings in that area, Commons:Category:Manhattan, New York City WikiPedia:Manhattan Dmoz:Regional North America United States New York Localities N New York City Manhattan


Poland

enterprises built factories with their own subcamps, such as Siemens-Schuckert's Bobrek (Bobrek concentration camp) subcamp, close to Monowitz in order to profit from the use of slave labor. The German armaments manufacturer Krupp headed by SS member Alfried Krupp also built their own manufacturing facilities near Monowitz. The shortest (and possibly oldest) road avoids alpine (Alpine climate) areas and led from the Baltic coastline (Estonia) through Poland, Silesia, passed the Moravian Gate, followed the river Morava (Morava River (Central Europe)) to Slovakia, where it crossed the Danube to Austria near Carnuntum, heading southwards down to Slovenia and crossed it westward to reach Aquileia at the Adriatic coast. One of the oldest directions of the last stage of the Amber Road to the south of Danube, noted in the myth about the Argonauts, used Sava and Kupa (Kupa (river)) rivers in Croatia ending with short continental road from ''Nauportus'' (Brod na Kupi) to ''Tarsatica'' (Trsat, Rijeka) at the coast of Adriatic. Edith Hamilton, ''Mythology'', 1999 Shooting down aircraft Several states have stated that they would shoot down hijacked commercial aircraft if it can be assumed that the hijackers intend to use the aircraft in a 9 11-style attack, despite killing innocent passengers on board. According to reports, U.S. fighter pilots have been trained to shoot down hijacked commercial airliners should it become necessary.Other countries such as India , Poland, and Russia have enacted laws or decrees that allow the shooting down of hijacked planes. WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland


Netherlands

, Switzerland, the Netherlands (Netherlands), Portugal, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, the Czech Republic (Czech Republic), Poland, Serbia, Bosnia (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Denmark, Latvia, South Korea, Japan, India, Greece, Spain, and Mexico. International law Islamic law also made "major contributions" to international admiralty law, departing from the previous Roman and Byzantine law


France

on March 29, 1800, becoming the eighth recipient of that body’s "highest expression of national appreciation for distinguished achievements and contributions." Truxtun was appointed captain in the United States Navy in 1794, and during the Quasi-War

was awarded a Congressional Gold Medal on March 29, 1800, becoming the eighth recipient of that body’s "highest expression of national appreciation for distinguished achievements and contributions." File:UK Anti Bush visit protest.jpg thumb 170px


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