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Eugene, Oregon

, Illinois , eventually building a chain of 14 weeklies (Weekly newspaper). His activism against gambling, prostitution, and government corruption while at the ''Troy Tribune'' forced the newly elected governor, Adlai Stevenson (Adlai Stevenson II), to take a stand on these issues, creating national exposure for Simon that later resulted in his testifying before the Kefauver Commission (Kefauver hearings). Dark Horse in a Bow Tie Michael Wright - NC431H Eugene (Eugene, Oregon) January 24, 1933 Ford 5-AT-D Trimotor (Ford Trimotor) Crash on takeoff - *Bend (Bend, Oregon) - KOHD-DT (KOHD) 51 *Eugene (Eugene, Oregon) - KEZI 9 *Klamath Falls (Klamath Falls, Oregon) - KDKF-TV 31 (satellite of KDRV-TV) On December 1, 2005 the Eugene (Eugene, Oregon) ''Register-Guard'' reported that Kitzhaber was considering challenging incumbent governor Ted Kulongoski in the Democratic primary ahead of the 2006 gubernatorial election (Oregon gubernatorial election, 2006).


Algiers

. There he began to succumb to alcoholism. The output of his last period is uneven and infrequent. In the summer of 1922 he travelled to Algiers, where he painted with Albert Marquet. This would be the last time that he painted, as his health began to rapidly deteriorate. While the Casablanca Group, founded in 1961, gathered "progressive states" (Egypt, Ghana, Guinea, Mali, Libya, and Morocco), the OSPAAL was an organization of movements, which aimed at creating

national economic development plans for the newly independent states and break national isolation through internationalism (Internationalism (politics)). Until Boumédienne (Houari Boumédienne)'s 1965 coup in Algeria, Algiers was the capital of anti-imperialist (anti-imperialism) movements. In exile, Ben Barka resided there six months in 1964. Amilcar Cabral, Malcolm X, and Che Guevara lived in the city around that time. Henri Curiel was there organizing "


Marshall Islands

, commanding general of Tactical Group I, for their part in the Marshalls' Campaign. From Eniwetok (Battle of Eniwetok), Gonsalves accompanied the 22d Marines to Kwajalein (Kwajalein Atoll), to Guadalcanal, back to Kwajelein and Eniwetok, then up to Guam in July where he took part in the liberation (Battle of Guam (1944)) of that pre-war American island. As for the Oceania stub. I'm working through the alphabet creating national trade union centers for every


Papua New Guinea


Mali

article. Rossami (User:Rossami) 22:05, 21 Jul 2004 (UTC) While the Casablanca Group, founded in 1961, gathered "progressive states" (Egypt, Ghana, Guinea, Mali, Libya, and Morocco), the OSPAAL was an organization of movements, which aimed at creating national economic development plans for the newly independent states and break national isolation through internationalism (Internationalism (politics)). Until Boumédienne (Houari Boumédienne)'s 1965 coup


Portland, Oregon

, and government corruption while at the ''Troy Tribune'' forced the newly elected governor, Adlai Stevenson (Adlai Stevenson II), to take a stand on these issues, creating national exposure for Simon that later resulted in his testifying before the Kefauver Commission (Kefauver hearings). Dark Horse in a Bow Tie Michael Wright "From A Dream to A Dream", a performance based


Morocco

of Greater Casablanca. It hosts the most important oil refinery of Morocco, the Samir refinery, which makes it the center of the Moroccan petroleum industry. It has a population of 188,619 (2004 census). While the Casablanca Group, founded in 1961, gathered "progressive states" (Egypt, Ghana, Guinea, Mali, Libya, and Morocco), the OSPAAL was an organization of movements, which aimed at creating national economic development plans for the newly independent


Seattle

protected status of national parks. But during the 1890s there was more public support for creating national forests than national parks. During that decade, Muir and his supporters were only able to protect one national forest as a national park. When the Pacific Forest Reserve was created in 1893, Muir quickly persuaded the newly formed Sierra Club to support a movement to protect Rainier as a national park. Other groups soon joined, such as the National Geographic Society


Ukraine

; ref ''Symon Petlura'', Zamoyski, Adam. 2007. ''Warsaw 1920: Lenin's Failed Conquest of Europe''. London: HarperPress, p. viii. or ''Symon Petlyura'', Marples, David R. 2008. ''Heroes and Villains: Creating National History in Contemporary Ukraine''. Budapest: Central European University Press, p. 57. May 10, 1879 – May 25, 1926) was a publicist, writer, journalist, Ukrainian (Ukraine) politician, statesman, and national leader who led Ukraine's struggle for independence following the Russian Revolution of 1917. Platform The Liberal Democratic Party of Russia aims for "a revival of Russia as a great power." It has opposed both communism and the "wild" capitalism that resulted from Russia's reforms. It favours a mixed economy with private ownership but with a strong management role reserved for the state. In foreign policy, the party places a strong emphasis on "civilizations." It has supported the restoration of Russia with its "natural borders" (which the party believes include Belarus, Ukraine and other former Soviet republics (Post-Soviet states)). It sees the unification of Russia and Belarus (Union State) as a first step in the restoration. The LDPR regards the United States and the Western civilization as the main external threat to Russia. The party has harshly criticised the discrimination against ethnic Russians (Human rights in Estonia) in the Baltic states and demanded that they should be given Russian citizenship and protected against discriminatory legislation. The party is in alliance with several parties in the former Soviet republics, including Armenia, Belarus, Estonia and Ukraine. Its allies in Estonia support the rights (Human rights in Estonia) of the Russian speaking minority. Russiaprofile Divergence between literary Ruthenian and literary Russian As Eastern Europe gradually freed itself from the "Tatar yoke" in the 14th century, there were four princes that adopted the title of Grand Duke. Two of them started to collect the East Slavic territories: one in Moscow and one in Halych. These activities resulted in two separate mainly East Slavic states, the Grand Duchy of Moscow, which eventually evolved into the Russian Empire, and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, which covered roughly the territories of modern Belarus, Ukraine and Lithuania and later united with Poland to form the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Linguistically, both states continued to use the regional varieties of the literary language of Kievan Rus', but due to the immense Polish (Polish language) influence in the west and to the Church Slavonic (Church Slavonic language) influence in the east, they gradually developed into two distinct literary languages: Ruthenian in Lithuania and the Commonwealth, and (Old) Russian (History of the Russian language#The Muscovite period (15th-17th centuries)) in Muscovy. Both were usually called ''Ruskij'' (of Rus’) or ''Slovenskij'' (Slavonic); only when a differentiation between the literary language of Muscovy and the one of Lithuania was needed was the former called ''Moskovskij'' 'Muscovite' (and, rarely, the latter ''Lytvynskij'' 'Lithuanian'). MESM The first universally programmable electronic computer in continental Europe was created by a team of scientists under the direction of Sergei Alekseyevich Lebedev from the Kiev Institute of Electrotechnology in the Soviet Union (now Ukraine), at Feofaniya. The computer was known as MESM (''МЭСМ'', ''Малая Электронно-Счетная Машина'', ''Small Electronic Calculating Machine''), and became operational in 1950. It had about 6,000 vacuum tubes and consumed 25 kW of power. It could perform approximately 3,000 operations per minute. Commons:Category:Ukraine WikiPedia:Ukraine Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine


New Zealand

arquatus'', is a wrasse of the genus ''Suezichthys'', found in New Caledonia, New South Wales in Australia, Norfolk Island, Lord Howe Island, the Kermadec Islands, and the north east coast of New Zealand, in reef areas at depths of between 5 and 100 m. Its length is between 10 and 18 cm. As for the Oceania stub. I'm working through the alphabet creating national trade union centers for every :Category:Trade unions by country (Oh-oh


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