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Cincinnati

+1 513 621-0069 tollfree fax hours M-F 9AM-5PM. Sa noon-5PM price Free content Founded in 1962, the Carl Solway Gallery features nationally and internationally known modern and contemporary artists such as Nam June Paik, John Cage, Claes Oldenburg, and Tom Wesselmann. *


Portland, Oregon

, Video and Sound; and five Master's programs: a mentor-based MFA in Visual Studies, a Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies, an MA in Critical Theory and Creative Research, an MFA in Applied Craft and Design, and an MFA in Collaborative Design. PNCA also provides continuing education in art and design to the local community. PNCA actively participates in Portland's cultural life through a vibrant public program of exhibitions, lectures


Indonesia

the graduate students to provide the creative research resources for the regional IT industries. The DsChE is also going to navigate its program intentionally to construct the prototype industry-university cooperation system by benchmarking Kyushu University in Japan. Due to the selection of the chemical engineering program of the BK21 regional program in Daegu Gyeongbuk area in 2006 the DsChE has become the only chemical engineering department to perform the ABEEK program, NURI program, and the BK21 program in the nation simultaneously, and for this many foreign students from various countries like Bangladesh, China, India, Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam receive scholarship and join in the laboratory like PSDC (Process Systems Design and Control Laboratory) into the chemical engineering and WINLAB (WINLAB (Yeungnam University)) into the Information and Communication Engineering department to pursue their research and higher study. BK21 Alumni Association The Yeungnam University Alumni Association was organized in 1969, Feb 16. At present there are more than 27 branch offices throughout the country, including Seoul, Busan, Masan, Changwon, Gyeongsan, and Jeju island; and some branches in foreign soil making a list of New York, Chicago, Washington D.C., Atlanta (the USA), Vancouver, Toronto (Canada), and Indonesia and England. The YUAA can be catalogued even according to the alumni's colleges, majors, and their work places. The YUAA Office Hall was purchased in 1972 at Daemyung-Dong, Daegu, which was the first among all college alumni associations in Korea to be used only for the purpose of alumni services. The YUAA built a New Office Hall on the building site of 462-pyung at Shinchun-Dong, Daegu, in Feb-1995, of the size of 5-story building including the basement. In Sept-1996 it became to own an Annex of 4-story building with the basement that made the YUAA Office Hall own the real estate larger than any other alumni association in Korea might have. * Air Tahoma Flight 185 was a scheduled cargo flight from Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee) to Cincinnati which crashed August 13, 2004 * SilkAir Flight 185, was a scheduled passenger flight from Jakarta, Indonesia to Singapore, which crashed December 19, 1997, the subject of a documentary (SilkAir 185: Pilot Suicide?) * Highways and routes numbered 185 (List of highways numbered 185) include: *Canada's 38th (Members of the Canadian House of Commons) Parliament (Parliament of Canada) opens with the selection of the Commons Speaker (Speaker of the House of Commons of Canada). It is the first minority government in 25 years. The Throne Speech (Speech from the Throne) follows tomorrow. (CBC) * Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is officially declared the winner of last month's Indonesian presidential election (Indonesian presidential election, 2004)s. (BBC) * Israeli-Palestinian conflict * United States (United States of America) Secretary of Defense (United States Secretary of Defense) Donald Rumsfeld, when asked about connections between Saddam Hussein and al-Qaeda in an interview with the Council on Foreign Relations, states "To my knowledge, I have not seen any strong, hard evidence that links the two". Several hours later he issues a statement saying that he was "regrettably misunderstood" and that there was "solid evidence of the presence in Iraq of al-Qaeda members, including some that have been in Baghdad". (BBC) (Reuters) * The incumbent President (List of Presidents of Indonesia) of Indonesia, Megawati Sukarnoputri, concedes defeat in the country's presidential election (Indonesian presidential election, 2004), which took place last week. Her successor, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, will be inaugurated on October 20. ( NEWS .com.au) * Iran announces that its Shahab-3 missile has been modified to increase its range (originally 810 miles ( Dmoz:Regional Asia Indonesia Commons:Category:Indonesia Wikipedia:Indonesia


Vietnam

BK21 (Brain Korea 21) programs in the Chemical Engineering and Telecommunication areas respectively, which was supposed to educate the graduate students to provide the creative research resources for the regional IT industries. The DsChE is also going to navigate its program intentionally to construct the prototype industry-university cooperation system by benchmarking Kyushu University in Japan. Due to the selection of the chemical engineering program of the BK21 regional program in Daegu Gyeongbuk area in 2006 the DsChE has become the only chemical engineering department to perform the ABEEK program, NURI program, and the BK21 program in the nation simultaneously, and for this many foreign students from various countries like Bangladesh, China, India, Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam receive scholarship and join in the laboratory like PSDC (Process Systems Design and Control Laboratory) into the chemical engineering and WINLAB (WINLAB (Yeungnam University)) into the Information and Communication Engineering department to pursue their research and higher study. BK21 * The co-pilot of American Airlines Flight 587 caused the November 2001, crash in New York City that claimed the lives of 265 people, the staff of the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board said. (Globe and Mail) * A report by the media (Mass media) watchdog group Reporters Without Borders (RSF) ranks press freedom (Freedom of the press) across the world. The ten lowest scoring countries (least free) in the report were North Korea, Cuba, Myanmar, Turkmenistan, Eritrea, the People's Republic of China, Vietnam, Nepal, Saudi Arabia, and Iran, while the ten highest were Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland (Republic of Ireland), the Netherlands, Norway, Slovakia, Switzerland, New Zealand, and Latvia. (BBC News) (RSF report) * Israeli-Palestinian conflict: The Knesset approves Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's (Ariel Sharon) plan (Israel's unilateral disengagement plan of 2004) to withdraw 21 settlements from the Gaza Strip and 4 from the West Bank by next year. Israeli Finance Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and three other cabinet ministers from Sharon's ruling Likud government threaten to resign if a referendum over the plan will not be held. (Reuters) (Guardian) According to a company press release dated June 29, 2007, Popeyes is the second-largest "quick-service chicken restaurant group, measured by number of units", "Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits Offers 'A Side of Hope,' to America's Hungry Families", press release, popeyes.com with more than 1,800 restaurants in more than 40 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and over 21 countries worldwide including Turkey, Bahrain, China, Hong Kong, Iraq, Indonesia, Jordan, Kuwait, "Popeyes Kuwait" United Arab Emirates, Japan, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Singapore, Canada, Jamaica, Guyana, Suriname, Mexico, Trinidad, Honduras, Vietnam, Panama, and Costa Rica. About thirty locations are company-owned, the rest franchised (franchising). Hoovers Dun & Bradstreet: Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits ''' Hotchand Bhaonani Gurumukh Charles Sobhraj''' (born April 6, 1944), better known as Charles Sobhraj, is a serial killer of Indian and Vietnamese origin, who preyed on Western tourists throughout Southeast Asia during the 1970s. Nicknamed "the Serpent" and "the Bikini killer" for his skill at deception and evasion, he allegedly committed at least 12 murders. He was convicted and jailed in India from 1976 to 1997, but managed to live a life of leisure even in prison. After his release, he retired as a celebrity in Paris; he unexpectedly returned to Nepal, where he was arrested, tried and sentenced to life imprisonment on August 12, 2004. The Supreme Court of Nepal has finally convicted him and ordered the life imprisonment, this decision was made on 30 July 2010. Commons:Category:Vietnam


India

selected as one of the second phase BK21 (Brain Korea 21) programs in the Chemical Engineering and Telecommunication areas respectively, which was supposed to educate the graduate students to provide the creative research resources for the regional IT industries. The DsChE is also going to navigate its program intentionally to construct the prototype industry-university cooperation system by benchmarking Kyushu University in Japan. Due to the selection of the chemical engineering program of the BK21 regional program in Daegu Gyeongbuk area in 2006 the DsChE has become the only chemical engineering department to perform the ABEEK program, NURI program, and the BK21 program in the nation simultaneously, and for this many foreign students from various countries like Bangladesh, China, India, Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam receive scholarship and join in the laboratory like PSDC (Process Systems Design and Control Laboratory) into the chemical engineering and WINLAB (WINLAB (Yeungnam University)) into the Information and Communication Engineering department to pursue their research and higher study. BK21 In various forms, Denmark has had colonial possessions beginning in the 13th century, when it obtained possessions in Estonia (Danish Estonia). In 1536, Denmark entered into a personal union with Norway, and the new entity of Denmark-Norway took possession of the Norwegian holdings of Greenland, the Faroe Islands, and Iceland. Orkney and Shetland, then held by Scotland, had originally been ruled by Norway until the 15th century, and several later attempts were made to retake them. In the 17th century, following territorial losses on the Scandinavian Peninsula, Denmark-Norway began to develop colonies, forts, and trading posts in Africa, the Caribbean, and India. After 1814, when Norway was granted to Sweden following the Napoleonic Wars, Denmark retained the colonial holdings. * U.S. presidential debates (U.S. presidential election debates, 2004): "Instant-response" polls of viewers of last night's U.S. (United States of America) presidential debate show that a majority of viewers thought the challenger, John Kerry, won the contest. (The Guardian) (BBC) (Indianapolis Star) (CBS) * At least 19 people are killed in an explosion—suspected to be a suicide bombing (suicide bomber)—at a Shia mosque in the Pakistani city of Sialkot (located near the border of Indian-controlled Kashmir). The attack follows the killing of a leading Sunni cleric. (BBC) * Irish presidential election, 2004: Mary McAleese is appointed to a second seven-year term as President (President of Ireland) of Ireland (Republic of Ireland), without an election, when no other candidate secures the necessary nominations. This is the third time a sitting president has been reappointed unopposed, following President Seán T. O'Kelly (Seán T. O'Kelly) in 1952 and President Patrick Hillery (Patrick Hillery) in 1983. (Irish Examiner) (RTÉ) '''Kalka''' (Hindi: कालका) is a town in the Panchkula district of Haryana, India. The name of the town is derived from the goddess Kali. The town is situated in the foothills of the Himalayas and is a gateway to the neighbouring state (States and territories of India) of Himachal Pradesh. It is on the National Highway 22 (National Highway 22 (India)) between Chandigarh and Shimla, and is the terminus of the Kalka-Shimla Railway. To the south of Kalka is Pinjore, and the industrial town of Parwanoo (Himachal Pradesh) is to the north on the NH 22. Industrial development has led to a continuous urban belt from Pinjore to Parwanoo, but Kalka remains largely unaffected by these developments. Nearby is Chandimandir Cantonment where the Western Command of the Indian army is based. World production At present, the world production of citronella oil is approximately 4,000 tonnes. The main producers are China and Indonesia - producing 40% of the world's supply. The oil is also produced in Taiwan, Guatemala, Honduras, Brazil, Sri Lanka, India, Argentina, Ecuador, Jamaica, Madagascar, Mexico, and South Africa. The podocarps are associated with the ancient supercontinent of Gondwana, where they were characteristic of the cool, moist southern Gondwana flora. Gondwana broke up into the continents of South America, Africa, India, Australia and Antarctica between 160 and 30 million years ago. As Africa drifted north it became hotter and drier, and the podocarps generally retreated to the cool moist highlands of eastern and southern Africa. '''Mohol''' ( Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


Japan

in local industry. The School of Display and Chemical Engineering(DsChE) and The Department of Information and Communication Engineering at Yeungnam University has been selected as one of the second phase BK21 (Brain Korea 21) programs in the Chemical Engineering and Telecommunication areas respectively, which was supposed to educate the graduate students to provide the creative research resources for the regional IT industries. The DsChE is also going to navigate its program intentionally to construct the prototype industry-university cooperation system by benchmarking Kyushu University in Japan. Due to the selection of the chemical engineering program of the BK21 regional program in Daegu Gyeongbuk area in 2006 the DsChE has become the only chemical engineering department to perform the ABEEK program, NURI program, and the BK21 program in the nation simultaneously, and for this many foreign students from various countries like Bangladesh, China, India, Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam receive scholarship and join in the laboratory like PSDC (Process Systems Design and Control Laboratory) into the chemical engineering and WINLAB (WINLAB (Yeungnam University)) into the Information and Communication Engineering department to pursue their research and higher study. BK21 Honda introduced the model in Japan on October 22, 1985 to be their premier luxury model and in North America in 1986 as the top of the line model for its then-new Acura lineup. Sedan models came to the market first, powered by a zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


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