'''Kevin Weedmark''' is a Canadian-born journalist. He is editor of the World-Spectator, a community newspaper based in Moosomin, Saskatchewan, and of Plain and Valley, a regional publication covering southeast Saskatchewan and southwest Manitoba. While based in rural Saskatchewan, he has reported from Afghanistan, Vietnam, and the Philippines. He is known for his work on international development and human rights. ::''Source''- The Guess Who's (w:The Guess Who) song "Running Back to Saskatoon" ::''Notes''- Moosomin (w:Moosomin, Saskatchewan) and Moose Jaw (w:Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan) are placenames of Saskatchewan (w:Saskatchewan).
University of Technology in 1982 caption developer Silicon Graphics, Inc. (Silicon Graphics), Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Hewlett Packard, University of Delaware released 2002 Current development projects Open64 is also used in a number of research projects, such as the Unified Parallel C (UPC) and speculative multithreading work at various universities. The 2010 Open64 Developers
102-Open64onMIPS2.pdf Open64 on MIPS: porting and enhancing Open64 for Loongson II Current development projects Open64 is also used in a number of research projects, such as the Unified Parallel C (UPC) and speculative multithreading work at various universities. The 2010 Open64 Developers Forum describes projects done at Absoft, AMD, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Fudan University, HP, National Tsing Hua University, Nvidia, Tensilica
declines in the last 30 years, Bridgewater is one of the few that have been able to attract new residents. The town's population increased from 6,619 in 1986 to 8,241 in 2011. It was the second fastest growing location in Nova Scotia greater than 5,000 people between the period 2006 and 2011. The official website of the town shows that at least 600 new residential units have been approved since 2007 (including senior residences); http: bridgewater.ca planning current-development-projects.html
70% of the seaport's activity consists of imports to and exports from neighboring Ethiopia, which depends on the harbour as its main maritime outlet. The port also serves as an international refueling center and transshipment hub. In 2012, the Djiboutian government in collaboration with DP World started construction on the Doraleh Container Terminal,
: The ‘Times Square’ promise » Local News publisher Niagara Gazette date 2009-02-01 accessdate 2012-03-22 The Falls' current development strategy is focused on a pragmatic approach to revitalizing vacant and underutilized buildings in the downtown area as high profile catalyst projects with real economic impact. But the cost to demolish the city's many abandoned buildings may make it impossible to address all the eyesores, according to officials, '''New York State Route 182''' ('''NY 182''') is a state highway in Niagara County, New York, in the United States. It serves as a signed connection between the Whirlpool Rapids Bridge over the Niagara River and the Niagara Falls International Airport east of the city of Niagara Falls (Niagara Falls, New York). The western terminus of the route is at the roadway leading to the Whirlpool Rapids Bridge in Niagara Falls and its eastern terminus is at an intersection with U.S. Route 62 (U.S. Route 62 in New York) (US 62) in Wheatfield (Wheatfield, New York). In between, NY 182 runs across the city of Niagara Falls, following several local streets as it makes its way from the Niagara River gorge to the suburbs of Niagara Falls.
Category:Metropolitan areas of the United Arab Emirates Category:Populated coastal places in the United Arab Emirates Category:Populated places in Abu Dhabi (emirate) Category:Port cities in the Arabian Peninsula Similar real-world projects The largest arcology project under current development is Masdar City near Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates. It is projected to house between 45,000 and 50,000 inhabitants on 6 square kilometers, and to have