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Surgut

with fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters in support of the oil and gas industry across Western Siberia. UTair is also involved with relief operations for the United Nations. Its main base is at Roschino International Airport (TJM). **Salekhard - Salekhard Airport '''Secondary Hub''' **Surgut - Surgut Airport **Taganrog - Taganrog Airport birth_date birth_place Surgut (Russia) current series '''Viktor Maslov


Manaus

(Brazilian state) AM - Atlético Rio Negro Clube On 21 December 2010, it was reported that Jardel signed a one-year deal with Atlético Rio Negro Clube from Manaus, Amazonas (Amazonas (Brazilian state)). birth_date '''Antônio Reginaldo Pizzonia Júnior''' (born September 11, 1980 in Manaus) is a Brazilian racing driver who has raced


Marbella

, and thinks he's a ghost. Gary: "Hold on a second, you're not from the other world!" Phillip: "Yes, yes, Marbella!" Carlos Baute's song "''Colgando en tus Manos''" mentions him and his love vacationing in Marbella and Marta Sanchez sings this line in their duet version of the song. The second half of series 2 of ''Auf Wiedersehen, Pet'' is set in Marbella. The British TV show The Only Way Is Essex has filmed multiple times in Marbella, including the current

series. Twin towns - Sister cities Batumi, Georgia (Georgia (country))


Curitiba

, and Islamic associations, however the history of the Ahmadiyya community only began in the late 20th century, when the community was established in Brazil in 1986. “Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosques Around the World, pg. 307 birth_date birth_place Curitiba, Brazil current series FIA GT1 World Championship '''Enrique Antônio Langue e


Blackpool

. There are currently nine couples remaining in the current series. All of the celebrities — including actor Craig Kelly (w:Craig Kelly (actor)), actresses Laila Rouass (w:Laila Rouass) and Ali Bastian (w:Ali Bastian) — arrived in the city of Blackpool on Wednesday. "Britain clearly has a love for Walt Disney World and long-standing affinity with the parks and their magic, which is probably why the number and quality of entries received was so high," said Disney's Hugh Wood. Other towns shortlisted in the competition included Aberdeen (w:Aberdeen), Blackpool (w:Blackpool), Milton Keynes (w:Milton Keynes), and Cambridge (w:Cambridge). WikiPedia:Blackpool Commons:Category:Blackpool


Auckland

1979 7 14 birth_place Auckland (New Zealand) current series Porsche Supercup '''Matthew Halliday''' (born 14 July 1979 in Auckland) is a motor racing (Auto racing) driver from New Zealand. DATE OF BIRTH 14 July 1979 PLACE OF BIRTH Auckland (New Zealand) DATE OF DEATH location Sydney, Australia locations 360 in Australia, New Zealand

. * AUT University, Health Sciences, Auckland * Massey University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Auckland, Palmerston North, Wellington * The University of Otago, Wellington, Department of Public Health, Wellington *'''New Zealand''' **Auckland - Auckland Airport **Christchurch - Christchurch International Airport birth_date birth_place Auckland (New Zealand) current

series A1 Grand Prix :''Not to be confused with Scottish country music artist Johnny Reid.'' '''Jonathan Ross Reid''', more commonly known as '''Jonny Reid''', (born 18 October 1983 in Auckland) is a New Zealand racing driver. Reid comes from a well-known New Zealand racing family. Both his grandfather and his father were known kiwi racers. His father, Clayton Reid, was a New Zealand champion in karting. Reid presents himself as a "fine kiwi gentleman" and says


Tallinn

; Tallinn-Linnahall Heliport (Tallinn Linnahall Heliport) Tallinn Linnahall EECL '''Tallinn-Ülemiste Airport (Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport)''' (Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport) Tallinn Ülemiste EETN ceased publication headquarters Tallinn, Estonia circulation birth_date '''Marko Asmer''' (born 30 July 1984


Sri Lanka

; and 2014 (2014 Asia Cup).

: www.espncricinfo.com asia-cup-2014 content current series 671665.html title Asia Cup 2014 date 8 March 2014 publisher ESPNcricinfo Current world records for highest team score in all three formats of the game are also held by Sri Lanka. The country co-hosted the Cricket World Cup 1996 Cricket World Cup in 1996

year season and any that began between October and April will appear in the relevant cross-year season". In the record tables, a two-year span generally indicates that the record was set within a domestic season in one of the above named countries. - 104 Pallekele International Cricket Stadium (Muttiah


Zimbabwe

) is the northernmost province of South Africa (Provinces of South Africa). The capital is Polokwane, formerly named ''Pietersburg''. The province was formed from the northern region of Transvaal Province in 1994, and initially named '''Northern Transvaal'''. The following year, it was renamed '''Northern Province''', which remained the name until 11 July 2003, when the name of the province was formally changed to the name (Geographical renaming) of its most important river (Limpopo River)–on the border with Zimbabwe and Botswana–after deliberation by the provincial government and amendment of the Constitution (Constitution of South Africa). A notable consideration for the name was Mapungubwe, the area where the most ancient gold-using civilisation of the province was discovered a few years earlier. Another name that was proposed for Limpopo was Vhembe, a Venda name for Limpopo river but this name was voted against by absolute majority of members of the Legislature. Geography Limpopo Province shares international borders with districts and provinces of three countries: Botswana's (Botswana) Central (Central District (Botswana)) and Kgatleng (Kgatleng District) districts to the west and north-west respectively, Zimbabwe's (Zimbabwe) Matabeleland South and Masvingo (Masvingo (province)) provinces to the north and northeast respectively, and Mozambique's (Mozambique) Gaza Province to the east. The province is the link between South Africa and countries further afield in sub-Saharan Africa. On its southern flank from east to west, the province shares borders with Mpumalanga, Gauteng, and North West (North West (South African province)). Its border with Gauteng includes that province's Johannesburg-Pretoria axis, the most industrialised metropole on the continent. The province is at the centre of regional, national, and international developing markets. Symbolism ''Gloriosa superba'' is the national flower of Zimbabwe (where it is a protected plant). A diamond brooch in the shape of the flame lily was a gift from Zimbabwe (then Rhodesia) to Queen Elizabeth II in 1947. Royal Collection http: www.royalcollection.org.uk microsites queenandcommonwealth MicroObject.asp?row 92&themeid 944&item 92 * Sir Walter Gilbey, 1st Baronet - British Businessman. Wine merchant and philanthropist. * Cecil Rhodes, the son of the vicar of St. Michael's Church in the town. Rhodes was born in 1853 and was the effective founder of the state of Rhodesia (now Zambia and Zimbabwe), De Beers diamond company and the Rhodes Scholarship. * Caroline Spelman - Conservative MP and Cabinet Minister - '''Zimbabwe''' House of Assembly of Zimbabwe Speaker (List of Speakers of the House of Assembly of Zimbabwe) Lovemore Moyo thumb left Bornite with silver from Zacatecas (File:Silver-Bornite-171549.jpg), Mexico (size


Beirut

center OLBA style "background:#D0F0C0" Rafik Hariri International Airport ‡ align center - birth_date birth_place Beirut (Lebanon) current series F3 Euroseries (Formula Three Euroseries) '''Basil Shaaban''' (born March 27, 1980 in Beirut) is a Lebanese (Lebanon) racing driver, and was raised primarily


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