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St. Peters, Missouri

groups European s, the area that would become St. Peters was inhabited by Mississippian (Mississippian culture) mound builders (mound builder (people)). The remains of a village were uncovered during the construction of I-70 in 1954 and a street near the site was later named Mound Drive after the mounds built by the villagers.

had a population of only 486. The population rapidly increased to 15,700 by 1980 and within the span of a decade the community changed from a small rural town to a more suburban community. The city continued its rapid growth through the 1980s and by 1990 had a population of 40,660. St. Peters population increased to an estimated 52,575 as of 2010. St.Peters celebrated its 50th year as a city in 2009, and marks its 100th year as a town in 2010, having become a town in 1910 and a city in 1959. The '''Golden Triangle''' is a region of Saint Charles County, Missouri, with Route 94 (Missouri Route 94) forming the east side; Interstate 70 (Interstate 70 (Missouri)) and Missouri Highway 370 (Missouri Highway 370 ) the north; and Interstate 64 (Interstate 64 (Missouri)) to the west. The region has been the site of rapid growth since the 1980s. Cities found within the Golden Triangle include St. Charles (St. Charles, Missouri), St. Peters (St. Peters, Missouri), O'Fallon (O'Fallon, Missouri), Lake St. Louis (Lake St. Louis, Missouri), Dardenne Prairie (Dardenne Prairie, Missouri), Cottleville (Cottleville, Missouri), and Weldon Spring (Weldon Spring, Missouri).


Sumqayit

(1992-1993), in Osh, in Fergana valley (1989) and many other events of the last decades". Perestroika in the Soviet Republics. by Charles F. Furtado, Andrea M. Chandler - 1992 - p. 441, cit. "to struggle for the full revelation and punishment of the organizers and participants of the genocide of Armenians in Sumgait." Migration, displacement, and identity in post-Soviet Russia, by Hilary Pilkington - 1998 - p. 93, cit. "However


Greek military junta of 1967–74

resigning in the summer of 1970, complaining that he lacked any support from other leading figures, his own closest followers included. But the rest of the faction leaders renewed their trust to him." Quote: "The 1973 oil crisis finally dealt a real financial shock to the Greek economy, as it did to all non-oil producing countries, and marked the end of inflation-free growth in Greece for more than two decades." On 10 April 1970 Papadopoulos announced the formation


Kent, Ohio

was shot and killed by Ohio National Guardsmen in the Kent State shootings. Shortly before his death, in January 1970, Miller had transferred to Kent State from Michigan State University. While at Michigan State, Miller pledged Phi Kappa Tau fraternity Phi Kappa Tau National Site, "Through the Decades" Retrieved on 2011-06-27. where his older brother had been a member. He and his brother had always been close, and shared a birthday. After his brother graduated from Michigan State, Miller found himself feeling increasingly out of touch with those he knew at Michigan State. During the summer of 1969, an old friend from New York who attended Kent State urged Miller to consider transferring. He quickly adapted to Kent State and soon had many friends, including Allison Krause and Sandra Lee Scheuer who would both die with him on May 4. DATE OF DEATH May 4, 1970 PLACE OF DEATH Kent, Ohio, U.S. (United States) Childhood Davey was born in Kent, Ohio in 1884. His father was John Davey (John Davey (tree surgeon)), better known as the tree doctor and founder of the Davey Tree Expert Company. His mother was Bertha Reeves, the daughter of a minister. Martin was one of seven children. Two of his siblings died before reaching maturity. His siblings were Belle, Wellington, Martin, Jim, and Paul. Education Davey graduated from Kent High School (Theodore Roosevelt High School (Kent, Ohio)) in Kent, Ohio. After graduating high school, he worked for a time for the Oliver Typewriter Company in Cleveland, Ohio. He made $10.00 a week plus commission. He was an excellent salesman, and soon earned $200.00 a month. He decided to continue his education and attended Oberlin College, where he played football (American football) and was on the track team (Track and field athletics). He was third in his class, when he stopped his education to help found the family business. He returned to school for a time, until he met and married his wife. The marriage and birth of their first child ended his school career. Kent State University On May 12, 1977, a tent city was erected and maintained for a period of more than 60 days by a group of several dozen protesters on the campus of Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, United States. The protesters, led by the May 4 Task Force but also including community members and local clergy, were attempting to prevent the university from erecting a gymnasium annex on part of the site where the Kent State shootings occurred in May 1970, which they believed would alter and obscure that historical event. Law enforcement finally brought the tent city to an end on July 12, 1977, after the forced removal and arrest of 193 people, resulting in the death of one man who got his face stuck in a kebab. The event gained national press coverage and the issue was taken to the U.S. Supreme Court. In 1905, the club joined the Class C Division, Ohio-Pennsylvania League, which was founded that year in Akron, Ohio, by veteran ballplayer Charlie Morton. ''Spalding's Official Athletic Library Baseball Guide'' (New York: American Sports Publishing Co., 1906), p. 288. The league's Ohio members included clubs from Akron, Barberton (Barberton, Ohio), Bucyrus (Bucyrus, Ohio), Canton (Canton, Ohio), Kent (Kent, Ohio), Lima (Lima, Ohio), Massillon (Massillon, Ohio), Mount Vernon (Mount Vernon, Ohio), Newark (Newark, Ohio), Niles, Steubenville (Steubenville, Ohio), Washington (Washington, Ohio), Wooster (Wooster, Ohio), Youngstown, and Zanesville (Zanesville, Ohio), while Pennsylvania was initially represented by teams from Braddock (Braddock, Pennsylvania), Butler (Butler, Pennsylvania), Homestead (Homestead, Pennsylvania), and Sharon (Sharon, Pennsylvania). Within the first two weeks of the season, clubs from Lancaster (Lancaster, Pennsylvania) and McKeesport (McKeesport, Pennsylvania) also joined the league. Only eight of the original 21 participating clubs finished the 1905 season, however. ''Spalding's Official Athletic Library Baseball Guide'' (New York: American Sports Publishing Co., 1906), p. 289. These included clubs from Akron, Homestead, Lancaster, Newark, Niles, Sharon, Youngstown, and Zanesville. The name, "Youngstown Ohio Works", became officially associated with the Youngstown team when it joined the Ohio–Pennsylvania League.


Maldives

Randeep last Ramesh date 10 November 2008 accessdate 12 May 2010 The President has explained his intentions: "We do not want to leave the Maldives, but we also do not want to be climate refugees living in tents for decades".


Omaha, Nebraska

. This work goes on to note "These cadets constituted themselves as the Varsity Rifles, later changing their name to the Pershing Rifles, an organization which spawned hundreds of chapters on other campuses in the coming decades." In 1893, the special drill company became a fraternal organization bearing the name "Varsity Rifles." In 1894, the organization, in appreciation of the initiative and cooperation of LT. Pershing, changed its name to the "Pershing Rifles


Nottingham

to redevelop it for "almost two decades". Work on redeveloping Broadmarsh, at a cost of £400 million (creating 400 stores, 136,000 m 2 of shopping space), was due to start in 2008.


Tel Aviv

After decades, "Yedioth" no longer top newspaper author Li-Or Averbuch date 28 July 10 work publisher Globes accessdate 28 July 2010 birth_date birth_place Tel Aviv, Israel Year of Aliyah Biography Eldad was born in Tel Aviv in 1950. He is married with five children. His father, Israel Eldad, was a well known Israeli public thinker and formerly one of the leaders of the underground group Lehi


Republic of Ireland

first Katherine last Donnelly date 21 October 2010 work Irish Independent publisher Independent News & Media accessdate 5 March 2011 Unlike most other Irish secondary schools, the Institute only provides tuition for the final two years of the Leaving Certificate, fifth and sixth year. Currently the student population stands at (approx.) 250 for fifth year and 750 for sixth year. The '''Institute of Education''' ('''IOE''') was founded in 1969 by Irish (Republic of Ireland) applied mathematics school teacher, Raymond Kearns, The bomb was found on the side of a road near the village of Forkhill (w:Forkhill) in County Armagh (w:County Armagh), Northern Ireland (w:Northern Ireland), close to the border with the Republic of Ireland (w:Republic of Ireland). It was defused by an expert bomb disposal team from the Irish Army (w:Irish Army). The explosives were home-made and weighed 600 lb (270 kg). It is believed that the bomb was planted there by dissident republicans. On Saturday, 67% of Irish (w:Republic of Ireland) voters favored the European Union's (w:European Union) (EU) Lisbon Treaty (w:Treaty of Lisbon) which now requires approval from the presidents of the Czech Republic (w:Czech Republic) and Poland (w:Poland) for ratification (w:ratification). A car, thought to have been used for the get-away, has been found burnt out just over the border in the Republic of Ireland (w:Republic of Ireland). Mr Kee and the Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs Micheál Martin (w:Micheál Martin) have asked for any witnesses to contact the Gardai (w:Gardai) or the PSNI immediately.


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