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Southern England

;ref To emphasize this point, compare England with Texas. Today, England has 2.5 times the population of Texas, with slightly less than one-fifth of Texas' land area. and the corresponding short distances between urban centres was crucial. Certainly it provided the opportunity for more clubs' developing large fan bases without incurring great travel costs. Professional football did not gain acceptance until after the turn of the 19th to 20th century in most of Southern


Zamboanga City

for agricultural investment. Primeval forest lands were available everywhere. They staked their claim generally in hundreds of hectares and began planting rubber, abaca and coconuts in addition to different varieties of tropical plants imported from Ceylon (Sri Lanka), India, Hawaii, Java and Malaysia. In the process of developing large-scale plantations, they were faced with the problem of lack of laborers. Thus, they contracted workers from Luzon and the Visayas, including


Northern England

the opportunity for more clubs' developing large fan bases without incurring great travel costs. Professional football did not gain acceptance until after the turn of the 19th to 20th century in most of Southern England. The earliest league members travelled only through the Midlands (English Midlands) and North (Northern England). The modern regions (regions of England) that encompass the Midlands and North—the East Midlands, West Midlands (West Midlands (region)), North East


Manila

States U.S. mainland immediately recognized the rich potential of the region for agricultural investment. Primeval forest lands were available everywhere. They staked their claim generally in hundreds of hectares and began planting rubber, abaca and coconuts in addition to different varieties of tropical plants imported from Ceylon (Sri Lanka), India, Hawaii, Java and Malaysia. In the process of developing large-scale plantations, they were faced with the problem of lack


Sri Lanka

investment. Primeval forest lands were available everywhere. They staked their claim generally in hundreds of hectares and began planting rubber, abaca and coconuts in addition to different varieties of tropical plants imported from Ceylon (Sri Lanka), India, Hawaii, Java and Malaysia. In the process of developing large-scale plantations, they were faced with the problem of lack of laborers. Thus, they contracted workers from Luzon and the Visayas, including the Japanese


Croatia

organized in agricultural communes (obști (Obște)), developing large centralized states only in the 14th century, when the Danubian Principalities of Moldavia and Wallachia emerged to fight the Ottoman Empire. Relationship to other ethnic groups The closest ethnic groups to the Romanians are the other Romanic peoples of Southeastern Europe: the Aromanians (Macedo (Macedonia (region))-Romanians), the Megleno-Romanians, and the Istro-Romanians. The Istro-Romanians


Ukraine

, Hungarians, and Tatars – the Romanians were organized in agricultural communes (obști (Obște)), developing large centralized states only in the 14th century, when the Danubian Principalities of Moldavia and Wallachia emerged to fight the Ottoman Empire. Nikolai A. Nekrasov was born in the town of Nemyriv (now in Vinnytsia Oblast, Ukraine), Podolia Governorate. His father, Alexei Nekrasov, was a descendant from Russian landed Gentry, and an officer


Poland

url http: www.demog.berkeley.edu ~gene hammel_1-fmt.html Because of the migrations that followed – such as those of Slavs, Bulgars, Hungarians, and Tatars – the Romanians were organized in agricultural communes (obști (Obște)), developing large centralized states only in the 14th century, when the Danubian Principalities of Moldavia and Wallachia emerged to fight the Ottoman Empire. Biography Cahn was born as '''Samuel Cohen''' in the Lower


India

recognized the rich potential of the region for agricultural investment. Primeval forest lands were available everywhere. They staked their claim generally in hundreds of hectares and began planting rubber, abaca and coconuts in addition to different varieties of tropical plants imported from Ceylon (Sri Lanka), India, Hawaii, Java and Malaysia. In the process of developing large-scale plantations, they were faced with the problem of lack of laborers. Thus, they contracted workers from


Japan

and coconuts in addition to different varieties of tropical plants imported from Ceylon (Sri Lanka), India, Hawaii, Java and Malaysia. In the process of developing large-scale plantations, they were faced with the problem of lack of laborers. Thus, they contracted workers from Luzon and the Visayas, including the Japanese, many of whom were former laborers in the Baguio, Benguet road construction. Most of these Japanese later became land-owners themselves as they acquired


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