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Tarim, Yemen

Heritage Centre The city has some of the tallest mud buildings in the world, with some of them over 30 meters (100 feet) high, thus being early high-rise apartment buildings. In order to protect the buildings from rain and erosion, the walls must


Near North Side, Chicago

Building , which in both of its incarnations held the title of Chicago's tallest building. Chicago went through a very early high-rise construction boom that lasted from the early 1920s to the mid-1930s, during which time 11 of the city's 91 tallest buildings were


Visby

church influence of Bishop Bo Giertz has been remarkable especially among Pietists. The early high church movement caused the emergence of retreat centres, more frequent celebration of the Mass, and lively historical-critical study of Holy Scriptures. The strong social passion of the Catholic Movement within Church of England never took root in the same way in Sweden. ''The Oxford Movement as Received in Sweden'' by Oloph Bexell


Chicago Loop

buildings tallest building in the United States , including the Chicago Board of Trade Building, which in both of its incarnations held the title of Chicago's tallest building. Chicago went through a very early high-rise construction boom that lasted from the early 1920s

the title of Chicago's tallest building. Chicago went through a very early high-rise construction boom that lasted from the early 1920s to the mid-1930s, during which time 11 of the city's 91 tallest buildings were constructed. The city then went through an even


Rockville, Maryland

enforcement . He died at age eighty eight on 25 December 1987 in Rockville, Maryland.


Cincinnati

). Career The Seniors, Dobkins' backup group, included Keith Ross, Paul Powers and Harry Clifton. The Seniors first met with a common interest in singing at Nast Memorial Methodist Church in Cincinnati. The group sang together for approximately eight years. Dobkins and the Seniors were promoted by Gil Sheppard, a local Cincinnati radio (radio station) disc jockey, who noted the young singer's early high school compositions and a two-song demo (demo (music)) record. This led to a recording


Switzerland

is called an indicium. Notable early examples include some of the earliest stamps of Italy, Natal (KwaZulu-Natal Province), and Switzerland, as well as the early high values of Britain (United Kingdom). Modern stamps still sometimes use embossing as a design element. The top 'five' Pavilions were considered to be Australia, with its special effects 'Dreamtime Theatre'; Queensland, with its popular 180 metre long people mover ride through Queensland of the present and the future; Japan with its Japan Pond and Garden (Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mount Coot-tha#Japanese Garden) and hi-tech displays; Switzerland, with its artificial snow ski slope and cable car ride; and Nepal, with its 3-level hand-crafted Nepal Peace Pagoda. Overview Electronic voting systems for electorates have been in use since the 1960s Bellis, Mary. The History of Voting Machines. ''About.com''. when punched card (#Punch card voting) systems debuted. Their first widespread use was in the USA where 7 counties switched to this method for the 1964 presidential election. Saltman, Roy.EFFECTIVE USE OF COMPUTING TECHNOLOGY IN VOTE-TALLYING. ''NIST''. The newer optical scan voting systems allow a computer to count a voter's mark on a ballot. DRE voting machines which collect and tabulate votes in a single machine, are used by all voters in all elections in Brazil and India, and also on a large scale in Venezuela and the United States. They have been used on a large scale in the Netherlands but have been decommissioned after public concerns. Internet voting systems have gained popularity and have been used for government elections and referendums in the United Kingdom, Estonia and Switzerland as well as municipal elections in Canada and party primary elections in the United States and France. REMOTE VOTING TECHNOLOGY, Chris Backert e-Government Consulting Corporations and organizations routinely use Internet voting to elect officers and Board members and for other proxy elections. Internet voting systems have been used privately in many modern nations and publicly in the United States, the UK (United Kingdom), Switzerland and Estonia. In Switzerland, where it is already an established part of local referendums, voters get their passwords to access the ballot through the postal service. Most voters in Estonia can cast their vote in local and parliamentary elections, if they want to, via the Internet, as most of those on the electoral roll have access to an e-voting system, the largest run by any European Union country. It has been made possible because most Estonians carry a national identity card equipped with a computer-readable microchip and it is these cards which they use to get access to the online ballot. All a voter needs is a computer, an electronic card reader, their ID card and its PIN, and they can vote from anywhere in the world. Estonian e-votes can only be cast during the days of advance voting (Advance poll). On election day itself people have to go to polling stations and fill in a paper ballot. Corporations and organizations routinely use Internet voting to elect officers and Board members and for other proxy elections. Internet voting systems have been used privately in many modern nations and publicly in the United States, the UK (United Kingdom), Switzerland and Estonia. In Switzerland, where it is already an established part of local referendums, voters get their passwords to access the ballot through the postal service. Most voters in Estonia can cast their vote in local and parliamentary elections, if they want to, via the Internet, as most of those on the electoral roll have access to an e-voting system, the largest run by any European Union country. It has been made possible because most Estonians carry a national identity card equipped with a computer-readable microchip and it is these cards which they use to get access to the online ballot. All a voter needs is a computer, an electronic card reader, their ID card and its PIN, and they can vote from anywhere in the world. Estonian e-votes can only be cast during the days of advance voting (Advance poll). On election day itself people have to go to polling stations and fill in a paper ballot. * ''Metro'' was first launched in Stockholm on 13 February 1995. * A German-language edition is published in Switzerland by Metro Publication (Schweiz) AG under the name ''Metropol'' on 31 January 2000 as a direct competitor to ''20 Minuten''. The newspaper ceased publication without announcement on 13 February 2002. * In 2000, a Spanish edition named ''Publimetro'' is published in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with a circulation of 390,000. Hora De Cierre - The Official Publication of the IAPA's Press Institute Facing competition from the free daily ''La Razon'' published by Grupo Clarin, ''Publimetro'' is suspended indefinitely a year later. Newspaperinnovation.com '''Muesli''' ( commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


Italy

, in which every last weekend of August they celebrate the annual Skiing on the Grass race, in which they have participants of all ages.


Netherlands

first professor of archaeology, dies at Rotterdam (b. 1793 (1793 in archaeology)). As economic and demographic methods were applied to the study of history, the trend was increasingly to see the late Middle Ages as a period of recession and crisis. Belgian (Belgium) historian Henri Pirenne introduced the now common subdivision of Early (Early Middle Ages), High (High Middle Ages) and Late Middle Ages in the years around World War I. "Les periodes de


Washington, D.C.

Michael url http: www.risenmagazine.com category music mark-hoppus title Blink And You'll See It publisher Risen Magazine date accessdate 2010-09-01 Beginning in his freshman year, Hoppus gained solace through music of The Smiths and The Cure. Hoppus lived in Fairfax, Virginia (a suburb of Washington, D.C.) during his early high school years and attended Annandale High School during his sophomore year; at which


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