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Kuopio

'''Savonia University of Applied Sciences''' (Finnish: Savonia-ammattikorkeakoulu) is a local municipality-owned Finnish (Finland) institution of higher education based in the cities of Kuopio, Iisalmi and Varkaus. Required previous studies + these studies are worth 300 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) credits. thumb 250px By council decision dated 21. June 2007, Savonia will move its operations in Kuopio (Image:Savilahti.jpg) to Savilahti to accompany University of Kuopio campus and Technopolis Kuopio (Technology Centre Teknia). Master's Degree programmes in the Finnish University of Applied Sciences are distinctive. To meet the applying qualifications, you are required to accumulate three years worth of work experience after your Bachelors degree. The Master's Degree programmes are very heavily oriented to the needs of the working life - you can study the whole degree in two years while working, in fact it is even encouraged. The learning assignments can be focused to address the development needs of the student's own employer. Some of the programs might be led by a network of Finnish University of Applied Sciences, like Service Business with Rovaniemi and Turku University of Applied Sciences'. Teaching language is Finnish, but some programmes in English program are available. All of the programs are not available every year. Ownership *Five Northern Savonian municipalities: Iisalmi, Kiuruvesi, Kuopio, Lapinlahti and Varkaus. Savonia University of Applied Sciences Municipality Consortium: Members WikiPedia:Kuopio commons:Kuopio


Grenada

humanitarian and social design through partnerships, advocacy and education based programs. To that end, they have consulted with government bodies and relief organizations on a number of projects, including landmine (land mine) clearance programs and playground building in the Balkans; transitional housing for IDP (Internally displaced person)s in Afghanistan, Sudan and Grenada; school building in Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda; and earthquake reconstruction assistance in Pakistan, Turkey and Iran. Australia, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Fiji, France, Germany, Grenada, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Namibia, Nigeria, Serbia and Samoa have all placed in Top 10 but never won a medal. '''Grenada''' competed at the '''2004 Summer Olympics''' in Athens, Greece with three track and field athletes and two swimmers. Three weeks after commissioning ''Portsmouth'' began her first mission, supporting rescue operations in Grenada. She was awarded the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal for that action. * Sterling Heights, Michigan ranks #185 in United States cities by population (List of United States cities by population) * The Grenada ranks #185 in world population (List of countries by population) * Democratic Republic of the Congo ranks #185 in countries by population density Fatalities 91 direct, 32 indirect Areas Windward Islands (especially Grenada), Venezuela, Jamaica, Grand Cayman, Cuba, Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Texas and most of the eastern United States Hurricane season 2004 Atlantic hurricane season Ivan caused catastrophic damage to Grenada as a strong Category 3 (Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale) storm, heavy damage to Jamaica as a strong Category 4 (Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale) storm and then Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands and the western tip of Cuba as a Category 5 (Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale) storm. After peaking in strength, the hurricane moved north-northwest across the Gulf of Mexico to strike Gulf Shores, Alabama as a strong Category 3 (Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale) storm, causing significant damage. Ivan dropped heavy rains on the Southeastern United States as it progressed northeast and east through the eastern United States, becoming an extratropical cyclone. The remnant low from the storm moved into the western subtropical Atlantic and regenerated into a tropical cyclone, which then moved across Florida and the Gulf of Mexico into Louisiana and Texas, causing minimal damage. Ivan caused an estimated US$ (United States dollar)18 billion (2004 USD, $ commons:Grenada


Dubrovnik

W2kbAAAAMAAJ&dq ''Isis'' (Volume 38). Published by the University of Chicago Press for the History of Science Society, 1948. p. 114. Web. 11 Apr. 2011. physician and scientist, was born in poor circumstances at Ragusa in Dalmatia, his real name being Armeno. His family soon removed to Lecce in Apulia, and Giorgio took the name of his adopted father, a wealthy physician named Pier Angelo Baglivi. He made important contributions to clinical education, based on his own medical practice


Sofia

''') is an institution of higher education based in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. It is the first Bulgarian university in the field of theatre and film arts and was founded in 1948, being the only public and state-run institution of its kind in the country. '''New Bulgarian University''' ( , also known, abbreviated as НБУ, '''NBU''') is a private university based in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. NBU is the first private university


Warsaw

in Warsaw University of Physical Education in Warsaw (1929) *Fryderyk Chopin University of Music (1810) *Kozminski University (1993) Warsaw holds some of the finest institutions of higher education in Poland. It is home to four major universities (university) and over 62 smaller schools of higher education. ref name "gus" >


Afghanistan

, an Afghan (Afghanistan) rising through merit in the Mughal Army . His descendants ruled the state until 15 June 1948, when the last ruling Nawab acceded to the Indian Government. Kurwai became part of the newly-created state of Madhya Bharat, and was added to Vidisha District. Madhya Bharat was merged into Madhya Pradesh on 1 November 1956. Architecture for Humanity aims to promote humanitarian and social design through partnerships, advocacy and education based programs. To that end, they have consulted with government bodies and relief organizations on a number of projects, including landmine (land mine) clearance programs and playground building in the Balkans; transitional housing for IDP (Internally displaced person)s in Afghanistan, Sudan and Grenada; school building in Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda; and earthquake reconstruction assistance in Pakistan, Turkey and Iran. During the starting years of 1930s, efforts were made to organise a multi-sport event to include the countries of West Asia too, this gave a birth to "Orient Championship Games", which later renamed as Western Asiatic Games before its first inception. The scope of the Games comprised all the countries east of Suez and west of Singapore. The First Western Asiatic Games was celebrated in Delhi in 1934 at the Irwin Amphitheater, in which four countries—Afghanistan, British India, Palestine Mandate and Ceylon—participated. The decision was made to hold these Games once in four years at mid-point between the two successive Summer Olympics. The 1938 Western Asiatic Games were scheduled to be held in Tel Aviv, Palestine Mandate. However, the Games was cancelled due to the outbreak of World War II, and abandoned until 1951 Games, which also considered as the revival of Western Asiatic Games. Commons:Category:Afghanistan WikiPedia:Afghanistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Afghanistan


Pakistan

for the Suez Canal. '''Mian Khurshid Mahmood Kasuri''' (born 1941) is a Pakistani politician and diplomat. He was the Foreign Minister of Pakistan from 2002 to 2007. Architecture for Humanity aims to promote humanitarian and social design through partnerships, advocacy and education based programs. To that end, they have consulted with government bodies and relief organizations on a number of projects, including landmine (land mine) clearance programs and playground building in the Balkans; transitional housing for IDP (Internally displaced person)s in Afghanistan, Sudan and Grenada; school building in Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda; and earthquake reconstruction assistance in Pakistan, Turkey and Iran. Host city selection On 12 and 13 February 1949, a meeting was organised at the Patiala House (Patiala House Courts Complex), in Delhi, in between the representatives of nine Asian National Olympic Committees. The framework of the meeting was set up in an another meeting held on 8 August 1948 during the Second London Olympics (1948 Summer Olympics), which was called by the Indian Olympic Committee's representative Guru Dutt Sondhi. The meeting was chaired by the Yadavindra Singh, president of the Indian Olympic Association. On the last day, Asian Games Federation (AGF) Commons:Category:Pakistan WikiPedia:Pakistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan


Turkey

and people." Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey


Singapore

August 2009 '''Insworld School''' is a Singapore-based secondary school which provides local and international students an education based on a holistic approach and the British academic system (Education in the United Kingdom). Insworld had its official opening by the British High Commissioner on 23 April 2004 at its new premises on Cecil Street. The school offers GCE (General Certificate of Education) London Examination Board (Edexcel) curriculum. :--Ancheta Wis (User:Ancheta Wis) 17:18, 1 December 2005 (UTC) * Singapore prepares to hang 25 year old Australian man Van Tuong Nguyen, convicted of trafficking in 400g of heroin, despite pleas from the Australian government to spare his life. His execution is scheduled for 6 am Singapore time, Friday morning. —''preceding unsigned (Wikipedia:Sign your posts on talk pages) comment by'' 203.217.62.238 (User:203.217.62.238) (talk (User talk:203.217.62.238) • contribs (Special:Contributions 203.217.62.238)) 11:05, 2005 December 1 :* ''How about this ?'' Convicted of drug trafficking (Illegal drug trade) in Singapore, Vietnamese (Vietnamese_people)-Australian '''Van Tuong Nguyen''' faces execution (execution (legal)) by hanging despite pleas of clemency (Pardon) from the Government of Australia. -- PFHLai (User:PFHLai) 12:43, 1 December 2005 (UTC) * Singapore prepares to hang 25 year old Australian man Van Tuong Nguyen, convicted of trafficking in 400g of heroin, despite pleas from the Australian government to spare his life. His execution is scheduled for 6 am Singapore time, Friday morning. —''preceding unsigned (Wikipedia:Sign your posts on talk pages) comment by'' 203.217.62.238 (User:203.217.62.238) (talk (User talk:203.217.62.238) • contribs (Special:Contributions 203.217.62.238)) 11:05, 2005 December 1 :* ''How about this ?'' Convicted of drug trafficking (Illegal drug trade) in Singapore, Vietnamese (Vietnamese_people)-Australian '''Van Tuong Nguyen''' faces execution (execution (legal)) by hanging despite pleas of clemency (Pardon) from the Government of Australia. -- PFHLai (User:PFHLai) 12:43, 1 December 2005 (UTC) :*I think this is a bad choice for the main page.--nixie (User:Petaholmes) 12:45, 1 December 2005 (UTC) The '''Prinsep Street Presbyterian Church''' (Chinese (Simplified Chinese): 布连拾街长老会磐石堂) is a Presbyterian church (church (building)) in Singapore. It is located at Prinsep Street in the Rochor Planning Area, within the Central Area (Central Area, Singapore) in Singapore's central business district. The '''Rainbow Centre''' is a voluntary welfare organisation (charitable organization) in Singapore. It operates two special schools, the Margaret Drive Special School (MDSS) and Balestier Special School for children with special needs like autism, intellectual disability and multiple disabilities. The centre is located at Margaret Drive in Queenstown (Queenstown, Singapore), near a church (Church (building)). Since then, Raintree has gone on to co-produce many films with other countries, including ''The Eye (The Eye (2002 film))'', ''Infernal Affairs II'' and ''The Eye 2''. Many of its films have won awards, such as the Golden Horse Awards from Taiwan (Republic of China), where child actress Megan Zheng won an award in the Best Newcomer Award category for her performance in the film ''Homerun (Homerun (film))''. When the Singaporean satirical film ''I Not Stupid'' was released in 2002, it held the No. 1 position on the weekend box office chart in Singapore. The film was later shown in a number of countries such as Malaysia, Hong Kong and China (People's Republic of China). Many films produced by Raintree have also done well at local box offices and most have topped the charts for at least a week. International Internationally, ''Sivaji'' had good screenings in Malaysia with reports of the film causing a riot to break out in three states due to delays and cancellations of the screenings. Commons:Category:Singapore Wikipedia:Singapore Dmoz:Regional Asia Singapore


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