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Phoenix, Arizona

; On May 25, 2009, Tyson's 4-year-old daughter, Exodus, was found by her 7-year-old brother, Miguel, unconscious and tangled in a cord, dangling from an exercise treadmill. The child's mother untangled her, administered CPR and called for medical attention. Exodus was listed in "extremely critical condition" and was on life support at Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona)'s St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center. She subsequently died of her injuries on May 26, 2009. ref name


Liverpool

, the Robin Hood Society, which met at the Robin Hood and Little John at Butcher Row. Annet was very hostile to the clergy and to scripture, being a thoroughgoing deist in every way. He distinguished himself by being extremely critical of the character and reputation of King David and the Apostle Paul (Paul of Tarsus). In 1739 he wrote and published a pamphlet, ''Judging for Ourselves, or Freethinking the Great Duty of Religion,'' a strong criticism of Christianity. For writing this and similar pamphlets, he lost his teaching position. - 2 Mar 1889 Anfield, Liverpool align left Commons:category:Liverpool Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Merseyside Liverpool Wikipedia:Liverpool


Berlin

the arrival of the US troops… The technical library has been moved from the potash mine in Heringen and is again available to the public. The library is equipped with 12 miles of new metal shelves which provide space for about 500,000 volumes.” Billings, Victor L. 1950. “Patent System Re-Established for Germany.” Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society. Volume 32, pages 498-499, 502. In the same essay, Broszat was extremely critical of Irving's handling


South Africa

, having worked for a year at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London. His army work at the Brussels military hospital (near Waterloo) impressed upon him the need for a comprehensive training in anatomy if surgery were to be successful. Knox was highly intelligent, critical and irritable. He did not suffer fools gladly and - in an aside with terrible consequences for his future career - he was extremely critical of the surgical work of Charles Bell with casualties at the Battle of Waterloo. In April 1817, he joined the 72nd Highlanders and sailed with them immediately to South Africa. He returned to Britain on Christmas Day 1820, but remained only until the following October, after which he went to Paris to study anatomy for just over a year (1821-2). It was then that he met both Georges Cuvier and Étienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, who were to remain heroes for his entire life, to populate his later medical journalism, and to become the subject of his hagiography, ''Great artists and great anatomists''. WikiPedia:South Africa Dmoz:Regional Africa South Africa Commons:Category:South Africa


Israel

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Germany

and of the German Deep Sea Expedition aboard the vessel Valdivia. Influence on Nazi strategy The Heartland Theory was enthusiastically taken up by the German school of Geopolitik, in particular by its main proponent Karl Haushofer. Whilst Geopolitik was later embraced by the German (Germany) Nazi (Nazism) regime in the 1930s, Mackinder was always extremely critical of the German exploitation of his ideas. The German interpretation of the Heartland Theory is referred to explicitly (without mentioning the connection to Mackinder) in ''The Nazis Strike'', the second of Frank Capra's "Why We Fight" series of American (United States) World War II propaganda films. Carl Chun thumb (File:Carl chun.jpg) '''Dr. Carl Chun''' (October 1, 1852 – April 11, 1914) was a German (Germany) marine biologist. '''Karl Heinrich Emil Koch''' (6 June 1809 - 25 May 1879) was a German (Germany) botanist. He is best known for his botanical explorations in the Caucasus region, including northeast Turkey. Unfortunately, most of his collections have today been lost. He is also known as the first professional horticultural officer in Germany. He was educated at Leeds, and in 1907 was granted a Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) from Jena University in Germany. His first academic appointment was at Jena. Between 1910-15, he joined the faculty at the newly founded University of Alberta in Edmonton (Edmonton, Alberta). He joined the University of Toronto's German (German language) department in 1915 where he taught until the end of his career as a professor. Life and work He was born in Antioch, Syria to missionary parents, and was brought to the U.S. (United States) in 1885 F.J.M. Stratton. "Walter Sydney Adams. 1876-1956." ''Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society'', Vol. 2. (Nov., 1956), pp. 1-18. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1898, then continued his education in Germany. After returning to the U.S., he began a career in Astronomy that culminated when he became director of the Mount Wilson Observatory. Editions In addition to the Russian edition of ''Komsomolskaya Pravda'', which divided into regional editions by cities, there are other editions of the newspaper in CIS countries such as ''Komsomolskaya Pravda v Ukraine'' (Ukraine), ''Komsomolskaya Pravda v Belorussii'' (Belarus), ''Komsomolskaya Pravda v Moldove'' (Moldova). There is also a "European" edition (''Komsomolskaya Pravda v Evrope'') which is focused on the Russian diaspora in Germany, but can also be found in other EU countries, as well as on the Croatian Adriatic coast, catering to Russian-speaking tourists. A Baltic edition is available in Latvia, Estonia, and Finland. Komsomolskaya Pravda Baltiya Most tourists visit the Lake in the months of July and August when water temperatures reach 25°C. A large proportion of visitors return every summer and some own or rent holiday homes along the shore. The vast majority of visitors come from Vienna, northern Germany and the Netherlands. The largest Volkswagen and Audi car show in Europe is held in the lakeside town of Reifnitz (usually May) every year since 1981. The Soviet (Soviet Union) armies permanently stationed in Germany were the predominant land-based military threat to NATO from the late 1940s until 1989, a primary factor in the military situation during the Cold War. The possibility of a Soviet invasion of West Germany and other Western European countries was however kept low due to the dangers of nuclear (nuclear weapons) escalation. Experience Precourt graduated from Undergraduate Pilot Training at Reese Air Force Base, Texas, in 1978. Initially he flew as an instructor pilot in the T-37 (T-37 Tweet), and later as a maintenance test pilot in the T-37 and T-38 (T-38 Talon) aircraft. From 1982 through 1984, he flew an operational tour in the F-15 Eagle Eagle at Bitburg Air Base in Germany. In 1985 he attended the United States Air Force Test Pilot School at Edwards Air Force Base in California. Upon graduation, Precourt was assigned as a test pilot at Edwards, where he flew the F-15E, F-4 Phantom II, A-7 Corsair II, and A-37 Dragonfly aircraft until mid 1989, when he began studies at the United States Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. Upon graduation from the War College, Precourt joined the astronaut program. His flight experience includes over 7,500 hours in over 60 types of civil and military aircraft. He holds commercial pilot, multi-engine instrument, glider and certified flight instructor ratings. Precourt retired from the Air Force on March 31, 2000. Ethnic minorities The Government's Race Equality Impact Assessment Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


France

for France and the Western Front (Western Front (World War I)) later that month. On 30 November 1 December 1917 at the Moeuvres Sector, France, when the enemy penetrated into our position, and the situation was extremely critical, Captain McReady-Diarmid led his company through a heavy barrage and immediately engaged the enemy and drove them back at least 300 yards, causing numerous casualties and taking 27 prisoners. The following day the enemy again


United States

and poet. Influence on Nazi strategy The Heartland Theory was enthusiastically taken up by the German school of Geopolitik, in particular by its main proponent Karl Haushofer. Whilst Geopolitik was later embraced by the German (Germany) Nazi (Nazism) regime in the 1930s, Mackinder was always extremely critical of the German exploitation of his ideas. The German interpretation of the Heartland Theory is referred to explicitly (without mentioning the connection


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