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First Czechoslovak Republic

dominated the central government and other national institutions, all of which had their seats in the Bohemian capital Prague. The Slovak middle class had been extremely small in 1919 because Hungarians, Germans and Jews had previously filled most administrative, professional and commercial positions in, and as a result, the Czechs had to be posted to the more backward Slovakia to take up the administrative and professional posts. The position of the Jewish community, especially in Slovakia


San Juan de los Lagos

of these are extremely small and rural with only one community having more than 700 residents, the seat. Outside the town of San Juan, other important communities include Mezquitic de la Magdalena, Halconero de Arriba, La Sauceda, Antenas (Cañada de Pérez), El Sauz de Ibarra and San Antonio de la Barrera. In total, there are 298 named locations in the municipality, but 38 have been abandoned. ref name "catalogo"


Jewish Autonomous Oblast

; However, according to the magazine of the Federation of Jewish Communities of the CIS ''Lechaim'', currently the Jewish presence in the Jewish Autonomous Oblast is extremely small, and is limited to the city of Birobidzhan and the nearby village of Valdgeym. журнал «Лехаим». Борис Котлерман. Биробиджан, или ЕврейскаЯ автономнаЯ область? Geography Climate The territory has a monsoonal anti-cyclonic climate, with warm, wet, humid summers due to the influence of the East Asian monsoon; and cold, dry, windy conditions prevailing in the winter months courtesy of the Siberian high-pressure system (Siberian High). History Military colonization and the advent of the Trans-Siberian Railway The northern bank of the Amur, including the territory of today's Jewish Autonomous Oblast, became incorporated into the Russian Empire pursuant to the treaties of Aigun (Treaty of Aigun) and Peking (Convention of Peking) of 1858-1860 (see Amur Annexation). In December 1858 the Russian government authorized formation of the Amur Cossacks to protect the southeast boundary of Siberia and communications on the Amur and Ussuri rivers. This military colonization included settlers from Transbaikalia. During the years 1858–82, sixty three settlements were founded, including, in 1857, Radde settlement; in 1858, Pashkovo, Pompeyevka, Puzino, Yekaterino-Nikolskoye, Mikhailo-Semyonovskoye, Voskresenovka, Petrovskoye, and Ventzelevo; in 1860, Storozhevoye, Soyuznoye, and Golovino; later in the decade, Babstovo, Bidzhan, and Bashurovo settlements. Expeditions of scientists — including such geographers, ethnographers, naturalists, and botanists as Venyukov, Schrenck (Leopold von Schrenck), Maximovich (Karl Maximovich), Radde (Gustav Radde), and Komarov (Vladimir Leontyevich Komarov) - promoted the development of the new territories. Their achievements produced the first detailed "map of the Amur land". thumb right The Jewish Autonomous Oblast with the administrative center of Birobidzhan marked (File:Yevrey03.png) Construction began in 1898 on the Trans-Siberian Railway connecting Chita (Chita, Zabaykalsky Krai) and Vladivostok, starting at each end and meeting halfway. The project produced a large influx of new settlers and the foundation of new settlements. In 1908 Volochayevka, Obluchye, and Bira (Bira, Russia), Russia stations appeared; in 1910, Birakan, Londoko, and In stations; in 1912, Tikhonkaya station. The railway construction finished in October 1916 with the opening of the wikipedia:Jewish Autonomous Oblast commons:category:Jewish Autonomous Oblast


Craiova

Interbelic period , the city, situated in an area eminently agricultural, was moving forward with too small steps toward the industrial way, in comparison with other urban areas of the country. The number of those who got close to industry was extremely small. In 1939, in Craiova were only 7 industrial units with over 100 workers: The cloth factory "Oltenia", "Scrisul Romanesc" ("The Romanian Writing"), the macaroni factory "Concordia", the bread


San Marino

, these self-declared states are not states. There are extremely small states, like San Marino, which are recognized, and are thus real states; there are other unrecognized "micronations", like Sealand, which have importance which makes them worthy of an article in spite of not being states. Nevertheless, the vast majority of "micronations" are self-declared and only known because the Internet allows them to make a lot of publicity. They have no effect on the lives


White House

" The response further noted that efforts, like SETI, the Kepler space telescope (Kepler (spacecraft)) and the NASA Mars rover (Mars Science Laboratory), continue looking for signs of life (life). The response noted "odds are pretty high" that there may be life on other planets but "the odds of us making contact with any of them—especially any intelligent ones (Extraterrestrial intelligence)—are extremely small, given the distances involved." In November 2011, the White House released an official response to two petitions asking the U.S. government to acknowledge formally that aliens have visited Earth and to disclose any intentional withholding of government interactions with extraterrestrial beings. According to the response, "The U.S. government has no evidence that any life exists outside our planet, or that an extraterrestrial presence has contacted or engaged any member of the human race." WikiPedia:White House, Tennessee Dmoz:Regional North_America United_States Tennessee Localities W White_House


Palau

the ships to the anchorage. Palomar & Genda, pp. 380–81 :You will want an anomoly - extremely small population with high telephone usage. My best guess would be Palau. They have 6,600 wired telephones and 20,000 people. That is 30% of the population with a wired telephone (assuming 1 phone per person and not one person with 6,000 phones). So, look at the micro-nations and look for high telephone use and low population. The Vatican may be a good one. --Kainaw (User:Kainaw) (talk) (User_talk:Kainaw) 16:08, 1 March 2006 (UTC) The destroyer's next mission found her covering LST (Landing Ship, Tank)s in the followup to the invasion of Makin (Makin (islands)), Gilbert Islands. Her charges safely delivered on 21 November, ''Caldwell'' took station on antisubmarine and air defense patrol for the next week. A well-earned rest came in the form of duty escorting a San Francisco-bound convoy. After a brief overhaul, the destroyer returned to action with TF 52 in the invasion of Kwajalein and Majuro 31 January 1944. During the continual maneuvering, characteristic of carrier task forces, ''Caldwell'' and Commons:Category:Palau WikiPedia:Palau Dmoz:Regional Oceania Palau


Brunei

by some Proton dealers who wish to attract customers seeking an even smaller and cheaper alternative to the Proton range. Sales numbers in the UK are extremely small however, and in 2008 Perodua sold only 624 cars (down from 914 in 2002) and insignificant compared to 2008 figures of 28,036 for Hyundai, 29,397 for SEAT. Sales were up slightly in 2009 (to 650) and then to 761 in 2010,


Qatar

in order to join Al Ittihad Doha (Al-Gharafa Sports Club) in Qatar, where he played under Austrian coach Josef Hickersberger.


Papua New Guinea

Province Bougainville , an island to the east of New Guinea, part of Papua New Guinea. There are at least three dialects of the language: Central Rotokas ("Rotokas Proper"), Aita Rotokas, and Pipipaia. Central Rotokas is most notable for its extremely small phonemic (phoneme) inventory and for having perhaps the smallest modern alphabet. Endangered Spoken by around a hundred people in the East Sepik Province of Papua New Guinea. Also known as Gapun, formerly classified


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