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Tula, Russia

in OKATO. Mayors *Sergey Kazakov (1997–2005) *Vladimir Mogilnikov (2005–2010) *Alisa Tolkachyova (2010–2011) *Yevgeny Avilov (2011–Present) Economy For more than four centuries Tula has been known as a center of crafts and metalworking. Tula is a developed industrial center. Importance in the industrial structure of Tula are metallurgy, machinery and metal with a high share of the military-industrial complex (Defense industry of Russia) and food manufacturing. Culture A musical instrument, the Tula accordion, is named for the city, which is a center of manufacture for such instruments sold throughout Russia and the world. Tula is also renowned for traditional Russian ''pryaniki'' (gingerbread), cookies made with honey and spices (see Tula gingerbread). In the West, Tula is perhaps best known as the center of samovar production: the Russian equivalent of "coals to Newcastle" is "You don't take a samovar to Tula". The most popular tourist attraction in Tula Oblast is Yasnaya Polyana, the home and burial place of the writer Leo Tolstoy. It is situated page 118, accessed: 14 November 2008 ** Transliteration: V Tulu so svoim samovarom (ne yezdyat). ** Translation: (Do not come) to Tula (w:Tula, Russia) with your own samovar (w:Samovar). ** Swedish equivalent: Do not cross the brook for water.


Davao City

of the fish catches are discharged in the fishing port in Barangay Toril, which are then sold in the numerous markets within the city. Davao City serves as the main trade, commerce, and industry hub of Mindanao and is also one of the financial hubs of Mindanao. Commercial industrial plants such as those of Coca-Cola Bottlers, Phil., Pepsi-Cola Products, Phil., Interbev Phil Inc. and RC Cola Phil., companies located in the city, as well as fruit packaging-exporting facilities, food manufacturing plants


Evansville, Indiana

of cargo, including internationally. Chemicals make up 64% of international exports from the metro area, followed by transportation equipment (18%) and food manufacturing (5%).


Surabaya

road, Nakuru, Kenya, killing 35 people and injuring 41. Commons:Category:Surabaya zh:苏腊巴亚


Nassau, Bahamas

Landing Restaurant in nearby Canning, Nova Scotia. Brooks incorporated his culinary style into the inception of a line of cooking and dessert sauces for Constant Creation Gourmet Cuisine A Specialty Food Manufacturing and online ordering company specializing in condiments, sauces, and glazes ranging from a raspberry ketchup to an award-winning Maple


Indonesia

set in motion the advent of budget carriers in the region. Now, Southeast Asia hosts a number of low-price carriers such as: * Malaysia's Firefly (Firefly (airline)) (owned by Malaysia Airlines) Logistics Much of the produce is exported to South East Asia. Sugar, which was produced from the late 1990s until the end of 2007 in the ORIA was trucked to Wyndham (Wyndham, Western Australia) where it was exported to a Korean-owned food manufacturing plant in Surabaya, Indonesia. Fruit and vegetables are sold to domestic markets and are trucked to all capital cities. The ORIA is also home to the largest commercial Indian Sandalwood (Santalum album) plantations in the world. '''''Coelogyne''''' Lindl. 1821, is a genus of over 200 sympodial epiphytes from the family Orchidaceae, distributed across India, China, Indonesia and the Fiji islands, with the main centers in Borneo, Sumatra and the Himalayas. They can be found from tropical lowland forests to montane rainforests. A few species grow as terrestrials or even as lithophytes in open, humid habitats. The genera '''''Bolborchis''''' Lindl. (John Lindley) , '''''Hologyne''''' Pfitzer (Ernst Hugo Heinrich Pfitzer) and '''''Ptychogyne''''' Pfitzer (Ernst Hugo Heinrich Pfitzer) are generally included here. The genus is abbreviated '''Coel''' in trade journals. The center for the Live Food Fish Trade is located in Hong Kong -- the markets consumers contribute $400 million to the estimated $1 billion of the trades global value (Seaweb). Total imports flowing into Hong Kong included 10153 metric tons, of which 30 percent was re-exported to mainland China (Montaldi). Other major markets include Singapore, mainland China, and Taiwan (Graham). The primary suppliers of wild caught fish are Indonesia (accounting for nearly 50 percent of Hong Kong's imports), Thailand, Malaysia, Australia, and Vietnam (Graham). However, Taiwan and Malaysia are leading the charge towards farmed live fish specializing in an industry that "harvested annually has probably been in the billions Metric Tons (Graham)." Farming live fish is gaining popularity as tastes for live fish are burgeoning across South Asia and countries look to become more and more self sustainable, this is appareant in nations with sizable Chinese populations (Chinese race) such as Indonesia and Malaysia. The live fish trade is a complex issue that involves many different perspectives, all of which must be considered in trying to approach a solution. While, at first, one may point the finger at the fishermen themselves as the criminals, there are many other factors. One is the economic disparity of many of the communities that take part in cyanide, dynamite, or other illegal fishing practices. 40% of the Filipino (Filipino people) population and 27% of the Indonesian population is considered to be in poverty. (https: www.cia.gov library publications the-world-factbook The World Factbook) Many whose livelihood once depended on fishing or agriculture are realizing it is more lucrative to participate in illegal fishing activities. Depletion For 50 percent of Southeast Asia’s coral reefs, they are at high or very high levels of threat. Only 12 percent of the reefs are at low risk. 64 percent of the regions reefs are threatened by overfishing and 56 percent are threatened by destructive fishing techniques. Indonesia and the Philippines together possess about 77 percent of the region’s coral reefs and nearly all of those reefs are threatened. Over 90 percent of the coral reefs in Cambodia, Singapore, Taiwan, the Philippines, Vietnam, China, and the Spratly Islands are threatened and over 85 percent of reefs of Malaysia and Indonesia are threatened. Heavy reliance on marine resources resulted in overexploitation and degradation of many coral reefs, especially those near major population centers. Major threats include overfishing, destructive fishing practices, sedimentation and pollution from land based sources. Human activities threaten an estimated 88 percent of Southeast Asia’s coral reefs, jeopardizing the biological and economic value to society. "Key Findings and Introduction from World Resources Institute ." N.p., n.d. Web. 31 May 2011. . Coral reefs just off the coasts of Indonesia and the Philippines possess the world’s most diverse coral species and organisms. These coral reefs are susceptible to severe damage by environmental impacts and mankind. The majority of the destruction of coral reefs in Southeast Asia is due to illegal fishing practices and explosives. These explosives kill fish and shatter the coral skeletons resulting in depletion. Scientists agree that pollution, overfishing, cyanide fishing, and bleaching have negatively impacted about 85% of Indonesia’s reefs. Dmoz:Regional Asia Indonesia Commons:Category:Indonesia Wikipedia:Indonesia


Moscow

), also called '''Knave Of Diamonds''', was a group of artists founded in 1909 in Moscow. The group included Robert Falk, Aristarkh Lentulov, Ilya Mashkov, Alexander V. Kuprin, Alexander Osmerkin, Wladimir Burliuk, and Pyotr Konchalovsky. The Knave of Diamonds was a scandalous exhibition that opened in Moscow in December 1910. Subsequently the title was adopted by a newly formed artistic society in Moscow. Soon thereafter, this group became the largest and one of the most significant exhibition societies of the early Russian avant-garde. Their works demonstrate the artists’ interest in the developing of the new styles (Russian Primitivism, Russian Cezanneism, Moscow School of Neo-Primitivism, oth.) that emerged around their first exhibition as a result of their integrating folk art of the provinces in the artworks. Other new styles and genres, such as performance and body-art, emerged from this unlikely blending of fine European art, Russian folk art, and urban folk of the masses in Russia. The artistic significance of the individual members of The Knave of Diamonds aside, their activities conditioned a qualitative shift in Russian of the 1910s, among most important changes - democratization of the art society in Russia. East-Meg One was intended to represent the remnants of the Soviet Union, and was centered on what had originally been Moscow. During the 1980s, at the tail end of the Cold War period in real-time, the city was often portrayed as hostile to Dredd's home city Mega-City One. Its peak population was said to be 500 million people. The city had its own Judge System (Judge (2000 AD)) controlled by a Supreme Judge, who headed up the city's ruling Diktatorat. It was Supreme Judge Bulgarin who initiated the Apocalypse War after years of careful planning. Bulgarin was quickly killed off on the orders of his most trusted War-Marshal, "Mad Dog" Kazan (List of minor characters in Judge Dredd#Bulgarin and Kazan), who succeeded him as Supreme Judge. After his return to India, in the Cold War circumstances, he was increasingly drawn into the World Peace Movement and served as a Member of the World Peace Council. He became a tireless crusader for peace, campaigning against the nuclearisation of the world. Kosambi's solution to India's energy needs was in sharp conflict with the ambitions of the Indian ruling class. He proposed alternative energy sources, like solar power. His activism


Vienna

as "regulars," were similar in shape to a cigarette lighter, and dispensed an adult breath mint marketed as an alternative to smoking. They were invented by Oscar Uxa. Haas Food Manufacturing Corporation of Vienna, Austria, was the first to sell Pez products. In 1860 she gave concerts in Stockholm and Uppsala. After four years' study in Paris, she had her operatic début 1864 as Violetta in Giuseppe Verdi's opera ''La Traviata'' at the Théâtre Lyrique, Paris. After this success she sang at major opera houses in London, Saint Petersburg, Vienna and New York. She also appeared in the Metropolitan Opera's inaugural performance on October 22, 1883 in Gounod's ''Faust (Faust (opera))''. -valign top 1961 Vienna, Austria -valign top Pärt was born in Paide, Järva County, Estonia. A prolonged struggle with Soviet (Soviet Union) officials led him to emigrate with his wife and their two sons in 1980. He lived first in Vienna, Austria, where he took Austrian citizenship, and then re-located to Berlin, Germany. He returned to Estonia around the turn of the 21st century and now lives alternatively in Berlin www.swr.de swr2 ... swr2-musikstunde-20110427.pdf and in Tallinn. Kircher published his first book (the ''Ars Magnesia'', reporting his research on magnetism) in 1631, but the same year he was driven by the continuing Thirty Years' War to the papal University of Avignon in France. In 1633, he was called to Vienna by the emperor (Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor) to succeed Kepler (Johannes Kepler) as Mathematician to the Habsburg court. On the intervention of Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc, the order was rescinded and he was sent instead to Rome to continue with his scholarly work, but he had already set off for Vienna. The city has a number of renowned facilities and institutions involving performing arts. The most prominent is the neobaroque theatre at the Avram Iancu Square (Avram Iancu Square, Cluj-Napoca). Wikipedia:Vienna Commons:Category:Vienna


Taiwan

s in Taiwan, the other two being the ''Taipei Times'' and ''The China Post''. It is published by the food manufacturing company I-Mei, which also publishes the Chinese Mandarin language news weekly of the same name (''Taiwan News''; the title being in English). '''National Cheng Kung University''' ( ) is a national university in Tainan City, Taiwan. Its abbreviation is NCKU. In Chinese, its name is shortened to 成大 (Chéng Dà). Cheng


Portugal

(IATC) milling company in Portugal, headquartered in Maia (Maia, Portugal), and founded in 1919 as a cereal processing company. Cerealis Group has two divisions, food producer Cerealis Produtos Alimentares and miller Cerealis Moagens which produce and commercialise a range of products including pasta, biscuits, cornflakes as well as providing milled wheat flour and rye flour to the food manufacturing sector. Cerealis Group is a privately owned company and owns the Portuguese


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