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Strumica

quarters are of a free-style construction. They attract with the warmth of the wood used, shaped in a 19th century old-urban style. '''Dojran''' (


Makhachkala

: www.worldweather.org 107 c01038.htm title Weather Information for Mahackala accessdate Hong Kong Observatory Notable people *Saniyat Ganachueva, the 1st Russian world champion among women on free-style wrestling


Ushuaia

directions phone +54 2901 43-4099 tollfree fax price Dorm bed $78 checkin checkout content Hostel. * WikiPedia:Ushuaia Commons:Ushuaia


Suzhou

. Wikipedia:Suzhou commons:苏州


The Bronx

Since New York City's consolidation in 1898, the Bronx has been governed by the New York City Charter that provides for a "strong" mayor-council system (Mayor-council government). The centralized New York City government is responsible for public education, correctional institutions, libraries, public safety, recreational facilities, sanitation, water supply, and welfare services in the Bronx. class "wikitable" style "float:left; margin-right:1em;" - ! colspan "3" style "background:violet;" Borough Presidents of the Bronx - ! Name !! Party !! Term † -style "background:#def;" Louis F. Haffen Democratic (United States Democratic Party) 1898 – Aug. 1909 -style "background:#def;" John F. Murray Democratic (United States Democratic Party) Aug. 1909–1910 -style "background:#def;" Cyrus C. Miller Democratic (United States Democratic Party) 1910–1914 -style "background:#ffe2e2;" Douglas Mathewson Republican (U.S. Republican Party)- Fusion 1914–1918 -style "background:#def;" Henry Bruckner Democratic (United States Democratic Party) 1918–1934 -style "background:#def;" James J. Lyons Democratic (United States Democratic Party) 1934–1962 -style "background:#ffe2e2;" Joseph F. Periconi Republican (U.S. Republican Party)- Liberal (Liberal Party of New York) 1962–1966 -style "background:#def;" Herman Badillo Democratic (United States Democratic Party) 1966–1970 -style "background:#def;" Robert Abrams Democratic (United States Democratic Party) 1970–1979 -style "background:#def;" Stanley Simon Democratic (United States Democratic Party) 1979 – April 1987 -style "background:#def;" Fernando Ferrer Democratic (United States Democratic Party) April 1987 – 2002 -style "background:#def;" Adolfo Carrión, Jr. Democratic (United States Democratic Party) 2002 – March 2009 -style "background:#def;" Ruben Diaz, Jr. Democratic (United States Democratic Party) May 2009 –   - colspan "3" style "text-align:center;" † Terms begin and end in January where the month is not specified. The office of Borough President was created in the consolidation of 1898 to balance centralization with local authority. Each borough president had a powerful administrative role derived from having a vote on the New York City Board of Estimate, which was responsible for creating and approving the city's budget and proposals for land use. In 1989 the Supreme Court of the United States declared the Board of Estimate unconstitutional on the grounds that Brooklyn, the most populous borough, had no greater effective representation on the Board than Staten Island, the least populous borough, a violation of the Fourteenth Amendment's (Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution) Equal Protection Clause pursuant to the high court's 1964 "one man, one vote" decision. Cornell Law School Supreme Court Collection: Board of Estimate of City of New York v. Morris, accessed June 12, 2006 Since 1990 the Borough President has acted as an advocate for the borough at the mayoral agencies, the City Council (New York City Council), the New York state government, and corporations. Until March 1, 2009, the Borough President of the Bronx was Adolfo Carrión Jr., elected as a Democrat (Democratic Party (United States)) in 2001 and 2005 before retiring early to direct the White House Office of Urban Affairs Policy. His successor, Democratic New York State Assembly member Rubén Díaz, Jr. (Ruben Diaz, Jr.), who won a special election on April 21, 2009 by a vote of 86.3% (29,420) on the "Bronx Unity" line to 13.3% (4,646) for the Republican district leader Anthony Ribustello on the "People First" line, Trymaine Lee, "Bronx Voters Elect Díaz as New Borough President", ''The New York Times'', New York edition, April 22, 2009, page A24, retrieved on May 13, 2009 The Board of Elections in the City of New York, Bronx Borough President special election results, April 21, 2009 (PDF with details by Assembly District, April 29, 2009), retrieved on May 13, 2009 became Borough President on May 1. All of the Bronx's currently elected public officials have first won the nomination of the Democratic Party (Democratic Party (U.S.)) (in addition to any other endorsements). Local party platforms center on affordable housing, education and economic development. Controversial political issues in the Bronx include environmental issues, the cost of housing, and annexation of parkland for new Yankee Stadium. Since its separation from New York County on January 1, 1914, the Bronx, has had, like each of the other 61 counties of New York State, its own criminal court system On the start of business for Bronx County: BRONX COUNTY IN MOTION. New Officials All Find Work to Do on Their First Day. ''The New York Times'', January 3, 1914 (PDF retrieved on June 26, 2008): "Despite the fact that the new Bronx County Court House is not completed there was no delay yesterday in getting the court machinery in motion. All the new county officials were on hand and the County Clerk, the District Attorney, the Surrogate, and the County Judge soon had things in working order. The seal to be used by the new county was selected by County Judge Louis D. Gibbs. It is circular. In the centre is a seated figure of Justice. To her right is an American shield and over the figure is written 'Populi Suprema.' ...      "Surrogate George M. S. Schulz, with his office force, was busy at the stroke of 9 o'clock. Two wills were filed in the early morning, but owing to the absence of a safe they were recorded and then returned to the attorneys for safe keeping. ...      "There was a rush of business to the new County Clerk's office. Between seventy-five and a hundred men applied for first naturalization papers. Two certificates of incorporation were issued, and seventeen judgments, seven lis pendens, three mechanics' liens and one suit for negligence were filed.      "Sheriff O'Brien announced several additional appointments." and District Attorney (District attorney), the chief public prosecutor who is directly elected by popular vote. Robert T. Johnson, a Democrat, has been the District Attorney of Bronx County since 1989. He was the first African-American District Attorney in New York State. Eight members (Membership of the New York City Council) of the New York City Council represent districts wholly within the Bronx (11-18), while a ninth represents a Manhattan district (8) that also includes a small area of the Bronx. One of those members, Joel Rivera (District 15), has been the Council's Majority Leader since 2002. In 2008, all of them were Democrats. The Bronx also has twelve Community Boards (Government of New York City#Community Boards), appointed bodies that field complaints and advise on land use and municipal facilities and services for local residents, businesses and institutions. (They are listed at Bronx Community Boards). Legislative and congressional representatives Since New York City's consolidation in 1898, the Bronx has been governed by the New York City Charter that provides for a "strong" mayor-council system (Mayor-council government). The centralized New York City government is responsible for public education, correctional institutions, libraries, public safety, recreational facilities, sanitation, water supply, and welfare services in the Bronx. class "wikitable" style "float:left;margin-right:1em" - ! colspan "3" style "background:violet;" Borough Presidents of the Bronx - ! Name !! Party !! Term † -style "background:#def;" Louis F. Haffen Democratic (United States Democratic Party) 1898 – Aug. 1909 -style "background:#def;" John F. Murray Democratic (United States Democratic Party) Aug. 1909 – 1910 -style "background:#def;" Cyrus C. Miller Democratic (United States Democratic Party) 1910–1914 -style "background:#ffe2e2;" Douglas Mathewson Republican (U.S. Republican Party)- Fusion 1914–1918 -style "background:#def;" Henry Bruckner Democratic (United States Democratic Party) 1918–1934 -style "background:#def;" James J. Lyons Democratic (United States Democratic Party) 1934–1962 -style "background:#ffe2e2;" Joseph F. Periconi Republican (U.S. Republican Party)- Liberal (Liberal Party of New York) 1962–1966 -style "background:#def;" Herman Badillo Democratic (United States Democratic Party) 1966–1970 -style "background:#def;" Robert Abrams Democratic (United States Democratic Party) 1970–1979 -style "background:#def;" Stanley Simon Democratic (United States Democratic Party) 1979 – April 1987 -style "background:#def;" Fernando Ferrer Democratic (United States Democratic Party) April 1987 – 2002 -style "background:#def;" Adolfo Carrión, Jr. Democratic (United States Democratic Party) 2002 – March 2009 -style "background:#def;" Ruben Diaz, Jr. Democratic (United States Democratic Party) May 2009 – - colspan "3" style "text-align:center;" † Terms begin and end in January where the month is not specified. The office of Borough President was created in the consolidation of 1898 to balance centralization with local authority. Each borough president had a powerful administrative role derived from having a vote on the New York City Board of Estimate, which was responsible for creating and approving the city's budget and proposals for land use. In 1989 the Supreme Court of the United States declared the Board of Estimate unconstitutional on the grounds that Brooklyn, the most populous borough, had no greater effective representation on the Board than Staten Island, the least populous borough, a violation of the Fourteenth Amendment's (Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution) Equal Protection Clause pursuant to the high court's 1964 "one man, one vote" decision. Since 1990 the Borough President has acted as an advocate for the borough at the mayoral agencies, the City Council (New York City Council), the New York state government, and corporations. Until March 1, 2009, the Borough President of the Bronx was Adolfo Carrión Jr., elected as a Democrat (Democratic Party (United States)) in 2001 and 2005 before retiring early to direct the White House Office of Urban Affairs Policy. His successor, Democratic New York State Assembly member Rubén Díaz, Jr. (Ruben Diaz, Jr.), who won a special election on April 21, 2009 by a vote of 86.3% (29,420) on the "Bronx Unity" line to 13.3% (4,646) for the Republican district leader Anthony Ribustello on the "People First" line, became Borough President on May 1. All of the Bronx's currently elected public officials have first won the nomination of the Democratic Party (Democratic Party (U.S.)) (in addition to any other endorsements). Local party platforms center on affordable housing, education and economic development. Controversial political issues in the Bronx include environmental issues, the cost of housing, and annexation of parkland for new Yankee Stadium. Since


Guangzhou

) publisher Singapore National Olympic Council accessdate 11 May 2011 format pdf He won a total of four golds, all in the free style events (400m, 800m, 1500m, and 4 × 100m relay); becoming the most medalled athlete in this Games.


Romania

: www.romanialibera.ro cultura aldine stravechile-capitale-ale-moldovei-122200.html The school hosted a match between a team representing the New York Athletic Club and teams from Russia and Romania. The NYAC team beat Russia 14-11 in free style and Romania 14-12 in Greco-Roman matches. Abbott, Gary. "NYAC beats Russia, 14-11 in freestyle and Romania 14-12 in Greco-Roman in dual meet in New Jersey", United States Olympic


Russia

of the Russian Federation (Russia) and renamed Republic of Adygea. The school hosted a match between a team representing the New York Athletic Club and teams from Russia and Romania. The NYAC team beat Russia 14-11 in free style and Romania 14-12 in Greco-Roman matches. Abbott, Gary. "NYAC beats Russia, 14-11 in freestyle and Romania 14-12 in Greco-Roman in dual meet in New Jersey", United States Olympic Committee


Soviet Union

internment by the Soviet Union, he taught both judo and aikido for many years at Waseda University. It was there that he formulated and expanded his theories concerning both kata based training methods and a particular form of free-style fighting which would put him at odds with much, but not all, of the aikido world. The premiere of the work in the Soviet Union is also worth noting since it was given just three days after the Paris premiere by two 19-year-olds, Nathan Milstein


Australia

at the Madison Square Garden under catch-as-catch-can rules, which Hackenschmidt by now preferred. Jenkins put up a hard battle, but Hackenschmidt again won in two straight falls, the first in 31 minutes, 14 seconds, and the second in 22 minutes, 4 seconds, and could now claim to be the rightful free-style heavyweight champion of the world. He then wrestled in Canada, did some sightseeing and returned to England for a long list of music hall engagements. Set primarily on Drogheda


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