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Phonsavan

to poor brakes and equipment. When renting a motorcycle in town ensure the fundamentals, such as brakes, are in good working order. '''Happy Motorcycles''' are reported to offers some level of insurance. '''Warning''' - Phonsavan is one of the most heavily bombed places in history. There is unexploded ordnance (UXO) everywhere. On average, 60 persons die each year due to UXOs. Use caution when wandering, and always stay on paths. Connect There are plenty of Internet cafes on the main street


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of the food, the healthiness of the food, issues relating to animal welfare (with criteria like the five freedoms or transport of animals and slaughtering, import export of animals and animal products, and local versus trans-local production), the impact of food production on the quality of the landscape, the environmental effects of food production, and the fair treatment of farmers (implying good working conditions both in the developed and developing world). These values are subject to lots

of detailed specifications, depending on the circumstances (Korthals 2001). All of these values can be specified as innumerable items and the concrete tasks and contexts associated with the different items are also innumerable; animal welfare can mean intact horns on farm animals, absence of lesions and injuries, good conditions to maintain the condition of feet and limb and so forth. Good working conditions can mean that men and women get equal pay, that men and women have opportunities for child


Oulu

Winter's Prophecy '' was recorded in their home country in 2000 at Tico-Tico Studios with Ahti Kortelainen (Kalmah, Eternal Tears of Sorrow, Dawn of Relic). Their last album for Massacre Records was entitled ''Eskhata'', released in 2002, recorded in Oulu, Finland at SoundMix Studios with producer Mika Pohjola (The Black League). After the release and promotion of ''Eskhata'', Catamenia renewed their contract with Massacre Records for three more albums, citing good

working relations. background group_or_band origin Oulu, Finland genre Melodic death metal '''Kalmah''' is a melodic death metal


Rawalpindi

on religious subjects, under whose guidance Changawi completed the traditional course of Dars- i Nizami. By the age of 17 he had a fair knowledge of the religious sciences and a good command of Arabic, Persian and Urdu. His desire to acquire also modern education was fulfilled when he was admitted in 1885, at a rather late age, to the Mission School in Rawalpindi. He completed his academic courses within the short span of three years acquiring thereby good working knowledge of the English language. He later published numerous treatises in English. It was during this period that he was exposed to the natural sciences as well as confronted with the Christian mission. Location The university campus is located on the outskirts of Taxila, 5 km from the city. It is situated near railway station Mohra Shah Wali Shah on Taxila-Havelian branch line. The city of Taxila is 35 km from the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi and 6 km from Rawalpindi–Peshawar highway. The university buses commute daily between the campus and the cities of Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Wah (Wah, Pakistan) and Hasan Abdal. The campus covers an area of WikiPedia:Rawalpindi Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan Provinces Punjab Localities Rawalpindi commons:Rawalpindi


Riyadh

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Second Polish Republic

officers, he also had a good working relationship with French General Maxime Weygand of the Interallied Mission to Poland. Support for Germany was strong amongst the Masurians during World War I. Clark, p. 608 In 1920, the East Prussian plebiscite was held under the supervision of the League of Nations, with British, French and Italian troops stationed in Masuria, to determine the new border between the Second Polish Republic and German East Prussia. Although a small group of Masurians did vote for Poland, the vast majority (99.32% in Masuria proper) opted to remain in Prussia. Andreas Kossert: "Grenzlandpolitik" und Ostforschung an der Peripherie des Reiches, p. 124 Rocznik statystyki Rzczypospolitej Polskiej Annuaire statistique de la République Polonaise 1 (1920 22), Teil 2, Warszawa 1923, S. 358. However, the contemporary Polish ethnographer Adam Chętnik accused the German authorities of abuses and falsifications during the plebiscite. Związek Kurpiów - Adam Chętnik In the modern era In the Second Polish Republic, 1937, priest Karol Grycz-Śmiałowski recreated what he considered was a revival of the Church of Polish Brethren in Kraków. In the People's Republic of Poland it was registered in 1967 as the Unity of Polish Brethren (''Jednota Braci Polskich''). thumb 250px Iorga in Versailles (commune) Versailles (File:Professeur Jorga, Exposition d'Aviculture 1928, Meurisse.jpg), 1928 photograph A major moment in Iorga's European career took place in 1924, when he convened in Bucharest the first-ever International Congress of Byzantine Studies, attended by some of the leading experts in the field. He also began lecturing at Ramiro Ortiz's Italian Institute in Bucharest. Santoro, p.114-115 Also then, Iorga was appointed Aggregate Professor by the University of Paris, received the honor of having foreign scholars lecturing at the Vălenii de Munte school, and published a number of scientific works and essays, such as: ''Brève histoire des croissades'' ("A Short History of the Crusades"), ''Cărţi reprezentative din viaţa omenirii'' ("Books Significant for Mankind's Existence"), ''România pitorească'' ("Picturesque Romania") and a volume of addresses to the Romanian American community. In 1925, when he was elected a member of the Kraków Academy of Learning (Polish Academy of Learning) in Poland (Second Polish Republic), Iorga gave conferences in various European countries, including Switzerland (where he spoke at a League of Nations assembly on the state of Romania's minorities (Minorities of Romania)). His bibliography for 1925 includes some 50 titles. Iorga also increased his personal fortune, constructing villas in two resort towns: in Sinaia (designer: Toma T. Socolescu) and, later, Mangalia. Nastasă (2007), p.126 More controversial still was his decision to use excess funds from the International Congress to improve his Vălenii printing press. By the Treaty of Versailles, some territories of West Prussia and the Province of Posen that had belonged to the Prussian kingdom Since the Partitions of Poland which began in 1772. and the German Empire were ceded to the Second Polish Republic. East Prussia, minus the Memelland, received some districts (Marienwerder (region)) of former West Prussia and remained within the German Weimar Republic. As a result of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 the Second Polish Republic was granted not only these two areas, but also areas with a German majority in the Province of West Prussia. After World War II, East Prussia, Silesia, most of Pomerania, and the eastern part of Brandenburg were annexed by either the Soviet Union or Poland. DATE OF BIRTH August 13, 1929 PLACE OF BIRTH Równe (Rivne), Poland (Second Polish Republic) (now Rivne, Ukraine) DATE OF DEATH April 10, 2010


Cleveland

of recreational freshwater boats. Upon advise of his parents, Morley entered Andover Theological Seminary in 1861 and completed the course in 1864. It was here, probably, that he acquired a good working knowledge of Hebrew. From 1866 to 1868 he was a teacher in a private school, and later, in 1868, he was called to preach in a small country parish in Ohio. At about the same time, he was appointed professor of chemistry in Western Reserve College (then situated at Hudson, Ohio and later moved to Cleveland and renamed Case Western Reserve University), where he remained until his retirement in 1906. This appointment was the turning point in his career. In 1873 he also became professor of chemistry in Cleveland Medical College, but resigned this chair in 1888 to have more time for research. Just before moving to Hudson he married Miss Imbella A. Birdsall. 17. Cleveland – Akron (Akron, Ohio) – Canton (Canton, Ohio) '''WUAB 43''' In 1898, after witnessing a series of similar strikes (many ending in violence), Czolgosz again returned home where he was constantly at odds with his stepmother and with his family's Roman Catholic (Roman Catholic Church) beliefs. It was later recounted that through his life he had never shown any interest in friendship or romantic relationships, and was bullied throughout his childhood by peers. WikiPedia:Cleveland Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Localities C Cleveland commons:Cleveland


Milwaukee

: bikecollective.org Milwaukee Bicycle Collective is useful if you need a space and some tools to fix your bike while traveling, they have assorted hours and suggested donation rates. It is fairly easy to find a used bike in good working condition at local thrift stores, which is much cheaper than renting if you are going to be staying in the city for any length of time. All MCTS buses have bicycle racks which are free to use with bus fare, so if you get tired, lost, the weather turns bad or whatever you can hop on the bus. By taxi While there are plenty of taxis to meet demand, do not expect to simply flag one down. With the notable exceptions of queues at larger hotels, the airport, train- and bus stations, largely attended events and most of the downtown area, you should call for one. Even going from the Upper East Side to Downtown can cost $20. The number one company is Yellow Cab (''+1 414'' 271-1800). In the warmer (and occasionally the colder) months there are alternative ways of getting point to point. *'''Horse-drawn carriages''' are available downtown and sometimes on the East Side, and often outside public events. *'''Cream City Rickshaw''' available for private events, bike-taxi services. *'''Water Taxi''' service may be suspended. By car While it is possible to use the bus to go to many suburbs, some tourists prefer driving. Parking outside the Downtown East Side is overall a non-issue. Traffic conditions vary. '''Parking''' Downtown and in some business districts (on the East Side, in some suburbs) costs money. Keep an eye out for electronic meters: there will be a number on a post at each space, and you need it to pay at a machine down the block (cards accepted). Visitors parking overnight on city streets should call the City at ''+1 414'' 286-8300 by 1AM to request parking permission. Overnight parking can also be registered for free (up to 3 nights) online at the DPW's night parking site. See thumb 250px right Windhover Hall, entrance to Milwaukee Art Museum (Image:Windhover Hall.JPG) * WikiPedia:Milwaukee Dmoz:Regional North America United States Wisconsin Localities M Milwaukee commons:Milwaukee, Wisconsin


Cairo

conferences, the common forces accepted a cease-fire. The Syrian forces then took on the role of a deterrent force, the "Arab Deterrent Forces" (ADF), between the belligerents. In 1977, Walid Jumblatt became the head of the LNM after the murder of his resigning father, Kamal, in an ambush widely accredited pro-Syria Palestinian militants working for Syrian intelligence. Despite this, Walid aligned himself with Syria, and maintained a good working relationship with Syrian President Hafez Al-Assad (who had shared with his father a mutual distrust). birth_date 27 May 1893 birth_place Cairo, Egypt death_date 17 October 1961 Background and education Crookshank was born in Cairo, Egypt, the son of Harry Maule Crookshank and Emma, daughter of Major Samuel Comfort, of New York City. On his father's side he descended from Alexander Crookshank, of County Longford, Ireland, who represented Belfast (Belfast (Parliament of Ireland constituency)) in the Irish House of Commons and served as a Justice of the Court of Common Please in Ireland. He was educated at Eton (Eton College) and Magdalen College, Oxford. In the First World War he served as a Captain in the Grenadier Guards Harry Frederick Comfort Crookshank, 1st and last Viscount Crookshank and was castrated by shrapnel in 1916. He joined the Diplomatic Service in 1919 and worked at the British Embassy in Washington, D.C. until 1924. date of birth 27 May 1893 place of birth Cairo, Egypt date of death 17 October 1961 Al-Qaeda In 1998 after the attacks on the U.S. embassies in Dar-es-Salaam and Nairobi, as a result of the fax that was sent from Baku, the level of activity of Al-Qaeda in the country was discovered. U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, “US vs. Usama Bin Laden” in Politicization of Islam in Azerbaijan, 2 May 2001, p. 5440 Azerbaijan actively cooperated with the United States in counterterrorism operations and had success in reducing the presence and hampering the activities of international Islamic militant groups with ties to terrorist organizations seeking to move people, money, and material throughout the Caucasus. U.S. Department of State Country Reports on Terrorism 2006 - Azerbaijan Following this members of the Al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya close to Al-Qaeda movement were arrested in Azerbaijan and extradited to Cairo. An Al-Qaeda operative, Abu Atiya, was arrested in Baku and turned over to the CIA. David S. Cloud, “Long In US Sights, A Young Terrorist Builds Grim Resume On Journey to Iraq, Zarqawi Forged Ties With Al-Qaeda, Attracted Own Followers; An Amputation in Baghdad”, The Wall Street Journal, 10 February 2004 The arrests came after security forces engaged in a search for more than a month, that finally led them to a safe house in Sumgayit, where the militants were arrested. AZERBAIJAN: EVALUATING THE RADICAL ISLAMIC SECURITY THREAT, by Rovshan Ismayilov 11 30 07, Eurasia Insight In the end of 1853 he joined Holman Hunt (William Holman Hunt) at Cairo. He worked for a year in Egypt and Palestine, executing views which Ruskin (John Ruskin) pronounced to be "the first landscapes uniting perfect artistical skill with topographical accuracy; being directed, with stern self-restraint, to no other purpose than that of giving to persons who cannot travel trustworthy knowledge of the scenes which ought to be most interesting to them." * February 8 – Changi Airport MRT Station on the Singapore MRT System (Mass Rapid Transit (Singapore)) is opened, giving the airport (Singapore Changi Airport) its first rail link in 21 years. * February 21 – The Al Ayyat train disaster occurred in Egypt when a train running from Cairo to Luxor caught fire. The official death toll is 383 but many believe the true figure to be nearer 1000. Plot The novels describe the experiences of a young married couple, Harriet and Guy Pringle, early in World War II. A lecturer and passionate Communist, Guy is attached to a British Council educational establishment in Bucharest (Romania) when war breaks out, and the couple are forced to leave the country, passing through Athens and Palestine (British Mandate of Palestine) and ending up in Cairo, Egypt. Harriet is persuaded to return home by ship, but changes her mind at the last minute and goes to Damascus with friends. Guy, hearing that the ship has been torpedoed, believes her to be dead, but they are reunited in the end. birth_date


Hollywood

Disney because of the challenging work and good working conditions. For two years Art tried to entice Bill to come out to Hollywood, but Bill did not want to leave his family and a well paying job during the Great Depression. Finally in 1934 Tytla flew to Hollywood. He was very impressed and accepted the job even at a lower salary than he was being paid at Terrytoons.


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