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Amman

architectural designs suitable to the nature of its faculties. The main campus is surrounded by a green cover of 135m². In addition to academic buildings and the JUST Library (Jordan_University_of_Science_and_Technology#Library), the campus includes the university farm, 12 auditoriums, a concert hall, fine arts galleries and museums, as well as comprising athletic facilities including a 7000-seat soccer stadium, a multipurpose indoor arena, a swimming pool


Czechoslovakia

and United States, was banned in the GDR; legend has it this was due to the presence of the American flag, not to the context. The cover was replaced for the domestic release with a simple green cover (the international release on Koch Records was unaltered). The band went on a 20th-anniversary "Farewell Tour," accompanied by Czechoslovak (Czechoslovakia) band Turbo (Turbo (Czech band)) and West German veterans The Lords (The Lords (German band)). http


Syria

largest city in Jordan. It is centrally located at international crossroads to Iraq and Syria, and national roads to major cities in Jordan. It covers an area of approximately 11 km², featuring the main buildings of a total area of 355m², constructed according to modern architectural designs suitable to the nature of its faculties. The main campus is surrounded by a green cover


Iraq

in Jordan. It is centrally located at international crossroads to Iraq and Syria, and national roads to major cities in Jordan. It covers an area of approximately 11&nbsp;km², featuring the main buildings of a total area of 355m², constructed according to modern architectural designs suitable to the nature of its faculties. The main campus is surrounded by a green cover of 135m².<


Soviet Union

it this was due to the presence of the American flag, not to the context. The cover was replaced for the domestic release with a simple green cover (the international release on Koch Records was unaltered). The band went on a 20th-anniversary "Farewell Tour," accompanied by Czechoslovak (Czechoslovakia) band Turbo (Turbo (Czech band)) and West German veterans The Lords (The Lords (German band)). Radiosumava.cz <


United States

, Colorado were mined historically. '''''Weezer''''', also known as "'''The Green Album'''" due to the lime-green cover, is the third studio album by American (United States) alternative rock band Weezer, released on May 15, 2001. Produced by Ric Ocasek, it was the band's third studio album released on Geffen Records. This is the first, and only Weezer album to feature bassist Mikey Welsh, who replaced long-time member Matt Sharp. The musical style

a pseudonym. The album's original cover, which pictured two babies wearing diapers (nappies) in the flags of the Soviet Union and United States, was banned in the GDR; legend has it this was due to the presence of the American flag, not to the context. The cover was replaced for the domestic release with a simple green cover (the international release on Koch Records was unaltered). The band went on a 20th-anniversary "Farewell Tour," accompanied by Czechoslovakia


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