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York, Ontario

of Long Branch (Long Branch, Ontario), Swansea (Swansea, Toronto), and Forest Hill (Forest Hill, Toronto); and the townships (Township (Canada)) of Etobicoke, York (York, Ontario), North York, East York, and Scarborough (Scarborough, Ontario). One of the most famous Black-dominated urban neighbourhoods in Canada is Montreal's Little Burgundy, regarded as the spiritual home of Canadian jazz due to its association with many of Canada's most influential early jazz


Antakya

in southern Turkey. In ancient times, Antakya was known as Antioch and was for centuries one of the largest cities in the Roman empire and was an influential early center of Christianity; see '''Antioch'''. Today's Antakya is overwhelmingly Islamic in religion. It has a population of about a quarter of a million. Most of the population speak Turkish as their native language, while a minority are native Arabic speakers. Antakya is situated in a well-watered and fertile valley. History


Luxembourg

Rodange , one of the most important figures in the history of Luxembourgian literature. In addition, his ''Luxemburger Sitten und Bräuche'' was one of the most influential early ethnographies (ethnography) on the Luxembourgian people. *Catalan (Catalan language), the official language of Andorra, is a regional language in Spain (Catalonia, Balearic Islands and Valencian Community), France (Pyrénées Orientales) and Italy (Alghero). * German


Seoul

junction. The original form of Arirang is ''Jeongseon Arirang'', which has been sung in for more than 600 years. However, the most famous version of Arirang is that of Seoul. It is the so-called Bonjo Arirang, although it is not actually "standard" (''bonjo'': 본조; 本調). This version is usually simply called ''Arirang,'' and is of relatively recent origin. It was first made popular by its use as the theme song of the influential early feature film '' Arirang (1926 film) Arirang


Haiti

remain in Haiti? date July 2014 Many influential early American settlers and black freemen, including Jean Baptiste Point du Sable and W. E. B. Du Bois, were of Haitian origin.


Toronto

Are Out , by Daniel Alleva, ''The Aquarian Weekly'', 1 19 11. The Ghanaian-German community created a form of highlife called Burger-highlife. The most influential early burgher highlife musician was George Darko, whose "Akoo Te Brofo" coined the term and is considered the beginning of the genre. Burgher highlife was extremely popular in Ghana, especially after computer-generated dance beats were added to the mix. The same period saw a Ghanaian community appear

influential early jazz musicians. In Toronto, many Blacks settled in St. John's Ward (The Ward, Toronto),


Mexico

with their energetic pop-rock that appealed through music lines gained previously unseen popularity across borders. The Cadillacs (Los Fabulosos Cadillacs), with their ska-rock with a heavy Latin infusion, turned instant rock stars across Latin America and eventually worldwide. Rata Blanca, a heavy metal band formed in 1987 from the ashes of influential early '80s rockers V8 (V8 (band)), also conquered the Spanish-speaking world. As did Charly García, Fito Páez, and now solo artist


Italy

Landi.jpg thumb Stefano Landi '''Stefano Landi''' (baptized 26 February 1587 – 28 October 1639) was an Italian (Italy) composer and teacher of the early Baroque (Baroque music) Roman School. He was an influential early composer of opera, and wrote the earliest opera on a historical subject: ''Sant'Alessio'' (1632). '''Moony''' (born '''Monica Bragato''', born 27 September 1980) is a musician from Italy, best known for being the vocalist on DB Boulevard's hit single "Point Of View", as well as her own single "Dove (I'll Be Loving You)". In succeeding centuries, European (History of Europe) events such as revolution, governmental suppression and civil war had very serious consequences for the Trinitarian Order and it declined significantly. During the last decades of the nineteenth century, the Trinitarians began to grow slowly in Italy and Spain. Its members dedicated themselves to fostering and promoting devotion to the Holy Trinity, evangelising non-Christians, assisting immigrants, educating the young and to becoming involved in parishes. Today the Trinitarian Family is composed of priests, brothers, women (enclosed nuns and active sisters) as well as committed laity. They are distinguished by the cross of red and blue which dates from the origins of the Order. Trinitarians are found throughout Europe and in the Americas (the Americas) as well as in Africa, India, Korea and the Philippines. The '''M 1951''' is a 9 mm (9 mm caliber) semi-automatic pistol, developed during the late 1940s and early 1950s by Pietro Beretta S.p.A. (Beretta) of Italy. The pistol was produced strictly for military use and was introduced into service with the Italian Army and security forces as the '''Modello 1951''' (M 1951), replacing the 9 mm Modello 1934 (Beretta M1934) pistol, chambered for the 9x17mm Short (.380 ACP) (.380 ACP) cartridge. Woźniak, Ryszard. Encyklopedia najnowszej broni palnej - tom 3 M-P. Bellona. 2002. pp106-107. Plot It focuses on Joe Bonaparte, whose dream of becoming a violinist could become a reality when prizefight promoter Roxy Gottlieb offers to sponsor him as a boxer. He finds himself torn between the lure of big money and the distinct possibility of injuring his hands, thereby destroying his musical career. Among those offering him advice are his Italian (Italy) immigrant father, his manager Tom Moody, and Tom's girlfriend Lorna Moon, with whom Joe falls in love. Nugent, Frank S. "Movie Review Golden Boy (1939)", ''The New York Times'', September 8, 1939


Canada

'''William Henry "Bill" Wright''' (21 April 1876 – 20 September 1951) was a Canadian (Canada) prospector (Prospecting) who discovered the Kirkland Lake Break, which hosted seven gold-producing mines. He used the proceeds from his gold finds to launch a national newspaper in Canada, ''The Globe and Mail''. '''Charles Joseph Angus''' MP (Member of the Canadian House of Commons) (born November 14, 1962) is a Canadian (Canada) writer, broadcaster, musician, and politician. Angus entered electoral politics in 2004 as the successful New Democratic Party candidate in the Ontario riding of Timmins—James Bay. He was the NDP parliamentary critic (shadow minister) for Canadian Heritage (Department of Canadian Heritage) from 2004 to 2007, and was additionally critic for Agriculture from 2004 to 2006. In 2007 he became the critic for Public Works and Treasury Board, as well as the NDP spokesman for digital issues such as copyright and internet neutrality. "NDP calls for net neutrality" resting_place_coordinates residence Toronto, Ontario, Canada Palm Beach, Florida, U.S. London, England nationality British In the end, Tool is left with all the money. He decides to spend the first part of it on a vet (veterinarian) who removes two bullets


France

, a French (France) employee of a defense electronics firm, is shot dead in his car in Jeddah. Five Chadians confessed to the crime in June 2005. thumb right Luxembourg Palace (Image:Luxembourg Palace.JPG) '''Salomon de Brosse''' (1571, Verneuil-en-Halatte, Oise – 9 December 1626, Paris) was the most influential early 17th-century French (France) architect, a major influence on François Mansart. Salomon was from a prominent Huguenot family, the grandson


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