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Qaqortoq

is the official language of Greenland. The name ''Kalaallisut'' is often used as a cover term for all of Greenlandic. The northern dialect, ''Inuktun (Avanersuarmiutut),'' spoken in the vicinity of the city of Qaanaaq (Thule), is particularly closely related to Canadian Inuktitut. The eastern dialect ''(Tunumiit oraasiat)'', spoken in the vicinity of the towns of Ammassalik and Scoresbysund, is the most innovative of the Greenlandic dialects, having Assimilation (linguistics

; in the three main dialects. It can be seen that Inuktun is the most conservative, and Tunumiisut the most innovative. - 3,306 Qaqortoq Kujalleq - On June 18, 1884, wreckage from ''Jeannette'' was found on an ice floe near Julianehåb (now Qaqortoq) near the southern tip of Greenland ( ). This suggested to Fridtjof Nansen the hypothesis that the ice of the Arctic Ocean was in constant motion from the Siberian coast to the American coast. To prove


Jimma

, Mek'ele. Awash National Park is a site for birdwatching. The university campus is located in the city of Jimma 352 kilometers southwest of Addis Ababa covering 167 hectares. JU is Ethiopia's first innovative community-oriented education institution of higher learning, with teaching centers for health care students in Jimma, Omo Nada, Shebe, Agaro, and Asendabo. Directory

of Potential Institutions for Testing Malaria Vaccines , Secretariat, African Malaria Vaccine Testing Network (Dar es Salaam, 2004), p. 37 JU also publishes the biannual ''Ethiopian Journal of Health Sciences'', and launched the ''Jimma University Journal of Law'' in October 2007. The university campus is located in the city of Jimma 352 kilometers southwest of Addis Ababa covering 167 hectares. JU is Ethiopia's first innovative community-oriented education institution of higher


Kaluga Oblast

institutes of development (Development Corporation of Kaluga Region, Regional Development Agency and Innovative Development Agency and Industrial Logistics). All those institutes have their own goals and fields of activity. Supervision over their activities is done by the ministry of economic development of Kaluga region. The Ludinovo Industrial Type Special Economic Zone and 10 industrial parks are ready to house production facilities. The largest industrial parks include Grabtsevo, Rosva

the technical performance of the existing and newly implemented products. '''Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnologies and Biomedicine''' In 2012 the Development Program of the Pharmaceutical, Biotechnological and Biomedical Cluster of Kaluga Region won at the contest of pilot innovative clusters held by the Russian Ministry of Economic Development. The core of the pharmaceutical cluster is located at two sites: *Kaluga (Grabtsevo and A Park Industrial Parks): production facilities; *Obninsk

(industrial zone, Obninsk high-tech park and Vorsino Industrial Park): innovative developments, including small and medium-sized businesses. An important link in the cluster, MRNTs of the Russian Ministry of Public Health and Social Development will serve as a basis of a federal high-tech innovative center of medical radiology. Key fields of development of the pharmaceutical cluster: *manufacture of pharmaceutical products; *manufacture of substances; *research in the field of pharmaceuticals


Fustat

, in the 8th century. Other centers for innovative pottery in the Islamic world included Fustat (from

the 8th century. Another significant contribution was the development of stone-paste ceramics (Islamic stone-paste), originating from 9th century Iraq. Mason, Robert (1995)."New Looks at Old Pots: Results of Recent Multidisciplinary Studies of Glazed Ceramics from the Islamic World". ''Muqarnas'' V 12 p.5 Other centers for innovative ceramic pottery in the Old world included Fustat (from 975 to 1075), Damascus (from 1100 to around 1600) and Tabriz

centres for innovative pottery in the Islamic world included Fustat (from 975 to 1075), Damascus (from 1100 to around 1600) and Tabriz (from 1470 to 1550). Mason (1995) p.7 Though other types of painted pottry, not usually called Hispano-Moresque ware, were produced in Al-Andaluz earlier, firm evidence of lustreware production is not found before the early or mid-13th century, when it may have been begun by Egyptian potters escaping political disturbances


Ar-Raqqah

glass recipes from early and middle Islamic Raqqa, Syria journal Archaeometry volume 46 issue 3 pages 439–68 doi 10.1111 j.1475-4754.2004.00167.x Other centers for innovative pottery in the Islamic world included Fustat (from 975 to 1075), Damascus (from 1100 to around 1600) and Tabriz (from 1470 to 1550). Mason (1995), p. 7 Lusterwares with iridescent colours may have continued pre-Islamic Roman and Byzantine techniques, but were either invented

volume 46 issue 3 pages 439–68 postscript Other centers for innovative ceramics in the Islamic world were Fustat (near modern Cairo) from 975 to 1075, Damascus from 1100 to around 1600 and Tabriz from 1470 to 1550. Mason (1995), p. 7 Born in Ar-Raqqah. A lesson in Ar-Raqqah and Aleppo and Damascus University, in and out of doctors in 1945. Elected deputy of Ar-Raqqah in 1947. Took a number of ministerial posts


Qaanaaq

as a cover term for all of Greenlandic. The northern dialect, ''Inuktun (Avanersuarmiutut),'' spoken in the vicinity of the city of Qaanaaq (Thule), is particularly closely related to Canadian Inuktitut. The eastern dialect ''(Tunumiit oraasiat)'', spoken in the vicinity of the towns of Ammassalik and Scoresbysund, is the most innovative of the Greenlandic dialects, having assimilated (Assimilation (linguistics)) consonant clusters and vowel sequences to a greater extent

, and Tunumiisut the most innovative. - Qaanaaq (Thule), Greenland, Denmark 77°30' N align "center" 640 align "center" yes align "center" yes Settlement - - 626 Qaanaaq Qaasuitsup - During 1940, with the "Little Norway" facilities under construction and his administrative duties taken over by others, Balchen requested permission from the Norwegian Air Force to fly ferrying missions for the British, teaming


Athens International Airport

resources training and development, during the 6th Human Resources Symposium organized by KPMG, a leading business consulting firm." 2003 - ''European Airport of the Year 2004'' by the British Institute of Transport Management (ITM). "The successful implementation of its innovative business scheme earned AIA the title of the “European

official web site "For the fourth consecutive year, Athens International Airport (AIA) won the OAG-Routes Airport Marketing Award for consistently and dynamically supporting airlines’ route development through the airport’s wide-scale, innovative marketing programmes*. AIA received the “OAG-Routes Airport Marketing Award” in the framework of the 14th World Route Development Forum, “ROUTES” (Kuala Lumpur October 12th-14th), this year sharing the 1st place with Brussels Airport, which also

of “Webbies” awards, in the framework of Flightglobal.com’s “Webbies – Aviation Web Awards 2008”. Athens International Airport’s www.aia.gr was awarded with the bronze award in the “Best Airport Website” category and the silver award in the category “Best Online Innovation”, for offering airlines personalized customer communication through the innovative e-tools “Infogate” and “Autopilot”, blending market intelligence with e-communication." 2008 - “Webbies – Aviation Web Awards


Higher Education Commission of Pakistan

organizations#Pakistan Accreditation Division *Finance and Budget Division *Human Resource Development Division *Learning and Innovative Division *Human Research Management Division *Quality Assurance Division *Planning and Development Division *Research and Development Division - The HEC is governed and chaired by the appointed chairman who is assisted by the secretaries of education (Ministry of Education (Pakistan)), Ministry of Science

an innovative, technology-based economy." Rode, Bernd Michael. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman has won four international awards for the revolutionary changes in the higher education


Kherson

Crimea was annexed by the Russian Empire, Ushakov personally supervised the construction of a naval base in Sevastopol and the building of docks in Kherson. During the Second Russo-Turkish War (Russo-Turkish War, 1787-1792) he brilliantly defeated the Turks at Fidonisi (Battle of Fidonisi), Kerch Strait (Battle of Kerch Strait), Tendra (Battle of Tendra), and Cape Kaliakra (Battle of Cape Kaliakra). In these battles, he demonstrated the excellence of his innovative doctrines

). *Spacious elongated shop galleries, bridged with innovative metal-and-glass vaults, notably the Upper Trade Rows on Red Square (1889–94), Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts (Pushkin Museum) (1898–1912) and Petrovka Passage (1903–06). References thumb 190px Hyperboloid structure Hyperboloid (File:Adziogol hyperboloid Lighthouse by Vladimir Shukhov 1911.jpg) Adziogol Lighthouse by V.G.Shukhov near Kherson, Ukraine, 1911 File:Soviet Union-1963-stamp-Vladimir

structures led to his invention of a new system that was innovative both structurally and spatially. By applying his analytical skills to the doubly curved surfaces Nikolai Lobachevsky named "hyperbolic", Shukhov derived a family of equations that led to new structural and constructional systems, known as hyperboloids of revolution (hyperboloid of revolution) and hyperbolic paraboloids. Participation in the Holocaust The ''Schutzmannschaft'' became an indispensable component


Ilorin

congregations such as the holy order of Cherubim and Seraphim churches, Anglican, Methodist, Celestial Church of Christ, Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA), Catholic, Seventh day Adventist and Protestant populations of the Christian faith. Most Christian Churches in the state started schools and most of the innovative and positive ideas introduced through the church schools were readily adopted by the Muslim schools, once they saw the advantages that were to be derived from them. ref>


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