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Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug

Stern first Jonathan P. title Russian and CIS Gas Markets and their Impact on Europe chapter The Russian Gas Balance to 2015: difficult years ahead editor Simon Pirani publisher Oxford University Press year 2009 isbn 9780199554546 Gazprom's fourth large

field, Zaporliarnoe was able to increase production until 2004, which offset the decline in the three largest fields. From 2004, the company has been able to sustain its overall production levels by launching production from new smaller fields and by purchasing production assets from other companies.


Helsingborg

22 April 2001 accessdate 9 June 2010 He credits his father for his love of football. His father gave him a football when he was 16 months old and as a child he was able to practice with brothers and friends on a large field near his home in Helsingborg. Henrik Larsson Bio – Swedish Striker in 2002 World Cup KidzWorld, 2002 He has said


Concord, New Hampshire

: www.politico.com news stories 0411 53532.html title Gary Johnson makes 2012 presidential run official work Politico (Politico (newspaper)) date April 21, 2011 accessdate April 21, 2011 first Kendra last Marr He was the first of an eventually large field to announce his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination.


Trincomalee

, in the diary of his visit in June 1786 with a view to revitalising agricultural production around the Trincomalee district. The population was a shadow of what it had been in times of prosperity. What he saw were people who had lost much of their traditional skill and often living close to subsistence level. Van Senden made the first record of the Kankuveli Tamil inscription (Kankuveli) dealing with a large field dedicated to Koneswaram temple. He was struck by the contrast between the prosperity signified by the inscription and what he then saw in the village. Trincomalee town remained under Vanni (Vannimai) administration. J. Burnand helps with the suppression of the revolt against the Indian amildars, administrators brought from Madras to Ceylon. He drafts another 'memoir' on the North and Northeast, in which he locates the origins of the Sinhalese in Siam and mentions that from time immemorial Sinhalese and Tamils had divided the rule of the island between the two of them. The English translation of Burnand's memoir of 1798 becomes known as the 'Cleghorn minute'. Late modern and contemporary thumbnail Marble beach, Trincomalee (File:Marble beach.JPG) Jacob Burnand, a Swiss soldier in the service of the Dutch and the Governor of Batticaloa, composed a memoir on his administration there in 1794, noting Trincomalee to be an important fortified town in the Tamil nation. J. Burnand helps with the suppression of the revolt against the Indian amildars, administrators brought from Madras to Ceylon. He drafts another 'memoir' on the North and Northeast, in which he locates the origins of the Sinhalese in Siam and mentions that from time immemorial Sinhalese and Tamils had divided the rule of the island between the two of them. The English translation of Burnand's memoir of 1798 becomes known as the ''Cleghorn minute''. Trincomalee's fort was occupied by the Dutch for most of the 18th century, and subsequently by the French who fought and won the Battle of Trincomalee as part of the American Revolutionary War in 1782 at the city. Wikipedia:Trincomalee Commons:Category:Trincomalee


Helsinki

relay. In the 100 m, she again won the bronze. Injury had disrupted Cram in the early part of the 1983 season, but he recovered in time for the 1983 World Championships (1983 World Championships in Athletics) in Helsinki and just prior to the games beat Coe (who was suffering from an undiagnosed virus at the time) in an 800 metres at Gateshead. In a slow final, he strategically beat a large field following Saïd Aouita's break with 500 metres to go. Ovett became trapped


Kiev

; as the earliest creatures worshipped by the Slavs, even before the cult of Perun was introduced in their lands. No detail about "bereginyas" are given, affording a large field for speculations of every kind. Bloody Sunday incident Father Gapon organized the ''Assembly of Russian Factory and Mill Workers of St. Petersburg'', which was patronized by the Department of the Police and the St. Petersburg Okhrana (secret police). The Assembly's objectives were


Netherlands

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Berlin

the plane, so the system could be re-used. First experiments were held in 1937 on an Heinkel He 111, piloted by test-pilot Erich Warsitz at Neuhardenberg, a large field about 70 kilometres east of Berlin, listed as a reserve airfield in the event of war. Warsitz, Lutz: ''THE FIRST JET PILOT - The Story of German Test Pilot Erich Warsitz'' (p. 45), Pen and Sword Books Ltd., England, 2009 Other German experiments

 km south of Berlin, in the Brandenburg region of Germany. Until 1945 Kummersdorf hosted the weapon office of the German Army which ran a development centre for future weapons as well as an artillery range. The facility was too limited for advanced motor and flight testing, so in 1937 the group (now also supported by the Luftwaffe) moved to Neuhardenberg (a large field about 70 kilometres east of Berlin, listed as a reserve airfield in the event of war


Soviet Union

of the Seelow-Berlin Offensive Operation (16 April-2 May 1945), one of the last assaults on large entrenched defensive positions (Field entrenchment) of World War II. It was fought over three days, from 16–19 April 1945. Close to one million Soviet (Soviet Union) soldiers of the 1st Belorussian Front (including 78,556 soldiers of the Polish 1st Army (First Polish Army (1944-1945))), commanded by Marshal Georgi Zhukov, attacked the position known as the "Gates of Berlin". They were


United States

properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a Google map. '''''Veronica persica''''' (common names: '''Persian speedwell''', '''large field speedwell''', '''bird's-eye''', or '''winter speedwell''' ) is a flowering plant native of Eurasia. First recorded in Britain in 1825 and now widespread in the United States, and east Asia


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