, at the height of 280m above sea level, southward towards Yesha Fortress (Metzudat Koach) (Metzudat Yesha). In the autumn, the trail is rich with rain forecasting flowers, especially types of crocus and early blossoming cyclamens. Kiryat Shmona, Karmiel Life career Elon was born in Jerusalem and received his high-school education at "Yishivat Yerushalayim Latzeirim". After graduating from "Yishivat Yerushalayim Latzeirim" he went on to learn further religious studies at the Hesder Yeshiva Yeshivat Or Etzion and at the Hesder Yeshiva of Kiryat Shmona. In his twenties he began teaching religious studies at the Horev Yeshiva High-School in Jerusalem and later became the Rosh Yeshiva in June 1987. He left Horev Yeshiva High-School in 2002 to become the Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshivat HaKotel in the Old City, Jerusalem (Old City (Jerusalem)). Horev Yeshiva High-School web-site Elon left Yeshivat HaKotel in 2006. Kobi Nachshoni, הרב מוטי אלון חוזר. באינטרנט, Ynet, March 17, 2008 20 21 Kiryat Shmona, Tel Hai, Kfar Giladi, Kfar Yuval, Metulla - 23 24 Kiryat Shmona, Tel Hai, Kfar Giladi, Misgav 'Am, Margaliot, Manara - 29 30 Kiryat Shmona, Bet Hillel, Sde Nehemia, Amir, Kfar Blum, Shamir (Shamir (kibbutz)), Kfar Szold - 31 32 Kiryat Shmona, Gome Junc., Kfar Blum, Neot Mordehai, Lehavot HaBashan, Gonen - 34 Kiryat Shmona, Gome Junc., Koah Junc., Yiftah, Ramot Naftali, Malkiya, Dishon - 35 36 Kiryat Shmona, Maayan Baruch, HaGoshrim, She'ar Yashuv, Dafna, Dan (Dan (kibbutz)), Snir, Kfar Szold, Bet Hillel - 55 Kiryat Shmona, Maayan Baruch, HaGoshrim, She'ar Yashuv, Dafna, Dan (Dan (kibbutz)), Snir, Si'on Junc., Neve Ativ, Majdal Shams, Mas'adah, Buq'ata, El Rom, Merom Golan, Ein Zivan, Ortal, Katzrin, Beit Saida Junc., Gadot, Mishmar HaYarden, Mahanaim, Camp Yiftah, Hazor HaGelilit - 58 Kiryat Shmona, Maayan Baruch, HaGoshrim, She'ar Yashuv, Dafna, Dan (Dan (kibbutz)), Snir, Si'on Junc., Camp Nimrod (Nimrod Fortress), Neve Ativ, Mas'adah, Buq'ata, El Rom, Merom Golan, Ein Zivan, Ortal, Kidmat Zvi, Katsrin, Beit Saida Junc., Gadot, Mishmar HaYarden, Hazor HaGelilit - 63 Kiryat Shmona, Gome Junc., Koah Junc., HaHula-Shmura, Camp Yiftah, Yesod HaMa'ala, Mahanaim, Hazor HaGelilit, Rosh Pina, Elifelet, Ami'ad, Chorazin, Capernaum ( Kfar Nahum), Karei Deshe, Huqoq, Ginosar, Migdal (Migdal (town)), Tiberias - 501 Kiryat Shmona CBS – Haifa HaMifraz CBS (HaMifratz Central Bus Station) Regular 505 Kiryat Shmona CBS – Haifa HaMifraz CBS (HaMifratz Central Bus Station) Direct Is Israel a united society? thumb 300px In 2006 the northern town of w:Kiryat Shmona Kiryat Shmona (File:Norman Sandberg and Meytav lab by David Shankbone.jpg) came under heavy shelling during the Lebanese War. Norman Sandberg, (''above, left''), who is a Vice President at Meytav, Israel's largest technology incubator, said it has become difficult to find people willing to leave the bustle of Tel Aviv (w:Tel Aviv), the heart of Israel's business and technology sectors, to work in Kiryat Shmona, where Meytav is based. '''DS: As you know, I’m part of a group from a technology mission over here of journalists. We went to Meytav, your largest technology incubator, and spoke with their Vice President Norman Sandberg. One of the things that he raised as an issue is that Israeli society is becoming dichotomized between Tel Aviv and the rest of the country. How do you develop the brainpower without Israel becoming a city-state with Tel Aviv? Mr. Sandberg told us nobody wants to go to the North (w: North District (Israel)). They want to stay in Tel Aviv. They don’t want to actually spread out and work on developing the rest of the country and invest outside of there. Is that a problem that you foresee that this bubble is forming around Tel Aviv in terms of brainpower?
recording contract as a solo singer, she spent many years working as a corrections officer at Rikers Island and as an armored car guard for Wells Fargo Bank, until receiving a mid-life career break in 1996 after she appeared on a session backing soul and deep funk legend Lee Fields. DATE OF BIRTH May 4, 1956 PLACE OF BIRTH Augusta (Augusta, Georgia), Georgia (Georgia (U.S. state)) United States DATE OF DEATH Family William B. J. Hardman, Lamartine's father, was Harmony Grove's first 'legitimate' doctor, and had come to Jackson County (Jackson County, Georgia) around 1848 as a 26-year-old graduate of Georgia Medical College in Augusta, Georgia, and Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. On January 2, 1851, W.B.J. Hardman married Miss E.S. Colquitt, who counted four governors of Georgia and Texas among her relatives. W.B.J. Hardman farmed a large tract of land, kept up a medical practice, and ministered in the newly formed Harmony Grove Baptist Church (now Commerce (Commerce, Georgia) First Baptist Church) as its first preacher and pastor. He was active in city government, instrumental both in crafting the liquor prohibition clause in the city charter and in having the Northeastern Railroad located through Harmony Grove. It is not surprising, then, that Lamartine Griffin Hardman, one of their eleven children, became a doctor and politician. In September 1780, Clarke led an army in an unsuccessful attempt to reclaim Augusta, Georgia from the British. He would later succeed in taking the city with Andrew Pickens in a two-month siege (Siege of Augusta) beginning in April 1781. He died in Augusta (Augusta, Georgia) in 1799. He was buried in Lincolnton state park (Elijah Clark State Park). WMHK is one of South Carolina's most powerful stations. Under the right conditions, it can be heard in Florence (Florence, South Carolina), as well as the suburbs of Charlotte, Augusta (Augusta, Georgia) and the Upstate. Growth Over time, the Davison-Paxon Company name was shortened to simply Davison's. Not long after, the company embarked on an aggressive expansion plan across Georgia and South Carolina. Locations opened in the downtowns of Athens (Athens, Georgia), Augusta (Augusta, Georgia), Macon (Macon, Georgia) and Columbus (Columbus, Georgia), as well as a store in downtown Columbia, South Carolina. During this time, Rich's remained exclusively in Atlanta. In Augusta, Davison's competed with the J.B. White chain and in Columbus, Kirven's was its main rival. In 1959, Davison's opened its first suburban location at Lenox Square Mall along with Rich's. right 285px thumb A J.B. White store (Image:JBWhite.jpg) '''J.B. White''' was a department store chain in the Southeastern United States founded in Augusta, Georgia in 1874 by James Brice White, an Irish immigrant. http: www.vergelive.com stories experience-more past-times Owned by now-defunct Mercantile Stores for most of its existence, most locations of the chain were in South Carolina, though locations existed in Augusta and Savannah (Savannah, Georgia). Most locations became Dillard's when the Mercantile Stores chain was sold in 1998; some J.B. White locations in overlapping areas became Belk. In Augusta, original downtown store added three suburban branches over time. The last of these opened at Augusta Mall in 1998 after relocating from failing Regency Mall (Regency Mall (Augusta, Georgia)) and was quickly changed over. The Savannah location opened at Savannah Mall in 1990. In 1957, Stauffer Publications (owner of Topeka's other newspaper the ''Topeka State Journal'') bought Capper Publications. The two newspapers, which later merged as the ''Topeka Capital-Journal'', and WIBW-AM-FM (WIBW-FM)-TV remained the flagships of Stauffer Publications (later renamed Stauffer Communications) until 1995 when the company merged with Morris Communications of Augusta, Georgia. As a condition of the sale, Morris had to sell Stauffer's television holdings. Most of the former Stauffer television holdings, including WIBW, were sold to Benedek Broadcasting in 1996. In 2002, Benedek merged with this station's current owner, Gray Communications, now Gray Television. The radio stations are still owned by Morris today along with the ''Capital-Journal''. The 2 84th Regiment was then involved in protecting the Loyalist strong hold of Augusta, Georgia. The first skirmish was at Wiggin's Hill, Savannah River, Georgia in April 1881. (See Skirmish at Wiggin's Hill). The Patriots surprised the regiment at Wiggin's Hill, but were twice repulsed. The 84th then took prisoners, killed many of them and burned their homes. Captain McKinnon tried to stop what he considered his own regiments "barbarity". The 84th was also involved with trying to protect Fort Motte in the Siege of Fort Motte, Georgia (1781). The 2 84th Regiment was forced to surrender on May 12 and were taken prisoner. Kim Stacy (1994). ''No One harms me with impunity - the History, Organization and Biographies of the 84th Highland Regiment (Royal Highland Emigrants) and Young Royal Highlanders during the Revolutionary War 1775-1784''. Unpublished manuscript. p. 39 Education Woodie graduated from the DeWitt Clinton High School in the West Bronx in NYC in 1953 and from Paine College in Augusta, Georgia in 1958. He earned an S.T.B. (Sacrae Theologiae Baccalaureus) (Bachelor of Sacred Theology) from Boston University School of Theology in 1961. While attending BU he served a pastorate in Worcester, Massachusetts. He then became a Probationary Member of the Detroit Annual Conference and was appointed the Associate Pastor of the East Grand Boulevard Methodist Church in Detroit, and in 1963 became the Pastor. In 1967 he began two years as an Urban Missioner for the Conference work in Metropolitan Detroit. In eleven hours, 22,000,000 gallons of water were pumped to put out the fire. Additional fire trucks had been sent from nine Georgia towns (as far away as Macon (Macon, Georgia) and Augusta (Augusta, Georgia)), as well as from Chattanooga (Chattanooga, Tennessee) and Knoxville (Knoxville, Tennessee) in Tennessee. 1,938 buildings were destroyed over ) Reber made Cowan commandant of the Aviation School at North Island, deepening the divisions. '''James Ryder Randall (w:James Ryder Randall)''' (born January 1, 1839 at Baltimore (w:Baltimore, Maryland), Maryland (w:Maryland); died January 15, 1908 in Augusta (w:Augusta, Georgia), Georgia (w:Georgia (U.S. state))) was a journalist and poet. Zach Johnson (w:Zach Johnson) won the 2007 Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Georgia (w:Augusta, Georgia) Sunday. His score of +1 over par (289) is the second highest score ever recorded for the Masters. He was two strokes ahead of three runners up, Tiger Woods (w:Tiger Woods), Retief Goosen (w:Retief Goosen), and Rory Sabbatini (w:Rory Sabbatini).
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. The official language of instruction in his schools changed several times during his childhood between French (French language) and German (German language), neither of which was his native tongue. In addition, Latin (Latin language) and Greek (Ancient Greek) were required subjects for all students. Thus, by age 16, Frederic Baraga was multilingual—a skill that would serve him well in later life. Career Born in Lemberg, Galicia (Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria), Austrian Empire (now Lviv, Ukraine), Redl came from a poor family, his father being a railway clerk. An exceptional intelligence enabled him to rise quickly in the officer ranks of the Austrian army, a position usually reserved for the wealthy and privileged. He joined the counter-espionage service and rose to become its chief. During his tenure in office he greatly improved the methods used by the Austrian counter-espionage service. But at the same time he himself was a spy for Russia, Austria's enemy, and his exposure was largely due to the improvements he had developed himself. '''Pavol Jozef Šafárik''' (''Safáry'' ''Schaffáry'' ''Schafary'' ''Saf(f)arik'' ''Šafarík'' ''Szafarzik'', Czech ''Pavel Josef Šafařík'', German ''Paul Joseph Schaffarik'', Serbian ''Павле Јосиф Шафарик'', Latin ''Paulus Josephus Schaffarik'', Hungarian ''Pál József Saf(f)arik'') (13 May 1795, Kobeliarovo(Kisfeketepatak), Kingdom of Hungary part of the Holy Roman Empire at the time ruled by the Habsburgs – 26 June 1861, Prague, Kingdom of Bohemia, at the part of the Austrian Empire) was a Slovak (Slovaks) philologist, poet, one of the first scientific Slavists; literary historian, historian and ethnographer. The island was a port attached to Murano in the 8th century, but is now known for market gardening. Ruined fortifications, including the so-called ''Torre Massimiliana'' (Tower of Maximilian), ring the isle. Forts existed in the island as early as the 16th century. After the fall of the Republic of Venice, the French (Napoleonic Wars) built here a stronghold in 1811-1814. After Napoleon's defeat, the Austrian (Austrian Empire) Archduke Maximilian of Austria Este had a tower built here in 1843-1844, and also found here refuge during a revolt. The tower has a polygonal base of 25 m and is surrounded by a ditch. On the upper floor up to 13 cannons could be housed. It was used by the Italian Army as late as World War I. Early life Holub was born in Holice (Holice (Pardubice District)) in eastern Bohemia (then within the Austrian Empire, now the Czech Republic) in the family of municipal doctor. After studying at German-language grammar school in Žatec (Saaz), he was admitted at Prague University where he obtained a degree as a doctor of medicine (1872). '''Schlaraffia''' is a worldwide German-speaking (German language) society founded in Prague (then Austrian Empire) in 1859 with a pledge of friendship, art and humor. thumb Franz Thomé, founder of the schlaraffia movement (Image:Franz thome.gif) The first counties, both in the Czech lands and Slovakia, developed from domains in 1850 by decision of the imperial government of Austria (Austrian Empire) (they've also been called processus (Processus (Kingdom of Hungary)) (''slúžnovský okres'') in Slovakia since the 1860s). The organisation and functions of the counties in started to diverge in the course of the following decades, and were finally unified only in 1918 with the creation of Czechoslovakia. After the dissolution of Czechoslovakia in 1993, the county system was taken over by the two current successor states. In 1889 the Naval arsenal was built by Austrians (Austrian Empire), and was later used as a naval military base of the Italian Navy, the Yugoslav People's Army and the Army of Montenegro. The JNA enjoyed an international reputation as a powerful, well-equipped, and well trained force. The base was also used by Russia and Libya as the technical base for maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) of their ships and submarines. He was born in Neu-Raußnitz (today Rousínov in Czech Republic, then in Austrian Empire) and studied at the University of Vienna and Vienna Polytechnic Institute (Vienna University of Technology). In 1824 he moved to St Petersburg (Saint Petersburg) and then accepted a position at the Kazan University (Kazan State University). In 1834 he became a professor of applied mathematics at the Moscow University (Moscow State University). There he is best remembered as a founder of the Moscow Mathematical Society and its journal. * Qasim Khanate, between Muscovy and Kazan Khanate. * Kingdom of Hungary, and later Transylvania (Principality of Transylvania (1571–1711)) between the Austrian Empire and Ottoman Empire; see also Banat. * Tibet was a buffer between czarist Russia, the British Raj, and Qing China (Qing Dynasty) in the early 20th century. File:USS Bainbridge DD-1-650px.jpg thumb right The first destroyer of the United States Navy, the
Nationwide Tour in both 2000 and 2001. Early life career Wyatt grew up in Portland, Oregon, United States. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Stanford University. He taught English at Bellarmine Prep in Tacoma while also coaching football and basketball. Currently living in the Portland (Portland, Oregon) area, Gross' #30 jersey was retired on December 18, 2008 during the Trail Blazers' home game against
at university. The physics of relativity (theory of relativity) were "fascinating secrets open to knowledge"; theology as yet played no role in his life. Career and life Born in Hamburg, Germany, son of a British father and German mother, Brandt grew up during World War I; he later disowned his German heritage and would claim he was born in South London.
Communists and was removed from the unofficial blacklist. Subsequently he had to produce his next film, ''Mambo (Mambo (film))'', in Italy in 1954 to repair his finances. While ''The Hustler'' in 1961 was a great success, conflict with the star of ''Lilith (Lilith (film))'' so disillusioned Rossen that he made no more films during the last three years of his life. Career Montgomery went to New York City to try his hand at writing and acting. He established a stage career, and became
retail company Littlewoods from its founders the Moores family for £750m. The deal was bankrolled by HBOS, which also took a five percent equity stake in the brothers bidding vehicle, LW Investments. The brothers merged the company with their earlier purchase Shop Direct to form Littlewoods Shop Direct Home Shopping Limited (Littlewoods Shop Direct Group), which operates a majority share of the United Kingdom's home shopping market. Early life, career and academia James Dooge
in the Yorkville (Yorkville, Manhattan) neighborhood of Manhattan's East Side, in the midst of the Great Depression. Commons:Category:Manhattan, New York City WikiPedia:Manhattan Dmoz:Regional North America United States New York Localities N New York City Manhattan
a break of gauge * Black Sea:- Samsun, Turkey to Kavkaz, Russia: Launched in December 2010 http: en.portnews.ru news 25902 Life career She was born in Poltava, Ukraine, and grew up in central Ukraine before she and her family moved to Leningrad. She graduated from the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography in 1964. She was awarded People's Artist of the USSR in 1988. Early life Victoria Zdrok was born on March 3, 1973 in Kiev, Ukraine. She graduated from Pensacola Junior College in Florida at age 17 and West Chester University in Pennsylvania at age 18 with a B.A. Commons:Category:Ukraine WikiPedia:Ukraine Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine