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Gagra

which he held for approximately a year. Otyrba continued to both work in academia and serve as Deputy Foreign Minister for several years, and when long-serving Foreign Minister Sergey Shamba resigned to run in the 2004 elections, Otyrba was a natural choice to fill in as a temporary replacement. However, the position only lasted for two months before he was replaced by Igor Akhba on 28 July 2004.,


Ulyanovsk

returned to Moscow in 1945 to study at the Theoretical Department of FIAN (Lebedev Physical Institute) (the Physical Institute of the Soviet Academy of Sciences (Russian Academy of Sciences)). He received his Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) in 1947. Republic of Kazakhstan (1991–present) On December 16, 1986, the Soviet Politburo dismissed the long serving General Secretary of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan, Dinmukhamed Konayev. His successor was Gennady Kolbin from


Huntsville, Ontario

—Muskoka : Terry Clarke '''Terry Clarke''' was raised in Port Sydney (Port Sydney, Ontario). He was a councillor in Huntsville (Huntsville, Ontario) in the 1980s and was elected mayor of that community in 1985 (Ontario municipal elections, 1985). Rudy Platiel, "Several long-serving mayors step down this year," ''Globe and Mail'', 12 November 1985, A18; Joe Fullerton, "Broken lake locks blamed on ministry," ''Toronto Star'', 28 May 1987, A7. ref>


Himarë

Olympics Athens 2004 Olympics , is a bronze. * Christos Armandos Gezos, novelist and poet. * Kostas Kaznezis, Greek Army general in the Greek War of Independence. Banac, Ackerman, Szporluk, Vucinich, 1981: p. 46 * Spiro Koleka (1908–2001), long-serving member of the Politburo of the Party of Labour of Albania, one of the few members of the Greek minority serving in the Socialist People's Republic of Albania political system. Pettifer James, Poulton Hugh. ''The Southern Balkans. Minority Rights Group, 1994, ISBN 978-1-897693-75-9: "some Greeks rose to high positions under the one party state, with an ethnic Greek, Spiro Koleka, from the minority southern village of Himarë" * Petro Marko, one of the most famous Albanian writers of the post World War II era. Marko, Petro. Intervistë me vetveten (Retë dhe gurët) (memories). OMSCA, 2000. 99927-40-33-7 * Zachos Milios (1805–1860), Greek Army (Hellenic Army) officer and revolutionary. * Paskal Milo politician *Neço Muko, famous Albanian musician of the 1920s and creator of the ''avaz himariote'' music genre that became identified with Himarë. * Robert Ndrenika, actor * Andon Qesari, actor and director * Sotiris Ninis football player of Parma F.C. (Serie A) * Athanasios Pipis (-1821), revolutionary of the Greek War of Independence, from Vuno. * Spyromilios (1800–1880), Greek Army general and politician. * Spyros Spyromilios (1864–1930), Greek Gendarmerie officer, declared the region's autonomy (1914). * Pyrros Spyromilios (1913–1961), Greek Navy (Hellenic Navy) officer and director of the Greek Radio Orchestra. * Andreas Tatos (1989-), football player of Olympiakos F.C. (Greek Superleague). The success in the Epirus front enabled the Greek headquarters to transfer part of the army to Thessaloniki, in preparation for a confrontation against the Bulgarians (Kingdom of Bulgaria).


Whitby, Ontario

at the home of Colonel R.S. McLaughlin, the unit's former patron and long-serving Honorary Colonel. The album's liner notes contain no lyrics but a link to them online is given. Instead, it is filled with a several photographs taken by John Wellman inside the abandoned Whitby Psychiatric Hospital in Whitby, Ontario. The small band photo on the back cover was taken by Charman Baehler at the Alexandria Hotel in Los Angeles. On the pages are lists of statistical events which occurred during


Medicine Hat

in its history (Medicine Hat Tigers#Season-by-season record). Numerous Tigers alumni (Medicine Hat Tigers#NHL alumni) moved on to play in the National Hockey League (NHL). Government Long-serving MP Monte Solberg revealed in September 2008 that he would not be running in the next election. LaVar Payne won election as MP for Medicine Hat in the subsequent election in October, 2008, and again in 2011. Both Solberg and Payne are members of the Conservative Party of Canada.<


Welland

player *Bill Huard - Former NHL Hockey Player *Matt Johnson (ice hockey) - Former NHL Hockey Player *Peter Kormos - long-serving NDP Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario *Anthony Lacavera (Tony Lacavera) - Chairman and CEO of Globalive Communications Corporation (Globalive) *Amy Ciupak Lalonde - Co-Star of CBC's hit show Sophie and one of the stars of Diary of the Dead (2007) *Daniel Romano - Visual Artist and Musician *Anna Olson - Host of Sugar (TV


Sovereign Military Order of Malta

) was an influential and popular British (United Kingdom) writer on heraldic (heraldry) subjects and a long-serving officer of arms (Officer of Arms) at the College of Arms in London. In 1947, while still a student, Brooke-Little founded the Society of Heraldic Antiquaries, now known as The Heraldry Society and recognized as one of the leading learned societies in its field. He served as the society's chairman for 50 years and then as its President from 1997 until his death in 2006. In addition to the foundation of this group, Brooke-Little was involved in other heraldic groups and societies and worked for many years as an officer of arms; beginning as Bluemantle Pursuivant, Brooke-Little rose to the second highest heraldic office in England: Clarenceux King of Arms. In addition to his honours in the United Kingdom, Brooke-Little also served as Chancellor of the British Association of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta from 1973 to 1977. He was first admitted to the Order as a Knight of Magistral Grace, and would eventually hold the rank of Knight Grand Cross of Grace and Devotion. He was also honoured with the Order of Merito Melitense in 1964 and was made a Knight Grand Cross of Grace of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George. The American College of Heraldry. In addition to these honours, he held the Cruz Distinguida (1st class) de San Raimundo de Penafort. Education and World War II Monckton was educated at Harrow School and then read agriculture at Trinity College, Cambridge, graduating in 1939. He converted to Roman Catholicism at Cambridge University, and was later a Knight of St John (Order of Malta). He was bailiff of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, and was awarded the Grand Cross of Obedience. Viscount Monckton was an active supporter and long time member of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George and held the rank of Bailiff Knight Grand Cross of Justice as well as Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Order of Francis I, its sister order. Criptana, located about two kilometers east of the present city center, was granted, under the name of Chitrana, by the Order of St. John (Sovereign Military Order of Malta) in 1162 to the Toledo (Toledo, Spain) Mozarab nobleman Miguel Assaraff in order that it be resettled. Later it passed to the Order of Santiago, forming the center of an estate that also had property in Villajos and Pedro Muñoz. By the 14th century it was again depopulated. - 100px (File:Flag of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta.svg) 1130 — Sovereign Military Order of Malta The flag of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta is a red rectangular flag quartered by a white cross. In June 2001, Lennon was installed as a Knight of Malta (Sovereign Military Order of Malta) and into the Knights of the Holy Sepulchre. Diocese of Cleveland - Bishops *Rock paintings and Neolithic archaeological remains *Collegiate church of Santa Maria la Mayor del Pilar (16th-17th centuries), located in the highest sector of the town. Founded by the Military Order of St. John (Sovereign Military Order of Malta) during the 13th century, it is one of the best example of Aragonese Gothic (Gothic architecture) architecture, with influences from the Cistercian style. It has a nave and two aisles, the former covered by cross vaults supported by semicolumns, in turn placed over pilasters. The transept area was added in 1515. The bell tower is modern, dating to 1818, while from the Gothic edifice is the western portal, built in 1412 and featuring a rich decoration with contrasts with the sober interior. *''Torre de Salamanca'', located on a hill outside the town and built by general Salamanca in 1874. History of the order The Order of Saint Lazarus (Hospitaller Order of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem) was established as a military and religious community at the time of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, probably some years before 1090. Presuming a foundation date of 1099 for the Order of the Hospital (now the Sovereign Military Order of Malta), the Order of Saint Lazarus is arguably the oldest surviving of the medieval military-religious knightly orders. From its inception, the order was concerned with the relief of leprosy, and many of its members were lepers who had been knights in other orders. It became very rich, its practices dubious, and its funds much abused. With the fall of Acre (Siege of Acre (1291)) in 1291 the knights of St Lazarus fled the Holy Land and Egypt and settled in France and, in 1311, in Naples. In the sixteenth century, the order declined in credibility and wealth. With papal support, Duke of Savoy became Grand Master in 1572.


Djibouti

; Guelleh was sworn in for his second six-year term after a one-man election (Djiboutian presidential election, 2005) on 8 April 2005. He took 100% of the votes in a 78.9% turnout. In early 2011, the Djiboutian citizenry took part in a series of protests (2011 Djiboutian protests) against the long-serving government, which were associated with the larger Arab Spring demonstrations. Guelleh was re-elected (Djiboutian presidential election, 2011) to a third term

mission found that the election of 8 April 2011 was peaceful, calm, fair, transparent and took place in dignity. It declares that the election was free and democratic. On 31 March 2013, Guelleh replaced long-serving Prime Minister Dilleita Mohamed Dilleita with former president of the Union for a Presidential Majority (UMP) Abdoulkader Kamil Mohamed.


Kathmandu

diplomat and long-serving Foreign Minister of Nepal during 1980. He was also Secretary General of Dr. K. I. Singh (Kunwar Inderjit Singh)'s party United Democratic Party (United Democratic Party (Nepal)) in 1960 and became president of the party 1990. He died at Kathmandu 2009. Mr. Dan Bahadur Shahi, born in Doti, ( Secretary of agriculture, chief of public service commission and Ex-Minister of Home Affairs of Nepal) A long-serving bureaucrat of Nepal later turned politician and become Home Minister in 2003. He is known for his exceptional bureaucratic skills. Mr. Bir Bahadur Shahi, the educationist, former jonal commissiner and later went on to become the longest serving Home Secretary of Nepal known for his benevolence and strict discipline. '''Ilam district'''( WikiPedia:Kathmandu Dmoz:Regional Asia Nepal Localities Kathmandu Commons:Category:Kathmandu


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