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the older one into a college. In 1839 two new residents were involved in a murder trial. George Holmes, who lived in town, was in romantic (romantic love) pursuit of Joséphine d’Estimauville, who had been staying with family in William Henry. Holmes killed her husband Louis-Pascal-Achille Taché in the seigneury of Kamouraska (Kamouraska, Quebec). Holmes fled to the United States of America, and d’Estimauville was acquitted of any involvement. In 1970, Anne Hébert wrote a book, ''Kamouraska (Kamouraska (novel))'', about the affair, which was made into a film (Kamouraska (film)) in 1973 by Claude Jutra. In 1875, a train accident on the Richelieu, Drummond, and Athabasca railroad line happened near Sorel. Sorel was also the site of the construction of 3 out of 12 Halifax class frigates of the Canadian Forces. The three Canadian patrol frigates built in Quebec were HMCS ''Ville de Québec'' (HMCS Ville de Québec), HMCS ''Regina'' (HMCS Regina) and HMCS ''Calgary'' (HMCS Calgary). The shipyard in Sorel-Tracy was called M.I.L. Tracy (Marine Industries Limited) and built units for all three vessels and sent them by barge for final assembly at M.I.L. Davie (Davie Shipbuilding) in Lauzon, Quebec. Previous to the construction of the Halifax class frigates, MIL(Marine Industries Ltd operated by the Simard family of Sorel) was responsible for the construction of HMCS Nipigon which was commissioned there in 1964. MIL was also the location of the construction of HMCS Bras d'Or an experimental hydrofoil constructed by the Royal Canadian Navy. The construction of both ships was overseen by Cmdr. Donald Clark CD RCN. Legacy thumb right Tracy Squadron, Royal Military College Saint-Jean (File:Tracy Squadron Royal Military College Saint-Jean.jpeg) The Tracy Squadron at the Royal Military College Saint-Jean was named in honour of Sorel-Tracy. Demographics French Canadians make more than 97% of the city's population. Less than 2% of the population is foreign-born or second generation immigrants. Anglo-Canadians (English Canadian) make less than 1% of Sorel-Tracy's inhabitants. birth_place Sorel-Tracy, Quebec residence Contrecœur, Quebec '''Cynthia Phaneuf''' (born January 16, 1988 in Sorel-Tracy, Quebec) is a Canadian (Canada) figure skater (figure skating). She is the 2004 and 2011 Canadian national champion (Canadian Figure Skating Championships) and a four-time (2005, 2009, 2010, 2012) Canadian silver medalist. She finished in fifth place at the 2010 World Championships (2010 World Figure Skating Championships) and represented Canada at the 2010 Winter Olympics. DATE OF BIRTH January 16, 1988 PLACE OF BIRTH Sorel-Tracy, Quebec DATE OF DEATH - align "center" bgcolor "#eeeeee" '''Blitz Mariniers de S.T.V.''' Sorel-Tracy Varennes, Quebec - align "center" bgcolor "#eeeeee"

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by that love of adventure which characterizes all who have lived a roving and restless life, ascended the Missouri, with a few followers, for the purpose of forming a settlement in the then remote wilderness. According to Hopewell's rather romantic (Romantic love) account, Blanchette met another French Canadian (Bernard Guillet) at the site of St. Charles in 1765. Blanchette, determined to settle there, asked if Guillet, who had become a chief of a Dakota (Lakota people) tribe, had chosen

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body naturally produced; captivated, the Emperor sought her as an Imperial Consort for his harem. She was given as a gift to the Emperor and carefully escorted all the way to Beijing, washing every day along the road in camel's milk to preserve her mysterious fragrance. Contemporary Uyghur (Uyghur people) renditions of the legend are considerably less romantic (romantic love). Stolen from her husband, a Muslim leader who had resisted the army of the Qing, and spirited away


was Jack Bauer's (Kiefer Sutherland) romantic interest (Romantic love) in the show's second season (24 (season 2)). Kate Warner was played by Australian actress Sarah Wynter. She, along with Carlos Bernard (Tony Almeida) and Michelle Forbes (Lynne Kresge) provided commentary for episode four of the second season's DVD set. Kardar captained Pakistan against all the Test playing nations of the day, and achieved an unparalleled distinction of leading his team to victory against each of them, which was remarkable for a nascent cricketing nation. Especially famous was the series-levelling victory achieved touring England in 1954 at The Oval. It was unimaginable for the cricket's godfather nation and team to be beaten by minnows in their first rubber in England. Kardar and his men also created history by winning the first-ever and only Test against Australia in Karachi in 1957. Although aggressive, motivated and confident, Kardar's Pakistan was yet immature, inexperienced and raw in their cricketing skills to win series victories. The attitude of the players was especially criticized when all the five Tests played by the Indian cricket team on its first tour of Pakistan in 1954-1955 ended in a draw. The fear of both Indian and Pakistani players of losing to each other, owing to political tensions and the bloody legacy of independence, was too much for competitive cricket to be played. During his tenure, Pakistan won six, lost six and drew eleven matches in a total of 23 Tests. Kardar retired in 1958. The HSS is the largest in North America and the United Kingdom, and is also spread out in the Europe, Caribbean, East (East Africa) and Southern Africa, Australia, and South East Asia (Southeast Asia). There are approximately 75 ''shakhas'' (or branches) across the UK and 100 in the United States. Unlike ''shakhas'' in India, where they are held daily, ''shakhas'' in the UK, Australia, and the US are held weekly. HSS members also contribute to various activities and events to promote Hindu Culture and Values. HSS Australia takes part in the yearly community event of Clean Up Australia with emotion of contributing back to the society which they live in (Karmabhoomi). '''''Hyaenodon''''' ("hyaena-toothed") is an extinct (extinction) genus of Hyaenodonts (Hyaenodontidae), a group of carnivorous (Carnivore) creodonts (Creodonta) of the family (family (biology)) ''Hyaenodontidae'' endemic to all continents except South America, Australia and Antarctica, living from 42—15.9 mya (Annum), existing for approximately Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia

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in which Quaker influence is concentrated. '''''Love Story in Harvard''''' (Hangul: 러브스토리 인 하버드; ''Rubeusutori in Habeodeu'') is a 16-episode romantic (romance (love)) Korean television drama (Korean drama) broadcast in 2004, set in the United States and South Korea. It stars Kim Rae-won, Kim Tae-hee and Lee Jeong-jin. occupation Screenwriter, television producer, and director '''Matthew Weiner''' ( ; http

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