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Islamabad

. Serves a range of salads, pastas, steaks and sea food. Worth making the trip to I8 for. * Blue Area thumb Tehzeeb Bakers, which was once called Rahat, in Blue Area, across from Wong Fu Chinese restaurant. (File:Rahat.jpg) *'''Red Onion Chain of Restaurants''' Blue Area, opposite the Saudi


Hesse

) is a mediumwave transmission facility south of the A3 motorway (A3 motorway (Germany)) near Mainflingen, Hesse, Germany. Mainflingen was the first mediumwave transmitter for the radio station Deutschlandfunk. It went into service in 1962 with a transmission power of 50 kW (kilowatt), on a frequency of 1538 kHz (kilohertz), at the upper end of the mediumwave band. This frequency has a bad groundwave propagation (Radio propagation) and therefore a low range at daytime


Nigeria

for First Time publisher United States Commission on International Religious Freedom date April 28, 2011 accessdate 11 July 2011 While the Middle East, North Africa and the Americas exhibit either extremely high or low levels of government and social restrictions, these two variables do not always move together: Vietnam and China, for instance, had high ''government'' restrictions on religion but were in the moderate or low range when it came to ''social'' hostilities. Nigeria and Bangladesh follow the opposite pattern: high in ''social'' hostilities but moderate in terms of ''government'' actions. A growing number of African immigrants have made their homes in Omaha in the last twenty years. There are approximately 8,500 Sudanese living in Omaha, comprising the largest population of Sudanese refugees in the United States. Most have immigrated since 1995 because of warfare in their nation. Ten different tribes are represented, including the Nuer (Nuer people), Dinka, Equatorians, Maubans and Nubian (Nubian people)s. Most Sudanese people in Omaha speak the Nuer language. Burbach, C. "Rally features Sudanese vice president", ''Omaha World-Herald''. July 22, 2006. Other Africans have immigrated to Omaha as well, with one-third from Nigeria, and significant populations from Kenya, Togo, Cameroon and Ghana. Greater Omaha Economic Partnership. (2007) p. 18. Goodsell, P. "More Nebraskans move from rural counties to metro areas", ''Omaha World-Herald''. March 20, 2008. Retrieved 5 28 08. Gonzalez, C. "Communities experiencing big growth, census report says", ''Omaha World-Herald''. July 10, 2008. Embassies and other organizations warn visitors to various countries about 419. Countries in West Africa with warnings cited include Nigeria, Commons:Category:Nigeria Dmoz:Regional Africa Nigeria


Puerto Rico

community for its good off road performance and reliability compared to other 4WDs of the time. This is due to the fact that while very compact and light, it is a real 4WD vehicle equipped with a transfer case switchable 4WD and low range. Its lightness makes it a very nimble off roader less prone to sinking in softer ground than heavier ones. It is also considered a great beginner off-roader due to its simple design and ease of engine and suspension modifications. * One Puerto Rico Puerto


Vienna

'' (1728) and "Troverai se a me ti fidi" in Niccolò Conforto's ''La Pesca'' (1737) both contain sustained C6. However, the singer also possessed an extraordinarily extensive low range: "Navigante che non spera" in Leonardo Vinci's opera ''Il Medo'' (1728) takes him into what might well be described as the alien territory of C3, where a tenor would be more "at home". see F Haböck: ''Die Gesangkunst der Kastraten'' (Vienna, 1923), pp 209, 227 and 12 respectively


Brazil

for export reasons. It also had more stylish bodywork and a better ride thanks to longer four-plate leaf springs which had been adapted from the Toyota Light Truck. It had a more powerful


New Zealand

of the Taieri (Taieri River) and Waipori (Waipori River) Rivers at the eastern edge of the plain, at the foot of a low range of coastal hills. '''Mount John University Observatory (MJUO)''', is New Zealand's premier astronomical research observatory.

the entire range of the horn, in contrast with earilier mutes which tended to be stuffy in the low range. Before retiring in 1989 from his position as a Principal French Horn of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Rittich had gained prominence as one of Canada's most distinguished horn players and teachers, giving performances and producing recordings with many of the world's great conductors and soloists.


Wales

: britishlistedbuildings.co.uk wa-2013-ruins-of-piercefield-house-central-block-s reflects its former importance. Description The village and parish of Welton is within the district of Daventry in the south west of the county of Northamptonshire. The village is located in the centre of the parish with a large portion of the village sitting on the south east slope of Crockwell hill, one of the many low range hills which Characterise this part of the Northamptonshire Uplands


Canada

were sold in its first year. The Samurai had a 1.3 liter, , 4-cylinder engine and was available as a convertible or a hardtop. The Suzuki Samurai became intensely popular within the serious 4WD community for its good off road performance and reliability compared to other 4WDs of the time. This is due to the fact that while very compact and light, it is a real 4WD vehicle equipped with a transfer case switchable 4WD and low range. Its lightness makes it a very

;in recognition of distinguished contributions and service to the art of horn playing".'' Rittich designed a mute, which is today the basis for most modern horn mutes. The Rittich mute is described as having a colorful sound and very even response throughout the entire range of the horn, in contrast with earilier mutes which tended to be stuffy in the low range. Before retiring in 1989 from his position as a Principal French Horn of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Rittich had gained


India

SVSU in 2008) * Meera Chopra, a South Indian film actress The Tochi Valley leads from Bannu District through tribal areas, and is inhabited by the Dawari tribe. The valley is divided into two parts, known as Upper and Lower Dawar, by a narrow pass called the Taghrai Tangi, some three miles long. Between Dawar and Bannu is the low range of uninhabited hills, which skirt the Bannu district. It was by this route that Mahmud of Ghazni effected several of his raids into India


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