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Bourbonnais

some eighteen years her senior, with whom she would have two sons. She accompanied him to country estates in Auvergne (Auvergne (province)) and Bourbonnais although she made frequent trips back to Paris, where she began to mix with court society and formed her own successful salon. Some of her acquaintances included Henrietta of England (Henrietta Anne Stuart), future Duchess of Orleans, who asked La Fayette to write her biography; Antoine Arnauld; and the leading French writers


Parry Sound, Ontario

snowfall when south-western winds are predominant. Bartolucci made frequent calls for Highway 69 (Ontario Highway 69) to be widened between Sudbury and Parry Sound (Parry Sound, Ontario), citing a growing number of fatal accidents in the area. "Cottage highway accidents kill six", ''Globe and Mail'', 4 June 2001, A7; Pat Conroy, "Triple fatality renews protests --- Demands for Highway 69 widening ignored", ''Toronto Star'', 9 August 2002, A4. He also chaired the JoeMac committee, which undertook a national campaign to have the killers of Sudbury police officer Joe MacDonald moved to a maximum security prison. The group also opposed what it described as lenient treatment for federal offenders. "Local campaign goes national", ''Canadian Press'', 18 March 2002, 22:39; Adrian Humphreys, "Prison knew alarms faulty years before escape: report", ''National Post'', 8 March 2003, A7. Bartolucci was endorsed by the Sudbury Police Association in the 2003 provincial election (Ontario general election, 2003). Rob O'Flanagan, "Cops' union backs Bartolucci", ''Sudbury Star'', 1 October 2003, A3. The '''Seguin River''' is a river in Parry Sound District in central (Central Ontario) Ontario, Canada that empties into Parry Sound on Georgian Bay, Lake Huron at the town of Parry Sound (Parry Sound, Ontario). The '''Parry Sound Shamrocks''' were a Canadian (Canada) Junior (junior ice hockey) ice hockey team from Parry Sound (Parry Sound, Ontario), Ontario, Canada. This defunct hockey team was a part of the Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League. Junior "A" hockey returns to Parry Sound In 2005, Dan Skodjt, who managed the Indianapolis Ice of the United States Hockey League proposed to bring a junior "A" hockey team back to Parry Sound, Ontario and play out of the Bobby Orr Community Centre. The proposed expansion team angered members and parents of the Parry Sound Hockey Association (Ontario Minor Hockey Association) because of the possibility of scheduling conflicts and prevented the new team moving into the Bobby Orr Community Centre. The new team - Seguin Bruins played out of the Humphrey Community Centre instead and made their debut in 2005-06. - Parry Sound (Parry Sound, Ontario) Richard Adams (Richard Adams (Canadian politician)) - '''CKLP-FM''' is a Canadian (Canada) radio station, broadcasting at 103.3 FM (FM radio) in Parry Sound, Ontario. Owned by Haliburton Broadcasting Group, the station airs an adult hits format branded as '''Moose FM'''.


Zhenjiang

People's Republic of China - In the 1070s, Shen had purchased a lavish garden estate on the outskirts of modern-day Zhenjiang, Jiangsu province, a place of great beauty which he named "Dream Brook" ("Mengxi") after he visited it for the first time in 1086. Shen Kuo permanently moved to the Dream Brook Estate in 1088, and in that same year he completed his life's written


Shaunavon, Saskatchewan

as Stella in ''A Streetcar Named Desire''. She made frequent appearances on television including ''The Great Detective'' on CBC. She had a role on CBC-TV's show ''Road to Avonlea'' where she played Sara Stanley's nanny Louisa J. Banks. http: www.imdb.com name nm0405082 bio Her awards include being named to the Order of Canada, lifetime achievement awards from the Governor General and the Toronto arts community, and ACTRA's John Dranie award for distinguished contribution to broadcasting. She passed away in 2004. '''Dwain Lingenfelter''' Dwain Lingenfelter was born in Shaunavon in 1949. http: esask.uregina.ca entry lingenfelter_dwain_matthew_1949-.html He was voted MLA of the constituency of Shaunavon from 1978 to 1986. He was a cabinet minister for former Saskatchewan Premier Roy Romanow and in 1995 he became Deputy Premier and was appointed Minister of the Crown Investments Corporation in 1997. He was appointed the Minister of Agriculture and Food in 1999 but resigned in 2000. He moved to Calgary as vice-president of government relations for Nexen, an international oil and gas company. He returned to politics and won the NDP provincial leadership in 2009 but resigned in 2011. http: www.huffingtonpost.ca 2011 11 08 ndps-lingenfelter-resigns-saskatchewan-election-losing-seat_n_1081874.html '''Ann Eriksson''' Ann Eriksson was born in Shaunavon in 1956. http: www.anneriksson.ca about-ann She is an author who has published 4 novels including ''Decomposing Maggie, In the Hands of Anubis, Falling from Grace'' and ''High Clear Bell of Morning'' that was released in 2014. He holds a biology degree from the University of Victoria. She is a member of the Writers Union of Canada. She is the founding director of the Thetis Island Nature Conservancy. '''Everett Baker''' Everett Baker was born in Minnesota and immigrated to Canada in 1916. http: esask.uregina.ca entry baker_everett_1893-1981.html He settled in Aneroid, Saskatchewan, and took up farming there. He and his wife, Ruth, lived in Shaunavon from 1945 until his death in 1981. Permanent Display at the Shaunavon Grand Coteau Heritage and Cultural Center In the late 1930s he began to take his photos. During his 21 years as a field man for the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, he captured most of his images. He left 10,000 slides—now the property of the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society. He became its first president in 1957. Mayors and Revees Mayors The Shaunavon Standard documented many accomplishments by town council, highlighted by the purchasing of fire equipment in the early years, the construction and maintenance of roads and sidewalks, and the focus on emergencies services and recreational initiatives throughout their history. class "wikitable" - ! Era , is located adjacent to Shaunavon (Shaunavon, Saskatchewan), Saskatchewan, Canada. - 22 F Hayley Wickenheiser - A R 178 77 08 12 78 Shaunavon, Saskatchewan Calgary Oval X-Treme '''Dollard''' is a small village situated on the historic Red Coat Trail in the southwest corner of Saskatchewan, Canada. It is 13 km west of the town of Shaunavon (Shaunavon, Saskatchewan) and 21 km east of the town of Eastend (Eastend, Saskatchewan). It is approximately 100 km from the Montana USA border and 130 km to the Alberta border.


Ojai, California

scattered into the Pacific Ocean. Austin's backstory is barely described by Caidin. The TV series, however, introduced his mother and stepfather (who live in Ojai (Ojai, California), California), and eventually, a fiancée, Jaime Sommers (Jaime Sommers (The Bionic Woman)), who would herself become bionic after a skydiving accident, leading to a spin-off series, ''The Bionic Woman''. Lee Majors made frequent guest appearances on the spin-off series, which springboarded from Jaime


Wheeling, West Virginia

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Toruń

"Leba" which was kept in the archives of Thorn. History The area was inhabited by Baltic people at least since the 9th century and possibly earlier. At the dawn of the 13th century the population is estimated at around 16,000–20,000. The clan, together with neighbours Pogesanians, made frequent raids into Masovian lands. In 1225 Duke Konrad I of Masovia asked the Teutonic Knights to protect his territory from such raids. In 1230 the Knights settled in the Chełmno Land and began the Prussian Crusade. In 1231 they crossed Vistula and built Thorn (Toruń) (Toruń). Pomesanian leader Pepin unsuccessfully besieged the city, but soon he was captured and tortured to death. In 1233 the work began in Marienwerder (Kwidzyn) (Marienwerder), and during the winter the Prussians gathered a large army for a major battle on the Sirgune River, where they suffered a great defeat. During the next three years all of Pomesania was conquered and made part of the Monastic State of the Teutonic Knights. The city of Elbing (Elbląg) (Elbląg) was founded in 1237 by the Order near the ancient Prussian trading town of Truso. As the war started, the number of non-Germans in the city increased as slave workers were brought in. The first transports came in 1939 from Bydgoszcz, Toruń and Łódż (Łódź). They were mainly used in a synthetic silk factory near Szczecin. The next wave of slave workers was brought in 1940, in addition to PoWs who were used for work in the agricultural industry. According to German police reports from 1940, 15,000 Polish slave workers lived within the city. WikiPedia:Toruń Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland Voivodships Kuyavia and Pomerania Torun Commons:Toruń


Nairobi

death_place Nairobi, Kenya place of burial Jigme Dorji Wangchuck suffered his first heart attack (myocardial infarction) at the age of twenty. He made frequent visits overseas for medical treatment, dying in Nairobi, Kenya, while receiving medical treatment in 1972. DATE OF DEATH 21 July 1972 PLACE OF DEATH Nairobi, Kenya - ''3''' 102* 130 Nairobi, Kenya Gymkhana Club Ground 2000 Won - birth_date

Award for Literature. Interested in women's empowerment, she is also Vice-President of Family Life Counselling (Kenya). *John Henry (John Henry (toxicologist)), "one of the world's leading authorities on drugs and poisons" and "Britain's best known toxicologist who made frequent appearances on television and radio." Times, May 14, 2007 Branch network The headquarters of the bank are located in Uganda's capital, Kampala. As of February 2009, EADB has three (3) other branches, one each in the East African capitals of Nairobi, Kigali and Dar-es-Salaam. EADB Branch Network A branch will be established in Bujumbura as soon as Burundi joins the bank; which is expected soon. * Wikipedia:Nairobi Dmoz:Regional Africa Kenya Localities Nairobi Commons:Category:Nairobi


Toledo, Ohio

He moved to Fort Wayne (Fort Wayne, Indiana) as a small child, when his mother left his father. Shriner learned to play the harmonica as a grade school student. He formed a quintet when he was in high school; expanded to an octet, it made frequent local appearances. Shriner then performed on his own. When his lip gave out one night, he filled time by telling homespun stories. His deadpan comedy routines became more popular than his music, and soon he was entertaining


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