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Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Park Inn , 1912 While Asheville prospered in the decades of 1910s and 1920s (at one point, Asheville was the 3rd largest city in North Carolina, behind Charlotte and Wilmington), the period of Asheville's history made world-famous by the novel ''Look Homeward, Angel'', the Great Depression hit Asheville quite hard. On November 20, 1930, eight local banks failed. , owner Carl Pohlad almost sold the Twins to North Carolina businessman Don Beaver, who would have moved the team to the Piedmont Triad (Greensboro (Greensboro, North Carolina) – Winston-Salem (Winston-Salem, North Carolina) – High Point (High Point, North Carolina)) area. The defeat of a referendum for a stadium in North Carolina and a lack of interest in building a stadium for the Twins in Charlotte (Charlotte, North Carolina) killed the deal.


Helsinki

in Finland. Air raids on Helsinki and other Finnish cities made World War II a difficult period for the airline. The company saw half of its fleet requisitioned by the Finnish Air Force during that time, and it is estimated that during the Winter War of 1939 and 1940 half of the airline's passengers were children for evacuation to Sweden. In 1946, the Finnish government acquired a majority stake in the company and re-established services to Europe on November 1, 1947


Malta

an, Thai (Thailand), Chinese (People's Republic of China), Indian and Australian snooker records simultaneously. In 1952, he made the first-ever snooker century for India. He made world-record snooker breaks of 141 and 135 (1936), and along with competitor Willie Smith, British champion, was the first to play snooker on television, in a series of exhibitions at the Alexandra Palace in the same year


White House

quake. McMahon was born in August 1932, and was the wife of former Australian Prime Minister (w:Prime Minister of Australia) Sir William McMahon (w:William McMahon). Sonia was also a Sydney socialite. McMahon made world headlines after being photographed at the White House (w:White House) wearing a revealing dress in the company of her husband and United States president w:Richard Nixon Richard Nixon


Republic of Ireland

and Australian snooker records simultaneously. In 1952, he made the first-ever snooker century for Lindrum was also


Singapore

May 2010 reason Which was...? . He is the only snooker player to have held the English, Irish (Republic of Ireland), Scottish (Scotland), African, New Zealand, Maltese (Malta), Singaporean, Thai (Thailand), Chinese (People's Republic of China), Indian and Australian snooker records simultaneously. In 1952, he made the first-ever snooker century for India. He made world-record


New Zealand

, Maltese (Malta), Singaporean, Thai (Thailand), Chinese (People's Republic of China), Indian and Australian snooker records simultaneously. In 1952, he made the first-ever snooker century for India. He made world-record snooker breaks of 141 and 135 (1936), and along with competitor Willie Smith, British champion, was the first to play snooker on television, in a series of exhibitions


Italy

be found in bookshops in every small, medium sized or big city. The main book and publishing companies stores in Italy include Mondadori, Hoepli or Rizzoli. Most big bookstores are found in Milan, Turin and nearby Monza, which are the capitals of Italy's publishing trade (Turin was made World Book Capital in 2006), however cities such as Rome and more boast loads of book shops. 99% of the books sold are in Italian. * '''Art''' shops can be found all over in Italy, notably the most artistic


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