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Najran

in all parts of Najrān and Bilād Yām. Later, in the spring of 1934, the army of Bin Saʻud under the command of Prince Saʻūd son of ʻAbd al-ʻAzīz carried out a massive campaign, surrounding Najrān from the north and northwest, and defeated the Yemeni army. Najrān became part of Saudi Arabia. In short, though historically a part of Yemen since ancient times, it was annexed by Saudi Arabia. Indeed, there was a strong treaty between King ʻAbd al-ʻAzīz and the people from Najrān indicating conditions


Gyumri

jump er who represented USSR and later Armenia. His personal best jump of 8.86 metres, which he achieved in Tsakhkadzor in May 1987, is the current European record (List of European records in athletics) and also the fourth best result of all time (after those of Mike Powell (Mike Powell (athlete)), Bob Beamon and Carl Lewis). On October 24, Karabekir's forces launched a new, massive campaign against Kars. ref


Kalmykia

massive campaign of cultural vandalism. Under German occupation all Jews of Elista were exterminated. Later in 1943 Stalin deported the entire population of Kalmyks to Kazakhstan and Siberia. The inappropriate agriculture along with previous collectivization caused erosion and desertification. Those Kalmyks who survived the brutal deportation and exile were finally allowed to return home in 1957, under Khruschev. But despite these hardships, Kalmykia's khuruls are being rebuilt


Saint Kitts and Nevis

Jamaica in 1655. French pirates established themselves in Saint-Domingue in 1625, were expelled only to return later and the Dutch seized Curaçao in 1634. In 1739, British Admiral Edward Vernon raided Portobello, but in 1741 his massive campaign against Cartagena de Indias (Battle of Cartagena de Indias) ended in defeat with heavy losses of men and ships. Temporary British seizures of Havana and Manila (1762-4), during the Seven Years' War, were dealt with by using more, smaller fleets visiting a greater variety of ports. thumb left Galleons and shipyards over the river Guadalquivir (File:Sevilla XVI cent.jpg) in 16th century Seville: detail from a townscape by Alonso Sánchez Coello '''Robert Llewellyn Bradshaw''' (16 September 1916 – 23 May 1978) was the first Premier of Saint Kitts and Nevis in the Caribbean, and previously served as Chief Minister, legislator, and labour activist. Bradshaw is credited with leading Saint Kitts and Nevis to independence. - '''22''' 166 125 WikiPedia:Saint Kitts and Nevis Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Saint Kitts and Nevis Commons:Category:Saint Kitts and Nevis


Tianjin

part of the province of North Zhili; and Hainan, Shanghai, and Chongqing were still parts of their original provinces at this time.) This makes for a total of 15 provinces. - Tientsin (Tianjin) 天津 Tiānjīn 津 jīn (Heping District (Heping District, Tianjin)) 和平區 - In 1954 a massive campaign to cut the number of provincial-level divisions was initiated. Of the 14 municipalities (municipality of China) existing in 1953, 11 were annexed by nearby provinces, with only


Tripoli

, and if the Commander of the Faithful wishes to conquer more lands, we could do so with the grace of God." 'Umar, whose armies were already engaged in a massive campaign of conquering the Sassanid Empire did not wanted to engage himself further along north Africa, when Muslim rule in Egypt was as yet insecure. The caliph accordingly disapproved of any further advances and ordered 'Amr to first consolidate the Muslims' position in Egypt, and issued strict orders that there should


Havana

. The English acquired small islands like St Kitts (Saint Kitts and Nevis) in 1624, expelled in 1629 they returned in 1639 and seized Jamaica in 1655. French pirates established themselves in Saint-Domingue in 1625, were expelled only to return later and the Dutch seized Curaçao in 1634. In 1739, British Admiral Edward Vernon raided Portobello, but in 1741 his massive campaign against Cartagena de Indias (Battle of Cartagena de Indias) ended in defeat with heavy losses of men and ships. Temporary British seizures of Havana and Manila (1762-4), during the Seven Years' War, were dealt with by using more, smaller fleets visiting a greater variety of ports. thumb left Galleons and shipyards over the river Guadalquivir (File:Sevilla XVI cent.jpg) in 16th century Seville: detail from a townscape by Alonso Sánchez Coello Biography Silva was born in Havana, Cuba, and has lived in the US since 1960. He has taught biblical studies at Westmont College (1972–1981), Westminster Theological Seminary (1981–1996), and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (1996–2000), where he was the Mary French Rockefeller Distinguished Professor of New Testament until his retirement. A past president of the Evangelical Theological Society (1997), Silva for many years had been an ordained minister of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. He served as a translator of the New American Standard Bible, http: www.lockman.org nasb nasbprin.php the New Living Translation (''Ephesians - Philemon''), http: www.newlivingtranslation.com 05discoverthenlt meetthescholars.asp the English Standard Version http: www.esv.org translation team and the Nueva Versión Internacional, and as a New Testament consultant for Eugene Peterson's ''The Message (The Message (Bible))''. He has also authored or coauthored several books and articles, including a highly acclaimed commentary on ''Philippians''; http: www.librarything.com work 2450284 descriptions ''Invitation to the Septuagint'' (with Karen Jobes); ''God, Language, and Scripture''; ''Has the Church Misread the Bible?''; and ''An Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics'' (with Walter Kaiser, Jr.). He currently resides in Litchfield, Michigan, where he continues his work as an author and editor. rowspan "3" Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships (U-17) (1990 Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships in Athletics#Female_Junior_B_.28under_17.29) rowspan "3" Havana, Cuba bgcolor cc9966 3rd '''Little Havana''' ( WikiPedia:Havana Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Cuba Localities Havana commons:La Habana


Jamaica

and in the Spanish West Indies. The English acquired small islands like St Kitts (Saint Kitts and Nevis) in 1624, expelled in 1629 they returned in 1639 and seized Jamaica in 1655. French pirates established themselves in Saint-Domingue in 1625, were expelled only to return later and the Dutch seized Curaçao in 1634. In 1739, British Admiral Edward Vernon raided Portobello, but in 1741 his massive campaign against Cartagena de Indias (Battle of Cartagena de Indias) ended in defeat with heavy losses of men and ships. Temporary British seizures of Havana and Manila (1762-4), during the Seven Years' War, were dealt with by using more, smaller fleets visiting a greater variety of ports. thumb left Galleons and shipyards over the river Guadalquivir (File:Sevilla XVI cent.jpg) in 16th century Seville: detail from a townscape by Alonso Sánchez Coello The 2002 season was a career high for Ferguson-McKenzie: she won five gold medals, with victories at the IAAF World Cup and Grand Prix Final (IAAF Grand Prix Final), and a 100 m, 200 m and relay gold at the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Her performance in the 100 m remains a personal best and Commonwealth Games record (List of Commonwealth Games records in athletics), and her time in the 200 m was the fastest by any athlete that year. 200 Metres 2002. IAAF (2004-10-14). Retrieved on 2009-07-22. She won her only individual Olympic medal in 2004, taking bronze in the 200 m. Injury ruled her out for the whole of 2005. Saunders, Gerrino (2006-07-13). BAAA Lists Surprising ‘Times’. ''The Bahama Journal''. Retrieved on 2009-07-22. She failed to reach the finals at the 2007 World Championships (2007 World Championships in Athletics), unable to compete with the new generation of American and Jamaican sprinters. 100 Metres 2007. IAAF (2008-04-04). Retrieved on 2009-07-22. However, she managed to reach the 100 and 200 metres finals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. '''Ellef Ringnes Island''' is one of the Sverdrup Islands in Qikiqtaaluk Region, Nunavut, Canada. Also a member of the Queen Elizabeth Islands and Canadian Arctic Archipelago, it is located in the Arctic Ocean, east of Borden Island, and west of Amund Ringnes Island. It has an area of commons:Jamaica


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