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Berane

Centre (with the library), and Polimski Museum, with a very rich collection of valuable artefacts; and the House of the Duke Gavro Vuković, the first jurist with a university degree, a long term Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Principality of Montenegro, and the writer of famous “Memoirs” has been reconstructed, planned to be used for cultural events. Berane also has a school for primary musical education, and there are also few amateur clubs and societies in various disciplines of artistic creation. There are 13 elementary schools, four secondary schools and one school for elementary musical education in municipality of Berane. Berane has four institutions of higher education: Faculty of management in transport and communications, Faculty of Teacher-training, Higher Medical School and Applied Computer engineering (study program of Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Podgorica). Berane, as is usually the case with small communities, does not have a specialised scientific institution, but in spite that fact, many prominent scientists from various scientific disciplines come from here. A remarkable contribution to science was given by, among others, chemist Vukić Mićović, bacteriologist Milutin Đurišić, geographer Milisav Lutovac, and historian Miomir Dašić. Economy, infrastructure and sports 250px thumb right Overview of the former industrial zone. (File:Berane fabrika.jpg) The municipality of Berane is one of the poorest in Montenegro. The level of industrial production is very low, since a big number of companies have stopped working in the past 15 years due to the known crisis in former Yugoslavia. In the earlier period (60’s and 70’s) many village, agricultural households have moved to the town in the process of “industrialisation”, which decreased agricultural production, and industry later collapsed so most of the population lives in difficult conditions. Many small private companies have been started recently, mostly in the areas of commerce and catering industry. There is a very small number of companies that are creating new value. Workers in those new companies nave no insurance or health service, so those companies do not have a bigger positive impact on the community. Total number of employed in the municipality is approximately 3,000. 250px thumb right City Stadium. (File:Beranski stadion.jpg) Berane is connected with rest of Montenegro by two-lane motorways. Bijelo Polje is 35 km away, where there lies the major junction (railway and the road) towards Podgorica and the coast, and to Serbia. Serbia can also be reached eastwards via Rožaje (for Novi Pazar). Berane is on the corridor of the future Beograd - Bar motorway. Berane has an airport (Berane Airport), which hasn't been used for years, although there have been plans for its revitalisation and usage as regional airport. Podgorica Airport is some '''Ribarevina''' (Montenegrin Cyrillic (Montenegrin language): Рибаревина), meaning Fisherman's property in Older Slavic (Proto-Slavic language), is the name of a major crossroads in Montenegro, based in the north of the country in the Bijelo Polje municipality. Situated close to Bijelo Polje, it connects the northern Montenegrin towns of Bijelo Polje, Pljevlja and Žabljak with both Southern Montenegro (Podgorica and the sea), and Eastern Montenegro (Berane district), hence the border crossings into Serbia including Kosovo.


Essaouira

and Macedonian horse market: Essaouira, Morocco * Gaugamela: desert near Marrakech, Morocco In Morocco this music has become a tradition with styles such as Al-Âla and Gharnati. It is considered very soft and spiritual and is usually played during ceremonies, particularly marriages, as well as public places such as cafeterias and restaurants. It is also traditionally played during independence day and Islamic Eid celebrations. One can find some musical education at certain


Kamianets-Podilskyi

as a priest in the Kamianets-Podilskyi Theological Seminary and later furthered his musical education at the Saint Petersburg Court Capella and private lessons with Boleslav Yavorsky. With the independence of the Ukrainian state in the 1917 revolution (October Revolution), Leontovych moved to Kiev where he worked at the Kiev Conservatory and the Mykola Lysenko Institute of Music and Drama. He is recognized for composing "Shchedryk (Shchedryk (song))" in 1904 (which premiered in 1916), known to the English speaking world as "Carol of the Bells" or as "Ring Christmas Bells." He is known as a martyr in the Eastern Orthodox Ukrainian Church (Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church), where he is also remembered for his liturgy, the first liturgy composed in the vernacular, specifically in the modern Ukrainian language. He was assassinated by a Soviet (Soviet Union) agent in 1921. partof the Eastern Front (Eastern Front (World War II)) of World War II place Kamianets-Podilskyi Tarnopol, USSR (Soviet Union) date 25 March-15 April 1944 On 27 March, the advance guard of the 1st Panzer Army moved west toward the Zbruch river, while the rearguard began a fighting withdrawal, with the rest of the 200,000 troops between them. The advanced guard attack went well. The northern column quickly captured three bridges over the Zbruch River, while the southern column was battered by a Red Army's 4th Tank Army (4th Tank Army (Soviet Union)) counterattack which penetrated deep into the pocket, capturing Kamenets-Podolsky (Kamianets-Podilskyi). The loss of this major road and rail hub meant that the escaping Germans had to detour around the city, slowing the movement to a crawl. A counterattack soon cut off the Russians in the city, and the breakout recommenced. Moving by day and night, the kessel kept moving. Soon bridgeheads were formed over the Siret river. In December 1927, the Time Magazine (Time (magazine)) has reported a number of anti-Soviet uprisings among peasants and factory workers in Tiraspol and other cities (Mogilev-Podolskiy (Mohyliv-Podilskyi), Kamyanets-Podolskiy (Kamianets-Podilskyi)) of southern Ukrainian SSR. Troops from Moscow were sent to the region and suppressed the unrest, resulting in ca 4000 deaths. The insurrections were at the time completely denied by the official Kremlin press. Disorder in the Ukraine?, ''TIME Magazine'', December 12, 1927 ...that in 1956 the '''Pidhirtsi Castle''' in Lviv Oblast, Ukraine burned for three weeks costing US$12 million in damages? ...that the '''Holy Trinity Church (Holy Trinity Church, Kamianets-Podilskyi)''' was the oldest church in Kamianets-Podilskyi, Ukraine, until it was destroyed by the Soviets in 1935? wikipedia:Kamianets-Podilskyi wikipedia:Kamianets-Podilskyi Castle wikipedia:Holy Trinity Church, Kamianets-Podilskyi Commons:Category:Kamyanets Podilsky


Fes

birth_place Fes, Morocco Year of Aliyah 1949 Biography Ben-Yezri was born in Fes in Morocco, and made aliyah to Israel on 30 November 1949. In 1955 he was elected to Pardes Hana local council, serving until 1963. In 1958 he became a clerk at Clalit health services, a job he worked in until 1993. He also served as a regional director for the company between 1974 and 1993. He is also a former national chairman of the Health Funds' Workers Organization and chairman of the Health Funds' Pensioners Organization. DATE OF BIRTH 1 January 1927 PLACE OF BIRTH Fes, Morocco DATE OF DEATH Jamal Morelli Despite its relative length, this is clearly a vanity article about an obscure individual. Please note that his main claim to fame is a short student film. The rest of the information, such as about his political activism or interest in learning Moroccan Arabic, is utterly irrelevant and unnoteworthy. There were also inappropriate mentions of this individual in other articles, such as a bizarre in suggestion in Cuckold that unfaithful women shout "Jam! All! More!" while having sex with their husbands as a way to evoke Jamal Morelli, the real object of their desire; another example is this mention under Fes: "the Ville Nouvelle is a bustling commercial center with a popular American Language Center and filmmaker Jamal Morelli's studio." Finally, every result on Google seems to be either a Wikipedia article on which his name (inappropriately) appears, or from sites such as answers.com that reflect Wikipedia's content.Wfgiuliano (User:Wfgiuliano) 22:56, 17 April 2006 (UTC) *'''Delete''' My opinion has been made clear.Wfgiuliano (User:Wfgiuliano) 23:54, 17 April 2006 (UTC)


Shusha

was repulsed but the war was to continue for a year and a half. The book describes the love of Ali for Nino, with excursions to mountain villages in Daghestan (Republic of Dagestan), Shusha in Azerbaijan, Tbilisi, Georgia and Persia. Upon graduating from high school, Ali determines to marry Nino. At first she hesitates, until Ali promises that he will not make her wear the veil, or be part of a harem. Ali's father, despite his Muslim traditional view of women, supports the marriage; Nino's father tries to postpone the marriage.


Presidio of San Francisco

in Winter of 1794-95"). For runaways, Milliken, 1995:97 (cites Fages, 1971). Baker received some musical education at Glendale Junior High School, but left school at age 16 in 1946 to join the United States Army. He was posted to Berlin where he joined the 298th Army band. Leaving the army in 1948, he studied theory and harmony at El Camino College in Los Angeles. He dropped out in his second year, however, re-enlisting in the army in 1950. Baker became a member


Johnstown, Pennsylvania

, Stonycreek (Stonycreek River), and Conemaugh (Conemaugh River) rivers. Cadman’s musical education, unlike that of most of his American contemporaries, was completely American. Born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, he began piano lessons at 13. Eventually, he went to nearby Pittsburgh where he studied harmony, theory, and orchestration with Luigi von Kunits and Emil Paur, then concertmaster and conductor, respectively, of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. This was the sum of his training. He was named a national honorary member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia music fraternity in 1915. Intercity rail Amtrak provides service to the station via the '''''Keystone Service''''' and '''''Pennsylvanian (Pennsylvanian (Amtrak))''''' routes, which operate along the Keystone Corridor and Northeast Corridor. The Harrisburg Transportation Center is the western terminus of Amtrak's ''Keystone Service'', which provides the bulk of the Amtrak service to and from Harrisburg. Primary cities served on Amtrak to and from Harrisburg include Lancaster (Lancaster, Pennsylvania), Philadelphia (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), and New York (New York, New York) to the east and Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania), Johnstown (Johnstown, Pennsylvania), and Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) to the west. Both staffed and Quik-Trak machine ticket service are available for all departures and red cap service is also available. In Federal Fiscal Year 2008, it was the 2nd busiest Amtrak station in Pennsylvania and 21st busiest in the United States. '''Frank Albert Benford, Jr.''', (1883 Johnstown (Johnstown, Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania – December 4, 1948) was an American electrical engineer and physicist best known for rediscovering and generalizing Benford's Law, a statistical statement about the occurrence of digits in lists of data. DATE OF BIRTH 29 May 1883 PLACE OF BIRTH Johnstown (Johnstown, Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania DATE OF DEATH 4 December 1948 airdate 15th September, 1949 location Johnstown (Johnstown, Pennsylvania) Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania) State College, Pennsylvania callsign_meaning '''J'''ohnstown '''A'''utomotive '''C'''ompany (original owner) '''WJAC-TV''' is the NBC-affiliated television station for the Allegheny (Allegheny Mountains) area of Pennsylvania that is licensed to Johnstown (Johnstown, Pennsylvania). It broadcasts a high definition (High-definition television) digital signal on UHF channel 34 from a transmitter northwest of the city in Laurel Ridge State Park along the Cambria (Cambria County, Pennsylvania) and Westmoreland (Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania) County line. Owned by Cox Enterprises, the station has studios on Old Hickory Lane in Johnstown. Syndicated (television syndication) programming on the station includes ''The Ellen DeGeneres Show'', ''Dr. Phil (Dr. Phil (TV series))'', ''Live with Kelly'', ''Entertainment Tonight'', ''The Big Bang Theory'', ''The Insider (The Insider (TV series))'' and ''Judge Judy''. Commissions Lieberman is known for his ability to write and tell the story behind historical events. He has created performances commissioned by the city of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, the Smithsonian Institution (for the National Air and Space Museum), Van Andel Museum Center (Public Museum of Grand Rapids), NASA, and Historic Philadelphia. Syd Lieberman biography at August House airdate October 13, 1986 (1986 in television) location Johnstown (Johnstown, Pennsylvania) Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania) State College, Pennsylvania callsign_meaning '''W'''e're '''W'''onderful '''C'''entral '''P'''ennsylvania '''WWCP-TV''' is the Fox (Fox Broadcasting Company)-affiliated television station for the Allegheny (Allegheny Mountains) area of Pennsylvania that is licensed to Johnstown (Johnstown, Pennsylvania). It broadcasts a high definition (high-definition television) digital signal on VHF channel 8 from a transmitter in Ligonier Township (Ligonier Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania) along the Somerset (Somerset County, Pennsylvania) County line. The station can also be seen on Comcast channel 8 and in high definition on digital channel 808. Owned by Peak Media, WWCP operates the area's ABC (American Broadcasting Company) affiliate WATM-TV (owned by Palm Television, L.P.) through a local marketing agreement (LMA). Early years Prosser was born on March 16, 1834 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, the son of Welsh (Welsh people) immigrants. His family moved to Johnstown, Pennsylvania when he was very young. In Johnstown, Prosser received a limited formal education, but went on to teach school and study law (although he never practiced). He moved to California in 1854, where he engaged in mining.


Watford

'''Kenny Jackett''' (born 5 January 1962 in Watford) is a former Wales international (Wales national football team) football (football (soccer)) player, who has since moved into management. He is the current manager of Millwall (Millwall F.C.), the longest serving manager in the Football League Championship and ninth longest serving manager (List of English Football League managers) in England. DATE OF BIRTH 5 January 1962 PLACE OF BIRTH Watford, England DATE OF DEATH foundation location Watford, England key_people birth_date


Baku

Hajibeyov received his early education in a religious school (madrasah), where he perfected his Arabic (Arabic language) and Persian (Persian language). Later he studied at a two-year Russian-Azerbaijani school. Here, with the help of his favourite teacher Mirza Mehdi Hasanzadeh, he familiarized himself with the heritage of the famous classic writers of the East and the West. The richness of the musical performance tradition of Shusha greatly influenced the musical education of Uzeyir

Hajibeyov. He would later reflect on his experiences: "The first musical education I got as a child in Shusha came from best singers and saz (baglama)-players. At that time I sang mughams and tasnifs. The singers liked my voice. They would make me sing and taught me at the same time." Uzeyir Hajibeyov's first teacher was his uncle Agalar Aliverdibeyov, an excellent connoisseur of Azeri folk music. In 1897–1898, when Azerbaijani playwright Abdurrahim Hagverdiyev and singer

and the first UK artist since 1976 to sing first. Davidovich was born in Baku, Azerbaijan, into a family of musicians and began studying piano when she was six. Three years later, she was the soloist for a performance of Beethoven (Ludwig van Beethoven)'s Piano Concerto No. 1 (Piano Concerto No. 1 (Beethoven)). In 1939, she moved to Moscow to continue her musical education. At the age of 18 she entered the Moscow Conservatory where she studied with Konstantin Igumnov and Yakov Flier. In 1949, she shared the first prize with Halina Czerny-Stefańska at the 4th International Frederick Chopin Piano Competition. This launched her on a very successful career in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, in which she appeared with every major Russian conductor (conducting) and performed as a soloist with the Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra (Saint Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra) for 28 consecutive seasons. She also taught at the Moscow Conservatory for sixteen years. Bella Davidovich was one of the Soviet Union's pre-eminent artists as well as one of the few women to be admitted to the inner circle of Russian cultural life. She was married to violinist Julian Sitkovetsky. Their son, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, is a violinist and conductor. In October 1956, a new English language magazine, ''The USSR'', appeared on newsstands in major US cities. Given the level of anti-communist sentiment at the time, it would hardly have seemed an auspicious name under which to launch such a magazine title. The publication was edited by Enver Mamedov (born 1923), a polyglot native of Baku, who had the distinction of being one of the youngest Soviet diplomats when he was appointed the press secretary of the Soviet Embassy in Italy in 1943, and who had been the handler of the Soviet prosecutors' star witness, Friedrich Paulus, at the Nuremberg Trials. "Я не совершал больших подвигов" ("I did no great feats"), interview with Enver Nazimovich Mamedov. "Broadcasting. Телевидение и радиовещание", No. 4, 2005 Commons:Category:Baku


Fukuoka

2003 isbn 4-3349-7412-0 His father was a music teacher primarily playing the trumpet and his mother was also a teacher. Gackt has an older sister, and a younger brother. Because of father's job he lived in many different cities, in addition to Okinawa in Yamaguchi (Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi), Fukuoka, Shiga (Shiga, Shiga), Osaka, and Kyoto. Gackt's musical education began at age three, when his parents initiated his classical piano education. He grew tired of at age seven when entered elementary school, and because of moving had to change teachers. It would take another four years until his parents allowed him to quit. Since his father played the trumpet, he was also familiar with brass (brass instruments) instruments. He has credited the classical pianist and composer Frédéric Chopin with being "the one who taught me the beauty, depth, fun, sadness, kindness of music; that music could grant people courage, and the meaning of the layers of sound. It isn't an exaggeration to say Chopin is the foundation of my music." Commons:Category:Fukuoka, Fukuoka


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