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Savannakhet

content Local, Japanese, and Western food. Original organic Lao coffee (served hot or iced), fruit shakes, pastas, vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals. Free Wi-Fi, free tourist information. Book exchange, bicycles for rent, handicraft souvenirs, Lao cooking classes (upon request). Quiet place, great service, friendly English speaking staff. *


Vang Vieng

checkout price Fan rooms and bungalows from 40,000 kip content Lao-born Malay's and Norwegian Arne's place. Great view over the mountains from the shaded garden. Free 24-hour Wi-Fi, towel, water refill, in-room safes. Book exchange. *


Douala

, Ahmadou Ahidjo. Profile at ''Afrique Express'' wikipedia:Douala Commons:Category:Douala


Ushuaia

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Antigua Guatemala

offerings. If you spend more than GTQ20 in the bookstore, you get 25 minutes of Internet time as a bonus. * *


Shijiazhuang

high and low, primary and secondary dependencies, exquisite gorgeous elegant, spectacular. Do There are some well-equipped leisure centers, especially the luxury bathing centers. * commons:Shijiazhuang


Yaoundé


Falkland Islands

on the Falklands (1833) sent a naval task force to request that the Argentine representative of the islands, José María Pinedo, and Argentine forces leave the islands. thumb left 175px A inhabitant of the Selknam people (Image:Ona Selknam.jpg), 1904. The Selknams, or, Onas, who place great value on amiability, were the island's most numerous native people. Most of the islands of the Southern Atlantic have a more humid climate, except for the Falkland Islands: for instance, the ''Año Nuevo'' and Isla de los Estados islands have a dense vegetation of low forests of lenga beech (Nothofagus pumilio) and antarctic beech (Nothofagus antarctica). # Antártida Argentina (Argentine Antarctica): the Argentine claim to Antarctica, which lies between 25°W and 74°W (overlapping both Chilean and British claims) and which is uninhabited apart from the staff of scientific bases. Being south of 60°S, the Argentine claim to the entire department is suspended under the Antarctic Treaty. The South Orkney Islands and South Shetland Islands, which also lie south of 60°S, are considered by Argentina to be part of the department of Islas del Atlántico Sur. # Islas del Atlántico Sur: consists of the Argentine claim to the Falkland Islands (''Malvinas'' in Spanish) and South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, both of which are self-governing overseas territories of the United Kingdom. The department also includes the South Orkney Islands and South Shetland Islands, though these lie south of 60°S and thus the Argentine claim is again suspended under the Antarctic Treaty. Falklands War In 1982, the ''Welsh Guards'' (CO Lieutenant-Colonel John Rickett) formed part of the 5th Infantry Brigade (British 5th Infantry Brigade) of the British Task Force sent to liberate the Falkland Islands from Argentinian occupation during the Falklands War. On 7 June they were on board the ill-fated ''Sir Galahad'' (RFA Sir Galahad (1966)), which was accompanied by ''Sir Tristram'' (RFA Sir Tristram), waiting to be landed at Bluff Cove though they were delayed from doing so. However, attack was imminent after the landing craft were spotted by Argentinian observers. At 2:00 am, five Dagger (IAI Nesher) and five A-4 Skyhawk aircraft were seen over the Falklands. Shortly afterwards, the Daggers were the first to attack. They hit the frigate HMS ''Plymouth'' (HMS Plymouth (F126)) with cannon fire as well as bombs. In 1982, she led protests within the Labour Party (Labour Party (UK)) and the CND movement against the Task Force (British naval forces in the Falklands War) sent to the Falkland Islands. Julian Lewis, ''When Is a Smear Not a Smear?'', in ''Salisbury Review'', October 1984, online at julianlewis.net In 1984, she co-founded ''Everywoman'' magazine - a "post-feminist" women's magazine. Carrington was again Leader of the Opposition in the House of Lords from 1974 to 1979. In 1979 he was made Foreign Secretary and Minister for Overseas Development as part of the first Cabinet (Cabinet (government)) of Margaret Thatcher. He chaired the Lancaster House conference (Lancaster House Agreement) in 1979, attended by Ian Smith, Abel Muzorewa, Robert Mugabe, Joshua Nkomo, and Josiah Tongogara, which brought to an end Zimbabwe's revolutionary war. He was Foreign Secretary in 1982 when the Falkland Islands were invaded by Argentina. He took full responsibility for the complacency and failures in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (Foreign Office) to foresee this development and resigned. Ministerial resignations in such circumstances are rare, and Carrington's attracted animated press discussion of the principles involved; it may be no coincidence that he had in 1954 been junior minister to Sir Thomas Dugdale at the time of the latter's landmark resignation as Minister of Agriculture over the Crichel Down affair, and had then himself offered his resignation but been persuaded to withdraw it. '''Operation Corporate''' was the codename given to the 1982 British (United Kingdom) military involvement in the Falkland Islands during the Falklands War. The commander of task force operations was Admiral Sir John Fieldhouse (John Fieldhouse, Baron Fieldhouse). Operations lasted from 1 April 1982 to 20 June 1982. WikiPedia:Falkland Islands Dmoz:Regional South America Falkland Islands Commons:Category:Falkland Islands


Mexico

date 2004-04-30 accessdate 2009-10-08 Both practices can place great stress on the creators' artificial economy, requiring robust design, and often repeated updates, to preserve reasonable work reward ratios and game balance. There have also been reports of collusion (or vertical integration, depending on the source) among farmers and online currency exchanges. In 2002, a company called Blacksnow Interactive, a game currency exchange, admitted to using workers in a "virtual sweatshop" in Tijuana, Mexico to farm money and items from ''Ultima Online'' and ''Dark Age of Camelot''. When Mythic Entertainment cracked down on the practice, Blacksnow attempted to sue the game company. The '''Least Grebe''' (''Tachybaptus dominicus''), an aquatic bird, is the smallest member of the grebe family. It occurs in the New World from the southwestern United States and Mexico to Chile and Argentina, and also on Trinidad and Tobago, the Bahamas and the Greater Antilles. * ''T. d. dominicus'' is found in the northern Caribbean, including the Bahamas, Greater Antilles and Virgin Islands. * ''T. d. brachypterus'' is found from southern Texas and Mexico south to Panama. * ''T. d. bangsi'' is restricted to southern Baja California (Baja California Sur), Mexico. It is the smallest and palest of the subspecies. production 1971–1978 assembly Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA (United States) Port Melbourne (Port Melbourne, Victoria), Australia (AMI) Mexico City, Mexico (VAM) Thames, New Zealand (CMI) class Mid-size (Mid-size car) His first hit single was a cover of Italian (Italy) singer Tiziano Ferro's (Tiziano Ferro) biggest hit in Mexico, "Alucinado", taken from his first album "Yahir" in 2003. His next album, "Otra Historia De Amor" in 2004 produced the hit single "La Locura". In 2005, Yahir decided to make a tribute album to Brazilian singer Roberto Carlos (Roberto Carlos (singer)) with the entire album being covers of Carlos' hits. This album was titled "No Te Apartes De Mi" (2005) and had a hit single in the title track. In 2006, Yahir recorded his fourth album "Con El Alma Entre Las Manos..." which produced two hit singles: "Maldito Amor" and "El Amor". This was followed by a greatest hits album "Recuerdos" in 2007, and a new studio album "Elemental" in 2009. The '''Estadio Azul''', is a 35,000-seat stadium located in Mexico City. This sports facility is currently used for association football matches and previously (until 1990) for American football. It is the home of Mexican (Mexico) football club Cruz Azul (Club Deportivo Cruz Azul); it has been also home for Atlante F.C. (hence the nickname ''Estadio Azulgrana'') and several home matches of the Mexico national football team, especially in the early 1990s. '''General Roberto Fierro Villalobos International Airport'''


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