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Scottish Arts Council

; in Kelman's first novel. Works As well as several collections of poetry, his books include a memoir, ''Distances'' (2001), from Scottish Cultural Press. Most recently he edited ''100 Favourite Scottish Poems'' (SPL Luath Press, 2006), a TLS Christmas choice, and ''100 Favourite Scottish Love Poems'' (Luath Press, 2008). He has won three Scottish Arts Council book awards, travel awards from the Society of Authors and the English-Speaking Union, and the Institute of Contemporary Scotland's first Iain Crichton Smith award for services to literature. His collection ''An Ear to the Ground'' was a Poetry Book Society Choice, and ''Stolen Light'' was shortlisted for Saltire Scottish book of the year.


Portuguese India

) Mozambique , a Portuguese colony at the time, he spent his youth in Goa, Portuguese India, another Portuguese colony. At the age of 18, he left Goa and traveled to Lisbon, where he studied history and philosophy at the local university. In 1951, Costa published his first work, a poetry book entitled ''A Estrada e a Voz''. He continued publishing, not only poetry, but also drama and romance (romance novel). Goa Formerly known as the ''Estado da Índia (Portuguese India)'' this territory was an integral part of Portugal (as distinct from a colony) under Portugal's Constitution (Constitution of Portugal) of 1910. '''Antao D'Souza''' (born January 17, 1939, Goa, Portuguese India) is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in six Tests (Test cricket) from 1959 to 1962. He was the fourth Christian to play Test cricket for Pakistan. They've served Pak cricket, on the field and off it He was a medium pace bowler and tail-end obdurate batsman. D'Souza toured England in 1962, heading the batting averages (53) as he remained not out in five of his six innings. Given a minimum of ten innings, D'Souza is one of only two Test cricketers, whose batting averages exceeded their highest score. '''André Pereira dos Reis''' was a Portuguese (Portugal) captain, pilot, and cartographer. A native of Goa, he was engaged in the wars against the Arabs, serving in the fleets of fortress of Portuguese India. In 1647, he was knighted (knight). He was blamed for the loss of Muscat (Muscat, Oman) (1650). thumb right w:St. Paul's Church, Diu St. Paul's Church in Diu (File:Eglise St Paul.jpg) named after St. Paul (w:St. Paul), the Apostle of Jesus (w:Apostle (Christian)) also known as the Apostle to the Gentiles, in baroque architecture (w:Baroque architecture) in India. '''Daman and Diu (w:Daman and Diu)''' is a union territory (w:Union Teritory) in India. For over 450 years, the coastal exclaves of Daman (w:Daman) and Diu (w:Diu) on the Arabian Sea (w:Arabian Sea) coast (w:Coast) were part of Portuguese India (w:Portuguese India), along with Goa (Goa) and Dadra and Nagar Haveli (w: Dadra and Nagar Haveli). Goa, Daman, and Diu (w: Goa, Daman, and Diu) were incorporated into the Republic of India (w: Republic of India) on 19 December 1961 by military conquest (w:Operation Vijay 1961). *Goa, Daman and Diu were the main Portuguese possessions (w:Portuguese India) in India which remained under the Portuguese rule for 450 years. They were liberated on 19 December 1961 during Operation Vijay (w:Operation Vijay 1961). Both Daman and Diu were governed from Goa till their liberation (w:Liberation) on 19 December 1961. Before the Portuguese period, from fourteenth to sixteenth century. Diu (w:Diu, India) was one of the best port and naval bases and both Daman and Diu were notable. **Kumar Suresh Singh, et al, in Daman and Diu (1994), p. 5 *The twin islands are a perfect example of a place where history and nature meet.The tranquillity (w:Tranquillity) is what symbolises the beaches (w:Beaches) of Daman and Diu Islands. Daman was the Portuguese colony (w:Portuguese India) for over four centuries and joined the Indian Union (w:Indian Union) in 1961. **Prakash Talwar, in Travel And Tourism Management (4 Vols.) (1 January 2006), p. 208


Ohrid

" is due to be nominated as a master piece of the spiritual heritage in UNESCO. In its publishing activity, the Republic of Macedonia has presented the Monography of Koco Racin and poetry book by Aco Sopov within the UNESCO'S representative works. In 2003, one of the bigger projects was the implementation of the exhibition in Skopje, called "Dialogs" Macedonian artists of today”, which was held from March 7 until April 1 in the Miro hall


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for her fiction and poetry. Fortress of Chairs, her first book of poems, won the Gerald Lampert Memorial Award for best first book of poetry written by a Canadian writer in 1992. Her second poetry book, The Long Cold Green Evenings of Spring, was a finalist for the Lowther Award in 1997, and her first novel, Excessive Joy Injures the Heart, was chosen one of the ten best books of the year by The Toronto Star in 2000.Also in 2000 Mrs. Harvor won the Alden Nowlan Award, in 2003 the Marian Engel Award


Ipswich

and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. He served in both the Poetry Society and Poetry Book Society. From about 1854 the Thames (River Thames) was too polluted for the use of welled smacks, and fishermen had to leave fish in floating cod boxes in the Thames estuary near Ipswich. Many fishermen moved out of Thames fishing ports such as Barking, and went to the east coast, especially to Grimsby and Lowestoft. Some cod boats (cod fisheries), including some welled smacks, did continue


Republic of Macedonia

piece of the spiritual heritage in UNESCO. In its publishing activity, the Republic of Macedonia has presented the Monography of Koco Racin and poetry book by Aco Sopov within the UNESCO'S representative works. In 2003, one of the bigger projects was the implementation of the exhibition in Skopje, called "Dialogs" Macedonian artists of today”, which was held from March 7 until April 1 in the Miro hall, the HQ of UNESCO. On April 14, 2003

'', while "Wedding in Galicnik" is due to be nominated as a master piece of the spiritual heritage in UNESCO. In its publishing activity, the Republic of Macedonia has presented the Monography of Koco Racin and poetry book by Aco Sopov within the UNESCO'S representative works. In 2003, one of the bigger projects was the implementation of the exhibition in Skopje, called "Dialogs" Macedonian artists of today”, which was held from March 7 until


Beirut

'' (Midnight, Beirut, 2005, Riad El Rayes Publishers). His ''Collected Works'' came out in Beirut in 1997. ''A Small Sun'', his first poetry book in English translation, was published by The Aldeburgh Poetry Trust in 2003. He was awarded the Palestine Award for Poetry (2000). His poems are published in Arabic and international literary magazines. English translations of his poetry have been published in ''Al Ahram Weekly, Banipal, Times Literary Supplement, ''Modern Poetry in Translation


Vienna

the Metropole: Selected Poems 1980-1998'' received a Pushcart Prize nomination in 2000. His poetry book, ''Soft Mayhem'', was published in 2010 (Poetry Salzburg (Poetry Salzburg Review)). The ensemble has been invited to play at important festivals and concert halls and has performed at La Scala in Milan, the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome, the Suntory Hall in Tokyo, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Royal Albert Hall in London, the Musikverein

great influence in its subsequent choices of study and work. He published the Book "Fiuri de tapo", which is the first serious poetry book in the Venetian-Friulian dialect. During his studies in vienna, there was an Italian student demontration in favor of the Italian University in Triest, where he was sent as the spokesman for the demonstrators to the dean. In the conversation with the dean he declared that he wishes for Austria's defeat in the war. http: www.italiantouristoffice.dk dk docs 693.pdf After two Years in Vienna he returns to Florence He participates in debates with his friends Umberto Saba and Scipio Slataper in the Cafe Aragno about the war, and if artists should go to war. Köselitz was born in Annaberg, Saxony to Gustav Hermann Köselitz (1822–1910), the vice mayor (''Vizebürgermeister''), and his wife Caroline (1819–1900), a native of Vienna. His younger brother was the painter Rudolf Köselitz. Wikipedia:Vienna Commons:Category:Vienna


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