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Alon Shvut

over the country. In 2010, over 100 leading scholars delivered 150 lectures. In 2011, the seminar drew 5,000 participants and offered 200 lectures in such subjects as Biblical archaeology, hermeneutics, linguistics, poetry, history, geography, kabbalah and Jewish law (Halakha).


Ardabil

or Tolashi. Generally speaking, the written books and texts concerning Taleshi are rare. However, In the recent decades a scientific and research movement has come about in this old region in poetry, history, literature, etc. '''Ardabil''' is historical city in Ardabil (province) in Azerbaijan (Iranian Azerbaijan) region of Iran. Understand Get in By car Get around See *'''The complex


Qing dynasty

Classical Chinese poetry#History and development Qing poetry thumb right 230px Landscape by Wang Gai 1694 (File:Landscape by Wang Gai 1694.tiff) Under the Qing, traditional forms of art flourished and innovations occurred at many levels and in many types. High levels of literacy, a successful publishing industry, prosperous cities, and the Confucian emphasis on cultivation all fed a lively and creative set of cultural fields. The Manchu emperors were generally adept at poetry and often


Greece

accessdate 19 August 2013 year 1981 publisher Courier Dover Publications isbn 978-0-486-24073-2 page 1 They introduced such important literary forms as epic and lyric poetry, history, tragedy, and comedy. In their pursuit of order and proportion, the Greeks created an ideal of beauty that strongly influenced Western art (Western art history). Peter Krentz, Ph.D., W. R. Grey Professor of History, Davidson College. "Greece, Ancient." ''World Book Advanced.'' World Book, 2012. Web. 8 July 2012. Theatre Commons:Category:Greece Wikipedia:Greece Dmoz:Regional Europe Greece


Philadelphia

was a tireless advocate for worldwide Zionism as well as a member of a number of scientific institutes. As David B. Tierkel worked to become editor and publisher of a number newspapers in Philadelphia, Ernest Tierkel was surrounded by a focus on academics, poetry, history, and community service. Ernest Tierkel’s brother Arnold was an accomplished artist, having attended the Philadelphia School of Art and studying in Italy after the war. Both Ernest Tierkel and his sister Doris attended


Japan

; one for his scientific work and an honorary one for his poetry. History The first atomic weapons test was conducted near Alamogordo, New Mexico, on July 16, 1945, during the Manhattan Project, and given the codename "Trinity (Trinity test)". The test was originally to confirm that the implosion-type Nuclear weapon design was feasible, and to give an idea of what the actual size and effects of an atomic explosion (Effects of nuclear explosions) would be before


Germany

reproduction of a sculpture or object. For instance, in Brazil, many concrete poets (Augusto de Campos, Décio Pignatari, Julio Plaza and José Wagner Garcia, associated with Moysés Baumstein) found in holography a way to express themselves and to renew the Concrete Poetry (or Shape Poetry). History Sarin was discovered in 1938 in Wuppertal-Elberfeld (Wuppertal) in Germany by two German scientists attempting to create stronger pesticides; it is the most toxic of the four G-agents (Nerve agent#G-Series) made by Germany. The compound, which followed the discovery of the nerve agent tabun (tabun (nerve agent)), was named in honor of its discoverers: '''S'''chrader (Gerhard Schrader), '''A'''mbros, '''R'''üdiger and Van der L'''IN'''de. Use as a weapon The German (Germany) group at the Gesellschaft für Schwerionenforschung (GSI) in Darmstadt, who had (undisputedly) discovered elements 107 to 109, were dragged into the controversy when the Commission suggested that the name "hahnium", proposed for element 105 by the Americans, be used for GSI's element 108 instead. US diplomatic pressure to bring Iraq to compliance quickly created a diplomatic crisis in the UN, where some were in agreement with the US position, while others dissented, notably the permanent security council members France, Russia and the People's Republic of China, and fellow NATO members Germany and Belgium. Several close allies of the U.S. (e.g. Germany, Belgium and France) opposed a military intervention because they asserted it would increase rather than decrease the risk of terrorist attacks. Although the British government and some governments of other members of the EU and NATO supported the US position, opinion polls show that in general their populations were against an attack, especially an attack without clear UN Security Council support. Millions of people in the major cities of Europe, and hundreds of thousands in major cities of North America, participated in peace marches (February 15, 2003 anti-war protest) on 15 February 2003. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


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