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St. Johns, Portland, Oregon

was dead. His son took over the project and took on Norton and other council members who were growing weary of the project. At his first city council meetings, Goodrich stated that councilmen who claimed “the material in the city hall is of poor quality”. Norton and Hewitt called Goodrich’s claims as false and objected to them being put on the record. It is also the farthest north of any bridge on the Willamette. The campus is located in the University Park (University Park, Portland, Oregon) neighborhood near St. Johns (St. Johns, Portland, Oregon), on a bluff overlooking the Willamette River. With a college of arts and sciences; a graduate school; and schools of business, education, engineering, and nursing, it is the only comprehensive Catholic University in Oregon. Oregon Encyclopedia Oregon Encyclopedia article on University of Portland It is the largest corporation in North Portland and has an annual economic impact on Portland of some $170 million. More than 13,000 alumni live in the Portland metropolitan area. Three shipyards were located across the Columbia River from each other at Ryan Point in Vancouver, Washington and in the St. Johns (St. Johns, Portland, Oregon) area of Portland, Oregon (Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation), and at Swan Island (Swan Island (Oregon)) in Portland.


Ballyvourney

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Mátészalka

poor-quality gasoline heavily mixed with water. While it will run Dacias and Ladas with a somewhat clunky performance, a Western car could be irreperably damaged by it. (Think of Back to the Future part 3) *'''Visit the farmers'-market''' A bit north of the town center. While not as big and bustling as the flea-market it's still a unique place of Eastern European culture. *'''Visit the indoor swimming-pool and thermal healing bath'''. Southeast, near the TESCO. Hungary is famous for it's


Churchill, Manitoba

to implement a ''Service Improvement Plan'' (SIP). This meant that MTS had to improve service to northern remote areas that even by the 21st century had poor quality phone service. Customers in northern Manitoba complained that the microwave system could not handle data communications (modem, fax) well. This, as well as the collapse of a microwave relay tower linking Churchill (Churchill, Manitoba) in early January 2000, lead MTS to initiate upgrades to the Radisson- Churchill, Manitoba

retrieved archive -- archivedate 2006-11-10 2000s The CRTC met with the various telecommunications providers in Canada and required of them to implement a ''Service Improvement Plan'' (SIP). This meant that MTS had to improve service to northern remote areas that even by the 21st century had poor quality phone service. Customers in northern Manitoba complained that the microwave system could not handle data communications (modem, fax) well. This, as well as the collapse


Qiqihar

with Hirohito's use of formal and archaic language, the fact that he did not use the actual word "surrender", the poor quality of the broadcast, and poor lines of communication, there was some confusion amongst the Japanese about what the announcement actually meant. The Imperial Japanese Army Headquarters did not immediately communicate the cease-fire order to the Kwantung Army, and many elements of the army either did not understand it, or ignored it. Hence, pockets of fierce resistance from the Kwantung Army continued, and the Soviets continued their advance, largely avoiding the pockets of resistance, reaching Mukden, Changchun and Qiqihar by August 20. On the Soviet right flank, the Soviet-Mongolian (Mongolian People's Republic) Cavalry-Mechanized Group had entered Inner Mongolia (Mengjiang) and quickly took Dolon Nur (Duolun) and Kalgan. The Emperor of Manchukuo (and former Emperor of China), Puyi, was captured by the Soviet Red Army. The cease-fire order was eventually communicated to the Kwantung Army, but not before the Soviets had made most of their territorial gains. Wikipedia:Qiqihar Commons:Category:Qiqihar


Temiskaming Shores


Aylmer, Quebec

The Aylmer Boating Club was founded in 1890. The Club was renamed the Aylmer Yacht Club in 1900. In 1901, Moses Chamberlain Edey designed the clubhouse. By 1906, the Club was renamed the Victoria Yacht Club. In 1921, the Club burned down and was not rebuilt. Moses Chamberlain Edey Dictionary of Architects in Canada http: dictionaryofarchitectsincanada.org architects view 1549 During most of the 19th century, the town of Aylmer, like much of the Outaouais, was an important center for the wood industry. During that period several steam boats were built alongside the Deschênes Rapids and the Ottawa River across from Britannia (Britannia (Ottawa)). Railroad construction began during the early Canadian Confederation years. Meanwhile, the economy of Aylmer was more focused on the wood and wood pulp industries and much later, on tourism. In 1921, a destructive fire ravaged large sections of the village destroying dozens of homes and businesses. During the Great Depression Aylmer's biggest sawmill closed its doors. would regain importance during the second half of the 20th century when, due to urban sprawling from the Ottawa and Gatineau areas, it became an important suburb to the region. In 1975 the villages of Lucerne and Deschênes, located just east of downtown Aylmer, were amalgamated. Several new residential developments were created on the northern and eastern side of old Aylmer. Numerous businesses and shopping malls were built along the Main Street including les Chemin d'Aylmer (Gatineau) Galeries Aylmer and the Glenwood Plaza, the latter being destroyed by a fire in 2005 and rebuilt. In addition, several golf courses, a Sheraton (Sheraton Hotels and Resorts) hotel, and a movie theater were added through the city. On August 4, 1994, a destructive tornado tore through the city damaging nearly 400 to 500 homes (including a dozen homes that were completely destroyed) and injuring at least 15 people. Damage figures were estimated at about $15 million. Rated F3 on the Fujita scale , the tornado tracked for 8 kilometers and was one of the most intense tornadoes in history across the National Capital Region (National Capital Region (Canada)). Aylmer also saw many power outages and very dangerous driving conditions throughout the North American ice storm of 1998 , which left more than 4 million people without electricity, most of them in southern Quebec, western New Brunswick and Eastern Ontario, some of them for an entire month. The Canadian Forces were called in to assist with the relief efforts. Before the amalgamation of the Urban Community Region of the Outaouais, Aylmer had a population exceeding 40,000 with additional growth after 2002 stemming from development in several areas of the sector, including the expansion of the Plateau de la Capitale neighbourhood which started in the former city of Hull in the early 1990s. In recent years, efforts have been made to create the Boucher Forest protected area, in light of increasing suburban sprawl and housing development. The group that strives for protection of the Boucher Forest is the ''Fondation Forêt Boucher'', the Boucher Forest Foundation. The forest is a reservoir of biodiversity in the region; at-risk and endangered species such as ''Panax quinquefolium'' (american ginseng), and ''Juglans cinerea'' (butternut) exist in this threatened ecosystem. The forest is bound by Highway 148 to the south, Chemin Vanier to the east, the ''Jardins Lavigne'' neighbourhood to the west (one of Aylmer's newer suburban areas), and Chemin Pink to the north. Furthermore, an old mining quarry is directly adjacent to the forest's northwest corner. Transportation Roads and recreational pathways Aylmer is served by provincial Route 148 (Quebec Route 148), known as the boulevard des Allumettières within the city of Gatineau, which extends from the Ontario border near Pembroke (Pembroke, Ontario), to Montreal, about two hours away. Other main roads include the Chemin d'Aylmer rue Principale, Lucerne Blvd., Vanier, Eardley, Broad Klock, Wilfrid-Lavigne, Mountain Rd., Pink Rd. Aylmer is connected to Tunney's Pasture and Westboro in Ottawa by the Champlain Bridge (Champlain Bridge (Ottawa)), at the southeast corner. It has been proposed to build an extension from Autoroute 50 (Quebec Autoroute 50) in Gatineau that would come though Chelsea and central Aylmer to become a bridge between Deschênes and Brittania, but the plan is only tentative, mainly due to strong local opposition from the Brittania sector. Aylmer is home to an effective and generally well-maintained network of bicycle paths that encircle the central portion of the area and run past many scenic locations, such as the Aylmer Marina and the Deschênes Rapids. The bike path system is maintained by the National Capital Commission. Public transit Public transit is provided by the Société de transport de l'Outaouais (Société de Transport de l'Outaouais) or STO, which runs twelve bus lines through the region (although many only operate during rush hour). The STO has been criticized by Aylmer residents—particularly youth—for not providing enough service to the area, and for not providing enough inter-sector bus lines (the eastern terminus for most Aylmer lines is in the Rideau Centre in downtown Ottawa). The STO is planning a bus rapid transit system known as Rapibus that would connect the Hull and Gatineau sectors, with the possibility of an expansion to Aylmer. The railroad bedding still exists from Aylmer's now-defunct rail line, and pressure has been put on the STO to set up a light rail system in Gatineau that could connect to Ottawa's O-Train network via the Prince of Wales Bridge. If this were to happen, Aylmer could theoretically be served by light rail as well, but at present this appears highly unlikely. Politics Federal In terms of population, Aylmer makes up about one third of the riding (Electoral district (Canada)) of Hull—Aylmer, which has elected a Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) member of parliament in every federal election since its conception in 1984 — its predecessors, the ridings of Hull and Wright, in place from 1892 to 1984, also only ever elected Liberals. This, however, changed when the riding elected NDP MP Nycole Turmel to the House of Commons (Canadian House of Commons) in the 2011 federal election (Canadian federal election, 2011). Municipal In the 2005 Gatineau municipal election, Aylmer voters showed particularly strong support for current mayor Marc Bureau (Marc Bureau (politician)), over incumbent and former mayor of "old" Hull Yves Ducharme. Similar voting patterns appeared in the sectors of Buckingham (Buckingham, Quebec) and Masson-Angers, the other two "outlying" regions of Gatineau. This could be due to a perception among residents that the Ducharme administration was more focused on the urban core of the new city, as opposed to the periphery, as well as the rapid development of green-spaces (Green belt) into residential subdivisions (Subdivision (land)). However, six months after the November election, residents are showing the highest level of dissatisfaction with the Bureau administration out of all the sectors, citing Aylmer's being left out of municipal processes, poor quality of municipal services, and little to no action to halt suburban sprawl. Interestingly, Masson-Angers and Buckingham residents are presently showing the most support for the new government. Recently, the City of Gatineau administration had plans to reuse a former landfill site on Cook Road in the north end of the sector to build a new composting plant. A deal was planned with a non-profit organisation called La Ressourcerie to operate the site. However, local residents are strongly opposed with health and environmental concerns especially due to the past of the landfill site. Residents raise stink over Gatineau composting plant Despite displaying their fierce opposition, which included acts of intimidation and threats towards some councillors, at a Gatineau City Council Meeting, Mayor Marc Bureau (Marc Bureau (politician)) mentioned that he will still build the plant at the Cook site, and that according to him it was the best possible site. Duquette, Patrick, Gatineau fera son compostage dans l'ancien depotoir Cook, (Gatineau will do its compositing plant at former Cook landfill site), Le Droit, Ottawa, September 20, 2006, page 3. He later added that he will study other possibilities for the plant. Aylmer's three wards (Ward (politics)) are presently represented on the Gatineau city council by Stefan Psenak, André Laframboise and Alain Riel. Amalgamation and de-Amalgamation In 2002 the City of Aylmer became a part of Gatineau when the then-Parti Québécois government forcibly merged several clusters of cities and metropolitan areas (Census Metropolitan Area) throughout Québec. Residents of Aylmer were particularly against the amalgamation, citing fears of reduced municipal services, more suburban development, and a loss of cultural identity, as well as geographic differences (Hull and Gatineau arguably constitute a region of conurbation, whereas Aylmer was at the time separated by an expanse of sparsely inhabited green space). A movement was started to halt the "forced fusion" of five cities surrounding Gatineau. The movement had particularly strong support in Aylmer. Signs reading "''Je me souviendrai des fusions forcées''" (literally, "I will remember forced fusions," a word play


Chihuahua City

Railroad , and is also served by Ferromex, a private Mexican railroad. There is a large central depot for intercity buses in the south side of the city. For transportation within the Chihuahua metropolitan area, a network of buses exists but is of very poor quality; the city does not provide a map of routes or operating hours. The system of avenues and main streets in the city is being constantly revamped, with the construction of new roads and bridges to handle the ever-increasing traffic


Bandar Seri Begawan

- *'''December 31, 1996 Jerudong Park Amphitheatre - Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei''' This was never televised, but known to exist as a rare promo item as with Royal Concert. Along with the latter performance, it is one of the rarest known concert footages to exist. Private collectors have obtained the concert on VHS in high quality but have never released full concert footage, remaining controversial for their refusal to share the tape. In October 2008 a poor-quality VCD

copy (also additionally compressed and watermarked) was uploaded onto the internet by a fan in Brunei who obtained the concert from a stage crew. Video quality was fair and the sound was badly encoded with a rumbling distortion when bass was played. Unwatermarked files from the same VCD source had been uploaded, though the sound quality is still very poor. As of 2011 this concert is still only available in poor quality. A high quality, raw soundboard recording is rumored to exist


Zeila

in India, Cox was posted to British Somaliland, which was then administered from India, as Assistant Political Resident (British Resident) at Zeila. He transferred to Berbera in 1894. He was promoted to Captain (Captain (land)) in February 1895. In May 1895 he was given command of an expedition against the Red Hared clan, which had blocked trade routes and was raiding the coast. With only 52 Indian and Somali regulars and 1,500 poor quality, untrained local irregulars, he defeated


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