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Equatorial Guinea

Guinea There is little popular music coming out of Equatorial Guinea. Pan-African styles like soukous and makossa are popular, as are reggae and rock and roll. Acoustic guitar bands based on a Spanish model are the country's best-known indigenous popular tradition. Sports Equatorial Guinea was chosen to co-host the 2012 African Cup of Nations in partnership


of Volume 1 edition year 1973 location London url id isbn mr zbl jfm Despite the popular tradition that she is Duke of Normandy, Queen Elizabeth II (Elizabeth II) reigns in Jersey as Queen of the United Kingdom and her other Realms and Territories; the dukedom of Normandy was surrendered to France by the Treaty of Paris in 1259.

Dayton, Ohio

States DATE OF DEATH '''Tecumseh''' (in Shawnee (Shawnee language), ''Tekoomsē'', meaning "Shooting Star" or "Panther Across The Sky", also known as '''Tecumtha''' or '''Tekamthi''') was born about March 1768. His birthplace, according to popular tradition, was Old Chillicothe (Chalahgawtha#Old Chillicothe)


with the country applied, particularly in the capital Tashkent. After the explosions in 1999, all restrictions of Soviet era were imposed, making it virtually impossible to acquire propiska in Tashkent. Sometime after his death, Saint Jude's body was brought from Beirut to Rome and placed in a crypt in St. Peter's Basilica which is visited by many devotees. According to popular tradition, the remains of St. Jude were preserved in an Armenian monastery on an island in the northern part of Issyk

Kingdom of Hungary

... brevis commentarius, 1613 thumb 200px The Crown, Sword, Sceptre and Globus cruciger (File:Crown, Sword and Globus Cruciger of Hungary2.jpg) of Hungary, in the Hungarian Parliament Building As is the case with all European Christian crowns, it symbolizes a halo and thus signifies that the wearer rules by Divine Right (Divine right of kings). According to popular tradition, St Stephen I (Stephen I of Hungary) held up the crown during the coronation (in the year

Dominican Republic

to be viewed as lowbrow or inferior. Promoters like Lord Silvers and Mighty Dragon, however, kept the popular tradition alive through shows at the Globe Theatre, featuring pioneers Mighty Romeo, Sir Don Marshall, Lord Radio and the Bimshire Boys and Mike Wilkinson. These performers set the stage for the development of popular Barbadian calypso in the 1960s. thumb Map of Dominica (Image:Map of Dominica.gif) :''This list is of national


and the British since the start of the war. North Africa has contributed much to popular music, especially Egyptian (Music of Egypt) classical and el Gil, Algerian raï and Moroccan (Morocco) chaabi. The broad region is sometimes called the Maghreb (excluding Egypt), and the term '''Maghrebian music''' is in use. For a variety of reasons, Tunisia and Libya do not have as extensive a popular tradition as their neighbors on both sides. Folk music, however, abounds, despite frequent condemnation and suppression from governments, and exists in multiple forms across the region—the Berbers (Berber people), Sephardic Jews, Tuareg (Tuareg people)s and Nubians, for example, retain musical traditions with ancient roots. When World War II broke out in 1939, the authorities evacuated the civilian population to Morocco, the United Kingdom, Jamaica, and Madeira so that the military could fortify Gibraltar against a possible German attack. By 1942 there were over 30,000 British soldiers, sailors, and airmen on the Rock. They expanded the tunnel system and made the Rock a keystone in the defence of shipping routes to the Mediterranean. Meanwhile, the Portuguese kingdom had a succession crisis. King D. Sebastian (Sebastian I of Portugal) went missing in battle in Morocco in 1578. He was a childless bachelor and the crown passed to his elderly great-uncle, Cardinal Henry I (Henry I of Portugal), who of course was also childless. On Henry I's death in 1580, there were several claimants to the throne, all in some way weak. The Duchess of Braganza had a claim, through her father, but was denied, mostly due to her gender. Her husband had a claim descending from the third Duke. Other claimants included Ranuccio I Farnese, Duke of Parma and King Don Philip II of Spain. Philip was the most powerful contender, and became King D. Philip I of Portugal, establishing a union of crowns (Iberian Union). Portugal was thereafter ruled by Habsburg governors appointed by Philip and his successors. The date of its design inception was a time where the US Navy was faced with procuring the nascent jet engine, while still having to rely upon the simple yet well proven reciprocating engine. Jets at this time were unreliable and used large quantities of fuel; however, once they were developed, they produced performance that no piston engine could ever provide. A compromise was made to include in the Savage two Pratt & Whitney R-2800 piston engines, with a large turbocharger fitted inside each engine nacelle. This combination made it possible for the R-2800 engines to produce rated power (2,500 hp 1,864 kW) up to 42,000 ft (12,802 m) altitude. An Allison J33 turbojet was fitted in the rear fuselage. Interestingly, both engine types used the same fuel. The piston-turbojet arrangement was intended to give added power on take-off and extra dash speed while in combat. At high altitude, this "boxy" looking (but aerodynamically very clean) airplane was remarkably fast, reaching more than 460 mph (740 km h), when the jets of that era were not very much faster. thumb right AJ-2 Savage of VC-7 from NAS Port Lyautey (Image:N.A. AJ-2 Savage 134039 VC-7 Blackbushe 07.09.55.jpg), Morocco, at Blackbushe Airport, in September 1955. The '''flag of Morocco''' (Berber (Berber language): '''Acenyal n Umerruk''', WikiPedia:Morocco Dmoz:Regional Africa Morocco Commons:Category:Morocco


Francisco Bay is a famous San Francisco fog. There are currently forecast offices in Vancouver, British Columbia; Edmonton, Alberta; Winnipeg, Manitoba; Toronto, Ontario; Montreal, Quebec; Dartmouth, Nova Scotia; and Gander, Newfoundland and Labrador. Both fireworks and firecrackers are a popular tradition during Halloween in Nova Scotia and Vancouver, although apparently this is not the custom elsewhere in Canada. The two known firework


;blue-white"), officially recognized by Greece as one of its national symbols, is based on nine equal horizontal stripes of blue alternating with white. There is a blue canton in the upper hoist-side corner bearing a white cross; the cross symbolizes Eastern Orthodox Christianity, the established religion of the Greek people of Greece and Cyprus. According to popular tradition, the nine stripes represent the nine syllables of the phrase " Eleftheria i thanatos Ελευθερία ή

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