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Zhenjiang

Asian black Chinese black vinegar (Rice vinegar) is an aged product made from rice, wheat, millet, sorghum, or a combination thereof. It has an inky black color and a complex, malty flavor. There is no fixed recipe, so some Chinese black vinegars may contain added sugar, spices, or caramel color. The most popular variety, Zhenjiang vinegar (鎮江香醋), originated in the city of Zhenjiang, in the eastern coastal province of Jiangsu, China


Semarang

, especially rich looking travelers. ''Wedang'' or ''wedhang'' means hot, soothing drink. You can get them in Simpang Lima, hotels or restaurants in Semarang. One of the most popular variety is STMJ (Susu Telor Madu Jahe, a concoction of milk, egg, honey, and ginger drink). * '''Es Kelapa Muda Kartika''', Jl MT. Haryono 83 (near Bubakan). The most delicious young coconut drinks. Daytime only, just get there early because late afternoon they're most likely sold out already. * '''On-On Pub''', Jl


Northern England

''' is a popular variety of pie eaten in Yorkshire, Lancashire, and Cumbria in Northern England. Of note, this dish is popular in towns such as Barrow-in-Furness, ONE OF THE BEST AREAS FOR FRESH FOOD IN UK Goodson, Susan 18 07 08; Accessed 06 01 08 Blackburn and, notably, Wigan (whose residents are known as the ''pie-eaters


Burkina Faso

yields. This breed was selected for trials in Zimbabwe. From there it was taken to Namibia, where it was released in 1990 and enthusiastically adopted by farmers. Okashana 1 grew to become the most popular variety in Namibia, the only non-Sahelian country where pearl millet - locally known as ''mahangu'' - is the dominant food staple for consumers. 'Okashana 1' was then introduced to Chad. The breed has significantly enhanced yields in Mauritania and Benin.


Tianjin

is an aged product made from rice, wheat, millet, sorghum, or a combination thereof. It has an inky black color and a complex, malty flavor. There is no fixed recipe, so some Chinese black vinegars may contain added sugar, spices, or caramel color. The most popular variety, Zhenjiang vinegar (鎮江香醋), originated in the city of Zhenjiang, in the eastern coastal province of Jiangsu, China


Uzbekistan

farming in Uzbekistan, so breads and noodles are of importance and Uzbek cuisine has been characterized as ''noodle rich''. Mutton is a popular variety of meat due to the abundance of sheep in the country and it is part of various Uzbek dishes. Uzbekistan's signature dish is Palov (''Plov'' or '' Osh''), a main course typically made with rice, pieces of meat, and grated carrots and onions. ''Oshi Nahor'', or morning ''Plov'', is served in the early morning (between 6 am


Lebanon

. Even though there was some controversy surrounding ''Shu Jani'', it fared well with the public. On the same day, Karam's 15th studio album, ''Kibir'el Hob (Love Just Got Greater)'' was officially released. The album gained widespread attention through its rigorous advertising campaign, which included the billboard posters, many television appearances on popular variety programs such as ''Dandana'', and ''Akeed Maestro'' , and music video clips for singles. ''Kibir'el Hob'' topped the highest selling album chart in Lebanon for Rotana (Rotana Records) during the Christmas sales period, and remained in the number one position through the New Year. In mid April 2006, Karam released a third and last single from the ''Kibir'el Hob'' album, accompanied by a video clip, and proved to be among the most popular Arabic songs of the year 2006. From the First week of the release of Hayda Haki it was the best selling album in Lebanon in UAE and Kwait Number one best selling Album. The Album had huge succees from the first week of release in Lebanon, the Gulf (Persian Gulf), Libya, Syria, Jordan and other Arabic countries. From the 1960s on, many of the most daring experiments in French literature have come from writers born in French overseas departments or former colonies. This Francophone literature includes the prize winning novels of Tahar ben Jelloun (Morocco), Patrick Chamoiseau (Martinique), Amin Maalouf (Lebanon) and Assia Djebar (Algeria). Many of the most lauded works in French over the last decades have been written by individuals from former French colonies or overseas possessions. This Francophone literature includes the novels of Ahmadou Kourouma (Côte d'Ivoire), Tahar ben Jelloun (Morocco), Patrick Chamoiseau (Martinique), Amin Maalouf (Lebanon) and Assia Djebar (Algeria). ''Hemiechinus auritus'' has a range that extends from the eastern Mediterranean region, through the arid and steppe areas of Asia to western Pakistan in the south; and from eastern Ukraine through Mongolia (Gobi desert), to China (Xinjiang). This species is native to the following countries: Afghanistan; China; Cyprus; Egypt; Iran; Iraq; Israel; Kyrgyzstan; Lebanon; Libya; Mongolia; Pakistan; Russia; Syria; Tajikistan; Turkey; Turkmenistan; Ukraine and Uzbekistan. '''''Juniperus excelsa''''' ('''Greek Juniper''') is a juniper found throughout the eastern Mediterranean (Mediterranean Sea), from northeastern Greece and southern Bulgaria across Turkey to Syria and the Lebanon, and the Caucasus mountains. A subspecies, ''J. excelsa'' subsp. ''polycarpos'', known as the '''Persian Juniper''', occurs in the Alborz and other mountains of Iran east to northwestern Pakistan, and an isolated population in the Jebal Akhdar (Jebel Akhdar (Oman)) mountains of Oman; some botanists treat this as a distinct species ''Juniperus polycarpos'', syn. (synonymy) ''J. macropoda''. - Lebanon 1 Beirut Fakhry Bey Street, Beirut Souks - - align "left" Lebanon Virgin Megastores style "text-align:center;" 16 - align "left" Lebanon Virgin Megastores style "text-align:center;" 5 - align "left" Lebanon Virgin Megastores style "text-align:center;" 7 - align "left" Lebanon Virgin Megastores style "text-align:center;" 1 Life Chedid was born in Cairo on 20 March 1920. When she was ten, she was sent to a boarding school, where she learned English (English language) and French (France). At fourteen, she left for Europe. She then returned to Cairo to go to the American (United States) university. Her dream was to become a dancer. She got married to a physician when she was twenty-two, with whom she has two children: Louis Chedid, now a famous French singer, and Michèle. Her work questions human condition and what links the individual to the world. Her writing seeks to evoke the Orient, but she focuses more in denouncing the civil war that destroys Lebanon. She has lived in France since 1946. Because of this diverse background, her work is truly multicultural. Her first book was written in English: ''On the Trails of my Fancy.'' She has commented about her work that it is an eternal quest for humanity. - align "left" Lebanon Virgin Megastores style "text-align:center;" 1 - align "left" Lebanon Virgin Megastores style "text-align:center;" 2 - align "left" Lebanon Virgin Megastores style "text-align:center;" 1 - align "left" Lebanon Virgin Megastores style "text-align:center;" 1 - align "left" Lebanon Virgin Megastores style "text-align:center;" 5 - align "left" Lebanon Virgin Megastores style "text-align:center;" 1 Military career He became writing-master to the Ottoman heir, Abd-ul-Medjid (Abdülmecid I), and on the succession of the latter in 1839 was made a colonel. He was military governor of Lebanon in 1842, won distinction in suppressing aristocratic rebellions led by Muslims in Albania (1843), Kurdistan (1846), de Bessé, Morris, p. 25 and Bosnia (1850) where he executed Ali-paša Rizvanbegović of Stolac, de Bessé, Morris, p. 26 but his chief services were rendered in the Russian War; he successfully defended Kalafat in 1853, entered Bucharest in 1854, and defeated 40,000 Russians next year at Eupatoria in the Crimea. His capture of Cetinje, Montenegro, in 1862 was a difficult feat. When Tabriz was taken, there was not a single book on Twelver Shiaism among the Kizilbash leaders; the book of the well known Allama Al-Hilli was procured in the town library to provide religious guidance to the state. Moojan Momen, "An Introduction to Shi'i Islam", Yale Univ. Press, 1985, ''ISBN-0-300-03499-7'', p. 397 The Shia ulema did not participate in the formation of Safavid religious policies during the early formation of the state. However, later, the ''ghulat'' doctrines were forsaken, and Arab Twelver Shia ulema resident in Lebanon, Iraq, and Bahrain were brought in increasing numbers. Initially the Shia ulema did not voice dissent about the religious stance of the monarch, but during the following century they were able to impose a stricter version of Shia Islam on both the population and the state. "if an election of a presidential candidate, would cause the islamic principles, although it's rising in the countries like Lebanon, Palestine, Venezuela and other parts of world, start diminishing it is Haraam forbidden by Islam to vote for that person. We shouldn't vote for that person and we should inform the people not to vote for him either, or else. For you, as administrators of the election, everything is permitted to this end." Nazi


Vancouver

at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada with many other artists. He was a co-host of the popular variety show, ''Beautiful Cooking'' with Ronald Cheng and Alex Fong. Released September 12, 1990 Recorded February–April 1990 Vancouver Studios, Vancouver, Canada Genre Thrash metal, progressive metal * Len Rooney–Cover Design * Recorded February–April, 1990 at Vancouver Studios, Vancouver, Canada * Mixed in April, 1990


Argentina

way"), or even pure. This popular variety of fernet is not the same as the fernet sold by the Czech distillery R. Jelínek which features a more cinnamon flavor. '''Punta De Vacas''', meaning "cows point", is a hamlet (Hamlet (place)) in Mendoza Province, Argentina between Mendoza (Mendoza, Argentina) and Puente del Inca, not far from the border with Chile. The city was once served by the now disused Transandine Railway which ran from Mendoza in Argentina


Switzerland

, but sometimes with almond filling. In the United States, sweet fillings or toppings are common, and warm croissants may be filled with ham and cheese or feta cheese and spinach. In the Levant, croissants are sold plain or filled with chocolate, cheese, almonds, or zaatar. In Germany, croissants are sometimes filled with Nutella or persipan; in Southern Germany there also is a popular variety of a croissant glazed with lye ("Laugencroissant"). In the German speaking part of Switzerland, the croissant is typically called a ''Gipfeli'', which typically has a crisper crust and is less buttery than the French style croissant. In some Latin American countries, croissants are commonly served alongside coffee as a breakfast or merienda. These croissant are referred to as ''medialunas'' ('half moons') and are typically coated with a sweet glaze ("de manteca", made with butter). Another variant is a ''medialuna de grasa'' ("of lard"), which is not sweet. In Japan, croissants covered with a sweet glaze or filled with chocolate are common in bakeries and convenience stores. Early life Eduardo Frei Montalva was born in Santiago (Santiago de Chile) on January 16, 1911, the son of Eduard Frei Schlinz, a Swiss (Switzerland)-born ethnic German (Germany) from Austria, and Victoria Montalva Martínez. In 1914, his family moved to Lontué (:es:Lontué), where his father had been hired as an accountant at a winery. In addition, his other two siblings, Arturo and Irene, were born. He attended the Escuela Pública de Lontué (Public School of Lontué). In the period between 1977 and 1982, he was invited to participate in the Brandt Commission, led by Willy Brandt. As a member, he attended meetings held in Germany, Switzerland, Mali, United States, Malaysia, France, Austria, Belgium, and Great Britain. As a Brandt Commission delegate he engaged with important executives from IDB, OAS, and ECLAC. Late in 1978, The Raincoats became an all female (all-women band) post-punk band, when joined by Palmolive (Palmolive (musician)) of The Slits (drums), Vicky Aspinall (violin) and manager Shirley O'Loughlin. The band went on their first UK tour with Swiss (Switzerland) female band Kleenex (Kleenex (band)), in May 1979 after Rough Trade Records released their first single (single (music)), "Fairytale in the Supermarket" "In Love" "Adventures Close to Home". Appointed secretary of the legation to the Holy See by Napoleon, he accompanied Cardinal Fesch to Rome. But the two men soon quarrelled and Chateaubriand was nominated as minister to Valais (in Switzerland). He resigned his post in disgust after Napoleon ordered the execution in 1804 of Louis XVI's cousin, Louis-Antoine-Henri de Bourbon-Condé, duc d'Enghien. Chateaubriand was, after his resignation, completely dependent on his literary efforts. However, and quite unexpectedly, he received a large sum of money from the Russian Tsarina. She had seen him as a defender of Christianity and thus worthy of her royal support. In 2011, he relived his music career with a short tour across Germany, Austria and Switzerland. commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


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