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to Hwanghae region rituals: ; born December 17, 1968 in Seoul) is a South Korean voice actor. He joined the Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation's voice acting division in 1996. Other productions The musical opened in Seoul on 10 August 2010 in previews, officially on 14 August, at the LG Arts Center, becoming the first non-English speaking Billy Elliot's production, starring Billys Jin-Ho


Hollywood

Story of a Spy '' (Starring Sunny Deol, Preity Zinta and Priyanka Chopra), Hitting Pakistan is Bollywood's formula ''as accessed on 04.04.2007 ''Aankhen'' (1968, Ramanand Sagar Production, Starring Dharmendra, Mala Sinha), Ankhen (1968) ''Such a Long Journey'' (1998, UK Canada Co-production, Directed

and Paulette Goddard. It did not take long for him to put down his paintbrush and pick up a camera. He photographed numerous stars in Hollywood’s Golden Age and some of the hopefuls, before they became known posed for him with few if any clothes. The novel was made into two films, ''Jacob, the Liar (Jacob, the Liar (1974 film))'' (1975) by Frank Beyer, which was nominated for ''Best foreign language film'' at the Academy Awards, and ''Jakob the Liar'' (1999), a Hollywood production

starring Robin Williams. Overview STAR Movies has first-run contracts for movies distributed by 20th Century Fox, Disney (Walt Disney Motion Pictures Group), Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM), and Studio Canal and sub-run contracts for movies from Columbia Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures, and Warner Bros. for countries where STAR Movies is available. It also features movies from other movie distributors including: Lions Gate Entertainment, Summit


Dominican Republic

, he performed at the Insurgentes Theatre in Mexico City in a production starring Cantinflas; at the Sans Souci in Havana (Havana, Cuba); on television in the Dominican Republic, and at the Condado Beach Hotel in San Juan (San Juan, Puerto Rico). Also during this period, he spent five months in Haiti observing Vodou (Haitian Vodou) dances. *Denmark: Conservative People's Party (Conservative People's Party (Denmark)) *Dominican Republic: National Progressive Force *Estonia: Union of Pro Patria and Res Publica Caribbean fufu In the Caribbean and the nations with populations of West African origin, such as Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Puerto Rico, plantains or yams are mashed and then other ingredients are added. In the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico, the dish is described as mangú (Mangú (dish)) and mofongo, respectively. The difference between West African fufu and Caribbean "fufu" is noted in both the texture and the flavorings, Caribbean fufu and mofongo being less of a dough-like and more of a firm consistency. Another difference can be seen in mofongo, unlike Caribbean fufu and West African fufu the Puerto Rican mofongo is fried then mashed with broth, olive oil, and stuffed with meat (traditional ''chicharrón''), vegetables, or seafood. Pasek relinquished her crown to Dominican Republic's Amelia Vega in the 2003 competition, held in Panama. Miss Database Having worked as a model since 1996, Pasek has since modeled for Christian Dior, among other fashion campaigns. The '''Organization of Solidarity with the People of Asia, Africa and Latin America''' ''(Organización de Solidaridad con los Pueblos de Asia, África y América Latina)'', abbreviated as '''OSPAAAL''', is a Cuban political movement with the stated purpose of fighting globalisation, imperialism, neoliberalism and defending human rights. It publishes the magazine ''Tricontinental''. The OSPAAAL was founded in Havana in January 1966, after the Tricontinental Conference, a meeting of leftist (Left-wing politics) delegates from Guinea, the Congo (Republic of Congo), South Africa, Angola, Vietnam, Syria, North Korea, the Palestine Liberation Organization, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Chile and the Dominican Republic. Mehdi Ben Barka, the Moroccan leader of the Tricontinental Conference, was murdered the year before, allegedly with complicity of the CIA. In the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico it always refers to skirt steak, cooked on a barbecue grill. The ''chimichurri'' sauce is optional, since the meat is very savory with just a slight hint of sea salt that is sprinkled over the meat during cooking. In Puerto Rico it is also customary to replace chimichurri sauce with ''Pique criollo'' or ''Ajilimójili'' sauce. Latin America & the Caribbean *'''Arroz con leche''' (Argentina, Brazil ('''Arroz-doce'''), Chilean, Costa Rican, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Uruguayan, Venezuela) all countries use the Spanish and Portuguese recipes that were brought over. Extra flavoring used in all countries depending on the cook's preference are anise seed, star anise, and raisins *'''Rice pudding''' (Jamaican) with milk, egg yolk, allspice, sugar, raisins (soaked in rum), vanilla, butter, sometimes crushed meringue, toasted coconut flakes, cornstarch, and crushed pineapple can be added. When the new revolutionary government (Cuban Revolution) led by Fidel Castro came to power in 1959, the economic and political situation changed. Many Chinese grocery store owners, having had their properties expropriated by the new government, left Cuba. Most of these settled in the United States, particularly nearby Florida, where they and their U.S.-born children are called Chinese-Americans or Cuban-Americans of Chinese descent, while a relatively few to nearby Dominican Republic and other Latin American countries, and also to U.S.-ruled territory of Puerto Rico, where they are called Chinese Puerto Ricans, Cuban-Puerto Ricans of Chinese descent, or Cuban-Americans of Chinese descent. Chinese refugees to United States include people whose ancestors came to Cuba 10 years before the Cuban Revolution and those from the United States. These Chinese American refugees, whose ancestors had come from California, were happy to be back in the United States. As a result of this exodus, the number of pure Chinese dropped sharply in Havana’s ''Barrio Chino''. The places they migrated to had a unique Chinese culture and a popularity of Chinese Cuban restaurants. '''''In the Time of the Butterflies''''' is a 2001 feature film, produced for the Showtime (Showtime (TV network)) television network, directed by Mariano Barroso based on the Julia Álvarez book of the same name (In the Time of the Butterflies (novel)). The story is a fictionalized account of the lives of the Mirabal sisters, Dominican (Dominican Republic) revolutionary activists, who opposed the dictatorship of Rafael Trujillo and were assassinated on November 25, 1960. In the film, Salma Hayek plays one of the sisters, ''Minerva'', and Edward James Olmos plays the Dominican (Dominican Republic) dictator Rafael Leónidas Trujillo whom the sisters opposed. Marc Anthony has a minor role WikiPedia:Dominican Republic Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Dominican Republic commons:República Dominicana


Haiti

Theatre in Mexico City in a production starring Cantinflas; at the Sans Souci in Havana (Havana, Cuba); on television in the Dominican Republic, and at the Condado Beach Hotel in San Juan (San Juan, Puerto Rico). Also during this period, he spent five months in Haiti observing Vodou (Haitian Vodou) dances. Returning from the Gulf, the Regiment was relocated from Germany to Fort Lewis, Washington (Washington (U.S. state)). The Regiment's ground squadrons were converted into a light cavalry unit consisting of Humvees mounted with TOW launchers, MK-19 grenade launchers, .50 caliber machine guns and squad automatic weapons (SAW). The 2nd ACR "light" was then sent to Ft Polk, LA in 1992. From here, the Regiment deployed in support of the peace enforcement operation in Haiti from 1995 to 1996. The 3rd Squadron ("Wolfpack") was the first ground unit to deploy and operated under the 25th Infantry Division in Port au Prince, Haiti. After six months in Haiti, 1st Squadron arrived to replace 3rd Squadron. 2nd Squadron replaced 3rd Squadron in October 1995 and redeployed in March 1996 completing the cycle. thumb 200px Untitled Frankétienne painting, oil on canvas (Image:Franketienne Painting.jpg) '''Frankétienne''' (born '''Franck Étienne''' on April 12, 1936 in Ravine-Sèche (Ravine-Sèche, Haiti), Haiti) is an author, poet, playwright, musician and painter. He has written in both French (French language) and Haitian creole. As a painter, he is known for his colorful abstract (Abstract art) works, often emphasizing the colors blue and red. He was a candidate for the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2009. In 1991, he opposed the Gulf War, publishing a book called ''Open letter to those who preach war, but let it be waged by others''. He also condemned the embargo on Iraq. By the end of 1991 the French Bishops' Conference had censured Gaillot three times, most recently for his intervention in Haiti, rousing support for Jean-Bertrand Aristide. The ''Mount Whitney'' deployed in 1994 to Haiti with LTG (Lieutenant general (United States)) Hugh Shelton, the commander of the XVIII Airborne Corps (XVIII Airborne Corps (United States)), in command of the Joint Task Force that conducted Operation Uphold Democracy. Since 1990 the regiment has deployed troops on UN missions in both Haiti and Bosnia (Bosnia and Herzegovina), as well as providing personnel during the Oka crisis and the ice storm of 1998 (North American ice storm of 1998). The unit has also continued to participate in the Noble Lion exercises as part of Land Force Quebec Area. On April 1, 1997, The Royal Canadian Hussars (Montreal) became the establishment armoured regiment (tank) for the newly formed 34 Canadian Brigade Group. '''French America''' ( WikiPedia:Haiti Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Haiti Commons:Category:Haiti


Florence

'' was finally revived again in a production starring Renata Tebaldi in Florence. That production was repeated two years later in Rome. In 1969 La Scala revived it for the Rossini centennial with the young Beverly Sills, in her La Scala debut, as Pamira, Marilyn Horne as Neocle, and Thomas Schippers conducting. The opera used a performing edition by noted musicologist and ''bel canto'' expert Randolph Mickelson that interpolated arias from the original Neapolitan


Mexico City

the Dunham School in 1953. Forming a small company, "El Ballet Negro de Walter Nicks," in Mexico, he performed at the Insurgentes Theatre in Mexico City in a production starring Cantinflas; at the Sans Souci in Havana (Havana, Cuba); on television in the Dominican Republic, and at the Condado Beach Hotel in San Juan (San Juan, Puerto Rico). Also during this period, he spent five months in Haiti observing Vodou (Haitian Vodou) dances. thumb right 200px Mexico City, 1968: Gammoudi on his way to victory in the 5000 m. (Image:Gammoudi victory.JPG) Gammoudi successfully defended his 5000 m and 10 000 m titles at the Mediterranean Games in Tunis in the 1967 (1967 Mediterranean Games), and was one of the favourites at the Mexico (Mexico City) Olympics. In the 10 000 m final in Mexico, Gammoudi was in the leading group throughout the race. The group had been reduced to three by the bell lap. Gammoudi, Naftali Temu from Kenya, and Mamo Wolde from Ethiopia sprinted the last lap, outrunning Gammoudi, leaving him with the bronze medal. Two days later, Gammoudi qualified for the 5000 m final. In the final, three runners were in contention at the bell lap, with Gammoudi leading Temu and another Kenyan, Kip Keino. The last lap was fast pace, and although the two Kenyans gave charge, Gammoudi held on to the lead, winning the gold medal. Yifter was called to the Ethiopian national team for the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, but he made his Olympic debut four years later in Munich Olympics (1972 Summer Olympics) where he won a bronze medal in 10,000 metres. However, he arrived too late for the 5000 metres final. 1968 Olympics At the Mexico (Mexico City) Olympics, in the 10 000 m final, only Mamo Wolde from Ethiopia managed to keep Temu's pace. Wolde went to lead at the bell, but Temu passed him with only 50 m remaining to win the gold. Four days later, he contested the 5000 m final, where he won the bronze medal, only narrowly beaten by Mohammed Gammoudi from Tunisia and fellow countryman Kip Keino. Later, he also contested the Olympic marathon (Marathon (sport)), where he had again a great battle with Wolde, but the latter broke free just after the 30 km mark, and exhausted Temu managed to finish only in nineteenth place. '''Club Deportivo, Social, y Cultural Cruz Azul''', known simply as '''Cruz Azul''', is a Mexican professional Association football club based in Mexico City, Mexico; after which initially was based in Ciudad Cooperativa Cruz Azul (:es:Ciudad Cooperativa Cruz Azul) in the Mexican state of Hidalgo (Hidalgo (state)). Cruz Azul plays in the Primera División de México and its home venue is the Estadio Azul, located in the southwestern part of Mexico City in the Colonia Ciudad de los Deportes, next to the Napoles neighborhood. The team moved there in 1996, after playing for many seasons at the Estadio Azteca. Its headquarters are in La Noria (:es:La Noria (estación)), colony located in south of Mexico City in Xochimilco. The team currently plays in Estadio Azul. The stadium is located in Mexico DF (Mexico City). The Federal District (Mexico City) owns Estadio Azul. Currently, Cruz Azul training facilities are located at Xochimilco. The team currently plays in Estadio Azul. The stadium is located in Mexico DF (Mexico City). The Federal District (Mexico City) owns Estadio Azul. Currently, Cruz Azul training facilities are located at Xochimilco. birth_date 5 September 1951 birth_place Mexico City, Mexico death_date '''Juan Ramón de la Fuente Ramírez''' (born 5 September 1951 in Mexico City) is a Mexican (Mexico) psychiatrist (Psychiatry), academician and politician who served as Secretary of Health (Secretary of Health (Mexico)) in the cabinet of President Ernesto Zedillo (1994–1999) and as rector of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) from 1999 to 2007. Dmoz:Regional North America Mexico States Federal District Commons:Category:Mexico City Wikipedia:Mexico City


Liverpool

west southwest of Manchester, along the River Mersey on the eastern side of the Wirral Peninsula. Nearby towns include Birkenhead and Wallasey to the north northwest and Heswall to the west southwest. The Lowland Clearances (1760–1830), especially, resulted in a massive movement of poor Scots from the Lowlands to the growing industrial centres of Glasgow and northern England – to Newcastle (Newcastle upon Tyne), Liverpool and eventually to London and other large cities and ports. Families were tempted by the offer of employment in the fast growing industries which had burgeoned with the coming of the Industrial Revolution and the promise of a higher standard of living. - 9 Liverpool 445,200 Metropolitan borough, City (1880) Merseyside - 1978 – 1983 The Beat were formed in Birmingham, England, in 1978 in the United Kingdom 1978, during a period


France

Lady Would-Be. In 2003, the play was rewritten for television by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt for a production starring Gérard Depardieu as Volpone and Daniel Prévost as Mosca. The ending is changed to see Volpone and Mosca escaping together with Corbaccio's wife. Mayr-Melnhof packaging is a multi-national company with plants in home country Austria, Chile, Germany, France, Great Britain, Iran, Jordan, Poland, Romania, Russia, Spain, Turkey

(playwright) Pierre Berton and Charles Simon, but probably best known in the English-speaking world in the 1898 adaptation by David Belasco. The title character is a prostitute who becomes a music hall entertainer and the mistress of a married man. According to the IMDb, it was produced on stage and in film six times between 1913 and 1956. The IMDB's best-documented instance is the 1939 production starring Claudette Colbert as Zaza, Herbert Marshall as the man whose mistress


India

2502 Hitting Pakistan is Bollywood's formula ''as accessed on 04.04.2007 ''Aankhen'' (1968, Ramanand Sagar Production, Starring Dharmendra, Mala Sinha), Ankhen (1968) ''Such a Long Journey'' (1998, UK Canada Co-production, Directed by Sturla Gunnarsson, starring Naseeruddin Shah),


Canada

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