means of crossing the river Vltava (Moldau) until 1841, the Charles Bridge was the most important connection between Prague Castle and the city's Old Town (Old Town, Prague) and adjacent areas. This "solid-land" connection made Prague important as a trade route between Eastern and Western Europe. The bridge was originally called the Stone Bridge (''Kamenný most'') or the Prague Bridge (''Pražský most'') but has been the "Charles Bridge" since 1870. Veneration
-filled emails (some of which contained death threats). Pastis calls it the single biggest controversy he has ever experienced in the history of ''Pearls''. Ivan Rebroff described himself as international, the "connection between East and West". He became a citizen of Greece and lived on the Greek island of Skopelos in the Sporades. File:Wenceslas Hollar - The basilisk and the weasel.jpg thumb 17th century
the story of the norteño (Norteño (music)) or conjunto music which is played on both sides of the Mexico-Texas border. It was directed by Les Blank. A CD soundtrack of the music played in the film is also available, under the same title. After smuggling cocaine from Mexico to Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California), Wyatt and Billy sell their contraband to "Connection," a man (played by Phil Spector) in a Rolls-Royce (Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow) and score a large sum of money. With the money from the sale stuffed into a plastic tube hidden inside the Stars & Stripes-adorned fuel tank of Wyatt's California-style chopper (chopper (motorcycle)), they ride eastward in an attempt to reach New Orleans, Louisiana, in time for Mardi Gras (New Orleans Mardi Gras). Central America and Caribbean Mangroves occur on the west coast of Costa Rica, on the Pacific and Caribbean coasts of Nicaragua, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, and Panama, and on many Caribbean Islands, such as Curaçao, Bonaire, Antigua, Anguilla, the Bahamas, Saint Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia and the Virgin Islands. Significant mangals include the Marismas Nacionales-San Blas mangroves in Mexico. Mangroves can also be found in Puerto Rico, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, Trinidad, Barbados, and the Pacific coast of El Salvador. The natural distribution range of the genus ''Yucca'' (49 species and 24 subspecies) covers a vast area of North (North America) and Central America. From Baja California in the west, northwards into the southwestern United States, through the drier central states as far north as Alberta in Canada (''Yucca glauca'' ssp. ''albertana'' (Yucca glauca)), and moving east along the Gulf of Mexico, and then north again, through the Atlantic (Atlantic Ocean) coastal and inland neighbouring states. To the south, the genus is represented throughout Mexico and extends into Guatemala (''Yucca guatemalensis''). Yuccas have adapted to an equally vast range of climatic and ecological conditions. They are to be found in rocky deserts and badlands, in prairies and grassland, in mountainous regions, in light woodland, in coastal sands (''Yucca filamentosa''), and even in subtropical (Subtropics) and semi-temperate zones, although these are generally arid to semi-arid (Semi-arid climate).
the defeat of Smuts' United Party by the Reunited National Party in the 26 May 1948 General Election, 12 days after David Ben Gurion declared Jewish Statehood and giving the newly formed nation the name Israel. Beit-Hallahmi, Benjamin. ''The Israeli Connection: Whom Israel Arms and Why'', 1988. Page 109-111. However, Smuts was deputy prime minister when the Hertzog government in 1937 passed the Aliens Act (Aliens Act 1937) that was aimed
. Richardson devotes much of this book to considering the "Jave La Grande" connection to Australia and in particular the information that toponymy (the study of placenames) can provide in identification. His conclusion is that "Jave La Grande" is unmistakably connected to the coast of south-west Java and the southern coast of Vietnam. Richardson, W.A.R.(2006) p.93 In 2007 he also criticized Trickett's book. Richardson, W.A.R. ''Yet
invested with charm and impressiveness. In 1836 he became one of the editors of the ''Congregational Magazine'', to which he contributed articles on biblical literature and theology and on the "voluntary" controversy. In 1840 he delivered the Congregational Lecture in London on the "Connection and Harmony of the Old and New Testaments." In 1874 he delivered his Cunningham Lectures, afterwards published as ''The Humiliation of Christ'', and in the following year
Tennessee High School . It was opened in 1981. Also the major site of controversy when White Zombie came to perform in the early 90's and local churches came to protest Rob Zombie's purported "connection to Satan" The '''Dallas Convention Center Arena''' is a 7,428-seat multi-purpose arena in Dallas, Texas, USA (United States). It was opened in 1957. It hosted