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Kotka

;ref George Shiers and May Shiers, ''Early Television: A Bibliographic Guide to 1940'', Taylor & Francis, 1997, p. 13, 22. ISBN 9780824077822. *1884: Alexander Mozhaysky of Kotka, Grand Duchy of Finland, Russian Empire makes the second known "powered, assisted take off of a heavier-than-air craft carrying an operator". His steam-powered (Steam engine) monoplane took off at Krasnoye Selo, near Saint Petersburg, making a hop and "covering between


Sonora

location Sonora Mexico language Spanish trans_title Upper Gulf and Delta accessdate February 15, 2011 The Bahía e islas de San Jorge ("Bay and Islands of San Jorge"), covering , are located on Sonora’s northern coast between Caborca and Puerto Peñasco. The islands were first made a federal reserve in 1978 due to its important to migratory birds. They are especially important to species such as the Sterna antillarum, colonies of Sula


Hangzhou

based in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, in the People's Republic of China, filed a Chinese trademark application for a hand-written logo of "2000" covering products including garment accessories such as gloves, scarves, and socks. In the spring of 1552 raiding parties of several hundred people attacked all along the coast of Zhejiang. In the summer of 1553 Wang Zhi assembled a large fleet of hundreds of ships to raid the coast of Zhejiang from Taizhou north. Several


Brunei

accessdate 4 February 2012 in his "Music Odyssey Tour 2002 2003", covering over 40 concerts around the world. Her tour with Jacky Cheung included performances in Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, China, Taiwan, Brunei, U.S. (United States), UK (United Kingdom) and Canada. The '''Brunei River''' is a river which flows through Brunei and empties into Brunei Bay towards the North-east direction


Kingdom of Prussia

to 1940'', Taylor & Francis, 1997, p. 13, 22. ISBN 9780824077822. *1884: Alexander Mozhaysky of Kotka, Grand Duchy of Finland, Russian Empire makes the second known "powered, assisted take off of a heavier-than-air craft carrying an operator". His steam-powered (Steam engine) monoplane took off at Krasnoye Selo, near Saint Petersburg, making a hop and "covering between 65 and 100 feet". The monoplane had a failed landing, with one


Milwaukee

) was an American (United States) social scientist (Social sciences) and federal (Federal government of the United States) civil servant (Civil service#United States). He was one of the key architects in the creation and expansion of the American welfare state and was involved in the creation of both the New Deal and Great Society programs. * Juan Cole, notable for his weblog "Informed Comment", covering events in the Middle East * Andrew Hoffman, an expert in environmental pollution and sustainable enterprise. Professor Hoffman is co-director of the MBA'MS Corporate Environmental Management Program. * Daniel Hunt Janzen(b. 1939 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA) is an evolutionary ecologist, naturalist, and conservationist. Before joining the faculty at the University of Pennsylvania he taught at the University of Kansas (1965–1968), the University of Chicago (1969–72) and at the University of Michigan. MacArthur Foundation award winner. * Gerome Kamrowski, worked in New York in the 1930s and early 1940s with such artists as William Baziotes, Robert Motherwell and Jackson Pollock, and was at the forefront of the development of American Surrealism and Abstract Expressionism. His work from this period is in the collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, MOMA, The Guggenheim Museum (Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum), the Whitney Museum of American Art and other major museums worldwide. Faculty, University of Michigan School of Art 1948–82 (Emeritus) WikiPedia:Milwaukee Dmoz:Regional North America United States Wisconsin Localities M Milwaukee commons:Milwaukee, Wisconsin


Seoul

, notable for his weblog "Informed Comment", covering events in the Middle East '''Coex Convention & Exhibition Center''' located in Samseong-dong of Gangnam-gu district, Seoul, is one of South Korea's largest convention and exhibition centers (convention center). It was designed by Larry Oltmanns who was a Design Partner with SOM at the time. The four-story center has four exhibition halls and 48 meeting rooms. It is operated by Coex Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Korea International Trade Association. birth_date Commons:Category:Seoul Wikipedia:Seoul


Cleveland

listeners called the studio, Paar attempted to calm them on the phone and on air by saying, "The world is not coming to an end. Trust me. When have I ever lied to you?" When the listeners started charging Paar with "covering up the truth", he called WGAR's station manager for help. Oblivious to the situation, the manager advised Paar to calm down, saying it was "all a tempest in a teapot." WikiPedia:Cleveland Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Localities C Cleveland commons:Cleveland


German Empire

Empire makes the second known "powered, assisted take off of a heavier-than-air craft carrying an operator". His steam-powered (Steam engine) monoplane took off at Krasnoye Selo, near Saint Petersburg, making a hop and "covering between 65 and 100 feet". The monoplane had a failed landing, with one of its wings destroyed and serious damages. It was never rebuilt. Later Soviet (Soviet Union) propaganda would overstate Mozhaysky's accomplishment while


Austin, Texas

url http: www.npr.org local stories KUT 149636631 title Two Highways You'll Soon Be Able to Drive 80 mph On publisher KUT-FM (KUT) location Austin, TX date March 29, 2012 accessdate March 30, 2012 '''Kelly Willis''' is the self-titled third album from the Austin, Texas-based singer. There were a couple of minor Billboard (Billboard Music Charts) hits in the #63 "Heaven's Just a Sin Away" (covering a 1977 #1 hit for The Kendalls) and the #72


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