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Holyoke, Massachusetts

, Massachusetts and Hartford, Connecticut, in particular, became centers of innovation and "intense and concentrated prosperity." Massachusetts Info on-line The greatest single drop on the Connecticut, of south of Holyoke sits the river's most populous city, Springfield. The second-most populous city on the river is Hartford


Almaty

; The Pokémon Trading Card Game is blessed by the Vatican for its love-thy-neighbor notion of "intense friendship," for being "full of inventive imagination," and its lack of "harmful moral side effects." * December 10 – The capital of Kazakhstan is moved from Almaty to Astana. * December 11 – The Kyoto Protocol is adopted by a United Nations United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change#1997 – COP 3, The Kyoto Protocol


Marshall Islands

was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross (Distinguished Flying Cross (United States)) for "extraordinary achievement in aerial combat as leader of a group of nine torpedo planes in action against enemy Japanese surface vessels at Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands, 1 February 1942. During the Battle of Midway 4 June 1942, Massey, commanding Torpedo Squadron 3, repeated this achievement as he led his squadron against Japanese naval units despite "intense antiaircraft fire


Kazakhstan

territory by the fall of the USSR. * December 15 * December 9 – The Pokémon Trading Card Game is blessed by the Vatican for its love-thy-neighbor notion of "intense friendship," for being "full of inventive imagination," and its lack of "harmful moral side effects." * December 10 – The capital of Kazakhstan is moved from Almaty to Astana. * December 11 – The Kyoto Protocol is adopted by a United Nations


Venezuela

(Venezuela) National Electoral Council (''Consejo Nacional Electoral'', or ''CNE'') is in charge of electoral processes; it is formed by five main directors elected by the National Assembly. Supreme Court president Luisa Estela Morales said in December 2009 that Venezuela had moved away from "a rigid division of powers" toward a system characterized by "intense coordination" between the branches of government. Morales clarified that each power must be independent adding that "


Italy

in the play ''Magda'', in which she was described as "intense, imperious and unequal". "Nance O'Neil In Magda: American Actress's London Debut: The Papers Critical but Friendly", ''The New York Times'', 2 September 1902 (In 1899, Rankin and O'Neil were rumored to have married but the announcement was declared incorrect.) In her role as the title character in the 1906 adaptation of ''Leah, the Forsaken'', she recreated the role made famous by Italian (Italy) actress Adelaide Ristori. Her performances in ''Leah'' (an adaptation of a translation of Salomon Hermann von Mosenthal's ''Deborah'') were described as 'genius' by Fremont Older. She also appeared in ''Trilby'', ''Camille'', ''The Common Standard'', ''The Wanderer'', ''Macbeth'', ''Agnes'', ''Sappho'', ''The Passion Flower'', ''Hedda Gabler'', and many other productions in the United States and Europe. '''Marco Ballotta''' (born 3 April 1964 in Casalecchio di Reno, Emilia Romagna) is a retired Italian (Italy) footballer (Association football) who played as a goalkeeper (Goalkeeper (association football)). Her career as professional skier was plagued by injuries. She finally secured a World Cup race victory in her 10th year of competition, a downhill race held in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy on 21 January 1999. That was the first World Cup downhill race victory by a Frenchwoman in 17 years. All in all, she had nine World Cup victories, four of them Super-G, three downhill and two giant slalom. Her last World Cup victory occurred on 21 Mar 2001 in the giant slalom in Courchevel, France. She topped the Super-G World Cup rankings in 2001 and was ranked third overall for the World Cup seasons ending in 2000 and 2001. Her career culminated in the 2001 World Alpine Ski Championships held in Sankt Anton, Austria, where on 29 January 2001, she clinched the Super-G title. Charles de Lannoy was born the younger son of Jean de Lannoy, Lord of Mingoval, himself nephew of Jean III de Lannoy. Him mother was Philipotte de Lalaing (c. 1487). He took service with the Emperor Maximilian I (Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor) and won distinction for bravery and leadership. He was appointed member to the council of Charles of Burgundy; later Emperor Charles V (Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor) and his Caballerizo mayor in 1515. He was appointed knight of the Golden Fleece in 1516. He became governor of Tournai in 1521, was made viceroi of Naples (Kingdom of Naples) in 1522 and made commander in chief of Imperial armies in Italy upon the death of Prospero Colonna at the end of 1523. The North American continent is home to several native species of grape, including ''Vitis labrusca'', ''Vitis riparia'', ''Vitis rotundifolia'', ''Vitis vulpina'', and ''Vitis amurensis'', but it was the introduction of the European ''Vitis vinifera'' by European settlers that led to the growth of the wine making industry. H. Johnson & J. Robinson ''The World Atlas of Wine'' pg 268 Mitchell Beazley Publishing 2005 ISBN 1-84000-332-4 With more than


Australia

of the Australian version of reality weight-loss television series ''The Biggest Loser (The Biggest Loser (Australian TV series))'' which she hosted between 2006 and 2009. thumb left 220px Sunset Magazine vol 6; May-October, 1903 (File:Nance O'Neil 02.jpg) Early in her acting career, O'Neil was managed by McKee Rankin, an actor, manager, and producer who made her a star in Australia and oversaw her London debut in 1902 in the play ''Magda'', in which she was described as "intense, imperious and unequal". "Nance O'Neil In Magda: American Actress's London Debut: The Papers Critical but Friendly", ''The New York Times'', 2 September 1902 (In 1899, Rankin and O'Neil were rumored to have married but the announcement was declared incorrect.) In her role as the title character in the 1906 adaptation of ''Leah, the Forsaken'', she recreated the role made famous by Italian (Italy) actress Adelaide Ristori. Her performances in ''Leah'' (an adaptation of a translation of Salomon Hermann von Mosenthal's ''Deborah'') were described as 'genius' by Fremont Older. She also appeared in ''Trilby'', ''Camille'', ''The Common Standard'', ''The Wanderer'', ''Macbeth'', ''Agnes'', ''Sappho'', ''The Passion Flower'', ''Hedda Gabler'', and many other productions in the United States and Europe. His career has included both traveling throughout Australia and the United States with Irish tenor John McNally and long-term engagements at the Ritz-Carlton Resort (Ritz-Carlton) in Amelia Island, Florida, The Balsams Grand Resort Hotel, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, and the Mount Washington Hotel. Other countries ''Come Back Mrs Noah'' was also shown in the Netherlands, starting on 30 June 1979. It was also aired in Australia and on several public television stations in the United States. thumb The view from the top looking south-east at February 2006. Thickening vegetation regrowth on the mountain top limited views. (Image:View from Mount Doongal.jpg) '''Mount Doongal''' is a mountain in Queensland state forest north of Maryborough (Maryborough, Queensland), Australia. The mountain, although not particularly high, is said to offer views to Fraser Island off the southern Queensland coast and north to the town of Childers (Childers, Queensland). Mount Doongal can be reached via the Maryborough-Biggenden (Biggenden, Queensland) Road and then by taking the North Aramara (North Aramara, Queensland) turn-off and following unsealed roads. Mount Doongal's GPS location is Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


United States

Mancini's wild, "whirlwind," intense fighting style. As of the census of 2000, there were 9,094 people, 3,516 households, and 2,468 families residing in the county. The population density was 4 people per square mile (2 km²). There were 4,059 housing units at an average density of 2 per square mile (1 km²). The racial makeup of the county was 95.52% White (Race (United States Census)), 0.10% Black (Race (United States Census)) or Race (United States


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