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Nazareth

"Khalidi2" Khalidi, 1992, p.10. - colspan "5" style "border-bottom:#aaa solid 2px;" Successful Israeli capture of Nazareth and the Lower Galilee - **"-ish" is usually only proper as an adjective. Thus many common "-ish" forms have irregular demonyms, e.g. Britain (British (disambiguation)) British Briton; Denmark Danish Dane; England English Englishman; Ireland Irish Irishman; Poland Polish Pole; Scotland Scottish Scot


Qing dynasty

Asian Research Center, 1968): 70-71. During the late Qing dynasty, in the 1800s, the Ningbo authorities contracted Cantonese pirates to exterminate and massacre Portuguese pirates who raided Cantonese shipping around Ningbo. The massacre was "successful", with 40 Portuguese dead and only 2 Chinese dead, being dubbed "The Ningpo Massacre" by an English correspondent, who noted that the Portuguese pirates had behaved savagely towards the Chinese, and that the Portuguese authorities at Macau should have reined in the pirates. Going further than Shin, Choe Nam-seon (1890–1957) and Lee Byeong-do (1896–1989) started to notice discrepancies between pre-Qin (Qing dynasty) Chinese records of Jizi Gija, and later accounts (both Chinese and Korean) of his role in Joseon. ) is a palace in the Forbidden City in Beijing, China. It is the largest of the three halls of the Inner Court (the other two being the Hall of Union and the Palace of Earthly Tranquility), located at the northern end of the Forbidden City. During the Qing dynasty, the palace often served as the Emperor's audience hall, where he held council with the Grand Council. History The Beijing–Shanghai railway is composed of three sections. These three sections are some of the earliest railways in China, built before 1910 during the Qing dynasty. The first section is from Beijing to Tianjin, constructed as part of the Imperial Railways of Northern China between 1897 and 1900.


Ningbo

Cyclopedia year 1910 author editor Marcus Benjamin, Arthur Elmore Bostwick, Gerald Van Casteel, George Jotham Hagar publisher D. Appleton and company, edition location NEW YORK isbn page 432 pages accessdate 18 July 2011 (Original from the University of Michigan) During the late Qing dynasty, in the 1800s, the Ningbo authorities contracted Cantonese pirates to exterminate and massacre Portuguese pirates who raided Cantonese shipping around Ningbo. The massacre was &quot

;successful", with 40 Portuguese dead and only 2 Chinese dead, being dubbed "The Ningpo Massacre" by an English correspondent, who noted that the Portuguese pirates had behaved savagely towards the Chinese, and that the Portuguese authorities at Macau should have reined in the pirates. During late Qing era, Western missionaries set up a Presbyterian Church in Ningbo. Li Veng-eing was a Reverend of the Ningpo Church. WikiPedia:Ningbo commons:宁波


Ankara

Commons:Ankara Wikipedia:Ankara Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey Provinces Ankara


Warsaw

. 13 Mar 1991 The '''Operation Arsenal''', code name: "'''Meksyk II'''" (


Soviet Union

Germany in two. * April 26 – Battle of Bautzen (WWII) (Battle of Bautzen (1945)): The last "successful" German panzer-offensive in Bautzen ends with the city recaptured. * May 2 – WWII: ** The Soviet Union announces the fall of Berlin (Battle of Berlin#Breakout and surrender). Soviet soldiers hoist the Red flag over the ''Reich Chancellery (Reich Chancellery#New Reich Chancellery)''. !-- Red Flag over the Reichstag was 29 Apil -->

for World War 2 service in the Soviet Union, and one of the rarest orders in the world. The order was awarded only to Generals and Marshals for successfully conducting combat operations involving one or more army groups and resulting in a "successful operation within the framework of one or several fronts resulting in a radical change of the situation in favor of the Red Army."


Turkey

at individual papers. The industry would fight any attempt to create more specific rules or standards, and editors would no doubt ignore them." Guidelines on the reporting of suicides in Ireland were introduced recently which attempt to remove any positive connotations the act might have (e.g. using the term "completed" rather than "successful" when describing a suicide attempt which resulted in a death).


Norway

the term "completed" rather than "successful" when describing a suicide attempt which resulted in a death). Distribution The distribution comprises Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan


Netherlands

was covered (cover version) in 1968 by Caterina Caselli as "Il Volto Della Vita". Successful later versions of the song included a disco version which reached # 1 in Belgium in the 1980s, and a cover version in 1988 by the French (France) psychedelic (psychedelic music) band The Vietnam Veterans and their album ''The Days of Pearly Spencer (The Days of Pearly Spencer (album))''. A recording by Marc Almond


France

refused to play it owing to Solomon's links with pirate radio, and through mismanagement McWilliams never profited from the song's success. In Italy, the song was covered (cover version) in 1968 by Caterina Caselli as "Il Volto Della Vita". Successful later versions of the song included a disco version which reached # 1 in Belgium in the 1980s, and a cover version in 1988 by the France

;ref name "ballymenaguardian" However, although it became well known in the UK, "Days of Pearly Spencer" failed to make the charts there, perhaps because the BBC refused to play it owing to Solomon's links with pirate radio, and through mismanagement McWilliams never profited from the song's success. In Italy, the song was covered (cover version) in 1968 by Caterina Caselli as "Il Volto Della Vita". Successful later


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