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Sijilmasa

oasis and finds Sijilmassa destroyed. He remarks on the "most stately and high walls", which were apparently still standing. He continues to describe the city as "gallantly builte," writing there were many stately temples and colleges in the city, and water wheels that drew water out of the river Ziz. Leo Africanus says that since the city was destroyed, former residents had moved into outlying villages and castles. He stayed in this area for seven months, saying


Luhansk

, the last without the morphine, not to make his drug-addicted, amputation of both hands, learning to live like everyone else, the beginning of classes in literary work, publishing made him famous novel "All the deaths in spite", writing a further 13 works, literary fame... Monuments *


Surakarta

. * Nancy K. Florida, Javanese literature in Surakarta manuscripts Vol. 2 Manuscripts of the Mangkunagaran Palace, Cornell University Ithaca, NY : Southeast Asia Program (SEAP), 2000. * Nancy K. Florida, "Writing the past, inscribing the future: history as prophesy in colonial Java", Duke University Press, 1995 * Richard Anderson Sutton, "Traditions of gamelan music in Java: musical pluralism and regional identity", CUP Archive, 1991 * Clara Brakel-Papenhuijzen, "


Fes

of the Marinides'', Oklahoma University, editions 1961 and 1974 (latter ISBN 0-8061-1198-4). * Article by Julian Vigo. "The Renovation of Fes’ medina qdima and the (re)Creation of the Traditional", Writing the City, Transforming the City, New Delhi: Katha, edition 2006. * The Open International Project Competition for Lalla Yeddouna, A Neighborhood in the Medina of Fez, announced in September 2010 in collaboration with the Union International des Architectes (UIA) and the Millenium Challenge


Saint Helena

Convention into domestic law (Arbitration Ordinance 1976), although Britain has never issued an Order in Council legally extending the New York Convention to the British Virgin Islands. class "wikitable" Writing Fogle has written five books; ''The Teatime Islands'' in search of the remaining islands in the British Empire in which he travels to Saint Helena, Ascension Island, the Falkland Islands, the British Indian Ocean Territories and Tristan da Cunha


Xiamen

-jī" include that the surface meaning of the word itself is more generic than one specific system, and that both literary and colloquial register (Literary and colloquial readings of Chinese characters) Southern Min appear in the system (meaning that describing it as "vernacular" writing might be inaccurate). Opposition to the name "Church Romanization" is based on the identification with the church, as the writing is used by a wider community than just Christians, and for secular as well as sacred writing. Chang, ''Principles of POJ'', p. 13. One commentator observes that POJ "today is largely disassociated from its former religious purposes". Klöter, ''Written Taiwanese'', p. 248. The term "romanization" is also disliked by some, who see it as belittling the status of ''pe̍h-ōe-jī'' by identifying it as a supplementary phonetic system, rather than a fully-fledged orthography. Sources disagree on which represents the more commonly used name of the two. In 1842 the Treaty of Nanking was concluded, which included among its provisions the creation of treaty ports in which Christian missionaries would be free to preach. Klöter, ''Written Taiwanese'', p. 92. Xiamen (then known as Amoy) was one of these treaty ports, and British, Canadian and American missionaries moved in to start preaching to the local inhabitants. These missionaries, housed in the cantonment of Gulangyu (Gulangyu Island), created reference works and religious tracts, including a bible translation. Naturally, they based the pronunciation of their romanization on the speech of Xiamen, which became the de facto standard when they eventually moved into other areas of the Hokkien Sprachraum, most notably Taiwan. Klöter, ''Written Taiwanese'', p. 93. The 1858 Treaty of Tianjin officially opened Taiwan to western missionaries, and missionary societies were quick to send men to work in the field, usually after a sojourn in Xiamen to acquire the rudiments of the language. * Wenzhou (Wenzhou Yongqiang Airport) * Xiamen (Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport) * Zhengzhou (Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport) The Spanish Galleon Trade (Manila galleon) 1565–1815 , tied China to Europe via Manila and Acapulco, Mexico. Acting as a transshipment port, Manila attracted Chinese traders from Xiamen (Amoy) who arrived in armed ships, called Chinese junks, to trade with the Spanish. Chinese luxury goods, such as silk, porcelain and finely crafted furniture, were exchanged for silver from Mexican and Peruvian mines. Twice a year the galleons sailed across the Pacific Ocean from Manila to Acapulco and back. The goods were later taken to Spain via Veracruz, Mexico (Veracruz, Veracruz). The penetration of British and Anglo-American commercial interests in Manila coincided with the British founding of a network of treaty port-cities in Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai. They also expanded the ''Nanyang (Nanyang (geographical region))'' trade, previously limited to Xiamen, Quanzhou and Macao. In 1868, the United States and China signed the Treaty of Burlingame, legalizing and liberalizing Chinese emigration, which had been illegal since the Ming Dynasty. This led to a rapid increase in the population of Overseas Chinese traders in the Philippines. Towards the end of the 19th century, the dominance of the British Anglo-American capitalists and their Overseas Chinese trading partners turned the Philippines into an "Anglo-Chinese Colony under the Spanish Flag". Wikipedia:Xiamen


Basra

performances were commended by ''Independent'' journalist Hugh Montgomery; in a review of 2009's television, Montgomery named Nesbitt "Face of the Year", writing, "Just as you had James Nesbitt written off as the gurning embodiment of everything mediocre about British TV drama, he produced two stonking performances, as the transfixingly harrowed sergeant in ''Occupation'', and a nervily vengeful victim's relative in Irish-troubles piece ''Five Minutes of Heaven''. Give the man a Bafta."


Knoxville, Tennessee

and a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Michigan, where she won the 2003 Hopwood Award for her Novel-in-Progress. Anne Vandermey, Alum got her start in "U" writing program" (original), ''The Michigan Daily'' (16 April 2006). Retrieved 10 May 2009. Archived copy. She is married to a Bulgarian scholar


Pittsburgh

; in the indie-rock band Blogurt from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Blogurt, official website More recently, These New Puritans's 2010 album Hidden (Hidden (album)) makes heavy use of the instrument throughout; their principal songwriter, Jack Barnett, claimed repeatedly to be ''"writing a lot of music for bassoon"'' in the run-up to its recording. http: www.bbc.co.uk music reviews xbd3 In early 2011, American Hip

, "I thought to myself, 'That's it. That's what I want to do. I can do this.' And I never had any second thoughts or doubts."

+the+beginning+of+the...-a0130930854 date April 1, 2005 work The Free Library publisher Farlex Inc. format Online archive of original publication: Cahill, Bryon. "Michael Chabon: a writer with many faces". ''Writing'' '''27''' (6): 16–19. Weekly Reader Corp. (Weekly Reader) accessdate July 3, 2009 Referring to popular culture, he wrote of being raised "on a hearty diet of crap". ''Manhood for Amateurs


Food and Drug Administration

;orchestrated campaigns," writing that very few of the fifty lawsuits filed against Prozac were related to the Church of Scientology. Mark Silk criticized Behar's article in his book ''Unsecular Media: Making News of Religion in America''.


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