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Stoke-on-Trent

developed their characteristic drum beat, for which the D-beat subgenre is named. Roberts commented in 2004 that "I just wanna be remembered for coming up with that f-ckin' D-beat in the first place! And inspiring all those f-ckin' great Discore bands around the world!" Glasper, Ian (2004). ''Burning Britain: The History of UK Punk 1980-1984'', p. 175. Cherry Red Books. Discharge's inspiration for the style has led it to be referred to as "discore"


Blackpool

''Beat the System'' label. Blackpool punk band The Fits were amongst the first to benefit, eventually releasing four indie chart hit singles in 1982–85. The Membranes who featured John Robb (John Robb (musician)) initially set up their own Vinyl Drip record label in 1981 before achieving three indie top 20


Laos

in Russian This subspecies is considered threatened and included in the Red Books of the Russian Federation, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia (Georgia (country)). IUCN. (2007) ''European Mammal Assessment.'' IUCN, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. * In the 1970s, Southeast Asian jungle cats still used to be the most common wild cats near villages in certain parts of northern Thailand and occurred in many protected areas of the country. Lekagul, B., McNeely, J.A. (1988) ''Mammals of Thailand''. 2nd ed. Saha Karn Bhaet, Bangkok. But since the early 1990s, jungle cats are rarely encountered and have suffered drastic declines due to hunting and habitat destruction. Today, their official Thai status is critically endangered. Lynam, A.J., Round, P., Brockelman, W.Y. (2006) ''Status of birds and large mammals of the Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai Forest Complex, Thailand''. Biodiversity Research and Training Program and Wildlife Conservation Society, Bangkok, Thailand. In Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam, jungle cats probably once occurred widely using secondary habitats, which is easily accessible to hunters and where hunting pressure is now very heavy. Due to unselective trapping and snaring, jungle cats appear quite rare nowadays in comparison to sympatric (Sympatry) small cats. Skins are occasionally recorded in border markets, and live individuals, possibly taken from Myanmar or Cambodia, occasionally turn up in the Khao Khieo and Chiang Mai zoos of Thailand. Duckworth, J.W., Poole, C.M., Tizard, R.J., Walston, J.L., Timmins, R.J. (2005) ''The Jungle Cat Felis chaus in Indochina: a threatened population of a widespread and adaptable species''. Biodiversity and Conservation 14: 1263-1280 * Jungle cats are rare in the Middle East. In Jordan, they are highly affected by the expansion of agricultural areas around the river beds of Yarmouk (Yarmouk River) and Jordan rivers (Jordan River), where they are hunted and poisoned by farmers for attacking poultry. In Afghanistan they are also considered rare and threatened. Habibi, K. (2003) ''Mammals of Afghanistan.'' Zoo Outreach Organisation with assistance from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Coimbatore, India. Distribution and habitat Asian golden cats live throughout Southeast Asia, ranging from Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, India and Bangladesh to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Southern China to Malaysia and Sumatra. They prefer forest habitats interspersed with rocky areas, and are found in dry deciduous (Deciduous forest), subtropical (Subtropical moist forest) evergreen (Evergreen forests) and tropical rainforests. Commons:Category:Laos


Cambodia

: Кавкаэский Камышовый Кот Felis chaus (подвид chaus)'' online in Russian This subspecies is considered threatened and included in the Red Books of the Russian Federation, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia (Georgia (country)). IUCN. (2007) ''European Mammal Assessment.'' IUCN, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. * In the 1970s, Southeast Asian jungle cats still used to be the most common wild cats


Vietnam

, B. E., Belousova, A. E. (2007) ''Красная Книга России: Кавкаэский Камышовый Кот Felis chaus (подвид chaus)'' online in Russian This subspecies is considered threatened and included in the Red Books of the Russian Federation, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia (Georgia (country)). IUCN. (2007) ''European Mammal Assessment.'' IUCN, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. * In the 1970s, Southeast Asian jungle cats still used to be the most common wild cats near villages in certain parts of northern Thailand and occurred in many protected areas of the country. Lekagul, B., McNeely, J.A. (1988) ''Mammals of Thailand''. 2nd ed. Saha Karn Bhaet, Bangkok. But since the early 1990s, jungle cats are rarely encountered and have suffered drastic declines due to hunting and habitat destruction. Today, their official Thai status is critically endangered. Lynam, A.J., Round, P., Brockelman, W.Y. (2006) ''Status of birds and large mammals of the Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai Forest Complex, Thailand''. Biodiversity Research and Training Program and Wildlife Conservation Society, Bangkok, Thailand. In Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam, jungle cats probably once occurred widely using secondary habitats, which is easily accessible to hunters and where hunting pressure is now very heavy. Due to unselective trapping and snaring, jungle cats appear quite rare nowadays in comparison to sympatric (Sympatry) small cats. Skins are occasionally recorded in border markets, and live individuals, possibly taken from Myanmar or Cambodia, occasionally turn up in the Khao Khieo and Chiang Mai zoos of Thailand. Duckworth, J.W., Poole, C.M., Tizard, R.J., Walston, J.L., Timmins, R.J. (2005) ''The Jungle Cat Felis chaus in Indochina: a threatened population of a widespread and adaptable species''. Biodiversity and Conservation 14: 1263-1280 * Jungle cats are rare in the Middle East. In Jordan, they are highly affected by the expansion of agricultural areas around the river beds of Yarmouk (Yarmouk River) and Jordan rivers (Jordan River), where they are hunted and poisoned by farmers for attacking poultry. In Afghanistan they are also considered rare and threatened. Habibi, K. (2003) ''Mammals of Afghanistan.'' Zoo Outreach Organisation with assistance from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Coimbatore, India. Distribution and habitat Asian golden cats live throughout Southeast Asia, ranging from Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, India and Bangladesh to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Southern China to Malaysia and Sumatra. They prefer forest habitats interspersed with rocky areas, and are found in dry deciduous (Deciduous forest), subtropical (Subtropical moist forest) evergreen (Evergreen forests) and tropical rainforests. Commons:Category:Vietnam


Philadelphia

to the country. That Repton, with no real experience of practical horticulture, became an overnight success, is a tribute to his undeniable talent, but also to the unique way he presented his work. To help clients visualise his designs, Repton produced 'Red Books' (so called for their binding) with explanatory text and watercolours with a system of overlays to show 'before' and 'after' views. In this he differed from Capability Brown, who worked almost exclusively with plans and rarely


Wales

;ref name "cynfeirdd" The prose stories from the White and Red Books are known as the ''Mabinogion'', a title given to them by their first translator, Lady Charlotte Guest, and also used by subsequent translators. Davies (2008) p. 525 Poems such as ''Cad Goddeu'' (The Battle of the Trees) and mnemonic list-texts like the ''Welsh Triads'' and the ''Thirteen Treasures of the Island of Britain'', also contain mythological material. ref>


Japan

by Saudi Arabia. The first comic books in Japan appeared during the 18th Century in the form of woodblock-printed booklets containing short stories drawn from folk tales, legends, and historical accounts, told in a simple visual-verbal idiom. Known as


United States

genealogy resources url http: homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com ~norway vest_agder.html last Follesdal first John publisher Ancestry.com accessdate 2009-12-15 !width "40" UK Indie (UK Indie Chart) Lazell, Barry (1997) ''Indie Hits 1980-1989'', Cherry Red Books, ISBN 0-9517206-9-4, p.138 !width "40" US (United States) Billboard 200 - '''Beat Happening

Ation (??—): English drummer; performs punk rock; former member of Flux Of Pink Indians. Glasper, Ian. ''The Day the Country Died: A History of Anarcho Punk 1980 to 1984'', Cherry Red Books, 2006, ISBN 1901447707. * Sherman Austin (1983—): American (United States) rapper (rapping); performs hip hop music. !--Add new musicians in alphabetical order. Cease listing bands. Only list band members, linking

1980-1989'', Cherry Red Books, ISBN 0-9517206-9-4, p. 135 Sipho had gained the attention of Mick Jones (formerly of The Clash) through his performance in the 1985 documentary Electrorock, http: www.youtube.com watch?v Btt4I14EiUM and had subsequently performed on Big Audio Dynamite's track "C'Mon Every Beatbox" from the album "No. 10 Upping Street". http: www.discogs.com Big-Audio-Dynamite-Cmon-Every-Beatbox


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