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Rumelia Eyalet

; At the time, the ''beylerbey'' of Rumelia was the commander of the most important military force in the state in the form of the timariot ''sipahi'' cavalry, and his presence in the capital during this period made him a regular member of the Imperial Council (Imperial Council (Ottoman Empire)) (''divan''). For the same reason, powerful Grand Viziers like Mahmud Pasha Angelovic or Pargalı Ibrahim Pasha held the ''beylerbeylik'' in tandem with the grand vizierate. In the 18th century, Monastir (Manastir Vilayet) emerged as an alternate residence of the governor, and in 1836, it officially became the capital of the ''eyalet''. At about the same time, the ''Tanzimat'' reforms, aimed at modernizing the Empire, split off the new ''eyalets'' of Üsküb (Üsküb Eyalet), Yanya (Ioannina Eyalet) and Selanik (Salonica Eyalet) and reduced the Rumelia Eyalet to a few provinces around Monastir. The rump ''eyalet'' survived until 1867, when, as part of the transition to the more uniform ''vilayet'' system, it became part of the Salonica Vilayet. The '''Sanjak of Smederevo''' (Serbian (Serbian language): Смедеревски санџак, ''Smederevski sandžak''; Turkish (Turkish language): ''Semendire Sancağı''), also known as the '''Pashaluk of Belgrade''' (''Turkish'': '''Belgrad Paşalığı'''), was an Ottoman (Ottoman Empire) administrative unit (sanjak), that existed between the 15th and the outset of the 19th centuries. It was located in the territory of present day Central Serbia, Serbia. It belonged to Rumelia Eyalet between 1459 and 1541, and again between 1716 and 1717 and again 1739 and 1817 (nominally to 1830), to Budin Eyalet between 1541 and 1686, and to Temeşvar Eyalet between 1686 and 1688 and again between 1690 and 1716.

Greater Tokyo Area

and Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation (Toei), lines, but is informally being proposed to the Tōzai Line (Tokyo Metro Tōzai Line) at Takadonobaba station. The group was formed in 1981 in Osaka, Japan, as the solo project of Mikawa, a member of the noise improv group Hijokaidan. Mikawa, a bank employee, later moved to Tokyo (Greater Tokyo Area), where he joined with government office worker Kosakai (of C.C.C.C. (C.C.C.C. (band)), and who would later become a regular

member of Hijokaidan) to make Incapacitants a duo. Many of the group's track titles reference their professions, but because of their day jobs, the two have not often been able to tour abroad. Incapacitants are counted among the more well known of the Japanese noise bands formed in the 1980s, along with such names as the aforementioned Hijokaidan and C.C.C.C., as well as Hanatarash, Solmania, The Gerogerigegege, Merzbow, and Masonna. The group also recorded sessions with Vivian


Orchestra of that city played a work composed by him for the occasion, and he subsequently became a regular member of that orchestra. Ever since that time, Făgăraș was the residence of the wives of Transylvanian Princes, as an equivalent of Veszprém, the Hungarian "city of queens". Of these, Zsuzsanna Lorántffy, the widow of George I Rákóczy established a Romanian school here in 1658. Probably the most prominent of the princesses residing in the town was the orphan Princess Kata Bethlen (1700–1759), buried in front of the Reformed (Reformed Church in Hungary) church. The church holds several precious relics of her life. Her bridal gown (Wedding dress), with the family coat of arms embroidered (Embroidery) on it, and her bridal veil now covers the altar table. Both are made of yellow silk. '''Várpalota''' is a town in Western Hungary, in the Transdanubian county of Veszprém (Veszprém (county)). It was a mining town during the Socialist (Socialism) era, but the mines have been closed. Most of the citizens work in the nearby cities, Veszprém or Székesfehérvár. - valign top Veszprém-Szentkirályszabadja Veszprém (Veszprém County) *25px (File:Flag of Germany.svg) Monheim am Rhein, Germany *25px (File:Flag of Hungary.svg) Veszprém, Hungary The Hungarian army arrived and encamped at the Hernád river Wikipedia:Veszprém Commons:Veszprém

Cornwall, Ontario

1790 and was educated at Cornwall (Cornwall, Ontario) by John Strachan. During the War of 1812, he served with the Frontenac militia. In 1820, he was appointed to the Legislative Council (Legislative Council of Upper Canada) for the province. In 1822, he became an honorary member of the Executive Council (Executive Council of Upper Canada) and was made a regular member 5 years later. He was born in Augusta Township (Augusta, Ontario), Upper Canada in 1791, the son

Zamboanga City

the vice-mayor became a regular member. Other representatives such as the agriculture, business and labor sectoral representatives; chairman of the Kabataan Barangay Federation and the president of the Association of Barangay Captains was added to the council. All members of the council except for the mayor and the vice-mayor are all appointed by the Preside,t After Marcos was deposed, a new Local Government Code was enacted in 1991 and the mayor was restored to the executibve branch. The city


against Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe cricket team) at Bulawayo. He also bowled well in 1999 WC. Now, he is a part of the Dhaka warriors side in ICL. In recent times, Syed Rasel has emerged as a regular member of the ODI (One Day International) squad. '''Welshman Ncube''' (born July 7, 1961) is a Zimbabwean politician. He is the President of the Movement for Democratic Change – Mutambara, and since February 2009 has been the Minister of Industry and Commerce. He was elected as a member of the House of Assembly of Zimbabwe for Bulawayo North East in the 2000 election (Zimbabwe parliamentary election, 2000) and served in the House of Assembly until 2008. Ncube is an academic lawyer who has been Professor of Law at the University of Zimbabwe from 1992. birth_date Wikipedia:Bulawayo Dmoz:Regional Africa Zimbabwe Localities Matabeland North Bulawayo Commons:Category:Bulawayo


in September 1964. He made his first team debut later that month, and his league debut in November 1964 in a 1–0 defeat at home to Southend United (Southend United F.C.). He spent a couple of years establishing himself and was a regular member of the Luton team, scoring 24 goals, that won the Fourth Division (Football League Fourth Division) title in 1968. He moved to Aston Villa (Aston Villa F.C.) in July 1969 for a fee of £100,000, then a record fee paid by a Second Division (Football League Second Division) side. He won a League Cup (Football League Cup) runners' up medal in 1971, Villa losing 2–0 to Tottenham Hotspur (Tottenham Hotspur F.C.). The surrounding area is generally flat and open, with the occasional small wooded area. There is some modestly higher ground to the west of the town. The hundred of Biggleswade is located to the south east of Bedford, and to the north of Letchworth. The town is the district of Central Bedfordshire and is the fifth largest town in Bedfordshire after Bedford, Dunstable, Luton and Leighton Buzzard Social geography Today, Biggleswade is a largely open area containing both undeveloped and farming land. The town of Biggleswade is steadily growing market town with a strong market gardening presence and a growing light industrial sector. The town is smaller than some other towns and cities in the county (particularly Bedford and Luton), but retains a valuable place in the county's history, and a quiet charm that makes it attractive to visitors. Recent statistics record Biggleswade and the surrounding area as having a population of about 16,100 people (as of 2005). Biggleswade is twinned with the German town of Erlensee. '''Toddington''' is a large village and civil parish (civil parishes in England) in the county of Bedfordshire, England which is situated 5 miles NNW of Luton, Wikipedia:Luton Commons:Category:Luton

Kingston, Ontario

Legislative Council for the province. In 1822, he became an honorary member of the Executive Council (Executive Council of Upper Canada) and was made a regular member 5 years later. The Province of Ontario used manpower whenever possible, to employ as many people as it could. In Kingston, Ontario an unemployment relief camp on Barriefield lower common was set up under the command of the Commandant of the Royal Military College of Canada. Public works projects at the Royal Military


Sir Clive Woodward handed him England's number 10 jersey for RBS Six Nations (Six Nations Championship) matches against Wales (Wales national rugby union team) when he replaced an injured Paul Grayson at fly half and France (France national rugby union team), scoring 27 points over the two games. It is thought that from his promotion in the 2004 Six Nations he became a regular member of the squad. Later on in 2004, during the mid-year tests against the southern hemisphere nations, Barkley was a reserve for the matches against the All Blacks in Auckland and Wallabies (Australia national rugby union team) in Brisbane. In 2004 Asha joined MIX.FM, an adult contemporary radio station owned by Malaysian media company Astro (Astro (satellite TV)), and co-hosted the Drivetime slot with Non. She also started writing her monthly column, ''Of Mutton + Lamb'', for women's lifestyle magazine ''Vida!'', where she talks about any issue of her interest - from women's rights to experiences of being a DJ. Her official website, AshaGill.Com, was also launched, where she keeps her writings, talks about various issues on her blog, and introduces Malaysian talent through the ''Asha's Picks'' section. She was also selected as the ambassador for watch company Tag Heuer, and she continued production on ''Lonely Planet's Six Degrees'', this time travelling to Melbourne, Australia; Auckland, New Zealand; London, England; and Cape Town, South Africa. She won the award for ''Best Entertainment Awards'' at the Asian Television Awards 2004, held in Singapore. There are about 180 families living in New Zealand, mainly in the Auckland region who bear the surname O'Dowd or Dowd. Craig Dowd the well known All Black is one of these descendants. Sacramento California America—Kathleen anne julie vivian caro dowd - February 7, 1998 Wikipedia:Auckland City commons:Auckland


in Afghanistan and Operation TELIC (Operation Telic) in Iraq. The regiment provides support to the Headquarters Allied Command Europe Rapid Reaction Corps, and was part of 12 Signal Group. Collier studied in Milan in 1955, where she was auditioned by Lord Harewood (George Lascelles, 7th Earl of Harewood). Subsequently she was offered a contract as a regular member of the Covent Garden Opera Company. She made her Royal Opera House, Covent Garden (Royal Opera House) debut as the First Lady in ''The Magic Flute'' in 1956. She created the role of Hecuba in Michael Tippett's ''King Priam'' which premiered in Coventry in May 1962; and sang the leading roles in the Western premieres of ''Katerina Ismailova (Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District (opera))'' (2 December 1963) ''Musical Times'', Vol. 104 No. 1450 (December 1963), p. 878 at the Royal Opera House, and ''The Makropulos Case (The Makropulos Affair (opera))'' at Sadler's Wells (Sadler's Wells Theatre) (12 February 1964). ''Musical Times'', vol. 105, No. 1451 (January 1964), p. 78 Brandon is located upon the A428 road between Coventry, 6 miles (9.5 km) to the west, and Rugby (Rugby, Warwickshire), 7 miles (11 km) to the east. Local Housing Allowance was introduced across all Local Authority areas on 7 April 2008. The legislation to enable the scheme is contained in the Welfare Reform Act (Welfare Reform Act 2007) which received Royal Assent in May 2007. The local authorities that trialled the new system were known as Pathfinder Authorities. They were Argyll and Bute, Blackpool, Brighton and Hove, Conwy county borough, Coventry, East Riding of Yorkshire, City of Edinburgh, Guildford (Guildford (borough)), City of Leeds, London Borough of Lewisham, North East Lincolnshire, Norwich, Pembrokeshire, City of Salford, South Norfolk, Metropolitan Borough of St Helens, Teignbridge, London Borough of Wandsworth Jackie and Alan Gear took over management of the charity in 1976, and in 1985 the organisation relocated to its present WikiPedia:Coventry Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England West Midlands Coventry Commons:Coventry

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