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Gary, Indiana

the Industrial Conference in Washington (Washington, D.C.), and took a prominent part in it as a firm upholder of the “open shop,” of which he was always a strong advocate. page 95 In Chicago, he found regular work in the West Side clubs as well as in Gary (Gary, Indiana) and East Chicago, Indiana and occasionally in the Rush Street North Side entertainment area. He cut a series of 45s for a variety of labels, including Chess (Chess Records), Chirrup, Mercury (Mercury Records), Midas (Midas Records) and USA Records, achieving some local radio airplay. He also supported other artists on record and live, including Jimmy Reed. In 1961 he played guitar on the double album, ''Jimmy Reed at Carnegie Hall''. '''Herschel Sparber''', (born 18 October 1943 in Gary, Indiana, United States) is an actor, voice over artist and Broadway (Broadway theatre) performer. '''Daniel Thomas Plesac''' (born February 4, 1962 in Gary, Indiana) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher with an 18-year career from Meanwhile, Hill attempts to win the heart of Marian the librarian, who has an extreme distrust of men. His charms have little effect upon Marian ("Marian the Librarian") until he wins the admiration of both her mother and her withdrawn and unhappy younger brother Winthrop (Ron Howard) ("Gary, Indiana"). Marian falls in love with Hill, and subsequently hides evidence she has proving he is a fraud ("Till There Was You"). The band's instruments arrive ("Wells Fargo Wagon") and Hill tells the boys to learn to play via the "Think System," in which they simply have to think of a tune over and over and will know how to play it without ever touching their instruments. Meanwhile, Marian is falling more in love with Harold, and in a counterpart with the The Buffalo Bills (Buffalo Bills (quartet)) they sing "Lida Rose Will I Ever Tell You". Hill's con is nearly complete; all he has to do is collect the rest of the instrument and uniform money, and he can disappear. He is about to leave town when a disgruntled anvil salesman who had been run out of Brighton, Illinois in a backlash to Hill's having conned the townspeople there comes to River City and exposes Hill and his plans. Chased by an angry mob and pressed to leave town by Marcellus and Marian, Hill realizes that he is in love with Marian and can't leave River City. He is captured by the mob and brought before a town meeting to be tarred and feathered. Hill is saved by the boys' band who miraculously have learned to play their own instruments (albeit badly). Hill remains in River City with Marian to conduct the boys' band full time, which eventually becomes properly trained and equipped with better quality instruments and uniforms. ("76 Trombones 2nd Reprise (76 Trombones)"). * There must have been something in the air of Gary (w:Gary, Indiana) that led one into economics: the first Nobel Prize winner, Paul Samuelson (w:Paul Samuelson), was also from Gary, as were several other distinguished economists... Certainly, the poverty, the discrimination, the episodic unemployment could not but strike an inquiring youngster: why did these exist, and what could we do about them.


Phoenix, Arizona

Japanese . birth_date birth_place Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona), Arizona United States death_date Early years Nash grew up in Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona) Arizona, where he was encouraged by his high school band teacher to develop his interests as a jazz musician. By the age of 18, Nash had regular work with visiting musicians to Phoenix. At age 22, when Betty Carter


Guangzhou

seminary in Macau preparing himself for the regular work of a missionary and learning the Chinese language. He modified his personal appearance and dress in accordance with Chinese taste, then started from Guangzhou (Canton). He at first superintended a Christian mission in the southern provinces. Huc remained at Canton (Guangzhou) for nearly three years, writing his account of travels in China and Central Asia. '''''Souvenirs d'un voyage dans la Tartarie, le Thibet, et la Chine pendant les années 1844, 1845 et 1846''''' appeared in Paris in 1850. It was soon published in English (English language), in 1851. A German (German language) translation appeared in Leipzig in 1855, followed by Dutch (Dutch language), Spanish (Spanish language), Italian (Italian language), Swedish (Swedish language), Russian (Russian language) and Czech (Czech language) (Prague, 1887) editions. Henri Cordier, ''Bibliotheca sinica: Dictionnaire bibliographique des ouvrages relatifs à l'Empire chinois,'' p. 2119. E. Guilmoto (1907). Popular editions followed, including an illustrated, simplified story text for schoolboys. It was abridged and translated by Julie Bedier as ''High Road in Tartary'' (1948). birth_date WikiPedia:Guangzhou Dmoz:Regional Asia China Guangdong Guangzhou


Memphis, Tennessee

musicians of the 1920s to be brought out of retirement, and given a new lease of recording life, by the folk blues revival of the 1960s. Delinquent to Supertramp Having finished school under the cloud of his delinquent activities he worked first for an ironmonger. In November 1886 his grandmother signed the papers for Davies to begin a five year apprenticeship to a local picture-frame maker. Davies never enjoyed the craft, however, and never settled into any regular work. He was a difficult and somewhat delinquent young man, and made repeated requests to his grandmother to lend him the money to sail to America. When these were all refused, he eventually left Newport, took casual work and started to travel. ''The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp'', published in 1908, covers his life in the USA between 1893 and 1899, and includes many adventures and characters from his travels as a drifter. During this period he crossed the Atlantic at least seven times working on cattle ships. He travelled through many of the States, sometimes begging, sometimes taking seasonal work, but often ending up spending any savings on a drinking spree with a fellow traveller. At one stage, on his way to Memphis, Tennessee, he lay alone in a swamp for three days and nights suffering from malaria. From there, he wrestled in Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee) and then in the NWA with moderate success before briefly going to Smoky Mountain Wrestling in early 1992 where he wrestled as "Hollywood" Bob Holly. death_date Six people, including two children, were found dead in a Memphis (w:Memphis, Tennessee), Tennessee home in the United States on Monday. Three wounded children were also found at the scene, a 7-year-old boy, a 10-month-old girl and a 4-year-old whose gender was not reported, were sent to Le Bonheur Children's Medical Center (w:Le Bonheur Children's Medical Center). Two were last reported in very critical condition, while the other was in serious condition.


Madrid

, but eventually found regular work and was able to send money back home. She was often in the tabloids (tabloid (newspaper format)) as the rumored girlfriend of the most famous bullfighter of the time, Manuel Benítez (El Cordobés). - 1987 Madrid, Spain Ralf Möller - - 5. 17 November 2007 Santiago Bernabéu (Santiago Bernabéu Stadium), Madrid, Spain


New Zealand

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Israel

of Remembrance for their casualties of war, so Israel decided not to participate at all. After Spain, the 2nd place winner of 1979, and reportedly the UK, refused to host, the Netherlands finally agreed to host the show in a small-scale production. According to Yair Lapid, son of Tommy Lapid who was then the IBA director general, Lapid called his counterpart at NOS and convinced him to take the "undesired honour", when he realised that the extra cost could paralyse the regular work of the IBA. Yair Lapid, "Memoires After my Death", Keter Books, Jerusalem 2010 (ISBN 978-965-07-1792-6), p. 239 (in Hebrew) The same arena in The Hague used for 1976 (Eurovision Song Contest 1976) - the Congresgebouw (World Forum Convention Center) - was chosen, with parts of the opening film from 1976 being reused in the introduction and the same set designer (Roland de Groot) taking charge of the design. For the first time since 1977 & 1978, there were no filmed postcards between the songs, with a guest presenter from each nation introducing the entries. NOS spent just US$725,000 on project. The '''Eurovision Song Contest 1979''' was the 24th Eurovision Song Contest and was held on 31 March 1979 in Jerusalem, Israel. The presenters were Daniel Pe'er and Yardena Arazi, and the event was staged at the International Convention Center (International Convention Center (Jerusalem)). Representing Israel, Gali Atari and Milk and Honey (Milk and Honey (artist)) were the winners of this Eurovision with the song, "Hallelujah (Hallelujah (Gali Atari and Milk & Honey song))". This was a second victory in a row for Israel, it was also their second victory in the contest. The '''Eurovision Song Contest 1979''' was the 24th Eurovision Song Contest and was held on 31 March 1979 in Jerusalem, Israel. The presenters were Daniel Pe'er and Yardena Arazi, and the event was staged at the International Convention Center (International Convention Center (Jerusalem)). Representing Israel, Gali Atari and Milk and Honey (Milk and Honey (artist)) were the winners of this Eurovision with the song, "Hallelujah (Hallelujah (Gali Atari and Milk & Honey song))". This was a second victory in a row for Israel, it was also their second victory in the contest. - STYLE "BACKGROUND:#FFDEAD;" 6 STYLE "BACKGROUND:#FFDEAD;" Israel STYLE "BACKGROUND:#FFDEAD;" Finland, Ireland, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, United Kingdom - End-times beliefs in Protestant Christianity vary widely. Christians premillennialists (premillennialism) who believe that the End Times are occurring now, are usually specific about timelines that climax in the end of the world (end of the world (religion)). For some, Israel, the European Union, or the United Nations are seen as major players whose roles are foretold in scriptures. Among dispensational premillennialists (dispensationalism) writers, there are those who believe that Christians will be supernaturally summoned to Heaven by Jesus in an event called the Rapture, which occurs before the biblical "Great Tribulation" prophesied in Matthew 24-25; Mark 13 and Luke 21. The Great Tribulation is also mentioned in the last book of the Bible — the book of Revelation. * Elijah would return and give priesthood keys (April 3, 1836). * The return of the Jews to Jerusalem and Israel, as dedicated by Orson Hyde on October 24, 1841 (first wave of Jewish immigration to Israel, or Aliyah (עלייה) started in 1881). * The building of a temple in Israel (this has not happened, although the building of the Third Temple is currently planned). * The return of the Jews to Jerusalem and Israel, as dedicated by Orson Hyde on October 24, 1841 (first wave of Jewish immigration to Israel, or Aliyah (עלייה) started in 1881). * The building of a temple in Israel (this has not happened, although the building of the Third Temple is currently planned). * The building of a temple in Zion, Jackson County, Missouri (this has not occurred, although the location is marked). In Israel, Moshe Ba'Teiva (Moses in the ark) is a children's dish consisting of a hot dog rolled in a ketchup-covered sheet of puff pastry or phyllo dough (phyllo) and baked. left thumb Stephen Bolsin (File:Stevebolsin.jpg) – exposed the Bristol paediatric cardiac surgery scandal Conscience played a major role in the actions by anaesthetist Stephen Bolsin to whistleblow (see list of whistleblowers) on incompetent paediatric cardiac surgeons at the Bristol Royal Infirmary. Commons:Category:Israel Wikipedia:Israel Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel


Soviet Union

Academy of Sciences . The telegram thanked the organizers for inviting Soviet mathematicians but said that they are unable to attend "being very much occupied with their regular work", and wished success to the congress' participants. Guillermo Curbera. Mathematicians of the World, Unite!: The International Congress of Mathematicians: A Human Endeavor. AK Peters, 2009. ISBN 1-56881-330-9; pp 149-150. Vavilov's message was seen as a hopeful sign for the future ICMs and the situation improved further after Joseph Stalin's death in 1953. The Soviet Union was represented by five mathematicians at the 1954 ICM in Amsterdam, and several other Eastern Bloc countries sent their representatives as well. In 1957 the USSR joined the International Mathematical Union and the participation in subsequent ICMs by the Soviet and other Eastern Bloc scientists has been mostly at normal levels. However, even after 1957, tensions between ICM organizers and the Soviet side persisted. Soviet mathematicians invited to attend the ICMs routinely experienced difficulties with obtaining exit visas from the Soviet Union and were often unable to come. Thus of the 41 invited speakers from the USSR for the 1974 ICM in Vancouver, only 20 actually arrived. Grigory Margulis, who was awarded the Fields Medal at 1978 ICM in Helsinki, was not granted an exit visa and was unable to attend the 1978 congress. Another, related, point of contention was the jurisdiction over Fields Medals for Soviet mathematicians. After 1978 the Soviet Union put forward a demand that the USSR Academy of Sciences approve all Soviet candidates for the Fields Medal, before it was awarded to them. Olli Lehto. Mathematics without borders: a history of the International Mathematical Union. Springer-Verlag, 1998. ISBN 0-387-98358-9; pp. 205-206 However, the IMU insisted that the decisions regarding invited speakers and Fields medalists be kept under exclusive jurisdiction of the ICM committees appointed for that purpose by the IMU. After the Partitions of Poland of 1795, the town was annexed by Imperial Russia. Occupied by Germany during the World War I, following the Polish-Bolshevik War it was handed to Poland under the terms of the Treaty of Riga and became a seat of a powiat within the Polesie Voivodship. During the Polish Defensive War (Invasion of Poland (1939)) of 1939 the town was the scene of heavy fighting between the Polish 60th Infantry Division of Colonel Adam Epler and the German XIX Panzer Corps of General Heinz Guderian. After three days of fighting the Poles withdrew southwards. Between 1939 and 1941 occupied by the Soviet Union, then until 1944 by Nazi Germany. During the latter period the majority of Jewish inhabitants were first amassed in a ghetto and then murdered by the Germans in their extermination camps. In 1945 the town was occupied once more by the USSR and attached to the Byelorussian SSR. Since 1991 it is a part of Belarus. Also during the 1930s, Dmitri was embroiled with the somewhat fascist Young Russian (in Russian: Союз Младороссов) movement around Alexander Kazembek (Alexander Kazembek (White émigré)), who was later found out to have been a possible Soviet (Soviet Union) agent provocateur - a thoroughly dishonourable affair. However, Dmitri reputedly rebuked later advances from Hitler to lead exiled Russian nobles within the German army against the Bolsheviks with the firm statement that nothing would induce him to fight against fellow Russians. However, at that time Dmitri was in no condition to fight at all any more. *Mali Federation - In 1959 formed by Senegal and French Sudan, both parts of French West Africa, as an independent nation. It fell apart in 1960 into Senegal and Mali. *Soviet Union or USSR - Formed after the Bolshevik Revolution in 1918, made up of several republics which have since become independent as Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Moldova, Belarus, Ukraine, Armenia, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Russia. * United Provinces of Central America (History of Central America) . (1823-1839) Novikov was born in Gorky (Nizhny Novgorod), Soviet Union (now Nizhny Novgorod, Russia). Seversk was a secret city in the Soviet Union until President Boris Yeltsin decreed in 1992 that such cities could use their historical names. The town appeared on no official maps until then. As it was the tradition with Soviet towns containing secret facilities, Tomsk-7 is actually a post office box number and implied that the place was located some distance from the city of Tomsk. In most cases their destinations were underpopulated remote areas (see Forced settlements in the Soviet Union). This includes deportations to the Soviet Union of non-Soviet citizens from countries outside the USSR. It has been estimated that, in their entirety, ''internal forced migrations'' affected some 6 million people. Wikipedia:Post-Soviet states commons:Союз Советских Социалистических Республик


Germany

'''Oskar Korschelt''' (September 18, 1853 in Berthelsdorf - July 4, 1940 in Leipzig; some sources erroneously give him the name '''Oscar''' or '''Otto''') was a German chemist and engineer who introduced the Asian strategy board game of Go (Go (board game)) to Europe, especially to Germany and Austria. History The meatloaf has European origins; meatloaf of minced (Mincing) meat was mentioned in the famous Roman cookery collection ''Apicius'' as early as the 5th century. newcitychicago Meatloaf is a traditional German (Germany) and Belgian (Belgium) dish, and it is a cousin to the Dutch (Netherlands) meatball. American meatloaf Meatloaf history in US has its origins in scrapple, a mixture of ground pork and cornmeal served by German-Americans in Pennsylvania since Colonial times (Colonial_history_of_the_United_States). ref name "Meatloaf


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