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Adapazarı

, he became the editor of the Kurdish (Kurdish language) newspaper ''Jîyan'' and in 1932 he was promoted to the post of Manager. In 1938, he changed the name of the newspaper to ''Jîn'', and continued publishing it until 1950. He is also credited for the establishment of the first private Kurdish school in Kurdistan called ''Qutabxaney Zanistî'' (Scientific School). thumb right 250px A beach in Cebeci village, Kandıra. (File:Cebeci Sahil.jpg) '''Kandıra''' is a town and district


Trakai

;ref name "bardach223" Lithuanian scientific school The Lithuanian scientific school asserts that he was born near Raseiniai in Samogitia. Lietuviškoji tarybinė enciklopedija. 1983 T.1 p.166 The family, which was relatively poor, bore the Ostoja Coat of Arms Tadeusz Nowak "''Kazimierz Siemienowicz, ca.1600-ca.1651''", MON Press, Warsaw 1969, p.182 with military service traditions in the Grand Duchy. In a book dedication, he refers to himself as a ''Lietuvos bajoras'' (Lithuanian nobleman (Lithuanian nobility)). Encyclopedia Lituanica. Boston, 1970-1978, Vol.5 p.147 Wikipedia:Trakai commons:Trakai


Saint John, New Brunswick

http: www.aou.org title The American Ornithologists' Union In 1888 Chamberlain became a resident member and editor for the Nuttall Ornithological Club, and a founding member of the American Ornithologists' Union. After quitting the grocery business, he became the assistant secretary of the Harvard Corporation in 1889 and the secretary of the Lawrence Scientific School in 1893. New Brunswick *Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) - CFBC (AM) CFBC


Huntsville, Alabama

and graduated in 1895 from the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University. His early employment as a furnace helper for the Carnegie Steel Company was brief, as he joined Roosevelt (Theodore Roosevelt)'s Rough Riders in the Spanish-American War. After earning a Silver Star for his courageous service at the Battle of San Juan Hill, he was recommended for promotion to brevet captain (Captain (land)#Army) by Colonel Roosevelt. *Tuscaloosa, Alabama to Atlanta, Georgia


Warsaw

Batory University in Vilna, then at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. He spent the last part of his life in Vilnius. Lithuanian scientific school The Lithuanian scientific school asserts that he was born near Raseiniai in Samogitia. Lietuviškoji tarybinė enciklopedija. 1983 T.1 p.166 The family, which was relatively poor, bore the Ostoja Coat of Arms Tadeusz Nowak "''Kazimierz Siemienowicz, ca.1600-ca.1651''", MON Press, Warsaw 1969, p.182 with military service traditions in the Grand Duchy. In a book dedication, he refers to himself as a ''Lietuvos bajoras'' (Lithuanian nobleman (Lithuanian nobility)). Encyclopedia Lituanica. Boston, 1970-1978, Vol.5 p.147 WikiPedia:Warsaw Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland Voivodships Mazovia Warszawa Commons:Category:Warsaw


Cleveland

in Detroit (Detroit, Michigan), the son of John Stoughton Newberry (a U.S. Representative from Michigan) and his second wife, Helen P. Handy, the daughter of Truman P. Handy, a well known financier and banker in Cleveland. Newberry attended Michigan Military Academy before graduating from Yale College (Yale University)'s Sheffield Scientific School, where he was a member of St. Anthony Hall, in 1885. He became superintendent of construction, paymaster, general freight


Venezuela

of government light bulbs. http: www.venelogia.com archivos 3018 Conover was born in Chicago and studied at the Sheffield Scientific School in Yale. He had an interest in natural history from an early age, and collected bird specimens. In 1920, he travelled to Venezuela with Wilfred Hudson Osgood on a collecting trip for the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago. They returned to South America in 1922, visiting Chile and Argentina. In 1926


Switzerland

the RMS ''Adriatic'' (RMS Adriatic) nationality Switzerland, United States field Chemistry, engineering Biography Agassiz was born in Neuchâtel, Switzerland and emigrated to the United States with his father in 1849. He graduated from Harvard University in 1855, subsequently studying engineering and chemistry, and taking the degree of bachelor of science at the Lawrence scientific school of the same institution in 1857; and in 1859 became an assistant in the United States Coast Survey. *1988 – The commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


Berlin

Times date March 19, 1899 accessdate 2010-07-28 He later studied geology and mineralogy in the Sheffield Scientific School, New Haven, and afterwards paleontology and anatomy in Berlin, Heidelberg and Breslau. He returned to the United States in 1866 and was appointed professor of vertebrate paleontology at Yale University. He persuaded his uncle George Peabody to establish the Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale. Early life


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