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Canadian Wheat Board

the precise amount up to judges on a case by case basis. . Retrieved on 2008-07-04 It also passed with Liberal support, as MLA Ed Gibbons said that it ''"really makes a lot of sense"''. Another 1998


Swift Current

of Swift Current from Transport Canada in 1996. Airport services were then contracted out. There have been recent (2005–2006) plans to expand and revitalize the airport alongside the rural municipalities surrounding Swift Current. Swift Current is sometimes known as "Speedy Creek", "Swift", or "Swifty". Swift Current's official slogan is "Where Life Makes Sense." Landmarks File:Lyric Theatre Swift Current.JPG thumb left Lyric Theatre in downtown


Dammam

. Dammam was immediately chosen for its vicinity to the island of Bahrain as the clan hoped to head back there soon, but the British rule in the region made it very hard for them to move in every sense (''"divide et impera"'') so they finally realized they had to settle there for good. Years later, Sheikh Ahmed's brother moved south where he and his family settled in Al Khobar, which by that time was already inhabited. However this tiny episode gave to Khobar a population boost


Colchis

applied to the Land of Israel in the wider sense." and


Suva

the colour ''yellow'' for their campaign because it represented hope, life, and good sense. ''"Car and business owners, villagers and residents are encouraged to tie a yellow ribbon on their car, their boat, around a tree, on their door and anywhere it can be seen,"'' Ganilau declared. She expressed the hope that parliamentarians would vote according to their conscience, rather than along party (List of political parties in Fiji) lines. Attorney-General Qoriniasi Bale On 16 June, Attorney-General Qoriniasi Bale declared that the fate of the government was linked to the passage of the bill. ''"If the Bill goes down, the Government goes down with it,"'' Bale told a public meeting in Suva. At the same meeting, however, Jale Baba, National Director of the ruling United Fiji Party (Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua), denied that the legislation was being pushed for electoral reasons, saying that politically speaking, it was not advantageous to the government which was, he claimed, promoting it on principle, not for political gain. * Nationalist Vanua Tako Lavo Party (Nationalist Vanua Tako Lavo Party (Fiji)) General Secretary Iliesa Duvuloco said on 10 June that his party strongly supported the bill, and announced plans for a march through the streets of Suva. Leaders of the Nationalist Party have been imprisoned for coup-related offences. He was joined on 8 July by Soane Nakuna and Soane Tobewaqiri, both unsuccessful candidates for the party in the parliamentary election (Fijian general election, 2001) of 2001. People opposed to the bill did not know the true meaning of reconciliation, they said. ''"These people should go and read the Gospel according to Matthew from chapters five to seven if they want know the true and correct interpretation of reconciliation,"'' Tobewaqiri said. He said the Fiji Law Society, which strongly opposed the bill, was a stumbling block to reconciliation. He also said that chiefs involved in the 2000 coup may have had the best of intentions, saying that they had a right to leadership. * The women's organization ''Soqosoqo Vakamarama i Taukei'' endorsed the bill on 21 July, according to Adi Finau Tabakaucoro (Finau Tabakaucoro), a representative from Tailevu. Speaking in the Suva suburb of Nabua, Tabakaucoro disassociated herself from the anti-bill stand of the National Council of Women (q.v.), and said that the decision of the ''Soqosoqo Vakamarama'' to support the bill had been unanimous, a claim that appeared to contradict earlier statements opposing the bill by spokeswoman Ravesi Johnson on 26 May, as well as the presence at the meeting of Adi Koila Nailatikau (Koila Nailatikau), an avowed opponent of the legislation. Fua WikiPedia:Suva Commons:Category:Suva


Ashkelon

that Herodotus does call the "whole land by the name of the coastal strip."..."It is believed that Herodotus visited Palestine in the fifth decade of the fifth century B.C."..."In the earliest Classical literature references to Palestine generally applied to the Land of Israel in the wider sense." and


Fuzhou

known in Singapore as simply "Hokkien" (福建话). In this sense, "Hokkiens" has excluded other people of Fujian provinces such as Fuzhou, Putian etc. The Hockchew (Fuzhou 福州人) and Hockchia (福清人) originated from Northeastern Fujian province and Southern Zhejiang province of China. They spoke various Eastern Min (Min Dong) languages. '''China National Highway 104''' ('''G104''') runs from Beijing to Fuzhou via Jinan, Xuzhou


CityRail

being widely criticised for poor reliability and safety. CityRail is also enormously expensive. RailCorp requires a government subsidy of close to $1.8 billion a year, approximately 5% of the state budget and more than three times what it collects in fares. "There is an overwhelming sense," the report concluded, "that CityRail does not promote a real commitment to quality, customer focus and a service culture." On-time running improved after new timetables were introduced


Olympia, Washington

-Intelligencer publisher Hearst Corporation During high school and college, he studied painting and sculpture at the Museum Art School (Portland Art Museum) in Portland (Portland, Oregon), and his first job after college was at Will Vinton Productions, a clay-animation house. Originally, Bartlett intended to become a painter "in the 19th-century sense", but became interested in animated films during a trip to Italy. ref name


Tallinn

, President Rüütel (Arnold Rüütel), said, "In his nine years as head of state, Meri both restored the presidency and built up the Republic of Estonia in the widest sense." Finnish President Tarja Halonen stated, "The Finnish nation lost in Lennart Meri a close and sincere friend and the world, a great statesman who was one of the leading architects of the post-Cold War world." Latvian President Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga said, "the world has lost a great Estonian


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