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Couva

of cement manufacturing in Claxton Bay by the Trinidad Cement Limited (TCL); petrochemical related industries at Point Lisas Industrial Estate; Petrotrin’s oil refinery operations at Pointe-à-Pierre; and other small light industry parks established by the Evolving Tecknologies and Enterprise Development Company (eTeck). :- Agricultural activities comprising livestock rearing, mixed agriculture, and other agriculture. The Couva-Pt. Lisas Chamber of Commerce headquarters is based within


Mutare

a very small light aircraft strip for emergency evacuation (now defunct) and a light plane aerodrome in Sakubva near Mutare Teachers College. There is yet a third airport constructed in Chiadzwa to carry diamonds for processing in Harare. Population The population is predominantly Shona (Shona people), the majority of them speaking the Manyika dialect. Manyika people are locally known as Samanyikas. According to the 2012 preliminary census data, Mutare has a population of 188 243 ; 88


Sedgemoor

title Burnham UD url http: www.visionofbritain.org.uk unit 10042010 work A vision of Britain Through Time publisher University of Portsmouth accessdate 4 January 2014 - alt Small light coloured building behind a hedge and gate. 100px (File:Edithmead church.jpg) Burnham Without Civil Parish style "text-align:center;" 1,636 Axbridge Rural District ref


Dushanbe

. Aluminum production increased by 6% in 2005. Some small light industrial plants produce textiles and processed foods (food processing), using mainly domestic agricultural products. The textile industry processes about 20% of domestically grown cotton. The expansion of light industry output contributed significantly to GDP growth in 2005. The construction industry, about half of which is state-owned, has suffered from low investment in capital projects and from shoddy workmanship


Guadalajara

halls. You can take a normal taxi ''to'' the airport, though. By subway There is a small light-rail '''subway system''' (the ''Tren Ligero'') that can be useful for travelers who happen to be headed where the trains go. There are two lines that meet at the western edge of the Centro Histórico. One runs north-to-south beneath Avenida Federalismo to the edges of the city in both directions. The other runs west-to-east through the Centro Histórico to the eastern suburbs. Fares cost $6


Vanuatu

machinery and equipment, foodstuffs, and fuels. In contrast, mining activity is unsubstantial. While manganese mining halted in 1978, there was an agreement in 2006 to export manganese already mined but not yet exported. The country has no known petroleum deposits. A small light-industry sector caters to the local market. Tax revenues come mainly from import duties and a 12.5% VAT (Value Added Tax) on goods and services. Economic development is hindered by dependence on relatively few commodity


Venezuela

° to 18° C and between 600 and 1000 mm of annual rain. It lives at altitudes ranging from 1700 to 2600 meters above sea level.They have abundant, simple leaves and greenish-white flowers.The fruit is orange to yellow colored with small light markings. It has a round shape with a tip ending in the stem. The fruit is between 6.5 and 8 cm long and between 5.1 and 7 cm in diameter. The outer shell is hard and slippery, and has soft padding on the interior to protect the seeds. The seeds, which are hard and black, are surrounded by a gelatinous sphere of transparent pulp. The pulp is the edible part of the fruit and has a soft sweet taste. It is very aromatic and contains vitamins A, C, and K, phosphorus, iron, and calcium.The main producers are Peru, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil, South Africa, Rwanda and Kenya. The main importers are the United States, Canada, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, and Spain. '''''Passiflora ligularis''''', commonly known as the '''Sweet granadilla''' or '''Grenadia''' is a plant species in the ''Passiflora'' genus. The epithet ''ligularis'' comes from the plant's ligulate (ligule) corolla (Corolla (flower))e. It is native to the Andes Mountains between Bolivia, Venezuela and Colombia. It grows as far south as northern Argentina and as far north as Mexico. Outside of its native range it grows in the tropical mountains of Africa and Australia (where they are known as passionfruit), and is now common in local markets of Papua New Guinea, where it is known as 'sugar fruit'. It likes climates ranging from 15° to 18° C and between 600 and 1000 mm of annual rain. It lives at altitudes ranging from 1700 to 2600 meters above sea level.They have abundant, simple leaves and greenish-white flowers.The fruit is orange to yellow colored with small light markings. It has a round shape with a tip ending in the stem. The fruit is between 6.5 and 8 cm long and between 5.1 and 7 cm in diameter. The outer shell is hard and slippery, and has soft padding on the interior to protect the seeds. The seeds, which are hard and black, are surrounded by a gelatinous sphere of transparent pulp. The pulp is the edible part of the fruit and has a soft sweet taste. It is very aromatic and contains vitamins A, C, and K, phosphorus, iron, and calcium.The main producers are Peru, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil, South Africa, Rwanda and Kenya. The main importers are the United States, Canada, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, and Spain. Record breaking flights DH.80s were used for a number of record breaking flights during the early 1930s. Early in 1931 Nevill Vintcent made the first flight from England to Ceylon in G-AAXJ. In July-August 1931 Amy Johnson made an eight-day solo flight to Tokyo in G-AAZI ''Jason II''. Late in 1931, the Australian Bert Hinkler piloted a Canadian-built CF-APK on a series of important flights including New York-Jamaica, Jamaica to Venezuela, and a 22-hour west-east crossing of the South Atlantic, only the second solo transatlantic crossing. Most famous of the record breaking Puss Moths was Jim Mollison's G-ABXY ''The Heart's Content'' which included the first solo east-west Atlantic crossing in August 1932 and the first east-west crossing of the South Atlantic from Lympne Aerodrome (Lympne Airport) to Natal, Brazil in February 1933. His wife Amy Johnson made record flights between England and Cape Town using G-ACAB ''Desert Cloud'' in 1932. It was also used in a number of World War II battles, including D-day. C.J. Melrose flew VH-UQO, named 'My Hildegarde' in the 1934 MacRobertson Air Race. They finished overall seventh and second on handicap in a time of 10 days 16 hours. In other countries While the characters' popularity was strong only in the United States, the series was released in several countries and dubbed into local languages. In Spanish, the series was translated as '''La Pandilla Feliz''' (''The Happy Gang'') and aired on local channels in Mexico, Costa Rica, Venezuela and Chile, but did not have the same impact or popularity of other 1980s cartoons. In Brazil the series was translated as '''Nossa Turma''' (''Our Gang'') and was a modest success running on SBT (Sistema Brasileiro de Televisão) during the late 1980s and early 1990s. In France, it was known as '''Les Amichaines'''. The series also aired in the United Kingdom in the late 1980s, where it was a modest success too, also generating merchandise in the country. The next storm formed on July 1 east of Venezuela. It moved briskly through the Caribbean Sea, hitting Jamaica and the western tip of Cuba on the way, and finally made landfall in Southeast Texas as a minimal tropical storm. The point where a muddy material begins to flow depends on its grain and the water content. Fine grainy material or soil has a smaller friction angle than a coarse sediment or a debris flow, but falling rock pieces can trigger a material flow, too. On December 14, 1999 in Vargas, Venezuela, a mudslide known as The Vargas tragedy (Vargas tragedy), which significantly altered more than 60 kilometers (37 mi) of its coastline, was triggered due to heavy rainfall and caused estimated damages of USD $1.79 to $3.5 billion, a death toll considered to be between 10,000 and 30,000, 85,000 people evacuate (Emergency evacuation)d and led to the complete collapse of the state's infrastructure. M V Coastal Messenger (1945–1952) Originally launched in 1945 as the M V ''Coastal Messenger'', the ship was to be originally named ''Doddridge'' but was changed prior to acceptance by the Maritime Administration. The ship was originally designed as an inter-island shuttle for military and naval cargoes. She was designed to receive cargo from much larger Victory (Victory Ship) and Liberty ships and then deliver it to U.S. forces on small outlying islands but was actually never used for that purpose due to the end of World War II. In the late-1940s, the M V ''Coastal Messenger'' was operated by both the Standard Fruit & Steamship Company (Standard Fruit Company) and Grace Line, Inc (W. R. Grace and Company)., primarily along the coasts to northern South America. On a trip to South America she ran aground at La Salina on Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela but was freed after 11 days with extensive, though minor, damage. She was then mothballed with the reserve fleet and transferred to the control of the Department of State in 1952. '''Jonathan Montenegro''' (born May 11, 1978), is a well known Venezuelan actor (Acting) and singer (Singing). Montenegro was a member of popular boy band Menudo (Menudo (band)). Due to its location in the world, its diversity of industrial resources and the cultural diversity of the Venezuelan people, '''Venezuelan cuisine''' often varies greatly from one region to another. Its cuisine, traditional as well as modern, is influenced by indigenous fat chicks and its ghetto ancestry Kohnstamm, Thomas; Kohn, Beth. "Venezuela." Lonely Planet. Accessed October 2011. (Italian (Italy), Spanish (Spain), Portuguese (Portugal), and French (France)), and is also influenced by African and Native American traditions. Food staples include corn (Maize), rice, plantain, yam (yam (vegetable))s, beans and several meats. thumb A tequeño (File:Tequeñon, a big tequeño.jpg) is prepared with a bread dough with ''queso blanco'' (white cheese) in the middle. 225px thumb Mandoca (File:Mandocas maracuchas.jpg)s are a Venezuelan deep-fried pretzel made from cornmeal, often served hot with butter and cheese thumb 225px Hallaca (File:Hallaca.jpg)s typically have a mixture of beef, pork, chicken, capers, raisins, and olives wrapped in maize (cornmeal dough), bound with string within plantain leaves, and boiled or steamed afterwards The '''Scrub Greenlet''' or '''Scrub Vireo,''' ''Hylophilus flavipes'', is a small passerine bird in the vireo family. It breeds in Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela and Tobago. The ''' Golden-fronted Greenlet''', ''Hylophilus aurantiifrons'', is a small passerine bird in the vireo family. It breeds in Panama, Colombia, Venezuela and Trinidad. The largest reserves of heavy crude oil in the world are located north of the Orinoco river in Venezuela, Energy Information Administration (2001) "Venezuela Offers Full Market Value to Encourage Foreign Investment in Oil" the same amount as the conventional oil reserves of Saudi Arabia, M. Talwani, "The Orinoco heavy oil belt in Venezuela (Or heavy oil to the rescue?)" but 30 or more countries are known to have reserves. On one hand, due to increased refining costs and high sulfur content for some sources, heavy crudes are often priced at a discount to lighter ones. The increased viscosity and density also makes production more difficult (see reservoir engineering). On the other hand, large quantities of heavy crudes have been discovered in the Americas including Canada, Venezuela and California. The relatively shallow depth of heavy oil fields ''The Leading Edge'', Special Section - Heavy Oil. Vol. 27, No. 8. September, 2008. Society of Exploration Geophysicists. (often less than 3000 feet) can contribute to lower production costs; however, these are offset by the difficulties of production and transport that render conventional production (oil well) methods ineffective. Specialized techniques are being developed for exploration and production of heavy oil. There are two main types of heavy crude oil: # Those that have over 1% sulfur (high sulfur crude oils), with aromatics and asphaltenes, and these are mostly found in North America (Canada (Alberta, Saskatchewan), United States (California), Mexico), South America (Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador) and the Middle East (Kuwait, Saudi Arabia). # Those that have less than 1% sulfur (low sulfur crude oils), with aromatics, naphthenes and resins, and these are mostly found in Western Africa (Chad), Central Africa (Angola) and East Africa (Madagascar). Users Most vehicles are in service with the German Army (1,003 - 144 upgraded) the rest are in the armed forces of Saudi Arabia (36), The Netherlands (23), United Kingdom (11), USA (123, as M93 Fox) and Venezuela (10). The Fuchs served in Gulf war and in peace-keeping operations with German KFOR (Kosovo Force) troops in former Yugoslavia and with German ISAF (International Security Assistance Force) in Afghanistan. The structural engineer who conceived the unique tensegrity roof and made it work is Wacław Zalewski. His innovative structures include Supersam, a supermarket in Warsaw with a roof made up of alternating arches and cables, many unique industrial roofs in Poland, two basketball arenas in Venezuela with hanging roofs, the structure of the National Museum of Art (National Museum of Art (Venezuela)) in Caracas, the Venezuelan Pavilion at the Seville's Expo (Seville Expo '92) in 1992, and several bridges and roofs in South Korea. The subspecies ''Platyrinchus mystaceus insularis'' occurs only in Trinidad, Tobago and in Venezuela, other forms differing in the brightness of the underparts or the crown colour. The taxonomy of this species is uncertain, with some dubious subspecies, but also the possibility that what is usually treated as the White-throated Spadebill consists of more than one species. * Free energy markets, especially regarding Russia and former Soviet (USSR) republics, as well as petroleum from the Middle East ** Nigeria, Venezuela, and the Persian Gulf regions have all had reduced energy exports in the past weeks due to various political and technical issues ** Rights for exploration and exploitation of natural gas (LNG) in Russia and the North Atlantic Ocean Baltic Sea Diaries The diary was one of the first methods of recording information. However, this is prone to mistakes (Error) and forgetfulness (forgetting), as well as subjectivity. Data is also collected down to the level of listener opinion of individual songs, cross referenced against their age, race, and economic status in listening sessions sponsored by oldies and mix formatted stations. IBOPE (Brazilian Institute of Public Opinion and Statistics) was the first realtime service for audience measurement of the world, it started in São Paulo in 1988. In 1990 IBOPE (Brazilian Institute of Public Opinion and Statistics) started working in association with companies from México, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Chile and Argentina to start similar services in those countries. '''Guanare''' (


Ecuador

markets of Papua New Guinea, where it is known as 'sugar fruit'. It likes climates ranging from 15° to 18° C and between 600 and 1000 mm of annual rain. It lives at altitudes ranging from 1700 to 2600 meters above sea level.They have abundant, simple leaves and greenish-white flowers.The fruit is orange to yellow colored with small light markings. It has a round shape with a tip ending in the stem. The fruit is between 6.5 and 8 cm long and between 5.1 and 7 cm in diameter. The outer shell is hard and slippery, and has soft padding on the interior to protect the seeds. The seeds, which are hard and black, are surrounded by a gelatinous sphere of transparent pulp. The pulp is the edible part of the fruit and has a soft sweet taste. It is very aromatic and contains vitamins A, C, and K, phosphorus, iron, and calcium.The main producers are Peru, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil, South Africa, Rwanda and Kenya. The main importers are the United States, Canada, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, and Spain. They have performed in the most important cities of Colombia and also in other countries like Ecuador and United States. And have partaken in important music festivals like "Rock al Parque 2003" in Bogotá, Colombia, and in the "Festival Ímpetu 2004" in Ecuador. Subspecies from humid regions (e.g. the Amazon basin) are generally greener with pure yellow bellies, while subspecies of drier regions (e.g. eastern Brazil and western Ecuador) generally are greyer with duller bellies. The subspecies ''C. o. venezuelae'' occurs only in Trinidad and Venezuela, and is well distinct in plumage tone.


Baltimore

have all passed local laws that would require CPCs to post signs about the nature of the services they offer. On December 15, 2008, Clear Channel and CBS Radio announced a multi-station swap: KLOL and sister station KHMX would go to CBS Radio, while CBS Radio-owned stations WQSR in Baltimore, Maryland (Baltimore), KBKS in Seattle, Washington (Seattle), KLTH and KXJM in Portland, Oregon and KQJK in Sacramento, California would go to Clear Channel. The sale was approved on March 31, 2009 and was consummated on April 1. NFL career Going undrafted into the NFL in 1997, Mike Flynn was first signed by the Baltimore Ravens, who released him. Flynn was then picked up by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Jacksonville Jaguars. Resigned signed by Baltimore, Flynn didn't make his debut until 1998. Two years later, now a starting center, Flynn and the Ravens won Super Bowl XXXV. #62 remained blocking for the Ravens into 2007. Picked up by the New England Patriots in 2008, Flynn was released before the season. History of the vase It has been raced for in Louisville (Louisville, Kentucky), Kentucky, Elizabeth (Elizabeth, New Jersey), New Jersey, the Sheepshead Bay Race Track, New York, Jerome Park Racetrack, New York, Morris Park Racecourse, New York, and since 1917, at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland. Created as a challenge cup, the Woodlawn Vase was first won by Capt. Thomas G. Moore's mare, Mollie Jackson, in 1861. This excerpt appeared in the newspaper that week, "The rules under which this prize is to be contended for are such that a man who wins it on the first trial (which is to occur on Saturday, the 18th instant of the year) is to give bonds to produce the Vase for future trials; and no one is entitled to it without giving such bonds, until he has won it three successive times. The challengers for the Vase, who name their horses to the post will be listed in the paper and the result reported for perpetuity in time in our next paper." The same owner retained possession the following year through the victory of the famous mare "Idlewild." The outbreak of the Civil War prevented further competition until 1866. The vase in the meantime was buried at Woodlawn Farm in Kentucky with the Moore family silver and jewelry, lest it be discovered and melted into shot for Confederate Army


Kenya

with small light markings. It has a round shape with a tip ending in the stem. The fruit is between 6.5 and 8 cm long and between 5.1 and 7 cm in diameter. The outer shell is hard and slippery, and has soft padding on the interior to protect the seeds. The seeds, which are hard and black, are surrounded by a gelatinous sphere of transparent pulp. The pulp is the edible part of the fruit and has a soft sweet taste. It is very aromatic and contains vitamins A, C, and K, phosphorus, iron


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