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Virginia-Highland

was discontinued in 2010. Noted residents Noted residents of Virginia Highland, past and present, include: * Margaret Edson, 1999 Pulitzer Prize winner for the play ''Wit (Wit (play))'', as of February 2012 a social-studies teacher at Inman Middle School References


Masvingo

'''Masvingo''' is a city in Southeastern Zimbabwe and the capital of Masvingo province. Understand Get in Buses to Masvingo leave when full from Harare's Mbare bus station, cost about $7 and take about five hours. You can also potentially get one of the "luxury" buses between Johannesburg and Harare's Roadport to drop you off, but this will be much more expensive and is unlikely to work in the other direction. Minibuses to from Bulawayo cost about $8 and take 4.5 to 5 hours. In Masvingo, transport to from both Harare and Bulawayo arrives departs from


Bobo-Dioulasso

West African Centre for Economic and Social Studies is a college intended as the first piece of development of the second university of the country. Landmarks thumb right 250px Bobo Dioulasso Grand Mosque (Image:Moschee von Bobo-Dioulasso.jpg) The city features historic buildings reflecting its complex past: *Bobo-Dioulasso Old Mosque, possibly the largest example of Sudano-Sahelian architecture in the country, built in 1880 according to some, 1893 according to others as a part of political agreement between the king of Sya and Islamic religious leader Almamy Sidiki Sanou, Wikipedia:Bobo-Dioulasso Commons:Category:Bobo-Dioulasso


Vidin

, Kostas Theologou & Panayotis G. Michaelides, 2010, Routledge, pp. 316-317. Jewish social studies, Conference on Jewish Social Studies (U.S.), Indiana University Press, 1945, p. 323

fluently. He studied at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, but did not graduate, becoming rather a teacher in Plovdiv. Here Benaroya became a member of the Bulgarian Social Democratic Workers Party (Broad Socialists) and published in Bulgarian (Bulgarian language) his work ''The Jewish Question and Social Democracy''. The Socialist Federation of Saloniki, J Starr - Jewish Social Studies, 1945 - JSTOR After


Libertyville, Illinois

Theological Seminary now in Crestwood, New York. After her divorce when Tom was one year old, she and her son moved to Libertyville, Illinois, a small suburb north of Chicago (Chicago, Illinois) in 1965. She took a job at Libertyville High School teaching social studies and US history. In 1987, she quit her teaching job after 22 years, and founded Parents For Rock And Rap ref name


Biratnagar

secondary school *Sirjana Gyankunja Higher Secondary School *Mills Madhyamik Viddyalaya, Biratnagar-20 *Gautam Buddha Higher Secondary School *Arniko Higher Secondary School *Bal Kalyan Vidya Mandir Secondary School bkvm http: WWW.bkvmschool.com *Bhanu Memorial English Boarding School *Birat Science Campus *Budhanilakantha Boarding School *Birat College of Management *College of Business and Social Studies College *DAV College (Dedraj Sewali


Hopkins, Minnesota

accessdate 25 November 2013 * Thomas Forbes – Engineer, inventor - Conceived uses for gyroscopes to stabilize ships, toys, and other uses including patents used in aircraft auto pilots. Invented an automatic toaster and electric blanket controls. * William E. Gardner, PhD – Educator Historian - Professor of secondary education, chairman of the department, and dean at the University of Minnesota. Authored a number of books and articles in the area of education, history and social studies. * Harley


Nashua, New Hampshire

2008 publisher ''University of Nebraska-Lincoln: College of Education and Human Sciences'' accessdate 2009-01-10 Grants in her name, honoring innovative teachers, are provided by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities and the National Council for the Social Studies.

2009-01-23 *North America: :*USA: Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona) and Goodyear (Goodyear, Arizona), AZ; Middletown (Middletown, Delaware) (Coming around September 2012)


Karlstad

training programmes, 20 programme extensions and 800 courses within humanities, social studies, science, technology, teaching, health care and arts. As of today, it has approximately 12,500 students and 1,200 employees. Its university press is named Karlstad University Press. On 7 July 1905 the union was unilaterally dissolved (Dissolution of the Union between Sweden and Norway) by the Norwegian parliament following the adoption of legislation to establish


Plovdiv

;redir_esc y Jewish social studies, Conference on Jewish Social Studies (U.S.), Indiana University Press, 1945, p. 323 The Dönme: Jewish converts, Muslim revolutionaries, and secular Turks, Marc David Baer, Stanford University Press, 2010, ISBN 0804768684, p. 90 Salonica, City of Ghosts: Christians, Muslims and Jews 1430-1950, Mark Mazower, Vintage, 2006, ISBN 0375727388, p. 269. He was raised in Vidin by a family of small merchants. Socialism and nationalism in the Ottoman Empire, 1876-1923, Mete Tunçay, Erik Jan Zürcher, British Academic Press in association with the International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, 1994, p. 60. WikiPedia:Plovdiv Dmoz:Regional Europe Bulgaria Localities Plovdiv Commons:Category:Plovdiv


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