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Madawaska County, New Brunswick

side attend French-speaking (French language) school while their American counterparts are taught mainly in English (English language). '''Saint-André''' (2011 pop.: 819) is a Canadian (Canada) village in Madawaska County (Madawaska County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick. New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Saint-André '''Saint-François-de-Madawaska''' (2011 pop.: 533) is a Canadian (Canada) village in Madawaska County (Madawaska County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick. New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Saint-François-de-Madawaska '''Saint-Hilaire''' (2006 population: 231) is a Canadian (Canada) village in Madawaska County (Madawaska County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick. New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Saint-Hilaire '''Saint-Léonard''' (2011 population: 1,343) is a Canadian (Canada) town in Madawaska County (Madawaska County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick. New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Saint-Léonard It is located on the east bank of the Saint John River (Saint John River (New Brunswick)) opposite Van Buren, Maine, to which it is connected via the Saint Leonard-Van Buren Bridge. The town's economy is driven by potato farming and a J.D. Irving Limited sawmill. Saint-Léonard is officially bilingual but it is predominantly a Francophone community. It has a single school, École Grande-Riviere. Saint-Léonard was once a popular town during Prohibition in the United States as it was easy to smuggle alcohol to Van Buren. '''Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska''' (2006 population: 1,073) is a Canadian (Canada) town in Madawaska County (Madawaska County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick. New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska


Office québécois de la langue française

;Statistics Canada: 2006 Census Different laws ensure the preservation of French in administration, business and education since the 1970s. Bill 101, for example, obliges every child whose parents did not attend an English-speaking school to be educated in French, thus preventing English or non-Francophone languages supplanting French in Quebec, as is mostly the case in North America. Efforts are also made, by the ''Office québécois de la langue française'' for instance, to make more uniform the variation of French spoken in Quebec as well as to preserve the distinctiveness of Quebec French.


Seinäjoki

Portuguese father. From her early life she was multicultural; she spent the first nine years of her life in Sweden, then she and her family moved to Africa where she attended a Swedish-speaking school. As a result she speaks four languages fluently: Finnish, English, Portuguese and Swedish. European Championships (2002 European Championships in Wrestling) Seinäjoki, Finland Seniors * Line 3: Helsinki–Tampere * Line 6: Helsinki–Tampere–Seinäjoki–Oulu (Oulu railway station)–Kolari (Kolari railway station) (Tampere-Seinäjoki railway, Seinäjoki–Oulu railway, Oulu–Tornio railway and Kolari railway) * Line 7: Helsinki–Tampere–Seinäjoki–Oulu–Kemijärvi (Kemijärvi railway station) * 2001 World Championships in Patras, Greece - bronze (97 kg * 2002 European Championships in Seinäjoki, Finland - 14th (96 kg * 2002 World Championships in Moscow, Russia - gold (96 kg * '''EFIK''' – Kiikala Airport – Kiikala * '''EFIL''' (SJY) – Seinäjoki Airport – Seinäjoki Ilmajoki * '''EFIM''' – Immola Airport – Immola SeAMK Seinäjoki, Ilmajoki, Kurikka, Kauhajoki, Kauhava, Ähtäri WikiPedia:Seinäjoki Dmoz:Regional Europe Finland Western Finland Localities Seinäjoki Commons:Category:Seinäjoki


Al Ain

, Abu Dhabi's education authority. Many of Al-`Ain's private schools, catering mainly to the expatriate population, are located in the Al-Manaseer area. They include Al Ain International school ( British curriculum, private school, part of the Aldar group ), Al Ain English Speaking School, Al Dhafra Private School, Manor Hall School, Al Sanawbar School, Liwa International School, Al Madar International School, Global English School, Emirates Private School, a branch of the International


Colón, Panama

of Spanish being spoken by her son, Headley's mother took him to Jamaica so he could be educated in an English-speaking school. Lawrence, p. 7. ''Tusk'' completed her shakedown cruise in the southern Atlantic with a round of goodwill visits to Latin American ports. She called at Rio de Janeiro and Bahia (Salvador, Bahia) in Brazil, Curaçao in the Netherlands West Indies, and at Colón (Colón, Panama) in the Panama Canal Zone before


Saint-Louis, Senegal

. October *October 14–15 – Dieudonne Costes and Joseph le Brix make the first non-stop aerial crossing of the South Atlantic, flying a Breguet 19 from Saint-Louis (Saint-Louis, Senegal), Senegal to Port Natal in Brazil, as a part of their round-the-world trip. In 1920, he earned a scholarship to attend the French-speaking school Lycée Faidherbe in Saint-Louis (Saint-Louis, Senegal), which was then Senegal's capital. During


Donetsk

28100 1926 Statistics from the First All Union Census of the Soviet Union, conducted on 17 December 1926. 106000 1939 Statistics are from the All Union Census of the Soviet Union, conducted on 17 January 1939. 466300 1959 Statistics are from the All Union Census of the Soviet Union, conducted on 15 January 1959. ref>


Doha

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of America , which supports units around the world, as well as Girl Scouts of the USA). British Scouts are represented in Doha by the 1st Doha Scout Group. There is a Beaver Colony at Sherborne School and a Cub Pack at Doha English Speaking School (DESS). The Olympic


Cluj-Napoca

of Librarianship degree. Personal and professional life After graduating from the Faculty of Physics of the Babeş-Bolyai University in Cluj (Cluj-Napoca) in 1983, Iohannis worked as a high school teacher of physics at various schools and colleges in Sibiu, including from 1989 to 1997 at the Samuel von Brukenthal Gymnasium in Sibiu, the oldest German-speaking school in Romania. From 1997 to 1999, he was Deputy General School Inspector


Kharkiv

fear of the dark spaces. After having received home education, at the age of 12, Struve started attending a gymnasium in Kharkiv and showed mathematical talents. Otto was the first child of the Struve family in Russia who attended a Russian-speaking rather than German-speaking school, and was bilingual in German and Russian. After graduating in 1914, he continued his astronomy work. In June 1914, Struve took part in preparations for observation of a total solar eclipse (August 8, 1914) and later used that experience and results for his masters degree work defended in 1919 at Kharkiv University. Wikipedia:Kharkiv Commons:Category:Kharkiv Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Kharkiv Oblast Kharkiv


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