in 1371, Vladimir still loyally supported Dmitry in his struggle against the Lithuanians. The Mongols (Mongol invasion of Rus') looted the country so thoroughly that even capitals (such as Moscow or Tver) could not afford new stone churches for more than half a century. Novgorod and Pskov escaped the Mongol yoke, however, and evolved into successful commercial republics; dozens of medieval churches (from the 12th century and after) have been preserved in these towns
yoke, however, and evolved into successful commercial republics; dozens of medieval churches (from the 12th century and after) have been preserved in these towns. The churches of Novgorod (such as the Saviour-on-Ilyina-Street, built in 1374), are steep-roofed and roughly carved; some contain magnificent medieval frescoes. The tiny and picturesque churches of Pskov feature many novel elements: corbel arch (kokoshnik)es, church porches, exterior galleries and bell towers (belltower). All
author Mercedes Agüero date 2006-04-12 publisher La Nación accessdate 2008-04-08 language Spanish Costa Rica. On the other hand, the Colombian government has recently moved in the opposite direction. For years, Bogotá has allowed indigenous coca farmers to sell coca products, promoting the enterprise as one of the few successful commercial opportunities available to recognized tribes like the Nasa (Paez people), who have grown it for years and regard it as sacred
the sale weight of seafood in particular. The United States Food and Drug Administration lists STPP as "generally recognized as safe.". A successful commercial development of non-tomographic electrical impedance imaging is the T-Scan device In what the Food and Drug Administration (w:Food and Drug Administration) is characterizing as one of the largest recalls in recent history, numerous types of products containing peanuts (w:Peanut) are being recalled in the United States. The FDA issued a recall on Wednesday on food items with peanut paste and other peanut products made after January 1, 2007 at a Peanut Corp. of America (PCA) center in Blakely, Georgia (w:Blakely, Georgia). The recall affects over 430 products containing peanut paste or peanut butter from the PCA plant. The president announced the nomination of a new agency commissioner for the Food and Drug Administration (w:Food and Drug Administration) (FDA), former New York City (w:New York City) Health Commissioner Margaret Hamburg (w:Margaret Hamburg). According to the Food and Drug Administration (w:Food and Drug Administration) (FDA), inspections of Nipro facilities last October revealed problems with the needles, which could allow parts of silicone (w:silicone) in the port to be dislodged. 60%–72% of tested needles had that problem. In a conference call with reporters, FDA officials remarked that they were concerned the silicone could enter the bloodstream of a patient, although, to date, no harm from this has been reported.
Muen.jpg Belladonna on Muen Magazine Belladonna's concert in London From September 2009 the album's first single ''Till Death Do Us Part'' received airplay on UK's BBC Four, where Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson aired it on his Friday Rock Show. http: www.youtube.com watch?v tl7mAOLLQUo '''Sean O'Grady''' (born February 10, 1959) is a successful commercial realtor in Oklahoma City, and a former champion boxer who was born in Austin, Texas. The son of boxing trainer Pat O'Grady and boxing promoter Jean O' Grady, Sean moved around a lot when he was a younger kid, but his family settled in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma), when he was 11 years old. In addition to being a world champion, O'Grady is also a college graduate, boxing analyst, television personality, actor and former teen idol across the United States Midwest. In the middle of his boxing career, Sean was popular among teen girls around his area, and it wasn't uncommon to see teenaged females from Oklahoma and its adjacent states wearing Sean O'Grady T-shirts or anything else related to him. He regularly chewed bubble gum upon entering the ring prior to fights, and because of this, he earned the nickname "Bubble Gum Bomber." In August 1867, Grant appointed Sheridan to head the Department of the Missouri and pacify the Plains. His troops, even supplemented with state militia, were spread too thin to have any real effect. He conceived a strategy similar to the one he used in the Shenandoah Valley. In the Winter Campaign of 1868–69 he attacked the Cheyenne, Kiowa, and Comanche tribes in their winter quarters, taking their supplies and livestock and killing those who resisted, driving the rest back into their reservations (Indian reservation). By promoting in Congressional (United States Congress) testimony the hunting and slaughter of the vast herds of American Bison on the Great Plains and by other means, Sheridan helped deprive the Indians of their primary source of food. Sheridan's statement to Congress (1875): "For the sake of lasting peace, let them kill, skin and sell until the buffaloes are exterminated." Professional hunters, trespassing on Indian land, killed over 4 million bison by 1874. Sheridan wrote, ''"Let them kill, skin and sell until the buffalo is exterminated"''. When the Texas legislature considered outlawing bison poaching on tribal lands, Sheridan personally testified against it in Austin, Texas. He suggested that the legislature should give each of the hunters a medal, engraved with a dead buffalo on one side and a discouraged-looking Indian on the other. Morris, pp. 342–43. This strategy continued until the Indians honored their treaties. Sheridan's department conducted the Red River War, the Ute War, and the Great Sioux War of 1876-77, which resulted in the death of a trusted subordinate, Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer. The Indian raids subsided during the 1870s and were almost over by the early 1880s, as Sheridan became the commanding general of the U.S. Army. Fredriksen, p. 1762; Morris, pp. 309–24, 342–49, 357–64, 368, 373–76. In late 2005, Helmet parted ways with Interscope. Helmet then signed with Warcon Enterprises and announced that a new album was in the works. Helmet performed at the 2006 SXSW (South by Southwest) festival in Austin, Texas, with a temporary lineup consisting of Charlie Walker on drums, Chris Traynor on bass, and Anthony Truglio (formerly of Gandhi (Gandhi (American band))) on guitar. The new album, ''Monochrome (Monochrome (album))'', was recorded and co-produced by Wharton Tiers, who recorded Helmet's first two albums, ''Strap It On'' and ''Meantime''. For the album, Hamilton and Traynor returned to the studio with newly recruited drummer, Mike Jost (formerly of Adair (Adair (band))). Helmet headlined the 2006 Warped Tour in support of ''Monochrome'', with Jeremy Chatelain reprising his role from the 2005 ''Size Matters'' tour. Money laundering convictions On October 3, 2005, a Travis County, Texas, Grand Jury indicted Tom DeLay on a felony conspiracy charge to move $190,000 in corporate donations to Republican candidates in the Texas State Legislature in 2002. Then again on Sunday, calls to 9-1-1 (w:9-1-1) began to come in to Williamson County (w:Williamson County, Texas), Texas sheriff's office around 12:30 p.m. (Central time (w:Central Time Zone)) that burning debris and fireballs were seen falling from the sky onto parts of Austin (w:Austin, Texas), Houston (w:Houston, Texas), Waco (w:Waco, Texas) and San Antonio (w:San Antonio, Texas). By this time, I’m thinking that it might be good for a change. Bye to California, I’ll try Austin (w:Austin, Texas) for a while. So I moved, only to find out that this is a place with a highly inflated sense of self-importance and where damn little real engineering work is done. I’ve never experienced such a hard time finding work. The rates are 1 3 of what I was earning before the crash, because pay rates here are fixed by the three or four large companies in the area who are in collusion to drive down prices and wages… and this happens because the justice department (w:United States Department of Justice) is all on the take and doesn’t give a fuck about serving anyone or anything but themselves and their rich buddies.
right thumb City plan of Baltimore by Lucas, Fielding Jr. 1852. '''''Lucas, Fielding Jr.''''' (1781—1854) was a cartographer, an artist and a publisher of prominence during the early 19th century. He is known as the earliest successful commercial map-publisher in the city of Baltimore. The first of his atlases was published in 1815-17, in which the maps are closely associated with the 1822 edition of Philadelphia atlas by ''Carey & Lea''. However, very little
The bomb was found on the side of a road near the village of Forkhill (w:Forkhill) in County Armagh (w:County Armagh), Northern Ireland (w:Northern Ireland), close to the border with the Republic of Ireland (w:Republic of Ireland). It was defused by an expert bomb disposal team from the Irish Army (w:Irish Army). The explosives were home-made and weighed 600 lb (270 kg). It is believed that the bomb was planted there by dissident republicans. On Saturday, 67% of Irish (w:Republic of Ireland) voters favored the European Union's (w:European Union) (EU) Lisbon Treaty (w:Treaty of Lisbon) which now requires approval from the presidents of the Czech Republic (w:Czech Republic) and Poland (w:Poland) for ratification (w:ratification). A car, thought to have been used for the get-away, has been found burnt out just over the border in the Republic of Ireland (w:Republic of Ireland). Mr Kee and the Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs Micheál Martin (w:Micheál Martin) have asked for any witnesses to contact the Gardai (w:Gardai) or the PSNI immediately.
, however, and evolved into successful commercial republics; dozens of medieval churches (from the 12th century and after) have been preserved in these towns. The churches of Novgorod (such as the Saviour-on-Ilyina-Street, built in 1374), are steep-roofed and roughly carved; some contain magnificent medieval frescoes. The tiny and picturesque churches of Pskov feature many novel elements: corbel arch (kokoshnik)es, church porches, exterior galleries and bell towers (belltower). All
Force Base . *1956 – The Lake Pontchartrain Causeway opens. *1962 – Japan conducts a test of the NAMC YS-11, its first aircraft since World War II and its only successful commercial aircraft from before or after the war. *1963 – The Hotline (Moscow-Washington hotline) between the leaders of the U.S.A. (United States) and the Soviet Union goes into operation. *1930 – BBC Radio announces that there is no news
China: cinematic encounters with culture and society'', Harry H. Kuoshu, Southern Illinois University Press (2002), p 202 Tian's later ''The Warrior and the Wolf'' (2010) was a similar commercial failure. http: zx.dy.com.cn content 2009-10-12 20091012185758575,1.shtml Prior to these, there were examples of successful commercial films in the post-liberalization period. One was the romance film ''Romance on the Lu Mountain (Romance on Lushan Mountain)'' (1980), which was a success with older Chinese. The film broke the Guiness Book of Records as the longest-running film on a first run (first run (film)). Jet Li's cinematic debut ''Shaolin Temple (Shaolin Temple (film))'' (1982) was an instant hit at home and abroad (in Japan and the Southeast Asia, for example). http: www.160zt.info jingyanxinde 20101211 683.html Another successful commercial film was ''Murder in 405'' (1980), a murder thriller. http: www.cctv.com program ljsy_new 14 56 index.shtml In Chinese (China), Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese cultures, the family name is placed before the given names. So the terms "first name" and "last name" are generally not used, as they do not in this case denote the given and family names. * 1943 – World War II: Tunisia Campaign – General Hans-Jurgen von Arnim's Fifth Panzer Army (5th Panzer Army) launches a concerted attack (Battle of Sidi Bou Zid) against Allied (Allies of World War II) positions in Tunisia. *1944 – World War II: Anti-Japanese revolt on Java (Java (island)). *1945 – World War II: On the first day of the bombing of Dresden (Bombing of Dresden in World War II), the British (United Kingdom) Royal Air Force and the United States Army Air Forces begin fire-bombing Dresden, the capital of the German (Germany) state of Saxony. '''Francis Xavier''', born '''Francisco de Jasso y Azpilicueta''' (7 April 1506 – 3 December 1552) was a pioneering Roman Catholic missionary born in the Kingdom of Navarre (currently Spain) and co-founder of the Society of Jesus. He was a student of Ignatius of Loyola and one of the first seven Jesuits, dedicated at Montmartre in 1534. Attwater (1965), p. 141. He led an extensive mission into Asia, mainly in the Portuguese Empire of the time. He was influential in the spreading and upkeep of Catholicism most notably in India, but also ventured into Japan, Borneo, the Moluccas, and other areas which had thus far not been visited by Christian missionaries. In these areas, being a pioneer and struggling to learn the local languages in the face of opposition, he had less success than he had enjoyed in India. It was a goal of Xavier to one day reach China. However, the government in China disliked most missionaries and many were killed. Another of Xavier's arm bones was brought to Macau where it was kept in a silver reliquary. The relic was destined for Japan but religious persecution there persuaded the church to keep it in Macau's Cathedral of St. Paul (Ruins of St. Paul). It was subsequently moved to St. Joseph's (St. Joseph's Seminary and Church) and in 1978 to the Chapel of St. Francis Xavier on Coloane Island (Coloane). More recently the relic was moved to St. Joseph's Seminary and the Sacred Art Museum. Chapel of St. Francis Xavier, at the official website of the Macau Government Tourist Office. thumb Frankfurt seen from the air (File:Aerial fg007.JPG) With a population of 688,249 in 2010, Frankfurt is the fifth largest city in Germany (List of cities in Germany by population) after Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Cologne. The city is considered a multicultural (Multiculturalism) city because it is home to people of 180 nationalities. In addition to the ethnic German majority, the city contains sizable immigrant (Immigration) populations from Turkey (Turks in Germany), Italy (Italians in Germany), Colombia, Croatia, Serbia, Poland, Greece, Macedonia (Macedonians in Germany), Mexico, Morocco, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Pakistan, Spain, Portugal, France, Netherlands, Japan, the United States, Austria, India, the United Kingdom, Romania, Afghanistan, Russia, Bulgaria, Lebanon and China. The Frankfurt urban area is also home to the second-largest Korean (Koreans in Germany) community in Europe, and to Germany's largest Sri Lankan Tamil community. Nearly 25 percent of Frankfurt's residents are foreign nationals. In addition, 40 percent of Frankfurt's residents, and 65 percent of those below the age of five, come from an immigrant background. zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan
: www.chma.org listing.cfm?year 1964&Submit Submit CHMA Alumni The first truly successful commercial method was patented by Frederic Ives (Frederic Eugene Ives) of Philadelphia in 1881. Although he found a way of breaking up the image into dots of varying sizes, he did not make use of a screen. In 1882, the German Georg Meisenbach patented a halftone process in England. His invention was based on the previous ideas of Berchtold and Swan. He used single lined screens which were turned during exposure to produce cross-lined effects. He was the first to achieve any commercial success with relief (relief print) halftones. Bass player Ron Blair quit the group, and was replaced on the fifth album (1982's ''Long After Dark'') by Howie Epstein; the resulting line-up would last until 1994. In 1985, the band participated in Live Aid, playing four songs at Philadelphia's John F. Kennedy Stadium. ''Southern Accents'' was also released in 1985. This album included the hit single "Don't Come Around Here No More", which was produced by Dave Stewart (David A. Stewart). The song's video featured Petty dressed as the Mad Hatter (Hatter (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland)), mocking and chasing Alice from the book ''Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'', then cutting and eating her as if she were a cake. The ensuing tour led to the live album ''Pack Up the Plantation: Live!'' and to an invitation from Bob Dylan; Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers joined him on his True Confessions tour and also played some dates with the Grateful Dead in 1986 and 1987. Also in 1987, the group released ''Let Me Up (I've Had Enough)'' which includes "Jammin' Me" which Petty wrote with Dylan.