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Ocoee, Florida

(East Colonial Drive). The tollway's eastern terminus is Challenger Parkway, however Challenger Parkway continues until Alafaya Trail. '''Advanced Aeromarine''' (later '''HighCraft AeroMarine''') was an aircraft manufacturer based in Ocoee, Florida. It built light aircraft and sailplanes, developing a number of successful designs that have been produced by a number of different firms over the years. From Clarcona (Clarcona, Florida) to Ocoee


at the Kazan Aviation Plant, proved to be one of the most successful designs of World War II. Petlyakov was released in 1940, and was awarded the Stalin Prize in 1941. However, at Kazan, Petlyyakov faced increasing difficulties, with so many of his trained technicians and machinists conscripte dnito the Soviet military and sent to the front lines, which adversely affected the quality of production aircraft. He protested to Soviet senior leadership, and was on his way to Moscow in January

German Empire

twin prop were among the most successful designs to emerge from the era. The '''Treaty of Saint-Germain-en-Laye''', was signed on 10 September 1919 by the victorious Allies of World War I on the one hand and by the new Republic of Austria (First Austrian Republic) on the other. Like the Treaty of Versailles with German Empire Germany


'' '''Piotr Wilniewczyc''' (1887-1960) was a Polish (Poland) engineer and arms designer. Among his most successful designs were the Vis-35 (Vis-35 (weapon)) pistol, commonly known as the Radom for the arsenal in which it was produced, and the Mors (Pistolet maszynowy Mors) submachine gun. Because of the ongoing resistance of the Latvian tribes, the Knights of the Sword eventually had to look for support to the much more powerful Teutonic Order, which up until then was active primarily in Poland and Lithuania. Having been reorganised as a subdivision of the Teutonic Order and renamed the Livonian Order in 1237, the former Knights of the Sword finally overpowered the Curonians in 1267, and subsequently the Semigallians in 1290. From then on most of Latvia remained under German control until the 16th century, with the city of Riga and several other cities forming independent, German-ruled bishoprics, and the Livonian Order ruling the rest of the land. '''Drawsko Pomorskie''' WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland


, designer of many gliders during the 1920s and the 1930s. As the head of the ''Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Segelflug'' (DFS - German Research Institute for Sailplane Flight) at Darmstadt in the years before World War II, he was responsible for a number of highly successful designs, including the DFS Rhönsperber, DFS Rhönadler, DFS Habicht, DFS Weihe, DFS Kranich, and the DFS 230 assault glider. Inspired by Guru (Guru (rapper))'s Jazzmatazz project, the German (Germany) formation '''Jazzkantine''' was founded in 1993 in Braunschweig. Their first album ''Jazzkantine'' won them the "Echo Award (Echo (music award))" in 1995, the most important German music prize. Comet '''29P Schwassmann–Wachmann''', also known as '''Schwassmann–Wachmann 1''', was discovered on November 15, 1927, by Arnold Schwassmann and Arno Arthur Wachmann at the Hamburg Observatory in Bergedorf, Germany. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany

United States

: 50 Years of Legendary Flight publisher Tab Books year 1986 were among the most successful designs to emerge from the era. Birds along the southeastern coasts of the United States are permanent residents. Other birds migrate (bird migration) to the southern United States and Mexico; in Canada, they are found in southern Ontario. '''Ultra Vivid Scene''' was an American (United States) alternative rock band, started by Kurt Ralske. '''Dame

to contemporary composition (Contemporary classical music) methods. Few aircraft have used elliptical wings, and even fewer have seen mass production, most in the 1930s and 40s. The British (British people) Supermarine Schneider Trophy racers of the early and mid 1930s were some of the most successful designs, and were the predecessors to the later Spitfire fighters. The German (Nazi Germany) Heinkel He 70 of the early 1930s

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