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Omiš

in the Dalmatian coastal town of Omiš. Commons:Category:Omiš


Cochabamba Department

is Ayopaya (or Villa Independencia). '''Esteban Arce''' is a province in Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. Its capital is Tarata (Tarata (Cochabamba)). '''Germán Jordán''' is a province in the Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. Its capital is Cliza. '''Mizque''' (from Quechua (Quechua languages): ''misk'i'', meaning "sweet") is a province in the Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. Its capital is Mizque. '''Narciso Campero''' is a province in the Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. Its capital is Aiquile. Aiquile lies on one transportation route between the citys of Cochabamba, Sucre and Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz de la Sierra). '''Punata''' is a province almost in the middle of the Cochabamba Department, Bolivia, located about 45 km south of the city of Cochabamba. Its capital is Punata. The province is limited to the north by the Chapare Province, to the north-east by the Tiraque Province, to the east by the Arani Province, to the south-east by the Mizque Province, to the south by the Esteban Arze Province (Esteban Arce Province) and to the west by the Germán Jordán Province. '''Quillacollo''' is a province in the Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. It is known for its festival in August where people from all over Bolivia come and pay homage to the Virgin of Urqupiña (''Virgen de Urqupiña''). Quillacollo is said to be one of the fastest growing cities in Bolivia. '''Tapacarí''' is a province in the Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. Its capital is Tapacarí. The province is located at a turnoff from the major highway that links Cochabamba and Oruro (Oruro, Bolivia). It has traditionally been amongst the poorest in the department. Tapacarí Province and neighboring Arque Province are the two poorest of the 16 provinces that make up the department of Cochabamba. '''Bolívar Province''' is a province in the Bolivian department (Departments of Bolivia) of Cochabamba (Cochabamba Department). Its capital is the city of Bolívar (Bolívar (Cochabamba)), named after Simón Bolívar, a Venezuelan military and political leader. '''Tiraque''' is a province in the Cochabamba Department in central Bolivia. Its capital is Tiraque. Location Alonso de Ibáñez province is one of sixteen provinces in the Potosí Department. It is located between 17 56' und 18 20' South (Latitude) and between 66 10' und 66 48' West (Longitude). It borders Cochabamba Department in the north, Oruro Department in the southwest, Rafael Bustillo Province in the south, Charcas Province in the southeast, and Bernardino Bilbao Province in the northeast. The province extends over 75 km from east to west and 60 km from north to south. Location ''Bernardino Bilbao'' province is one of sixteen provinces in the Potosí Department. It is located between 17° 49' und 18° 10' South (Latitude) and between 65° 53' und 66° 16' West (Longitude). It borders Cochabamba Department in the North, Alonso de Ibáñez Province in the Southwest, and Charcas Province in the South. '''Cercado''' is a province in the Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. Its capital is Cochabamba which is also the capital of the department. '''Tapacarí''' is the capital of Tapacarí Province in Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. It is located at an elevation of 2997 m. At the time of census 2001 it had a population of 411 www.ine.gob.bo . '''Arani''' (from Quechua (Quechua languages): ''jarani'' or ''jallmani'') is the capital of Arani Province and Arani Municipality located in Cochabamba Department in the center of Bolivia at an altitude of 9,400 ft (2,865 m). At the time of census 2001 it had 3,512 inhabitants. Instituto Nacional de Estadística . '''Arque''' is a location in the Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. It is the seat of Arque Province and Arque Municipality. Arque is situated at an elevation of 10,735 ft (3,272 m) on the northern bank of Arque River. At the time of census 2001 it had a population of 487 World Gazetteer . '''Capinota''' is a small town in the Bolivian Department of Cochabamba (Cochabamba Department) and capital of the Capinota Province. '''Ayopaya''' or '''Independencia''' is a town in the Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. It is the capital of the Ayopaya Province and Ayopaya Municipality. At the time of census 2001 it had a population of 2,014. World Gazetteer '''Mizque''' (from Quechua (Quechua languages): ''misk'i'', meaning "sweet") is a town in the Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. It is the capital of the Mizque Province. Mizque is located in the valley of the Mizque River, one of the main tributaries of the Río Grande (Río Grande (Bolivia)). '''Punata''' is the capital of Punata Province and Punata Municipality in Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. At the time of census 2001 it had a population of 14,742 inhabitants World-Gazetteer '''Tiraque''' is a location in the Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. It is the seat of the Tiraque Province. At the time of census 2001 it had a population of 1,906. World-Gazetteer '''Quillacollo''' is the capital of Quillacollo Province in Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. The municipality was established on 14 September 1905 under the Presidency of Ismail Montes. '''Yuracaré''' (also '''Yurakaré''', '''Yurakar''', '''Yuracare''', '''Yurucare''', '''Yuracar''', '''Yurakare''', '''Yurujuré''', '''Yurujare''') is an endangered (endangered language) language isolate of central Bolivia in Cochabamba (Cochabamba Department) and Beni (Beni Department) departments spoken by the Yuracaré people.


Tanjung Pinang

II. "Wet kway teow" - rice noodle(Pricing between Rp 12.000 - Rp 20.000) can be found at Jl. Pasar Ikan, Jl. Tambak, Jl. Potong Lembu. Or, head to the local '''food court''' just across the street from the ferry terminal. Other national delicacies such as Pempek, Sup Ayam Kampung, Gado-gado, Soto, Special BBQ of Chicken and Fish are also available in a comfortable modern coffee shop like " Sweet " located at Jalan Bakar Batu No.102 C so near that it takes only 5-10 minutes walk from the International Harbour. For those who are vegetarian, there is a Chinese vegetarian restaurant (Bumi Maitri) at 'Suka Berenang'. They open until 9PM everyday and the price is very reasonable. Drink Alcoholic drinks are available in most of the cafes and restaurants, nonetheless of being the country with the largest Muslim population. Non-Muslim Indonesian drink alcohol only in social setting. If you like to drink new things, try the local "Double Kiwi", which comes in clear (i.e. vodka-like) and amber (i.e. whisky-like) fashions, at only 15-20 degrees alcohol. *


Moline, Illinois

Don Otten and coach Nat Hickey, but on December 27, 1946—only thirteen games into their inaugural season—owner Ben Kerner moved the team to Moline, Illinois. Northrop, Milt. "History of the Braves Was Short and Sweet". ''The Buffalo News'' (Buffalo), page 1D, March 28, 1996. After stops in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and St. Louis, Missouri, the team became the Atlanta Hawks. Early life Sundquist, who


West Palm Beach, Florida

out of an innovative high-fidelity studio where, according to reports, "each clean new record was touched by a needle only one time." "Radio: Easy Listening; New WOR Program of Recorded 'Music From Studio X' Is Soft and Sweet," ''New York Times'', July 10, 1956; Jaker, Bill, Frank Sulek, and Peter Kanze, ''The Airwaves of New York: Illustrated Histories of 156 AM Stations in the Metropolitan Area'' (Jeffferson, N.C.: McFarland, 1998), 155. Also in 1956


Hesse

'', which are essentially the same as ''Wiener''. * For pastries, try the ''Frankfurter Kranz'' (Frankfurt Wreath). Drink Local specialties include wine from grapes, especially white grapes, and from apples (a kind of cider). This apple wine (''Ebbelwei'' or ''Ebbelwoi'') may be enjoyed straight ''(pur)'' or mixed ''(gespritzt)''. The latter versions distinguish between "sweet" and "sour", i.e. mixed with either some citrus soda ''(Süßg'spritzter)'' or sparkling mineral


Bethlehem

; agreeable; my sweet", Standard Hebrew '''Noʻomi''', Tiberian Hebrew '''nåʿå̆mī''') is Ruth (Ruth (biblical figure))'s mother-in-law in the Old Testament Book of Ruth. Later, she called herself Mara, or "bitter" (Ruth 1:20-21), she said to the women on Bethlehem, "Do not call me Naomi call me ''Mara'' ('''מרה'''), for the Almighty (Shaddai) has dealt very bitterly with me," referring to the death of her husband (Elimelech) and her two sons (Mahlon


Windsor, Ontario

;"Radio: Easy Listening; New WOR Program of Recorded 'Music From Studio X' Is Soft and Sweet," ''New York Times'', July 10, 1956; Jaker, Bill, Frank Sulek, and Peter Kanze, ''The Airwaves of New York: Illustrated Histories of 156 AM Stations in the Metropolitan Area'' (Jeffferson, N.C.: McFarland, 1998), 155. Also in 1956, a new General Tire subsidiary, RKO Distributing (which would later become part of RKO General), acquired a controlling interest in the Western Ontario


Shanghai

varieties. The "savoury" variety includes ingredients such as ''zha cai'' (pickled vegetable), ''rousong'' (pork floss) and small pieces of ''youtiao'' being wrapped in the rice ball. The "sweet" variety adds sugar and sometimes sesame to the filling. *阿差 (ā chā) - Similar to the above, this ethnic slur is common among the Cantonese speaking crowd especially those from Hong Kong and Southeast Asia. The term alludes to the frequent uttering of ''ācchā'' 'good, fine

Shanghai 's new Pudong (w:Pudong) financial district. In trading Wednesday, the Chinese (China) stock markets (w:Stock market) plunged after the government tripled a tax on securities transactions. The so-called stamp tax was raised from 0.1% to 0.3% in an effort to cool the rapidly rising market. The study compared post-menopausal (w:menopause) women living in Shanghai (w:Shanghai) who ate a "meat-sweet" diet high in meat, dairy, and sweets

to those who ate a diet high in vegetables and soy. The women on the "meat-sweet" diet were 60 percent more likely to develop breast cancer (w:breast cancer), and 90 percent more likely to develop a particular type of breast cancer which is sensitive to hormones because it is estrogen-receptor positive (w:Estrogen receptor#Cancer). thumb A United Airlines Boeing 747 at a gate in Denver. (Image:UA 747 Denver.jpg) A body


Paraguay

and the Southern Chaco), in Argentina and Paraguay. It is known as '''''algarrobo negro''''' in Spanish (Spanish language), which means "black carob tree" (the Spanish settlers gave it that name, as they did with many other species of genus ''Prosopis'', because of its similarity to the European carob tree). It is also variously called ''algarrobo dulce'', ''algarrobo morado'' and ''algarrobo amarillo'' ("sweet", "purple" and "yellow" carob


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