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Vancouver, Washington

accessdate November 18, 2007 Based on an act in the 1859–60 legislature, Vancouver was briefly the capital of Washington Territory, before capital status was returned to Olympia, Washington by a 2–1 ruling of the territory's supreme court, in accordance with Isaac Stevens' preference and concern that proximity to Oregon might give its northern neighbor undue influence.

2011 05 single-a_yakima_bears_could_la.html title Single-A Yakima Bears baseball team could land in Vancouver by 2012 newspaper ''The Bay Window'' '''Hudson's Bay High School''' is located in Vancouver (Vancouver, Washington), Washington, USA, in the Central Park area of Vancouver. Hudson's Bay is known for having two strong magnet programs, as well as a children's day care and district-wide mothers transportation program. It is located across from Clark College


Washington State Department of Transportation

of Transportation date 19 August 2008 url http: www.wsdot.wa.gov News 2008 08 19_ConstructionBeginsSForkChehalisBridge.htm accessdate 19 July 2009 Closures began on 5 January 2009 and girders were placed on March5 .


Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

York City , he lived in San Francisco for a time but has now returned to New York City. Aside from his professional role at Six Apart, Dash participated in two prank-like activities that gained attention on the Internet: in 2004, he was the winner of the "nigritude ultramarine" search engine optimization contest,


Huntsville, Alabama

that provide electricity to the Huntsville area- Browns Ferry Nuclear Power Plant in Limestone County (Limestone County, AL) and Guntersville Dam in Marshall County (Marshall County, AL). A third, Bellefonte Nuclear Power Plant (Bellefonte Nuclear Generating Station) in Jackson County (Jackson County, AL), was built in the 1980s but was never activated. TVA plans to eventually activate the plant.


Papua New Guinea

substances. Additionally, the chemistry of the defense spray from at least one species, '' Anisomorpha buprestoides


White House

for US President (President of the United States) Gerald Ford. Signed to the soul (soul music)-oriented Stax Records label in the United States, Zavaroni did not make much of a chart impact Stateside despite the praise and television appearances, as her ''Ma'' album failed to chart and its title single made it only to #91 on the Billboard Hot 100 during a four-week chart run in the summer of 1974. Fuller Up Obituary. Retrieved 21 April 2006 The 1940s and 1950s In 1940 the group signed a new contract with Columbia Records' subsidiary Okeh label, and shortened their name to the Golden Gate Quartet. They soon had a nationwide radio program and the opportunity to sing at Franklin Delano Roosevelt's inauguration in 1941, becoming the first black musical group to sing at Constitution Hall and later performing several times at the White House. They continued to be popular during World War Two (World War II), making several appearances in Hollywood films and singing secular music, including some unique popular front (Popular Front) songs such as "Stalin Wasn't Stallin'" that mixed humor with political commentary. The Quartet appeared in films such as ''Star Spangled Rhythm'' (1942), ''Hit Parade of 1943'' (1943), ''Hollywood Canteen (Hollywood Canteen (1944 film))'' (1944), and the Danny Kaye film ''A Song Is Born'' (1948). In the latter film, they performed the songs "Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho" and part of "A Song Is Born" with Louis Armstrong and Virginia Mayo. White was a staunch advocate of the belief that lifestyle affected coronary artery disease. He was one of the first authorities to recognize that coronary artery disease could occur in young men, writing several papers on the subject. In keeping with his beliefs, he was a vigorous walker and bicycle rider and walked, on one occasion, from Washington National Airport (Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport) to the White House to consult with President Eisenhower. Reportedly, his positive approach inspired Lyndon B. Johnson to return to the Senate (United States Senate) in 1955 after his heart attack and later to become Vice President (Vice President of the United States). At a White House reception on October 27, 1982, President Ronald Reagan welcomed her with the thought that :"no one in that marathon showed more heart and more courage. Linda, the victim of cerebral palsy, is more familiar with the word 'victory' than 'victim'. She did the 26 miles of the marathon in 11 hours -- the first person ever to attempt to do that with the aid of crutches. And, Linda, if all of those people out there wouldn't say I was being political, I'd say you truly 'stayed the course.'" http: www.reagan.utexas.edu archives speeches 1982 102782a.htm During Akerson's tenure of office the White House experienced increasing difficulties in its relations with the press corps. In 1931 Hoover decided to replace Akerson with Theodore Goldsmith Joslin. Huntsman worked as a White House staff assistant for Ronald Reagan, and he was appointed by George H.W. Bush as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce (United States Department of Commerce) and later as United States Ambassador to Singapore from 1992 to 1993. Huntsman served as Deputy United States Trade Representative under George W. Bush, launching global trade negotiations in Doha, Qatar in 2001 and guiding the accession of the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China into the World Trade Organization. Reagan administration From 1987 to 1988, Huntsman and his family lived and worked in Taipei. After college, Huntsman worked as a White House staff assistant in President Ronald Reagan's administration (Reagan Administration). In the 1988 presidential election (United States presidential election, 1988), he was a state delegate at the 1988 Republican National Convention. WikiPedia:White House, Tennessee Dmoz:Regional North_America United_States Tennessee Localities W White_House


Hollywood

and television appearances, as her ''Ma'' album failed to chart and its title single made it only to #91 on the Billboard Hot 100 during a four-week chart run in the summer of 1974. Fuller Up Obituary. Retrieved 21 April 2006 The 1940s and 1950s In 1940 the group signed a new contract with Columbia Records' subsidiary Okeh label, and shortened their name to the Golden Gate Quartet. They soon had a nationwide radio program and the opportunity to sing at Franklin Delano Roosevelt's inauguration in 1941, becoming the first black musical group to sing at Constitution Hall and later performing several times at the White House. They continued to be popular during World War Two (World War II), making several appearances in Hollywood films and singing secular music, including some unique popular front (Popular Front) songs such as "Stalin Wasn't Stallin'" that mixed humor with political commentary. The Quartet appeared in films such as ''Star Spangled Rhythm'' (1942), ''Hit Parade of 1943'' (1943), ''Hollywood Canteen (Hollywood Canteen (1944 film))'' (1944), and the Danny Kaye film ''A Song Is Born'' (1948). In the latter film, they performed the songs "Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho" and part of "A Song Is Born" with Louis Armstrong and Virginia Mayo. Footnotes Because Herbert W. Armstrong had an advertising background he was conscious of themes and slogans. He changed the name of his religious radio program from ''Radio Church of God'' to ''The World Tomorrow'' after the theme "The World of Tomorrow" for the 1939 World's Fair in New York. Religious music was removed from his program and replaced with a closing jingle made in Hollywood. His announcer was Art Gilmore who became famous for voice-over introductions on the ''Highway Patrol'' and other TV shows. Gilmore began Armstrong's announcement with variations of the words: The World Tomorrow! Herbert W. Armstrong brings you the plain truth about today's world news with the prophecies of the world tomorrow. * '''Ithnaini binte Mohd Taib''' ''(b. 1952 - )'' - singer, host and actress better known as '''Anita Sarawak''' who appeared in several Malay films in the 1960s. She was wildly popular as a singer on television and stage shows in the 1960s and 1970s. She was the first Singaporean singer to make it big on the Las Vegas (Las Vegas metropolitan area) scene, performing nightly at Caesar's Palace in the 1980s. She now still occasionally hosts some TV shows.(For more information, search "'''Anita Sarawak'''" at the Malay Language Wikipedia.) * '''Khalid Ibrahim''' ''(b. 1935 - )'' - actor who uses the name Cal Bellini. Notable for his appearances in a number of Hollywood films and television series in the 1960s and 1970s. Appeared in films like ''Little Big Man (Little Big Man (film))'', ''Fuzz'', ''The Mountain Men'', and ''A Darkness at Blaisedon''. His TV credits include shows like ''Hawaii Five-O'', ''The Streets of San Francisco'', ''The Rockford Files'', ''Barnaby Jones'', ''Ironside (Ironside (TV series))'', ''Cannon (Cannon (TV series))'', and ''Little House on the Prairie (Little House on the Prairie (TV series))''. He is also the brother of the late former Attorney-General, '''Ahmad Ibrahim'''. * '''Marpiah binti Abdul Rahim''' ''(b. 1921 - )'' - singer, comedianne and actress better known as '''Momo Makarim''' aka '''Momo Latiff''' who appeared in many Malay films of the 1930s to 1970s. She had also appeared in a number of films with P. Ramlee. She was awarded the Johan Pingat Sarawak medal in Sarawak, Malaysia on her 86th birthday on 8 September 2007. Film In 1971, Suárez was cast in the locally produced Woody Allen movie ''Bananas (Bananas (film))'' with Jacobo Morales. He then went to Hollywood and in 1981 landed a role in the movie ''Stir Crazy (Stir Crazy (film))'', directed by Sidney Poitier starring Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder. He was sometimes credited under the names Miguelángel Suárez and Miguel Suárez Selznick had the film re-edited and some extra scenes shot in Hollywood under director Rouben Mamoulian to make the version known as ''The Wild Heart'' (1952). Selznick's changes were mostly additions to the film: a prologue; scenes explaining things, often literally, by putting labels or inscriptions on them; and more close-ups of Jennifer Jones. The most infamous of the alterations are the scenes at the end when Jones is supposedly carrying a tame fox — in the additional scenes, she is carrying what is obviously a stuffed toy fox. On June 29, 2006, Cherry accepted Log Cabin Republicans' American Visibility Award at a dinner in Hollywood where the main award recipient was California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, who received the club's "Courage To Lead" Award. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger Makes Strong Case for Equality at Log Cabin Republicans Dinner in Los Angeles Asked if she was aware how close the final shot was to a classic Hollywood romantic comedy, Maggenti said,


Madrid

in "World On Ice" in Madrid and in Spain's Gran Circo Mundial. She was discovered by producer Frank Peterson at age 16 and a few years later recorded her first album. She has produced three full-length records released in Europe and Japan, and a fourth, ''All I Want'', is in production, having released the title single. Princessa recorded a cover version of Valerie Dore's ''The Night'' on her self-titled debut. DATE OF BIRTH 18 May 1975 PLACE OF BIRTH Madrid


Northern Ireland

London work The Guardian title Single minded: yes. Single currency: no way first Andrew last Clark date 5 January 2002 He is an admirer of Sam Walton's business philosophy. The Book that Shook Tim Martin He makes numerous visits to Wetherspoon's outlets, his favourite ale being Greene King Abbot.


New Zealand

, and New Zealand. G. Davidson Smith of Canadian Security Intelligence Service defined anti-abortion violence as "single issue terrorism". . A study of 1982–87 violence considered

. Starting in 2004, several New Zealand cities and local authorities converted from plurality voting to the single transferable vote (stv) for their elections—including the nation's second largest city and capital Wellington and fifth largest city Dunedin Where electing a mayor directly, these cities used instant


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