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General Manager (Interim) chief2_name chief2_position agency_type Water Infrastructure parent_agency child1_agency child2_agency keydocument1 website footnotes thumb Landsat image of Mono Lake (File:Wfm mono lake landsat.jpg) thumb Lakeside of Mono Lake 1999 (File:Lakeside of Mono Lake.jpg) The case of '''National Audubon Society v. Superior Court''' (Supreme Court of California, 1983) was a key case
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The former Colonial Manager's Home, now part of the Sisimiut Museum Although rainfall is low, Sismiut has abundant natural supplies of fresh, drinkable surface water, collected from a reservoir under Alanngorsuaq. Water is also pumped to the waterworks from another lake around 2.5 kilometers away in the mountains. The water mains are preinsulated and electrically anti-freezed so supply the residents during the winter months. The water supply network is capable of producing some 882,000 cubic meters of water per year; two water-supplying lakes by the town have a combined annual minimum capacity of more than 7.2 million cubic meters. Tourism Tourist facilities in Sisimiut include several youth hostels and hotels, such as Hotel Sisimiut with ''Restaurant Nasaasaaq'', Wikipedia:Sisimiut Commons:Category:Sisimiut
1977 publisher Food and Agriculture Organization accessdate 2009-10-14 Ahuehuete is derived from the Nahuatl (Nahuatl language) name for the tree, '''''āhuēhuētl''''', which means "upright drum in water" or "old man of the water
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; '''Maychew''' (Tigrinya (Tigrinya language) ማይጭው "Salty water," also transliterated '''Mai Ceu''', '''Maich'ew''', and '''Mai Cio''') is a town in northern Ethiopia. Located 190 kilometers north of Dessie on the Addis Ababa - Asmara highway in the Debubawi (Southern) Zone (Debubawi Zone) of the Tigray Region, this town has a latitude and longitude of and an elevation of 2479 meters. It is the administrative center of Endamehoni
''' in Amharic, when translated, means "smoking water" They are situated on the upper course of the river, about 30 km downstream from the town of Bahir Dar and Lake Tana. The falls are considered one of Ethiopia's best known tourist attractions. Provisional results were scheduled to be released on May 23, but the need to investigate claims of voting irregularities and disruptions in two southern regions (Regions of Ethiopia) — Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region and Oromia — delayed the release of these results until June 8, the date originally scheduled for releasing the official results. When the ruling party was unofficially reported the winner of the election, demonstrations protesting alleged election fraud broke out, and continued into June. Hundreds of students were arrested in at least nine cities, including Gondar, Bure, Bahir Dar, Debre Marqos, Dessie and Awassa for demonstrating despite a month-old ban on protests imposed on the government. At the same time, security forces arrested dozens of locally prominent CUD members in Gondar, Dessie, Wondo Genet, Kombolcha and Jinka; unconfirmed reports of arrests following a similar pattern came from several other towns. "Ethiopia: Crackdown Spreads Beyond Capital", HRW website 14 June 2005 (accessed 17 March 2009) On June 8, police shot 42 people gathering at the Piazza and Merkato markets of Addis Ababa. The organization Human Rights Watch reported that at least 36 people were killed, and 400 arrested. Essential background: Human rights in Ethiopia (HRW website) The government afterwards stated that an appropriate level of force was used and accused the CUD of fomenting dissent; the CUD denied these accusations, and claimed that the government was attempting to distract attention from election fraud. This led to the leaders of the CUD, including head Hailu Shawul, being put under house arrest while hundreds of security forces patrolled the streets of the capital. Ferries (Ferry) sail from the port to Bahir Dar via Kunzela and Dek Island. When the Bank of Ethiopia was created in 1931 it opened a branch office with two employees at Debre Tabor. During the Second Italian-Abyssinian War, Debre Tabor was occupied by unit which advanced from Bahir Dar on 28 April. During the occupation (Italian East Africa), a telegraph office was opened in the town and postal service restored. The Italians also constructed a road from Gondar via Debre Tabor to Dessie. The first mosque in Debre Tabor was constructed and eucalyptus planting extended. Despite these improvements, as early as August 1937, there were almost simultaneous but apparently uncoordinated attacks by ''arbegnoch (Freedom fighter)'' on garrisons near Debre Tabor and near Bahir Dar. After several months of attacks, the British convinced Colonel Angelini to surrender the town 6 July 1941, allowing the British to advance towards the organized Italian resistance around Gondar under the command of Guglielmo Nasi, who by this point was the acting Viceroy and Governor-General of Italian East Africa. The '''Ethiopian montane grasslands and woodlands''' is much the largest of the highland ecoregions, occupying the area between 1800 and 3000 meters elevations. The natural vegetation was closed-canopy forest in moister areas, and grassland, bushland, and thicket in drier areas. However these hillsides have good fertile soil and are heavily populated, largely by farming communities so most of the region has been converted to agriculture with a few areas of natural vegetation remaining. Urban areas in this ecoregion include: Ethiopia's capital city and Africa's fourth largest city Addis Ababa, the Amhara Region capital Bahir Dar with its island monasteries on Lake Tana, the old walled city of Harar, the spa town of Ambo (Ambo, Ethiopia), Asella in the Arsi Zone, the trekking centre of Dodola (Dodola, Ethiopia), the lakeside Debre Zeyit, the largest city in the southwest Jimma, the market town of Nekemte, and the capital of the Tigray region, Mek'ele. Awash National Park is a site for birdwatching. 4 November 2005 (Friday) *20px (Image:Flag of Ethiopia.svg) Clashes continue in Debre Berhan, while government forces succeed in pacifying Bahir Dar and Awassa. The Ethiopian capital Addis Abeba remained calm, with few shops open and no taxis operating. (BBC) The CSA has 25 branch offices. Besides the capital city of Addis Ababa, the cities and towns with offices are: Ambo (Ambo, Ethiopia), Arba Minch, Asebe Teferi, Asayita, Assosa, Awasa, Bahir Dar, Debre Berhan, Dessie, Dire Dawa, Gambela, Goba, Gondar, Harar, Hosaena, Inda Selassie, Jijiga, Jimma, Mek'ele, Mizan Teferi, Nazreth (Adama), Negele Boran, Nekemte, and Sodo. "Branch offices", Central Statistical Agency website (accessed 26 December 2009) 4 November 2005 (Friday) * Clashes continue in Debre Berhan, while government forces succeed in pacifying Bahir Dar and Awasa. The Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa remained calm, with few shops open and no taxis operating. (BBC) * The Old Bailey in the U.K. (United Kingdom) sentences five white supremacists to jail for 15 years for creating and distributing race hate material. (BBC) However, harassment of current and former members by the government reportedly continues. Tilahun Ayalew, chairman of the Dangila chapter of the ETA and coordinator of the program "Education for All", was detained by police from December 2007 to March 2008. He reported that he was imprisoned and tortured at Bahir Dar for three to four days before being transferred to a police station in Addis Ababa, where police again tortured him. The Federal First Instance Court then released him on a habeas corpus petition, citing the lack of formal charges. However, shortly after seeing his family upon release, Tilahun disappeared and his whereabouts remained unknown at the end of 2008. Another victim was Anteneh Getnet, chairman of the original ETA in Addis Ababa and an ETA coordinator, who was arrested in 2006 on charges of being a member of the Ethiopian Patriotic Front an outlawed, allegedly armed group operating in the Amhara Region. The Federal High Court denied his release, but the Federal Supreme Court released him on bail. After a few additional trial appearances, he disappeared in March, and his whereabouts remained unknown at year's end. Anteneh was first detained in 2006 for over two months on charges of instigating violence in the 2005 elections (Ethiopian general elections, 2005), and alleged that he was tortured during that incarceration. "2008 Human Rights Reports- Ethiopia" (Ethiopian Guardian; PDF file) (accessed 9 March 2009) Commons:Category:Bahar Dar
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existed from before c. 830 until c. 1235 in what is now south-east Mauritania and western Mali. The Sosso people took its capital Koumbi Saleh but at the Battle of Kirina (c. 1240) Sundiata Keita's alliance defeated the Sosso and began the Mali Empire, which spread its influence along the Niger River through numerous vassal kingdoms and provinces. The Gao Empire at the eastern Niger bend was powerful in the ninth century CE but later subordinated to Mali until its decline. In 1340 the Songhai people made Gao the capital of a new Songhai Empire. Haskins, page 46
; lit. "Golden brilliance") is a prefecture-level city in central Zhejiang province of Eastern China (East China). It borders the provincial capital of Hangzhou to the northwest, Quzhou to the southwest, Lishui to the south, Taizhou (Taizhou, Zhejiang) to the east, and Shaoxing to the northeast. thumb Jinhua Railway Station (File:Jinhua railway station.jpg) Jinhua enjoys convenient transportation, being the communications center in Southeast China between coastal and inland areas, and one of the major hubs of landway transportation in the country. The Zhejiang-Jiangxi, Jinhua-Wenzhou and Jinhua-Qiandaohu Railways intersect in the City. The Hangzhou-Jinhua-Quzhou Expressway, the Jinhua-Lishui (Lishui, Zhejiang)-Wenzhou Expressway, the No. 330 and 320 National Highways, and other provincial highroads, also traverse the area. The city aggregation around Jinhua Proper has formed a "Half-an-Hour's-Ride Economic Circle", there being merely a 90-minute and a 3-hour journey driving from the City to Hangzhou and Shanghai respectively. At present, the Yiwu Civil Airport (Yiwu Airport) in the City offers airlines destined for Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Xiamen, Qingdao. * '''ZSJN''' (TNA) – Jinan Yaoqiang International Airport – Jinan, Shandong * '''ZSJU''' (JUZ) – Quzhou Airport – Quzhou, Zhejiang * '''ZSLD''' (LCX) – Longyan Guanzhishan Airport – Longyan, Fujian states People's Republic of China region Quzhou prefecture, Zhejiang province speakers approx. 2 million In fall 352, Yin prepared a second campaign. Initially the campaign had some success, recovering Xuchang from Former Qin. However, Yin became suspicious of Yao's military capabilities and independence, and therefore tried to assassinate Yao. Yao discovered this, and, as Yin headed north, he ambushed Yin's troops, inflicting heavy losses on Yin. Yao then took over the Shouchun (壽春, in modern Lu'an, Anhui) region. The people despised Yin for his military losses, and Huan submitted a petition demanding Yin's ouster. The imperial government was compelled to demote Yin to commoner status and exile him to Xin'an (信安, in modern Quzhou, Zhejiang). Yuan was born in Xin'an, the capital of Quzhou prefecture, to an established gentry family. In the 1150s he was a student at the National University (大学) at the Southern Song capital of Hangzhou. After passing the ''jinshi (Jinshi (imperial examination))'' degree in 1163, Yuan Cai served in several prefectures outside the capital. Altogether Yuan Cai served as magistrate of four counties (Counties of the People's Republic of China#History). In Quzhou, Zhejiang Province: *Suburban Zhang Yujun, age 40, of Quzhou (w:Quzhou) County (Hebei), who produced and sold melamine (w:melamine)-laced "protein powder" in the milk scandal, was convicted of endangering public security and sentenced to death by the Shijiazhuang intermediate people's court.
Sound Studios Little Mountain Sound in Vancouver. In 1987, the Payola$ (who had by then changed their name to Paul Hyde and the Payolas) again changed their name to Rock and Hyde (Payolas#Rock and Hyde (1987–1988)) and had a hit single in Canada with the song "Dirty Water". The song also charted on Billboard (Billboard (magazine))'s Hot 100. In 2007, the Payola$ reclaimed their irreverent band name and once again became active as a touring and recording act
;nbsp;– List of Projects publisher Government of Canada date 2005-09-26 accessdate 2008-04-15 Between 1988 to 1995, the Rafferty-Alameda Project was constructed to alleviate spring flooding problems created by the Souris River.