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Bridgewater State University

system outside the University of Massachusetts system. The university consists of the main campus located in Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Massachusetts), and two satellite campuses, one in Attleboro (Attleboro, Massachusetts); and one on Cape Cod, which opened in January 2015. The school's sports teams are the Bears, and the school colors are Crimson Red, Black and White. History Foundation Bridgewater State University was founded by Horace Mann as a normal school


Santiago de Compostela

John White. History Mentioned as a Viking base in the cartulary of Lescar, Mimizan was part of the former royal province of Gascony. In the Middle Ages, the town was a stop on a secondary pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela. The size and beauty of the old church highlights the importance of the place at this time. The town turned into a seaside resort during the Belle Epoque (Belle Époque) thanks to the railway connection (which no longer exists), and to the growing trend of sea bathing, beneficial to the health of those suffering from tuberculosis. May 17 2008, Cardinal (Cardinal (Catholicism)) Simonis (Adrianus Johannes Simonis) opened the Trail of St James, connecting Uithuizen to Hasselt, Le Puy en Velay, and Santiago de Compostela, creating a modern, northern branch of the Way of St James. NOS journaal, "Kort binnenlands nieuws", NOS 2008, retrieved 7-may-2008 History The Xunta de Galicia finds its origins in the Xunta of the Kingdom of Galicia active between 1528 and 1833. The Xunta was Galicia's representation to the central Spanish monarchy. The Xunta was composed by representatives from the cities (dioceses) of Santiago de Compostela, Lugo, Betanzos, A Coruña, Mondoñedo, Ourense and Tui (Tui, Galicia). But at that time the Xunta did not hold real power; it was a consultative body only. Location * '''Edificios Administrativos San Caetano''' San Caetano, s n 15704 - Santiago de Compostela (A Coruña (A Coruña (province))) * '''Pazo de Raxoi''' Praza do Obradoiro 15705 - Santiago de Compostela (A Coruña (A Coruña (province))) * '''Sede da Xunta de Galicia en Vigo''' Concepción Arenal, 8 36201 - Vigo (Pontevedra (Pontevedra (province))) session_alt meeting_place Salón de Plenos Pazo do Hórreo Santiago de Compostela Galicia (Galicia (Spain)), Spain website http: www.parlamentodegalicia.es ** Charlemagne gains control of all of Catalonia, which is designated "the Hispanic Mark" until 874. *813 - The grave of James the Apostle (Saint James the Great) is "discovered" near Santiago de Compostela, in Galicia (Galicia (Spain)), beginning the cult of St. James that would unite Iberian Christians of many different petty kingdoms. *818 - The revolt in Córdoba against the Muslims is punished by three days of massacres and pillage, with 300 notables crucified and 20,000 families expelled. Such tolls were charged to pilgrims and traders traveling to Santiago de Compostela, the Way of St. James, in Galicia (Galicia (Spain)), Spain. Military clashes between the "English run" Basques of Aquitaine and the Navarrese in 1249 led however in 1250 the Seigneur of Ainhoa, to recognize the suzerainty of king Henry III of England, but by 1265, Gonzalvo Juanis, Seigneur of Ainhoa, a.k.a. Gonzalvo Ibáñez, a.k.a. Gonzalvo Yáñes, did not recognize either, English or Navarrese, dying in 1289 and opening the way to conquering it by old historical claims with military actions. Then, Garda Arnaut de Espelette, with affinity for the "English run" Basques of the Duchy of Aquitaine, sent a letter, dated 29 July 1289 praying the Ainhoa people to the adequate connivence. The outcome of such frontier business was to set up some sort of joint '''undivided''' land as it had been done also previously with the nearby Aldudes, close to the Baztan (Baztan (valley)) valley . '''Oloron-Sainte-Marie''' is a commune (Communes of France) in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department (Departments of France) in south-western France. The town of Oloron-Sante-Marie is positioned at the junction of two rivers and has a population of approximately 12,000. While not spectacular, it is a pleasant looking town, with an ancient quarter, Sainte Croix, containing the oldest Romanesque church in the Bearn region. This church, the Eglise Sainte Croix, has recently WikiPedia:Santiago de Compostela Commons:Category:Santiago de Compostela


Jamaica

; MTV fame. Mo is responsible for coming up with popular segments such as: Nuts 4 Bucks, Jesus Caught on Tape, Buzz Cops, Fat Pride, White History Month etc. The son of a Pentecostal Church Minister, Mo was born in Kingston (Kingston, Jamaica), Jamaica, but came to Canada when he was nine months old. Even though he's had immigration status in Canada since October 17, 1975, he only became a Canadian citizen (Canadian nationality law) on April 30, 2007. ;Obligations beyond existing


Washington, D.C.

white paramilitary groups such as the Red Shirts (Red Shirts (Southern United States)). In 1876, tensions were high, especially in Piedmont towns where the numbers of blacks were fewer than whites. There were numerous demonstrations by the Red Shirts (Red Shirts (South Carolina))—white Democrats (History of the United States Democratic Party) determined to win the upcoming elections by any means possible. The Red Shirts turned the tide in South Carolina, convincing whites that this could indeed be the year they regain control and terrorizing blacks to stay away from voting. Because of the violence, Republican Governor Chamberlain (Daniel Henry Chamberlain) requested assistance from Washington (Washington, D.C.) to try to keep control. President Ulysses S. Grant sent federal troops to try to preserve order and ensure a fair election. The Political Situation, 10 December 1871, ''The New York Times'', accessed 5 Mar 2008 thumb right Allan Lichtman in 2010. (File:Allan Lichtman.jpg) '''Allan Jay Lichtman''' (born April 4, 1947) is an American (United States) political historian (political history) who teaches at American University in Washington, D.C. He ran in the 2006 Maryland senate race (Maryland United States Senate election, 2006) for the seat vacated by Paul Sarbanes. The '''National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce''' (NGLCC) is a U.S. not-for-profit advocacy organization specifically dedicated to expanding the economic opportunities and advancements of the LGBT business community. The NGLCC headquarters is located at 729 15 Street, NW (Northwest, Washington, D.C.) in Washington, D.C. They are the national certification body for LGBT-owned businesses and leading advocates for LGBT supplier diversity. homepage None '''Woodward & Lothrop''' was a department store chain headquartered in Washington, D.C. Woodward & Lothrop was Washington, D.C.'s first department store, opening in 1887. '''Woodies''', as it was often nicknamed, maintained stores in the Mid-Atlantic (Mid-Atlantic states) United States. Its flagship store was a fixture of the shopping district in downtown Washington, with Garfinckel's, and in the late 1990s the center of controversy over competing visions for DC's urban renewal. Overview The former ''Nature Clinical Practice'' series was rebranded and folded into the ''Nature Reviews'' series in April 2009.


Italy

2007 08 The team's colors are light blue, red and white. History According to many historians, Greeks used to play pelota in times of the Greek Empire, in 600 B.C. Due to the wars and the conquests in times of the Roman Empire, pelota expanded over Europe. Kings and nobles had their own courts in the 12th century. France was the greatest European potency in pelota. There were two modalities: longue paume and courte paume, and they were similar to the game played today. The French Revolution brought terrible consequences to pelota. It almost disappeared, and it was relegated to few areas in Spain, France, Italy and Belgium. Photography She produced the ''Ana Arce Team Sponsorship Calendar 2006'' featuring nude or semi-nude photographs of women curlers from a variety of countries including Denmark, Italy, Spain, England, Poland, Germany and Canada. The curlers included Daniela Jentsch, Melanie Robillard, Lynsay Ryan, Kasia Selwand and Claudia Toth. She produced a second calendar for 2007 which included Christine Keshen, Linn Githmark, Debbie McCormick and Jackie Lockhart. During World War II, ''LST-1'' was assigned to the European Theater and participated in the following operations: Allied invasion of Sicily (July 1943); Salerno Landings (Allied invasion of Italy) (September 1943); Anzio-Nettuno phase of operations on the west coast of Italy (January to March 1944); and the Invasion of Normandy (June 1944). '''Australia''' competed in the Winter Olympic Games for the third time at the '''1956 Winter Olympics''' at Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy. Australia sent 10 athletes (8 men, 2 women) that competed in alpine skiing, figure skating and speed skating. During the early medieval centuries, it was ruled by the Bahri negasi from Debarwa. According to Francisco Alvares, writing in the early 16th century, the Bahri negasi's authority extended almost as far as Suakin in modern Sudan. Despite the Emperor of Ethiopia's allegations and grants of control of the country of the Bahri negesitat the Zagwe (Zagwe dynasty) and Solomonic dynasties (Solomonic dynasty), the 1984 "Proceedings of the Permanent Peoples' Tribunal of the International League for the Rights and Liberation of Peoples," declares that "There was no administration that connected Hamasin and Serae to the centre of the Ethiopian (Ethiopia) Kingdom


Canada

than whale oil. International success The show, Reba is broadcast worldwide in over 30 different countries. Worldwide, the series finale garnered 8.2 million viewers. Being extremely successful in the Czech Republic (where it was renamed "Diary of Deserving Mother") in which it the season premiere on 29 September 2007, garnered over 1 million viewers. It was also successful in Canada, mexico, and Croatia. The show is extremely popular in the Caribbean giving McEntire an enormous fan base there. Life and work Born in Bath (Bath, New Brunswick), New Brunswick, Canada, in 1922, Charlotte (Matilda) MacLeod emigrated to the United States in 1923, and became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 1951. She attended the Art Institute of Boston. During the late 1940s and early 1950s, she worked as a copy writer for Stop and Shop Supermarkets in Boston. She eventually moved on to join the staff of N. H. Miller & Company, an advertising firm, where she rose to the level of vice president, and retired in 1982. *'''Victor Kugler''' spent seven months in various work camps, and escaped in March 1945 when the prisoner march he was on that day was strafed by British (United Kingdom) Spitfires (Supermarine Spitfire). Working his way back to his hometown of Hilversum on foot and by bicycle, he remained in hiding there until liberated by Canadian (Canada) troops a few weeks later. After his wife died, he emigrated to Canada in 1955 (where several of his relatives already lived) and resided in Toronto. He


United States

author White, John H., Jr. year 1968 title A history of the American locomotive; its development: 1830-1880 publisher Dover Publications, New York, NY isbn 0-486-23818-0 Unknown date births * Holmes Hinkley, American (United States) steam locomotive manufacturer (d. 1866). left thumb 250px Gardner, at far left, working with cryptanalysts. (File:Gard.jpg) '''Meredith Knox Gardner''' (October 12

and Ohio Railroad (d. 1864). After only three months, a cabinet reshuffle became necessary due to the forced resignation of the increasingly strident pro-Axis Foreign Minister (Minister for Foreign Affairs (Japan)) Yōsuke Matsuoka. Toyoda, who had earlier opposed the Tripartite Pact and was vocal in this opposition to prospects for war with the Soviet Union, replaced Matsuoka as Minister of Foreign Affairs on July


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