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Gangteng Monastery

Action Plan 2009 publisher UNDP Org url http: www.undp.org.bt assets files publication BAP%202009%20Doc.pdf format pdf The Monastery is one of the main seats of the religious tradition based on Pema Lingpa's revelations and one of the two main centres of the Nyingmapa school of Buddhism in the country. Category:Populated places in Bhutan Category:Buddhist monasteries in Bhutan Category:Nyingma monasteries and temples


Nizhny Tagil

a statement that "there are serious grounds to believe that Mikhail Trepashkin was arrested and convicted under falsified criminal charges which may be politically motivated, in order to prevent him continuing his investigative and legal work related to the 1999 apartment bombings in Moscow and other cities". WikiPedia:Nizhny Tagil commons:Нижний Тагил


Kish Island

such gardens in work-related functions (such as entertaining ambassadors). These gardens balance structure with greenery, with the plants often around the periphery of a pool and path based structure. thumb Dariush Grand Hotel, Kish Island (File:Dariushhotel1.jpg), is a newly-built construction. Its garden combines elements of both Persian and Caribbean styles. px Tomb stone in Portuguese castle, Qeshm Historical records concerning the Qeshm island date far back into the pre-Islamic era. Names as Qeshm, Keshm, Kish (Kish Island) and Tunb mark the lengthy stay of Ilamids in the area, several centuries BC. It is, apparently, the island called Alexandria or Aracia by Ptolemy (Book 6, Chap. IV), in the 2nd century CE (Common Era) and as Alexandria by Ammianus Marcellinus (xxiii.6.42) in the 4th century. On account of its strategic geopolitical situation, near the mouth of the Persian Gulf, it has been frequently attacked by invaders including Ilamids (Elamites), Umayyads, Abbasids as well as the Portuguese and British, whose ravages are still evident. During Sassanian Empire administration the island was called Abarkawan. Martin Hinds. The First Arab Conquests in Fārs, Iran, Vol. 22, (1984), pp. 39-53. Published by: British Institute of Persian Studies. Jstor.org According to historical records, Qeshm Island has been famous as a trade and navigation center. Its economy flourished during the Dailamites and Buyid eras, as trade vessels sailed between it and China, India and Africa. IOB Kish Island, Iran Oil, Gas, Petrochemicals Besides the ''Main'' and ''Secondary Market'', there is a ''Corporate participation certificates (Banking in Iran#Bond market) Market'' (corporate bonds). Secondary Market is an exchange facility where the listed securities of small and mid-size companies can be traded efficiently and competitively. Any company, domestic or foreign, can list their products on the exchange for as long as they meet the listing criteria. The value of three markets of Securities and Stock Exchange, Over-the-Counter (OTC) (Banking in Iran#OTC market) stock exchange and commodity exchange (Iran Merchantile Exchange) hit $100 billion in December 2010. Wikipedia:Kish Island Commons:Category:Kish Island


Jalpan de Serra

moved from agriculture to industry or commerce. The only community which has had significant population growth, doubling over the last thirty years, mostly due to the main highway and work related to the Jalpan Dam. The mission churches thumb The mission in the town of Jalpan (File:FacadeMissionJalpan2.JPG) The municipality has two of the five Franciscan missions accredited to Junípero Serra during his evangelization of the Sierra Gorda. These missions were declared a World Heritage Site in 2003. One is located in the town of Jalpan proper and the other is located in the community of Tancoyol. The mission in Jalpan was constructed between 1751 and 1758 and dedicated to Saint James the Greater (James, son of Zebedee), as defender of the faith. It was the first of five missions built to evangelize the area. The main portal is dominated by various forms of plants most local to the region. European elements include images of saints and the Franciscan coat of arms. Native elements include a double headed eagle with a snake as well as an image of the Virgin of Guadalupe . In 2001, it was added to the International Networks of Man and Biosphere (Man and the Biosphere Programme) of UNESCO as the thirteenth Mexican reserve on the list, occupying first place in regards to ecodiversity. It is also recognized as a Área de Importancia para la Conservación de las Aves (Area of Importance for the Conservation of Birds) by the Consejo Internacional para la Preservación de las Aves Mexicanas. The Spanish entered the heart of the Sierra Gorda early, with Nuño de Guzmán conquering the Oxitipa dominion, which encompassed Jalpan (Jalpan de Serra), Xilitla (Xilitla, San Luis Potosí), Tancoyol and Tilaco in 1527. However, during the early colonial period, the Querétaro Sierra Gorda would remain dangerous territory as the Chichimecas fought Spanish domination. with the first war between the Chichimeca Jonaz and the Spanish occurring in 1554. During the 16th and 17th century, the Spanish would surround this area on west, east and south, with military and missionary incursions into the interior. Spanish settlements were begun to the south of it, such as the Villa de Cadereyta in order to form a bulwark against the nomadic Chichimeca tribes. In the late 16th century, a number of forts were established in the area including El Jofre and Jalpan. The incursions were provoked not because of significant mineral deposits in northern Querétaro, but rather, the area laid on roads which led into mining areas such as Guanajuato and Zacatecas . thumb left San Francisco Mission in Tilaco (File:San Francisco del Valle de Tilaco.jpg) The mission in Jalpan (Jalpan de Serra) was established before the arrival of Junípero Serra in 1744, but Serra was in charge of building the mission complex that stands today from 1751 to 1758. It is dedicated to the Apostle James, the first evangelist. This complex is situation in the center of the modern town in front of the main plaza and formed by an atrium, cloister, pilgrim portal and church, with a chapel annex on the left side. The original atrium wall was lost, but reconstructed in the same style, with three portals and inverted arches. The main features of the ornate portal on the facade are Our Lady of the Pillar and the Virgin of Guadalupe, both with Mesoamerican connections, as well as a double headed eagle, meant to symbolize the blending of the two cultures.


Davao City

School founded by Mr. Steven Lee. Summer Science Internship Program In the summer before their fourth year, each student is required to render 160 hours in an approved workplace for exposure in work related to science and technology to comply with their Summer Science Internship Program (SSIP) requirement. Students usually become interns in government agencies (e.g. DOST (Department of Science and Technology (Philippines))) or even private corporations (e.g. Coca-Cola) often in Davao


Sark

are allowed on the Lido (Lido di Venezia). Other examples are Cinque Terre in Italy, Ghent in Belgium, which is one of the largest car-free areas in Europe and the Old Town of Rhodes (Rhodes, Greece), since many, if not most of the streets are too steep and or narrow for automobile circulation. Mount Athos, an Autonomous Monastic State within the sovereignty of Greece, does not permit automobiles on its territory. Trucks and work-related vehicles only are in use


Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission

minister summoned the Chief of Army Staff (Chief of Army Staff (Pakistan)) General Zia-ul-Haq (Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq) to take care of the matter. Brigadier-General Muhammad Sarfraz, who, in the interim, had been posted to GHQ Rawalpindi, was summoned by then-Chief of Army Staff (Chief of Army Staff (Pakistan)), and was told that the PAEC (Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission) wanted to lease him from the Army (Pakistan Army) to carry out work related to the nuclear development (Pakistan and its Nuclear Detterent Program). After Bhutto's removal in 1977, Major-General Zähid Ali Abkar (Zahid Ali Akbar) founded the Special Development Works (Kirana-I#Special Development Works), led under Major-General M.J. O'Brian (Michael John O'Brian) as its director-general and Brigaider-General Sarfraz as its deputy director. The primary task of the SDW was to build iron-steel underground tunnels (both horizontal (Horizontal shaft impactor) and vertical (vertical shaft impactor)) to withstand 20-40 kt (Kilotons) of nuclear force, weapon-testing laboratories (WTL) inside the mountains. Ras Koh Hills are the series of complicated high-altitude granite mountain range. The construction of the site was begun in 1979 and completed in 1980 under the supervision of Munir Ahmad Khan and then Member (Technical), PAEC (Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission), Dr. Ishfaq Ahmad, and Martial Law Administrator (Martial law administrator) of Balochistan Province General Rahimuddin Khan (General Rahimuddin Khan). A 3,325 feet long tunnel was bored in the Ras Koh Hills which was 8–9 feet in diameter and was shaped like a fishhook for it to be self-sealing. In 2003, a team of Pakistani statisticians and mathematicians met the officials of Government of Pakistan where they had urged the government to established the Separate Division to mathematically modeled (Mathematical economics) the country (Pakistan)'s economy (Economy of Pakistan). The following years, the Statistics Division (Statistics Division of the Government of Pakistan) was established under the technical direction of Scientist Emeritus (Scientist) of PAEC (Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission), dr. Asghar Qadir. As of today, Asif Bajwa is the current secretary-general of the Statistics Division. And, Minister responsible for the Division is Dr. Abdul Hafeez Shaikh, Finance Minister of Pakistan.


Donetsk

; №193 за 24.08.2006. Ринат Ахметов: "Я не хочу умирать!" and his mother, Nyakiya Akhmetova, was a shop assistant. Rinat Akhmetov has an older brother, Igor, who as well worked as a coal miner but had to resign due work related health complications (Occupational disease). Rinat Akhmetov Fights Against TB with Brother’s Disease in Memories DATE OF BIRTH 21 September 1966 PLACE OF BIRTH Donetsk, Donetsk


Bournemouth

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Toledo, Ohio

The Spanish citizens worked aboard U.S. ships between 1950 and 1998, and claim that they were exposed to asbestos dust and fibers from piping insulation produced by Owens-Illinois. The piping insulation was originally manufactured in Sayreville (w:Sayreville, New Jersey), Middlesex County (w:Middlesex County, New Jersey), and Berlin (w:Berlin, New Jersey), Camden County (w:Camden County, New Jersey), New Jersey. The workers say they suffer from diseases related to asbestos such as asbestosis (w:Asbestosis). Owens-Illinois has headquarters in Toledo, Ohio (w:Toledo, Ohio) and is a Delaware corporation (w:Delaware corporation).


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