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For Girls, then at age 19 joined the staff of the ''Jamaica Gleaner (Gleaner Company)'' in Kingston (Kingston, Jamaica). She later won a scholarship to study journalism in Cardiff, Wales, and then at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. While at university she began writing fiction and poetry. On her return to Jamaica, she worked as a journalist before joining the Institute of Social and Economic Research at the University of the West Indies, where she edited the journal ''Social


in Metalstorm Retrieved March 15, 2010 Biography A native of Bucharest, he graduated Politehnica University (University Politehnica of Bucharest) in 1981, majoring in Computer Science. Popescu began writing fiction during the communist regime (Communist Romania), focusing on his journalistic career after the Romanian Revolution of 1989. He made his debut in 1984 in the ''Echinox'' literary magazine of Cluj-Napoca with the SF story ''Grădina de cenuşă'' ("The Ash Garden"). Popescu's work was subsequently featured in most SF anthologies, almanacs and magazines before 1990, and he was twice a laureate of the ROMCON Awards (1985, 1986). He received the Eurocon Award for the collection of short stories ''Planetarium''. * 7 April 2006: Philadelphia International Film Festival (Philadelphia, USA) * 3 June 2006: Transilvania International Film Festival (Cluj-Napoca, Romania) * 12 April 2007: Wisconsin Film Festival (Wisconsin, USA) '''Bela Gold''', also '''Bill Gold''', (born 30 January 1915), was born in Cluj-Napoca (then Austria-Hungary, now Romania). Life He was born as ''Ioan Micu'' (''Inocenţiu'' being his clergy name, and ''Klein'' the German translation of his surname, sometimes rendered back into Romanian (Romanian language) transcription as ''Clain'') in Sadu, nowadays in Sibiu County, in 1692 from a lower-class family. He studied by the Jesuits in Cluj (Cluj-Napoca) and trained in theology in Trnava. WikiPedia:Cluj-Napoca Commons:Category:Cluj-Napoca


in Marburg, Kassel and Munich. At the same time he attended university lectures as a guest student and began with early attempts at writing fiction. Between 1955 and 1963 he was a lector at a major West-German publishing house. thumb Westerwald near Arborn (Greifenstein (Image:Arborn Panorama.jpg)) The '''Westerwald''' ( ; literally 'Western Forest') is a low mountain range on the right bank of the River Rhine in the States of Germany German federal states

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said that the novel ''Brideshead Revisited'' is what inspired his work and literature). He started writing fiction at the age of 16. At age 17 he made his first submission to the magazine ''The Atlantic Monthly''. Although it wasn't published, he received a note from the editor complimenting his work. The Central District of California (United States District Court for the Central District of California) is the largest federal district by population; it includes much of the Greater Los Angeles Area. By contrast, New York City and the surrounding metropolitan area (New York metropolitan area) are divided between the Southern District of New York (United States District Court for the Southern District of New York) (which includes Manhattan and The Bronx) and the Eastern District of New York (United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York) (which includes Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island). New York suburbs in Connecticut and New Jersey are covered by the District of Connecticut (United States District Court for the District of Connecticut) and District of New Jersey (United States District Court for the District of New Jersey) respectively. I-95 then follows the New Jersey Turnpike north through Newark (Newark, New Jersey) and into New York on the George Washington Bridge. I-95 travels across Manhattan, The Bronx, and southern Westchester County in New York before reaching Connecticut. birth_date United States law enforcement officials announced the arrest Thursday of four men in connection with a plot to blow up two synagogues in The Bronx (w:The Bronx), a borough of New York City (New York, New York), and shoot down military airplanes flying out of the Stewart Air National Guard Base (w:Stewart Air National Guard Base). thumb left Satellite photo of Stewart Air National Guard Base (File:Stewartafb-ny-20apr1994.jpg)


''' is a science fiction author, and full-time novelist from Wiltshire, England. Originally from the Portsmouth area, Traviss worked as both a journalist and defence correspondent before turning her attention to writing fiction. She also served in both the Territorial Army and the Royal Naval Auxiliary Service. Traviss is a graduate of the Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy workshop (Clarion Workshop). Her first published novel, ''City of Pearl'' (2004) centered around the clash


Review, later renamed The Toronto Review of Contemporary Writing Abroad), and began writing fiction. In 1989, with the publication of his first novel, The Gunny Sack, he was invited to spend a season at the International Writing Program of the University of Iowa. In 1996 he was a Fellow of the Indian Institute of Advanced Study in Shimla, India. *White Zimbabweans (White people in Zimbabwe) in Rhodesia (now known as Zimbabwe) * Indian diaspora in East Africa East-African


of the Tailhook Association. He remained in that position for three years before deciding to focus full time to writing fiction. His first novel was published in June 1990. ''Warriors'' depicted a Mideast air war and became


or married one. His Hebrew name was Chaim Tzvi (חיים צבי). He received an Orthodox (Orthodox Judaism) Jewish education. After reading Evelyn Waugh's novel Brideshead Revisited as a teenager, he decided to become a writer (he often said that the novel ''Brideshead Revisited'' is what inspired his work and literature). He started writing fiction at the age of 16. At age 17 he made his first submission to the magazine ''The Atlantic Monthly''. Although it wasn't published, he received a note from the editor complimenting his work. Biological Threats Identification and Countermeasure Centre of the Military Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology Poland, Puławy 3 Sanitary and Epidemiological Station Poland, Warsaw 3 The Cod Wars were a series of conflicts between Iceland and the United Kingdom from the late 1950s to the mid-1970s. The first Cod War took place in 1958 when Britain was unable to prevent Iceland from extending its fishing limits from 4 to 12 miles (nautical mile) (7 to 22 km) off the coast of Iceland. The second Cod War lasted from 1972 to 1973, when Iceland extended the limit to 50 miles (93 km). The third Cod War began in November 1975, when Iceland extended its zone of control over fishing from 50 miles (93 km) to 200 miles (370 km). The UK did not recognize Iceland's authority in the matter and continued to fish inside the disputed area, making this the third time that Iceland and the UK clashed over fishing rights. Iceland deployed a total of eight ships: six Coast Guard vessels and two Polish (Poland)-built stern trawlers (fishing trawler), to enforce her control over fishing rights. In response, the UK deployed a total of twenty-two frigates, seven supply ships, nine tug-boats and three auxiliary ships to protect its 40 fishing trawlers. While few shots were fired during the seven-month conflict, several ships were rammed on both sides, causing damage to the vessels and a few injuries and deaths to the crews. WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland


in Jerusalem, Israel. It was built by ''Kolel Ungarin'', a Hungarian (Hungary) Jewish charity (Tzedaka) supporting Jews living in the Land of Israel. As well as writing fiction, he also contributes a weekly column (Column (newspaper)) for ''The Independent'' newspaper as an op-ed writer. In recent times, he has, on several occasions, attacked anti-Israel boycotts, and for this reason has been labelled a "liberal (liberalism) Zionist". ref name

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. He began writing fiction in 1935 while a physician at Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida, paying off a $60 typewriter at $5 a month. He rewrote the manuscript of ''That None Should Die'', a semi-autobiographical story of a young doctor, six times before Doubleday accepted it. During World War II he commanded a battalion of the 38th Combat Engineers that helped construct a military airfield on Ascension Island in the South Atlantic, a key refueling point

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