with immigrant communities and minorities in Scotland. It sponsored two book awards: * The Scottish Arts Council Book of the Year Award (Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Book Awards) (worth £5,000); and * The Scottish Arts Council Children's Book of the Year Award (worth £10,000). Replacement of the Scottish Arts Council In January 2006, it was announced that the Scottish Government would assume direct responsibility for the main national arts companies ( Scottish Opera
September 2008 the inaugural Whitbread children's book of the year award (Costa Book Awards) (1999), the WHSmith book of the year (British Book Awards) (2006),
Contemporary Writers in the UK publisher The British Council accessdate 2009-02-27 *''Hotel World'' (2001), awarded the Encore Award, a Scottish Arts Council Book Award and the inaugural Scottish Arts Council Book of the Year Award. Shortlisted for the Orange Prize for Fiction and the Man Booker Prize for Fiction. The novel was adapted for the stage by Kidbrooke secondary school and was performed at the Greenwich Theatre and the 2007 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Under the direction of Jackie Wylie, The Arches has recently staged performances such as DEREVO's ''Natura Morte'', Nic Green's ''Trilogy'' and Linder Sterling's ''Darktown Cakewalk''. Their initial recordings were supported by funding from the Scottish Arts Council, and were produced by Michael Brennan, who previously worked with Super Furry Animals and Mogwai. When at Polygon, he tried to publish James Kelman's second novel, and requested a grant from the Scottish Arts Council. They refused, mainly on the basis of a complaint from Alick Buchanan-Smith, a Conservative MP, who complained about the "foul language" in Kelman's first novel. Works As well as several collections of poetry, his books include a memoir, ''Distances'' (2001), from Scottish Cultural Press. Most recently he edited ''100 Favourite Scottish Poems'' (SPL Luath Press, 2006), a TLS Christmas choice, and ''100 Favourite Scottish Love Poems'' (Luath Press, 2008). He has won three Scottish Arts Council book awards, travel awards from the Society of Authors and the English-Speaking Union, and the Institute of Contemporary Scotland's first Iain Crichton Smith award for services to literature. His collection ''An Ear to the Ground'' was a Poetry Book Society Choice, and ''Stolen Light'' was shortlisted for Saltire Scottish book of the year.
NFL player and broadcaster * Israel Greene, adjutant of the Confederate Marine Corps * John Bailey Jones, retired United States federal judge * Michael (Mike) Lloyd Miller (Mike Miller (basketball player)) was born and raised in Mitchell and is an American professional basketball player, was 2000-01 NBA Rookie of the Year, 2005–06 NBA Sixth Man of the Year Award winner, a two-time NBA champion with the Miami Heat, and is currently a member of the NBA (National Basketball Association)'s Cleveland Cavaliers. * George McGovern, former Representative (United States House of Representatives) and Senator (United States Senate) from South Dakota and 1972 (U.S. presidential election, 1972) Democratic (Democratic Party (United States)) nominee for President (President of the United States), grew up in Mitchell, and lived there until his death in 2012. * Adam Morrison, current basketball player for the Charlotte Bobcats, briefly lived in Mitchell as a young child while his father was coaching at Dakota Wesleyan. * Gary Owens, voice actor and Disc Jockey * Howard Rushmore, journalist and investigative reporter * Johnny Schulz 5 time World Amateur Ringside Masters Boxing Champion,2013 National Platinum Gloves Champion (Masters), 2013 NYABC New York Amateur Boxing Championships Champion, Schulz grew up in Mitchell, now living in South Florida. http: thaboxingvoice.com results-for-ring-kings-nyabc-amateur-championship-card 20626 References
goals and 53 assists for 101 points. His totals were good enough for fourth overall in the Interior. 2006-07 BCHL Annual Guide & Record Book (p.61) Goaltender Barry Rysz also played a huge role in Merritt's turnaround as he finished second overall in goals-against-average at 4.39 and was awarded the Best Goaltender of the Year award. Head coach Ed Beers was recognized
by the BCJHL (British Columbia Hockey League) with the Coach of the Year award. In the playoffs, the Cents matched up with Salmon Arm in the Interior Semifinals and took the series in five games. For the second season in a row, Merritt met Vernon (Vernon Vipers) in the Interior Conference Finals and for the second straight year, the result was the same—a 4-0 series sweep at the hands of the Lakers (Vernon Vipers). ref name "BCHL
, and a miners' theatre. Together with the Spanish (Spain) mine at Almadén, it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Heritage of Mercury. Almadén and Idrija) since 2012. Heritage of Mercury. Almadén and Idrija - UNESCO World Heritage Centre In 2011, Idrija was given the Alpine Town of the Year award. History File:Idrija
11, 2009. Retrieved September 22, 2009. As a result, he was a three-sport standout in football (playing quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back), basketball and baseball, earning the school's Athlete of the Year award as a senior in 1969; forty years later he was inducted into the charter class of the Redwood High School Athletic Hall of Fame in April 2009. Adam Rose, Pete Carroll: The high school years, latimes.com, April 8, 2009, Accessed April 10, 2009; Pete Carroll, 1969, Redwood High School Athletic Hall of Fame. Retrieved April 10, 2009. Lefty spent the last years of his life in Novato, California, and died of congestive heart failure on February 17, 1989, in Marin General Hospital in Larkspur (Larkspur, California). Durso, Joseph. "Vernon (Lefty) Gomez, 80, Dies; Starred as a Pitcher for the Yankees". ''New York Times'', February 18, 1989; SSDI: 131034188; California Death Index, 1905-1995. A decade later, he ranked #73 on ''The Sporting News''' list of the 100 Greatest Baseball Players, and was a nominee for the Major League Baseball All-Century Team. Strathairn was born in San Francisco, California, the second of three children of Mary Frances (née Frazier), a nurse, and Thomas Scott Strathairn, Jr., a physician. David Strathairn Film Reference bio. Filmreference.com. Retrieved on July 10, 2011. Welcome to Dispatch Online. Dispatch.co.za (2010-11-12). Retrieved on July 10, 2011. http: www.hivelys.com files FrazierBK f4430.htm He is of Scottish descent through his paternal grandfather, Thomas Scott Strathairn, a native of Crieff, and of Native Hawaiian ancestry through his paternal grandmother, Lei. "Secret Scottish Roots Of Best Actor Nominee". 'The Sunday Mail''. (2009-08-11). Retrieved on July 10, 2011. "David Strathairn Finds the Spotlight". BBC News (2006-01-27). Retrieved on July 10, 2011. Strathairn attended Redwood High School (Redwood High School (Larkspur, California)) in Larkspur, California, and graduated from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts in 1970. Cloverdale (Cloverdale, California) - Larkspur (Larkspur, California) (San Francisco) California Plans for the development of the Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit, a fourteen station commuter rail line from Larkspur (Larkspur, California) to Cloverdale (Cloverdale, California), were approved by voters in November 2008. ; born February 2, 1960 in Larkspur, California) is a retired Major League Baseball shortstop. '''Redwood High School''' is a public secondary school (High school) located in the city of Larkspur (Larkspur, California), Marin County, California, approximately 11 miles north of San Francisco. Redwood High is part of the Tamalpais Union High School District. The school serves the cities of Belvedere (Belvedere, California), Corte Madera (Corte Madera, California), Greenbrae (Greenbrae, California), Kentfield (Kentfield, California), Larkspur (Larkspur, California), Ross (Ross, California), and Tiburon (Tiburon, California). '''Redwood High School''' is a public secondary school (High school) located in the city of Larkspur (Larkspur, California), Marin County, California, approximately 11 miles north of San Francisco. Redwood High is part of the Tamalpais Union High School District. The school serves the cities of Belvedere (Belvedere, California), Corte Madera (Corte Madera, California), Greenbrae (Greenbrae, California), Kentfield (Kentfield, California), Larkspur (Larkspur, California), Ross (Ross, California), and Tiburon (Tiburon, California).
Rovaniemen Palloseura (RoPS). For the 1995 season, he moved to Seinäjoki and took the local club, TP-Seinäjoki into the Veikkausliiga. In 1997, he was offered a post at FC Haka, which he accepted, getting the club promoted from the second tier (Ykkönen) and winning three league championships in a row with the Valkeakoski team. He received the Manager of the Year award in 2000, after Haka's second subsequent title. The first electric trains started
on the oil town of Abadan (Abadan, Iran) when it lost 582 men in a single day. He met Saddam Hussein and sketched him. He encountered some criticism form comrades, given Hussein's brutal dictatorship (including CIA (Central Intelligence Agency)-supported slaughter of communists), but Sprague maintained he was documenting the horrors of war, the subject which had first brought him to political art. He won several prestigious awards, including poster of the year award from the Council of Industrial Design on two occasions. One of the primary reasons for initiating the campaign in Mesopotamia was to defend the oil refinery at Abadan (Abadan, Iran) at the mouth of the Shatt al-Arab. Adopting a forward defence policy, the British army under General Townshend (Charles Vere Ferrers Townshend) fought off a series of small Ottoman forces. Then after a year of a string of defeats, the Ottoman forces were able to halt the British advance in two days of hard fighting at Ctesiphon. Shortly after the European war started, the British sent a military force to protect Abadan (Abadan, Iran). In Abadan was one of the world's earliest oil refineries. British operational planning included landing troops in the Shatt-al-Arab. The reinforced Indian 6th (Poona) Infantry Division (Indian 6th Infantry Division) from the British Indian Army was assigned, designated as Indian Expeditionary Force D (IEFD). The ''Ondina'', presumed last victim The ''Ondina'' was a modern tanker (Tanker (ship)) built for one of the shipping companies of Shell (Royal Dutch Shell), La Corona. She was new, relatively fast and by contemporary standards not lightly armed with a 4" 50 caliber gun on her stern and several machine guns for anti-aircraft use. Under Captain W. Horsman, she was now deployed between Fremantle (Fremantle, Western Australia) in Australia and Abadan (Abadan, Iran) on the oil (petroleum)-rich shores of the Persian Gulf. On her journey to Abadan, she would only enjoy the protection of a small corvette. HMIS ''Bengal'' (HMIS Bengal (J243)) (Lt. Cdr. W.J. Wilson, RNR) was one of the RAN-type Bathurst class corvette minesweepers, although she and three sister ships were allocated to the Indian Navy. She only had one 3-inch gun (a 4-inch gun was not available), which made her firepower barely enough to protect the ''Ondina'' from submarines, let alone from enemy surface raiders. The two ships departed Fremantle on 5 November 1942, expecting a long but uneventful trip. Following the flotation, Costain moved into civil engineering and worked first on the Trans-Iranian Railway and then at Abadan, Iran for BP. Losses on the railway, on Beckton sewage works and the costs of Dolphin Square caused financial problems, and Costain had to look for alternative funds when Barclays withdrew its overdraft facilities. In spite of the British embassy reports claiming the contrary, some sources claim that Reza Shah Pahlavi had allegedly brought Iran "closer" to Germany (Nazi Germany), which was also later used as a pretext for the British and Soviet invasion of Iran. Esposito, ''Islam and Politics'', p. 127 The British feared that the Abadan (Abadan, Iran) Oil Refinery, owned by the Anglo-Persian Oil Company, might fall into German hands — the refinery produced eight million tons of oil in 1940 and was thus a crucial part of the Allied (Allies of World War II) war effort. ) is a multi-purpose stadium in Abadan (Abadan, Iran), Iran. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches and is the home stadium of Sanat Naft F.C.. The stadium holds 25,000 people.
. Education Santos attended kindergarten at Assumption Convent; elementary at Our Lady of Peace Antipolo (where she graduated with a Performer of the Year Award); and high school at Mount Carmel College. Korean schools South Koreans living in the Philippines have a Korean-medium day school for their community's children, the Korean International School Philippines at McKinley Hill in the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City, Metro Manila
A particular concern was that NSP would accelerate conservation programs in the six MEUNS towns (Lunenburg (Lunenburg, Nova Scotia), Mahone Bay, Riverport (Riverport, Nova Scotia), Canso (Canso, Nova Scotia), Berwick (Berwick, Nova Scotia) and Antigonish (Antigonish, Nova Scotia)), reducing town revenues, while lagging in its own service area to preserve its own revenues, possibly as part of a takeover strategy to bankrupt small utilities. The proposal for a small $12 year charge and was approved by the regulator. Departing Lunenburg, Nova Scotia in December 2000 on a 19-month, around the world voyage, Younghusband became a crew member of the barque ''Picton Castle (Picton Castle (ship))''. On board were the captain and 9 other professional crew members, along with 35 trainees including Younghusband. Although he was the narrator of the program, he also had to act as bona-fide member of the crew who was required to live under 19th-century conditions. During the voyage, the footage was aired (beginning in June 2001) as a 16-part documentary on Life Network, and later on other networks like the UK incarnation of the ''Travel Channel''. Topsail Entertainment, which produced the series, later went on to produce the popular series Trailer Park Boys. Younghusband had made a guest appearance on the Topsail-produced series Black Harbour in 1998. During Father Le Loutre’s War, the conflict continued. The Mi'kmaq attacked New England Rangers in the Siege of Grand Pre and Battle at St. Croix. Upon the founding of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Broussard and the Mi'kmaq conducted numerous raids on the village, such as the Raid on Dartmouth (1751), to try to stop the Protestants migration into Nova Scotia. (Similarly, during the French and Indian War, Mi’kmaq, Acadians and Maliseet also engaged in numerous raids on Lunenburg, Nova Scotia to stop the migration, such as the Raid on Lunenburg (1756).) Winthrop Pickard Bell. (1961). ''The "Foreign Protestants" and the Settlement of Nova Scotia''; Mather Byles DesBrisay (1895). ''History of the county of Lunenburg''. Le Loutre and Broussard also worked together to resist the British occupation of Chignecto (Isthmus of Chignecto) (1750) and then later they fought together with Acadians in the Battle of Beausejour (1755). Faragher, John Mack, ''A Great and Noble Scheme'' New York; W. W. Norton & Company, 2005. pp. 110–112 ISBN 0-393-05135-8 (As early as the summer of 1751, La Valiere reported, approximately 250 Acadians had already enrolled in the local militia at Fort Beausejour.) Faragher, p. 271
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