Mobile, Alabama

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occurred in late January 2007 at a ''SmackDown (WWE SmackDown)'' ''ECW (ECW on SyFy)'' live event in Mobile, Alabama, where he joined the Brothers of Destruction at ringside, wearing his Paul Bearer attire, and carrying the original urn. Pringle, Percy. (2007-01-29) Percy's Posts: An Overdue Update. Retrieved on 2011-03-08. The '''Mobile Revelers''' were a National Basketball

Development League (NBDL) team based in Mobile (Mobile, Alabama), Alabama. Playing their home games at the Mobile Civic Center, the Revelers was a charter franchise in the 2001-02 season (2001–2002 NBDL season) and folded after the 2002-03 season (2002–2003 NBDL season). The team was named after the people who took part in Mardi Gras parades as the Mardi Gras tradition started in Mobile (Mardi Gras in Mobile). Education Nick Bollettieri attended Pelham Memorial High

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, damaged eastern sections of the city with extensive flooding in downtown, the Battleship Parkway, and the elevated Jubilee Parkway.

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with a strong, if brief, showing in the game itself, rushing for 31 yards on 3 carries and catching 2 passes for 28 yards. For the Combine, Williams trained at D1 Sports Training in Nashville, TN. From 1994 to 1997, Savoy was half of a joint venture with Fox Broadcasting Company, in a company called SF Broadcasting. Stations owned by SF Broadcasting were WALA-TV in Mobile (Mobile, Alabama), Alabama, WLUK-TV in Green Bay (Green Bay, Wisconsin), Wisconsin, WVUE

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accessdate October 20, 2007 archiveurl http: web 20071018023858 http: about archivedate October 18, 2007 The Mobile area's local magazine is ''Mobile Bay Monthly''. The ''Mobile Beacon'' is an alternative focusing on the African-American

work "POW! Publishing" url http: thomasville.html accessdate 2008-01-08 The tracks between Mobile (Mobile, Alabama) and Selma (Selma, Alabama) were completed the same year that Thomasville began. First referred to as "Choctaw", the town was named after railroad financier and former Union (Union army) Civil War (American Civil War) general, Samuel Thomas, after he donated $500 for the construction of Thomasville's first school

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was stricken from the Naval Vessel Register on 17 April and sold to Pinto Island Metals Company for scrapping on 21 January 1947. T2-SE-A1 By far the most common variety of the T2-type tanker was the T2-SE-A1, another commercial design already being built in 1940 by the Sun Shipbuilding Company for Standard Oil Company of New Jersey. They were and

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: Collection_Story.htm title Collection Story work ''Follow the Drinking Gourd:'' A Cultural History author Joel Bresler publisher accessdate 2011-06-18 It had been discovered by H. B. Parks, an entomologist and amateur folklorist. According to the article by Parks, Peg Leg Joe, an operative of the Underground Railroad, passing himself off as a journeyman laborer, traveled from plantation to plantation

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house in Ashland Place (Ashland Place Historic District (Mobile, Alabama)). Geography Mobile is located at 30°40'46" North, 88°6'12" West (30.679523, −88.103280), in the southwestern corner of the U.S. state of Alabama. According

to Mobile work Mobile Chamber of Commerce url http: meet_neig.pdf accessdate November 30, 2007 Neighborhoods Mobile has a number of notable historic neighborhoods. These include Ashland Place (Ashland Place Historic District (Mobile, Alabama)), Campground (Campground Historic District), Church Street East (Church Street East Historic District), De Tonti Square (De Tonti Square Historic District), Leinkauf (Leinkauf Historic District), Lower

Historic District Old Dauphin Way , Oakleigh Garden (Oakleigh Garden Historic District), Lower Dauphin Street (Lower Dauphin Street Historic District), Leinkauf (Leinkauf Historic District), De Tonti Square (De Tonti Square Historic District), Church Street East (Church Street East Historic District), Ashland Place (Ashland Place Historic District (Mobile, Alabama)), Campground (Campground Historic District), and Midtown (Midtown Historic District (Mobile, Alabama)). ref name

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, damaged eastern sections of the city with extensive flooding in downtown, the Battleship Parkway, and the elevated Jubilee Parkway.

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Coast in Mobile, Alabama, by Most Rev. Michael Portier (Michael Portier), Bishop of Mobile, Alabama. It was the first Catholic college in the South, fifth oldest Catholic college in the United States, and third oldest of the 28 member Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities. It is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. In 2010, US News & World Report reported that Spring Hill College ranked 14th among the top

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perform at local DIY (DIY ethic) (Do It Yourself) show. He became particularly influenced by the political edge and personal freedom associated with punk (punk subculture) ethics, growing angry with the southern fundamentalist (Fundamentalist Christianity) ideals that he grew up with. When his tour of duty was finished, Lee decided to give radio a try as a career in the U.S., and was hired at WKRG in Mobile, Alabama. With hard work and dedication, he began to perfect his radio skills

Mobile, Alabama

'''Mobile''' ( making it the third most populous city in the State (U.S. state) of Alabama, the most populous in Mobile County, and the largest municipality on the Gulf Coast (Gulf Coast of the United States) between New Orleans, Louisiana (New Orleans), and St. Petersburg, Florida.

Alabama's only saltwater port, Mobile is located at the head of the Mobile Bay and the north-central Gulf Coast.

Mobile began as the first capital of colonial French Louisiana (Louisiana (New France)) in 1702. During its first 100 years, Mobile was a colony of France (Early Modern France), then Britain (Kingdom of Great Britain), and lastly Spain. Mobile first became a part of the United States of America in 1813, with the annexation of West Florida under President James Madison. In 1861 Alabama joined the Confederate States of America, which surrendered in 1865.

As one of the Gulf Coast (Gulf Coast of the United States)'s cultural centers, Mobile has several art museums, a symphony orchestra, a professional opera, a professional ballet company, and a large concentration of historic architecture. In 2005 the first integrated mystic society had a parade for Mardi Gras.

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