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English composer and singer. After studying in Italy and France, he returned to England where he taught for several years at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and became a well known singer and composer of art songs. In the early 1880s he began to compose music for the stage, eventually achieving his greatest successes with opera in Monte Carlo from the late 1890s through the outbreak of World War I. His most popular opera, ''Messaline'' (1899), enjoyed frequent revivals throughout Europe and in the United States during the first quarter of the 20th century. He returned to London and spent much of the 1920s trying to create a permanent National opera company in England without much success. 1970 In 1970, Margaret Court won all four Grand Slam singles tournaments and was clearly the World No. 1. King lost to Court three times in the first four months of the year, in Philadelphia, Dallas, and Johannesburg (at the South African Open). Court, however, was not totally dominant during this period as King defeated her in Sydney and Durban, South Africa. Where Court dominated was at the Grand Slam tournaments. King did not play the Australian Open. King had leg cramps and lost to Helga Niessen Masthoff of West Germany in the quarterfinals of the French Open 2–6, 8–6, 6–1. Formula One looks set to enter an era of standardised engines. The FIA (w:FIA) is meeting with teams in Monte Carlo (w:Monte Carlo) and is expected to approve the use by some teams of a standardised power unit provided by Cosworth (w:Cosworth), an automotive engineering company, from 2010 onwards. The move to a standard engine, which is common in lower tiers of open wheeled racing such as GP2 (w:GP2 Series), was pushed for by FIA President Max Mosley (w:Max Mosley) earlier this year as he aims to reduce team costs. This would not see the exclusion of manufacturer made engines, as at this time participation in the system would be voluntary and teams would be free to build licensed Cosworth engines or their own powerplants but on a performance par with the Cosworth unit. Mosley has stated that stabilising Formula One means that the FIA "...must stabilize the system with a base engine which anyone can have and which is inexpensive, as well as a standard gearbox" and has warned of future budget problems, saying that "Honda pulled out because of falling car sales and there is no guarantee that these falling sales, which affect all manufacturers, will not drop further". thumb left Circuit de Monaco (File:Circuit_Monaco.svg) Brawn (w:Brawn GP) Mercedes (w:Mercedes-Benz in motorsport) driver Jenson Button (w:Jenson Button) won today's FIA (w:Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile) Formula One (w:Formula One) 2009 (w:2009 Monaco Grand Prix) Grand Prix de Monaco (w:Monaco Grand Prix) on the Circuit de Monaco (w:Circuit de Monaco) at Monte Carlo (w:Monte Carlo), Monaco. This became his fifth win this season (w:2009 Formula One season).


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, but the selectors did not choose her for either the Open or Ladies teams (the reasons are not known). The Open team played with the lesser player Jordanis Pavlides in her place, because their other regular team members such as Pedro Juan were not available. That team won the European and later the Bermuda Bowl trophies. In effect, a bizarre decision by the selectors cost her the European and World teams championships in the Open category. Markus, Rixi (1972). ''Common-sense bridge''. The Bodley Head, London. Chapter 1, p26-27. She had other disappointments; this was not the only time she was dropped from the Ladies' team, often when her results were quite outstanding. death_date Formula One looks set to enter an era of standardised engines. The FIA (w:FIA) is meeting with teams in Monte Carlo (w:Monte Carlo) and is expected to approve the use by some teams of a standardised power unit provided by Cosworth (w:Cosworth), an automotive engineering company, from 2010 onwards. The move to a standard engine, which is common in lower tiers of open wheeled racing such as GP2 (w:GP2 Series), was pushed for by FIA President Max Mosley (w:Max Mosley) earlier this year as he aims to reduce team costs. This would not see the exclusion of manufacturer made engines, as at this time participation in the system would be voluntary and teams would be free to build licensed Cosworth engines or their own powerplants but on a performance par with the Cosworth unit. Mosley has stated that stabilising Formula One means that the FIA "...must stabilize the system with a base engine which anyone can have and which is inexpensive, as well as a standard gearbox" and has warned of future budget problems, saying that "Honda pulled out because of falling car sales and there is no guarantee that these falling sales, which affect all manufacturers, will not drop further". thumb left Circuit de Monaco (File:Circuit_Monaco.svg) Brawn (w:Brawn GP) Mercedes (w:Mercedes-Benz in motorsport) driver Jenson Button (w:Jenson Button) won today's FIA (w:Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile) Formula One (w:Formula One) 2009 (w:2009 Monaco Grand Prix) Grand Prix de Monaco (w:Monaco Grand Prix) on the Circuit de Monaco (w:Circuit de Monaco) at Monte Carlo (w:Monte Carlo), Monaco. This became his fifth win this season (w:2009 Formula One season).


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result he would achieve for the team, for the season was to end with seventh in the drivers' championship, with no victories. Rule changes that were to be brought in for the 2004 season changed the previous practice of having three nominated points-scorers within a team to two. With Loeb partway through a multiple year contract, this meant the Citroën factory team, under Guy Frequelin's leadership, were forced to choose between dropping McRae or Sainz. With Sainz being the more successful of the two during the 2003 season, it was McRae who had to look elsewhere for 2004. Uncertain future for McRae David Richards, McRae's former boss at Subaru, who had by now taken over WRC's commercial rights holders ISC and worried that the loss of a character like McRae would damage his ability to market the sport, set about trying to help McRae find a drive for 2004. Rally supremo vows to help McRae McRae was unable to find a team, and for the first time in over ten years he would not be competing in the World Rally Championship. Official name XVII Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco (Monaco Grand Prix) Location Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco Course Street Circuit Official name XIXe Grand Prix de Monaco (Monaco Grand Prix) Location Circuit de Monaco Monte Carlo La Condamine, Monaco Course Street circuit The '''1961 Monaco Grand Prix''' was a Formula One motor race held on May 14, 1961 on the Circuit de Monaco in Monte Carlo, Monaco. It was the first round of the 1961 World Championship of Drivers, and the first World Championship race under the new 1.5 litre engine regulations. http: www.grandprix.com gpe rr095.html 1961 Monaco Grand Prix report from grandprix.com Official name XXIV Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco (Monaco Grand Prix) Location Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco Course Street Circuit Official name XXVI Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco (Monaco Grand Prix) Location Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco Course Street Circuit Official name XXVII Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco (Monaco Grand Prix) Location Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco Course Street Circuit Season_No 13 Location Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco Course Street circuit Season_No 12 Location Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco Course Street circuit Season_No 14 Location Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco Course Street circuit Season_No 16 Location Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco Course Street circuit Official name 41e Grand Prix de Monaco (Monaco Grand Prix) Location Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco Course Street circuit Official name Location Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco Course Street circuit Official name 41e Grand Prix de Monaco (Monaco Grand Prix) Location Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco Course Street circuit Season_No 16 Location Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco Course Street circuit The '''1987 Monaco Grand Prix''' was a Formula One race held on May 31, 1987 at the Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo. It was the fourth race of the 1987 Formula One season. It was the 45th Monaco Grand Prix. Season_No 16 Location Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco Course Street circuit The '''1988 Monaco Grand Prix''' was a Formula One race held on May 15, 1988 at the Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo. It was the third race of the 1988 Formula One season. Image Montecarlo_1986.jpg Location Circuit de Monaco Monte Carlo, Monaco Course Temporary street circuit The '''1994 Monaco Grand Prix''' was a Formula One motor race held on May 15, 1994 at the Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo. The race, which was the fourth race of the 1994 Formula One season, was won by Michael Schumacher and was the first race following the death of Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger in San Marino (1994 San Marino Grand Prix). Season_No 17 Location Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco Course Temporary street circuit The '''1995 Monaco Grand Prix''' (formally the '''LIII Grand Prix de Monaco''') was a Formula One motor race held on May 28, 1995 at the Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco. It was the fifth round of the 1995 Formula One season. The race, contested over 78 laps, was won by Michael Schumacher for the Benetton (Benetton Formula) team after starting from second position. Damon Hill finished second for Williams (WilliamsF1) after starting from pole position and leading the first 23 laps of the race, ahead of Gerhard Berger in a Ferrari (Scuderia Ferrari) car. The remaining points-scoring positions were filled by Johnny Herbert in the second Benetton, Mark Blundell (McLaren) and Heinz-Harald Frentzen (Sauber). Schumacher's win was his third of the season thus far and extended his lead in the World Drivers' Championship (List of Formula One World Drivers' Champions) over Hill to five points. It was also Renault (Renault F1)'s first win in the Monaco Grand Prix, as Benetton's engine supplier. Season_No 17 Location Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco Course Temporary street circuit The '''1997 Monaco Grand Prix''' was a Formula One race held on May 11, 1997 at the Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco. Date May 16 Location Monte Carlo, Monaco Course Temporary street circuit The '''1999 Monaco Grand Prix''' was a Formula One race held on May 16, 1999 at the Circuit de Monaco in Monte Carlo, Monaco. It was the fourth race of the 1999 Formula One season. thumb 250px Ron Dennis (Image:Ron dennis 2000Monaco.jpg) during Thursday's practice session. The '''2000 Monaco Grand Prix''' was a Formula One race held on June 4, 2000 at the Circuit de Monaco in Monte Carlo, Monaco. It was the seventh race of the 2000 Formula One season. __FORCETOC__ WBA Bantamweight Championship Sandoval's next fight was held on 15 March 1984. Despite his record of 22 victories without any losses, including fifteen knockouts, he was a virtual unknown to most boxing fans when he met the WBA (World Boxing Association) Bantamweight champion Jeff Chandler (Jeff Chandler (boxer)) in Atlantic City (Atlantic City, New Jersey). After dropping the champion in round eleven, Sandoval knocked Chandler out in round fifteen, to become champion in a major upset. He followed this up with his first trip abroad, to Monte Carlo on September 22. He outpointed the top ranked and well known Edgar Román‎ over fifteen rounds on the undercard of Donald Curry's sixth round knockout win over Nino LaRocca. He fought again on 15 December against Cardenio Ulloa, who was attempting to become the first Chilean world boxing champion in history. According to the report made by ''Ring En Español'', Ulloa caused Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet to jump off his chair with excitement when he dropped Sandoval in the first round, but Sandoval recovered and retained the title with an eighth-round knockout. http: boxrec.com media index.php Jeff_Chandler_vs._Richie_Sandoval Abberline was subsequently involved in the investigation of the Cleveland Street scandal in 1889. Chief Inspector Abberline retired from the police on 8 February 1892, having received 84 commendations and awards, and worked as a private enquiry agent, including three seasons at Monte Carlo, before taking over the European Agency of the famous Pinkerton National Detective Agency of America (USA), for whom he worked for 12 years. Begg, Fido and Skinner, pg5 Jean-Pierre is successful at getting Harvey to buy a fake Van Gogh painting - he has always wanted one. When Harvey heads to Monte Carlo on vacation, a pill in his drink at the Casino causes severe abdominal pain which is made to look like a Gallstone, and Robin operates, though barely breaking the skin, and collects a large bill. Stephen impersonates an Oxford official, as do the others, and gets Harvey to think he is getting an honorary degree in exchange for a contribution. James, though unable to come up with a plan of his own, has been crucial to the success of the others' plans - and when he meets Anne's father, learns that he is none other than Harvey. * At a press conference to the Foreign Press Association, he was asked for his thoughts on Benito Mussolini. A journalist reminded him that 15 years earlier he had called the dictator the greatest statesman of the century. Fini replied: "I'm fascinated by your question.... clearly the answer is in what I've done in the past 15 years. Today my answer is no, I have changed my mind, otherwise I would be schizophrenic." AGI Formula One looks set to enter an era of standardised engines. The FIA (w:FIA) is meeting with teams in Monte Carlo (w:Monte Carlo) and is expected to approve the use by some teams of a standardised power unit provided by Cosworth (w:Cosworth), an automotive engineering company, from 2010 onwards. The move to a standard engine, which is common in lower tiers of open wheeled racing such as GP2 (w:GP2 Series), was pushed for by FIA President Max Mosley (w:Max Mosley) earlier this year as he aims to reduce team costs. This would not see the exclusion of manufacturer made engines, as at this time participation in the system would be voluntary and teams would be free to build licensed Cosworth engines or their own powerplants but on a performance par with the Cosworth unit. Mosley has stated that stabilising Formula One means that the FIA "...must stabilize the system with a base engine which anyone can have and which is inexpensive, as well as a standard gearbox" and has warned of future budget problems, saying that "Honda pulled out because of falling car sales and there is no guarantee that these falling sales, which affect all manufacturers, will not drop further". thumb left Circuit de Monaco (File:Circuit_Monaco.svg) Brawn (w:Brawn GP) Mercedes (w:Mercedes-Benz in motorsport) driver Jenson Button (w:Jenson Button) won today's FIA (w:Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile) Formula One (w:Formula One) 2009 (w:2009 Monaco Grand Prix) Grand Prix de Monaco (w:Monaco Grand Prix) on the Circuit de Monaco (w:Circuit de Monaco) at Monte Carlo (w:Monte Carlo), Monaco. This became his fifth win this season (w:2009 Formula One season).


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of a "P" and that he wanted to put it on the moon as a symbol of Peace for the world. Hartford was responsible for getting the Gambling License for Paradise Island by hiring Sir Stafford Sands a Bahamian Lawyer. World Athletics Final (2003 IAAF World Athletics Final) Monte Carlo, Monaco align "center" 6th 2004 IAAF World Athletics Final World


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. The International Circus Festival of Monte-Carlo International Circus Festival of Monte-Carlo has been held in Monte Carlo since 1974 and was the first of many international awards for circus performers. In the 1960s and 1970s, the circus began to lose popularity as the general public became more interested in alternative forms of entertainment such as movies, music, and TV shows. Some circuses stayed afloat by merging with other circus


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, "Charlotte Casiraghi in Brazil," Rdujour, 3 August 2009 and Valkenswaard. Dutch win at Valkenswaard on Day 3, ''Hunter Jumper News'', 23 August 2009. Accessed 2 December 2009. World Athletics Final (2003 IAAF World Athletics Final) Monte Carlo, Monaco bgcolor "gold" 1st World Athletics Final (2004 IAAF World Athletics Final) Monte Carlo, Monaco bgcolor "silver" 2nd

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Monte Carlo, Monaco bgcolor "silver" 2nd For the 1959 Monaco Grand Prix the Ferrari factory team fielded truncated versions of the cars they ran in future grand prix races. At Monte Carlo the Ferraris' long sleek snouts (air scoops) were cut away to allow more air into the cooling systems. ''Grand Prix Course In Monaco Is Too Slow, Drivers Complain'', New York Times, May 10, 1959, Page S3. Wolfgang von Trips lost control of his Porsche (Porsche in motorsport) in a bend where the street was steeply inclined to Casino. Allison's Ferrari crashed into him as he spun. The Lotus of Bruce Halford came next into the blind curve and became part of the wreck. Allison and his Ferrari suffered the least damage while von Trips sustained a gashed face, and Halford had a cut to his arm. Neither of the three cars could continue. ''Brabham Wins Grand Prix de Monaco after Moss' Auto Drops Out'', May 11, 1959, Page 36. Monaco * Monte Carlo, Monaco Portugal A long-time friend of Bond's and an agent of the French secret service, the DGSE (Direction Générale de la Sécurité Extérieure). Mathis was a main character in ''Casino Royale (Casino Royale (novel))'' and a supporting character in ''From Russia, with Love (From Russia, with Love (novel))'', ''Never Dream of Dying'' and ''Devil May Care (Devil May Care (novel))''. It was Mathis who captured the SMERSH (SMERSH (James Bond)) villain Rosa Klebb. Mathis also used CPR to keep Bond alive after he was poisoned by Klebb until a doctor arrived. In ''Casino Royale'' it is stated that he met Bond on assignment prior WW2, in Monte Carlo, as Bond was trying to crack down a group of Romanians cheating at local casino with the usage of invisible ink. He is reassigned to work with Bond at the time of events in ''Casino Royale'', where he poses as a radio salesman, helping Bond out and introducing him to Vesper Lynd. In the novel Thunderball (Thunderball (novel)), Bill Tanner asks Moneypenny to send a copy of SPECTRE's ransom demand letter to Mathis at the Deuxième Bureau. In ''Never Dream of Dying'', he was captured by the head of the Union, ''Le Gérant'', and blinded with lasers, although Bond later saved him from imprisonment. A younger version of Mathis also appears in the Young Bond short story ''A Hard Man to Kill.'' If it is considered cannon this is the first time the two met. The boat featured at the end of the film is the 118 WallyPower, built by Monte Carlo-based Wally Yachts. The car that Tom Lincoln owns is a 2002 concept car, the Cadillac Cien. The estimated budget for ''Superman Returns'' marketing campaign was $45.5 million, the second highest of the year behind Disney's (Walt Disney Pictures) $53.5 million campaign for ''Cars (Cars (film))''. Formula One looks set to enter an era of standardised engines. The FIA (w:FIA) is meeting with teams in Monte Carlo (w:Monte Carlo) and is expected to approve the use by some teams of a standardised power unit provided by Cosworth (w:Cosworth), an automotive engineering company, from 2010 onwards. The move to a standard engine, which is common in lower tiers of open wheeled racing such as GP2 (w:GP2 Series), was pushed for by FIA President Max Mosley (w:Max Mosley) earlier this year as he aims to reduce team costs. This would not see the exclusion of manufacturer made engines, as at this time participation in the system would be voluntary and teams would be free to build licensed Cosworth engines or their own powerplants but on a performance par with the Cosworth unit. Mosley has stated that stabilising Formula One means that the FIA "...must stabilize the system with a base engine which anyone can have and which is inexpensive, as well as a standard gearbox" and has warned of future budget problems, saying that "Honda pulled out because of falling car sales and there is no guarantee that these falling sales, which affect all manufacturers, will not drop further". thumb left Circuit de Monaco (File:Circuit_Monaco.svg) Brawn (w:Brawn GP) Mercedes (w:Mercedes-Benz in motorsport) driver Jenson Button (w:Jenson Button) won today's FIA (w:Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile) Formula One (w:Formula One) 2009 (w:2009 Monaco Grand Prix) Grand Prix de Monaco (w:Monaco Grand Prix) on the Circuit de Monaco (w:Circuit de Monaco) at Monte Carlo (w:Monte Carlo), Monaco. This became his fifth win this season (w:2009 Formula One season).


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in the first season. With the influence of the first director, Jules Cohen (who was instrumental in bringing Adelina Patti) and the fortunate combination of Raoul Gunsbourg, the new director from 1883, and Princess Alice (Alice Heine), the opera-loving American wife of Charles III's successor, Albert I (Albert I, Prince of Monaco), the company was thrust onto the world's opera community stage. Gunsbourg had remained for sixty years. By the early years


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and seating system was bought. Topping the tenth anniversary celebrations was a prestigious silver crown, which the circus won in Monte Carlo, Monaco. This year six acrobats jugglers showcased their talent at the International Circus School competition in Monte Carlo. The creative and technical (dance and acrobatic) projected was headed by Rosalinda Rojas. Carlos Guity and James Clowny were the two lead pre-professional competitors. Many of these New York School for Circus Arts students


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, and the semifinals in Indian Wells (Indian Wells, California), Monte Carlo, and Canada. In Sankt Polten, Austria, he won his fourth career title by defeating the Spaniard Félix Mantilla (Félix Mantilla Botella) 6-1, 6-4. Ríos again reached the final in Santiago de Chile (where a sort of curse seemed to deny him victory in front of his home crowd), and also reached the finals in Barcelona and Scottsdale (Scottsdale, Arizona). For much of the year Ríos would be ranked in the top


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Monte Carlo

'''Monte Carlo''' ( , Monégasque (Monégasque dialect): ''Monte-Carlu'') officially refers to an administrative area of the Principality of Monaco, specifically the ward (Ward (country subdivision)) of Monte Carlo Spélugues, where the Monte Carlo Casino is located. Informally the name also refers to a larger district, the Monte Carlo Quarter (corresponding to the former municipality of Monte Carlo), which besides Monte Carlo Spélugues also includes the wards of La Rousse Saint Roman (Saint Roman, Monaco), Larvotto Bas Moulins (Larvotto), and Saint Michel (Saint Michel, Monaco). The permanent population of the ward of Monte Carlo is about 3,500, while that of the quarter is about 15,000. Monaco has four traditional quarters. From west to east they are: Fontvieille (Fontvieille, Monaco) (the newest), Monaco-Ville (the oldest), La Condamine, and Monte Carlo.

Monte Carlo (literally "Mount Charles") is situated on a prominent escarpment at the base of the Maritime Alps along the French Riviera. Near the western end of the quarter is the world-famous Place du Casino, the gambling center which has made Monte Carlo "an international byword for the extravagant display and reckless dispersal of wealth". "Monaco" in ''The New Encyclopædia Britannica'', 15th edition (Chicago, 1991), vol. 8, p. 243. It is also the location of the Hôtel de Paris (Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo), the Café de Paris, and the Salle Garnier (the casino theatre which is the home of the Opéra de Monte-Carlo).

The eastern part of the quarter includes the community of Larvotto with Monaco's only public beach, as well as its new convention center (the Grimaldi Forum), and the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort. At the quarter's eastern border, one crosses into the French (France) town of Beausoleil (Beausoleil, Alpes-Maritimes) (sometimes referred to as Monte-Carlo-Supérieur), and just to its east is the western border of Italy.

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