Switzerland

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building time

is the second expansion pack, but it can be played as a standalone (wikt:stand-alone). ''Cossacks: Back to War'' adds two new nations (Switzerland and Hungary) to the choices from ''Cossacks: European Wars'' and ''Cossacks: Art of War'' because of their influence on European history. There are also new maps, a tutorial campaign and a map-editor. It adds several units to various countries, new cannon types and alters some parameters such as building time, upgrade and building costs. Early life The son of Charles Philip Coate, an expatriate businessman, Randoll Coate was born in Lausanne, Switzerland. After studying at the Collège de Lausanne he won a scholarship to Oriel College, Oxford, reading French (French language) and German (German language). In 1940 he was commissioned into the Intelligence Corps (Intelligence Corps (United Kingdom)), using his language abilities to interrogate prisoners of war in the "London Cage (MI19)". He also took part in Operation Archery, a commando raid on port Vågsøy, Norway and helped support Greek (Greece) resistance fighters (Greek Resistance) in liberating Kalamata. He has also served as a diplomat in United States, Switzerland, France, Uruguay and Ecuador. Today Cottolengo Fathers, Sisters, and Brothers still work together in activities primarily geared at communicating God's love for the poorest. They are spread out all over the world: Ecuador, India, Italy, Kenya, Switzerland, Tanzania and United States. The track was released as the album's fourth and final international single in mid-2002 (see 2002 in music), with its Maurice's Nu Soul remix serving as the second single of the group's remix album ''This Is the Remix (This Is the Remix (Destiny's Child album))'' (2002), following the Rockwilder remix of "Bootylicious." A moderate chart success in comparison with previous ''Survivor'' singles, its reached the top ten of the Australian Singles Chart (ARIA Charts), as well as the top 30 in Denmark, the Netherlands and Switzerland. A music video for "Nasty Girl" was directed by Sanaa Hamri. commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


recording industry

; and Finland respectively. In the 21st century, the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) certified the album 11 times platinum.

- Accreditations publisher Australian Recording Industry Association accessdate July 4, 2008 It was given a Diamond certificate from the Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA). <

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success+driving

from milk whey, and therefore includes ingredients such as lactose, lactic acid and minerals. It comes in four varieties: '''Neel Jani''' (born 8 December 1983 in Rorschach (Rorschach, St. Gallen), Switzerland) is a Swiss (Switzerland) race car driver of Indian origin. He has achieved his greatest success driving for A1 Team Switzerland in A1 Grand Prix, helping them win the 2007-2008 title (2007–08 A1 Grand Prix season) and finishing runner-up in 2005

-06 and 2008-09. He has been also a GP2 Series race-winner and Formula One tester. Jani currently competes in sports car racing with Rebellion Racing's LMP1 Lola-Toyota. '''Neel Jani''' (born 8 December 1983 in Rorschach (Rorschach, St. Gallen), Switzerland) is a Swiss (Switzerland) race car driver of Indian origin. He has achieved his greatest success driving for A1 Team Switzerland in A1 Grand Prix, helping them win the 2007–08 A1 Grand Prix season 2007-2008 title


friendly early

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- Early life Buzzi was born at Westerly Hospital, Westerly, Rhode Island, the daughter of Rena Pauline and Angelo Peter Buzzi, a nationally recognized stone sculptor. http: www.filmreference.com film 88 Ruth-Buzzi.html She was raised in Stonington, Connecticut Wequetequock, Connecticut , in a rock house


critical+loyalty

to teach was withdrawn by the church, but nevertheless I retained my chair and my institute (which was separated from the Catholic faculty). For two further decades I remained unswervingly faithful to my church in critical loyalty, and to the present day I have remained professor of ecumenical theology and a Catholic priest in good standing. I affirm the papacy for the Catholic Church, but at the same time indefatigably call for a radical reform of it in accordance with the criterion of the gospel." but the Vatican (Holy See) has rescinded his authority to teach Catholic theology. He had to leave the Catholic faculty, but remained at the University of Tübingen as a professor of ecumenical theology, serving as an emeritus professor since 1996. Although Küng is not officially allowed to teach Catholic theology, neither his bishop nor the Holy See have revoked his priestly faculties. Kosteniuk is married to Swiss (Switzerland)-born Diego Garces, who is of Colombian (Colombian people) descent, and 25 years older than she is. Various photos of Frascati On April 22, 2007 Alexandra gave birth to a daughter, Francesca Maria. Francesca was born 2½ months premature, but after an 8-week stay in the hospital has made a full recovery. After a four year-long stint as an Orthodox (Romanian Orthodox Church) monk at Cernica Monastery, he traveled abroad in 1905. He visited Paris and then moved to Fribourg, where he wrote poetry and attended courses at the local University (University of Fribourg); dissatisfied with the Roman Catholic (Roman Catholic Church) focus encouraged by the latter, he moved to Geneva, where he was employed in a jeweler's workshop. Willhardt ''et al.'', p.15 During the Romanian Peasants' Revolt (1907 Romanian Peasants' Revolt) of 1907, the poet, known for his left-wing discourse and vocal criticism of the violent repression of the peasant movement, was kept under surveillance by Swiss (Switzerland) authorities; a local newspaper claimed that Arghezi's mail had been tampered with, causing a scandal that led to the resignation of several officials. Arghezi, ''Acum patruzeci şi nouă de ani'', 1956, in ''Scrieri'', p.772 News he gathered of the revolt itself left a lasting impression on Arghezi: much later, he was to dedicate an entire volume to the events (his ''1907-Peizaje'', "Landscapes of 1907", which he described as "dealing with ... the contrast between a nation and an abusive, solitary, class (Social class)"). Arghezi, ''Acum patruzeci şi nouă de ani'', 1956, in ''Scrieri'', p.773 They were dynamited and destroyed in March 2001 by the Taliban, on orders from leader Mullah Mohammed Omar, Bamiyan Valley after the Taliban government declared that they were "idols (Idolatry)". Why the Taliban are destroying Buddhas International opinion strongly condemned the destruction of the Buddhas, which was viewed as an example of the intolerance of the Taliban. Japan and Switzerland, among others, have pledged support for the rebuilding of the statues. commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


technical football

supplies. Coppens has arguably been the best technical football player in Belgium. The rather short striker (1.68 m 5'6") was a great dribbler and a productive goal scorer. He played notably for Beerschot (K. Beerschot V.A.C.) (until 1961) and the national team (Belgium national football team) for which he scored 21 goals in 47 matches between 1949 and 1959. Coppens played in the 1954 World Cup (Football World Cup 1954) in Switzerland. "Rik" finished three times top scorer (Belgian First Division top scorers) of the Belgian First Division (in 1952, 1953, and 1955) and he scored 261 goals in 389 games in the Belgian first division .Rik received the first Belgian Golden Shoe in 1954. Albertine was born in Sydney to a Swiss (Switzerland) mother and a French (French people) father. She was raised in North London, attended comprehensive school in Muswell Hill, and at seventeen enrolled in the Hornsey School of Art. commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


supporting band

without a girlfriend? Homeless!’ Cool was seen wearing a similar mask while pranking supporting band "The Bravery" during a concert at Times Union Center in Albany, NY. *'''Captain Underpants''': He is believed to be Reto Peter, a Swiss (Switzerland) producer. This is supported by an obviously faked press conference commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


opposition created

the National Agreement to Solve the Lebanese Crisis, which had been drafted with minimal Sunni Muslim participation. This opposition created a tense relationship with President Amine Gemayel. Continuing problems led Karami to resign on May 4, 1987, but Gemayel, seeing no viable alternative, refused to accept his resignation. At the end of 1983, September was appointed ANC Chief Representative in France, Switzerland and Luxembourg. '''Poiana Braşov''' (


films feature

http: www.egs.edu faculty gaspar-noe biography title Gaspar Noé Faculty Page at European Graduate School (Biography, bibliography and video lectures) publisher European Graduate School author accessdate 2010-09-24 Three of his films feature the character of a nameless butcher played by Philippe Nahon: ''Carne (Carne (film))'', ''I Stand Alone (I Stand Alone (film))'' and, in a cameo, ''Irréversible''. ''Carne'' was the recipient of the Critic's Award


de young

of the new home of the de Young Museum in San Francisco, California, designed by Herzog & de Meuron. Between Mettupalayam (Mettupalayam, Coimbatore) and Coonoor, the line uses the Abt rack and pinion (Rack railway#Abt) system to climb the steep gradient (Grade (slope)). On this rack section trains are operated by 'X' Class steam rack locomotives ('X' Class locomotives (Nilgiri Mountain Railway)) manufactured by the Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works of Winterthur in Switzerland. These steam locomotives can be used on any part of the line (either with or without the rack section),but the newer diesel locomotives can operate on the entire section, between Mettupalayam (Mettupalayam, Coimbatore) and Udagamandalam.This signals the beginning of the process to phase out the coal-fired vintage Swiss engines that took scores of passengers on the rack and pinion track to Coonoor and Udhagamandalam, covering 41.8&nbsp;km, 108 curves, 16 tunnels and 250 bridges The prize is named after the Swiss (Switzerland) author Charles Ferdinand Ramuz. In deciding whether or not to advise Charles V to go to war against France in northern Italy, Gattinara constructed an allegory posing the seven deadly sins against the ten commandments—seven causes for avoiding war, and ten arguments in favor. Against, the reasons were all quite practical: an attack would place a great stake on a single strategy (Military strategy) with an uncertain method of solution; there was not enough money in the treasury; negotiations with other Italian states were uncertain; the Swiss (Switzerland) might ally themselves with France; and the area would soon be fraught with danger from the impending winter. However, Gattinara argued that the war was justified by Charles V’s bond to honor the Pope, whom he needed as an ally. Clearly, God was on Charles’s side, and to let France escape a fight would be to tempt fate (destiny)—he would not have the chance, as resources would not be mobilized so easily next time. Additionally, with the army mobilized, it would not look good to call it off at the eleventh hour. Gattinara saw to it that his ten commandments won out over the seven deadly sins. In the samples of examined in German laboratories in the winter of 2005 2006, the new pathogen was present in eight of ten examined bee hives examined (CVUA Freiburg), with the distribution varying from state to state. The bees with the classical pathogen ''Nosema apis'' came from Thuringia and Bavaria, whereas ''Nosema ceranae'' prevailed in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Bavaria and North Rhine-Westphalia. There were also reports from Switzerland (July 2006) and from several regions of Italy (September 2006) where ''Nosema ceranae'' were found in bee colonies with increased mortality. The portmanteau term "mathcore" emphasizes the influence taken from math rock: ''math'' rock with hard''core''. The earliest known bands to record this hybrid (Hybrid word) include Rorschach (Rorschach (band)), Starkweather (Starkweather (band)), Botch, and Converge. Throughout the 1990s, several other groups started to emerge: Cave In from Massachusetts, Cable (Cable (American band)) from Connecticut, Coalesce from Kansas City (Kansas City, Missouri), and Knut (Knut (band)) from Switzerland. The term mathcore was coined at the release of The Dillinger Escape Plan's 1999 debut album ''Calculating Infinity''. The Dillinger Escape Plan is often considered the "pioneer" of mathcore. "Mathcore band the 'Dillinger Escape Plan' visit NZ" ''3news.co.nz''. Retrieved on August 3, 2008. The style had previously been referred to as "noisecore", "Botch ... a noisecore pioneer", 'Terrorizer'', "Grindcore Special", #180, Feb. 2009, p. 63. which confusingly also refers to a style of (Power noise) hardcore techno and an earlier outgrowth of grindcore. ''Terrorizer'', "Grindcore Special", #180, Feb. 2009, p. 44. ::* Lego establishes the Educational Products Department. ::* New factories are opened in Switzerland and Jutland, Denmark. ::* It is revealed in a survey that seventy percent of all Western European families with kids under fourteen own Lego bricks. Without doubt, she was a very controversial woman, leading a liberal life for a woman of her era. She annulled her marriage to M. de Warens in 1726 after failing in a clothing business that she was putting together. Rousseau met her on Palm Sunday 1728, forever changing both their lives. It was said that she was a spy and a converter for Savoy, then part of the Kingdom of Sardinia. She gave Rousseau the education he lacked and fulfilled his hungry spirit, his need for love. Rousseau never forgot her. When he returned from England in 1767 and was wandering through France and Switzerland, he found out in August 1768 that his ''maman'', as he called her, had died in poverty six years before, in Chambéry. Educated by private tutors at home and afterwards in Switzerland, Selwyn there became interested in geology, and in 1845 he joined the staff of the Geological Survey of Great Britain under Sir Henry De la Beche (Henry De la Beche) and Sir A. C. Ramsay. Selwyn was actively engaged in the survey of North Wales and bordering portions of Shropshire, and a series of splendid geological maps resulted from his joint work with Ramsay and J. B. Jukes (Joseph Beete Jukes), earning a great commendation from Ramsay. Selwyn was promoted to geologist on 1 January 1848. Although mainly an academic at MIT after 1948, Kindleberger during the course of his life worked for several American institutions, such as the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (1936–1939), the Bank of International Settlements in Switzerland (1939–1940), and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (1940–1942). commons:Confoederatio Helvetica

Switzerland

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-- '''Switzerland''' ( . While the Alps occupy the greater part of the territory, the Swiss population of approximately 8 million people is concentrated mostly on the Plateau, where the largest cities are to be found; among them are the two global (global city) and economic centres of Zürich and Geneva.

The establishment of the Swiss Confederation is traditionally dated to 1 August 1291, which is celebrated annually as Swiss National Day. The country has a long history of armed neutrality—it has not been in a state of war internationally since 1815—and did not join the United Nations until 2002. Nevertheless it pursues an active foreign policy and is frequently involved in peace-building processes around the world. Thomas Fleiner, Alexander Misic, Nicole Töpperwien, ''Swiss Constitutional Law'', p. 28, Kluwer Law International In addition to being the birthplace of the Red Cross (International Committee of the Red Cross), Switzerland is home to numerous international organizations, including the second largest UN office (United Nations Office at Geneva). On the European level, it is a founding member of the European Free Trade Association and is part of the Schengen Area – although it is notably not a member of the European Union, nor the European Economic Area.

Straddling the intersection of Germanic (German-speaking Europe) and Romance (Romance-speaking Europe) Europe, Switzerland comprises four main linguistic and cultural regions: German, French, Italian and Romansh (Romansh language). Therefore the Swiss (Swiss people), although predominantly German-speaking, do not form a nation in the sense of a common ethnicity or language; rather, Switzerland's strong sense of identity and community is founded on a common historical background, shared values such as federalism and direct democracy, Constitutional Patriotism and Exclusion: the Swiss Case

Switzerland ranks high in several metrics of national performance, including government transparency, civil liberties, economic competitiveness (Global Competitiveness Report), and human development (Human Development Index). It has the highest nominal wealth per adult (financial and non-financial assets) in the world according to Credit Suisse and the eighth-highest (List of countries by GDP (PPP) per capita) per capita gross domestic product on the IMF list.

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