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Brighton Beach

0 Student, 17, Is Shot in Brighton Beach ." ''The New York Times''. June 6, 2012. Retrieved on October 11, 2012. Abraham Lincoln High School (Abraham Lincoln High School (Brooklyn, New York)), an academic high school, is in Coney Island. "Home." Abraham Lincoln High School (Abraham Lincoln High School (Brooklyn, New York)). Retrieved on October 17, 2012. "2800 OCEAN PARKWAY, BROOKLYN, NY 11235" In 1983 Lincoln was the zoned academic high school of Brighton Beach. Nearby high schools include: * Rachel Carson High School of Coastal Studies * The Leon M. Goldstein High School for the Sciences Brooklyn Public Library also operates the Brighton Beach Library. "Brighton Beach Library." Brooklyn Public Library. Retrieved on October 15, 2012. "Brighton Beach Library, 16 Brighton First Rd. at Brighton Beach Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11235" Klein officially retired from the store in 1994 and died on December 6, 2007, in New York City.


Szeged

Sir Georg Solti. He attended Gymnasium (academic high school) in the city of Szeged. He changed his German-Jewish surname to the Magyar surname of his mother's Christian lawyer friend Nagy, who supported the family and helped raise Moholy-Nagy and his brothers when their Jewish father, Lipót Weisz left the family. Later, he added “Moholy” ("from Mohol") to his surname, after the name of the Hungarian (Hungarian people) town Mohol (Mol (Serbia)) in which he grew up. One part of his boyhood was spent in the Hungarian (Hungarian people) Ada town, near Mohol in family house. In 1918 he formally converted to the Hungarian Reformed Church (Calvinist (Calvinism)); his Godfather was his Roman Catholic university friend, the art critic Ivan Hevesy. Immediately before and during World War I he studied law in Budapest and served in the war, where he sustained a serious injury. In Budapest, on leaves and during convalescence, Moholy-Nagy became involved first with the journal ''Jelenkor'' (“The Present Age”), edited by Hevesy, and then with the “Activist” circle around Lajos Kassák’s journal ''Ma'' (“Today”). After his discharge from the Austro-Hungarian army in October 1918, he attended the private art school of the Hungarian (Hungarian people) Fauve (Fauvism) artist Róbert Berény. He was a supporter of the Communist Dictatorship (known as “Red Terror” and also “Hungarian Soviet Republic”), declared early in 1919, though he assumed no official role in it. After the defeat of the Communist Regime in August, he withdrew to Szeged. An exhibition of his work was held there, before he left for Vienna around November 1919. He left for Berlin early in 1920. In the extremely confused military and political situation following the defeat at Mohács, Subotica came under the control of Serbian mercenaries recruited in Banat. These soldiers were in the service of the Transylvanian general John I Zápolya (John Zápolya), a later Hungarian king. The leader of these mercenaries, Jovan Nenad the Black (Emperor Jovan Nenad), proclaimed himself tsar and founded an ephemeral independent state, with Subotica as its capital. This state comprised entire Bačka, northern Banat and a small part of Srem (Syrmia). When Bálint Török returned with 300 soldier and captured Subotica from the Serbs, Jovan Nenad moved his capital to Szeged. Borovszky Samu: Magyarország vármegyéi és városai, Bács-Bodrog vármegye I.-II. kötet, Apolló Irodalmi és Nyomdai Részvénytársaság, 1909. Some months later, in the summer of 1527, the self-proclaimed tsar was assassinated and his state collapsed. Opposition appeared to be centered on the city of Szeged and around Rear Admiral Miklós Horthy, who formed a National Army to fight the Soviet Republic. However, the National Army never saw action and only marched on Budapest after the withdrawal of the Romanians in November. The Horthy regime staged a White Terror in 1919–20. '''Miskolc''' ( WikiPedia:Szeged Commons:Szeged


Haifa

School. As of 2006–07, Haifa had 70 elementary schools (Primary education), 23 middle schools, 28 academic high schools and 8 vocational high schools. There were 5,133 pupils in municipal kindergartens, 20,081 in elementary schools, 7,911 in middle schools, 8,072 in academic high schools, 2,646 in vocational high schools, and 2,068 in comprehensive district high schools. 86% of the students attended Hebrew-speaking schools and 14% attended Arab schools. 5


Lviv

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high school. Here opened the Seminary. In addition to schools, there is contained Archaeological, Art and Natural History Museum. *


Toronto

of Durham Durham Region , Ontario, Canada. It is located in Southern Ontario about 75 km east of Toronto and 15 km east of Oshawa (Oshawa, Ontario) along Highway 2 (Highway 2 (Ontario)). The Town of Bowmanville was a stand-alone incorporated municipality from 1858 to 1973. * Secondary (Secondary school) education at Strathcona High School (now known as Old Scona Academic High School) *ATCM in Music, Royal Conservatory of Music (Toronto) Royal

2002–2003; Toronto, Canada and London, England Genre Jazz The '''Etobicoke School of the Arts''' is a specialized public arts-academic high school located in Etobicoke (Etobicoke, Ontario) area of Toronto, Canada. Founded on September 8, 1981, the Etobicoke School of the Arts has the distinction of being the oldest, free standing arts focused high school in Canada. "Etobicoke School

of CTV (CTV Television Network)'s ''Canada AM'' in September 2006. The '''Etobicoke School of the Arts''' is a specialized public arts-academic high school located in Etobicoke (Etobicoke, Ontario) area of Toronto, Canada. Founded on September 8, 1981, the Etobicoke School of the Arts has the distinction of being the oldest, free standing arts focused high school in Canada. "Etobicoke School of the Arts TDSB


Switzerland

graduating from academic high school, she lived and studied for several years in Switzerland and Great Britain. In London, she attended children's book illustration seminars at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. Later she successfully completed post-graduate studies of Interior Design at NABA - Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti (:en:Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti Milano) in Milan, Italy. Julie Wimmer has fashioned the interiors of houses, apartments and residences


Canada

Russia 6-4 in the Bronze Medal game. '''George Little''' (died 1940) was a politician in Manitoba, Canada. He served in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba from 1920 to 1927. Curriculum Brentwood offers university preparatory (University-preparatory school) education from grade 9 to 12. Brentwood has been ranked consistently as one of the top academic high schools in British Columbia. Students participate in Brentwood's ''tri-partite

. candidate in ethnomusicology at the University of British Columbia. The '''Etobicoke School of the Arts''' is a specialized public arts-academic high school located in Etobicoke (Etobicoke, Ontario) area of Toronto, Canada. Founded on September 8, 1981, the Etobicoke School of the Arts has the distinction of being the oldest, free standing arts focused high school in Canada. "Etobicoke School of the Arts TDSB School


United States

Brentwood offers university preparatory (University-preparatory school) education from grade 9 to 12. Brentwood has been ranked consistently as one of the top academic high schools in British Columbia. Students participate in Brentwood's ''tri-partite'' programme (academics, arts, and sports). All graduates attend post-secondary education (Higher education) (78% to their first choice of university). The most popular countries for post-secondary education are Canada, Scotland


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