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Serbia and Montenegro

between 16 September and 25 September 2005. The FIBA European Basketball Championship (Eurobasket) is a bi-annual (List of anniversary names) basketball competition between national teams organised by FIBA Europe, the sport's governing body in Europe. This is the third time that championship is hosted by city of Belgrade (previously in 1961 and 1975). '''Mačva:''' Through the history, the region of Mačva (whose northern part is within present-day Vojvodina) has been a part

FIBA European Basketball Championship is a bi-annual (List of anniversary names) basketball competition between national teams organised by FIBA Europe, the sports governing body in Europe. This is the third time that championship is hosted by city of Belgrade (previously in 1961 and 1975). Turkey qualified for EuroBasket 2005 held in Serbia and Montenegro, but lost to Lithuania (Lithuania national basketball team) (87–75) and Croatia national basketball team Croatia


Surrey, British Columbia

There are presently 3 live theatre venues in the City of Surrey in British Columbia as of January 2013: the Bell Centre for Performing Arts, the Chandos Pattison Auditorium and the Surrey Arts Centre. Kelly Sinoski, The New Surrey: Developing six cities at once: Surrey must built and link town centres while maintaining their unique traits, Vancouver Sun, January 26, 2013, p.A12 The Surrey RCMP hold an annual basketball tournament with participation from all the city's secondary schools. The event is the city's largest annual sports tournament. birth_place Surrey, British Columbia, Canada death_date DATE OF BIRTH January 6, 1975 PLACE OF BIRTH Surrey, British Columbia, Canada DATE OF DEATH Located in the Fraser River between Surrey (Surrey, British Columbia) and Pitt Meadows, Barnston Island was named in 1827 for Hudson's Bay Company Clerk George Barnston. The island has no direct road access to the rest of the area. It is accessed through the Barnston Island Ferry, a short 5-minute ferry route from Surrey on 104 Avenue across Parson's Channel; the ferry ride is free. Barnston Island's main road travels along the perimeter of the island. South Asian Since the 1990s, increasing numbers of Vancouver's South Asian residents have since relocated to other areas of Greater Vancouver and the Fraser Valley, particularly Surrey (Surrey, British Columbia) and Abbotsford (Abbotsford, British Columbia). Catalyst owns a pulp and paper mill in Crofton (Crofton, British Columbia) (Crofton Division), and paper mills in Port Alberni (Port Alberni Division) and Powell River (Powell River, British Columbia) (Powell River Division). Most of the pulp and paper products manufactured at these plants are shipped by tug and covered barge to the Surrey (Surrey, British Columbia) Distribution Centre for trans-shipping to the company's customers worldwide. It also ran a paper de-inking (de-inked pulp) plant in Coquitlam (Paper Recycling Division, pemanently closed in 2010). In April 2008 Catalyst purchased a 100% recycle newsprint mill in Snowflake Arizona from Abitibi Consolidated. The Snowflake mill purchase included the Apache Railway, a short haul railway. Catalyst's head office is located in Richmond (Richmond, British Columbia). *Calgary Police Service Pipe Band (Calgary, AB (Alberta)) *Cedar Hills Caledonian Pipe Band (Surrey (Surrey, British Columbia), BC (British Columbia)) *Chilliwack and District Pipe Band (Chilliwack (Chilliwack, British Columbia), BC (British Columbia)) The '''Surrey Eagles''' are a junior "A" ice hockey (junior ice hockey) team based in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. They are members of the Coastal Conference of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL). They play their home games at South Surrey Arena. Station overview CJSF 90.1 FM is a non-profit, volunteer-run, campus community radio station that broadcasts from Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia. CJSF 90.1 FM broadcasts to Simon Fraser University (SFU) and to the surrounding communities of Burnaby, New Westminster, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Surrey (Surrey, British Columbia), Richmond (Richmond, British Columbia) and Delta (Delta, British Columbia) in British Columbia on the FM band. CJSF is also available at 93.9 Cable FM and on the Internet. CJSF is on-air seven days per week, 24 hours per day. Station program are also available as downloadable audio files and podcasts. The Conservatives (w:Conservative Party of Canada) have expressed regret for participating in a Sikh Parade in Surrey, British Columbia (w:Surrey, British Columbia) because a display of Indian (w:India) saints included Talwinder Tarmar (w:Talwinder Tarmar), the terrorist that led the 1985 Air India bomb plot. The president of the temple that organized the parade claims that he is not guilty. right 250px thumb Map highlighting Surrey B.C. (Image:Surrey, British Columbia Location.png) At least six people are confirmed murdered inside a high rise apartment located in Surrey (w:Surrey, British Columbia) just outside of Vancouver (w:Vancouver), British Columbia in Canada, in what is being called a "graphic mass-murder". The bodies were discovered on October 19 at approximately 4:30 p.m. (PT (w:Pacific time zone)).


Indianapolis

Los Angeles Times: "Viacom, Time Warner Cable settle contract dispute", 1 1 2009. death_date IU also has a heated border rivalry with the Kentucky (University of Kentucky) Wildcats (Kentucky Wildcats). The annual basketball game between the two


Philadelphia

title Evolve 10 ECW Arena finale notes - title match, ECW cameos, Low-Ki joins DGUSA date 2012-01-14 last Caldwell first James accessdate 2012-01-15 work Pro Wrestling Torch * '''Pennsylvania''' ** '''Philadelphia Big 5'''—annual basketball series involving Philadelphia area teams: La Salle University, University of Pennsylvania, Saint Joseph's University, Temple University, Villanova University *** Two of the three Catholic schools in the Big Five


Israel

. thumb ALF poster in Qalqiliya (Image:Qalqiliya-alfposter.JPG) '''Eurobasket Women''' (also known as '''Eurowomen''') is a bi-annual basketball competition held between the nations of Europe (including Israel) for women's national basketball team. Eurobasket Women is also used as a qualifying tournament for the FIBA World Championship for Women and also for Olympic Games (Basketball at the Summer Olympics). History Mount Scopus Memorial


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