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, it is known as ''ratalu'' or ''violet yam''. In Hawaii it is known as ''uhi''. Raging Raven Raging Raven is an aerial based member of the Corps, utilizing UCAVs and a grenade launcher to attack her enemies. Born in Aceh, Indonesia, Raging Raven was taken as a prisoner of war as a child. After enduring months of torture and starvation, Raven's captors abruptly abandoned the prison, leaving her and the other child prisoners to be eaten alive by ravens. Raven was the last living child; though instead of eating her, the ravens pecked away her bonds. Raven found the base camp of the group that had tortured her and killed both the soldiers and civilians residing there. He has been commended by government leaders throughout the world and has been invited to attend peace conferences in India, South Africa, Northern Ireland, Afghanistan, Indonesia and other areas. Johnston received special recognition from the Gandhi Foundation, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and from several recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize. He also was recognized for his work by the Southern Poverty Law Center and is recognized on their Wall of Tolerance. '''Purwodadi Grobogan''' is a is capital and a district in Grobogan Regency, Central Java. It is located in the south east of Semarang, the capital of Central Java, Indonesia. I It is also well known for delicate tauco soya bean (Soybean) sauce and swikee. thumb upright left (File:Charus_helenus_454.png) Sri Lanka, southern and North-East India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Kampuchea, Vietnam, southern China (including Hainan, Guangdong province), southern Japan, South Korea, Ryukyu Islands. Peninsular and Eastern Malaysia, Brunei, Philippines, and Indonesia (Sumatra, Java (Java (island)), Bangka (Bangka Island), Kalimantan and the Lesser Sunda Islands except Tanimbar). In India, along the Western Ghats from Kerala to Gujarat, also Palnis (Palni hills) and Shevaroys. In the north from Mussoorie eastwards, to North-East India and onto Myanmar. Dmoz:Regional Asia Indonesia Commons:Category:Indonesia Wikipedia:Indonesia


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on these grounds in the first organized game between two clubs. By the 1850's, several Manhattan-based member clubs of the National Association of Base Ball Players were using the grounds as their home field. With the construction of two significant baseball parks in Brooklyn enclosed by fences, enabling promoters there to charge admission to games, the prominence of Elysian Fields began to diminish. In 1868, the leading Manhattan club, the New York Mutuals, shifted its home games to the Union Grounds in Brooklyn. In 1880, the founders of the New York Metropolitans and New York Giants (San Francisco Giants) finally succeeded in siting a ballpark on Manhattan that became known as the Polo Grounds. :* Commons:Category:Manhattan, New York City WikiPedia:Manhattan Dmoz:Regional North America United States New York Localities N New York City Manhattan


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