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National Hurricane Center

1997 The HPC issues storm summaries on storm systems bringing significant rainfall and snowfall to portions of the United States. Advisories are also issued for tropical cyclones which have moved inland, weakened to tropical depression strength, and are no longer the responsibility of the National Hurricane Center. The HPC also acts as the backup office to the National Hurricane Center in the event of a complete communications failure. NMC changed its name to NCEP, the National Centers for Environmental Prediction on October 1, 1995. The HPC become a subunit of NCEP, as did a number of other national centers such as the Climate Prediction Center, Environmental Modeling Center, National Hurricane Center, Ocean Prediction Center, Storm Prediction Center, Aviation Weather Center, NCEP Central Operations, and the Space Environment Center. His 1941 novel ''Storm (Storm (novel))'', featuring as its protagonist a Pacific storm called "Maria," prompted the National Weather Service to use personal names to designate storms Dave Roberts, a forecaster for the National Hurricane Center (w:National Hurricane Center) (NHC) said "There's a good chance this system could be a Category 5 in the next 24 hours". The storm is expected to move northwestward, threatening the Baja California (w:Baja California) peninsula over coming days. "There's no watches or warnings in effect, but we would like residents and tourists in the area to monitor the progress of the storm", said Robbie Berg, another hurricane specialist. There are conflicting reports as to whether Hurricane Ida (w:Hurricane Ida (2009)) is responsible for the flooding, with a spokesman for the United States National Hurricane Center (NHC) (w:National Hurricane Center) in Florida (w:Florida) attributing the rain to a separate, low pressure system.


Lebanon

Palestinian families moved to the southwest suburbs, bringing significant Palestinian and Arab populations to Bridgeview (Bridgeview, Illinois), Alsip (Alsip, Illinois), Oak Lawn (Oak Lawn, Illinois), Hickory Hills (Hickory Hills, Illinois), Palos Hills (Palos Hills, Illinois). Alsalm Mosque Foundation is small place to worship, Palestinians built new Mosque Foundation (Bridgeview Mosque Foundation) in 1982 in Bridgeview. Early life Seikaly was born in Beirut, Lebanon. At the age of 9, Rony moved from Beirut where he'd been attending elementary school at the Athenee de Beirut to Greece, where he spent the rest of his youth. He attended and graduated from the American Community School, also known as ACS Athens. Prior to playing basketball, he was a soccer player and accomplished track athlete. He was unable to attain Greek citizenship due to bureaucratic problems, but he later became a naturalized American citizen after attending college in the U.S. and playing in the NBA. Athlitiki Echo (greek newspaper) Digital Historical Archive, 9 June 1986, page 2 athlitikihxo.gr (Digital Archive run with DjVu viewer) * 2007: Katrine Camilleri (Malta) * 2008: Chris Clark (Chris Clark (deminer)) (Britain (United Kingdom)) and the Lebanese (Lebanon) and international staff in the United Nations mine action programme in southern Lebanon. * 2009: Edward Kennedy (USA) '''Adamit''' (


Syria

Park and Chicago Lawn, on the South Side, and had established a business district with stores catering to Arab clientele. Chicago's largest concentration of Palestinians still lives in these areas and in the communities to the south and west of them. In the 1980s, many upwardly mobile Palestinian families moved to the southwest suburbs, bringing significant Palestinian and Arab populations to Bridgeview (Bridgeview, Illinois), Alsip (Alsip, Illinois), Oak Lawn (Oak Lawn, Illinois), Hickory Hills (Hickory Hills, Illinois), Palos Hills (Palos Hills, Illinois). Alsalm Mosque Foundation is small place to worship, Palestinians built new Mosque Foundation (Bridgeview Mosque Foundation) in 1982 in Bridgeview. In May 2001, the Pontiff took a pilgrimage that would trace the steps of his co-namesake, Saint Paul (Paul of Tarsus), across the Mediterranean, from Greece to Syria to Malta. John Paul II became the first Pope to visit Greece in 1291 years. The visit was controversial, and the Pontiff was met with protests and snubbed by Eastern Orthodox leaders, none of whom met his arrival. He was the first Roman Catholic Pope to visit and pray in an Islamic Mosque, in Damascus, Syria. He visited Umayyad Mosque, where John the Baptist is believed to be interred. The World Day of Prayer for Peace, Commons:Category:Syria WikiPedia:Syria Dmoz:Regional Middle East Syria


United States

) was an American (United States) athlete (athletics (sport)), winner of gold medal in 4x100 m relay (Relay race) at the 1928 Summer Olympics. The HPC issues storm summaries on storm systems bringing significant rainfall and snowfall to portions of the United States. Advisories are also issued for tropical cyclones which have moved inland, weakened to tropical depression strength, and are no longer the responsibility of the National Hurricane Center. The HPC also acts as the backup


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