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Enid, Oklahoma

) provides bachelor and graduate level education. Enid was formerly home to Phillips University, which closed in 1998. The Public Library of Enid and Garfield County, established in 1899, also serves as an educational resource for the community. Enid was once home to a Carnegie library (List of Carnegie libraries in Oklahoma), which opened in 1910. After years of funding shortages, the building was condemned in 1957, and the library's current art deco building was opened in 1964.<


Youngstown, Ohio

of digital art on current art practice and included internationally recognized artists such as:James Welling, Barbara Probst, Fabian Marcaccio, Joseph Nechvatal, Curtis Mitchell, Matthew Buckingham and Penny Umbrico. Baseball career Born in Youngstown, Ohio, McGuire moved with his family to Cleveland (Cleveland, Ohio) when he was still a child. After graduating from Youngstown's East High School (East High School (Youngstown, Ohio)), Battisti served as an army combat engineer in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was later commissioned as an officer in military intelligence. Upon his return from Europe, he studied law at Ohio State University and Harvard Law School. He was born in the village of Brier Hill, now part of Youngstown, Ohio, an industrial town located near the Pennsylvania border. Beede was born in Youngstown, Ohio, United States, a steel-manufacturing center located near the Pennsylvania border. He attended the city's South High School, where he was class president and played football. In his senior year, Beede received a football scholarship to Newberry College, in South Carolina. He later transferred to Pittsburgh's Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie Mellon University), where he studied structural engineering and played football. Early years Dove was born in Youngstown, Ohio, United States, a steel-production center located near the Pennsylvania border. Dove was a three-year starter at the city's South High School from 1936–38; and he was selected as an all-city player by the ''Youngstown Vindicator'' (the local daily paper) in his final year.


Brazil

for the season. Taxonomy and naming ''Tremella fuciformis'' was first described in 1856 by English mycologist Miles Joseph Berkeley, based on collections made in Brazil by the botanist and explorer Richard Spruce. Its initial aim was to make contemporary art (primarily from Western Europe and the USA) known in Brazil, push the country's access to the current art scene in other metropolises, and establish São Paulo itself as an international art center. Naturally, the biennial always serves to bring Brazilian art closer to foreign guests. History From the earliest days of American slavery (Slavery in the United States) in the 17th century, slave owners sought to exercise control over their slaves by attempting to strip them of their African culture. The physical isolation and societal marginalization of African slaves and, later, of their free progeny, however, facilitated the retention of significant elements of traditional culture among Africans in the New World generally, and in the U.S. in particular. Slave owners deliberately tried to repress independent political or cultural organization in order to deal with the many slave rebellions or acts of resistance that took place in the southern United States, Brazil, Haiti, and the Dutch Guyanas (History of Guyana#Early colonization). Price, Richard.(1996) Maroon societies: rebel slave communities in the Americas Anchor Books. pp 1-33 '''Queluz''' is a municipality in the state of São Paulo (São Paulo (state)) in Brazil. The population in 2003 was 9,544, the density was 38.33 km² and the area is


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