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Worthing

name The Ardington Hotel url http: www.ardingtonhotel.co.uk email reservations@ardingtonhotel.co.uk address Steyne Gardens lat long directions phone +44 1903 230451 tollfree fax hours price £89 checkin checkout content Excellent family run hotel, establised in 1928 and Worthing's highest rated with an AA 80% 3 Star award. Some rooms just newly refurbished which feature flat screen TVs, crisp white cotton duvets and stylish interiors. Includes the popular


Saskatoon

burgers and fries with a help-yourself concept to add toppings to your burger. Nice atmosphere and friendly staff. Buffalo burger recommended. * *


Slovakia

-day eastern Slovakia and part of present-day western Ukraine. http: keptar.niif.hu 000500 000586 magyaro-honf-terkep_nagykep.jpg Besides excellent family education, in 1915 he graduated from gymnasium, was drafted and sent to school of officers' reserve located in the town of Banská Bystrica (today's Slovakia). Upon graduation in 1916, Bartini was sent to the Russian-Austrian-Hungarian front where he was captured in June 1916. He attended flying school in 1921 and Politecnico di Milano in 1922. Bartini became a member of the Italian Communist Party in 1921. After the Fascist takeover (March on Rome) in Italy in 1923, he was transferred undercover to the USSR as an aviation engineer. He occupied several engineering and command positions in the Soviet Air Force and Red Army. He became the head of the department of amphibious experimental aircraft design in 1928. He was the head of the design department of NII (NII (institute)) GVF, general designer (chief designer), since 1930. thumb Berliner in preparation (File:Postup výroby koblih.JPG) A '''Berliner Pfannkuchen''' (also called '''Berliner Ballen''' or '''Krapfen''' in Germany, '''fánk''' in Hungary, '''Bola de Berlim''' in Portugal, '''berliininmunkki''' in Finland, '''sufganiyah''' in Israel, '''kobliha''' in the Czech Republic, '''šiška''' in Slovakia, '''bola de fraile''' in Argentina, '''bombolone''' in Italy, and '''bismark''' in Canada and parts of the United States) is a predominantly German (Germany) and Central European doughnut made from sweet yeast dough (Yeast) fried in fat or oil, with a marmalade or jam filling and usually icing (Icing (food)), powdered sugar or conventional sugar on top. They are sometimes made with chocolate, champagne (Champagne (wine)), custard, mocha (Cafe mocha), or ''advocaat'' filling, or with no filling at all. The filling is injected with a large syringe after the pastry is fried. '''ALCONET s.r.o.''' is a small local internet service provider in Liptovský Mikuláš, Slovakia. It has connected the city of Liptovský Mikuláš and some villages (Zavazna Poruba, Liptovsky Trnovec, Bobrovec, Trstene, Jalovec, Veterna Poruba, Uhorska Ves, Paludzka, Liptovska Ondrasova, Podturen). ALCONET is using wireless (802.11b+ (802.11b)) technology to connect their clients (consumer). The Naxos (Naxos Records) label has released a 1991 recording of the Opus 3 (catalog number: 8.553891), Naxos web page for recording of ''Concerto Grossi, Op. 3, Nos. 1-12'' catalog number: 8.553891 recorded by the Slovakia n Capella Istropolitana, conducted by Jaroslav Krček. The liner notes further suggest that his name "may have...disappeared had he not composed a ''Christmas Concerto'' (No. 12 of Op. 3).... T hese ''concerti grossi''...demonstrate a gift for easy melodic invention." *Chotín, a village in south Slovakia in Komarno District. *Khotyn, a village in Chernivtsi Oblast in Ukraine. ''Hostel'' Roth's second feature film, ''Hostel (Hostel (2005 film))'', was made in 2005 on a budget of a little more than $4 million. It opened to No. 1 at the box office in January 2006, taking in $20 million over its opening weekend. Commons:Category:Slovakia WikiPedia:Slovakia Dmoz:Regional Europe Slovakia eo:Slovakio


Hollywood

, British Nationa' commenced production of their first feature film called ''Turn of the Tide''. The script was based upon a 1932 novel by Leo Walmsley called ''Three Fevers''. The setting, which Rank knew from childhood, was Robin Hood's Bay on the north coast of Yorkshire, England. Having read the book, Rank decided that it would mamake an excellent family-friendly British (United Kingdom) film in answer to the Hollywood-style movies that Alexander Korda was making


Italy

School, Sussex, Roedean School and Pembroke College, Oxford, where she read English (graduating with upper-second (British undergraduate degree classification) class honours). She also spent time studying art in Italy. As a child she was a member of the Chichester Festival Theatre. Besides excellent family education, in 1915 he graduated from gymnasium, was drafted and sent to school of officers' reserve located in the town of Banská Bystrica (today's Slovakia). Upon graduation in 1916, Bartini was sent to the Russian-Austrian-Hungarian front where he was captured in June 1916. He attended flying school in 1921 and Politecnico di Milano in 1922. Bartini became a member of the Italian Communist Party in 1921. After the Fascist takeover (March on Rome) in Italy in 1923, he was transferred undercover to the USSR as an aviation engineer. He occupied several engineering and command positions in the Soviet Air Force and Red Army. He became the head of the department of amphibious experimental aircraft design in 1928. He was the head of the design department of NII (NII (institute)) GVF, general designer (chief designer), since 1930. Later they left for Genoa, Italy. During the Greek military junta of 1967–1974, Tatiana lost her Greek citizenship, and thus she joined the anti-junta campaign. Biography Born in Cincinnati, Ohio where he studied with Frank Duveneck. In the second half of the 1870s he went with Duveneck and fellow students to the Royal Academy of Munich (Academy of Fine Arts, Munich). He then spent time in Florence, Italy, returning to Boston in 1883. thumb 250px Balian of Ibelin, carrying King Baldwin V (File:Balduin5.jpg) The Ibelin family rose from relatively humble origins to become one of the most important noble families in the Crusader states of Jerusalem and Cyprus (Kingdom of Cyprus). The family claimed to be descended from the Le Puiset viscounts of Chartres, but this appears to be a later fabrication. They were more probably from Pisa Italy, the name 'Barisan' being found in Tuscany and Liguria related to Azzopardi family. Its first known member Barisan (Barisan of Ibelin) was apparently a knight in service of the Count of Jaffa and in the 1110s became constable of Jaffa. As reward for his capable and loyal service, around 1122 he married Helvis, heiress of the nearby lordship of Ramla. thumb right 220px ''Ugolino'' by Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (Image:Ugolino Carpeaux Petit Palais PPSO1573.jpg), 1861, Petit Palais. '''Count Ugolino della Gherardesca''' (c. 1220 – March 1289), count of Donoratico, was an Italian (Italy) nobleman (nobility), politician and naval commander. He was frequently accused of treason and features prominently in Dante's Divine Comedy. Barisan's origins are obscure. The Ibelins later claimed to be descended from the viscounts of Chartres, but according to Peter W. Edbury, Barisan was probably from northern Italy. Peter W. Edbury, ''John of Ibelin and the Kingdom of Jerusalem'' (Boydell Press, 1997), pg. 4. According to Jonathan Riley-Smith, however, he may have indeed been connected to Chartres, as the brother of Hugh of Le Puiset (Hugh I of Jaffa), Count of Jaffa; he would then have also been a cousin to the Montlhéry family of King Baldwin II of Jerusalem. Jonathan Riley-Smith, ''The First Crusaders, 1095-1131'' (Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp. 172-173. Although Postlethwaite remained with the team until


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