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Cuiabá

by the Transpantaneira is excellent, and lodge owner Andre Thuronyi has done extensive work to improve the local wildlife habitat. With only 14 rooms, the lodge is pleasantly small and rustic. No fancy rooms or amenities; each guest room comes with a private bathroom and a hammock on the veranda. *


Anosy Region

of almost 210 km to get there). Thai purchasers arrived in 1993, soon joined by traders from Israel, Sri Lanka and several other countries, and by 1994 almost 10,000 miners had rushed to the area from all parts of Madagascar. However, while the initial finds of sapphires in this area were only 2 to 3 meters below ground, in gravel held by clay, since then most sapphires found are almost randomly embedded in a limestone or marble bedrock. These rocks take extensive work


Sydney, Nova Scotia

at the navy base in Sydney (Sydney, Nova Scotia). Crown Assets announced ''Haida'' would be scrapped in 1964 as part of cutbacks to the RCN. HAIDA Inc. placed a bid of $20,000 and won possession on the grounds of restoration. The RCN donated gear and towed her to Halifax for cleanup and fitting out, then to the Marine Industries Limited shipyard at Sorel, Quebec where she became civilian property. Following extensive work-up exercises in the vicinity


Lviv

was born in Lviv in Galicia (Galicia (Central Europe)), at that time in the Austro-Hungarian empire, now in Ukraine, and died in Detroit, MI (USA). The city of Lviv was annexed by Poland after the world war, occupied by the Red Army in September 1939, occupied by the Nazi (Nazism)s in 1941, and liberated in 1944 by the Red Army. Rosdolsky's father was a Ukrainian linguist of some repute. A supporter of organic work, Bilczewski started an extensive work on construction


Papua New Guinea

; Miller 2001) has done extensive work on home sign systems. Adam Kendon (1988) published a seminal study of the homesign system of a deaf Enga (Enga Province) woman from the Papua New Guinea highlands, with special emphasis on iconicity. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands of India are geographically considered part of Southeast Asia. Eastern Bangladesh and the Seven Sister States of India are culturally part of Southeast Asia and sometimes considered both


Austrian Empire

December 2009 '''Heinrich Wilhelm Schott''' (January 7, 1794 - March 5, 1865) was an Austrian (Austrian Empire) botanist well known for his extensive work on the aroids (Family Araceae). Early life Karl was born at Vienna, Austrian Empire son of Ferdinand Bonaventura, 7th Prince Kinsky of Wchinitz and Tettau (1834–1904) the head of the princely line of the House of Kinsky dynasty and Princess Marie of Liechtenstein (1835–1905). The Illyrian Provinces were created by the Treaty of Schönbrunn in 1809 when the Austrian Empire ceded the territories of western or Upper Carinthia (Duchy of Carinthia) with Lienz in the East Tyrol, Carniola, southwest of the river Sava, Gorizia and Gradisca, and Trieste to the French Empire (First French Empire) after the Austrian defeat at the Battle of Wagram. These territories lying north and east of the Adriatic Sea were amalgamated with Dalmatia into the Illyrian Provinces, technically part of France, the capital of which was established at "Laybach", i.e.Ljubljana in modern Slovenia. The territory of the Republic of Ragusa, which was annexed to the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy in 1808, was also integrated into the Illyrian Provinces. The French Empire (First French Empire) invaded the island in 1806, joining it to the Illyrian Provinces. The Montenegrin Forces of Prince-Episcope (Bishop) Peter I Njegos (Petar I Petrović-Njegoš) conquered the island with Russian (Russian Empire) naval assistance Dalmatia and Montenegro by J. Gardner Wilkinson in 1807 during his attempt to construct another Serbian Empire. However, the Great Powers decided to return the island to the Austrian Empire in 1815, and it accordingly became a part of the Austrian crown land of Dalmatia. www.1911encyclopedia.org From 1867, Korčula was in the Cisleithanian part of Austro-Hungary (Austria–Hungary). After the fall of Venice and the Napoleonic (Napoleonic Wars) interlude, Rovinj was part of the Austrian Empire until World War I. According to the last Austrian census in 1911, 97.8% of the population was Italian-speaking. Then it belonged to Italy from 1918 to 1947, when it was ceded to SR Croatia within SFR Yugoslavia. During that period many of the Italian inhabitants left the city.


Portsmouth

Portsmouth were built in response to the 1859 Royal Commission (Royal Commission on the Defence of the United Kingdom) dealing with the perceived threat of a French invasion. The forts were intended to defend the Dockyard (HMNB Portsmouth) in Portsmouth. Construction was carried out by the Royal Engineers and civilian contractors (under Royal Engineer supervision). In addition to the newly constructed forts, extensive work was carried out on existing fortifications. File:Inside Fort


Namibia

1996 to 2003. She has also been a Lecturer in Gender Law at the University of Namibia, Director of the Board of the Central Bank of Namibia, and involved in many non-governmental organizations including Secretary-General of the Namibian National Women's Organization and patron of Namibian Federation of Persons with Disabilities. As Chairperson of the Law Reform Commission she oversaw the passage of the Married Persons' Equality Act. The commission also did extensive work on Rape Acts


Austin, Texas

1996 p 169 In April 2010, Nelson received the "Feed the Peace" award from The Nobelity Project for his extensive work with Farm Aid and overall contributions to world peace. On June 23, 2010 he was inducted


Beirut

; Beirut, Lebanon; Mombassa, Kenya; Cannes, France; and Karachi, Pakistan. In addition to operating with foreign naval units in the Mediterranean, Red Sea, Persian Gulf, and Indian Ocean, ''Greenwich Bay'' performed extensive work in the People-to-People program, particularly in carrying drugs and other medical (Medicine) supplies to Arab (Arab world) and African nations, and operated as an important tool of diplomacy in the region. In her Middle East duties, which were punctuated by local operations and exercises out of Norfolk, ''Greenwich Bay'' was visited by many dignitaries, including King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia, the Shah of Iran (Mohammad Reza Pahlavi), Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia, and the Shaikh of Kuwait. - 4. May 13, 1993 Beirut, Lebanon


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