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Doha

and Research Center lat 25.320923 long 51.444656 directions near Education City phone tollfree fax hours price Free content A series of 14 monumental bronze sculptures depicting the stages of development of a fetus from gestation to newborn, by British artist Damien Hirst. The sculptures were commissioned by the Qatar Museum Authority, which reportedly paid US$20 million for them. The medical center is a woman's hospital still under construction and not due to open until 2015


Oklahoma City

. The area is home to several restaurants, shops, and businesses that are unique to Oklahoma City and has become a favorite destination for residents. *'''Oklahoma''' **Oklahoma City - Will Rogers World Airport *'''Oregon''' In his last five years, Houser produced a remarkable number of pieces, and received many awards for his life’s work. In 1989 he dedicated As Long as the Waters Flow, a monumental bronze commissioned for the Oklahoma State Capitol building in Oklahoma City. In 1991, he presented a casting of a bronze Sacred Rain Arrow to the Smithsonian Institution. In the dedication before the US Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs, he dedicated the work to the American Indian. And in 1992, he became the first Native American to receive the National Medal of Arts, awarded at a ceremony at the White House by President George H. W. Bush. Rocketplane Inc., along with its subsidiaries, Rocketplane Kistler and Rocketplane Global, failed to deliver on promises to Oklahomans and — financially broke — left the state in 2009. "The company collected $18 million in state tax breaks, but its Rocketplane XP spacecraft never materialized. The company closed its Oklahoma City headquarters and relinquished its hangar at Burns Flat (Burns Flat, Oklahoma)." No spaceships at Oklahoma's spaceport but they are welcome, ''The Oklahoman'', January 17, 2010. For supporters of Valparaiso University's Crusaders (Valparaiso Crusaders), '''"The Shot"''' refers to a play that occurred in the first round of the 1998 NCAA Tournament (1998 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament). The play came in Valpo's game against the University of Mississippi Rebels (Ole Miss Rebels) at The Myriad (Cox Convention Center) in Oklahoma City on March 13, 1998, and won the #13 seed Crusaders the game over #4 seed Ole Miss by a point. The game was part of a Valparaiso Cinderella run in the tournament that ended in the Sweet Sixteen when the Crusaders lost to Rhode Island (University of Rhode Island). The flowing design and acoustic properties of the BOK Center have been praised by Tulsa Vision Builders, Tulsa city officials, and Garth Brooks. Officials from Flintco and Manhattan Construction have called the BOK Center one of the best architectural designs in their 100-year histories of building projects. The companies have worked on Cowboys Stadium, Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas, Gallagher-Iba Arena at Oklahoma State University, the Oklahoma City Arena in Oklahoma City, the FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee, and stadium renovations at the University of Oklahoma and OSU, among other projects. City officials have praised Pelli for the design, and Brooks, who held a 2007 concert at Kansas City (Kansas City, Missouri)'s new Sprint Center, said at the BOK Center's grand opening, "You guys have got (the Sprint Center) beat hands down. It houses as many people, yet it's warm and small. It's as beautiful and grand as any place I've played." commons:Category:Oklahoma City


White House

? In his last five years, Houser produced a remarkable number of pieces, and received many awards for his life’s work. In 1989 he dedicated As Long as the Waters Flow, a monumental bronze commissioned for the Oklahoma State Capitol building in Oklahoma City. In 1991, he presented a casting of a bronze Sacred Rain Arrow to the Smithsonian Institution. In the dedication before the US Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs, he dedicated the work to the American Indian. And in 1992, he became the first Native American to receive the National Medal of Arts, awarded at a ceremony at the White House by President George H. W. Bush. Record by conference thumb right 300px The Tennessee Lady Volunteers basketball University of Tennessee Lady Volunteers (Image:20080624-4 p062408cg-0012-513htenn.jpg), winners of the national championship and one of two Southeastern Conference teams to reach the Final Four, are honored at the White House by President of the United States George W. Bush. class "wikitable sortable" & Majority Leader Harry Reid, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, U.S. Senator Michael Bennet, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, Former Obama White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs, U.S. Trade Representative Ambassador Ron Kirk, Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University Dr. Jeffrey Sachs, DNC Executive Director Patrick Gaspard, Chairman of the American Conservative Union Al Cardenas, Special Assistant to The '''Blue Room''' is one of three state parlors on the first floor in the White House, the residence of the president of the United States. It is distinct for its oval shape. The room is used for receptions, receiving lines, and is occasionally set for small dinners. President Grover Cleveland married Frances Folsom in the room on June 2, 1886, the only wedding of a President and First Lady in the White House. Robar, Stephen F. (2004). ''Frances Clara Folsom Cleveland'', pp. 25-28. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. The room is traditionally decorated in shades of blue. With the Yellow Oval Room above it and the Diplomatic Reception Room below it, the Blue Room is one of three oval rooms in James Hoban's original design for the White House. thumb A batter swings at the ball Sunday, June 26, 2005, during "Tee Ball on the South Lawn. (Image:Tee Ball.jpg) '''White House Tee Ball Initiative''' refers to efforts by President (President of the United States) George W. Bush to promote baseball and softball by allowing youth Tee Ball events on the grounds of the White House in Washington, D.C.. The event was first held in 2001. The plan was to invite teams from around the United States to play Tee Ball at the White House. Teams were to be selected by the Little League Baseball Association (Little League Baseball). Tim hosted the ''Brant & Parks'' morning show on WMAL (WMAL (AM)) radio in Washington, DC for over ten years. The show was political in nature, and co-hosts included late White House press secretary Tony Snow. Tim has volunteered at several White House events under the Reagan and both Bush administrations. Events have included the Easter egg roll and announcing little league softball on the South Lawn. Tim was criticized by some media outlets for casually referring to President (President of the United States) George W. Bush as "partner" while speaking during a little league softball game at the White House. Tim has had President George Herbert Walker Bush in the booth with him while announcing college football games in the state of Texas. Personal Domenech is the son of Douglas Domenech, the White House Liaison for the Department of the Interior (United States Department of the Interior), "Domenech Named To White House Post" is a cousin of Puerto Rican (Puerto Rico) Democrat (Democratic Party (United States)) Francisco Domenech, and is descended from Puerto Rican politician, Manuel V. Domenech, former legislator, Mayor of Ponce (Ponce, Puerto Rico), Commissioner of the Interior, Treasurer, and acting Governor of Puerto Rico. He was home schooled (homeschooling) by his mother using the Calvert School curriculum (and by correspondence (Distance education) for his last three years of high school). The Flat Hat: Home sweet school A Domenech piece about his home schooling experience. Domenech's father was also active in the home schooling movement Interview with Doug Domenech: Proclaim Liberty thumb right 220 px Roosevelt Family in 1903 with Quentin Roosevelt Quentin (Image:Theodore Roosevelt and family, 1903.jpg) on the left, TR, Ted, Jr. (Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.), "Archie" (Archibald Roosevelt), Alice (Alice Roosevelt Longworth), Kermit (Kermit Roosevelt), Edith (Edith Roosevelt), and Ethel In the White House, Ethel often filled in for her mother by placing meal orders and delegating tasks to the staff. She was only 10 years old when her father became President after William McKinley's assassination in 1901. During her family's years in the White House, Ethel always tried to keep as low a profile possible because she did not seem to enjoy the attention as much as her half-sister Alice Roosevelt (Alice Roosevelt Longworth) did. She was also encouraged to maintain her low-key persona by her mother Edith, who believed that women only made the news to announce her birth, marriage and her death. Ethel attended school at the National Cathedral (National Cathedral School) and had difficulty making friends due to her father's position. Just months before the Roosevelts' departure from the White House, Ethel had her Debut (Debutante) and Coming Out Party in the White House on December 28, 1908. Ethel was just 17 at the time of her debut, one year shy of the typical age of 18 that most women "came out." The reason for this being the fact that the family was due to leave the White House less than three months following Ethel's debut. This would be last opportunity to do so if Ethel was to "come out" from Pennsylvania Avenue. During her family's years in the White House, Ethel always tried to keep as low a profile possible because she did not seem to enjoy the attention as much as her half-sister Alice Roosevelt (Alice Roosevelt Longworth) did. She was also encouraged to maintain her low-key persona by her mother Edith, who believed that women only made the news to announce her birth, marriage and her death. Ethel attended school at the National Cathedral (National Cathedral School) and had difficulty making friends due to her father's position. Just months before the Roosevelts' departure from the White House, Ethel had her Debut (Debutante) and Coming Out Party in the White House on December 28, 1908. Ethel was just 17 at the time of her debut, one year shy of the typical age of 18 that most women "came out." The reason for this being the fact that the family was due to leave the White House less than three months following Ethel's debut. This would be last opportunity to do so if Ethel was to "come out" from Pennsylvania Avenue. By 1975, Derby was in visibly weak condition. In 1977 she made her final visit to the White House to see Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn (Rosalynn Carter). Finally, in December, 1977, she died at the Adam-Derby House in Oyster Bay, New York, aged 86 years; she was buried in the nearby Youngs Memorial Cemetery where her parents, husband and other relatives are also buried. She was survived by her two daughters, Edith and Sarah (both now deceased), nine grandchildren (one of whom has died) and two siblings, Archie Roosevelt (Archibald Roosevelt) and Alice Longworth (Alice Roosevelt Longworth) who both are now deceased. *"I am inclined to think there is no military body in our country of higher efficiency than the Marine Corps. Of course their problems are simpler than ours. Their esprit de corps is very high; they take great pride in their professionalism. They never let things slack a bit." — RAdm C. M. Winslow (Cameron Winslow), before the House Committee on Naval Affairs in 1916 (1 June 2007 - 1 July 2007) *"I had always enjoyed the title of Commander-in-Chief (Commander_in_Chief#United_States) until I was informed … that the only forces that cannot be transferred from Washington (Washington, D.C.) without my express permission are the members of the Marine Corps Band (United States Marine Band). Those are the only forces I have. I want it announced that we propose to hold the White House against all odds at least for some time to come." — President John F. Kennedy, 12 July 1962 during a visit to Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C. (1 July 2007 - 1 September 2007) * "...We are intensely proud of their noble record and are glad to have had the whole world see how irresistible they are in their might when a cause which America holds dear is at stake. The whole nation has reason to be proud of them." — President Woodrow Wilson to MajGen George Barnett, 12th CMC (Commandant of the Marine Corps), 14 August 1919(1 September 2007 - 30 September 2007) After graduation, MacKenzie drove an ice cream truck (Ice cream van) in Washington, D.C. One day he suffered a psychotic break after a particularly high dose of LSD (Lysergic acid diethylamide), and he climbed over the White House fence. The United States Secret Service apprehended him as he ran up the White House lawn. He told the officers he was "looking for the center of universe." They hauled him off to St. Elizabeths Hospital-- the largest long-term mental hospital (Psychiatric hospital) that serves Washington, D.C.). That incident led to a diagnosis of schizophrenia, for which MacKenzie was medicated for the rest of his life. Her studies were interrupted for some time when her mother suffered a stroke, and was left an invalid. Helen moved into the White House with her family, and helped her mother to regain body movement and speech. She also served as official hostess for many White House functions while her mother was disabled. In December, 1910, Helen was given a debutante party at the White House. In Pierre (Peter) Charles L'Enfant (Pierre L'Enfant)'s plan for the capital city, the site of the Patent Office Building, halfway between the Capitol (United States Capitol) and the President's House (White House), was set aside for a monumental structure. L'Enfant envisaged a nondenominational "church of the Republic", which he later modified to a Pantheon (Pantheon (structure)) devoted to great Americans. WikiPedia:White House, Tennessee Dmoz:Regional North_America United_States Tennessee Localities W White_House


Washington, D.C.

''' is a monumental bronze statue depicting Albert Einstein seated with manuscript papers in hand. It is located in central Washington, D.C., United States, in a grove of trees at the southwest corner of the grounds of the National Academy of Sciences (United States National Academy of Sciences) on Constitution Avenue, near the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. ISIS was shortly afterwards renamed the Family Research Institute (FRI) and moved to Washington, D.C.. In 1995 FRI


United States

José Lima (w:José Lima), a former baseball (w:baseball) pitcher for Major League Baseball (w:Major League Baseball)'s Houston Astros (w:Houston Astros), Detroit Tigers (w:Detroit Tigers), Los Angeles Dodgers (w:Los Angeles Dodgers), New York Mets (w:New York Mets), and Kansas City Royals (w:Kansas City Royals) (all in the United States (w:United States)) died suddenly at his Los Angeles home this morning of a heart attack (w:heart attack). He was 37 years old. His death was confirmed by the Los Angeles Dodgers organization and his family.


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