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Cholula, Puebla

name "pedroencmuc" Images of this church on top of the pyramid with Popocateptl in the background are frequently used in Mexico's national promotion of tourism. It is one of the better known destinations in central Mexico for foreign travelers. Commercial activity is based on tourism, local and regional needs as well as the city's active nightlife, with that of San Andrés more gear to local and regional

Tulsa, Oklahoma

such as the Tulsa United Film Festival and Tulsa Overground Film and Music Festival. Outdoor attractions thumb left The river parks trail system traverses the banks of the Arkansas River. (File:Tommso.jpg) The city's zoo, the Tulsa Zoo, was voted "America's Favorite Zoo" in 2005 by Microsoft Game Studios in connection with a national promotion of its Zoo Tycoon 2 computer game. ref name "Zoo Tycoon 2


url http: -aw8hS9psIsI TX2U4tyXq7I AAAAAAAAAGo pYb5ZvDMbOg s1600 WrestlingTerritories.png title WrestlingTerritories.png author date work Freakin' Awesome Network Forums :: Freakin' Awesome Wrestling Forum :: (w)Rest of Wrestling publisher accessdate 25 March 2012 of the National Wrestling Alliance, it went independent in 1986 in a bid to become a major national promotion, but was unsuccessful in its attempts and eventually went out of business in 1990. Rights to the pre-1988 WCCW tape library (WWE Video Library) currently belong to WWE (the post-1988 rights are owned by International World Class Championship Wrestling). ''World Class Championship Wrestling'' was a member of the National Wrestling Alliance and was originally known as ''Big Time Wrestling'' until 1982, when Adkisson decided that the name of his federation needed to be changed. Mickey Grant, who headed the production of its telecasts, suggested the name ''World Class'', and from there, the rest was history. WCCW operated its enterprise in Dallas, Texas (Dallas) and held wrestling events at the Reunion Arena, and mostly at the famed Sportatorium (Dallas Sportatorium), located just south of Downtown Dallas, which was also a well-known boxing and wrestling arena as well as the one-time home to the famous Big D Jamboree. World Class heavyweight champion Chris Adams (Chris Adams (wrestler)) was forced to relinquish his championship on September 17, 1986; one day after being convicted of misdemeanor assault from an incident on June 30, 1986 inflight between San Juan, Puerto Rico and Dallas. According to testimony and accounts from the ''Dallas Morning News'', Adams, who was under the influence, verbally assaulted a stewardess when he became belligerent when it was announced that liquor sales would no longer be available in flight. He later then head-butted an American Airlines co-pilot before Kevin Von Erich, who was also on the flight, restrained Adams. He left World Class shortly thereafter and joined Ken Mantell in the UWF, when it was told that Adams would lose the belt to Black Bart on September 19 at the Dallas Sportatorium, a decision that enraged Adams, then-booker Gary Hart and several other wrestlers. Adams was sentenced on October 25 to 90 days in jail and fined $500. He began his sentence on November 1, and was released on January 29, 1987. DATE OF DEATH April 9, 1996 PLACE OF DEATH Dallas, Texas, United States Biography Born in Farmersville, Texas and raised in the suburbs of Dallas, Ellis first heard the electric guitar performed by George Barnes (George Barnes (musician)) on a radio program. This experience is said to have inspired him to take up the guitar. He became proficient on the instrument by the time he entered North Texas State University (UNT Music) as a music major. Ellis majored in music, but because they did not yet have a guitar program at that time, he studied the string bass (Double bass). Unfortunately, due to lack of funds, his college days were short lived. In 1941, Ellis dropped out of college and toured for 6 months with a band from the University of Kansas. '''Ronald "Ron" Kirk''' (born June 27, 1954) is the 16th United States Trade Representative, serving in the Obama administration (Presidency of Barack Obama#Administration and Cabinet). He served as mayor of Dallas, Texas from 1995 to 2002; he also ran for the United States Senate in 2002. Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas

New Zealand

and October 1978. While initially 4 main shows were schedule for this collective theatre company, repeat and spontaneous performances around the nation saw this number of live performances increased to over 10. This theatrical extravaganza was organised by the Nambassa Trust as part of its national promotion of the arts and towards promoting its 1979 3 day music, crafts and Alternative lifestyle (Counterculture of the 1960s) festival which was held in Waihi attracting 70,000 people. Early life and career Elsdon Best was born 30 June 1856 at Tawa Flat, New Zealand, moving with his family to Wellington at the age of 9, where he went to school. He passed the Civil Service Examination and became a clerk in 1873, but within a year found the work uncongenial and moved to the east coast, where he worked in farming and forestry. In 1881, he joined the Armed Constabulary, but soon left it to travel, visiting Hawaii and then California, where he worked in cattle mustering and lumbering. '''Rene Naufahu''' (born May 1970) is a New Zealand-born actor, screen writer and director of Tongan and Samoan heritage. He is perhaps best known for being an original cast member of the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street, playing paramedic Sam Aleni for the show's first four years. However since leaving the soap opera in 1996 he has gone on to have other success. left thumb 180px Early photo of Tim Moore. (Image:Tim Moore early photo.jpg) Moore left Doctor Mick, first to become a stableboy and later a jockey. He also tried his hand as a boxer. Wikipedia:New Zealand Commons:Category:New Zealand Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand

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