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Port Dover, Ontario

) Royal Botanical Gardens and locations on to Toronto. The postal (postal code) forward sortation area is ''N0A''; sharing its Canada Post service with the western portion of Haldimand County. All residences and businesses within the Port Dover area have a ''583'' in their phone number. History In 1794, Mr. Peter Walker would become the first settler of this community; becoming its unofficial founder. http


; After a refurbishment Ship awarded Ship builder Crichton-Vulcan naval yard (Crichton-Vulcan) Turku, Finland Ship yard number History ''General Haller'' was built at Crichton-Vulcan naval yard (Crichton-Vulcan) in Turku, Finland

Republic of Ireland

and Taiwan. All vendors receive training, sign a code of conduct "The Big Issue - Code of Conduct" and can be identified by badges which include their photo and vendor number. * '''History of rail transport in Great Britain''' discusses the history of rail transport on the larger of the British isles, comprising England, Scotland and Wales. Here


by a computer program and the "65" was scribbled onto their name on a demo by mistake; it was actually part of a phone number. History ''Bild'' was founded by Axel Springer in 1952. It mostly consisted of pictures (therefore the name Bild, German for picture). Bild soon became the best-selling tabloid, by a wide margin, not only in Germany, but in all of Europe, though essentially to German readers. Through most of its history, ''Bild'' was based in Hamburg. ''Bild'' moved its headquarters to Berlin in March 2008, stating that it was an essential base of operations for a national newspaper. It is printed nationwide with 32 localized editions. Special editions are printed in some favoured German holiday destinations abroad, in Spain, Italy, Greece and Turkey. Print locations Bild is printed in Ahrensburg, Hanover, Berlin, Leipzig, Essen, Neu-Isenburg, Esslingen, Munich and Syke. Foreign locations exist in Spain in Madrid, Palma de Mallorca and Las Palmas. In Italy in Milan, in Greece in Athens and in Antalya, Turkey. The foreign locations cater mostly for German tourists and expatriates. * RTÉ One, RTÉ Two (Ireland) in English * Rai Uno (Italy) in Italian (Italian language) * InfoTV (Lithuania) in Lithuanian (Lithuanian language) In the European Union, white or yellow number plates of a common format and size are issued throughout, although they are still optional in some member states. Nevertheless, some individual member states still use differing non-EU formats - Belgium, for example, still permits vehicles to display the older small white number plates with red lettering, and the license plates that are issued by the government body which assigns these are of the smaller format, too. In 1908 number plates were only 3 Numbers and 1 letter long. Italy still permits smaller plates to be attached to the front of a vehicle, while the rear plate complies to the usual EU format. The common design

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