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to get the win” said recent Normandy graduate Dan Ebinger, who will play defensive end. “But, after you meet with them, you realize that they’re all actually pretty nice guys. It’s pretty nice getting to know them as people instead of just judging them by how they played against you.”'' ; ''Normandy was upsetted last week against Parma. Over the years, a second rivalry has formed between Valley Forge & Normandy, the battle of Parma, a battle that would determine the better team.'' Charter Schools Constellation Schools: Parma Community public charter schools: Elementary Schools *Parma Community Elementary http: EZ_Dept_Menu.aspx?d 18 Middle Schools *Parma Community Middle http: EZ_Dept_Menu.aspx?d 19 High Schools *Parma Community High http: EZ_Dept_Menu.aspx?d 20 Private Schools Elementary Middle Schools *Al Ihsan School Elementary (K-5) *Bethany Christian Elementary School (PK-6) *Bethany Lutheran School (PK-8) *Bethel Christian Academy (PK-8) *Holy Family School (PK-8) *St. Anthony of Padua Elementary School (K-8) *St. Bridget School (PK-8) *St. Charles School (PK-8) *St. Columbkille Parish School (PK-8) *St. Francis De Sales School (K-8) High Schools *Padua Franciscan (Padua Franciscan High School) (9-12) Holy Name (9-12) Colleges *Bryant & Stratton College *Cuyahoga Community College Western Campus Television and radio towers Parma is the location of most of the Cleveland area's television and FM radio transmission towers. When Cleveland started to get television service in the late 1940s, WEWS-TV (Channel 5), the first television station in Ohio, picked a site on State Road. At the time, Parma was transitioning from a rural enclave to an urban area. Parma was selected for its high elevation. At almost 1,100 feet above sea level, it is 500 feet higher than downtown Cleveland. Other local stations followed, and nearly all local TV and FM radio outlets broadcast from Parma, or from other nearby suburbs. The television towers are taller than downtown Cleveland's tallest buildings, and can be seen from great distance in Cleveland, and most of its southern suburbs. Airline pilots and broadcast experts call the collection of towers in and near Parma the Cleveland area's "antenna farm". Parma is second only to Los Angeles's Mount Wilson (California) with the greatest concentration of antennas and transmitters in the U.S. '''Dan Fritsche''' (born July 13, 1985 in Parma (Parma, Ohio), Ohio) is an American (United States) professional ice hockey player currently playing for Genève-Servette HC of the Swiss National League A. DATE OF BIRTH July 13, 1985 PLACE OF BIRTH Parma (Parma, Ohio), OH (Ohio), USA (United States) DATE OF DEATH


in 1995 Greece and Egypt in the fall of 1997, and in Turkey in 1998. In 2011 on TV4 Science Fiction in Sweden '''Jan Jacobus Wouters''' (born 17 July 1960 in Utrecht (Utrecht (city)), Netherlands) is a former professional football (association football) midfielder. He used to play defensive midfielder and was Dutch Footballer of the Year in 1990. '''Marie-Claire "Amber" Cremers''' (born May 9, 1970; Ubbergen, Gelderland, Netherlands) is a Dutch (Netherlands)-German (Germany) singer, songwriter, label owner and executive producer. She is best known for her hits "This Is Your Night," "If You Could Read My Mind," and "Sexual (Li Da Di)." '''Marie-Claire "Amber" Cremers''' (born May 9, 1970; Ubbergen, Gelderland, Netherlands) is a Dutch (Netherlands)-German (Germany) singer, songwriter, label owner and executive producer. She is best known for her hits "This Is Your Night," "If You Could Read My Mind," and "Sexual (Li Da Di)." thumb 250px right Andrew Onderdonk circa 1880 (Image:Andrew Onderdonk.jpg) '''Andrew Onderdonk''' (30 August 1848 – 21 June 1905) was a construction contractor who worked on several major projects including the San Francisco seawall in California and the Canadian Pacific Railway in British Columbia. He was born on August 30, 1848 in New York to an established Dutch (Netherlands) family. He received his education at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He married Sarah Delia Hilman of Plainfield (Plainfield, New Jersey), New Jersey. After starting his career surveying townsites and roads in New Jersey, he headed west to work as a general manager for financier Darius Ogden Mills on several engineering contracts. He died in Oscawana-on-the Hudson, New York on June 21, 1905. In each of these works the painter's name certifies the picture, and the manner is truly that of an artist acquainted with Flemish methods. We are not told under whom Herlen laboured in the Netherlands, but he probably took the same course as Schöngauer (Martin Schöngauer) and Hans Holbein the Elder, who studied in the school of van der Weyden (Roger van der Weyden). His altarpiece at Rothenburg contains groups and figures, as well as forms of action and drapery, which seem copied from those of van der Weyden's or Memlinc (Hans Memlinc)'s disciples, and the votive Madonna of 1488, whilst characterized by similar features, only displays such further changes as may be accounted for by the master's constant later contact with contemporaries in Swabia. thumb right The flag of the Kuomintang (File:Naval Jack of the Republic of China.svg), one canton of the flag of the Republic of China. The policy of working with the Kuomintang and Chiang Kai-shek had been recommended by the Dutch (Netherlands) Communist Henk Sneevliet, chosen in 1923 to be the Comintern representative in China due to his revolutionary experience in the Dutch Indies, where he had a major role in founding the Partai Komunis Indonesia (PKI) - and who felt that the Chinese party was too small and weak to undertake a major effort on its own (see Henk Sneevliet's work for the Comintern (Henk Sneevliet#Working for the Comintern)). Born on the Isle of Man, Hoff was the son of a stone and wood carver of Dutch (Netherlands) descent. He began helping his father on architectural commissions at a very young age and briefly attended the Nottingham School of Art (Nottingham Trent University, School of Art and Design) where he studied drawing, design, and modelling, from 1910 to 1915. During World War I he was in the British Army and fought in the trenches in France, an experience from which he was to draw most passionately in the creation of his various war memorials. Later in the war he made maps based on aerial photographs (Aerial photography). In the waning days of the 20th century and early days of the 21st, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, the Netherlands and Denmark amended their acts of succession to primogeniture with no preference as to sex. In some cases the change does not take effect during the lifetimes of people already in the line of succession at the time the law was passed. - '''Beatrix (Beatrix of the Netherlands)''' 125px (File:Koningin Beatrix in Vries.jpg) Kingdom of the Netherlands: Aruba, Curaçao, Netherlands, Sint Maarten 30 April 1980 - Description ''Loft Story'' is a slightly re-tooled version of the Dutch-created (Netherlands) ''Big Brother (Big Brother (TV series))'', toned down slightly for the French market by production company Endemol. The initial French ''Loft Story'' inspired the creation of a similar show of the same name (Loft Story (Canada)) in Quebec. The famous eye logo is used by both ''Loft Story'' versions. It evokes the voyeuristic eye of the television viewer as she or he watches the ''Lofteurs'' live in front of the cameras. Some of them get gradually voted off the show by viewers on their phones and the last couple win a house. It caused great controversy in France and the house was attacked by protesters. BBC News Story Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands

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