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Bakersfield, California

, 2011; accessed December 19, 2011. which claims to have placed over 1,000 its used clothes donation bins in the San Francisco Bay Area and about 200 bins in Phoenix, Arizona. Campus California website; accessed June 26, 2011. Throughout the 1950s, the most popular kind of country music was the Nashville Sound, which was a slick and pop-oriented style. Many musicians preferred a rougher sound, leading to the development the Lubbock Sound and Bakersfield Sound. The Bakersfield Sound was innovated in Bakersfield, California in the mid to late 1950s, by performers like Wynn Stewart, who used elements of Western swing and rock, such as the breakbeat, along with a honky tonk vocal style  . Although born in San Diego (San Diego, California), his family was original from Bakersfield (Bakersfield, California) and moved back soon after he was born. Stiern attended Bakersfield College, then continued on to Washington State University where he received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. He returned to Bakersfield and set up a veterinary practice catering to the local agricultural community, taking a temporary leave to serve in World War II. '''Memorial Stadium''' is a double-decked concrete and steel stadium in northeast Bakersfield, California, near the Panorama Bluffs. It features a fast Bermuda grass football field with a high-centered crown and an all-weather track. Located at the corner of University Avenue and Mount Vernon Avenue on the campus of Bakersfield College (BC), it is primarily used for American football, and is the home field of the B.C. Renegades. The stadium holds roughly 20,000 people and was built in 1955. It is named to honor the war dead of World War I and World War II. A plaque at the finish line commemorates its dedication. Personal life Born in Bakersfield, California on July 18, 1970, and raised in Michoacán, Mexico, he is the son and grandson of migrant farmworkers, both parents now deceased. His extended family migrated back to California in 1980 and returned to Mexico in 1992. González remained alone in the U.S. to complete his education. Details of his troubled childhood in Michoacán and his difficult adolescence as an immigrant in California are the basis for his coming of age memoir ''Butterfly Boy: Memories of a Chicano Mariposa.'' He was born in Durant, Oklahoma in 1935. His family migrated to California along a path similar to many "Bakersfield Okies", first moving to Chandler, Arizona in 1938, and two years later in Bakersfield, California. Semie’s mother worked in a dry cleaner’s shop, his father with the Southern Pacific Railroad (Southern Pacific Transportation Company). Price, Robert, "The Man Behind the Mosrite" (archived 2008 copy), ''The Bakersfield Californian''. Has biographical notes on Semie Moseley. Businessman In 1985, he purchased a Cadillac dealership in Bakersfield, California at age 22, becoming the youngest GM dealer ever. Tim Keenan; June 2001; Ward's Dealer Business , Retrieved January 10, 2007 Valley Flyer The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway established a special passenger train, dubbed the ''Valley Flyer'', specifically to shuttle passengers between Bakersfield (Bakersfield, California) and Oakland (Oakland, California) during the exposition. The Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad (Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad), Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad, and the Western Pacific Railroad launched a jointly operated train called the Exposition Flyer between Chicago and Oakland. The Exposition Flyer was named for the Golden Gate International Exposition.


New Zealand

, universities and TAFEs use predominantly simplified characters. '''Sutherland Falls''' is a waterfall near Milford Sound in New Zealand's South Island. At 580 metres (1,904 feet) the falls were long believed to be the tallest waterfall in New Zealand. However, Browne Falls cascades 843 metres (2,766 feet) down a mountainside in Doubtful Sound, leading some to view that as the tallest. Jock Phillips. Waterfalls - A land of waterfalls, ''Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand'', Ministry for Culture and Heritage. ISBN 978-0-478-18451-8. Updated 1 March 2009. Retrieved 2 September 2010. '''Sutherland Falls''' is a waterfall near Milford Sound in New Zealand's South Island. At 580 metres (1,904 feet) the falls were long believed to be the tallest waterfall in New Zealand. However, Browne Falls cascades 843 metres (2,766 feet) down a mountainside in Doubtful Sound, leading some to view that as the tallest. Jock Phillips. Waterfalls - A land of waterfalls, ''Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand'', Ministry for Culture and Heritage. ISBN 978-0-478-18451-8. Updated 1 March 2009. Retrieved 2 September 2010. Geography Raglan is associated with Whaingaroa Harbour (also known as Raglan Harbour) on the west coast of the Waikato region in New Zealand's North Island. The harbour runs 12 km inland from the entrance, for the most part is less than 2 km wide, and is the northernmost of three large inlets in the Waikato coast. :'''''Australia''''' :‘International Students’ are defined as those studying onshore only with visa subclasses 570 to 575, excluding students on Australian-funded scholarships or sponsorship or students undertaking study while in possession of other temporary visas. World Education Services. New Zealand citizens (New Zealand nationality law) do not require a visa to study in Australia, so are not classed as international students. As of 2008, Ceroc Enterprises has franchises operating in Ireland, France, Italy, Spain, the UAE, Canada, the United States and Hong Kong. As of September 2008, there are over 30 Ceroc franchises running in the United Kingdom Ceroc franchises in the UK Ceroc Franchising information and 150 Ceroc venues there. There are also Ceroc organizations in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, South Africa and Dubai. Wikipedia:New Zealand Commons:Category:New Zealand Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand


Italy

ancestor of the saxophone: anecdotally, Adolphe Sax, while repairing an ophicleide, put a woodwind mouthpiece on the instrument and liked the sound, leading to the saxophone's later creation; however, this story is not considered plausible, since the developmental history of the saxophone is well documented, and the ophicleide and saxophone are only superficially similar to each other—in particular their wide conical bore, and large tone holes. thumb 225px Canaletto (Image:Canaletto (II) 002.jpg) (Giovanni Antonio Canal). The '''list of painters and architects of Venice''' includes notable painters and architects who have a significant connection to the Italian (Italy) city of Venice. It is not yet a complete list and additional contributions are welcome.


Canada

of the Arctic Ocean in Kitikmeot (Kitikmeot Region, Nunavut), Nunavut, Canada. Forming part of the Parry Channel, it separates Victoria Island (Victoria Island (Canada)) and Prince of Wales Island (Prince of Wales Island, Nunavut) from the Queen Elizabeth Islands. East of the sound (Sound (geography)) lies Lancaster Sound, leading into Baffin Bay; westward lies the McClure Strait and the Arctic Ocean. The sound is a part of the Northwest Passage. ref>


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