Orleans, Massachusetts

bkmk table 1.0 en DEC 10_DP G001 0600000US2500151440 title Geographic Identifiers: 2010 Demographic Profile Data (G001): Orleans town, Barnstable County, Massachusetts publisher U.S. Census Bureau, American Factfinder accessdate December 6, 2013 For geographic and demographic information on the census-designated place Orleans, please see the article Orleans (CDP), Massachusetts. History Orleans was first settled in 1693 by Pilgrims (Plymouth Colony) Pilgrims

by and shared with the town of Eastham, is located in the "crease" of the inner elbow and provides boating access to Cape Cod Bay. Cape Cod National Seashore lies along the coast as well. Transportation The town line between Eastham and Orleans is the site of the termini of Massachusetts Routes 6A (Massachusetts Route 6A) and 28 (Massachusetts Route 28). The two routes join in the Orleans town center and end at a rotary with Route 6 at the Eastham town line. Massachusetts

Route 39 , which traces a portion of the Brewster town line, ends in the southern part of Orleans at Route 28. Other than two small non-outleted lanes, only Route 6 and Bridge Road pass northward into Eastham. Orleans has no rail or air service in town. The nearest regional air service can be reached in nearby Chatham, and the nearest national and international airport is Logan International Airport in Boston. Demographics


Azawad

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southwest. It straddles a portion of the Sahara and the Sahelian zone (Sahel). Gao is its largest city and served as the temporary capital, while Timbuktu is the second-largest city, and intended to be the capital by the independence forces. ref>

; On 6 April 2012, in a statement posted to its website, the MNLA declared "irrevocably" the independence of Azawad from Mali. In Gao on the same day, Bilal Ag Acherif, the secretary-general of the movement, signed the Azawadi Declaration of Independence, which also declared the MNLA


6th of October City

the commencement of the Yom Kippur War on 6 October 1973. For this reason, the date was also chosen as Egypt's Armed Forces Day (Armed Forces Day#Egypt). Climate Köppen-Geiger climate classification system classifies its climate as hot desert (hot desert climate) (BWh). Its climate is very similar to Giza (Giza#Climate) and Cairo (Cairo#Climate), owing to its proximity to them.

low C 19.8 Sep low C 18 Oct low C 15.7 Nov low C 12.2 Dec low C 7.6 precipitation colour green Jan precipitation mm 5 Feb precipitation mm 5 Mar precipitation mm 3 Apr precipitation mm 2 May precipitation mm 0 Jun precipitation mm 0 Jul precipitation mm 0 Aug precipitation mm 0 Sep precipitation mm 0 Oct precipitation mm 1 Nov precipitation mm 3 Dec precipitation mm 6 source 1 ''Climate-Data.org''

;of October City, including two private medical schools at Misr University for Science and Technology and October 6 University (October 6 University). Universities * Culture & Science City * Ahram Canadian University * Akhbar El Youm Academy * Cairo University in Sheikh Zayed City * Higher Institute of Applied Arts * Higher Institute for Architecture * Higher Institute of Engineering * Higher Institute of Science and Technology


Socialist Republic of Serbia

*'''President of the Presidium of the People's Assembly (1945 - 1953)''' **Siniša Stanković (7 April 1945 - March 1953) *'''Presidents of the National Assembly (1953 - 1974)''' **Petar Stambolić (December 1953 - April 1957) **Jovan Veselinov (April 1957 - 26 June 1963) **Dušan Petrović (Dušan Petrović (President of the National Assembly)) (26 June 1963 - 6 May 1967) **Miloš Minić (6 May 1967 - 6 May 1969) **Dragoslav Marković (6 May 1969 - 19 April 1974) ** Živan Vasiljević

(19 April - 6 May 1974) *'''Presidents of the Presidency (1974 - 1990)''' **Dragoslav Marković (6 May 1974 - 5 May 1978) **Dobrivoje Vidić (5 May 1978 - 5 May 1982) **Nikola Ljubičić (5 May 1982 - 5 May 1984) **Dušan Čkrebić (5 May 1984 - 5 May 1986) **Ivan Stambolić (5 May 1986 - 14 December 1987) **Petar Gračanin (14 December 1987 - 20 March 1989) **Ljubiša Igić (20 March - 8 May 1989) (acting) **Slobodan Milošević (8 May 1989 - 28 September 1990) Prime

Ministers *'''Minister for Serbia in Yugoslav government''' ** Jaša Prodanović (7 March 1945 - 9 April 1945) *'''President of the Government''' **Blagoje Nešković (9 April 1945 - 5 September 1948) **Petar Stambolić (5 September 1948 - 5 February 1953) *'''President of the Executive Council''' **Petar Stambolić (5 February 1953 - 16 December 1953) **Jovan Veselinov (16 December 1953 - 6 April 1957) **Miloš Minić (6 April 1957 - 9 June 1962) ** Slobodan Penezić Krcun


Chilliwack

chilliwackeconomicpartners.com publisher Cepco accessdate 9 March 2014 thumbnail Construction is about 8% of Chilliwack's economy (File:Prefabricated house construction.gif) class "wikitable" - ! Industry ! Est. % of GDP - Agriculture (Industrial agriculture) & Forestry (Forestry in Canada) 5% - Construction 8% - Education (Education economics) 6% - Finance (Financial services), Insurance & Real Estate (Housing industry) 11

% - Health (Health care industry) 6% - Manufacturing 13% - Public Administration 9% - Retail Wholesale Trade (Wholesale) 12% - Technology 6% - Tourism 9% - Other 15% - Canadian Forces Base Chilliwack Second World War '''CFB Chilliwack''' was established in 1941 as Camp Chilliwack following Canada's entry into the Second World War in 1939

- Bernard Elementary Elementary K-6 - Central Elementary Community School Elementary K-6 - Cheam Elementary Elementary K-6 - Cultus Lake Elementary Elementary K-6 - East Chilliwack Elementary Elementary K-6 - Evans Elementary Elementary K-6 - F.G. Leary Fine Arts Elementary Elementary K-6 - Greendale Community Elementary Elementary K-6 - Little Mountain Elementary Elementary K-6 - McCammon Traditional Elementary Elementary K


Puerto Cabezas

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;ref name hko Twin towns – Sister cities Puerto Cabezas

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