Xuchang

. In ancient times, the city occupied a strategic location in central China. Xuchang served as the warlord Cao Cao's de facto capital during the late Eastern Han Dynasty. After finding the old capital Luoyang ravaged by war, Cao moved the imperial court and Emperor Xian (Emperor Xian of Han) to what is now Xuchang in 196. In 220, Cao Cao's son and successor Cao Pi officially declared the city as the capital of the newly established state of Cao Wei. The city was renamed

of 189. In several strategic movements and battles, he controlled Yan Province and defeated several factions of the Yellow Turban rebels. This earned him the aid of other local militaries controlled by Zhang Miao and Chen Gong, who joined his cause to create his first sizable army. He continued the effort and absorbed approximately 300,000 Yellow Turban rebels into his army as well as a number of clan-based military groups from the eastern side of Qing Province. In 196 he established

County, Henan Róngchéng (容城) c. 11th century BC In 196, Cao joined Emperor Xian and convinced him to move the capital to Xuchang as suggested by Xun Yu and other advisors, as Luoyang was ruined by war and Chang'an was not under Cao's military control, and he was appointed chancellor (Chancellor (China)). Cao became commander-in-chief (大將軍) and Marquis of Wuping (武平侯), though both titles had little practical implication. While some viewed the emperor as a puppet under Cao's


Sumas, Washington

needed date March 2007 . Speidel, pp. 190–196. The original scheme for the SLS&E was connecting with an intercontinental railroad somewhere, while actually building north and east from Seattle. Speidel, p. 196. By the late 1880s, the SLS&E needed more capital for ongoing construction toward Sumas (Sumas, Washington) and an extension toward Spokane (Spokane, Washington). The Seattle & Eastern Construction Company was formed with many


Thatta

name Summers195-196 It also breeds locally in parts of Balochistan (Balochistan, Pakistan) province, and has been recorded several times in southeastern Iran.


Roman Kingdom

Empire imperial periods. Speakers would stand on the rostra and face the north side of the comitium towards the senate house and deliver orations to those assembled in between. It is often referred to as a ''suggestus'' or ''tribunal'',

. Between the reign of Tullius and the late third century BC, the number of tribes expanded from 4 to 35. By 471 BC, the plebeians decided that organization by tribe granted them a level of political independence from their patrician patrons Abbott, 260 that the curiae did not. Therefore, around 471 BC, Abbott, 196 a law was passed to allow the plebeians to begin organizing by tribe. Thus, the "


Dalhousie, New Brunswick

, and Parliament adjourned soon afterward. It included were mainline between Campbellton (Campbellton, New Brunswick) and Pacific Junction near Moncton. Important spurs connected Dalhousie Junction (Dalhousie Junction, New Brunswick) and Dalhousie (Dalhousie, New Brunswick), Nepisiguit Junction (Nepisiguit Junction, New Brunswick) and Brunswick Mines, and Nelson-Miramichi, New Brunswick Nelson


Sanaag

%) to Range Resources of Perth, Western Australia to carry out the actual exploration.196 10728.shtml Abdillahi Yusuf’s Transitional ‎Government And Puntland Oil Deals (sic) ** Saaxil (Berbera) ** Sanaag (Ceerigaabo) ** Sool (Las Anod) ** Nugaal (Garoowe) ** Sanaag (Ceerigaabo) ** Madar (Madar, Somalia) (Badhan) '''Erigavo''' or '''Erigabo''' (


Omiš

* Kostanje, population 605 * Kučiće, population 607 * Lokva Rogoznica, population 397 * Marušići, population 151 * Mimice, population 216 * Naklice, population 236 * Nova Sela (Nova Sela, Omiš), population 224 * '''Omiš''', population 6,462 * Ostrvica (Ostrvica, Croatia), population 196 * Pisak, population 202 * Podašpilje, population 20 * Podgrađe (Podgrađe, Split-Dalmatia County), population 280 * Putišići, population 46 * Seoca, Croatia Seoca


Sodankylä

196 May sun 240 Jun sun 268 Jul sun 269 Aug sun 183 Sep sun 109 Oct sun 60 Nov sun 22 Dec sun 1 year sun 1542 source 1 Climatological statistics for the normal period 1971–2000 Climatological statistics for the normal period 1971–2000 date August 2010 Twin towns * Berlevåg


Qana

in Lebanon Other Christians : 3% One can count approximately 100 families in Qana, with the largest, based on the number of voters, being the following: Attieh (580 voters), Borji (200 voters), Chalhoub (196 voters), Abdel Rida (186 voters), Sa’egh (184 voters), Jaber (158 voters), Zaarour (134 voters), Hammoud (130 voters), Dakhlallah (124 voters), Haidar (116 voters), Adib (104 voters), Salami (103 voters), Ftouni (78 voters), Madi (71 voters), Hodroj (69 voters), Haddad (152 voters), Boutros (77


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