Fort Frances

and Kenora on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Fridays. Get around See *

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Kabgayi

p 129 A few church leaders objected to excessive Hutu domination. In 1991 the Bishop of Kabgayi, Thaddée Nsengiyumva, issued a pastoral letter that deeply criticized the widespread use of political assassination and lack of interest in reconciliation between the ethnic groups. Tutsi refugees from

Overdulve first C. M. title Rwanda: Un peuple avec une histoire url http: books.google.com books?id 0R1vZB4USScC&pg PA122 accessdate 2013-03-22 year 1997 publisher Harmattan isbn 978-2-7384-5292-4 * *


Glywysing

. 1,274 mode 2up p. 274. Longmans, Green, & Co. (London), 1911. Accessed 22 Feb 2013. Glywysing seems to have been a sub-kingdom or principality of the Kingdom of Morgannwg, along with Gwent. After the death of Morgan the Old, Gwent and Glywysing were separated again from 974 to 1055, but Glywysing alone was often referred to as Morgannwg. Both areas were conquered by Gruffydd ap Llywelyn in about 1055, but on his


Dongola

growing region a particular composition of palm tree varieties, including endemic species, are grown. cf. Yusif 1995:273-274 During the Anglo-Egyptian Condominium (1899—1955), Dar al-Manasir had been described as the southernmost limit of date cultivation in the Sudan Jackson, H. C. (1926) Date palms are cultivated in Sudan from the Egyptian border in the North all the way along the Nile

the river Nile, where it is nowadays provided by diesel pumps. Sudan is among the countries that produce good quality dates. Bilad al-Mahas (Mahas), Sukut, Dongola, Dar al-Shaiqiyah, Dar al-Manasir, Dar al-Rubatab and the areas around Bauqah and Berber along the Nile boast extensive date groves. In each date growing region a particular composition of palm tree varieties, including endemic species, are grown. cf. Yusif 1995:273-274 During the Anglo


Owen Sound

in Owen Sound. He was then elected mayor

'. Richard Berford and John Hamilton were the first European settlers to move onto and survey the lots of the future village of Tara. The opening of the road from Southampton (Southampton, Ontario) to Owen Sound in 1852 helped the early growth of the community, as the village is located approximately half-way in between the two larger towns. Shortly after, Hamilton opened a hotel, serving the incoming settlers of the surrounding townships. Robertson, 274-275. A post

-office opened in 1862 with the name, Eblana, however it was changed the following year to Tara, after a town in County Meath, Ireland which served as the seat of Irish royalty. Robertson, 274-276. In 1880, the local newspaper, ''The Tara Leader'' was first published, and the following year the railroad was built to the community and the first locomotive arrived. Robertson, 277. terminus_b cities


Komárom

and serial production began soon after. The first installation, at 16 kV 50 Hz, was in 1932 on the 56 km section of the Hungarian State Railways between Budapest and Komárom. This proved successful and the electrification was extended to Hegyeshalom in 1934. Duffy (2003: 273–274) Attacks on oil targets had assumed top priority by October and vast fleets of heavy bombers, escorted by P-38 Lightning and P-51 Mustang


Elmet

'' derives from the Germanic word ''Walha'', and was originally used by the Anglo-Saxons to refer to the native Britons. In reference to the villages of Wales and Waleswood, S.O. Addy, in his ''A Glossary of Words Used in the Neighbourhood of Sheffield'', p. 274, states "The Anglo-Saxon invaders or settlers called the old inhabitants or aborigines of this country wealas, or foreigners." See also, "Welsh" in

, an enduring Celtic presence within this area is evidenced by the settlements called Wales (Wales, South Yorkshire) and Waleswood close to Sheffield—the word ''Wales'' derives from the Germanic word ''Walha'', and was originally used by the Anglo-Saxons to refer to the native Britons. states "The Anglo-Saxon invaders or settlers called the old inhabitants or aborigines of this country wealas


Bethlehem

: www.tent.ps . Good local cuisine in an outdoor setting or tent in winter. Good views across the valley. *

directions Ring road phone 02-274 2895 tollfree fax hours price content The best grills in town, served by two brothers with impressive moustaches. Fresh ingredients and the meat is chopped and prepared in front of you using traditional methods. The restaurant issues certificates stating that you have eaten there. *

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Alon Shvut

conference kicks off in Alon Shvut publisher Highbeam.com accessdate 20 April 2012


Gainsborough, Saskatchewan

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