Gainsborough, Saskatchewan

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members is derived from agricultural businesses (farming, ranching) and petroleum drilling services. Demographics

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Socialist Republic of Croatia

Jugoslávie 1947.png thumb Map showing the economic development of the Yugoslav republics in 1947 (average development is 100%). At the same time with the process of persecution of political enemies, communist authorities conducted the Agrarian Reform, This process included dispossession of wealthy citizens and peasants. Agrarian Reform changed the ownership relations of the agricultural properties. Land

of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnian Serbs . The communists also introduced a new way of distribution of agricultural products. In order to supply the people who lived in towns and cities, they introduces the redemption of those products. The policy of distribution

was based on the idea that working segment of society should have advantage in quantity and diversity of goods over non-working, the parasitic segment. This led to development of black markets and speculations. On 28 April 1948, when small shops and majority of crafts have been nationalized, the private


Beit Hanina


Beit Sahour


Shangqiu

September 2010 Shang (Shangqiu) (商), the eponymous first capital of the former Shang dynasty, would become the capital of Weiziqi's state. In time, this territory would become the state of Song, and the descendants of Shang royalty there would maintain rites honoring the dead Shang kings until 286 BC. The Xia Dynasty collapsed around the 16th century BC following the invasion of Shang (Shang Dynasty), a neighboring


Åland Islands

14.8 9.3 5.6 - ! 1991 24,700 324 256 68 13.1 10.4 2.8 - ! 1992 24,900 325 278 47 13.0 11.2 1.9 - ! 1993 25,000 329 241 88 13.1 9.6 3.5 - ! 1994 25,100 303 261 42 12.1 10.4 1.7 - ! 1995 25,200 338 258 80 13.4 10.2 3.2 - ! 1996 25,200 290 281 9 11.5 11.1 0.4 - ! 1997 25,300 286 241 45 11.3 9.5 1.8 - ! 1998 25,500 311 237 74

38 11.0 9.6 1.4 - ! 2007 27,000 286 249 37 10.6 9.2 1.4 - ! 2008 27,300 294 250 44 10.8 9.2 1.6 - ! 2009 27,600 267 247 20 9.7 9.0 0.7 - ! 2010 28,007 286 255 31 10.2 9.1 1.1 - !2011 28 355 - !2012 28,502 - !2013 28 666 Ethnicity and language Most inhabitants speak Swedish


Beit Jala


Mangalia

. Dimitrios V. Grammenos and Elias K. Petropoulos. Oxford, Archaeopress, 2001 (BAR International Series; 1675 (1-2)), 239-286. Category:Populated places established in the 4th century BC Category:Ancient Greek cities Category:Black Sea Category:Populated places in Constanța County Category:Populated coastal places in Romania Category:Mangalia Category:Cities in Romania Category:Port cities and towns in Romania


Taghaza

; An important trans-Saharan route began at Sijilmasa and passed through Taghaza with its salt mines and ended at Oualata. The Moslem traveller Ibn Battuta used this route in 1352 on his way to the city of Mali, the capital of the Mali Empire. On leaving Sijilmasa his caravan took 25 days to reach Taghaza where they stayed for 10 days. The caravan stopped again for 3 days at the oasis of Tasarahla (probably Bir al


Port Harcourt

S.O. last Okafor volume 72 issue 286 journal African Affairs page 74 series Royal African Society publisher Oxford University Press date January 1973 url http: afraf.oxfordjournals.org content 72 286 73.full.pdf format PDF Pidgin (Nigerian Pidgin): "Po-ta-kot") ref name

& Development page 61 year 1989 isbn 1-84369-072-1 url http: books.google.com books?id btR1TIsEEpgC&pg PA61 In the creeks to the south of the original port were the fishing camps and grounds of the Okrika-Ijaw (Ijaw people) group.

publisher Oxford University Press date January 1973 url http: afraf.oxfordjournals.org content 72 286 73.full.pdf format PDF During the First World War (World War I), Port Harcourt was used as a point for military operations against the Central Powers in German Kamerun (Kamerun).


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