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Van Nuys, Los Angeles

CD (Compact Disc), cassette (Compact Cassette), 7" (Gramophone record), 12" (12-inch single) Recorded 1991 at Sound City, Van Nuys (Van Nuys, Los Angeles), California Genre Grunge, alternative rock left thumb Stefani on a Chevrolet Impala (File:Hollabckgirl.jpg) with the album cover art. The music video was directed by Paul Hunter (Paul Hunter (director)) and filmed in the Van Nuys (Van Nuys, Los Angeles) and Reseda (Reseda, Los Angeles) neighborhoods of Los Angeles, California. It is named after adjacent Woodley Avenue, which travels north-south and crosses the east-west busway route. The station is in the Van Nuys (Van Nuys, Los Angeles) district of Los Angeles, in the San Fernando Valley.


Mill Valley, California

sources date March 2011 '''Trips for Kids''' is an international children's organization with headquarters in Mill Valley, California in the United States, and with local branch organizations in the US, Canada and Israel. The aim of the group is to highlight the importance of physical activity and nature experiences to children. They use mountain bike trips to promote healthy lifestyles, environmental education and provide mentoring from their trained volunteers. Album cover


Guanajuato, Guanajuato

and even on the streets. The Festival International Cervantino Callejero is a parallel event sponsored by the ''Centro Libre de Experimentacion Teatral y Artistica (CLETA)''. In 2010, this event featured 300 performances with social themes. This annual event was begun in 1975, in part inspired by The Beatles’ Abbey Road album cover.


Kisangani

;ref http: www.stanleyville.be armee_police.html '''Diblo Dibala''', often known simply as '''Diblo''', is a Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo)lese soukous musician, known as "Machine


Fukuoka

debut single "Yūki o Kudasai" on March 26, 1997. Born in Fukuoka, Fukuoka Prefecture, Tamura gained notoriety as an advocate for the Lolita fashion movement, wearing Lolita-style clothing in public, as well as for her music releases, often in music videos and on the covers of her CD releases (album cover). In 2001, Tamura formed a unit called Yamato nadeshiko with another well known seiyū, Yui Horie. Two singles were released, ''Mō Hitori no Watashi'' and ''Merry Merrily'' - the latter of which was an insert song in the ''Love Hina'' Christmas Special (Love Hina). Location: Fukuoka, Japan 2008 2009 Asia tour In 2008 and 2009, Swing Out Sister went back on tour and appeared at the Jakarta Convention Center then toured several venues in Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Fukuoka and in the Philippines. Commons:Category:Fukuoka, Fukuoka


Northern England

;Brown, Lynne 1976" Brown, Lynne (1976). "Gloria Jones Biography", EMI Records Press Office, 1. Jones also recorded an album for the Uptown label (record label) entitled ''Come Go With Me (Come Go With Me (Gloria Jones album))'' which was released in 1966. Early life Arthur Lowe was born in Hayfield, Derbyshire, the only


Binghamton, New York

. He also provided album cover art for the 1999 album ''Still Fresh'' by the world-famous jazz vocal group The Four Freshmen, and his strips for B.C. were the inspiration for the mascot of UC Irvine, the anteater. Perry attended Vestal High School, where he was involved with track and field (track and field athletics). Perry's 1980 Vestal XX race result. '''WBGH-CA''' is the Class A (Class A television service) NBC-affiliated television station for New York's Eastern Southern Tier licensed to Binghamton (Binghamton, New York). It broadcasts a low-powered (low-power television) analog signal on UHF channel 20 from a transmitter at its studios on Ingraham Hill Road. The station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable channel 5 (hence the '''''NBC 5''''' branding) and in high definition (high-definition television) on digital channel 700. Owned by Newport Television, WBGH is sister to ABC (American Broadcasting Company) affiliate WIVT and the two share studios. Personal life Baker was born in Binghamton, New York, the son of Doris (née (married and maiden names) Hamlin) and Ralph B. Baker, a professional artist. Rick Baker Biography (1950-) He was awarded a Doctorate of Humane Letters (Doctor of Humane Letters) from the Academy of Art University in 2008.


Olympia, Washington

-long river in Washington (Washington (U.S. state)), United States. Its source is in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest in Lewis County (Lewis County, Washington), and it empties into Budd Inlet of Puget Sound at Olympia (Olympia, Washington) in Thurston County (Thurston County, Washington). It was given its name by French (France) fur traders, who called it Rivière des Chutes, or "River of the Falls." Low power analog translators in Bellevue (Bellevue, Washington), Edmonds (Edmonds, Washington), Olympia (Olympia, Washington), Renton (Renton, Washington) and Shelton (Shelton, Washington) have long since


Kinshasa

, weighing 10.9 tonnes, carrying up to 90 passengers, and having a maximum speed of 60 km h (about 37 mph). '''Diblo Dibala''', often known simply as '''Diblo''', is a Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo)lese soukous musician,


Timbuktu

of the same name published by Cheeky Press. The film is directed by its creator, Craig Clark, an art rock, darkwave musician (Chorus of Souls on Fluxus Records), animator (''Forrest Gump'' and ''The Simpsons''), comic book artist (''Nemesister'' and ''Timbuktu'') and album cover artist (The Nymphs). Clark produced the film little by little over a period of four years, from 1999-2004. Operations Amiot 122 was first used as a long-distance sports plane. From September 13, 1927 the prototype carried out a 10,800 km tour around the Mediterranean Sea, from Paris, through Vienna, Beirut, Cairo, Benghazi, Tunis, Casablanca to Paris. From April 3 to 5, 1928, lieutenant Girardot flew it across the Sahara, on the Paris-Timbuktu-Dakar-Paris 10,100 km route. Ghana At Kumbi Saleh, locals lived in domed-shaped dwellings in the king's section of the city, surrounded by a great enclosure. Traders lived in stone houses in a section which possessed 12 beautiful mosques (as described by al-bakri (Abu Abdullah al-Bakri)), one centered on Friday prayer.thumb 400px right Timbuktu (Image:TIMBUKTU-EINZUG.jpg) Historical Society of Ghana. Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, The Society, 1957, pp81 The king is said to have owned several mansions, one of which was sixty-six feet long, forty-two feet wide, contained seven rooms, was two stories high, and had a staircase; with the walls and chambers filled with sculpture and painting. Davidson, Basil. The Lost Cities of Africa. Boston: Little Brown, 1959, pp86 Sahelian architecture (Sudano-Sahelian) initially grew from the two cities of Djenné and Timbuktu. The Sankore Mosque in Timbuktu, constructed from mud on timber, was similar in style to the Great Mosque of Djenné. Ghana At Kumbi Saleh, locals lived in domed-shaped dwellings in the king's section of the city, surrounded by a great enclosure. Traders lived in stone houses in a section which possessed 12 beautiful mosques (as described by al-bakri (Abu Abdullah al-Bakri)), one centered on Friday prayer.thumb 400px right Timbuktu (Image:TIMBUKTU-EINZUG.jpg) Historical Society of Ghana. Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, The Society, 1957, pp81 The king is said to have owned several mansions, one of which was sixty-six feet long, forty-two feet wide, contained seven rooms, was two stories high, and had a staircase; with the walls and chambers filled with sculpture and painting. Davidson, Basil. The Lost Cities of Africa. Boston: Little Brown, 1959, pp86 Sahelian architecture (Sudano-Sahelian) initially grew from the two cities of Djenné and Timbuktu. The Sankore Mosque in Timbuktu, constructed from mud on timber, was similar in style to the Great Mosque of Djenné. A Qadiriyyah Sufi imam by training, Seku Amadu preached for years against what he saw as the corruption of the Islamic elites governing Timbuktu and Djenné. Inspired by the recent uprising of Usman dan Fodio in neighboring Hausaland (Hausa people), Seku Amadu led his followers in a jihad (Amadu's Jihad) against the then-dominant Bambara Empire in 1818. By 1819, he had decisively defeated the Bambara in battle, seizing Djenné and much of Inner Niger Delta region. He founded a capital for his new Massina Empire at Hamdullahi, northeast of Djenné, just south of the present day city of Mopti. In 1845, Seku Amadu conquered Timbuktu. However, he died within the year, leaving control of the Massina Empire to his son, Amadu Seku. Seku Amadu's Empire outlived him by only seventeen years, falling to Toucouleur conqueror El Hajj Umar Tall in 1862. Cole was murdered by Tuareg (Taureg people) bandits near Timbuktu, Mali, in late October 2000. Under Sundiata's successors, most notably his son Wali Keita (r. c. 1255–1270) and his grand-nephew Kankou Musa I (Mansa Musa) (r. c. 1312–1337), the Mali Empire continued to expand, eventually creating a centralized state including most of West Africa. Trade flourished, while Kankou Musa I founded a university at Timbuktu and instituted a program of free health care and education for Malian citizens with the help of doctors and scholars brought back from his legendary hajj. At the same time, the Europeans started to travel into the interior of Africa to trade and explore. Mungo Park (Mungo Park (explorer)) (1771–1806) made the first serious expedition into the region's interior, tracing the Niger (Niger River) as far as Timbuktu. French armies followed not long after. In the Scramble for Africa in the 1880s the Europeans started to colonize the inland of West Africa, they had previously mostly controlled trading ports along the coasts and rivers. Samory Ture (Samory)'s newly-founded Wassoulou Empire was the last to fall, and with his capture in 1898, military resistance to French colonial rule effectively ended. thumb West Africa after the Moroccan invasion. (File:WestAfrica1625.png) The Songhai Empire, was a western African (West Africa) state centered in eastern Mali. From the early 15th to the late 16th century, it was one of the largest (List of largest empires) African empires in history. On October 16, 1590, Ahmad took advantage of recent civil strife in the empire and dispatched an army of 4,000 men across the Sahara desert under the command of converted Spaniard (Spain) Judar Pasha. Commons:Category:Timbuktu WikiPedia:Timbuktu


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