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Kansas City, Missouri

immediately." The Klan never bothered him again. Monroe, 46. and from 1928 until 1955, he was the executive at the Kansas City (Kansas City, Missouri) Area Council. ''NCAB''. The Boy Scouts eventually awarded Bartle the organization's Silver Buffalo (Silver Buffalo Award), Silver Antelope (Silver Antelope Award) and Silver Beaver (Silver Beaver Award) Awards. Regional Affiliates Out & Equal maintains relationships with many Regional Affiliates throughout the United States. These Regional Affiliates provide knowledge, training and networking http: www.thegavoice.com index.php today-in-gay-atlanta 975-out-a-equal-networks-for-equality?fontstyle f-smaller *St. Paul (w:Saint Paul, Minnesota), Minnesota (w:Minnesota) *Kansas City Assembly (w:Kansas City Assembly) of Kansas City (w:Kansas City, Missouri), Missouri (w:Missouri) *Norfolk Assembly of Norfolk (w:Norfolk, Virginia), Virginia (w:Virginia) Still, Harlan was in attendance at Yankee Stadium (w:Yankee Stadium) during the team's Opening Day series this year. He also drove down to Kansas City (w:Kansas City, Missouri), only three hours away from Lincoln, when the Yankees visited the Kansas City Royals (w:Kansas City Royals). He made the same trips last year when Joba made his much-anticipated Major League debut.


Laos

, Macau; Malaysia (Malaya and East Malaysia), Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam - unit Special Activities Division, Army Special Forces, MACV-SOG battles Bay of Pigs Invasion, Vietnam War, Laos, Bolivia awards Intelligence Star (very rare CIA valor award), Silver Star, (9) Crosses for Gallantry (Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry) by government of South Vietnam Elsewhere, such as on the Philippines and in Laos


Tokyo

) - Albums Chart Daijiten - The Beatles publisher ''Original Confidence'' language Japanese date 2007-12-30 accessdate 2011-08-29 *1991 **World Championships (1991 World Championships in Athletics) - Tokyo, Japan ***400 m. silver medal - 44.62 sec. Sonoda moved to Tokyo in 1984, at the age of 21, and began work


Toronto

AwardsAndCompetitions publisher Urban Land Institute url http: www.uli.org AwardsAndCompetitions AwardsForExcellenceProgram Americas Winners%20and%20Finalists.aspx accessdate 20 July 2009 and it won the Holcim Award (Holcim Awards for Sustainable Construction) Silver for sustainable construction projects for the of region North America in 2005.


Germany

in two national bookbinding competitions; his work was award silver at the first competition, gold at the second. He undertook further studies at The Graphic Academy in Munich, and graduated in 1963 with a Master Bookbinder certificate. In the West, proponents of scientific social planning, such as the sociologist Auguste Comte, and social researchers, such as Charles Booth (Charles Booth (philanthropist)), contributed to the emergence of social policy in the first industrialised countries (industrial revolution). Surveys of poverty that exposed the brutal conditions in the urban slum conurbations of Victorian Britain pressured changes reform of the Poor Law (demise and abolition of the Poor law system) and welfare reforms (Liberal welfare reforms) by the British Liberal Party. Other significant examples in the development of social policy are the Bismarckian welfare state (Otto von Bismarck#Paternalistic welfare state) in 19th century Germany; social security policies (Social Security (United States)#History) introduced by the New Deal in the United States between 1933 and 1935, and health reforms (National Health Service Act 1946) the Beveridge Report of 1942. 2000s In 2000, his remake of the Nik Kershaw song "The Riddle" sold 1,000,000 copies in Germany and 200,000 copies in France. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


Poland

) *April 30 - Jean-Frédéric Waldeck, artist and explorer (b. 1766 (1766 in art)) Born in Poland to German (Germany) parents in 1938, Conrad Mieschke was raised, educated, apprenticed and worked as a bookbinder and book restorer in Germany. During that time, he competed in two national bookbinding competitions; his work was award silver at the first competition, gold at the second. He undertook further studies at The Graphic Academy in Munich, and graduated in 1963 with a Master Bookbinder certificate. During the 1960s and 1970s, Gregory directed a number of avant-garde productions developed through ensemble collaboration, the most famous of which was ''Alice In Wonderland'' (1970), based on Lewis Carroll's two classic Alice books. In the course of these experiments, he founded his own theatrical company, The Manhattan Project (1968). In 1975 he directed ''Our Late Night'', the first produced play by Wallace Shawn, which began a long working relationship between the two. Shortly afterward, Gregory's growing misgivings about the role of theatre in modern life, and what he felt was a trend toward fascism in the United States, led him to abandon theatre abruptly and leave the country. As described in ''My Dinner with Andre'', he traveled to Poland on an invitation from Jerzy Grotowski, developed a number of experimental theatrical events for private audiences, and then spent several years in a variety of esoteric spiritual communities (such as Findhorn (Findhorn Foundation)) developing an interest in what could be described as New Age beliefs. '''Jan Kott''' (October 27, 1914 – December 23, 2001) was a Polish (Poland) political activist, critic and theoretician of the theatre; a leading proponent of Stalinism in Poland after the Soviet takeover of the country. Kott emigrated to the United States in 1965. WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland


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