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Almería

in July 2005. Horasan was member of the team (Turkey national women's basketball team) participated at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain, which won gold medal. She won the Turkish women's championship with Beşiktaş in 2004–2005. Kocak won gold medal at the inaugural European Union Boxing Championship held 2003 in Strasbourg, France. He was named "Best Boxer" amongst the 91 boxers from 17

captain of the gold medal-winning team at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain. She could not play at the final match because of complications with her pregnancy, but the team squad dedicated the medal to her. Tunçluer was member of the national team (Turkey national women's basketball team) at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain, which won the gold medal

. She played 170 times for Turkey national women's basketball team. İvegin was member of the team (Turkey national women's basketball team) participated at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain, which won the gold medal. Yüksel played in the national team (Turkey national women's basketball team), which participated in the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain where she won a gold medal. Yücesir played in the gold medal winning national team (Turkey national women's basketball team) at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain. National team She participated at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain and won a gold medal with Turkey national women's basketball team. She participated at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain and won gold medal with the national team (Turkey national women's basketball team). She capped 105 times for national. International career She was the member of the national team (Turkey national women's basketball team), which won gold medal at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain. International career Yıldızoğlu played in the gold medal winning national team (Turkey national women's basketball team) at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain. The three ships were built between 1929 and 1936 by the Deutsche Werke and ''Reichsmarinewerft'' (Kriegsmarinewerft Wilhelmshaven) in Kiel and Wilhelmshaven, respectively. They saw heavy service with the German Navy. All three vessels served on non-intervention (Non-intervention in the Spanish Civil War) patrols during the Spanish Civil War. While on patrol, ''Deutschland'' was attacked by Republican bombers (Spanish Republican Air Force), and in response, ''Admiral Scheer'' bombarded the port of Almería. In 1937, ''Admiral Graf Spee'' represented Germany at the Coronation Review for Britain's King George VI. For the rest of their peacetime careers, the ships conducted a series of fleet maneuvers in the Atlantic and visited numerous foreign ports in goodwill tours. ''Admiral Scheer'' saw heavy service with the German Navy, including several deployments to Spain during the Spanish Civil War, to participate in non-intervention patrols. While off Spain, she bombarded the port of Almería following the Republican attack on her sister ''Deutschland''. At the outbreak of World War II, she remained in port for a periodic refit. Williamson, p. 33 Her first operation during World War II was a commerce raiding operation into the southern Atlantic Ocean that started in late October 1940. While on the operation, she also made a brief foray into the Indian Ocean. Williamson, pp. 33–34 During the raiding mission, she sank WikiPedia:Almería Commons:Category:Almería


Bridgewater State University

Early years Corwin was born in Norwell, Massachusetts in 1967, where he attended Norwell High School ( Norwell High School (Massachusetts)), then went on to spend his freshman year of college at the Eastern Nazarene College, in Quincy, Massachusetts. Later he attended Bridgewater State University in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Animal Planet website: Biography of Jeff Corwin Jeff has bachelor of science degrees in biology and anthropology. He conducted his graduate studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, obtaining a master (Master's degree) of science in wildlife and fisheries (fishery) conservation (Habitat conservation) and doing work on bats and snakes. In 1999, Bridgewater awarded Corwin an honorary doctorate in public education. children alma_mater Bridgewater State College (Bridgewater State University) Boston University title1 Member of the Massachusetts Senate from the 1st Bristol and Plymouth District On February 18, 2009, WNAC launched an hour-long lifestyle and entertainment magazine-type program called ''The Rhode Show'' that aired weekday mornings at 8AM. A new secondary set for the show was built with a fully functional kitchen. The show was previously hosted by the weekday morning news anchor teams (Vince DeMentri & Elizabeth Hopkins from February 2009 - March 2010, Patrick Little & Elizabeth Hopkins from March 2010 - November 2010, and Patrick Little & Danielle North from November 2010 - December 2011). A third host for a period of one year was found annually through open audition in a contest titled ''The Rhode Show Search for a Star''. In 2008, Boston-area radio deejay Shawn Tempesta won the contest out of over 140 people. In 2009, Cranston (Cranston, Rhode Island) comedian Ben Hague beat out over 100 other hopefuls. Bridgewater State University graduate Michaela Johnson of East Providence (East Providence, Rhode Island) won the honor in 2010. During the week, ''The Rhode Show'' was streamed live on WNAC's website. The main channel re-aired the show weekday afternoons at 1PM with WNAC-DT2 (MyRITV) (WNAC-DT2) doing the same at 4PM. On February 18, 2009, WNAC launched an hour-long lifestyle and entertainment magazine-type program called ''The Rhode Show'' that aired weekday mornings at 8AM. A new secondary set for the show was built with a fully functional kitchen. The show was previously hosted by the weekday morning news anchor teams (Vince DeMentri & Elizabeth Hopkins from February 2009 - March 2010, Patrick Little & Elizabeth Hopkins from March 2010 - November 2010, and Patrick Little & Danielle North from November 2010 - December 2011). A third host for a period of one year was found annually through open audition in a contest titled ''The Rhode Show Search for a Star''. In 2008, Boston-area radio deejay Shawn Tempesta won the contest out of over 140 people. In 2009, Cranston (Cranston, Rhode Island) comedian Ben Hague beat out over 100 other hopefuls. Bridgewater State University graduate Michaela Johnson of East Providence (East Providence, Rhode Island) won the honor in 2010. During the week, ''The Rhode Show'' was streamed live on WNAC's website. The main channel re-aired the show weekday afternoons at 1PM with WNAC-DT2 (MyRITV) (WNAC-DT2) doing the same at 4PM. group2 Four-year and above list2 Bridgewater State University • Fitchburg State University • Framingham State University • Massachusetts College of Art and Design • Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts • Massachusetts Maritime Academy • Salem State University • University of Massachusetts Amherst • University of Massachusetts Boston • University of Massachusetts Dartmouth • University of Massachusetts Lowell • University of Massachusetts Medical School • Westfield State University • Worcester State University - Bridgewater State University Bears Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Massachusetts) Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference -


Macomb, Illinois

February 2012 * John Mahoney, actor * Ty Margenthaler, assistant coach with the Wisconsin Badgers (Wisconsin Badgers women's basketball) women's basketball team * Kenneth G. McMillan, Illinois State Senator and educator * Red Miller, former head coach of the NFL Denver Broncos and USFL Denver Gold * Michael Norman (Michael Norman (author)), author of the "Haunted" book series * Todd Purdum, correspondent, editor Vanity Fair (magazine

'''Waste Management Court at Western Hall''' is a 5,139-seat multi-purpose arena in Macomb, Illinois. It was built in 1964. It is home to the Western Illinois University Leathernecks basketball team and the Westerwinds women's volleyball and basketball team. - Western Illinois Leathernecks Western Illinois University Macomb (Macomb, Illinois) The Summit League Forty years later, some improvements have been introduced to address these earlier inequalities, but the US Census data (1960-2010) show a significant population exodus and growing poverty in the region. On 30 October 2006, Illinois's partnership with Amtrak included an additional daily train service on the Chicago-Quincy line. This service expansion is part of the state sponsorship for increasing round-trip train service between Chicago and downstate cities from three daily to seven daily schedules. The new ''Carl Sandburg (Carl Sandburg (Amtrak))'' train joined the existing ''Illinois Zephyr'' train serving the western region of Illinois with train stops at Kewanee (Kewanee, Illinois), Galesburg (Galesburg, Illinois), Macomb (Macomb, Illinois), and Quincy (Quincy, Illinois). In 2008 and 2009, Illinois Route 336 was further extended from Carthage (Carthage, Illinois) to Macomb (Macomb, Illinois) built partially along former U. S. Route 136 alignment, on which it runs concurrently, and a new alignment bypassing Tennessee (Tennessee, Illinois) and Colchester (Colchester, Illinois) to end temporarily west of Macomb (Macomb, Illinois). The segment from Macomb to Peoria, through the former coal region of Fulton County has been proposed, but not built. Miller was born and raised in Macomb, Illinois and attended Macomb Public Schools and Western Illinois University, where he was later a star player and coach for the Leathernecks football team. He began his coaching career at high schools in Astoria (Astoria, Illinois) and Canton, Illinois, and at Carthage College. '''WIUM''' (91.3 FM (FM broadcasting)) is a 50,000-watt radio station in Macomb, Illinois, in west-central Illinois. Western Illinois University is the station licensee, authorized by the Federal Communications Commission. image Image:WIUS_TheDog_logo.jpg city Macomb (Macomb, Illinois), Illinois area '''WIUS''' (88.3 FM (FM broadcasting)) is a radio station licensed to Macomb, Illinois, USA, the station serves the Illinois college area. The station is currently owned by Western Illinois University. He attended school in Balaoan (Balaoan, La Union), Vigan and San Fernando (San Fernando City, La Union), and was appointed government student to the United States in 1905. He studied at the University of Chicago in 1906 and 1907. He graduated from the Western Illinois State Teachers College (Western Illinois University) at Macomb, Illinois in 1908, and from the Teachers College of Columbia University in New York City in 1910. He returned to the Philippine Islands and taught school. Here he entered education politics, becoming successively the first Filipino Superintendent of Schools (1915 to 1916), Assistant Director of Education (1917 to 1921), a member of the first Philippine mission to the United States (1919 to 1920), a lecturer at the University of the Philippines (1919 to 1921), President of the National University (1921–1936). Then he entered national politics. He was elected a member of the Philippine Senate in 1925, and, as a Nationalist (Nacionalista Party (Philippines)), a Resident Commissioner in the United States House of Representatives in 1928, reelected in 1931 and served from March 4, 1929 until January 3, 1935, when his term expired in accordance with the new Philippine Commonwealth Government. In 1934 he was an unsuccessful candidate for election to the Philippine Senate, but became a member of the Constitutional Convention (Constitutional Convention (Philippines)) in 1934, and a member of the first National Assembly in 1935. In 1939 he was a member of the Economic Mission to the United States, and chairman of the Educational Mission between 1938 and 1941. Back in the Philippines he became chairman of the National Council of Education in 1941, Director of Publicity and Propaganda until January 1942, chairman of the National Cooperative Administration in 1941, later Assistant Commissioner of the Department of Education, Health, and Public Welfare, then Secretary of Education until 1945. He was also Chancellor of Osías Colleges. He was elected again to the Philippine Senate in 1947 for a term expiring in 1953. He was President of the Senate of the Philippines twice for a short time in 1952 and in 1953. He was the Philippines' representative to the Interparliamentary Union in Rome and to the International Trade Conference in Genoa in 1948. He was an unsuccessful candidate for the Nationalist Party nomination for President of the Philippines in 1953, losing to Ramon Magsaysay. He was again elected, this time as a Liberal (Liberal Party (Philippines)) to the Philippine Senate (1961–1967), and served as president pro tempore. He was a resident of Mandaluyong, Rizal, Philippines, until his death.


Serbia and Montenegro

created a separate national basketball team afterwards, as well as the national teams of all other team sports. Entertainment The two countries were represented in the Miss Earth 2006 pageant by a single delegate, Dubravka Skoric. Serbia and Montenegro also participated in the Eurovision Song Contest and in Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005 only on one occasion. The country debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest under the name Serbia and Montenegro in 2004, when Željko Joksimović got 2nd place. The next to follow was the Montenegrin boyband No Name. In 2006, the year of Montenegrin independence, the country Serbia and Montenegro did not have a representative due to the scandal in Evropesma 2006 (Evropesma#2006 event and controversy). See also WikiPedia:Serbia and Montenegro Dmoz:Regional Europe Serbia and Montenegro


Santo Domingo

Americas Championship in Santo Domingo, due to its great tradition, on November 2005, Puerto Rico received an invitation to participate in the World tournament as a Wildcard, along with Italy (Italy national basketball team), Serbia and Montenegro (Serbia and Montenegro national basketball team) and Turkey (Turkey national basketball team). In route to the World Championship, Puerto Rico won bronze at the 2006 CentroBasket (2006 Centrobasket), losing the automatic classification to the 2008 tournament (2008 Centrobasket), but recover in time to earn gold at the 2006 Central American and Caribbean Games (Basketball at the 2006 Central American and Caribbean Games). Later, at the group play (group tournament) stage of the World Championship (2006 FIBA World Championship), which was contested in Japan, Puerto Rico started with victories over Senegal (Senegal national basketball team) and the People's Republic of China (China national basketball team), but lost ties against the United States (United States national basketball team), Italy (Italy national basketball team) and Slovenia (Slovenia national basketball team). The application of a second tiebreaker by points differential to Slovenia, China and Puerto Rico, each with a winning percentage of .400, placed Puerto Rico fifth in Group D (2006 FIBA World Championship#Group D (Sapporo)), preventing the team from advancing to the knockout round (knockout tournament) for the first time since 1986; Puerto Rico ultimately placed 17th out of twenty-four, being this its shyest performance after a long time. The following year began with Puerto Rico earning its fifth silver medal at the 2007 Pan American Games (Basketball at the 2007 Pan American Games), followed by the team's first participation in a CaribeBasket (FIBA CBC Championship) . Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Dominican Republic Localities Santo Domingo Wikipedia:Santo Domingo Commons:Category:Santo Domingo


Tillsonburg

installation established. Electric power was first utilized in 1912 and automobiles began to appear on the market. In 1915, a Public Library was built with funds provided by the Carnegie Foundation (Carnegie Corporation of New York), and the town's Memorial Hospital came into existence in 1925. In the 20s, major enterprises included milk production, manufacture of shoes, tractors, textiles and an increased production of tobacco. The Tillsonburg Livingston's Basketball Team (representative of Tillsonburg's largest industry) won the Canadian Championships in 1952 and represented Canada in the Olympics at Helsinki, Finland. CKOT (CKOT (AM)) Radio began broadcasting operations in 1955 and the Ontario Flue-Cured Tobacco Marketing Board opened its new auction exchange 3 years later. Government Tillsonburg is one of eight municipalities that make up the County of Oxford. The Mayor also represents the Town as a County Councillor. The County administers social programs, ambulance and paramedic services, planning, water and wastewater services, garbage and landfill operations and the County road system. Tillsonburg is governed by an elected Mayor, Deputy Mayor and five Councillors. Council meets on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month in the Council Chambers in the Corporate Municipal Office. They oversee staff and set policy for the various operations and services provided by the Town. The town also owns and operates: *Tillsonburg Municipal Airport (Tillsonburg Airport) *Lake Lisgar Water Park *Tillsonburg Public Library Healthcare thumb right Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital (Image:Tillsonburg hospital.jpg) The town has one hospital accredited through the Ontario Ministry of Health. Tillsonburg and District Memorial Hospital is located in the downtown area on Rolph Street. The TDMH serves the town and region. A major fundraising campaign was undertaken to fund the equipment for a dialysis unit at Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital. This became operational during 2006. The home support programs of the '''Multi-Service Centre''' (personal support & homemaking, assisted living, meals on wheels, transportation, foot & hand care, Home at Last) are accredited by Accreditation Canada. Development The Town's Centennial Year (1972) saw the opening of the new $1,000,000 Community Recreation Complex by the Governor-General of Canada, as well as the opening of the Tillsonburg Museum in the old community centre on the shores of Lake Lisgar. A new Wikipedia:Tillsonburg


Xuchang

'''Zhong Yao''' The name is also sometimes rendered Zhōng Yóu in pinyin, because the 2nd character has historically had several pronunciations. In the Norman & Mattos translation of Qiu Xigui (2000), for instance, Zhōng Yóu is given. However, according to the ''Hanyu Da Zidian'' ' s entry on the character (p.1436), it is pronounced yáo in names, which supports Wiki's entry of Zhong Yao (151–230) de Crespigny, pg. 1134 was a Chinese (Chinese people) calligrapher (Calligraphy) and politician of Cao Wei during the late Han Dynasty and Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history (History of China). Born in modern Xuchang, Henan (Xuchang), he was at one time the Grand Administrator of Chang'an. Daxi first put Huatai under siege, but after he was unable to capture it quickly, Emperor Mingyuan personally led an army south to aid Daxi. He also had Crown Prince Tao lead an army to the northern border, to guard against a Rouran attack. Huatai then fell, and Daxi then approached Hulao and Luoyang. Meanwhile, Emperor Mingyuan also sent the generals E Qing (娥清), Lü Dafei (閭大肥), Pu Ji (普幾), and Yizhan Jian (乙旃建) east, capturing several commanderies in modern western Shandong. However, while other cities in Song's Qing Province (青州, modern central and eastern Shandong) fell as well, the Northern Wei forces were unable to capture the capital of Qing Province, Dongyang (東陽, in modern Qingzhou, Shandong), and were eventually forced to withdraw after food supplies ran out and a large number of soldiers grew ill. Northern Wei forces also stalled in their siege of Hulao, defended by the capable Liu Song general Mao Dezu (毛德祖), but were meanwhile able to capture Luoyang and Xuchang (許昌, in modern Xuchang, Henan) in spring 423, cutting off the path of any Liu Song relief force for Hulao. In summer 423, Hulao fell. The campaign then ceased, with Northern Wei now in control of much of modern Henan and western Shandong.


Orono, Maine

Orono , University College Dublin, and the University of Venice. He has degrees in architecture and town planning from University College Dublin. He lectured in urban planning at the Dublin Institute of Technology, Bolton Street. '''Alfond Arena''' is a 5,124-seat multi-purpose arena in Orono, Maine, USA. The arena opened in 1977. It is home to the University of Maine Black Bears (Maine Black Bears) ice hockey and basketball teams. It is recognizable for its distinctive hyperbolic parabloid architecture. The multi-angular roof design can also be found at Pavilion (The Pavilion) at Villanova University, the Brown University Smith Swim Center and the Flynn Recreation Complex at Boston College. It was expanded from its original capacity of 3,800 in 1992 in order to accommodate more spectators and bring the basketball team back from its temporary home at the Bangor Auditorium. More skyboxes have been added since then, so the arena's capacity has been reduced. A new Daktronics ProStar scoreboard was installed during the summer of 2008. It is named for Harold Alfond, a longtime Maine booster, whose name also adorns Alfond Stadium (Alfond Stadium (University of Maine)), the school's main outdoor stadium. On November 13, 1961, WCBB-TV signed on from Lewiston (Lewiston, Maine) as the first Educational television station in Maine. It was a combined venture of Colby College, Bates College, and Bowdoin College. Looking back. (Lewiston) ''Sun-Journal'', 2006-09-13 Two years later, WMEB-TV signed on from UMaine's campus in Orono (Orono, Maine), near Bangor (Bangor, Maine). 1963 in History Over the next decade, UMaine signed on three other stations across the state, as well as several translators. These stations formed the original MPBN network. One of these stations was WMEA-TV in Biddeford (Biddeford, Maine), near Portland; however, it was (and still is) practically unviewable over the air in Portland itself and points north. WMEA was the flagship station for the now-defunct Maine Public Television Plus, a secondary PBS service launched in the mid-1990s. UMaine brought public radio to the state in 1970, when WMEH signed on from Bangor. Five other stations signed on over the next decade. '''WMEB-TV''' (flagship) Orono (Orono, Maine) (Bangor (Bangor, Maine)) 9 (VHF (very high frequency)) '''Cindy Lee Blodgett''' (born December 23, 1975 in Clinton (Clinton, Maine), Maine) is a former collegiate and professional basketball player. She was also the head coach at University of Maine, located in Orono, Maine from 2007 to 2011. Cindy attended Lawrence High School (Lawrence High School (Maine)) in Fairfield (Fairfield, Maine), where she was an all-star basketball player. She led the Bulldogs to a four-year career record of 84-4. Throughout that four year period they won four state class A championships. Her tremendous accolades have made her a hero across the state of Maine. June 22, 1925) was a United States Senator from North Dakota. Born in Starks, Maine, he attended the public schools and Somerset Academy (Athens, Maine) and graduated from the University of Maine at Orono (Orono, Maine) in 1884. He was a chemist of the New York State Experiment Station in Geneva, New York from 1884 to 1890 and dean of the school of chemistry and pharmacy and professor of chemistry at the North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo, North Dakota. He was chief chemist of the North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station from 1890 to 1916 and editor of the ''North Dakota Farmer'' at Lisbon (Lisbon, North Dakota) from 1899 to 1904. He was administrator of the State's pure-food laws, for which he actively crusaded from 1902 to 1921; he was also president of the North Dakota Agricultural College from 1916 to 1921.


Stirling, Alberta

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