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Serbia and Montenegro

system until 2007: MM 12-34, MM 123-45 or MM 123-456 (MM being two letter abbreviation of municipality (Serbia_and_Montenegro#Administrative_divisions)), and having state flag (of former FR Yugoslavia, later Serbia and Montenegro) between municipality and numbers. Montenegro left that system in 2007, and introduced new format: MM AB 123, with coat of arms (Coat of arms of Montenegro) in circular shape between municipality and letter sequence. Blue strip with MNE country code is placed

in the left side, with vacant place for EU stars, in case of joining the Union. Serbia also uses new system with blue strip country code SRB: MM 123-AB and MM 1234-AB, with coat of arms (Coat of arms of Serbia) between municipality and number sequence. The following system is used for taxi vehicles: BG 123 TX or BG 1234 TX, where a TX combination is reserved for this purpose only. The State Union of Serbia and Montenegro was itself unstable, and finally broke up during 2006 to 2008


Montenegro

) between municipality and numbers. Montenegro left that system in 2007, and introduced new format: MM AB 123, with coat of arms (Coat of arms of Montenegro) in circular shape between municipality and letter sequence. Blue strip with MNE country code is placed in the left side, with vacant place for EU stars, in case of joining the Union. Serbia also uses new system with blue strip country code SRB: MM 123-AB and MM 1234-AB, with coat of arms (Coat of arms of Serbia) between municipality

Milutin Zmajević. After Andrija's birth in 1628, soon came Andrija's brothers, Ivan and Krsto. Krsto would become a very famous person, on more than one occasion the Captain of Perast. Andrija remained very akin towards his family origin throughout his life. thumb Previous design. (File:BA-854-45.jpg) Present '''Montenegrin (Montenegro) car plates''' have black characters on a rectangular white background, with blue strip on the left. The plates follow the 520 mm x 110 mm format, except for motorcycles. The present licence plates format was introduced on 6 June 2008, and replaced the old format (format of Yugoslav licence plates (Vehicle registration plates of Yugoslavia)) gradually over the following year. The new format is on par with common EU format (European vehicle registration plates). thumb License plate for small motorcycles (File:License plate for small Motorcycles from Montenegro.jpg) These are the Montenegrin (Montenegro) car license plate codes by municipality (Subdivisions of Montenegro) and in alphabetical order Infos on www.worldlicenseplates.com : In December 2010, Iain Gray sparked a diplomatic row when he appeared to claim in parliament that Montenegro had been involved in ethnic cleansing and war crimes during the 1990s Balkans Conflict (Yugoslav Wars). http: www.scotsman.com news iain_gray_urged_to_say_sorry_after_ethnic_cleansing_gaffe_sparks_diplomatic_row_1_1523919 # Dogbreathcanada (User:Dogbreathcanada) 00:42, 20 February 2006 (UTC) # Cr (Montenegro) na (User:CrnaGora) t (User talk:CrnaGora) e (User:CrnaGora Esperanza) c (Special:Contributions CrnaGora) Go (User talk:CrnaGora) ra (Special:Contributions CrnaGora) 04:54, 23 March 2006 (UTC) # maclean 25 (User:Maclean25) 20:01, 31 March 2006 (UTC) An '''independence referendum''' was held in Montenegro on 21 May 2006. Nohlen, D (Dieter Nohlen) & Stöver, P (2010) ''Elections in Europe: A data handbook'', p1372 ISBN 9783832956097 It was approved by 55.5% of voters, narrowly passing the 55% threshold. By 23 May, preliminary referendum results were recognized by all five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, indicating widespread international recognition of Montenegro once independence would be formally declared. On 31 May the referendum commission officially confirmed the results of the referendum, verifying that 55.5% of the population of Montenegrin voters had voted in favor of independence. WikiPedia:Montenegro Dmoz:Regional Europe Montenegro


Luxembourg

. Since 2000 Spain no longer uses province codes on plates but codes like 'B' for Barcelona or 'M' for Madrid can still be seen, for cars registered before that date. * Italy (Vehicle registration plates of Italy), since 1999, has added a blue strip on either side. On the right one are the two digits of the year when the plate was issued (e.g. "99", "05", "08") and below that there may be an optional two-letter code for the province, such as "MO"


Bosnia and Herzegovina

, Hungary, Latvia, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden and Bosnia and Herzegovina use plates that do not denote location. Since 2000 Spain no longer uses province codes on plates but codes like 'B' for Barcelona or 'M' for Madrid can still be seen, for cars registered before that date. * Italy (Vehicle registration plates of Italy), since 1999, has added a blue strip on either side. On the right one are the two digits of the year when the plate


Bulgaria

. The countries from which the most international students come are Turkey, China, Bulgaria, Germany, and India. Bulgaria chose not to have the Pan-Slavic colours in its flag (Flag of Bulgaria), instead having a flag very similar to that of Russia but with the central blue strip replaced by a green one. Southern Dobruja was part of the autonomous Bulgarian principality from the time of the liberation of Bulgaria from Ottoman (Ottoman empire) rule in 1878 until the Balkan Wars. After the defeat of Bulgaria in the Second Balkan War, the region was included in Romania under the 1913 Treaty of Bucharest (Treaty of Bucharest, 1913). '''SBB''' (first known as ''Silesian Blues Band'', later as ''Szukaj, Burz, Buduj'' – Polish (Polish language) for "Search, Break up, Build") is a Polish (Poland) progressive rock band formed in 1971 in Siemianowice (Siemianowice Śląskie), Upper Silesia by multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Józef Skrzek. It was one of the most popular super-groups in Poland in the seventies (1970s); they also toured Czechoslovakia, East (East Germany) and West Germany, Bulgaria, Sweden, Denmark and United States. The band split up in 1980 but was briefly re-activated in 1991, 1993, 1998 and finally in 2000. '''Dobrich''' (


Turkey

of arms of Montenegro coat of arms in circular shape between municipality and letter sequence. Blue strip with MNE country code is placed in the left side, with vacant place for EU stars, in case of joining the Union. Serbia also uses new system with blue strip country code SRB: MM 123-AB and MM 1234-AB, with coat of arms (Coat of arms of Serbia) between municipality and number sequence. The following system is used for taxi vehicles: BG 123 TX or BG 1234 TX, where a TX combination


Liverpool

that, but it does seem a little redundant... --Yggdrasil (User:Yggdrasil) 04:07, 12 October 2005 (UTC) *'''Delete''' as unverifiable nonsense, probably some sort of soccer-related hoax. Note to those in non-footbally nations, Liverpool has two rival major football teams, and Everton are the ones who wear a blue strip. Tonywalton (User:Tonywalton)   Talk (User talk:Tonywalton) 23:10, 11 October 2005 (UTC) *'''Delete''' as hoax. The last sentence


Switzerland

code plate or sticker for traveling between member states. The non-EU states of Switzerland, Norway and Turkey also recognise the blue strip instead of the traditional white oval with the country code in black. Dassin studied at the International School of Geneva and the Institut Le Rosey in Switzerland, and graduated in Grenoble. Dassin moved back to the United States where he earned a doctorate in ethnology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The '''Swiss Psalm''' ( commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


Portugal

, for cars registered before that date. * Italy (Vehicle registration plates of Italy), since 1999, has added a blue strip on either side. On the right one are the two digits of the year when the plate was issued (e.g. "99", "05", "08") and below that there may be an optional two-letter code for the province, such as "MO" for the Province of Modena. Albania (Vehicle registration plates of Albania) and France (Vehicle registration plates of France) have


Mexico

background and that it must not form part of the vehicle's registration number. In practice, the requirement to display the white oval is mutually waived between some countries, for example between many European countries (where the white oval may be substituted by a blue strip on the vehicle registration plate) and between Canada, the United States and Mexico (where the province or state of registration is usually embossed or surface-printed on the vehicle registration plate). * The vehicle must meet all technical requirements to be legal for road use in the country of registration. Any conflicting technical requirements (e.g. right-hand-drive or left-hand-drive) in the signatory country where the vehicle is being driven do not apply. By far the most impressive aspect of the museum, however, is the Field of Legends. Separated from the visitor at the entrance by chicken wire, it is accessible only at the end of the tour. One can walk onto a field adorned by nearly life-sized bronze statues of twelve figures from Negro league history. Crouching behind the plate is Gibson, one of the most prolific hitters in baseball history, a man who allegedly hit over 80 home runs in one season. At first base is another Baseball Hall of Famer, Buck Leonard, a teammate of Gibson's with the Homestead Grays. At second base is Pop Lloyd, Judy Johnson monitors shortstop, while Ray Dandridge holds down third base. In the outfield are Cool Papa Bell, Oscar Charleston, and Leon Day. On the mound is perhaps the most famous Negro leaguer of all time, Satchel Paige, who became a rookie in the Major Leagues at age 42 in 1948. At the plate is Martín Dihigo, the only man to be inducted into the Halls of Fame in three countries: Mexico, Cuba, and the United States. Other statues commemorate Rube Foster, the founder of the Negro National League (Negro National League (the first)), and Buck O'Neil, a former Kansas City Monarch (Kansas City Monarchs) and a member of the board of the Museum until his October 6, 2006 death. During Napoleon III's intervention in Mexico (French intervention in Mexico), Galliffet displayed great gallantry as a captain at the siege and storming of Puebla (Battle of Puebla), in Mexico, in 1863, when he was severely wounded. When he returned to France to recover from his wounds he was entrusted with the task of presenting the captured standards and colors to the emperor, and was promoted ''chef d'escadrons''. He went again to Algeria in 1864, took part in expeditions against the Arabs, returned to Mexico as lieutenant-colonel, and, after winning further distinction, became in 1867 colonel of the 3rd ''Chasseurs d'Afrique''. The sport is also referred ''toccer'' and is interchangbly referred to by players as "tennis polo" or "toccer" at different times. There are players in 18 countries including Canada, Mexico, United States, Italy and France. The '''Santa Cruz River''' is a river in southern Arizona, United States, and northern Sonora, Mexico. It is approximately


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