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Gorman, California

it.” Aviator Charles Lindbergh established a camp in 1930 on the northeast side of the Gorman Hills, where he tested and flew a folded-wing glider (Glider (sailplane)) called the Albatross. Interstate 5 replaced U.S. Route 99 through Gorman and over Tejon Pass in 1964. thumb " Christo and Jeanne-Claude#The Umbrellas, Japan–USA, 1984–91 The Umbrellas (File:Umbrella Project1991 10 27.jpg)" by Christo and Jeanne-Claude (blue

version in Japan). ;The Umbrellas "The Umbrellas (Christo and Jeanne-Claude#The Umbrellas, Japan–USA, 1984–91)," a site specific (site specific art) art installation (installation art) by Christo and Jeanne-Claude, surrounded Gorman and Tejon Pass in late September and early October of 1991. It was created with 1,760 large yellow umbrellas, placed from the roadsides to the mountainsides. A simultaneous installation of blue umbrellas was created in Japan. Thousands of visitors


Oman

wear a blue version of the same design; Palestinian (Palestinian National Authority) police also use a blue chocolate-chip patterned uniform. The South African "Soldier 2000" pattern is similar to the U.S. design. A copy of the pattern, using tan, medium brown, bottle-green and greyish green (Gray-green), in addition to the black-on-white pebbles, is used in Kazakhstan. * ''' WikiPedia:Oman Dmoz:Regional Middle East Oman Commons:Category:Oman


Southampton

through Dorchester West on its return from Weymouth to Bath 14 August 2011 TVS Logo, used 1989-1992 – another lighter blue version was used 1987-1989 based Northam (Northam, Southampton), Southampton and Vinters Park (The Maidstone Studios), Maidstone area South (Southern England) and South East England In 2010, the chain was the focus of an episode of the Channel 4 television series ''Undercover Boss''. The CEO of the company, Marija Simovic, posed


Hamilton, Ontario

-1996 logo, with a third jersey having an alternate throwback arrangement that pays homage to the American Hockey League's Buffalo Bisons (Buffalo Bisons (AHL)), complete with the team's 40th Anniversary insignia (basically the original royal blue version of the current logo with the year "1970" inside). Sabres jerseys now leaked. icethetics.info (2010-09-07). Retrieved 2010-09-09. <


Sri Lanka

- 1st Voyage 1405–1407 Champa, Java, Palembang, Malacca, Aru (Deli Serdang Regency) (id:Aru (:id:Kerajaan Aru)), Samudera (Pasai), Lambri, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), Kollam, Cochin (Kochi (India)), Calicut (History of Kozhikode) - * On December 26, 2003, the massive 2003 Bam earthquake devastates southeastern Iran; over 40,000 people are reported killed in the city of Bam (Bam, Iran). * On December 26, 2004, one of the worst natural disasters in recorded history hits Southeast Asia, when the strongest earthquake in 40 years (2004 Indian Ocean earthquake) hits the entire Indian Ocean region. The massive 9.3 magnitude earthquake, epicentered just off the west coast of the Indonesian island of Sumatra, generates enormous tsunami waves that crash into the coastal areas of a number of nations including Thailand, India, Sri Lanka, the Maldives, Malaysia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, and Indonesia. The official death toll from the Boxing Day Tsunami in the affected countries stands at approximately 230,000 people dead or still missing. * On October


Saudi Arabia

numbers since 1993, a variant with brown replacing the black in the U.S. design; this Korean design has also been tested in the United Arab Emirates. The National Guard of Oman wear a pattern mixing chocolate-chip with 'amoeba', while the National Guards of both Saudi Arabia and Kuwait use a grey variation on the chocolate-chip design. The Saudis also use a grey, black, and white 'urban' variation and the police wear a blue version of the same design; Palestinian (Palestinian National Authority) police also use a blue chocolate-chip patterned uniform. The South African "Soldier 2000" pattern is similar to the U.S. design. A copy of the pattern, using tan, medium brown, bottle-green and greyish green (Gray-green), in addition to the black-on-white pebbles, is used in Kazakhstan. '''Yanbu' al Bahr''' (


New Zealand

in the UK. * "Too Close (Too Close#Blue version)" — The second single, released in August 2001. The song is a cover version of U.S. R&B group Next (Next (band))'s number one hit. The single peaked at #1 on the UK Singles Chart, #5 on the Australian Top 40, #1 in New Zealand and #17 in Ireland. The song has received a Gold sales status certification for sales of over 500,000 copies in the UK. * "Fly By II" — The fourth and final single, released

' video of Shania at the beach alone. The video released a 'blue' version internationally as well. The video won the Female Video of the Year Award at the 2004 CMT Flameworthy Awards, and was nominated for Video of the Year at the 2003 Canadian Country Music Awards, but lost to another song by Twain, "I'm Gonna Getcha Good!". The video is available on select singles and the DVD-Audio version of ''Up!''. Toyah He has also worked with the singer and television presenter Toyah Willcox, designing her armour-like stage costumes and, in 2005, making a documentary film for BBC2, comparing New Zealand's successful exploitation of its movie-related J. R. R. Tolkien associations, with that of J.R.R.'s (and Toyah's) home town, Birmingham. In February 2006, leaders from the New Zealand Catholic Bishops' Conference, the Council of Christians and Muslims, and other religious groups together lobbied media conglomerate CanWest (CanWest Global Communications) to stop a planned airing of the episode in New Zealand on the music channel C4 (C4 (New Zealand)). The network rejected the plea and said the episode would air as planned. Wikipedia:New Zealand Commons:Category:New Zealand Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand


Italy

spawned the singles "Curtain Falls", which peaked at #4, "Get Down on It (Get Down on It#Blue version)", which peaked at #3, and "Only Words I Know", which peaked at #2 in France and Italy. The album peaked at #2 on the UK Albums Chart and was awarded a double platinum certification. These wartime roles would be eclipsed, however, when the men and women of Mount Sinai's 3rd General Hospital set sail for Casablanca, eventually setting up a 1,000 bed


France

by "Sunday Driver" (MCA-40317). ''Best of Blue'' (2004–2005) The band made the decision to split in 2004 after Elton John publicly suggested that their popularity was decreasing and that they should concentrate on making solo careers. As such, ''Best of Blue'', a greatest hits compilation, was released in November 2004. The album spawned the singles "Curtain Falls", which peaked at #4, "Get Down on It (Get Down on It#Blue version)", which peaked


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