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Ambon, Maluku

the Garuda Brigade in suppressing a rebellion of largely Ambonese (Ambon, Maluku) colonial-trained supporters of the Dutch-established State of East Indonesia and its federal entity the United States of Indonesia. During his year in Makassar, Suharto became acquainted with his neighbours the Habibie family

, whose eldest son BJ Habibie (Jusuf Habibie) would later become Suharto's vice-president and went on to succeed him as President. In 1951, Suharto led his troops in a blocking campaign against the Islamic-inspired rebellion of Battalion 426 in Central Java before it was broken by the 'Banteng (Wild Buffalo) Raiders' led by Ahmad Yani.


Delano, California

Nazarene University . '''Lake Isabella''' (also called '''Isabella Lake''' , often as a means of distinguishing it from the nearby town

first Craig coauthors Lilia Villanueva title The Fight in the Fields: Cesar Chavez and the Farmworkers Movement publisher Harvest HBJ Books year 1998 isbn 0-295-97984-4 page 203 KKDJ's dominance as a rocker was compromised when KMGX changed format from top-40 to rock in 1989. In 1991, KKDJ changed format from album rock to alternative under the nickname "105.9 The Edge". This format lasted until January 1994, and KKDJ once again made a go at competing with KRZR, but that was also short lived. Note: not to be confused with another radio station KKDJ based in Delano (Delano, California) in Kern County, California.


Gulu

last Green first Matthew authorlink Matthew Green (journalist) title The Wizard of the Nile: The Hunt for Africa's Most Wanted publisher Portobello Books year 2008 isbn 9781846270314 pages 215 He is a member of the Acholi people.

publisher Portobello Books year 2008 isbn 9781846270314 page 121 Kony enjoyed a good relationship with his siblings, but was quick to retaliate in a dispute and when confronted he would often resort to physical violence. His father was a lay catechist (Catechism) of the Catholic Church and his mother


Willimantic, Connecticut

, Connecticut. Milo Junction, now called Derby, was once the second largest railroad car shop and repair facility in New England. Built to service the Bangor and Aroostook Railroad, the facility developed into a company town with a 40-room hotel and stores. There were 72 identical employee houses arranged in four

rows along First and Second Streets. These uniformly-colored structures were sold by the railroad in 1959. Early life, education, and early political career Dodd was born in Willimantic, Connecticut. His parents were Grace Mary Dodd (née Murphy) and U.S. Senator Thomas Joseph Dodd (Thomas J. Dodd); all eight


Gangteng Monastery

the precincts of the Monastery complex References *


Broadview, Saskatchewan

. Broadview was the western terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1882, and later went on to become a major divisional point for the CPR. Broadview was located on the CPR West line between Regina and Winnipeg, Manitoba. The line ran


Chippawa, Ontario

, it carried tourists to the falls and connected with the Niagara, St. Catharines and Toronto Railway, which provided interurban service to St. Catharines, Ontario. With the decline of boat service from Buffalo and establishment of through rail


Kiryat Shmona

it was used as a transit camp for Jewish immigrants and refugees (ma'abarot) who worked mainly in farming. In 1953, it was classified as a development town. The town is named after eight members of nearby Tel Hai who were killed in 1920 during the Arab


Al-Bassa

refugees : essays in memory of Edward W. Said (1935-2003) first1 Nur last1 Masalha authorlink1 Nur Masalha first2 Edward W. last2 Said authorlink2 Edward Said publisher Zed Books year 2005 isbn 978-1-84277-623-0 postscript . *


Igbuzo

in southern Nigeria. Many Igbo people eventually took government positions, although many were engaged in private business and constituted and still constitute the bulk of Nigerian informal economy.


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