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Boca del Río, Veracruz

include Mexican and Caribbean folk dance and music and art expositions. The Feast of Saint Ann is the main traditional festival of the city, taking place from 24 to 31 July. The days are filled with cultural as well as religious events. The '''Expo Regional Ylang Ylang''' (Ylang Ylang Regional Expo) occurs from the end of May to the beginning of June and showcases the area agricultural, craft, industrial and commercial

production. It also has cockfight (cockfighting)s, rodeos (called palenques) and folkdance such as jaripeos. From the end of May to the beginning of June is held the annual agricultural, crafts, industrial and commercial fair of the city, with cockfights, rodeos and folk dance. Crafts here include seashell jewelry, wooden boxes, key rings and trinkets made with ocean materials such as coral and pebbles. Veracruz’s annual


Puerto Cortés

Pedro Sula becomes popular convention destination of Honduras. It is the capital of the Cortés Department. The city serves as a major transportation hub for the rest of the country, while economically maintaining its base in light industry and the commercial production of coffee, bananas, beef, sugar cane, tobacco, and forestry. According to the The Economist magazine (The Economist (magazine)), San Pedro Sula generates two-thirds of country's Gross domestic product (GDP). ref


Gatchina

*1889: Elihu Thomson of Manchester, England, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland creates a motor-driven Wattmeter. *1889: Mikhail Dolivo-Dobrovolsky of Gatchina, Russian Empire created the first squirrel-cage (squirrel-cage rotor) induction motor. He was at the time working for AEG. * Development and commercial production of gasoline-powered automobiles were


Albany, Oregon

year litigation, ending in favor of William Kroll, though litigation fees of over $1 million ate up the compensation awarded. Slowly the US government and the industry began to recognize the potential of titanium. The US government established a research center in Boulder, Colorado in 1944, and in late 1948, Dupont de Nemours began the commercial production of titanium using the Kroll process. Meanwhile Kroll’s focus had turned to zirconium. He became a consulting metallurgist


Fort McMurray

technology, which amounts to 97% of Canadian oil reserves and 75% of total North American petroleum reserves. The Cold Lake deposits extend across the Alberta's eastern border into Saskatchewan. In addition to the Alberta oil sands, there are major oil sands deposits on Melville Island (Melville Island, Canada) in the Canadian Arctic islands, which are unlikely to see commercial production in the foreseeable future. The largest bitumen deposit, containing about 80% of the Alberta total, and the only one suitable for surface mining, is the Athabasca oil sands along the Athabasca River. The mineable area (as defined by the Alberta government) includes 37 townships (township (Canada)#Western Canada) covering about


Peace River, Alberta

birth_place Peace River, Alberta, CAN (Canada) career_start 1985 DATE OF BIRTH July 31, 1963 PLACE OF BIRTH Peace River, Alberta, CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH


Ashkelon

, Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, and Donna Karan. Gas discoveries In 2000, a modest discovery was made when a 33-billion-cubic-metre (BCM), or 1,200-billion-cubic-foot, natural-gas field was located offshore Ashkelon, with commercial production starting in 2004. As of 2012 however, this field is nearly exhausted—earlier than expected to due increased pumping to compensate for the loss of Egyptian gas in the wake of unrest associated with the fall of the Mubarak regime in 2011. In 2009, a significant gas find named Tamar (Tamar gas field), with proven reserves of 188 BCM or WikiPedia:Ashkelon Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Ashkelon Commons:Category:Ashkelon


Tegucigalpa

: www.internationalspecialreports.com theamericas 00 honduras 17.html San Pedro Sula becomes popular convention destination of Honduras. It is the capital of the Cortés Department. The city serves as a major transportation hub for the rest of the country, while economically maintaining its base in light industry and the commercial production of coffee, bananas, beef, sugar cane, tobacco, and forestry. According to the The Economist magazine (The Economist (magazine)), San Pedro Sula generates two-thirds


Moldova

and winemaking in Moldova were the general occupation of the population. Evidence of this is present in historical memorials and documents, folklore, and the spoken language of Moldova, which is Romanian. The country has a well established wine industry. It has a vineyard area of Wikipedia:Republic of Moldova Commons:Category:Moldova Dmoz:Regional Europe Moldova


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