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Quetta

pollution that in some cities—such as Karachi, Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta, Faisalabad and Rawalpindi—has exceeded levels deemed safe by the World Health Organization. And Pakistan is suffering a lot from droughts from the dry climates. His brother was killed when Sarkhosh was in his twenties, and his family fled, first to Peshawar and finally to Quetta, Pakistan. Sarkhosh revived his skills by singing and composing songs inspired by a sense of nationalism and suffering in exile. He didn't sing for commercial gain, but out of nostalgia and to convey the feelings about refugee life as experienced by refugees of Afghanistan dispersed throughout the world. They went to his concerts in their thousands, marking Sarkhosh's rise as a singer. It was in Quetta that he mastered the harmonium under the Pakistani composer Arbab Ali Khan. '''Quetta International Airport''' WikiPedia:Quetta Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan Provinces Balochistan Localities Quetta


Peshawar

of the Afghan amir Abdur Rahman Khan. Kitab-e Tadakkor-e Enqilab, Translation: Shkirando as "Kniga Upominanii o Myatezhe" Moscow, 1988. p. 13 His brother was killed when Sarkhosh was in his twenties, and his family fled, first to Peshawar and finally to Quetta, Pakistan. Sarkhosh revived his skills by singing and composing songs inspired by a sense of nationalism and suffering in exile. He didn't sing for commercial gain, but out of nostalgia and to convey the feelings about refugee life as experienced by refugees of Afghanistan dispersed throughout the world. They went to his concerts in their thousands, marking Sarkhosh's rise as a singer. It was in Quetta that he mastered the harmonium under the Pakistani composer Arbab Ali Khan. commons:Peshawar


Tbilisi

), formerly known as '''Erivan''' (or '''Erivanskaya''')''' or '''Pashkevich-Erivanskaya''' Rydel, Christine. The Ardis anthology of Russian romanticism. Ardish Publishers, 1984. page 335 Square''' or (Georgian (Georgian language): ერევანსკი მოედანი, ''Erevansk'i moedani'', Russian (Russian language): Эриванская площадь, ''Erivanskaya ploshchad'') under Imperial Russia and '''Lenin Square''' under the Soviet Union, is located in the center of Tbilisi at the eastern end of Rustaveli Avenue. When the German (Nazi Germany) forces invaded the Soviet state (Operation Barbarossa) in June 1941, José Díaz was forced to take refuge in Pushkin (Pushkin (town)). In autumn, he settled in Tbilisi (Georgian SSR) but his ailment and the immense pain it caused him made him take his own life that spring. The circumstances of his death have been disputed ever since, with many believing that he had actually been murdered on the Stalin's orders. Notably, the stance Díaz had taken in 1939, when he asked for the PCE to be given full control over the Republican government, went clearly (albeit perhaps unwittingly) against the Stalinist strategy. Beginning in the 1020s


Puerto Rico

more of a drummer - but after that day, we kept in touch, and we sort of clicked as writers." The two began writing and composing songs in his father's store basement, during Carey's senior year. After composing their first song together, "Here We Go Round Again", which Carey described as having a Motown-vibe, they continued writing material for a full length demo. After


Romania

Gustafsson''' (born 25 February 1968) is a Swedish (Sweden) composer and musician from Skövde, Västergötland, Sweden, north-east of Göteborg. However, he is much more known nationally and internationally simply as '''Thomas G:son''', his artistic name. Since 1998, Thomas has worked full time as a songwriter for the company G:songs. In addition to writing and composing songs for a living, he plays the guitar in a hard rock band. Thomas G:son is mostly known for the 58 songs he has written for national finals of eight different countries for the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC): 32 for Sweden, eleven for Spain, six for Norway, four for Finland, three for Denmark, two for Poland, one for Latvia, one for Romania and one for Belgium. He has also reached the Eurovision Song Contest seven times, three times for Sweden, twice for Spain, once for Norway, and once for Denmark. 14.5×114mm ammunition has been manufactured in Bulgaria, China, Egypt, Hungary, Iraq, North Korea, Poland, Romania, Russia, and the former Czechoslovakia. Many of the songs are based on historic figures or events, like "Maid of Orleans", "Bells of Notre Dame", and "Quest for the Eternal Fame", among others. This album was edited in Japan, Brazil, Korea, South America, Russia, Thailand, Romania and Taiwan, and was distributed all over the world. '''Ilarie Voronca''' (pen name of '''Eduard Marcus'''; December 31, 1903, Brăila—April 8, 1946, Paris) was a Romanian-French (France) avant-garde poet and essayist. Frutarom was established by Yehuda Araten and Maurice Gerzon, two industrialists from Holland in 1933. They chose to build their first plant in an almost desert-like area between Haifa and Acco (Acre, Israel) in Israel, making Frutarom one of Israel’s (Israel) earliest industrial enterprises. In 1952, Frutarom became a subsidiary of the newly established Electrochemical Industries (Frutarom) Ltd (EIF). By 1973 ICC (ICC Industries Inc.), owned by Dr. John J. Farber, became the controlling party of EIF and Frutarom. Since the 1990s, Frutarom has expanded by establishing itself overseas beginning with the acquisition of a small US company in 1990. Frutarom now has subsidiaries in Israel, the USA, the UK, Switzerland, Russia, Turkey, China, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Brazil, plus marketing offices in France, Romania, India, and Hong Kong. He was recalled as Prime Minister in 1918 specifically to attempt to negotiate an Armistice with the Allies (Allies of World War I) as he had a reputation for moderation and consensus building. After these attempts failed Malinov vowed to fight on, although when a new investment of German money did not materialise he was forced to look for peace. Although Malinov had been appointed as he was seen by both the Tsar and Germany as a trustworthy hand, his position was severely weakened by the fact that the army had lost all interest in the war. S.G. Evans, ''A Short History of Bulgaria'', London, Lawrence and Wishart, 1960, p. 158 He oversaw Bulgarian surrender but resigned on 28 November 1918 after Romania occupied the Dobruja region. '''Saşa Pană''' (pen name of '''Alexandru Binder'''; 8 August 1902—22 August 1981) was a Romanian avant-garde poet, novelist, and short story writer. After a long wait in Odessa for a boat to take him back to France, "Pierre Celle" finally arrived in Paris on 7 August 1945 after a train journey through Europe, via Romania, Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium. Again, Seel found himself requisitioned for an administrative task, in this case, the ticking of the long lists of other refugees being sent home. Thirty-one years after its debut, Greece won for the first time in 2005 with Elena Paparizou singing "My Number One", which tied for the record for the most number of ''twelve points'' allocated to a song (ten in total) along with Katrina and the Waves' 1997 (Eurovision Song Contest 1997) "Love Shine A Light". The song also made Greece the first country not a member of Big Four to win the contest without going through a semifinal. After Eurovision, the song topped the charts in Greece, Cyprus and Sweden, and entered the top ten in Romania, The Netherlands, Hungary, Belgium and even the U.S. ''Billboard (Billboard (magazine))'' Hot Dance Club Play Chart. In 2005, Eurovision held a commemorative program, Congratulations (Congratulations (Eurovision)), to celebrate 50 years of the contest, in which "My Number One" came fourth in a vote for the show's most popular entry, behind "Hold Me Now (Hold Me Now (Johnny Logan song))" (1987), "Nel blu dipinto di blu" (1958) and ABBA's "Waterloo (Waterloo (ABBA song))" (1974). '''Create IT''' is a software company based in Bucharest, Romania, founded in 2005.


Pakistan

and finally to Quetta, Pakistan. Sarkhosh revived his skills by singing and composing songs inspired by a sense of nationalism and suffering in exile. He didn't sing for commercial gain, but out of nostalgia and to convey the feelings about refugee life as experienced by refugees of Afghanistan dispersed throughout the world. They went to his concerts in their thousands, marking Sarkhosh's rise as a singer. It was in Quetta that he mastered the harmonium under the Pakistani composer Arbab Ali Khan. Commons:Category:Pakistan WikiPedia:Pakistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan


Boston

;Frank, Ganz, 2005. p. 3 death_date Soon after returning to Massachusetts, Thompson dropped out of college, and moved to Boston with Santiago. He spent 1985 working in a warehouse, "managing buttons on teddy bears", composing songs on his acoustic guitar, and writing lyrics on the subway (Subway (rail)) train. In January 1986, Thompson formed the Pixies with Santiago. Bassist Kim Deal


Poland

and internationally simply as '''Thomas G:son''', his artistic name. Since 1998, Thomas has worked full time as a songwriter for the company G:songs. In addition to writing and composing songs for a living, he plays the guitar in a hard rock band. Thomas G:son is mostly known for the 58 songs he has written for national finals of eight different countries for the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC): 32 for Sweden, eleven for Spain, six for Norway, four for Finland, three for Denmark, two for Poland, one for Latvia, one for Romania and one for Belgium. He has also reached the Eurovision Song Contest seven times, three times for Sweden, twice for Spain, once for Norway, and once for Denmark. The '''Optical Gravitational Lensing Experiment''' or ''OGLE'' is a Polish (Poland) astronomical (astronomy) project based at the University of Warsaw that is chiefly concerned with discovering dark matter using the microlensing technique. Since the project began in 1992, it has discovered several extrasolar planets as a side benefit. The project is led by Professor Andrzej Udalski, who is a co-author of the discovery of OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb. 14.5×114mm ammunition has been manufactured in Bulgaria, China, Egypt, Hungary, Iraq, North Korea, Poland, Romania, Russia, and the former Czechoslovakia. Rounds are also produced by Bulgaria, China, Egypt, Poland, and Romania. Returning home (because of the family coal legacy, and a colliery (Coal mining) in Normantown (Normanton, West Yorkshire), she did not need to seek work), she began writing and running plays - the entire family enjoyed theatrical productions, and it was a life-long interest of Katharine's - while she studied folklore and 17th century English history (Early Modern Britain). She gained her PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) with a thesis on Folklore in seventeenth century literature (''Folklore in Jacobean Literature'') after the Second World War (World War II); during the war, she had been busy teaching in a Polish (Poland) refuge school and working for the medical branch of the WAAF (Women's Auxiliary Air Force). After her first book on British fairies, ''The Personnel of Fairyland'', Briggs went on to write many other books on folklore, including the 4-volume ''A Dictionary of British Folktales in the English Language'' (published in 1971), ''The Anatomy of Puck'' and its sequel, ''Pale Hecate's Team'' (1962), ''An Encyclopedia of Fairies'' (1976), and various other books on fairies and folklore; a number were children's books (Children's literature) like ''The Legend of Maiden-Hair'' (her first published book) or ''Hobberdy Dick'', and ''Kate Crackernuts''. She was awarded the Doctorate in Literature in 1969. She lived the latter part of her life at Barn House in Burford, along with her sisters and her many cats, while working for the Folklore Society, which named an award in her honour. WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland


Norway

, Thomas has worked full time as a songwriter for the company G:songs. In addition to writing and composing songs for a living, he plays the guitar in a hard rock band. Thomas G:son is mostly known for the 58 songs he has written for national finals of eight different countries for the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC): 32 for Sweden, eleven for Spain, six for Norway, four for Finland, three for Denmark, two for Poland, one for Latvia, one for Romania and one for Belgium. He has also reached the Eurovision Song Contest seven times, three times for Sweden, twice for Spain, once for Norway, and once for Denmark. Eurovision Song Contest 2007 In 2007, Thomas G:son experienced the peculiar situation of having two of his songs compete in Helsinki, neither of them being for his home country. Instead, the Norwegian (Norway), nationally famous musical (musical theatre) artist Guri Schanke performed his fiery Latino song "Ven a bailar conmigo", ( Commons:Category:Norway Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Wikipedia:Norway


Canada

in Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Ontario, the company produces French language stage productions from this city for its community, for Ontario, for Canada and overseas too. In 1970, he worked with the theatre group at Laurentian University, composing songs for the franco-ontarian stage musical (musical theater) ''Moé, j'viens du nord, 'stie!''. The troupe eventually evolved into the city's Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario. He released his first album as a solo musical artist in 1974


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