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Stockholm

of 1905 he left Trinity College, his mother assigned him a bed-sitting room at 69 Lancaster Gate. After the family moved to 67 Belsize Gardens in Hampstead and later to another house in the same street, he was assigned other bed-sitters. But, as he was about to turn 30, family life started irritating him, and he took to traveling to the country more often, supporting himself by writing reviews and critical articles for ''The Spectator'' and other periodicals. About 1910-11 he spent some time at Saltsjöbaden, near Stockholm in Sweden. In this period he also lived for a while in a cottage on Dartmoor and about 1911-12 spent a whole winter at East Ilsley on the Berkshire Downs. During this time he decided to grow a beard, which would become his most characteristic feature. On 9 May 1911, he wrote to his mother: "The chief news is that I have grown a beard! Its colour is very much admired, and it is generally considered extremely effective, though some ill-bred persons have been observed to laugh. It is a red-brown of the most approved tint, and makes me look like a French decadent poet—or something equally distinguished." The Letters of Lytton Strachey (ed. Paul Levy, 2005) (ISBN 0-670-89112-6) * Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


Cairo

in 2003. predecessor Jeep Cherokee (Jeep Cherokee (XJ)) assembly Iran, Pars Khodro Toledo, Ohio, United States Cairo, Egypt (Arab American Vehicles) Valencia, Carabobo, Venezuela related Based in Cairo, he was noted for his critical articles


Syria

with a series of critical articles on Latin American and European writers, ''Trabajos'' (2006). Category:WikiProject Palestine * ... that '''Palestine''' was thus named as a Roman (Roman empire) retaliation towards Jewish rebellion (Jewish–Roman wars)? It was previously known as Judea, although the coastal region was also called the land of Palestine as in the book of Joel 3:4. Prior to colonization by the Jews, it was known as the land of Canaan


India

poetry journals, and writing critical articles on modern literature, arts and culture. By the mid-seventies, he had aligned himself broadly with the political left in Kerala , and was close to the New Left movement and active in its cultural wing, Janakeeya Samskarikavedi (The Forum for People’s Culture). He was also associated with other liberal political and secular forums like Desabhimani Study Circle and Kerala Sasthra Sahitya Parishad, an organisation


Canada

University where he obtained a PhD in sociology in 1976. During this time, he has published literary works, journalistic and critical articles, and has worked as a translator and editor. From 1977 to 1978, he taught at Queen's University in Canada, then in 1985 at the New School for Social Research of New York and at Cleveland State University in 1989. This is a list of Chinatowns located in Canada and the United States. Most of the Chinese


United States

companies claim that they never had sold information to non financial services companies. Some critics of financial institutions agreed with this analysis but continued to press for the legislation because they believed that the financial services integrated business model was fundamentally wrong; however the vast majority of critical articles focused on the issue of selling information to outside telemarketers. Activities During its lifetime, the company produced a number of programs


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