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Honiara

-56ysUC&pg PA692 accessdate 22 September 2012 publisher Walter de Gruyter isbn 978-3-11-017532-5 ref harv * *


Morelia

a liberal and an obedient follower of the republican (Republicanism) priest and politician Miguel Ramos Arizpe.


Marrakesh

The Rough Guide to Morocco url http: books.google.com books?id L2JMpcsjRJoC&pg PT425 year 2013 publisher Rough Guides isbn 978-1-4093-3267-1 ref harv * by joint Spanish and French forces, did the territory finally become subdued. Another uprising in 1956 - 1958 (Ifni War), initiated by the Moroccan Army of Liberation, led to heavy fighting, but eventually the Spanish forces regained control, again with French aid. However, unrest simmered, and in 1967 the Harakat Tahrir arose to challenge Spanish rule peacefully. After the events of the Zemla Intifada in 1970, when Spanish police destroyed the organization and "disappeared (forced disappearance)" its founder, Muhammad Bassiri, Sahrawi nationalism again took a militant turn. Opponents of this viewpoint, including some Mizrahi Jews themselves, see this as one-sided at best. They point to the persecutions of the Jews of North Africa in the 12th century under the Almohades, the slaughter of thousands of Jews in Fez (Fez, Morocco) in 1465 (after the Jewish deputy vizier Harun (Aaron), who had imposed heavy taxes on the population on behalf of the vizier, was accused of treating a Muslim woman "offensively"), and to similar massacres in Libya , Algiers, and Marrakesh in the 18th and 19th centuries (Morris, 2001). They also point to waves of synagogue destructions and forced conversions throughout the Arab world from the 11th to 19th centuries, and to the fact that, by the 19th century, most Jews of North Africa were forced to live in ''mellahs'' or ghettos, and were subject to a number of restrictions and humiliations, as they were in Europe.


Eastern Wu

30em Bibliography * was a military general of Eastern Wu during the late Han Dynasty and Three Kingdoms era of Chinese history (History of China). Although an active general with high rank, he was known to desire wealth and treasure, and to dress himself in a gaudy fashion. It was said that he would kill wealthy officials or soldiers in order to confiscate their wealth for his own.


Timbuktu

remote British war graves tended by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. They were not the only war captives in Timbuktu: Peter de Neumann was one of 52 men imprisoned in Timbuktu in 1942 when their ship, the ''SS Criton'', was intercepted by two Vichy French


Kazan

Biography Luria was born in Kazan, a regional center east of Moscow, to Jewish parents. He studied at Kazan State University (graduated in 1921), Kharkiv Medical Institute and 1st Moscow Medical Institute (Moscow Medical Academy) (graduated in 1937). He was appointed Professor (1944), Doctor of Pedagogical (1937) and Medical Sciences (1943). Throughout his career Luria worked in a wide range of scientific fields at such institutions as the Academy of Communist Education (1920-1930s), Experimental Defectological Institute (1920-1930s, 1950-1960s, both in Moscow), Ukrainian Psychoneurological Academy (Kharkiv, early 1930s), All-Union Institute of Experimental Medicine, Burdenko Institute of Neurosurgery (late 1930s), and other institutions. In the late 1930s, Luria went to medical school. Following the war, Luria continued his work in Moscow's Institute of Psychology. For a period of time, he was removed from the Institute of Psychology, mainly as a result of a flare-up of anti-Semitism and shifted to research on mentally retarded children at the Defectological Institute in the 1950s. Additionally, from 1945 on Luria worked at the Moscow State University and was instrumental in the foundation of the Faculty of Psychology (MSU Faculty of Psychology) at the Moscow State University, where he later headed the Departments of Patho- and Neuropsychology. DATE OF BIRTH 16 July 1902 PLACE OF BIRTH Kazan, Russian Empire DATE OF DEATH 14 August 1977 Kazakhstan-Tatarstan relations Akhmetov met with Rustam Minnikhanov, the Prime Minister of the Russian republic of Tatarstan, in Astana, Kazakhstan on 13 October 2006. They discussed creating a joint venture that would build helicopters, Kazakh government investment in petrochemical businesses in Tatarstan, and constructing a highway to western China that would connect St. Petersburg to Moscow, Kazan, Orenburg, Qizilorda, Shymkent, and Korgas in Xinjiang, China. Akhmetov called the proposed highway "the shortest road link between Europe and China." Iskender Muflikhanov, aide to Prime Minister Minnikhanov, said the Tatar government had "great hopes with regard to the shipping, or the assembling in Kazakhstan of KamAZ trucks. Work in under way on this West-South highway project in Kazakhstan and, as a rule, our KamAZ trucks are irreplaceable for projects of that magnitude." Kazakhstan, Tatarstan Discuss Joint Economic Projects RadioFreeEurope RadioLiberty In 1768 he joined the Confederation of Bar, a Polish (Poland) national movement against Russian intervention. He was captured by the Russians, interned in Kazan, and later exiled in Kamchatka (Kamchatka Peninsula). Subsequently, he escaped and returned to Europe via Macau and Madagascar. ; '''1768 (July)''' : He is arrested in Szepesszombat (today Spišská Sobota), a suburb of Poprád (today Poprad) in the house of the German butcher Hönsch (whose daughter will become his wife – see Family), because he had tried to organize a military unit for Confederation of Bar. In the same month he is imprisoned in the Stará Ľubovňa Castle (a part of the pawned territories). ; '''1769 - 1770''' : He joins the Polish Confederation at Bar (Bar, Ukraine) (Konfederacja Barska) to fight together with Kazimierz Pułaski for the independence of Poland from the Russian rule in the Ukraine. He is captured and interned in a camp at Kazan. Taking


Gdańsk

sixcms detail.php?gsid bremen54.c.2259.de title Bremen - Referat 32 Städtepartnerschaften Internationale Beziehungen trans_title Bremen - Unit 32 Twinning International Relations accessdate 2013-08-09 last Frohmader first Andrea work Das Rathaus Bremen Senatskanzlei Bremen City Hall - Senate Chancellery language German archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20110718204253 http: www.rathaus.bremen.de sixcms detail.php?gsid bremen54.c.2259.de archivedate 2011-07-18 *


Haifa

url http: www.europeprize.net en ?page_id 5 title Aalborg Twin Towns publisher Europeprize.net accessdate 19 August 2013 * Bremen in Germany ''(since 1978)''


Reading, Berkshire

of Waleran II, Count of Meulan? journal Medium Aevum volume 57 pages 269–273 year 1988 postscript . Original settlements in Northampton date back to the 6th century. Its modern development


Germany

in the Young Germany movement of the mid-19th century. - align "left" German (Germany) Media Control Albums Chart (Media Control) 16 '''Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen''' or '''Walther''' is a Germany German

river. The city was founded in the 13th century in order to collect a toll from people using the bridge across the Lech River. - style "text-align:left;" German (Germany) Media Control Albums Chart (Media Control)

, its name was "Vesmír bez hraníc" (Universe without borders). - align "left" German (Germany) Media Control Albums Chart (Media Control) 3 The ICLC has affiliates in Canada, France


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