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Corcoran, California

appeared as a writer and singer on Vonda Shepard's ''Ally McBeal: For Once in My Life'' album, and he sang with Sting (Sting (musician)) a duet of "Every Breath You Take" in an episode of the series. Despite the apparent success, Downey claims that his performance on the series was overrated and that, "It was my lowest point in terms of addictions. At that stage, I didn't give a fuck whether I ever acted again." In January 2001, Downey was scheduled to play the role of ''Hamlet'' in a Los Angeles stage production directed by Mel Gibson. '''State Route 137''' (SR 137) is a state highway in California, USA, running from Corcoran (Corcoran, California) to State Route 65 (State Route 65 (California)) in the San Joaquin Valley.


Red Deer, Alberta

, Alberta, Canada to Britain. It was sunk by the German surface raider SMS ''Möwe'' (SMS Möwe), sending its 75 million year old cargo to the bottom of the North Atlantic, where it rests to this day. Wotherspoon was born in Humboldt (Humboldt, Saskatchewan), Saskatchewan but grew up in Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), Alberta. He first became involved in speedskating after signing up for a power skating class in an effort to improve his ice hockey


French Polynesia

was the only French bishop participating in this ceremony. By this stage in his career, Bishop Gaillot had earned an impressive reputation, both positive and negative. The French journalist Henri Tincq wrote in ''Le Monde'' that " Bishop Gaillot has the merit of saying out loud what many people in authority in the church think down deep." ibid. The removal of his responsibility over a specific geographical diocese permitted Gaillot to be even more daring in his


Cook Islands

and the Ladrone Islands. During the course of this cruise over a vast ocean basin, which Alexander Agassiz (Alexander Emanuel Agassiz) named "Moser Deep" in honor of ''Albatross''' captain, her distinguished passenger made thousands of dredgings, and soundings of the sea yielded siliceous sponges from 4,173 fathoms. During this voyage Harry Clifford Fassett, http: researcharchive.calacademy.org research library special bios Fassett.pdf captain's clerk


Tuvalu

Emanuel Agassiz Alexander Agassiz embarked, she ranged into the South and Central Pacific, visiting the Marquesas, Paumotu, Society Islands, Cook Islands, Tonga, Fiji, Ellice (Tuvalu), Gilbert (Gilbert Islands), Marshall Islands, Caroline Islands and the Ladrone Islands. During the course of this cruise over a vast ocean basin, which Alexander Agassiz (Alexander Emanuel Agassiz) named "Moser Deep" in honor of ''Albatross''' captain, her


Mombasa

Economy thumb right Biashara Street, Mombasa (File:Mombasa biashara street.jpg) Mombasa is a major trade centre and home to Kenya's only large seaport, the Kilindini Harbour. KPA. KPA. Retrieved on 2013-08-17. ''Kilindini'' is an old Swahili term meaning "deep". The port is so-called because the channel is naturally very deep. Kilindini Harbor is an example of a natural geographic phenomenon called a ria, formed at the end of the last glacial period when the sea level rose and engulfed a river that was flowing from the mainland. Mombasa is a centre of coastal tourism in Kenya. Mombasa Island itself is not a main attraction, although many people visit the Old Town and Fort Jesus. The Nyali, Bamburi, and Shanzu beaches are located north of the city. The Shelly (Shelly Beach, Kenya), Tiwi (Tiwi, Kenya), and Diani (Diani Beach) beaches are located south of Mombasa. Several luxury hotels exist on these beaches, while the less expensive hotels are located further away. Mombasa's northern shoreline is renowned for its vibrant 24-hour entertainment offers, including both family entertainment (water parks, cinemas, bowling, etc.), sports (watersports, mountain biking and gokarting), culinary offers (restaurants offering a wide range of specialties from Kenya, China, Japan, India, Italy, Germany and other countries) and nightlife (bars, pubs, clubs, discothèques, etc.). Other local industries include an oil refinery with a capacity of 80,000 barrels a day, Mombasa Refinery - A Barrel Full. Abarrelfull.wikidot.com (2012-12-08). Retrieved on 2013-08-17. and a cement factory capable of producing over 1.1 Million tons per year. http: mombasacement.com The major intercontinental undersea telecom cables reach shore next to Mombasa, connecting the African Great Lakes to the rest of the world and supporting a fast-growing call centre business in the area. Transport Air thumb right Sunrise at Moi International Airport (File:Sunset at Mombasa airport.jpg) Moi International Airport serves the city of Mombasa. It is located in Port Reitz area, also known locally as Chaani area on the mainland metropolitan area. Flights to Nairobi and other Kenyan, European and Middle Eastern destinations depart from the airport. Besides Mombasa and Nairobi is well connected by chartered flights operated via Wilson airport. thumb right Moi International Airport (File:Moi International Airport Mombasa.jpg) Train Mombasa has a railway station. Kenya Railways operates overnight passenger trains from Mombasa to Nairobi, though the service is less extensive than it used to be. Road thumb right Moi Avenue in Mombasa (File:Tusks on Moi Avenue in Mombasa, Kenya.jpg) Driving in Mombasa is straightforward and the majority of the roads are tarmacked. Main roads include Jomo


Tonga

, again with Alexander Agassiz (Alexander Emanuel Agassiz) embarked, she ranged into the South and Central Pacific, visiting the Marquesas, Paumotu, Society Islands, Cook Islands, Tonga, Fiji, Ellice (Tuvalu), Gilbert (Gilbert Islands), Marshall Islands, Caroline Islands and the Ladrone Islands. During the course of this cruise over a vast ocean basin, which Alexander Agassiz (Alexander Emanuel Agassiz) named "Moser Deep" in honor of ''Albatross


Faroe Islands

with brilliant crimson fins. Lampriforms have a highly variable body form, but they are generally laterallly (Anatomical terms of location#Directional terms) compressed. Some are rounded in lateral view, while others are very elongate. The former are termed '''bathysomes''' – "deep-bodies", from Ancient Greek ''bathýs'' (βᾶθύς) "deep" + ''sōma'' (σῶμα) "body" – and the latter '''taeniosomes''' – "ribbon-bodies", Greek


Marshall Islands

, Marshall Islands, Caroline Islands and the Ladrone Islands. During the course of this cruise over a vast ocean basin, which Alexander Agassiz (Alexander Emanuel Agassiz) named "Moser Deep" in honor of ''Albatross''' captain, her distinguished passenger made thousands of dredgings, and soundings of the sea yielded siliceous sponges from 4,173 fathoms. During this voyage Harry Clifford Fassett, http: researcharchive.calacademy.org research library special bios


Kingston upon Hull

- Northern Stars publisher Northernstars.ca date accessdate 2011-03-09 Her family returned to the United States a few years after she was born; they moved to Salt Lake City in 1912 The Salt Lake Tribune, 26 January 2009, "Utah-Hollywood connection runs deep", p. B2 and moved to Lark, Utah, in 1914. In 1919, they moved to Salt Lake City again, before moving to Hollywood, California, where Fay attended Hollywood High School. Bishop Hans


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