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Santa María Atzompa

Julia last Preston url http: www.nytimes.com 1996 06 14 world santa-maria-atzompa-journal-pots-that-poison-and-potters-facing-broken-lives.html?pagewanted 1 newspaper New York Times location New York date June 14, 1996 accessdate March 18, 2010 Today, most of the community's distinctive green-glazed pottery is sold in neighboring Oaxaca city, with most families here making a subsistence living through that and by growing corn. ref name "colorverde" >


Mississauga

Chocolate Bar''' is a chocolate covered hazelnut wafer candy (candy bar) which is sold in 1.2 ounce (34 g) bars at some candy retailers. The candy is easily identified by its distinctive green and white wrapper. In Canada, the bar is imported and marketed by Omega Food Importers of Mississauga, Ontario. It is recommended that the bar be kept in a cool, dry place. group3 Peel Region (Regional Municipality of Peel) list3 '''Brampton:''' CIAO (AM


Lviv

. The average altitude of Lviv is above sea level (above mean sea level). This castle has a commanding view of the historic city centre with its distinctive green-domed churches and intricate architecture. The old walled city (Defensive wall) was at the foothills of the High Castle on the banks of the river Poltva River Poltva


Madagascar

'', ''elegans elegans'', ''elegans punctatus'',''stellatus'', ''tuberculatus'', ''rudis'', ''gemmeus'') or striped (''gemmeus''). Occasionally, individuals of an overall lemon-yellow colour are encountered; this is a rare genetic colour morph similar to albinism. The distinctive green colouration is almost universally predominant; with the two exceptions of male ''rudis'' as well as males of some populations of the Canterbury (Canterbury Region) form


Toronto

) St. George Subway Stations. '''Steam Whistle Brewing''' is a brewery in Toronto, Ontario. The company produces a premium pilsner lager packaged in distinctive green glass bottles and a non-twist cap. They only use four natural ingredients: spring water from Caledon, Ontario; hops from Germany; two-row barley; and yeast. In 2004, Steam Whistle Pilsner was voted best beer in Toronto at the Golden Tap Awards. Steam Whistle has also been voted Best Toronto


Canada

of the Paris shop in 1974 which was the first to feature the distinctive green frontage and stripped wooden interior; and, in the same year, the first USA shop opened in San Francisco. A licensing operation led to the opening of department store concessions in Australia, Canada and Japan from 1971 onwards. By 1975, turnover was £5million per year and the company employed a thousand people worldwide. Laura turned down the offer of an OBE (Order of the British Empire) (she

wafer candy (candy bar) which is sold in 1.2 ounce (34 g) bars at some candy retailers. The candy is easily identified by its distinctive green and white wrapper. In Canada, the bar is imported and marketed by Omega Food Importers of Mississauga, Ontario. It is recommended that the bar be kept in a cool, dry place. '''Haysville''' is a village in Wilmot Township (Wilmot, Ontario) in the Regional Municipality of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. The Nith River


Japan

developed his flat-bed printing process to produce 5,000metres of fabric per week, and in 1966 Laura produced her first dress for social rather than work attire. By 1970, sales had reached £300,000 per year, and in one week alone, London's Fulham Road shop sold 4,000 dresses — which resulted in the new factory in Newtown, Montgomeryshire. It was the opening of the Paris shop in 1974 which was the first to feature the distinctive green frontage and stripped wooden interior; and, in the same year, the first USA shop opened in San Francisco. A licensing operation led to the opening of department store concessions in Australia, Canada and Japan from 1971 onwards. By 1975, turnover was £5million per year and the company employed a thousand people worldwide. Laura turned down the offer of an OBE (Order of the British Empire) (she was upset Bernard had not been offered one) but a Queen's Award for Export was accepted in 1977. '''''D.I.C.E.''''' (DNA Integrated Cybernetic Enterprises) is an animated television series produced by Bandai Entertainment Inc., XEBEC, CGCG and Studio Galapagos (computer animation). Originally made for the United States, the series was first broadcast in Cartoon Network in US, then YTV (YTV (TV channel)) in Canada. On December 12, 2005, the Japanese version was premiered on Animax under the title zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


Germany

of the Communist Party of Greece 1918-55 Κίνηση για Ανασύνταξη του ΚΚΕ 1918-55 '' '''Steam Whistle Brewing''' is a brewery in Toronto, Ontario. The company produces a premium pilsner lager packaged in distinctive green glass bottles and a non-twist cap. They only use four natural ingredients: spring water from Caledon, Ontario; hops from Germany; two-row barley; and yeast. In 2004, Steam Whistle Pilsner was voted best beer in Toronto at the Golden Tap Awards. Steam


Australia

. It was the opening of the Paris shop in 1974 which was the first to feature the distinctive green frontage and stripped wooden interior; and, in the same year, the first USA shop opened in San Francisco. A licensing operation led to the opening of department store concessions in Australia, Canada and Japan from 1971 onwards. By 1975, turnover was £5million per year and the company employed a thousand people worldwide. Laura turned down the offer of an OBE (Order of the British Empire) (she was upset Bernard had not been offered one) but a Queen's Award for Export was accepted in 1977. Operations Aggreko has offices in most major cities in Western Europe, the United States and Australia, and smaller numbers of locations in Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and Asia. The items hired out include gas and diesel generators, load banks, heaters, air conditioners (Air conditioning) and chillers. Aggreko equipment is used in a wide variety of settings including film studios, power stations, mines, offshore oil platforms, shipyards, general construction and contracting industries, and high-demand power applications related to emergency response and disaster management. Aggreko's Global Projects business operates out of Dubai from where they can ship powerplants - capable of powering entire cities - to anywhere in the world and have the powerplant operational within days of reaching the destination. The company supplies equipment to the Royal Navy's nuclear submarines berthed in non-naval ports. The ''Olympic'' A well-known example of a (white wood-hulled) four-masted jackass-barque was the ''Olympic'', a 1,402 GRT "Down Easter" (a square-rigged sailing ship from the dockyards of the downeastern ports, preferably made of timber). Said to be the only one in the world, she was launched in 1892 at the shipyards of the New England Ship Building Company, Bath (Bath, Maine), ME (Maine), for Captain W. H. Besse of New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), MA (Massachusetts) 1) . Her maiden voyage under her first master, Captain Stephen Bourne Gibbs, led her from Bath to New York City, South Street Seaport, with "clean swept holds" and without any ballast (Sailing ballast), then with a cargo of iron rails and plates around Cape Horn to Portland, Oregon. She carried steel, nitrate and other cargoes. Captain Gibbs was an experienced square-rigged skipper and took great care of best stowage of the cargo having the stevedores put 2 3 of it in the 'tween decks. For her new owner Hackfield & Co. of Honolulu, managed by Williams, Dimond & Co., the ''Olympic'' ran in the sugar trade between Hawaii, California, and Australia from 1901 to 1912. Originally rigged with royal sails over double top and topgallant sails on both square-rigged masts and the main mast equipped with an additional single sky sail, she was re-fitted with royal sails over double top but single topgallant sails on both square-rigged masts and no main sky sail after having been dismasted in 1901 during a voyage from Hawaii to San Francisco under Captain Gibbs, who retired from sea in the same year. Under her new master Captain T. H. Evans she sailed between New Zealand, Australia and the US westcoast in the timber trade. Towards the end of World War I she changed hands to Thomas Crowley & Co. In that time she was re-rigged as a four-masted barquentine with a square-rigged foremast and three fore-and-aft rigged other masts. During the slump years cargo space of a sailing ship wasn't needed anymore. After being laid up for some years the 30-year-old ship was converted into a towing barge. The ''Olympic'' A well-known example of a (white wood-hulled) four-masted jackass-barque was the ''Olympic'', a 1,402 GRT "Down Easter" (a square-rigged sailing ship from the dockyards of the downeastern ports, preferably made of timber). Said to be the only one in the world, she was launched in 1892 at the shipyards of the New England Ship Building Company, Bath (Bath, Maine), ME (Maine), for Captain W. H. Besse of New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), MA (Massachusetts) 1) . Her maiden voyage under her first master, Captain Stephen Bourne Gibbs, led her from Bath to New York City, South Street Seaport, with "clean swept holds" and without any ballast (Sailing ballast), then with a cargo of iron rails and plates around Cape Horn to Portland, Oregon. She carried steel, nitrate and other cargoes. Captain Gibbs was an experienced square-rigged skipper and took great care of best stowage of the cargo having the stevedores put 2 3 of it in the 'tween decks. For her new owner Hackfield & Co. of Honolulu, managed by Williams, Dimond & Co., the ''Olympic'' ran in the sugar trade between Hawaii, California, and Australia from 1901 to 1912. Originally rigged with royal sails over double top and topgallant sails on both square-rigged masts and the main mast equipped with an additional single sky sail, she was re-fitted with royal sails over double top but single topgallant sails on both square-rigged masts and no main sky sail after having been dismasted in 1901 during a voyage from Hawaii to San Francisco under Captain Gibbs, who retired from sea in the same year. Under her new master Captain T. H. Evans she sailed between New Zealand, Australia and the US westcoast in the timber trade. Towards the end of World War I she changed hands to Thomas Crowley & Co. In that time she was re-rigged as a four-masted barquentine with a square-rigged foremast and three fore-and-aft rigged other masts. During the slump years cargo space of a sailing ship wasn't needed anymore. After being laid up for some years the 30-year-old ship was converted into a towing barge. When the new Digital Station ABC3 was released, Prank Patrol was one of the shows produced in Australia by the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation). It is hosted by Scott Tweedie. The first series was so successful, Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


France

last Jenkins first Richard publisher OldRacingCars.com ) is a former racing driver from France. He participated in 64 Formula One World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on 22 September 1968. He achieved one podium, and scored a total of 12 championship points. He wore a distinctive green helmet, and still has a full face beard, that partially covers burns suffered in a crash. '''Jean Marie Behra''' (born in Nice, France, 16 February 1921 – died in Berlin, Germany, 1 August 1959) was a Formula One driver who raced for the Gordini, Maserati (Maserati in motorsport), BRM, Ferrari (Scuderia Ferrari) and Porsche (Porsche in motorsport) teams. '''Jean-Pierre Alain Jabouille''' Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


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