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Lviv

Piano Competition in Paris (1983), has established himself as a distinctive musical personality and has received critical audience acclaim for his fresh and penetrating readings of scores. Residing in the US since 1991, he is a visiting member of the faculty at State University of New York, in Purchase, N.Y., and an artist-in-residence at the Music and Art Center of Greene County, in Hunter,N.Y. Born in Lviv, Ukraine, Vynnytsky studied at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory with renowned pianist Yevgeny Malinin. Commons:Category:Lviv Wikipedia:Lviv Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Lviv Oblast Lviv


Vilnius

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Liverpool

on British television. In 1955, he portrayed one of the two murderers who kill the Duke of Clarence (John Gielgud) as well as the two little princes (Princes in the Tower) in Laurence Olivier's ''Richard III (Richard III (1955 film))''. The band started as prominent members of the Liverpool music scene, playing many gigs around the city. The Coral's distinctive musical style has strongly influenced many other of the Liverpool-based label's acts, including The Zutons

, The Dead 60s and The Rascals (The Rascals (English band)). The band started as prominent members of the Liverpool music scene, playing many gigs around the city. The Coral's distinctive musical style has strongly influenced many other of the Liverpool-based label's acts, including The Zutons, The Dead 60s and The Rascals (The Rascals (English band)). - 208 Liverpool 111.84 Metropolitan borough, City (1880) Merseyside - caption "Lieutenant-Colonel


Hamburg

Upon their discharge from the army the band developed a distinctive musical style, and took up a distinctive name and image to go with it. The transition from their earlier, more conventional and less provocative aesthetic to the abrasive and cutting-edge sound of their ''Black Monk Time'' period was partly induced by the influence of "a pair of loopy existentialist visionaries" called Walther Niemann and Karl-H.-Remy. The Mojo Collection: The Greatest Albums of All Time. Jim Irvin, ed. Edinburgh: Mojo Books, 2000. p. 58 Commons:Category:Hamburg Wikipedia:Hamburg Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Hamburg


Beijing

CHINA, this refers to the HK store owned by Sogo Co. in 1980s before Transfer of Sovereignty-- , Taipei in Taiwan, Jakarta, Medan, Bandung & Surabaya in Indonesia, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, Singapore, Bangkok in Thailand, London in United Kingdom, but most of these international branches are now operated by independent franchises (franchising). The octagonal drum is an important and distinctive musical instrument, said


Morocco

Arabic (Arabic language), a minority continue to speak the Berber (Berber languages) Ghomara language. The song also includes many distinctive musical patterns of classical Moroccan (Morocco), Indian and Middle Eastern music. Page explained that "I had a sitar for some time and I was interested in modal tunings and Arabic stuff. It started off with a riff and then employed Eastern lines underneath." * Mongolia - Mongol Ardyn Khuv'sgatt Nam (Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party) (Bugyn Deshid, PB) * Morocco - Parti du Progrès et du Socialisme (Abdallah Layachi, PB) * Mozambique - Frente de Libertação de Moçambique (FRELIMO) (Mariano de Araújo Matsinhe, PB) The diocese covers not only the area of Gibraltar in British jurisdiction but also all of mainland Europe, Morocco and the territory of the former Soviet Union. Pius IX once remarked on meeting the bishop of the time, "Then I am in your diocese". (J.A.Gere and John Sparrow (ed.), ''Geoffrey Madan's Notebooks'', Oxford University Press, 1981) The see (Episcopal see) is based in the City of Gibraltar (Gibraltar) where the bishop's seat is located at the Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity (Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Gibraltar). The bishop's residence, however, is in England at Bishop's Lodge in Worth (Worth, Crawley), Crawley, West Sussex (close to Gatwick Airport, to facilitate ease of travel) and the diocesan office is in Tufton Street, London, part of the Church House complex. The occupation force also included many Moroccan (Morocco) soldiers, serving in the French (France) army. The United States government has, at least since the Bush administration (Presidency of George W. Bush), used the tactic of legal rendition (rendition (law)) in which suspected terrorists were extradited to countries where they were to be prosecuted for crimes allegedly committed. In the "war on terror" this has evolved into extraordinary rendition, the delivery of prisoners or others recently captured, including terrorism suspects, to foreign governments known to practice torture are Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, and Afghanistan. Human rights activists have alleged that the practice amounts to kidnapping for the purpose of torture, or torture by proxy. A related practice is the operation of facilities for imprisonment, and it is widely believed torture, in foreign countries. In November 2005, the Washington Post reported —- citing administration sources —- that such facilities are operated by the CIA in Thailand (until 2004), Afghanistan, and several unnamed Eastern European countries. Dana Priest, "CIA Holds Terror Suspects in Secret Prisons", ''Washington Post'', 2 November 2005. Human Rights Watch reports that planes associated with rendition have landed repeatedly in Poland and Romania. "Statement on U.S. Secret Detention Facilities in Europe", Human Rights Watch, 7 November 2005. Countries that participated in the initial round of Brady bond issuance were Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Philippines, Poland, Uruguay and Venezuela. The '''Barbary lion''' (''Panthera leo leo''), also known as the '''Atlas lion''' or '''Nubian lion''', is a subspecies of lion that became extinct in the wild or extinct in the 20th century. Its former habitat range was in North Africa encompassing the region from Morocco to Egypt. thumb right Cape Spartel (2006) (File:Cap spartel Maroc.JPG) '''Cape Spartel''' ( WikiPedia:Morocco Dmoz:Regional Africa Morocco Commons:Category:Morocco


Pakistan

a suicide bomber attack on his motorcade, the second attempt to assassinate him in two weeks. Following Beagle 2 's expected landing, US probe Mars Odyssey (already in Martian (Mars) orbit) listens for the lander's distinctive musical callsign. A further scan for the lander is conducted using the Jodrell Bank radio telescope. No signal is detected. A monitoring panel states to the United Nations Security Council tells of violations of the arms embargo against Somalia have taken place over a six-month period and the weapons are arriving now continuously in many small quantities (while large quantities arrive less often). In Pakistan , President Pervez Musharraf pledges that Pakistan will match India's military spending spree. Medical marijuana : The largest study to date on the effectiveness of cannabis treating symptoms of multiple sclerosis produces mixed results; doctors (Physician) state that there is enough evidence to warrant licensing the treatment for the illness. The Sophie, Countess of Wessex Countess of Wessex has given birth to a daughter by Caesarean section one month early. As the first child of Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, the baby is eighth in the line of succession to the throne of the United Kingdom. * In Pakistan, ''United Press International'' reports a letter sent to members of the opposition in Pakistan on a military letterhead causes panic in President Pervez Musharraf's government because it says he "has been imposed on this nation." The letter reportedly states that "''We want to assure the nation that this army belongs to you and to Pakistan ... Pervez Musharraf and his clique has been imposed on this nation''". The All Blacks defeat South Africa in the first quarter final of the rugby World Cup (2003 Rugby Union World Cup). A US military helicopter crashes near Bagram , Afghanistan, killing five soldiers and wounding seven. Indian newspapers reported on the results of an in-depth 2002 survey of 57,321 Pakistanis in 89 districts (Districts of Pakistan) of Pakistan. Although the survey was primarily concerned with the performance of local governments, the newspapers mischaracterized its results as the "utter dissatisfaction" of Pakistanis with the government of Pakistani president (President of Pakistan) Pervez Musharraf. There is evidence that the tuberculosis drug D-cycloserine may be the first effective agent for the treatment of phobias. Pakistan is to end a ban on Indian flights over its territory, in another sign of improving relations between the neighbours Nathaniel Jones, a 41-year-old, 350 lb (159 kg) unarmed black man dies after being clubbed by police with metal Baton (law enforcement) truncheon s in Cincinnati (Cincinnati, Ohio), Ohio. Six police officers are suspended from duty afterwards. A video of the beating, captured by the video camera (videotape) mounted in an officer's cruiser, is released to the public, stoking racial tensions in Cincinnati nearly three years after the city was rocked by riots (race riot). Preliminary autopsy results show that Jones had an enlarged heart, and his blood contained cocaine and PCP (Phencyclidine), Hamilton County (Hamilton County, Ohio) Coroner Carl Parrott says.2 * SAARC South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation , composed of foreign ministers from seven south Asian countries (Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Maldives and Bhutan) meeting in Islamabad agree to create the South Asian Free Trade Area (SAFTA) by 2006. It appears that Stardust (spacecraft) Stardust has successfully flown past Comet Wild 2 collecting samples that it will return to Earth in two years time. This is the first sample return mission to a comet and the first time that samples have returned to Earth from any celestial body since 1974. The spacecraft also took detailed images of the comet's icy nucleus. Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf and Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee meet face-to-face to discuss improving relations between their two countries. South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC), which comprises India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan and the Maldives, signs the South Asia Free Trade Agreement, a draft agreement to eliminate tariffs by 2016. Norway Norwegian prosecutors announce that they have abandoned their attempts to prosecute Jon Johansen for his release of the DeCSS DVD decryption software. classical singers include the late Ustad Mohammad Hussain Sarahang (1924-1983), who is one of the master singers of Patiala Gharana in North Indian classical music and is also well-known throughout India and Pakistan as a contemporary of Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan. His composition "Pai Ashk" was used in the theme song of the Hindi film ''Mera Saya''. Ubaidullah Jan Kandaharai (Ubaidullah Jan) is regarded as the king of Pashto music in the southern Afghanistan region. He died in the 1980s but his music is still very much enjoyed by the Pashtun diaspora around the world, mainly by the Pashtuns in the Kandahar (Kandahar Province)-Quetta regions. Other classical singers are Ustad Qasim, Ustad Rahim Bakhsh, and Ustad Nato. There is also a thriving Afghan music industry in neighboring Pakistan, primarily located in the cities of Peshawer, Karachi and the capital city, Islamabad. Much of the Afghan music industry was preserved via circulation in Pakistan and the holding of concerts for Afghan performers there which helped to keep the industry alive. Afghan performers regularly perform on Pakistani television programs and hold concerts throughout the country for the estimated 3-4 million Afghans that still live there. Immigration and Islam Several times in Hagen's political career, he has been accused of playing on domestic fears of foreigners and immigrants. Largely because of his, for some, controversial views on immigration, the political opponents of the Progress Party has many times resorted to physical assaults on Hagen. Commons:Category:Pakistan WikiPedia:Pakistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan


Ukraine

of a Cossack Ukraine. Artists The artists are very diverse, coming from many places all over the world such as Germany, Denmark, Brazil, South Africa, Hungary, United States, U.K (United Kingdom), Canada, Australia, Ukraine , Austria and France. '''Volodymyr Vynnytsky''', a laureate of the Marguerite Long-Jacques Thibaud International Piano Competition (Long-Thibaud-Crespin Competition) in Paris (1983), has established himself as a distinctive

musical personality and has received critical audience acclaim for his fresh and penetrating readings of scores. Residing in the US since 1991, he is a visiting member of the faculty at State University of New York, in Purchase, N.Y., and an artist-in-residence at the Music and Art Center of Greene County, in Hunter,N.Y. Born in Lviv, Ukraine, Vynnytsky studied at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory with renowned pianist Yevgeny Malinin. Commons:Category:Ukraine WikiPedia:Ukraine Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine


Greece

Ilk''. '''Giorgos Alkaios''' (Greek (Greek alphabet):Γιώργος Αλκαίος; born 24 December 1971) is a Greek (Greece) recording artist. His career began in 1989 after appearing on a Greek reality show. Following a brief period of stage acting, Alkaios dedicated himself to music. His first single, "Ti Ti", made him popular in Greece. His distinctive musical style fuses Greek and Oriental elements with modern pop music. To date he has been certified with 5 platinum and 9 gold albums.<


Berlin

) Changes and from the Austrian Folk band Sturmpercht have also contributed to Werkraum. Frank has since become a member of Austrian alpine tradition (Pre-Christian Alpine traditions) Folk band Sturmpercht, where under the pseudonym Hanns Aufschring he plays a distinctive musical role, while his work for live sessions and for studio- and mastering engineering for international artists like as well as for local and European independent labels continues. New and more progressive


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