Virginia State Lottery

of Winchester (Winchester, Virginia) won the largest Virginia Lottery prize to date when he claimed a Mega Millions jackpot worth $239 million (annuity value) for the April 1 drawing. Eight Mega Millions jackpots and one Powerball jackpot have been won in Virginia. Governance

5 of 35 numbers; there are 36 balls to be drawn from, including a gold-colored "Moneyball". Games are $2 each. If one of the five balls drawn is the "Moneyball", a sixth ball will be drawn so that there will be five winning numbers. A ticket matching all five numbers in a drawing where the "Moneyball" is drawn wins $1,000,000; otherwise the prize is $100,000. Other prizes are $100, $10, and $2. Decades of Dollars Decades

of Dollars is a drawing game currently available only in Virginia, offering a top prize of $250,000 per year in 30 annual installments ($7.5 million total) or a cash option of $4 million. Drawings are twice a week: on Monday and Thursday. Each play costs $2. Players choose six numbers from 1 through 47. Any ticket matching at least two numbers wins. Matching two numbers (on a Virginia-generated ticket) wins a $2 quick-pick Decades of Dollars ticket; three numbers wins $10, four numbers wins $100


Leshan

of cards left in the deck. * '''Duì''' ( ) — A ''Kāi'' is a set of four identical cards. A ''kāi'' in the big suit carries nine points and six

) — The pair, while not a meld (and thus cannot be declared or formed with a discard, except if completing the pair completes the hand), is the final component to the standard hand. It consists of any two identical cards. '''Gameplay''' — The game starts by a chosen player (if the first game) or the winner (of the previous game) drawing the first two cards. Each player then draws two cards until the lead has 20 cards in their hand and announces the end of the drawing phase by drawing one last card


Palatinate-Neuburg

-Neuburg ''' - Otto Henry (Otto Henry, Elector Palatine), Count Palatinate of Neuburg (1505–1559) *'''Oettingen-Oettingen (House of Oettingen-Oettingen)''' - Wolfgang I (Wolfgang I of Oettingen), Count of Oettingen-Oettingen (1467–1522) The Allied commanders now marched to Friedberg (Friedberg, Bavaria), watching their enemy across the river Lech in Augsburg whilst preventing them from entering Bavaria or drawing from it any supplies. But the transfer of Bavaria from the party of the Two

are or have been attributed to him. The works that can with certainty be ascribed to his own brush are remarkable for their sincerity, severe drawing and harmonious color, but comparatively few of the two thousand or more portraits that bear his name are wholly his own handiwork. So great was his reputation that he was patronized by royalty in many countries and acquired great wealth. The king of Sweden and the count palatine of Palatinate-Neuburg Neuburg


Chambly, Quebec

, 2003, p. 69 In 1778, E.V. Germann made a drawing showing clearly a Canadian peasant wearing his sash, the design was a chevron. Journal anonyme That drawing is a proof of what is written by others. Elisabeth Simcoe who lived in Quebec city in 1792 for more than a year wrote about the Canadians, "(…) their coats are tied round with a coloured sash." Mary Quayle Innis, Mrs. Simcoe’s Diary, p. 45 '''Unibroue''' is a brewery


Imwas

Canada Park, which was established by the Jewish National Fund in 1973. Etymology The name of the town was popularly pronounced by its local inhabitants as 'Imwās. Arabic (Arabic language) literary sources indicate the name is also pronounced 'Amwās and 'Amawās, the latter being form transcribed by the Syrian geographer Yakut (Yaqut al-Hamawi) (1179–1229) drawing from earlier sources. Sharon, 1997, p.

;pg PA79 79 At the time of Jerome, when the city was known as Nicopolis (Emmaus Nicopolis), Charles Clermont-Ganneau notes that it was still also known by the Greek (Greek language) forms of 'Ammaôs or 'Emmaus, both beginning with an 'āyin (Ayin). Moshe Sharon, drawing upon this observation concludes that the Arabic (Arabic language) name more faithfully approximates the town's original ancient name when compared against the name as transcribed in the Talmud


Natural Steps, Arkansas

to map the Arkansas River and show low-water depths across the channel at close intervals. They also showed gravel bars and shoals, ferry and landing locations, and other features important to river travel. The map was intended for navigation. In their maps, a drawing and location of the "'''Natural Steps'''" were included. Native Americans Fred O. Henker, M.D. wrote, "The first inhabitants of the Natural Steps area were Native Americans, Indians whose presence

* The Battle of Palarm * The Battle of Palarm drawing * Pinnacle Realty Inc. * 1870 Arkansas River Survey * 1870 Map of the Arkansas River *


Yinchuan

and fearing that Li Jiancheng might be intending to kill him, solicited advice from Li Jing and Li Shiji, and both refused to speak on the matter, drawing respect from Li Shimin for their unwillingness to be involved in an internecine struggle. This account, generally now accepted, was adopted by the ''Zizhi Tongjian''. See ''Zizhi Tongjian'', vol. 191 (:zh:s:資治通鑑 卷191). However, the ''Book of Tang'' gave a different account -- that Li Jing and Li Shiji both offered

Zhongshu Menxia Pingzhangshi'' (同中書門下平章事). It was said that Yuwen tried to further increase revenues by establish special offices, which caused the previously commissioned officials to have much less responsibilities. It was further said that Yuwen was intelligent and capable in increasing revenues, drawing Emperor Xuanzong's favor, but was frivolous, talkative, and nepotistic, once commenting, "Let me sit on this seat for a few months, and the realm will have no troubles." However

of the industry, universities and colleges, is huddled around the main train station while the old city, the more livable of the two, lies 8 km to the east. Rapid growth over recent years has been quickly drawing these two distinct centers together as foreign investment grows. Yinchuan historically served as a trade route town made large for its convenient location between Western Chinese cities such as Urumqi and the Eastern ones such as Beijing and Shenyang. Get in By plane


Hanover, Pennsylvania

1760. The dispute was settled when Maryland and Pennsylvania hired British experts Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon to survey what became known as the Mason–Dixon Line. This line was surveyed between 1763 and 1767, and put an end to decades of disputes over rights and ownership. "Drawing the Line: How Mason and Dixon Surveyed the Most Famous Border in America" By Edwin Danson, Published by John Wiley and Sons, 2001 In 1745, a Scotch-Irishman named Richard

; ref thumb 250px An 0-4-4 (Image:Forney044.jpg)T Forney type built in 1886 by SLM (Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works) for Finnish State Railways. Forney was born March 28, 1835 in Hanover, Pennsylvania. He apprenticed with another prominent locomotive builder, Ross Winans, before joining the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O) as a draftsman (technical drawing) in 1855. He left the B&O in 1858, then worked for the Illinois Central Railroad from about


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