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Bowmanville

of the war. A daily routine of exercise, sporting events and work assignments was established. As well as English being taught, professors from the nearby University of Toronto gave lectures for university credit classes. A school was also formed, which taught midshipmen seamanship and navigation courses. Current movies were shown each week. National and religious holidays were observed, and music concerts were given regularly. Elaborate stage plays were produced. Extraordinary puppets were


Dallas

Trinity University (Trinity University (Texas)) to study accounting. While at Trinity, Gibby was the captain of the basketball team, president of his fraternity, and was named the Accounting Student of the Year. After graduating, he went to work as an auditor for Peat Marwick accounting firm. After a year of working in accounting, he formed the Butthole Surfers, a group who became notorious for their elaborate stage shows and psychedelic music. Personal life Brandon was born in Dallas, Texas and attended Oregon State University, graduating in 1992 with Bachelor of Science in Broadcasting. Brandon was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon. After receiving his degree he started Tooth & Nail Records in his bedroom with a small loan. He now resides in Seattle, Washington (Washington (U.S. state)) with his family. '''Marcos Hernandez''' was born in Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona), Arizona in 1982 and raised in Dallas, Texas. He worked at the Lewisville YMCA in Flower Mound, Texas as a lifeguard. Hernandez was discovered by Vanilla Ice manager Tommy Quon. He is a Mexican (Mexico) American pop (pop music) singer whose debut single (Single (music)), "If You Were Mine (If You Were Mine (Marcos Hernandez song))", was released in August 2005. The single got a good amount of airplay on Pop and Rhythmic stations and slowly crept up to the Top 25 on Top 40 radio. The single also went to #1 in South Africa and France. Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas


Shanghai

their first live compilation album ''Never Sold Out'' and planned a large concert titled "Luna Sea 10th Anniversary Gig ∞". Unfortunately a storm destroyed the elaborate stage, however the debris was used as a backdrop and the show was attended by approximately 100,000 people. Just prior to the Japanese surrender which ended World War II, the National Revolutionary Army, having recaptured Liuzhou, Guilin, and Taizhou (Taizhou, Zhejiang), as well as Lashio and Mandalay in Burma, was planning to launch a large-scale assault on Guangzhouwan; however, due to the end of the war, the assault never materialised. Handel 1990: 242 The French lease over Guangzhouwan would soon be terminated regardless, under an agreement concluded on February 28, 1946. In exchange for a withdrawal of Chinese forces from northern Vietnam, the French not only returned Guangzhouwan to the Nationalist (Nationalist China) government, but also gave up extraterritorial rights in Shanghai, Hankou (Hankou District), and Guangzhou, sold the Yunnan Rail Line to China, and agreed to provide special treatment for ethnic Chinese in Vietnam (Hoa) and Chinese goods exported to Vietnam. Luong 1992: 141-142, 242 After the handover, the Zhanjiang City Government was formally established to administer the city.


Venezuela

Edwards first Tanya L. title Christina, Gwen Stefani, Dita Von Teese Help Bring Back Burlesque url http: www.mtv.com news articles 1458472 20021101 aguilera_christina.jhtml work MTV News publisher Viacom date 2002-11-04 accessdate 2010-01-17 The concerts received positive reviews, with reviewers complimenting the variety of musical styles, elaborate stage and costume design and crowd interaction.


Puerto Rico

Burlesque url http: www.mtv.com news articles 1458472 20021101 aguilera_christina.jhtml work MTV News publisher Viacom date 2002-11-04 accessdate 2010-01-17 The concerts received positive reviews, with reviewers complimenting the variety of musical styles, elaborate stage and costume design and crowd interaction.


Taiwan

; Luna Sea's popularity had reached overseas to neighboring countries in Asia, leading to their first Asian tour in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Shanghai. To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the band, Luna Sea released their first live compilation album ''Never Sold Out'' and planned a large concert titled "Luna Sea 10th Anniversary Gig ∞". Unfortunately a storm destroyed the elaborate stage, however the debris was used as a backdrop and the show was attended by approximately 100,000 people. During the Hong Kong press conference, the band announced their reunion and the first concert tour in ten years. They also said that new songs were being written. The tour, named "20th Anniversary World Tour Reboot -to the New Moon- (20th Anniversary World Tour Reboot)", began on November 27 in Germany and continued on to the United States, Hong Kong and Taiwan, and was planned to end with two shows in Japan on the 23 and 24 of December.


Boston

York, NY and Europe with additional smaller events having formerly been held in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Boston, and New Jersey. The festival is also notable for its elaborate stage designs, bazaar of vendors of scene paraphernalia, movie screenings, and a dance floor featuring underground DJs from around the world. Etymology and characteristics The word “Compás” in Spanish (Spanish language) means “beat” or “rhythm,” and one of the most distinctive characteristics


Philadelphia

formerly been held in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Boston, and New Jersey. The festival is also notable for its elaborate stage designs, bazaar of vendors of scene paraphernalia, movie screenings, and a dance floor featuring underground DJs from around the world. Route description West from Cranford (Cranford, New Jersey) the line follows the main line of the former Central Railroad of New Jersey. Until 1967 CNJ trains ran through Elizabeth, New Jersey Elizabeth


Italy

, within an elaborate stage design, in which the architectural framing and costumes might be designed by a renowned architect, to present a deferential allegory flattering to the patron. Professional actors and musicians were hired for the speaking and singing parts. Often, the masquers who did not speak or sing were courtiers: King James I's queen consort, Anne of Denmark, frequently danced with her ladies in masques between 1603 and 1611, and Henry VIII (Henry VIII of England) and Charles I (Charles I of England) performed in the masques at their courts. In the tradition of masque, Louis XIV (Louis XIV of France) danced in ballets at Versailles (Palace of Versailles) with music by Jean-Baptiste Lully. 'History of the Masque Genre' Masquerade balls were extended into costumed public festivities in Italy during the 16th century Renaissance (Italian, ''maschera''). They were generally elaborate dances held for members of the upper classes, and were particularly popular in Venice. They have been associated with the tradition of the Venetian Carnival (Carnival of Venice). With the fall of the Venetian Republic at the end of the 18th century, the use and tradition of masks gradually began to decline, until they disappeared altogether. 275px right thumb Masquerade ball at Château de Hattonchâtel (Image:Masca.jpg), France. In 1894, Spike and Angelus developed a rivalry with the enigmatic Immortal (The Immortal (Angel character)), who later had Spike sent to prison for tax evasion.


United States

-01-17 The concerts received positive reviews, with reviewers complimenting the variety of musical styles, elaborate stage and costume design and crowd interaction.


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