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Salt Lake City

, Nebraska respectively. The following week saw one event played, in Salt Lake City, then two played simultaneously in Tel Aviv and San Ramon, California, then one played the following week in Pasadena (Pasadena, California). A final event was played a month later in Kyoto. In comparison the 2008 schedule saw 178 events played in more than 40 countries. Park was born in Seoul, South Korea, but immigrated to Salt Lake City, Utah when she was a young teen. She


Tel Aviv

Beach. Unlike other Tel Avivian neighbourhoods, it is quite observant (Orthodox Judaism), owing mainly to the high observance rate of the Yemenite pioneers who built the neighbourhood. The majority of the descendants of those pioneers still inhabit the neighbourhood today. Events continued after a one-month hiatus with two begun September 24 and 25, one in Tinton Falls, New Jersey and in Lincoln, Nebraska respectively. The following week saw one event played, in Salt Lake City


Baltimore

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Germany

the prize fund was € (Euro)1,005,982, and despite its national open status the tournament was only the fourth richest European Tour event played in Germany that year, behind the German Masters (German Masters (golf)), the Deutsche Bank-SAP Open TPC of Europe and the BMW International Open. Elbergen, cooling tower thumb left 200px (Image:Elbergen, koeltorens energiecentrale positie2 foto1 2011-05-07 13.04.JPG) '''Emsbüren''' is a municipality in the Emsland district, Lower


France

Kościuszko , in the Kościuszko Uprising against Imperial Russia in 1794. '''Le Stade de Roland Garros''' ("Roland Garros Stadium") is a tennis venue located in Paris, France. It hosts the French Open tennis tournament (known as the Roland Garros Tournament within France), a Grand Slam (Grand Slam (tennis)) event played annually in May and June. The facility was constructed in 1928 to host France's first defense of the Davis Cup. It is named for Roland Garros (Roland Garros (aviator)), a pioneer aviator (completed the first solo flight across the Mediterranean Sea Who's Who—Roland Garros. FirstWorldWar.com Retrieved 2011-08-03 ), engineer (inventor of the first forward-firing aircraft machine gun "Early Developments" WWIAviation.com Retrieved 2011-08-03 ), and World War I hero (the first pilot to shoot down five enemy aircraft, and to be called an "ace" for doing so "Aces of World War I" Century-of-Flight.net retrieved 2011-08-03 ), who was killed in aerial combat in 1918. thumb right 125px Jean-Martin Charcot (Image:Jean-Martin Charcot.jpg) The neurologist Jean-Martin Charcot (1825-1893) endorsed hypnotism for the treatment of hysteria. ''La méthode numérique''("The numerical method") led to a number of systematic experimental examinations of hypnosis in France, Germany, and Switzerland. The process of post-hypnotic suggestion was first described in this period. Extraordinary improvements in sensory acuity and memory were reported under hypnosis. '''''Métro Châtelet, Direction Cassiopeia''''' is volume nine in the French (France) comic book (or ''bande dessinée (Franco-Belgian comics)'') science fiction series ''Valérian and Laureline'' created by writer Pierre Christin and artist Jean-Claude Mézières (Jean-Claude Mezieres). '''''Brooklyn Station, Terminus Cosmos''''' is volume ten in the French (France) comic book (or ''bande dessinée (Franco-Belgian comics)'') science fiction series ''Valérian and Laureline'' created by writer Pierre Christin and artist Jean-Claude Mézières (Jean-Claude Mezieres). * Earth, year 1980. Valérian and Albert travel to the following as part of their investigation: ** Paris, France. Cynthia is staying at the Hotel Plaza Athénée on Avenue Montaigne on the Right Bank. The fourth manifestation occurs at the Centre Georges Pompidou in the Beaubourg area. Valérian and Albert leave France by air from Roissy (Charles de Gaulle) Airport (Charles de Gaulle International Airport). ** New York, USA. Valérian and Albert arrive at Kennedy Airport (John F. Kennedy International Airport) and travel to Schlomo Melsheim's house in Brooklyn. The appearance of the four elements takes place on waste ground elsewhere in Brooklyn. Valérian returns to Galaxity via the spatio-temporal relay station located beneath the Statue of Liberty. '''''The Ghosts of Inverloch''''' is volume eleven in the French (France) comic book (or ''bande dessinée (Franco-Belgian comics)'') science fiction series ''Valérian and Laureline'' created by writer Pierre Christin and artist Jean-Claude Mézières (Jean-Claude Mezieres). '''''The Rage of Hypsis''''' is volume twelve in the French (France) comic book (or ''bande dessinée (Franco-Belgian comics)'') science fiction series ''Valérian and Laureline'' created by writer Pierre Christin and artist Jean-Claude Mézières. '''''On the Frontiers''''' is volume thirteen in the French (France) comic book (or ''bande dessinée (Franco-Belgian comics)'') science fiction series ''Valérian and Laureline'' created by writer Pierre Christin and artist Jean-Claude Mézières. '''''The Living Weapons''''' is volume fourteen in the French (France) comic book (or ''bande dessinée (Franco-Belgian comics)'') science fiction series ''Valérian and Laureline'' created by writer Pierre Christin and artist Jean-Claude Mézières (Jean-Claude Mezieres). '''''The Circles of Power''''' is volume fifteen in the French (France) comic book science fiction series ''Valérian and Laureline'' created by writer Pierre Christin and artist Jean-Claude Mézières. This album, which belongs to the family of Franco-Belgian comics, is notable for its influence on the film ''The Fifth Element''. '''''Hostages of the Ultralum''''' is volume sixteen in the French (France) comic book (or ''bande dessinée (Franco-Belgian comics)'') science fiction series ''Valérian and Laureline'' created by writer Pierre Christin and artist Jean-Claude Mézières (Jean-Claude Mezieres). '''Orphan of the Stars''' is volume seventeen in the French (France) comic book (or ''bande dessinée (Franco-Belgian comics)'') science fiction series ''Valérian and Laureline'' created by writer Pierre Christin and artist Jean-Claude Mézières (Jean-Claude Mezieres). The '''communauté d'agglomération Caen la Mer''' is a French (France) ''communauté d'agglomération'', located in the Calvados ''département (département in France)'', in the Basse-Normandie ''région (région in France)''. '''''In Uncertain Times''''' is volume eighteen in the French (France) comic book (or ''bande dessinée (Franco-Belgian comics)'') science fiction series ''Valérian and Laureline'' created by writer Pierre Christin and artist Jean-Claude Mézières (Jean-Claude Mezieres). * Earth, the year 2001: ** France, Paris: *** La Défense, the headquarters of the multinational Vivaxis. Their tower is located next to the Grande Arche. '''At the Edge of the Great Void''' is volume nineteen in the French (France) comic book (or ''bande dessinée (Franco-Belgian comics)'') science-fiction series ''Valérian and Laureline'' created by writer Pierre Christin and artist Jean-Claude Mézières (Jean-Claude Mezieres). It is the first part of a trilogy of stories, continued in ''The Order of the Stones'' (2007) and ''The Open-Time'' (in preparation). nextissue ''L'Ouvre Temps'' '''''The Order of the Stones''''' is volume twenty in the French (France) comic book (or ''bande dessinée (Franco-Belgian comics)'') science fiction series ''Valérian and Laureline'' created by writer Pierre Christin and artist Jean-Claude Mézières (Jean-Claude Mezieres). It continues the story begun in ''At the Edge of the Great Void''. It was released in January 2007. The foundation stone of Sofia University's new edifice was laid on 30 June 1924. Funds were secured by the brothers Evlogi Georgiev and Hristo Georgiev. The rectorate was built according to the initial plans of the French (France) architect Henri Bréançon, who had won a competition for the purpose in 1907. The plans were developed by Nikola Lazarov and revised by Yordan Milanov, who also directed the construction, but died before the official opening on 16 December 1934. Features Galleria attracts with its 140 stores on two floors an average of 1.2 million visitors monthly. The complex housed Printemps, the renowned French (France) department store, in the beginning. It hosts upscale Turkish stores, features fast food restaurants and cafeterias, entertainment centers, movie theaters, bowling alley and ice skating rink. The shopping mall has a covered car park for 2,000 vehicles. Bemister's co-produced 90-minute film ''The Hunter and the Hunted'', about Nazi war criminals, their whereabouts, and the Nazi hunters who sought their arrest and prosecution, was commissioned by the Australian Seven Network and filmed on location in South America, France, Germany, Israel and the UK (United Kingdom). Included in the film were scenes identifying the then home in La Paz, Bolivia, of Klaus Barbie, former head of the Gestapo in Lyon, France, and the first confirmation by a Bolivian law officer of Barbie’s true identity. ''Guardian newspaper obituary Tuesday, 6 January 2009'' From 1919, Grigoriev travelled and lived abroad in many countries including Finland, Germany, France, USA, Central and South Americas. In 1934 he published his poem ''Russia'' (Расея) in American Russian-language newspaper Novoye Russkoye Slovo. The poem was a poetic reflection of his famous ''Russia'' series of paintings. He also wrote poem ''America'' published only in 2003. He has also performed in various countries, including Germany, Belgium, Yugoslavia, France, and India. *Finland - YLE *France - France Televisions *Germany - ARD (ARD (broadcaster)) and ZDF "That You'll Never Walk Again was just a demo we did on our eight-track," says Danny. "It's just the three of us around the mic. It's about the riots at France '98 (1998), the World Cup (FIFA World Cup). It's just a really stupid song. It just happened. Probably either Gaz or Micky started singing it and we all joined in. Then we overdubbed some stupid cowbell (Cowbell (instrument))s on it." He was born in Mabel Lake (Mabel Lake, British Columbia), British Columbia, where he learned at an early age how to drive horses and haul wood. He joined the Canadian Army in 1916, went to England as a member of the 172nd Rocky Mountain Rangers (The Rocky Mountain Rangers) Infantry and was put to work cutting timber for use on the front lines in France because, at 16, he was considered too young for active duty. After his discharge, he returned to Mabel Lake, where he continued to work at logging, and later settled on a farm. After his retirement at the age of 67, he moved to Vernon, British Columbia. Procter held the record as being the oldest person ever to compete in the ''Canadian Horseshoe Championships'', participating in 1997 and 1998, and celebrated his 100th birthday by skydiving (parachuting). He continued to drive his own car until the age of 101. He moved into a senior's home at 105 after a fall left him less mobile. *October 10 **Lilly Daché, French (France) milliner (Hatmaking) and fashion designer (d.1989 (1989 in art)) **Georges Malkine, French (France) painter, only painter to sign the Surrealist Manifesto of 1924 (d.1970 (1970 in art)) **Lilly Daché, French (France) milliner (Hatmaking) and fashion designer (d.1989 (1989 in art)) **Georges Malkine, French (France) painter, only painter to sign the Surrealist Manifesto of 1924 (d.1970 (1970 in art)) *November 21 – René Magritte, painter (d.1967 (1967 in art)). Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


United States

, Massachusetts , USA (United States). Perth hosts Scotland's largest volleyball event every May - the Scottish Open Volleyball Tournament. There is a highly-competitive indoor competition held inside Bell's Sports Centre alongside both a competitive and fun outdoor event played on the North Inch. Teams competing traditionally camp alongside the outdoor courts with the campsite being administered by local cadets. The Scottish Volleyball Association's annual general meeting is also held

holes. The first U.S. Open was a one day event played immediately after the three day U.S. Amateur, which received much more attention at the time. Rawlins won $150 plus a $50 golf medal and the Open Championship Cup, which went to his club. Rawlins finished second at the U.S. Open in 1896 (1896 U.S. Open (golf)). '''Jack Bruce Johnson''' (born April 3, 1949) is an American (United States) politician who served as the List of Prince George's County Executives county executive

on the North American PGA Tour declined invitations to play in 2005, the tournament nevertheless featured several prominent players, including twenty ranked amongst the world's top fifty, and offered a purse (Prize money) of US$ (United States dollar)5,000,000, greater than that of any other event played in Asia or Oceania. The large prize fund serves not only to recognize and maintain the collective quality of the participant players but also to encourage other players


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