in Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada, the son of a retired lumberjack. '''Nicholas Thorburn''' (born 27 November 1981) is a Canadian musician originally from Campbell River (Campbell River, British Columbia). He has fronted numerous bands such as The Unicorns, Th' Corn Gangg, Islands (Islands (band)), Reefer, and Human Highway (Human Highway (band)). Thorburn occasionally goes by the stage name "Nick Diamonds", among others. History Thorburn was born in 1981 in Campbell River (Campbell River, British Columbia), British Columbia, Canada, which he says has influenced his songwriting. Nature, in particular whales, are a subject of interest; his lyrics include references to rivers, swans and frogs. He also had a formative experience in a visit, along with his father, to see the killer whale Luna (Luna (Orca)); his memories of the visit became an influential part of Islands' debut album ''Return to the Sea''. The roots of Catalyst Paper date back a century, when the Powell River Company opened a newsprint mill at Powell River in 1912. Bloedel, Stewart & Welch, Ltd. started up their Kraft (Kraft process) pulp mill in Port Alberni in 1947 and later added two newsprint machines. These two companies eventually merged into MacMillan Bloedel (MacMillan Bloedel Limited). The next branch of the family tree was British Columbia Forest Products Limited, formed in 1946 as a logging and sawmilling company. With extensive forest operations in British Columbia, BCFP built a solid reputation as a leading wood products company. The company diversified in the early 1950s, opening its Crofton pulp mill in 1957 and adding newsprint production in 1964, and soon was one of the province's largest integrated forest products companies. The third branch was Crown Zellerbach Canada, which opened a modern newsprint mill at Elk Falls near Campbell River (Campbell River, British Columbia) in 1952 and later expanded into Kraft pulp production. In 1981, Fletcher Challenge of New Zealand purchased Crown Zellerbach Canada and renamed it Crown Forest Industries. *Campbell River, British Columbia for Dr Samuel Campbell (Samuel Campbell (doctor)), the ship's surgeon. *Pender Island and Pender Harbour, British Columbia for Daniel Pender.
Bolsheviks. Phenix, p. 128; Vorres, p. 159 An imperial bodyguard, Timofei Yatchik, guided them to his hometown, the large Cossack village of Novominskaya. In a rented five-roomed farmhouse there, Olga gave birth to her second son, Guri Nikolaevich, on 23 April 1919. Phenix, p. 129 He was named after a friend of hers, Guri Panayev, who was killed while serving in the Akhtyrsky Regiment during World War I. In November 1919, the family set out on what would be their last journey through Russia. Just ahead of revolutionary troops, they escaped to Novorossiysk, and took refuge in the residence of the Danish consul, Thomas Schytte, who informed them of the Dowager Empress's safe arrival in Denmark. Kulikovsky-Romanoff, p. 5 After a brief stay with the consul, the family were shipped to a refugee camp on the island of Büyükada in the Dardanelles Strait near Istanbul, Turkey, where Olga, her husband and children shared three rooms with eleven other adults. Phenix, p. 132 After two weeks, they were evacuated to Belgrade in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes where she was visited by Regent Alexander Karageorgevich, later King Alexander I of Yugoslavia. Alexander offered the Grand Duchess and her family a permanent home, but Olga was summoned to Denmark by her mother. On Good Friday 1920, Olga and her family arrived in Copenhagen. They lived with the Dowager Empress Marie, at first at the Amalienborg Palace and then at the royal estate of Hvidøre (Hvidøre (building)), where Olga acted as her mother's secretary and companion. Vorres, pp. 167–171 In 2001, the partners opened a US$2.7 billion, wikipedia:Novorossiysk
for loose change while handing out Christian flyers to passers by. The family set out for California in order for the children to enter the entertainment industry. In West Los Angeles, Phoenix and her siblings would perform on the streets for crowds of people. Arlyn took a job at NBC and eventually secured all five Phoenix children with an agent. Legacy Kaiser was involved in building civic centers, roads, and schools. He was part of the consortium that constructed the Hoover Dam and Grand Coulee Dam. Kaiser is also noted for advancing medicine with the development and construction of several hospitals, medical centers and medical schools. His mining town of Eagle Mountain, California, part of the West Coast's first integrated mining processing operation linked by rail to his mill in Fontana, California, was the birthplace of '''Kaiser Permanente''', the first health maintenance organization. Fontana is now home to another public high school named in his honor. His grandson, Edgar F. Kaiser, Jr. (Edgar Kaiser), was the former President of Kaiser Steel. From 1981–1984, he also owned the Denver Broncos NFL (National Football League) franchise. Another grandson, also named Henry Kaiser (Henry Kaiser (musician)), is a widely known experimental guitarist. Other superspeedways used by NASCAR include the Michigan International Speedway (2.0 miles), Auto Club Speedway (2.0 miles) (Fontana, California), and Pocono Raceway (2.5 miles). Fontana and Michigan are often considered intermediate tracks due to their similarities with 1.5-mile tracks, while Pocono and Indianapolis are sometimes classified separately, as they are the only long, flat tracks on the schedule. Fontana, which pairs with Indianapolis as the only two superspeedways currently in use in the IZOD IndyCar Series (IndyCar Series), was the site of Gil de Ferran's (Gil de Ferran) qualifying lap of alias Born December 30, 1973 Fontana (Fontana, California), California death_date Several moderate-to-large-sized cities (Fontana (Fontana, California), Rialto (Rialto, California), Colton (Colton, California), and San Bernardino (San Bernardino, California)-the largest) are built on the ancient alluvial fan sediments left behind by Lytle Creek.
, is a popular Japanese (Japanese people) singer-songwriter and voice actress (Seiyū), affiliated with the talent agency I'm Enterprise
, her eccentric family set out on a journey in order to find the father. And we glimpse a fantastic central Asian reality, filled with small, unusual villages, falling-from-the-sky cattle and enormous flying bricks… Working for leading international news organizations in the 1990s, he also covered the wars and armed conflicts in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Chechnya, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Nagorno-Karabakh, Tajikistan and Transdniestria, as well as the Soviet coup attempt of 1991 and the Russian constitutional crisis of 1993. align center 6.3 Ma – 5 Ma Miocene, Messinian age Mediterranean Sea dries up (Messinian Event). 52-km Karakul (Karakul (Tajikistan)) crater in Tajikistan. Orrorin tugenensis, possible hominin (hominini) - '''Rogun Dam''' is an under construction dam on the Vakhsh River in southern Tajikistan. It is one of the planned hydroelectric power plants of Vakhsh Cascade. If finished, it would be the world's tallest dam (List_of_tallest_dams_in_the_world) with a height of WikiPedia:Tajikistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Tajikistan Commons:Category:Tajikistan
. Determined to protect their honor, her eccentric family set out on a journey in order to find the father. And we glimpse a fantastic central Asian reality, filled with small, unusual villages, falling-from-the-sky cattle and enormous flying bricks… '''Tursunbai Bakir Uulu''' (born March 17, 1958 in Kara-Suu, Osh Oblast) is a Kyrgyz (Kyrgyzstan) politician, former ombudsman and presidential (Kyrgyz presidential election, 2005) candidate. Commons:Category:Kyrgyzstan WikiPedia:Kyrgyzstan Dmoz:Regional Asia Kyrgyzstan
actress, daughter of an eccentric father, and sister to a mad brother, who falls for the lies of an actor in a theater company that passes through her village. After he promises to make her an actress because he knows Tom Cruise, Mamlakat sleeps with the guy. He’s gone in the morning – but leaves behind undeniable proof of the night's events: Mamlakat is pregnant. Determined to protect their honor, her eccentric family set out on a journey in order to find the father. And we glimpse a fantastic central Asian reality, filled with small, unusual villages, falling-from-the-sky cattle and enormous flying bricks… Azerbaijani Literature refers to the literature written in Azerbaijani (Azerbaijani language), which currently is the official state language of the Republic of Azerbaijan and is spoken by about a quarter of the population of Iran. Its closest relatives are Turkish (Turkish language) and Turkmen (Turkmen language). Azeri is a dialect of Oghuz (Oghuz languages) branch of Turkic languages, and as such, is mutually intelligible with other Oghuz dialects spoken in Turkey, Iran, Turkmenistan, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Russia, the Balkans and the Middle East. - valign "top" rowspan 2 Tashkent Open (2006 Tashkent Open) Commons:Category:Uzbekistan WikiPedia:Uzbekistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Uzbekistan
of three, that Phoenix (accompanied by elder brother River on guitar) first began to sing. Soon the other Phoenix children joined them and they would perform on the streets of Caracas, Venezuela for loose change while handing out Christian flyers to passers by. The family set out for California in order for the children to enter the entertainment industry. In West Los Angeles, Phoenix and her siblings would perform on the streets for crowds of people. Arlyn took a job at NBC and eventually secured all five Phoenix children with an agent. - 33. July 8, 2007 Estadio Monumental de Maturín, Maturín, Venezuela
. News reached the elder George Cannon and four years later, when Taylor came to Liverpool, the entire Cannon family was baptized (Baptism) into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Church of Christ (Latter Day Saints)); George Q. Cannon was 13 years old at the time. Cannon's siblings were Mary Alice Cannon (Lambert), Ann Cannon (Woodbury), Angus M. Cannon, David H. Cannon and Leonora Cannon (Gardner). In 1842, the Cannon family set sail for the United States to join with the church in Nauvoo, Illinois. On the voyage over the Atlantic Ocean, Cannon's mother died. The motherless family arrived safely in Nauvoo in the spring of 1843. George Sr. married Mary Edwards in 1844 and had another daughter, Elizabeth Cannon (Piggott). The Liberal candidate, Allen G. Campbell — with 1,357 votes — lost resoundingly to Cannon who had 18,567 votes. However, before Governor Murray certified the election, a protest on behalf of Campbell was filed. The protest listed a dozen claims, chiefly that Cannon, born in Liverpool, England, was an un-naturalized (Naturalization) alien (Alien (law)). The protest also claimed that Cannon's practice of polygamy (Plural marriage) was incompatible with the law and a delegate's oath of office. Murray agreed and issued certification to Campbell in spite of his poor showing. DATE OF BIRTH January 11, 1827 PLACE OF BIRTH Liverpool, England DATE OF DEATH April 12, 1901 Biography Born on 24 June 1982 in Liverpool, Merseyside, Nolan was brought up by a football playing family in Toxteth, Commons:category:Liverpool Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Merseyside Liverpool Wikipedia:Liverpool
'' Marriage of the Virgin Mary Chapel in the Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna, officiated by Cardinal Franz Nagl. The '''Ernst-Kirchweger-Haus''' ('''EKH''') is a building in Vienna's 10th district, Favoriten. The Habib family set up offices in Vienna and Geneva as early as 1912 and incorporated Habib and Sons in 1921, which dealt in brass, metal scraps and gold with "Lion of Ali" & Zulfiqar embossed on it. The Habib Bank still uses this as its insignia