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Habiganj District

Film Award for Best Investigative Film , National Film Award for Best Short Fiction Film, Natore District, Navaly Church massacre, Nawabganj District, Netrokona District, Nilgiri (Leander) Class, Nilima Ibrahim, Nilphamari District, Other characters (Suikoden), P. C. Sorcar, Pabna District, Panchagarh District, Pasban e Sahaba, Patuakhali District, Pirojpur District, Punjabi Students Association, Puthi, Raja Ka Tal


Port Coquitlam

, winning three national championships. DATE OF DEATH 28 June 1981 PLACE OF DEATH Port Coquitlam, British Columbia In the media Gunnison County is the setting of the science fiction film ''Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem'', although the film was actually shot in the towns of Port Coquitlam and Port Moody, British Columbia.


Port Moody

a replacement for the Port Mann Bridge, as part of the Provincial Government's Gateway Program. In the media Gunnison County is the setting of the science fiction film ''Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem'', although the film was actually shot in the towns of Port Coquitlam and Port Moody, British Columbia.


Khulna

-Feature Film , National Film Award for Best Investigative Film, National Film Award for Best Short Fiction Film, Natore District, Navaly Church massacre, Nawabganj District, Netrokona District, Nilgiri (Leander) Class, Nilima Ibrahim, Nilphamari District, Other characters (Suikoden), P. C. Sorcar, Pabna District, Panchagarh District, Pasban e Sahaba, Patuakhali District, Pirojpur District, Punjabi Students Association, Puthi


Greater Tokyo Area

would only handle 1 47th of the Greater Tokyo Area's population. Statistics Bureau of Japan The idea partially stems from the fictional architectural marvel of the Tyrell Corporation, which appears in the science fiction film ''Blade Runner'' (1982), as a duo of futuristic pyramidal structures. *Keikyu Main Line, Sengakuji Station (found) Fg2 (User:Fg2) 11:59, 10 March 2006 (UTC


Giza

kokusei 2000 guide 2-01.htm#pos4 Statistics Bureau of Japan The idea partially stems from the fictional architectural marvel of the Tyrell Corporation, which appears in the science fiction film ''Blade Runner'' (1982), as a duo of futuristic pyramidal structures. * Eurythmics - United Kingdom * Jean Michel Jarre - performing near the pyramids at Giza, Egypt * Manic Street Preachers - Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom *The historical exhibition “Palace


Peterborough, Ontario

the information needs of the community. The Main Library was recently used for the filming of the 2008 American science fiction film Jumper (Jumper (film)). '' Peterborough is home to a disproportionately


Cali

the first fiction film appeared, titled"María (María (film))" (no copies of this film exist anymore). The film was directed by Máximo Calvo Olmedo an Spanish (Spanish people) immigrant who worked as film distributor in Panama and was hired to travel to the city of Cali where he would direct and manage the photography of this film based on the novel by Jorge Isaacs, ''María (María (novel))''.


Guinea-Bissau

Gomes's ''Mortu Nega'' (''Death Denied'') (1988) ''Mortu Nega''. California Newsreel. Newsreel.org. Retrieved on 22 June 2013. was the first fiction film and the second feature film ever made in Guinea-Bissau. (The first feature film was ''N’tturudu'', by director Umban u’Kest in 1987.) At FESPACO 1989, ''Mortu Nega'' won the prestigious Oumarou Ganda Prize. Mortu Nega is in Creole with English subtitles. In 1992, Gomes directed ''Udju Azul di Yonta'', ''Udju Azul di Yonta''. California Newsreel. Newsreel.org. Retrieved on 22 June 2013. which was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1992 Cannes Film Festival.


Port of Spain

other notable acting roles were in the 1973 science fiction film ''Battle for the Planet of the Apes'', the 1974 disaster film ''Airport 1975'', and the 1977 television mini-series ''''Roots'' (Roots (TV miniseries))''. DATE OF BIRTH October 7, 1943 PLACE OF BIRTH Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago DATE OF DEATH '''Jack Mollinson Noreiga''' (April 15, 1936, Saint Joseph, Trinidad and Tobago – August 8, 2003, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago) was a West Indian (West Indian cricket team) cricketer who played in four Tests (Test cricket) in 1971. Durani was the hero of India's series victory against England in 1961-62. He took 8 and 10 wickets in their wins at Calcutta and Madras respectively. Also, a decade later he was instrumental in India's victory against West Indies at Port of Spain having taken wickets of Clive Lloyd and Gary Sobers. http: www.espncricinfo.com india content current story 517352.html Alongside his international commissions, Adjayes work spans exhibitions, private homes and artist collaborations. He built homes for the designer Alexander McQueen, artist Jake Chapman, photographer Juergen Teller, actor Ewan McGregor, and artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster. For artist Chris Ofili, he designed a new studio and a beach house in Port of Spain. Where In The World Is David Adjaye? ''W Magazine''. He worked with Ofili to create an environment for the Upper Room (The Upper Room (paintings)), which was later acquired by Tate Britain and caused a nationwide media debate (Tate's purchase of The Upper Room). He also collaborated with artist Olafur Eliasson to create a light installation, ''Your black horizon'', at the 2005 Venice Biennale. He has also worked on the art project ''Sankalpa'' with director Shekhar Kapur. David Adjaye: Downfall of the showman ''The Independent''. Adjaye coauthored two seasons of BBC's Dreamspaces television series and hosts a BBC radio programme. In June 2005, he presented the documentary, Building Africa: Architecture of a Continent. David Adjaye In 2008, he participated in Manifesta 7. David Adjaye manifesta7. Future Plans The Government of Guyana has begun discussions with the government of India for a possible line of credit to fund massive modifications and upgrade of Guyana’s main port of entry, the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA). Likely to cost millions of dollars, the project would see expansion of the airport area, and construction of a modern terminal and a four-lane access road to the airport from the Soesdyke-Linden Highway, according to inside sources. The new airport is also likely to include cold- storage facilities to accommodate exportation of more agricultural produce from Guyana. Designs for some of these works and other preparatory activities have reportedly started, while moves are afoot to identify the needed financial resources. The Guyana government plans to implement this major development step by step. Speaking at a recent forum at the International Conference Centre at Liliendaal, East Coast Demerara, President Jagdeo told the gathering about plans to triple the size of the CJIA to include eight air bridges so that at least eight aircraft can land or take off at the same time. He also mentioned that the runaway would be extended and the airport’s general aesthetics improved, so the CJIA can be an attraction for both locals and tourists. He highlighted the establishment of a four-lane road to the airport to accommodate the anticipated increase in traffic when the airport has been modified. This substantial investment, the head of state said, is to complement a string of other developmental projects currently taking place and some still in the pipelines for Guyana. Earlier in the year, this newspaper reported that, according to sources, the government was considering making Guyana a hub for international traffic, a move that would see CJIA facilitating larger aircraft and more air traffic. Currently, Piarco Airport in Port of Spain, Trinidad, is the closest international hub in the Caribbean. Making Guyana an international hub would enable this country to earn a lot more from aircraft landings and other services offered by airports, while encouraging more visitors. Aviation sources have estimated that an airport development of the magnitude envisaged could cost Guyana between US$50 million and US$100 million. To date, the authorities have not yet finalised the cost of the project, but they have been identifying the sources of funding to execute the upgrade. The current airport upgrade plan includes expanding the existing runway to approximately 10,000 feet to accommodate larger aircraft. This longer runway would also require redesigning the existing terminal building to effectively process the increased number of passengers and cargo. With regard to extension of the terminal, an assessment is expected shortly to look at not only enlarging the existing building, but relocating the existing concessions and food courts, and access roadways for arrivals and departures. Already, the government has allocated Gy$178 million to start preparatory work on designing the extension of the CJIA airstrip by 3500 feet to accommodate Boeing 747-400 aircraft. The sum also covers designs for expansion of the arrival and departure lounges with attendant air bridges. The Boeing 747-400 aircraft is not only larger, but also heavier, and therefore requires longer runways. With seating for a maximum of 624 people, the 747-400 can fly nonstop for 7,670 nautical miles, or 14,200 kilometres, depending on the model. The CJIA runway is about 7,500 feet and usually accommodates landing of the Boeing 767, which accommodates between 181 and 375 passengers. These and other comprehensive studies for the proposed multi-million-dollar project may take no less than three months to be undertaken, and would allow the government to make informed decisions on the airport’s development. WikiPedia:Port of Spain Commons:Port of Spain zh:西班牙港


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