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Tokyo

-24 DATE OF DEATH 2006-9-24 PLACE OF DEATH Tokyo, Japan birth_date birth_place Tokyo, Japan death_date Life and career Rie Miyazawa was born in Tokyo and raised by her mother. Since her debut at age 11 in an advertisement for Kit Kat, she has many films, television shows, commercials, stage appearances and photo books to her credit. She starred in the children's comedy ''Bokura no Nanokakan Senso'' (''Seven Days

of the largest independent video distributors in the U.S., relying on acquired films, television programs, and children's programs to establish a library of product. Some releases from the company included the original ''Halloween (Halloween (1978 film))'', the majority of the ''Peanuts'' specials (up to 1984), ''The Adventures of the Wilderness Family'', ''Enemies, A Love Story (Enemies, a Love Story (film))'', ''I Come in Peace'', some films from the Cannon Films library, and all of the ''Nightmare on Elm Street (A Nightmare on Elm Street (franchise))'' films in the 1980s. Today Hagen lives in the Tokyo neighborhood of Aoyama and, because Japan does not have an extradition treaty with Italy, cannot be extradited. A successful businessman, he directs from Tokyo several import-export firms in Asia and in Europe. This is a two-man play that is given dimension through film. The play was originally performed at '''Parco Theatre''' in Shibuya (Shibuya, Tokyo), Tokyo, Japan in 1997 with high acclaim. '''Gerhard Heinrich Dieke''', (Rheda, Germany, 1901–Aberdeen, Scotland, August 26, 1965 was a German U.S. (United States of America) physicist. He was a pioneer in investigating the structure of atoms and molecules by spectroscopic methods. Dieke studied at the University of Leiden under Paul Ehrenfest, and received a Ph.D. in physics at the University of California in 1926. After completing his graduate studies, he worked at the Institute of Physical and Chemical Research in Tokyo and in 1929 he was Dirk Coster's assistant at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. Dieke joined the Department of Physics at Johns Hopkins University in 1930 as an associate professor, and he later served as chairman of the department, 1950-1965. External links background group_or_band origin Tokyo, Japan years_active 1998–present *Rose Garden (Rose Garden (arena)), Portland, OR (Portland, Oregon) *Saitama Super Arena, Tokyo, Japan *Scottrade Center, St. Louis, MO (St. Louis, Missouri) ''' WikiPedia:Tokyo Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan Prefectures Tokyo Commons:Category:Tokyo


Toronto

Centreville , Newfoundland and Labrador and studied acting at Sir Wilfred Grenfell College in Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador from 1997-2001. He moved to Toronto, Ontario in 2001 to pursue his career in acting. In his short time living there he appeared in several films, television roles and stage productions and even co-founded a theatre group called ''The Young Company''. While attending the University of Alberta in Edmonton, he became involved in the local food bank, eventually becoming its first executive director in 1983. In 1986, he moved to Toronto to run the Daily Bread Food Bank and did so until he entered politics, in 1996. After moving to Ontario, Kennedy was the executive director of Toronto's ''Daily Bread Food Bank'' from 1986 to 1996. The food bank distributed $30 million worth of food each year without government funding; 150,000 people are estimated to have used its services every month. Kennedy was named in ''Toronto Life'' Magazine's list of fifty influential people in 1992, and was named newsmaker of the year by the ''Toronto Star'' in 1993. Kennedy was also given an honourable mention in the ''Financial Post Magazine'''s C.E.O. awards in 1995. Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto


Canada

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), which are worn only during ceremonies. '''Canadian popular culture''' (or pop culture) is the vernacular (people's) culture that prevails in Canadian (Canada) society. Canadian popular culture is influenced by Canada's British (Great Britain) and French (France) ancestry. Canadian pop culture is also influenced by the United States, which borders Canada to the south; US films, television shows and magazines dominate the Canadian media system. However, Canadians themselves play

in the comedy films ''Semi-Pro'', ''Blades of Glory'', and ''Hot Rod (Hot Rod (film))''. He starred in 2006's ''Let's Go to Prison'' and 2007's ''The Brothers Solomon''. Arnett has also done work as a voiceover artist for commercials, films, television programs, and video games. He is currently starring in the NBC show ''Up All Night (Up All Night (TV series))'' as Chris Brinkley. '''Eastern Ontario''' (census population 1,603,625 in 2006) is a subregion of Southern Ontario


Wales

November 2010. (http: www.thisissouthwales.co.uk news Contributing-community article-2819953-detail article.html?cacheBust DX3hHkdsXSXz&success true) '''Lisa Rogers''' (born 7 September 1971) is a Welsh (Wales) television presenter and occasional actress. She has appeared in films, television programmes, theatre and radio. ::The UK (United Kingdom) has a Parliament (Parliament of the United Kingdom); Scotland has a Scottish Parliament Parliament


Berlin

which he and his wife considered obscure and remote), he was elected to a chair of Philosophy at the newly-founded University of Hamburg in 1919, where he lectured until 1933, and supervised the doctoral thesis of Leo Strauss, among others. Because he was Jewish, Cassirer was forced to leave Germany when the Nazi (Nazism)s came to power. The film has influenced or else been referenced in contemporary films, television shows, and songs. In Sofia Coppola's ''Lost in Translation (Lost in Translation (film))'' (2003), Kelly's interview for ''LIT'' resembles Sylvia's interview scenes in ''La dolce vita''. Charlotte and Bob later meet in the middle of the night and watch the famous Trevi Fountain sequence while drinking sake. Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


Greece

''', is a Greek (Greece) actress. She took part in many Greek films, television series, and various theatre performances in Greece and abroad, including the Canadian film ''Sex and the Single Sailor''. Commons:Category:Greece Wikipedia:Greece Dmoz:Regional Europe Greece


Mexico

areas to produce films, television programs and commercials elsewhere in the United States and Canada. However, many studios still operate in Los Angeles, such as CBS Television City at the corner of Fairfax Avenue and Beverly Boulevard and 20th Century Fox in Century City. *''Cannabis (Religious use of cannabis)'', which grows all over the world except in very cold climates, is used in religious practices in Indian and African communities *Certain psychedelic mushrooms are used by Indians in Latin America, especially in the state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico


Netherlands

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United States

in English (English language) films, television shows, and magazines — is often overshadowed by imports from the United States. Television, magazines, and newspapers are primarily for-profit corporations based on advertising, subscription, and other sales-related revenues. Nevertheless, both the television broadcasting and publications sectors require a number of government interventions to remain profitable, ranging from regulation that bars foreign companies in the broadcasting industry

British and French (France) ancestry. Canadian pop culture is also influenced by the United States, which borders Canada to the south; US films, television shows and magazines dominate the Canadian media system. However, Canadians themselves play a large role in the US entertainment industry as leading actors, actresses, writers, directors, producers, technical crews, as well as providing film locations (though rarely if ever will the setting be Canadian). Canadian pop culture is also

, 1959) is a Tony, Grammy, Emmy winning and Oscar nominated American (United States) composer, lyricist, arranger, and performer for films, television, and theatre. He is perhaps best known for writing the music and co-writing the lyrics for the Broadway (Broadway theatre) musical version (Hairspray (musical)) of the cult John Waters (John Waters (filmmaker)) film ''Hairspray (Hairspray (1988 film))''. '''Territories of the United States''' are one of the four


France

) is the vernacular (people's) culture that prevails in Canadian (Canada) society. Canadian popular culture is influenced by Canada's British (Great Britain) and French (France) ancestry. Canadian pop culture is also influenced by the United States, which borders Canada to the south; US films, television shows and magazines dominate the Canadian media system. However, Canadians themselves play a large role in the US entertainment industry as leading actors, actresses, writers, directors, producers, technical crews, as well as providing film locations (though rarely if ever will the setting be Canadian). Canadian pop culture is also influenced by the diverse cultures of its immigrant communities, which include substantial populations from China and India.'"; Name and discovery The mineral was first described in 1899 by French scientists M. M. C. Freidel and E. Cumenge, who identified it in specimens from Roc Creek in Montrose County, Colorado, United States. Robert J. Wright and Donald L. Everhart (1960) ''Uranium'', in ''Mineral Resources of Colorado First Sequel'', State of Colorado Mineral Resources Board, p.330-331. It is named for Marie Adolphe Carnot (1839 - 1920), French (France) mining engineer and chemist. Summary The preamble of the constitution recalls the ''Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen'' from 1789 and establishes France as a secular and democratic (democracy) country, deriving its sovereignty from the people. It tells the story John Renshaw Starr, an officer of the British Special Operations Executive sent to establish the Acrobat Network in north-eastern France during the Second World War. The '''Battle of the Saintes''' (known to the French as the '''Bataille de la Dominique''', or '''Battle of Dominica''') took place over 4 days, 9 April 1782 – 12 April 1782, during the American War of Independence, and was a victory of a British (Kingdom of Great Britain) fleet under Admiral Sir George Rodney over a French (France) fleet under the Comte de Grasse forcing the French and Spanish to abandon a planned invasion of Jamaica. Colchicine was first isolated in 1820 by the French (France) chemists P.S. Pelletier and J. Caventon. Pelletier PS, Caventon J. Ann. Chim. Phys. 1820;14:69. In 1833, P.L. Geiger purified an active ingredient, which he named colchicine. 81. Geiger, P. L. Ann. Chem. Pharm. (later, Liebigs .Vnn.) 7:274. 1833. The chemical was later Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


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