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Tatarstan

groups west of the Urals. All of these, to extents, impact on Sainkho's voice, although the Siberian influences dominate: her thesis produced while studying voice, first at the University of Kyzyl, then in the Gnesins Institute (Gnessin State Musical College) in Moscow during the 1980s focussed on Lamaistic and cult musics of minority groups across Siberia, and her music frequently shows tendencies towards Tungus-style imitative singing. '''Speranskaya


Chengdu

a long history, the buildings are modern, cheaply-made concrete constructions, and it quite frequently shows. The statues inside are also cheap modern constructions of no real interest. A teahouse and a vegetarian restaurant can be found within the temple complex. *


Mongolia

groups across Siberia, and her music frequently shows tendencies towards Tungus-style imitative singing. Foreign service BTR-60 APCs were employed widely both by the Soviet Army and by more than thirty export customers. Operators of the BTR-60 have included Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Bhutan, Botswana, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Congo (Republic of the Congo), Cuba, Djibouti, East Germany, Ethiopia, Finland


White House

Television frequently shows footage of meetings ''inside'' the compound, but limits its coverage largely to views of the interior of buildings. Bush holiday cards After U.S. President (President of the United States) George W. Bush used the term "Holidays" instead of "Christmas" on the White House 2005 Christmas cards, Donohue stated "The Bush administration has suffered a loss of will and...they have capitulated to the worst elements in our culture." Davis, Matthew Lines drawn in battle over Christmas, BBC News, December 10, 2005 During this time, part of her work concerned the determination of the use of aluminum tubes (Iraqi aluminum tubes) purchased by Iraq. David Corn, "What Valerie Plame Really Did at the CIA", ''The Nation'' (web only), September 6, 2006. citing information in the book ''Hubris: The Inside Story of Spin, Scandal, and the Selling of the Iraq War'', co-written by Corn and Michael Isikoff. CIA analysts prior to the Iraq invasion were quoted by the White House as believing that Iraq was trying to acquire nuclear weapons and that these aluminum tubes could be used in a centrifuge for nuclear enrichment. ''Attachment A: Unclassified Report to Congress on the Acquisition of Technology Relating to Weapons of Mass Destruction and Advanced Conventional Munitions, July 1 Through 31 December 200 2 '', Office of the Directorate of Central Intelligence (ODCI), CIA, Dec. 2002, accessed October 27, 2006. ''Unclassified Report to Congress: on the Acquisition of Technology Relating to Weapons of Mass Destruction and Advanced Conventional Munitions, January 1 Through June 30, 2002'', Office of the Directorate of Central Intelligence (ODCI), CIA, June 2002, accessed October 27, 2006. David Corn and Michael Isikoff argued that the undercover work being done by Plame and her CIA colleagues in the Directorate of Central Intelligence Nonproliferation (Nuclear proliferation) Center strongly contradicted such a claim. However, the CIA was concerned enough to send Plame's husband, Joseph C. Wilson, to Niger in 2002 to investigate the potential sale of nuclear materials from Niger to Iraq. WikiPedia:White House, Tennessee Dmoz:Regional North_America United_States Tennessee Localities W White_House


Beijing

-to-day administrative activities inside the compound, such as meetings with foreign dignitaries. China Central Television frequently shows footage of meetings ''inside'' the compound, but limits its coverage largely to views of the interior of buildings. After the Ming Dynasty moved its capital to Beijing, construction on the existing Imperial Palace (Forbidden City) began in 1406. The Ming palace was to the south of the Yuan palace. As a result, a new Southern Sea was dug to the south of the old lake. The excavated soil, together with that from construction of the moat, was piled up to form Jingshan (Jingshan Park), a hill to the north of the Forbidden City. At this time, the three lakes were connected and were collectively called the Taiye Lake. The three lakes were divided by bridges. The lakes were part of an extensive royal park to the west of the Imperial Palace. foundation 1951 location Beijing, China (People's Republic of China) key_people Xiang Junbo (Chairman) Zhang Yun (Zhang Yun (businessman)) (President) '''Agricultural Bank of China Limited''' ('''ABC''', Wikipedia:Beijing Dmoz:Regional Asia China Beijing commons:北京


Moscow

studying voice, first at the University of Kyzyl, then in the Gnesins Institute (Gnessin State Musical College) in Moscow during the 1980s focussed on Lamaistic and cult musics of minority groups across Siberia, and her music frequently shows tendencies towards Tungus-style imitative singing. death_date death_place Moscow, Russian SFSR occupation Author Literary legacy Yerofeyev is best known for his 1969 poem


Ukraine

the Ukraine, Tatarstan and other minority groups west of the Urals. All of these, to extents, impact on Sainkho's voice, although the Siberian influences dominate: her thesis produced while studying voice, first at the University of Kyzyl, then in the Gnesins Institute (Gnessin State Musical College) in Moscow during the 1980s focussed on Lamaistic and cult musics of minority groups across Siberia, and her music frequently shows tendencies towards Tungus-style imitative singing


Italy

Italian fare. Their Sbarro Italian Delicatessen in Brooklyn was well received by the local community and was the first of a successful chain. '''Powerglide''' ('''Jumbo''' in Italy)'s original bio characterized him as somewhat of a show-off. He is one of the few Autobots able to fly, and takes full advantage of this, using massive bursts of acceleration to outpace his opponents. He also frequently shows off to both his friends and foes, outwitting them with his great maneuverability. He transforms into an A-10 Thunderbolt II Warthog (A-10 Thunderbolt II) airplane, but on the ground he is relatively weak. Powerglide's personality and speech pattern is based on the fictional character of Ralph Kramden. Andersson has long been active in the contemporary music field, and has played a significant role in the creation of the modern guitar repertoire. He studied at the Trinity College of Music, London, and at the Viotti Music Academy in Vercelli, Italy. In 1984 Magnus Andersson founded the guitar class at the International Summer Courses for New Music in Darmstadt (Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik), where he taught until 1996. He teaches at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Royal College of Music in Stockholm - Guitar Department and is a founding member of the innovative chamber music group Ensemble SON and was artistic director of the 2006 and 2008 Stockholm New Music Festival. In 1940, he returned to Canada and joined the announcing staff of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. In 1943, he enlisted in the Canadian Army serving in North Africa and Italy during World War II in the signal corps. '''Luca Agamennoni''' (born August 8, 1980 in Livorno) is an Italian (Italy) silver medal (silver) and bronze medal winner for rowing (Sport rowing) in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing and 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. Sometime before July 1999, Fancy departed Harmony for a prestigious school, either boarding or a university, and did not return until June 2005. Fancy did eventually make it to college, but, according to Ivy, she has yet to complete her degree (academic degree). It was originally said in 2005 that Fancy later made her way to Italy with her sister sometime in 2004 or 2005, with the two parting ways after Pretty fell in love with an Italian nobleman, although the revelation of Fancy and Pretty's feud in 2007 seems to have created a retcon (retroactive continuity). '''Matteo Brighi''' (born February 14, 1981 in Rimini, Rimini, Italy) is an Italian (Italy) football (football (soccer)) player. He currently plays as a midfielder for Serie A club Atalanta (Atalanta B.C). Brighi was named Serie A Young Footballer of the Year in 2002. Brighi is noted for his stamina, tackling, and aerial abilities. '''Matteo Brighi''' (born February 14, 1981 in Rimini, Rimini, Italy) is an Italian (Italy) football (football (soccer)) player. He currently plays as a midfielder for Serie A club Atalanta (Atalanta B.C). Brighi was named Serie A Young Footballer of the Year in 2002. Brighi is noted for his stamina, tackling, and aerial abilities. 100px left (Image:HugoKoblet.jpg) ...that Swiss (Switzerland) cyclist '''Hugo Koblet''', a Tour de France winner and the first non-Italian (Italy) to win the Giro d'Italia, died at age thirty-nine under mysterious circumstances? The '''Calore Irpino''' or '''Calore Beneventano''' or '''Calore River''' is a river in southwestern Italy. It rises from the Monte Cervialto (1,809 m) in the Monti Picentini sub-range of the Apennine Mountains. The river flows first in the province of Avellino, and then in that of Benevento, before flowing into the Volturno. In ancient times it was known as '''Calor'''. Early life and military service Georg Luger was born in Steinach am Brenner, Tyrol (County of Tyrol) to Dr. Bartholomaeus von Luger, M.D. a surgeon. Georg grew up with Italian as his second mother tongue and finished school and ''Gymnasium'' (tertiary prep high school) in Padua, Italy. After graduation, his parents sent him to Vienna, where he studied at the ''Wiener Handelsakademie'' (Vienna Commercial School), the predecessor organization to today's Vienna Business School. The '''Sele''' is a river in southwestern Italy. Originating from the Monti Picentini in Caposele Meaning "top of the Sele" , it flows through the region of Campania, in the provinces of Salerno (Province of Salerno) and Avellino (Province of Avellino). Its mouth is in the Gulf of Salerno on Tyrrhenian Sea, at the borders between the municipalities of Eboli and Capaccio (not too far from Paestum), in the beginning point of Cilentan Coast. An opera house is a theatre constructed specifically for opera (operas). The first opera house was the Teatro San Cassiano in Venice, Italy, which opened in 1637.


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