Virginia State Lottery

for approximately 8 percent of school funding in Virginia. That brought total Lottery profits in Virginia (from 1989 to June 2014) to more than $9.5 billion. Daily draw games include Pick 3, Pick 4

, and Cash 5 (Fantasy 5); each of which is drawn twice daily. The Virginia Lottery also offers numerous scratchers. It is one of 46 lotteries which sells Mega Millions tickets, and one of 47 offering Powerball. ''Decades of Dollars'' is drawn Mondays and Thursdays; Mega Millions (#Mega Millions) is drawn Tuesdays and Fridays, while Powerball (#Powerball) is drawn Wednesdays and Saturdays. The Lottery maintains elaborate security procedures to protect the integrity of its games

archiveurl http: web 20120603053301 https: promotion teacher drawings.asp archivedate 2012-06-03 title Super Teacher publisher Virginia State Lottery accessdate 2013-12-17 Games The Virginia Lottery gives top-prize winners of certain games a choice of cash or annuity. When a top-prize winner of Powerball, Mega Millions, or ''Decades of Dollars'' is claimed, the Lottery purchases sufficient US Government bonds to cover the prize. If the cash option


Sports Almería hosted the Mediterranean Games in 2005. The city has 2 football teams: UD Almería, which plays in Spanish First División (La Liga) following promotion in 2013 and CP

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Mediterranean Games 2005 Mediterranean Games in Almería, Spain ranking 14th in the women's individual category. With the Turkish team, she won silver medal. Keskin Şatır participated at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain ranking 11th place. With the Turkish team, she won silver medal. Filming Exterior filming mostly took place in Andalucía, Spain. Some of the locations used previously featured in Leone's

Squaw Valley, Placer County, California

unincorporated community located in Placer County northwest of Tahoe City along California State Highway 89 (California State Route 89) on the banks of the Truckee River near Lake Tahoe. It is home to Squaw Valley Ski Resort, the site of the 1960 Winter Olympics. Olympic Valley is the smallest resort area to host the Olympic Winter Games.

: news places-squaw-valley title PLACES: Squaw Valley publisher Tahoetopia accessdate September 7, 2014 In 1954, Cushing began lobbying the International Olympic Committee to host the 1960 Olympic Winter games after he saw an article in the ''San Francisco Chronicle'' that detailed Reno, Nevada's bid to host the games. Innsbruck, Austria was Squaw Valley's biggest competitor in the running for the 1960 Winter Games

, and Squaw Valley won the right to host the games by a vote of 32-30 on the second ballot. The 1960 Winter Olympics were the first Winter Olympics to be televised live and attracted millions of viewers. Olympic Valley entered into what was termed a "renaissance" following the acquisition of Squaw Valley Ski Resort by KSL Capital Partners in 2010.

South San Francisco, California

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, California page 46 Tom Hall drew inspiration from ''Chrono Trigger'' and other console games in creating ''Anachronox'', and used the campfire scene to illustrate the dramatic depth of Japanese RPGs.

-16 accessdate 2010-08-06 listed him as the seventh best dog in video games, stating that even though he is annoying, he is ballsy enough to laugh at someone with a loaded rifle. GameDaily listed the dog as the third greatest in-game moment.


skiing , alpine skiing and also ski jumping are practiced in the downtown area. In international sports, the town is also known for having hosted the inaugural Winter Paralympic Games, in 1976 (1976 Winter Paralympics). The 2008 European Curling Championships also took place there. Since Örnsköldsvik is a coastal town, there are also beaches near town, as well as campsites. There is also an indoor water park called Paradisbadet, with one of the longest water slides

: Turism Home.html Örnsköldsvik Tourist Information * article ''Örnsköldsvik'' from Nordisk Familjebok (1922).

– Oulu – Kokkola – Vaasa – Pori – Turku The first Winter Paralympic Games were held in 1976 (1976 Winter Paralympics) in Örnsköldsvik, Sweden. This was the first Paralympics in which multiple categories of athletes with disabilities could compete. The Winter Games

Nationalsozialistischer Reichsbund für Leibesübungen

Army parent_agency Reich Ministry of the Interior (nominally) child1_agency child2_agency child3_agency child4_agency website footnotes thumb Berlin, gate of the Olympic Stadium (File:Berlin olympiastadion main entrance olympic rings dec 2004.jpg) thumb DRL membership booklet cover. The German eagle became the emblem of the DRL after the 1936 Olympic Games. (File:DRLmembership-booklet.png) File:ArnoBrekerDiePartei.jpg thumb The idea

(1944–1945). History Forerunner organizations The 1916 Summer Olympics had been awarded to Berlin, but were canceled because of the duration of World War I. The ''Deutscher Reichsausschuss für Olympische Spiele (Deutsche Reichsausschuss für Leibesübungen)'' (DRA or DRAfOS) ''"German Imperial Commission for Olympic Games"'', was the German Olympic Sports organization at that time. In 1917 the "German Imperial Commission for Olympic Games" was renamed

by a hurriedly-instituted three-men commission. Thus, in April 1933, Hans von Tschammer und Osten, a figure formerly unknown in German sports, was named ''Reichskommissar für Turnen und Sport'' (Commissioner for Gymnastics and Sports of the Reich). Von Tschammer, however, would keep his predecessor in a high position in the sports body, and years later he would appoint Theodor Lewald as president of the Organizing Committee of the Berlin Olympic Games. Hans von Tschammer und Osten


population residing in Doha or its surrounding suburbs, and is also the economic centre of the country. It is also one of the municipalities of Qatar. Doha also serves as the seat of government of Qatar. Doha is home to the Education City, an area devoted to research and education. Doha was the site of the first ministerial-level meeting of the Doha Development Round of World Trade Organization negotiations. The city of Doha held the 2006 Asian Games, the largest Asian

Games of the series held to that time. Doha also hosted the 2011 Pan Arab Games and most of the games at the 2011 AFC Asian Cup. Doha hosted the UNFCCC Climate Negotiations (COP 18) (2012 United Nations Climate Change Conference) December 2012 and will host a large number of the venues for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The World Petroleum Council held the 20th World Petroleum Conference in Doha in December 2011.

Lusail City (Lusail). Ownership by foreigners in Qatar entitles them to a renewable residency permit, which allows them to live and work in Qatar. Each month, thousands immigrate to Qatar, and as a result, Doha has witnessed explosive growth rates in population. Doha's population currently stands at around one million,


District Songdo International City as its new investment destination for its bio industry. As an international city, Incheon has held numerous large scale international conferences, such as the Incheon Global Fair & Festival in 2009. The 17th Asian Games (2014 Asian Games) Incheon 2014 was also held in Incheon on September 19, 2014. Incheon has established itself as a major transportation hub in northeast Asia with the world renowned Incheon International Airport and Incheon Port

2009 09 203_49336.html title Spotlight on Women Artists at Incheon Biennale date 2009-07-30 publisher ''Korea Times'' and 2011. Incheon has also won the bid to host the Asian Games in 2014. Education On February 27, 2007, Incheon declared itself an "English City," and inaugurated the "Incheon Free English Zone" program. The goal of the program is to make Incheon as much an English speaking city as Hong Kong and Singapore are.

Christianity (22.4% Protestantism and 13.7% Catholicism (Catholic Church)) and 13.8% follow Buddhism. 50.1% of the population is mostly not religious or follow Muism and other indigenous religions. Sports thumb Incheon Asiad Main Stadium (File:Incheon Asiad Main Stadium.jpg), main stadium of 2014 Asian Games Incheon is home to the following professional and semi professional sports teams: '''Football (Soccer)''' The K-League

Merritt, British Columbia

: 2013 07 03 bass-coast-2013 Sports Merritt is home to the longest continuously run franchise in the British Columbia Hockey League, the Merritt Centennials. The Cents (Merritt Centennials) moved to the Nicola Valley from White Rock (White Rock, British Columbia) midway through the 1973-74 season. The Centennials (Merritt Centennials) play all home games at the city-run Nicola Valley Memorial Arena and their season runs from early September

in Kamloops in 1961 and moved to White Rock (White Rock, British Columbia) in 1973 when the WCHL (Western Hockey League)'s Vancouver Nats moved to Kamloops and became the Chiefs (Kamloops Chiefs). The Centennials settled in Merritt midway through the 1973-74 season. They play their home games at the Nicola Valley Memorial Arena. The following season, things got a bit better for the Cents in the standings. Although they finished last in the Interior Division yet again, they managed

to avoid the league basement. Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia) went 26-38-2, ending up well ahead of the last place Nanaimo Clippers. Zelinski (Darrel Zelinski) continued his torrid scoring pace, finishing fifth in league scoring with 50 goals, 61 assists, and 111 points in 66 games. In the playoffs, Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia) once again locked horns with the Kelowna (Kelowna Buckaroos) squad in the first round and again the Buckaroos (Kelowna Buckaroos) proved to be too


* * Universities in Abuja, Nigeria

; ref * Nairobi, Kenya (CNBC Africa) * Abuja, Nigeria (CNBC Africa) * Lagos, Nigeria (CNBC Africa) The Nigerian capital, Abuja, planned to present a bid to become the first African city to stage the Olympic Games, but ended up not filling its application.

-20 accessdate 2007-03-27 In Asia, three cities were interested in holding the Games, but did not officially submit a bid: Hyderabad (Hyderabad, India), New Delhi,

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