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Kingston upon Hull

with the Larkin25 events including poetry readings, a Larkin tourist trail and a 'Plague of Toads' sculpture trail recalling Larkin's poem, 'Toads'. A statue of Larkin will later be unveiled at Paragon Interchange. The city has in recent years branded itself as the "Pioneering City", and this claim is backed up by a list of many firsts originating on Humberside. The technology for Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), for example, was discovered and refined at the University of Hull in the late 1960s. The city is also a UK leader in the development of broadband and telecoms technology. In 2007 Kingston-Upon-Hull celebrated another of its numerous remarkable achievements when it commemorated the life of its greatest son William Wilberforce and celebrated his starring role in the abolition of the British slave trade which in turn changed the face of world history. There was a wide range of events across the city. Tourist information * WikiPedia:Kingston upon Hull Commons:Category:Kingston upon Hull


Hamilton, Ontario

Gilbert has been living in Hamilton since 2004 with his partner, artist Ian Jarvis. Tomasic was born in northern Greece on September 15, 1961, and moved to Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario) with her family when she was two years old (''Hamilton Spectator'', 18 May 1996). She began working as a bank manager in 1984, and had become a senior assistant branch manager with Royal Bank (Royal Bank of Canada) by the mid-1990s. She was also a part-time student at McMaster University in this period, working toward a Bachelor of Arts degree (''Hamilton Spectator'', 27 May 1995). Demise of the AHL in Atlantic Canada When the Cape Breton Oilers vacated Nova Scotia for Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario) in 1996 and became the Hamilton Bulldogs, it marked the beginning of the end for AHL hockey in Atlantic Canada for a time. Shortly thereafter, the Prince Edward Island Senators were suspended and eventually landed in New York as the Binghamton Senators. In 1999, the Fredericton Canadiens also moved west to become the Quebec Citadelles, later swapping its history with the Bulldogs and eventually ending up in Toronto, Edmonton, and Oklahoma (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma). The Saint John Flames suspended operations in 2003 and then departed New Brunswick in 2005, eventually landing in Omaha, Nebraska for two seasons before moving to the Quad Cities and then to Abbotsford, British Columbia. The St. John's Maple Leafs were the last to leave the region in this wave, moving from Newfoundland and Labrador to Toronto in 2005 and being renamed the Marlies (Toronto Marlies). The AHL would not return to Atlantic Canada until 2011 with the St. John's IceCaps. The band takes its name from Canadian composer Violet Archer. Vesely told Hamilton, Ontario's ''View Magazine'' that he chose the name after hearing an Archer composition on CBC Radio. Mike Bell, "The Violet Archers: Tim Vesely and co. cultivate their roots", ''View Magazine'', September 2005. During 1907, McKenzie met and married musician and poet Ethel O'Neil, a native of Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario), Ontario, Canada, while on a voyage to England. ''Robert Tait McKenzie, 1867-1938'' (http: www.scouters.us


Lahore

; finally becoming a poet of excellence. His autobiography, Jahan-i-Danish, is a classic and motivated many. Ehsan Danish has written more than 80 books and hundreds of articles about and including poetry, prose, linguistics, philology, autobiographies and the famous interpretation of "Diwan-e-Ghalib". Much of his literary work is still unpublished. ref name "samaa.tv" >


NASA

is an acclaimed Puerto Rican author whose works span a range of literary genres including poetry, short stories, and essays. Other alumni are Chris Carrabba


Northern Ireland

in the United Kingdom driving licences , organises collection of vehicle excise duty (also known as ''road tax'' and ''road fund licence'') and sells private number plates (vanity plate). thumb Gary barwin head shot2 (File:Gary barwin head shot2.jpg) '''Gary Barwin''' (born 1964 in Belfast, Northern Ireland) is a Canadian writer, composer, and performer who lives in Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario), Ontario. He writes in a range of genres including poetry, fiction


India

living. He worked as an ordinary labourer for years in odd jobs, finally becoming a poet of excellence. His autobiography, Jahan-i-Danish, is a classic and motivated many. Ehsan Danish has written more than 80 books and hundreds of articles about and including poetry, prose, linguistics, philology, autobiographies and the famous interpretation of "


United States

'''Bill Porter''' (born October 3, 1943) in Los Angeles is an American (United States) author who translates under the pen-name '''Red Pine''' (赤松, pinyin: ''Chì Sōng''). He is a translator and interpreter of Chinese texts, primarily Taoist and Buddhist, including poetry and Sūtras. '''Erik Rhodes''' (February 10, 1906 – February 17, 1990) was an American (United States) film and Broadway (Broadway theatre) singer and actor. He


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