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Tlacolula de Matamoros

; During the 2006 Oaxaca protests, a number of "community radio stations" established to provide alternative outlets of information and propaganda. Since this time, most of these stations, including Radio Tlacolula (http: tlacolularadio.msdnoticias.com ), have not been able to get operating licenses from the federal government and exist illegally. They have also been the target of opposition forces seeking to shut them down. One effort to do so was attempted in 2008


Anapa

(with capacity of 10 thousand subscribers); * of fiber-optic cables (Fiber-optic communication) along the Anapa-Dzhubga-Sochi highways and Dzhubga-Krasnodar branch; *Digital broadcasting infrastructure, including radio and TV broadcasting stations (building and communications tower) with coverage from Grushevaya Polyana (''Pear Glade'') to Sochi and Anapa cities. The project also includes construction of infocommunications centre for broadcasting abroad via


Beckley, West Virginia

, including radio stations in West Virginia. Rahall graduated in 1971 from Duke University. He attended graduate school at the George Washington University. He then went to work for the late U.S. Senator (United States Senate) Robert Byrd. On May 7, 2009, the Justice family of West Virginia publicly claimed that it had purchased the resort for $20 million. The Justice family, headed by patriarch James Justice, has extensive farm and milling operations in West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina including Retrieved on 11-30-2008.


Kisangani

stations, newspapers, radio stations, and magazines. There are four over-the-air Swahili (Swahili language) and Lingala-language television stations and they also air multicultural programming. There are also five over-the-air French-language television stations, including: Radio Télévision Nationale Congolaise (RTNC), Télé Boyoma and Radio Télévision Amani (RTA). Kisangani has four daily newspapers, in Swahili (Swahili language) and Lingala language Kisangani Gazette


Sochi

2011 RIA Novosti *A network of TETRA mobile radio communications for 100 user groups (with capacity of 10 thousand subscribers); * of fiber-optic cables (Fiber-optic communication) along the Anapa-Dzhubga-Sochi highways and Dzhubga-Krasnodar branch; *Digital broadcasting infrastructure, including radio and TV broadcasting stations (building and communications tower) with coverage from Grushevaya Polyana (''Pear Glade'') to Sochi


Omaha, Nebraska

. Todd Storz Credit for the format is widely given to Todd Storz, who was the director of radio station KOWH (KCRO)-AM in Omaha (Omaha, Nebraska), Nebraska in 1951. At that time typical AM radio programming consisted largely of "block programming" — pre-scheduled, sponsored programs of a wide variety, including radio dramas and variety shows. Local popular music hits, if they made it on the air at all, had to be worked in between these segments. Storz noted


Helsinki

, Alberta Athabasca , Alberta to poor Ukrainian (Ukrainians) immigrant parents. Unable to continue his schooling past grade six, he worked at a variety of jobs, including radio copywriter. Ryga continued to study, taking correspondence courses, and winning a scholarship to the Banff School of Fine Arts (Banff Centre for the Arts). In 1955, he travelled to Europe, where he attended the World Assembly for Peace in Helsinki and worked for the BBC. The following year he returned


Gibraltar

''Roma'' (Italian battleship Roma (1940)) as it steamed towards Gibraltar. Two months later, an anti-shipping missile launched from a Heinkel He 177 sank a British troopship with the loss of 1,190 American soldiers, one of the greatest of all maritime disasters. By war's end, Germany and the United States had employed various proto-smart weapons in combat, including radio, radar, and television-guided bombs and missiles, against targets ranging from industrial sites to bridges and enemy shipping. Current *Gibraltar, the dockyard is now operated as a commercial facility by Gibdock, although there is still a Royal Navy presence, which provides a maintenance capability. Gibraltar's naval docks are an important base for NATO. British and US nuclear submarines frequently visit the ''Z berths'' at Gibraltar (source: Hansard). A ''Z berth'' provides the facility for nuclear submarines to visit for operational or recreational purposes, and for non-nuclear repairs. *Singapore, the original RN base at Sembawang, known formerly as the HMNB ''Singapore'' (List_of_Royal_Navy_shore_establishments#Current_Royal_Navy_Shore_Establishments), is no longer in use now by the Singapore Navy (Republic of Singapore Navy), who have since built 2 more modern bases in the island nation. There is, however, a continuing RN presence, along with the RAN (Royal Australian Navy) and RNZN (Royal New Zealand Navy), under the auspices of the Five Power Defence Arrangements. The US Navy is also present at the former HMNB ''Singapore''. One of the many adjacent bases, formerly known as


Sheffield

, a small Trotskyist group. She later attended the University of Leeds where she studied Social Policy and Education. http: www.sociology.leeds.ac.uk After studying for two years, she was elected as the NUS National Women's Officer, and subsequently to the NUS Block of Twelve part-time officers. She then returned to Leeds, graduating in 2004. Paul Wild was born in Sheffield, England in 1923. His scientific specialization was radio astronomy, including

radio observations of the Sun. The Paul Wild Observatory at Narrabri, New South Wales is named after him. In 1972 he invented the Interscan microwave landing system. In 1984, a year before his retirement from CSIRO, he instigated and subsequently led the Very Fast Train project, intended to run TGV-like trains between Sydney and Melbourne via Canberra. The project collapsed in 1991, principally through half-hearted cooperation by some of the four governments involved. He died in 2008 in Canberra. 16 June 1996 Hillsborough Stadium, Sheffield, England WikiPedia:Sheffield Commons:Category:Sheffield


Bristol

Born in Bristol, Maud was educated at Eton College and New College, Oxford. At Oxford (University of Oxford) he was a member of the Oxford University Dramatic Society (OUDS). In 1928, he gained a one-year scholarship to Harvard University. From 1929 to 1939, he was a Fellow at University College, Oxford. DATE OF BIRTH 3 February 1906 PLACE


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