2009 '''Bones Park''' is a multi-use stadium in Castries, St. Lucia. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches. The stadium holds 20,000. He was elected to the Castries Central constituency as an Independent Member of Parliament, having won the by-election held on 13 March 2006, triggered by the resignation of Saint Lucia Labour Party's MP Sarah Flood-Beaubrun. Subsequently endorsed by the United Workers Party (Saint Lucia) United
), Breslau (Wrocław) (7), Liegnitz (Legnica) (8), Schleswig-Holstein (Schleswig-Holstein Province) (13), East Hanover (Province of Hanover) (15), Chemnitz-Zwickau (30) Aftermath Prussia Besides the regulations for Hamburg, the law merged the Free City of Lübeck with Prussia. Some smaller villages were included in the State of Mecklenburg (Mecklenburg). Lübeck had been an independent member of the federation of states that formed the Reich before the Gleichschaltung began to bring them into line in 1933–34. Adolf Hitler had a distaste for Lübeck ever since the city council forbade him to campaign there in 1932 ), combining the territorially unconnected former Hanoveran departments of Ilfeld and Elbingerode. By the Prussian reform of districts in 1932 the ''District of Ilfeld'' was dissolved and its two territorially unconnected parts were disentangled from Hanover and transferred to the Prussian Province of Saxony, with the Hohnstein section including Ilfeld becoming a part of the ''District of the County of Hohenstein'' (sic!), which comprised those parts of the ancient Hohnstein County, which had remained with the Prince-Bishopric of Halberstadt in 1632. Herzfeld was born in Celle, Province of Hanover. He studied architecture in Munich and Berlin (Technical University of Berlin), while also taking classes in Assyriology, ancient history and art history. In 19th century Hanover In 1823 the Kingdom of Hanover, then in personal union with the UK, adopted the term for its administrative subdivisions called Landdrostei en (sg. pl. ), each presided by a Landdrost, with those terms then translated into English as High-Bailiwick and High-Bailiff. Cf. Jakob Heinrich Kaltschmidt, ''A new and complete Dictionary of the English and German Languages with two Sketches of Grammar Neues vollständiges Wörterbuch der englischen und deutschen Sprache nebst einem kurzen Abrisse der englischen und der deutschen Sprachlehre'', 6th, rev. and enriched ed., Leipsic: Otto Holtze, 1875, p. 283. No ISBN On 1 April 1885 the terms were replaced in Hanover (Province of Hanover) by the terms Regierungsbezirk (governorate) and Regierungspräsident (gubernator). Life Syrup was born in Lüchow in Lüchow-Dannenberg district, Province of Hanover. The postal official's son studied engineering science as well as law and political science. In 1905, he joined the Prussian Industrial Inspection Service, staying until 1918, and making a name for himself in this time with various scientific publications on issues such as occupational health and safety and the work force's social status. In November 1918, Syrup was delegated by the Prussian Ministry for Trade and Industry to the Demobilization Ministry, where he was responsible for reintegrating former warriors into civilian industrial life. While in this job, Syrup created the Reich Office for Work Placement, whose president he was appointed in 1920. From 1927 until the end of 1938, he was president of the Reich institution for Work Placement and Unemployment Insurance. When the central office of the hitherto autonomous institution was integrated into the Reich Labour Ministry, Syrup was appointed State Secretary in this ministry. After the French (First French Empire) victory over the electorate Bleckede was occupied, before it was annexed to the ephemeric Kingdom of Westphalia in March 1810, forming part of its ''Lower Elbe département''. After the Great French War (Napoleonic Wars) Bleckede was restored to the Electorate of Hanover in 1813, which was elevated to Kingdom of Hanover two years later. After the Prussian annexation of Hanover Bleckede became a part of the new Province of Hanover in 1866. At the introduction of Prussian style district administration (Kreis in Prussia) in Hanover on 1 April 1885 Bleckede became the capital of the new ''Bleckede district'', which merged into the District of Lunenburg (Lüneburg) (Lüneburg (district)) on 1 October 1932.
the regulations for Hamburg, the law merged the Free City of Lübeck with Prussia. Some smaller villages were included in the State of Mecklenburg (Mecklenburg). Lübeck had been an independent member of the federation of states that formed the Reich before the Gleichschaltung began to bring them into line in 1933–34. Adolf Hitler had a distaste for Lübeck ever since the city council forbade him to campaign there in 1932 although there was also a need to compensate Prussia for its losses to Hamburg. Besides Lübeck, which was incorporated into the Prussian Province of Schleswig-Holstein (Schleswig-Holstein Province), Hamburg had to cede its possessions of Geesthacht, which went to Schleswig-Holstein as well, and Ritzebüttel (which included Cuxhaven), which went to the Province of Hanover. From the possessions Prussia gave up to Hamburg, Altona (Altona, Hamburg) and Wandsbek had belonged to Schleswig-Holstein, while Harburg-Wilhelmsburg (Harburg, Hamburg) had been a part of Hanover. By this ceremony, the North German Confederation ('''''Norddeutscher Bund''''') was transformed into the German Empire ('''''Deutsches Kaiserreich'''''). This empire was a federal state (Federation); the emperor was head of state and president of the federated monarchs (the kings of Bavaria (Kingdom of Bavaria), Württemberg (Kingdom of Württemberg), Saxony (Kingdom of Saxony), the grand dukes of Baden (Grand Duchy of Baden), Mecklenburg, Hesse (Grand Duchy of Hesse), as well as other principalities, duchies and of the free cities (free city) of Hamburg (Free City of Hamburg), Lübeck (Free City of Lübeck) and Bremen (Bremen (state))). The (second) '''Battle of Bornhöved''' took place on 22 July 1227 near Bornhöved in Holstein. Count Adolf IV (Adolf IV of Holstein) of Schauenburg and Holstein (Counts of Schauenburg and Holstein) — leading an army consisting of troops from the cities of Lübeck (Free City of Lübeck) and Hamburg, about 1000 Dithmarsians (Dithmarschen) and combined troops of Holstein next to various north German nobles — defeated King Valdemar II of Denmark. Saxe-Lauenburg ceded Bleckede - with toll and castle - to Margrave Waldemar of Brandenburg-Stendal (Waldemar, Margrave of Brandenburg-Stendal), who quickly sold his new acquisition in 1308 to the Welf duke Otto the Strict, ruling the branch Principality of Lunenburg (Lüneburg) (Lüneburg-Celle). Two years later the duke granted Bleckede town privileges, comprising the obligation to fortify the town. In 1379 Duke Albert of Lunenburg-Celle (Albert of Saxe-Wittenberg, Duke of Lüneburg) pawned Bleckede castle to his creditors Hamburg, Lübeck (Free City of Lübeck), Hanover and Lunenburg (Lüneburg) (Lüneburg). The latter managed to hold Bleckede by way of pawn until 1600. Every Protestant sovereign hereafter claimed and exercised the so-called ''jus reformandi religionem'', and decided the church question according to his own faith and that of the majority of his subjects. Saxony, Hesse, Prussia (Duchy of Prussia), Anhalt, Lüneburg, East Friesland, Schleswig-Holstein, Silesia, and the cities of Nuremberg, Augsburg, Frankfurt, Ulm, Strasburg (Strasbourg), Bremen, Hamburg, and Lübeck (Free City of Lübeck), adopted Protestantism. The princes of the territories and the magistrates of the cities consulted the theologians and preachers. The powerful house of Austria, with the Emperor, and the Dukes of Bavaria, adhered to the old faith, and hotly contested the principle of independent state action on the church question, as being contrary to all the traditions of the Empire and of the Roman Church. 1934 Formed from the Prussian Province of Schleswig-Holstein, the Free City of Lübeck and territory belonging to the Free State of Oldenburg -
'''Barnston Island''' is an unincorporated (unincorporated area) island located in the Greater Vancouver metropolitan area of British Columbia, Canada. Most of the island is part of the Greater Vancouver Electoral Area A (Greater Vancouver Electoral Area A, British Columbia); the remainder is '''Barnston Island Indian Reserve No. 3''', which is outside Electoral Area A limits and is under the governance of the Katzie First Nation, headquartered across the river at their main reserve in Pitt Meadows. Although the island is unincorporated and not officially part of any municipality, mailing addresses on the island use Surrey (Surrey, British Columbia) as the city name. Technology Because of its local universities and reputation for having a very high standard of living, Vancouver has a growing high-technology sector - including software development such as Maximizer Software and e-commerce such as Cymax Stores. Foreign technology companies which have an established operational presence in Vancouver include IBM, Nokia, Microsoft, Intel, Amazon (Amazon.com), Netapp (via acquisition of Bycast), Broadcom (via acquisition of HotHaus Technologies) CDC Software (via acquisition of Pivotal Corporation), McKesson Corporation (via acquisition of locally based startup ALI Technologies Corp), SAP (SAP AG) (via acquisition of Business Objects, which itself had previously acquired Crystal Decisions), Kodak (via acquisition of Creo), and Ericsson (via acquisition of Redback Networks, which itself had previously acquired a locally based startup, Abatis Systems). The city has also developed a particularly large cluster (business cluster) of video game developers, the largest of which, Electronic Arts, employs over two thousand people. Vancouver also has a nascent tech startup (Startup company) scene, with startup accelerators BootUp Labsand GrowLab being located there. Startups headquartered in Vancouver include PlentyofFish , clubZone, and Techvibes. Greater Vancouver is also home to MDA (MacDonald Dettwiler), a pioneering space and defense company behind technologies such as the Canadarm and RADARSAT-2. Additionally, Vancouver is emerging as a world leader in fuel cell technology, accounting for 70 percent of Canadians employed in the industry. The National Research Council (National Research Council of Canada) Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation is located in Vancouver, and the headquarters of Ballard Power Systems is in neighbouring Burnaby. w:Greater Vancouver Greater Vancouver area of around 2.4 million inhabitants is the third most populous metropolitan area (w:List of the 100 largest metropolitan areas in Canada) in the country and the most populous in Western Canada (w:Western Canada). Vancouver is the most densely populated Canadian municipality, and the fourth most densely populated city over 250,000 residents in North America, behind New York City, San Francisco, and Mexico City (w:Mexico City).
, Czechoslovakia – October 30, 1992 in Markham, Ontario) was a politician in Ontario, Canada. Roman served as the Mayor of the Town of Markham, Ontario from 1970 to 1984, Chair of the Regional Municipality of York (York Regional Municipality) in 1984, and independent (independent (politics)) Member of Parliament (MP) for the riding of York North from 1984 to 1988. right (Image:Replace this image male.svg) '''Anthony Roman''' (January 17, 1936 in Veľký Ruskov
, Czechoslovakia – October 30, 1992 in Markham, Ontario) was a politician in Ontario, Canada. Roman served as the Mayor of the Town of Markham, Ontario from 1970 to 1984, Chair of the Regional Municipality of York (York Regional Municipality) in 1984, and independent (independent (politics)) Member of Parliament (MP) for the riding of York North from 1984 to 1988. province Canada (Ecclesiastical Province of Canada) location Markham (Markham, Ontario), Greater Toronto
9781857432558 page 3607 He represented the Micoud North constituency as an Independent member of parliament until December 2006. '''Felix Finisterre ''' is a Saint Lucian politician who represented the Babonneau constituency for the Saint Lucia Labour Party, and was the Minister for Telecommunications
in the 1993 election (Canadian federal election, 1993) and was re-elected in the three subsequent general elections of 1997 (Canadian federal election, 1997), 2000 (Canadian federal election, 2000) and 2004 (Canadian federal election, 2004). She ended her federal career representing the Mississauga, Ontario riding (electoral district (Canada)) of Mississauga—Erindale as an independent Member of Parliament. * The Japanese Garden and Pavilion, Montreal Botanical Garden
the JCPC as their final court of appeal, appeals are made directly to the Judicial Committee itself. In the case of Brunei, appeals are made to the Sultan of Brunei, who then refers the case to the Judicial Committee for advice. Appeal to the Head of State: *Brunei, an independent member nation of the Commonwealth of Nations, has an agreement with the United Kingdom that the Judicial Committee hears cases appealed to the Sultan (Sultan of Brunei), and reports back to him.
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It is also home to the Kingston Kestrels sledge hockey team.
Hull , Yorkshire, he began his political career in 1780, eventually becoming the independent (Independent (politician)) Member of Parliament for Yorkshire (Yorkshire (UK Parliament constituency)) (1784–1812). In 1785, he underwent a conversion (Religious conversion) experience and became an evangelical Christian (Evangelicalism), resulting in major changes to his lifestyle and a lifelong concern for reform. In 1787, he came into contact with Thomas Clarkson and a group