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Greenfield Park, Quebec

, Quebec Greenfield Park (now Longueuil), a suburb of Montreal (Montreal, Quebec), she started diving in 1993, at age 11. She is currently being coached in Pointe-Claire, Québec by Yihua Li. Emilie made her international debut at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney with Anne Montminy, were they won a silver medal in the 10m synchronized diving event. Emilie then set her sights on the 10m platform and became the 2003 World Champion in Barcelona. At the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Emilie proved herself again in the 10m synchronized diving event when she, along with her teammate Blythe Hartley, took home the bronze medal. Emilie Heymans won the silver medal at the Beijing 2008 Olympics in the 10m individual event and marked herself as an outstanding diver in both individual and synchronized diving events, winning medals in three consecutive Olympics, achieved by only four other Canadian Olympians. death_date origin Greenfield Park, Quebec, Canada instrument '''Julie Masse''' (born June 3, 1970, in Greenfield Park, Quebec) is a Canadian pop singer. Early life McIntosh (née Laughlin) was born in Montreal, Quebec, the child of a career military officer (RCAF), and was educated in Canada and Europe, attending eleven different schools during the course of her elementary and high school education. In 1960 she graduated from Royal George High School in Greenfield Park (Greenfield Park, Quebec) and moved to Manitoba (the province in which her parents were raised and to which they eventually retired) and began studies at St. John's College, University of Manitoba. McIntosh graduated with honours from the Manitoba Teachers' College, Tuxedo Campus, in 1963. Spaniards are found in all areas of the city of Montreal as well as in suburbs such as Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Laval (Laval, Quebec), Brossard and Greenfield Park (Greenfield Park, Quebec). There is no "Spanish quartier", but Montreal’s Rue Saint-Laurent (Saint Laurent Boulevard) is home to a number of Spanish associations, as well as to the Librería Española. Community Life * Alpha GPI, a Brazilian submachine gun. * Greenfield Park International (École internationale primaire de Greenfield Park), a primary school in Greenfield Park (Greenfield Park, Quebec), Quebec, Canada. * Gas Petroleum&Properties Investments, LLC. Limited Liability Company, Oil Trading and Investment Consulting, Premium Real Estate Brokers based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. * City of '''Longueuil''': former city of Longueuil; cities of Boucherville, Brossard and Saint-Lambert (Saint-Lambert, Quebec); towns of Greenfield Park (Greenfield Park, Quebec), LeMoyne (LeMoyne, Quebec), Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville and Saint-Hubert (Saint-Hubert, Quebec). *Dollard-des-Ormeaux - Galeries des Sources (now Cinemas Guzzo, Marathon Souvlaki & Winners) *Greenfield Park (Greenfield Park, Quebec) - Place Greenfield Park (closed in the 1980s, not rebranded as a M store. Now Winners, L'Equipeur (Mark's Work Wearhouse) and HA-BAY *Hull (Hull, Quebec) - Les Galeries de Hull (now split among multiple stores) History RTL was officially inaugurated on July 1, 1974 as ''Commission de transport de la Rive Sud de Montréal'' (''CTRSM''), replacing the former privately-owned company ''Chambly Transport''. It served the former communities of Boucherville, Brossard, Greenfield Park (Greenfield Park, Quebec), Longueuil, LeMoyne (LeMoyne, Quebec), Saint-Hubert (Saint-Hubert, Quebec), Saint-Lambert (Saint-Lambert, Quebec) and Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Cœur (Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Cœur, Quebec) (later annexed to Brossard in 1978). Between 1985 and 2002 it was named Société de transport de la Rive-Sud de Montréal (STRSM) (See official website). Following the municipal mergers (municipal reorganization in Quebec) in 2002, the name officially changed to Société de transport de Longueuil. birth_place Greenfield Park, QC (Greenfield Park, Quebec), CAN (Canada) career_start 2000 '''Charline Labonté''' (born October 15, 1982, in Greenfield Park, Quebec, Canada) is a women's ice hockey player. Labonté now lives in Montreal, and is studying Physical Education at McGill University. She plays for the McGill Martlets ice hockey. DATE OF BIRTH 1982-10-15 PLACE OF BIRTH Greenfield Park (Greenfield Park, Quebec), QC (Quebec), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH


Richfield, Minnesota

) and was named to the WCHA All-Star Second Team. During his third year, he led the team in scoring again with 77 points (38 goals and 39 assists). In what turned out to be his last collegiate game on March 23, 1979, Christoff scored a goal and earned an assist to help Minnesota win its third NCAA (NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Championship) title in school history with a 4-3 victory over North Dakota (North Dakota Fighting Sioux men's ice hockey). He made his international debut for Team USA


was a slow left arm orthodox bowler. At domestic level he played for Khulna Division (Khulna Division cricket team). Rana made his One Day International debut in November 2003 against England, and three months later played his first Test (Test cricket). On 16 March 2007, he died in a road traffic accident; at the age of 22 years and 316 days he became the youngest Test cricketer to die. Image:boy lungi.jpg thumb 200px Bangladeshi actor Zubair Hasan from


with divers (underwater diving). * Vranje; Serbia Neretljak won 8 international caps for the Croatian national under-21 football team (Croatia national under-21 football team) in 2000 and 2001. While still playing for the under-21 national team, he also made his full international debut for Croatia (Croatia national football team) in a friendly match against Greece (Greece national football team) on 25 April


through its second-largest city Bulawayo and ends in the eastern side of the Kalahari, created an enormous basin and forced these rivers to flow into and fill up the basin. Lake Makgadikgadi was thus created. He made his international debut in a Test match (Test cricket) against Pakistan (Pakistani cricket team) at Harare in 1995, at age 18 years, 212 days, becoming the youngest player to represent Zimbabwe. He helped Zimbabwe to its first ever Test victory in that game. That year, he was no-balled for throwing in a Test match, and rebuilt his action before returning to cricket. A right arm fast bowler (fast bowling), Olonga was the first black cricketer to play for Zimbabwe and is the third Zambian-born Test cricketer after Phil Edmonds and Neal Radford of England. Background and genre Doris Lessing was born to British parents in Persia (now Iran) in 1919. Her family moved to Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) in 1925 where she later dropped out of school at the age of 14. Over the next decade she pursued various careers, including journalism, and published several short stories (short story). In the early 1940s Lessing was attracted to a group of "quasi-Communist s " and joined their Left Book Club in Salisbury (now Harare). Her interest in "the race issue", prominent in Rhodesia at the time, prompted her to join the Southern Rhodesian Labour Party (Rhodesia Labour Party). Lessing moved to London in 1949 where she began her writing career. She also joined the British Communist Party (Communist Party of Great Britain) and became an active campaigner against the use of nuclear weapons. Mallett moved to Rhodesia with his family in 1956 when he was only six weeks old, and his father, Anthony Mallett took up a post as an English teacher at the recently founded Peterhouse School (Peterhouse Group of Boarding Schools), in Marandellas (Marondera) near Salisbury (Harare). http: ~petrean petmem11.htm Nick first arrived in Cape Town, South Africa in 1963, when his father, was appointed Headmaster of Diocesan College, after which he attended St. Andrew's College (St. Andrew's College (Grahamstown, South Africa)) in Grahamstown. He graduated from the University of Cape Town in 1977 with a BA (Bachelor of Arts) in English and History. While a student at the university, he was selected to play for the Western Province (Western Province (rugby team)) rugby union team. - Harare WikiPedia:Harare Commons:Category:Harare


football team under-15 level under coach Luc Rabat. Clichy made his youth international debut on 13 March 2001 in a 3–0 friendly (Exhibition match) win over Italy (Italy national football team). He remained with the team for the rest of the campaign appearing in three matches at the 2001 edition of the Montaigu Tournament, which France won and playing in all three matches at an international tournament in Salerno, Italy.

as Aquino and received 800 knights for his fight. Ménez has earned caps with all of France's youth teams (France national youth football team). He is a member of the group, commonly known as the ''Génération 1987'', that produced current internationals Hatem Ben Arfa, Karim Benzema, and Samir Nasri, alongside himself. Ménez made his youth international debut with the under-16 team (France national under-16 football team) on 11 December 2002 in a friendly match (Exhibition match) against Greece (Greece national football team), playing alongside Nasri and Ben Arfa. In the match, Ménez scored the fifth goal of a 6–1 victory. WikiPedia:Salerno Commons:Category:Salerno


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accessdate 2007-12-16 before moving to Canon Yaoundé, one of the biggest clubs in Cameroon, where he won the Cameroon Cup in 1993. He made his international debut against Mexico (Mexico national football team) in September 1993,


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