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Kingdom of Dambadeniya

a Resolution author R. B. Herath year 2002 publisher Trafford Publishing isbn 978-1553-697-93-0 pages 18–21 Unlike the previous invaders, he looted (Looting), ransacked, and destroyed everything in the ancient Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa Kingdoms beyond recovery. temple in formal speech) section of worship and Tenavaram's agraharam (brahmadeya or chaturvedimangalam) - the Iyer or Tamil Brahmin quarter of the heterogenous Tenavaram village as warranting protection. A close connection existed over a long period between the Iyers of the agraharam of Tenavaram and the kings who had exercised authority over the southern and southwestern lowlands. Pocaracan Pantitan of Tenavarai, who carried the honorary designation ''Tenuvaraipperumal'' before his name, wrote the ''Caracotimalai'', a treatise on astrology in metrical Tamil verse. The author recited it in the presence of the king at the court of Kurunegal in 1324. A panegyric account of the royal patron at this court, Parakramabahu IV (1302 – 1326) of Dambadeniya, is in the introductory stanzas of this work. The author's honourific title, ''Tenuvarai-Perumal'', literally means "The Prince of Tenavarai." Several other Tamil Hindus are mentioned with the special designation ''Tenuvarai Perumal'' in documents issued by the kings of the Kotte Kingdom in the 15th and 16th centuries, such as Bhuvanekabahu VII of Kotte, a Sinhala and Hindu monarch who signed all of his official proclamations in Tamil. Among the names of many Hindus listed in the Kudumirissa Inscription are included those of two individuals who had the designation Tenuvarai-p-perumal. They are Tiskhanda Tenuvarapperumal and Sarasvati Tenuvarapperumal. These "Perumals" were officiating priests of the temple and exercised authority over the administration of the town and the temple.

Vermillion, South Dakota

Vermillion , where he was a Government major. He was also a member of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity. About Us: Famous Delts. Delta Tau Delta website. Accessed 2 January 2010. O'Brien also studied international economics at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies) at Johns Hopkins University in Washington, D.C. Pat O'Brien biography. W Business Speakers. Accessed 2 January 2010. O'Brien was a member of Sioux Falls area rock and roll band Dale Gregory and the Shouters, from 1964-1967 for which he was inducted into the South Dakota Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 25,2010 http: inductees dalegregory.htm Throughout her professional life, she suffered from not having the money or the free time necessary to take an advanced degree, largely because of her commitment to the support of her family; her parents were elderly, and her sister suffered from brain tumours. In addition to her work in anthropology (of which more below), Deloria had a number of jobs, including teaching (dance and physical education), lecturing and giving demonstrations (on Native American culture (Indigenous peoples of the Americas)), working for the Camp Fire Girls (Camp Fire USA) and for the YWCA, and holding positions at the Sioux Indian Museum in Rapid City, South Dakota, and (as assistant director) the W.H. Over Museum in Vermillion (Vermillion, South Dakota). Her nephew was the writer and intellectual, Vine Deloria, Jr. In 1972, the local school closed, and the residents were allowed to choose between the Gayville (Gayville, South Dakota) or Vermillion (Vermillion, South Dakota) school districts. A couple of families, displeased with those choices, campaigned for an additional selection to be added; Wakonda (Wakonda, South Dakota). History Piedmont takes its name from a French word meaning "the foot of the mountain," because it lies on the eastern slope of the Black Hills.

Asadabad, Afghanistan

''. Defense and Arms Control Studies Program, Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, p. 13 The explosions destroyed the headquarters of Islamic (Islamist) leader Jamil al-Rahman, and killed a number of his followers. Adamec, Ludwig (2011). ''Historical Dictionary of Afghanistan''. Scarecrow Press, p. 226.ISBN 0810878151 In 2001 the War on Terror began with the invasion of Afghanistan, including Kunar Province

University Park, Pennsylvania

University) Old Main , the University Park (University Park, Pennsylvania) campus's central administration building, and is marked by an engraved marble block resting in front of his statue. Bloom is currently an associate professor of women's studies and international studies at the Pennsylvania State University in University Park, PA (University Park, Pennsylvania) and a fellow at the International Center for the Study of Terrorism at Penn State. Previously she was an assistant professor in the School of Public and International Affairs (University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs) at the University of Georgia in Athens (Athens, Georgia), Georgia (Georgia (U.S. state)). The '''Penn State University Marching Blue Band''', known generally as the '''Blue Band''', is the marching band of Pennsylvania State University. Founded in 1899, it is the largest recognized student organization at the University Park (University Park, Pennsylvania) campus of Penn State, presently with over 300 active student members. The primary function of the Blue Band is in support of the Penn State Nittany Lions football team, performing for all home football games at Beaver Stadium. The '''Sussex Skyhawks''' were a professional baseball team that played at Skylands Park in Augusta, New Jersey. The team was part of the Canadian-American Association of Professional Baseball, an independent minor baseball league also referred to as the Can-Am League, from their inaugural season in 2006 until 2010. The team was owned by a group led by Floyd Hall, who also owns the New Jersey Jackals. The team was formed in part due to their home park's previous tenant, the New Jersey Cardinals, relocating to University Park, Pennsylvania following the 2005 New York-Penn League season to become the State College Spikes. '''Ludovica Albertoni''' (1473 (Original work published 1965) ), sometimes known as '''Louisa Albertoni''' or '''Ludovica Albertoni Cetera''', is considered a blessed person (Beatification) in Christianity. Her feast day (Calendar of saints) is January 31. '''Medlar Field at Lubrano Park''' is a 5,406-seat baseball stadium in University Park, Pennsylvania that hosted its first regular season baseball game on June 20, 2006, when the secondary tenant of the facility, the State College Spikes, lost to the Williamsport Crosscutters, 5-3. Spikes inaugural game spoiled by Crosscutters The Penn State Nittany Lions college baseball team began play at the ballpark in 2007. Penn State baseball team practices in new facility :Sovereign Bank Arena, Trenton, New Jersey (Host: Rider University and Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) :Bryce Jordan Center, University Park, Pennsylvania (Host: Pennsylvania State University) :Mackey Arena, West Lafayette, Indiana (Host: Purdue University) - October 13, 2000 University Park (University Park, Pennsylvania) Bryce Jordan Center - thumb left 150px Amy Lee during a concert in 2007. (File:Evanescence miami 2007.jpg) The first leg of ''The Open Door'' world tour began October 5, 2006, in Toronto, Canada and lasted until December 15, 2006, in New York City. After touring North America during October, the band traveled to Europe during November before returning to the United States to play large arenas. This leg of their tour continued on January 5, 2007, with the band playing locations in Canada, Japan, and Australia. When playing in the United States, the band was supported by Revelation Theory (Rev Theory), by the bands Stone Sour and The Black Maria when in Canada, and by Shihad in Australia. The second leg of their world tour began on March 16, 2007, in Fresno, California. The tour ran through the United States, South America, South Africa, back to the U.S., and finished in Europe. Supporting the band during the opening U.S. part of this leg is Chevelle and Finger Eleven. When in Buenos Aires, Evanescence took part in a rock festival with Aerosmith, Velvet Revolver and Ratones Paranóicos. During part of the European section, the band took part in the Family Values Tour 2007 alongside Korn. After Family Values, the band continued touring through Mexico and the United States. The final leg of the tour kicked off on October 23, 2007, in Coral Gables, Florida. Sick Puppies and Julien-K were the supporting bands while Shiny Toy Guns made a special guest appearance during the December 1, 2007, show in University Park, Pennsylvania. After over a year of touring, the last show was played in Kingston, Rhode Island, and the tour ended on December 9, 2007. New additions to the set list for this tour include "Lose Control", "Missing", and "Understanding".

Farah, Afghanistan

(including commandos). Anthony Cordesman, 'Winning in Afghanistan: Afghan Force Development,' Center for Strategic and International Studies, December 14, 2006 The corps is supported by the Herat Regional Support Squadron of the ANAAC, equipped with eight helicopters: four transport to support the corps' commando battalion, two attack, and two medical transport aircraft. - FAH OAFR Farah Airport Farah

Sanjak of Scutari

meters long, with 13 arcs of stone, the largest one being 22 meters wide and 12 meters tall. The Scutari Vilayet was established in 1867

Rogers Park, Chicago

Elementary School *Stephen K. Hayt Elementary School *Joyce Kilmer Elementary School *Loyola University Chicago Lake Shore Campus *PACTT Learning Center *Philip Rogers Elementary School *Stone Scholastic Academy *St. Margaret Mary *Roger C. Sullivan High School *George B. Swift Elementary Specialty School *George B. Armstrong School of International Studies *Northside Catholic Academy *Howard Area Leadership Academy *UNO Rogers Park Charter School Transportation File:North

Watertown, South Dakota

), former Deputy Secretary of Defense and international studies specialist * Fred H. Hildebrandt, former U.S. Representative from South Dakota * Hubert H. Humphrey, former Vice President of the United States, lived 10 miles outside of Watertown *Charles B. Kornmann (born 1937), federal judge on United States District Court for the District of South Dakota * George R. Mather, General in the U.S. Army, Commander in Chief, United States Southern Command (USCINCSO) from


, the student union is located in the "Officers' Club" building. The Polytechnic changed its name to University of Applied Sciences (Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences) in 2006 and currently receives around 4,500 students each year from around the world. (Hence, the name has not been approved by the Finnish Ministry of Education.) Its International Studies Centre runs business, engineering and IT courses delivered in English.

Woodburn, Oregon

Two flourishing communities also exist in Sydney, Australia, along with rural areas of New Zealand. Communities also have been established in many parts of South America, including Brazil, Uruguay, Bolivia and Argentina. Small hidden communities have been found in the Russian Far North (specifically remote areas of Arkhangelsk Oblast and the Komi Republic) and various regions of Siberia, especially concentrated in the areas between the Altai Mountains and Tuva Republic. Perhaps the highest concentration of older established Old Believer communities, with foundations dating back hundreds of years, can be found concentrated in Eastern Siberia, specifically the Transbaikal region in desolate areas of Buryatia and Zabaykalsky Krai. Course Its complex of headwater creeks originates from the western edge of the Cascade Mountains along a significant ridgeline corridor that forms a critical linkage from the Mount Hood National Forest and Table Rock Wilderness to Silver Falls State Park and the rolling Waldo Hills east of Salem (Salem, Oregon). After emerging from the unique forested upper-elevation Panther Rock wetlands, Butte Lake, and other transient snowpack-dependent Cascade Range foothills, the cool-running streams of the watershed converge near Woodburn (Woodburn, Oregon) into the meandering Pudding River, passing through a region of fertile agricultural lands in the lower Willamette Valley. Two forks of the Pudding join between the cities

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