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Wenchang

(as of 2010), has approximately $29 billion in assets Husky Energy Management Discussion & Analysis 2010 accessed July 20, 2011 and produced an average of of oil equivalent per day in 2010, making it one of Canada's largest energy companies. Hainanese people Hainanese Wenchang (文昌), Haikou (海口) align right


Fort McMurray

name HuskyAIF2010 has approximately $29 billion in assets Husky Energy Management Discussion & Analysis 2010 accessed July 20, 2011 and produced an average of of oil equivalent per day in 2010, making it one of Canada's largest energy companies. Several flavors (Orange, Diet Orange, Grape, Strawberry, Cherry) are available at most stores


Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission

CTF3_Coordination_Mtg MoU_Addenda Protocole_CERN_Pakistan.pdf 2006 Protocol on CERN-PAEC cooperation World's largest energy experiment at CERN The PAEC, partnered with country's leading universities (Universities in Pakistan), send a large team of scientists and engineers to CERN to participate in Large Hadron Collider on 10 September 2008. In 2003, a team of Pakistani statisticians and mathematicians met the officials of Government of Pakistan where they had urged the government to established the Separate Division to mathematically modeled (Mathematical economics) the country (Pakistan)'s economy (Economy of Pakistan). The following years, the Statistics Division (Statistics Division of the Government of Pakistan) was established under the technical direction of Scientist Emeritus (Scientist) of PAEC (Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission), dr. Asghar Qadir. As of today, Asif Bajwa is the current secretary-general of the Statistics Division. And, Minister responsible for the Division is Dr. Abdul Hafeez Shaikh, Finance Minister of Pakistan.


Calgary

oilbbl m3 of oil equivalent per day in 2010, making it one of Canada's largest energy companies. founder location_city Calgary, Alberta location_country Canada '''Petro-Canada''' was a crown corporation of Canada (Crown corporations of Canada) in the field of oil (petroleum) and natural gas. It was headquartered in the Petro-Canada Centre in Calgary, Alberta. In August 2009, Petro-Canada merged with Suncor Energy, a deal in which Suncor

generation, transmission and distribution and the sale of electricity, natural gas and renewable energy products to residential and commercial customers in Alberta. ENMAX Energy is the largest energy retailer in Alberta with nearly 660,000 (1) customer sites including residential, small business, commercial, industrial and institutional. Australian football is currently played in four Canadian provinces (Provinces and territories of Canada) - Ontario, Alberta, Quebec and British Columbia. The Ontario league, centred around Toronto but also including sides from cities as far afield as Guelph (Guelph, Canada), Hamilton (Hamilton, Canada) and Ottawa, is considered the largest outside of Australia. In western Canada, there are clubs in Edmonton, Calgary and a six-team league in the Vancouver area. - Calgary Kangaroos Calgary Alberta 2005 Official Site - - Calgary Bears Calgary Alberta 2007 Official Site - - Calgary Kookaburras Calgary Alberta 2007 Official Site - '''Alberta Provincial Highway No. 68''', commons:Calgary


Indonesia

WHO South-East Asia report of an intercountry workshop on Yaws eradication, 2006 Gill was committed to aid work, in 1988 she was sent to Papua New Guinea with CUSO, she also worked for OXFAM and International Rescue Committee amongst others, always working in the more difficult parts of the world and often focusing her work on children and children's rights. She joined Save the Children UK and in the mid 90's worked in North Iraq. For her work she visited many complex emergencies, like Sri Lanka, Sierra Leone, Indonesia and Afghanistan. World War II gave the Japanese Empire occasion to conquer vast swaths of Asia, sweeping into China and seizing the Western colonies of Vietnam, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Burma, Malaya (British Malaya), Timor (Portuguese Timor) and Indonesia among others, albeit only for the duration of the war. An estimated 20 million Chinese died during the Second Sino-Japanese War (1931–1945). Remember role in ending fascist war Following its surrender to the Allies (Allies of World War II) in 1945, Japan was deprived of all its colonies. Japan further claims that the southern Kuril Islands are a small portion of its own national territory, colonized by the Soviet Union. thumb right 200px Czechoslovak anti-colonialist propaganda poster: "Africa - in struggle for freedom". (Image:Africa cs poster.jpg) The term "Third World" was coined by French demographer Alfred Sauvy in 1952, on the model of the Third Estate, which, according to the Abbé Sieyès (Emmanuel Joseph Sieyès), represented everything, but was nothing: "...because at the end this ignored, exploited, scorned Third World like the Third Estate, wants to become something too" (Sauvy). The emergence of this new political entity, in the frame of the Cold War, was complex and painful. Several tentatives were made to organize newly independent states in order to oppose a common front towards both the US's and the USSR's influence on them, with the consequences of the Sino-Soviet split already at works. Thus, the Non-Aligned Movement constituted itself, around the main figures of Jawaharlal Nehru, the leader of India, Sukarno, the Indonesian president, Josip Broz Tito the Communist leader of Yugoslavia, and Gamal Abdel Nasser, head of Egypt who successfully opposed the French and British imperial powers during the 1956 Suez crisis. After the 1954 Geneva Conference (Geneva Conference (1954)) which put an end to the French war against Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam, the 1955 Bandung Conference gathered Nasser, Nehru, Tito, Sukarno, the leader of Indonesia, and Zhou Enlai, Premier of the People's Republic of China. In 1960, the UN General Assembly voted the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples. The next year, the Non-Aligned Movement was officially created in Belgrade (1961), and was followed in 1964 by the creation of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) which tried to promote a New International Economic Order (NIEO). The NIEO was opposed to the 1944 Bretton Woods system, which had benefited the leading states which had created it, and remained in force until 1971 after the United States' suspension of convertibility from dollars to gold. The main tenets of the NIEO were: # Developing countries must be entitled to regulate and control the activities of multinational corporations operating within their territory. thumb right 200px Czechoslovak anti-colonialist propaganda poster: "Africa - in struggle for freedom". (Image:Africa cs poster.jpg) The term "Third World" was coined by French demographer Alfred Sauvy in 1952, on the model of the Third Estate, which, according to the Abbé Sieyès (Emmanuel Joseph Sieyès), represented everything, but was nothing: "...because at the end this ignored, exploited, scorned Third World like the Third Estate, wants to become something too" (Sauvy). The emergence of this new political entity, in the frame of the Cold War, was complex and painful. Several tentatives were made to organize newly independent states in order to oppose a common front towards both the US's and the USSR's influence on them, with the consequences of the Sino-Soviet split already at works. Thus, the Non-Aligned Movement constituted itself, around the main figures of Jawaharlal Nehru, the leader of India, Sukarno, the Indonesian president, Josip Broz Tito the Communist leader of Yugoslavia, and Gamal Abdel Nasser, head of Egypt who successfully opposed the French and British imperial powers during the 1956 Suez crisis. After the 1954 Geneva Conference (Geneva Conference (1954)) which put an end to the French war against Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam, the 1955 Bandung Conference gathered Nasser, Nehru, Tito, Sukarno, the leader of Indonesia, and Zhou Enlai, Premier of the People's Republic of China. In 1960, the UN General Assembly voted the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples. The next year, the Non-Aligned Movement was officially created in Belgrade (1961), and was followed in 1964 by the creation of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) which tried to promote a New International Economic Order (NIEO). The NIEO was opposed to the 1944

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Liverpool

this practice has declined with the introduction of satellite television and the reduction in schedule variations between different ITV regions. Liverpool is located directly between the Winter Hill transmitter (Winter Hill transmitting station) and Moel-y-Parc, and many Liverpudlians obtain a watch-able picture through the back of their normal TV aerial. • ScottishPower The UK’s 4th largest energy provider, ScottishPower has over five million customers across the country and 8,500


Toronto

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Brazil

and production tenth largest energy consumer with much of its energy coming from renewable source (Renewable energy)s, particularly hydroelectricity and ethanol; the Itaipu Dam is the world's largest hydroelectric plant (hydroelectricity) by energy generation.


Netherlands

Wachten op de Elfstedentocht last Haan first Rob de date 9 January 2010 publisher Nu.nl language Dutch accessdate 24 February 2010 and has become famous for some of the incidents that happened to him during his career. *'''March 31''': Arco agrees to be acquired by BP Amoco PLC for $26.6 billion in stock. If approved, the merger will create the largest oil producer in the United States and one of the largest energy companies in the world. The deal marks the fourth largest oil company merger since the onset of low oil prices in late 1997. (DJ), (WSJ) *'''April 5''': Following the arrival in the Netherlands of two Libyan suspects in the 1988 bombing of Pan American Flight 103 that killed 270 people, United Nations sanctions against Libya are suspended. The sanctions, imposed on March 31, 1992, initially included a ban on the sale of equipment for refining and transporting oil, but excluded oil production equipment. Sanctions were then expanded on November 11, 1993, to include a freeze on Libya's overseas assets, excluding revenue from oil, natural gas, or agricultural products. (DJ) *'''April 15''': The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announces that it will begin taking oil deliveries within the next few days under its plan to add Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands


Soviet Union

''. In November 1989, and in April 1990, he was honorarily elected into the Greek parliament through the nationwide list of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement. This was denounced by conservative circles, with the journalist Eleni Vlahou (Kathimerini) calling it a futile attempt to rehabilitate a "senile criminal". Wikipedia:Post-Soviet states commons:Союз Советских Социалистических Республик


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