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Orizaba

facilities, they are still not being used the majority of the time. The water, which contains heavy metals such as mercury, lead, copper, zinc, chrome, cadmium and selenium is then used by the farmers to irrigate their land. The cost of environmental deterioration in 2002 was estimated to be $63 billion per year. Lagos Cházaro studied for a legal career in Veracruz, Puebla and Mexico City. In 1909 he joined the antireelectionist movement against President


Kičevo

merchants started moving in and opening stores. There is also a market day, Tuesday. Merchants from Kruševo, Kičevo, Tetovo and Veles (Veles (city)) were the founders of the Gostivar merchant centre at that time. But today they have become electricians, mechanics workers. Today Gostivar is a modern city. Legal career and communist activities on the side After passing the lawyer's and judge's exams, Velebit began working as legal assistant at the District Court in Niš


Camagüey

, Camagüey, Cuba death_date DATE OF BIRTH January 6, 1926 PLACE OF BIRTH Berrocal, Camagüey, Cuba DATE OF DEATH February 13, 2003 Guillén was born in Camagüey, Cuba. He studied law at the University of Havana, but he soon abandoned a legal career and worked as a typographer and journalist. On October 28, 1959, Camilo’s Cessna 310 ('FAR-53') disappeared over the ocean during a night flight from Camagüey


Brockville

are the only market with a Bell Media AC station having other rival AC stations (the only AC station from the company, Vancouver's CHQM-FM, would be the only AC station there). Family and legal career After the war, Matheson met Edith Bickley, a radiologist's assistant, in St. Anne de Bellevue Hospital in Montreal, Quebec. He said they would never have met if she hadn’t been such a curious nurse. The couple married and eventually had six children. He received a Bachelor of Laws degree from Osgoode Hall Law School, a Master of Arts (Master of Arts (postgraduate)) degree from Mount Allison University, and a Master of Laws degree from the University of Western Ontario. He was called to the Bar (Call to the bar) of Ontario in 1948 and was created a Queen's Counsel in 1967. He practiced law with the firm of Matheson, Henderson & Hart in Brockville, Ontario. John now resides in Kingston, Ontario in the St. Lawrence Place retirement residence. *Montreal – Jonquière train to Shawinigan, Chambord (Chambord, Quebec), and Jonquière *''Toronto-Montreal'' to Cornwall (Cornwall, Ontario), Brockville, Kingston (Kingston, Ontario), Belleville (Belleville, Ontario), Oshawa and Toronto Suttles made his first appearance in the Closed Canadian Chess Championship at Brockville, 1961, at age 15, and scored 3 11. http: www.chessmetrics.com, the Duncan Suttles results file. Suttles won the British Columbia Championship in 1963 and 1966. http: www.ncf.ca bw998 canchess.html. In his second Closed, he scored 8.5 from 15 games at Winnipeg 1963, finishing just above the middle of the strongest and youngest field yet seen in a Canadian final. Suttles tied for 3rd-5th places in the 1964 Canadian Open Chess Championship in Toronto, and as the top junior, qualified for the 1965 Junior World Chess Championship. ''Chess on the Edge'', by Bruce Harper and Yasser Seirawan, Chess'n Math Association publishers, Montreal 2008, p. xii. At home in Vancouver for the 1965 Canadian Championship, Suttles scored 8 11 and finished second, behind eight-time champion Daniel Yanofsky. As a dual Canadian-American citizen, Suttles was also eligible for the United States Championship, New York 1965-66, in which he finished last with 2.5 11, an event won by Bobby Fischer. In the meantime, an initial group of officers had been sent to Brockville to undergo special training and the Regiment left for Valcartier, where it underwent intensive training from December 1941 to mid-April 1942. It was subsequently sent to Nanaimo, British Columbia, where it participated in the defence of Canada as part of the 13th Infantry Brigade, 6th Canadian Infantry Division. This was the first time that a Francophone regiment had been stationed on Vancouver Island. In the year 1861, a major development also occurred when which a second unit, The Brockville Infantry Company, came into existence. Despite being similar in some respects the Rifles wore the traditional dark green of a rifle company and the infantry wore the scarlet red, common of all line infantry. Five years later the units were reorganized into the 41st Brockville Battalion of Rifles. This battalion had six companies spread across immediate area. The organisation was as follows: 1 Coy was in Brockville, 2 Coy was in Gananoque, 3 Coy was in Perth (Perth, Ontario), 4 Coy was in Merrickville, 5 Coy was in Carleton Place, and finally 6 Coy was in Pakenham. At the same time the 42nd Battalion of Infantry came into existence, however they became the Lanark and Renfrew Scottish Regiment. Later during the Fenian Raids, the regiment was successful in combating and fending off the Fenian Brotherhood in the raids of 1866 and 1870. The regiment also contributed troops to the Boer War in 1899. The Brocks train regularly in either CFB Petawawa or at CFB Kingston. On some occasions the unit has even conducted urban style training exercises in the City of Brockville. Members of the unit can usually expect to train a minimum of one night a week and one weekend exercise a month. Often, members of the unit will train and parade more often. Training consists of basic infantry soldier skills, individual battle task standards, and more advanced training that is more pertinent to current operations overseas in Afghanistan, which is usually headed by senior members with one or more deployments to Afghanistan. The unit often trains with its sister unit, The Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders, as well as participating in Brigade level training exercises with 33 Canadian Brigade Group. The '''Brockville railway station''' in Brockville, Ontario, Canada is served by Via Rail trains running from Toronto to Ottawa and Montreal. It is staffed, with ticket sales, free outdoor parking, telephones, washrooms, and wheelchair access to the platform and trains. Via Rail - Station Description His working life began as a farmer in Rochester (Rochester, New York), New York, then moved on to being a machinist's apprentice in Almonte, Ontario. In 1873 journeyman Neilson worked in Brockville, Ontario, moving on in 1889 to retail store. Afterward he sold his store in 1890 and moved to Toronto and began a grocery store that eventually failed. Leaving his family behind, he moved to North Dakota to work as a farmer with his brother Jessie. - CNL3 XBR Brockville-Thousand Islands Regional Tackaberry Airport (Brockville Municipal Airport) Brockville, Ontario - - CPH8 Brockville (Medical) Heliport (List of heliports in Canada#31) Brockville, Ontario - - Brockville, Ontario CJPT (CJPT-FM) 103.7 FM ''"Bob FM"'' the Toronto Coach Terminal, Coach Canada operates casino shuttles from Toronto to Fallsview Casino in Niagara Falls. Under the Megabus (Megabus (North America)) Canada brand, Coach Canada operates double-decker buses to Montreal via Kingston (Kingston, Ontario) with stops in Kirkland, QC (Kirkland, Quebec), Cornwall (Cornwall, Ontario), Brockville, and the Scarborough Centre Bus Terminal. Coach Canada also operates buses to Niagara Falls (Niagara Falls, Ontario), with select buses going to Buffalo (Buffalo, New York) and Buffalo International Airport. In conjunction with Megabus USA (operated by Coach USA), Coach Canada operates buses to Buffalo, NY, Buffalo International Airport, Rochester (Rochester, New York) on limited schedules, Syracuse (Syracuse, New York), New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. Please see the Toronto Hub section on this page (Megabus (North America)) for more information on their schedules. birth_date


Rhine Province

and a silver grade Wound Badge. DATE OF BIRTH June 22, 1893 PLACE OF BIRTH Elberfeld, Rhine Province, Germany (German Empire) DATE OF DEATH April 29, 1945


Easton, Pennsylvania

1889 1 5 Early life and legal career Crater was born on January 5, 1889, in Easton, Pennsylvania, the eldest of four children born to Frank Ellsworth Crater and the former Leila Virginia Montague. records of the members of the First Methodist Church, Easton, PA World War I draft registration (Media:Crater draft.jpg) Joseph Force Crater (Media:1900 census Crater.jpg) in the 1900 US Census; Easton, Pennsylvania Harold Leslie Crater, Jr., ''The descendents sic of Moritz Creeter (1703–1772), who arrived at the Port of Philadelphia on the ship Mortonhouse on August 19, 1729'' (privately published, 2003), p. 160. He was educated (higher education) at Lafayette College (Class of 1910) and Columbia University. Early life and legal career Crater was born on January 5, 1889, in Easton, Pennsylvania, the eldest of four children born to Frank Ellsworth Crater and the former Leila Virginia Montague. records of the members of the First Methodist Church, Easton, PA World War I draft registration (Media:Crater draft.jpg) Joseph Force Crater (Media:1900 census Crater.jpg) in the 1900 US Census; Easton, Pennsylvania Harold Leslie Crater, Jr., ''The descendents sic of Moritz Creeter (1703–1772), who arrived at the Port of Philadelphia on the ship Mortonhouse on August 19, 1729'' (privately published, 2003), p. 160. He was educated (higher education) at Lafayette College (Class of 1910) and Columbia University. DATE OF BIRTH 1889-01-05 PLACE OF BIRTH Easton (Easton, Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania, United States DATE OF DEATH 1930-08-06 1896 Easton (Easton, Pennsylvania) to Phillipsburg (Phillipsburg, New Jersey) Pennsylvania & New Jersey thumb Western Jersey City (File:Morris Canal ROW Suburbia JC jeh.jpg) On the canal's western end, at Phillipsburg, a cable ferry allowed Morris Canal boats to cross the Delaware River westward to Easton, Pennsylvania, and travel up the Lehigh Canal to Mauch Chunk (Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania), in the anthracite coal regions, to receive their cargoes from the mines. From Phillipsburg, the Morris Canal ran eastward through the valley of the Musconetcong River, which it roughly paralleled upstream to its source at Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey's largest lake. From the lake the canal descended through the valley of the Rockaway River to Boonton (Boonton, New Jersey), eventually around the northern end of Paterson (Paterson, New Jersey)'s Garret Mountain (Garret Mountain Reservation), and south to its 1831 terminus at Newark (Newark, New Jersey) on the Passaic River. From there it continued eastward across Kearny (Kearny, New Jersey) Point and through Jersey City to the Hudson River. The extension through Jersey City was at sea level and was supplied with water from the lower Hackensack River. From the Lehigh Gap, the river flows southeast to Allentown (Allentown, Pennsylvania), where it is joined by Little Lehigh Creek, then northeast past Bethlehem (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania), where it joins the Delaware River in Easton (Easton, Pennsylvania), along Pennsylvania's border with New Jersey. Biography Flynn was born in Easton, Pennsylvania. He earned a B.A. (Bachelor of Arts) in Mathematics from LaSalle University and an M.S. (Master of Science) in topology from Marquette University. Scope of Native American nations Negotiations of more than a week were concluded on October 26, 1758, at a ceremony held in Easton, Pennsylvania between the British (Kingdom of Great Britain) colonial governors of the provinces of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and representatives of 13 Indian nations, including the Iroquois, who sent chiefs (tribal chief) of three of their nations to ensure their domination of the Ohio Country region; the eastern and western Lenape (Delaware), represented by two chiefs and headmen; Shawnee and others. More than 500 Native Americans attended the outdoor ceremony, after lengthy negotiations to bring peace to the regions of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and the Ohio Country. Burton Kummerow,"Treaty of Easton gives sides new hope for peace", ''THE TRIBUNE-REVIEW'', 19 Oct 2008, accessed 19 Mar 2010 death_date History The Fountain House was one of seven taverns constructed in the mid-18th century by William Doyle, the founder of Doylestown. The first part of the building was constructed in 1758. Owned by a Tory during the American Revolutionary War, it was seized by government authorities and sold by auction. Throughout the 19th century, The Fountain House hosted, in addition to a tavern, the first Doylestown post office, and a stagecoach line connecting Philadelphia and Easton (Easton, Pennsylvania). The Fountain House was entered into the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. The theater department puts on several productions each year, including one large musical. In the spring of 2006, the arts department was honored with 5 Freddy Awards (The Freddy Awards) given out by the State Theater in neighboring Easton, Pennsylvania, including "Best Female Lead" and "Best Overall Production" for its rendition of Disney's ''Beauty and the Beast (Beauty and the Beast (musical))''. Nominated for 16 Freddys in 2008, Parkland won the award for Outstanding Scenic Design for their production of ''Les Misérables (Les Misérables (musical))''. Each year, the Freddys are awarded to recognize excellence in high school theater in the Lehigh Valley. Before he played in the major leagues, Abadie played first base for a semi-professional team in Easton, Pennsylvania. In 1874, the team beat the Philadelphia Athletics (Philadelphia Athletics (1860–1876)), the Philadelphia Whites, and the Brooklyn Atlantics. When the National Association (National Association of Professional Base Ball Players) expanded in 1875, Abadie and seven of his teammates were drafted because of the team's success. thumb 250px left AmeriGas, Ypsilanti, MI (Image:AmeriGas_Ypsilanti.JPG) Under the UGI Utilities, Inc., UGI serves 544,000 natural gas and 60,000 electricity customers in eastern and central Pennsylvania, including customers of UGI Penn Natural Gas (formerly PG Energy) and UGI Central Penn Gas (formerly PPL Gas Utilities). UGI Utilities operates in the urban areas in and around Harrisburg (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania), Lancaster (Lancaster, Pennsylvania), Reading (Reading, Pennsylvania), Allentown (Allentown, Pennsylvania), Bethlehem (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania), Easton (Easton, Pennsylvania), Hazleton (Hazleton, Pennsylvania), Wilkes Barre (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania), Lock Haven (Lock Haven, Pennsylvania), Pottsville (Pottsville, Pennsylvania), Stroudsburg (Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania), Lewistown (Lewistown, Pennsylvania), Huntingdon (Huntingdon, Pennsylvania), Shippensburg (Shippensburg, Pennsylvania), Lewisburg (Lewisburg, Pennsylvania), Scranton (Scranton, Pennsylvania) and Williamsport (Williamsport, Pennsylvania).


St. Joseph, Missouri

began his legal career in earnest. Academic program Synodical College was recognized by the University of Missouri as a standard junior college after 1916. Then in 1925 the Synod of Missouri approved a resolution at a meeting in St. Joseph, Missouri to enhance the curriculum with the goal of providing a four year collegiate program. The initial steps toward the goal included an affiliation agreement with Westminster (Westminster College, Missouri) for sharing of some faculty


Nevis

; her mother was the founder of the New Haven chapter of the NAACP. With financial help from a local philanthropist, Clarence Blakeslee, she initially attended Fisk University, a historically black college in Nashville, Tennessee, before deciding to return north to attend integrated New York University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1943. Motley then obtained her law degree from Columbia University School of Law in 1946. Her legal career began as a law clerk in the fledgling NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (LDF), where she worked with a distinguished group of civil rights attorneys, among them future U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Thurgood Marshall, prominent Jewish-American civil-rights advocate Jack Greenberg (Jack Greenberg (lawyer)), and many others. As the LDF's first female attorney, she became Associate Counsel to the LDF, making her a lead trial attorney in a number of early and significant civil rights cases. '''Nevis''' 75px (Image:Flag of Nevis.svg) *Premier (Premier of Nevis) Tobin was born in Salisbury, the son of James Tobin, a merchant, and his wife, born Webbe, the daughter of a rich West India sugar planter. George Tobin was his elder brother. Another brother, James Webbe Tobin (died 1814), an acquaintance of Charles Lamb and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, went to Nevis. About 1775 the father set out with his wife to Nevis in the West Indies. The children were left behind, and John was placed for a while under the care of Dr. Richard Mant, the father of Richard Mant the bishop, at Southampton. After the American War of Independence, James Tobin having returned to England and settled at Redland (Redland, Bristol), near Bristol, John was sent to Bristol Grammar School under Dr. Charles Lee. In 1787 he left Bristol to be articled to a solicitor in Lincoln's Inn, and, some ten years later, on his employer's death without a successor, he took over the practice in partnership with three other clerks in the office. Dissensions arose, and the arrangement broke down. Tobin eventually entered a new firm. The native range of these monkeys is sub-Saharan Africa from Senegal and Ethiopia south to South Africa. However, in previous centuries, a number of them were taken as pets by slavers, and were transported across the Atlantic Ocean to the Caribbean islands, along with the enslaved Africans. The monkeys subsequently escaped or were released and became naturalized. The descendents of those populations are found on the West Indian islands of Barbados, Saint Kitts, Nevis, Anguilla, and Saint Maarten. A colony also exists in Broward County, Florida. Development evolves; they adapt. St. Petersburg Times. Accessed 2008-07-11 death_date wikipedia:Nevis


Anguilla

to criminal violations of the banking laws and to tax evasion, and was sentenced to prison. The Supreme Court of New York Appellate Division, in disbarring Anderson from the practice of law, called his disbarment "a sad but we think necessary end to the legal career of one who has in times less beclouded by poor and corrupt judgment served his country in high office as Secretary of Treasury, Deputy Secretary of the Navy and as Special Ambassador to Panama during the Panama Canal


Fort Smith, Arkansas

. Department of Homeland Security. In 2006, Hutchinson ran as Republican (Republican Party (United States)) candidate for governor of Arkansas (Arkansas gubernatorial election, 2006) and lost to Democratic (Democratic Party (United States)) candidate Mike Beebe. Legal career Hutchinson practiced law in Fort Smith (Fort Smith, Arkansas) for 21 years and handled more than 100 jury trials. It was during this time that he was appointed by President (President of the United States) Ronald


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