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with friendly environment generally called "Home of Peace" hence host different religious practice and training institutions. Located on the city's GRA, the degree-awarding United Missionary Theological College (affiliated with the University of Ibadan) produces many church ministers, teachers and theologians of all denominations, the College of Arabic and Islamic Legal Studies in Adeta Area trains Muslims in various Islamic, Arabic and social science disciplines. Alfa Alimi's Mosque

Legal Studies *United Missionary Theological Seminary. *School of Nursing and Midwifery *National Centre for Agricultural Mechanization *Agriculture and Rural Management Training Institute *Michael Imoudu Institute for Labour Studies *Kwara state University *Federal Training Center *Government Secondary School, Ilorin Founded in 1914 *Ansarul Islam Secondary School, Ilorin *Mount Carmel College, Ilorin See also * Railway stations

Higher Education Funding Council for England

established law school in the north-east of England. It boasts a number of recognised international and national experts in a variety of areas of legal scholarship ranging from Common and Chancery law, to International and European law, as well as contextual, socio-legal and theoretical legal studies.<

Huron County, Ontario

was educated at public schools in Kilburn (Kilburn, Ontario), at Trinity College School in Port Hope (Port Hope, Ontario), and at Trinity College (Trinity College (Toronto)) in Toronto. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the latter institution, and entered the office of Holmstead & McCaughey in Seaforth (Seaforth, Ontario) as a law student. He also worked for Foy & Tupper in Toronto before moving to Manitoba in 1882, where he completed his legal studies at the firm of Kennedy & Sutherland in Winnipeg. He was called to the bar in November 1882, and briefly praciced in Winnipeg before moving to Brandon (Brandon, Manitoba) in February 1883. He joined T.M. Daly in a law business, and continued this partnership for twelve years before forming the firm of Coldwell, Coleman & Curran. Coldwell was involved in Brandon municipal affairs, and was a member of the city council for twenty years. He was born in Dundee, Scotland, the son of Colin Ross and Elizabeth McLagan, and came to Upper Canada with his family in 1834. He served as a clerk in the Bank of Upper Canada and was manager for the Royal Canadian Bank and then the Canadian Bank of Commerce at Goderich (Goderich, Ontario). In 1852, he married Agnes Kydd. In 1858, he was named treasurer for the united counties of Huron (Huron County, Ontario) and Bruce (Bruce County, Ontario). He continued to serve as treasurer for Huron from 1866 to 1883 after the two counties were split. Ross also served as Commissioner of Agriculture for the province from 1883 to 1888. In 1890, he was named county clerk for York County (York County, Ontario). He was a lieutenant-colonel in the local militia and served during the Fenian raids. '''South Huron''' is a municipality in the Canadian (Canada) province of Ontario, located in the southern part of Huron County (Huron County, Ontario). It was formed by amalgamation of the townships of Stephen and Usborne with the Town of Exeter (Exeter, Ontario) in 2001, in an Ontario-wide municipal restructuring imposed by the provincial government. *Brant County (County of Brant) (Burford (Burford, Ontario)) *Huron County (Huron County, Ontario) (Goderich (Goderich, Ontario)) *Perth County (Perth County, Ontario) (Stratford (Stratford, Ontario)) - Huron (Huron County, Ontario) & Bruce (Bruce County, Ontario) William Cayley - Huron (Huron County, Ontario) & Bruce (Bruce County, Ontario) John Holmes - Huron (Huron County, Ontario) & Bruce (Bruce County, Ontario) James Dickson The '''Municipality of Bluewater''' is located in Huron County, Ontario, Canada. It was formed in 2001 when the Ontario Government (Government of Ontario) instituted the amalgamation of municipalities throughout the province. Specifically, the former townships of Hay and Stanley were merged with the villages of Bayfield (Bayfield, Ontario), Hensall (Hensall, Ontario) and Zurich (Zurich, Ontario). The '''Municipality of Huron East''' is a Canadian (Canada) municipality located in Huron County (Huron County, Ontario), Ontario. It was formed in 2001 as an amalgamation of the former Grey, McKillop and Tuckersmith townships with the town of Seaforth (Seaforth, Ontario) and village of Brussels (Brussels, Ontario) due to an Ontario-wide local government restructuring imposed by the government of that time. The new municipality is structured as five wards (Ward (politics)) based on the former townships, town and village. The '''Municipality of Morris-Turnberry''' is a municipality in Huron County, Ontario, Canada. It is located in the north portion of Huron County, near the Bruce County border, southeast of Wingham (Wingham, Ontario). The '''Township of North Huron''' is a municipality in Huron County, Ontario, Canada. It was formed in 2001 when the Ontario government imposed amalgamation on municipalities throughout the provinces. Specifically, the former township of East Wawanosh was merged with the village of Blyth (Blyth, Ontario) and the town of Wingham (Wingham, Ontario). '''CKYC-FM''' is a Canadian (Canada) radio station, broadcasting at 93.7 FM (FM radio) in Owen Sound, Ontario. The station airs a country music format branded as '''Country 93''', primarily for Grey (Grey County, Ontario)-Bruce Counties (Bruce County, Ontario) but also serving northern parts of Huron (Huron County, Ontario) and Wellington (Wellington County, Ontario) Counties. The station is known for its active support of local country music, as well as bringing national and international country music acts to Grey and Bruce counties. He was born in Keppoch, Scotland in 1790 and joined the Royal Navy at the age of 13. He became a lieutenant while serving during the Napoleonic Wars; he later reached the rank of captain. He retired from the Navy in 1823 and came to Upper Canada in 1833 with his brother William "Tiger" Dunlop who was a general superintendent for the Canada Company. He was appointed a justice of the peace in the London District (London District, Upper Canada) in the same year. In 1835, he was elected to the 13th Parliament of Upper Canada for the new riding of Huron (Huron County, Ontario). He tended to support the province's administration, including Lieutenant Governor Sir Francis Bond Head and was reelected in 1836. In 1837, he joined the Orange Lodge (Orange Order of Canada) and became a member of its provincial executive in 1838. He was named a colonel in the Huron militia during the Upper Canada Rebellion, but his unit was not called to serve. He supported the redistribution of the clergy reserves among the Protestant churches and promoting immigration to Upper Canada. He also supported the campaign against slavery in the province.

Beckley, West Virginia

university based in Beckley, West Virginia, United States. The university offers more than 60 undergraduate, master's, and certificate programs, as well as a doctoral degree program. http: academics Most of the university's programs focus on the professions in business, technology, and health and human services. Many of MSU's degree programs such as Accounting, Legal Studies, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Leadership, Psychology

Grand Duchy of Baden

;Arvind TT; Stirton L 2010 1–29" 1803 to 1933 Heidelberg fell to the Grand Duchy of Baden in 1803. Charles Frederick, Grand

Rhine Province

Duchy of Berg and the Grand Duchy of Baden, the Napoleonic code was in use until the introduction of the Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch in 1900 as the first common civil code for the entire German Empire.


scholarship in grammar and philosophical-psychological (''abhidhamma'') studies as well as works in a variety of languages on prosody (Prosody (linguistics)), phonology, grammar, astrology, alchemy, medicine, and legal studies. Lieberman 2003: 115–116 The city attracted monks and students from as far as India, Ceylon as well as the Khmer Empire. The culture of Bagan was dominated by religion. The religion of Bagan was fluid


. Katsav was born in Yazd and Mofaz was born in Tehran. Life After graduating from high school in Yazd and receiving his BS in Law in Teheran, he set off for France to continue his legal studies and to take his MS and PhD. Afterwards he returned to Iran and began teaching Literature and Law at the University of Tehran. The Mozaffaris were a family that settled in Khorasan (greater Khorasan) from the beginning of Caliphal (Caliphate) rule there. They stayed in Khorasan up until the Mongol invasion of that province, at which point they fled to Yazd. Serving under the Il-Khans, they gained prominence when Sharaf al-Din Muzaffar was made governor of Maibud (Meybod). He was tasked with crushing the robber-bands that were roaming around the country. Sharaf al-Din's son, Mubariz ad-Din Muhammad, was brought up at the Il-Khan's court but returned to Maibud upon the death of the Il-Khan Öljeitü. In around 1319 he overthrew the atabeg of Yazd and was subsequently recognized as governor of the city by the central Il-Khan government. Following this he began fighting against the Neguderis, a Mongol tribal group. He managed to face this crisis with a minimum of loss. :''Main article: Atar, Zoroastrian fire.'' thumb right 250px Tourists and burning fire in the Zoroastrian temple of Yazd (Image:Zoroastrian Fire Temple, Yazd.jpg), Iran So effective has been the windcatcher in Persian architecture that it has been routinely used as a refrigerating device (yakhchal) for ages. Many traditional water reservoirs (ab anbars) are built with windcatchers that are capable of storing water at near freezing temperatures for months in summer. The evaporative cooling effect is strongest in the driest climates, such as on the Iranian plateau, hence the ubiquitous use of these devices in drier areas such as Yazd, Kerman, Kashan, Sirjan, Nain (Nain, Iran), and Bam (Bam, Iran). This is especially visible in ab anbars that use windcatchers. Image:Bad Gir Yazd Dolat Abad.jpg The windcatcher of "Dowlat-abad" in Yazd, Iran — one of the tallest extant windcatchers Image:Borujerdiha.jpg Borujerdi ha House (Khaneh Borujerdi ha), in central Iran. Built in 1857, it is an excellent example of ancient Persian desert architecture. The two tall windcatchers cool the '''andaruni''' section of the house. Wikipedia:Yazd Commons:Yazd fa:یزد

Province of Posen

. He then continued his legal studies at Breslau and Berlin, and after a visit of three years to England, then the model state for German liberals, entered the Prussian judicial service. '''Moritz Lazarus''' (15 September 1824 - 13 April 1903), born at Filehne, in the Prussian province of Province of Posen


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