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Da Lat

of Vietnam of Emperor Bảo Đại (Bao Dai), which fought the Việt Minh (Vietminh) of Hồ Chí Minh (Ho Chi Minh). Born in Da Lat, Vietnam in 1938, '''Gilles Larrain''' was first a painter, who went through the ''École des Beaux-Arts'' in Paris, and one of the pioneers in kinetic art in the 1960s, using air, smoke, light, water and neon tubes (neon lighting). Fascinated by the complementarity between paintings and photography, he became later a New York photographer and artist


Trois-Rivières

http: web.archive.org web 20080319113419 http%3A www.cns-snc.ca history DouglasPoint AECL-2400 AECL2400-1.html archivedate March 19, 2008 deadurl yes thumb left Gentilly-1 (right) and Gentilly-2 (left) (File:Centrale nucléaire Gentilly.jpg) Gentilly-1 (Gentilly Nuclear Generating Station), in Bécancour, Quebec near Trois-Rivières, Quebec, was also an experimental version of CANDU, using a boiling light-water coolant and vertical pressure tubes, but was not considered successful and closed after seven years of fitful operation. Gordon Edwards, "Nuclear Power in Quebec", Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility, 1995 Gentilly-2, a CANDU-6 reactor, has been operating since 1983. It is owned and operated by Hydro-Québec. WikiPedia:Trois-Rivières, Quebec Dmoz:Regional North_America Canada Quebec Localities T Trois-Rivieres commons:Trois-Rivières


Georgetown, Guyana

. It is home to the Lusignan Golf Course, Guyana's only golf course, and there is also a community centre which houses the Lusignan Cricket Club and a Dental Surgery. The village constitutes a market square, supermarket, and pharmacy, and one of the Guyana's five maximum security prisons. Transportation for the village is via a railway embankment and the major East Coast highway, and connects the community to the capital city.


North Korea

from 1990 to 1993. He also sat on European Engineering giant Asea Brown Boveri's board from 1990 to 2001, a company which sold two light-water nuclear reactors to the Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization for installation in North Korea, as part of the 1994 agreed framework (Agreed Framework between the United States of America and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea) reached under President Bill Clinton. Rumsfeld's office said that he did not "recall

to that of the neighboring countries. The '''Agreed Framework between the United States of America and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea''' was signed on October 21, 1994 between North Korea (DPRK) and the United States. The objective of the agreement was the freezing and replacement of North Korea's indigenous nuclear power plant program with more nuclear proliferation resistant light water reactor power plants, and the step-by-step normalization of relations

nuclear reactors. It is located in the county of Nyŏngbyŏn in North Pyong'an Province, about 90 km north of Pyongyang. The center produced the fissile material for North Korea's nuclear weapon tests in 2006 (2006 North Korean nuclear test) and 2009 (2009 North Korean nuclear test), and since 2009 is developing indigenous light water reactor nuclear power station technology. File:Yongbyon, disabled nuclear fuel fabrication facility machine shop.jpg thumb


Gabon

because 2 billion years before the present, natural uranium was richer in the shorter-lived fissile isotope 235 U (about 3%), than natural uranium available today (which is only 0.7%, and must be enriched to 3% to be usable in light-water reactors). Although nuclear fission reactors are often thought of as being solely a product of modern technology, the first nuclear fission reactors were in fact naturally occurring. A natural


West Germany

and English (English language), and the FDO administration gave him a drawing of a centrifuge machine for translation. However, Khan later joined the URENCO Group after Urenco offered him a prestigious job. Khan was responsible for performing experiments on uranium metallurgy and was tasked to produce commercial-grade uranium usable for light

water reactors . In the meantime, the URENCO Group gave drawings of centrifuges for the solution of engineering problems that Urenco's engineers were facing. The Urenco facility used Zippe-type centrifuge technology to separate the fissile (Fissile material) isotopes 235 U (Uranium-235) from non-fissile 238 Uranium-238 U


Toronto

water reactor s in principle (however the design has considerable differences). Fission (nuclear fission) reactions in the reactor core heat pressurized heavy water in a ''primary cooling loop''. A heat exchanger, also known as a steam generator, transfers the heat to a light-water ''secondary cooling loop'', which powers a steam turbine with an electrical generator attached to it (typical Rankine thermodynamic cycle). The exhaust steam from the turbines is then condensed

Pictou County . Prince Edward Island's only significant population centres are in Charlottetown and Summerside (Summerside, Prince Edward Island). During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, just the opposite was the case with little to no population concentration in major industrial centres as the predominantly rural resource-dependent Maritime economy continued on the same path as it had since European settlement on the region's shores. The CANDU reactor is similar to most light


Soviet Union

, which emerged victorious in 1949. Ambiguities in the treaties that ceded Outer Manchuria to Russia led to dispute over the political status of several islands. This led to armed conflict in 1969, called the Sino-Soviet border conflict. In 2004, Russia agreed to transfer Yinlong Island and one half of Heixiazi Island to the PRC, ending an enduring border dispute. Formal ground breaking on the site for two light water reactors (LWR) was on August 21, 1997 at Kumho (South

pressurized water reactors fueled with uranium. The family of nuclear reactors known as light water reactors (LWR), cooled and moderated using ordinary water, tend to be simpler and cheaper to build than other types of nuclear reactor; due to these factors, they make up the vast majority of civil nuclear reactors and naval propulsion reactors in service throughout the world as of 2009. LWRs can be subdivided into three categories - pressurized water reactors (PWRs), boiling water reactors

national design distinctions from Western PWRs. The SWR remains hypothetical as of 2009; it is a Generation IV design that is still a light water reactor, but it is only partially moderated by light water and exhibits certain characteristics of a fast neutron reactor. Studies of usage in modern medicine began in the Soviet Union in the 1950s. The active ingredient was extracted, identified, and studied, in particular in relation to its acetylcholinesterase (AChE)-inhibiting properties. The bulk of the work was carried out by Soviet pharmacologists Mashkovsky and Kruglikova-Lvova, beginning in 1951. Snowdrops: the heralds of spring and a modern drug for Alzheimer’s disease The work of Mashkovsky and Kruglikova-Lvova was the first published work that demonstrated the AChE-inhibiting properties of galantamine. Mashkovsky MD, Kruglikova-Lvova RP. On the pharmacology of the new alkaloid galantamine. Farmakologia Toxicologia (Moscow) 1951;14:27-30 (in Russian). European politics In his foreign policy, Prime Minister Tătărescu balanced two different priorities, attempting to strengthen the traditional military alliance (Polish-Romanian Alliance) with Poland (Second Polish Republic) which was aimed at the Soviet Union, and reacting against the growing regional influence of Nazi Germany by maintaining the relevancy of the Little Entente and establishing further contacts with the Soviets. Titanium Man I '''Boris Bullski''' was born in Makeyevka (Makiivka), Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union. According to the Black Widow (Black Widow (Natalia Romanova)), he was a KGB-member when he was a young man, and she was his combat instructor for a time. An ambitious official of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Boris Bullski was demoted after displeasing his superiors. Later years In her later years, she became a patron of the arts and was known for her friendship with notable scientists like Albert Einstein. During the German (Nazi Germany) occupation of Belgium from 1940 to 1944, she used her German connections and influence to assist in the rescue of hundreds of Jewish children from deportation by the Nazis. When Brussels was liberated, she allowed her palace to be used for HQ of the British XXX Corps (XXX Corps (United Kingdom)), and presented its commander General Horrocks (Brian Horrocks) with its mascot, a young wild boar named 'Chewing Gum'. p.70, Horrocks, Brian, Belfield, Eversley, Essame, H., Corps Commader, Magnum Books, London, 1977 After the war she was awarded the title Righteous Among the Nations by the Israeli government. During the 1950s, the Queen aggravated the Americans (USA) by visiting the Soviet Union, China (People's Republic of China) and Poland (People's Republic of Poland), trips that led her to being known as the "Red Queen." thumb 300px ''MiG-23 armed with two ''R-24R'' (long white) and two Molniya R-60 R-60 (Image:MiG-23 underside.jpg) (short white) missiles.'' The '''Vympel R-23''' (NATO reporting name '''AA-7 ''Apex''''') is a medium-range air-to-air missile developed by the Soviet Union for fighter aircraft. An updated version with greater range, the '''R-24''', replaced it in service. It is comparable to the American (United States) AIM-7 Sparrow, both in terms of overall performance as well as role. command_structure Ministry of Medium Machine Building (Ministry of Medium Machine Building (Soviet Union)) garrison Atomgrad, Soviet Union Semipalatinsk Test Site Chagan Lake (Lake Chagan) nickname The '''Soviet project to develop an atomic bomb''' (Russian: (Russian language) Создание советской атомной бомбы), was a clandestine research and development program began during (World war II) and post-World War II, in the wake of the Soviet Union's discovery of the United States' nuclear project (Manhattan Project). This scientific research was directed by Soviet nuclear physicist Igor Kurchatov, while the military logistics and intelligence efforts were undertaken and managed by NKVD director Lavrentiy Beria. The Soviet Union benefited from highly successful espionage (Nuclear espionage) efforts (Soviet Atomic Spy Ring) on the part of the Soviet military intelligence (GRU) (GRU). During the midst of World War II, the program was started by Joseph Stalin who received a letter from physicist Georgy Flyorov urging him to start the research, as Flyorov had long suspected that many of the Allied powers (Allies of World War II) were already secretly advancing after the discovery of nuclear fission in 1939. However, because of the bloody and intensified war (Operation Barbarossa) with Germany (Nazi Germany) on the Eastern Front (Eastern Front (World War II)), the large scale efforts prevented Soviets from developing the atomic bomb, but accelerated the program after the American (United States) atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagaski (Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki), thus putting an end to World War II (End of World War II in Europe). The Soviet atomic project was charged with gathering intelligence efforts on German nuclear program (German nuclear energy project) as well as the American nuclear efforts. After the atomic raids on Japan and the subsequent Japanese surrender (Allied occupation of Japan) in 1945, the Soviet Union expanded its research facilities, military reactors, and employed a number of scientists, including its atomic spies who successfully penetrated the American nuclear weapons efforts. List of NOCs by recognition date Below is a chronological list of the 204 NOCs recognized by the International Olympic Committee, since its foundation in 1894. Many of these committees were founded many years before their official recognition, while others were immediately accepted after being founded. Former states, nowadays non-existent (e.g. Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, etc.), are not listed, only the current states derived from them. Another theme Foucault concentrates on is the neo-liberalism conception of social effects, ''Gesellschaftspolitik'', known in English, from the German, as the ''policy of society'', ''The Birth of Biopolitics'' pp.129-157 (2008) ''The Birth of Biopolitics'' pp.101-128 (2008) ''The Birth of Biopolitics'' pp.159-184 (2008) this policy of society addresses the general or whole consensus of society. But this ''Gesellschaftspolitik'' had a two sided inconsistency, it had to produce the willing actors who take part in the economic process to accept the reality of their economic position and therefore their fate. The working population or labor force, the ones involved in production, madness, disease, medicine, delinquency, sexuality, but somehow, none of these faults errors never existed before practices were involved and invented to become part of collective consciousness within practices. Foucault deals with this problem as necessary intrinsic operations of government which inextribably can produce ''regimes of truth'' (Foucault means regimes of truth as necessary social practices which become necessary objects of knowledge). The ability to extrapolate a collective of co-ordinate errors becoming co-ordinated practices which become something that did not exist in the first place, but now becomes established systems of knowledge objects. ''The Birth of Biopolitics'' pp.1-25 (2008) ''The Birth of Biopolitics'' pp.27-51 (2008) The political regimes of truth (political power upon every aspect of human social life), the battle between legitimacy, submitting to a fabricated division between true and false. Foucault begins to try to trace back through time how this was at all possible, Foucault manages this task by reading into the set of practices interwoven into the policy of society, this was accomplished from the 16th until the 18th century where there was a whole set of practices of tax levies, customs, charges, manufacture regulations, regulations of grain prices, the protection and codification of market practices, etc. This was well conceived by the exercise of sovereign rights, feudal rights, as the maintenance of customs, as effective procedure of enrichment for the financial administration of the general sovereign or the tax authorities, or as techniques for preventing urban revolt due to the discontent of this or that group of subjects. ''The Birth of Biopolitics'' pp.129-150 (2008) Foucault takes a look at these general practices through looking at the economic practices involved from the 18th century (where Mercantilism was at its peak) where a coherence strategy established a intellgible mechanism which provided a coherent link, together these different practices and their effects, and consequently allows one to judge all these practices as good or bad, not in terms of a law or moral principle, but in terms of propositions subject to the false dichotomy between true and false. Governments, Foucault noticed, were compelled to enter this competitive environment, by doing so entering into new regimes of truth with the fundamental effect of reconfiguring all the questions formally beset by the art of government. Foucault now turns his attention to ordoliberalism's view on social policy and how this can be woven into society's political power which differentates from Adam Smith's liberalism two centuries earlier. This problem was faced head on by ordoliberalism; how can the overall exercise of political power be modeled on the principles of a market economy? To accomplish this the old version of classic liberalism had to be subjected to a whole series of modifications. The first set of transformations was the dissociation of the market economy from the political principle of laissez-faire, this uncoupling of the market and laissez-faire was replaced with, not abandon by a theory of pure competition which produced a formal structure and formal properties which could lay the fundamental principle of the compective structure that assured economic regulation through the price mechanism. This break from traditional liberalism principles, founded by Walter Lippmann and expressed by such others as Jacques Rueff, Wilhelm Röpke, Alexander Rüstow, Friedrich Hayek, Robert Marjolin, Ludwig von Mises, and their intermediaries and a non-economist, but however was highly influential, Raymond Aron. All of these people set up a committee, a highly influential think tank called CERL Wikipedia:Post-Soviet states commons:Союз Советских Социалистических Республик


Vietnam

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