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Saticoy, California

Buenaventura on the coast. "TOWN OF SATICOY" 3 MR 20. ''Ventura County Recorder'' Surveyed Sep. 1887, Recorded May 1, 1889. Retrieved October 28, 2013 from CountyView GIS: layer "Record Maps" Two historic buildings attest to the important role Saticoy once held in the local agricultural economy: Walnut Growers Association Warehouse, and Saticoy Bean Warehouse.<

Ashburn, Ontario

: books?id hFUYAAAAYAAJ&vq ashburn&pg PA22#v onepage&q&f false Lovell's Gazetteer of British North America (Montreal: Lovell, 1875), 22. In the nineteenth century the local Agricultural Society regularly held cattle fairs in the village. W. H. Higgins, ''The Life and Times of Joseph Gould'', (Toronto: C. Blackett Robinson, 1887), 262; also 129. ref

Fergus, Ontario

from 1907 to 1913, and was the community's reeve (Reeve (Canada)) in 1914. He was also president of the local Agricultural Society for many years. Grain was born in Fergus (Fergus, Ontario), Canada West (now Ontario), and attended the Toronto School of Medicine. He practiced medicine, and was assistant surgeon of the 91st battalion in Canada. Grain was one of the charter holders of the Winnipeg and Northern Railway, and served as mayor of Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba) in 1896. In religion, he was a member of the Church of England. - Fergus (Groves Memorial Community Hospital) Heliport (List of heliports in Canada#81) CPB2 Fergus (Fergus, Ontario), Ontario - - Fergus (Holyoake Airfield) Aerodrome CPY9 Fergus (Fergus, Ontario), Ontario - - Fergus (Juergensen Field) Airport CPG7 Fergus (Fergus, Ontario), Ontario - - Fergus (Royland Field) Aerodrome CPR9 Fergus (Fergus, Ontario), Ontario - - Fergus (Vodarek Field) Aerodrome CVF2 Fergus (Fergus, Ontario), Ontario - - Fergus (Groves Memorial Community Hospital) CPB2 Private Groves Memorial Community Hospital Fergus (Fergus, Ontario) ON (Ontario) Fox has a wife, Carol, and daughter, Sarah. He and his wife live in Fergus, Ontario, just outside of Toronto, in an 1860s farmhouse.

Rift Valley Province

Nyanza Province (w:Nyanza Province), with 750 infections and 45 deaths, has felt the brunt of the outbreak. Over 1,200 cases have been reported in the provinces of Nyanza, Rift Valley (w:Rift Valley Province), North Eastern (w:North Eastern Province (Kenya)) and Western (w:Western Province (Kenya)). According to ''Agence France-Presse (w:Agence France-Presse)'', officials have reported 45 people dead in Nyanza Province, 12 in North Eastern Province and seven in Rift Valley Province. Health officials have stated that the actual number of deaths due to the outbreak could be higher due to under reporting.

Paraíso, Tabasco

" The port also imports products, equipment, and machinery to support local agricultural production, much of which is exported. It also exports include bananas, mango, pineapple, Persian lemon, papaya, orange, coffee, sugar cane, cocoa, and peppers as well as products based on livestock. Exports out of the port mostly come from the states of Tabasco, Campeche, Chiapas and the south of Veracruz. ref name "influencia"

Rostov Oblast

and the German 4th Panzer Army had launched an assault on Voronezh (Battle of Voronezh (1942)), capturing the city on 5 July. Iona was born to a peasant family in khutor Tuzlukov (now Rostov Oblast). He studied at his local Agricultural Institute and from 1916 was a Bolshevik (Communist Party of the Soviet Union). His court experience started in May 1920 when he was appointed as the chairman-deputy of the Military Court of Semirechye Army Group during the Civil War. During the Civil War he participated on the frontlines in the Middle Asia. In 1924 was appointed as the member of the Military Court Collegiate of the Moscow Military District. Chikatilo was known by such titles as ''The Rostov Ripper'' and ''The Butcher of Rostov'' because the majority of his murders were committed in the Rostov Oblast of the Russian SFSR. - '''''46 oblasts (Federal subjects of Russia):''''' wikipedia:Rostov Oblast

Pemberton, British Columbia

is a body representing local agricultural affairs. Pemberton is vital to the local food security of the Sea To Sky (Sea to Sky Country) corridor. In its seed potato growing capacity Pemberton is important continent-wide and the breeding work is important worldwide to global food security. Whether you eat a baked potato at home or in a fast food restaurant as fries chances are high it was grown from a seed potato grown from a Pemberton-grown seed potato first. http

Alief, Houston

. "Agent reflects on change in county agriculture". ''Houston Chronicle''. July 14, 1985. Retrieved July 3, 2011. Antosh, Nelson. "From fertile to fallow Wounded by urban sprawl and market flux, the local agricultural tradition is dwindling". ''Houston Chronicle''. March 31, 1996. Retrieved July 15, 2011. The last cotton gin in Alief closed in 1976, and the area ceased growing cotton altogether by 1982. Alief was one of the last places where cotton had been grown in Harris County. Dairy, cattle, vegetable production, and rice production also declined. Urban development took the place of agriculture. In the spring of 1985, Houston Fire Station #76 was opened to serve the Alief area. Mintz, Bill. "Updating fire apparatus a priority". ''Houston Chronicle''. May 11, 1985. Retrieved July 3, 2011. The Alief Branch Library (since renamed the David M. Henington-Alief Regional Library) was also opened in 1985. Mintz, Bill and Burke Watson. "Mayor Whitmire proposes $1.29 billion city budget". ''Houston Chronicle''. May 11, 1985. Retrieved July 3, 2011. Staff. "Library's 30th branch to be dedicated today". ''Houston Chronicle''. August 18, 1985. Retrieved July 3, 2011. As a sign of the community's growing diversity, the ''Houston Chronicle'' noted that the library staff spoke, "a variety of languages, including Hindi, Mandarin Chinese and Farsi," when the library first opened. West Houston Medical Center was constructed in 1985 as well. Staff. "Maternal instincts of a bird again interrupts business". ''Houston Chronicle''. June 14, 1985. Retrieved July 2, 2011. "Our Hospital'. ''West Houston Medical Center''. (c)1999-2010. Retrieved July 2, 2011. The Alief General Hospital building was abandoned. The Fame City entertainment complex and water park (which later became Fun Plex and Adventure Bay) held its grand opening in 1986. Spies, Michael. "FAME CITY". ''Houston Chronicle''. June 12, 1986. Retrieved July 3, 2011. Fame City featured roller skating, movie theaters, a sound studio, miniature golf, bumper-cars, bowling, alley, games, rides, an arcade, restaurants and shops indoors, and a 10 acre water park outdoors. The Alief Brown and Root building closed in May 1987, but was reopened in November 1988 when the industry saw increased growth. Andrau Airpark was sold to the Camden Trust in 1988, although the airport continued to operate. '''St. Agnes Academy''' is a Dominican (Dominican Order) college-preparatory school for young women grades 9 through 12 "Our Mission & History" ''St. Agnes Academy''. (c)2011. Retrieved July 14, 2011. in Houston (Houston, Texas), Texas, United States at the edge of both the Alief (Alief, Houston) and Sharpstown (Sharpstown, Houston) communities. The school operates within the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston . Southwest The term "southwest Houston" often refers to the area that opened in the years following World War II, when they were considered to be suburbs, such as '''Alief (Alief, Houston)''', '''Fondren Southwest''', '''Meyerland (Meyerland, Houston, Texas)''', '''Sharpstown (Sharpstown, Houston, Texas)''' and '''Westbury (Westbury, Houston, Texas)'''. Alief is a large, ethnically diverse community which Houston began annexing in 1977. Fondren Southwest and Meyerland are centers of Houston's Jewish community. Sharpstown has large Hispanic and Asian American communities and was the first master-planned community in Houston. Also in the southwest is the Indian enclave, the Mahatma Gandhi District (Mahatma Gandhi District, Houston), informally known as Hilcroft. Westbury and Meyerland are becoming popular places for some gay men and lesbians to live, as real estate in the Neartown area has become more expensive as it has gentrified. '''Alief Kerr High School''' is a secondary school located in the Alief (Alief, Houston) community, near the city of Houston (Houston, Texas) in an unincorporated area of Harris County, Texas, in the United States. The school is a part of the Alief Independent School District and serves grades 9 through 12. Kerr High School was awarded the Blue Ribbon School Award of Excellence (Blue Ribbon Schools Program) by the United States Department of Education, the highest award an American school can receive, during the 2010-11 school year. http: programs nclbbrs 2010 national.pdf District F District F serves areas in southwestern Houston. District F has a significant Vietnamese American community. Moran, Chris. "District F councilman facing both political, legal fights." ''Houston Chronicle''. Sunday October 9, 2011. Retrieved on November 5, 2011. District F includes much of the Alief (Alief, Houston), area other areas in Southwest Houston, Briarmeadow (Briarmeadow, Houston) and Tanglewilde (Tanglewilde, Houston). In 1985 District F included far Southwest Houston. It included Alief (Alief, Houston), Braeburn, Braeburn Valley West, Glenshire, Gulfton, Robindell (Robindell, Houston), and Sharpstown. In 1985 the district was 83% white. Hurst, Deborah. "Goodner stays away from focusing on gays in District F campaign." ''Houston Chronicle''. Monday October 21, 1985. Section 1, Page 10. Retrieved on August 8, 2011. In 2011 Briarmeadow and Tanglewilde, areas south of Westheimer Road which were previously in District G, were moved to District F, while the Bellaire Boulevard areas and Sharpstown were moved out of District F.


Kataif and Baklava. Boza is also fermented in Tetovo and is a common beverage consumed. The cuisines in Tetovo have a unique taste and flavour due to the local agricultural products used to make the cuisines. In Macedonia, Tetovo Kashkaval cheese is the most popular as it is made naturally from sheep's milk from the Šar Mountains. During the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, apples from Tetovo were popular in Belgrade and were known as ''Tetovo Jabuka''. Sports The most

Omak, Washington

; Within a year of its establishment, the town had a central business district with a public bank and hotel supported by the local agricultural industry. ref>

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