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Sackville, New Brunswick

), the first major scientific work to propose that the Earth has seen an ice age. * Mount Allison University is founded in Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada. * The Washingtonian Temperance Society is founded. The New Brunswick towns of St. Andrews (St. Andrews, New Brunswick), Blacks Harbour (Blacks Harbour, New Brunswick), St. Martins (St. Martins, New Brunswick) and Sackville (Sackville, New Brunswick) as well as the Nova Scotia towns of Amherst (Amherst, Nova Scotia), Parrsboro (Parrsboro, Nova Scotia), Truro (Truro, Nova Scotia), Windsor (Windsor, Nova Scotia), Wolfville (Wolfville, Nova Scotia), Annapolis Royal (Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia), and Digby (Digby, Nova Scotia) are also on the bay. Moncton – North Sydney From Moncton, the highway continues southeast for birth_place Sackville (Sackville, New Brunswick), New Brunswick death_date DATE OF BIRTH July 27, 1946 PLACE OF BIRTH Sackville (Sackville, New Brunswick), New Brunswick DATE OF DEATH Throughout the 19th century and first half of the 20th century, Port Elgin experienced modest industrialization with a handful of small factories, tanneries, and sawmills. The village also saw some shipping activity with several wharves on a sheltered harbour at the mouth of the Gaspereau River. The New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway was built through the village in the early 1880s, opening on September 9, 1886 to connect the Intercolonial Railway at Sackville (Sackville, New Brunswick) with the seasonal port of Cape Tormentine (Cape Tormentine, New Brunswick) which supported the winter iceboat service (Northumberland Strait iceboat) to Prince Edward Island; in 1917 this port became a terminal for the year-round ferry service to P.E.I.

Kaluga Oblast

for training of car manufacturing industry specialists was established. Special classes with instruction in the French, German, and English languages were opened for children of foreigners working in Kaluga Oblast. The first Science Town – Obninsk that was established in Russia is situated in Kaluga Oblast. It carries out research in the areas of atomic power, space and telemechanic technologies, and radio equipment and instrument making industry. These are some of the major scientific institutions of the oblast: *Physics and Energy Institute named after A.I. Leypunsky State Scientific Center of the Russian Federation *The Obninsk branch of Physics and Chemical Institute named after L.Y. Karpov State Scientific Center of the Russian Federation. *Technologiya Obninsk Scientific Production Company State Scientific Center of the Russian Federation. *Kaluga Scientific Research and Radio Technology Institute Federal Scientific and Production Center *Medical Radiological Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences *Electronic Equipment Scientific Research Center *Space Materials Science” of the Crystallography Institute named after A.V. Shubnikov of the Russian Academy of Sciences Scientific Research Center *Specialized Space Equipment Design Bureau of the Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences *KNIITMU Federal State Unitary Enterprise *All-Union Physiology, Biochemistry, and Animal Food Scientific Research Institute *All-Union Hydro Meteorological Scientific Research Institute *All-Union Electronic Equipment Scientific Research Institute *All-Union Agricultural Radiology and Agro-Ecology Scientific Research Institute *All-Union Agricultural Meteorology Scientific Research Institute *All-Union Timber Processing Scientific Research Institute These are the main education institutions of the oblast: *Kaluga State University named after K.E. Tsiolkovsky *Obninsk Atomic Power Institute NIYAU MIFI *Kaluga branch of the Moscow State Technical University named after N.E. Bauman *Kaluga branch of the Agricultural University Kaluga Oblast is one of the 15 federal subjects in which the subject “Basics of the Orthodox Culture 8 ”. was introduced in the regional curriculum as of September 1, 2006. There is Kaluga Oblast Dramatic Theater named after A.V. Lunacharsky in the oblast. Tourism and recreation wikipedia:Kaluga Oblast Commons:Category:Kaluga Oblast


DNKN Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport - --valign "top" Bayero University Kano BUK University Kano Federal --valign "top" * In what is expected to be one of the major scientific events of this decade, the Huygens probe successfully lands on Saturn's largest moon Titan (Titan (moon)). Data sent back from the probe via the Cassini (Cassini-Huygens) orbiter is now being analysed. Three low-resolution pictures have been released, including one from an altitude of 16 km that appears to show channels cut by liquid (:Image:050114huygens1.jpg), and another from the surface of Titan showing rocks or ice (:Image:Huygens landing01 L.jpg). (New Scientist) (Reuters) (Wired) (BBC) (ABC News) (ESA) * The World Health Organization reports that worldwide polio cases rose by more than one-third in 2004, from 784 in 2003 to 1,185 last year. The increase is attributed to a boycott on vaccines in Kano, Nigeria led by a group of hard-line Islamic clerics who claim that vaccines are part of an American conspiracy. (CNN) * An Argentine (Argentina) ex-naval officer Adolfo Scilingo goes to trial in Spain accused of killing political prisoners during Argentina's "Dirty War". He was declared fit for trial despite a hunger strike. (Reuters Alertnet) (BBC) In the late 1450s, Islam arrived in Zaria by the way of its sister Habe cities, Kano and Katsina. Along with Islam, trade also flourished between the cities as traders brought camel caravans filled with salt in exchange for slaves and grain. Between the fifteenth and sixteenth century the kingdom became a tributary state of the Songhai Empire. In 1805 it was captured by the Fulani (Fula people) during the Fulani Jihad. British forces led by Frederick Lugard took the city in 1901. With the death of Hamza, the people suffered from the loss but remained organized and selected Ahmadu in 1850 to be their leader. He reigned for five years and died in 1855. The people chose Hamza's son-in-law, Abubakar Danmaje, as the next leader. Unlike his predecessors, Danmaje started an expansionist policy and devised very effective raiding strategies. He raided far and wide to Kano, Hadejia, Katagum, Jamare, Gombe, Zaria, Birnin Gwari, Kontagora, Wukari, and even Illorin. Danmaje found it necessary to raid so as to recruit slaves into his ranks. The result was the creation of a strong, formidable, and insurmountable force with commanded by him. This force was known as ''Mai Tabaryar Mashi''. In 1903, after the fall of Kano city (130 mi. W.) to the British (United Kingdom), it became part of Katagum Province, which was then made a division of Kano Province in 1905. In 1916, the seat was transferred to Azare (43 mi south-southwest). A decade later, the emirate was merged into Bauchi Province. In December 1977 the name was changed to the Nigerian Stock Exchange. Branches have been established in the major cities of the Federation, each with their own trading floor: Kaduna (1978), Port Harcourt (1980), Kano (1989), Onitsha (February 1990), Ibadan (August 1990), Abuja (October 1999) and Yola (Yola, Nigeria) (April 2002). By August 1999 there were 262 listed securities with a total market capitalization of about N287.0 billion. The GUNT and its failure International moves were made to put an end to the civil war. Nigeria kept in March 1979 at Kano a reconciliation conference. New parties with little or none roots in Chad were formed to be present at this conference, like the Popular Front for the Liberation of Chad (FPLT), headed by Awad Muktar Nasser, a force sustained by Sudan; or the South Front, founded in April 1979, a Muslim group composed of a few dozens of fighters commanded by the Sudanese police sergeant (of Chadian origin) Hadjaro al-Senousi, who boasted to lead an "original FROLINAT", and to have no less than 3,000 men ready in Sudan. Similar to these was in Sudan a so-called "Government in exile of the Islamic republic of Chad". - style "background-color:#DDDDDD" Nigeria style "background-color:#DDDDDD" Kano style "background-color:#DDDDDD" Mallam Aminu International Airport (Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport) Destinations list 1985 WikiPedia:Kano Commons:Category:Kano


- *Select a proper name for category, before categorizing Vologda, Salekhard, and 400 more. * What to do with *Venerable Ephraim the Syrian (Ephrem the Syrian) (373) *Venerable Theodosius of Totma in Vologda, abbot (1568) *Saint Isaac of Nineveh, bishop in Syria (7th century) Transport Paved roads connect Totma with Vologda via Kadnikov (southwest), Veliky Ustyug via Nyuksenitsa(northeast), and Nikolsk (Nikolsk, Vologda Oblast) via Imeni Babushkina (east). Before the road between Totma and Veliky Ustyug along the Sukhona was completed in 2000s, the only connection between the towns was via Nikolsk. Transport A114 highway (A114 highway (Russia)), connecting Vologda to Cherepovets and Saint Petersburg, passes north of Ustyuzhna. There is a road connecting Ustyuzhna with the highway. Ustyuzhna is also connected by roads with Tver via Vesyegonsk, Bezhetsk via Sandovo, and Borovichi via Pestovo. There are also local roads. *Martyr Peter Damascene (743) *Saint Nicephorus of Vazheozersk in Vologda, monk (1550) *Saint Gennadius of Vazheozersk in Vologda, monk *Saint Anna, wife of Yaroslav I the Wise, of Novgorod and Kiev (1051) *Saint Longinus of Koryazhemsk in Vologda, monk (1540) *New martyr Anatole of Odessa, Metropolitan bishop (1938) *Martyr Pancharius at Nicomedia *Saint Innocent of Komel in Vologda, disciple of Saint Nilus of Sora *Saint Bassa of Pskov, nun Transport Kirillov is connected by all-seasonal roads with Vologda, Cherepovets, Belozersk, and Vytegra. There are also local roads. Transport Sukhona railway station on the railway connecting Vologda and Arkhangelsk is located in Sokol. He was conscripted into the Soviet Army in 1942. He was seriously wounded fighting the Germans during the German-Soviet War and after his discharge (discharge (military)) in 1945 he lived in different regions of Russia including Urals (Ural (region)), Chusovoy near Perm and Vologda doing various jobs such as locksmith and smelter. *Saint Gregory (Gregory of Assa), Bishop of Assa near Ephesus (1150) *Saint Gerasimus, monk of Vologda (1178) *Venerable Iosaph of Snetogorsk (1299) In 1721, the convent was renovated on behest of Peter I of Russia Peter

Fargo, North Dakota

Education K–12 thumb left Fargo North High School (File:North High.JPG) The Fargo Public Schools system serves most of the city, operating fifteen elementary schools, three middle schools, and four high schools Fargo North High School, Fargo South High School, Judge Ronald N. Davies High School, and an alternative high school (Woodrow Wilson). The West Fargo Public Schools system serves the southwestern part of the city, in addition to West Fargo itself and the surrounding communities of Horace and Harwood. In addition to public schools, a number of private schools also operate in the city. The John Paul II Catholic Schools Network operates Holy Spirit Elementary, Nativity Elementary, Sullivan Middle School, and Shanley High School. Additionally, the Oak Grove Lutheran School serves grades Pre-K-12, as do Grace Lutheran School, and Park Christian School. Higher education thumb right Old Main on the Campus of North Dakota State University (File:NDSU Campus 1.JPG) Fargo is home to North Dakota State University (NDSU), which has over 14,000 students. NDSU was founded in 1890 primarily as an agricultural school, but has since branched out to cover many other fields of study. NDSU, along with Minnesota State University and Concordia College in Moorhead, form the Tri-College University system of Fargo-Moorhead, and students can take classes at any of the three institutions. These three colleges also form a vibrant student-youth community of over 25,000. NDSCS-Fargo is a campus of North Dakota State College of Science. Located in the Skills and Technology Training Center on 19th Avenue North in Fargo, NDSCS-Fargo serves as the home to academic programming and non-credit training. Fargo is also home to several private institutions, including Rasmussen College, a branch location of the University of Mary, and Masters Baptist College operated by Fargo Baptist Church. The University of Jamestown's Doctor of Physical Therapy program is based in Fargo. Until recently, Globe University Minnesota School of Business (Globe University) maintained a Fargo Student Resource Center, now replaced by the college's Moorhead (Moorhead, MN) campus. Libraries The Fargo Public Library was established in 1900 and for many years was housed in a Carnegie-funded building. In 1968, the library moved into a new facility as part of urban renewal efforts in the downtown area. The original 1968 building was demolished and replaced with a new library which opened in 2008. In addition, Fargo Public Library operates the Dr. James Carlson Library in southern Fargo, and the Northport branch in North Fargo. In 2002 and 2006, the Southpointe and Norhpointe Branches were opened serving the city's south and north sides. The Dr. James Carlson Library, which replaced the earlier Southpointe Branch, opened to the public on November 16, 2007. A new main library located downtown opened April 25, 2009. The Fargo Public Library is headquartered in downtown Fargo. In 2014, over 1 million items were checked out from Fargo Public Library. "Books and magazines made up nearly half of the total and digital media and other non-print items made up more than a third. The rest are inter-library loans and renewals, according to Melisa Duncan, a library spokeswoman." http: news 3655509-fargo-library-breaks-record Culture Fargo offers a wide variety of cultural opportunities for a city of its size. This is likely due, in part, to the presence of three universities in the area. Most theatre and events are either promoted or produced by the universities, although there are several private theatre companies in the city including Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre (FMCT), Theatre 'B' in downtown Fargo, Ursa Major Productions, Music Theatre Fargo Moorhead, Tin Roof Theatre Company, The Entertainment Company and others. Music organizations in the area include the Fargo-Moorhead Opera, the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra, and the Fargo-Moorhead Youth Symphony. Fargo also boasts a dance company in the Fargo-Moorhead Ballet. thumb left Fargo Theatre (File:Fargo, Dakota del Norte 2011.jpg) The Fargo Theatre is a restored 1926 Art Deco movie house that features first-run movies, film festivals, and other community events. The Fargodome routinely hosts concerts, Broadway musicals, dance performances, sporting events, as well as fairs and other gatherings. The Winter Carnival in Fargo is a tradition that began in 1928. The Plains Art Museum is the largest museum of art in the state. It is located in downtown Fargo and features regional and national exhibits. It also houses a large permanent collection of art. There are several other museums in Fargo including The Children's Museum at Yunker Farm, The Fargo Air Museum, The Courthouse Museum, The Roger Maris Museum in West Acres Shopping Center, the North Dakota State University Wall of Fame in the Scheels All Sports store and the historic Bonanzaville village (West Fargo). Recreation The Fargo Park District operates many neighborhood parks throughout the city. The Fargo area contains the following golf courses: Edgewood Golf Course (18-hole), Fargo Country Club (18-hole) Rose Creek Golf Course (18-hole), El Zagal (9-hole), Prairiewood Golf Course (9-hole), and the new Osgood Golf Course (9-hole). In the winter Edgewood serves as a warming house and also provides cross country skis. Rose Creek and Osgood golf courses offer golfing lessons


a position at the Cologne Musikhochschule. Until 1955 known under a secret name "Laboratory No. 2 of the USSR Academy of Sciences", the Kurchatov Institute was founded in 1943 with the initial purpose of developing nuclear weapons. The majority of Soviet nuclear reactors were designed in the Institute. Since 1955 it was also the host for major scientific experimental work in the fields of thermonuclear fusion and plasma physics. In particular, the first tokamak


in 1919 on the base of pre-existing vocational school *Kazan State Conservatory (Kazan Conservatory) – founded in 1945 Science Kazan is a major scientific centre in Russia. Kazan formed a big number of scientific areas and schools (mathematical, chemical, medical, linguistic, geological, geobotanical, etc.). Scientific discoveries are a subject of special pride, including: the creation of non-Euclidean geometry (Nikolai Lobachevsky), the discovery of the chemical element ruthenium (Claus), the theory about the structure of organic compounds (Aleksandr Butlerov), the discovery of the electron paramagnetic resonance (Yevgeny Zavoisky) and acoustic paramagnetic resonance (Altshuler) and many others. The city hosts: *Kazan Science Centre of Russian Academy of Sciences, since 1945. It includes 5 academic institutions. *Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, since 1991. It includes 7 local departments with 13 academic institutions (also, 21 organisations are under the guidance of TAS) and one branch in Ulyanovsk. Структура АНРТ Government and administration thumb Kazan town hall (before 1917 - the Hall of Nobility) (File:Kazan town hall.jpg) thumb Cabinet of Ministers (File:Tatarstan Cabinet of Ministers.jpg) Mayor commons:Category:Kazan wikipedia:Kazan


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guess, must have been a gnawing animal. Conceive a Rat or a Hare of such a size— What famous Cats they ought to have had in those days!" The College of Surgeons distributed casts of the fossils to the major scientific institutions. *'''Uruguay


: 2 hi uk_news england hampshire 6430401.stm accessdate 2 April 2007 On 21 December 1872 a major scientific expedition, the Challenger Expedition, was launched from Portsmouth. In 1926 Portsmouth was granted city status (city status in the United Kingdom), WikiPedia:Portsmouth Commons:Category:Portsmouth

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