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Richmond District, San Francisco

Richmond (Richmond, Victoria), a suburb of Melbourne, Australia (Melbourne). In 1917, the district was legally named "Park-Presidio District", chosen to avoid confusion between the district and the city of Richmond (Richmond, California) right across the bay. In spite of the official change, virtually every San Franciscan


Australia

''' was born in Melbourne, Australia on 23 September 1918. She first came to public attention after winning a musical competition at age six by playing the piano. In 1930 she was employed by Melbourne radio station 3?? and continued to work in radio for most of her life. She also worked extensively in live musical theatre as a band member and accompanist. Her repertoire included working with such artists as Barry Humphries. She married Fred Menhennitt on 23 February

occurring smallpox. *1977 – The European Patent Institute is founded. *1978 – Australian civilian pilot Frederick Valentich (Valentich Disappearance) vanishes in a Cessna 182 over the Bass Strait south of Melbourne (Melbourne, Australia), after reporting contact with an unidentified aircraft. *1979 – Moshe Dayan resigns from the Israeli government because of strong disagreements with Prime Minister Menachem Begin over policy

towards the Arabs. - style "background:#efefef;" 1956 XVI (1956 Summer Olympics) ''Stockholm, Sweden'' Equestrian (equestrianism) events were held in Stockholm, Sweden. Stockholm had to bid for the equestrian competition separately; it received its own Olympic flame and had its own formal invitations and opening and closing ceremonies


Cloyne

Madden. The family moved to London, England in 1852, where his father had taken a job managing an insurance company, and there Madden attended a private school. He also spent some time at a college in Beauchamp, France. In January 1857, the family emigrated to Melbourne, Australia, where John Madden senior was admitted as a barrister to the Victorian Bar. The family lived in the suburb of Flemington (Flemington, Victoria). Madden was enrolled in St Patrick's College in East Melbourne (East Melbourne, Victoria). He later studied at the University of Melbourne, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in 1864, a Bachelor of Laws in 1865.


Armidale, New South Wales

Northern Tablelands (Northern Tablelands, New South Wales) is a 30,546 km² rural electorate, covering the uplands of northern New South Wales. It is centred on the university city of Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales); other towns included in the electorate are Inverell (Inverell, New South Wales), Glen Innes (Glen Innes, New South Wales), Tenterfield (Tenterfield, New South Wales) and Uralla (Uralla, New South Wales). The northern boundary of the electorate is the Queensland border. At the 2003 election, there were 42,886 enrolled voters. After leaving Parliament, Foll became a grazier near Armidale, New South Wales, but retired in 1957 to Port Macquarie (Port Macquarie, New South Wales), where he died, survived by his wife and daughters. '''Peter Cousens''' (born in 1955) is an Australian actor, born in Tamworth NSW. He attended The Armidale School in Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales) (1969–73) www.as.edu.au current_happenings publications Binghi138.pdf and then Gordonstoun School, Scotland. He then spent a year reading Arts at St Paul's College (St. Paul's College, Sydney), Sydney University before studying at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), graduating in 1978. '''HMAS ''Armidale'' (J240)''', named for the city of Armidale, New South Wales, was one of 60 ''Bathurst''-class (Bathurst class corvette) corvettes constructed during World War II, and one of 36 initially manned and commissioned solely by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Royal Australian Navy, ''HMAS Armidale (I)'' The '''Presbyterian Ladies' College, Armidale''' ('''PLC Armidale''') is an independent (Independent school), Presbyterian, day (Day school) and boarding school for girls. The school is located in Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales), a large rural town with a population of 28,000 in the New England region (New England (Australia)) of New South Wales, Australia. Willow Tree is on the Main North railway line (Main North railway line, New South Wales), 375 km from Sydney. The station opened in 1877 as Warrah, and was renamed Willow Tree in 1879. Willow Tree Railway Station. NSWrail.net. Accessed 1 April 2008. It continues to be served by a daily rail service operated by a Countrylink Xplorer (Xplorer (train)) train to and from Sydney and Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales) Moree (Moree, New South Wales). The train to Armidale Moree stops at 3:02pm and the train to Sydney stops at 12:03pm. They only stop on request.


Pago Pago

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Kalmar

soldiers, commanded by Governor Arvid Eriksson (Stålarm), landed in Uppland one week ahead of Sigismund’s landing. Duke Charles was on his way to Kalmar when the Finns invaded Uppland. He immediately rode towards Stockholm to defend the city. class Executive car assembly Kalmar, Sweden (VKA (Volvo Kalmar Assembly)) Torslanda, Sweden (Torslandaverken) Melbourne, Australia Ghent, Belgium Halifax Regional

and emigrated to America in 1867. His maternal grandmother was born in Bollnäs parish, Hälsingland ccounty and emigrated to America in 1889. production 1984–1992 assembly Kalmar, Sweden (VKA (Volvo Kalmar Assembly)) Ghent, Belgium Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality), Canada (VHA (Volvo Halifax Assembly)) Melbourne, Australia engine 2.0&nbsp;L I4 (Straight-4) 2.0&nbsp;L turbo I4 (Straight-4) <


Kaduna

Andes , Chile Buenos Aires, Argentina (Sevel (Sevel Argentina S.A.)) Kaduna, Nigeria Mombasa, Kenya Thames, New Zealand Melbourne, Australia La Marsa, Tunisia (STAFIM (:de:Société Tunisienne Automobile Financière Immobilière et Maritime)) related Early career Kaduna College originally was created to be a teachers training school. There were few high level civil service


Regional Municipality of Peel

Centre, a community centre in a former Methodist church. The Peel Centre with image of the monument *The Regional Municipality of Peel (originally Peel County) in Ontario, Canada. *Peel Street in Collingwood, Victoria Melbourne Australia. *Kitchener-Waterloo (Regional Municipality of Waterloo), Ontario – K-W light-rail (Rapid transit in Waterloo Region) (Light-rail transit) * Regional


Brampton

Caledon (Caledon, Ontario) as a four lane arterial road. The route is patrolled by the Ontario Provincial Police and has a speed limit of . model_years 1970–1977 assembly Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States Brampton, Ontario (Brampton), Canada Mexico City, Mexico (VAM (Vehículos Automotores Mexicanos)) Port Melbourne (Port Melbourne, Victoria), Australia ( Australian Motor Industries AMI

, Victoria Port Melbourne , Australia Haren, Belgium (RIB (:de:Renault Industrie Belgique)) Mexico City, Mexico Thames, New Zealand class Mid-size (Mid-size car) For the U.S. and Canadian markets, the Rebel was built at AMC's "West Assembly Line" (along with the Ambassador) in Kenosha, Wisconsin and at Brampton, Ontario (Brampton), Canada (Bramalea - Brampton Assembly Plant (Brampton Assembly)). Brampton

in the regular season, winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy. The Hamilton Red Wings won the J. Ross Robertson Cup. production 1961–1966 assembly Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States Brampton, Ontario (Brampton), Canada Córdoba Province (Córdoba Province (Argentina)), Argentina (IKA) Port Melbourne (Port Melbourne, Victoria), Australia (AMI) Haren (Haren, Belgium), Belgium (Renault) br>


Rayong

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