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Verdun, Quebec

" His father had dropped out of McGill University's medical school due to the Great Depression and worked a variety of jobs—sometimes more than one at a time—to support his wife, three sons, and two daughters. Getty's childhood was spent in Verdun (Verdun, Quebec), Toronto, Ottawa, London (London, Ontario), and Agincourt (Agincourt, Ontario), sharing a three room apartment with his seven member family in the last. Returning for London in time for high school, he became an accomplished athlete (drinking eggnog to gain enough weight to play football) and was elected students' council president. Sports were his passion, and he was an especially great fan of the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Argonauts running back Royal Copeland (Royal Copeland (football player)). Today, Sir Galt has a street name after him. Avenue Galt in the borough of Verdun, Quebec in the city of Montreal where he had lands http: ville.montreal.qc.ca portal page?_pageid 1560,11245605&_dad portal&_schema PORTAL death_date '''Verdun Collège Français''' were a junior ice hockey team from Verdun, Quebec. They were members of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League from 1991 to 1994. Collège Français resurrected the dormant Quebec Remparts franchise in 1985 after a three year hiatus, as '''Longueuil Collège Français'''. The team played in Longueuil, Quebec at Colisée Jean Béliveau for three seasons before moving to the Verdun Auditorium.


Kaluga Oblast

of Motherland Family Member family member of a traitor of the Motherland " to five years in a labor camp and three years of exile, so that Kim didn't see her until age 9. She was rehabilitate (rehabilitate (Soviet))d during the Khrushchev Thaw period in 1958, but before that, she was under the "101st kilometer" law and could not live in Moscow, so Kim's family settled in Maloyaroslavets, Kaluga Oblast. In 1951, the family moved to Turkmenistan. Kim returned to Moscow in 1954 to enter the Moscow State Pedagogical Institute. In 1964, Timofeev-Resovskij organized and became the head of the Department of Radiobiology and Genetics, at the Institute of Medical Radiology of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences, in Obninsk, Obninks advertises itself as Russia’s first “science city.” See: Obninsk. Kaluga District (Kaluga Oblast). In the department, Timofeev-Resovskij supervised and headed the Laboratory of Radiation Genetics and the Laboratory of Radiation Ecology. There were two other laboratories in the department, the Laboratory of Cellular Radiobiology, headed by V. I. Korogodin, and the Laboratory of Molecular Radiobiology, headed by Zhores Medvedev. The first group in the USSR to study ''Arabidopsis thaliana'' was established by Timofeev-Resovskij during his time in Obninsk. Two well known figures in genetics started their research and received their degrees at Obninsk under Timofeev-Resovskij. One was Nikolai Bochkov, director of the Institute of Medical Genetics, in Moscow; the other was Vladimir Ivanov, head of the Laboratory of Experimental Genetics at the same institute. While in Obninsk, Timofeev-Resovskij wrote two books (published in 1968 and 1969 – see the book list below) and more than 60 papers on population genetics, radiation biology, and evolution. His wife Helena assisted him by providing her eyes to compensate for his lost vision, taking dictation, and editing his papers. thumb 250px Dam (File:Dam Nara Serpukhov.JPG) on the river Nara in Serpukhov. '''Nara River''' ( wikipedia:Kaluga Oblast Commons:Category:Kaluga Oblast


Turkmenistan

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Taipei

Mainland Chinese and Chinese-Vietnamese (Hoa) immigrants. birth_place Yuanping Shanxi death_place Taipei, Taiwan image center Xu Yongchang 180px (File:Xu Yongchang.jpg) DATE OF DEATH 1959 PLACE OF DEATH Taipei, Taiwan Biography Wakin Chau was born in a rice store owned by his family in Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong. Growing up as the fourth son in his seven-member family, Wakin learned to play the guitar when he was about 13 years old


Toronto

, Quebec Verdun , Toronto, Ottawa, London (London, Ontario), and Agincourt (Agincourt, Ontario), sharing a three room apartment with his seven member family in the last. Returning for London in time for high school, he became an accomplished athlete (drinking eggnog to gain enough weight to play football) and was elected students' council president. Sports were his passion, and he was an especially great fan of the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Argonauts running back Royal Copeland (Royal Copeland (football player)). Though the founding of the University of Alberta was the centrepiece of Rutherford's educational policy, his activity as Minister of Education extended well beyond it. In the first year of Alberta's existence, 140 new schools were established, and a normal school was set up in Calgary to train teachers. Rutherford put great emphasis on the creation of English-language schools in the large portions of the province occupied primarily by central- and eastern-European immigrants. The immigrants themselves were often unable to speak English, and the provision of these schools for their children was a major factor in their rapid assimilation into Albertan society. Thomas 42 They were also in lieu of separate religious schools for groups such as Mennonites; while the continued existence of Roman Catholic separate schools was mandated by the terms of Alberta's admission into Confederation, the government's policy was otherwise to encourage a unified and secular public school system. Rutherford also introduced free school texts in the province, though he was criticized for commissioning the texts from a Toronto publisher (which printed them in New York (New York (state))) rather than locally. Babcock 35 * Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto


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