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Tatarstan

of Islamic Civilization Research, Jordan; Member, International Society for History of Arabic and Islamic Sciences and Philosophy, Paris; Governing Board member, Centre of Manuscripts, Library of Alexandria, Egypt, 2003, Advisory Board Member, Tufts University, Fares Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies, Boston; Member of the Scientific Committee of ALECSO for the preparation of “Encyclopaedia of Renown Arab & Muslim Scholars”, 2001; Member of the Board of Publications and Translations of the Ministry of Culture, Turkey, 1974–1980 and 1999 - ; Advisory Board Member, Centre of Islamic Studies, School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS), University of London, England, 1998 – ; Advisory Board Member, Centre for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES), Harvard University, USA, 1992–1996; OMETAR Project Director (history of science, education & technology databank collection), IRCICA, Istanbul, 1995 – ; Member of Scientific Council and Board of Consultants of Encyclopaedia of Makkah al-Mukarrama and Medina Al-Munawwara, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 1994- ; Member of Advisory Board and Experts Board of Al Furqan Islamic Heritage Foundation, London, 1991 – ; Project Director and editor of UNESCO’s Work on Various Aspects of Islamic Culture, 1988- , published in 2004; honorary Member, Egyptian History Society, Cairo; Member, Tunisian Academy of Sciences, Letters and Arts “Beit al Hikma”, Tunis; Member, International Society for History of Medicine, Paris, France; Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Islamic-American College, Chicago. He has an excellent command of English and Arabic in addition to Turkish and a working knowledge of French and Persian. ! Volga-Kama Tatarstan Rep. 101 (39) 1960 Consisting of 2 sites of forest along Volga River - Kazan (Qazan) Tatars The majority of Volga Tatars are Kazan (Qazan) Tatars. They are the majority of the population of Tatarstan, one of the constituent republics of Russia. The "Bulgarist" position espouses the view that there was very little, or no mixing with Mongol and Turkic aliens after the conquest of Volga Bulgaria, especially in the northern regions that ultimately became Tatarstan. Rorlich, A. The origins of the Volga Tatars. (Stanford University, 1986) Great Soviet Encyclopedia, article on ''Tatarstan''. Viktor Aleksandrovich Shnirelʹman, Who gets the past?: competition for ancestors among non-Russian intellectuals in Russia, Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 1996, ISBN 0801852218, 9780801852213. Limited preview at Google Books (Chapter '' The Rivalry for the Bulgar Legacy''). '''Kuybyshev Reservoir''' or '''Kuybyshevskoye Reservoir''' ( commons:category:Tatarstan Wikipedia:Tatarstan


Economic Community of West African States

Organization ICAO , ICRM (International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement), IDA (International Development Association), IDB (Islamic Development Bank), IFAD (International Fund for Agricultural Development), IFC (International Finance Corporation), IFRCS (International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement), IHO (International Hydrographic Organization) (pending member), ILO (International Labour Organization), IMF (International Monetary Fund), International Maritime


Belgorod

) Federation Council member International relations Wakefield, United Kingdom


Russia

Orientalistik Society, Budapest; Correspondent Member, Arab Language Academy, Cairo; Royal Academy of Islamic Civilization Research, Jordan; Member, International Society for History of Arabic and Islamic Sciences and Philosophy, Paris; Governing Board member, Centre of Manuscripts, Library of Alexandria, Egypt, 2003, Advisory Board Member, Tufts University, Fares Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies, Boston; Member of the Scientific Committee of ALECSO for the preparation of “Encyclopaedia of Renown Arab & Muslim Scholars”, 2001; Member of the Board of Publications and Translations of the Ministry of Culture, Turkey, 1974–1980 and 1999 - ; Advisory Board Member, Centre of Islamic Studies, School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS), University of London, England, 1998 – ; Advisory Board Member, Centre for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES), Harvard University, USA, 1992–1996; OMETAR Project Director (history of science, education & technology databank collection), IRCICA, Istanbul, 1995 – ; Member of Scientific Council and Board of Consultants of Encyclopaedia of Makkah al-Mukarrama and Medina Al-Munawwara, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 1994- ; Member of Advisory Board and Experts Board of Al Furqan Islamic Heritage Foundation, London, 1991 – ; Project Director and editor of UNESCO’s Work on Various Aspects of Islamic Culture, 1988- , published in 2004; honorary Member, Egyptian History Society, Cairo; Member, Tunisian Academy of Sciences, Letters and Arts “Beit al Hikma”, Tunis; Member, International Society for History of Medicine, Paris, France; Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Islamic-American College, Chicago. He has an excellent command of English and Arabic in addition to Turkish and a working knowledge of French and Persian. However, Bombay continues to suffer until one of his mentors, Hans, personally visits him, and reminds him of how he used to love the game. During a match against Team Germany, Bombay fails to arrive on time, forcing Charlie to tell the referee that Michelle is actually "Coach McKay". They play poorly, entering the third period tied, until Bombay shows up and apologizes for his behavior. Inspired by their coach's "return", the players come back to win the game and advance to the next round. The renewed Bombay finally realizes Adam's wrist injury, benching him despite his complaints. To fill the open roster spot, Charlie recruits street hockey player, Russ Tyler, whose unique "knucklepuck" (which rotates end over end toward its target as opposed to spinning about its centerline) secures USA's victory over Russia (who defeated Iceland earlier), advancing USA to the championship game for a rematch against Iceland. Before the game, Adam's injury is healed and returns to Team USA's locker room, only to find they already have a full roster. Charlie gives up his spot on the roster so Adam can play, cementing his position as the true team captain (Captain (ice hockey)). '''''Vitis amurensis''''', the '''Amur grape''', is a species of grape native to the Asian continent. Its name comes from the Amur (Amur River) Valley in Russia and China. thumb right 300px A Russian map of the Taman peninsula (Image:Taman map.png), c. 1870. '''Bikhakhanim''' was the reigning princess of a small polity located on the Taman Peninsula in southern Russia. She may have been of Circassian (Circassians), Georgian (Georgian people), or Cuman origin. The Russian historian F. K. Brun, suggests that the name of the princess might not have been "Bikhakhanim," but "Bikhakhatun," Brun ii. 386. and that, if so, she was the daughter of the Georgian prince Beka II Jakeli (died 1391), the ruler of Samtskhe and Klarjeti. Brosset ii. 206. The '''Taman Peninsula''' (Russian (Russian language): ''Таманский полуостров'') is a peninsula in the present-day Krasnodar Krai of Russia. It is bounded on the north by the Sea of Azov, on the west by the Strait of Kerch and on the south by the Black Sea. "Greek colonization in the northern Black Sea area". German Archaeological Institute. Retrieved 4 April 2010. The peninsula has evolved over the past two millennia from a chain of islands into the peninsula it is today. In ancient times the Pontic Greek colonies of Hermonassa and Phanagoria were located on the peninsula, as was the later city of Tmutarakan. World War I and postwar period He served as Commandant of the Washington Navy Yard and Superintendent of the Naval Gun Factory from 1915 to early 1917 when he was appointed the Navy Department representative in a special mission under Elihu Root being sent to Russia. At the risk of his life, Glennon persuaded mutinous Russian sailors who had taken over Russian ships-of-war in the waters of Sevastapol, to restore command to their officers. After completing the mission to Russia, he took command of Battleship Division 5 with his flag in the battleship Commons:Category:Russia WikiPedia:Russia Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia


Switzerland

in a car accident when he was 11. He was chairman of Juventus 1956–61, honorary chairman 1970–2004; chairman, Fiat France 1965–80; chief executive officer, Fiat SpA 1970–76, vice-president 1976–93, chairman, Fiat Auto 1980–90; member, International Advisory Board 1993–2004, chairman 2003–04. Though he was a senior executive in the family company, Fiat, he was sidelined from taking a leadership role by his brother Gianni (Gianni Agnelli) until the latter's death in 2003. He then took over the Fiat


Germany

Civilization Research, Jordan; Member, International Society for History of Arabic and Islamic Sciences and Philosophy, Paris; Governing Board member, Centre of Manuscripts, Library of Alexandria, Egypt, 2003, Advisory Board Member, Tufts University, Fares Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies, Boston; Member of the Scientific Committee of ALECSO for the preparation of “Encyclopaedia of Renown Arab & Muslim Scholars”, 2001; Member of the Board of Publications and Translations of the Ministry of Culture, Turkey, 1974–1980 and 1999 - ; Advisory Board Member, Centre of Islamic Studies, School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS), University of London, England, 1998 – ; Advisory Board Member, Centre for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES), Harvard University, USA, 1992–1996; OMETAR Project Director (history of science, education & technology databank collection), IRCICA, Istanbul, 1995 – ; Member of Scientific Council and Board of Consultants of Encyclopaedia of Makkah al-Mukarrama and Medina Al-Munawwara, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 1994- ; Member of Advisory Board and Experts Board of Al Furqan Islamic Heritage Foundation, London, 1991 – ; Project Director and editor of UNESCO’s Work on Various Aspects of Islamic Culture, 1988- , published in 2004; honorary Member, Egyptian History Society, Cairo; Member, Tunisian Academy of Sciences, Letters and Arts “Beit al Hikma”, Tunis; Member, International Society for History of Medicine, Paris, France; Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Islamic-American College, Chicago. He has an excellent command of English and Arabic in addition to Turkish and a working knowledge of French and Persian. fields Forestry, Civil Rights, Politics nationality German (Germany)-Danish (Denmark) known_for Prime Minister Reformer Arts patronage thumb right A Germany German (Image:Bundesarchiv Bild 116-168-618, Russland, Kampf um Stalingrad, Soldat mit MPi.jpg) soldier with the PPSh-41 amid the ruins of Stalingrad, 1942. thumb right Red Army soldier armed with PPSh-41 marches German soldier into captivity after the Battle of Stalingrad (Image:Bundesarchiv Bild 183-E0406-0022-011, Russland, deutscher Kriegsgefangener.jpg), 1943. Plot summary It is 1939, and, despite having no permission to perform surgery, Ravic, a very accomplished German (Germany) surgeon and a stateless refugee living in Paris, has been ghost-operating on patients for two years on the behalf of two less skillful French (France) physicians. However, Bombay continues to suffer until one of his mentors, Hans, personally visits him, and reminds him of how he used to love the game. During a match against Team Germany, Bombay fails to arrive on time, forcing Charlie to tell the referee that Michelle is actually "Coach McKay". They play poorly, entering the third period tied, until Bombay shows up and apologizes for his behavior. Inspired by their coach's "return", the players come back to win the game and advance to the next round. The renewed Bombay finally realizes Adam's wrist injury, benching him despite his complaints. To fill the open roster spot, Charlie recruits street hockey player, Russ Tyler, whose unique "knucklepuck" (which rotates end over end toward its target as opposed to spinning about its centerline) secures USA's victory over Russia (who defeated Iceland earlier), advancing USA to the championship game for a rematch against Iceland. Before the game, Adam's injury is healed and returns to Team USA's locker room, only to find they already have a full roster. Charlie gives up his spot on the roster so Adam can play, cementing his position as the true team captain (Captain (ice hockey)). thumb Carlo Schmid (right) in 1970 (File:Bundesarchiv B 145 Bild-F031735-0003, Bonn, Abschiedsempfang Landesvertretung Hamburg.jpg) '''Carlo Schmid''' (3 December 1896 – 11 December 1979) was a German (Germany) academic and politician of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD). In 1925, in his second year at Graduate School of Tokyo University, he got a scholarship which allowed him to study in Germany. With an interest in group theory, he went to Berlin to work with Issai Schur. After one year in Berlin, Shoda went to Göttingen to study with Emmy Noether. Noether's school brought a mathematical growth to him. In 1929 he returned to Japan. Soon afterwards, he began to write ''Abstract Algebra'', his mathematical textbook in Japanese for advanced learners. It was published in 1932 and soon recognised as a significant work for mathematics in Japan. It became a standard textbook and was reprinted many times. An example of polarized pluralism was politics in Germany before the Nazi (Nazism) era in 1933. The nation had two power centers, highly split apart: communists (communism) and national socialists or Nazis (Nazism). The Nazis were the stronger of the two parties and won total control of the government, and led to a condition of fascism. '''Andreas Viestad''' (born April 5, 1973, Oslo) is a Norwegian (Norwegian people) food columnist and TV chef (Celebrity chef). He has hosted five seasons of ''New Scandinavian Cooking'' broadcast in the U.S. (United States), China, Germany, Italy, Finland and on BBC Food in over fifty countries, and has a monthly column in ''The Washington Post'' titled "The Gastronomer". Viestad has been called "Norway’s most exciting food writer", Dupleix, Jill, ''The Sunday Times'' (April 6, 2005). Andreas Viestad's Simple Salmon Mousse and "Norway’s culinary ambassador". Named after the Austro (Austria)-German (Germany) physicist Friedrich Paschen who first observed them in 1908. The Paschen lines all lie in the infrared band. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


France

Shuttle Discovery ''Discovery'' (June 17–24, 1985). As one of a seven-member international crew, which also included American (United States) and French (France) astronauts, he represented the Arab Satellite Communications Organization (ARABSAT) in deploying their satellite, ARABSAT-1B. Sultan also holds the record for being the youngest person to fly on the Space Shuttle, at the age of 28.

Discovery (June 17-24 , 1985). As one of a seven member international crew, which also included American (United States) and French (France) astronauts, he represented the Arab Satellite Communications Organization (ARABSAT) in deploying their satellite, ARABSAT-1B. '''Éditions Albin Michel''' is a French (France) publisher. It was founded in 1911 (1900 in literature) by Albin Michel. The Germanic language which ''diutisc'' most likely comes from is West Frankish


Australia

's debut album ''Frogstomp'', he moved to the U.S.A. associations NCCA (National Council of Churches in Australia), LWF (Lutheran World Federation) (Associate Member), ILC (International Lutheran Council) (Associate Member) area Australia, New Zealand headquarters North Adelaide The '''Lutheran Church of Australia''' (LCA) is the major Lutheran (Lutheranism) denomination (Christian denomination) in Australia, it also has


United States

-member international crew, which also included American (United States) and French (France) astronauts, he represented the Arab Satellite Communications Organization (ARABSAT) in deploying their satellite, ARABSAT-1B. Sultan also holds the record for being the youngest person to fly on the Space Shuttle, at the age of 28. How many people flew on the space shuttle Upon

of a seven member international crew, which also included American (United States) and French (France) astronauts, he represented the Arab Satellite Communications Organization (ARABSAT) in deploying their satellite, ARABSAT-1B. In July 2001 U.S. (United States) President George W. Bush signed an Executive Order (Executive order (United States)) directing federal agencies to "purchase products that use no more than one watt in their standby power consuming mode"


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