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Pembroke, Ontario

a marina and another one from a large warehouse were blown away during the passage of a supercell storm. Mooney was born in Pembroke, Ontario in 1970, and was raised in Ontario and Nova Scotia. At age twelve, she promoted reforms in the Halifax (Halifax Urban Area) police department.She served as a military member of 723 Halifax Communications Squadron, and provided Radioteletype equipment to Canadian forces during Operation Desert Storm. She


Warsaw

, supported the movement for the war with Ottoman Empire but died before he had any significant influence on the events. Died in Lwów or his residence in village Wielkie near Warsaw (sources vary) in 19 November 1634 from smallpox. WikiPedia:Warsaw Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland Voivodships Mazovia Warszawa Commons:Category:Warsaw


Berlin

northeast of Berlin on the Berlin–Szczecin railway. Angermünde station is at the junction of lines to Prenzlau, Bad Freienwalde, and Schwedt. He served in World War I as Commanding Officer of 2 Bn Black Watch in France and Mesopotamia. After the War he joined 2nd Silesian Brigade, part of the British Upper Silesian Force, in Germany. He became Military Member of an Overseas Delegation to Australia and New Zealand in 1923 and then Chief of the British Section of the Military Inter-Allied Commission of Control for Berlin in 1924. He was appointed General Officer Commanding 44th (Home Counties) Infantry Division in 1927 and GOC Northern Ireland District (HQ Northern Ireland) in 1929. While Kathrada was a student at the University of the Witwatersrand, he was sent as a delegate of the Transvaal Indian Youth Congress to the World Youth Festival of 1951 in Berlin. Kathrada 2004 (#kathrada2004), p. 374 He was elected as the leader of the large multi-racial South African delegation. He remained in Europe in order to attend a congress of the International Union Students in Warsaw, Poland and finally travelled to Budapest and worked at the headquarters of the World Federation of Democratic Youth for nine months. left 120px Korczak Coat of Arms (Image:POL COA Korczak.svg) Great Crown Podstoli in 1764, Ambassador in Berlin in 1765, Master of the Hunt of the Crown in 1766-1773, Artillery General of Lithuania in 1768-1773, Ambassador in Moscow in 1771, Field Crown Hetman in 1773 and Great Crown Hetman of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in 1774-1794. He was appointed consul general to Berlin on June 30, 1881, by U.S. President James A. Garfield and served from August 29, 1881, until June 7, 1885. He was again elected to the U.S. House for the 50th (50th United States Congress) and 51st (51st United States Congress) Congresses, serving from March 4, 1887 to March 3, 1891. He declined to be a candidate for renomination in 1890 and resumed the practice of law in Pontiac. In the early 1970s, Kienholz received a grant that permitted him to work in Berlin. His most important works during this period were based on the Volksempfängers (radio receiving apparatus from the National Socialist period in Germany). In 1973 he was guest artist of the German Academic Exchange Service in Berlin. September 2–7, 2011 Berlin, Germany 235,000 in 2010 IFA Statistics January 21–30, 2011 Berlin, Messe (Messe Berlin), Germany 424,502 in 2008 March 10–14, 2010 Berlin, Messe (Messe Berlin), Germany 149,776 in 2008 Recognition *1964: "Neodada Pop Decollage Kapitalistischer Realismus", Galerie René Block, Berlin; Awarded the Young Germans award in Baden-Baden with Klaus Geldmacher and Dieter Krieg *1975: Awarded the prize for painting at the XIII Bienal de São Paulo (São Paulo Art Biennial) SAC organizational structure From the very beginning SAC had a very loose group structure. Members worked mostly independently with little if any direction from the group leaders. Every member has the freedom to decide for himself which art requests he is willing to fulfill and which not. Seniority was achieved by being an active member for an extended period of time. Exceptions were made occasionally for outstanding contributions to the Group. New member applications were accepted or rejected by a simple majority vote of the existing members. It was never the decision of a single person (regardless of the status of that member). All new member applications and artwork samples were published in designated member-only areas at the SAC World Headquarter BBS "Closed Society" which was located in Berlin, Germany. The applications were also made available on the Internet at SAC's IRC Channel #SAC on the EFnet and SAC FTP Server HQ's. He won a Silver Bear prize in Berlin for ''All Things Fair'' and a Special Grand Jury Prize (Grand Prix (Cannes Film Festival)) at the Cannes Festival (1969 Cannes Film Festival) for ''Ådalen 31''. Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


New Zealand

this address have been vandalism. I didn't check every single one though. In my opinion a candidate for blocking. --Thorsten Loehndorf (User:Thorsten Loehndorf) ---- He served in World War I as Commanding Officer of 2 Bn Black Watch in France and Mesopotamia. After the War he joined 2nd Silesian Brigade, part of the British Upper Silesian Force, in Germany. He became Military Member of an Overseas Delegation to Australia and New Zealand in 1923 and then Chief of the British Section of the Military Inter-Allied Commission of Control for Berlin in 1924. He was appointed General Officer Commanding 44th (Home Counties) Infantry Division in 1927 and GOC Northern Ireland District (HQ Northern Ireland) in 1929. In keeping with the tradition of polar expeditions of the 'heroic age' the CTAE was a private venture, though it was supported by the governments of the United Kingdom, New Zealand, United States, Australia and South Africa, as well as many corporate and individual donations, under the patronage of Queen Elizabeth II (Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom). It was headed by British explorer Dr Vivian Fuchs, with New Zealander Sir Edmund Hillary leading the New Zealand Ross Sea Support team. The New Zealand party included scientists participating in International Geophysical Year (IGY) research while the UK IGY team were separately based at Halley Bay. In keeping with the tradition of polar expeditions of the 'heroic age' the CTAE was a private venture, though it was supported by the governments of the United Kingdom, New Zealand, United States, Australia and South Africa, as well as many corporate and individual donations, under the patronage of Queen Elizabeth II (Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom). It was headed by British explorer Dr Vivian Fuchs, with New Zealander Sir Edmund Hillary leading the New Zealand Ross Sea Support team. The New Zealand party included scientists participating in International Geophysical Year (IGY) research while the UK IGY team were separately based at Halley Bay. '''Lake Christabel''' is a small lake in the north of New Zealand's South Island. It is located 12 kilometres southwest of the Lewis Pass. The lake is the source of the Grey River (Grey River, New Zealand), one of the longest rivers on the South Island's West Coast (West Coast, New Zealand), although its outlet is underground. New Zealand 1:50000 Topographic Map series sheet BT22 – Springs Junction The lake lies behind a landslide dam, thought to have been created by a prehistoric earthquake. Wikipedia:New Zealand Commons:Category:New Zealand Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand


Netherlands

 km north-east of Arnhem, on the Eastern bank of the river IJssel at the point where it is joined by the Berkel. The name Zutphen (first mentioned in the eleventh century) appears to mean 'zuid-veen', or in English, south-fen. Netherlands In the Netherlands members of the military are tried by a special military section of the civilian court in Arnhem. This section consists of a military member and two civilian judges. The decision whether or not to prosecute


France

Oct 2004 (UTC) He served in World War I as Commanding Officer of 2 Bn Black Watch in France and Mesopotamia. After the War he joined 2nd Silesian Brigade, part of the British Upper Silesian Force, in Germany. He became Military Member of an Overseas Delegation to Australia and New Zealand in 1923 and then Chief of the British Section of the Military Inter-Allied Commission of Control for Berlin in 1924. He was appointed General Officer Commanding 44th (Home Counties) Infantry Division in 1927 and GOC Northern Ireland District (HQ Northern Ireland) in 1929. thumb left ''Pliopithecus antiquus'' jaw seen from above (Image:Pliopithecus antiquus 1.JPG) '''''Pliopithecus''''' is a genus of extinct primates of the Miocene and Pliocene. It was discovered in 1837 by Édouard Lartet (Édouard_Lartet) (1801–1871) in France, with fossils subsequently discovered in Switzerland and Spain. Plot Connie Sumner (Lane (Diane Lane)) and Edward Sumner (Gere (Richard Gere)) are a couple who live in suburban New York City. Their marriage is solid and loving but lacking passion. One day, Connie journeys into the city, where she is caught in a windstorm. As she seeks a taxi, she bumps into a stranger (Martinez (Olivier Martinez)). They both fall and Connie scrapes her knees. The stranger offers to let her use his apartment to clean up. At that moment, an empty cab goes by, but Connie accepts the offer instead of heading back to the train station. The stranger introduces himself as Paul Martel, a Frenchman (France) who buys and sells used books. When Martel makes small advances toward her, Connie becomes uncomfortable and decides to leave . He lets her go but gives her a book of Persian poetry, ''Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam'' as a gift. thumb right Louis-Gustave Binger (Image:Gustave Binger.jpg) '''Louis Gustave Binger''' (October 14, 1856 – November 10, 1936) was a French (France) officer and explorer (exploration) who claimed the Côte d'Ivoire for France. '''Étretat''' is a commune (Commune in France) in the Seine-Maritime department (Departments of France) in the Haute-Normandie region (Regions of France) in northern France. It is a tourist and farming town situated c. 32 km northeast of Le Havre, at the junction of the D940, D11 and D139 roads. It's located on the coast of the Pays de Caux area. '''Côte-Rôtie''' is a French wine ''Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée'' (AOC) in the northern Rhône wine region (Rhône (wine region)) of France. The vineyards are located just south of Vienne (Vienne, Isère) in the communes of Saint-Cyr-sur-le-Rhône, Ampuis, and Tupin-et-Semons. Inter Rhône: Côte-Rôtie Retrieved 19 January 2010 The vineyards are unique because of their vertical slopes and their stone walls. ''Côte-Rôtie'' can be rendered in English as "the roasted slope" and refers to the long hours of sunlight that these steep slopes receive. E. McCarthy & M. Ewing-Mulligan ''"French Wine for Dummies"'' pg 127-128 Wiley Publishing 2001 ISBN 0764553542 right (Image:ChateauGrillet.png) '''Château-Grillet''' is a wine-growing AOC (Appellation d'origine contrôlée) in the northern Rhône wine region (Rhône (wine region)) of France, near Vienne (Vienne, Isère), which produces white wine from Viognier grapes. The whole appellation, which is only Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


Germany

. He served in World War I as Commanding Officer of 2 Bn Black Watch in France and Mesopotamia. After the War he joined 2nd Silesian Brigade, part of the British Upper Silesian Force, in Germany. He became Military Member of an Overseas Delegation to Australia and New Zealand in 1923 and then Chief of the British Section of the Military Inter-Allied Commission of Control for Berlin in 1924. He was appointed General Officer Commanding 44th (Home Counties) Infantry Division in 1927 and GOC Northern Ireland District (HQ Northern Ireland) in 1929. The school's German (Germany) folk dancing (Folk dance) team took first place in the 2005 state competition and third place in state finals in 2006. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


India

Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


Australia

as Commanding Officer of 2 Bn Black Watch in France and Mesopotamia. After the War he joined 2nd Silesian Brigade, part of the British Upper Silesian Force, in Germany. He became Military Member of an Overseas Delegation to Australia and New Zealand in 1923 and then Chief of the British Section of the Military Inter-Allied Commission of Control for Berlin in 1924. He was appointed General Officer Commanding 44th (Home Counties) Infantry Division in 1927 and GOC Northern Ireland District (HQ Northern Ireland) in 1929. Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


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