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Nizhny Tagil

, Jevdokymenko was a serving his military duty in Nizhny Tagil, Ural region. After military service, he looked Rotaru up. Jevdokymenko had graduated from a musical high school, played the trumpet, and planned to create his own band. As a student at the University of Chernivtsi and a trumpeter in the student pop orchestra, he helped Sofia discover the pop orchestra. Before meeting him, Rotaru had used primarily violins and the cimbalom for musical backup.


Chernivtsi

not successful, and in 1992 she ended her singing career. Sofia's husband, Anatoliy Kyrylovich Jevdokymenko, was a People's Artist of Ukraine (1941–2002). He was the son of a conductor from Chernivtsi. He first saw Rotaru on the cover of the magazine ''Ukraine'' № 27 in 1965 and immediately fell in love with her. At the time, Jevdokymenko was a serving his military duty in Nizhny Tagil, Ural region. After military service, he looked Rotaru up. Jevdokymenko had graduated from a musical high school


Bitola

thumb upright Gymnasium "Josip Broz-Tito" (File:Gimnazija Bitolj.JPG) There are seven high schools in Bitola: *"Josip Broz-Tito", a gymnasium *"Taki Daskalo", a gymnasium *"Dr. Jovan Kalauzi", a medical high school *"Jane Sandanski", an economical high school *"Gjorgji Naumov", a technological high school *"Kuzman Šapkarev", an agricultural high school *"Toše Proeski", a musical high school Ten Primary Schools in Bitola


Szczecin

it becomes the S3 (Expressway S3 (Poland)) ''express road'' to Świnoujście. Another Commons:Szczecin Wikipedia:Szczecin Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland Voivodships Western Pomerania Szczecin


Salt Lake City

'', "Bonneville (Bonneville (film))", ''Dawn of the Dead'', ''Drive Me Crazy'', ''Forever Strong'', ''High School Musical'', ''High School Musical 2'', ''High School Musical 3: Senior Year'', ''Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde'', ''Unaccompanied Minors'', ''Dumb and Dumber'', ''The Stand'', ''Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers'', ''Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers'', '' Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers


Gibraltar

'', ''High Society (High Society (musical))'', ''Anything Goes'' and most recently the opera of ''Dido and Aeneas'' by Henry Purcell. Jazz in Downside is popular. The jazz band Slaughterhouse Seven has performed in Australia, Fiji, Canada, the United States, Malta, Gibraltar, Hong Kong and other places. In addition to the ''Safari'' routes to Africa, BUA also established a network of scheduled services to mainly secondary destinations in Continental


Malta

; It has recently performed a concert of twentieth century choral music, including music by Britten, Lauridsen and the Chichester Psalms by Bernstein (Leonard Bernstein). The summer term is always ended with a musical. Productions in recent years have included ''Oliver!'', ''Grease (Grease (musical))'', ''Guys and Dolls (Guys and Dolls (musical))'', ''High Society (High Society (musical))'', ''Anything Goes'' and most recently the opera of '' Dido and Aeneas


Slovakia

-математички смер) or 3) social studies (друштвени смер), available all over Serbia, and a few specialised ones, i.e. science and mathematics (природно-математичка гимназија) -- only one in all of Serbia, in Belgrade; sports (спортска гиманзија) -- just two in Serbia; and language gymnasiums (филолошка гимназија) -- a total of four in Serbia. In the end, everyone has a final exam - Matura. A technical high school (including business admin. assistant, i.e. економска школа), or a musical high school is a prerequisite for enrolement into a university. English and another foreign language (in addition to the mother tongue, and in case of minorities also Serbian, of course) are compulsory throughout. *Slovakia (4 years starting at age 15 after completing 9 years of elementary school (more common); 8 years starting at age 11 after completing 5 years of elementary school; both end with Maturita (Matura)) *Slovenia (4 years, starting at age 14 15, ends with Matura). thumb High-school pupils in Szczecin (File:Matura2005 ILOSzczecin.jpg), Poland, waiting to write a ''matura'' exam in 2005 '''''Matura''''' or a similar term ('''''matur''''', '''''maturita''''', '''''maturità''''', '''''Maturität''''', '''матура''') is the common name for the high-school (high school) leaving exam or "maturity exam" in various countries, including Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Liechtenstein, Macedonia (Republic of Macedonia), Montenegro, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Switzerland, as well as among Ukrainian (Ukraine) emigrés. It is taken by young adults (usually aged 18 or 19) at the end of their secondary education, and generally must be passed in order to apply to a university or other institution of higher education. Names and equivalents In the Czech Republic it is officially called '''maturitní zkouška''', in Slovakia '''maturitná skúška''', in Poland '''egzamin maturalny''', in Austria '''Reifeprüfung''' ("examination of maturity"), but ''matura'' is used colloquially (Colloquialism) in these four countries. In Hungary, the same system is used, but it is called '''érettségi (vizsga)''' ("examination of maturity"), the equivalent of ''matura'' and in Israel it is called '''bagrut''' (Hebrew word for "maturity"). In Italy it used to be called '''esame di maturità''' and now '''esame di Stato'''. In Bulgaria, the official name is държавни зрелостни изпити ('''darzhavni zrelostni izpiti''', "state maturity examinations"), but the name матура ('''matura''') is almost always used instead. 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Residents in other countries can only buy a gift card from a merchant or download free podcasts and previews. * World Hockey Championship ** Men's champion: Slovakia defeats Russia. ** Junior Men's champion: Russia defeats Canada. **Basque Mountains *Carpathian Mountains, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Ukraine **Tatra Mountains, Poland, Slovakia - Slovakia Bardejov Basilica of St Giles (Basilica of St Giles, Bardejov) 2000 100px (Image:Bardejov10Slovakia1.JPG) - - Slovakia Kežmarok Basilica of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross (Basilica of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, Kežmarok) 1998 100px (Image:Sv Kryziaus baznycia.jpg) - - Slovakia Levoča Basilica of the Visitation, Mariánska hora (Mariánska hora) 1988 100px (Image:Bazilika na Mariánskej hore 2.jpg) - - Slovakia Ľutina Basilica of the Assumption (Basilica of the Assumption, Ľutina) Slovak Greek Catholic Church 1988 100px (Image:Slovakia Lutina 4.JPG) - - Slovakia Rajecká Lesná Basilica of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Basilica of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Rajecká Lesná) 2002 - - Slovakia Šaštín-Stráže Basilica of the Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Šaštín (Basilica of the Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary) 1964 100px (Image:Sastin bazilika 2.jpg) - - Slovakia Staré Hory Basilica of the Visitation (Basilica of the Visitation, Staré Hory) 1990 100px (Image:Church in Staré Hory.jpg) - - Slovakia Trnava Basilica of St Nicholas (Basilica of St Nicholas, Trnava) 2008 100px (Image:Slovakia-Trnava-Kostol svateho Mikulasa 1.JPG) - - Slovakia Vranov nad Topľou Basilica of the Birth of the Virgin Mary (Basilica of the Birth of the Virgin Mary, Vranov nad Topľou) 2008 100px (Image:Vranov nad Topl'ou kościół 18.08.08 p.jpg) - Twin towns — Sister cities Heinola is twinned (Town twinning) with Piešťany in Slovakia, Karlshamn in Sweden, Baranovichi in Belarus and Peine in Germany. The marriage lasted three months (they divorced in 1935 and the marriage was annulled in 1944), and she returned to Europe where she met Hungarian Count Paul Pálffy ab Erdöd (1890–1968) and became his fourth of eight eventual wives in late 1935. They lived in Slovakia. Their life was taken up with tiger hunts in India: they both became good shots, killing stags, elephants, and antelopes. They attended the World Exposition of Shooting at Berlin, hosted by Hermann Göring. Shortly afterwards, Pálffy became smitten with the siren-like writer Louise de Vilmorin (1902–1969) in Paris, divorced Etti in December 1937, and married Louise. - SK (ISO 3166-2:SK) Slovakia 8 regions (regions of Slovakia) - * If the country merged into an existing country, the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code of this country is used (e.g., the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) merged into Germany, whose alpha-2 code is DE ). * If the country was divided into several parts, the special code HH is used to indicate that there is no single successor country (e.g., Czechoslovakia was divided into the Czech Republic and Slovakia), with the exception of Serbia and Montenegro, for which XX is used to avoid duplicate use of the same ISO 3166-3 code, as the alpha-2 code CS had twice been deleted from ISO 3166-1, the first time due to the split of Czechoslovakia and the second time due to the split of Serbia and Montenegro. - id "SK" SK Slovakia 1993 .sk Commons:Category:Slovakia WikiPedia:Slovakia Dmoz:Regional Europe Slovakia eo:Slovakio


Australia

established himself, he also worked in Broadway theatre in New York (New York City) and in Australia. Woodward first appeared on Broadway in ''Rattle of a Simple Man'' (1963) and the musical comedy ''High Spirits (High Spirits (musical))'' (1964–1965), which won three Tony Awards, followed by the 1966 comedy ''The Best Laid Plans''. In 1970, after Woodward played Sidney Carton in the West End musical "Two Cities" based on Dickens's novel, Laurence Olivier invited

(musical) Grease '', ''Guys and Dolls (Guys and Dolls (musical))'', ''High Society (High Society (musical))'', ''Anything Goes'' and most recently the opera of ''Dido and Aeneas'' by Henry Purcell. Jazz in Downside is popular. The jazz band Slaughterhouse Seven has performed in Australia, Fiji, Canada, the United States, Malta, Gibraltar, Hong Kong and other places. In the mid-1970s, he moved permanently to Nashville and signed for Capricorn


Canada

accessdate 7 December 2010 It has recently performed a concert of twentieth century choral music, including music by Britten, Lauridsen and the Chichester Psalms by Bernstein (Leonard Bernstein). The summer term is always ended with a musical. Productions in recent years have included ''Oliver!'', ''Grease (Grease (musical))'', ''Guys and Dolls (Guys and Dolls (musical))'', ''High Society (High Society (musical))'', ''Anything Goes'' and most recently


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