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Whakatane

in Whakatane, New Zealand and was a New Zealand athlete. Growing up in the small rural town of Edgecumbe, Eve was a talented young athlete. As Eve says in her biography “On natural ability alone, I held the school’s long jump record for many years” Rimmer & Gilmour, 1978, p.3 . This made up for her poor academic credentials. As soon as she was old enough she left school. birth_date birth_place Whakatane, New Zealand death_date


Namibia

. In his early years, he enjoyed sport and was found to be an especially excellent marksman. This natural ability led him to pursue a career in the military and eventually led to his being recruited to work for the Caribbean Marine Aero Corporation which was later revealed to be a front company for the CIA. While Smit was not a U.S. citizen, he was skilled at his job and so worked continuously in the Democratic Republic of Congo, (Formerly Zaire), during the tumultuous time the Aero


Columbus, Ohio

and was educated in Columbus, Ohio. As a young man, Burns performed well as a Secret Service (United States Secret Service) Agent and parleyed his reputation into the William J. Burns International Detective Agency, now a part of Securitas Security Services USA (Securitas AB). A combination of natural ability as a detective combined with an instinct for publicity made Burns a national figure. His exploits made national news, the gossip columns of New York newspapers, and the pages of detective magazines, in which he published "true" crime stories based on his exploits. alma_mater University of Utah (B.A. (Bachelor of Arts)) Columbia University Law School (J.D. (Juris Doctor)) Teachers College, Columbia University (Ed.D (Doctor of Education)) residence Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), Ohio profession Educator '''Elwood Gordon Gee''' (born February 2, 1944) is an American (United States) academic. He is in his second term as the president of Ohio State University in Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), Ohio; he was previously president from 1990 to 1998. The Chill were a key part of the growth of hockey in Columbus, Ohio and paved the way for the NHL expansion Columbus Blue Jackets. The 1998–99 season would be the franchise's final season as the Columbus Chill as the team suspended operations for both the 1999-2000 season and the 2000-2001 season. The Chill relocated during their inactive two year status to their present location in downtown Reading, Pennsylvania for the 2000-2001 season to make room for the Jackets (Columbus Blue Jackets). Famous guests Because of Lebanon's position on the highway between Cincinnati and Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), many notables have visited the inn. The Golden Lamb has been visited by twelve American Presidents: William Henry Harrison, Benjamin Harrison, John Quincy Adams, Martin Van Buren, Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, James A. Garfield, William McKinley, Warren G. Harding, William Howard Taft, Ronald Reagan, and George W. Bush. Ford's final limited production count was 2,110 units, consisting of 110 yellow S Rs in 1999, the first two of which were sold in Columbus, Ohio, and the other 108 in Southern California, and in 2000, 500 black, 500 red and 1,000 yellow S Rs for an upgrade price of $1,500 both years. It is believed that only 35 of those 2000 S Rs were sold in Canada, making it a very rare trim there. *Chicago, Illinois (Now Gino's East) *Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), Ohio (Closed a Planet Hollywood restaurant, Official All Star Café, and Planet Movies by AMC megaplex) *Costa Mesa (Costa Mesa, California), California He attended high school in Columbus and graduated from the University of Southwestern Louisiana (University of Louisiana at Lafayette), now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. DATE OF BIRTH April 7, 1951 PLACE OF BIRTH Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), Ohio DATE OF DEATH thumb 300px Melvin Rios and Baldemar Velasquez at Columbus Rally for Undocumented Immigrants' Rights, 2006-03-26 (Image:20060326 14-05-39melvinbaldemarvelasquez.JPG) On March 26, thousands rallied outside the Columbus, Ohio (w:Columbus, Ohio) statehouse, advocating rights for undocumented immigrants. This was one of a series of rallies following one in Los Angeles (w:Los Angeles, California), which was reported to have drawn over 500,000 attendees.


Baltimore

. As a young man, Burns performed well as a Secret Service (United States Secret Service) Agent and parleyed his reputation into the William J. Burns International Detective Agency, now a part of Securitas Security Services USA (Securitas AB). A combination of natural ability as a detective combined with an instinct for publicity made Burns a national figure. His exploits made national news, the gossip columns of New York newspapers, and the pages of detective magazines, in which he published "true" crime stories based on his exploits. Currently, KCRA airs the third hour of ''The Today Show (Today (NBC program))'' on a one-hour delay due to ''Live With Regis and Kelly'' airing at that time slot; and does not air the fourth hour. Sister stations WBAL-TV in Baltimore and WYFF in Greenville, South Carolina do the same thing. In addition, other syndicated programming includes ''The Real Housewives'', ''Rachael Ray (Rachael Ray (TV series))'', ''The Dr. Oz Show'', Access Hollywood, and ''Extra (Extra (TV series))''. '''Coppin State University''' is a historically black college located in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. It is part of the University System of Maryland. Commons:Category:Baltimore WikiPedia:Baltimore Dmoz:Regional North America United States Maryland Localities B Baltimore


Stockholm

. Accessed 8 March 2010. Later in life Crusell described this period of his life, writing in the third person (Grammatical person): In 1788, when he was thirteen, another family friend, aware of the young man's natural ability, took him to see Major O. Wallenstjerna at Sveaborg ( ). Sveaborg was a Swedish fortress built on six islands just off the coast of Helsinki. The educated officers of the fort had significant influence


South Africa

TR-1700 submarine ) and Israel. Smit was born in 1935, possibly somewhere in South Africa or South West Africa (present-day Namibia. He was the son of a poor family, but one which scraped enough money together in order to ensure a fairly advanced level of education for their son. In his early years, he enjoyed sport and was found to be an especially excellent marksman. This natural ability led him to pursue a career in the military and eventually led to his being recruited


Russia

and Vladimir Lamsdorf organised a meeting to review the revolutionary ideas which She was born '''Mona May Ratner''' in Bessarabia, a province in Tsarist Russia. Sometime after the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, her family moved to Tel-Aviv, in what was then Palestine. Her father, Aviv Ratner, a wealthy Jewish land-owner, had taught her to play chess when she was 9 years old. Because of her natural ability, she started playing in tournaments in Tel-Aviv and developed


Soviet Union

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Germany

with the events of his former nightmares. Schroeder explains that he believes that after his death he will return and his consciousness will merge with that of Garrisons. Garrison is skeptical at first, but after Schroeder shows how he is able to test for ESP (extra-sensory perception) ability, revealing Garrison's strong natural ability in the process, Garrison changes his opinion and makes a pact with Schroeder. Schroeder will give Garrison money and power now in exchange for the rebirth in Garrison that is to come. Faced with defeat in the Battle of Shanghai and the loss of a third of the National Revolutionary Army's best-trained troops, the failed but morale-boosting defense of Shanghai proved to the Chinese people and foreign powers alike that China was actively resisting the Japanese. The media capitalized on the defense of the warehouse and lauded the ''Eight Hundred Heroes'', embellished from the original 414, as national heroes, and a patriotic song (800 Heroes Song) was also composed to encourage the people to resist Japanese aggression. However, the foreign aid that Chiang tried to canvass for did not arrive; none of the European powers delivered anything more than verbal condemnation of Japan. Only Germany and the Soviet Union provided substantial aid to China before the outbreak of war in Europe (Invasion of Poland), and Germany withdrew its advisors (Sino-German cooperation (1911-1941)#End of Sino-German cooperation) in 1938 because of Japanese pressure. She studied with Martin Heidegger and Karl Jaspers, leaving Germany in 1933. She was in Denmark in 1935, and then at the University of Chicago. After losing her position there during World War II, she spent 15 years as a mother and farmer. Marjorie Grene dies at 98; historian of philosophy known as independent thinker LA Times March 22, 2009 Prelude Christian IV, as a Lutheran, allied with Ernst von Mansfeld (Ernst, Graf von Mansfield) in a military campaign he had planned to start in Thuringia in central Germany, and then take to its south. His intention was to bring relief to German Protestants, who had been severely defeated a few weeks earlier in the Battle of Dessau Bridge. On 26 March 1997, the 300-ft merchant vessel '''MV Cita''' pierced its hull when running aground on rocks off the south coast of the Isles of Scilly in gale-force winds en route from Southampton to Belfast. The incident happened just after 3 am when the German (Germany)-owned, Antiguan-registered 3,000 tonne vessel hit Newfoundland Point, St Mary's (St Mary's, Isles of Scilly). History The first store was opened by the founder, Raphael Nat Wallis, in Islington in 1923. Arcadia: About Wallis After steady growth the UK, the brand opened its first store in Germany and later opened outlets in Saudi Arabia and South Africa under respective franchise and licensing agreements. In 1980 Wallis became a part of the Sears Group (Sears plc) and in 1999, following the acquisition of Sears by Sir Philip Green, the brand was transferred to the Arcadia Group. Evangelisti's novels are greatly appreciated in France (where he won several literary awards), Spain, Germany and Portugal. He is currently the director of the ''Carmilla'' magazine. In the last years he has written some works which show his love for heavy metal music, namely the short stories collection ''Metallo urlante'' (referring to the French (France) magazine ''Metal Hurlant'') and the novels ''Black Flag'' and ''Antracite'': they are set during the American Civil War and feature a new character, Pantera, a ''palero (palo mayombe)'' shaman. One of his latest novels, ''Noi saremo tutto'' ("We Shall Be All"), spans several decades of the last century, exploring the life of Eddie Florio, a gangster, against the background of the history of the trade unions and the workers' battles for civil rights. After leaving the convoy at Cape Town, ''Winslow'' returned to the United States where she was assigned to Vice Admiral Jonas H. Ingrain's 4th Fleet (United States Fourth Fleet), which had grown out of the South Atlantic neutrality patrols. The warship patrolled the area between Brazil and Africa, searching for German (Germany) submarines and blockade runners until April 1944. On two occasions during that period, she returned briefly to the United States—in June 1942 and in October 1943—to undergo repairs at Charleston, South Carolina. The '''Mercedes-Benz Championship''' was a European Tour (PGA European Tour) men's professional golf tournament played in Germany and hosted and promoted by Germany's most successful golfer Bernhard Langer and his brother Erwin. *June 20 – John Wharlton Bunney, Pre-Raphaelite painter (d. 1882 (1882 in art)) *July 9 – Adolf Schreyer, German (Germany) painter (d. 1899 (1899 in art)) *July 14 – Jervis McEntee, painter of the Hudson River School (d. 1891 (1891 in art)) thumb Altar of St. Joseph, Billafingen, Germany. (File:Billafingen Pfarrkriche Seitenaltar.jpg) '''Billafingen''' is a village that is part of Owingen in the Bodensee (Bodensee (district)) district, Germany, close to Überlingen. Billafingen was first mentioned in 970 and merged with Owingen in 1975. thumb Mouth (water stream) Mouth (Image:AlmeLippe.jpg) of the Alme. The '''Alme''' is a 50 km long river in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is a left tributary of the Lippe (Lippe River), into which it flows near Paderborn. The Alme defines the '''Alme Valley''' and flows through the towns Büren (Büren, Westphalia), Borchen and Paderborn. The '''Ilm''' is a Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


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