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Brockville

include ceiling fan manufacturer Canarm, pharmaceutical manufacturer Trillium Canada, and the oil-blending plant of Shell Canada. Canadian retailer Giant Tiger has also opened a distribution centre for frozen food in Brockville. Abbott Laboratories previously operated a manufacturing plant in Brockville, making infant formula and adult nutritionals for the domestic and overseas markets, but it closed in 2012, resulting in a loss of 150 jobs. Record & Times article on plant closure Many area residents are employed at the Invista Canada facility (formerly DuPont Canada Ltd.) located in Maitland (Maitland, Ontario), just east of Brockville. Transcom WorldWide (formerly NuComm International) also operates a large call centre employing roughly 200 people. Brockville is also the main administrative, health-care and commercial centre for Leeds—Grenville county. Major public-sector employers include the Upper Canada District School Board, which has its headquarters in Brockville; and the Brockville Mental Health Centre, locally referred to as the "psych", short for Psychiatric Hospital. Demographics


Argentina

problems were reported due to the high viscosity of vegetable oils compared to petroleum diesel fuel, which results in poor atomization of the fuel in the fuel spray and often leads to deposits and coking of the injectors, combustion chamber and valves. Attempts to overcome these problems included heating of the vegetable oil, blending it with petroleum-derived diesel fuel or ethanol, pyrolysis and cracking of the oils. thumb right Bill O'Reilly in 1975 as the "Action Consumer trouble shooter" for American Broadcasting Company ABC (File:Bill O'Reilly as the "Action Consumer trouble shooter" .jpg) affiliate WNEP in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Commons:Category:Argentina Wikipedia:Argentina Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina


Portugal

reported due to the high viscosity of vegetable oils compared to petroleum diesel fuel, which results in poor atomization of the fuel in the fuel spray and often leads to deposits and coking of the injectors, combustion chamber and valves. Attempts to overcome these problems included heating of the vegetable oil, blending it with petroleum-derived diesel fuel or ethanol, pyrolysis and cracking of the oils. ** cfr. ''Haute Autorité (:fr:Haute Autorité)''. *In Portugal, high commissioner (''alto comissário'' in Portuguese) is the title of certain officials appointed by the President (President of Portugal), the Parliament (Portuguese Parliament) or the Government (Government of Portugal) to deal with special matters of national importance (e.g.: the High Commissioner for Immigration and Intercultural Dialogue is the government official responsible for the immigration and ethnic minorities affairs). One of the first Western visitors to the temple was António da Madalena, a Portuguese (Portugal) monk who visited in 1586 and said that it "is of such extraordinary construction that it is not possible to describe it with a pen, particularly since it is like no other building in the world. It has towers and decoration and all the refinements which the human genius can conceive of." Higham, ''The Civilization of Angkor'' pp. 1–2. However, the temple was popularised in the West only in the mid-19th century on the publication of Henri Mouhot's travel notes. The French explorer wrote of it: thumb left Facade of Angkor Wat, a drawing by Henri Mouhot (File:Facade of Angkor Wat.jpg) thumb left ''Alabama'' in 1898. (File:Uss alabama 1898.jpg) Though assigned to the North Atlantic Station, ''Alabama'' did not begin operations with that unit until early the following year. The warship remained at Philadelphia until 13 December, when she got underway for the brief trip to New York City. She stayed at New York through the New Year and until the latter part of January 1901. Finally, on 27 January, the battleship headed south for winter exercises with the Fleet at the drill grounds in the Gulf of Mexico near Pensacola, Florida. ''Alabama''


Brazil

atomization of the fuel in the fuel spray and often leads to deposits and coking of the injectors, combustion chamber and valves. Attempts to overcome these problems included heating of the vegetable oil, blending it with petroleum-derived diesel fuel or ethanol, pyrolysis and cracking of the oils. Inter-war period Shakedown took her to Port of Spain, Trinidad. She continued to Santos (Santos (São Paulo)), Brazil, then to Buenos Aires, Argentina, to Montevideo, Uruguay, and finally to San Juan, Puerto Rico. The new cruiser returned to Philadelphia in January 1939. thumb Map of the United Nations headquarters (File:New York Kaart (wp).png) Rather than announce a competition for the design of the facilities for the headquarters, the UN decided to commission a collaborative effort among a multinational team of leading architects. The American architect Wallace K. Harrison was named as chief architect and director of planning, and a board of design consultants was nominated by member governments. The board consisted of N. D. Bassov (Nikolai Bassov) of the Soviet Union, Gaston Brunfaut (Belgium), Ernest Cormier (Canada), Le Corbusier (France), Liang Seu-cheng (Liang Sicheng) (China (Republic of China)), Sven Markelius (Sweden), Oscar Niemeyer (Brazil), Howard Robertson (Howard Robertson (architect)) (United Kingdom), G. A. Soilleux (Australia), and Julio Villamajo (Uruguay). thumb 200px Victoria (ship) Nao Victoria (File:Nao Victoria en Magallanes 01.jpg), Elcano ship Replica in Punta Arenas Elcano served as a naval commander of Charles I of Spain and took part of the expedition to the Philippines. They set sail with five ships, the ''Concepción'', ''San Antonio'', ''Santiago'', ''Trinidad'' and ''Victoria (Victoria (ship))'' with a fleet of 241 men from Spain in 1519. Dissatisfaction and severe weather plagued the voyage from the beginning and hostility among the Spaniards and Portuguese grew rapidly which led to the mutiny of some of his crew members. The ''Santiago'' was later destroyed by a storm. The fleet sailed across the Atlantic Ocean to the eastern coast of Brazil and into Puerto San Julián in Argentina. Several days later they discovered a passage known as the Strait of Magellan located in the southern tip of South America and sailed through the strait. The crew of the ''San Antonio'' mutinied and returned to Spain. On 28 November 1520, three ships set sail for the Pacific Ocean and about 19 men died before they reached Guam on 6 March 1521. Conflicts with the nearby island of Rota prevented Magellan and Elcano from resupplying their ships with food and water. They eventually gathered enough supplies and continued on with their journey to the Philippines and remained there for several weeks. Close relationship developed between the Spaniards and the islanders. They took part on converting the Cebuano tribes into Christianity and became involved in tribal warfare between rival Filipino groups in Mactan Island.thumb left Route of the Spanish expedition through the Spice Islands. The red cross shows the location of Mactan Island in the Philippines where Magellan was killed in 1521. (File:Elkano Spice Islands.jpg) In the Catechism of the Catholic Church (paragraph 2117) one can read that "Spiritism often implies divination or magical practices; the Church for her part warns the faithful against it". In Brazil, Catholic priests Dom (Don (honorific)) Carlos José Boaventura Kloppenburg and Oscar González Quevedo, among others, have since the 1960s written extensively against Spiritism from both a doctrinal and parapsychologic perspective. Quevedo, in particular, has dedicated himself to show that Spiritism's claims of being a science are invalid, having not only written books on the subject


Japan

fuel, which results in poor atomization of the fuel in the fuel spray and often leads to deposits and coking of the injectors, combustion chamber and valves. Attempts to overcome these problems included heating of the vegetable oil, blending it with petroleum-derived diesel fuel or ethanol, pyrolysis and cracking of the oils. Offices have been opened in Switzerland (1995), Germany (1998), New York City (2000), France (2003), Japan (2005), and most recently in the United Kingdom and Chile. The head offices are located in Bra (Bra (CN)), near the famous city of Turin, northern Italy. Numerous publications are put out by the organization, in several languages. In the US, ''the Snail'' is the quarterly of choice, while Slow Food puts out literature in several other European nations. Recent efforts at publicity include the world's largest food and wine fair, the Salone del Gusto in Turin, a biennial cheese fair in Bra called ''Cheese'', the Genoan fish festival called SlowFish, and Turin's Terra Madre ("Mother Earth") world meeting of food communities. season 3 3 country zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


Italy

atomization of the fuel in the fuel spray and often leads to deposits and coking of the injectors, combustion chamber and valves. Attempts to overcome these problems included heating of the vegetable oil, blending it with petroleum-derived diesel fuel or ethanol, pyrolysis and cracking of the oils. accessdate 2007-03-04 archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20070228154409 http: www.unisg.it eng index.php archivedate 2007-02-28 at Pollenzo, in Piedmont, and Colorno, in Emilia-Romagna, Italy. Carlo Petrini and Massimo Montanari are the leading figures in the creation of the University, whose goal is to promote awareness of good food and nutrition. By late 1241, Batu and Subeedei were finishing plans to invade Austria, Italy and Germany, when the news came of the death of Ögedei Khan (died in December, 1241). Batu wanted to continue the war, but Subeedei reminded him the law of Yassa (Их Засаг). The Mongols withdrew in the late spring of 1242, as the Princes of the blood, and Subutai, were recalled to Karakorum (Karakorum (palace)) where the ''kurultai'' was held. The Second Bulgarian Empire was forced to acknowledge Batu's supremacy. Batu was a potential Great Khan. When he failed to win this he would turn to consolidate his conquests in Asia and the Urals. '''Gualdo Tadino''', (Latin: ''Tadinum'', later ''Taginae'') an ancient town of Italy, in the province of Perugia in northeastern Umbria, on the lower flanks of Mt. Penna (Monte Penna), a mountain of the Apennines. It is 47 km NE of Perugia and 30 km SE of Gubbio. The rest of the Second World War Travers went on to serve in Italy, France, and Germany, where she respectively drove an ambulance, lorry, and a self-propelled (self-propelled gun) anti-tank gun. Later in the war, she was wounded when she drove over a mine. In 1998 the government purchased three new MiG-29 (Mikoyan MiG-29) fighter planes from Russia, for which it paid USD $300 million, although observers say the true cost of the planes is only around $100 million. Following subsequent international investigations of the sale, the government of Italy issued an arrest warrant for Yevgeny Ananyev, former general director of the government-owned company ''Rosvooruzhenie''. Ananyev was accused of money laundering with Montesinos by diverting $18 million through Swiss (Swiss banking) and Italian banks after overseeing the sale of the jet fighters via Belarus. "Current Affairs", RUSNet, 7 Jun 2010 The first institution in Italy to create a doctoral program (PhD) was Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa in 1927 under the historic name ''"Diploma di Perfezionamento"''. Student Guidebook - Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa STATUTO DELLA SCUOLA NORMALE SUPERIORE DI PISA (legge 18 giugno 1986, n. 308) Further, the research doctorates or PhD (Italian (Italian language): ''Dottorato di ricerca'') in Italy were introduced with law and Presidential Decree in 1980 (Law of February 21, 1980, No. 28 and the Presidential Decree No. 382 of 11 July 1980), referring to the reform of academic teaching, training and experimentation in organisation and teaching methods. Law of February 21, 1980, No. 28 Decreto Presidente Repubblica 11 luglio 1980, n. 382 The first institution in Italy to create a doctoral program (PhD) was Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa in 1927 under the historic name ''"Diploma di Perfezionamento"''. Student Guidebook - Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa STATUTO DELLA SCUOLA NORMALE SUPERIORE DI PISA (legge 18 giugno 1986, n. 308) Further, the research doctorates or PhD (Italian (Italian language): ''Dottorato di ricerca'') in Italy were introduced with law and Presidential Decree in 1980 (Law of February 21, 1980, No. 28 and the Presidential Decree No. 382 of 11 July 1980), referring to the reform of academic teaching, training and experimentation in organisation and teaching methods. Law of February 21, 1980, No. 28 Decreto Presidente Repubblica 11 luglio 1980, n. 382 In order to create the sets that Scorsese envisioned, the production was filmed at the large Cinecittà Studio in Rome, Italy. Production designer Dante Ferretti recreated over a mile of mid-nineteenth century New York buildings, consisting of a five-block area of Lower Manhattan, including the Five Points slum, a section of the East River waterfront including two full-sized sailing ships, a thirty-building stretch of lower Broadway (Broadway (New York City)), a patrician mansion, and replicas of Tammany Hall, a church, a saloon, a Chinese theater, and a gambling casino. For the Five Points, Ferretti recreated George Catlin's painting of the area. '''Alberto Sordi''', also known as '''Albertone''', Cavaliere di Gran Croce OMRI (Italian orders of merit) Quirinale.it (June 15, 1920 – February 25, 2003) was an Italian (Italy) actor. He was also a film director and the dubbing voice of Oliver Hardy in the Italian version of the Laurel & Hardy films. Occurrence Anorthite is a rare compositional variety of plagioclase. It occurs in mafic igneous rock (igneous). It also occurs in granulite facies (Metamorphic facies) metamorphic rocks, in metamorphosed carbonate rocks and corundum deposits. Its type localities (Type locality (geology)) are Monte Somma and Valle di Fassa, Italy. It was first described in 1823. It is more rare in surficial rocks than it normally would be due to its high weathering potential in the Goldich dissolution series. Early life Elcano was born to Domingo Sebastián Elcano I and Catalina del Puerto. He had three brothers: Domingo Elcano II, a Christian priest (Priest#Roman Catholic and Orthodox), Martín Pérez Elcano, and Antón Martín Elcano. He fought in the war


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