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Joensuu

(Tarot album) Gravity of Light '' album, was performed for the first time by Marco, Tomi Salmela and the Kuopio choir during Kuorosota 2010; other songs performed included "The Phantom Of The Opera (The Phantom of the Opera (song))," which Hietala has covered with Nightwish as well. Nevalainen lives with his wife Satu, daughter Luna (born in 2003) and son Niki (born in December 19, 2005) in Joensuu, Finland. His second daughter Lara was born June 22, 2010. He is a vegetarian


Zhangzhou

, which are made of wood, the puppet's torso and limbs consist entirely of cloth costumes. At the time of the performance, a gloved hand enters the puppet's costume and makes it perform. In previous years the puppets used in this type of performance strongly resembled "cloth sacks," hence the name, which literally means "cloth bag opera." *On November 19, 1987, Liu Zhiyuan (刘志远), a squadron (Squadron (aviation)) commander of PLAAF 49th Division (military) division


Landgraviate of Hesse-Darmstadt

;ref ''Oxford Illustrated History of Opera'', ed. Parker, pp.31–32; ''A Short History of Opera'', chapter on "Early German Opera", pp.121–131; ''Viking Opera Guide'' articles on Schütz and Staden. History In the Middle Ages, Bischofsheim was ruled by the Archbishop of Mainz, but fell to Hesse-Darmstadt (Landgraviate of Hesse-Darmstadt) in 1579. In 1930 it was incorporated to the city of Mainz, remaining a constituent community of that city until 1945


Kuopio

;The Phantom of the Opera (The Phantom of the Opera (song))", and decided to focus on that genre of music. On April 1, 2010, it was said that Hietala would leave the band to concentrate on a choir career. This was identified as an April Fool's joke, but was also a reference to his participation in ''Kuorosota'' (the localized Finnish version of '' Clash

of the Opera (song) The Phantom Of The Opera ," which Hietala has covered with Nightwish as well. Personal life Hietala is married to his wife Manki and has two children, twin boys Antto and Miro. He and his family currently live in Kuopio, Finland. When he is not touring he enjoys reading books, playing video games and watching movies. He especially likes fantasy, horror and science fiction books as mentioned in the official Nightwish website. File:Old Östersund.png thumb left


Essaouira

; - In September 2006, the dub punk opera "Gaddafi: A Living Myth", with music by Asian Dub Foundation, opened at the London Coliseum (Coliseum Theatre). In Spring 2007, Asian Dub Foundation announced the release of a best of (greatest hits) compilation ''Timefreeze 1995-2007'' which includes a bonus disc of rare remixes and live tracks, featuring Chuck D, the lead rapper of American hip hop (Hip hop music) group, Public Enemy (Public Enemy (band)). The album also features a new track recorded with former vocalist Deeder Zaman. In May 2007 Asian Dub Foundation performed a radio session and interview on the Bobby (Bobby Friction) and Nihal (DJ Nihal) show on BBC Radio 1 where they performed three new tracks: "Climb On", "Superpower" and "S.O.C.A.". In June 2007, they were the only Western act to perform at the Festival of Gnawa music in Essaouira, Morocco playing to a crowd of 60,000 people and collaborating with traditional Gnawa musicians. WikiPedia:Essaouira Dmoz:Regional Africa Morocco Localities Essaouira Commons:Category:Essaouira


Bridgewater State University

Early years Corwin was born in Norwell, Massachusetts in 1967, where he attended Norwell High School ( Norwell High School (Massachusetts)), then went on to spend his freshman year of college at the Eastern Nazarene College, in Quincy, Massachusetts. Later he attended Bridgewater State University in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Animal Planet website: Biography of Jeff Corwin Jeff has bachelor of science degrees in biology and anthropology. He conducted his graduate studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, obtaining a master (Master's degree) of science in wildlife and fisheries (fishery) conservation (Habitat conservation) and doing work on bats and snakes. In 1999, Bridgewater awarded Corwin an honorary doctorate in public education. children alma_mater Bridgewater State College (Bridgewater State University) Boston University title1 Member of the Massachusetts Senate from the 1st Bristol and Plymouth District On February 18, 2009, WNAC launched an hour-long lifestyle and entertainment magazine-type program called ''The Rhode Show'' that aired weekday mornings at 8AM. A new secondary set for the show was built with a fully functional kitchen. The show was previously hosted by the weekday morning news anchor teams (Vince DeMentri & Elizabeth Hopkins from February 2009 - March 2010, Patrick Little & Elizabeth Hopkins from March 2010 - November 2010, and Patrick Little & Danielle North from November 2010 - December 2011). A third host for a period of one year was found annually through open audition in a contest titled ''The Rhode Show Search for a Star''. In 2008, Boston-area radio deejay Shawn Tempesta won the contest out of over 140 people. In 2009, Cranston (Cranston, Rhode Island) comedian Ben Hague beat out over 100 other hopefuls. Bridgewater State University graduate Michaela Johnson of East Providence (East Providence, Rhode Island) won the honor in 2010. During the week, ''The Rhode Show'' was streamed live on WNAC's website. The main channel re-aired the show weekday afternoons at 1PM with WNAC-DT2 (MyRITV) (WNAC-DT2) doing the same at 4PM. On February 18, 2009, WNAC launched an hour-long lifestyle and entertainment magazine-type program called ''The Rhode Show'' that aired weekday mornings at 8AM. A new secondary set for the show was built with a fully functional kitchen. The show was previously hosted by the weekday morning news anchor teams (Vince DeMentri & Elizabeth Hopkins from February 2009 - March 2010, Patrick Little & Elizabeth Hopkins from March 2010 - November 2010, and Patrick Little & Danielle North from November 2010 - December 2011). A third host for a period of one year was found annually through open audition in a contest titled ''The Rhode Show Search for a Star''. In 2008, Boston-area radio deejay Shawn Tempesta won the contest out of over 140 people. In 2009, Cranston (Cranston, Rhode Island) comedian Ben Hague beat out over 100 other hopefuls. Bridgewater State University graduate Michaela Johnson of East Providence (East Providence, Rhode Island) won the honor in 2010. During the week, ''The Rhode Show'' was streamed live on WNAC's website. The main channel re-aired the show weekday afternoons at 1PM with WNAC-DT2 (MyRITV) (WNAC-DT2) doing the same at 4PM. group2 Four-year and above list2 Bridgewater State University • Fitchburg State University • Framingham State University • Massachusetts College of Art and Design • Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts • Massachusetts Maritime Academy • Salem State University • University of Massachusetts Amherst • University of Massachusetts Boston • University of Massachusetts Dartmouth • University of Massachusetts Lowell • University of Massachusetts Medical School • Westfield State University • Worcester State University - Bridgewater State University Bears Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Massachusetts) Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference -


Štip

A Bulgarian coach company (Chavdar (company)) carries the name of this character. Chavdar was born in south Macedonia (Macedonia (region)) and headed a band of 300 people. He was initially active in the Štip and Kozjak (Kozjak (Kumanovo)) regions, but subsequently moved to the region of Sofia. According to the legend, he was captured by the pasha of Sofia by trickery, but rescued by his nephew and standard-bearer Lalush Voyvoda who devastated the pasha's estates. It is thought that Chavdar may have been one of the hajduks who assaulted Sofia in February 1595. All domestic lines are operated by Macedonian Railways, with links from Skopje to Tetovo, Gostivar and Kicevo in the west, to Volkovo in the northwest, to Kumanovo and Tabanovci in the north, to Sveti Nikole, Štip, and Kocani in the east, to Veles (Veles (city)), Negotino and Gevgelija in the south - southeast and to Bogomila, Prilep and Bitola in the southwest. History Scouting activities in Macedonia began in 1921 under the Kingdom of Yugoslavia with the formation of groups known as ''stegs'' in the cities of Skopje, Kumanovo, Štip, Strumica, Bitola, and Struga. As part of Yugoslavia, Macedonia was a founding member of the World Organization of the Scout Movement from 1922 to 1948. In this period, summer camps, courses and other Scouting events were held. Until 1941, Macedonian youth was organized in Scouts and Falcons (Sokól (Sokol), a Slavic youth movement founded in Prague in 1862). Following this public exposure, he was awarded for his strong vocal capabilities. This led to his rise to fame when he participated in the music festival Makfest in Štip with the song "Pusti Me" ("Let Me Go") in 1997. His fanbase quickly grew and he continued to make use of festivals, such as SkopjeFest and OhridFest, as a platform for promotion and publicity. Proeski collaborated with one of Macedonia’s acclaimed lyricists and composers, Grigor Koprov, to produce some of the greatest hits of his career such as "Usni na Usni" ("Lips over Lips") and "Sonce vo Tvoite Rusi Kosi" ("Sun in Your Golden Hair"). In 1999, he released his debut album, ''Nekade vo Nokta'' (''Somewhere


Lahti

in July 2006, this time as the main act; she sang alongside Finnish tenor Raimo Sirkiä, supported by the Kuopio Symphonic Orchestra. Turunen performed classical arias like "O mio babbino caro" by Puccini (Giacomo Puccini), "Libiamo ne' lieti calici" by Verdi (Giuseppe Verdi) and some songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber—"Don't Cry for Me Argentina" and "Phantom of the Opera"—among other songs.


Manaus

fell into poverty. The rubber boom had brought electricity to the city before it arrived in many European cities, but the end of the rubber boom made the generators too expensive to run, and the city lost artificial lighting for years. Lamb, "A night at the opera." The declaration of a duty-free zone in Manaus added to the economic prosperity of the city.


Valletta

architectural scene is the Theatre of the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden. The previous theatre (built by Robert Smirke (Robert Smirke (architect)) in 1809) was destroyed in a fire in 1857. Edward Barry was commissioned to design the new "Royal Italian Opera" as it was then known, completing it for its official opening on 15 May 1858. He also designed the adjacent Floral Hall, a stunning glass and cast iron structure, heavily influenced by the Crystal Palace used in the Great Exhibition of 1851. The Covent Garden work was hugely influential in Barry’s appointment to design the Royal Opera House (Royal Opera House, Valletta) in Valletta, Malta (1866), bombed by the Luftwaffe during the Second World War. Barry often favoured a very classical style. parts_style para p1 Valletta, Ħamrun, Pietà (Pietà, Malta), Marsa (Marsa (city)) leader_party Independent '''Floriana''' (known as 'Il-Furjana') is a town in the Grand Harbour area of Malta, just outside the capital city Valletta. It had a population of 2,335 as of March 2011. commons:Category:Valletta WikiPedia:Valletta Dmoz:Regional Europe Malta Malta Valletta


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