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Czechoslovakia

was born as '''Lucia Poppová''', in Záhorská Ves in Slovak State (later Czechoslovakia and today Slovakia). By the end of the 1980s, the Puhdys decided to disband. Their 1988 album ''Neue Helden'' (New Heroes), recorded with an orchestra, was intended to be their last; its faintly political lyrics were written by singer-songwriter Kurt Demmler under a pseudonym. The album's original cover, which pictured two babies wearing diapers (nappies) in the flags of the Soviet Union


Lebanon

asia-pacific 5244616.stm accessdate 12 August 2006 date 4 August 2006 She became a naturalized citizen of Lebanon in 2009 and represented that nation in the FIBA Asia Championship for Women. Cover The original cover designed for the album was changed after Lebanon's (Lebanon) withdrawal from the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 after announcing they would show advertisements over the Israeli entry. Had they entered, they would have been on track 4, disc 2 with the song "Quand tout s'enfuit" by Aline Lahoud. '''Dialects of the French language''' are spoken in France and around the world. The francophones of France generally use Metropolitan (Metropolitan France) French (spoken in Paris (Paris, France) and considered standard (standard language)) although some also use regional dialects or varieties (Variety (linguistics)) such as Meridional French. In Europe outside of France there are Belgian French, Swiss French, and in Italy Aostan French. In Canada, French is an official language along with English; the two main dialects of French in Canada are Quebec French and Acadian French, but also another dialect commonly grouped as Canadian French, used by Anglophones speaking French as a second language or by Francophones in Canada using a different dialect. In Lebanon, French was an official language until 1941 and the main dialect spoken there is Lebanese French or Levantine French. Note that the discussion here refers to varieties of the French language, not to the Romance sister languages (sometimes considered dialects) of French spoken in France (e.g. Picard (Picard language), Limousin (Limousin language), Gascon (Gascon language), etc.; for these languages see: Langues d'oïl, Francoprovençal, Langues d'oc and languages of France). See also French-based creole languages, which are also considered separate languages. In 1989, Tjeknavarian was appointed Principal Conductor and Artistic Director of the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra (APO). During his eleven years collaboration with the APO, his recordings for ORF (the Austrian radio and television station) and ASV (an English recording company) achieved worldwide recognition, they frequently toured Europe, the United States, Canada, Iran and Lebanon. In three successive years, from 1991 to 1993, the APO was the resident orchestra in the ORF benefit program "Licht ins Dunkel" ("Light into the Darkness") in Vienna. However, in 2000, Tjeknavarian resigned from this position in order to be able to devote more time to composing and conducting other orchestras. History The school was founded in 1886 as The Cambridge School for Girls in at 20 Mason Street in Cambridge (Cambridge, Massachusetts), Massachusetts by Arthur and Stella Gilman, who had previously helped found Radcliffe College, as a preparatory school for Radcliffe. In 1918 The Cambridge School for Girls merged with the Boston (Boston, Massachusetts)-based Haskell School (Haskell School (Boston, Massachusetts)), and was renamed The Cambridge-Haskell School. Lebanese (Lebanon)-born poet Kahlil Gibran, an intimate friend of headmistress Mary Haskell, designed a ring for her students depicting a flower growing in an open hand. The Cambridge School of Weston- About CSW- History- 1886-1918 Early life He was born in Hasbaya, Lebanon. In 1948, he graduated from the French University of Beirut. In 1952, he earned a doctorate in law from the University of Paris, and continued his education at the university's ''Institut des hautes études internationales (:fr: Institut des hautes études internationales)''. Furthermore, he graduated from the Hague Academy of International Law, and was elected as President of the Association of Attendees and Alumni of the Hague Academy of International Law in 1952. The '''Free Patriotic Movement''' (FPM) (Arabic (Arabic language): التيار الوطني الحر, ''Al-Tayyar Al-Watani Al-Hur''), also known as the "Aounist Movement" (Arabic: التيار العوني, ''Tayyar Al-Aouni''), is a Lebanese (Lebanon) political party (List of political parties in Lebanon), led by Michel Aoun and allied with Hezbollah, The movement was officially declared a political party on September 18, 2005


Venezuela

sometimes been treated as a subspecies of the latter species. Cover Art The original cover, of which only approximately 25,000 were produced in Venezuela, depicted the band's mascot, Eddie (Eddie the Head), holding the decapitated (decapitation) head of singer Paul Di'Anno.


Northern Ireland

*November 29 - Bord na gCon is to be set up under the Greyhound Industry Bill published today. *3 January - Fintan Cullen, art historian and writer. *10 January - Bairbre de Brún, Sinn Féin MEP (Member of the European Parliament) and first Sinn Féin politician to represent Northern Ireland in the European Parliament. *15 April - Michael Willis, First And Only Official IRA Member To Escape From The Crumlin Road Prison *April 11 - Minister for Health


Berlin

the vanity of both rulers. The waltz was first performed in Berlin on 21 October 1889. The original cover of the piano edition bore the illustration of the Austrian (Habsburg) Imperial Crown. Born in Berlin, Germany, he was a Jewish orphan living in Nazi Germany adopted by Alan Coatsworth, a Toronto fire-insurance broker. After earning his master's degree in Arabic at the University of Toronto, he joined the diplomatic and foreign affairs department. Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


Soviet Union

, the band's albums were released in West Germany in 1977. By the end of the 1980s, the Puhdys decided to disband. Their 1988 album ''Neue Helden'' (New Heroes), recorded with an orchestra, was intended to be their last; its faintly political lyrics were written by singer-songwriter Kurt Demmler under a pseudonym. The album's original cover, which pictured two babies wearing diapers (nappies) in the flags of the Soviet Union and United States, was banned in the GDR; legend has


Italy

: the new "independent" Track Records, which produced the original cover with a picture by Bruce Fleming; the independent Barclay Records in France, which produced a completely different cover featuring a photo of Hendrix performing on a recent French TV show, surrounded by "psychedelic" painted, swirling graphics; and Track parent Polydor Records in Germany, Italy and Spain. In Germany, Polydor used the original Track Records cover but added "Jimi Hendrix" in similar lime green text above the white ''Are You Experienced'' logos on the front; in Italy this added text was red, while in Spain it was yellow. These Polydor releases featured "fake" stereo (Stereophonic sound#Pseudo-stereo), processed from mono. The back cover had a track list added. History The airline was founded on 24 October 1994 by the government of Montenegro (then a part of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia), and the first aircraft, a Fokker 28 Mk4000 (Fokker F28) (nicknamed "Lovćen"), was purchased in the autumn of 1996; the first flight was made on 7 May 1997, at exactly 22:30 between Podgorica and Bari, Italy. Another Fokker 28 Mk4000 (Fokker F28) was purchased in July of 1998. To date,


Japan

accessdate 2010-06-23 The front cover of the album featured the Poison logo and album title as a tattoo on Rikki Rockett's arm. The cover was originally planned to have a slightly different version of the tattoo cover that featured the tattoo after being freshly inked. This showed the skin as red and inflamed with dripping ink or blood. This cover was pulled though and instead a cleaned up tattoo was shown. The original cover was released for the initial pressing in Japan


United States

and Dangerous '' which featured some liner notes, but excluded any new mixes and bonus tracks and the original cover, which was replaced by a censored version. '''''Among the Living''''' is the third studio album by American (United States) heavy metal (heavy metal music) band Anthrax (Anthrax (band)). The album was released in March 1987 by Megaforce Worldwide (Megaforce Records) Island (Island Records) and is certified gold (RIAA certification) by the RIAA. ref name "

album title and cover art, although some configurations of Three Dog Night's first "greatest hits" album, 1971's ''Golden Bisquits'', would later be packaged using ''It Ain't Easy'''s original cover photo. His ''The Secret of Hegel'' (1865) gave great impetus to the study and understanding of the Hegelian philosophy both in Britain (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) and in the United States, and was also accepted as a work of authority in Germany

who lives in the United States and lectures extensively for Gateways (Gateways (organization)), a Jewish outreach organisation. Jewish Inspiration with Rabbi Rietti From the same album, they returned to the charts with another original cover combination, "Puss N' Boots (Puss N' Boots These Boots Are Made for Walkin')". The track included samples of Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song" and Nancy


Germany

(with Impaled Nazarene), Sattler re-formed God Dethroned with guitarist Jens van der Valk, bassist Beef, and drummer Roel Sanders. With this lineup a deal was signed with Metal Blade, and they issued ''The Grand Grimoire'' in Europe in 1997; the album was released in the U.S. the following year, along with a re-issue of ''The Christhunt'', which featured the original cover art, with the dissected rat. thumb right 250px Amphicar gearbox (File:Amphicar gearbox.JPG) The '''Amphicar''' is an amphibious automobile (Amphibious vehicle#Cars), the first such vehicle mass-produced for sale to the public starting in 1961. The German (Germany) vehicle was designed by Hanns Trippel and manufactured by the Quandt Group (Harald Quandt#Post-war activities) at Lübeck and at Berlin-Borsigwalde. Its name is a portmanteau of "amphibious" and "car". The Amphicar was designed to be marketed and sold in the USA. Compared to most boats or cars, its performance was modest, and only 4000 were produced by 1965. Nevertheless, it is still among the most successful amphibious civilian autos of all time, and still often prized and preserved as novelty collectible automobiles today. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


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