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Jhelum

are the Punjabi people, followed by the Pathan (Pashtun people) from the Attock District of Punjab (Punjab (Pakistan)) and from the districts of Nowshera (Nowshera, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa), Peshwar and Ghazi (Ghazi, NWFP) in province of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. In the London Borough of Waltham Forest there are substantial numbers of people originating from Jhelum, Punjab (Punjab (Pakistan)). Alison Shaw ''(2000)''. ''Kinship and continuity: Pakistani families in Britain


Fort McMurray

of Canada and the world. Albertans make up almost half the number of migrants to Fort McMurray, followed by 17% of people originating from the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.


Fuzhou

with the city of Taipei, Taiwan. Currently, the expressway is complete from Beijing to Fuzhou, Fujian, except for a small section in Fujian which is under construction. What is noteworthy in Singapore is that "Hokkiens" do not refer to all the people originating from all parts of the Fujian province. It was only used to specifically refer to Min-nan people (闽南人) (i.e. people of southern Fujian province) who speak the Min-nan dialects (闽南语), otherwise also


Blackpool

The town went into decline when cheap air travel arrived in the 1960s and the same workers decamped to the Mediterranean coastal resorts due to competitive prices and the more reliable weather. Alan Cowell,


Tripoli

, Libya WikiPedia:Tripoli Commons:Category:Tripoli


Moldova

, and the Balkans: Moldova, Bulgaria, Romania, and former Yugoslavia. A small number of Turkic people also live in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. Small numbers inhabit eastern Poland and the south-eastern part of Finland. Finnish Tatars There are also considerable populations of Turkic people (originating mostly from Turkey) in Germany, United States, and Australia, largely because of migrations during the 20th


Kyrgyzstan

considerable populations of Turkic people (originating mostly from Turkey) in Germany, United States, and Australia, largely because of migrations during the 20th century. At present, there are six independent Turkic countries: Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Turkey, Uzbekistan; There are also several Turkic national subdivisions Across Central Asia


Faroe Islands

. The Grey Seal (Gray Seal) (''Halichoerus grypus'') now breeds on Hirta but did not do so before the 1930 evacuation. Fraser Darling, F. and Boyd, J.M. (1969) ''Natural History in the Highlands and Islands.'' London. Bloomsbury. The meaning of Norseman was "people from the North" and was applied primarily to Nordic people originating from southern and central Scandinavia. They established


Turkmenistan

, Romania, and former Yugoslavia. A small number of Turkic people also live in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. Small numbers inhabit eastern Poland and the south-eastern part of Finland. Finnish Tatars There are also considerable populations of Turkic people (originating mostly from Turkey) in Germany, United States, and Australia, largely because of migrations during the 20th century. At present, there are six independent Turkic


Jamaica

When Christopher Columbus

''' includes immigrants from a wide range of countries who are resident in the United Kingdom. In the period January 2010 to December 2010, there were 19 foreign-born groups that consisted of at least 100,000 individuals residing in the UK (people originating from Australia, Bangladesh, China (People's Republic of China), France, Germany, India, Italy, Jamaica, Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, Republic of Ireland, Somalia

and sovereign nation. Jamaica exports coffee, papaya, bauxite, gypsum, limestone and sugar cane. Its motto and nickname for the country is called "Out of Many, One People". History The Arawak and Taino indigenous people originating from South America settled on the island between 4000 and 1000 BC. Christopher Columbus claimed Jamaica for Spain after landing there in 1494. Columbus' probable landing point was Dry Harbour, now called Discovery Bay. St. Ann's Bay was the "Saint


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