Georgetown, Guyana

to reach the docks at Georgetown (Georgetown, Guyana) and New Amsterdam (New Amsterdam, Guyana). Playing career Born in Swetes, Antigua, he played for the Leeward Islands. He came to England in 1986 on a Viv Richards scholarship and played for Chester Boughton Hall (Chester Boughton Hall Cricket Club) in the Liverpool and District Cricket Competition taking 84 wickets in 362.1 overs at an average of 9.80. After playing for Littleborough Cricket Club Littleborough

''' 118 28 Georgetown, Guyana Bourda 2005 Drawn - He played for Enfield in the Lancashire Leagues in 1951 to 1954, and moved to Georgetown, Guyana Georgetown

in Guyana (then British Guiana) in 1954, to be the cricket coach for the British Guiana Sugar Producers' Association. He also played first-class cricket for British Guiana, and by 1956 he was captaining the side. In retirement, he returned to Barbados in 1970. Born in Georgetown (Georgetown, Guyana), Guyana, Allen emigrated to Canada, first to Brampton (Brampton, Ontario) where he attended Turner Fenton Secondary School, and then to Malton (Malton, Ontario) where he went


Verdun, Quebec

) Nirvana played a concert at the auditorium on their final North American tour. Expansive parks (L'Honorable-George-O'Reilly, Mgr-J-A-Richard, and Arthur-Therrien) with bike paths line the banks of the St. Lawrence River, making Verdun one of the few parts of the Island of Montreal to open onto the whole length of its waterfront, a legacy of the flooding that once impeded settlement. The waterfront also features the Verdun Natatorium, public-access docks and a marina, an open-air dancing shell

(Neighbours). *1980- Sorel (Sorel-Tracy) Verdun (Verdun, Quebec) Éperviers became Sorel Éperviers. *1981- Divisions cease to exist, Cornwall (Cornwall, Ontario) moved to the OHL (Ontario Hockey League), Sorel (Sorel-Tracy) Éperviers moved to Granby (Granby, Quebec) and became the Bisons. *1982- Lebel and Dilio Divisions reintroduced. Shawinigan, Chicoutimi, Trois-Rivières, Quebec, and Drummondville played in the Dilio, while Laval, Verdun, Longueuil, Saint-Jean, Hull, and Granby

played in the Lebel. Sherbrooke Castors moved to Saint-Jean (Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu). Montreal Juniors moved to Verdun (Verdun, Quebec). Drummondville Voltigeurs (Infantrymen) granted a franchise, Longueuil Chevaliers (Cavaliers) granted a franchise. *1984- Plattsburgh (Plattsburgh, New York) Pioneers granted a franchise, but fold three months into the schedule after playing 17 games. They played in the Lebel Division, Granby is moved to the Dilio. Verdun Juniors become


Espanola, Ontario

was officially incorporated as a town on March 1, 1958. The 1969 CBC Television series ''Adventures in Rainbow Country'' was filmed near Espanola, near the small First Nations community of Birch Island (Birch Island, Ontario) and at Whitefish Falls. The series starred Lois Maxwell, the actress who played "Miss Moneypenny" in Bond (James Bond) films such as ''Dr. No (Dr. No (film))'' and ''Goldfinger (Goldfinger (film))''. Canadian-born, she was a long-time resident

of the town. In 2001, a group of volunteers staged a fundraiser for the local hospital by attempting to set a world record for the world's longest ice hockey game. They were successful, playing for over three days straight. The record was broken in April 2004 in nearby Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), where the teams played for six hours longer. Currently, the record holders are team Hope and team Cure from Sherwood Park near Edmonton, Alberta. http

: www.worldslongestgame.com Default.aspx?tabid 33 who have played for 10 days straight. Demographics Population trend: Statistics Canada: 1996 (Canada 1996 Census), 2001 (Canada 2001 Census), 2006 (Canada 2006 Census), 2011 (Canada 2011 Census) census * Population in 2011: 5364 (2006 to 2011 population change: 0.9%) * Population in 2006: 5314 * Population in 2001: 5449 * Population in 1996: 5454 * Population in 1991: 5527 Public services Espanola's three primary


Zenica

September 1967 in Zenica) is a Bosnian (Bosnia and Herzegovina) football (Association football) player who played in Germany (Fußball-Bundesliga) for most of his career. He played for FC Energie Cottbus from 2000 until 2002. During that time he became a Bosnia-Herzegovina international (Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team), earning 18 caps in which he scored one goal.

in the central Bosnian (Bosnia and Herzegovina) city of Zenica, to Bosniak (Bosniaks) parents. Tanović was raised in Sarajevo where he also received his primary and secondary education. He also attended the University of Sarajevo Music Conservatory, where he played the piano. DATE OF BIRTH 20 February 1969 PLACE OF BIRTH Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina DATE OF DEATH East Bosnian Also called ''jekavian-šćakavian'', it is a base

1996 to September 2006, Bosnia were undefeated at home in Zenica. During 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifiers (2010 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA Group 5), Bosnia and Herzegovina national team played all their First round (2010 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA Group 5) home matches at this stadium, losing only once, to current European (UEFA Euro 2008) and soon to be World Champion (2010 FIFA World Cup); Spain (Spain national football team). A larger Asim Ferhatović Hase


Mymensingh

During the British Raj most of the inhabitants of the town were Hindus. From the early 20th century Muslims moved into town. Since then this city has played an important role as a center for secularism. The Vidyamoyee Uccha Balika Bidyalaya (Vidyamoyee Govt. Girls High School) and Muminunnesa Women's College have

played a great role in educating Bengali Muslim (Bengali Muslims) women. A majority of first-generation successful Bangladeshi women have attended these schools and colleges, including the first woman justice of the High Court of Bangladesh, Justice Nazmun Ara Sultana. However, many Hindu

town in the 1930s. Later it was converted into a cinema named Aloka. The Town Hall became the sole venue for staging a play or drama. ''Bahubrihi'' is one of the drama circles that has played a key role in sustaining the drama movement in Mymensigh since the 1970s. Singing was part of daily life for most people since the 19th century. Mithun Dey and Sunil Dhar were two popular music teachers since the 1960s. Sunil Dhar established a music school at Atharo


Scottish Arts Council

. He consistently played an active part in the musical life of the UK, holding executive and advisory positions in such organisations as the Scottish Arts Council, The New Music Group of Scotland, The Society for the Promotion of New Music, The Composers' Guild of Great Britain (Chairman 1986-89) now the British Association of Composers and Songwriters, and The Scottish Society of Composers (of which he was a founder member). In recognition of his artistic achievements, Smith

ensemble from 2003 to 2011. His roles included Horatio to Toby Stephens' "Hamlet" in 2004, and Feste in "Twelfth Night" in 2005. Both productions were directed by RSC Artistic Director Michael Boyd. He also played Porter

in Dominic Cooke's "Macbeth" and Dromio of Ephesus in Nancy Meckler's "Comedy of Errors". He played Judas in "Pilate Project" He performed in Boyd's critically acclaimed Histories cycle from 2006-2008 in Stratford-Upon-Avon and The Roundhouse, Camden. His roles in the cycle included Bagot in ''Richard II (Richard II (play))'',


Granby, Quebec

to a QMJHL team, originally called the Granby Bisons but changed to the Granby Prédateurs in 1995. The team won the Memorial Cup in 1996. In 1997, the franchise relocated to Sydney, Nova Scotia and became the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles. Both teams played at Leonard Grondin Arena (Aréna Leonard Grondin). Transportation The public transit department of the town is Transport urbain Granby. Until 1956, it was the eastern terminus of the Montreal and Southern

-- they sold their licence to Autobus La Québécoise, who now provide the service. *1996- Saint-Hyacinthe (Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec) Laser moved to Rouyn-Noranda and became the Huskies. Moncton Alpines became Moncton Wildcats. *1997- Granby (Granby, Quebec) Prédateurs move to Cape Breton (Cape Breton Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia) and became the Screaming Eagles. They played in the Dilio. Shawinigan moved to the Lebel. The Beauport Harfangs moved to Quebec

City and became the Quebec Remparts. *1998- Baie-Comeau granted an expansion team called the Drakkar (Viking ship), and played in the Dilio. Laval (Laval, Quebec) Titan Collège-Français moved to Acadie-Bathurst (Bathurst, New Brunswick), and played in the Dilio. Quebec * Granby (Granby, Quebec) - ''La Voix de l'Est'' * Montreal - ''Le Devoir'', ''Le Journal de Montréal'', ''The Gazette (The Gazette (Montreal))'', '' La Presse (Canadian newspaper) La Presse


Frisco, Texas

the Dallas Burn), a Major League Soccer team, who formerly played at Dallas' Cotton Bowl (Cotton Bowl (stadium)), moved their home to Pizza Hut Park (now Toyota Stadium (Toyota Stadium (Texas))) at the corner of the Dallas North Tollway and Main Street in Frisco in August 2005. A major international youth soccer tournament, the Dallas Cup, is hosted in Frisco each year and draws teams from around the world. NCAA The Southland Conference, an NCAA Division I athletics

organization, relocated its headquarters to Frisco in 2006. On February 26, 2010, it was announced that Pizza Hut Park (now called Toyota Stadium) in Frisco would become the host of the Football Championship Subdivision (formerly NCAA Division 1-AA) championship game, formerly held in Chattanooga, Tennessee and Huntington, West Virginia. The first matchup, hosted by the Southland Conference, was played January 7, 2011.

: fc.dallas.mlsnet.com t104 about About . Although FC Dallas has not yet won a MLS Cup, they won the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup in 1997. Retrieved on October 20, 2006. The college Cotton Bowl Classic football game was played at the stadium through its 2009 game (2009 Cotton Bowl Classic), but has moved to the new Cowboys Stadium in Arlington. The Dallas Sidekicks, a former team of the Major Indoor Soccer League (1978–1992) Major Indoor


Örnsköldsvik

, including Peter Forsberg, Markus Näslund, Niklas Sundström, Victor Hedman, Tobias Enström, and the twins Daniel (Daniel Sedin) and Henrik Sedin. The Sedin twins are currently top players for the Vancouver Canucks. Many stars from hockey's previous generation, including Anders Hedberg, Thomas Gradin, and Anders Kallur were also either Örnsköldsvik natives (Hedberg) and or played in the town for the Modo Hockey club. Malin Moström, former captain

, Sweden - birth_date birth_place Örnsköldsvik, Sweden career_start 1989 1989–1994 Forsberg debuted in 1989 with the junior squad of Modo Hockey, the club of his hometown Örnsköldsvik. During the course of the season, he debuted with the senior team that played in the Elitserien, the highest-level professional ice hockey league in Sweden, and scored an assist in his only game. In 1990–91, he scored 102 points in 39

, Sweden. The club plays in Sweden's premier ice hockey league, the Elitserien. They were founded in 1921 and have won two Elitserien championships; in 1979 and 2007 (2006–07 Elitserien season). The team's home arena is the Fjällräven Center (previously known as ''Swedbank Arena'') since 2006. Before then, the team played at Kempehallen, beginning in 1964.


Adapazarı

. It was affiliated to İstanbul Technical University in 1982 as Sakarya Engineering Faculty in 1982. Finally, it left from İTÜ and became the Engineering Faculty of Sakarya University in 1992. Since there is a large student body of the university, the city of Sakarya is influenced by the university. Sports Adapazarı is home to Sakaryaspor. Sakaryaspor has won the Turkish Cup (Fortis Turkey Cup) once and has played in the Turkcell Super League for 11 seasons. They were promoted again

at a match against Samsunspor match in the Turkcell Super League in Adapazarı at the end of the 2003-04 season. The match was played in Adapazarı due to events at a previous match between Bursaspor and Çaykur Rizespor. Bursaspor were playing to avoid relegation. Bursaspor won 1–0 the but were relegated to Category A (Bank Asya First League) after rivals won. After the match, Bursaspor fans ripped out and threw seats at the Sakarya Atatürk Stadium ref name "clash after relegation

at the national level. 1984, he moved to Sakaryaspor in Adapazarı, Sakarya and turned professional (Football (soccer)). Then in 1988, Kocaman signed a contract with Fenerbahçe (Fenerbahçe S.K. (football)), where he played and contributed much to success of his club until he was transferred to İstanbulspor (İstanbulspor A.Ş.) in 1996.


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