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Green Bay, Wisconsin

and another surrounding Milwaukee. The team's radio flagship station (WTMJ (AM)) is in Milwaukee, and the Packers played part of their home schedule in Milwaukee from 1953 through 1994. However, this policy has never been implemented in the Packers' case, as they have sold out every home game in Green Bay since 1960 and have a decades-long season-ticket waiting list (NFL season ticket waiting lists) (games in Milwaukee also sold out during this period). The second exception


Toledo, Ohio

, in Toledo (Toledo, Ohio) in 1939, and in Indianapolis (Indianapolis, Indiana) in early 1940, where the team folded. He also briefly played in 1940 for the Newark Eagles before signing with the Mexican League (Liga Mexicana de Beisbol), where he played in 1940–41 and 1946–47. In 1942 he returned to the Negro leagues, playing for the Philadelphia Stars (Philadelphia Stars (baseball)) and hitting .360. He spent 1943–45 in the military service. He played part of the 1946 season with Philadelphia and returned to play with them again in 1949-50. In 1948, he played in the independent Canadian Provincial League. Johnson, p. 69. State Route 15 is an expressway for its southeasternmost 19 miles: 2 miles as a concurrency with Interstate 75 (Interstate 75 (Ohio)), 3 miles as a concurrency with U.S. Route 68 (U.S. Route 68 (Ohio)), and the final 14 miles as a stand-alone freeway until its junction with U.S. Route 23 (U.S. Route 23 (Ohio)). The final 17 miles are part of a heavily traveled corridor providing the most direct route between Detroit, Toledo (Toledo, Ohio), Findlay (Findlay, Ohio), Marion (Marion, Ohio) and Columbus (Columbus, Ohio). Galbraith was born in Toledo, Ohio. He graduated from Ottawa Hills High School in 1946 and was a graduate of Yale University (class of 1950, member of Skull and Bones Alexandra Robbins, ''Secrets of the Tomb: Skull and Bones, the Ivy League, and the Hidden Paths of Power'', Little, Brown and Company, 2002, page 181, 187 David W. Dunlap, "Yale Society Resists Peeks Into Its Crypt" ''New York Times'', November 4, 1988. Link retrieved 9 30 09. No mention of Galbraith in article. ) and Harvard Law School. Galbraith served on active duty in the Navy (United States Navy) from 1953 to 1957, attached to the Central Intelligence Agency. From 1960 to 1961, he was the confidential assistant to the Secretary of Commerce under Dwight Eisenhower. He was a close personal friend and Yale classmate of William F. Buckley, Jr. who died one month after Galbraith. He opened the Libbey Glass Co in Toledo, Ohio, in 1888, sponsoring a demonstration plant at the Chicago exposition of 1893. His success depended heavily on the inventions of Michael Joseph Owens. In 1903, Libbey founded the Owens Bottle Machine Company (later Owens-Illinois), and, in 1916, the Libbey-Owens Sheet Glass Company, serving as president of both firms. '''WMNT-CA''' channel 48 is a Low-power broadcasting TV station in Toledo, Ohio, and carries MyNetworkTV for that market. The station is a Class-A operation. While the station broadcasts on channel 48, it is seen on Toledo's Buckeye CableSystem on channel 58, hence its moniker "My 58". The Spanish citizens worked aboard U.S. ships between 1950 and 1998, and claim that they were exposed to asbestos dust and fibers from piping insulation produced by Owens-Illinois. The piping insulation was originally manufactured in Sayreville (w:Sayreville, New Jersey), Middlesex County (w:Middlesex County, New Jersey), and Berlin (w:Berlin, New Jersey), Camden County (w:Camden County, New Jersey), New Jersey. The workers say they suffer from diseases related to asbestos such as asbestosis (w:Asbestosis). Owens-Illinois has headquarters in Toledo, Ohio (w:Toledo, Ohio) and is a Delaware corporation (w:Delaware corporation).


Milwaukee

, then being planned, was always intended to be a baseball-only stadium instead of a multipurpose stadium. The Packers played part of their home slate in Milwaukee starting in 1933, including two to three home games each year in Milwaukee's County Stadium (Milwaukee County Stadium) from 1953 to 1994. The Packers worked to capture their growing fan base in Milwaukee and the larger crowds. By the 1960s, threat of an American Football League franchise in Milwaukee prompted the Packers to stay, including scheduling a Western Conference Playoff (NFL playoffs, 1967#Conference championships) in 1967. Since County Stadium was primarily a baseball stadium, the field could barely fit a football field, and the end zones extended onto the warning track. By 1994, improvements and seating expansions at Lambeau prompted the Packers to leave County Stadium after 62 years in Milwaukee, and again be based solely in Green Bay. In 1980, an article in the August issue of ''Psychology Today'' (with commentary by Philip Zimbardo) used the term “hacker” in its title: "The Hacker Papers". It was an excerpt from a Stanford Bulletin Board discussion on the addictive nature of computer use. In the 1982 film ''Tron'', Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges) describes his intentions to break into ENCOM's computer system, saying "I've been doing a little hacking here". CLU is the software he uses for this. By 1983, hacking in the sense of breaking computer security had already been in use as computer jargon, See the 1981 version of the ''Jargon File'', entry "hacker", last meaning. but there was no public awareness about such activities. WikiPedia:Milwaukee Dmoz:Regional North America United States Wisconsin Localities M Milwaukee commons:Milwaukee, Wisconsin


Dominican Republic

70s. Cabrera's changeup is improving, though in WikiPedia:Dominican Republic Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Dominican Republic commons:República Dominicana


Italy

; and elected to the RACS Members' Council in 1968. ''Sid French: Reminiscences'' -- NCPB, London 1988. At Brøndby, Laudrup scored two goals in the club's 1st Division debut game, as fellow promoted team Boldklubben 1909 were beaten 7–1. Laudrup scored 15 league goals in 1982, and ended the season as the third top goal scorer of the 1st Division. His accomplishments earned him the 1982 Danish Player of the Year award. He played part of the 1983 season for Brøndby, and scored 9 goals, before he was sold to defending Serie A champions Juventus (Juventus F.C.) from Italy in June 1983. It was the biggest transfer deal in Danish football at the time, worth around $1 million. He was due to sign for Liverpool the same year on a 3 year contract, but Liverpool at the last minute changed the contract to 4 years and Michael decided not to join. Kvist (2001), p. 36 thumb View taken from the Grotto, of the lake in Autumn colours. (Image:S7300180.JPG)thumb Stourhead's lake and foliage as seen from a high hill vantage point. (Image:Stourhead Garden View from Above.JPG) The gardens were designed by Henry Hoare II (Henry Hoare) and laid out between 1741 and 1780 in a classical 18th-century design set around a large lake, achieved by damming a small stream. The inspiration behind their creation were the painters Claude Lorrain, Poussin and, in particular, Gaspar Dughet, who painted Utopian-type views of Italian (Italy) landscapes. It is similar in style to the landscape gardens at Stowe (Stowe House). thumb 220px View of the Duomo. (File:Urbino-duomo01.jpg) '''Urbino'''


Norway

service in the Norwegian Army, Commons:Category:Norway Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Wikipedia:Norway


Canada

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Russia

through Hungary, Wallachia, Russia and Turkey; then, in 1854, he followed the Austrian army across the Wallachian frontier. In 1856 he went to Egypt and Syria, and in 1861 to Algiers. In 1862 he settled in Paris, but returned to Germany in 1870; and settled at Cronberg near Frankfurt, where he died. Husula has played part of Finnish history. In the 18th century when Sweden and Russia were at war, Swedish King (King of Sweden) Gustav III of Sweden


India

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United States

baseball outfielder. He has played part of one season in Major League Baseball for the Baltimore Orioles in 2004, and currently plays in the Texas Rangers (Texas Rangers (baseball)) organization. As a doctor, Grinspoon was the first American (United States) physician to prescribe lithium carbonate for bipolar disorder. Grinspoon is widely known as the author or co-author of several cannabis (Cannabis (drug)) psychedelic (Psychedelic drug)-related books

charting versions in 1934 (1934 in music) were by Hal Kemp (#3 on the US (United States) charts) and Isham Jones (#16). A version by Dinah Washington reached #88 on the chart in 1962 (1962 in music). A version by Nat King Cole is also well known. '''James Jordan Vermilyea''' (born February 10, 1982 in Tucson, Arizona) is an American (United States) professional baseball pitcher. He played part of the 2007 season in Major League Baseball for the Toronto


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