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Oruro, Bolivia

. Career In her early teens she moved to Oruro (Oruro, Bolivia), and started expressing herself through her songs. Once she went to a radio station and sang the national anthem of Bolivia, the only song in Spanish that she knew. Later on she was selected as the lead singer by a musical band that participated in a contest in Cochabamba. The popular songs she sang in this occasion were designed to meet the demands of the vast popular segments of the population, mostly descendants


Ipanema

, but the most famous are the ones in Copacabana (Copacabana (Rio de Janeiro)), Ipanema, Leblon, Lagoa (Lagoa, Rio de Janeiro), Jardim Botânico (Jardim Botânico, Rio de Janeiro), and in downtown Rio. Organizers often compose their own music themes that are added to the performance and singing of classic "marchinhas" and samba popular songs. "Cordão do bola preta" ("Polka Dot Bloco"), that goes through the heart of Rio's historical center, and "


Pendle

day, the station operates in the same manner as many popular day time radio stations; it broadcasts a short playlist of the most popular songs of the week. * Pamber Forest, Hampshire * Forest of Pendle, Lancashire * Pickering (Pickering, North Yorkshire) Forest, North Yorkshire '''Trawden''' is a medium sized village in Trawden Forest parish of Pendle, Lancashire, England, situated at the foot of Boulsworth Hill. Agriculture was the main industry


First Czechoslovak Republic

. The music that accompanied the movement (tramp music) was a blend of Czech folklore, early jazz and other "syncopated music (syncopation)", such as barbershop (barbershop music), harmony singing, and popular songs from the U.S., France, and elsewhere. Czech tramping enthusiasts quickly incorporated the sounds and "style" of Bluegrass when they first heard this music in the late 1940s. footnotes '''Semily''' ( ) is a town in the Semily District, Liberec Region, of northern Bohemia in the Czech Republic. It has about 9,000 inhabitants. One important landmark is the St Peter and Paul Church, from the beginning of the previous century. The town has two notable museums: the Museum and Regional Gallery and the newly opened Museum of Raspers. The important politician Fratišek Ladislav Rieger was born in Semily in 1818. Also born here was Ivan Olbracht, a popular Czech writer during the time of the First Czechoslovak Republic. Jizara River and its left-hand tributary the Oleska River flows through Semily . Background The so-called Sudetenland was a region comprising border areas of Bohemia with mostly German speaking inhabitants, named after the Sudeten (Sudeten mountains) Mountains. Following World War I the treaty of St. Germain incorporated the area together with the rest of Bohemia into the Czechoslovak Republic (First Czechoslovak Republic). This had caused deep resentment among many Sudeten Germans who wanted to be, together with the new republic of German Austria, united with Germany. Throughout the 1930s, economic troubles and unemployment drove many to the pro-German stance of Konrad Henlein and his cohorts, who founded the Sudeten German Party. In the summer of 1938, Hitler voiced support for the demands of the German population of the Sudetenland to be incorporated into the Reich. This grew to outright demand from Hitler to annex the area, and threatened war against the advice of his Generals who were sure Germany was not ready to stand up in a new widespread European conflict. Czechoslovakia mobilized, realizing that most of their fortifications and their natural barriers were on their borders and losing these would leave them defenceless. It was under these circumstances that the Munich Conference was held. After the setting-up of the independent Czechoslovak Republic (First Czechoslovak Republic), mainly in the 20s and 30s, the importance of the Luhačovice spa increased together with an increasing number of inhabitants, which was also formally expressed by giving to Luhačovice the statute of the municipality in the year 1936. Further buildings of architectural importance appeared: the building of the present Municipal National Committee, the Palace-Sanatorium, the Alexandria Hotel, the "Fučik" and "Morava" hydropathics, and in the year 1935 the building of the Social Club. After the occupation of Bohemia and Moravia by the Nazi (Nazism) organizations the spa was closed to the Czech public almost completely and taken possession of by the Nazi organizations. After the liberation of the town on May, 1945, another chapter in the history of the spa began.


Southern Tang

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Ruler of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (958–961) ** '''Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi)''' – Zhou Xinfeng, Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi) Jiedushi (956–962) ** '''Southern Han''' – Liu Chang, Emperor of Southern Han (Southern Han) (958–971) ** '''Southern Tang''' – Yuanzong (Emperor Yuanzong of Southern Tang), Emperor of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (943–958); Ruler of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (958–961) ** '''Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi)''' – Zhou Xinfeng, Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi) Jiedushi (956–962) **#Liu Chang, Emperor of Southern Han (Southern Han) (958–971) ** '''Southern Tang''' – Yuanzong (Emperor Yuanzong of Southern Tang), Emperor of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (943–958); Ruler of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (958–961) ** '''Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi)''' – Zhou Xinfeng, Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi) Jiedushi (956–962) **#Liu Chang, Emperor of Southern Han (Southern Han) (958–971) ** '''Southern Tang''' – Yuanzong (Emperor Yuanzong of Southern Tang), Emperor of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (943–958); 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Ruler of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (958–961) **'''Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi)''' – Wang Kui, Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi) Jiedushi (953–956) **'''Southern Han''' – Liu Sheng (Liu Sheng (Southern Han)), Emperor of Southern Han (Southern Han) (943–958) **'''Southern Tang''' – Yuanzong (Emperor Yuanzong of Southern Tang), Emperor of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (943–958); Ruler of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (958–961) **'''Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi)''' – Wang Kui, Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi) Jiedushi (953–956) **'''Southern Han''' – Liu Sheng (Liu Sheng (Southern Han)), Emperor of Southern Han (Southern Han) (943–958) **'''Southern Tang''' – Yuanzong (Emperor Yuanzong of Southern Tang), Emperor of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (943–958); Ruler of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (958–961) **'''Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi)''' – **'''Southern Han''' – Liu Sheng (Liu Sheng (Southern Han)), Emperor of Southern Han (Southern Han) (943–958) **'''Southern Tang''' – Yuanzong (Emperor Yuanzong of Southern Tang), Emperor of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (943–958); Ruler of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (958–961) **'''Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi)''' – **'''Southern Han''' – Liu Sheng (Liu Sheng (Southern Han)), Emperor of Southern Han (Southern Han) (943–958) **'''Southern Tang''' – Yuanzong (Emperor Yuanzong of Southern Tang), Emperor of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (943–958); Ruler of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (958–961) **'''Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi)''' – Liu Yan (Liu Yan (Wuping Jiedushi)), Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi) Jiedushi (951–953) **'''Southern Han''' – Liu Sheng (Liu Sheng (Southern Han)), Emperor of Southern Han (Southern Han) (943–958) **'''Southern Tang''' – Yuanzong (Emperor Yuanzong of Southern Tang), Emperor of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (943–958); Ruler of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (958–961) **'''Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi)''' – Liu Yan (Liu Yan (Wuping Jiedushi)), Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi) Jiedushi (951–953) **'''Southern Han''' – Liu Sheng (Liu Sheng (Southern Han)), Emperor of Southern Han (Southern Han) (943–958) **'''Southern Tang''' – Yuanzong (Emperor Yuanzong of Southern Tang), Emperor of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (943–958); Ruler of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (958–961) **'''Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi)''' – **'''Southern Han''' – Liu Sheng (Liu Sheng (Southern Han)), Emperor of Southern Han (Southern Han) (943–958) **'''Southern Tang''' – Yuanzong (Emperor Yuanzong of Southern Tang), Emperor of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (943–958); Ruler of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (958–961) **'''Wuping (Wuping Jiedushi)''' – ** '''Southern Han''' – Liu Sheng (Liu Sheng (Southern Han)), Emperor of Southern Han (Southern Han) (943–958) ** '''Southern Tang''' – Yuanzong (Emperor Yuanzong of Southern Tang), Emperor of Southern Tang (Southern Tang) (943–958


Chatham-Kent

- General Manager of the Milwaukee Brewers * Harry Garnet Bedford Miner (Harry Miner) - Victoria Cross winner during World War 1, born in Cedar Springs * Dave Nichol - award winning product marketing expert and former president of Loblaw's (Loblaw Companies) * Geoffrey O'Hara - early 20th-century composer, singer and music professor who was the writer of such popular songs as the 1918 hit K-K-K-Katy * Ron Pardo - comedian and impressionist, from Pardoville * Ray Robertson - Novelist * Brooklyn Roebuck (The Next Star) - The 2012 Next Star. Working on 2 singles under license with Sony Music Canada. * Doug Shedden - professional ice hockey coach and former player * Glen Skov - National Hockey League (NHL) hockey (ice hockey) player * Ron Sparks (Ron Sparks (comedian)) - award-winning comedian, actor and writer best known for Video on Trial * Joseph Storey - Architect; designer of many local landmarks in the 1950s and 1960s * Shaun Suisham - Pittsburgh Steelers kicker (formerly Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins) * Sylvia Tyson - singer-songwriter, broadcaster, and guitarist who found early fame with her then-husband Ian Tyson in their folk duo Ian and Sylvia * Todd Warriner - former NHL hockey player picked 4th overall in the 1992 NHL Entry Draft by the Quebec Nordiques * Brian Wiseman - 1999 IHL MVP Houston Aeros (Houston Aeros (1994–2013)) * Michelle Wright - award winning country music singer See also * List of townships in Ontario * List of municipalities in Ontario References


Dushanbe

singing in a quintet led by her husband, Sergey Nikitin (Sergey Nikitin (musician)). They worked together as biophysicists (biophysics) (both have Ph.D.s in Physics) as well as singers, creating many popular songs. Together they recorded more than 15 CDs and Vinyls (see works (Sergey Nikitin (musician)#Works)). - 24. November 18, 2007 Dushanbe, Tajikistan WikiPedia:Dushanbe Commons:Category:Dushanbe


Burlington, Ontario

'''Comedy at Club 54''' is a Canadian (Canada) television program hosted by Ben Guyatt. The show was produced from the early 1990s until 2002 and is now airing in syndicated (Television syndication) re-runs on the Canadian Comedy Network (The Comedy Network). The show takes place in Burlington, Ontario at Club 54. The live performances still happen weekly, although new episodes of the Comedy at Club 54 TV show have not been aired since 2002. Former U.S. President Bill Clinton and former Canadian Liberal leadership candidate visit Ontario city Tuesday, former U.S. President Bill Clinton (w:Bill Clinton) and Former Canadian Liberal leadership candidate and former Ontario Premier Bob Rae (w:Bob Rae) visited Hamilton, Ontario (w:Hamilton, Ontario) to speak. The fundraiser for Burlington, Ontario (w:Burlington, Ontario) based club ''Transitions For Youth'' was at the Hamilton Place (w:Hamilton Place). There were about 2,000 people there and the estimated price to hear Clinton speak was CAN$100,000 to CAN$400,000.


Cochabamba

in a contest in Cochabamba. The popular songs she sang in this occasion were designed to meet the demands of the vast popular segments of the population, mostly descendants of indigenous peoples but who already lived in the cities and spoke Spanish (Spanish language). Afterwards, "Siway Azucena", a melody composed by her inspired by the music of Northern Potosí, spread throughout the country, the first truly indigenous song to have widespread popular success. In 1969 they also


Bamako

. His early works ''Janjon et autres chants populaires du Mali'' (''Janjon and other popular songs of Mali'', 1970), ''Kala Jata'' (1970), and ''L'aigle et l'épervier ou la geste du Soundjata'' (''The Eagle and the Sparrowhawk or the Gesture of Soundjata'', 1975), were French (French language)-language versions of Malinké epics (Epic poetry) and folktales. In 1971, ''Janjon'' was awarded the Grand prix littéraire d'Afrique noire, http: www.howard.edu library afrolit2.htm


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