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Orenburg Oblast

as Tatarstan, Chuvashia (Chuvashia Republic), Bashkortostan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia and USA. * the '''Moksha people (Mokshas)''' or '''Mokshans''', (Moksha (Moksha language): Мокшет ''Mokshet''), speakers of the Moksha language. Less than half of the Moksha population live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), in the basin of the Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia, Estonia, Australia and USA. * the '''Erzya people''' or '''Erzyans''', (Erzya (Erzya language): Эрзят ''Erzyat''), speakers of the Erzya language. Less than half of the Erzyans live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), Sura River and Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Chuvashia (Chuvashia Republic), Bashkortostan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia and USA. * the '''Moksha people (Mokshas)''' or '''Mokshans''', (Moksha (Moksha language): Мокшет ''Mokshet''), speakers of the Moksha language. Less than half of the Moksha population live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), in the basin of the Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia, Estonia, Australia and USA. *the Shoksha or Tengushev Mordvins constitute a transitional group between the Erzya and Moksha people and live in the southern part of Republic of Mordovia, in the Tengushevsk and Torbeevsk region. Others are scattered (2002) over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast) (116,475), Penza (Penza Oblast) (86,370), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast) (68,880) and Nizhni Novgorod (Nizhny Novgorod Oblast) (36,705), Ulyanovsk (Ulyanovsk Oblast) (61,100), Saratov (Saratov Oblast) (23,380), Moscow (22,850), Tatarstan (28,860), Chuvashia (Chuvashia Republic) (18,686), Bashkortostan (31,932) , Siberia (65,650), Russian Far East (29,265). commons:category:Orenburg Oblast wikipedia:Orenburg Oblast


North Kesteven

farmland. More than 80% of the population live in rural settlements or a market town. North Kesteven also has a relatively underdeveloped transport infrastructure. As a result, local communities have

; and 10 larger villages with populations of over 2,500.


Samara Oblast

half of the Moksha population live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), in the basin of the Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia, Estonia, Australia and USA. * the '''Erzya people''' or '''Erzyans''', (Erzya (Erzya language): Эрзят ''Erzyat''), speakers of the Erzya language. Less than half of the Erzyans live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), Sura River and Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Chuvashia (Chuvashia Republic), Bashkortostan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia and USA. * the '''Moksha people (Mokshas)''' or '''Mokshans''', (Moksha (Moksha language): Мокшет ''Mokshet''), speakers of the Moksha language. Less than half of the Moksha population live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), in the basin of the Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia, Estonia, Australia and USA. *the Shoksha or Tengushev Mordvins constitute a transitional group between the Erzya and Moksha people and live in the southern part of Republic of Mordovia, in the Tengushevsk and Torbeevsk region. Others are scattered (2002) over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast) (116,475), Penza (Penza Oblast) (86,370), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast) (68,880) and Nizhni Novgorod (Nizhny Novgorod Oblast) (36,705), Ulyanovsk (Ulyanovsk Oblast) (61,100), Saratov (Saratov Oblast) (23,380), Moscow (22,850), Tatarstan (28,860), Chuvashia (Chuvashia Republic) (18,686), Bashkortostan (31,932) , Siberia (65,650), Russian Far East (29,265). commons:category:Samara Oblast WikiPedia:Samara Oblast


Penza Oblast

language Moksha : Мокшет ''Mokshet''), speakers of the Moksha language. Less than half of the Moksha population live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), in the basin of the Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia, Estonia, Australia and USA. * the '''Erzya people''' or '''Erzyans''', (Erzya (Erzya language): Эрзят ''Erzyat''), speakers of the Erzya language. Less than half of the Erzyans live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), Sura River and Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Chuvashia (Chuvashia Republic), Bashkortostan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia and USA. * the '''Moksha people (Mokshas)''' or '''Mokshans''', (Moksha (Moksha language): Мокшет ''Mokshet''), speakers of the Moksha language. Less than half of the Moksha population live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), in the basin of the Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia, Estonia, Australia and USA. *the Shoksha or Tengushev Mordvins constitute a transitional group between the Erzya and Moksha people and live in the southern part of Republic of Mordovia, in the Tengushevsk and Torbeevsk region. Others are scattered (2002) over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast) (116,475), Penza (Penza Oblast) (86,370), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast) (68,880) and Nizhni Novgorod (Nizhny Novgorod Oblast) (36,705), Ulyanovsk (Ulyanovsk Oblast) (61,100), Saratov (Saratov Oblast) (23,380), Moscow (22,850), Tatarstan (28,860), Chuvashia (Chuvashia Republic) (18,686), Bashkortostan (31,932) , Siberia (65,650), Russian Far East (29,265). commons:category:Penza Oblast WikiPedia:Penza Oblast


Chaguanas

of the population live in Trinidad, this is the location of most major towns and cities. There are three major municipalities in Trinidad: Port of Spain, the capital, San Fernando (San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago), and Chaguanas. The main town in Tobago is Scarborough (Scarborough, Tobago). Trinidad is made up of a variety of soil types, the majority being fine sands and heavy clays. The alluvial valleys of the Northern Range and the soils of the East-West Corridor are the most fertile


Calgary Region

Calgary Region (75,410), and the Edmonton Capital Region (53,670). '''Calgary International Airport''', originally named '''McCall Field'''


Mordovia

Samara , Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Chuvashia (Chuvashia Republic), Bashkortostan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia and USA. * the '''Moksha people (Mokshas)''' or '''Mokshans''', (Moksha (Moksha language): Мокшет ''Mokshet''), speakers of the Moksha language. Less than half of the Moksha population live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), in the basin of the Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia, Estonia, Australia and USA. * the '''Erzya people''' or '''Erzyans''', (Erzya (Erzya language): Эрзят ''Erzyat''), speakers of the Erzya language. Less than half of the Erzyans live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), Sura River and Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Chuvashia (Chuvashia Republic), Bashkortostan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia and USA. * the '''Moksha people (Mokshas)''' or '''Mokshans''', (Moksha (Moksha language): Мокшет ''Mokshet''), speakers of the Moksha language. Less than half of the Moksha population live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), in the basin of the Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia, Estonia, Australia and USA. *the Shoksha or Tengushev Mordvins constitute a transitional group between the Erzya and Moksha people and live in the southern part of Republic of Mordovia, in the Tengushevsk and Torbeevsk region. The Mordvinic languages comprise of the Erzya (Erzya language) and Moksha (Moksha language) languages, with about 500,000 native speakers each. Both are official languages of Mordovia alongside Russian (Russian language). Mordvinic is closely related to the now extinct Meshcherian (Meshcherian language) and Muromian (Muromian language) languages. According to estimates of Tartu University made in late 1970s, commons:category:Mordovia wikipedia:Mordovia


Basankusu

Parqué, Edward Rackley and Nathan Ford: for Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) The results have been catastrophic nationally: *80% of the people survive on less than one dollar per day. *75% of the population live in a precarious situation regarding food. *54% of the population do not have access to healthcare. *One child in five dies before the age of five years. Caritas Campaign 2008 These numbers are not unusual for the Congo. Having been in an area of fighting during the military conflicts that took place from 1998 onwards, the population is still recovering from the resulting long-term effects. Basankusu was captured by the Movement for the Liberation of Congo (MLC) on 29 November 1999, in a takeover that happened very quickly with no civilian casualties. However, food was taken from people's vegetable gardens during this time, although reports about treatment by the armed forces were generally positive. The health system in the Congo has eroded, not only as a result of war, but also after years of government neglect. MSF - Mortality, violence and lack of access to healthcare in the Democratic Republic of Congo In Basankusu, where fighting and displacement took place, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) opened a therapeutic feeding centre in October 2000. MSF Photoblog - Basankusu, 2009 Prevalent illnesses include meningitis, dysentery, cholera, trypanosomiasis (sleeping sickness (African trypanosomiasis)), and monkeypox. Basankusu was the first place for an occurrence of monkeypox in humans to be recorded. A human infection caused by monkeypox virus in Basankusu Territory, Democratic Republic of the Congo - I. D. Ladnyj, P. Ziegler, and E. Kima In 2005 there was a serious outbreak of monkeypox, which posed a grave threat to public health, affecting human populations living in Basankusu. A study of individual cases and the spread of the epidemic shows clearly that human consumption of apes found dead in the forest was a salient factor in the outbreak. DRC MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT, NATURE CONSERVATION, WATER AND FORESTS - Strategy and action plan for the survival of the great apes in the Democratic Republic of the Congo p.18, Chapter 2.7, paragraph 70 There have been outbreaks of whooping cough, some cases with fatal results. Befale-Basankusu : 210 cas de coqueluche, 9 décès In June 2010 an unidentified illness killed fourteen people in the nearby village of Songo. Radio Okapi - Basankusu: quatorze personnes meurent d’une maladie inconnue à Songo Conservation 190px thumb right Bonobo (File:Bonobo-Head.jpg) (''Pan paniscus'') is the closest living relative to humans. :''See also Maringa-Lopori-Wamba Landscape.'' Basankusu is an important staging post for conservation projects, for example, those relating to the bonobo. The town falls within the western limits of what has become known as the Maringa-Lopori-Wamba Landscape, Maringa-Lopori-Wamba Landscape by Jef Dupain, Janet Nackoney, Jean-Paul Kibambe, Didier Bokelo, and David Williams a proposed conservation area in the basin (Drainage basin) of the Maringa and Lopori rivers that includes the Luo Scientific Reserve around the village of Wamba (Wamba, Luo Reserve). The landscape consists of dense forest to the east of Basankusu and north of the village of Baringa. Project stakeholders include the Max Planck Institute, African Wildlife Foundation, Source de Lomako (SoLo), Pygmy Chimpanzee Protection Fund, Bonobo Conservation Initiative, Bonobo Conservation Initiative and Milwaukee Zoological Society. DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT, NATURE CONSERVATION, WATER AND FORESTS Milwaukee Zoological Society Over 400 species of birds can be found in the conservation area. In certain places, the density of Congo Peafowl (''Afropavo congensis'') – a species endemic to the centre and northeast of the Congolese forests, with feathers of deep blue with a metallic green and violet tinge – is probably the highest in the country. At least eleven species of diurnal (Diurnality) primates have been observed in the Maringa-Lopori-Wamba Landscape. The Dryas monkey (''Cercopithecus dryas'') is endemic to the basins of the Maringa and the Lopori, and only two examples of the species are known. The bonobo (''Pan paniscus''), Thollon's red colobus (''Procolobus tholloni''), the golden-bellied mangabey (''Cercocebus chrysogaster''), and the Black mangabey (''Lophocebus aterrimus'') are found here. Allen's swamp monkey (''Allenopithecus nigroviridis'') is endemic to the flooded or floodplain forests of the Central Basin, and the Angolan colobus (''Colobus angolensis'') is known only in the Central Basin, the northeast of the Congo, and the Africa Great Lakes region. Other large mammals include the elephant (''Loxodonta africana''), the buffalo (African buffalo) (''Syncerus caffer''), the bongo (Bongo (antelope)) (''Tragelaphus euryceros'') – which is an antelope characterised by a striking reddish-brown coat, white-yellow stripes, and long, slightly spiralled horns – the African golden cat (''Profelis aurata''), and the leopard (''Panthera pardus''). CARPE Maringa-Lopori-Wamba Landscape The '''Lulonga''' is a river in the Equateur province of Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is about 200 km long from its beginning at the town of Basankusu. There the Lopori (Lopori River) and the Maringa (Maringa River) join to form the Lulonga. The Lulonga river flows into the Congo River at the town Lulonga.


Porto-Novo

'''Porto-Novo''' is the capital of Benin, located on the coast in the southeastern part of the country. Understand Porto Novo is the capital of Benin, but in name only. Benin’s second largest city of approximately 250,000 people is a nice change of pace


Pebble Beach, California

, education and health care sector, followed by the management (15%) and finance sectors (15%). 2.3% of the population live below the poverty level (Poverty in the United States). The area's adult population is fairly well-educated, with 61% having at least a Bachelor's degree, and 98% having a high school diploma, compared to 25% and 80% at the national average, respectively. and two Challenge Tour victories, the 1998 Volvo Finnish Open and the 2000 Finnish Masters. An 18-year-old Gene Tierney, who was then appearing on Broadway (Broadway theatre), was offered the role of Velvet Brown in 1939. Production was delayed, however, so Tierney returned to Broadway. Tierney and Herskowitz (1978) Wyden Books. "Self-Portrait". pg.23 Much of the film was shot in Pebble Beach, California, with the most scenic views on Pebble Beach Golf Links, http: www.montereymovietours.com media_sacbee.html with some golf holes visible in the background.


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