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Igbuzo

of the British are well recorded by C. N. Ugochukwu. Igbuzo played a prominent role in Ekumeku War (1883–1914) an uprising directed against the British imperialism in Anioma, Southern region of Nigeria, and attempts by the Royal Niger Company to impose trade and taxation on the people of Anioma. Ibusa was to play a very prominent role in prosecuting the wars in favour of Anioma and was the first of such Anioma towns to engage the British in the war in 1898. Fearing what befell


Touraine

and Grievances for the Infractions and Violations of the Edict of Nantes''. Though no mention of St. Martin's connection with viticulture is made by Gregory of Tours or other early hagiographers, he is now credited with a prominent role in spreading wine-making throughout the Touraine region and facilitated the planting of many vines. The Greek myth that Aristaeus first discovered the concept of pruning the vines after watching a goat eat some of the foliage has been applied

of northeast Italy (Italy (wine)), Anjou (Anjou (wine))-Saumur (Saumur (wine)), Touraine and the right bank (right bank (wine)) region of Bordeaux, Cabernet Franc both plays a more prominent role in blends and is vinted as a varietal. De la Broce was from a family of petty nobility in Touraine, and was a minor household official for Louis IX (Louis IX of France). After Louis' death in 1270, de la Broce quickly became a favorite

and undertook several diplomatic missions to Trier, Mainz and Modena. Though no mention of Saint Martin's connection with viticulture is made by Gregory of Tours or other early hagiographers, he is nonetheless credited with a prominent role in spreading wine-making throughout the Touraine region and facilitating the planting of many vines. The Greek myth that Aristaeus first discovered the concept of pruning the vines after watching a goat eat some


Batoche, Saskatchewan

living with the Cree, brother of ''Petequakey'' (‘Isidore Cayen ''dit'' Boudreau’), lived along Duck Lake, signed 1876 Treaty 6 and settled in a reserve at Muskeg Lake - that was later named after his brother ''Petequakey'' - but left the reserve in 1880 and lived again in the following years close to St. Laurent de Grandin mission, played a prominent role during the Northwest Rebellion of 1885 in which he participated in every battle, served also as an emissary of the Métis leader Gabriel Dumont (Gabriel Dumont (Métis leader)) to ask the Assiniboine (Assiniboine people) for support, on 23 May 1885 he also submitted the declaration of surrender of ''Pitikwahanapiwiyin'' ('Poundmaker') to General Middleton, was captured on the 1st June 1885, in the subsequent trial of ''Kee-too-way-how'' at Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan), Louis Cochin testified that he and the carters in the camp of ''Pitikwahanapiwiyin'' survived only thanks to the intercession by Kee-way-too-how and its people, despite the positive testimony, he was on 14 August 1885 sentenced to imprisonment for seven years for his involvement in the Métis rebellion, died 1886). Background After the Red River Resistance of 1869-1870, many of the Métis moved from Manitoba to Saskatchewan, then part of the Northwest Territories, where they founded a settlement at Batoche (Batoche, Saskatchewan) on the South Saskatchewan River. However, in Manitoba settlers from Ontario began to arrive. They pushed for land to be allotted in the square concession system of English Canada, rather than the seigneurial system (Seigneurial system of New France) of strips reaching back from a river which the Métis were familiar with in their French-Canadian culture. In addition, the Métis and First Nations were alarmed that the buffalo were being hunted to extinction by the Hudson's Bay Company and other hunters, as for generations the Métis had depended on them as a chief source of food. In 1885 the Northwest Rebellion affected the tiny community in a variety of ways. Chief Whitecap and Charles Trottier passed through the present day University campus on their way to join Louis Riel's armed forces at Batoche, Saskatchewan. Following the fighting at the Battle of Fish Creek, and the Battle of Batoche, wounded Canadian soldiers convalesced at the Marr Residence which is today a historic site. A few died in care and were buried in the Pioneer Cemetery (Exhibition, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan) near the Exhibition Grounds. Dumont married Madeleine Wilkie, the daughter of the Anglo-Metis chief, Jean Baptiste Wilkie, in 1858, and in 1862 was elected chief of his Métis band. '''One Arrow First Nation''' is a Canadian Cree First Nation. Its reserve (Indian reserve) is located just south of Batoche (Batoche, Saskatchewan) near the South Saskatchewan River about 100 km Northeast of Saskatoon. The One Arrow First Nation is in the aspen parkland biome. It is bordered by the Rural Municipalities (rural municipality) of St. Louis No. 431 (St. Louis No. 431, Saskatchewan), Fish Creek No. 402 (Fish Creek No. 402, Saskatchewan), and Duck Lake No. 463 (Duck Lake No. 463, Saskatchewan).


Talca

that Isabel's family would not have seen the match as advantageous at the time. Two


Beit Sahour

In the wake of the 1948 Arab–Israeli War, and after the 1949 Armistice Agreements, Beit Sahur came under Jordanian rule. Post 1967 era After Six-Day War in 1967, Beit Sahour has been under Israeli occupation. Economy The town's economy is largely based on tourism and related industries, such as the manufacture of olive-wood carvings. Agriculture and work in Israel also play a significant role. The town had a prominent role in the Palestinian national "Bethlehem 2000" project, as extensive renovations of tourist sites, hotels and businesses, and historic sites were carried out prior to the millennium celebrations. During the First Intifada, residents in the town had attempted to develop their own dairy industry—a move resisted by Israeli authorities. These efforts were documented in 2014 film ''The Wanted 18'', co-directed by Palestinian filmmaker Amer Shomali and Canadian Paul Cowan (Paul Cowan (filmmaker)). *Herodium - A fortress built by Herod the Great. It is administered by the Israel Nature and Parks Authority. In 1988-9, during the first Intifada, the Palestinian resistance urged people to resist paying taxes to Israel. Marysdaughter, Karen “Palestinian Tax Resistance Update” ''More than a Paycheck'' April 1997 NWTRCC.org The people of Beit Sahour responded to this call with an unusually organized and citywide tax strike (tax resistance). As a result of the tax strike the Israeli military authorities placed the town under curfew for 45 days and seized goods belonging to citizens in raids.


Kawartha Lakes

in the city of Kawartha Lakes, in the south-central portion of the Canadian (Canada) province of Ontario. The village lies at the junction of Highway 35 (Highway 35 (Ontario)) and former Highway 48 (Highway 48 (Ontario)), on the northern tip of Balsam Lake (Balsam Lake (Ontario)), the highest point on the Trent–Severn Waterway. Coboconk has a rich and unique history amongst the villages of Kawartha Lakes, and has played a prominent role in the logging, limestone, and tourism industries of the region over the past 150 years. '''Northumberland County''' is situated on the north shore of Lake Ontario, in central (Central Ontario) Ontario, Canada. It is located east of the Regional Municipality of Durham (formerly Durham County), west of Hastings County, southeast of Kawartha Lakes and south of Peterborough County. The county seat is Cobourg (Cobourg, Ontario). Together with Durham County (Durham County, Ontario), it formed the Newcastle District (Newcastle District, Upper Canada) from 1798 to 1849 and the United Counties of Northumberland and Durham (United Counties of Northumberland and Durham, Ontario) from 1850 to 1973. image_flag image_coat width 20% valign top '''K0M''' Kawartha Lakes and Haliburton County (Haliburton County, Ontario) Highway 115 is part of the Algonquin Trail and concurrent (concurrency (road)) with Highway 35 (Ontario Highway 35) from its southern terminus in Clarington (Clarington, Ontario) to Enterprise Hill (Enterprise Hill, Ontario), where it veers towards Peterborough and Highway 35 continues north into the Kawarthas (Kawartha Lakes). It is also part of the Trans-Canada Highway from the interchange with Highway 7 south of Springville, Ontario to the eastern end of the highway. Highway 115 is a freeway (controlled-access highway) northeast of Enterprise Hill and a Right-in right-out (RIRO) expressway (Limited-access road) south of it, featuring ramps with abrupt right turns to and from the highway. By January 2010, exit numbers were added to the freeway section north of the Highway 35 concurrency. This region, which, along with Haliburton (Haliburton County, Ontario), Kawartha Lakes, and Peterborough County is referred to as "cottage country", sees over 2.1 million visitors annually. Muskoka is a scenic area sprinkled with picturesque villages and towns, farming communities, and lakeside vacation hotels and resorts near to golf courses, country clubs, and marinas. The regional government seat is Bracebridge (Bracebridge, Ontario). This area encompasses the townships of Lake of Bays, Georgian Bay and Muskoka Lakes, and the towns of Huntsville, Bracebridge and Gravenhurst. *City of Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario), formerly the Hamilton-Wentworth Regional Municipality (Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth, Ontario) *City of Kawartha Lakes (Kawartha Lakes), formerly Victoria County (Victoria County, Ontario) (seat in Lindsay (Lindsay, Ontario)) *Norfolk County (Norfolk County, Ontario), formerly half of the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk (Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, Ontario)* (seat in Simcoe (Simcoe, Ontario)) *1648 – Iroquois revolt against trespassing French, destroying a Jesuit mission near the site of present-day Midland (Midland, Ontario) (see Canadian Martyrs) *circa 1649-54 – Iroquois drive the Hurons, Petun and Neutral Nation (Attawandaron) from their territories. Around the same time, another population movement of the Mississaugas from the north shores of Lake Huron and Manitoulin Island to the Kawartha Lakes and Credit River areas. *1668 - Father Marquette founds Sault Ste. Marie, noteworthy as the oldest surviving permanent European settlement in both Ontario and neighbouring Michigan. group5 Single-tier municipalities (List of municipalities in Ontario) list5 Brant (County of Brant) The '''Scugog River''' is a river in the Kawartha Lakes region of Ontario which flows north from Lake Scugog to empty into Sturgeon Lake (Sturgeon Lake (Ontario)) on the Trent-Severn Waterway. birth_place residence Kawartha Lakes, Ontario occupation nurse Southeast South Kawartha Lakes, Galway-Cavendish and Harvey Southwest The newest Bob FM station in Canada, CHUM Limited's CKLY (CKLY-FM) in Kawartha Lakes, Ontario, adopted the format on August 21, 2005, while WLFF (WBPE) in Lafayette, Indiana, jettisoned its country format to introduce Bob to its listeners on December 6, 2007. CAMMAC runs two summer music centres (CAMMAC Lake MacDonald in the Laurentian mountains (Laurentians) northwest of Montreal, Quebec and the CAMMAC Ontario Music Centre (renamed Lake Field Musicin 2010) at the Lakefield College School in the Kawartha Lakes area of Ontario). CAMMAC also holds regional activities year-round in Montreal, Toronto, Quebec City, Nova Scotia and Ottawa-Gatineau (Ottawa). The Music Centres offer individual weeks of classes and music-making opportunities for adults and children, nine summer weeks at Lake MacDonald and in different years two or three weeks at the Lake Field Music in Lakefield. At the music centres, the different weeks emphasize different kinds of music. The regions support a variety of music-making, including, in different regions, monthly choral readings, orchestral performances, and specialized groups such as madrigal singing, jazz band, chamber music workshops and recorder ensembles. The Montréal region, which is the largest by membership, organizes a regularly rehearsing amateur orchestra. image 150px (File:CKLY-FM.png) city Kawartha Lakes, Ontario branding 91.9 Bob FM - Bobcaygeon Curling Club Kawartha Lakes Bobcaygeon (Bobcaygeon, Ontario) 4 - Canada thumb Minor hockey players in Kawartha Lakes (File:Hockey win Kawartha Lakes Ontario.jpg), Ontario celebrate the third goal of the game in Central Ontario Junior C Hockey League action In Canada, the age categories are designated by each provincial hockey governing body based on Hockey Canada's guidelines, HockeyCanada.ca and each category may have multiple tiers based on skill. - colspan "4" '''Kawartha Lakes''' - ''Main article (Kawartha Lakes municipal election, 2006)'' - Geography This small, shallow, fresh body of water is a part of the Trent-Severn Waterway a series of rivers, lakes and canals running southwest from Severn Sound on the eastern shore of Lake Huron 's Georgian Bay, up the Severn River (Severn River (central Ontario)), through Lake Couchiching, Lake Simcoe and the Kawartha Lakes and down the Trent River (Trent River (Ontario)) across south-central Ontario to the northern shore of Lake Ontario.


Zhanjiang

prominent agricultural product in 2007: in 2006 it was 9,135,500 tons and it was 10,000,000 tons in 2007. Akoya cultured pearls, pineapples, bananas, papayas, seafood, farm-raised prawns and fish are native products and play a prominent role in the agricultural economy of Zhanjiang. Industry Industrial economy to make a breakthrough, a marked increase in the number of units. Zhanjiang in 2007 of all industrial output value of 112.134 billion yuan, up 17.1 percent, a growth rate of nearly four-year high of 15.3 billion net increase over the previous year. In 2007 the city's industrial enterprises above designated size reached 714, 71 more than the year before, industrial output value of over 100 million of the 132 enterprises. Zhanjiang Economic and Technological Development Zone was founded in 1984. Its total planned area is


Rasht

), was the son of Sayyid Qasim of Rasht, a town in northern Iran. He was appointed as the successor of Shaykh Ahmad al-Ahsa'i, and led the Shaykhí (Shaykhism) movement until his death. Bandar-e Anzali is a harbour town ("Bandar" means "port") on the Caspian Sea, close to Rasht. Bandar-e


Libertyville, Illinois

Morello was raised solely by his mother in Libertyville, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. There he attended Libertyville High School, where his mother was a U.S. history teacher. She was the homeroom teacher for Tom's classmate and fellow guitarist Adam Jones (Adam Jones (musician)), of the band Tool (Tool (band)), while teaching at Libertyville. Tom sang in the school choir and was active in speech and drama club; a prominent role was Oberon in '' A Midsummer Night's Dream


Hopkins, Minnesota

. * Harley H. Hopkins – (1823–1882) First railroad station master and postmaster - A direct descendant of Stephen Hopkins, one of the 26 signers of the Declaration of Independence. PK-12 college preparatory school, established in 1900. Blake is located on three campuses around the Twin Cities (Minneapolis-Saint Paul) area of Minnesota: the upper school (9–12) being in Minneapolis; administration offices, middle school (6-8), and half of the lower school being in Hopkins, Minnesota; and the other half of the lower school being in Wayzata, Minnesota. '''Rick Lindquist''' (born 1978) is an American (United States) mixed media artist. He was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota and grew up mainly in the southwest suburb of Hopkins (Hopkins, Minnesota), where he graduated from Hopkins High School (Hopkins Senior High School) in 1997. He attended the University of Minnesota from 1997-1999, and later enrolled and attended the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota (Saint Paul, Minnesota). His work is currently a part of public and private galleries in more than 12 countries. View Art Porfolio Source Portion Low_resolution


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