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King City, Ontario

& Publishing Ltd. from Beeton (Beeton, Ontario). ''The King Weekly'' and ''Sentinel'' papers merged in 2012. It is delivered by postal mail. * ''The ERA Banner'', with Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday editions delivered by carrier every week, is published by Metroland Printing, Publishing & Distributing Ltd. through the York Region Newspaper Group. Over the air television sources from Toronto, Barrie and as far away as Buffalo (Buffalo, New York) are generally clear. Affiliates


Atchison, Kansas

Bader's first full time ministry was at First Christian Church, Atchison (Atchison, Kansas), Kansas. During his seven years here, the membership grew from around 300 to 1400. Dr. Bader emphasised the role of lay people in evangelism with the slogan, 'Each One Win One'. Here, in Atchison, he was member of the masonic ''Washington'' Lodge no.5, (see William Denslow - ''10,000 Famous Freemasons'', Macoy Publishing & Masonic Supply Co., Richmond, Virginia, 1957). He resigned from the church


Sderot

PressR&id 603684582 title Ambassador visits Sderot, impressed by 'spirit of town' publisher Ukinisrael.fco.gov.uk date accessdate 2012-06-07


Topeka, Kansas

, and Jostens Printing and Publishing. Jostens announced plans in May 2012 to move production from its Topeka facility to Clarksville, Tennessee, affecting approximately 372 employee positions. Southwest Publishing & Mailing Corporation, a smaller employer, has its headquarters in Topeka. Other industries are finance, insurance, real estate, and rental and leasing (7.8%); professional, scientific, management, administrative, and waste management services (7.6%); arts


Cleveland

the Cleveland Critics Circle Award for Best Actor for his 1978 performance as Proteus (Proteus (The Two Gentlemen of Verona)) in Shakespeare's ''The Two Gentlemen of Verona'', one of the few times he played a villain.

Trickey title Sex, Celebrity & Carnival Charm url http: www.clevelandmagazine.com ME2 dirmod.asp?sid E73ABD6180B44874871A91F6BA5C249C&nm Arts+%26+Entertainemnt&type Publishing&mod Publications%3A%3AArticle&mid 1578600D80804596A222593669321019&tier 4&id 44B3F0C527FF4A42BF3E5958046C401C work Cleveland Magazine date July 2006 accessdate 2009-02-17 Conceived as a way to energize a city hit hard by the Great Depression in the United States Great


Portsmouth

The offices of the Portsmouth news '''''Portsmouth News''''' is the only paid-for newspaper in Portsmouth, England. It is produced by Johnston Press, owners of Portsmouth Publishing & Printing at their headquarters in Hilsea, Portsmouth. Its official title is simply ''The News'', though it was formerly known as ''The Portsmouth Evening News'' and is still popularly referred to as such. birth_date 1943 birth_place Portsmouth, Dominica residence Dominica (Elmshall) After the Treaty of Amiens in 1802 Keats and ''Superb'' remained in the Mediterranean under Admiral Sir Richard Bickerton (Sir Richard Bickerton, 2nd Baronet). When Nelson relieved Bickerton and took command of the fleet in the Mediterranean Keats remained with him off Toulon and accompanied the fleet to the West Indies in 1805 in the famous chase of Admiral Villeneuve (Pierre-Charles Villeneuve) that culminated in the Battle of Trafalgar. WikiPedia:Portsmouth Commons:Category:Portsmouth


Honduras

The 319th Military Intelligence Battalion (Operations) traces its lineage to the activation of the 319th Military Intelligence Headquarters Detachment at Bad Schwalbach, Germany, 1 August 1945 where it served as an interrogation unit for German Prisoners of War. In 1946, the unit was sent to Japan and began a long association with the Orient. It was joined by other interrogation units which served in the Philippines in 1944 and later the reformed 319th served in the Korean War. After deactivation in 1968, the battalion was reactivated in 1982 at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, as a subordinate unit of the 525th Military Intelligence Brigade to provide both general intelligence support and special communications support to the XVIII Airborne Corps. In October 1983, elements of the battalion deployed to the island of Grenada for Operation Urgent Fury. In 1988, battalion personnel participated in the emergency deployment to Honduras to counter an incursion by Nicaraguan forces. In 1989, the 319th deployed to Panama in support of Operation Just Cause. The 319th MI Battalion deployed to Saudi Arabia for Operation Desert Shield (Gulf_War#Operation_Desert_Shield) as part of the XVIII Airborne Corps. In September 1994, the battalion deployed to the island of Haiti in support of Operation Uphold Democracy. In December 1995 and again in October 1996, the battalion deployed elements to Hungary, Italy, and Bosnia in support of Operation Joint Endeavor. In March 2003, the Battalion's B Co (TENCAP) deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom in support of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force(MEF). thumb right 300px From the cathedra, located in the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis, the Archbishop of New Orleans presides over the Metropolitan Province. (image:ChristChurchCathedral.jpg) The Archdiocese of New Orleans is a culturally diverse (New Orleans, Louisiana#Culture) community within the diverse city of New Orleans. As a major port, the city has attracted immigrants (Immigration to the United States) from around the world. Since French and Spanish Catholics ruled the city, they encouraged enslaved (slavery) Africans to adopt Christianity. The city has a large population of African American Catholics with deep heritage in the area. Later European immigrants, such as the Irish (Irish American), Italians (Italian American), and German Bavarians have also been a part of the Archdiocese throughout its history. In the last quarter of the 20th century, many Vietnamese Catholics (Vietnamese American) from South Vietnam settled in the city. New waves of immigrants from Mexico, Honduras, Nicaragua and Cuba have added to the Catholic congregations. This was not new, since William H. Stewart, the former Secretary of State under the administrations of various presidents, among them Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses Grant, had stressed that a canal be built either in Honduras, Nicaragua or Panama and that the United States annex the Dominican Republic and purchase Puerto Rico and Cuba. The idea of annexing the Dominican Republic failed to receive the approval of the U.S. Senate and Spain did not accept the 160 million dollars which the U.S. offered for Puerto Rico and Cuba. thumb 240px ''Cocoa Krispies'' with milk (File:Flickr - cyclonebill - Coco pops.jpg) The cereal is known as '''Choco Krispis''' in Mexico, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Honduras, Guatemala, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Argentina, and '''Choco Krispies''' in Portugal, Spain


Memphis, Tennessee

: www.clevelandmagazine.com ME2 dirmod.asp?sid 586CA122EB394032BD4AA3B686FF03D9&nm Editorial&type Publishing&mod Publications%3A%3AArticle&mid 1578600D80804596A222593669321019&tier 4&id 584C6A8109F34F98BD4B71C41E270DE4 title The 30 People Who Defined Cleveland – 1972-2002 | Article Archives publisher Cleveland Magazine date accessdate 2011-03-12 and attended Baldwin-Wallace College on the G.I. Bill http: www.bw.edu cal news current blhist


Prague

can be taken to mean "voice of God". Publishing&mod Publications%3A%3AArticle&mid 8F3A7027421841978F18BE895F87F791&tier 4&id


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