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over 200,000 copies combined. In 1970 the album ''Traz Outro Amigo Também'' (Bring Another Friend Too), recorded in London, in the Pye studios, was released. It is the first album without Rui Pato, forbbiden to travel by PIDE, the fascist political police. On 21 March the Portuguese press gave him an award for his "high quality work as singer and composer and for his decisive influence upon Portuguese popular music". He participated in an international festival in Cuba


is in English and has a lot of good background information on the history and techniques. The Embroidery Institute (#Museums) is a lively enterprise producing high quality work which you can see on a tour of the facility. The gift shop has prices a little higher than at the street stalls but they will bargain and the quality is much better. Silk fans, musical instruments, paintings and calligraphy, lanterns, mahogany furniture and jade carvings are all made in the city and all readily


moving to Los Angeles, where they met Diane Poncher. Poncher worked for Bob Cavallo (who was part of Cavallo, Ruffalo and Fargnoli Management and was looking for new bands to manage), and she saw that Page and Fairweather had the potential to produce quality work, so she left his agency and became Page and Fairweather's manager. Page, Martin accessed May 1, 2011 '''Sway''' is a village in Hampshire


. In this period he published high-quality work on algebraic curves. He also made a major step in reinterpreting the work on linear series by Alexander von Brill and Max Noether (Brill-Noether theory). *Rome - Leonardo da Vinci Airport begins 1 May 2012 *Turin - Turin Caselle Airport '''Base''' '''Gianfranco Brancatelli''' (born 18 January 1950 in Turin, Piedmont) is a former racing driver from Italy. His racing career began in 1973, in the Formula


...perhaps after some bickering. Goldsmiths on the Ponte Vecchio display beautiful and quality work, but can be very expensive. Shops that are not located in the very centre of the city are significantly cheaper. There are also superb shopping streets, such as the Via Tornabuoni, the Via del Parione, and the Via Maggio. The San Lorenzo market is now largely for tourists. There are also a couple of collections of "outlets" in the suburbs. Some of the most uniquely Florentine shops

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from 1990–1993, amassing 17 goals and 15 assists over the four years, and was named an NCAA Division I (Division I (NCAA)) First Team All-American his senior year. In the early 1990s he moved to Puerto Rico, where he lived in semi-retirement. In 1996, he founded ''Carta de Cuba'', a quarterly journal featuring high-quality work produced in Cuba by independent journalists and writers. Franqui continued to edit the publication until his death, which occurred on April 16, 2010 in Puerto Rico. Commons:Category:Puerto Rico WikiPedia:Puerto Rico Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Puerto Rico


found to contain "antiques" dating from Ancient Egypt with the names of pharaohs Khafra and Pepi I. Handicrafts may also have been a major export: exquisite artifacts have been recovered from the ruins, including wood furniture inlaid with mother-of-pearl and composite statues created from different colored stones. The artistic style at Ebla may have influenced the quality work of the Akkadian empire. The influence of the Phalangists was very limited in the early years of Lebanon's independence, but came to prominence as a strong ally of the government in the 1958 crisis (Lebanon crisis of 1958). In the aftermath of the crisis, Pierre Gemayel was appointed to the cabinet, and two years later, was elected to the National Assembly (National Assembly of Lebanon). The Phalange party’ militia was not only the largest and best organized political paramilitary force in Lebanon but also the oldest. It was founded in 1937 as the “Militants’ organization” by the President of the Party Pierre Gemayel and William Hawi, an Lebanese-American glass industrialist, who led them during the 1958 civil war (1958 Lebanon crisis). Fighting alongside the pro-government forces, the Phalangists defended the Metn region. '''Elie Hobeika''' (22 September 1956 – 24 January 2002) (Arabic: إيلي حبيقة) was a Lebanese (Lebanon) Phalangist and Lebanese Forces militia commander during the Lebanese Civil War, and former MP (Member of Parliament). Hobeika gained notoriety when, as the leader of the Phalangist forces, he was accused in directing the massacre in the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps (Sabra and Shatila massacre) on the outskirts of Beirut in 1982. He is believed to have recruited "the Young Men (Young men (Lebanon))", the gang who were involved in the killings. Location The Hivites dwelted in the mountainous regions of Canaan stretching from Lebanon – specifically Lebo Hamath (


Catarina (Brazil) same state . Despite his work as a medical doctor, Holdemar dedicated a great part of his life to writing. Even though he was never a full-time writer he managed to produce quality work and had great impact in the Brazilian literature. In 1972, his work was recognized in Brazil with the Jabuti prize (one of the most respected literature prizes in Brazil) for his book ''A Coleira de Peggy''. For all his body of work, Holdemar is considered an immortal by the Academy

of Literature of Santa Catarina (Santa Catarina (Brazil)) (''Academia Catarinense de Letras''). Despite his work as a medical doctor, Holdemar dedicated a great part of his life to writing. Even though he was never a full-time writer he managed to produce quality work and had great impact in the Brazilian literature. In 1972, his work was recognized in Brazil with the Jabuti prize (one of the most respected literature prizes in Brazil) for his book ''A Coleira de Peggy


quality work edmunds - Inside Line publisher date 27 February 2007 accessdate 30 August 2009 Its 90° vee angle is unusual for this particular configuration of cylinders; it was chosen to keep the center of gravity (Center of mass) of the engine low. For the same reason, a dry sump lubrication system was also used. Plot Tom Ripley (Delon) has been sent to Italy to persuade his wealthy friend, Philippe Greenleaf (Maurice Ronet), to return


the 1930s, and started using the brand Galak in 1967. In many European countries a version with puffed rice is also available. Spate's dissertation was admired, but his strong political beliefs made an academic career in England unlikely. After a year as a tutor in Reading he took up a position at the University of Rangoon in Myanmar (then Burma) in 1937. There was became interested in the colonial struggle for independence, and produced a steady stream of high-quality work on the geography of Myanmar. When World War II broke out Spate joined he army as a volunteer and was seriously injured in the first Japanese raid on the Rangoon airport. He was evacuated to India where recuperated, wrote poetry, and served in the unusual capacity of a military censor. In 1944 he moved to the Inter-Service Topographical Department in New Delhi (and later Kandy, Sri Lanka) where he was a major in charge of the section of the office dealing with Burma. In 1947 Spate returned to England, where he served briefly as a lecturer at the Bedford College for Women (Bedford College (London)), which was part of the University of London before taking up a permanent position at the London School of Economics. Spate appeared to have achieved a comfortable and prestigious academic position as a specialist in South Asian geography -- it was during this time he was involved in the creation of the book ''The Changing Face of Asia'' and served on the Punjab Boundary Commission that was involved in the partition of Pakistan from India. However, Spate left England in 1951 to become the Foundation Professor of Geography at the newly-established Australian National University. Spate was given carte blanche to organize the department and train students, and ended up having a large impact on geography as a discipline in Australia. In 1954 his work '' India and Pakistan: A General and Regional Geography'' was released to wide acclaim as one of the most magisterial and complete geographies of the country. Firmly established as an expert in South Asia, Spate turned his attention to Australia and the Pacific more broadly. In 1920, Hearne became the first professional cricketer to be elected to the Middlesex committee, a place he held until the end of the decade. During this period, he went on a number of tours to India and coached cricket at Oxford University until the middle 1930s, after which he retired. Jack Hearne died in his birthplace of Chalfont St Giles on 17 April 1944. In the 19th century British (United Kingdom) first brought Hindus from India to Australia to work on cotton and sugar plantations. Many remained as small businessmen, working as camel drivers, merchants and hawkers, selling goods between small rural communities. These days Hindus are well educated professionals in fields such as medicine, engineering, commerce and information technology, constituting a model minority. The Hindus in Australia are mostly of Indian origin, with some originating from other parts of the Indian subcontinent. Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India

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