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Khorramshahr

''. Fame via Seinfeld Yeganeh was the inspiration for the "Soup Nazi" character in the similarly named episode of the NBC television sitcom ''Seinfeld''. Yeganeh was born in Iran Ashpazbashi (The soup guy) and had lived in Khorramshahr prior to moving to the US. He has stated on numerous occasions that he is very offended by the "Soup Nazi" moniker. http


Foz do Iguaçu

. Another reason for the proposed adjustment back to the original was that 146 of the 198 member countries of the United Nations do not have the "ç" character in their alphabets. The adjustment would therefore rationalise any search for the city in search engines, since Foz do Iguaçu's claim to fame world wide is due almost entirely to the falls, which are known as the Iguassu Falls. Djalma Pastorello felt that tourism to the city of Foz do Iguaçu would be improved greatly by a clarification of its association with the now-famous Iguassu Falls. However, he estimates that 70% of the city's population were against the name change because the local media anticipated the change and presented it in a distorted way, so that locals were unable to see that the intention was to benefit the population. Demographics thumb right Mosque in the city. (File:Mesquita72.JPG) The city has a population of approximately 265,000 inhabitants, whilst the Tríplice Fronteira (Tri Frontier) region (Ciudad del Este, Hernandarias, Puerto Iguazú and the rural areas included within those municipalities) has a total of 820,000. The city is very heterogeneous, with many immigrant communities, such as: Arabs, Chinese (Chinese race), Germans, Italians, Paraguayans, Argentines (Argentina), French (French people), Swedes (Swedish people), Portuguese (Portuguese people) and Ukrainians. The city is predominantly Roman Catholic but a relatively large minority of Muslims and Buddhists are represented in the city as well. The city itself has a large mosque and a Buddhist temple. Fenartec is an annual event held in the city's convention centre commemorating the city's multicultural diversity, usually in May. Arab influence Since 1940, Lebanese and other Arab Muslims have settled in the southwestern city of Foz do Iguaçu, in the "Triple Border" area where Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil converge in a region of loosely controlled borders. Arab roots grow deep in Brazil's rich melting pot Wikipedia:Foz do Iguaçu commons:Foz do Iguaçu


Venice, Los Angeles

Beach . Westland.net (November 11, 2006). Some of them are: * 1914: ''Kid Auto Races at Venice'' (Charlie Chaplin—first appearance of the "Little Tramp" character.) * 1920: ''Number, Please?'' (Harold Lloyd) * 1923: ''The Balloonatic'' (Buster Keaton) ref>


Indian Head, Saskatchewan

(1916–99) work Encyclopaedia of Saskatchewan publisher Canadian Plains Research Centre year 2006 url http: esask.uregina.ca entry davies_william_gwynne_1916-99.html accessdate 2009-05-18 * '''Shannan Calcutt''' is a professional clown, currently appearing as her "Izzy" character in Cirque du Soleil's Zumanity show in Las Vegas, Nevada, was born and spent her early years in Indian Head.


Hefei

- class "wikitable" ! Character !! Meaning !! Hui of Tunxi (Tunxi District) !! Wu of Shanghai !! Huai(Jianghuai) of Hefei !! Mandarin (Mandarin Chinese) of Beijing - Cao Cao quickly continues his attack against Wu, invading Fan Castle (Fancheng), Shi Ting, and eventually moving towards He Fei (Hefei), the capital of Wu. During the battle of He Fei, Sun Quan leads a full frontal attack against Cao Cao with the remainder of his army but is defeated after


Suwon

, the Osancheon. However, prior to the Japanese occupation, the name had been rendered in hanja as 鰲山, meaning "soft-shelled turtle (Trionychidae) mountain." Because of the complexity of the 鰲 ("o") character, and because crows were abundant in the area, the Japanese changed the name to 烏山, meaning "bird mountain." This name has been retained to this day even as a surname in India. '' Suwon-Munsan Expressway


Pori

fax hours price content Viikkari, or the 5th district, consists solely of old wooden buildings. There's nothing to see in particular, but the area has a unique "bohemian" character and is best enjoyed by just walking around. Located alongside the eastern border of the city center, it's a popular location to live for local artists and underground musicians as well. Do * Commons:Pori


South San Francisco, California

as the number one "Hero of 2006". Link has also appeared in multiple GameFAQs "Character Battle" contests and is the only character to have won more than once.


Scranton, Pennsylvania

. The company's prominent television and web ads feature the recognizable "Empire Man" character. Scranton (Scranton, Pennsylvania) is the sixth largest city in the state and the county seat of Lackawanna County. Jews settled there when the city was still called Harrison or Slocum's Hollow, the present name having been given to the city about 1850. The first Jew to hold public office was Joseph Rosenthal, who was Scranton's first, and for a long time its only, policeman


Nablus

in the mid-1930s, their previous "picturesque" character was lost. During British rule, Nablus emerged as a site of local resistance and the Old City quarter of Qaryun was demolished by the British during the 1936–1939 Arab revolt in Palestine. Doumani, 1995, Chapter: Family, Culture, and Trade. Jewish immigration (Aliyah) did not significantly impact the demographic composition of Nablus, and it was slated for inclusion in the Arab state


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