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Kairouan

and Almoravids (Almoravid dynasty) came into power, and the record shows demands made that the local Christians of Tunis to convert to Islam. We still have reports of Christian inhabitants and a bishop in the city of Kairouan around 1150 AD - a significant report, since this city was founded by Arab Muslims around 680 AD as their administrative center after their conquest. A letter in Catholic Church archives from the 14th century shows that there were still four bishoprics left

fundamentalist regimes of the Almohads (Almohad dynasty) and Almoravids (Almoravid dynasty) came into power, and the record shows demands made that the local Christians of Tunis to convert to Islam. We still have reports of Christian inhabitants and a bishop in the city of Kairouan around 1150 AD - a significant report, since this city was founded by Arab Muslims around 680 AD as their administrative center after their conquest. A letter in Catholic Church archives from the 14th century


Hermosillo

), and this date had been used by others since then. However, the baptismal record shows that this was incorrect (Iglesia Católica, 1835). Also, in the initial newspaper article released by Ramón Corral in Sonora's official State newspaper ''La Constitución'' (Corral, 1887), José Maria Leiva's father is identified as Fernando Leiva (born about 1816 at Huirivis, Sonora), and his mother as Juana Maria Peres (born about 1817 at Potam, Sonora), as does the baptismal record. However, in the biography of Cajemé later published by Corral (1959 1900 ), Corral calls José's father "Francisco," and this name has continued to be used since then. - 1974 (1974 in baseball) Wikipedia:Hermosillo Dmoz:Regional North America Mexico States Sonora Localities Hermosillo Commons:Category:Hermosillo


Sonora

word "Pitiahaquím," meaning "place surrounded by streams"), and currently called Hermosillo. Although his foremost biographer, Ramón Corral, had stated that Cajemé was born in 1837 (Corral, 1959 1900 ), and this date had been used by others since then. However, the baptismal record shows that this was incorrect (Iglesia Católica, 1835). Also, in the initial newspaper article released by Ramón Corral in Sonora's official State newspaper ''La Constitución'' (Corral, 1887), José Maria Leiva's father is identified as Fernando Leiva (born about 1816 at Huirivis, Sonora), and his mother as Juana Maria Peres (born about 1817 at Potam, Sonora), as does the baptismal record. However, in the biography of Cajemé later published by Corral (1959 1900 ), Corral calls José's father "Francisco," and this name has continued to be used since then. At the age of 14, José accompanied his father Fernando, and others from Sonora, in the 1849 "Gold Rush" (California Gold Rush) to Upper California, and returned to Sonora about two years later, having learned English (English Language), as well as having his first experience in defending himself against armed conflict (Corral, 1959 1900 ). His father evidently did well in the gold fields, as José was enrolled in an exclusive private school, the only school at the time in Guaymas, and one of only 20 schools in the State of Sonora (Molina, 1983). This was the Colegio Sonora operated by Cayetano Navarro, Prefect of Guaymas. José subsequently learned to read and write Spanish (Spanish language). Interestingly, Corral does correctly state that Cajemé was 16 to 18 years of age during his time in school, reflecting the 1835 date of his birth (Corral, 1959 1900 ). The '''Gulf of California''' (also known as the '''Sea of Cortez''' or '''Sea of Cortés''' or '''Vermilion Sea'''; locally known in the Spanish language as '''Mar de Cortés''' or '''Mar Bermejo''' or '''Golfo de California''') is a body of water that separates the Baja California Peninsula from the Mexican (Mexico) mainland. It is bordered by the states (States of Mexico) of Baja California, Baja California Sur, Sonora, and Sinaloa with a coastline of approximately


Guangzhou

or earlier. A record shows that the renowned Long Family in the prosperous neighbouring Shunde county (of the Qinghui Garden fame, and the family was active in the 18th and 19th centuries), used sweet and sour pork to test the skills of their family chefs. It spread to the United States in the early 20th century after the Chinese migrant goldminers and railroad workers turned to cookery as trades. The original meaning of the American term chop suey refers to sweet and sour pork. Chan Mun-yan, The Source of Cantonese Cuisine, Food and Drink World Publications Co, Hong Kong, 1988 In 1804, the United States Mint unofficially ended production of silver dollars Bowers, p. 431. because many of the coins produced since that denomination had first been struck in 1794 were exported to Eastern Asia, especially Canton (Guangzhou) (modern day Guangzhou), for their silver content. Bowers, p. 432. In 1806, then Secretary of State (United States Secretary of State) James Madison issued an order officially halting mintage of the coins. In 1831, Mint Director (Director of the United States Mint) Samuel Moore (Samuel Moore (congressman)) noticed a reversal; a large shipment of Spanish dollars had recently been shipped from Canton to the United States. Later that year, Moore requested President Andrew Jackson via the Treasury (United States Treasury) to lift the prohibition on dollar coin production. The Treasury responded on April 18 that Jackson had approved the request. Life Ching was born in Guangzhou, China on 3 December 1949. He was educated in St. Paul's College, Hong Kong, and graduated from Hong Kong University in 1973 with a degree in Economics. When the Treaty of Nanking opened up China to British traders, Sassoon developed his textile operations into a profitable triangular trade: Indian yarn and opium were carried to China, where he bought goods which were sold in Britain, from where he obtained Lancashire cotton products (Textile manufacture during the Industrial Revolution). He sent his son Elias David Sassoon to Canton (Guangzhou), where he was the first Jewish trader (with 24 Parsi rivals). In 1845 David Sassoon & Sons opened an office in what would soon become Shanghai's British concession (Shanghai International Settlement), and it became the firm's second hub of operations. Jiang Gui was born in mainland China. As a young man, he was influenced by the May Fourth Movement (1919) and joined the Kuomintang at age 18 in Guangzhou. He married at age 29, and attended college in Beijing. In 1937 he joined the Chinese army as an officer, and served for eight years in the war against Japan in the Northern campaign (Hebei, Henan, Anhui). His mother and adopted mother were both killed by the Communists in 1945. He moved to Taiwan with the Kuomintang in 1948. 1995 saw her concert tour "Wei Wei and the World" - a tour in the major cities of mainland China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Kunming. * Dalian (Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport) * Guangzhou (Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport) * Guilin ( Guilin Liangjiang International Airport) date 1927 place Guangzhou, Republic of China (Republic of China (1912–1949)) coordinates The '''Guangzhou Uprising''' ( WikiPedia:Guangzhou Dmoz:Regional Asia China Guangdong Guangzhou


Belarus

isotope record shows the warming identified with the Allerød to be after about 14,100 BP and before about 12,900 BP. C-14 dates from an excavation on the shore of Lake Neuchatel, Switzerland, furnish a date of 14,000 BP, calibrated, for the start of the Allerød. Pollen cores from Berezina plain, Belarus, give 11,800-10,900 BP uncal. Various researchers have similar ranges: 12,000-11,000, 11,700-11,000, etc. They all seem to roughly concur. The interstadial ended abruptly with a cold


Saudi Arabia

that the Bush Administration employed periodically during the run-up to the Iraq war is that deposing Saddam Hussein and installing a democratic government in Iraq would promote democracy in other Middle Eastern countries. Wright, Steven. ''The United States and Persian Gulf Security: The Foundations of the War on Terror'', Ithaca Press, 2007 ISBN 978-0863723216


Venezuela

than a bay or lagoon, and at 13,210 km² it would be the largest lake in South America. The geological record shows that it has been a true lake in the past, and as such is one of the oldest lakes on Earth at 20-36 million years old. Lake Profile: Maracaibo. ''LakeNet.'' Maracaibo, Lake. ''The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition.'' In 1979, he won four fights, including one over Julio C. Saba knocked out in eight rounds in Buenos Aires. Solis continued on his travels in 1980. He retained the Latin American title with a 12th round knockout of future world title challenger Edgar Roman in Venezuela, won a fight in South Africa, and challenged the WBA Bantamweight champion Jorge Luján in Miami (Miami, Florida) on 29 August, winning on points. *''Leopardus pardalis albescens'', eastern Mexico, southern Texas *''Leopardus pardalis melanurus'', Venezuela, Guyana, Trinidad *''Leopardus pardalis mitis'', Argentina, Paraguay The ocelot is distributed extensively over South America, Central America, and Mexico. They have been reported as far north as Texas, and as far east as Trinidad and Barbados in the Caribbean. http: www.bucknell.edu msw3 browse.asp?id 14000107 http: www.theanimalfiles.com mammals carnivores ocelot.html Trinidad. Paria Springs. Retrieved on 2011-09-15. Countries in this range are: Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Nicaragua, Suriname, United States and Venezuela. The cat is likely extinct in Uruguay.


Sri Lanka

most of Lanka (Sri Lanka), Vengi, Kalinga, etc. and the relations with overseas domains despite a series of revolts in the territory. Rajadhiraja Chola’s record shows that he was a born fighter who was very capable of maintaining a vast and expansive empire with territories even outside the shores of India. He was a great warrior who always led from the front. His life is a testimony to a king who fought his own wars standing shoulder to shoulder with his men on front lines. He performed


Switzerland

man, so plenty of inspirations''. Europe Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom The Greenland Oxygen isotope record shows the warming identified with the Allerød to be after about 14,100 BP and before about 12,900 BP. C-14 dates from


Ukraine

the Vienna bet ha-midrash was founded, he was chosen as teacher of the Bible and Midrash. Later he was hired as a professor in the Israelitisch-Theologische Lehranstalt. Among his students there was Solomon Schechter. The archaeological record shows that the population of the Gothic Wielbark culture (Poland) had indeed moved and settled in the Ukraine and mixed with the previous populations of the Zarubintsy culture, where they formed the Chernyakhov culture. This cultural movement is identified as the migration of the Goths from Gothiscandza to Oium, but not all scholars find the evidence compelling. Commons:Category:Ukraine WikiPedia:Ukraine Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine


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