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Fort Collins, Colorado

. The colony thrived and expanded, attracting other homesteaders to the area. The religious nature of the colony was not agreeable to all the settlers, however, a portion of whom spread out to other nearby lands in the area (see Jacob Flowers, for example). During the 1870s the colony was particularly known for its heavy use of irrigation, with one visitor reporting that nearly every person in the cooperative was involved in the maintaining of at least one irrigation ditch. Two years later in 1872, the success of the colony inspired some of its officers to found the Fort Collins Agricultural Colony upstream on the Poudre River at Fort Collins (Fort Collins, Colorado). The city of Greeley was later incorporated in 1886. Meeker, the founder of the colony, was killed by Ute (Ute Tribe)s at the Meeker Massacre in western Colorado in 1879. '''Arapaho National Forest''' is a National Forest (United States National Forest) located in north-central Colorado, United States. The facility is managed jointly with the Roosevelt National Forest and the Pawnee National Grassland from the United States Forest Service office in Fort Collins, Colorado. The combined facility of 1,730,603 acres (2,704.07 sq mi, or 7,420.35 km²) is denoted as '''ARP''' ('''A'''rapaho, '''R'''oosevelt, '''P'''awnee) by the Forest Service. Separately, '''Arapaho National Forest''' consists of 723,744 acres (1,130.85 sq mi, or 2,928.89 km²). Table 6 - NFS Acreage by State, Congressional District and County - United States Forest Service - September 30, 2007 Pornography career Ireland returned to Colorado to continue college partially in Boulder, Colorado, partially in Fort Collins, Colorado, and began to dance in a Fort Collins strip club. One of her first female lovers was a waitress at the same club who would become the pornographic actress Juli Ashton. '''Pawnee National Grassland''' is a United States National Grassland located in northeastern Colorado on the Colorado Eastern Plains. The grassland is located in the South Platte River basin in remote northern and extreme northeastern Weld County (Weld County, Colorado) between Greeley (Greeley, Colorado) and Sterling (Sterling, Colorado). It comprises two parcels totalling 193,060 acres (301.66 sq mi, or 781.29 km²) largely between State Highway 14 (Colorado State Highway 14) and the Wyoming border. The larger eastern parcel lies adjacent to the borders of both Nebraska and Wyoming. It is administered in conjunction with the Arapaho (Arapaho National Forest)-Roosevelt National Forest from the U.S. Forest Service office in Fort Collins, Colorado, with a local ranger (National Park Ranger) district office in Greeley. '''State Highway 1''' is a state highway in the U.S. state of Colorado. Approximately Falcon Heene, a 6-year-old boy from Fort Collins (w:Fort Collins, Colorado) in the US (United States) state of Colorado, has been found safe and unharmed after earlier reports said he boarded an experimental balloon the family was building and then floated away. The Larimer County (w:Larimer County, Colorado) sheriff announced during a press conference at 6:11 p.m. that Heene was found hiding inside a box in the family's attic above the garage.


of the royal court; according to Hans Mayer, due to the religious nature of many of the canons, it can be considered both a ''parlement'' and an ecclesiastical synod. The resulting agreement between the patriarch and the king was a concordat, similar to the Concordat of Worms two years later. Hans E. Mayer, "The Concordat of Nablus" (Journal of Ecclesiastical History 33 (October 1982)), pp. 531-533. Canons 1-3 deal with tithes to the church

Ming dynasty

the Jiajing Emperor (r. 1521–67) persecuted Buddhism in favor of Daoism at court Wylie (2003), 470. Wang & Nyima (1997), 1–40. Others argue that the significant religious nature of the relationship with Tibetan lamas is underrepresented in modern scholarship. Norbu (2001), 52. Kolmaš, 32. Others note the Ming need for Central Asian horses and the need to maintain the tea-horse trade (Tibet during the Ming dynasty#Tribute and exchanging tea for horses). Wang & Nyima (1997), 39–40. Sperling (2003), 474–5, 478. Perdue (2000), 273. Kolmaš, 28–9. The Ming sporadically sent armed forays into Tibet during the 14th century, which the Tibetans successfully resisted. Langlois (1988), 139, 161. Geiss (1988), 417–8. Several scholars point out that unlike preceding Mongols, the Ming dynasty did not garrison permanent troops in Tibet. Ebrey (1999), 227. Wang & Nyima (1997), 38. The Wanli Emperor (r. 1572–1620) attempted to reestablish Sino-Tibetan relations in the wake of a Mongol-Tibetan alliance (History of Tibet#The origin of the title of 'Dalai Lama') initiated in 1578, an alliance which affected the foreign policy of the subsequent Manchu Qing dynasty (1644–1912) in their support for the Dalai Lama of the Yellow Hat (Gelug) sect. Kolmaš, 30–1. Goldstein (1997), 8. The Ming Biographical Dictionary (1976), 23. By the late 16th century, the Mongols proved to be successful armed protectors of the Yellow Hat Dalai Lama after their increasing presence in the Amdo region, culminating in Güshi Khan's (1582–1655) conquest of Tibet in 1642 (Tibet during the Ming dynasty#Civil war and Güshi Khan). Kolmaš, 34–5. Goldstein (1997), 6–9. Reign of the Yongle Emperor , 1521–1556) was a Ming dynasty scholar. A native of Shunde (顺德) in Guangdong province, he completed the Jinshi (进士) level of the Imperial Examination in 1550. He was involved in two well known poetry circles "The Latter Five Poets of the Southern Garden" (南园后五子), and "The Seven Masters" (后七子). His most famous work is Lántīng Cúngǎo (兰汀存稿) (also known as Bǐbùjí 比部集). The short section is featured with historical Tung Chung Battery, a military coastal defence in Ming dynasty. It runs along the a river Ma Wan Chung and ends in Chung Yan Road. thumb Once you have acquired the skills (File:Qi jiguang.JPG), you must test them on an opponent, but in no way should you consider victory or submission to be a cause for shame or pride. '''Qi Jiguang (w:Qi Jiguang)''' (simplified Chinese (w:Simplified Chinese): 戚继光; traditional Chinese (w:Traditional Chinese) 戚繼光; 12 November 1528 – 5 January 1588) was a Ming dynasty (w:Ming dynasty) Chinese military general who defended China against wokou (w:wokou) pirates and reinforced the Great Wall (w:Great Wall of China) against Mongol (w:Mongols) incursions. He authored several military manuals which have been widely read in China, Korea, and Japan.


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the Bible, from the Book of Proverbs, or from the Book of Qine, an anthology of proverbs and love poems. Subject matter includes the futility of life, the inevitability of death, saints, mores, morality, prayer, and praises to God. A song can last a few minutes to several hours depending on the text and the persistence of the player. Though many texts are of a religious nature, the instrument is not used in the Ethiopian Orthodox (Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church) church


is immense. The Nehru gallery of Indian art, opened in 1991, contains art from about 500 BC to the 19th century. There is an extensive collection of sculpture, mainly of a religious nature, Hindu, Buddhist and Jain. The gallery is richly endowed with art of the Mughal Empire, including fine portraits of the emperors and other paintings and drawings, jade wine cups and gold spoons inset with emeralds, diamonds and rubies, also from this period are parts of buildings

Columbus, Ohio

, Ohio, United States, approximately sixty miles east of the state capital of Columbus (Columbus, Ohio). Founded in 1837, Muskingum University is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA), although since the 1960s the school's religious nature has significantly diminished. School colors are black and magenta and the school's mascot is the “Fighting Muskie” (the muskellunge, the largest member of the pike family). The school's motto is ''"Omni, Trinum, Perfectum


; Concerned about its corporate image and his risque personality, management told Stern to avoid discussions of a sexual and religious nature. Within his first month at the station, Stern


symbolize either royal stature or a religious nature ( ). As such, the 2-winged icon could represent either the sun as a god, or God as a light, and the 4-winged icon could represent a dung beetle (scarab (scarab (artifact))). The latter symbol was popularized in Egypt and was associated


the entirety of Poland. Religious nature of the war The Saxon Wars can be considered religious, in that Charlemagne proclaimed it a war to convert the pagans of Saxony to Christianity, reminiscent of the later crusades. Although it was never formally proclaimed a crusade, it has been suggested that the Saxon wars were the main inspiration for the later proclamation of crusades against Islam, and certainly against pagan states such as Lithuania. The Saxon Wars also led to a domino effect of pagan states in Central Europe, such as Poland converting to Christianity '''Rafał Kalinowski''', O.C.D. (Discalced Carmelites) ( WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland

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