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Omdurman

** Omdurman Ahlia High School ** Mohammed Hussien High School ** Omdurman High School ** Wadi Saydna High School- one of famous historical high schools in Sudan Public universities are: *Karary University *Omdurman Islamic University * University of the Holy Quran and Islamic Sciences


Ny-Ålesund

. The entire town remains owned and operated by Kings Bay, which provides services to visiting scientists. Representatives for the participating institutes meet in the Ny-Ålesund Science Managers Committee (NySMAC) twice per year. NySMAC's main goals are to distribute information on existing research and plan future research.<


Redditch

) borough of Macclesfield . No firm proposals of this sort appear in the White Paper. Reportedly, this had been the subject of an internal dispute within the government.


Khartoum

Universities Public universities in Khartoum are: *Al-Neelain University, *Al Zaiem Alazhari University, *Bahri University, formally Juba University before the separation and Juba University returned to the South. *Omdurman Islamic University, * International University


Bakersfield, California

, Oakland (Oakland, California), Inglewood (Inglewood, California) and San Francisco in the top 10 most liberal American cities; and Bakersfield (Bakersfield, California) and Orange (Orange, California) in the top 10 most conservative cities.


Youngstown, Ohio

bc0e47f8b5264010VgnVCM100000880a260aRCRD publisher Nielsen Media Research title Sampling the Population date September 23, 2006 accessdate 2007-11-20 archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20070425220310 http: www.nielsenmedia.com nc portal site Public menuitem.55dc65b4a7d5adff3f65936147a062a0 ?vgnextoid bc0e47f8b5264010VgnVCM100000880a260aRCRD archivedate 2012-11-22 The market is served by stations affiliated with major American networks including: WFMJ-TV (channel 21, NBC), WYTV (channel 33, ABC (American Broadcasting Company)), WYFX-LD (channel 17 62 & 27.2 on WKBN-DT2, Fox (Fox Broadcasting Company)), WKBN-TV (channel 27, CBS), MY-YTV (WYTV-DT2) (channel 33.2, MNTV (My Network TV)), and WBCB (WFMJ-DT2) (channel 21.2, The CW (The CW Television Network)). WFMJ-TV and its digital subchannel WBCB are both locally owned & operated by the Maag family, owners of ''The Vindicator''. The rest of Youngstown's commercial television stations are either owned and operated by New Vision Television or operated by NVT through a shared services agreement. Western Reserve Public Media airs on channel 45 (WNEO) from Alliance, Ohio, and channel 49 (WEAO) from Akron is a member of PBS (Public Broadcasting Service). Youngstown is served by 37 different radio stations in the metropolitan area making it the 119th largest radio market in the United States. After graduating from Youngstown's East High School (East High School (Youngstown, Ohio)), Battisti served as an army combat engineer in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was later commissioned as an officer in military intelligence. Upon his return from Europe, he studied law at Ohio State University and Harvard Law School. He was born in the village of Brier Hill, now part of Youngstown, Ohio, an industrial town located near the Pennsylvania border. Beede was born in Youngstown, Ohio, United States, a steel-manufacturing center located near the Pennsylvania border. He attended the city's South High School, where he was class president and played football. In his senior year, Beede received a football scholarship to Newberry College, in South Carolina. He later transferred to Pittsburgh's Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie Mellon University), where he studied structural engineering and played football. Early years Dove was born in Youngstown, Ohio, United States, a steel-production center located near the Pennsylvania border. Dove was a three-year starter at the city's South High School from 1936–38; and he was selected as an all-city player by the ''Youngstown Vindicator'' (the local daily paper) in his final year.


Basra

*Ismail I, founded the Safavid Shia state in Azerbaijan in 1502, and had incorporated all of Iran by 1509. *Shah ‘Abbas I (Abbas I of Persia), defeated the Uzbeks after 10 years of constant warfare at the battle of Herat in 1597. In 1603 he took Baghdad and in 1605 Basra from the Ottomans and by 1611 Shirvan and Kurdistan as well. In 1602, he expelled the Portuguese (Portuguese people) from Bahrain. In 1615, he killed more than 60,000 Georgians and deported a further 100,000 in Tblisi after a rebellion. A united army of the Turks (Turkish people) and Tatars was completely defeated near Sultanieh in 1618. In 1622 he took the island of Hormuz (Hormuz Island) from the Portuguese (Portuguese people): much of the trade was diverted to the town of Bandar 'Abbas. The Persian Gulf was now a Persian Domain. *Nadir Shah Afshar (Nader Shah), rose to power during a period of anarchy in Persia after a rebellion by Afghans (Pashtun people) and both the Ottomans and the Russians had seized Persian territory for themselves. Nader reunited the Persian realm and removed the invaders. He became so powerful that he decided to depose the last members of the Safavid dynasty, which had ruled Persia for over 200 years, and become shah himself in 1736. His campaigns created a great Iranian Empire. In 1738 conquered Kandahar. Invaded the Mughal Empire and He defeated the Mughal army at the Battle of Karnal in February 1739, he was assassinated in 1747. The British proposed a treaty with the Ottoman Empire in 1913 to establish Kuwait as an autonomous kaza. It was a district of the vilayet of Basra. The treaty was never ratified due to the outbreak of World War I. In 1990 Iraq made claims upon Kuwaiti territory, and insisted that the borders had never been properly delimited by the British in 1951. see Richard Schofield, Kuwait and Iraq: Historical Claims and Territorial. Disputes, London: Royal Institute of International Affairs 1991, ISBN 0-905031-35-0 and The Kuwait Crisis: Basic Documents, By E. Lauterpacht, C. J. Greenwood, Marc Weller, Published by Cambridge University Press, 1991, ISBN 0-521-46308-4 Following the death of Husayn, Ibn al-Zubayr, although remaining in Mecca, was associated with two opposition movements, one centered in Medina and the other around Kharijites in Basra and Arabia. In 683, Yazid dispatched an army to subdue both. This army suppressed the Medinese opposition at the Battle of al-Harra, and continued on to lay siege to Mecca. At some point during the siege, the Kaaba was badly damaged in a fire. The destruction of the Kaaba became a major cause for censure of the Umayyads


Food and Drug Administration

to the period prior to metal removal." A paper published as part of a 1991 National Institutes of Health conference on side-effects of dental restorative materials reported a 22.53% incidence of allergy in subjects who had amalgam fillings for more than five years.

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NASA

clouds (see satellite picture) which produce snow showers. The temperature decrease with height and cloud depth are directly affected by both the water temperature and the large-scale environment. The stronger the temperature decrease with height, the deeper the clouds get, and the greater the precipitation rate becomes.

''' is a complex of industrial research and development facilities located on a

authorlink coauthors Weitz Research title Historical resources survey and assessment of the NASA facility at the Santa Susana Field Laboratory, Simi Valley, California publisher NASA date March, 2009 pages 1-1 url http: ssfl.msfc.nasa.gov documents historical NASA_Historic_Resources_Survey_2009.pdf accessdate January 25, 2010 portion of the Southern California Simi Hills in Simi Valley, California, used mainly for the testing


Southampton

; In 2005 the Government Statistics stated that Southampton was the third most densely populated city in the country after London and Portsmouth respectively.


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