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San Rafael, California

at Tarpan Studios, San Rafael (San Rafael, California); Lighthouse Studios, Goodnight L. A., Soundcastle Recording Studio, Los Angeles; Fantasy Studios, Berkeley (Berkeley, California); and Manzanita Studios, Arrington, Tennessee Genre Rock (Rock music) Early life Carré Otis was born in San Francisco (San Francisco, California), and raised in Marin County, California along with her older sister Chrisse and her younger brother Jordan. She attended San


Blackpool

flew into the hill in cloud, without serious injury to the crew. The last crash occurred in October 1968 when a Cessna 172 force-landed between Winter Hill and Rivington Pike. alias origin Blackpool, England genre Post-punk Alternative dance Electro (Electro (music)) Electronic (Electronic music) Alternative rock Early recordings 1977


Leicester

rock Early years (1966–1969) Family formed in Late 1966 in Leicester, England from the remaining members of a group that was previously known as The Farinas 45 RPM - Family biography and later The Roaring Sixties, whose sound was grounded in R&B (rhythm and blues). Strange


Austin, Texas

origin Austin, Texas, United States genre Alternative rock, art rock, indie rock, progressive rock, post-hardcore, noise rock (early) '''…And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead''' (often abbreviated as '''Trail of Dead''') is an American alternative rock band from Austin (Austin, Texas), Texas. The chief creative members of the band are Jason Reece and Conrad Keely (formerly Conrad Sobsamai). The two switch between drumming, guitar


Liverpool

; * City of London, England, SPQL Cityoflondon.gov.uk alias The Iveys (1961-1969) origin Swansea, Wales; Liverpool, England genre Rock (Rock music), pop (Pop music), power pop, pop rock, hard rock Early life Guyler was born in Wallasey on the Wirral Peninsula, and raised

''Fated'', set in his hometown of Liverpool, as well as in episodes of ''Midsomer Murders'' and ''The Bill'' in 2007. DATE OF BIRTH 18 January 1952 PLACE OF BIRTH Liverpool, Lancashire, England DATE OF DEATH alias Nightmares in Wax origin Liverpool, England genre Post-punk Gothic rock (early) Dance-pop Eurobeat Dance-rock ref>


Indianapolis

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Stockholm

In 2000-2004, seven trains were operated by Linx (Linx (railway company)) on the lines Oslo-Gothenburg-Malmö-Copenhagen and Oslo-Stockholm. Linx was a joint venture between SJ and its Norwegian (Norway) counterpart NSB (Norwegian State Railways). It was wound up when SJ wanted to move the trains to more profitable lines in Sweden. Low-fares airlines also played a part in siphoning off passengers from the comparatively slow Linx services, the main ones taking well in excess of three hours. Impact on the railway thumb An SJ X 2000 used for a direct connection between Stockholm (Image:X2000.jpg), Sweden and Copenhagen, Denmark across the Øresund Bridge. Picture taken at Hovedbanegården, Copenhagen Central Station, in September 2005 In 1830, the first moderate drinking society was started in Stockholm. A few decades later, the first fully-fledged temperance organisation (Temperance movement) was formed. Private gain from selling alcohol was strongly criticised by these groups, and this opinion was embraced by doctors (Physician) and members of the Church of Sweden. In 1850, alcohol began to be regulated by the state (Sovereign state). In the city of Falun, a state organisation was created whose job it was to regulate all alcohol sales in the city and make sure it was being done responsibly. Personal life Schenkenberg lives in New York (New York City) and Los Angeles and also has an apartment in Stockholm. He is fluent in five languages: Swedish (Swedish language), English (English language), Dutch (Dutch language), French (French language) and Italian (Italian language) "Interview on Australia's current affairs show" and understands German. " ''Leona Lewis

the distillery on Reimersholme outside the city limits. He sold his products from the Fjäderholm Islands where he had boats commuting to serve purified spirits to the people of Stockholm. birth_date birth_place Stockholm, Sweden genre Heavy metal (Heavy metal music), hard rock, glam metal, country rock Early life Before becoming the artist Joey Tempest, Joakim Larsson learned how to play the piano and the guitar. He played


Buenos Aires

2007. background group_or_band origin Buenos Aires, Lanús, Argentina genre Pop rock, rock (rock music), psychedelic rock, alternative rock, Funk rock (early) 90% of German Latin American emigrants in the 19th century went to the three Cono Sur (Southern Cone) countries: Argentina, Uruguay and Chile. In the last third of the century emigration to Argentina increased after the "Heydtschen Reskript" (1859) made emigration to Brazil harder. In the 1880s and 1890s German emigration to Latin America grew and in some years was the destination of up to 30% of German emigrants. During the Nazi period - until the ban on emigration came into effect in 1941 - some 100,000 Jews from Central Europe, the vast majority of which were German speaking, moved to South America with 90% of these moving to the Cono Sur. From the start of the 20th century until 1946 80% of Jews lived in Europe but by the end of World War II this was reduced to 25%, however after the war over 50% of Jews now lived in the Americas. This change was aided by Jewish emigration groups such as the Hilfsverein deutschsprechender Juden (later to become Asociación Filantrópica Israelita) which was based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The majority of German minorities (German minority) in Latin America - as well as elsewhere around the world - experienced a decline in the use of the German language. The main cause of this decrease is the integration of communities, often originally sheltered, into the dominant society, and then modernisation after assimilation into society which confronts all immigrant groups. There are about 500,000 German speakers and around 320,000 Volga-Germans alone, of which 200,000 hold German citizenship. This makes Argentina one of the countries with the largest number of German speakers and is second only in Latin America to Brazil. In the 1930s there were about 700,000 people of German descent. OLAF GAUDIG y PETER VEIT - Freie Universität Berlin Regional concentrations can be found in the provinces of Entre Ríos (Entre Ríos Province) and Buenos Aires (with around 500,000 - 600,000) as well as Misiones (Misiones Province) and in the general area of the Chaco and the Pampas. - 1. 16 August 2000 Estadio Monumental (Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti), Buenos Aires, Argentina Commons:Category:Buenos Aires Wikipedia:Buenos Aires Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina Provinces Buenos Aires City


Manila

;Alternative metal '''Current material:''' Pop-punk Post-hardcore Emo Alternative rock Early life and career Magsaysay Jr. was born in Manila to former President Ramón Magsaysay and Luz Banzon (Luz Magsaysay). He was 15 when his father was elected president (President of the Philippines) and was 18 when his father died in a plane crash (1957 Cebu Douglas C-47 crash) in Cebu (Cebu Province). He graduated in De La Salle College (De La Salle University-Manila) in Manila where he earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He pursued post-graduate studies in 1962 at Harvard School of Business Administration (Harvard University) in Boston, Massachusetts, and spent another year in New York University Graduate School of Business Administration (New York University). In 1960 he worked as an engineer trainee at Procter and Gamble Philippines. From 1961 to 1962, he was a supervising engineer for operations for Caltex Philippines. Early life and career Magsaysay Jr. was born in Manila to former President Ramón Magsaysay and Luz Banzon (Luz Magsaysay). He was 15 when his father was elected president (President of the Philippines) and was 18 when his father died in a plane crash (1957 Cebu Douglas C-47 crash) in Cebu (Cebu Province). He graduated in De La Salle College (De La Salle University-Manila) in Manila where he earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He pursued post-graduate studies in 1962 at Harvard School of Business Administration (Harvard University) in Boston, Massachusetts, and spent another year in New York University Graduate School of Business Administration (New York University). In 1960 he worked as an engineer trainee at Procter and Gamble Philippines. From 1961 to 1962, he was a supervising engineer for operations for Caltex Philippines. Early life and career Mitra was born inside the Iwahig Penal Colony in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan (Puerto Princesa) to Ramon P. Mitra y Mariño and Purification Villarosa. He attended public school for elementary education and took his secondary education in San Beda College, Manila. He finished his Liberal Arts degree in Baguio City and obtained his Bachelor of Laws in San Beda. After hostilities ''Berrien'' returned to the Pacific and headed to Manila, then to Aomori (Aomori, Aomori), Japan as part of the initial allied landings in northern Honshū. From there, she steamed north to Otaru, in Hokkaidō, northernmost of the main Japanese home islands, for another initial landing on Nippon soil. At this point, the crew was asked if they wished to take part in the Bikini Atoll tests. There were not enough volunteers to man the ship, so she received orders to sail from Otaru into Tokyo Bay to load up with Marines (United States Marines) and sailors returning to their homes in the states. She docked in Seattle, Wa. where she received many new crew members to replace ones going home, and a new captain. She returned to the Orient and was in Shanghai, China on the Huangpu River in February, 1946. She returned to the States shortly after. She had 166 plank owners, and of 321 enlisted, 173 were with her from commissioning, and 20 of the 31 officers. Shortly after entering the Augustinian Convent (San Agustin Church, Manila) in historic Intramuros, Manila, he studied at the University of Santo Tomas, Manila's royal and pontifical university, where he obtained his ecclesiastical degrees (BA classical, Ph.B., STB, and STL, all cum laude). He earned his M.A. in comparative literature from the University of the Philippines and had completed required units toward a Ph.D. in comparative literature from a state university in the central Philippines but did not submit a thesis to be conferred the degree. Shortly after his ordination to the priesthood, he briefly served as a missionary in Peru. After a passage that included a variety of drills and exercises and a five-day layover at Guam for a short availability, ''Badger'' reached Manila on 16 May 1983. Underway again on short notice, leaving behind some 52 men who had been on leave and liberty at the time of her sailing, she carried out surprise ASW operations west of Subic Bay between the 18th and the 20th, retrieving four of her men via the aircraft carrier WikiPedia:Manila Commons:Category:Manila Dmoz:Regional Asia Philippines Regions National Capital Region City of Manila


Puerto Rico

; Frank, Ganz, 2005. p. 9 Santiago soon introduced his new roommate to 1970s punk (Punk rock#Early history) and the music of David Bowie. He later recalled their time


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