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Canadian Wheat Board

the United States (and a few subsequent cases) and the high American agricultural subsidies. Concerns in Canada also run high over aspects of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) such as Chapter 11. In the meantime, Reid's government took a number of policy initiatives. It passed legislation authorizing the government purchase of cattle from farmers who could no longer afford feed, and worked out a cost-sharing agreement with the federal government


Old Toronto

File:Second market in York (Toronto).jpg Market & first city hall File:Toronto City Hall 1868.jpg Second City Hall, 1868 File:Municipal and County Buildings Toronto July 1887.jpg Plan, third city hall, 1899 City politics In 1998, the six municipalities comprising Metropolitan Toronto – East York, Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough (Scarborough, Ontario), York (York, Ontario), and the former City of Toronto (Old Toronto) – and its regional government (Metropolitan Toronto) were amalgamated (amalgamation (politics)) into a single City of Toronto (colloquially dubbed the "megacity (megacity#Canada)") by an act of the provincial government (Government of Ontario). This was despite a municipal referendum in 1997 that was overwhelmingly against amalgamation. Subsequently, Mel Lastman defeated Barbara Hall to become the first elected mayor of the megacity.


Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

of Mad Cow disease (Bovine spongiform encephalopathy) was discovered in 2003 in cows from the United States (and a few subsequent cases) and the high American agricultural subsidies. Concerns in Canada also run high over aspects of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) such as Chapter 11. Canada In 2003, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) rejected a Canadian Cable Telecommunications Association (CCTA


Niagara Falls, New York

The Seneca make use of their independent reservation status to sell gasoline and cigarettes tax free and run high-stakes bingo (Bingo (US)) operations. The Seneca's have also opened several Indian casinos, the Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls, New York and one in Salamanca, New York (Salamanca (city), New York). In 2007 the Seneca (Seneca nation) opened a third, in Buffalo, the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino.


Dakar

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Montgomery, Alabama

; in Lynchburg (Lynchburg, Virginia), Virginia; Montgomery (Montgomery, Alabama), Alabama; and North Carolina before his family in 1970 settled in northern Virginia. He attended Broad Run High School in Ashburn, Virginia, graduating in 1973, and went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication arts from James Madison University in 1978. Early history In 1976, Chapman played with a rock (Rock music) and pop (Pop music) group called "Harmony" in Montgomery, Alabama, effectively replacing Tommy Shaw who had just left to join Styx (Styx (band)). She played acoustic guitar and piano as well as providing vocals for the group in a locally-popular bowling alley bar called Kegler's Kove and has returned to play in the area on an infrequent basis ever since. 1976 band Harmony featuring Beth Nielsen Chapman including song samples His minor league career continued with teams in Milwaukee (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), Mobile (Mobile, Alabama), New Orleans (New Orleans, Louisiana), Dallas and Montgomery (Montgomery, Alabama) until he suffered a broken leg in 1912. He briefly played with teams in Chattanooga and Brunswick in 1913 before retiring as a player. After managing an Austin (Austin, Texas) team in 1914, he began umpiring, in the Texas League in 1915–16 and the Southern Association in 1917. WTSU (WTSU (FM)) Montgomery (Montgomery, Alabama) to Florida state line. - It covers central Alabama including the Montgomery (Montgomery, Alabama), Auburn (Auburn, Alabama)-Opelika (Opelika, Alabama), and Dothan (Dothan, Alabama) metropolitan areas. The original territory for 334 included the southern half of Alabama. Area code 251 was subsequently split from 334 in 2001 for southwest Alabama, including Mobile (Mobile, Alabama). During his tenure in Montgomery he warned of the dangers of Irish (Irish American) immigration to the United States and the accompanying growth of Catholicism in a book, ''Our Country: Its Danger and Duty'' (New York, 1844). "If the devotees of this unholy faith have so rapidly increased within a few years to number TWO MILLIONS, how long will it take them to rival and exceed the American Protestants?", qtd. in Lipscomb 8-9. He fared well in Montgomery as a preacher, providing for a family consisting of a wife, two children, and two sisters, and owning two slaves. Lipscomb 13. Compelled by tuberculosis to retire from the ministry, he founded in 1849 the Metropolitan Institute for Young Ladies at Montgomery, Alabama. Lipscomb then served as the inaugural President (1856–1859) of the Tuskegee Female College of the Methodist Episcopal Church South in Alabama (present-day Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama). Born in Montgomery, Alabama, Dreyfus was a graduate of Lehigh University in Pennsylvania. He is widely publicized for being the man who "invented" the commonplace mutual fund through direct marketing to the public. Jack Dreyfus - Maverick Wizard Behind the Wall Street Lion, ''Life Magazine'', 1964 Meanwhile, officials in Montgomery (w:Montgomery, Alabama), the place of her historic act of defiance, and Detroit (w:Detroit), her later home and deathplace, ordered that the first seat of every public bus will be reserved to honor Parks until her funeral, which is set for Wednesday. King was born on November 17, 1955 in Montgomery, Alabama (w:Montgomery, Alabama). An actress, speaker and producer, King played Rosa Parks (w:Rosa Parks) in the ''King'' miniseries in 1978. She was also the CEO of Higher Grounds Productions, a company that produces events related to spirituality and which advertised King for speeches and performances.


Pittsburgh

Virginia. He attended Broad Run High School in Ashburn, Virginia, graduating in 1973, and went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication arts from James Madison University in 1978. Dr. '''Mary R. Dawson''' is the curator emeritus of Vertebrate Paleontology at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She held the position of curator from 1972 to 2003, and was chair of the Earth Sciences Division from 1973 to 1997. The Virginia regiments were still understrength and continued to dwindle in 1779, reduced to a fraction of their paper strength; at this point, regimental history becomes very confusing to track. Given the number of men fit for duty, these “regiments” are not really “regiments” at all any more, yet they are still named as such. In 1780, the word “Detachment” comes into use, describing a 700-man conglomeration of these “regiments.” The 1st Virginia Detachment was led by Richard Parker (Richard Parker (colonel)). The 2nd Virginia Detachment was formed out of various regiments under the 2d Virginia Regiment’s original colonel, Brigadier General William Woodford, including elements of the 2nd Virginia Regiment. The 3rd Virginia Detachment would be formed under Colonel Abraham Buford and was composed of elements of the 7th Virginia, as well as various pieces of other units. The first two Detachments of the Virginia Line served at the Siege of Charleston in South Carolina and were surrendered to the British Army on 12 May 1780. The 3rd Detachment was cut to pieces at the Battle of Waxhaws; the Virginia line had effectively ceased to exist. The single exception was the two-company 9th Virginia Regiment of 1779, which was stationed at Fort Pitt (the present Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania). * Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona), home to Starman (Starman (comics)) Will Payton. * Pittsburgh, home for several years to the original Firestorm (Firestorm (Ronnie Raymond)). * San Diego, half of this city was submerged under the ocean due to an earthquake, becoming Sub Diego. The outlying suburbs are home to Animal Man. In the 1998 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers selected Staat with the 41st overall pick. He played three seasons in Pittsburgh, starting in eleven games in the 1999 (1999 in sports) season. He was cut by the Seattle Seahawks in 2001, and began seriously considering joining the military after the September 11, 2001 attacks. However Pat Tillman, who had quit a lucrative career with the Arizona Cardinals to become a U.S. Army Ranger after the attacks, talked Staat into staying in the league for at least three more games to earn his NFL retirement benefits. Commons:Category:Pittsburgh WikiPedia:Pittsburgh Dmoz:Regional North_America United_States Pennsylvania Localities P Pittsburgh


Shanghai

for B-25 Mitchell strikes on Shanghai, China, and for the continuing series of B-29 Superfortress raids on Tokyo, before she returned to Guam. Fu Daqing was born in 1900 in Linchuan (临川), Jiangxi province. Having lost his father at an early age, the young Daqing was brought up by his mother, a school teacher. After graduating from a missionary-run high school with fluency in English (English language), he travelled to Shanghai to continue his education. In Shanghai, he read the newspaper ''New Youth'' and met Chen Duxiu, co-founder of the Communist Party of China. Whilst learning Russian (Russian language) at the Institute of Foreign Languages, Fu joined the Socialist Youth Brigade of China in 1920. '''Ingrid Noll''' (actually Ingrid Gullatz, born 29 September 1935 in Shanghai; birth name '''Ingrid Noll''') is a German (Germany) thriller (Thriller (genre)) writer. She has written several novels, including ''Head Count'', ''Hell hath no Fury'' and ''The Pharmacist'', as well as one television drama, ''Bommels Billigflüge''. Several of her novels have been subsequently adapted as films, including ''Die Apothekerin'', which was released in the United States as ''The Pharmacist'' and was nominated for the German Film Award in Gold for outstanding feature film. She has published her first novel-debut in the age of 55 years, which became great success. Today she is one of the most appreciated German female authors. When he was 24, he was promoted to full professor at UCLA and remains the youngest person ever appointed to that rank by the institution. Tao's father was born and grew up in Shanghai, and Tao's mother is Cantonese (Cantonese people) by ethnicity.


Morocco

, particularly that of Morocco and during the Golden Age of Islam. *The Sahara Desert (Sahara) is the massive but largely empty region in North Africa that contains the world's second largest desert (after Antarctica). *The Maghreb is a region of northwest Africa encompassing the coastlands and Atlas Mountains of Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia. *The Sahel region covers a belt of grasslands south of the Sahara stretching from Senegal to Sudan. *Anglophone Africa includes five countries in West Africa (The Gambia, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, and the most populous African country Nigeria, as well as a part of Cameroon) that are separated by Francophone countries, South Sudan, and a large contiguous area in Southern Africa and East Africa. *Arabophone Africa (List of countries where Arabic is an official language) includes the four most populous Arabic-speaking countries (Egypt, Sudan, Morocco, Algeria) as well as Tunisia and Mauritania, and includes a majority of both the population and the area of the Arabic-speaking countries. French has also kept a strong role in the Maghreb countries, though this has receded somewhat with official Arabization. *Francophone Africa is a contiguous area in West Africa and Central Africa, plus Madagascar and Djibouti. Middle East and North Africa * '''Morocco''' - Al-Harrani (Al-Harrani of Morocco), Abu'l Abbas Ahmad I (Abu'l Abbas Ahmad I of Morocco), and Ismail (Ismail of Morocco), Joint Sultan of Morocco (1672–1684) *'''Safavid Empire''' - Mohammed Khodabanda Shah of Iran (Safavid dynasty) (1678–1687) Middle East and North Africa * '''Morocco''' - Al-Harrani (Al-Harrani of Morocco), Abu'l Abbas Ahmad I (Abu'l Abbas Ahmad I of Morocco), and Ismail (Ismail of Morocco), Joint Sultan of Morocco (1672–1684) *'''Safavid Empire''' - Middle East and North Africa * '''Morocco''' - Al-Harrani (Al-Harrani of Morocco), Abu'l Abbas Ahmad I (Abu'l Abbas Ahmad I of Morocco), and Ismail (Ismail of Morocco), Joint Sultan of Morocco (1672–1684) *'''Safavid Empire''' - Ismail II (Ismail II of Persia) Shah of Iran (Safavid dynasty) (1676–1678) Middle East and North Africa * '''Morocco''' - Al-Harrani (Al-Harrani of Morocco), Abu'l Abbas Ahmad I (Abu'l Abbas Ahmad I of Morocco), and Ismail (Ismail of Morocco), Joint Sultan of Morocco (1672–1684) *'''Safavid Empire''' - Middle East and North Africa * '''Morocco''' - Al-Harrani (Al-Harrani of Morocco), Abu'l Abbas Ahmad I (Abu'l Abbas Ahmad I of Morocco), and Ismail (Ismail of Morocco), Joint Sultan of Morocco (1672–1684) *'''Safavid Empire''' - Suleiman I (Suleiman I of Persia) Shah of Iran (Safavid dynasty) (1666–1694) Notable localities are Cobalt, Ontario; Schneeberg, Saxony, Germany; Joachimsthal, Czech Republic; Cornwall, England; Bou Azzer, Morocco; the Blackbird mine, Lemhi County, Idaho; Sara Alicia mine, near Alamos, Sonora, Mexico; Mt. Cobalt, Queensland and the Dome Rock copper mine, Mingary, South Australia. Middle East and North Africa * '''Morocco''' - Al-Harrani (Al-Harrani of Morocco), Abu'l Abbas Ahmad I (Abu'l Abbas Ahmad I of Morocco), and Ismail (Ismail of Morocco), Joint Sultan of Morocco (1672–1684) *'''Safavid Empire''' - Tahmasp I Shah of Iran (Safavid dynasty) (1624–1676) Middle East and North Africa * '''Morocco''' - Al-Harrani (Al-Harrani of Morocco), Abu'l Abbas Ahmad I (Abu'l Abbas Ahmad I of Morocco), and Ismail (Ismail of Morocco), Joint Sultan of Morocco (1672–1684) *'''Safavid Empire''' - Tahmasp I Shah of Iran (Safavid dynasty) (1624–1676) Middle East and North Africa * '''Morocco''' - Al-Raschid (al-Raschid of Morocco), Sultan of Morocco (1666–1672) *'''Safavid Empire''' - Tahmasp I Shah of Iran (Safavid dynasty) (1624–1676) Middle East and North Africa * '''Morocco''' - Al-Raschid (al-Raschid of Morocco), Sultan of Morocco (1666–1672) *'''Safavid Empire''' - Tahmasp I Shah of Iran (Safavid dynasty) (1624–1676) - Morocco Rabat '''Amerruk Elmeɣrib''' '''ⴰⵎⴻⵔⵔⵓⴽ ⴻⵍⵎⴻⵖⵔⵉⴱ''' '''Al-maɣréb''' المغرب '''Errbaṭ''' br >


Saudi Arabia

on cruise ship called “Le Fauchon” Source: “Martine PRÉMAT a démocratisé le luxe”, Page seen on October 8, 2009 The Prémats also attempted in the 1990s to continue the international development of their predecessors by opening Fauchon stores in Geneva and in Saudi Arabia. They ended up very quickly closing them a few years later. They also make Fauchon sponsor the car race Paris Dakar Rally. Losses run

high, the company loses its cachet. As the writer Jean-Michel Salvator explained: “The family is fighting; the company no longer knows where it is going. But more importantly, Fauchon has become the victim of its own errors. Strategic error when the company started selling its products at mass-market retailers, at Carrefour and Auchan. Management error when it launched its cruise ship to promote French gastronomy. Source: Journal du Dimanche newspaper, article on February


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