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Puerto Vallarta

rapidly intensify with a 17 mi (27 km) wide eye (eye (cyclone)) located within its well-defined central dense overcast. WikiPedia:Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco Dmoz:Regional North America Mexico States Jalisco Localities Puerto Vallarta commons:Puerto Vallarta


Cape Verde

hurricanes to avoid land in the historical database (Atlantic hurricane reanalysis)–the others were Dog of 1950 (Hurricane Dog (1950)) and Easy of 1951 (Hurricane Easy (1951)).


Dominica

hurricane (North Atlantic tropical cyclone), and second major hurricane of the season (Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale), it developed from a tropical wave east of the Lesser Antilles. It moved briskly west-northwest, passing between the islands of Dominica and Guadeloupe. It strengthened to a hurricane in the eastern Caribbean Sea, and it struck Jamaica with winds near Category 3 intensity. It strengthened to a peak intensity of 135 mph (215 km h) prior to landfall (landfall (meteorology)) on Quintana Roo, Yucatán Peninsula. It weakened over land, and it re-strengthened over the Gulf of Mexico before it made a final landfall near Tampico (Tampico, Tamaulipas). * '''Cuba''' - Felipe Pérez Roque (1999-2009) * '''Dominica''' - Charles Savarin (2005-2007) * '''Dominican Republic''' - Carlos Morales Troncoso (2004-present) right thumb Erika near the Lesser Antilles (Image:Erika-1997-pic.gif) Early in its path, forecasting Erika's motion was difficult, with a persistent leftward bias in official forecasts. In response to Erika's threat, the government of Saint Martin first issued a tropical storm warning (tropical cyclone warnings and watches) late on September 4. The next day, the respective governments of Antigua, Montserrat, Barbuda, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Anguilla, Dominica, Guadeloupe, and Saint Barthelemy issued tropical storm warnings for their islands. When Erika's motion resulted in a path that would take it closer to the islands, all of the aforementioned islands excluding Guadeloupe upgraded the tropical storm warning to a hurricane warning. In addition, a hurricane watch was issued for the British (British Virgin Islands) and United States Virgin Islands, as well as Puerto Rico. In public advisories, the National Hurricane Center stated tropical storm conditions were likely to be experienced in the Azores. Early forecasts anticipated a threat to the island of Bermuda. WikiPedia:Dominica Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Dominica commons:Dominica


Jamaica

major hurricane of the season (Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale), it developed from a tropical wave east of the Lesser Antilles. It moved briskly west-northwest, passing between the islands of Dominica and Guadeloupe. It strengthened to a hurricane in the eastern Caribbean Sea, and it struck Jamaica with winds near Category 3 intensity. It strengthened to a peak intensity of 135 mph (215 km h) prior to landfall (landfall (meteorology)) on Quintana Roo, Yucatán Peninsula. It weakened over land, and it re-strengthened over the Gulf of Mexico before it made a final landfall near Tampico (Tampico, Tamaulipas). A strong trough ahead of Greta prevented significant strengthening as it moved westward across the Caribbean Sea. However, warm water temperatures allowed it to steadily intensify to reach hurricane status on September 16 while south of Jamaica. The trough weakened considerably on the 17th, and enabled Greta to quickly intensify as it approached the Honduras coastline. The unique topography of the coastline allowed for Greta to reach peak winds of 135 mph near land. the buccaneering period of approximately 1650 to 1680, characterized by Anglo-French seamen based on Jamaica and Tortuga (Tortuga (Haiti)) attacking Spanish colonies and shipping in the Caribbean and eastern Pacific, the Pirate Round of the 1690s, associated with long-distance voyages from Bermuda and the Americas to rob Muslim and East India Company targets in the Indian Ocean and Red Sea, and - 1814 Nov 25 British fleet (Naval fleet) sail from Jamaica for New Orleans (New Orleans, Louisiana) - commons:Jamaica


Wales

Office for National Statistics accessdate 15 April 2008 The piece opens with a tutti descending fanfare, which segues into a major-key (major scale) moderato (Tempo) section, interspersed by an ''Allegretto e poco stringendo'' section consisting of two measures in length. Foreshadowing into a slow, lyrical theme played by the solo viola, Elgar cascades between solo voice and orchestra by use of echo (List of musical terminology). Elgar writes


Greece

Weightlifting Federation Hall of Fame (Hall of fame). Song structure Most klezmer songs are in several sections, sometimes with each in a different key (key (music)). Frequently sections alternate between major (major scale) and minor (minor scale) keys. Klezmer music often uses "folk scales,"


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