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Rouleau, Saskatchewan

C -15.6 Nov record low C -26.9 Dec record low C -34.0 source Environment Canada, The Weather Network ''Corner Gas'' thumb left Principal shooting set of Corner Gas in 2010 (File:Dog river set.JPG) The town is best known as the main filming location for the CTV (CTV Television Network) television series ''Corner Gas''. The series' production team built a full-size mock gas station and coffee shop at the western entrance of the town for filming, causing


Trollhättan

thumb 300px Saab ASJ prototype 2 Both cars were brought to Trollhättan for examination and the MFI car was determined to be the most suitable for further development. Both cars had the two stroke (two stroke cycle) Saab Sport engine of 60 hp (horsepower) (45 kW) and were capable of 160 km h. By spring 1966 the ''project 97'' had advanced enough so that 24 cars could be built in Arlöv, in the south of Sweden. When series production started by the end of the year, many details had been altered: brakes, ventilation system, grille and parking lights. Prototypes were shown at both the ''Salon International de l'Auto'' (Geneva) and New York International Auto Show. In Geneva a car was available for test driving. '''Nohab Flygmotorfabriker AB''' was founded in Trollhättan, Sweden, in 1930 to produce aircraft engines for the Swedish Board of Aviation. As the name of the company indicates it was a subsidiary to NOHAB. In 1937 it became a part of the newly founded SAAB but already in 1941 Volvo acquired a majority of the stock and the name was changed to '''Svenska Flygmotor AB''' (''SFA''), and later on '''Volvo Flygmotor'''. Engine maintenance and service Volvo Aero also has a facility in Trollhättan where they do maintenance on aircraft engines and stationary gas turbines. The aircraft engines are Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100 and TFE-731 engines. The Stationary gas turbines is General Electric LM1600 engine, and the DR990, which Volvo bought the OEM responsibility from Dresser Rand. The Ecotec Family II is a DOHC 4-valve (multivalve) design with an aluminum block and head (L850 for 86 mm bore applications, and L880 for 88 mm bore), designed for displacements from 1.8 to 2.4 L. It was developed by an international team of engineers and technicians from Opel's ''International Technical Development Center'' in Rüsselsheim, Germany, GM Powertrain in Pontiac, Michigan, and Saab (Saab Automobile) in Trollhättan, Sweden. Much of the development work on this project was carried out by Lotus Engineering, Hethel, United Kingdom. The engine uses aluminum pistons and cast iron cylinder liners. Vibration is reduced with twin balance shafts. MLK maintain four bookstores, named after Set Persson, in Stockholm, Trollhättan, Sundsvall and Kiruna. The party ran for the municipal council elections in Karlskrona in 2002, but only attracted 0.5% of the votes which was not sufficient for a mandate. In 2006, the party entered the elections at a national level (Swedish general election, 2006). There they gained 1,417 votes, or 0.03% (in order to enter the Swedish parliament (Parliament of Sweden) a party needs at least 4% of the total votes). The party was most successful in Trollhättan, where they received 208 votes or 0.65%, although it wasn't enough to enter the municipal assembly (Municipal assembly (Sweden)). Still, 2006 was their best election year in the party's history. Development The filming began in Trollhättan and Gothenburg October 27, 1999 and ended December 20, 1999. The artist Carl Johan De Geer created the film's contemporary environments. As Moodysson recalls, filming took "something like 40 days" to finish in total. Outdoor scenes set in the former Soviet Union were shot in Paldiski, Estonia, a former nuclear submarine training centre for the Soviet Navy. Swedish exteriors were filmed in Malmö and studio scenes in Trollhättan.


Chelyabinsk

the same mobility as the production version, but mass production was not started. They served however as a basis for the design of the T-72 engine compartment. Production in 1941 The Factory No. 174 produced its last T-26 tanks at the beginning of February 1941. After that, the factory began retooling to produce the new and much more complex T-50 (T-50 tank) light tank. This work was slowed by delays in the delivery of new equipment and series production of the T-50 did not begin on schedule (planned for June 1 st 1941). As a result, factory management decided to resume the production of the T-26, using T-26 hulls, turrets, and other parts already in stock. About 47 T-26 tanks were assembled and 77 were repaired in July–August 1941 before the factory was relocated from Leningrad (Saint Petersburg) to Chelyabinsk in the end of August 1941, and then to Chkalov (Orenburg) in the end of September 1941. In addition, the Factory No. 174 produced engines and spare parts for the T-26, installed additional armour plates on some T-26s, replaced flame-throwers with 45 mm tank guns in turrets of 130 KhT-133 (T-26 variants) flame-throwing tanks, repaired tanks in army units (846 T-26s since the beginning of 1941) and mounted about 75 turrets from the T-26 and the T-50 as bunkers for the defense of Leningrad. Kolomiets (2007), pp. 64-65 * 17 September 1954 — Lewis L. Strauss, chairman of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission (United States Atomic Energy Commission), states that nuclear energy will be “too cheap to meter”. Too Cheap to Meter?: * 29 September 1957 — 200+ people die as a result of the Mayak nuclear waste (Kyshtym Disaster) storage tank explosion in Chelyabinsk, Soviet Union. 270,000 people were exposed to dangerous radiation (Radioactive decay) levels. Samuel Upton Newtan. Nuclear War I and Other Major Nuclear Disasters of the 20th Century 2007, pp. 237-240. * 1957 to 1959 — The Soviet Union and the United States both begin deployment of ICBMs. Cephalic disorders are not necessarily caused by a single factor, but may be influenced by hereditary (heredity) or genetic (genetics) conditions, nutritional deficiencies, or by environmental exposures during pregnancy, such as medication taken by the mother, maternal infection, or exposure to radiation (such disorders are more common in areas of the former Soviet Union affected by nuclear waste disposal problems, such as the area around the Mayak plant in Chelyabinsk, Russia.) wikipedia:Chelyabinsk commons:Челябинск


Orenburg

at the beginning of February 1941. After that, the factory began retooling to produce the new and much more complex T-50 (T-50 tank) light tank. This work was slowed by delays in the delivery of new equipment and series production of the T-50 did not begin on schedule (planned for June 1 st 1941). As a result, factory management decided to resume the production of the T-26, using T-26 hulls, turrets, and other parts already in stock. About 47 T-26 tanks were assembled and 77 were repaired in July–August 1941 before the factory was relocated from Leningrad (Saint Petersburg) to Chelyabinsk in the end of August 1941, and then to Chkalov (Orenburg) in the end of September 1941. In addition, the Factory No. 174 produced engines and spare parts for the T-26, installed additional armour plates on some T-26s, replaced flame-throwers with 45 mm tank guns in turrets of 130 KhT-133 (T-26 variants) flame-throwing tanks, repaired tanks in army units (846 T-26s since the beginning of 1941) and mounted about 75 turrets from the T-26 and the T-50 as bunkers for the defense of Leningrad. Kolomiets (2007), pp. 64-65 Bus stations There are two bus stations in Kazan — Central and Southern. Bus routes connect Kazan with all districts of Tatarstan, Samara (Samara, Russia), Ufa, Tolyatti, Orenburg, Ulyanovsk, Cheboksary, Sterlitamak, Buzuluk, Baki and Aktobe. It is planned to build new stations in the East, West and North districts instead of Central for relieving city centre. Highways There are federal highway connections to Moscow and Ufa (E-22 (European route E22)), Orenburg (R-239), Ul'yanovsk (R-241) and Igra (R-242). There are also R-175 federal highway and «Northern Europe — Western China» (in construction) route near the city. He was born in Villa Clara (Villa Clara, Entre Ríos), Entre Ríos (Entre Ríos Province), Argentina, because of the constant journeys of his father, a Lithuanian doctor (Physician) of Jewish origin. Joseph Kessel lived the first years of his childhood in Orenburg, Russia, before the family moved to France. He studied in Nice and Paris, and took part in the First World War as an aviator. The Ural River rises nearby the Mount Kruglayain in the Ural Mountains , flows south parallel and west of the north-flowing Tobol River, through Magnitogorsk, and around the southern end of the Urals, through Orsk where it turns west for about 300 km, to Orenburg, when the Sakmara River joins. From Orenburg it continues west, passing into Kazakhstan, then turning south again at Oral (Oral, Kazakhstan), and meandering through a broad flat plain until it reaches the Caspian a few miles below Atyrau, where it forms a fine digitate delta (River deltas#River-dominated deltas) at ( Wikipedia:Orenburg


Tbilisi

Forces . The first prototype made its maiden flight on 22 February 1975. After testing, the aircraft went into series production in 1978 at Tbilisi in the Soviet Republic of Georgia (Georgian SSR). Russian air (Russian Air Force) and ground (Russian Ground Forces) forces nicknamed it "''Grach''" ("Rook (Rook (bird))"). During flight-testing phases of the T8-1 and T8-2 prototypes' development, the Sukhoi Design Bureau's management proposed that the series

production of the Su-25 should start at Factory No. 31 in Tbilisi, Soviet Republic of Georgia (Georgian SSR), which at that time was the major manufacturing base for the MiG-21UM "Mongol-B" trainer. After negotiations and completion of all stages of the state trials, the Soviet Ministry of Aircraft Production authorised manufacture of the Su-25 at Tbilisi, allowing series production to start in 1978. ; Commons:Category:Tbilisi


Novosibirsk

. It entered service testing 5 August 1963, but its service entry was delayed by political infighting with the Yakovlev OKB over production line capacity in Novosibirsk, which was also building the Yak-28P (Yakovlev Yak-28). The Su-15 proved to be superior in most respects other than range, and it was officially commissioned on 3 April 1965. Series production began the following year, and it entered service with the PVO (Soviet Anti-Air Defense) in 1967 (1967 in aviation), replacing Su-9s, Su-11s, and Yakovlev Yak-25s. The initial Su-15 received the NATO reporting name "'''Flagon-A'''". A simplified trainer version, the '''Su-15UT''' (NATO "'''Flagon-C'''"), with no radar or combat capability, entered service in 1970 (1970 in aviation). birth_date WikiPedia:Novosibirsk Commons:Category:Novosibirsk


Nottingham

, Wales Queensferry , the Tyne Bridge in Newcastle (Newcastle upon Tyne) and the Trent Bridge in Nottingham. They also designed the enlargement of the City & South London Railway tunnels and their extension past Camden Town (Camden Town tube station) and Clapham South (Clapham South tube station) to form the Northern Line of London Underground. Early series were filmed around the suburb of Moseley in Birmingham. Later in the series, production moved to Nottingham and much location filming took place in and around West Bridgford, a suburb just south of Nottingham, Keyworth (a large village, 7 miles south of Nottingham) and various other Nottinghamshire towns. The show broadcast in Australia at 6:50am on weekdays on 7TWO starting on Monday 5 April 2010. Early series were filmed around the suburb of Moseley in Birmingham. Later in the series, production moved to Nottingham and much location filming took place in and around West Bridgford, a suburb just south of Nottingham, Keyworth (a large village, 7 miles south of Nottingham) and various other Nottinghamshire towns. The show broadcast in Australia at 6:50am on weekdays on 7TWO starting on Monday 5 April 2010. Local enthusiasm for these ‘penny lectures’ and success in attracting substantial philanthropic funding, led in 1889 to the opening of Morley Memorial College for Working Men and Women. The College was founded by an endowment from Samuel Morley (Samuel Morley (MP)) MP for Nottingham and later Bristol. Samuel Morley (Samuel Morley (MP)) is buried at Dr Watts' Walk, Abney Park Cemetery, in Stoke Newington, London. British Superclubs include The Syndicate (Blackpool), Fabric (London), Turnmills (London, closed down in March 2008) Air (Birmingham), Gatecrasher (Birmingham), V Club (Bournemouth), HMV Institute (Digbeth Institute) (Birmingham), and ISIS (Nottingham). The Ministry Of Sound has their main club in London, with international clubs in Ayia Napa and as far a field as Sydney Australia. Keolis is preferred bidder for the Nottingham Express Transit Tram Operation in Nottingham, UK as part of a consortium with the Wellglade Group. '''Nottingham city centre''' is the cultural, commercial, financial and historical heart of Nottingham, England. Nottingham's city centre represents the central area of the Greater Nottingham conurbation. Distribution into comic book stores via traditional distributors (such as Diamond (Diamond Comic Distributors)) is rare. Stores will often stock titles by local creators though some, notably Gosh! Gosh! in London and Page 45 Page 45 in Nottingham, stock a wider range. In recent times small press titles have sold in larger bookstores Borders (Borders Group) and Foyles in London. DATE OF BIRTH 3 September 1985 PLACE OF BIRTH Nottingham, England DATE OF DEATH Life Woodford was born in Nottingham in 1893. His father was a lace designer. Woodford started studying at the Nottingham School of Art (Nottingham Trent University, School of Art and Design), but his studies were curtailed when he enlisted during the First World War. After the war, he continued his training at the Royal College of Art in London. He was Rome Scholar in 1922-5. Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Nottinghamshire Nottingham Commons:Category:Nottingham


Barbados

the pattern moulds basic to GRP production. GRP was still so recent that he had to be satisfied with a Lloyd's Series Production Certificate affirming that the 4½ ton Westerly 22 – the company's first design – had been built under Lloyd's supervision including inspections and tests of hull strength and the factory conditions under which the moulded fibre glass used in construction went through the process, key to its long term integrity, of curing. Knowing that GRP yachts

Rayner was determined should attract customers who cared as much about his boats' interior comfort and convenience as their sailing qualities, for which Rayner sought Lloyd's certification. Two skilled boatbuilders - affectionately esteemed by Rayner as 'the walrus' and 'the carpenter' - were recruited to do the vital job of building the pattern moulds basic to GRP production. GRP was still so recent that he had to be satisfied with a Lloyd's Series Production Certificate affirming that the 4½ ton


Algiers

of the Paris Opéra (Palais Garnier) who was in attendance, to mount a full production. Although Saint-Saëns completed the score in 1876, no opera houses in France displayed any desire to stage ''Samson et Dalila''. Liszt's sustained support however led to the work being mounted in Weimar in 1877. Notable products includes series production of the TGV high-speed trains with over 650 trainsets sold over 25 years, as well as the AGV (Automotrice Grande Vitesse) (Automotrice à grande vitesse) revealed in February 2008. The company also produces Citadis trams; as of 2009, over 1100 Citadis trams are in use by 28 cities including Dublin, Algiers, Barcelona, Melbourne and Paris. Since 2002 Alstom manufactures the Pendolino tilting train following the acquisistion of Fiat Ferroviaria. Following the Algerian Civil War most of the thousand-odd Jews living mainly in Algiers and Blida, Constantine (Constantine, Algeria), and Oran, left the country. The Algiers synagogue was consequently abandoned after 1994. In 1800, Bainbridge was given the ignominious task of carrying the tribute which the United States still paid to the Dey of Algiers to secure exemption from capture for U.S. merchant ships in the Mediterranean. Upon arrival in the 24-gun USS ''George Washington'' (USS George Washington (1798)), he allowed the harbor pilot to guide him directly under the guns of the fort overlooking the harbor. The Dey demanded that he ferry the Algerian ambassador and tributary gifts to Constantinople, and that Bainbridge fly the Algerian flag. Bainbridge raised the Algerian flag on his masthead and delivered gifts of animals and slaves to Constantinople. Boot, Max. ''The Savage Wars of Peace''. New York: Basic Books. 2003. p12 commons:(الجزائر (مدينة


Baku

of the Caucasus. During that period, the ARF regarded armed activity, including terror, as necessary for the achievement of political goals. When the series production of heavier 2-8-4 class IS Joseph Stalin got under way in 1937


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