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Postojna

, Novo Mesto, Črnomelj, and Kočevje. The political districts were in turn divided into 31 judicial circuits. '''Rajmond Debevec''' was born in Postojna, Slovenia, a part of the former Yugoslavia (SFR Yugoslavia), on March 29, 1963. He became involved in shooting sports in 1971 and became a member of Junior national team in 1979. He won his first medal in 1980 by participating in Junior European Championship with air rifle. He represented Yugoslavia


Orenburg Oblast

Pilot (aviator) Early life Yury Romanenko was born on August 1, 1944 in Koltubanovskiy village in Orenburg Oblast, Soviet Union. His father (born 1916) was a senior commander on military ships, and mother (born 1917) was a combat medic. His family later moved to Kaliningrad, where he graduated from a secondary school in 1961. His hobbies in school included building model aircraft and ship (ship model)s, boxing, shooting (Shooting sports) and underwater fishing. After school, he briefly worked as a locksmith (locksmithing) and builder. In 1962 he enrolled at the Chernigov (Chernihiv) High Air Force School, Ukraine and graduated with honors in 1966. After graduation, he remained with the School, training the students and practicing as a candidate cosmonaut. commons:category:Orenburg Oblast wikipedia:Orenburg Oblast


Borås

be practiced in Borås are track and field (Track and field athletics), rowing (rowing (sport)), handball (team handball), table tennis, tennis, skiing, orienteering, archery, sport shooting (Shooting sports), swimming (swimming (sport)), golf, equestrian (Equestrianism), bowling, cheerleading and various martial arts. Borås Judoclub has tried to create a national center for judo. Members from the club that have participated in the olympics include Per


Chernihiv

, and mother (born 1917) was a combat medic. His family later moved to Kaliningrad, where he graduated from a secondary school in 1961. His hobbies in school included building model aircraft and ship (ship model)s, boxing, shooting (Shooting sports) and underwater fishing. After school, he briefly worked as a locksmith (locksmithing) and builder. In 1962 he enrolled at the Chernigov (Chernihiv) High Air Force School, Ukraine and graduated with honors in 1966. After graduation, he remained with the School, training the students and practicing as a candidate cosmonaut.


Saint Helena

; Sport Sports played on the island include association football, cricket, volleyball, tennis, golf, motocross, shooting sports and yachting. Saint Helena has sent teams to a number (Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha at the Commonwealth Games) of Commonwealth Games. Saint Helena is a member of the International Island Games Association. Island Games St Helena profile<


Kaliningrad

, Poland, Ukraine and Romania had fallen. Early life Yury Romanenko was born on August 1, 1944 in Koltubanovskiy village in Orenburg Oblast, Soviet Union. His father (born 1916) was a senior commander on military ships, and mother (born 1917) was a combat medic. His family later moved to Kaliningrad, where he graduated from a secondary school in 1961. His hobbies in school included building model aircraft and ship (ship model)s, boxing, shooting (Shooting sports) and underwater fishing. After school, he briefly worked as a locksmith (locksmithing) and builder. In 1962 he enrolled at the Chernigov (Chernihiv) High Air Force School, Ukraine and graduated with honors in 1966. After graduation, he remained with the School, training the students and practicing as a candidate cosmonaut. WikiPedia:Kaliningrad Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Kaliningradskaya Oblast Kaliningrad commons:Калининград


Columbia, Missouri

* (Category:Columbia, Missouri) Category:Cities in Boone County, Missouri Category:Cities in Missouri Category:Cities in Columbia, Missouri metropolitan area Category:University towns in the United States Category:Populated places established in 1818 Category:County seats in Missouri Category:Busking venues - style "background:#f0f0f0; text-align: center;" 5 style "text-align: left; padding-left: 10px;" '''Columbia (Columbia, Missouri)''' 108,500 Boone (Boone County, Missouri) - thumb Brookings Hall at Washington University (File:Brookings.jpg) The University of Missouri System is Missouri's statewide public university system. The flagship institution and largest university in the state is the University of Missouri in Columbia (Columbia, Missouri). The others in the system are University of Missouri–Kansas City, University of Missouri–St. Louis, and Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla (Rolla, Missouri). During the late nineteenth and early twentieth century the state established a series of normal schools in each region of the state, originally named after the geographic districts: Northeast Missouri State University (now Truman State University) (1867), Central Missouri State University (now the University of Central Missouri) (1871), Southeast Missouri State University (1873), Southwest Missouri State University (now Missouri State University) (1905), Northwest Missouri State University (1905), Missouri Western State University (1915), and Missouri Southern State University (1937). Lincoln University (Lincoln University of Missouri) and Harris-Stowe State University were established in the mid-nineteenth century and are historically black colleges and universities. The Missouri makes a bend to the southeast as it winds through the Great Plains, receiving the Niobrara River and many smaller tributaries from the southwest. It then proceeds to form the boundary of South Dakota and Nebraska, then after being joined by the James River (James River (Dakotas)) from the north, forms the Iowa–Nebraska boundary. At Sioux City the Big Sioux River comes in from the north. The Missouri flows south to the city of Omaha (Omaha, Nebraska) where it receives its longest tributary, the Platte River, from the west. Downstream, it begins to define the Nebraska–Missouri border, then flows between Missouri and Kansas. The Missouri swings east at Kansas City (Kansas City, Missouri), where the Kansas River enters from the west, and so on into north-central Missouri. It passes south of Columbia (Columbia, Missouri) and receives the Osage (Osage River) and Gasconade (Gasconade River) Rivers from the south downstream of Jefferson City (Jefferson City, Missouri). The river then rounds the northern side of St. Louis (St. Louis, Missouri) to join the Mississippi River on the border between Missouri and Illinois. '''Rock Bridge High School''' is a public high school located in southern Columbia, Missouri. The school serves grades 10 through 12, and is a part of the Columbia Public Schools. Students in Grade 9 are allowed to take certain advanced courses that are not available at the local junior high schools. While studying at Kennett High School, Crow was a majorette and an All-State Track and field


Greece

shooter . He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens. , 1861–1942 ) was a Greek (Greece) sports shooter (Shooting sports). He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens and at the 1908 Summer Olympics

. '''Ioannis Frangoudis''' ( ) was a Greek (Greece) shooter (shooting sports). He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens.

2009 '''Karakatsanis''' ( ), first name unknown, was a Greek (Greece) shooter (shooting sports). He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens. Hatzidakis competed in the free rifle event (Shooting at the 1896 Summer Olympics - Men's free rifle). His place and score in the event are unknown


United States Department of War

172–73 His fondness for machinery and target shooting (Shooting sports) blended naturally into a hobby of designing guns, which however took a more vocational turn in 1917. That year the United States Army took bids on designs for a light machine gun, and Garand's design was eventually selected by the War Department (United States Department of War). Garand was appointed to a position with the United States Bureau of Standards with the task of perfecting the weapon


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