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Habiganj District

Film Award for Best Investigative Film , National Film Award for Best Short Fiction Film, Natore District, Navaly Church massacre, Nawabganj District, Netrokona District, Nilgiri (Leander) Class, Nilima Ibrahim, Nilphamari District, Other characters (Suikoden), P. C. Sorcar, Pabna District, Panchagarh District, Pasban e Sahaba, Patuakhali District, Pirojpur District, Punjabi Students Association, Puthi, Raja Ka Tal


Khulna

-Feature Film , National Film Award for Best Investigative Film, National Film Award for Best Short Fiction Film, Natore District, Navaly Church massacre, Nawabganj District, Netrokona District, Nilgiri (Leander) Class, Nilima Ibrahim, Nilphamari District, Other characters (Suikoden), P. C. Sorcar, Pabna District, Panchagarh District, Pasban e Sahaba, Patuakhali District, Pirojpur District, Punjabi Students Association, Puthi


Mill Valley, California

url http: www.scribd.com doc 22076036 LSD-Lab-Indictment-Pickard-Apperson title http: www.scribd.com doc 22076036 LSD-Lab-Indictment-Pickard-Apperson publisher Scribd.com date 2007-09-21 accessdate 2011-10-06 Boyle died at a California seniors home in Mill Valley, California, in 1992. In her lifetime Kay Boyle published more than 40 books, including 14 novels, eight volumes of poetry, 11 collections of short fiction, three children's books, and French to English


Cartagena, Colombia

of the 1697 raid on Cartagena (Raid on Cartagena (1697)) is chronicled in the novel ''Captain Blood (Captain Blood (novel))''. * The second story in Nam Le's award-winning book of short fiction, ''The Boat'' (2008) is called "Cartagena" and set in Colombia. Cartagena in the story is more an idea than a place. Video games * The city of the scene of two levels in the video game, Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception.


Ming dynasty

of various types, flourished during the Ming dynasty, especially in the economically prosperous lower Yangzi valley. Although short fiction had been popular as far back as the Tang dynasty (618–907), Ebrey (2006), 104–5. and the works of contemporaneous authors such as Xu Guangqi, Xu Xiake, and Song Yingxing were often technical and encyclopedic, the most striking literary development was the vernacular novel. While the gentry elite were educated enough to fully comprehend

; ref In the later years of the dynasty, Feng Menglong and Ling Mengchu innovated with vernacular short fiction. Theater scripts were equally imaginative. The most famous, ''The Peony Pavilion'', was written by Tang Xianzu (1550–1616), with its first performance at the Pavilion of Prince Teng in 1598. thumb left ''Lofty Mount Lu (Image:Lofty Mt.Lu by Shen Zhou.jpg)'', by Shen Zhou, 1467. Informal essay and travel writing was another highlight. Xu Xiake


Tbilisi

was exploited by the Soviet Union military as a training ground. His first novels, published in 1988, are based on the turmoil of those events. The premier of his play Jeans Generation was held in May 2001. Turashvili's other publications include the travelogues ''Katmandu'' (1998) and ''Known and Unknown America (United States)'' (1993), and two collections of short fiction and movie scripts; his first collection of short fiction is ''Merani'' (1991). Born in the village


Columbus, Ohio

North American Broadcasting Company, Inc.. It broadcasts with one kilowatt of power during the day, but reduces to 500 watts at night. The Indy 500, the Brickyard He attended high school in Columbus and graduated from the University of Southwestern Louisiana (University of Louisiana at Lafayette), now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. DATE OF BIRTH April 7, 1951 PLACE OF BIRTH Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), Ohio DATE OF DEATH thumb 300px Melvin Rios and Baldemar Velasquez at Columbus Rally for Undocumented Immigrants' Rights, 2006-03-26 (Image:20060326 14-05-39melvinbaldemarvelasquez.JPG) On March 26, thousands rallied outside the Columbus, Ohio (w:Columbus, Ohio) statehouse, advocating rights for undocumented immigrants. This was one of a series of rallies following one in Los Angeles (w:Los Angeles, California), which was reported to have drawn over 500,000 attendees.


Madison, Wisconsin

of the Rockefeller Foundation (1929–1936). He was the publisher of Bluejay Books, an independent trade publisher of the mid-1980s. Bluejay Books published Gardner Dozois's ''The Year's Best Science Fiction'' for three years. The SF Site: 1998 Short Fiction by David A. Truesdale He also was the packager of The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror series edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling


Mecca

means "the City of the Prophet." See Hijra (Islam). In 2000, Houellebecq published the short fiction ''Lanzarote (Lanzarote (novel))'' (published in France with a volume of his photographs), in which he develops a number of the themes he would explore in later novels, including fringe religions and cult leaders. His subsequent novel, ''Plateforme (Platform (novel))'' (2001), earned him a wider reputation. It is a romance told mostly in the first-person by a 40 year-old male


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