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Puno

from drowning in gill nets, other threats are probably only relevant in the short run, locally, or if several should manifest simultaneously. Eggs may be collected by locals on a small scale, and this is probably sustainable. Adult birds are not usually hunted as they taste of rancid fish like all grebes. Locally (e.g. around Puno), it may abandon habitat due to pollution and boat traffic; on the other hand, the delta of the Rio Coata at the northern end of Puno Bay seems prime habitat at least seasonally (Martinez ''et al.'' 2006). Overharvesting of reeds will also drive the birds from an area, but generally the threat of unsustainable use of ''totora'' is of less significance, at least in the short term. It is notable that the species evolved on the lake and has sustained several periods of rather pronounced climate change in addition to the normal ENSO (El Niño-Southern Oscillation). It apparently possesses a quite good capability to recover from population declines, which seems an adaptation to the fluctuating habitat availability even during periods of stable climate, as the lake routinely floods and recedes from considerable areas. Apparently, population numbers reached a low point in 1999 due to a severe drought following the "mega-ENSO" of 1997 1998, and have somewhat recovered since then. '''Sillustani''' is a pre-Incan (Inca Empire) burial ground (Cemetery) on the shores of Lake Umayo near Puno in Peru. The tombs, which are built above ground in tower-like structures called ''chullpas'', are the vestiges of the Colla people, Aymara (Aymara people) who were conquered by the Inca in the 15th century. The structures housed the remains of complete family groups, although they were probably limited to nobility. Many of the tombs have been dynamited by grave robbers (Grave robbing), while others were left unfinished. WikiPedia:Puno Dmoz:Regional South America Peru Departments Puno Puno commons:Puno


Ushuaia

TrochiIngles historia.htm History of the Old Patagonian Express , La Trochita, accessed 2006-08-11 and a short run Tren Histórico de Bariloche (San Carlos de Bariloche) to Perito Moreno. Tourism In the second half of the 20th century, tourism became an ever more important part of Patagonia's economy. Originally a remote backpacking destination, the region has attracted increasing numbers of upmarket visitors, cruise passengers rounding Cape Horn or visiting Antarctica

railways A number of steam powered (steam locomotive) heritage railways (tourist trains) are in operation; the Old Patagonian Express (La Trochita) (locally known as “La Trochita”) in Patagonia, the Train of the End of the World (Southern Fuegian Railway) in Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego and a short run Tren Histórico de Bariloche (San Carlos de Bariloche). After the 1982 invasion of the Falkland Islands, the Argentine military junta began


Latakia

on this route: speed-walking and jogging. * Commons:Category:Latakia


San Carlos de Bariloche

' in Ushuaia, both heritage lines, History of the Old Patagonian Express, La Trochita, accessed 2006-08-11 and a short run Tren Histórico de Bariloche (San Carlos de Bariloche) to Perito Moreno. *Air France-KLM, on some European routes; these companies codeshares on Aerolíneas' services to Córdoba, Mendoza, Rosario, Asunción and Montevideo.


Montenegro

; it is more than a bit disappointing, thus, that people can still be found who believe that the Chetniks were doing anything besides attempting to realize a vision of an ethnically homogeneous Greater Serbian state, which they intended to advance, in the short run, by a policy of collaboration with the Axis forces. The Chetniks collaborated extensively and systematically with the Italian occupation forces until the Italian capitulation in September 1943, and beginning in 1944, portions of the Chetnik movement of Draža Mihailović collaborated openly with the Germans and Ustaša forces in Serbia and Croatia." proportions, the Chetniks themselves referred to their policy of collaboration as "using the enemy". #The struggle for the liberty of our whole nation under the scepter of His Majesty King Peter II; #the creation of a Great Yugoslavia and within it of a Great Serbia which is to be ethnically pure and is to include Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Srijem, the Banat, and Bačka; #the struggle for the inclusion into Yugoslavia of all still unliberated Slovene territories under the Italians and Germans (Trieste, Gorizia, Istria, and Carinthia (Slovenian Carinthia)) as well as Bulgaria, and northern Albania with Skadar; Croatia is an acceding country and is expected to become the 28th member of the EU on 1 July 2013. It signed its accession agreement on 9 December 2011. http: www.economist.com blogs charlemagne 2011 12 britain-and-eu-summit Iceland, Macedonia (Republic of Macedonia), Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey are all official candidates. Albania applied for membership on April 2009 but has not yet been recognised as an official candidate. Bosnia and Herzegovina has concluded an association agreement and is preparing an application for EU membership. Both are classified as potential candidates for membership by the EU. The Western Balkans have been prioritised for membership since emerging from war during the breakup of Yugoslavia; Turkey has been seeking membership since the 1980s and Iceland has lodged its application since suffering economic collapse in 2008. thumb left 200px General Mišić and British general George Milne (File:173 7 Milne remet la GCMG à Michitch.jpg). After the battle of Kumanovo of the First Balkan War, he was promoted to General. During the critical moments of Bulgarian surprise offensive at the Battle of Bregalnica of the Second Balkan War, when most of the staff suggested that the Serbian Army should withdraw to the second line of defence, Mišić (still Aide of Chief of Staff) strongly disagreed and persuaded Vojvoda Putnik to order the Army to repel the attack on the first line, thus contributing greatly to the Serbian victory at the battle. Prior to World War I, along with General Stepa Stepanović, he planned movements of the Serbian army, which eventually won a victory at the mountain of Cer (Cer (mountain)). At the height of Battle of Kolubara Mišić was handed command over the Serbian First Army, then in very difficult situation, to replace its wounded and sick commander General Petar Bojović. Largely through his personal effort and knowledge was that unit made battle-worthy again. He insisted on (then considered risky) deeper withdrawal of the whole Serbian army to gain time for some rest and improve supplies, which resulted in the abandonment of Belgrade. He made the kind of, in American football terminology, "shotgun (shotgun formation)" formation. By shortened supply lines and most of his soldiers in dry and hot places (cold weather already started) for 3 days he refreshed his army and prepared it for offensive. His gamble, however, paid off as Austro-Hungarian (Austria-Hungary) army overstretched its supply routes and was soundly beaten in the subsequent Serbian counteroffensive, which Mišić also initiated, and his army playing the decisive role. That was one of the greatest battles in the Serbian history and he was promoted to the rank of Vojvoda. As the Serbian Army settled in Kosovo (Malo Kosovo), in 1915, Mišić was eager to perform counteroffensive actions. This was denied by other army commanders at their meetings at Peć, and the withdrawal of Serbian forces over Montenegro and Albania followed. At the Thessaloniki Front in 1916, he led the First Serbian Army, and was made Chief of staff of High command towards the end of the war, directing the Serbian Army operations in the breakthrough of Thessaloniki front in September 1918. thumb Male Spanish Sparrows displaying in an acacia hedge in Es Sénia (File:Passer hispaniolensis parade.jpg), Algeria The western subspecies ''hispaniolensis'' breeds in parts of Iberia and North Africa, some islands, and the Balkans. In Iberia it is uncommon, occurring in the Tagus valley and sporadically in the northern meseta (Meseta Central), the eastern coast, and in the Guadalquivir and Guadiana valleys. WikiPedia:Montenegro Dmoz:Regional Europe Montenegro


Luoyang

with the plan. However, Dong Zhao (Dong Zhao (Three Kingdoms)) objected, pointing out that Liu Bei and Sun Quan would also be the two adversaries of Cao Cao despite the temporary subjection of Sun Quan to Cao Cao. For the long term goal, it would be in the best interest of Cao Cao to weaken both adversaries, instead of letting one adversary become too strong in the long run. In the short run, if Guan Yu knew about Sun Quan's attack in his rear, he would certainly withdraw his army to reinforce


Oklahoma City

;Cloudy'", "Little Joe from Chicago" and others. '''''Dark Fantasy''''' was an American Radio (Radio in the United States) supernatural thriller (Thriller (genre)) anthology series. It had a short run of 31 episodes, debuting on November 21, 1941 and ending on June 19, 1942. Its writer was Scott Bishop, also known for his work on ''The Mysterious Traveler''. It originated from station WKY in Oklahoma City and was heard Friday nights on NBC stations


Tallinn

2011 St. Petersburg 2011 Berlin 2011 Nitra Estonia ''Vampiiride Tants'' premiered in Tallinn on November 10, 2000 in the Tallinna Linnahall arena for a short run of 10 performances. Due to success, the show was repeated in Estonia in a concert version in 2004 with the same cast members, except for Koit Toome who was replaced by Andero Ermel. Nele


Columbus, Ohio

2000 accessdate 2010-05-14 publisher Greenwood Publishing Group Altman's work on the play, despite its bad reviews and short run, convinced him that a film version was imminent. "On stage it was humorous and bawdy," he commented. "On film it's more emotional."


Cleveland

. With the exception of a short run in Chicago, there was no national tour, and the show is almost never seen—although a small-scale production was presented by London's Finborough Theatre in 2010. image File:WCSB logo.png city Cleveland, Ohio area Greater Cleveland '''KeyBank''' is a regional bank headquartered in Key Tower within Cleveland, Ohio's Public Square. , it is the 19th largest bank


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