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Port Dover, Ontario

by Pipe Major Gordon Black as a competitive and as a community pipe band. They act as ambassadors on the global level as well as on a local level. The band was formally established when a constitution and small band were formed out of ten pipers, one bass, and one


Stirling, Alberta

in the section house (Section house (railway)). With the arrival of irrigation on November 14, 1899, the Village of Stirling developed adjacent to the ARCC and station house. On May 5, 1899, a small

band of 30 Mormon settlers led by Theodore Brandley of Richfield, Utah, arrived at Stirling station. Theodore Brandley, with the help of Charles Ora Card, began planning the layout of the new town. The town site was to be made up of one square mile (640 acres), then divided into lots of ; each with a surveyed road around the entire area with a lane running north and south, dividing it into two parcels. The parcels were again divided, east and west, making


Štip

thumb 140px right Diploma from the Exarchate's school in Stip, signed by Delchev as a teacher. Meanwhile in Ottoman Thessaloniki a revolutionary organization was founded in 1893, by a small band of anti-Ottoman Macedono-Bulgarian (Macedonian Bulgarians) revolutionaries, including Hadzhinikolov. At this time the name of the organization was ''Bulgarian Macedonian-Adrianople Revolutionary Committees'' (BMARC), in 1902 changed to ''Secret Macedonian-Adrianople Revolutionary Organization


San Cristóbal de las Casas

with migrants living in the Lacandon Jungle. These grievances would be taken up by a small guerrilla band led by a man called only “Subcomandante Marcos.” and a Quranic school (madrasa) where children learned Arabic and prayed five times a day in the backroom of a residential building. Nowadays, most of the Mayan Muslims have left the Murabitun and established ties with the CCIM, now following the orthodox Sunni school of Islam. They built the Al-Kausar Mosque in San Cristobal de las Casas.


Himarë

the chieftain John Vlasis and a small band of men, using Corfu as a base... while the inhabitants of Cheimara liberated many of the Greek villages." In 1481, one year after the Ottomans had landed in Otranto in southern Italy, the Himariotes joined the forces of Gjon Kastrioti (Gjon Kastrioti II), son of Skanderbeg in his uprising against the Ottomans. Gli Umanisti e la guerra otrantina: testi dei secoli XV e XVI Volume 5 of Nuova biblioteca Dedalo


Whitby, Ontario

at the home of Colonel R.S. McLaughlin, the unit's former patron and long-serving Honorary Colonel. The album's liner notes contain no lyrics but a link to them online is given. Instead, it is filled with a several photographs taken by John Wellman inside the abandoned Whitby Psychiatric Hospital in Whitby, Ontario. The small band photo on the back cover was taken by Charman Baehler at the Alexandria Hotel in Los Angeles. On the pages are lists of statistical events which occurred during the making of ''Healthy in Paranoid Times'' such as how many days, studios and gigabytes of storage space were used for recording as well as events in the world such as 9.8 million people having died from AIDS. The last page in the booklet lists several websites including War Child.ca and Adbusters.com among others. The album credits are placed on the CD's tray insert. '''Anderson Collegiate Vocational Institute''' is located in Whitby, Ontario within the Durham District School Board. The school has students in grades 9–12 and offers a wide range of academic and extracurricular activities. Anderson is well known for its robust Arts program, particularly Drama. '''Henry Street High School''' is located in Whitby, Ontario within the Durham District School Board. The school offers programs for students in grades 9–12 and a wide range of academic and extracurricular activities. '''Sinclair Secondary School''' is located in Whitby (Whitby, Ontario), Ontario, Canada within the Durham District School Board. It serves students in grades nine through twelve in the North Whitby area. It is also the Whitby site for students in gifted education, French immersion, and special education programs. With over 2000 students, Sinclair is one of the largest secondary schools within the Durham District School Board. At the western edge of the city, the 401 meets Highway 427 (Ontario Highway 427), an important north-south artery between Toronto Pearson International Airport and the Gardiner Expressway. It mainly serves the airport and the western suburbs outside the city of Toronto. In the same area, the short length of Highway 409 (Ontario Highway 409) connects the airport directly to the traffic flow of the 401. Moving east, the 401 then intersects Highway 400 (Ontario Highway 400), which leads north to Barrie, the recreational areas of Ontario's "Cottage Country" and beyond, to the northern reaches of the province. East of the 400, the 401 meets Allen Road, and then the Don Valley Parkway Highway 404 (Ontario Highway 404), before continuing eastwards out of Toronto into the suburbs of Pickering (Pickering, Ontario), Ajax (Ajax, Ontario), Whitby (Whitby, Ontario), and Oshawa. *'''Delete''' no objective criteria for inclusion or exclusion. Carlossuarez46 (User:Carlossuarez46) 20:10, 5 April 2006 (UTC) *I'd personally have to go with the '''delete''' side. I think there's a too-high degree of subjectivity involved, and a too-low degree of verifiability. Plus I just don't think it's that important, and while I may be wrong I don't think WP has ever established a consensus that all shopping malls are legitimately notable. For what it's worth, the only mall on here that I could speak to at all (Whitby Mall in Whitby, Ontario) is one that I don't think would merit an article even if it ''weren't'' on some people's subjective lists of "distressed" malls. Bottom line, this just doesn't strike me as being a particularly notable or encyclopedic list. Bearcat (User:Bearcat) 02:47, 7 April 2006 (UTC) The first school to be named after the legendary conservationist was built in 1956 and renamed Jack Miner Public School in 1968. It remains to this day, just a few miles from Miner's sanctuary in what was Gosfield South Township. Each year the graduating students participate in the yearly banding activities at the sanctuary. A school in the name of Jack Miner was created in 2001 in Whitby, Ontario, administered by the Durham District School Board. There is also a Jack Miner Senior Public School in Guildwood in city of Scarborough,ON. - colspan "4" '''Whitby (Whitby, Ontario)''' - ''Main article (Whitby municipal election, 2006)'' - In the 18 months since Andrea Muizelaar (w:Andrea Muizelaar) was crowned winner of the reality TV series ''Canada's Next Top Model (w:Canada's Next Top Model)'', her life has been a complete whirlwind. From working in a dollar store in her hometown of Whitby, Ontario (w:Whitby, Ontario), to modeling haute couture (w:haute couture) in Toronto (w:Toronto), she had reached her dream of becoming a true Top Model.


Marrakesh

of their most effective enemies, the Marinids in 1215. The last representative of the line, Idris II, "El Wathiq"' was reduced to the possession of Marrakesh, where he was murdered by a slave in 1269; the Marinids seized Marrakesh, ending the Almohad domination of the Western Maghreb. In 1120, Ibn Tumart and his small band of followers proceeded to Morocco, stopping first by Fez (Fez, Morocco), where he briefly engaged the Maliki scholars of the city in debate

studies (it is sometimes said that he undertook, or sought to undertake, the pilgrimage to Mecca (hajj), but did not do so at this point.). Julian, p.93; Ibn Khallikan, p.206 He appears in Baghdad soon after, and there he attached himself to the Ash'arite theological school (Ash'ari). In 1120, Ibn Tumart and his small band of followers headed west into Morocco. He stopped by Fez (Fes, Morocco), the intellectual capital of Morocco, and engaged in polemical


Western Xia

Starting from the early 13th century the Jin Dynasty began to feel the pressure of Mongols from the north. Genghis Khan first led the Mongols into Western Xia territory in 1205 and ravaged them four years later. In 1211 about 50,000 Mongols on horses invaded the Jin Empire and began absorbing Khitan and Jurchen rebels. The Jin army had a half million men with 150,000 cavalry but abandoned the “western capital” Datong (see also Badger's Mount Campaign). The next year the Mongols went north and looted the Jin "eastern capital", and in 1213 they besieged the "central capital", Zhongdu (Beijing). In 1214 the Jin made a humiliating treaty but retained the capital. That summer, Jin Emperor Xuānzōng (宣宗) abandoned the central capital and moved the government to the "southern capital" of Kaifeng, making it the official seat of Jin Dynasty power. In 1216 a war faction persuaded Xuānzōng to attack the Song, but in 1219 they were defeated at the same place by the Yangtze River, where Prince Hǎilíng had been defeated in 1161. The Jin now faced a two front war which they could not afford. Furthermore, the Jin Emperor Āizōng (哀宗) won a succession struggle against his brother and then quickly ended the war and went back to the capital. He made peace with the Tanguts, who had been allied with the Mongols. Genghis Khan died in 1227 while his armies were conquering the Western Xia Dynasty. His son Ögedei Khan invaded the Jin Empire in 1232 with assistance from the Southern Song. The Jurchens tried to resist; but when Kaifeng was attacked, Āizōng fled south. An allied army of Song and Mongols looted the capital in 1233, and the next year Āizōng committed suicide to avoid being captured, ending the Jin dynasty in 1234. The territory of the Jin was to be divided between the Mongols and the Song. However, due to lingering territorial disputes, the Song and the Mongols eventually went to war with one another over these territories. The Sui Dynasty (581–618) and Tang Dynasty (618–907) re-established a unified Chinese empire, and like their predecessors they conquered and settled people into Hetao, though once again these efforts were aborted when the Tang empire began to collapse. Hetao (along with the rest of what now consists Inner Mongolia) was then taken over by the Khitan Empire (Liao Dynasty), founded by the Khitans, a nomadic people originally from what is now the southern part of Manchuria and eastern Inner Mongolia. They were followed by the Western Xia of the Tangut (Tangut people)s, who took control of what is now the western part of Inner Mongolia (including western Hetao) . The Khitans were later replaced by the Jurchens, precursors to the modern Manchus, who established the Jin Dynasty (Jin Dynasty (1115–1234)) over Manchuria and northern China. After Genghis Khan unified the Mongol tribes in 1206 and founded the Mongol Empire, the Tangut (Tanguts) Western Xia empire was ultimately conquered in 1227, and the Jurchen (Jurchens) Jin Dynasty (Jin Dynasty (1115–1234)) fell in 1234. In 1271, Genghis grandson Khubilai (Khubilai Khan) established the Yuan Dynasty. Khubilai's summer capital Shangdu (aka Xanadu) was located near present-day Dolonnor (Duolun County). During that time Ongud and Khunggirad peoples dominated the area of Inner Mongolia. After the Yuan Dynasty was evicted by the Han -led Ming Dynasty in 1368, the Ming rebuilt the Great Wall of China at its present location, which roughly follows the southern border of the modern Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (though it deviates significantly at the Hebei- Inner Mongolia border). The Ming established the Three Guards composed of the Mongols there. After the Tumu incident in 1450, Mongols flooded south from Northern Mongolia to Southern Mongolia. Thus from then on until 1635, Inner Mongolia was the center of the Northern Yuan Dynasty. CPAtwood-Encyclopedia of Mongolia and the Mongol Empire, p.246 thumb right 300px Buddhism Buddhist scripture (File:Chrysographic Tangut Lotus Sutra.jpg) written in the Tangut script The '''Tangut''' identified with the state of '''Western Xia''' were traditionally thought of as a Qiangic (Qiangic languages)-speaking people who moved to northwestern China (Northwest China) sometime before the 10th century CE. Recent research indicated that the term "Tangut" most likely derives from Chinese ''Donghu (Donghu people)''; the "-t" suffix in the Mongolian language means "people". The Mongols referred to the ethnic groups who were immersed among the Jurchens and Mongols as "Jāūqŭt", "Jaquit", and "Joyit", all ending with "-t" and suggesting that the Mongolian terms ending with "-t" in reference of ethnic groups mean "people. See Fei, Xiaotong 费孝通 (1999). Zhonghua min zu duo yuan yi ti ge ju The Framework of Diversity in Unity of the Chinese Nationality 中华民族多元一体格局. Beijing 北京 , Zhongyang min zu da xue chu ban she Central Nationalities University Press 中央民族大学出版社. p. 179. The Chinese transcription of "Tangut" was "Tang wu ti", which was interpreted to represent the "people of Western Xia". See Lü, Jianfu 呂建福 , 2002. Tu zu shi The Tu History 土族史. Beijing 北京 , Zhongguo she hui ke xue chu ban she Chinese Social Sciences Press 中囯社会科学出版社. p. 315. Whereas "Donghu" was a Chinese transcription, its Mongolian reference was "Tünghu". Hao, Weimin (郝维民) and Qimudedaoerji (齐木德道尔吉), 2007, Neimenggu tong shi gang yao Outline of Comprehensive History of Inner Mongolia 内蒙古通史纲要. Beijing (北京), Renmin chu ban she People's Press 人民出版社. p. 17). The early origins of the Tangut people were much debated in the 1930s, when a number of contradicting suggestions concerning the ethnic origin of the Tangut had been made. The discussion mostly involved the disputations concerning the meaning of the words "black headed" and "red faced" which were believed to represent two major ethnic groups within the Tangut tribes. The two words were also believed to imply two social strata or other social divisions within the Tangut society. The actual meaning of the name of the Tangut State "The Great State of White and Lofty" was previously attributed to the common mythology, which the Tangut shared with the Tibetans. A religious Tantric meaning of the state name has also been suggested but is extremely hard to prove. The recent interpretation of the "White" and "Lofty" is that they represented the founding ethnic group and the majority of the population. The term "White" was designated to the founding ethnic group, the Xianbei who are known as the "Monguor" in the West and "Tu" in China. They were historically known


Brazzaville

. The third narrative, and by far the most graphic, is the narrator's account of her work in a national park called Grosso Arvore (Big Tree), where she tracks the movements of a small band of chimpanzees that have split off from a larger group in the north. '''Abbé''' '''Fulbert Youlou''' (9 June, In ''African Powder Keg: Revolt and Dissent in Six Emergent Nations'', author Ronald Matthews lists Youlou's date of birth as 9 June 1917. This date is also


Pine Ridge Indian Reservation

route'' to convene with the remaining Sioux chiefs. U.S. Army officers forced him to relocate with his people to a small camp close to the Pine Ridge (Pine Ridge Indian Reservation) Agency. Here the soldiers could more closely watch the old chief. That evening, December 28, the small band of Sioux erected their tipis on the banks of Wounded Knee Creek. The following day, during an attempt by the officers to collect weapons from the band, one young, deaf Sioux warrior refused to relinquish


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