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Irkutsk

and Alaska - a total distance of 25,099 km (15,596 miles). In addition to Sweden, Brava has continued performing internationally as well. Some of the special appearances include performances for the NATO troops (Kosovo Force) in Kosovo, Official Website of the NATO Kosovo Force, nato.int KFOR, ''And the blonde played on'', 2 January 2003. the ''Rhapsody in Rock'' show at the Royal Albert Hall in London ''Evening Standard'', 30


Kosovo

of Kosovo and several municipalities of Republic of Macedonia, depending on the concentration of Turkish-speaking local population.


Indianapolis

the Super Bowl Village and he made special appearances in the Village during the week of the Super Bowl. Super Bowl Village DATE OF BIRTH 1970-11-18 PLACE OF BIRTH Indianapolis, Indiana, US DATE OF DEATH '''Sunstorm Interactive''' is an Indianapolis-based video game developer founded in 1995 (1995 in videogaming) by Anthony Campiti, which specialized in hunting simulators (simulation game) and first-person shooters. The majority of their titles were small-scale "value titles", priced between $20 and $30 as compared to the typical computer game that was priced at $50 at the time. '''Lawrence North High School''' is a public high school in Indianapolis, Indiana. It is located at 7802 North Hague Road on the northeast side of the city. It is one of two high schools serving grades nine through twelve in the Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township. The 2006–07 enrollment was 2,853. '''Ben Davis High School''' (BDHS) is a 3 year American (United States) high school in Marion County (Marion County, Indiana), Indianapolis, Indiana. As of 2011 (per IHSAA), it has a student enrollment of around 2,956 and a staff of 178. http: www.wayne.k12.in.us bdinformation school_facts.htm The attached Ben Davis Ninth Grade Center houses 1,150 freshman students. http: www.wayne.k12.in.us bdfresh school_facts.htm The Klan revived and grew because of white peoples' anxieties and fear over the rapid pace of change. Both white and black rural migrants were moving into rapidly industrializing cities of the South. Many Southern white and African-American migrants also moved north in the Great Migration (Great Migration (African American)), adding to greatly increased immigration from southern and eastern Europe in major industrial cities of the Midwest and West. The Klan grew rapidly and became most successful and strongest in those cities that had a rapid pace of growth from 1910–1930, such as Atlanta, Birmingham (Birmingham, Alabama), Dallas, Detroit, Indianapolis, Chicago, Portland, Oregon; and Denver, Colorado. It reached a peak of membership and influence about 1925. In some cities, leaders' actions to publish names of Klan members provided enough publicity to sharply reduce membership. Jackson, 1967, p. 241. birth_date WikiPedia:Indianapolis Dmoz:Regional North America United States Indiana Localities I Indianapolis commons:Indianapolis, Indiana


Vancouver

in her youth, where she began her singing career in 1940. She was professionally known by simply her first name, Juliette, starting with her appearances with the Dal Richards band at the Hotel Vancouver at age 13. She was married to her manager, singer Tony Cavazzi,for 40 years until his death. She is retired and lives in Vancouver, although she makes occasional special appearances, such as an event marking the 85th birthday of bandleader Dal Richards in 2004. The series itself was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, with the city waterfront doubling for the waterfront that served as the café's "home base". Although the production team originally toyed with the idea of filming in a real diner, that idea was eventually scrapped, and a set was built in Vancouver's North Shore Studios. The set was built to be mobile, as certain scripts called for parts of the cafe interior to appear in completely different locations; it was also built with a ceiling, unusual for television at the time, and each booth was given an authentic 1940s-era table jukebox, rented from a private collector. thumb Bozell and William F. Buckley Jr. (Image:Bozell&Buckley,1954.jpg) promote their book ''McCarthy and His Enemies'', 1954 "A young, energetic red-haired Yalie from Omaha", as he is described in ''Before the Storm: Barry Goldwater and the Unmaking of the American Consensus'', Bozell was the best friend and debating society teammate Yale Debate Association officers, Yale University Manuscripts & Archives, Digital Images Database, Yale University, New Haven, CT of William F. Buckley, Jr. at Yale University, where he was President of the Yale Political Union and the campus World Federalists (World Federalist Movement). Bozell arrived to Yale as a New Dealer; Buckley converted him to conservatism and was dissuaded from the isolationism of his upbringing by Bozell in return. The two became roommates and were inseparable. They formed a champion debate duo for Yale, with Bozell offering eloquent prepared statements and Buckley engaging in the cut-and-thrust that ''Firing Line'' viewers would come to know well. During the summer of 1949 the two spent the summer in Saskatchewan working for one of the Buckley oil companies; by the end of the summer Bozell was engaged to Patricia Lee Buckley, who was visiting her friend Pat Taylor (Patricia Buckley) in Vancouver, later to become William Buckley's wife. Meanwhile in the fall of 1949 Oxford (University of Oxford) had sent a crack debating team, Robin Day and Anthony Wedgwood Benn, to take on the Ivy League, with intimidating success— until they came to Yale. Taking the negative side on the topic "Resolved: the Americans should nationalize all their non-agricultural industries", Buckley and Bozell trounced the Oxford team 3-0. * Thunder Bay, Ontario - Shaw TV Thunder Bay * Vancouver, British Columbia - Shaw TV Vancouver * Williams Lake, British Columbia - Shaw TV Williams Lake '''Martin Peter Stead''' (born June 1, 1958 in Vancouver) is a Canadian (Canada) cricketer. He played two One Day Internationals for Canada (Canadian cricket team). The first East (Canadian Football League East Division)-West (Canadian Football League West Division) All-Star game was played at Vancouver's Empire Stadium (Empire Stadium, Vancouver) on December 8. The day after the game, Trans-Canada Air Lines Flight 810 (Trans-Canada Air Lines Flight 810) crashed into Mount Slesse, killing five players and one official who were on their way from Vancouver to Calgary. The five players who died in the crash included four members of the Saskatchewan Roughriders: offensive linemen Mario DeMarco and Ray Syrnyk, center tight end Mel Becket, and defensive lineman Gordon Sturtridge, along with Winnipeg Blue Bomber (Winnipeg Blue Bombers) offensive lineman Cal Jones. The official killed in the crash was Ed Pettit of Calgary. History CJAV began operations on April 1, 1946 at 1240 AM (AM radio), using a 250 watt transmitter upon startup. The station, originally owned by Harold Warren, was the starting point for the careers of a number of broadcasters, including Jack Cullen (who later moved on to CKNW, then located in New Westminster), Joe Chesney (who went on to found Langley (Langley, British Columbia (district municipality)) station CJJC now CKST Vancouver in 1963), George Cowie (later of CFUN (CFUN-FM) Vancouver), Bob Switzer (later of Vancouver CBC Television station CBUT), Philip Barter (who moved on to CHEK in Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia) and CHAN (CHAN-TV) in Vancouver) and Jim Robson (who became the radio voice of the NHL (National Hockey League)'s Vancouver Canucks on CKNW). History CJAV began operations on April 1, 1946 at 1240 AM (AM radio), using a 250 watt transmitter upon startup. The station, originally owned by Harold Warren, was the starting point for the careers of a number of broadcasters, including Jack Cullen (who later moved on to CKNW, then located in New Westminster), Joe Chesney (who went on to found Langley (Langley, British Columbia (district municipality)) station CJJC now CKST Vancouver in 1963), George Cowie (later of CFUN (CFUN-FM) Vancouver), Bob Switzer (later of Vancouver CBC Television station CBUT), Philip Barter (who moved on to CHEK in Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia) and CHAN (CHAN-TV) in Vancouver) and Jim Robson (who became the radio voice of the NHL (National Hockey League)'s Vancouver Canucks on CKNW). In addition to the deployment of these hotspots, a group of developers inside Île Sans Fil are leading the development of the captive portal suite WiFiDog (WiFiDog Captive Portal). This open source software was originally conceived for Île Sans Fil's internal use, but quickly gained international recognition. More than 30 community wireless networks outside Montreal are using the WifiDog solution: New York (New York City), London, Berlin, Vancouver, Toronto, Quebec City, Sherbrooke, Paris, Brest (Brest, France) and Marseille. The Club also was one of the first Irish teams to tour North America extensively when, in 1985, they played 5 games in New York City, Vancouver, Langley (B.C.) (Langley, British Columbia (city)) , Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California) and San Diego (San Diego, California). thumb right 250px Location of Riley Park-Little Mountain in Vancouver. (Image:Vancouver Riley Park-Little Mountain.jpg) '''Riley Park–Little Mountain''' is a neighbourhood in Vancouver, British Columbia. Its boundaries are 41st Avenue to the south, 16th Avenue to the north, Cambie (Cambie_Street) Street to the west, and Fraser Street to the east. The main commercial thoroughfare of the neighbourhood is Main Street (Main_Street_(Vancouver)). Parks Little Mountain is the former name of a quarry located at, what is now, Queen Elizabeth Park (Queen Elizabeth Park, British Columbia). The quarry gardens at the park are some of the most popular parks in Vancouver, and in the summer time are filled with tourists. There is a pitch and putt course and a disc golf course at Queen Elizabeth Park. There is a fancy restaurant called '''Seasons In The Park'''. '''Shannon Falls Provincial Park''' is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada. It is located WikiPedia:Vancouver dmoz:Regional North America Canada British Columbia Localities V Vancouver Commons:Category:Vancouver


Hollywood

, held in part as a protest against the nuclear arms race during Ronald Reagan's presidency (Presidency of Ronald Reagan). The concert was filmed in Streisand's backyard and features special appearances by Burt Bacharach, Barry Gibb, Richard Marx, Carole Bayer Sager and comedian Robin Williams.


Puerto Rico

name IWAJunior On February 24, 2001 Super Crazy defeated Pablo Marquez to win the UWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship, which like the UWA Welterweight title was still used on the independent scene in Mexico and Puerto Rico. By the end of 2001 Super Crazy vacated the UWA Junior Heavyweight title. Super Crazy made a couple of special appearances for his old company AAA, teaming with El Alebrije (El Alebrije (wrestler)) and Randy


Argentina

the nickname given to fans of the Argentine (Argentina) football team, Boca Juniors. ''Xeneizes'' picked up where ''Quarashi'' left off, featuring more of the sometimes serious, sometimes silly lyrical stylings (and singing talents) of Hössi and Steini. The album also featured special appearances by Icelandic rappers Úlfur Kolka (on the song "Mayday"), and Ómar Swarez (on the songs "Punk" and "Stick 'Em Up"), who was not an official member of Quarashi yet (he


India

and Anupam Kher in supporting roles. Veteran actors Amitabh Bachchan and Hema Malini make special appearances in the film. The dialogues were written by Aditya Chopra. Set against the backdrop of conflict between India and Pakistan, this star-crossed romance follows the unfortunate love story of an Indian Air Force Squadron Leader Veer Pratap Singh, and a Pakistani woman hailing from a rich political family of Lahore, Zaara Haayat Khan, who are separated for over twenty years. Saamiya Siddiqui, a Pakistani lawyer, finds Veer in prison, and upon listening to his story, tries to get him freed. The film was a success not only in India and Pakistan, but overseas, notably in United Kingdom, Germany, France, South Africa, Canada and the United States. It earned Rs. 357 million in the overseas markets, making it 2004's top-grossing Bollywood production overseas and was declared an all time blockbuster. Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


Australia

, sailing, table tennis and karting. Special appearances; return to wrestling During his rehabilitation, Eudy made several appearances as World Wrestling All-Stars's commissioner (Professional wrestling authority figures) during its 2002 Australian tour, though at the beginning of WWA's Sydney show, it was announced that Eudy would not be featured due to a broken arm. On June 5, 2004, Eudy returned to active wrestling with the Canadian-based Internet Wrestling Syndicate (International Wrestling Syndicate). Appearing as Pierre Carl Ouellet (Carl Ouellet)'s mystery partner, Eudy competed and won a ten team battle royal. Return to WWE (2005–present) In early 2005, Steamboat returned to World Wrestling Entertainment as a road agent (Glossary of professional wrestling terms#Agent) and was introduced as a WWE Legend at ''WWE Homecoming (WWE Raw#Return to USA Network)'' in October 2005. Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


Canada

. The 2-disc DVD set contains music videos, live performances, interviews, home videos and special appearances. '''''Arsenal of Megadeth''''' is an EMI Capitol release. Arsenal of Megadeth is certified gold in the United States and platinum in Canada and Argentina. country Romania broadcast area Europe USA Canada Israel, others headquarters His big breakthrough came in the 1984 85 season. In December


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