. He quickly became active in both the free jazz and no wave punk rock scenes.His first band in New York in 1976 was an instrumental quartet with violin, drums and bass called Flaming Youth. After studying for a short time under David Murray, Chance formed The Contortions, who fused jazz improvisation and funk rhythms, with live shows often ending in violence when Chance would confront audience members. The Contortions reached a wider audience with their contribution to the Brian Eno-compiled ''No New York'' collection of No Wave acts. In addition to the residential college, OU has adult campuses in Overland Park, Kansas; Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona) and Chandler, Arizona; Brookfield, Wisconsin; and Jeffersonville, Indiana. Shrinky Dinks were invented in 1973 by two housewives of Brookfield (Brookfield, Wisconsin), Wisconsin, as a Cub Scout project with their son. Doris Hajewski, "Shrinky Dinks founder hopes to sell toy business", ''The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel'', Oct. 27, 2008. The first kits were sold at a local shopping mall and became very popular. Shrinky Dinks were soon licensed to be manufactured by the major toy companies of the time such as Milton Bradley (Milton Bradley Company), Colorforms, Western Publishing and Skyline Toys. The shrink plastic is still available from many retailers and can be used for anything from charms to pins. The character of the area varies widely. Mequon (Mequon, Wisconsin), Brookfield (Brookfield, Wisconsin), and the North Shore (Fox Point (Fox Point, Wisconsin), Whitefish Bay (Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin), River Hills (River Hills, Wisconsin), Shorewood (Shorewood, Wisconsin), Glendale (Glendale, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin), and Bayside (Bayside, Wisconsin)) are more prosperous, while West Milwaukee (West Milwaukee, Wisconsin), West Allis (West Allis, Wisconsin), and St. Francis (St. Francis, Wisconsin) are more blue-collar. '''Matthew Charles Katula''' (born August 22, 1982 in Brookfield, Wisconsin) is an American football long snapper for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League. He was signed by the Baltimore Ravens as undrafted free agent in 2005. He played college football at Wisconsin (Wisconsin Badgers football). '''Brookfield Central High School''' is a comprehensive public secondary school located in the city of Brookfield (Brookfield, Wisconsin), Wisconsin. It is a sister school to Brookfield East High School, also located in Brookfield. The high school is administered by the Elmbrook School District, which operates nine schools in Brookfield and Elm Grove, Wisconsin. The band's sound has progressed over their several self-produced albums, but has deep roots in modern folk and indie rock. Many of A Hot Pneumonic's songs include acoustic guitar with barely any other instruments. Most were recorded at Nick Votto's Sun Setter Studios in Brookfield, Wisconsin, except ''apartment songs...'' which was recorded in Votto's apartment in Shorewood, Wisconsin, and the spattering of recordings Nick did while living in Phoenix, AZ. - 18 Brookfield (Brookfield, Wisconsin) 37,920 38,649 City (Political_subdivisions_of_Wisconsin#City) Waukesha (Waukesha County, Wisconsin) -
to the Mahavamsa, the Great Stupa (Ruwanwelisaya) in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka, was dedicated by a 30,000-strong "Yona" delegation from "Alexandria (Alexandria of the Caucasus)" around 130 BCE. Also the Mahavamsa (Chap. XXIX Full text of the Mahavamsa Click chapter XXIX ) records that during Menander's reign, "a Greek ("Yona") Buddhist head monk" named Mahadharmaraksita
, the Great Stupa (Ruwanwelisaya) in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka, was dedicated by a 30,000-strong "Yona" delegation from "Alexandria (Alexandria of the Caucasus)" around 130 BCE. During the time of Menander I, the Yona (Ionian) Mahadhammarakkhita ( ) is said to have come from “Alasandra” (thought to be Alexandria-of-the-Caucasus, the city founded by Alexander the Great, near today’s Kabul) with 30,000 monks
for the foundation ceremony of the Maha Thupa ("Great stupa") at Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka, during the 2nd century BCE. thumb 300px According to the Mahavamsa (Image:Ruvanvelisaya Dagoba.jpg), the Great Stupa (Ruwanwelisaya) in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka, was dedicated by a 30,000-strong "Yona" delegation from "Alexandria (Alexandria of the Caucasus)" around 130 BCE. During the time of Menander I, the Yona (Ionian) Mahadhammarakkhita (
shaved six years off her age by claiming to have been born in 1906. Moorehead recalled her first public performance was at the age of three, reciting "The Lord's Prayer" in her father's church. The family moved to St. Louis, Missouri, and Moorehead's ambition to become an actress grew "very strong". Her mother indulged her active imagination often asking, "Who are you today, Agnes?", while Moorehead and her sister Kear, Lynn. ''Agnes Moorehead
sexuality (Sexual orientation), Adams noted he came from a "family of tough Montanans" where "there's a premium on being tough and strong, and being queer and a faggot wasn't strong." His mother could not find work in Eugene and moved to Portland. Adams stayed in Eugene and supported himself throughout most of his high school years.
LeMoyne . In 2007, the city of Saint-Lambert celebrated its 150th anniversary. ;Amalgamation and de-amalgamation On January 1, 2002, municipal reorganization merged Saint-Lambert with LeMoyne (LeMoyne, Quebec) to form a borough in the new Longueuil mega-city. There was a strong "de-merger" movement and a referendum was won on June 20, 2004, to re-establish the former city. The city was officially "re-born" on January 1, 2006, while on January 7, 2006, the Saint-Lambert
Katrina . He left New Orleans and stayed at his brother's house in Dallas. Walker, Dave. "Huff on Hope: Displaced by the storm, George Huff is still going strong." ''New Orleans Times-Picayune''. 9 June 2006. His recent performances have included an October 2006 concert at West Virginia University "American Idol Finalist Huff to perform at West Virginia University". US Fed News. 10 October 2006. and a December
like to welcome witnesses, because they believe the witnesses may be the ones causing all the trouble. During his journey through Texas, he stayed in Amarillo, where his faithful dog companion, Charley, became ill and stayed in a veterinary hospital for a couple of days. Steinbeck then realized what it would be like to travel without his companion. Steinbeck then discussed his ideas of a strong "difference between an American and the Americans" (243). He referred to previous
Highway 97 just north of Cache Creek. *In another usage, a ''skookum'' is a variety of mountain giant (giant (mythology)) or monster, similar to the Sasquatch or Bigfoot. In the surviving Chinuk-Wawa (Chinook Jargon) spoken in Grand Ronde, Oregon, this variant is pronounced differently - ''skoo-KOOM'', but when used in English with this meaning it is pronounced the same way as the "big and strong" meaning. A derivative usage of the skookum-as-monster context was the application of the name to a souvenir doll, simply called "a skookum", once common in tourist areas such as gift shops. *Skookum, either alone or in the combination skookumchuck, occurs in dozens of placenames (List of Chinook Jargon placenames) throughout the Pacific Northwest region and beyond. A short form used with personal names, "Skook", is found on the map of British Columbia at Mount Skook Davidson near the confluence of the Kechika (Kechika River) and Gataga Rivers in northern British Columbia and Mount Skook Jim, near the head of the Stein River in the northern Lillooet Ranges between Pemberton (Pemberton, British Columbia) and Lytton (Lytton, British Columbia). Local lore in any area of British Columbia may have a Skookum Charlie or a Skookum Brown - the most famous of such nicknames was that of Skookum Jim, one of the co-discoverers of the Klondike (Klondike, Yukon) goldfields in the Yukon. *There is also a breed of purebred cat called a Skookum (Skookum (cat)). *The unrelated marine tidal rapids at Skookumchuck Narrows — ''the'' Skookumchuck, as it is the largest and most powerful of the British Columbia Coast's saltwater rapids — are several hundred kilometres west on the province's Sunshine Coast (Sunshine Coast, British Columbia), where the narrow mouth of Sechelt Inlet spills out that fjord's contents into Jervis Inlet. *The native community and historic Catholic mission ghost town of Skookumchuck Hot Springs, also known as Skatin (Skatin First Nation) in the St'at'imcets (Lillooet) language, lies on the Lillooet River south of Pemberton (Pemberton, British Columbia), about 20 miles nearly due east of the resort of Whistler (Whistler, British Columbia) on the inland side of the Garibaldi Ranges. '''Birkenhead Lake Provincial Park''' is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, located in the Lillooet Country region to the northeast of Pemberton (Pemberton, British Columbia) and immediately northwest of Birkenhead Peak and Gates Lake (aka Birken Lake) at the community of Birken (Birken, British Columbia). '''Nairn Falls Provincial Park''' is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada located on the Green River (Green River (British Columbia)) adjacent to British Columbia Highway 99 and the Canadian National Railway line just south of Pemberton (Pemberton, British Columbia) and less than twenty minutes north of the resort town of Whistler (Whistler, British Columbia). The 170 hectare park was established in 1966, shortly after the highway's opening, to protect and enhance visitor access to Nairn Falls, a double waterfall connected by a small canyon which throttles the flow of the Green River (Green River (British Columbia)) just before its accession to the lowlands of the Pemberton Valley and its confluence with the Lillooet River just above that river's estuary into Lillooet Lake. Emergency medical communication centres The BCAS operates four Communication centres located throughout the province. The Vancouver Island Communications Centre (VICC), located in Victoria British Columbia is responsible for all ground ambulance deployment for Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands; the Lower Mainland Region Ambulance Communication Centre (LMRACC) deploys all ground ambulances in the Lower Mainland (i.e., Metro Vancouver & the Fraser Valley Regional District), the Sunshine Coast (Sunshine Coast, British Columbia), as far east as Boston Bar (Boston Bar, British Columbia) and as far north as Pemberton (Pemberton, British Columbia); and the Interior and Northern BC Communications Centre (INBCCC) deploys resources to the remainder of the province, including the southern interior (Okanagan, Cariboo & Kootenays) and northern BC (Skeena, Northern Interior & Peace Regions, representing west-central, east-central and northern areas of the province, respectively). The fourth Communication centre, the Provincial Air Ambulance Coordination Centre (PAACC), is located in Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia) and has responsibility for coordinating and deploying of all air ambulance resources, whether they are used for scene responses, or for inter-facility transfers. The creek originates in the Cadwallader Ranges, below Prospector Peaks, and flows southeast into Anderson Lake (Anderson Lake (British Columbia)) near D'Arcy (D'Arcy, British Columbia), which is about midway between Pemberton (Pemberton, British Columbia) and Lillooet (Lillooet, British Columbia) along the rail line (British Columbia Railway). Political career In 1962, Davis was elected to the Canadian House of Commons representing the riding of Coast—Capilano, a riding which stretched from Deep Cove in North Vancouver to Powell River (Powell River, British Columbia) and Pemberton (Pemberton, British Columbia). A member of the then-minority Liberal Party of Canada, he was re-elected in the following year in the train of the national Liberal victory and was appointed as the Parliamentary Secretary to Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson. Davis was re-elected in the Canadian federal elections of 1965 and 1968 (now in the riding of Capilano (Capilano (electoral district)) (electoral district) and 1972. A cabinet minister in the government of Pierre Elliot Trudeau, he was Minister without Portfolio, Minister of Fisheries, Minister of Fisheries and Forestry, and the first Minister of the Environment in the English-speaking world. He was defeated in the Canadian federal election of 1974.
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thumb 180px right Georgios Christakis Zografos, through effective political maneuvers, gained Northern Epirus internationally recognized autonomous status. (File:GZografos.jpg) Negotiations were carried out on the island of Corfu, where on 17 May 1914 Albanian and Epirote representatives signed an agreement known as the Protocol of Corfu. According to its terms, the two provinces of Korçë and Gjirokastër that constituted Northern Epirus would acquire complete autonomous existence (as a ''corpus separatum (corpus separatum (disambiguation))'') under the nominal Albanian sovereignty of Prince Wied. The Albanian government had the right to appoint and dismiss governors and upper-rank officials, taking into account as much as possible the opinion of the local population. Other terms included the proportional recruitment of natives into the local gendarmerie and the prohibition of military levies from people not indigenous to the region. In Orthodox schools, the Greek language would be the sole medium of instruction
with this meaning it is pronounced the same way as the "big and strong" meaning. A derivative usage of the skookum-as-monster context was the application of the name to a souvenir doll, simply called "a skookum", once common in tourist areas such as gift shops. *Skookum, either alone or in the combination skookumchuck, occurs in dozens of placenames (List of Chinook Jargon placenames) throughout the Pacific Northwest region and beyond. A short form used with personal names, "Skook", is found on the map of British Columbia at Mount Skook Davidson near the confluence of the Kechika (Kechika River) and Gataga Rivers in northern British Columbia and Mount Skook Jim, near the head of the Stein River in the northern Lillooet Ranges between Pemberton (Pemberton, British Columbia) and Lytton (Lytton, British Columbia). Local lore in any area of British Columbia may have a Skookum Charlie or a Skookum Brown - the most famous of such nicknames was that of Skookum Jim, one of the co-discoverers of the Klondike (Klondike, Yukon) goldfields in the Yukon. *There is also a breed of purebred cat called a Skookum (Skookum (cat)). Location Located near Lytton, British Columbia, or 185 kilometres west of Kamloops, British Columbia. The '''Thompson-Nicola Regional District''' is a regional district in the Canadian province (Provinces and territories of Canada) of British Columbia. The Canada 2006 Census population was 122,286 and the area covers 45,279 square kilometres. The administrative offices are in the main population centre is the city of Kamloops (Kamloops, British Columbia), which accounts for 75 percent of the regional district's population. The only other city is Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia); however, there are locally important communities such as the District Municipality (district municipality) of Logan Lake (Logan Lake, British Columbia), and the Villages of Chase (Chase, British Columbia), Ashcroft (Ashcroft, British Columbia), Cache Creek (Cache Creek, British Columbia), Clinton (Clinton, British Columbia) and Lytton (Lytton, British Columbia). The region is named indirectly for the Thompson River by way of the traditional regional names of "the Thompson Country" and "the Nicola Country"; the Nicola Country was named for Chief Nicola (Nicola (chief)) and was originally "Nicola's Country", where he held sway; he is also the namesake of that river. The area is governed by the Thompson-Nicola Regional District which operates over 115 services including the region's libraries, solid waste management and recycling, emergency and development services, plus a film commission. between the valleys of the Stein River (N) and Kwoiek Creek (S). As a region and historical identity, the Cariboo is sometimes considered to extend to the Thompson River to the south of that, and to border on the city of Kamloops (Kamloops, British Columbia) at its southeastern corner and even as far as Lytton (Lytton, British Columbia), at the confluence of the Fraser and Thompson Rivers. The town of Lillooet (Lillooet, British Columbia) is generally considered to be in the Cariboo, while the Bridge River Country to its west was sometimes referred to as the West Cariboo, as were also the ranches along the west side of the Fraser northwards towards the Gang Ranch (Gang Ranch, British Columbia). Broader meanings of "the Cariboo" sometimes include the Chilcotin (Chilcotin District), west of the Fraser. The geographic region known as the Quesnel Highland, which forms a mountainous series of foothills between the plateau proper and the Cariboo Mountains, is likewise considered to be part of the Cariboo in a cultural-historical sense – not the least because it is the location of the famous Cariboo goldfields (Cariboo Gold Rush) and the one-time economic capital of the Interior of British Columbia, Barkerville (Barkerville, British Columbia). Governorship of Sir James Douglas The influx of people into the new colony required Douglas to act quickly in drawing up regulations and creating infrastructure. Magistrates and constables were hired, mining regulations drawn up, and townsites surveyed at Yale, Hope (Hope, British Columbia) and Fort Langley (Fort Langley, British Columbia) in order to discourage squatting on crown land. In addition, roads were constructed into the areas of greatest mining exploration around Lillooet (Lillooet, British Columbia) and Lytton (Lytton, British Columbia). The colony, however, was not immediately granted a representative (representative government) colonial assembly, because of uncertainty as to whether the gold rush would yield a stable, settled population. Douglas, who had endured unhappy conflicts with the assembly on Vancouver Island, was relieved. thumb right A portion of the Cariboo Road (File:Cariboo Road.jpg) in the Fraser Canyon, circa 1867. thumb Skihist Provincial Park (File:Skihist Provincial Park (157709431).jpg) '''Skihist Provincial Park''' is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, located on the Thompson River and adjacent to the Trans-Canada Highway between the towns of Lytton (Lytton, British Columbia) (W) and Spences Bridge (Spences Bridge, British Columbia) (E). The park is named for Skihist Mountain, which is visible from the park though on the opposite side of the Fraser River to the west of Lytton. The Ktunaxa (Kutenai) people who neighboured the Sinixt to the east were driven further into the mountains by the Blackfoot, who had obtained control of Ktunaxa territory in the foothills and northwestern plains. Ethnographic and historical evidence suggests the Ktunaxa and the Sinixt battled each other over the territory along the lower Kootenay River between the present cities of Nelson (Nelson, British Columbia) and Castlegar, British Columbia. The Ktunaxa were considered the intruders, and the dispute was reportedly ended after the Sinixt mounted a large-scale raid into (Lower) Ktunaxa Territory at the south end of Kootenay Lake. The Sinixt later renewed their historic peace with the Ktunaxa, and took common cause with them, the Kalispel (Pend d'Oreilles (tribe)), the Flathead (Choctaw), the Coeur d'Alene (#Coeur D'Alene Tribe), the Spokane (Spokane (tribe)), the Nez Perce (Nez Perce tribe), and others against the Blackfoot. While the Sinixt never directly fought the Blackfoot as a group, it is very likely that individual Sinixt joined their Salishan neighbours (and the Ktunaxa) in war parties and buffalo hunts to the Western Plains. Reyes says they had ongoing skirmishes with the Blackfoot, from whom, according to him, they stole horses. Reyes 2002, p. 8. They also took part with other regional peoples in the punitive expedition in 1838 against the St'at'imc of Seton Lake led by Nicola (Hwistesmexteqen) (Nicola (chief)), chief of the Nicola people. James Teit, ''Papers of the Jesup North Pacific Expedition, History of the Okanagan people"'' They were allied with the interior tribes led by the Nlaka'pamux, who assembled at Lytton (Lytton, British Columbia) (Camchin) during the Fraser Canyon War of 1858. Hauka, Donald J., ''McGowan's War''