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church influence of Bishop Bo Giertz has been remarkable especially among Pietists. The early high church movement caused the emergence of retreat centres, more frequent celebration of the Mass, and lively historical-critical study of Holy Scriptures. The strong social passion of the Catholic Movement within Church of England never took root in the same way in Sweden. ''The Oxford Movement as Received in Sweden'' by Oloph Bexell. The Church Coalition for Bible and Confession - The London Conference 2006 The ordination of women as clergy began in 1958, and caused a split within the Swedish high church party. One branch with liberal leanings accepted this step whilst the other did not. Later, one of the leading figures of the high church movement was Bishop emeritus Bertil Gärtner who was against the ordination of women. He was successor to Bo Giertz as bishop of Gothenburg. He died in 2009. His role in the High Church movement fell on Bishop emeritus Biörn Fjärstedt, the former bishop of Visby. The ''Svensk Pastoraltidskrift'' is the traditionalist journal of the High Church Movement in Sweden. The nucleus of the movement is arbetsgemenskapen Kyrklig Förnyelse (Swedish Church Union) together with numerous religious societies and some monastic communities like Östanbäck monastery, Alsike Convent, and Sisterhood of Saint Francis (Franciscan orders in Lutheranism). Some other organisations are St. Laurence Foundation, St. Ansgar Foundation and Förbundet För Kristen Enhet, which works for reunion of Church of Sweden and Roman Catholic Church. The Church Coalition for Bible and Confession is organisation similar to Anglican Forward in Faith. Also Anglican Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament is active partly within Church of Sweden. The 15th century saw the climax of Lübeck's hegemony. (Visby, one of the midwives of the Hanseatic league in 1358, declined to become a member. Visby dominated trade in the Baltic before the Hanseatic league, and with its monopolistic ideology, suppressed the Gotlandic free-trade competition.) By the late 16th century, the League imploded and could no longer deal with its own internal struggles, the social and political changes that accompanied the Reformation (Protestant Reformation), the rise of Dutch and English merchants, and the incursion of the Ottoman Turks upon its trade routes and upon the Holy Roman Empire itself. Only nine members attended the last formal meeting in 1669 and only three (Lübeck, Hamburg and Bremen) remained as members until its final demise in 1862. location_country location Visby, Gotland locations '''Destination Gotland''' is a Swedish ferry-line that run state-subsidiarised domestic ferries from Nynäshamn and Oskarshamn to Visby on the island of Gotland. It is a wholly owned daughter company of '''Rederi AB Gotland'''. In the summer of 2007 Destination Gotland also begin to run a service between the island of Gotland and the island of Öland. The fleet consists of four high-speed Ro-Pax ferries. The transport volumes to the island of Gotland is more than 1.4 million passengers and 640,000 lane meters of freight per year. During the high season the frequency is up to 16 departures per day to between the mainland of Sweden and the island of Gotland. History Destination Gotland was founded in 1998 and has since that served the routes Visby to Nynäshamn and Oskarshamn. Originally 75% of the company was owned by Rederi Ab Gotland and 25% by Silja Line. In January 1999 Silja Line sold its share in the company to Rederi Ab Gotland, who from then has been the sole owner of the company. At the same time Destination Gotland changed from using Silja Lines reservations system to the BOOKIT reservations system, which is now used for all their ferry reservations and ticketing. Dawson, Philip, ''Please be Seated: The airline seat's ascendency over the traditional ship's berth'', "ShipPax GUIDE 04", 96-102, ISSN 0282-8898 Ship operator 1981—1982: Vaasanlaivat-Vasabåtarna 1983: Karageorgios Line 1984—1996: Larvik Line 1996—2008: Color Line 2008 onwards: SNAV Ship registry 1981—1983: Visby,

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Boston serves as the core of a definition used by the U.S. Census Bureau known as the New England city and town area (NECTA). The set of towns containing the core urbanized area plus surrounding towns with strong social and economic ties to the core area is defined as the ''Boston-Cambridge-Nashua, MA-NH Metropolitan NECTA''. The Boston NECTA is further subdivided into several NECTA divisions, which are listed below. The Boston, Framingham


championship (2:37:37). * Western Heights College, Geelong, Australia * Western Heights High School is a high school in Rotorua, New Zealand * Western Heights High School (Western_Heights_High_School,_Oklahoma_City) is a public high school in in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma), Oklahoma In the 1970s, the third Labour Government of New Zealand (New Zealand Labour Party) (1972-75) under Prime Minister Norman Kirk was reportedly known for its strong

social conscience in both international and domestic affairs (Govt Whips Office 1974, Bassett 1978, Hayward 1981). The government confronted the global nuclear arms race by strong opposition to French testing in the Pacific. As a nation, New Zealand sponsored non-proliferation measures such as the South Pacific Nuclear Free Zone (later embodied in the Rarotonga Treaty of 1986) and South Pacific Environmental programme. The Labour Government ended national conscription and New Zealand’s contribution to the Vietnam War upon coming to power in 1972. Notably also, they cancelled the visas of a visiting Springboks (South Africa national rugby union team) in early 1974 to show its opposition to the regime of apartheid in that country. On the domestic front, it demonstrated its commitment to environmental protection by setting up a Royal Commission on Nuclear Power in 1974, and the establishment of the Guardians of the Rotorua Lakes and Lake Manapouri (both 1973). thumb left 250px The Meridian Mall, Dunedin, home of Arthur Barnett Ltd. (Image:MeridianDunedin.jpg)Arthur Barnett took over the ailing D.I.C. (D.I.C. (department store)) department store company in the 1980s. The D.I.C. had stores throughout New Zealand and should have proven a good geographical match for Arthur Barnett. In particular, the D.I.C. had 4 stores in the Auckland market, New Zealand's biggest. In December 1987, Arthur Barnett bought the trading assets of the three South Island stores and 50% of the 13 North Island stores which were run as a joint venture with Brierley Investments Ltd. Arthur Barnett Ltd bought the 16 D.I.C. stores outright in July 1988. The D.I.C. Stores were in Invercargill, Dunedin, Christchurch, Lower Hutt, Palmerston North, Wanganui, Hastings (Hastings, New Zealand), Napier (Napier, New Zealand), Gisborne (Gisborne, New Zealand), Rotorua, Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), Pakuranga, Henderson (Henderson, New Zealand), Karangahape Road (Auckland), Takapuna, and Whangarei. '''Ohakuri''' is a dam and hydroelectric power station on the Waikato River, central North Island, New Zealand, midway between Taupo, Rotorua and Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand). Its dam is about 5 km upstream of the Atiamuri Dam. 100px Jean Batten's Percival Gull, G-ADPR, preserved at Auckland International Airport (Image:Jean Batten's Percival Gull.jpg) '''Jean Gardner Batten (Jean Batten)''' CBE (Order of British Empire) (September 15, 1909 – November 22, 1982) was a New Zealand aviator, born in Rotorua. Internationally, she was the most well-known New Zealander of the 1930s. In 1934 she flew solo from England to Australia. For this achievement and for subsequent record-breaking flights, she was awarded the Harmon Trophy three times from 1935 through 1937. In 1938, she was the first woman to be awarded the medal of the Federation Aeronautique Internationale, aviation's highest honor. 100px Mud pool at Tikitere ("Hell's Gate"), Rotorua (Image:Tikitere Mud Pool n.jpg) '''Rotorua''' is a city located on the southern shore of Lake Rotorua in the Bay of Plenty region of the North Island of New Zealand. It has a population of 53,000 half of which are Māori. The city is located 60 km south of Tauranga, 105 km south-east of Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand) and 82 km north-east of Taupo. Central North Island Upon reaching Aotearoa Ngātoro-i-rangi left the waka at Te Awa o te Atua (near Matatā) and headed inland. As he went about, springs of water appeared where he stamped his foot. These springs are stills seen all over the area, such as around the Rotorua Lakes district, through to Tokaanu. He also placed patupaiarehe (human-like spirit beings) on the hills. Recently featured: Rotorua · Jean Batten · New Zealand foreshore and seabed controversy · '''Archive (Portal:New_Zealand Selected_article 2006)''' Recently featured: Military history of New Zealand · Rotorua · Jean Batten · '''Archive (Portal:New_Zealand Selected_article 2006)''' Recently featured: Shortland Street · Military history of New Zealand · Rotorua · '''Archive (Portal:New_Zealand Selected_article 2006)''' After initial trials around Wellington, the 88-seaters were deployed on a wide variety of provincial services. In the North Island they ran Auckland - Okaihau, Auckland - Te Puke, Auckland - Rotorua, Auckland - New Plymouth, Wellington - Palmerston North via Masterton, and Wellington - Gisborne (Gisborne, New Zealand). In the South Island they ran Christchurch - Picton (Picton, New Zealand), Christchurch - Invercargill, and in conjunction with the Vulcan class (NZR RM class (Vulcan)), Christchurch - Greymouth and Ross (Ross, New Zealand). The '''Waicoa Bay Stallions''' are a rugby league team that represent the Upper Central Zone (Waikato Rugby League (Wai), Coastline Rugby League (Coa) and the Bay of Plenty Rugby League (Bay) and Gisborne) in the Albert Baskerville Trophy. This is a vast area that includes Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), Rotorua and Taupo. As a result they shared their home games around several different stadiums. A man in Rotorua (w:Rotorua) today was shot after being involved in a crash outside the Rotorua International Stadium (w:Rotorua International Stadium). Rotorua (w:Rotorua) has banned criminals with five or more dishonesty convictions from entering the Central Business District (w:Central Business District) (CBD). The criminals will be issued with trespass notices banning them from the main streets of Rotorua. On Saturday he will represent Queen Elizabeth II (w:Elizabeth II of New Zealanf) at a ceremony at the Te Papiouru Marae in Rotorua (w:Rotorua) to commemorate the bravery of Lance Sergeant Haane Manahi (w:M%C4%81ori_Battalion#Victoria_Cross), where he will present Lance Sergeant Manahi's grand niece Donna Maria Grant and his iwi, Te Arawa (w:Te Arawa); a sword from the collection of George VI (w:George VI of the United Kingdom), a letter from the Queen, New Zealand's Head of State (w:Monarchy in New Zealand), and an altar cloth. On Sunday he will visit Mokoia Island, then later rededicate the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph (w:Auckland War Memorial Museum). Seven general reporting journalists will be leaving, which only leaves six left from the Auckland (w:Auckland) newsroom. Two sports reporting journalists will also be leaving from the Auckland newsroom, leaving six. Accredited parliament reporters also look to face redundancy cuts, as well as reporters from the Christchurch (w:Christchurch) newsroom. As well as people losing their jobs, the Queenstown (w:Queenstown, New Zealand), Wanganui (w:Wanganui) and Rotorua (w:Rotorua) newsrooms will be closed, as well as the news reference library, and the current affairs show, Sunday looks set to close its Wellington office. Head of journalism at the University of Canterbury (w:University of Canterbury), Jim Tully says that the closing of the Queenstown newsroom is a big mistake. Current affairs show, Close Up (w:Close Up) will also lose two journalists and a Christchurch producer, but will gain a producer in Auckland. Fair Go (w:Fair Go), consumer affairs show, will lose three senior producers. Breakfast will lose a weather and sports presenter, and a producer. :'''Phil:'''When archaic trading hours for bars and retail exist in a secular society and ‘tourist’ towns like Rotorua (w:Rotorua) and Queenstown (w:Queenstown) can trade openly then things need to change. NZ is highly reliant on Tourism….. we can’t be closed. Over zealous Police and Liquor licensing people who interpret laws made public comments in advance of the weekend which did deter people from coming. While we can’t quantify the numbers we have had considerable comment to this effect. Commons:Category:Rotorua


of culture in any way. Although, after the end of the German coal and steel boom, many companies of all kind have settled at The Ruhr Valley, unemployment here is quite high (7.7% national average, 11.5% of the Ruhr, as of July 2008). This has several reasons. First, many immigrants stick to the living and educational ideals of their origin. Second, the residents of all nationalities are very down to earth, because they are involved generally in strong social networks that mitigate the worst effects of unemployment. In addition, good-quality housing in the Ruhr area is quite inexpensive. Therefore, the attendance for migration is low. Also, many of the newly created jobs are in the high-tech sector and cannot easily be filled by workers exempted from production. Characteristics * Do not expect that every German wears leather-trousers. They are common only in Bavaria and, even there, only on special occasions. * Germans mind (in general) the traffic rules and often become angrily if others do not. Crossing the road while traffic lights atr green for drivers can become dangerous. Drivers rely on that you mind the rules too. * Germans are not prude, so be prepared if you watch German TV. * If you get the idea that a parking slot is quite small, look for a bigger one before you touch another car when parking. * There are not so many public toilets. If you need one, try a snack bar or a restaurant. Also, big shopping malls have a customer toilet. Not recommended are the toilets of the fast food chains. They are often badly serviced. * To be dressed casually in the streets is generally accepted and most restaurants. * Smoking is forbidden in public buildings as well as in bars and restaurants, except the owner has set up a separate smoking room. * You may drink water from the tap every time and everywhere. It is always of best quality. Climate The main rule about the central European climate is that you cannot predict the weather. Sometimes summers can be cold and wet, while April (most years very rainy) is warm and sunny. But in general the best chance for sun will be from May to August and in October. July and August can become very hot with temperatures up to 35 degrees Celsius. In wintertime, from December to February, the average temperature is about zero. Winter is not generally recommended for travelling to the Ruhr area, but on the other hand in December, Germany's famous Christmas markets take place. The Christmas markets in Dortmund and Münster are definitely worth a visit. class "galleryTable; style "float:right;" - thumb 120px Heavy Industry nearby Bottrop (Image:Ruhrgebiet_Industrie_060922_42_30.jpg) - thumb 120px Farmland at the banks of River Ruhr (Image:Ruhrgebiet_Ruhrauen_060719_28_20.jpg) - thumb 120px inside a big city (Image:Ruhrgebiet_Bochum_080909_063_30.jpg) - thumb 120px ... and this is also The Ruhr: '''medival City Center of Hattingen''' (Image:Ruhrgebiet_Hattingen_070912_017_30.jpg) - thumb 120px coal seam at Mutten-valley (Image:Ruhrgebiet_Muttental_060509_015_30.jpg) - thumb 120px Industrial ambiente: '''Colosseum Theater''' (Image:Ruhrgebiet_Essen_colosseum_061121_006_30.jpg) Talk The pronounced Ruhr dialect (Herbert Knebel Dr.Stratmann, Atze Schröder) of the 20th century is generally disliked and is hardly spoken. The openness of the people of the region is shaping now a new dialect, which was enriched by linguistic and grammatical elements of the immigrants from 167 nations. Do not expect that everyone understands English, although most people have had English lessons at school. You will have fewer problems if you are able to communicate in German. But communication in English is possible if you do not hesitate to ask the next guy if the first one does not understand you. At some quarters you will find a lot of people able to talk Turkish and, according to the immigration of the last decade, some guys with Polish or Russian. Other languages are not very common. Get in By plane '''Düsseldorf international''' (DUS)has excellent highway connections. By car, you can be inside the Ruhr Area in about 15 minutes. Or take the train. The airport has two stations. Take the S-Bahn from the terminal station to Düsseldorf main station and from there the Regional-Express towards Duisburg. Or use the overhead railway 'Skytrain' to get to long-distance station (about five minutes) and from there the Regional-Express towards Duisburg. For early morning departures, a direct RegionalExpress train runs from the Ruhr area to Düsseldorf Flughafen Terminal station. '''Airport Dortmund''' (DTM) Shuttle buses to Dortmund main railway station and Holzwickede railway station. Public transport buses towards Unna and Dortmund-Aplerbeck Stadtbahn station. '''Airport Weeze-Niederrhein''' (NRN) Public transport bus towards Duisburg and Essen. By train The cities of Duisburg, Mühlheim (note that not all trains stop here), Essen, Bochum, Dortmund and Hamm are situated at the main south-north route and are therefore often hit by long-distance trains. From there, there is a non-straight-tight, but sufficient network of commuter trains and subways in other cities at the Ruhr. By bus Direct long-distance buses run from many major European cities. Deutsche Touring is the major operator. By car Highways lead to the Ruhr from all directions. In the north-south direction, the A1 (Hamburg-Cologne) leads through the eastern Ruhr area. The A3 (Arnhem-Cologne-Frankfurt) opens to the west part and Oberhausen and Duisburg. In east-west direction, the A2 (Oberhausen-Hannover) runs through the northern part of the Ruhr. The central and southern area around Duisburg, Essen and Dortmund is accessible from the A40 (Ruhrschnellweg). East of Dortmund, the A40 changes its name to A44. Directly from the north, crossing the Münsterland, the A31 leads to the center of the region, from the south the A45 (Sauerland line) leads the Ruhr.There are numerous other highways which run through the different regions of the Ruhr. Get around In general inside the big cities public transport is well developed and faster than going by car. But outside the car is often the better choice. Public Transport Since most cities have their separate transport association, coordination is not always the best. But they are all linked together including trains like S-Bahn and Regionals-Express by Verkehrsverbund Rhein Ruhr (VRR) and Tarifraum Münsterland Ruhr-Lippe (VRL) at the eastern limits. Look for tarifs and timetables there. Within a city use bus, tram or underground. Many lines cross city limits several times during their route, this is common and should not be considered alarming. Since most cities in the region blend into one another, traveling across cities is possible but slow. However riding a bus or tram can give you insights you will get nowhere else. If you are short on time, use the S-Bahn or Regional-Express. These are trains, and you will have to get to the nearest station. They all have the same pricing system so that the tickets are valid for all vehicles within the borderlines of the VRR on one hand and VRL on the other hand. For change from VRR to VRL and vice versa exists special conditions. Refer to the internet sites or contact one of the information offices of the organisations. Generally, single tickets are quite expensive, usually cheaper are day tickets, group tickets, family tickets or for longer stays, tickets with a monthly pass. There are 5 fare levels. As a rule of thumb: if you travel 3-4 bus stops or 1.5 km (different rules for each city) you need level K, for travelling within one city or two adjacent suburbs you need level A, for a ride to the next neighbour city fare level B is needed, if you transit to a neighbour city of a neighbour city use level C, and level D is for rides to any location within the area of VRR. You can obtain tickets from the customer offices of the local transport association, from the ticket-machines at the subway stations, from ticket machines within the trams, from bus drivers and from designated kiosks. The surface of the ticket machines can be switched to several languages, english is always among them. '''If there is a ticket machine at a station, it is usually not possible to buy a ticket within the vehicle. Even if you just enter the platforms of a subway station without holding a valid (stamped) ticket, you may be fined'''. Tickets are rarely checked on platforms. Since tickets are not stamped when bought, you have to do it by yourself before entering a vehicle. The orange stamp boxes are located at the entrance of the platforms of subway and trains and within trams and busses. If you depart from a station without being able to buy tickets and without a ticket machine on board the train, you need to ask the conductor or, if there is none, the driver what to do. Regional Transport Regional trains may be used with tickets of VRR within the VRR-area. By taxi Going by taxi is quite expensive. Calculate a price of about 1.60€ km plus a onetime charge from the approach. By car The sometimes very long distances let rise the idea to head for the desired goals by car. You can do so, the road network is consistently good, the orientation due to the numerous places and highways difficult. Avoid the rush hour, which is not so shaped as you might be expect by experience with other cities but more extended to the early morning and late afternoon. All highways are very prone to traffic jam. This is particularly true for the A1 around Dortmund, the A3 between Dusseldorf and Oberhausen, the A40 along the entire length between Duisburg and Dortmund, the A42 between Oberhausen and Herne and the A43, between Bochum and Recklinghausen. By 2010, the A40, between Bochum and Gelsenkirchen will be expanded, which means additional risk of traffic jam. But this highway should be avoided anyway. The better alternative is the A2 or change to bus and train. Only the major traffic jams will be reported during rush hours in the radio program of WDR, information about all jams is available on medium wave 720 KHz. Those who are familiar with the road network can avoid some congestion. Jam forecasts for the next hour with great accuracy is available from road NRW. There, long-term forecasts as well as a travel time calculator are offered, which is very useful for travel planning. Parking garages you will find in adequate number inside the cities, but mind the opening hours. Some close at late evening. By bicycle The Ruhr is not a good spot for cyclists. In the northern part, the situation is perhaps a little better because of the spirit of the Münsterland region nearby than in the southern part, which is quite mountainous. But there are exceptions. The Ruhr Regional Association is buying disused industrial railway lines and converts them to cycle paths. If your target is beside such trails the bike is an opportunity on fine days. But remember, even the core of the Ruhr is 50 km long and the sights are spread over the entire area, in contrast to classical capitals. A list of routes can be found at item “sport”. See * Bochum: '''Mining Museum'''. * Bottrop: Ascent the '''Tetraeder''' situated on rock-dump Prosper Haniel. The dump has a height of 90 Meters, the Tetraeder is 60 Meter high. The view from top onto the Ruhr is nonrecurring - but select a day with fine weather. * Dortmund: '''DASA''' * Duisburg: '''Harbour Trip''' * Essen: World Heritage Site '''Zeche Zollverein'''. * Hagen: '''open air museum''' * Waltrop: '''Ship Lift Henrichenburg''' * Witten: '''Mutten-valley''' * Bochum: '''Eisenbahnmuseum''' (Railway Museum) - one of the biggest of its kind * Dortmund: '''Zeche Zollern''' (Mine Zollern) - a mine with the sharpe of a palace * Duisburg '''Inner Harbour''' - from industrial plant to an fascinating residential and leisure quarter * Duisburg: '''Binnenschifffahrtsmuseum''' (Inland Waterway Museum) - all about inland water transport * Duisburg: '''Landschaftspark''' (Landscape Park) - the steel plant Meiderich as a park, highlight is the accessible furnace * Essen: '''old synagogue''' - an exhibition about jewish life and culture * Essen: '''Villa Hügel''' - the palace of the family Krupp * Hagen: '''Hohenhof''' - the villa of the ''Hagener Impulse'', an ensemble of art nouveau * Hamm: Tamil Temple '''Sri Kamadchi Ampal''' * Marl: '''Chemiepark''' - the superlative chemistry set * Mülheim an der Ruhr: '''Aquarius''' - an exhibition about water with lots of hands on activities * Oberhausen: '''Centro neue Mitte''' (new center) and '''Gasometer''' (Gas-Tank) - most modern shopping center and largest exhibition hall Industrial Heritage Trail The most interesting sites of the industrial heritage are combined under the keyword '''Industrial Heritage Trail''' . The is a fine brochure which you can download as a pdf-file '''here'''. Objects *


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up with a strong social and literary conscience stemming from the political and feminist views of Begum Inam Habibullah, her paternal grandmother. birth_name Irtaza Rubab birth_place Lahore, Punjab (Punjab (Pakistan)), Pakistan. occupation Film actress, model DATE OF BIRTH 1973-07-15 PLACE OF BIRTH Lahore, Punjab (Punjab (Pakistan)), Pakistan. DATE OF DEATH After scoring 43 in the first innings, the second Test in Lahore came down

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television . The K-15 show has since then provided strong social, political and economic criticism of all actors in the respective fields, and through music videos under the band name Duo Trio they have drawn attention to issues such as ethnic toleration, stereotype de-tabooing, and the environment. '''Ferid Muhić''' (born 1944 in Zavidovići, Bosnia and Herzegovina) is a Professor of Philosophy at University Sts. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. He started his academic career as Assistant at the Institute for Sociological Research in Skopje in 1970. He entered the Department of Philosophy as Assistant in 1974; Associate Professor 1976-1980; Full-time Professor 1980-present. Visiting Professor in International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization, Kuala Lumpur; Florida State University; Syracuse University, New York; Sorbonne 8, Paris; and several universities in Southern-East Europe. Main professional specialties: contemporary philosophy, cultural anthropology, aesthetics and political philosophy. Aromanians (w:Aromanians) are a distinct ethnic group currently living mainly in Southeastern Europe (w:Southeastern Europe), especially Greece (w:Greece) and Macedonia (w:Republic of Macedonia). The Aromanians are closely related to the Romanian people (w:Romanians), both being descendants from the Latin peoples which lived in Southeastern Europe since the time of the Roman Empire (w:Roman Empire). The Aromanian language (w:Aromanian language), which is spoken by around 500,000 people internationally, is the closest language to Romanian (w:Romanian language). Six of the suspects are Swiss (w:Switzerland) nationals, two come from Serbia and Montenegro (w:Serbia and Montenegro), one comes from Italy (w:Italy), two from the Republic of Macedonia (w:Republic of Macedonia), one from the Dominican Republic (w:Dominican Republic) and one from Bosnia and Hercegovina (w:Bosnia and Hercegovina). All live in Zurich.

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in the record time of 8 days and 15 hours and 51 minutes. The reception they received rivaled Charles Lindbergh's everywhere they went. They had lunch at the White House on July 6, rode in a ticker-tape parade the next day in New York City, and were honored at a banquet given by the Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce of America at the Hotel Astor. After the flight, Post acquired the ''Winnie Mae'' from F.C. Hall, and he and Gatty published an account of their journey titled, ''Around the World in Eight Days,'' with an introduction by Will Rogers. Milo is also a reporter for the ''Bloom Beacon'' and later the ''Bloom Picayune'', where he engages in controversial reporting (he says he graduated from the "Rupert Murdoch School of Exuberant Journalism"). In early strips, he regularly bothers Senator Bedfellow with ridiculous questions, asking for confirming accusations (usually about the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa), and attempting to convict him for virtually anything, although Bedfellow is not his only target. A noteworthy scandal he creates (with some help from Oliver Wendell Jones) involved changing the front page article of the ''New York Times'', from " Ronald


Punjabi communities, including Khatris.Generally they retained their tribal, clan or caste affiliations as has been the norm in the region. Similarly, the Khatris who converted to Islam, continue to retain a strong social identity and are known as ''Punjabi Shaikhs''. '''Charikar''' ( Commons:Category:Afghanistan WikiPedia:Afghanistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Afghanistan

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