to a number of colonial era churches decorated in Talavera (Talavera (pottery)) tile and in a style called Indigenous or Folk Baroque. The best known example of this is the church in the Santa María Tonatzintla community. The municipality as part of Cholula de Rivadavia As part of the district San Andrés Cholula is one of two municipalities which made up the city of Cholula, Puebla, officially called the Distrito Cholula de Rivadavia. Culturally and socially, the two halves are one city, but the city's political division into two municipalities: San Andrés Cholula and San Pedro Cholula, has its roots in the pre Hispanic period. San Andrés encompasses the city and some more rural areas outside of it from the Great Pyramid on east. The center for the entire city of Cholula is considered to be in the municipality of San Pedro Cholula, where the large Plaza de la Concordancia and the monastery of San Gabriel are. ), is a private university in Mexico. It is located in San Andrés Cholula, Puebla, a suburb of Puebla (Puebla, Puebla). The university is known for its programs in Arts and Humanities, Social sciences, Science and Engineering, and Business and Economics. It is considered to be one of the most prestigious universities in Latin America, as well as being one of the only seven universities in Latin America accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The UDLAP has also been very successful in Mexican collegiate sports; their teams are the Aztecas.
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and men weave. The oldest produced craft in the area is ceramics, followed by textiles, both having their origins in the pre Hispanic period. Ceramics date to between 150 and 200 CE. The arrival of the Spanish changed techniques considerabley and today the most common styles are barro bruñido and a style called Loza de fuego, which is fired twice. The Spanish introduced ironworking to the area, which became important due
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wrestlers primarily used a submission based style called ''Llave'' (Spanish (Spanish language) for "Key" the lucha libre term for submission locks). T2P ran until January 27, 2003 when the roster was absorbed into Toryumon. The third graduating class was known as "Toryumon X" and like T2P also started their own promotion under their class name. Toryumon X made its debut on August 22, 2003
of the Communist Party and, particularly in the early years, was required to conform to the Stalinist style called "Socialist realism". Dimitar Dimov was forced to revise his best-selling novel ''Tobacco'' (adapted for cinema as the 1962 film ''Tobacco'' (Tobacco (film))) to make it acceptable from the viewpoint of socialist realism by adding Communists and working-class characters. In 1981, Elias Canetti won the Nobel prize for literature. Canetti, a German-language writer
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for the rest of his life. Under Bowane's tutorage Franco became a lead guitarist skilled at the Congolese guitar display style called sebene, and also began writing songs for Loningisa artists and singing some himself. By now he had embraced the Cuban rumba and other styles of African music mixed with Latin influences. François Luambo Luanzo Makiadi was born in the rural village of Sona Bata in the western Bas Zaire region of what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo (then the colony of Belgian Congo). When he was still a baby, his parents moved to the capital city of Leopoldville (Kinshasa) (now Kinshasa). His father, Joseph Emongo, was a railroad worker while his mother baked homemade bread to sell at a local market. At age seven he built a rudimentary guitar that he played to attract customers to his mother's stall. His talent was recognized by guitarist Paul Ebengo Dewayon who taught François how to play. In 1950, the twelve year old made his professional debut as a member of Dewayon's band, Watam, impressing audiences with his skills on a guitar almost as big as himself. Three years later, François recorded his first single ''Bolingo na ngai na Beatrice'' (My love for Beatrice) after he had become part of the house band for Loningisa Studio. The band leader, Henri Bowane, shortened his given name to "Franco", a tag that would stay with him for the rest of his life. Under Bowane's tutorage Franco became a lead guitarist skilled at the Congolese guitar display style called sebene, and also began writing songs for Loningisa artists and singing some himself. By now he had embraced the Cuban rumba and other styles of African music mixed with Latin influences. '''Mbuji-Mayi''' (formerly '''Bakwanga''') serves as the capital (Capital (political)) of Kasai-Oriental Province in the south-central Democratic Republic of Congo. It is the third largest city in the country, following the capital Kinshasa and second largest city Lubumbashi but ahead of Kisangani and Kananga. The city is the DRC's third-largest, though the exact population isn't known. Estimates ranged from a 2010 CIA Factbook estimated population of 1,480,000 WikiPedia:Kinshasa Commons:Category:Kinshasa
in the Battle off Samar. The second style, called ''Satti'', is native to the Moro peoples of the southern Philippines (Mindanao, the Sulu Archipelago, southern Palawan and Tawi-Tawi), and is a true satay dish, similar to traditional Malay and Indonesian ''sate'' recipes. The similarities include the preparation and cooking methods of the meat, an exception being that ''satti'' is served with a thick peanut infused soup as opposed to being served dry. The basic marinade for Satti includes the use of peanuts, garlic, ginger, onions, cumin, bagoong belacan, chillies and coconut milk. Due to these areas being predominantly Muslim (Islam), the meats prepared for ''Satti'' are slaughtered according to Halal laws. Meats such as beef, chicken (''manuk''), goat (''kambing'') and lamb (lamb and mutton) (''anak biri'') feature in Tausug Satti. Well renowned by Tausug (Tausūg people), Samal (Samal people) and Bajau locals in the main southern Philippine cities of Zamboanga (Zamboanga City) and Davao, ''Satti'' has not expanded into Christian dominated areas outside the region, apart from ''"delis"'' in the Muslim quarters of the Metro Manila urban area. Authentic Satti is served at restaurants and cafeteria outlets that specialize in cooking the food, with recipes being a closely guarded secret. Motivations for cityhood Although some early cities were given charters because of their advantageous or strategic locations (Angeles, Baguio, Cotabato, Olongapo, Tagaytay, Zamboanga City) or in order to especially establish new government centers in otherwise sparsely populated areas (Palayan, Trece Martires, Quezon City), most Philippine cities were originally incorporated to provide a form of localized civil government to an area that is primarily urban, which, due to its compact nature and different demography and local economy, cannot be necessarily handled more efficiently by more rural-oriented provincial and municipal governments. However, not all cities are purely areas of dense urban settlement. To date there are still cities with huge expanses of rural or wilderness areas and considerable non-urban populations, such as Calbayog, Davao (Davao City), Puerto Princesa, and Zamboanga (Zamboanga City) as they were deliberately incorporated with increased future resource needs and urban expansion, as well as strategic considerations, in mind. *Legazpi City (1948–1954) - Legazpi's cityhood was approved on June 18, 1948. Under Republic Act No. 306, Legazpi became a city after the President of the Philippines proclaimed its cityhood. Republic Act No. 306, Chan-Robles Law Library. Comprising the present-day territories of Legazpi City and Daraga (Daraga, Albay), the city was dissolved on June 8, 1954 History of Legazpi City when Legazpi and Daraga were made into separate municipalities. Legazpi eventually became a city on its own on June 12, 1959. *Basilan City (1948–1973) - formerly part of the city of Zamboanga (Zamboanga City) until it was made a city on its own in 1948 through. Republic Act No. 288, Chan-Robles Law Library. Delimited to only the downtown area of what is now Isabela City upon the creation of the province of Basilan in 1973 through Presidential Decree No. 356 by President Ferdinand Marcos. Presidential Decree No. 356, Chan-Robles Law Library. Finally abolished and annexed to the municipality of Isabela on November 7, 1975 by virtue of Presidential Decree No. 824. Presidential Decree No. 824, Chan-Robles Law Library. *Rajah Buayan City (1966) - under Republic Act No. 4413, Republic Act No. 4413 the then-municipality of General Santos in what was then the unified province of Cotabato was to be formally converted into a city named after a historical ruler in Mindanao on January 1, 1966, provided that majority of qualified voters in the municipality vote in favor of cityhood in a plebiscite. In December 1965 the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) proclaimed the cityhood of Rajah Buayan, with 4,422 people voting for and 3,066 voting against. However, two residents of the new city challenged this by arguing in the courts that the number of people who voted in favor of cityhood did not form a majority in light of the fact that there were 15,727 voters in the city. The court issued an injunction on January 4, 1966 restraining city officers from performing any acts authorized by or pursuant to provisions in RA 4413. The Supreme Court (Supreme Court of the Philippines) unanimously upheld this decision on October 29, 1966 and declared that the city charter was not accepted by majority of voters, thus rendering RA4413 null and void. ELIGIO T. LEYVA, ET AL. vs. COMMISSION ON ELECTIONS, ET AL. The municipality of General Santos would later be converted into a city under the same name (General Santos) in 1968. align center ZAM align center RPMZ Zamboanga International Airport align center - A postgraduate course in commerce and his increased fluency in the local dialects allowed Parsons to find work with the Philippine Telephone and Telegraph Company. Then in 1927, he went to Zamboanga (Zamboanga City) in Mindanao as a buyer of logs and lumber for the Meyer Muzzell Company. This company, financed by Mayor James Rolph of San Francisco, exported timber to the United States. This job required Parsons to travel extensively throughout Mindanao, learning details about the island and its inhabitants that would save his life many times during World War II. foundation location_city Brgy. San Ramon, Zamboanga City, Zamboanga Peninsula location_country Southeast Asia, Philippines 7000 The '''Zamboanga City Special Economic Zone Authority''' (Zamboecozone), otherwise known by its corporate name as '''Zamboanga Freeport Authority''' (ZFA), was created by virtue of the Republic Acts of the Philippines 7903 of the Philippines, authored by then Congresswoman and late mayor of the city of Zamboanga (Zamboanga City), Maria Clara L. Lobregat (Maria Clara Lobregat). He first made his foray in show business as a model (Model (person)) having won a Body Shots competition early into his college years from Zamboanga (Zamboanga City) to Metro Manila. However, his name gained publicity when he married actress Janice de Belen who bore him 4 children: Inah (b. 1992), Moira (b. 1993), Kaila (b. 1996), and Yuan (b. 1998). *** Isabela City is part of this region (although it is the capital of the ARMM (Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao) province of Basilan), but it is separated from it by Basilan Strait. *** Zamboanga del Sur — Zamboanga City, a chartered city, is unofficially part of this province but is separated from it by Zamboanga Sibugay. ** Some coastal barangays in Canaman, Camarines Sur do not have direct connection to barangays in poblacion. People from some coastal barangays in Canaman have to pass Camaligan via Barangays of Sua and Dugcal or Naga City (Naga City, Camarines Sur) via Bicol River before reaching poblacion.