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Salt Lake City

. The 2001–02 season (2001–02 NHL season) was a banner one for both Shanahan and the Red Wings. Having picked up future Hall-of-Famers Brett Hull, Luc Robitaille and Dominik Hašek in the off-season, the team was primed to win its third Cup since 1997. They cruised to victory and Shanahan continued to play a big role in their success, scoring 37 goals during the regular season and 19 points in their victorious Stanley Cup run. Shanahan also picked up an Winter Olympics Olympic


Pakistan

;google.com" http: www.csmonitor.com World 2009 0424 p06s04-wogn.html Originally a middle order (Batting order (cricket)) batsman, the left-handed Pullar was tried as an opener (Batting order (cricket)) in Test matches (Test cricket) against India (India national cricket team) in 1959, and was an instant success, scoring 75 at Headingley (Headingley Stadium), and 131 at Old Trafford, the first ever Test century by a Lancastrian at the ground. He then became a fixture in the England side for four years, making four centuries in all and averaging more than 43. Pullar did well against South Africa (South Africa national cricket team) at home series of 1960, following a solid winter tour of the West Indies (British West Indies) where he played in all five tests against a bowling attack including Wes Hall, Garfield Sobers and Charlie Griffith who had his debut in the fifth test. He had a good tour to India and Pakistan in 1961-62, and topped the batting averages despite bagging a pair in the first Test in Pakistan. His highest Test score was 175 against the South Africans (South Africa national cricket team) at The Oval in 1960, when he put on 290 for the first wicket with Colin Cowdrey. He had modest success against the Australians (Australia national cricket team) in 1961, when Davidson snared him five times, and Pullar only played twice against Pakistan in England in 1962, scoring only 27 runs in two knocks while others, notably Peter Parfitt, scored freely against a moderate attack. After the tour to Australia in 1962-63 (1962-63 Ashes series), during which he fell ill with pleurisy, Pullar lost his England place and never regained it. Jemaah Islamiyah (JI), an organisation affiliated with al-Qaeda, is alleged to have carried out the bombing. The al-Qaeda link has been backed by Indonesia's Minister of Defense, Matori Abdul Djalil who said the Marriott bombers had trained with al-Qaeda in Afghanistan and Pakistan. ''"Each one of them has special abilities received from training in Afghanistan and Pakistan,"'' Matori Abdul Djalil said on 11 August 2003. He also claimed that the bombers were linked to a group of people arrested in the eastern Indonesian town of Semarang during July 2004 and are alleged to be members of Jemaah Islamiah. *Rusman Gunawan alias "Gun Gun" was sentenced in October 2004 to four years jail for ''facilitating and aiding terrorism''. In particular he was found to have transferred the money (in Australian dollars) that was ultimately used to finance the Marriott bombing. He and six other Indonesian students were arrested during raids in Pakistan. He trained at the Al Ghuraba training camp in Afghanistan. JW Marriott Hotel Bombing In 2002 while he attended university in Pakistan, he took over as the "intermediary" for e-mail messages between al-Qaeda and Hambali, who at the time was hiding in Cambodia. "Indonesia's Jemaah Islamiya" the Jamestown Foundation 2 June 2006 '''Mohammad Wasim''' (born August 8, 1977, Rawalpindi, Punjab (Punjab (Pakistan))) is a Pakistani cricketer who played in 18 Tests (Test cricket) and 25 ODI (One Day International)s from 1996 to 2000. He has scored two Test centuries for Pakistan including one on Test debut (Test cricket). His debut came against New Zealand in 1996, Mohammad Wasim debut v New Zealand after scoring a duck in the first innings he went on to record 109 in the second innings batting at number 7. He gradually moved up the order in subsequent tests eventually to the open the innings for Pakistan in Tests. His second test ton came against Zimbabwe, hitting 192 in Harare, 1998. Wasim second test ton v Zimbabwe In Pakistan, where film industry is not very big, some prominent and brilliant Commons:Category:Pakistan WikiPedia:Pakistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan


Switzerland

was not a success, scoring 2 and 12. commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


Norway

Viking in Norway on a 3 million Danish krone deal. He became an instant success, scoring 11 goals in 15 games to save the team from relegation. In the last game of the 2006 season (Norwegian Premier League 2006) Ijeh scored 4 goals and pressured an opposition defender to concede an own goal as Viking surprisingly demolished local rivals and second-placed S.K. Brann 5-0 to climb two places in the table and thus escape relegation on goal difference. Personal life He


India

hunting was banned in the state. Originally a middle order (Batting order (cricket)) batsman, the left-handed Pullar was tried as an opener (Batting order (cricket)) in Test matches (Test cricket) against India (India national cricket team) in 1959, and was an instant success, scoring 75 at Headingley (Headingley Stadium), and 131 at Old Trafford, the first ever Test century by a Lancastrian at the ground. He then became a fixture in the England side for four years, making four centuries in all and averaging more than 43. Pullar did well against South Africa (South Africa national cricket team) at home series of 1960, following a solid winter tour of the West Indies (British West Indies) where he played in all five tests against a bowling attack including Wes Hall, Garfield Sobers and Charlie Griffith who had his debut in the fifth test. He had a good tour to India and Pakistan in 1961-62, and topped the batting averages despite bagging a pair in the first Test in Pakistan. His highest Test score was 175 against the South Africans (South Africa national cricket team) at The Oval in 1960, when he put on 290 for the first wicket with Colin Cowdrey. He had modest success against the Australians (Australia national cricket team) in 1961, when Davidson snared him five times, and Pullar only played twice against Pakistan in England in 1962, scoring only 27 runs in two knocks while others, notably Peter Parfitt, scored freely against a moderate attack. After the tour to Australia in 1962-63 (1962-63 Ashes series), during which he fell ill with pleurisy, Pullar lost his England place and never regained it. ''Panaeolus cinctulus'' is a cosmopolitan species that grows solitary to gregarious to cespitose on compost piles, well-fertilized lawns and gardens, and rarely directly on horse dung. Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


Australia

on the guitar interplay than anything since ''The Blurred Crusade'', solos had been cut to a bare minimum. Rolling Stone said the album "suggest s a more electrified version of Love (Love (band))'s '68 orchestral rock classic Forever Changes."October 2005, Julia released her debut self-titled album on the Parachute Music label. The album garnered immense radio success, scoring four


United States

''') was a local television talk show in the United States. It aired weekdays at 3PM in the Puget Sound area of Washington (Washington (U.S. state)). It was produced locally by Seattle (Seattle, Washington) TV station KOMO-TV Channel 4, and debuted in September 1984. The series ended its run on September 5, 2008 after a nearly successful 24 year run. In October 2005, Julia released her debut self-titled album on the Parachute Music label. The album garnered immense radio success

, scoring four number one singles in New Zealand as well as two top 20 hits on The Rock Across Australia music chartsShe toured the United States U.S. and Australia as support act for the Parachute band in early 2006, and was a mainstage performer at AGMF '06. Julia regularly features at the annual Parachute Music Festival. The taco salad also takes a twist in many American (United States) homes. Instead


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