intellectuals…", '''Levi Yitzchok Bender''' (1897–1989) was a rabbi and leader of the Breslov (Breslov (Hasidic dynasty)) community in both Uman
; '''Stephen Carrie Blumberg''' (born St. Paul (St. Paul, Minnesota), Minnesota) is best known as a bibliomane (bibliomania) who lived in Ottumwa (Ottumwa, Iowa), Iowa. He became known as the Book Bandit and was the most successful book thief of the 20th century in the United States. 199. Ottumwa (Ottumwa, Iowa) - Kirksville (Kirksville, Missouri) '''KTVO''' 1 Ottumwa, IA (Ottumwa, Iowa) Kirksville, MO (Kirksville, Missouri) '''KYOU-TV''' 3 WHO-DT is repeated on '''K27CV''' channel 27 in Ottumwa (Ottumwa, Iowa) and was repeated on '''K66AL''' channel 66 in Clarinda (Clarinda, Iowa). The Ottumwa translator is operated by a local non-profit organization, and the Clarinda translator was owned by the City of Clarinda. Although, I'm of the opinion that it's being overly specific. I would think that "People from Nevada" or "People from New York" would suffice. Otherwise it could create such things as "People from Ottumwa, Iowa" and every other small town. This would then create arguments about where to draw the line as to whether a particular town needs a "People of..." cat. Arrrgh... I really should have stayed in bed.... Dismas (User:Dismas) (talk) (User talk:Dismas) 11:27, 15 October 2005 (UTC) Summary View of Ottumwa, Iowa from the roof of Ottumwa High School, looking west. '''Ottumwa High School''' is a public (Public school (government funded)) high school located in Ottumwa, Iowa. It is part of the Ottumwa Community School District, and it is the district's only high school. It was established in 1923. The school sports mascot is a Bulldog. Campus right thumb OHS is situated on one of the highest hills in Ottumwa, Iowa Ottumwa (Image:Iowa Ottumwa High School looking west.jpg). This view from the roof is an impressive look at downtown Ottumwa. The main campus of Ottumwa High School consists of a four-story building in downtown (central business district) Ottumwa (Ottumwa, Iowa). The hill on which the building sits was once the site of Chief Wapello's (Wapello (chief)) tribal village. Legend suggests he originally called the area "Ottumwa" from this spot in 1838. Campus right thumb OHS is situated on one of the highest hills in Ottumwa, Iowa Ottumwa (Image:Iowa Ottumwa High School looking west.jpg). This view from the roof is an impressive look at downtown Ottumwa. The main campus of Ottumwa High School consists of a four-story building in downtown (central business district) Ottumwa (Ottumwa, Iowa). The hill on which the building sits was once the site of Chief Wapello's (Wapello (chief)) tribal village. Legend suggests he originally called the area "Ottumwa" from this spot in 1838. History KTVO signed-on November 21, 1955 airing an analog signal on VHF channel 3. It was a primary CBS affiliate, although its single market (media market) status allowed it to cherry-pick the most popular programming from NBC and ABC. The station was founded by Jim Conroy. Many people thought the Ottumwa (Ottumwa, Iowa) Kirksville DMA was too small to support a television station but Conroy persevered believing Southeastern Iowa and Northeastern Missouri would be proud to have a locally-based station. This was not a surprise given that KTVO was the area's only channel until 1986 when KOIA-TV (now Fox (Fox Broadcasting Company) affiliate KYOU-TV) took to-the-air. In spite of the rigors of the initial training, Brown was encouraged by instructors and completed the first phase of training, transferring to Ottumwa Naval Air Station in Ottumwa, Iowa, for the next phase. The Ottumwa training involved intense physical fitness and technical training, which Brown completed. Thereafter he was moved to Pensacola Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida, to train in aircraft flight. In Pensacola, Brown and Nix married in secret, as Naval Cadets were not allowed to marry until their training was complete, under threat of immediate dismissal. Nix took a room in Pensacola, and the two visited one another on weekends. In spite of overt racism from at least one instructor and several classmates at this posting, Brown completed the rigorous training in August 1947. '''Ottumwa Heights College''' was a liberal arts (Liberal arts college) women's college (Women's colleges in the United States) based in Ottumwa (Ottumwa, Iowa), Iowa. The school was affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church and was operated by the Sisters of Humility of Mary.
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to be ''Pelourinho'', which was set in Brazil. For the English-speaking world his significance was more for being one of the African authors invited to Rwanda after the 1994 Tutsi-Hutu massacre to "write genocide into memory." From this came the novel ''The Oldest Orphan''; the 2004 translation by the University of Nebraska may be his most successful book in the English language. In November 2010 the English translation of ''le Roi de Kahel'' (''The King of Kahel'') was published by AmazonCrossing, Amazon.com's translated fiction publishing arm, it was the new publishing companies first translated and published book. *AmazonCrossing, ''complete review'', 19 May 2010. The King of Kahel and AmazonCrossing, ''complete review'', 24 August 2010. '''''Frailea''''' is a genus of globular to short cylindrical cacti (cactus) native to Brazil. These species are cleistogamous. 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'''Afonso Alves Martins Júnior''' (born 30 January 1981) is a Brazilian footballer (association football) who plays for the Qatari club Al Rayyan Sports Club as a striker (forward (association football)). He enjoyed the most successful period of his career playing at Heerenveen (SC Heerenveen) in the Dutch Eredivisie, where his goal-to-game ratio was higher than a goal a game. This precipitated a club record move to English (Football in England) club Middlesbrough (Middlesbrough F.C.), the transfer completed on the last day of the transfer window in January 2008. * Bosnia and Herzegovina: FTV, beginning on January 3, 2009, * Brazil: AXN, beginning on August 28, 2006, occupying a ''Lost'' time slot between seasons 2 and 3. * Canada: Space (Space (TV channel)) He was born at Cuxhaven, Germany, where his father was British (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) vice-consul (Consulate general), in 1816. He was educated at Hofwyl College, near Bern in Switzerland, and afterwards at the high school at Bremen (Bremen (city)) in Germany. At 17, he went to Brazil as a junior clerk and was there for about five years, in Bahia and Rio de Janeiro. Alongside the Montreal edition, MUTEK also hosts numerous international versions of its festival in locations often under-represented by the electronic-music industries of Europe and North America. A Mexican edition of MUTEK has taken place in Mexico City since 2003. Annual South American single and or multi-day events have taken place in Argentina and Chile since 2002 and 2004 respectively. Other showcases have also occurred in Brazil and Colombia as well. ''Rhipsalis'' is found as an epiphyte in tropical rainforests, some species may also grow epilithic or, rarely, terrestrial. The genus is found widely in Central America, parts of the Caribbean and a great part of northern and central South America. The center of diversity of ''Rhipsalis'' lies in the rainforests of the Mata Atlantica in southeastern Brazil. It is found throughout the New World, but additionally in tropical Africa, Madagascar, Sri Lanka. It is the only cactus with a natural occurrence outside the New World. thumb right ''Rhipsalis pilocarpa (Image:Rhipsalis pilocarpa10.jpg)'' fruit Description All ''Hatiora'' species are found as epiphytes growing on trees or (rarely) lithophytes growing on rocks. They occur only in the tropical rainforests of the Mata Atlântica in south-eastern Brazil. The plants are weakly succulent, growing upright or pendent; spines are usually missing. The flowers are borne terminally; they are actinomorphic (Floral symmetry) (radially symmetrical) and are always coloured. The fruit is a berry. '''Jadel Abdul Ghani Gregório''' (born September 16, 1980 in Jandaia do Sul, Paraná (Paraná (state))) is a Brazilian athlete (Athletics (sport)) competing in long jump and triple jump. Based in São Paulo, he has competed in several international championships since 2001, and never finished lower than 6th place. Early life He was educated at Geneva, but, preferring an army career to a clerical one, went to Lisbon and enlisted. An accident prevented his sailing with his regiment to Brazil, and after a visit to Flanders, where an uncle offered to secure a commission for him, he went to England in c.1740 50. He had harbored a secret desire to travel to England, and had studied the English language prior to his arrival in London. In 1752 he became tutor to the sons of Thomas and Susanna Hill, a wealthy Shropshire family, who spent part of the year in London. On one of the family's stays in London, Fletcher first heard of the Methodists and became personally acquainted with John and Charles Wesley, as well as his future wife, Mary Bosanquet. In 1757 Fletcher was Ordained as deacon (6 March 1757) and Priest (13 March 1757) in the Church of England, being appointed curate to the Rev. Rowland Chambre in the parish of Madeley, Shropshire. He created in 1927 the ''Alianza Continental'' (Continental Alliance) advocating economical independence for Latin American states, an association gathering mainly students and intellectuals, and focusing in particular on oil policies (petroleum politics). Between 1927 and 1928 Mosconi toured Latin America telling and teaching the authorities about the Argentine experience with regards to fossil fuels, campaigning for an integration of efforts in the matter of petroleum as a resource. Mosconi was the major proponent of a national policy that put natural resources at the service of economic, industrial and social development of the nation. He defended nationalization (Nationalization of oil supplies) of these resources, an absolute fiscal monopoly on surveyance and exploitation, the need for Latin American countries to agree on common actions in this matter, and the passing of resource-related legislation that was advantageous to the interests of the national states. During this trip, Mosconi met with Lázaro Cárdenas, who would nationalize oil in Mexico (Expropiación petrolera) ten years later, and General Elías Plutarco. Pablo Villegas N., Mosconi, el petróleo y la independencia integral de Sudamérica, ''Bolpress'', 19 June 2007
next journey, made when the gold-fever (California Gold Rush) was at its height, was to California as correspondent for the ''Tribune''. From this expedition he returned by way of Mexico, and, seeing his opportunity, published a highly successful book of travels, entitled ''El Dorado; or, Adventures in the Path of Empire'' (2 vols, New York, 1850). Within two weeks of release, the book sold 10,000 copies in the US and 30,000 in Great Britain. '''Roberto ("Bobby
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José Lima (w:José Lima), a former baseball (w:baseball) pitcher for Major League Baseball (w:Major League Baseball)'s Houston Astros (w:Houston Astros), Detroit Tigers (w:Detroit Tigers), Los Angeles Dodgers (w:Los Angeles Dodgers), New York Mets (w:New York Mets), and Kansas City Royals (w:Kansas City Royals) (all in the United States (w:United States)) died suddenly at his Los Angeles home this morning of a heart attack (w:heart attack). He was 37 years old. His death was confirmed by the Los Angeles Dodgers organization and his family.