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Erfoud

team including two space suit simulators (Aouda.X and Aouda.S) and a number of rover (Rover_(space_exploration))s to conduct a large number of experiments. They were supported by a Mission Support Center run from Innsbruck, Austria to simulate a mission to the surface of Mars. The main desert base camp was named


Anadyrsky District

they hunted to form ever larger herds. The economy of the region was driven mainly by these activities until the 17th century. Smirnov, pp. 300–301 17th–19th centuries By the mid-17th century, Russian forts had begun to appear in the Far East, but they had not yet settled in the area known today as Chukotka. At this time, an exploratory team including the Cossack (Cossacks) Semyon


Zenica

on played for the Bosnian national team (Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team), including former team captain Mirsad Hibić, Nermin Šabić and Senad Brkić. - 14. 29 March 2003 Bilino Polje (:en:Bilino Polje), Zenica '''1'''-1 1–1 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification - - 20


Jönköping

the national team (Swedish national football team), including the 1994 FIFA World Cup and Euro 1992. He has won four Swedish Championships. DATE OF BIRTH July 8, 1968 PLACE OF BIRTH Jönköping, Sweden DATE OF DEATH '''Carl Carlsson Mörner''' (December 1, 1755 in Jönköping - June 24, 1821 in Stockholm) was a Swedish (Sweden) nobleman, officer, and politician. After rising through the ranks after being accepted


Celje

, Xemxija, Zaprešić, Šmartno ob Paki, Šmartno pri Litiji, Šoštanj, Štore, Žalec, Železniki, Žetale, Žiri * Expansion needed (updated by bot) International career He debuted for the Slovenia national team (Slovenia national football team) on 22 April 1998 in Murska Sobota against the Czech Republic (Czech Republic national football team). He gave many notable performances for the national team, including a spectacular goal scored from


Fes

several members of the original production team, including screenwriter Glória Perez and director Jayme Monjardim. LA Times - Upfronts: Telemundo announces fall lineup birth_date ), (born '''Salma Bennani'''; 10 May 1978


Kuwait City

in the Persian Gulf during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm (Gulf War). A rescue team including regimental assets was formed on the spur of the moment to save Americans and other foreign nationals besieged by rebels in Mogadishu, Somalia (Mogadishu). As it had during the World War II, RLT 2 acted as a diversion force tying Iraqi forces to the coast while the main attack struck inland during the liberation of Kuwait in 1991. One battalion (2 2) was attached to the 6th Marine Regiment


Oran

; Raho represented the Algeria national team (Algeria national football team) from 1998 to 2010, participating in the 2002 (2002 African Cup of Nations), 2004 (2004 African Cup of Nations) and 2010 Africa Cup of Nations. In total, he has 48 caps for the team, including 18 FIFA World Cup qualfying matches. He made his debut for the national team against Libya (Libya national football team) on August 14, 1998. DATE OF BIRTH


Peterborough, Ontario

, including one with a team including six of his sons at the North American Indian Lacrosse Tournament, which he later said was one of his biggest thrills. He twice won the Tom Longboat Award as Canada's outstanding First Nations athlete, and was inducted into the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1969. He was born in Brussels, Belgium in 1821 to Major General Francis Haultain and Eliza Ann Dean. Haultain lived in Beligum while his father was stationed there and eventually returned to Britain. studied at the Royal Military Academy (Royal Military Academy, Woolwich) in Woolwich, England. He served with the Royal Artillery, retiring as Lieutenant-Colonel in 1860. He settled at Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) later that year and was elected to the 7th Parliament of the Province of Canada representing Peterborough in 1861. In 1864 as a member of the Reform Party (Reform movement (pre-Confederation Canada)), he was elected to the same seat in a by-election. Born in Omemee, Ontario (located near Peterborough, Ontario), he attended the University of Toronto, was a Rhodes Scholar, and graduated with a PhD from the University of Chicago in 1946. thumb Last logo as Smooth Jazz "Wave 94.7" until August 2011 right 150px (Image:CIWV-FM.PNG) In 2007, the station applied to add new transmitters in Meaford (Meaford, Ontario), Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2007-392 Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2007-406 and Ottawa, Ontario. Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2007-407 All applications were denied by the CRTC (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission). *Bishop Hamilton School, Ottawa - Mahlekefane Primary School, Mahlekefane *Edmison Heights Public School, Peterborough, Ontario - Pontmain Primary School, Pontmain *Elmwood School (Elmwood School (Ottawa)), Ottawa - St. Charles High School, Seboche Overall, over 150,000 customers were without power during August 2's storms, mostly in the Georgian Bay, Haliburton (Haliburton County, Ontario), Hastings (Hastings County, Ontario) and Toronto regions, as well as areas near Arnprior (Arnprior, Ontario), Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario), Belleville (Belleville, Ontario), Tweed (Tweed, Ontario) and Napanee (Greater Napanee, Ontario) in eastern Ontario.


Vancouver, Washington

of the Trail Blazers. Chief among them is ''The Oregonian'', the largest paper in the state of Oregon. Other newspapers providing detailed coverage of the team (including the assignment of beat writers to cover the team) include the ''Portland Tribune'', a weekly Portland paper, and the Vancouver, Washington ''Columbian (The Columbian)''. Notable local journalists to cover the team include John Canzano and Jason Quick of the ''Oregonian'' and Dwight Jaynes


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