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Baidoa

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Jubaland

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Tukwila, Washington

remains an affordable area close to the high employment areas of Renton and Seattle. The name "Skyway" may be derived from the area's correspondence with a high ridge in western Washington's hilly terrain, a name that echoes the Welsh (Welsh language) “Bryn Mawr (Bryn Mawr (disambiguation))” (also the denomination used for a village and several other places), which means ''big hill'' term ?&direction ew&type all


Somalia

of the Siad Barre regime in 1991 that the federal government controlled most of the country.

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Washington, D.C.

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Buenos Aires

to Italy the following year. In Florence he founded the weekly anarchist paper ''La Questione Sociale'' (''The Social Question'') in which his most popular pamphlet, ''Fra Contadini'' (''Among Farmers''), first appeared. Malatesta went back to Naples in 1884—while waiting to serve a three year prison term—to nurse the victims of a cholera epidemic. Once again, he fled Italy to escape imprisonment and went to South America. He lived in Buenos Aires in 1885, where he resumed publication of ''La Questione Sociale'', and was involved in the founding of the first militant workers' union in Argentina, the Bakers Union, and left an anarchist impression in the workers' movements there for years to come. Post-war In 1947, Walton was presented with the Royal Philharmonic Society's Gold Medal. Kennedy, p. 136 In the same year he accepted an invitation from the BBC to compose his first opera. He decided to base it on Chaucer (Geoffrey Chaucer)'s ''Troilus and Criseyde'', but his preliminary work came to a halt in April 1948 when Alice Wimborne died. To take Walton's mind off his grief, the music publisher Leslie Boosey persuaded him to be a British delegate to a conference on copyright in Buenos Aires later that year. Other British delegates were Eric Coates and A. P. Herbert. See Kennedy, p. 143 While there, Walton met Susana Gil Passo (Susana, Lady Walton) (1926–2010), daughter of an Argentine lawyer. At 22 she was 24 years younger than Walton (Alice Wimborne had been 22 years his senior), and at first she ridiculed his romantic interest in her. He persisted, and she eventually accepted his proposal of marriage. The wedding was held in Buenos Aires in December 1948. From the start of their marriage, the couple spent half the year on the Italian island of Ischia, and by the mid-1950s they lived there permanently. Kennedy, pp. 75, 140, 143, 144 and 208 1990s The 1990s brought a series of changes. Deregulation of the Mexican airline industry brought new competitors. Seeking to remain competitive, the airline updated their fleet with European-built Airbus A320 (Airbus A320 family)s in 1991 and Dutch Fokker F100s in 1992. In 1993, a reorganized AeroMéxico took over as the company struggled financially. During the mid-1990s, the Mexican economy was hard-hit by the devaluation of the Mexican peso and Mexicana, AeroMéxico, and their regional affiliates were nationalized when their parent company, CINTRA (Corporación Internacional de Transporte Aereo), was taken over by the government. The airlines remained in their merged state until 2005. As happened in 1967, a new management team was hired, this time headed by President and CEO, Fernando Flores. The company was reorganized and rationalized, with a new emphasis placed on international service. Unprofitable routes were cut and the DC-10s were retired. The airline ventured deep into South America by adding flights to Lima, Peru, Santiago de Chile, and Buenos Aires, Argentina and further into North America, adding flights to Montreal, Canada. To operate these new and longer routes, the airline leased Boeing 757s. Another aspect of this reorganization involved the creation of alliance (airline alliance)s. Mexicana was part of regional alliances LatinPass and Alas de America, and they later formed an alliance with United Airlines. This latter alliance brought Mexicana into the network of global alliances, as it eventually led the airline into the Star Alliance. Recognizing the usefulness and importance of the Internet, the airline launched a website and eventually included a reservation center. Also around this time, Mexicana adopted a new color scheme, with assorted colors on the tails of their planes. thumb down Airbus A340 Airbus A340-300 (File:Momento histórico, el primer avión entrando en el Hangar.jpg) at Barcelona's (Barcelona Airport) Iberia Maintenance. The airline was nationalised (Nationalization) on 30 September 1944 and became part of INI (Instituto Nacional de Industria). In 1946, it was the first airline to fly between Europe and South America after WWII (World War II), using a Douglas DC-4 flying from Madrid to Buenos Aires. By the Pact of Madrid in 1953, visa requirements were eliminated for US visitors to Spain. This stimulated the start of transatlantic flights between Spain and United States the following year. In addition, the amendments made in Montreal to the Convention on International Civil Aviation on 14 June 1954 were liberal to Spain, allowing mass tourism using charter planes. The carrier (Air carrier) saw the incorporation of both the Potez 62 and the Douglas DC-2 into its fleet in the early 1940s, the latter acquired from the US Government. Following the outbreak of World War II, PLUNA was forced to suspend operations between 1942 and 1944 due to the lack of spare parts. The delicate position PLUNA was in at this time led the Uruguayan Government to aid the company by boosting its stake to 85% on Commons:Category:Buenos Aires Wikipedia:Buenos Aires Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina Provinces Buenos Aires City


Florence

'' (''The Social Question'') in which his most popular pamphlet, ''Fra Contadini'' (''Among Farmers''), first appeared. Malatesta went back to Naples in 1884—while waiting to serve a three year prison term—to nurse the victims of a cholera epidemic. Once again, he fled Italy to escape imprisonment and went to South America. He lived in Buenos Aires in 1885, where he resumed publication of ''La Questione Sociale'', and was involved in the founding of the first militant workers' union in Argentina, the Bakers Union, and left an anarchist impression in the workers' movements there for years to come. Smithson dedicated his life to investigating the natural world, and visited Florence, Paris, Saxony, the Swiss Alps, and many other parts of Europe to find crystals and minerals on which he could perform experiments – including diluting, grinding, igniting, and even chewing and sniffing them – to discover and classify their elemental (Chemical element) properties. In 1802, Smithson proved that zinc carbonates were true carbonate minerals and not zinc oxides, as was previously thought. See Commons:Category:Florence Wikipedia:Florence Dmoz:Regional Europe Italy Regions Tuscany Localities Florence


Northern Ireland

gutties ''; "sannies" (from 'sand shoe') is also used in Scotland. In parts of the West Country and Wales (South Wales) they are known as "daps" or "dappers". In London, the home counties, much of the West Midlands (region) West Midlands


Greece

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Argentina

'' (''The Social Question'') in which his most popular pamphlet, ''Fra Contadini'' (''Among Farmers''), first appeared. Malatesta went back to Naples in 1884—while waiting to serve a three year prison term—to nurse the victims of a cholera epidemic. Once again, he fled Italy to escape imprisonment and went to South America. He lived in Buenos Aires in 1885, where he resumed publication of ''La Questione Sociale'', and was involved in the founding of the first militant workers' union in Argentina, the Bakers Union, and left an anarchist impression in the workers' movements there for years to come. Aznavour finished a tour of Portugal in February 2008. On 18 January 2008 he participated as guest vocalist with the contestants of the French reality show Star Academy and sang his famous ''Emmenez-Moi'' with contestant Jérémy Chapron. Throughout the spring of 2008, Aznavour toured South America, holding a multitude of concerts in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Uruguay. Summer saw him in Quebec, and a return to Latin America followed in autumn. The church is officially established in the following countries and territories: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, the Cayman Islands, Chile, Colombia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Fiji, France, French Polynesia, Germany, Guam, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Hungary, India, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Liberia, Malawi, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Papua New Guinea, Peru, the Philippines, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Republic of China (Taiwan), Ukraine, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Venezuela, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Community of Christ Directory, webpage, retrieved April 7, 2007 The '''World Boxing Council''' was initially established by 11 countries: the United States, Argentina, United Kingdom, France, Mexico, Philippines, Panama, Chile, Peru, Venezuela and Brazil plus Puerto Rico, met in Mexico City on February 14, 1963, upon invitation of the then President of Mexico, Adolfo López Mateos, to form an international boxing organization that would achieve the unity of all commissions of the world to control the expansion of boxing. Soybean in Argentina Monsanto claims one of its greatest success stories has been genetically modified soybean (Roundup Ready soya) grown and sold in Argentina, South Africa, and across the USA. There are claims that its use increased soya production by 75% and increased yields by 173% over five years until 2002, giving good profitability to farmers. This was good news for the farmers who saw GM soya as a cash crop which had a good export potential as feed for cattle. Therefore, Argentine farmers relied on GM soya as their only produce. In 2004, there were questions being raised about the actual benefits, scientists claimed that the consequences of growing RR soya in Argentina included a massive exodus of small farmers from the countryside because they could no longer make a living (as they could not afford GM soya) or were driven off their land. Commons:Category:Argentina Wikipedia:Argentina Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina


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