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San Pedro Sula

, after the capital Tegucigalpa. It is the capital of the Cortés Department. Early years thumb left San Pedro Sula Cathedral (File:San Pedro Sula Cathedral.jpg) San Pedro Sula was founded on 27 June 1536, by Pedro de Alvarado under the name '''Villa de San Pedro de Puerto Caballos''', close to the town of Choloma. There were around 18 towns populated by indigenous people in the Sula valley at the time. Early descriptions of the landscape indicate abundant swampland and dense tropical forests, with little land good for agriculture or cattle raising. The city's name became San Pedro Sula in the 18th century, after several changes. The "Sula" part of its name comes from the ''Minas de Sula'', gold mines located to the west of the village of Naco. thumb right Panoramic view of Downtown San Pedro Sula (File:Panoramica san pedro sula.jpg) For the first few years of its history, San Pedro was the colonial mint, where gold, found to the west in the Naco, Sula, and Quimistán valleys, had to be brought to smelt, and where the Spanish Crown collected a fifth of the value of the gold. The mint was moved to Gracias, and ultimately to Comayagua in the 1550s. French, English, and Dutch pirates (Piracy) raided and sacked the city, prompting the Spaniards to move the city to its current location along the Chamelecón River. San Pedro languished to a neglected backwater, with few Spanish settlers. New settlers were not attracted to the city, preferring the higher, drier valleys inland with more farmland and gold mines. At the same time, lax Spanish control spurred illicit trade in alcohol from the Caribbean islands, such as Cuba. Wikipedia:San Pedro Sula Dmoz:Regional Central_America Honduras Localities San_Pedro_Sula Commons:Category:San Pedro Sula


; Lenny turned to the east for the final time early on November 22, dissipating the next day about 690 mi (1110 km) east of the Lesser Antilles. right thumb Rainfall totals from Lenny 300px (Image:Lenny1999pr.gif) The eye of Lenny moved over Anguilla, an island located east of the British Virgin Islands. Localized flooding was reported, including in the capital

Burlington, Vermont

been an NBC station based in the state. However, since 1978, WNNE has broadcast programming from that network into parts of western New Hampshire (the region previously served by WRLH) from across the state line in Vermont (and was, for a time early in its existence, licensed to Hanover (Hanover, New Hampshire)). Much of this area is considered part of the Burlington (Burlington, Vermont) Plattsburgh (Plattsburgh, New York) market, although WMUR is still available. The rest

Regina, Saskatchewan

was a Professor in the Faculty of Arts and Faculty of Fine Arts at York University from 1966 to 1990. There was no sophomore jinx for Ray, as, despite splitting time early in the year, he ended up with a 67.6 completion percentage, 4,640 yards, 35 touchdowns and 13 interceptions and was a candidate for the Most Valuable Player award. The Eskimos rebounded from their slow start and made the playoffs, defeating the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the Western final as Ray threw for 356 yards. The 91st Grey Cup in Regina, Saskatchewan featured the Eskimos against the Alouettes. The Eskimos defeated the Alouettes 34-22, for the team's first Grey Cup in a decade. Ray played exceptionally against Alouettes coach Don Matthews's renowned blitzing (blitz (American football)) defense, completing 22 of 32 passes for 301 yards and two touchdowns. '''CBK''' is a Canadian (Canada) clear-channel station, broadcasting the CBC Radio One network at 540 AM (AM radio) to most of southern Saskatchewan. The AM transmitter is located in Watrous (Watrous, Saskatchewan), the city of license, but the studios are in the CBC Regina Broadcast Centre, 2440 Broad Street in Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan). This facility also houses CBK-FM and CBKT. The regiment traces its lineage to July 3, 1905, when an infantry regiment was authorized in the District of Assiniboia and the District of Saskatchewan, which later that year became the province of Saskatchewan. The regiment was eventually organized as the 95th Saskatchewan Rifles, in Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan). After the First World War the 95th merged with the 60th Rifles of Canada (in Moose Jaw) to become the South Saskatchewan Regiment, which expanded to five battalions with the creation of units in Weyburn (3rd Battalion), Moosomin (Moosomin, Saskatchewan) (4th Battalion) and Estevan (5th Battalion). '''John Michael Sherlock''' (born January 20, 1926) was Roman Catholic (Roman Catholic Church) Bishop of London, Ontario from July 8, 1978 to April 27, 2002. He was born in Regina, Saskatchewan and raised in Brantford, Ontario. Second eldest of a family of eight, four of his five brothers also studied at the seminary two of which, Fr William Sherlock and Fr Philip Sherlock, were ordained priests. south of Regina (w:Regina, Saskatchewan) in the tiny farming community of Rouleau (w:Rouleau, Saskatchewan). CTV will air tributes on April 13 in honour of Corner Gas and Dog River (w:Dog River, Saskatchewan#Dog River) which feature the cast and behind the scenes footage.


excluded due to its racial apartheid policies. Kimberley also saw a world record broken in the municipal pool which now bears Karen Muir's name. It was Johannesburg's Anne Fairlie who beat Karen Muir and Frances Kikki Caron in world record breaking time. Early life (1941–65) Harper was born in 1941 in Rusholme, a suburb of Manchester. His mother, Muriel, died three weeks after he was born. From the age of 6, he was raised in Blackpool by his father and stepmother, with whom


Raya Aidiladha ) (known in Arabic (Arabic language) as Eid ul-Adha) Eid al-Adha is celebrated annually on the 10th day of the month of Dzulhijjah (Dhu al-Hijjah) since 1418 (1998) Hijjriyah (Islamic calendar) of the lunar Islamic calendar. Eid al-Adha celebrations start after the Hajj, the annual pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia by Muslims worldwide, descend from Mount Arafat at 08:30 local time (Time in Malaysia) early morning breakfast based in Kuala


;. Ironically, no paphiopedilum occurs on Cyprus – at least not as the genus is understood today. But it was long mixed up with its Holarctic relative ''Cypripedium'', which indeed grows in the Mediterranean region. ''Paphiopedilum'' was finally decided to be a valid taxon in 1959, but its use has become restricted to eastern Asian species in our time. Early life Agutter is the daughter of Catherine (née (married and maiden names) Lynam) and Derek Brodie Agutter, a former

. During her first eight weeks with the 6th Fleet, normal activities such as exercises and port visits occupied her time. Early in February 1964, however, orders sent her to the eastern Mediterranean where she joined a contingency force brought together in response to trouble on the island of Cyprus. Service with the contingency force received her undivided attention until the first week in March. Afterwards, ''Beale'' made a six-day liberty call at Istanbul, Turkey, and then returned

German Empire

to show that Ancient Greece had the same civilizatory task as the Germany of her time. Early life Jean-Jacques Waltz was born in Colmar the 23 February 1873, two years after the annexation of Alsace by the German Empire consecutive to the Franco-Prussian War of 1870. nickname allegiance Nazi Germany branch

Austin, Texas

and then toured in Texas and Louisiana. Later that year Uwe Langer (trombone) joined the band and they played in Paris for the first time. Early years After winning on-air "smash or trash" radio competitions in Austin, Texas for several weeks with a demo of "Beautiful Night", the single became added into heavy rotation in the area. The single spread fast into Dallas, Houston, and Tulsa radio markets, before the band signed with Kirtland Records


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