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Herm

caption1 The obelisk on The Common on Herm image2 Antony Gormley's "Another Time XI" on Herm - facing right.JPG width2 180 alt2 caption2 A picture of Antony Gormley's statue, XI (11) in his Another Time series Other buildings on the island include the White House hotel (White House (Herm)), "The Mermaid" pub and restaurant, and 20 self-catering cottages. The most notable cottages are Fisherman's Cottage

2013 The statue was number XI (11) of the Another Time series. Education and culture thumb right Travel Trident ferry approaching Herm (File:Ferry approaching the Rosaire Landing, Herm - geograph.org.uk - 87.jpg) A number of French Norman placenames remain


Norfolk Island

In 1855 Patteson set out to found the Melanesian Mission. He founded a college on Norfolk Island for native boys, toured the islands on the ship ''Southern Cross (Southern Cross (ship))'', and learned many of the local languages. In 1861 he was made Bishop of Melanesia. By the time Series 2 was underway Bond was already tired of Aunty Jack Johnson & Smiedt, 1999, p.222 so he decided to kill her off in the final episode, "The R-Certificate Show" when, shocked by the gratuitous sex and nudity, Aunty Jack expires from a heart attack. Bond then departed for a much-needed holiday on Norfolk Island where, jointly inspired by the convict ruins and his holiday reading, Errol Flynn's ''My Wicked Wicked Ways'', he came up with the concept for a new series set in the bushranger days, which became ''Flash Nick From Jindivik''. Availability Imparja Television broadcasts throughout most of the Northern Territory, and also to some remote parts of Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia, Victoria (Victoria, Australia), Tasmania and Norfolk Island. It is generally available by satellite on the VAST (Viewer Access Satellite Television) or Optus Aurora platforms, though in some locations it is broadcast terrestrially. Imparja Television has the largest geographic range of any commercial television network in Australia. Imparja is also received on the Spirit of Tasmania (TT-Line Company) Bass Strait Ferries. Following the Molesworth committee's report, transportation to New South Wales was abolished in 1840, although it continued to other colonies. Disturbed at reports of conditions on Norfolk Island, Lord Normanby, Secretary of State for the Colonies, suggested that a new system should be used, and the superintendence given to an officer deeply concerned with the moral welfare of the convicts. Maconochie was recommended to put this new system in place. In 1800, having established a reputation as an able and efficient administrator, Foveaux offered to go to Norfolk Island as Lieutenant-Governor. Finding the island run down, he built it up with particular attention to public works, for which he earned the praise of Governor King (Philip Gidley King). Bounty Day is the national holiday of Norfolk Island, celebrated annually on 8 June, in memory of the arrival of the Pitcairn Islanders on Norfolk Island in 1856. Norfolk Islanders Norfolk Island Time Line Prior to 8 June 1856, Norfolk Island had been a penal colony, but was granted by Queen Victoria (Victoria of the United Kingdom) to the Pitcairners as a home in 1856. WikiPedia:Norfolk Island Dmoz:Regional Oceania Norfolk Island


Tuscaloosa, Alabama

the conference voted to ban any team from having a bye in its schedule before the league championship game, returning the game to its traditional Thanksgiving weekend spot. Game results Since 1893, the Crimson Tide and Tigers have played 76 times. Alabama leads the all-time series, with 41 wins to Auburn's 34, with one tie. The game has been played in four cities: Auburn (Auburn, Alabama), Birmingham (Birmingham, Alabama), Montgomery (Montgomery, Alabama), and Tuscaloosa, Alabama


Columbia, Missouri

football history . (See: The Rivalry (Lehigh–Lafayette) The teams first matched up in football on October 31, 1891. Missouri claims to lead the all-time series, 57–54–9, since it counts the forfeit of Kansas' 1960 victory as a win. (Kansas still claims the game as a Jayhawk win, leaving the series at 56–55–9, in Missouri's favor.) " ''mutigers.com – All-Time


Kinshasa

and Language Vitality: Perspectives from Africa, pp. 103 & 109 author Cécile B. Vigouroux & Salikoko S. Mufwene accessdate 25 June 2012 If current demographic trends continue, Kinshasa should surpass Paris in population around 2020. WikiPedia:Kinshasa Commons:Category:Kinshasa


Burkina Faso

Recent "Greening" of the Sahel: The results of trend analyses of time series over the Sahel region of seasonally integrated NDVI using NOAA AVHRR NDVI-data from 1982 to 1999. Areas with trends of The Sahel region; assessing progress twenty-five years after the great drought. Simon Batterbury, republished paper from 1998 RGS-IBG conference. Global Environmental Change (2001) v11, no 1, 1-95. From the late 1960s to early 1980s famine killed a 100,000 people, left 750,000 dependent on food aid, and affected most of the Sahel's 50 million people. AFRICA ENVIRONMENT OUTLOOK. Past, present and future perspectives. United Nations Environmental Programme (2002). Retrieved 2009-02-13. The economies, agriculture, livestock and human populations of much of Mauritania, Mali, Chad, Niger and Burkina Faso (known as Upper Volta (Republic of Upper Volta) during the time of the drought) were severely impacted. As disruptive as the droughts of the late 20th century were, evidence of past droughts recorded in Ghanaian lake sediments suggest that multi-decadal megadroughts were common in West Africa over the past 3,000 years and that several droughts lasted far longer and were far more severe.


Mauritania

the mines, it is shipped by the Mauritania Railway to Nouadhibou's point central. Fderik is a very important mining city. thumb 300px Recent "Greening" of the Sahel: The results of trend analyses of time series over the Sahel region of seasonally integrated NDVI using NOAA AVHRR NDVI-data from 1982 to 1999. Areas with trends of The Sahel region; assessing progress twenty-five years after the great drought. Simon Batterbury, republished paper from 1998 RGS-IBG conference. Global Environmental Change (2001) v11, no 1, 1-95. From the late 1960s to early 1980s famine killed a 100,000 people, left 750,000 dependent on food aid, and affected most of the Sahel's 50 million people. AFRICA ENVIRONMENT OUTLOOK. Past, present and future perspectives. United Nations Environmental Programme (2002). Retrieved 2009-02-13. The economies, agriculture, livestock and human populations of much of Mauritania, Mali, Chad, Niger and Burkina Faso (known as Upper Volta (Republic of Upper Volta) during the time of the drought) were severely impacted. As disruptive as the droughts of the late 20th century were, evidence of past droughts recorded in Ghanaian lake sediments suggest that multi-decadal megadroughts were common in West Africa over the past 3,000 years and that several droughts lasted far longer and were far more severe. Commons:Category:Mauritania WikiPedia:Mauritania Dmoz:Regional Africa Mauritania


Montgomery, Alabama

'''WDHN-TV''' launched August 7, 1970 as the area's second television station and aired an analog signal on UHF channel 18. Original ownership consisted of a group of investors headed by Dothan businessman Betts Slingluff, Jr. Although conventional wisdom suggested that it should have signed-on as an NBC affiliate, much of the market (media market) receives a fairly strong signal from WSFA-TV in Montgomery (Montgomery, Alabama). Further, at the time of the station's start, the only nearby ABC programs were on WJHG in Panama City, Florida on a part-time basis. WDHN thus opted to join ABC. '''WNCF''' is the ABC (American Broadcasting Company)-affiliated television station for Central Alabama's Black


Cyprus

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Census%20Tables&method Place%20of%20Usual%20Residence&topic Ancestry& 2006 Census Table: Ancestry by Country of Birth of Parents – Time Series Statistics (2001, 2006 Census Years) The 2006 census recorded 109,989 people of Greek ancestry born in Greece and 18,381 in Cyprus,


Faroe Islands

on the long-finned pilot whale (''Globicephala melaena'' Traill), in Faroe waters and an attempt to use the 274 years time series of catches to assess the state of the stock". ''Rep. Int. Whaling Comm''. 37:1-27. In other parts of the North Atlantic, such as Norway, West Greenland, Ireland and Cape Cod, pilot whales have also been hunedt, but at a lesser extant.


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