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Banlung

jacketed waiters and table linen. Prices average USD4.50 per main dish with more expensive imported steaks. *


Laughlin, Nevada

spillway, high. The earth fill dam begins on the Nevada side, but it does not extend to the Arizona side. Instead, there is an inlet formed by earth and concrete. At the end of the inlet, there is the spillway. The power plant is on the side of the inlet, perpendicular to the dam. This is a very unusual design. The dam's purpose is to re-regulate releases from Hoover Dam and facilitate the delivery


Orenburg

lacy design, knitted by hand shawls and cobweb-like kerchiefs (pautinkas), is not only warm, but also is used for decorative purposes. Architecture A famous boulevard on the embankment of the Ural River is one of the most notable places in Orenburg. Orenburg TV Tower is a guyed mast of unusual design. It is a Wikipedia:Orenburg


Islamabad

, 2003 accessdate April 17, 2006 last Kaplan first David E. publisher U.S. News and World Report The Faisal Mosque in Islamabad, Pakistan in a relatively unusual design fuses contemporary lines with the more traditional look of an Arab Bedouin's tent, with its large triangular prayer hall and four minarets. However, unlike traditional mosque design, it lacks a dome. The mosque's architecture is a departure from the long history of South Asian Islamic architecture


Hamilton, Ontario

, to Lieutenant Frank Meade, who established a company-sized detachment in Montreal. By the end of that year, twelve units had been formed. The '''Iron Ring Clock''' is a clock of unusual design created by four Mechanical Engineering students at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The clock was designed and built as a thesis project by Patrick Burton, Braden Kurczak, Michael Paddags, and Peter Whitred. It won the 2nd prize for Manufacturing at the 2003


Turkey

States administrative law , a regulation may be said to be formally promulgated by an administrative agency when it appears in the ''Federal Register'' and after the public-comment period concludes. The unusual design of the caves was much inspired by Sir Francis Dashwood's visits to Italy, Greece, Turkey, Syria and other areas of the Ottoman Empire during his Grand Tour. The caves extend a quarter of a mile (400 metres) underground, with the individual caves or "chambers" connected by a series of long, narrow tunnels and passageways. - Turkey Germany - Turkey Germany - Turkey Bosnia and Herzegovina, Germany, Spain - name transcontinental Turkey Turkey is physiographically considered a transcontinental country, mostly in Western Asia, partly in Eastern Europe. However, in terms of geopolitical regions, it is considered to be in Europe. The '''Skoda 100 mm Model 1916''' ('''100 mm M.16''') was a mountain howitzer used by Austria-Hungary during World War I. The Turks (Turkey) used a 105 mm variant, the '''M.16(T)'''. The Wehrmacht redesignated this as the '''10 cm GebH 16''' or '''16(ö)'''. Guns acquired from Italy, after 1943, were known as '''10 cm GebH 316(i)'''; those acquired from Czechoslovakia were '''10 cm GebH 16(t)'''. The Italians referred to weapons gained either through capture or reparations as the '''Obice da 100 17 modello 16'''. The gun could be broken into three sections, intended for towing by two animal carts. The gun crew was protected by a gun shield. The Italians used lighter shells than the Czechs, which accounts for the greater range and muzzle velocity of their guns. The '''Skoda 100 mm Model 16 19''' ('''100 mm M.16 19''') was a mountain howitzer modified by Skoda Works from the design of the M.16 (Skoda 100 mm Model 1916), and its most notable difference was the longer barrel. It is unclear if they were newly-built, or rebuilt from older howitzers. The Czech (Czechoslovakia) Army used this gun in both its 100 mm and 105 mm variants. After 1938, the guns were used by the Wehrmacht as '''10 cm GebH 16 19(t)''' and '''10.5 cm GebH(t)'''. In addition, some of these guns were also used by Italy and Turkey, although this needs confirmation. The gun broke down into 3 loads for transport. The gun crew was protected by an armour (vehicle armour)ed shield. In recent decades, Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey


Syria

commercial communications with distant realms. According to his own records, Gudea brought cedars from the Amanus and Lebanon mountains in Syria, diorite from eastern Arabia, copper and gold from central and southern Arabia and from Sinai, while his armies were engaged in battles in Elam on the east. The unusual design of the caves was much inspired by Sir Francis Dashwood's visits to Italy, Greece, Turkey, Syria and other areas of the Ottoman Empire during his Grand Tour. The caves extend a quarter of a mile (400 metres) underground, with the individual caves or "chambers" connected by a series of long, narrow tunnels and passageways. It is sometimes referred to as the '''saz''' (from the Persian (Persian language) Commons:Category:Syria WikiPedia:Syria Dmoz:Regional Middle East Syria


Greece

inspired by Dashwood's Grand Tour of Italy, Greece and the Ottoman Empire. Local villagers, impoverished after a series of harvest failures, were paid the price of a shilling per day to tunnel underground to mine chalk. The caves were all excavated by hand and even today they are viewed as an incredible feat of engineering. The unusual design of the caves was much inspired by Sir Francis Dashwood's visits to Italy, Greece, Turkey, Syria and other areas of the Ottoman Empire during his Grand Tour. The caves extend a quarter of a mile (400 metres) underground, with the individual caves or "chambers" connected by a series of long, narrow tunnels and passageways. After being relegated from the 1998 Contest, Russia's Channel One (Channel One (Russia)) had decided not to broadcast that year's contest, in order to allow for a strong comeback in Israel. However, as only countries which had broadcast the previous year's contest were allowed to enter the next year's contest, Russia was forced to miss another year. They were joined by Finland, Greece, Macedonia (Republic of Macedonia), Romania, Slovakia and Switzerland; the countries with the lowest average scores over the previous five years. The '''bouzouki''' (Greek (Greek language): μπουζούκι Commons:Category:Greece Wikipedia:Greece Dmoz:Regional Europe Greece


Mexico

and Parry Pinyon. Davis Dam is a zoned earth fill dam with a concrete spillway, high. The earth fill dam begins on the Nevada side, but it does not extend to the Arizona side. Instead, there is an inlet formed by earth and concrete. At the end of the inlet, there is the spillway. The power plant is on the side of the inlet, perpendicular to the dam. This is a very unusual design. The dam's


Netherlands

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