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vampires


Moses Lake, Washington

, Sea Furies (Hawker Sea Fury), Seafires (Supermarine Seafire), Attackers (Supermarine Attacker), Vampires (de Havilland Vampire), Skyraiders (Douglas A-1 Skyraider), Sea Hornets (de Havilland Sea Hornet), Meteors (Gloster Meteor), Avengers (Grumman TBF Avenger), Gannets (Fairey Gannet), Wyverns (Westland Wyvern), Sea Venoms (de Havilland Sea Venom), Sea Hawks (Hawker Sea Hawk), and Dragonflies (Westland Dragonfly) – take part in the Fleet review


Craiova

of Amărăştii de Sus, people drive a fire-hardened stake through the heart or belly of the dead as a ''"preventative"''. Hungarian Baptists have maintained their independence


Vigo

this possibility in a report in ''Neurology (Neurology (journal))''. The susceptibility to garlic and light could be due to hypersensitivity, which is a symptom of rabies. The disease can also affect portions of the brain that could lead to disturbance of normal sleep patterns (thus becoming nocturnal) and hypersexuality. Legend once said a man was not rabid if he could look at his own reflection (an allusion to the legend that vampires have no reflection). Wolves and bats, which are often

associated with vampires, can be carriers of rabies. The disease can also lead to a drive to bite others and to a bloody frothing at the mouth.


Arroyo Seco, Querétaro

had number of cases of cattle dying due to bites from “vampire” bats which were transmitting a type of paralytic rabies. The bats were coming from caves located in neighboring Guanajuato.


Trogir

Trivia Trogir notably featured in two 2010 episodes of the British TV series ''Doctor Who''. Due to its specific architecture, it served as a double for C16th Venice in ''The Vampires of Venice'', and as a double for C19th Provence in ''Vincent and the Doctor''. Views center 1000px alt Waterfront panorama yachts at Trogir Panorama of Trogir harbour border frameless (File:Panorama de la ville de Trogir.jpg) - File:Trogir-panorama-from-NW-mountain 2014-09-26.jpg


Malawi

. Despite the general disbelief in vampiric entities, occasional sightings of vampires are reported. Indeed, vampire hunting societies still exist, although they are largely formed for social reasons. Allegations of vampire attacks swept through the African country of Malawi during late 2002 and early 2003, with mobs stoning one individual to death and attacking at least four others, including Governor Eric Chiwaya

, based on the belief that the government was colluding with vampires. - Malawi Lilongwe - In 1953, in the face of African opposition, Parsons (1993). p. 292. Britain consolidated the two colonies of Rhodesia


Huntington Beach, California

;ref '''Hellogoodbye''' is a power pop band that was formed in Huntington Beach, California in 2001 by singer Forrest Kline. They were signed to Drive-Thru Records and released their first full-length album ''Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs!'' in 2006, in addition


Prague

by an angry mob in Prague, as recounted in the canon comic book ''The Problem with Vampires (Tales of the Vampires#The Problem with Vampires)''. Spike is a devoted caretaker to Drusilla in her weakened condition, and initially hopes the Hellmouth (Hellmouth (Buffy the Vampire Slayer))'s energy can help restore her strength. He reunites with Angel and seems genuinely pleased to see him, but is disgusted to find that Angel has a soul (Soul (spirit)) (whether or not Spike in fact knew

''Tales of the Vampires'' series. Written by series writer Drew Goddard, "The Problem with Vampires" establishes his adventures in Prague prior to his introduction ''Buffy'' episode "School Hard". Christopher Golden's 2000 novel ''Spike and Dru: Pretty Maids All in a Row'' depicts Spike killing a Slayer named Sophie in the 1940s, contradicting the two Slayers whom Spike is later established to have killed; the second Slayer Spike killed was established as New

inspector (Lionel Atwill) refuses to believe. Now his daughter Irena (Elizabeth Allan (Elizabeth Allan (actress))) is the count’s next target. Enter Professor Zelen (Lionel Barrymore), an expert on vampires and the occult, who’s sent in to prevent her death. At the same time, secrets are revealed surrounding the circumstances of Sir Karell’s death. birth_date birth_place Prague, Bohemia, Austria-Hungary (now


Malta

of his life was for the most part spent in the island of his choice. In quiet retirement he devoted himself to literature, studied his favorite Greek authors, and taught himself Hebrew and Maltese. He welcomed English guests, and was popular with his Maltese neighbors. He died at Villa Frere in Pietà (Pietà, Malta) close to Valletta. Post-war After the end of the Second World War, the squadron continued as a fighter squadron, flying Spitfires, Vampires (de Havilland Vampire) and de

at Williamtown on 24 January 1949 equipped with de Havilland Vampire jet fighters. Wilson (2002), p. 137 From 1949 to early 1952 No. 75 Squadron conducted training exercises, which included teaching new pilots to operate Vampires, as well as making acceptance flights of Vampires delivered to the RAAF. Wilson (2002), p. 139 During this period a key role for the squadron was training pilots for combat in the Korean War

equipped with Vampires leased from the Royal Air Force (RAF). While based at Malta the wing took part in numerous training exercises in the Mediterranean region as well as Europe, including a large-scale NATO exercise in 1953 which involved 2,000 aircraft and 40,000 personnel. In addition, the wing participated in a royal review to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. No. 78 Wing moved to the RAF station at Ta' Qali in June 1953 where it remained until


Aden

to fly their first jet fighters and later instruct on Vampires, converting later to the Hunter and joined 222 Squadron at Leuchars. During the Suez crisis he again operated as a Forward Ground Controller and landed on the beaches with 40 Commando. the Indonesian Confrontation


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