Castroville, California

replacing Doreen Nash at Carlyle's Jewelry and signed autographs. Marilyn Monroe was asked to draw the lucky ticket for a $250.00 diamond ring in the Vogue Theater." During her stay in Salinas Marilyn Monroe visited several Men's Civic Clubs including the Kiwanis Club. During the Kiwanis Club meeting, representatives from CalChoke (The California Artichoke Association) presented her with a sash. A photograph was taken of her wearing a sash with the wording "California Artichoke Queen

," and she posed with Mr. Edward Modena, Randy Barsotti, and Enrico Bellone. They were all holding artichokes." "Was Marilyn first globe queen?" Wednesday, September 3, 1980. Salinas Californian, North County News Castroville-Prunedale, CA The photographs of Marilyn wearing the sash and holding artichokes were used in advertisements and passed throughout the produce industry. Geography Coordinates: 36°45′57″N 121°45′29″W Elkhorn Slough National


La Tuque, Quebec

worn one in his role of coureur des bois in the epic TV series ''Centennial (Centennial (miniseries))''. Bruce Weitz's character Mick Belker wore this hat throughout almost every episode of ''Hill Street Blues''. The guitarist for the Irish (Irish people) band U2, The Edge, is also known for wearing a tuque while performing, or during interviews. Characters in animated series "South Park," including Eric Cartman and Stan Marsh usually wear tuques. Jayne

. The character Compo on the British TV show ''Last of the Summer Wine'' is almost always seen wearing a tuque. - Centre d'interprétation de la traite des fourrures (Fur Trade Interpretation Centre and Tour) La Tuque (La Tuque, Quebec) Mauricie History website,


Chambly, Quebec

l’Amérique , pendant le cours de la dernière guerre. Paris, Briand,1790, 2 vol. In 1777, Charlotte Luise de Riedesel, arriving from Germany to rejoin her husband, Major-General Frederick, related that when she met him in Chambly (Chambly, Quebec), he was wearing a red and blue sash with fringes Riedesel, Charlotte Luise de, « Letters in Memoirs » Die Berufsreise nach Amerika. Briefe von Frederick Riedesel. Berlin, Haude and Spenersche, 1827, version anglaise, New York

, 2003, p. 69 In 1778, E.V. Germann made a drawing showing clearly a Canadian peasant wearing his sash, the design was a chevron. Journal anonyme That drawing is a proof of what is written by others. Elisabeth Simcoe who lived in Quebec city in 1792 for more than a year wrote about the Canadians, "(…) their coats are tied round with a coloured sash." Mary Quayle Innis, Mrs. Simcoe’s Diary, p. 45 '''Unibroue''' is a brewery


Keflavík

language Hidden people often appear in the dreams of Icelanders. They are usually described as wearing 19th-century Icelandic clothing,

publisher Mál og menning year 2008 location Reykjavík pages 2 url doi id isbn 978-9979-3-2955-8 and are often described as wearing green.


Linxia Hui Autonomous Prefecture

at a Linxia City market, wearing traditional eyeglasses After the Qing (Qing Dynasty) general Zuo Zongtang had finally destroyed the rebels farther east, in Shaanxi and Ningxia, he tried to take Hezhou in the late 1872, but his troops were badly defeated by Ma Zhan'ao's Muslim fighters at the battle of Taizi Mosque,

. As Xie arrived at the frontline, he was seen wearing a white cap and riding in a wagon—making him appear to be a civilian—and Ma felt insulted that Xie apparently did not consider his siege an emergency. He sent some elite soldiers to make an attack against Xie, but Xie calmly responded, and Ma's elite soldiers thought they were getting into a trap and stopped their advance. Meanwhile, an army sent by Xie had already gone behind them and started an attack. Xie then advanced as well and dealt Ma


Principality of Stavelot-Malmedy

. History Establishment thumb left 75px alt A painted statue of a man in roughly his 30s, wearing a golden mitre and priestly robes in red, blue and gold. He holds a Bible in his left hand and an animal, presumably a wolf, standing at his feet. Remaclus Saint Remaclus (File:Remaclus-donderwolk.jpg) Saint Remaclus (Remaclus) founded the Abbey of Stavelot on the Amblève (Amblève (river)) river circa 650 ref name "em:Stavelot

George" thumb 150px alt A mediæval illustration of a man with a short red beard wearing a blue tunic and a gold over-tunic, with black tights, holding a golden orb in his left hand and a silver sceptre in his right. Above his red hair, he is wearing a gold crown. Indistinct words are faintly visible above him. Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor (File:Heinrich III. (HRR) Miniatur.jpg), who was present for the 1040 consecration of the church built in Stavelot under prince-abbot


Salaberry-de-Valleyfield

the gold medal at the 1994 Winter Olympics in the sport's debut as a medal event. Brassard has been credited with popularizing the wearing of bright knee pads to show off absorption and leg position for mogul skiers to best show judges how smoothly the athlete is taking the turns. Brassard placed 7th when the event was a demonstration sport in 1992, 4th in 1998 and 21st in 2002. * M%C3%A9lodie Daoust, member of Canada's women's ice hockey team that won gold at the 2014 Sochi Winter

with popularizing the wearing of bright knee pads to show off absorption and leg position for mogul skiers to best show judges how smoothly the athlete is taking the turns. He was born in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec. Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec - bgcolor logosize 140px city Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec, Canada league Quebec Junior AAA Hockey League


Semnan, Iran

(1909) Muharram is the first month of the Islamic Calendar, and also the month which marks the brutal and tragic martyrdom of the third Shi'a Imam, Imam Hussein and 72 members of his household. The people of Semnan observe Muharram and the overall 50 days of mourning by refraining from worldy pleasures, such as music and joyful gatherings, wearing dark clothes to show intimate grief, and participating in outdoor rallies consisting of massive mourning accompanied by sorrowful chants

:''' The modern Iranian style of clothing reflects a mixture of Iranian and Western styles of clothing that are worn by the people of Tehran and other major Iranian cities. There are also a few additional accessories worn by individuals to distinguish their rank or social standing. For example, the majority of Sayyid Semnanis distinguish themselves by wearing a green cap, which symbolizes their descent from the Prophet of Islam and his Ahl al-Bayt, or holy household. http


Tal Afar

: www.alertnet.org thenews newsdesk L19570721.htm FACTBOX-Security developments in Iraq, Jan 19 (reuters On February 15, 2008 at least three people were killed and 16 wounded in a double suicide bombing. After a police officer guarding a mosque prevented a bomber from entering the building, the attacker tried to throw a hand grenade and then detonated the explosive vest he was wearing. A few minutes later, another bomber ran toward a group of worshipers and blew himself up as police opened fire

13 gunmen and two policemen in a village near the town of Tal Afar. FACTBOX-Security developments in Iraq, March 2 (Reuters) On April 14, 2008 an attacker wearing a suicide vest blew himself up at a Shi'ite funeral, killing four civilians and wounding 22. Attacks kill up to 18 in northern Iraq (Reuters) On May 27, 2008 four


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