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Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

, home riding. The new site was opened in June 1959, known as the Prince Albert Radar Laboratory, or '''PARL'''. Starting in the 1960s a provincial government radio service called ''Northern News'', broadcasting from Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan), was hosted by its first producer Helga Reydon. The program, a 15-minute weekly series, addressed issues and matters of interest for fishermen and trappers in the north. However, those broadcasts were plagued by poor reception

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

national championships (NCAA Women's Field Hockey Championship) between 2002 and 2004. The Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum is home to Wake Forest and some Winston-Salem State basketball games. NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series racing takes place from March until August at city-owned Bowman Gray Stadium. It is NASCARs longest running racing series, dating to the 1940s. In the fall, the stadium is used for Winston-Salem State Rams football games. Winston-Salem offers a variety

Topeka, Kansas

of thought known as Christian Socialism. His theological outlook focused on the practicalities of the moral life, with much less emphasis on the doctrinal traditions of personal redemption (redemption (religious)) from sin in Christ. In the winter of 1896 Sheldon developed a sermon (sermons) story that he read as a weekly series from the pulpit of Central Congregational Church in Topeka, Kansas. The Topeka, Kansas (w:Topeka, Kansas)-based church led by Fred Phelps (w:Fred Phelps) sent 6 protestors with picket signs to the memorial service of 49 Ohio (w:Ohio) servicemen killed in Iraq. They were members of the Third Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment of Brook Park, Ohio (w:Brook Park, Ohio), a suburb of Cleveland (w:Cleveland, Ohio).

Columbus, Ohio

at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Illinois. In 1962, he founded the ''Bangalore Science Forum'', which conducts a weekly series of public lectures on science topics. Slow stock subscriptions delayed surveying until June 1875, when a line was located between Xenia and the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad (M&C, later a B&O (Baltimore and Ohio Railroad) line) west of Norwood (Norwood, Ohio). Property owners in the villages of Norwood and Pleasant Ridge, Cincinnati Pleasant


, California, 2004 Genre Punk (Punk rock), melodic hardcore '''Assing "Aki" Aleong''' (born December 19, 1934) is an American character actor and singer (singing) who has also been active in songwriting and musical production. He is probably best known for portraying Senator Hidoshi during the first season of the critically acclaimed series ''Babylon 5'', as well as portraying Mr. Chiang, the aide to Nathan Bates in the weekly series of V (1984 TV series) V


international programming, producing local programs including ''Solusi'' in Indonesia and ''From Heart to Heart'' in Thailand; CBN India produces five weekly series. There are versions of ''The 700 Club'' aimed at Latin American (''Club 700 Hoy'') and British audiences (''The 700 Club With Paul and Fiona'') CBN has broadcast programs in over 70 languages. In Japan , "Pieces of Me" was a popular hit on radios reaching the top spot in domestic and international top in Japan Radio. It also reached the top 5 in countries such as Hong Kong, Indonesia, Thailand and Taiwan. life Gairdner was born in Batavia , Netherlands East Indies (now Jakarta, Indonesia) in 1898. Brought up in County Galway, Ireland, he was educated at Repton School in England, and the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich . He married the Hon. Evelyn Constance Handcock, daughter of the 5th Lord Castlemain, in 1925. Statesmen & Scholars And other fascinating Western Australians: A Tour Guide for the Karrakatta Cemetery Historical Walk Trail 1, Metropolitan Cemeteries Board (WA). '''Not Drowning, Waving''' (styled as '''not drowning, waving''') were a musical group formed in Melbourne, Australia in 1983 by David Bridie and John Phillips. Their music combined elements of rock (rock and roll), ambient music and world music; their lyrics dealt with characteristically Australian topics: word-pictures of landscapes and people, the seasons, and some political issues – such as Indonesia's invasion of East Timor. The group released nine albums and soundtracks until disbanding in 1994, they briefly reformed in 2001, 2003 and 2005–2006. From 2005 to 2007, they issued two compilation albums and a live album. Not Drowning, Waving won the 'Best Independent Release' at the ARIA Music Awards of 1992 for ''Proof'', their soundtrack for the 1991 film of the same name (Proof (1991 film)). In 1991, Bridie and fellow members of Not Drowning, Waving, formed a side-project, My Friend The Chocolate Cake to play more acoustic (acoustic music)-based material. Arrest Following a flight from officials, Pearlman was arrested in Indonesia on June 14, 2007 after being spotted by a German (Germany) tourist couple. Lou Pearlman Taken Into Custody In Indonesia Dmoz:Regional Asia Indonesia Commons:Category:Indonesia Wikipedia:Indonesia

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date 20 July 2008 first Elinor last Mills work CNET News '''''Julia''''' is an American (United States) sitcom (Situation comedy) notable for being one of the first weekly series to depict an African American woman in a non-stereotypical role. Previous television series featured African American lead characters, but the characters were usually servants. The show starred actress and singer Diahann Carroll, and ran for 86 episodes on NBC

and triggered a gradual decline; the then-ubiquitous Godfrey helmed two CBS-TV weekly series and a daily 90-minute television mid-morning show (Breakfast television) through most of the decade, but by the early 1960s found himself reduced to hosting an occasional TV special (television special). thumb ''Gannett'' is headquartered in Tysons Corner, Virginia (Image:USA Today building.jpg) . '''Gannett Company

;Schneider (2005), p. 142; Robbins (2004), p. 240; Boxscore—Game Played on Friday, July 19, 1974 (N) at Cleveland Stadium. Retrosheet. Retrieved on May 30, 2010. '''''Something Is Out There''''' is the title of a 1988 American (United States) science fiction television miniseries that aired on NBC, and a short-lived weekly series that followed in the fall of 1988. Image:Rael Dornfest.jpg right thumb 250px


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''' is an uninhabited waterway in Qikiqtaaluk (Qikiqtaaluk Region), Nunavut, Canada. It lies between Devon Island and the southern end of Ellesmere Island. At its northwestern end it is linked by several channels to Norwegian Bay; at its eastern end it opens via Glacier Strait into Baffin Bay. The British (United Kingdom) edition is hosted by Kris Murrin. The American (United States) edition of the one-hour weekly series appears on The Learning Channel

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