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Leicester

the number of each composer's works played in the 1911 Proms season; the top ten were: Wagner (121); Beethoven (34); Tchaikovsky (30); Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) (28); Dvořák (Antonín Dvořák) (16); Weber (Carl Maria von Weber) (16); J. S. Bach (14); Brahms (Johannes Brahms) (14); Elgar (14); and Liszt (Franz Liszt) (13). "The Autumn Music Festivals", ''The Manchester Guardian'', 8 August 1911, p. 10 - Grace Road Leicester, Leicestershire 12,000 2 - right thumb Modern reenactment (Image:Civil war reeanactment.JPG) of English Civil War battle The Army took the field in late April or May, 1645. After an attempt to raise the Siege of Taunton was abandoned, the Army began a Siege of Oxford, sending a detachment of one regiment of cavalry and four of infantry to reinforce the defenders of Taunton. After the Royalists captured Leicester, Fairfax was ordered to leave Oxford and march north to confront the King's army. On 14 June, the New Model Army destroyed King Charles' smaller but veteran army at the Battle of Naseby. Leaving the Scots and locally-raised forces to contain the King, the New Model Army marched into the west country, where they destroyed the remaining Royalist field army at Langport (Battle of Langport) on 10 July. Thereafter, they reduced the Royalist fortresses in the west and south of England. The last fortress in the west surrendered in early 1646, shortly before Charles surrendered himself to a Scottish army and hostilities ended.


Kingston upon Hull

was summarised in ''The Manchester Guardian'', which listed the number of each composer's works played in the 1911 Proms season; the top ten were: Wagner (121); Beethoven (34); Tchaikovsky (30); Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) (28); Dvořák (Antonín Dvořák) (16); Weber (Carl Maria von Weber) (16); J. S. Bach (14); Brahms (Johannes Brahms) (14); Elgar (14); and Liszt (Franz Liszt) (13). "The Autumn Music Festivals", ''The Manchester Guardian'', 8 August 1911, p. 10 251.6 252.1 The North, Doncaster, Hull (Kingston upon Hull) M18 (M18 motorway (Great Britain)) J32 M1 - M18 interchange birth_date WikiPedia:Kingston upon Hull Commons:Category:Kingston upon Hull


Liverpool

, Manchester, Liverpool, Leicester and Hull (Kingston upon Hull). His programming was summarised in ''The Manchester Guardian'', which listed the number of each composer's works played in the 1911 Proms season; the top ten were: Wagner (121); Beethoven (34); Tchaikovsky (30); Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) (28); Dvořák (Antonín Dvořák) (16); Weber (Carl Maria von Weber) (16); J. S. Bach (14); Brahms (Johannes Brahms) (14); Elgar (14); and Liszt (Franz Liszt) (13). "The Autumn Music Festivals", ''The Manchester Guardian'', 8 August 1911, p. 10 Jerzei was apparently Russian, however several times during the series he would break character, or in one case the fourth wall and declare directly to the camera "I'm not really foreign, you know—I just do it to appear more sophisticated!" Also during a discussion between the guys about his nationality Vyv comments "He certainly knows a lot about the Mersey Sound."—implying he is in fact from Liverpool, although he is so worried when Mike lies about a visit from Moscow Dynamo (HC Dynamo Moscow) that he allows the gang to renege on their monthly rent. Postlethwaite started his career at the Everyman Theatre in Liverpool, where his colleagues included Bill Nighy, Jonathan Pryce, Antony Sher and Julie Walters. Postlethwaite and Walters had an intimate relationship during the latter half of the 1970s. Commons:category:Liverpool Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Merseyside Liverpool Wikipedia:Liverpool


Taiwan

the local public libraries in her school and found nothing, she wondered why nobody had written a book about it.


Brazil

about celebrating sex, bling and violence. Since established commercial radio stations and publishing houses have shown minimal interest in the music and poetry that new hip-hop artists are producing, or want to impose contract terms that are too stringent, rappers have developed their own channels to distribute their work. These range from selling their discs and books themselves on the streets and at shows to having the works played on a network of low-power but linked community radio stations. Behague, Gerard. "Rap, Reggae, Rock, or Samba: The Local and the Global in Brazilian Popular Music (1985–95)." Latin American Music Review 27, no. 1 (Spring Summer 2006): 79–90. Municip SantoAntoniodoDescoberto.svg thumb right 245px '''Santo Antônio do Descoberto''' is a small city and municipality in central Goiás state, Brazil. It is a suburb of Brasília that was a sleepy country hamlet until the population exploded in the 1970s due to the construction of the national capital. The Areias River (Areias River (Goiás)) passes through the municipality. '''Adaílson Pereira Coelho''', more commonly known as '''Abuda''' (born 28 March 1986 in São Luís (São Luís, Maranhão)), is a Brazilian striker (Forward (association football)). He currently plays for Moto Club (Moto Club de São Luís). The '''Military Police of Goiás State''' are the preventative police force of the state (State (administrative division)) of Goiás. In Brazil, Military Police (Military Police (Brazil)) are reserve (Military reserve force) and ancillary forces of the Brazilian Army, and part of the System of Public Security and Brazilian Social Protection. Article 144 of Constitution of Brazil. Its members are called Military's States. Article 42 of Constitution of Brazil.


United States

the works played on a network of low-power but linked community radio stations. Behague, Gerard. "Rap, Reggae, Rock, or Samba: The Local and the Global in Brazilian Popular Music (1985–95)." Latin American Music Review 27, no. 1 (Spring Summer 2006): 79–90. Angels: Squadrons of WWII''''' is a flight combat


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