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Quetta

training in the United Kingdom and West Germany. Imprisonments Wali Khan served several stints in prison, and survived several assassination attempts during his 48-year political career. His first arrest was under the Frontier Crimes Regulations (FCR) by the British Raj in 1943 for his role in the Khudai Khidmatgar movement. Wali Khan passes away. (Friday, 27 January 2006) ''The Nation''. Nawa-e-Waqt. Available online at http


Gestapo

. ''The Gestapo and German Society'', pp 151–152. Of the political cases, 61 people were investigated for suspicion of belonging to the KPD, 44 for the SPD and 69 for other political parties. Gellately, Robert. ''The Gestapo and German Society'', p 48. Most of the political investigations took place between 1933–35 with the all-time high of 57 cases in 1935. After that year

, political investigations declined with only 18 investigations in 1938, 13 in 1939, two in 1941, seven in 1942, four in 1943 and one in 1944. The "other" category associated with non-conformity included everything from a man who drew a caricature of Hitler to a Catholic teacher suspected of being lukewarm about teaching National Socialism in his classroom. The "administrative control


Turin

and ended his career afterwards. Near the end of the LM002's production, Turin based autoshop owner Salvatore Diomante created a one-off "Estate" version by enclosing the back area and raising the roof. This added significantly to the interior room. WikiPedia:Turin Dmoz:Regional Europe Italy Regions Piedmont Localities Turin Commons:Category:Turin


Jamaica

first premier. From the following year political pressure increased with the formation of the Dominica Freedom Party (DFP) out of remnants of the old Dominica United People's Party (DUPP) as a result of unpopular legislation passed by the DLP. In spite of this, LeBlanc's widespread popularity in the countryside rode triumphant. He was associated with the great social, economic and infrastructural changes that swept Dominica during the 1960s. The regional banana boom, Colonial


Florence

possible routes that changed over the centuries as trade and pilgrimage developed and waned. Depending on the time of year, political situation, and relative popularity of the shrines of saints along the route, travellers may have used any of three or four crossings of the Alps and the Apennines (Apennine mountains). The Lombards financed the maintenance and defence of the section of road through their territories as a trading route to the north from Rome, avoiding enemy-held cities such as Florence. Unlike Roman roads, the Via Francigena did not connect cities, but relied more on abbeys. At first, Copeau busied himself with an adaptation of Shakespeare's ''The Winter's Tale'' along with Suzanne Bing while news from the front worsened. A telegram in August 1915 from Edward Gordon Craig inviting him to Florence to discuss a possible staging of Johann Sebastian Bach's ''The Passion According to Saint Matthew (Matthäuspassion)'' was greeted with enthusiasm. A month in Florence discussing with Craig, himself an important reformer of the theatre, helped put many of his own ideas in perspective for Copeau and Craig did not always agree on the means to reach their goal of a theatre renewed. Before the war Craig had founded a school at the Arena Goldoni where his students studied acting and stagecraft. For Craig any reform of the theatre had to begin with the training of the actor but he did not believe, as did Copeau, that it was possible. His idea of the ''übermarionnette'', the super-marionnette, to replace the human actor completely was a product of the lack of faith in the possibility of educating the actor. On his return trip to Paris, Copeau stopped in Geneva for further discussions on the theatre with the scene designer Adolphe Appia and with Emile Jaques-Dalcroze, the musician and founder of the ''Institut de gymnastique rhythmique'' ("The Institute of Eurhythmics"). After having observed several of Jaques-Dalcroze's classes, he saw in Dalcroze's methods useful means for training young actors in movement. Upon his return to Paris he and Bing immediately went about setting up training sessions for youngsters using Dalcroze's methods. They soon realized from these initial efforts that the method indeed had a lot to offer, but that they also had much to learn. The Dominicans began building the present gothic church in 1280, modeling it on their restored church in Florence, the church of Santa Maria Novella in Florence, following plans seemingly drawn up by two talented Dominican friars, Fra Sisto Fiorentino and Fra Ristoro da Campi, Commons:Category:Florence Wikipedia:Florence Dmoz:Regional Europe Italy Regions Tuscany Localities Florence


Romania

cgi-bin article.cgi?file examiner archive 1999 05 04 BUSINESS10622.dtl accessdate 2007-05-30 That same year, political turmoil in Hungary following their defeat in the First World War led to a coalition government of the Social-Democratic Party and the Communist Party taking control. The communists, led by Bela Kun, soon became dominant and instituted various communist reforms in the country, however the country was subsequently invaded by its neighbouring Romania within a matter of months who overthrew the government, with the communist leaders either escaping abroad or being executed. Service (2007:86-90) In 1921, a communist revolt against the government occurred whilst supportive factory workers were on strike in Turin and Milan, northern Italy, however the government acted swiftly and put down the rebellion. Service (2007:92-94) That same year, a further communist rebellion took place in Germany, only to be crushed, but another occurred in 1923, which once again was also defeated by the government. Service (2007:95-96) The communists of Bulgaria had also attempted an uprising in 1923 but like most of their counterparts across Europe, they were defeated. Service (2007:117-118) Such changing ideological emblems appeared over time, among others, on the flags of Italy, Hungary, Romania, Germany (West and East - see illustration) and Iran. As a result, during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and the Romanian Revolution of 1989, insurgents tore out of the national flag the emblem of the regime which they opposed, and waved the flag itself with which they identified. left thumb 160px Grand duke Sergei Alexandrovich in his youth (Image:Grand Duke Sergei 01 Alexandrovich in his youth.jpg) Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich started a military career early in his life. He was from birth Colonel-in-Chief of the 38th Tobolsk Infantry Regiment, he also became Colonel-in-Chief of the 2nd Battalion Guards Rifles and towards the end of his life, Colonel-in-Chief of the 5th Kievsky Grenadier Regiment. Warwick, ''Ella: Princess, Saint & Martyr'', p. 98 On his twentieth birthday on April 29, 1877, the Grand Duke took the solemn oath of allegiance to the Emperor. An educational tour that had been proposed for him was postponed upon the outbreak of the Russo-Turkish War of 1877–78 (Russo-Turkish War, 1877-78). Sergei took part in the war with his father and brothers, the Tsarevich Alexander (Alexander III of Russia) and Grand Dukes Vladimir (Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich of Russia) and Alexei (Grand Duke Alexei Alexandrovich of Russia). He spent the greater part of his time serving as Poruchik in the Leib Guard under the Tsarevich in southeast Romania. Warwick, ''Ella: Princess, Saint & Martyr'', p. 90 He was consequently promoted to Colonel. On October 12, following the battle of Meyk, The Emperor decorated him with the Order of St George, for courage and bravery in action with the enemy, for a reconnaissance expedition at Kara Loma near Koshev. At the end of December 1877, Sergei Alexandrovich returned to Saint Petersburg with his father. '''Grigore Antipa''' (


Republic of Ireland

County Galway. In a 30-year political career, served as a Teachta Dála (TD) and Member of the European Parliament and also as a Senator. '''Sky News Ireland''' was a programme block on Sky News which broadcast in the Ireland (Republic of Ireland) only. The block was a separate feed from the UK version and was broadcast from local offices in Dublin. It was available worldwide on Sky News Active (red button). During this block the UK continued to have the UK version


Switzerland

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Italy

and Mauritius. Sebastiani became Apostolic Nuncio (ambassador of the Holy See), to Turkey in 1985. In 1994, he was appointed General Secretary of the Central Committee for the Great Jubilee (Jubilee (Christian)) of the Year 2000. That same year, political turmoil in Hungary following their defeat in the First World War led to a coalition government of the Social-Democratic Party and the Communist Party taking control. The communists, led by Bela Kun, soon became dominant and instituted various communist reforms in the country, however the country was subsequently invaded by its neighbouring Romania within a matter of months who overthrew the government, with the communist leaders either escaping abroad or being executed. Service (2007:86-90) In 1921, a communist revolt against the government occurred whilst supportive factory workers were on strike in Turin and Milan, northern Italy, however the government acted swiftly and put down the rebellion. Service (2007:92-94) That same year, a further communist rebellion took place in Germany, only to be crushed, but another occurred in 1923, which once again was also defeated by the government. Service (2007:95-96) The communists of Bulgaria had also attempted an uprising in 1923 but like most of their counterparts across Europe, they were defeated. Service (2007:117-118) Such changing ideological emblems appeared over time, among others, on the flags of Italy, Hungary, Romania, Germany (West and East - see illustration) and Iran. As a result, during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and the Romanian Revolution of 1989, insurgents tore out of the national flag the emblem of the regime which they opposed, and waved the flag itself with which they identified. De Giorgi was born in Vernole, in Apulia (Southern Italy). He was ordained as a priest in 1953 and first became a bishop in 1973, when he was made Titular Bishop of Tulana and an auxiliary bishop of Oria. Seven years later, in 1981, he was made archbishop of Foggia. From 1987 to 1990, he served as archbishop of Taranto. In 1990, he was appointed General Chaplain of Italian Catholic Action (Azione Cattolica), a position which he held until becoming archbishop of Palermo in 1996. At the same time, he was also elected President of the Sicilian Episcopal Conference. In the Carnia region of Italy, moths of the Zygaenidae, known for manufacturing hydrogen cyanide precursor (Precursor (chemistry))s in their body, are eaten by children despite their toxicity. The moths concerned are from the brightly coloured day-flying genus Zygaena and its mimic (Mimicry), Syntomis. Cyanogenic glucosides were present in the larvae and imagos (adults) as well as in the ingluvies but in extremely low quantities along with sugar which is found in much higher concentrations. In early summer, Zygaena is very common and easy to catch by hand and the ingluvies serves as a convenient, supplementary source of sugar. Because the ingluvies have a very low cyanogenic content, children can include this resource as a seasonal delicacy at minimum risk. http: www.bioone.org doi abs 10.2993 0278-0771-29.1.64 200px thumb Casu marzu (Image:Casu Marzu cheese.jpg). Within Western (Western world) culture, entomophagy (barring some food dyes) is seen as taboo.


United States

Matt Blunt in the general election by a margin of 51% to 48%. McCaskill's loss to Blunt was the first defeat in her 20-year political career. "Urban returns help challenger", Kansas City Star, November 8, 2006 Prefab Sprout had minimal chart success (record chart) in the United States. Their 1985 album ''Steve McQueen (Steve McQueen (album))'' was released in the US


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