What is Uruguay known for?

natural quot

, sugar, colorings (food coloring) or preservatives and is marketed as "Natural Lemon and Lime flavour" similar to the "100% natural" American version. It contains a combination of artificial sugars, and for eight years was the only variety on the Norwegian market. The lack of the usual light or zero-label is confusing to Norwegian consumers, who often buy it not knowing they are buying a product with artificial sugars.

home international

live, because in those days all the matches on the same day kicked off at the same time and in the days before multi-channel television only one game, invariably the one involving England, would be shown live (Davies would not make his "live" network football debut until the 1970 World Cup, when he commentated on Italy vs Uruguay for the BBC, although in May 1969 he had commentated on the Wales vs Scotland game in the Home International Championship when still

team appearances

of Darlington (Darlington F.C.), but only made 10 first-team appearances, scoring twice, before he was dropped to the reserves. A-Z of Tottenham Hotspur players Retrieved 6 February 2009. This may have been due to the racial abuse he received from opposing fans, particularly at Bristol City (Bristol City F.C.), whose supporters used language "lower than Billingsgate" according to a report

writing including

to Uruguay. From there he travelled to Spain on the proclamation of the Republic (Second Spanish Republic) in 1931, before returning to Argentina in secrecy to continue his militant activities and writing, including ''The Bankruptcy of the Capitalist Economic and Political System'' (1932), ''The Ideology of FORA and Trajectory of the Revolutionary Labour Movement in Argentina'' (1933) and ''Social Reconstruction: Foundations for a New Economic Structure in Argentina'' (1933). But by the end

scientific quot

2012. In November 2010, Uruguay and Argentina announced they had reached a final agreement for joint environmental monitoring of the pulp mill.

people life

, at 13.91 per 1000 people *Infant mortality – 128th most deaths (List of countries by infant mortality rate#Lists), at 1 per 1000 live births *Death rate – 84th death rate at 9.16 per 1000 people *Life expectancy – 47th at 76.4 years *Suicide rate – 24th suicide rate per 100,000 (15.1 for males and 6.4 for females) *HIV AIDS rate – 108th at 0.30% Religion

art dance

for the ''berimbau'', the signature instrument of ''capoeira'', a martial art dance developed in Brazilian plantations by African slaves. The calabash gourd is possibly mankind's oldest instrument resonator. In late 2004, he began his touring across Latin America, with his release of ''In Search of Sunrise 3: Panama'' in which he gained influence from the sun and sand in summer 2002. The tour continued in 2005, and Tiësto performed live at Brazil, Argentina, Panama, Peru, Costa Rica, Uruguay, Paraguay, Ecuador, Venezuela and Colombia. Following the tours, ''In Search of Sunrise 4: Latin America'' was released in 2005, featuring a second CD for the first time in the ''In Search of Sunrise'' series (In Search of Sunrise (series)).

impressive performance

date 1991-06 publisher Ashley Mark isbn 9781872639000 page 156 He is a professor at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna. International career Highly criticised as one of the main weak points in the Australian defence under Frank Farina's tenure, Guus Hiddink's appointment sparked a tremendous improvement in his performance, culminating in an impressive performance in the second leg of the World Cup qualifying tie (2006 FIFA World Cup qualification (play-off CONMEBOL-OFC)) against Uruguay. Vidmar notably volunteered to take his team mate Mark Bresciano's kick in the penalty shootout (after the latter had been substituted through injury). This was successfully converted, giving Australia a 3-1 lead, and they subsequently won 4-2 on penalties. To distinguish its citizens from Uruguayan (Uruguay) nationals, people from Concepción del Uruguay are called ''uruguayenses'', while Uruguayans are known as ''uruguayos''. General history The Canary emigration to America began as early as 1492, with the first voyage of Columbus, and did not end until the early of 80´s of twentieth century. Between 1492 and 1501 (in recent years the Spanish conquest of the Canary Islands (1402–1496), rediscovered by Portugal in the fourteenth century), Columbus made ​​a stopover in the Canaries, taking away several people of there heading for Americas. These people would be established probably in Cuba (1492) and Puerto Rico (1493). Also in 1501 (or 1502), Nicolás de Ovando leaves Canary with several people heading to Santo Domingo island. In the early sixteenth century, some Guanches of the Canary Islands were exported as slaves to Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic (in this late until 1534). Also, in the first half of the sixteenth century, Europeans organized several groups of people chosen in the Canary Islands to colonize parts of Latin America (Buenos Aires, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela, Colombia and Florida). To these conquerors, some of whom settled permanently in Americas, followed him some groups of Canarians that settle in Dominican Republic and Cuba in the second half of sixteenth century (although there are also some canaries and Canarian families elsewhere in the Americas in these moments). In 1611 some 10 Canarian families were sent to Santiago del Prado, Cuba (although, as in the second half of XVI century, also had some Canarian families and Canarians more in Americas in the first half of XVII century) and for 1663 and by Royal Decree of May 6, were sent 800 Canarian families to the island Spanish, it is assumed that this was caused by the danger that the French seize it, as to date them already had occupied what is now Haiti. In 1678, the Spanish crown published "El Tributo de sangre (The tribute of blood)", whereby, for each ton of cargo for a product that some Spanish colony of America sent to Spain, this send five Canary families, but generally, the number of families exported exceeded the 10 families. Thus, during the late seventeenth and eighteenth century, hundreds of Canarian families were exported to Venezuela Cuba, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico, and some more to places like Uruguay, Mexico, Argentina or the south of the present United States basically. These families were send to populate various parts of Latin America. The tribute of blood was forbidden in 1764. Despite that, many canaries continued to migrate to Americas. Because acquire better jobs in Americas and to help them escape poverty. After the independence of most Latin American countries (1811–1825) and the abolition of slavery in Cuba and Puerto Rico, these colonies (the only colonies that Spain kept in Americas) impulsed the Canary emigration. Thus, the most of these emigrated to Cuba and Puerto Rico, where they were exploited at work and were paid very little. Although there were also thousands of canaries who emigrated to other countries like Venezuela, Uruguay and Argentina. After the annexation of Cuba and Puerto Rico to the United States and the prohibition of Canary emigration to Puerto Rico in 1898, Canary emigration is directed basically to Cuba, with certain flows to other countries (especially Argentina and Uruguay). Since 1936, most of Canarian immigrants address to Cuba and Venezuela because the country prompted the international immigration, especially the Spanish immigration and, since 1948, most of the islanders emigrated to Venezuela. However, since the 70´s the Canarian emigration begins to decrease and since early the 80, with the improvement of the Islands' economy (and Spanish in general), the Canary emigration start to be very small (leaving behind the Canarian emigration in Latin America, which in the twentieth century (from the 1900s until 1970) became to the archipelago in the second most important Autonomous Community of Spain (Autonomous communities of Spain) in the number of immigrants in that place after Galicia, being reduced from the 70 to the third Spanish region in number of inmigantes in Latin America after Madrid and Galicia, with the combination of Canarian emigration to Europe and Latin America and from the 80's, with the reducing the Canarian emigration), but with the worsening of the Venezuelan economy, many Venezuelan that are children and grandchildren of Canarian immigrants (and many of the own canaries who lived in Venezuela) have returned to the Canary Islands (although many of them returned to Venezuela since, at least, January 2011, due to economic crisis and economic problems that start has to be in Spain). They have also returned to a lesser extent, other Latin American groups of Canarian origin to the Canary (basically Cubans). Most Cubans living in the archipelago, lives here until the establishment of democracy in Cuba.

great physical

) HMS ''Gloucester'' the previous September. ; born November 2, 1980 in Canelones, Uruguay Canelones

feature documentary

of the East Los Angeles Library. The film was a Gold Winner of the 2010 Davey Awards in the Film Video TV category.


'''Uruguay''' ( , Uruguay is geographically the second-smallest nation in South America after Suriname.

Uruguay remained largely uninhabited until the establishment of Colonia del Sacramento, one of the oldest European settlements in the country, by the Portuguese (Portuguese Empire) in 1680. Montevideo was founded as a military stronghold by the Spanish (Spanish Empire) in the early 18th century, signifying the competing claims over the region. Uruguay won its independence between 1811 and 1828, following a four-way struggle between Spain, Portugal, Argentina and Brazil. It remained subject to foreign influence and intervention throughout the 19th century, with the military playing a recurring role in domestic politics until the late 20th century. Modern Uruguay is a democratic constitutional republic, with a president who serves as both head of state and head of government.

Uruguay is ranked first in Latin America in democracy (Democracy Index), peace (Global Peace Index), lack of corruption (Corruption Perceptions Index), quality of living (Mercer Quality of Living Survey), http: photos.state.gov libraries uruguay 19452 pdfs UruguaysRankingsJune2013.pdf e-Government, http: unpan3.un.org egovkb Data-Center and equally first in South America when it comes to press freedom (Press Freedom Index), size of the middle class, prosperity and security. On a per capita basis, Uruguay contributes more troops to United Nations peacekeeping missions than any other country. It ranks second in the region on economic freedom (Index of Economic Freedom), income equality (List of countries by income equality), per capita income and inflows of FDI (Foreign direct investment). Uruguay is the third best country on the continent in terms of HDI (Human Development Index), GDP growth (Economic growth), From 2005 to 2011 innovation and infrastructure. It's regarded as a high income country (top group) by the UN, the only one in Latin America alongside Chile. Uruguay is also the 3rd best ranked in the world in e-Participation. Uruguay is an important global exporter of combed wool (wool), rice, soybeans, frozen beef (beef), malt and milk.

''The Economist'' named Uruguay "country of the year" in 2013 http: www.economist.com news leaders 21591872-resilient-ireland-booming-south-sudan-tumultuous-turkey-our-country-year-earths-got acknowledging the innovative policy of legalizing production, sale and consumption of cannabis (Cannabis in Uruguay). Same-sex marriage (Same-sex marriage in Uruguay) and abortion (Abortion in Uruguay) are also legal, leading Uruguay to be regarded as one of the most liberal nations in the world, and one of the most socially developed (Social Progress Index), outstanding regionally First in Latin America on two out of three basic dimensions of the Social Progress Index, and second to Costa Rica in Latin America overall, and 26th worldwide, in 2013. and performing well globally on personal rights, tolerance and inclusion issues. http: www.socialprogressimperative.org en data spi components com9#performance countries com9 com11

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