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The Magic Gourd (film): Wang Bao, a young Chinese boy living in Beijing finds Bao Hulu an animated magical gourd which grants him anything he wants and ultimately teaches him the value of hard work.
UAAP Beach Volleyball Championship: The University Athletic Association of the Philippines beach volleyball tournament started in SY 2006-07 as a demonstration sport. The event is now held yearly.
All India Forward Bloc: In 1969 a major split in the Indian National Congress. Indira Gandhi had entered into open conflict with the traditional Congress leadership. Effectively two separate Congress parties appeared, the Congress(R) led by Indira and the Congress(O) led by Kamaraj. The split was in many ways a left-right one, with Indira whipping up populism against the established party elites. The Forward Bloc did in some ways welcome the new developments. It appreciated Indira's stands and reformulated its anti-Congress line to focus mainly opposition to the traditional Congress elite (i.e. the Congress(O)). In the 1969 presidential elections, AIFB supported Indira's candidate V.V. Giri. This caused an abrupt break-up of the Swatantra-AIFB alliance in Tamil Nadu, as the Swatantra Party sought to align itself with the Congress(O).[23]
The Rocky Mountain Rangers: In 1946 the unit was reverted to reserve status with HQ in Kamloops and companies in Kamloops, Prince George, Salmon Arm, Armstrong and Revelstoke. In 1952 the company in Revelstoke was relocated to Whitehorse. This company became inactive three years later. In 1959 the Armstrong company headquarters was relocated to Revelstoke. This organization remained until 1970 when the companies in Prince George and Salmon Arm were reduced to nil strength. In 1978 the company in Revelstoke was relocated to Salmon Arm. In 1998 the company in Salmon Arm was reduced to nil strength and relocated on paper to Kamloops.
Chesterfield, Missouri: As of the census[1] of 2000, there were 46,802 people, 18,060 households, and 13,111 families residing in the city. The population density was 1,485.4 people per square mile (573.5/km²). There were 18,738 housing units at an average density of 594.7/sq mi (229.6/km²). The racial makeup of the city was 91.30% White, 1.86% African American, 0.12% Native American, 5.56% Asian, 0.02% Pacific Islander, 0.39% from other races, and 0.74% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 1.55% of the population.
Moïta: Moïta is a commune in the Haute-Corse department of France on the island of Corsica. It is the chief commune of the canton of Moïta-Verde, which it shares with 13 other communes: Aléria, Ampriani, Campi, Canale-di-Verde, Chiatra, Linguizzetta, Matra, Pianello, Pietra-di-Verde, Tallone, Tox, Zalana and Zuani.[1]
The Ashvale: The main restaurant is on Aberdeen's Great Western Road and was first opened in 1979, while there are other restaurants and takeaways in Banchory, Portlethen, Brechin, Dundee, Elgin, Ellon and Inverurie.
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Magnetic Reynolds number: For , advection is relatively unimportant, and so the magnetic field will tend to relax towards a purely diffusive state, determined by the boundary conditions rather than the flow.
Manganese oxide: Manganese oxide is a generic term used to describe a variety of Manganese oxides and hydroxides. It may refer to[1]:
Red Slender Loris: The Red Slender Loris differ from its close relative the Gray Slender Loris in its frequent use of rapid arboreal locomotion. It forms small social groups, containing adults of both sexes as well as young animals. This species is among the most social of the nocturnal primates. During daylight hours the animals sleep in groups in branch tangles, or curled up on a branch with their heads between their legs. The groups also undertake mutual grooming and play at wrestling. The adults typically hunt separately during the night. They are primarily insectivorous but also eat bird eggs, berries, leaves, buds and occasionally invertebrates as well as geckos and lizards. To maximize protein and nutrient uptake they consume every part of their prey, including the scales and bones. They make nests out of leaves or find hollows of trees or a similar secure place to live in.
Ivan Fichev: During the Second Balkan War in 1913 he continued to the a Head of the General Staff of the Army. On 14 January 1914 he was promoted a Lieutenant General and from 14 September that year he was appointed a Minister of War. After the First World War he was a Minister Plenipotentiary in the Romanian capital Bucharest.
Posadas: After all the prayer is done, then the party for the children starts. There will be a piñata filled with peanuts in the shell, oranges, tangerines, candy canes, and sometimes wrapped hard candy. There will be other types of chants the children will sing while the child in turn is trying to break the piñata with a stick while he/she will be a blindfolded. Although the piñata was originally from Italy, it has become a Mexican tradition for celebrations where there are children involved. The piñata was made out of a clay pot and decorated with crepe paper in different colours. Today’s piñatas are made out of cardboard and paper mache techniques and decorated with crepe paper. For the adults there is always “”ponche””, which is a hot beverage or punch made out of seasonal fruits and cinnamon sticks, with a shot of alcoholic spirit.[2]
Christian Prince: This page is an archive of the discussion about the proposed deletion of the article below. This page is no longer live. Further comments should be made on the article's talk page rather than here so that this page is preserved as an historic record. The result of the debate was keep. —Xezbeth 14:42, May 7, 2005 (UTC)
Tom Hickey: As a character actor, Hickey has appeared in numerous films, including My Left Foot, Inside I'm Dancing, and Breakfast on Pluto,
Fire Cape: Seriously, this is describing a single item in a single MMORPG. I don't know how else to describe it's lack of notability. Ricky81682 (talk) 07:29, 30 December 2005 (UTC)
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List of Clerks: The Animated Series episodes: This is a list of all Clerks: The Animated Series episodes.
Jade Warrior (film): Inspired by a well-known Finnish epic called The Kalevala, the story opens with a down-on-his luck wannabe blacksmith who gets dumped by his girlfriend. She tries to dispose of his collection of Asian artifacts and body carbon at an antique dealer, but this sets off a mythical series of events that holds the girlfriend back from leaving town. His body carbon causes a mythical chest to open and that causes the blacksmith to remember a past life where he was a half-Chinese half-"Far Northern" (Finnish?) warrior, fated to battle a demon in China, threatening to enslave all of humankind. The warrior was fated to be rewarded with Nirvana on dying in that lifetime if he killed the demon.The warrior is abetted — and then ultimately disheartened — by a female warrior who has captured his heart. The woman unexpectedly finds her lost lover who is the warrior's friend. Thus the warrior uses a magical chest to imprison the demon and escape Nirvana. He then commits suicide to be reborn as the now wannabe blacksmith, who is being instructed by a now freed demon to build the Sampo, a machine that will open the gates to hell.The blacksmith's remembering and the sampo building are transposed to each other. Finally the blacksmith realises what he has done and knows his complete past life and, with his lady love now potentially returned to his side in a Finnish incarnation, he decides to fulfill his original quest and kill the demon. The movie involves enchanted boxes, spectacular sword fights, and supernatural events that come together — simultaneously — in an isolated cabin on the outskirts of Helsinki and in the rural Chinese mountains.
List of Registered Historic Places in Marengo County, Alabama: List of Registered Historic Places in Marengo County, Alabama:
Football in Monaco: The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Expertpages: Expertpages is a free directory website of U.S. expert witnesses founded in 1995. As the first online directory for experts, expert witnesses and consultants, it has received accolades of being the “best free directory” by Lawyer’s Weekly USA and as being “one of the best sites in its field” by LexisNexis, a leading legal publishing company. They have also been featured in a number of articles from the National Law Journal, DC Legal Times, LA Daily Times, and the NJ Law Journal.
Turkish theatre: The Turkish theatre encompasses the traditional theatre practice of the Ottoman period and the modern Turkish theatre. In Turkey, theatre acts are performed by numerous private theatre companies and the national directorate of Turkish State Theatres.
USS Aulick: Two ships of the United States Navy have been named Aulick, in honor of John H. Aulick.
79th Infantry Division (Germany): The 79th was quickly raised again by the surviving staff officers. On January 12, 1943, from remnants of other German units near Rostov. The division then took part in operations in the Novocherkassk area until relieved on March 13, 1943. They refitted in the Volnovakha area and in April 1943, returned to battle. They fought a number of defensive actions before reaching the Kuban Bridgehead in August 1943. The division was evacuated to the Ukraine and continued a slow movement west for almost a year.
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