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Colombia (/kəˈlʌmbiə/ kə-lum-biə or /kəˈlɒmbiə/ kə-lom-biə; Spanish: [koˈlombja] ), officially the Republic of Colombia (Spanish) is a country situated in the northwest of South America, bordered to
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Colombia
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Colombia (/kəˈlʌmbiə/ kə-lum-biə or /kəˈlɒmbiə/ kə-lom-biə; Spanish: [koˈlombja] ), officially the Republic of Colombia (Spanish) is a country situated in the northwest of South America, bordered to
Crystal City Business Improvement District 2001 Jefferson Davis Hwy Suite 505 Arlington, VA 22202 tel 703.412.9430 fax 703.412.9437 info@crystalcity.org - See more at: http://www.crystalcity.org/acco
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Crystal City
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Crystal City Business Improvement District 2001 Jefferson Davis Hwy Suite 505 Arlington, VA 22202 tel 703.412.9430 fax 703.412.9437 info@crystalcity.org - See more at: http://www.crystalcity.org/acco
Cuba, officially the Republic of Cuba (Spanish: About this sound República de Cuba ), is a sovereign state comprising the islands of Cuba, Isla de la Juventud and several archipelagos in the Caribbean
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Cuba
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Cuba, officially the Republic of Cuba (Spanish: About this sound República de Cuba ), is a sovereign state comprising the islands of Cuba, Isla de la Juventud and several archipelagos in the Caribbean
CWA represents 700,000 workers in private and public sector employment in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico in 1,200 chartered CWA local unions. In 10,000 communities across the United States,
Communications Workers-America
3985 Prince William Pkwy
CWA represents 700,000 workers in private and public sector employment in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico in 1,200 chartered CWA local unions. In 10,000 communities across the United States,
The Czech Republic (tʃɛk rᵻˈpʌblɪk/ chek-rə-pub-lik; Czech: Česká republika [ˈt͡ʃɛskaː ˈrɛpuˌblɪka] ) is a landlocked country in Central Europe bordered by Germany to the west, Austria to the south, S
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Czechia
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The Czech Republic (tʃɛk rᵻˈpʌblɪk/ chek-rə-pub-lik; Czech: Česká republika [ˈt͡ʃɛskaː ˈrɛpuˌblɪka] ) is a landlocked country in Central Europe bordered by Germany to the west, Austria to the south, S
Mexico City (Spanish: Ciudad de México About this sound audio American Spanish: [sjuˈða(ð) ðe ˈméxiko]; abbreviated as "CDMX") is the capital of Mexico. Mexico City is the country's largest city as w
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Mexico City
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Mexico City (Spanish: Ciudad de México About this sound audio American Spanish: [sjuˈða(ð) ðe ˈméxiko]; abbreviated as "CDMX") is the capital of Mexico. Mexico City is the country's largest city as w
Population (year 2000): 5,958. Estimated population in July 2006: 6,224 (+4.5% change) Races in District Heights Black (87.9%) White Non-Hispanic (9.1%) Two or more races (1.7%) American
District Heights
Population (year 2000): 5,958. Estimated population in July 2006: 6,224 (+4.5% change) Races in District Heights Black (87.9%) White Non-Hispanic (9.1%) Two or more races (1.7%) American
The Defense Logistics Agency is the Department of Defense's largest logistics combat support agency, providing worldwide logistics support in both peacetime and wartime to the military services as wel
Defense Logistics Agency
8725 John J Kingman Rd
The Defense Logistics Agency is the Department of Defense's largest logistics combat support agency, providing worldwide logistics support in both peacetime and wartime to the military services as wel
The Dominican Republic (Spanish: República Dominicana [reˈpuβlika ðominiˈkana]) is a sovereign state on the island of Hispaniola, in the Greater Antilles archipelago in the Caribbean region. The weste
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Dominican Republic
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The Dominican Republic (Spanish: República Dominicana [reˈpuβlika ðominiˈkana]) is a sovereign state on the island of Hispaniola, in the Greater Antilles archipelago in the Caribbean region. The weste
Dresden (German pronunciation: [ˈdʁeːsdn̩] ) is the capital city of the Free State of Saxony in Germany. It is situated in a valley on the River Elbe, near the border with the Czech Republic. Dresden
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Dresden
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Dresden (German pronunciation: [ˈdʁeːsdn̩] ) is the capital city of the Free State of Saxony in Germany. It is situated in a valley on the River Elbe, near the border with the Czech Republic. Dresden
Dumfries (dʌmˈfriːs/ dum-freess; possibly from Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Phris) is a market town and former royal burgh within the Dumfries and Galloway council area of Scotland. It is near the mouth of th
Dumfries
Dumfries (dʌmˈfriːs/ dum-freess; possibly from Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Phris) is a market town and former royal burgh within the Dumfries and Galloway council area of Scotland. It is near the mouth of th
Value and Luxury...all in one place. DXL is a unique, all-inclusive superstore that offers one of the most extensive assortments of XL men's clothing and shoes available anywhere. This "one-stop-shop
Casual Male XL
13289 Worth Ave
Value and Luxury...all in one place. DXL is a unique, all-inclusive superstore that offers one of the most extensive assortments of XL men's clothing and shoes available anywhere. This "one-stop-shop
Enjoy our fabulous outdoor weather. Easton offers visitors the opportunity to indulge in a wide variety of outdoor activities: golf on one of five golf courses; skeet shooting; visit nearby refuges an
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Easton
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Enjoy our fabulous outdoor weather. Easton offers visitors the opportunity to indulge in a wide variety of outdoor activities: golf on one of five golf courses; skeet shooting; visit nearby refuges an
Visitors welcome to Edison, New Jersey, one of America’s Best Places to Live according to Money Magazine. This 32-square-mile township of more than 100,000 residents is the home of Thomas Alva Edison
Edison
Visitors welcome to Edison, New Jersey, one of America’s Best Places to Live according to Money Magazine. This 32-square-mile township of more than 100,000 residents is the home of Thomas Alva Edison
Egypt (iːdʒɪpt/; Arabic: مِصر‎ Miṣr, Egyptian Arabic: مَصر Maṣr, Coptic: Ⲭⲏⲙⲓ Khemi), officially the Arab Republic of Egypt, is a transcontinental country spanning the northeast corner of Africa and s
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Egypt
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Egypt (iːdʒɪpt/; Arabic: مِصر‎ Miṣr, Egyptian Arabic: مَصر Maṣr, Coptic: Ⲭⲏⲙⲓ Khemi), officially the Arab Republic of Egypt, is a transcontinental country spanning the northeast corner of Africa and s
12820 Valleywood Dr, Woodbridge, VA 22192, United States
EJF Consulting Inc
12820 Valleywood Dr
12820 Valleywood Dr, Woodbridge, VA 22192, United States
Welcome to the world-famous Empire State Building. Located in the center of Midtown Manhattan, our 86th and 102nd floor observatories provide unforgettable 360° views of New York City and beyond. Whet
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Empire State Building
20 W 34th St
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Welcome to the world-famous Empire State Building. Located in the center of Midtown Manhattan, our 86th and 102nd floor observatories provide unforgettable 360° views of New York City and beyond. Whet
Welcome to Episcopal High School. We are delighted that you have found us and invite you to get to know us better. It is our hope that many of Episcopal’s special qualities will come to life through t
Episcopal High School
1200 N Quaker Ln
Welcome to Episcopal High School. We are delighted that you have found us and invite you to get to know us better. It is our hope that many of Episcopal’s special qualities will come to life through t
Estonia (ɛˈstoʊniə/;Estonian: Eesti [ˈeːsti]), officially the Republic of Estonia (Estonian: Eesti Vabariik), is a country in the Baltic region of Northern Europe. It is bordered to the north by the
Estonia
Estonia (ɛˈstoʊniə/;Estonian: Eesti [ˈeːsti]), officially the Republic of Estonia (Estonian: Eesti Vabariik), is a country in the Baltic region of Northern Europe. It is bordered to the north by the
At Everest College in Woodbridge, Va., our goal is to "Change Our Students' Lives." We plan to do this by providing you with quality career training that teaches you the necessary skills you need to l
Altierus Career Colleges
14555 Potomac Mills Rd
At Everest College in Woodbridge, Va., our goal is to "Change Our Students' Lives." We plan to do this by providing you with quality career training that teaches you the necessary skills you need to l
2296 Opitz Blvd, #20 Woodbridge, VA 2219 United States.
Eye Consultants-Northern Va: Krist Mary Jo MD
2296 Opitz Blvd
2296 Opitz Blvd, #20 Woodbridge, VA 2219 United States.
Our mission is to help protect you, your children, your communities, and your businesses from the most dangerous threats facing our nation—from international and domestic terrorists to spies on U.S. soil…from cyber villains to corrupt government officials…from mobsters to violent street gangs…from child predators to serial killers. Along the way, we help defend and uphold our nation’s economy, physical and electronic infrastructure, and democracy. Learn more about how we have evolved into a more proactive, threat-driven security agency in recent years. As an intelligence-driven and a threat-focused national security organization with both intelligence and law enforcement responsibilities, the mission of the FBI is to protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, to uphold and enforce the criminal laws of the United States, and to provide leadership and criminal justice services to federal, state, municipal, and international agencies and partners. Our Priorities The FBI focuses on threats that challenge the foundations of American society or involve dangers too large or complex for any local or state authority to handle alone. In executing the following priorities, the FBI—as both a national security and law enforcement organization—will produce and use intelligence to protect the nation from threats and to bring to justice those who violate the law. 1. Protect the United States from terrorist attack 2. Protect the United States against foreign intelligence operations and espionage 3. Protect the United States against cyber-based attacks and high-technology crimes 4. Combat public corruption at all levels 5. Protect civil rights 6. Combat transnational/national criminal organizations and enterprises 7. Combat major white-collar crime 8. Combat significant violent crime 9. Support federal, state, local and international partners 10. Upgrade technology to successfully perform the FBI’s mission Our People & Leadership The FBI employs nearly 35,000 people, including special agents and support professionals such as intelligence analysts, language specialists, scientists, and information technology specialists. Learn how you can join us at FBIJobs.gov. For details on our leadership, see the FBI Executives webpage. Our Locations We work literally around the globe. Along with our Headquarters in Washington, D.C., we have 56 field offices located in major cities throughout the U.S., approximately 360 smaller offices called resident agencies in cities and towns across the nation, and more than 60 international offices called legal attachés in U.S. embassies worldwide. Our Budget In fiscal year 2014, our total direct-funded budget is approximately $8.3 billion, including increases to enhance our cyber, counter-IED (improvised explosive device), firearms background check, and other programs. Our History The FBI was established in 1908. See our History website and How the FBI Got its Name for more details on our evolution and achievements over the years. Our Motto “Fidelity, Bravery, and Integrity.” Learn about the origins of this motto. Our Core Values Rigorous obedience to the Constitution of the United States; Respect for the dignity of all those we protect; Compassion; Fairness; Uncompromising personal integrity and institutional integrity; Accountability by accepting responsibility for our actions and decisions and the consequences of our actions and decisions; Leadership, both personal and professional; and Diversity. For more information: - Read a more detailed overview of the FBI: Today’s FBI: Facts & Figures, 2013-2014 (pdf). - Get answers to Frequently Asked Questions. The very heart of FBI operations lies in our investigations—which serve, as our mission states, “to protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats and to enforce the criminal laws of the United States.” We currently have jurisdiction over violations of more than 200 categories of federal law, and you can find the major ones below, grouped within our national security and criminal priorities. Also visit our Intelligence program site, which underpins and informs all our investigative programs. Working closely with a range of partners, we use our growing suite of investigative and intelligence capabilities to neutralize terrorist cells and operatives here in the U.S., to help dismantle extremist networks worldwide, and to cut off financing and other forms of support provided by terrorist sympathizers. They are our nation’s front line on terrorism: small cells of highly trained, locally based, passionately committed investigators, analysts, linguists, SWAT experts, and other specialists from dozens of U.S. law enforcement and intelligence agencies. When it comes to investigating terrorism, they do
Federal Bureau of Investigation Headquarters
935 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Our mission is to help protect you, your children, your communities, and your businesses from the most dangerous threats facing our nation—from international and domestic terrorists to spies on U.S. soil…from cyber villains to corrupt government officials…from mobsters to violent street gangs…from child predators to serial killers. Along the way, we help defend and uphold our nation’s economy, physical and electronic infrastructure, and democracy. Learn more about how we have evolved into a more proactive, threat-driven security agency in recent years. As an intelligence-driven and a threat-focused national security organization with both intelligence and law enforcement responsibilities, the mission of the FBI is to protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, to uphold and enforce the criminal laws of the United States, and to provide leadership and criminal justice services to federal, state, municipal, and international agencies and partners. Our Priorities The FBI focuses on threats that challenge the foundations of American society or involve dangers too large or complex for any local or state authority to handle alone. In executing the following priorities, the FBI—as both a national security and law enforcement organization—will produce and use intelligence to protect the nation from threats and to bring to justice those who violate the law. 1. Protect the United States from terrorist attack 2. Protect the United States against foreign intelligence operations and espionage 3. Protect the United States against cyber-based attacks and high-technology crimes 4. Combat public corruption at all levels 5. Protect civil rights 6. Combat transnational/national criminal organizations and enterprises 7. Combat major white-collar crime 8. Combat significant violent crime 9. Support federal, state, local and international partners 10. Upgrade technology to successfully perform the FBI’s mission Our People & Leadership The FBI employs nearly 35,000 people, including special agents and support professionals such as intelligence analysts, language specialists, scientists, and information technology specialists. Learn how you can join us at FBIJobs.gov. For details on our leadership, see the FBI Executives webpage. Our Locations We work literally around the globe. Along with our Headquarters in Washington, D.C., we have 56 field offices located in major cities throughout the U.S., approximately 360 smaller offices called resident agencies in cities and towns across the nation, and more than 60 international offices called legal attachés in U.S. embassies worldwide. Our Budget In fiscal year 2014, our total direct-funded budget is approximately $8.3 billion, including increases to enhance our cyber, counter-IED (improvised explosive device), firearms background check, and other programs. Our History The FBI was established in 1908. See our History website and How the FBI Got its Name for more details on our evolution and achievements over the years. Our Motto “Fidelity, Bravery, and Integrity.” Learn about the origins of this motto. Our Core Values Rigorous obedience to the Constitution of the United States; Respect for the dignity of all those we protect; Compassion; Fairness; Uncompromising personal integrity and institutional integrity; Accountability by accepting responsibility for our actions and decisions and the consequences of our actions and decisions; Leadership, both personal and professional; and Diversity. For more information: - Read a more detailed overview of the FBI: Today’s FBI: Facts & Figures, 2013-2014 (pdf). - Get answers to Frequently Asked Questions. The very heart of FBI operations lies in our investigations—which serve, as our mission states, “to protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats and to enforce the criminal laws of the United States.” We currently have jurisdiction over violations of more than 200 categories of federal law, and you can find the major ones below, grouped within our national security and criminal priorities. Also visit our Intelligence program site, which underpins and informs all our investigative programs. Working closely with a range of partners, we use our growing suite of investigative and intelligence capabilities to neutralize terrorist cells and operatives here in the U.S., to help dismantle extremist networks worldwide, and to cut off financing and other forms of support provided by terrorist sympathizers. They are our nation’s front line on terrorism: small cells of highly trained, locally based, passionately committed investigators, analysts, linguists, SWAT experts, and other specialists from dozens of U.S. law enforcement and intelligence agencies. When it comes to investigating terrorism, they do
Dumfries, VA 22025 USA
Fettler Park Drive
Dumfries, VA 22025 USA
When it comes to home service providers in the D.C. Metro area, there are plenty of options. But none can say they have a better trained staff with more experience, professionalism & customer-focused drive than F.H. Furr! Knowledge. Experience. Professionalism. Three qualities all of our people have that make us Northern Virginia, D.C. & Maryland's #1 Home Service Provider. That's the F.H. Furr Difference. Family-owned and -operated for over 30 years, F.H. Furr is D.C., Maryland & Northern Virginia’s premier plumber, HVAC contractor and electrician. F.H. Furr is A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau and has consistently been voted Best of Prince William County for HVAC, Plumbing & Electrical. Whether you need plumbing, electrical, heating or air conditioning repairs, preventive maintenance, or replacement of your entire furnace or HVAC system, you can always expect the following from F.H. Furr Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning & Electrical: From the moment you contact F.H. Furr, you're meeting our team! You can trust our employees because we drug test, continually train and background check each one! Why choose F.H. Furr? Because our employees are “Absolutely the Best!” When choosing a service company within the Northern Virginia and Maryland areas, it can be difficult to narrow down the search. With competitive pricing and many of the same services as other folks, what makes F.H. Furr different from the rest? Our People! Here at F.H. Furr, we know that our people are what make us different! Each employee has the customer's best interest in mind, and we guarantee that our customers are safe and taken care of when their service is in our hands! We feel confident in our employees and the work they do, because from the moment they begin their job with F.H. Furr, they understand the value that we place in customer service, as well as the importance of high quality workmanship. From the employees who schedule calls, to the technicians who perform the work, our people are held to a high standard of service that no company can compete with! best hvac company marylandBackground Checks: With many of our employees entering customer’s homes for repairs, maintenance, and replacement, each employee must pass a thorough and compressive background check before our company hires them. This process allows our customers to be 100% sure that the technician in their home is a person worthy of trust! Our employees represent our company, and we want to be sure that our reputation and family values are displayed through our respectful, courteous and knowledgable employees! best hvac electricians and plumbers in washington dcDrug Testing: When it comes to the work being performed, our customers can feel secure knowing that it is completed by fully competent technicians. We feel strongly that each of our employees must be able to pass a drug test before being hired. They are also asked to take drug tests once a month. These test dates are unknown to employees for maximum security and assurance. We believe our customers shouldn’t have to worry about being in their home alone with our employees, and our firm handle on testing for drugs helps us to ensure that they don’t. expert hvac technician mclean vaContinuous Training: Our employees go through continuous training to bring our customers “Absolutely the Best” service in Northern Virginia and Maryland. During their initial training, employees are given all of the tools that they’ll need to perform to the standard of F.H. Furr’s customer service. In addition, they receive continuous classes, hands on training and technology training so that they’re always up to date on the latest techniques and equipment. We pride ourselves in the continuous instruction of our employees because when they have the knowledge they need to do the job right, our customers benefit immensely! Jobs are completed efficiently, questions answered correctly, and work done to the customer’s satisfaction! Our people are Furr family...and so are you! We treat our employees like family, and in turn, they treat the customers as such! It's our goal to make YOU feel confident and safe from start to finish. From the moment you call in to schedule a service, our team is dedicated to treating you as if you were family of the Furr's themselves! We have long-standing relationships with our loyal customers, and they know that they can call on us for years to come! F.H. Furr has recognized that in order to provide our level of service, professional training must be an integral part of career development for all of our technicians. At F.H. Furr, our slogan of “Absolutely the Best” isn’t just some marketing gimmick. It’s the cornerstone of our business. We believe that if we provide “absolutely the best” technicians and customer service to our customers that we will build t
F H Furr Plumbing Heating Air Conditioning
14895 Farm Creek Dr
When it comes to home service providers in the D.C. Metro area, there are plenty of options. But none can say they have a better trained staff with more experience, professionalism & customer-focused drive than F.H. Furr! Knowledge. Experience. Professionalism. Three qualities all of our people have that make us Northern Virginia, D.C. & Maryland's #1 Home Service Provider. That's the F.H. Furr Difference. Family-owned and -operated for over 30 years, F.H. Furr is D.C., Maryland & Northern Virginia’s premier plumber, HVAC contractor and electrician. F.H. Furr is A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau and has consistently been voted Best of Prince William County for HVAC, Plumbing & Electrical. Whether you need plumbing, electrical, heating or air conditioning repairs, preventive maintenance, or replacement of your entire furnace or HVAC system, you can always expect the following from F.H. Furr Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning & Electrical: From the moment you contact F.H. Furr, you're meeting our team! You can trust our employees because we drug test, continually train and background check each one! Why choose F.H. Furr? Because our employees are “Absolutely the Best!” When choosing a service company within the Northern Virginia and Maryland areas, it can be difficult to narrow down the search. With competitive pricing and many of the same services as other folks, what makes F.H. Furr different from the rest? Our People! Here at F.H. Furr, we know that our people are what make us different! Each employee has the customer's best interest in mind, and we guarantee that our customers are safe and taken care of when their service is in our hands! We feel confident in our employees and the work they do, because from the moment they begin their job with F.H. Furr, they understand the value that we place in customer service, as well as the importance of high quality workmanship. From the employees who schedule calls, to the technicians who perform the work, our people are held to a high standard of service that no company can compete with! best hvac company marylandBackground Checks: With many of our employees entering customer’s homes for repairs, maintenance, and replacement, each employee must pass a thorough and compressive background check before our company hires them. This process allows our customers to be 100% sure that the technician in their home is a person worthy of trust! Our employees represent our company, and we want to be sure that our reputation and family values are displayed through our respectful, courteous and knowledgable employees! best hvac electricians and plumbers in washington dcDrug Testing: When it comes to the work being performed, our customers can feel secure knowing that it is completed by fully competent technicians. We feel strongly that each of our employees must be able to pass a drug test before being hired. They are also asked to take drug tests once a month. These test dates are unknown to employees for maximum security and assurance. We believe our customers shouldn’t have to worry about being in their home alone with our employees, and our firm handle on testing for drugs helps us to ensure that they don’t. expert hvac technician mclean vaContinuous Training: Our employees go through continuous training to bring our customers “Absolutely the Best” service in Northern Virginia and Maryland. During their initial training, employees are given all of the tools that they’ll need to perform to the standard of F.H. Furr’s customer service. In addition, they receive continuous classes, hands on training and technology training so that they’re always up to date on the latest techniques and equipment. We pride ourselves in the continuous instruction of our employees because when they have the knowledge they need to do the job right, our customers benefit immensely! Jobs are completed efficiently, questions answered correctly, and work done to the customer’s satisfaction! Our people are Furr family...and so are you! We treat our employees like family, and in turn, they treat the customers as such! It's our goal to make YOU feel confident and safe from start to finish. From the moment you call in to schedule a service, our team is dedicated to treating you as if you were family of the Furr's themselves! We have long-standing relationships with our loyal customers, and they know that they can call on us for years to come! F.H. Furr has recognized that in order to provide our level of service, professional training must be an integral part of career development for all of our technicians. At F.H. Furr, our slogan of “Absolutely the Best” isn’t just some marketing gimmick. It’s the cornerstone of our business. We believe that if we provide “absolutely the best” technicians and customer service to our customers that we will build t
Steeped in Local History Our hotel has a long history and has been welcoming travellers since the 16th century, when it gave shelter and sustenance to drovers moving their flocks to market. Unique and Secluded On the southern shore of Loch Tay, amongst some of the most beautiful scenery in Europe, Ardeonaig is a very special hotel in a spectacular location. From Glasgow or Edinburgh you can reach us in a couple of hours, but while you're here, you'll feel a million miles away from the pressures of modern life. With a Contemporary Twist Today, the heart of Ardeonaig remains the original inn. These days we maintain a rather more contemporary level of comfort in our guest bedrooms and throughout the hotel - though the welcome is as warm and genuine as it's always been. Ardeonaig is a well-known and much-loved hotel in one of the most beautiful locations in Scotland. Originally an inn dating from the 16th century, the property has evolved over the years to add luxury accommodation to its timeless welcome. All our guest bedrooms have been finished to an exacting high standard, with luxurious linens, contemporary decor and lavishly appointed bathrooms complete with Molton Brown toiletries. Each room contains an iron and ironing board and a complimentary hospitality tray providing tea and coffee making facilities and snacks. To make your stay with us that little bit special, you can include extras in your booking such as Champagne, fresh fruit, handmade luxury chocolates and cut flowers. Cottage & Shieling Suites Space for you. Located in a converted cottage adjacent to the hotel, our two cottage suites provide some of the most luxurious accommodation that we have to offer. Or choose from one of our five five shielings, each sitting on the side of the Ardeonaig burn itself. And, of course, some of Scotland’s most magnificent scenery peacefully awaits you just outside. Loch View A sense of place. Start your day with breathtaking views out over our grounds towards Loch Tay and Ben Lawers. Make yourself at home. Whether returning to the hotel from activities in the surrounding countryside or sated from an exquisite dinner in our restaurant, sit back, relax and enjoy this wonderful location and its ever-changing views. Standard Rooms Make yourself at home. Whether returning to the hotel from activities in the surrounding countryside or sated from an exquisite dinner in our restaurant you know you can relax here. All of our standard rooms are situated in the main hotel building. Refined classic dining, with a smattering of contemporary touches. Please note that the menus featured on this page are samples, and may not reflect the seasonal changes to our current menu. If you would like to be made aware of what dining options are on offer at present, please send us an email, a message using the contact form, or call us on 01567 820351. Please click on the link to view our video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUEBRq1w9QM Loch Tay sits at the heart of an extraordinary natural larder. Wild game, fresh fish and organically-farmed meat is sourced practically from our doorstep, and depending on the season, wild garlic from the banks of our burn or girolles mushrooms foraged from the surrounding woods may make an appearance on our menu. As we work to exacting standards and only ever with the freshest and best of ingredients, sourced both locally and from further afield, we do require notice for dinner bookings within our Restaurant. Our team work very hard to prepare a daily changing menu and we do hope that allied to Ardeonaig's spectacular location, our guests, resident and non-resident enjoy a wonderfully unique experience. We are delighted to welcome non resident guests for drinks, coffees, and dinner. A La Carte Dining During dinner, we can offer two courses for £32, or three courses for £40 from our A La Carte menu. Our Chef's seasonal recommendation (ranging from 5 to 7 courses dependent on season) is also available for £65 per person. Well worth the extra for that special experience! Restaurant Opening Times: Breakfast 8.00am - 10.00am Lunch 12.30pm - 2.45pm Dinner 7.00pm - 8.45pm Ardeonaig provides the perfect combination of luxurious accommodation and fine dining. There is nothing better than a break away. A romantic break. A special occasion. Or maybe you just want an excuse to relax and unwind. Whatever the reason, you’ll find the special offer to suit you best right here. Have a look below at our latest packages. Mid-Week Offer Mid- Week, Dinner, Bed and Breakfast A La Carte Dinner, Bed and Breakfast for two in a Standard or Loch View bedroom - £175 per night Go for that extra special experience and upgrade to our Chefs Tasting Menu for an a £25 per head All prices include dinner and full Scottish breakfast. Offer va
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Steeped in Local History Our hotel has a long history and has been welcoming travellers since the 16th century, when it gave shelter and sustenance to drovers moving their flocks to market. Unique and Secluded On the southern shore of Loch Tay, amongst some of the most beautiful scenery in Europe, Ardeonaig is a very special hotel in a spectacular location. From Glasgow or Edinburgh you can reach us in a couple of hours, but while you're here, you'll feel a million miles away from the pressures of modern life. With a Contemporary Twist Today, the heart of Ardeonaig remains the original inn. These days we maintain a rather more contemporary level of comfort in our guest bedrooms and throughout the hotel - though the welcome is as warm and genuine as it's always been. Ardeonaig is a well-known and much-loved hotel in one of the most beautiful locations in Scotland. Originally an inn dating from the 16th century, the property has evolved over the years to add luxury accommodation to its timeless welcome. All our guest bedrooms have been finished to an exacting high standard, with luxurious linens, contemporary decor and lavishly appointed bathrooms complete with Molton Brown toiletries. Each room contains an iron and ironing board and a complimentary hospitality tray providing tea and coffee making facilities and snacks. To make your stay with us that little bit special, you can include extras in your booking such as Champagne, fresh fruit, handmade luxury chocolates and cut flowers. Cottage & Shieling Suites Space for you. Located in a converted cottage adjacent to the hotel, our two cottage suites provide some of the most luxurious accommodation that we have to offer. Or choose from one of our five five shielings, each sitting on the side of the Ardeonaig burn itself. And, of course, some of Scotland’s most magnificent scenery peacefully awaits you just outside. Loch View A sense of place. Start your day with breathtaking views out over our grounds towards Loch Tay and Ben Lawers. Make yourself at home. Whether returning to the hotel from activities in the surrounding countryside or sated from an exquisite dinner in our restaurant, sit back, relax and enjoy this wonderful location and its ever-changing views. Standard Rooms Make yourself at home. Whether returning to the hotel from activities in the surrounding countryside or sated from an exquisite dinner in our restaurant you know you can relax here. All of our standard rooms are situated in the main hotel building. Refined classic dining, with a smattering of contemporary touches. Please note that the menus featured on this page are samples, and may not reflect the seasonal changes to our current menu. If you would like to be made aware of what dining options are on offer at present, please send us an email, a message using the contact form, or call us on 01567 820351. Please click on the link to view our video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUEBRq1w9QM Loch Tay sits at the heart of an extraordinary natural larder. Wild game, fresh fish and organically-farmed meat is sourced practically from our doorstep, and depending on the season, wild garlic from the banks of our burn or girolles mushrooms foraged from the surrounding woods may make an appearance on our menu. As we work to exacting standards and only ever with the freshest and best of ingredients, sourced both locally and from further afield, we do require notice for dinner bookings within our Restaurant. Our team work very hard to prepare a daily changing menu and we do hope that allied to Ardeonaig's spectacular location, our guests, resident and non-resident enjoy a wonderfully unique experience. We are delighted to welcome non resident guests for drinks, coffees, and dinner. A La Carte Dining During dinner, we can offer two courses for £32, or three courses for £40 from our A La Carte menu. Our Chef's seasonal recommendation (ranging from 5 to 7 courses dependent on season) is also available for £65 per person. Well worth the extra for that special experience! Restaurant Opening Times: Breakfast 8.00am - 10.00am Lunch 12.30pm - 2.45pm Dinner 7.00pm - 8.45pm Ardeonaig provides the perfect combination of luxurious accommodation and fine dining. There is nothing better than a break away. A romantic break. A special occasion. Or maybe you just want an excuse to relax and unwind. Whatever the reason, you’ll find the special offer to suit you best right here. Have a look below at our latest packages. Mid-Week Offer Mid- Week, Dinner, Bed and Breakfast A La Carte Dinner, Bed and Breakfast for two in a Standard or Loch View bedroom - £175 per night Go for that extra special experience and upgrade to our Chefs Tasting Menu for an a £25 per head All prices include dinner and full Scottish breakfast. Offer va
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Welcome to Fort George G. Meade, Md., an installation dedicated to providing quality support to service members, Department of Defense civilian employees, family members, and military retirees. Our mission: Provide required services, infrastructure, a safe and secure community, and a quality of life that supports mission readiness and the Fort Meade community. Our vision: The Nation's Center for Information, Intelligence and Cyber Operations. Every day, more than 100,000 people seek the services Fort Meade offers. Its primary mission is to provide a wide range of services to 117 partner organizations from the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard, as well as to several federal agencies including the National Security Agency, Defense Media Activity, Defense Informations Systems Agency, the Defense Courier Service and the U.S. Cyber Command. Fort Meade is conveniently located between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore. Soldiers stand in formation for physical training.The installation lies approximately five miles east of Interstate 95 and one-half mile east of the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, between Maryland State routes 175 and 198. Fort Meade is located near the communities of Odenton, Laurel, Columbia and Jessup. With approximately 52,000 employees, Fort Meade is Maryland’s largest employer and is the third-largest workforce of any Army installation in the U.S. Temperatures range from a mean daily maximum of 85 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer to 30 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter. In the winter, the average monthly snowfall is four to 10 inches. In the early stages of the season, springtime is accompanied by high winds and moderate thunderstorms and summers are moderately hot and humid. Autumn is pleasant with temperatures ranging as high as the mid-60s. In addition to the many recreational activities available on Fort Meade, the region itself is full of interesting places to visit. You can tour the historical sites of Annapolis; visit the White House in Washington, D.C.; or attend a football, basketball or baseball game with one of the many professional and college teams in the Maryland, D.C., and Northern Virginia areas. Fort Meade is virtually a city in itself. It consists of 5,067 acres with 65.5 miles of paved roads, 3.3 miles of secondary roads, and about 1,300 buildings. There is a modern post exchange mall, bank, credit union, post office, chapels, seven schools and many other facilities on the installation. Whatever your interests - crafts, sports, movies - all are available on Fort Meade. Map of Fort Meade's locationDirections to Fort Meade From Washington D.C.:Take Interstate 95 or I?295 N toward Baltimore to MD State Route 175 E. Follow 175 E until it turns into Annapolis Road. Follow the signs to the Reece Road main gate. Be prepared to present identification, vehicle registration and proof of insurance at the gate. From Baltimore:Take Interstate 95 or I-295 S toward Washington, D.C. to MD State Route 175 E. Follow 175 E until it turns into Annapolis Road. Follow the signs to the Reece Road main gate. Be prepared to present identification, vehicle registration and proof of insurance at the gate. From Annapolis: Take US 50/301 W to Interstate 97 N toward Baltimore. Take MD State Route 32 W toward Odenton/Fort Meade. Take MD State Route 175 W, Annapolis Road. Follow the signs to the Reece Road main gate. Be prepared to present identification, vehicle registration and proof of insurance at the gate. How Do I Get Around? Over the past few years, Fort Meade and partner units have worked with federal, state and local officials to establish partnerships and work together to develop transportation options for workers and residents at Fort Meade. Today Fort Meade commuters from Maryland and Virginia can take advantage of peak-hour MARC rail service, car and van pools, post and METRO shuttle bus services and subscription bus services. These services, combined with other programs such as Maryland's Guaranteed Ride Home program and the National Capital Region Mass Transportation Benefit Program are designed to help commuters better access mass transportation options and decrease traffic congestion by finding ways to help take cars off roadways. For more information about commuter options for getting to and from Fort Meade, visit the Transportation Demand Management webpage. Train Stations and Airports Amtrak:The closest station to Fort Meade is the BWI Airport Rail Station. For more information, visit www.amtrak.com. MARC Train (Mass Transit):Visitors can travel to and from Baltimore or Washington D.C. by using the MARC train, a local commuter system available Monday through Friday from 5 a.m. to midnight. The nearest MARC stations to Fort Meade are the BWI Rail Station or the Odenton Station. For more information, visit www.mtamaryland.com. Airport: Baltimore/Washingt
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Welcome to Fort George G. Meade, Md., an installation dedicated to providing quality support to service members, Department of Defense civilian employees, family members, and military retirees. Our mission: Provide required services, infrastructure, a safe and secure community, and a quality of life that supports mission readiness and the Fort Meade community. Our vision: The Nation's Center for Information, Intelligence and Cyber Operations. Every day, more than 100,000 people seek the services Fort Meade offers. Its primary mission is to provide a wide range of services to 117 partner organizations from the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard, as well as to several federal agencies including the National Security Agency, Defense Media Activity, Defense Informations Systems Agency, the Defense Courier Service and the U.S. Cyber Command. Fort Meade is conveniently located between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore. Soldiers stand in formation for physical training.The installation lies approximately five miles east of Interstate 95 and one-half mile east of the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, between Maryland State routes 175 and 198. Fort Meade is located near the communities of Odenton, Laurel, Columbia and Jessup. With approximately 52,000 employees, Fort Meade is Maryland’s largest employer and is the third-largest workforce of any Army installation in the U.S. Temperatures range from a mean daily maximum of 85 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer to 30 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter. In the winter, the average monthly snowfall is four to 10 inches. In the early stages of the season, springtime is accompanied by high winds and moderate thunderstorms and summers are moderately hot and humid. Autumn is pleasant with temperatures ranging as high as the mid-60s. In addition to the many recreational activities available on Fort Meade, the region itself is full of interesting places to visit. You can tour the historical sites of Annapolis; visit the White House in Washington, D.C.; or attend a football, basketball or baseball game with one of the many professional and college teams in the Maryland, D.C., and Northern Virginia areas. Fort Meade is virtually a city in itself. It consists of 5,067 acres with 65.5 miles of paved roads, 3.3 miles of secondary roads, and about 1,300 buildings. There is a modern post exchange mall, bank, credit union, post office, chapels, seven schools and many other facilities on the installation. Whatever your interests - crafts, sports, movies - all are available on Fort Meade. Map of Fort Meade's locationDirections to Fort Meade From Washington D.C.:Take Interstate 95 or I?295 N toward Baltimore to MD State Route 175 E. Follow 175 E until it turns into Annapolis Road. Follow the signs to the Reece Road main gate. Be prepared to present identification, vehicle registration and proof of insurance at the gate. From Baltimore:Take Interstate 95 or I-295 S toward Washington, D.C. to MD State Route 175 E. Follow 175 E until it turns into Annapolis Road. Follow the signs to the Reece Road main gate. Be prepared to present identification, vehicle registration and proof of insurance at the gate. From Annapolis: Take US 50/301 W to Interstate 97 N toward Baltimore. Take MD State Route 32 W toward Odenton/Fort Meade. Take MD State Route 175 W, Annapolis Road. Follow the signs to the Reece Road main gate. Be prepared to present identification, vehicle registration and proof of insurance at the gate. How Do I Get Around? Over the past few years, Fort Meade and partner units have worked with federal, state and local officials to establish partnerships and work together to develop transportation options for workers and residents at Fort Meade. Today Fort Meade commuters from Maryland and Virginia can take advantage of peak-hour MARC rail service, car and van pools, post and METRO shuttle bus services and subscription bus services. These services, combined with other programs such as Maryland's Guaranteed Ride Home program and the National Capital Region Mass Transportation Benefit Program are designed to help commuters better access mass transportation options and decrease traffic congestion by finding ways to help take cars off roadways. For more information about commuter options for getting to and from Fort Meade, visit the Transportation Demand Management webpage. Train Stations and Airports Amtrak:The closest station to Fort Meade is the BWI Airport Rail Station. For more information, visit www.amtrak.com. MARC Train (Mass Transit):Visitors can travel to and from Baltimore or Washington D.C. by using the MARC train, a local commuter system available Monday through Friday from 5 a.m. to midnight. The nearest MARC stations to Fort Meade are the BWI Rail Station or the Odenton Station. For more information, visit www.mtamaryland.com. Airport: Baltimore/Washingt
Fulton is an unincorporated community and census-designated place located at the southern tip of Howard County, Maryland, in the United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 2,049. The land was first surveyed by Thomas Browne, known as the "Patuxent Ranger", in 1700.[3] In the mid 1700s the Quaker grandson of one of Maryland's first iron ore producers, Richard Snowden purchased tracts of land up the Patuxent River valley. Fulton was then known as Queen Caroline Parish. In 1803 Rezin Hammond settled on a parcel of the land,[4] and by 1805 Fulton was known as Hammond Directions and Snowden Second Addition.[3] In 1855 German immigrants settled in the area. By 1871, St Paul's Lutheran was founded to serve the German farming community and was expanded in 1933. By 1878 Fulton opened school house #3, a one-room school house for white children a half mile west of town that operated until 1939.[4] The area was referred to as "Water's Store", for Richard Waters blacksmith operation and post office which opened on December 29, 1874.[5][6] The name was changed to "Fulton", after the popular Baltimore Sun editor Charles C. Fulton on 28 March 1882.[7] Albert W Bradey purchased the Fulton corner stores of his father and Smallwood operating it until his death in a house fire at the age of 90.[8][9] In 1839, Heinrich Iager purchased 108 acres (44 ha) of farmland expanding to 185 acres (75 ha)s forming Maple Lawn Farms. In 1938, the farm began its current free-range turkey operations under the "Sho-Nuf" brand name.[10] The farm was nationally recognized in 2004 for the registered Holsteins used in its dairy operations.[10][11] The Ellsworth Iager farm took advantage of cheap POW labor through 1945.[12] In the late 1990s, Fulton sat between the heavily developed areas of eastern Howard County, with water and sewer service, and the preserved western areas which used well water. Developer Greenebaum & Rose Associates proposed a dense 1168-unit mixed use project for a portion of the 506-acre (205 ha) farm. In January 1998, Councilman Darrell Drown felt that the zoning would take only a night or two, and accommodated the developer with expedited hearings.[13] The first phase of zoning faced multiple contentious votes and 32 record-length hearings between pro-development and rural supporters.[14][15][16] In 2013, the Howard County Department of Planning and Zoning sought to expand water and sewer service so that the remaining Maple Lawn property could be developed at maximum density. A 7,000-person referendum attempt was launched and suppressed by the landowners' attorney, William Erskine, who sits on the economic development agency as well as the same law firm as County Executive Ken Ulman's father.[17][18] Historic local places of worship include Grace Community Church, St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, and St. Paul's Lutheran Church, which was built in the 1870s by a group of mostly German families after originally meeting in each other's homes since the 1860s. Fulton is located in southern Howard County, bordered on the south by the Patuxent River and on the east by U.S. Route 29. The community of Scaggsville is to the east across US 29, and the Montgomery County community of Burtonsville is to the south across the Patuxent. Maryland Route 216 (Scaggsville Road) is the main east-west road through Fulton. Downtown Baltimore is 21 miles (34 km) to the northeast, and downtown Washington, D.C. is 19 miles (31 km) to the south. Columbia is 5 miles (8 km) to the north up US 29. As of the 2010 Census, there are 2,049 people living in Fulton, of whom 70.96% are non-Hispanic White, 14.84% Asian, 9.03% African American, 0.29% Native American, 0.54% other races, and 4.34% who consider themselves two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race made up 2.54% of Fulton's population.[19] Of the population, 27.48% is under the age 18, 61.44% are 18–64, and 11.08% are above the age of 65.[19] From 2008 to 2012 Fulton's median household income was $182,039 and median house value was $682,600. The community is served by area code 410, 443, or 667, and by ZIP code 20759, and is located between Baltimore and Washington, D.C., just minutes from Columbia, Maryland. Reservoir High School, Lime Kiln Middle School, Fulton Elementary School and Cedar Lane School are all located in Fulton. Located in Fulton are a post office, High's Store, and Ledo Pizza. Other retail establishments include Fulton Family Chiropractic, Fulton Station Jewelers, Fulton Animal Hospital, Fulton Wine & Spirits, Hilities Beauty, Nail Boutique at Fulton Station, Computer Country, Evergreen Stables, and the Studio at Fulton (a local pottery store). Adjacent to the northeast border of Fulton is one of the largest employers in Howard County, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Maple Lawn, a mixed residential and com
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Fulton is an unincorporated community and census-designated place located at the southern tip of Howard County, Maryland, in the United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 2,049. The land was first surveyed by Thomas Browne, known as the "Patuxent Ranger", in 1700.[3] In the mid 1700s the Quaker grandson of one of Maryland's first iron ore producers, Richard Snowden purchased tracts of land up the Patuxent River valley. Fulton was then known as Queen Caroline Parish. In 1803 Rezin Hammond settled on a parcel of the land,[4] and by 1805 Fulton was known as Hammond Directions and Snowden Second Addition.[3] In 1855 German immigrants settled in the area. By 1871, St Paul's Lutheran was founded to serve the German farming community and was expanded in 1933. By 1878 Fulton opened school house #3, a one-room school house for white children a half mile west of town that operated until 1939.[4] The area was referred to as "Water's Store", for Richard Waters blacksmith operation and post office which opened on December 29, 1874.[5][6] The name was changed to "Fulton", after the popular Baltimore Sun editor Charles C. Fulton on 28 March 1882.[7] Albert W Bradey purchased the Fulton corner stores of his father and Smallwood operating it until his death in a house fire at the age of 90.[8][9] In 1839, Heinrich Iager purchased 108 acres (44 ha) of farmland expanding to 185 acres (75 ha)s forming Maple Lawn Farms. In 1938, the farm began its current free-range turkey operations under the "Sho-Nuf" brand name.[10] The farm was nationally recognized in 2004 for the registered Holsteins used in its dairy operations.[10][11] The Ellsworth Iager farm took advantage of cheap POW labor through 1945.[12] In the late 1990s, Fulton sat between the heavily developed areas of eastern Howard County, with water and sewer service, and the preserved western areas which used well water. Developer Greenebaum & Rose Associates proposed a dense 1168-unit mixed use project for a portion of the 506-acre (205 ha) farm. In January 1998, Councilman Darrell Drown felt that the zoning would take only a night or two, and accommodated the developer with expedited hearings.[13] The first phase of zoning faced multiple contentious votes and 32 record-length hearings between pro-development and rural supporters.[14][15][16] In 2013, the Howard County Department of Planning and Zoning sought to expand water and sewer service so that the remaining Maple Lawn property could be developed at maximum density. A 7,000-person referendum attempt was launched and suppressed by the landowners' attorney, William Erskine, who sits on the economic development agency as well as the same law firm as County Executive Ken Ulman's father.[17][18] Historic local places of worship include Grace Community Church, St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, and St. Paul's Lutheran Church, which was built in the 1870s by a group of mostly German families after originally meeting in each other's homes since the 1860s. Fulton is located in southern Howard County, bordered on the south by the Patuxent River and on the east by U.S. Route 29. The community of Scaggsville is to the east across US 29, and the Montgomery County community of Burtonsville is to the south across the Patuxent. Maryland Route 216 (Scaggsville Road) is the main east-west road through Fulton. Downtown Baltimore is 21 miles (34 km) to the northeast, and downtown Washington, D.C. is 19 miles (31 km) to the south. Columbia is 5 miles (8 km) to the north up US 29. As of the 2010 Census, there are 2,049 people living in Fulton, of whom 70.96% are non-Hispanic White, 14.84% Asian, 9.03% African American, 0.29% Native American, 0.54% other races, and 4.34% who consider themselves two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race made up 2.54% of Fulton's population.[19] Of the population, 27.48% is under the age 18, 61.44% are 18–64, and 11.08% are above the age of 65.[19] From 2008 to 2012 Fulton's median household income was $182,039 and median house value was $682,600. The community is served by area code 410, 443, or 667, and by ZIP code 20759, and is located between Baltimore and Washington, D.C., just minutes from Columbia, Maryland. Reservoir High School, Lime Kiln Middle School, Fulton Elementary School and Cedar Lane School are all located in Fulton. Located in Fulton are a post office, High's Store, and Ledo Pizza. Other retail establishments include Fulton Family Chiropractic, Fulton Station Jewelers, Fulton Animal Hospital, Fulton Wine & Spirits, Hilities Beauty, Nail Boutique at Fulton Station, Computer Country, Evergreen Stables, and the Studio at Fulton (a local pottery store). Adjacent to the northeast border of Fulton is one of the largest employers in Howard County, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Maple Lawn, a mixed residential and com
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Georgia (dʒɔːrdʒə/ jor-juh) is a state located in the southeastern United States. It was established in 1732, the last of the original Thirteen Colonies.[4] Named after King George II of Great Britain,[5] Georgia was the fourth state to ratify the United States Constitution, on January 2, 1788.[6] It declared its secession from the Union on January 19, 1861, and was one of the original seven Confederate states.[6] It was the last state to be restored to the Union, on July 15, 1870.[6] Georgia is the 24th largest and the 8th most populous of the 50 United States. From 2007 to 2008, 14 of Georgia's counties ranked among the nation's 100 fastest-growing, second only to Texas.[7] Georgia is known as the Peach State and the Empire State of the South.[6] Atlanta is the state's capital and its most populous city. Georgia is bordered on the south by Florida, on the east by the Atlantic Ocean and South Carolina, on the west by Alabama, and on the north by Tennessee and North Carolina. The northern part of the state is in the Blue Ridge Mountains, part of the Appalachian Mountains system. The Piedmont extends through the central part of the state from the foothills of the Blue Ridge to the Fall Line, where the rivers cascade down in elevation to the coastal plain of the southern part of the state. The highest point in Georgia is Brasstown Bald at 4,784 feet (1,458 m) above sea level; the lowest point is the Atlantic Ocean. Georgia is the largest state east of the Mississippi River in land area, although it is the fourth largest (after Michigan, Florida, and Wisconsin) in total area, including expanses of water that are part of state territory. Before settlement by Europeans, Georgia was inhabited by the mound building cultures. The British colony of Georgia was founded by James Oglethorpe on February 12, 1733.[9] The colony was administered by the Trustees for the Establishment of the Colony of Georgia in America under a charter issued by (and named for) King George II. The Trustees implemented an elaborate plan for the colony's settlement, known as the Oglethorpe Plan, which envisioned an agrarian society of yeoman farmers and prohibited slavery. In 1742 the colony was invaded by the Spanish during the War of Jenkins' Ear. In 1752, after the government failed to renew subsidies that had helped support the colony, the Trustees turned over control to the crown. Georgia became a crown colony, with a governor appointed by the king. The Province of Georgia was one of the Thirteen Colonies that revolted against British rule in the American Revolution by signing the 1776 Declaration of Independence. The State of Georgia's first constitution was ratified in February 1777. Georgia was the 10th state to ratify the Articles of Confederation on July 24, 1778,[11] and was the 4th state to ratify the current Constitution on January 2, 1788. In 1829, gold was discovered in the North Georgia mountains, which led to the Georgia Gold Rush and an established federal mint in Dahlonega, which continued its operation until 1861. The subsequent influx of white settlers put pressure on the government to take land from the Cherokee Nation. In 1830, President Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act into law, sending many eastern Native American nations to reservations in present-day Oklahoma, including all of Georgia's tribes. Despite the Supreme Court's ruling in Worcester v. Georgia that states were not permitted to redraw the Indian boundaries, President Jackson and the state of Georgia ignored the ruling. In 1838, his successor, Martin Van Buren, dispatched federal troops to gather the Cherokee and deport them west of the Mississippi. This forced relocation, known as the Trail of Tears, led to the death of over 4,000 Cherokees. In early 1861, Georgia joined the Confederacy and became a major theater of the Civil War. Major battles took place at Chickamauga, Kennesaw Mountain, and Atlanta. In December 1864, a large swath of the state from Atlanta to Savannah was destroyed during General William Tecumseh Sherman's March to the Sea. 18,253 Georgian soldiers died in service, roughly 1 of every 5 who served.[12] In 1870, following reconstruction, Georgia became the last Confederate state restored to the Union. With white Democrats having regained power in the state legislature, they passed a poll tax in 1877, which disenfranchised many poor blacks and whites, preventing them from registering.[13] In 1908, the state established a white primary; with the only competitive contests within the Democratic Party, it was another way to exclude blacks from politics.[14] They constituted 46.7% of the state's population in 1900.[15] This disfranchisement persisted through the mid-1960s, until federal legislation with the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Beginning from the Atlantic Ocean, the state's eastern border with South Carolina runs up
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Georgia (dʒɔːrdʒə/ jor-juh) is a state located in the southeastern United States. It was established in 1732, the last of the original Thirteen Colonies.[4] Named after King George II of Great Britain,[5] Georgia was the fourth state to ratify the United States Constitution, on January 2, 1788.[6] It declared its secession from the Union on January 19, 1861, and was one of the original seven Confederate states.[6] It was the last state to be restored to the Union, on July 15, 1870.[6] Georgia is the 24th largest and the 8th most populous of the 50 United States. From 2007 to 2008, 14 of Georgia's counties ranked among the nation's 100 fastest-growing, second only to Texas.[7] Georgia is known as the Peach State and the Empire State of the South.[6] Atlanta is the state's capital and its most populous city. Georgia is bordered on the south by Florida, on the east by the Atlantic Ocean and South Carolina, on the west by Alabama, and on the north by Tennessee and North Carolina. The northern part of the state is in the Blue Ridge Mountains, part of the Appalachian Mountains system. The Piedmont extends through the central part of the state from the foothills of the Blue Ridge to the Fall Line, where the rivers cascade down in elevation to the coastal plain of the southern part of the state. The highest point in Georgia is Brasstown Bald at 4,784 feet (1,458 m) above sea level; the lowest point is the Atlantic Ocean. Georgia is the largest state east of the Mississippi River in land area, although it is the fourth largest (after Michigan, Florida, and Wisconsin) in total area, including expanses of water that are part of state territory. Before settlement by Europeans, Georgia was inhabited by the mound building cultures. The British colony of Georgia was founded by James Oglethorpe on February 12, 1733.[9] The colony was administered by the Trustees for the Establishment of the Colony of Georgia in America under a charter issued by (and named for) King George II. The Trustees implemented an elaborate plan for the colony's settlement, known as the Oglethorpe Plan, which envisioned an agrarian society of yeoman farmers and prohibited slavery. In 1742 the colony was invaded by the Spanish during the War of Jenkins' Ear. In 1752, after the government failed to renew subsidies that had helped support the colony, the Trustees turned over control to the crown. Georgia became a crown colony, with a governor appointed by the king. The Province of Georgia was one of the Thirteen Colonies that revolted against British rule in the American Revolution by signing the 1776 Declaration of Independence. The State of Georgia's first constitution was ratified in February 1777. Georgia was the 10th state to ratify the Articles of Confederation on July 24, 1778,[11] and was the 4th state to ratify the current Constitution on January 2, 1788. In 1829, gold was discovered in the North Georgia mountains, which led to the Georgia Gold Rush and an established federal mint in Dahlonega, which continued its operation until 1861. The subsequent influx of white settlers put pressure on the government to take land from the Cherokee Nation. In 1830, President Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act into law, sending many eastern Native American nations to reservations in present-day Oklahoma, including all of Georgia's tribes. Despite the Supreme Court's ruling in Worcester v. Georgia that states were not permitted to redraw the Indian boundaries, President Jackson and the state of Georgia ignored the ruling. In 1838, his successor, Martin Van Buren, dispatched federal troops to gather the Cherokee and deport them west of the Mississippi. This forced relocation, known as the Trail of Tears, led to the death of over 4,000 Cherokees. In early 1861, Georgia joined the Confederacy and became a major theater of the Civil War. Major battles took place at Chickamauga, Kennesaw Mountain, and Atlanta. In December 1864, a large swath of the state from Atlanta to Savannah was destroyed during General William Tecumseh Sherman's March to the Sea. 18,253 Georgian soldiers died in service, roughly 1 of every 5 who served.[12] In 1870, following reconstruction, Georgia became the last Confederate state restored to the Union. With white Democrats having regained power in the state legislature, they passed a poll tax in 1877, which disenfranchised many poor blacks and whites, preventing them from registering.[13] In 1908, the state established a white primary; with the only competitive contests within the Democratic Party, it was another way to exclude blacks from politics.[14] They constituted 46.7% of the state's population in 1900.[15] This disfranchisement persisted through the mid-1960s, until federal legislation with the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Beginning from the Atlantic Ocean, the state's eastern border with South Carolina runs up
Gdańsk (Polish pronunciation: [ɡdaɲsk] ; English /ɡəˈdænsk/, also US /ɡəˈdɑːnsk/; German: Danzig [ˈdantsɪç] , also known by other alternative names) is a Polish city on the Baltic coast, the capital of the Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland's principal seaport and the centre of the country's fourth-largest metropolitan area.[1] The city lies on the southern edge of Gdańsk Bay (of the Baltic Sea), in a conurbation with the city of Gdynia, spa town of Sopot, and suburban communities, which together form a metropolitan area called the Tricity (Trójmiasto), with a population near 1,400,000. Gdańsk itself has a population of 460,427 (December 2012), making it the largest city in the Pomerania region of Northern Poland. Gdańsk is the historical capital of Gdańsk Pomerania and the largest city of Kashubia. The city was close to the former late medieval boundary between West Slavic and Germanic seized lands and it has a complex political history with periods of Polish rule, periods of German rule, and extensive self-rule, with two spells as a free city. Between the World Wars, the Free City of Danzig was in a customs union with Poland and was located between German East Prussia and the "Polish corridor" to the sea where the harbour of Gdynia grew up. Gdańsk has been part of modern Poland since 1945. Gdańsk is situated at the mouth of the Motława River, connected to the Leniwka, a branch in the delta of the nearby Vistula River, whose waterway system supplies 60% of the area of Poland and connects Gdańsk to the national capital in Warsaw. This gives the city a unique advantage as the focus of Poland's sea trade. Together with the nearby port of Gdynia, Gdańsk is also an important industrial centre. Historically an important seaport and shipbuilding centre, Gdańsk was a member of the Hanseatic League. The city was the birthplace of the Solidarity movement which, under the leadership of Lech Wałęsa, played a major role in bringing an end to Communist rule across Central Europe. The city's name is thought to originate from the Gdania River,[2] the original name of the Motława branch on which the city is situated. Like many other Central European cities, Gdańsk has had many different names throughout its history. The name of a settlement was recorded after St. Adalbert's death in AD 997 as urbs Gyddanyzc[3] and later was written as Kdanzk in 1148, Gdanzc in 1188, Danceke[4] in 1228, Gdansk in 1236,[5] Danzc in 1263, Danczk in 1311,[6] Danczik in 1399,[3][7] Danczig in 1414, and Gdąnsk in 1656. In Polish the modern name of the city is pronounced [ɡdaɲsk] ( listen). In English (where the diacritic over the "n" is frequently omitted) the usual pronunciation is /ɡəˈdænsk/ or /ɡəˈdɑːnsk/. The German name, "Danzig", is pronounced as [ˈdantsɪç] ( listen). The city's Latin name may be given as either Gedania, Gedanum or Dantiscum; the variety of Latin names reflects the mixed influence of the city's Polish, German and Kashubian heritage. Other former spellings of the name include Dantzig, Dantsic and Dantzic. On special occasions the city is also referred to as "The Royal Polish City of Gdańsk" (Polish Królewskie Polskie Miasto Gdańsk, Latin Regia Civitas Polonica Gedanensis, Kashubian Królewsczi Polsczi Gard Gduńsk).[8][9][10] In the Kashubian language the city is called Gduńsk. Kashubians also use the name "Our Capital City Gduńsk" (Nasz Stoleczny Gard Gduńsk) or "The Kashubian Capital City Gduńsk" (Stoleczny Kaszëbsczi Gard Gduńsk). The origins of the city are subject to ongoing research. The first written record thought to refer to Gdańsk is the vita of Saint Adalbert. Written in 999, it describes how in 997 Saint Adalbert of Prague baptised the inhabitants of urbs Gyddannyzc, "which separated the great realm of the duke [i.e. Boleslaw the Brave of Poland] from the sea."[11] No further written sources exist for the 10th and 11th centuries.[11] Based on the date in Adalbert's vita, the city celebrated its millennial anniversary in 1997.[12] Archaeological evidence for the origins of the town was largely retrieved between 1948 and 1978, after World War II had laid 90% of the city centre in ruins and extensive surveys and excavations were carried out.[13] The oldest seventeen settlement levels were dated to between 980 and 1308.[12] It is generally thought that Mieszko I of Poland erected a stronghold in the 980s, thereby connecting the Polish state ruled by the Piast dynasty with the trade routes of the Baltic Sea.[14] The dates assigned to the oldest finds have been questioned, resulting in a verification survey in 2003, re-evaluating old finds and also examining new sites on the basis of dendrochronology.[12] None of the remains of the medieval stronghold date to before the 1050s/1060s.[15] Loew (2011) asked if there maybe was an earlier, not yet located stronghold, and said that the identified stronghold site,
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Gdańsk (Polish pronunciation: [ɡdaɲsk] ; English /ɡəˈdænsk/, also US /ɡəˈdɑːnsk/; German: Danzig [ˈdantsɪç] , also known by other alternative names) is a Polish city on the Baltic coast, the capital of the Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland's principal seaport and the centre of the country's fourth-largest metropolitan area.[1] The city lies on the southern edge of Gdańsk Bay (of the Baltic Sea), in a conurbation with the city of Gdynia, spa town of Sopot, and suburban communities, which together form a metropolitan area called the Tricity (Trójmiasto), with a population near 1,400,000. Gdańsk itself has a population of 460,427 (December 2012), making it the largest city in the Pomerania region of Northern Poland. Gdańsk is the historical capital of Gdańsk Pomerania and the largest city of Kashubia. The city was close to the former late medieval boundary between West Slavic and Germanic seized lands and it has a complex political history with periods of Polish rule, periods of German rule, and extensive self-rule, with two spells as a free city. Between the World Wars, the Free City of Danzig was in a customs union with Poland and was located between German East Prussia and the "Polish corridor" to the sea where the harbour of Gdynia grew up. Gdańsk has been part of modern Poland since 1945. Gdańsk is situated at the mouth of the Motława River, connected to the Leniwka, a branch in the delta of the nearby Vistula River, whose waterway system supplies 60% of the area of Poland and connects Gdańsk to the national capital in Warsaw. This gives the city a unique advantage as the focus of Poland's sea trade. Together with the nearby port of Gdynia, Gdańsk is also an important industrial centre. Historically an important seaport and shipbuilding centre, Gdańsk was a member of the Hanseatic League. The city was the birthplace of the Solidarity movement which, under the leadership of Lech Wałęsa, played a major role in bringing an end to Communist rule across Central Europe. The city's name is thought to originate from the Gdania River,[2] the original name of the Motława branch on which the city is situated. Like many other Central European cities, Gdańsk has had many different names throughout its history. The name of a settlement was recorded after St. Adalbert's death in AD 997 as urbs Gyddanyzc[3] and later was written as Kdanzk in 1148, Gdanzc in 1188, Danceke[4] in 1228, Gdansk in 1236,[5] Danzc in 1263, Danczk in 1311,[6] Danczik in 1399,[3][7] Danczig in 1414, and Gdąnsk in 1656. In Polish the modern name of the city is pronounced [ɡdaɲsk] ( listen). In English (where the diacritic over the "n" is frequently omitted) the usual pronunciation is /ɡəˈdænsk/ or /ɡəˈdɑːnsk/. The German name, "Danzig", is pronounced as [ˈdantsɪç] ( listen). The city's Latin name may be given as either Gedania, Gedanum or Dantiscum; the variety of Latin names reflects the mixed influence of the city's Polish, German and Kashubian heritage. Other former spellings of the name include Dantzig, Dantsic and Dantzic. On special occasions the city is also referred to as "The Royal Polish City of Gdańsk" (Polish Królewskie Polskie Miasto Gdańsk, Latin Regia Civitas Polonica Gedanensis, Kashubian Królewsczi Polsczi Gard Gduńsk).[8][9][10] In the Kashubian language the city is called Gduńsk. Kashubians also use the name "Our Capital City Gduńsk" (Nasz Stoleczny Gard Gduńsk) or "The Kashubian Capital City Gduńsk" (Stoleczny Kaszëbsczi Gard Gduńsk). The origins of the city are subject to ongoing research. The first written record thought to refer to Gdańsk is the vita of Saint Adalbert. Written in 999, it describes how in 997 Saint Adalbert of Prague baptised the inhabitants of urbs Gyddannyzc, "which separated the great realm of the duke [i.e. Boleslaw the Brave of Poland] from the sea."[11] No further written sources exist for the 10th and 11th centuries.[11] Based on the date in Adalbert's vita, the city celebrated its millennial anniversary in 1997.[12] Archaeological evidence for the origins of the town was largely retrieved between 1948 and 1978, after World War II had laid 90% of the city centre in ruins and extensive surveys and excavations were carried out.[13] The oldest seventeen settlement levels were dated to between 980 and 1308.[12] It is generally thought that Mieszko I of Poland erected a stronghold in the 980s, thereby connecting the Polish state ruled by the Piast dynasty with the trade routes of the Baltic Sea.[14] The dates assigned to the oldest finds have been questioned, resulting in a verification survey in 2003, re-evaluating old finds and also examining new sites on the basis of dendrochronology.[12] None of the remains of the medieval stronghold date to before the 1050s/1060s.[15] Loew (2011) asked if there maybe was an earlier, not yet located stronghold, and said that the identified stronghold site,
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Águas Livres Sede: Estrada Militar, 82 Delegações: Largo Alexandre de Gusmão, Damaia Avenida D. José I, 55 A/57 A, Reboleira Sul Largo Borges Carneiro, 3 G, Buraca 214 702 600 geral@jf-aguaslivres.pt Alfragide Sede: Rua Miguel Torga, 2 Delegação: Rua das Gaias, 13, Zambujal 214 714 924 geral@freg-alfragide.pt Encosta do Sol Sede: Rua Luis Vaz de Camões Delegações: Rua Capitães de Abril, 23, Alfornelos Praça Gil Eanes, Urbanização Casal da Mira 214 768 400 geral@jf-encostadosol.pt Falagueira - Venda Nova Sede: Estrada da Falagueira, 10 C, Falagueira Delegações: Praceta Teresa Gomes, 3 C, Venda Nova 214 985 390 (sede) 214 766 432 (delegação) geral@jf-falagueiravendanova.pt Mina de Água Sede: Praceta Moinho da Boba, 10 C Delegações: Rua José Augusto Costa, A-da-Beja Avenida Movimento das Forças Armadas, Mina Estrada das Águas Livres, 168 A/B, Carenque 214 986 980 geral@jf-minadeagua.pt Venteira Sede: Rua 1.º de Maio, 39 A, Venteira Delegação: Av. Pangim, n.º 11 C, Reboleira 214 985 580 geral@jfventeira.pt
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elefone toca em Santarém, na casa de Natalina Pintão. Uma, duas, três e mais vezes. "Está lá? Quem fala?" Jovial, apesar dos 70 anos, a voz feminina espanta-se com o interesse pela sua figura, tantos anos volvidos. A professora de Francês e Português, da qual os jornais do Ribatejo parecem já não guardar sequer fotografias, é quase uma desconhecida, mas ocupou cargos relevantes nos anos oitenta. Primeiro, foi vereadora do PSD no município e acabou deputada no Parlamento, à boleia da primeira maioria absoluta de Cavaco. Diz-se que Miguel Relvas, então secretário-geral da JSD e já influente no partido, deu um jeitinho, tentando agradar ao reduto familiar da rapariga com quem namorava. "Não creio, mas nunca falámos sobre isso. Eu ia em 11º, um lugar não elegível. Alguns candidatos à minha frente foram para o Governo e só assim cheguei lá." Hoje, Natalina Pintão não é apenas uma ex-militante do PSD desencantada com a política. É a sogra de Miguel Relvas. "Fui", corrige seca, mas educadamente, não querendo ignorar o recente desenlace matrimonial entre o ministro e a sua filha. "Estou zangada e magoada, mas gosto muito dele." Conheceu-o pelos 18 anos, começara Miguel a namorar Paula, ambos enfarinhados na Jota laranja. "Era um rapaz dinâmico, trabalhador, estimulante, talvez demasiado mexido", admite. Desde cedo, Natalina ficara "parva com a bagagem cultural que ele tinha, dava para vários cursos", reconhece. Já casado, Relvas forrou a casa com livros, "sobretudo ensaio e política. A biblioteca dele era uma coisa! A minha filha já não sabia onde pôr mais volumes". Por vezes, encontravam-se ao fim de semana, na residência do casal, em Lisboa. Lá o apanhou "a fazer trabalhos e a estudar" para as cadeiras da Universidade Lusófona. "Isso vi eu! Não foi o melhor dos genros, mas a licenciatura, só pelo percurso político, já estaria bem entregue." Admira-lhe, de resto, a resistência e o coração capazes de aguentar "jogos e pressões" num País "habituado a dar demasiada importância a doutores e engenheiros". Ter-se-á ele deslumbrado, pelo menos? "Isso. É essa a palavra. Deslumbrou-se. Na política, é preciso haver regras e ele esqueceu-se um bocado das regras." O Miguel de outrora "parecia que ia mudar o mundo", mas transfigurou-se com a passagem dos anos e a sucessão de cargos. "Algo se alterou nele. Mas quem não gosta de se pavonear e ser elogiado?" QUANDO EU ERA PEQUENINO... Quem conheceu o pai de Miguel Relvas admite que "um valente e sonoro par de tabefes" aplicado pelas suas "poderosas manápulas no rosto insolente do seu pouco responsável filhote" talvez tivesse resolvido o problema a tempo. "Tenho a certeza de que profundamente o desgostariam os sucessivos e infelizes protagonismos do filho primogénito", escreveu, há dias, no blogue A Voz Portalegrense, o antigo professor Martinó Coutinho, conterrâneo de João Miranda Relvas em Portalegre. "É uma metáfora, naturalmente, mas ele resolvia várias coisas à chapada. Era um bocadinho autoritário, mas tinha muita estima por ele", refere à VISÃO. Alto, corpulento, de voz grossa, o pai do ministro adjunto, falecido há meses, foi dirigente da Mocidade Portuguesa na região, coordenou a página da juventude no jornal A Voz de Portalegre e geriu o Alentejano, emblemático café da cidade, que renovou ao ponto de ali introduzir a então revolucionária máquina de café "cimbalino", assim mesmo, à moda do Porto. A sacudidela nos costumes não ficou por aí. João Relvas "renovou a frasqueira e o serviço de pastelaria", ofereceu "música de dança" às quartas-feiras, recuperou o restaurante no qual José Régio e David Mourão-Ferreira conviveram, criou um serviço postal e montou uma tabacaria, onde uma "empregada simpática" vendia jornais, revistas e livros. Referenciado pela sua "inteligência, firmeza e liderança", João Relvas embeiçou-se por Branca Cassola e com ela casou, unindo duas famílias pertencentes "ao íntimo património" da cidade. Rumaram, depois, para África, onde viveriam grande parte da vida. Ela tornou-se enfermeira, ele foi um quadro superior da Diamang, a Companhia de Diamantes de Angola. Miguel Relvas quase ia nascendo lá, mas acabou por vir ao mundo a 5 de setembro de 1961, em Lisboa, para que a mãe pudesse beneficiar da inovação do parto sem dor. A epidural, à época ainda não totalmente fiável, deixou mazelas: o bebé Relvas revelou à nascença problemas na visão, que tentou corrigir mais tarde: "As inovações são boas, depois de testadas", referiu, numa entrevista, para justificar o trauma. O rapaz é o mais velho de três irmãos. Até aos 13 anos, viveu em Angola com os pais, mas o 25 de abril de 1974 leva-o ao Colégio Nuno Álvares, em Tomar, onde o pai tinha amizades e garantias de sossego nos intervalos das vindas a Portugal para visitar os catraios. O estabelecimento, um dos mais prestigiados do País, "albergava malta do Minho a Timor", segundo antigos alunos. Vasco Pulido Valente estudou lá. Alguns dos principais dirigentes das ex-colónias também. É o caso de Carlos F
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elefone toca em Santarém, na casa de Natalina Pintão. Uma, duas, três e mais vezes. "Está lá? Quem fala?" Jovial, apesar dos 70 anos, a voz feminina espanta-se com o interesse pela sua figura, tantos anos volvidos. A professora de Francês e Português, da qual os jornais do Ribatejo parecem já não guardar sequer fotografias, é quase uma desconhecida, mas ocupou cargos relevantes nos anos oitenta. Primeiro, foi vereadora do PSD no município e acabou deputada no Parlamento, à boleia da primeira maioria absoluta de Cavaco. Diz-se que Miguel Relvas, então secretário-geral da JSD e já influente no partido, deu um jeitinho, tentando agradar ao reduto familiar da rapariga com quem namorava. "Não creio, mas nunca falámos sobre isso. Eu ia em 11º, um lugar não elegível. Alguns candidatos à minha frente foram para o Governo e só assim cheguei lá." Hoje, Natalina Pintão não é apenas uma ex-militante do PSD desencantada com a política. É a sogra de Miguel Relvas. "Fui", corrige seca, mas educadamente, não querendo ignorar o recente desenlace matrimonial entre o ministro e a sua filha. "Estou zangada e magoada, mas gosto muito dele." Conheceu-o pelos 18 anos, começara Miguel a namorar Paula, ambos enfarinhados na Jota laranja. "Era um rapaz dinâmico, trabalhador, estimulante, talvez demasiado mexido", admite. Desde cedo, Natalina ficara "parva com a bagagem cultural que ele tinha, dava para vários cursos", reconhece. Já casado, Relvas forrou a casa com livros, "sobretudo ensaio e política. A biblioteca dele era uma coisa! A minha filha já não sabia onde pôr mais volumes". Por vezes, encontravam-se ao fim de semana, na residência do casal, em Lisboa. Lá o apanhou "a fazer trabalhos e a estudar" para as cadeiras da Universidade Lusófona. "Isso vi eu! Não foi o melhor dos genros, mas a licenciatura, só pelo percurso político, já estaria bem entregue." Admira-lhe, de resto, a resistência e o coração capazes de aguentar "jogos e pressões" num País "habituado a dar demasiada importância a doutores e engenheiros". Ter-se-á ele deslumbrado, pelo menos? "Isso. É essa a palavra. Deslumbrou-se. Na política, é preciso haver regras e ele esqueceu-se um bocado das regras." O Miguel de outrora "parecia que ia mudar o mundo", mas transfigurou-se com a passagem dos anos e a sucessão de cargos. "Algo se alterou nele. Mas quem não gosta de se pavonear e ser elogiado?" QUANDO EU ERA PEQUENINO... Quem conheceu o pai de Miguel Relvas admite que "um valente e sonoro par de tabefes" aplicado pelas suas "poderosas manápulas no rosto insolente do seu pouco responsável filhote" talvez tivesse resolvido o problema a tempo. "Tenho a certeza de que profundamente o desgostariam os sucessivos e infelizes protagonismos do filho primogénito", escreveu, há dias, no blogue A Voz Portalegrense, o antigo professor Martinó Coutinho, conterrâneo de João Miranda Relvas em Portalegre. "É uma metáfora, naturalmente, mas ele resolvia várias coisas à chapada. Era um bocadinho autoritário, mas tinha muita estima por ele", refere à VISÃO. Alto, corpulento, de voz grossa, o pai do ministro adjunto, falecido há meses, foi dirigente da Mocidade Portuguesa na região, coordenou a página da juventude no jornal A Voz de Portalegre e geriu o Alentejano, emblemático café da cidade, que renovou ao ponto de ali introduzir a então revolucionária máquina de café "cimbalino", assim mesmo, à moda do Porto. A sacudidela nos costumes não ficou por aí. João Relvas "renovou a frasqueira e o serviço de pastelaria", ofereceu "música de dança" às quartas-feiras, recuperou o restaurante no qual José Régio e David Mourão-Ferreira conviveram, criou um serviço postal e montou uma tabacaria, onde uma "empregada simpática" vendia jornais, revistas e livros. Referenciado pela sua "inteligência, firmeza e liderança", João Relvas embeiçou-se por Branca Cassola e com ela casou, unindo duas famílias pertencentes "ao íntimo património" da cidade. Rumaram, depois, para África, onde viveriam grande parte da vida. Ela tornou-se enfermeira, ele foi um quadro superior da Diamang, a Companhia de Diamantes de Angola. Miguel Relvas quase ia nascendo lá, mas acabou por vir ao mundo a 5 de setembro de 1961, em Lisboa, para que a mãe pudesse beneficiar da inovação do parto sem dor. A epidural, à época ainda não totalmente fiável, deixou mazelas: o bebé Relvas revelou à nascença problemas na visão, que tentou corrigir mais tarde: "As inovações são boas, depois de testadas", referiu, numa entrevista, para justificar o trauma. O rapaz é o mais velho de três irmãos. Até aos 13 anos, viveu em Angola com os pais, mas o 25 de abril de 1974 leva-o ao Colégio Nuno Álvares, em Tomar, onde o pai tinha amizades e garantias de sossego nos intervalos das vindas a Portugal para visitar os catraios. O estabelecimento, um dos mais prestigiados do País, "albergava malta do Minho a Timor", segundo antigos alunos. Vasco Pulido Valente estudou lá. Alguns dos principais dirigentes das ex-colónias também. É o caso de Carlos F
The National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) is a South African-based agency established primarily to tackle challenges that the nation’s youth are faced with. The NYDA was established by an Act of parliament, Act no 54 of 2008. The institution was established to be a single, unitary structure, established to address youth development issues at National, Provincial and Local government level. The existence of the NYDA should be located within the broad context of South Africa’s development dynamics. Similar to many developing countries, South Africa has a large population of youth, those between the ages 14-35 represent 42% of the total population. Given the youthful nature of the South African population much of the socio-economic challenges faced by the nation, i.e. poverty, inequality and joblessness, poor health, etc, are borne by the youth. The gravity of challenges South Africa is faced with, require multi-pronged efforts, that simultaneously promote the development of sustainable livelihoods, reduce poverty, inequality and prioritise the development of policies which create an enabling environment for youth development. The NYDA plays a leading role in ensuring that all major stakeholder’s, i.e government, the private sector and civil society, prioritise youth development and contribute towards identifying and implementing lasting solutions which address youth development challenges. Furthermore, the NYDA designs and implements programmes aimed at improving the lives and opportunities available to youth. These programmes could be clustered as follows: At an individual level (Micro level), the NYDA provides direct services to youth in the form of information-provision, career guidance services, mentorship, skills development and training, entrepreneurial development and support, health awareness programmes and involvement in sport. At a Community level (Meso Level), the NYDA encourages young people to be catalysts for change in their communities through involvement in community development activities, social cohesion activities, national youth service programmes and dialogues. At a Provincial and National level (Macro Level), through its policy development, partnerships and research programmes, the NYDA facilitates the participation of youth in developing key policy inputs which shape the socio-economic landscape of South Africa. The National Youth Development Agency derives its mandate from legislative frameworks such as the NYDA Act (54 of 2008), the National Youth Policy (2009-2014) and the draft Integrated Youth Development Strategy as adopted by the Youth Convention of 2006. The NYDA activities could be summarised as follows: a) Lobby and advocate for integration and mainstreaming of youth development in all spheres of government, private sector and civil society b) Initiate, implement, facilitate and co-ordinate youth development programmes c) Monitor and evaluate youth development interventions across the board and Mobilise youth for active participation in civil society engagements VISION To be a Credible and Capable Development Agency for South Africa's Youth MISSION To Mainstream youth issues into society and To facilitate youth development with all sectors of society VALUES Excellence Respect Integrity and Honesty Care Punctuality and timeliness NYDA’s New Focus The National Youth Development Agency has shifted its core business primarily away from Enterprise Finance towards Education and Skills Development. The fundamental change in this area of development is the change from loan provision to grant provision for young entrepreneurs. The NYDA no longer offers loan finance to young entrepreneurs, but instead grant finance in the form of micro-finance grants for survivalist youth entrepreneurship and co-operative grants for greater participation of youth in the co-operatives sector. The objective of the Grant Programme is to provide young entrepreneurs an opportunity to access both the financial and non-financial business development support to establish their survivalist businesses. The programme focusses on youth entrepreneurs who are just coming into existence and beginning to display signs of future potential but are not yet fully developed. The grant finance starts from R1 000 to a maximum of R100 000 for any individual or youth co-operative. For more information on this click here. The new plan of the NYDA therefore focusses on tailor-made interventions for job preparedness and placement, a focus on scholarship provision for those who excel in schools, the scaling up of the YouthBuild Programme for out-of-school youth, the increase of second chance opportunities for matriculants and the intensification of our highly successful career guidance programme. The NYDA continues with efforts directed at economic participation offering a range of products, programmes and services to young entrepreneurs in need, albeit as a secondary focus. NYDA Key Performance Areas The NYDA
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The National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) is a South African-based agency established primarily to tackle challenges that the nation’s youth are faced with. The NYDA was established by an Act of parliament, Act no 54 of 2008. The institution was established to be a single, unitary structure, established to address youth development issues at National, Provincial and Local government level. The existence of the NYDA should be located within the broad context of South Africa’s development dynamics. Similar to many developing countries, South Africa has a large population of youth, those between the ages 14-35 represent 42% of the total population. Given the youthful nature of the South African population much of the socio-economic challenges faced by the nation, i.e. poverty, inequality and joblessness, poor health, etc, are borne by the youth. The gravity of challenges South Africa is faced with, require multi-pronged efforts, that simultaneously promote the development of sustainable livelihoods, reduce poverty, inequality and prioritise the development of policies which create an enabling environment for youth development. The NYDA plays a leading role in ensuring that all major stakeholder’s, i.e government, the private sector and civil society, prioritise youth development and contribute towards identifying and implementing lasting solutions which address youth development challenges. Furthermore, the NYDA designs and implements programmes aimed at improving the lives and opportunities available to youth. These programmes could be clustered as follows: At an individual level (Micro level), the NYDA provides direct services to youth in the form of information-provision, career guidance services, mentorship, skills development and training, entrepreneurial development and support, health awareness programmes and involvement in sport. At a Community level (Meso Level), the NYDA encourages young people to be catalysts for change in their communities through involvement in community development activities, social cohesion activities, national youth service programmes and dialogues. At a Provincial and National level (Macro Level), through its policy development, partnerships and research programmes, the NYDA facilitates the participation of youth in developing key policy inputs which shape the socio-economic landscape of South Africa. The National Youth Development Agency derives its mandate from legislative frameworks such as the NYDA Act (54 of 2008), the National Youth Policy (2009-2014) and the draft Integrated Youth Development Strategy as adopted by the Youth Convention of 2006. The NYDA activities could be summarised as follows: a) Lobby and advocate for integration and mainstreaming of youth development in all spheres of government, private sector and civil society b) Initiate, implement, facilitate and co-ordinate youth development programmes c) Monitor and evaluate youth development interventions across the board and Mobilise youth for active participation in civil society engagements VISION To be a Credible and Capable Development Agency for South Africa's Youth MISSION To Mainstream youth issues into society and To facilitate youth development with all sectors of society VALUES Excellence Respect Integrity and Honesty Care Punctuality and timeliness NYDA’s New Focus The National Youth Development Agency has shifted its core business primarily away from Enterprise Finance towards Education and Skills Development. The fundamental change in this area of development is the change from loan provision to grant provision for young entrepreneurs. The NYDA no longer offers loan finance to young entrepreneurs, but instead grant finance in the form of micro-finance grants for survivalist youth entrepreneurship and co-operative grants for greater participation of youth in the co-operatives sector. The objective of the Grant Programme is to provide young entrepreneurs an opportunity to access both the financial and non-financial business development support to establish their survivalist businesses. The programme focusses on youth entrepreneurs who are just coming into existence and beginning to display signs of future potential but are not yet fully developed. The grant finance starts from R1 000 to a maximum of R100 000 for any individual or youth co-operative. For more information on this click here. The new plan of the NYDA therefore focusses on tailor-made interventions for job preparedness and placement, a focus on scholarship provision for those who excel in schools, the scaling up of the YouthBuild Programme for out-of-school youth, the increase of second chance opportunities for matriculants and the intensification of our highly successful career guidance programme. The NYDA continues with efforts directed at economic participation offering a range of products, programmes and services to young entrepreneurs in need, albeit as a secondary focus. NYDA Key Performance Areas The NYDA
Property Values > Gauteng > Benoni > Daveyton A B C D E F G H I J K L M N P Q R S T U-W X-Y Z A Alliance Road Angola Street B Barwa Street Belemu Street Ben Myataza Street Bhaca Street Bhekuzulu Street Bhele Street Bhengu Street Biyela Street Bokis Street Bokisi Street Bomba Street Bomvana Street Bookholane Street Britz Street C Cele Street Chembeni Street Childane Street Cisana Street Conondo Street Cubango Street Cubeni Street Cunu Street D Dabula Street Denge Street Didi Street Diko Crescent Dladla Street Dm Mthimunye Street Dotwana Street Dumeri Street Dumisa Street Dungeni Street Dushana Street Duvala Street Dzingwa Crescent E Edom Crescent Edom Street Eiselen Street Ephraim Mapalla Crescent Equator Street F Fabilet Mahangela Street Fakude Street Fingo Street Fokeng Street Frans Amigo Crescent G Gageni Street Gambu Street Gasela Street Gazini Street Gceleka Street Gelebe Street Gija Street Gule Street Gumbi Street Gumede Street H Habane Street Hasane Street Heald Street Helene Street Hkwaketse Street Hlakwana Street Hlaniki Street Hlokosi Street Hlomela Street Hlubi Street Huruthse Street I Inama Street J Jali Street James Douglas Crescent James Douglas Street Japuta Street Jobe Street John Malaza Crescent Joubert Street Judas Ndlovu Street Jumba Street K Kangale Street Kekana Street Kgaka Street Kgobo Crescent Kgwale Street Khaba Street Khakhu Street Khanyile Street Kheswa Street Kholokoe Street Kholwa Street Khumalo Street Khuze Street Khwaduba Street Kolobe Street Koni Street Kubug Street Kunene Street Kutama Street Kutswe Street Kwalo Street Kwena Street Kxatla Street L Laka Street Langa Street Langeni Street Lekeno Street Lemba Street Letlala Street Letwaba Street Ligebe Street Lobedu Street Lubedlane Street Lugedlane Street Lungu Street Lushaba Street Luthul Street M Mabaso Street Madela Street Madihlaba Street Madingoane Street Maduna Street Mafunze Street Magigwana Street Magwaza Street Mahlangu Street Mahlase Street Mahlobo Street Mahlolo Street Maisela Street Makgati Street Makhabana Street Makoka Street Mala Street Malelete Street Malubane Street Mampane Street Mangawto Street Mangethe Street Manzini Street Maqhina Street Mariyate Street Markend Street Marumo Crescent Marumo Street Masango Street Mashele Crescent Mashena Street Mashiane Street Mashlane Street Masondo Crescent Matlala Street Matsobane Street Matthewson Street Maupa Street Mavhuleni Street Mavunda Street Mayekiso Crescent Mayekso Crescent Mayhuleni Street Mazibuko Street Mbilase Crescent Mbonani Street Mdluli Street Mekoa Street Memela Street Memezi Street Mhlupheki Street Minanve Street Mkhatshwa Crescent Mkhatshwa Street Mkhonto Crescent Mkwanazi Street Mnyanda Street Mocke Street Modipa Street Mogane Street Mohlala Street Mokou Street Mokwapane Street Moletlane Street Moloko Street Mosoma Street Motanyane Street Motsha Street Mphefu Street Mphosi Street Mpinga Street Mpisana Street Mpondo Street Mpondomise Street Msibi Street Mthethwa Street Mthimunye Street Mtshali Street N Namibia Street Nareng Street Nbatani Street Ndala Street Ndengeza Street Ndlovu Street Ndwandwe Street Ndzundza Street Nene Crescent Nene Street Ngomane Street Ngungunyana Street Nkabinde Street Nkadimeng Street Nkani Street Nkuri Street Noge Street Ntambo Street Ntshangase Street Ntsoana Crescent Ntungwa Street Ntuzi Street Nxumalo Street P Pai Street Pedi Street Phambane Street Phaswane Street Phokane Crescent Phosa Street Phuthi Street Pitje Street Pono Street Pulana Street Q Qhudeni Street Quayi Street R Rambuca Street Ramza Street Rapulane Street Rasengane Street Ratale Street Rathlagane Crescent Ratlhagane Crescent Red Sea Avenue Roka Street Rolong Street S Same Street Seiso Street Sekhukhuni Street Seleka Street Selema Street Semi Street Shiba Street Shongwe Street Sia Street Sibya Street Sidney Mkwalo Street Sigalo Street Sihoko Street Sikondu Street Simange Street Simelane Street Sinaba Street Sindane Street Skhemane Street Skosana Street Skosane Street Sojane Crescent Sokhulu Street Sotho Street Swazi Street T Tahle Street Talane Crescent Tanzani Street Tau Street Taung Street Tebele Street Thabang Street Thembu Street Thlako Street Thlaping Street Thobejane Crescent Tlase Street Tlokwa Street Tolo Street Tom Boya Street Tonga Street Tshabalala Street Tshezi Street Tswako Street Tswana Street Turton Street Twaedi Street U-W Umgeni Street Venda Street Vezi Street Wabana Street Wiehman Crescent Wushe Street X-Y Xesibi Street Xhosa Street Yende Street Z Zambia Street Zibisini Street Zinzi Crescent Zondi Street Zulu Street Buy a Property Report and receive the following: Property valuation * Municipal valuation * Registered property details Owner information Transfer history Aerial & map views * Comparable sales * Suburb trends * * Information dependent on availability View a sample report Disclaimer The information obtained through Property Values is publically available from the South African Registrar of Deeds. Property Values should no
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Property Values > Gauteng > Benoni > Daveyton A B C D E F G H I J K L M N P Q R S T U-W X-Y Z A Alliance Road Angola Street B Barwa Street Belemu Street Ben Myataza Street Bhaca Street Bhekuzulu Street Bhele Street Bhengu Street Biyela Street Bokis Street Bokisi Street Bomba Street Bomvana Street Bookholane Street Britz Street C Cele Street Chembeni Street Childane Street Cisana Street Conondo Street Cubango Street Cubeni Street Cunu Street D Dabula Street Denge Street Didi Street Diko Crescent Dladla Street Dm Mthimunye Street Dotwana Street Dumeri Street Dumisa Street Dungeni Street Dushana Street Duvala Street Dzingwa Crescent E Edom Crescent Edom Street Eiselen Street Ephraim Mapalla Crescent Equator Street F Fabilet Mahangela Street Fakude Street Fingo Street Fokeng Street Frans Amigo Crescent G Gageni Street Gambu Street Gasela Street Gazini Street Gceleka Street Gelebe Street Gija Street Gule Street Gumbi Street Gumede Street H Habane Street Hasane Street Heald Street Helene Street Hkwaketse Street Hlakwana Street Hlaniki Street Hlokosi Street Hlomela Street Hlubi Street Huruthse Street I Inama Street J Jali Street James Douglas Crescent James Douglas Street Japuta Street Jobe Street John Malaza Crescent Joubert Street Judas Ndlovu Street Jumba Street K Kangale Street Kekana Street Kgaka Street Kgobo Crescent Kgwale Street Khaba Street Khakhu Street Khanyile Street Kheswa Street Kholokoe Street Kholwa Street Khumalo Street Khuze Street Khwaduba Street Kolobe Street Koni Street Kubug Street Kunene Street Kutama Street Kutswe Street Kwalo Street Kwena Street Kxatla Street L Laka Street Langa Street Langeni Street Lekeno Street Lemba Street Letlala Street Letwaba Street Ligebe Street Lobedu Street Lubedlane Street Lugedlane Street Lungu Street Lushaba Street Luthul Street M Mabaso Street Madela Street Madihlaba Street Madingoane Street Maduna Street Mafunze Street Magigwana Street Magwaza Street Mahlangu Street Mahlase Street Mahlobo Street Mahlolo Street Maisela Street Makgati Street Makhabana Street Makoka Street Mala Street Malelete Street Malubane Street Mampane Street Mangawto Street Mangethe Street Manzini Street Maqhina Street Mariyate Street Markend Street Marumo Crescent Marumo Street Masango Street Mashele Crescent Mashena Street Mashiane Street Mashlane Street Masondo Crescent Matlala Street Matsobane Street Matthewson Street Maupa Street Mavhuleni Street Mavunda Street Mayekiso Crescent Mayekso Crescent Mayhuleni Street Mazibuko Street Mbilase Crescent Mbonani Street Mdluli Street Mekoa Street Memela Street Memezi Street Mhlupheki Street Minanve Street Mkhatshwa Crescent Mkhatshwa Street Mkhonto Crescent Mkwanazi Street Mnyanda Street Mocke Street Modipa Street Mogane Street Mohlala Street Mokou Street Mokwapane Street Moletlane Street Moloko Street Mosoma Street Motanyane Street Motsha Street Mphefu Street Mphosi Street Mpinga Street Mpisana Street Mpondo Street Mpondomise Street Msibi Street Mthethwa Street Mthimunye Street Mtshali Street N Namibia Street Nareng Street Nbatani Street Ndala Street Ndengeza Street Ndlovu Street Ndwandwe Street Ndzundza Street Nene Crescent Nene Street Ngomane Street Ngungunyana Street Nkabinde Street Nkadimeng Street Nkani Street Nkuri Street Noge Street Ntambo Street Ntshangase Street Ntsoana Crescent Ntungwa Street Ntuzi Street Nxumalo Street P Pai Street Pedi Street Phambane Street Phaswane Street Phokane Crescent Phosa Street Phuthi Street Pitje Street Pono Street Pulana Street Q Qhudeni Street Quayi Street R Rambuca Street Ramza Street Rapulane Street Rasengane Street Ratale Street Rathlagane Crescent Ratlhagane Crescent Red Sea Avenue Roka Street Rolong Street S Same Street Seiso Street Sekhukhuni Street Seleka Street Selema Street Semi Street Shiba Street Shongwe Street Sia Street Sibya Street Sidney Mkwalo Street Sigalo Street Sihoko Street Sikondu Street Simange Street Simelane Street Sinaba Street Sindane Street Skhemane Street Skosana Street Skosane Street Sojane Crescent Sokhulu Street Sotho Street Swazi Street T Tahle Street Talane Crescent Tanzani Street Tau Street Taung Street Tebele Street Thabang Street Thembu Street Thlako Street Thlaping Street Thobejane Crescent Tlase Street Tlokwa Street Tolo Street Tom Boya Street Tonga Street Tshabalala Street Tshezi Street Tswako Street Tswana Street Turton Street Twaedi Street U-W Umgeni Street Venda Street Vezi Street Wabana Street Wiehman Crescent Wushe Street X-Y Xesibi Street Xhosa Street Yende Street Z Zambia Street Zibisini Street Zinzi Crescent Zondi Street Zulu Street Buy a Property Report and receive the following: Property valuation * Municipal valuation * Registered property details Owner information Transfer history Aerial & map views * Comparable sales * Suburb trends * * Information dependent on availability View a sample report Disclaimer The information obtained through Property Values is publically available from the South African Registrar of Deeds. Property Values should no
Póvoa de Santa Iria e Forte da Casa is a civil parish in the municipality of Vila Franca de Xira, Portugal. It was formed in 2013 by the merger of the former parishes Póvoa de Santa Iria and Forte da Casa.[1] The population in 2011 was 40,404,[2] in an area of 9.16 km².
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Póvoa de Santa Iria e Forte da Casa is a civil parish in the municipality of Vila Franca de Xira, Portugal. It was formed in 2013 by the merger of the former parishes Póvoa de Santa Iria and Forte da Casa.[1] The population in 2011 was 40,404,[2] in an area of 9.16 km².
Air Force Base Waterkloof (IATA: WKF, ICAO: FAWK) is an airbase of the South African Air Force. It is situated on the outskirts of Pretoria, and is the SAAF's busiest airbase. The base's name, Waterkloof, is Afrikaans. It means Water Ravine in English. Despite the name, this base is not located in Waterkloof, Pretoria, but lies to the south of Pretoria, 4.34 nmi (8.04 km) to the northeast of Centurion, Gauteng and 3.37 nmi (6.24 km) from AFB Swartkop, at an elevation of 1506 metres (4940 ft). The base motto is Acquirit Qui Tuetur (He Obtains Who Defends). 21 Squadron - VIP transport 28 Squadron - Medium transport 41 Squadron - Light transport 44 Squadron - Light transport 60 Squadron - In-f
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Air Force Base Waterkloof (IATA: WKF, ICAO: FAWK) is an airbase of the South African Air Force. It is situated on the outskirts of Pretoria, and is the SAAF's busiest airbase. The base's name, Waterkloof, is Afrikaans. It means Water Ravine in English. Despite the name, this base is not located in Waterkloof, Pretoria, but lies to the south of Pretoria, 4.34 nmi (8.04 km) to the northeast of Centurion, Gauteng and 3.37 nmi (6.24 km) from AFB Swartkop, at an elevation of 1506 metres (4940 ft). The base motto is Acquirit Qui Tuetur (He Obtains Who Defends). 21 Squadron - VIP transport 28 Squadron - Medium transport 41 Squadron - Light transport 44 Squadron - Light transport 60 Squadron - In-f
At AFX Group we are always on the lookout for talented and experienced individuals who can help us achieve our targets in our different divisions. With offices in Limassol, London, Milan and Shanghai, we would like to hear from you if you have multilingual skills and experience in the world of online trading. If you feel you have the experience and qualifications to join us, please send an application letter and your CV to careers@afxgroup.com. Current Positions Available PositionDepartmentLocation Legal & Compliance AssistantComplianceLimassol More Details Back Office AssistantBack OfficeLimassol More Details Dealer Reception & TransmissionTrading DeskLimassol More Details Social Me
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At AFX Group we are always on the lookout for talented and experienced individuals who can help us achieve our targets in our different divisions. With offices in Limassol, London, Milan and Shanghai, we would like to hear from you if you have multilingual skills and experience in the world of online trading. If you feel you have the experience and qualifications to join us, please send an application letter and your CV to careers@afxgroup.com. Current Positions Available PositionDepartmentLocation Legal & Compliance AssistantComplianceLimassol More Details Back Office AssistantBack OfficeLimassol More Details Dealer Reception & TransmissionTrading DeskLimassol More Details Social Me
Agyagosszergény is a village in Győr-Moson-Sopron county, Hungary.
Agyagosszergény
Agyagosszergény is a village in Győr-Moson-Sopron county, Hungary.
Ahaus (German pronun­cia­tion: [ˈaːhaʊs] ( listen)) is a municipality in the district of Borken in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is located near the border with the Netherlands, lying some 20 km south-east of Enschede. Ahaus is the home for Germany's "Interim Storage of [Radioactive] spent fuel".
Ahaus
Ahaus (German pronun­cia­tion: [ˈaːhaʊs] ( listen)) is a municipality in the district of Borken in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is located near the border with the Netherlands, lying some 20 km south-east of Enschede. Ahaus is the home for Germany's "Interim Storage of [Radioactive] spent fuel".
Ahja Parish (Estonian: Ahja vald) is a rural municipality of Estonia, in Põlva County. It has a population of 963 (as of 1. January 2015) and an area of 72.10 km2 (28 sq mi). Ahja Akste - Ibaste - Kärsa - Kosova - Loko - Mõtsküla - Mustakurmu - Vanamõisa
Ahja
Ahja Parish (Estonian: Ahja vald) is a rural municipality of Estonia, in Põlva County. It has a population of 963 (as of 1. January 2015) and an area of 72.10 km2 (28 sq mi). Ahja Akste - Ibaste - Kärsa - Kosova - Loko - Mõtsküla - Mustakurmu - Vanamõisa
Aitrach is a municipality in the district of Ravensburg in Baden-Württemberg in Germany.
Aitrach
Aitrach is a municipality in the district of Ravensburg in Baden-Württemberg in Germany.
Ajeromi-Ifelodun is a Local Government Area in Badagry Division, Lagos State. It has some 57,276.3 inhabitants per square kilometer, among if not the world's densest.
Ajeromi-Ifelodun
Ajeromi-Ifelodun is a Local Government Area in Badagry Division, Lagos State. It has some 57,276.3 inhabitants per square kilometer, among if not the world's densest.
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Aknīste Municipality (Latvian: Aknīstes novads) is a municipality in Selonia, Latvia. The municipality was formed in 2009 by merging Aknīste town with its countryside territory, Asare parish and Gārsene parish, the administrative centre being Aknīste. In 2010 Aknīste parish was created from the countryside territory of Aknīste town.
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Aknīste Municipality (Latvian: Aknīstes novads) is a municipality in Selonia, Latvia. The municipality was formed in 2009 by merging Aknīste town with its countryside territory, Asare parish and Gārsene parish, the administrative centre being Aknīste. In 2010 Aknīste parish was created from the countryside territory of Aknīste town.
Altındağ is locating on 40° N, 33° E coordinates. Altındağ is located at the intersection central part of Ankara and side in a position that could be considered the center of 40 degrees north latitude and 33 degrees east longitude. Altındağ has neighbourhood districts like Mamak in south, Keçiören in west, Çubuk in north and Elmadağ district in east. Population:363.687 (2015) Population Growth:0,67% since 2014 Population Density:2957/sq mi Median Per Capita Income:$18009 at 2012 Median House Price:$45000 at 2015—for a standard 90 m² flat Time Zone:Eastern European Time; UTC +2 Land Area:174 km² Altındağ Map and Nearby Locations Towns of Ankara AKYURT ALTINDAĞ AYAŞ BALA BEYPAZARI Ç
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Altındağ is locating on 40° N, 33° E coordinates. Altındağ is located at the intersection central part of Ankara and side in a position that could be considered the center of 40 degrees north latitude and 33 degrees east longitude. Altındağ has neighbourhood districts like Mamak in south, Keçiören in west, Çubuk in north and Elmadağ district in east. Population:363.687 (2015) Population Growth:0,67% since 2014 Population Density:2957/sq mi Median Per Capita Income:$18009 at 2012 Median House Price:$45000 at 2015—for a standard 90 m² flat Time Zone:Eastern European Time; UTC +2 Land Area:174 km² Altındağ Map and Nearby Locations Towns of Ankara AKYURT ALTINDAĞ AYAŞ BALA BEYPAZARI Ç
Vanessa Barbara FEB. 19, 2014 Continue reading the main storyShare This Page Share Tweet Email More Save 29 Photo Credit David Plunkert SÃO PAULO, Brazil — In Brazil, police officers kill an average of five people every day. In 2012, according to a security report from the Brazilian Forum on Public Security, 1,890 Brazilians were killed by the police, 351 here in São Paulo. That was around 20 percent of all homicides in the city. At the same time, 11 police officers were killed on duty here and around 100 were executed off-duty, allegedly by organized crime. Police officers are three times more likely to be murdered than the average Brazilian. I once complained about being a writer in Bra
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Vanessa Barbara FEB. 19, 2014 Continue reading the main storyShare This Page Share Tweet Email More Save 29 Photo Credit David Plunkert SÃO PAULO, Brazil — In Brazil, police officers kill an average of five people every day. In 2012, according to a security report from the Brazilian Forum on Public Security, 1,890 Brazilians were killed by the police, 351 here in São Paulo. That was around 20 percent of all homicides in the city. At the same time, 11 police officers were killed on duty here and around 100 were executed off-duty, allegedly by organized crime. Police officers are three times more likely to be murdered than the average Brazilian. I once complained about being a writer in Bra

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About 80 students were newly enrolled for the summer semester at HTWK. Welcome! Are you interested in studying in Leipzig from next autumn? Then visit us on April 30th for Hochschulinformationstag ! Your Rector The obtained usually after a six-semester study of the first phase first academic degree Bachelor ( >> range of Bachelor programs ) certifies the qualification for practicing the profession. The Bachelor is relevant also for the international job market qualification. (Eg Bachelor with sechssemestriger normal period) The first three semesters convey the general scientific basis of subject. This is followed by the study of the core subject which is particularly aligned with project work and practical study periods on the acquisition of so-called key qualifications. The practical phase is a period of study, which is to be completed in companies and institutions of professional practice. It is accompanied by lectures, application actionable knowledge on problems and challenges of professional practice, which is reflected particularly in a project work serves. It promotes the application relevance of studies. Frequently therefrom adult subjects for the Bachelor thesis and often the later work. The bachelor's program is concluded with a scientific paper, the thesis (Bachelor thesis), and the subsequent graduation. The Bachelor program concludes with the Bachelor examination. It includes the notes of the completed modules, weighted with the ECTS points for a total of 180 ECTS points in 6 semesters or 210 ECTS points in 7 semesters regular study time. A special position in this case has the Bachelor module with the Bachelor thesis and the colloquium (oral defense of the work), in which the student shows that he can handle a subject-specific problem within a specified time according to scientific methods. After passing the Bachelor examination, the graduate receives a certificate with the awarded academic degree, a certificate of merit and a Diploma Supplement, which according to European standards describing the qualifications acquired. This first professional qualification degree enables the early entry into the labor market, but also an immediate or delayed specialization through a master . In our technical scientific era find mathematical methods in almost every area of ​​application. The rapid development of modern computing has many problems of the economy, organization and technology made detachable, which could not be processed sooner. She has but give rise to a variety of new methods in applied mathematics. A weakening of this rapid development is still far from sight. According to § 5 TMG: HTWK Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 132 04277 Leipzig REPRESENTED BY: Rector: Prof. Dr. habil ph. Gesine Grande CONTACT: Phone: +49 (0) 341/3076 0 (No study counseling !!) Fax: +49 (0) 341/3076 6456 e-mail: webmaster (at) htwk-leipzig.de (No ! Student Advisory !) MAILING ADDRESS: HTWK Postfach: 301166 04251 Leipzig AUTHORITY: Saxon State Ministry for Science and Art, Wigardstraße 17, 01097 Dresden, www.smwk.de LEGAL FORM: Public corporation (§ 2, Section 1 SächsHSG) USTIDNR .: DE 153564026 CONTACT WEBSITE (S): Stefan Schmeißer university marketing HTWK Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 132 04277 Leipzig webmaster (at) htwk-leipzig.de DISCLAIMER: LIABILITY FOR CONTENT The contents of individual Web pages lies with the respective information-setting bodies or persons. The contents of our pages were created with great care. For the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of content, we can not take any responsibility. As a service provider we are responsible according § 7 1 TMG for own contents on these pages under the general laws. According to §§ 8 to 10 TMG we are not obligated as a service provider to monitor transmitted or stored information, or to investigate circumstances that indicate illegal activity. Obligations to remove or block the use of information under the general laws remain unaffected. However, a relevant liability is only possible from the date of knowledge of a specific infringement. Upon notification of such violations, we will remove the content immediately. Liability for links Our site contains links to external websites, over which we have no control. Therefore we can not accept any responsibility for their content. The provider or operator is always responsible for the content of linked pages. For damages arising from the use or non-use of such information, only the provider of the site to which reference was made. The linked sites were checked at the time of linking for possible legal violations. Illegal contents were at the time of linking. A permanent control of the linked pages is unreasonable without concrete evidence of a violation. Upon notification of violations, we will immediately remove such links. copyright The content and works on these pages created by the site operators are subject to German copyright law. Copying, editing, distribution a
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About 80 students were newly enrolled for the summer semester at HTWK. Welcome! Are you interested in studying in Leipzig from next autumn? Then visit us on April 30th for Hochschulinformationstag ! Your Rector The obtained usually after a six-semester study of the first phase first academic degree Bachelor ( >> range of Bachelor programs ) certifies the qualification for practicing the profession. The Bachelor is relevant also for the international job market qualification. (Eg Bachelor with sechssemestriger normal period) The first three semesters convey the general scientific basis of subject. This is followed by the study of the core subject which is particularly aligned with project work and practical study periods on the acquisition of so-called key qualifications. The practical phase is a period of study, which is to be completed in companies and institutions of professional practice. It is accompanied by lectures, application actionable knowledge on problems and challenges of professional practice, which is reflected particularly in a project work serves. It promotes the application relevance of studies. Frequently therefrom adult subjects for the Bachelor thesis and often the later work. The bachelor's program is concluded with a scientific paper, the thesis (Bachelor thesis), and the subsequent graduation. The Bachelor program concludes with the Bachelor examination. It includes the notes of the completed modules, weighted with the ECTS points for a total of 180 ECTS points in 6 semesters or 210 ECTS points in 7 semesters regular study time. A special position in this case has the Bachelor module with the Bachelor thesis and the colloquium (oral defense of the work), in which the student shows that he can handle a subject-specific problem within a specified time according to scientific methods. After passing the Bachelor examination, the graduate receives a certificate with the awarded academic degree, a certificate of merit and a Diploma Supplement, which according to European standards describing the qualifications acquired. This first professional qualification degree enables the early entry into the labor market, but also an immediate or delayed specialization through a master . In our technical scientific era find mathematical methods in almost every area of ​​application. The rapid development of modern computing has many problems of the economy, organization and technology made detachable, which could not be processed sooner. She has but give rise to a variety of new methods in applied mathematics. A weakening of this rapid development is still far from sight. According to § 5 TMG: HTWK Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 132 04277 Leipzig REPRESENTED BY: Rector: Prof. Dr. habil ph. Gesine Grande CONTACT: Phone: +49 (0) 341/3076 0 (No study counseling !!) Fax: +49 (0) 341/3076 6456 e-mail: webmaster (at) htwk-leipzig.de (No ! Student Advisory !) MAILING ADDRESS: HTWK Postfach: 301166 04251 Leipzig AUTHORITY: Saxon State Ministry for Science and Art, Wigardstraße 17, 01097 Dresden, www.smwk.de LEGAL FORM: Public corporation (§ 2, Section 1 SächsHSG) USTIDNR .: DE 153564026 CONTACT WEBSITE (S): Stefan Schmeißer university marketing HTWK Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 132 04277 Leipzig webmaster (at) htwk-leipzig.de DISCLAIMER: LIABILITY FOR CONTENT The contents of individual Web pages lies with the respective information-setting bodies or persons. The contents of our pages were created with great care. For the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of content, we can not take any responsibility. As a service provider we are responsible according § 7 1 TMG for own contents on these pages under the general laws. According to §§ 8 to 10 TMG we are not obligated as a service provider to monitor transmitted or stored information, or to investigate circumstances that indicate illegal activity. Obligations to remove or block the use of information under the general laws remain unaffected. However, a relevant liability is only possible from the date of knowledge of a specific infringement. Upon notification of such violations, we will remove the content immediately. Liability for links Our site contains links to external websites, over which we have no control. Therefore we can not accept any responsibility for their content. The provider or operator is always responsible for the content of linked pages. For damages arising from the use or non-use of such information, only the provider of the site to which reference was made. The linked sites were checked at the time of linking for possible legal violations. Illegal contents were at the time of linking. A permanent control of the linked pages is unreasonable without concrete evidence of a violation. Upon notification of violations, we will immediately remove such links. copyright The content and works on these pages created by the site operators are subject to German copyright law. Copying, editing, distribution a
Jülich (modernly pronounced [ˈjyːlɪç]; in old spellings also known as Guelich or Gülich, cf. Dutch: Gulik, cf. French: Juliers) is a town in the district of Düren, in the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Jülich is well known as location of a world-famous research centre, the Forschungszentrum Jülich. As a border region between the competing powers in the Lower Rhine and Meuse areas, the town and the Duchy of Jülich played a historic role from the Middle Ages up to the 17th century. Jülich stands in the Rur valley on the banks of the river Rur. The town is bordered by the town of Linnich in the north, the municipality of Titz in the northeast, the municipality of Niederzier in the southeast, the municipality of Inden in the south, and by the municipality of Aldenhoven in the west. Its maximum size is 13.3 km from east to west and 10.9 km from north to south. The highest point in Jülich is in Bourheim, 110 m above sea level (excepting Sophienhöhe, an extensive artificial mountain made up of overburden from a nearby open-pit lignite mine, the Tagebau Hambach). The lowest point, 70 m above sea level, lies in the borough of Barmen. The town of Jülich comprises 16 boroughs: Town centre Altenburg Barmen Bourheim Broich Daubenrath Güsten Kirchberg Koslar Lich-Steinstraß Mersch Merzenhausen Pattern Selgersdorf Stetternich Welldorf (including Serrest) Jülich is first mentioned in Roman times as Juliacum along an important road through the Rur valley. Fortified during the late Roman period, it was taken over by the Franks and grew to be the centre of a county which became the nucleus of a regional power. The counts and dukes of Jülich extended their influence during the Middle Ages and granted Jülich city status in 1234 (Count Wilhelm IV). During battles with the Archbishop of Cologne, Jülich was destroyed in 1239 and again in 1278. In 1416, the city was granted fiscal independence by Duke Rainald of Jülich-Geldern. Following a fire in 1547, the city was rebuilt as an ideal city in the Renaissance style under the direction of the architect Alessandro Pasqualini. The citadel of Jülich was later visited by the French military engineer Sébastien le Prestre de Vauban and was rated exemplary. After the ducal family line was extinguished in 1609, the Duchy of Jülich was divided in the War of the Jülich Succession; as part of that war, the fortress at Jülich was by Emperor Rudolph's forces, but a siege by Dutch, Brandenburg and Palatine forces led to the surrender and withdrawal of Imperial troops. In 1620 Jülich was occupied by the Dutch Republic until the Spanish took the fortress after five months of siege. The city later belonged to Palatinate-Neuburg, then the Electorate of the Palatinate (1685) and Bavaria (1777). From 1794 to 1814, Jülich was part of France under the name of Juliers. The French added the Napoleonic bridge head to the fortifications. In 1815, Jülich became a Prussian fortification and district town. The town was subsequently administered within the Prussian Province of Jülich-Cleves-Berg (1815) and then the Rhine Province (1822). The fortification was razed in 1860. On 16 November 1944 (World War II), 97% of Jülich was destroyed during Allied bombing, since it was considered one of the main obstacles to the occupation of the Rhineland, although the city fortifications, the bridge head and the citadel had long fallen into disuse. The ruined city was subject to heavy fighting for several months until the Allies eventually managed to cross the Rur on 23 February 1945. Newsreel footage exists of Supreme Commander Eisenhower at the southern entrance to the citadel.[2] Jülich became part of the new state of North Rhine-Westphalia after the war. From 1949 to 1956, the town centre was rebuilt along the plans of the Renaissance town. In 1998, the state garden fair took place in Jülich. This made the extensive restoration of the bridge head fortifications and the establishment of a large leisure park, the bridge head park, possible. Today, Jülich is mainly known for its world-famous research centre (established in 1956) and the satellite campus of the Fachhochschule Aachen (established in 1970). The town's landmark is the Witch Tower, a city gate and remnant of the medieval city fortifications. The most impressive remnants from the past are, however, both the Napoleonic Bridgehead and the Citadel. Since 1964, Jülich is twinned with the French town of Haubourdin in the Nord département. BAB 4 (Düren / Jülich Interchange) BAB 44 (Jülich Ost (East)/ Mersch Interchange) (Jülich West (West)/ Koslar Interchange) Rurtalbahn, literally the Rur Valley Railway (Linnich - Jülich - Düren - Heimbach) Culture and landmarks[edit] Historical Town Museum Particularly notable: the Witchtower (Hexenturm) the Citadel the Napoleonic Bridgehead the church of St. Mariä Himmelfahrt the Aachener Tor (lit. Aachen Gate) aerial towers of shortwave broadcasting facility
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Jülich (modernly pronounced [ˈjyːlɪç]; in old spellings also known as Guelich or Gülich, cf. Dutch: Gulik, cf. French: Juliers) is a town in the district of Düren, in the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Jülich is well known as location of a world-famous research centre, the Forschungszentrum Jülich. As a border region between the competing powers in the Lower Rhine and Meuse areas, the town and the Duchy of Jülich played a historic role from the Middle Ages up to the 17th century. Jülich stands in the Rur valley on the banks of the river Rur. The town is bordered by the town of Linnich in the north, the municipality of Titz in the northeast, the municipality of Niederzier in the southeast, the municipality of Inden in the south, and by the municipality of Aldenhoven in the west. Its maximum size is 13.3 km from east to west and 10.9 km from north to south. The highest point in Jülich is in Bourheim, 110 m above sea level (excepting Sophienhöhe, an extensive artificial mountain made up of overburden from a nearby open-pit lignite mine, the Tagebau Hambach). The lowest point, 70 m above sea level, lies in the borough of Barmen. The town of Jülich comprises 16 boroughs: Town centre Altenburg Barmen Bourheim Broich Daubenrath Güsten Kirchberg Koslar Lich-Steinstraß Mersch Merzenhausen Pattern Selgersdorf Stetternich Welldorf (including Serrest) Jülich is first mentioned in Roman times as Juliacum along an important road through the Rur valley. Fortified during the late Roman period, it was taken over by the Franks and grew to be the centre of a county which became the nucleus of a regional power. The counts and dukes of Jülich extended their influence during the Middle Ages and granted Jülich city status in 1234 (Count Wilhelm IV). During battles with the Archbishop of Cologne, Jülich was destroyed in 1239 and again in 1278. In 1416, the city was granted fiscal independence by Duke Rainald of Jülich-Geldern. Following a fire in 1547, the city was rebuilt as an ideal city in the Renaissance style under the direction of the architect Alessandro Pasqualini. The citadel of Jülich was later visited by the French military engineer Sébastien le Prestre de Vauban and was rated exemplary. After the ducal family line was extinguished in 1609, the Duchy of Jülich was divided in the War of the Jülich Succession; as part of that war, the fortress at Jülich was by Emperor Rudolph's forces, but a siege by Dutch, Brandenburg and Palatine forces led to the surrender and withdrawal of Imperial troops. In 1620 Jülich was occupied by the Dutch Republic until the Spanish took the fortress after five months of siege. The city later belonged to Palatinate-Neuburg, then the Electorate of the Palatinate (1685) and Bavaria (1777). From 1794 to 1814, Jülich was part of France under the name of Juliers. The French added the Napoleonic bridge head to the fortifications. In 1815, Jülich became a Prussian fortification and district town. The town was subsequently administered within the Prussian Province of Jülich-Cleves-Berg (1815) and then the Rhine Province (1822). The fortification was razed in 1860. On 16 November 1944 (World War II), 97% of Jülich was destroyed during Allied bombing, since it was considered one of the main obstacles to the occupation of the Rhineland, although the city fortifications, the bridge head and the citadel had long fallen into disuse. The ruined city was subject to heavy fighting for several months until the Allies eventually managed to cross the Rur on 23 February 1945. Newsreel footage exists of Supreme Commander Eisenhower at the southern entrance to the citadel.[2] Jülich became part of the new state of North Rhine-Westphalia after the war. From 1949 to 1956, the town centre was rebuilt along the plans of the Renaissance town. In 1998, the state garden fair took place in Jülich. This made the extensive restoration of the bridge head fortifications and the establishment of a large leisure park, the bridge head park, possible. Today, Jülich is mainly known for its world-famous research centre (established in 1956) and the satellite campus of the Fachhochschule Aachen (established in 1970). The town's landmark is the Witch Tower, a city gate and remnant of the medieval city fortifications. The most impressive remnants from the past are, however, both the Napoleonic Bridgehead and the Citadel. Since 1964, Jülich is twinned with the French town of Haubourdin in the Nord département. BAB 4 (Düren / Jülich Interchange) BAB 44 (Jülich Ost (East)/ Mersch Interchange) (Jülich West (West)/ Koslar Interchange) Rurtalbahn, literally the Rur Valley Railway (Linnich - Jülich - Düren - Heimbach) Culture and landmarks[edit] Historical Town Museum Particularly notable: the Witchtower (Hexenturm) the Citadel the Napoleonic Bridgehead the church of St. Mariä Himmelfahrt the Aachener Tor (lit. Aachen Gate) aerial towers of shortwave broadcasting facility
Jyväskylä (Finnish pronunciation: [ˈjyvæsˌkylæ]) is a city and municipality in Finland and in the western part of the Finnish Lakeland. It is the largest city in the region of Central Finland and on the Finnish Lakeland. Elias Lönnrot, the compiler of the Finnish national epic, the Kalevala, gave the city the nickname "Athens of Finland". This nickname refers to the major role of Jyväskylä as an educational center, and as the first place in the world to provide education in Finnish.[7] The works of the most famous Finnish architect Alvar Aalto can be seen throughout the city. The city hosts the Neste Oil Rally Finland, which is part of the World Rally Championship. It is also home of the annual Jyväskylä Arts Festival and Vinokino, an annual lesbian and gay film festival. As of 31 March 2016, Jyväskylä had a population of 137,392.[3] The city has been one of the fastest growing cities in Finland during the 20th century.[8][9][10] In 1940, there were only 8000 inhabitants in Jyväskylä. The Jyväskylä sub-region includes Jyväskylä, Hankasalmi, Laukaa, Muurame, Petäjävesi, Toivakka, and Uurainen. The second part of the city's name, kylä, means village. The first part of the city's name, jyväs, has been associated with Taxus, a genus of yews, and the Old Prussian word juwis. It has also been speculated that the word jyväs refers to the sun's reflection of the surface of the water. In the Jyväskylä region, there are archeological findings from the Stone Age. According to the oldest available taxation documents (maakirja), there were seven estates on the Jyväskylä region in 1539. One of them, the estate of Mattila, alone possessed the areas stretching from the village of Keljo to the villages of Vesanka and Palokka. The oldest estate in Jyväskylä continuously held by the same family is the estate of Lahti, which emerged when the estate of Mattila was split between two brothers in 1600.[12] The history of the estate of Lahti and the family of Lahti have had a significant impact on the development of Jyväskylä region. Lahdenrinne, in the south-west corner of Jyväsjärvi lake, belongs to the old heartland of the estate of Lahti.[13] The City of Jyväskylä was founded on 22 March 1837 when Emperor of Russia and Grand Duke of Finland, Nicholas I of Russia, signed the charter of the city and the infrastructure was essentially built from scratch.[14] At the times Finnish military battalion Suomen kaarti participated under his rule in military operations against the Polish November Uprising and later in Hungary, Turkey and Bessarabia (today Moldova). While Nicholas I of Russia abolished many autonomous areas, it has been argued, that the loyalty of Finnish military influenced his approach towards Finnish autonomy.[15] The original town was built between Lake Jyväsjärvi (which is connected to Lake Päijänne) and the Jyväskylä ridge (Harju), and consisted of most of the current grid-style city centre. The establishment of schools in the 1850s and 1860s proved to be the most significant step in regards to the later development of Jyväskylä. The first three Finnish-speaking schools in the world were founded in Jyväskylä, the lycée in 1858, the teachers’ college in 1863, and the girls’ school in 1864. Well-trained teaching staff and pupils from different parts of the country changed the atmosphere of Jyväskylä irrevocably.[16] In the early 20th century, the town expanded several times. Most of today's Jyväskylä was built after the Continuation War, when refugees from Karelia and other parts of the country moved to the city, and housing was badly needed. During the 21st century Jyväskylä has grown fast – by over 1,000 inhabitants every year.[17] Säynätsalo was consolidated with Jyväskylä in 1993, and Jyväskylän maalaiskunta and Korpilahti, for their part, on January 1, 2009. Jyväskylä is located on the northern coast of Lake Päijänne, 147 kilometres (91 mi) north-east of Tampere and 270 kilometres (170 mi) north of Helsinki. The hilly and forested terrain in Jyväskylä is surrounded by hundreds of lakes. To reach Jyväskylä from East, one needs to go trough or pass the hill Kanavuori, which used to host military depot full of ammunition and armaments. There is a train tunnel though the rock, which provides a scenic experience in otherwise relatively plain territory. Jyväskylä is located in the Finnish Lakeland. There are 328 lakes in the city, and lakes and rivers constitute 20,1% (295 km2) of the total area of the city. The city's largest lakes are Päijänne, Leppävesi, Tuomiojärvi, Palokkajärvi, Luonetjärvi, and Alvajärvi-Korttajärvi. The city center is located on the shores of a small Jyväsjärvi.[18] The landscape in Jyväskylä is hilly, forested and full of waters. The architect Alvar Aalto compared the hilly landscape of Jyväskylä to Toscana in Italy: "The slope of Jyväskylä ridge is almost like the mountain vineyards of Fiesole". Because of its northern location, winters are long, snowy, cold, and
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Jyväskylä (Finnish pronunciation: [ˈjyvæsˌkylæ]) is a city and municipality in Finland and in the western part of the Finnish Lakeland. It is the largest city in the region of Central Finland and on the Finnish Lakeland. Elias Lönnrot, the compiler of the Finnish national epic, the Kalevala, gave the city the nickname "Athens of Finland". This nickname refers to the major role of Jyväskylä as an educational center, and as the first place in the world to provide education in Finnish.[7] The works of the most famous Finnish architect Alvar Aalto can be seen throughout the city. The city hosts the Neste Oil Rally Finland, which is part of the World Rally Championship. It is also home of the annual Jyväskylä Arts Festival and Vinokino, an annual lesbian and gay film festival. As of 31 March 2016, Jyväskylä had a population of 137,392.[3] The city has been one of the fastest growing cities in Finland during the 20th century.[8][9][10] In 1940, there were only 8000 inhabitants in Jyväskylä. The Jyväskylä sub-region includes Jyväskylä, Hankasalmi, Laukaa, Muurame, Petäjävesi, Toivakka, and Uurainen. The second part of the city's name, kylä, means village. The first part of the city's name, jyväs, has been associated with Taxus, a genus of yews, and the Old Prussian word juwis. It has also been speculated that the word jyväs refers to the sun's reflection of the surface of the water. In the Jyväskylä region, there are archeological findings from the Stone Age. According to the oldest available taxation documents (maakirja), there were seven estates on the Jyväskylä region in 1539. One of them, the estate of Mattila, alone possessed the areas stretching from the village of Keljo to the villages of Vesanka and Palokka. The oldest estate in Jyväskylä continuously held by the same family is the estate of Lahti, which emerged when the estate of Mattila was split between two brothers in 1600.[12] The history of the estate of Lahti and the family of Lahti have had a significant impact on the development of Jyväskylä region. Lahdenrinne, in the south-west corner of Jyväsjärvi lake, belongs to the old heartland of the estate of Lahti.[13] The City of Jyväskylä was founded on 22 March 1837 when Emperor of Russia and Grand Duke of Finland, Nicholas I of Russia, signed the charter of the city and the infrastructure was essentially built from scratch.[14] At the times Finnish military battalion Suomen kaarti participated under his rule in military operations against the Polish November Uprising and later in Hungary, Turkey and Bessarabia (today Moldova). While Nicholas I of Russia abolished many autonomous areas, it has been argued, that the loyalty of Finnish military influenced his approach towards Finnish autonomy.[15] The original town was built between Lake Jyväsjärvi (which is connected to Lake Päijänne) and the Jyväskylä ridge (Harju), and consisted of most of the current grid-style city centre. The establishment of schools in the 1850s and 1860s proved to be the most significant step in regards to the later development of Jyväskylä. The first three Finnish-speaking schools in the world were founded in Jyväskylä, the lycée in 1858, the teachers’ college in 1863, and the girls’ school in 1864. Well-trained teaching staff and pupils from different parts of the country changed the atmosphere of Jyväskylä irrevocably.[16] In the early 20th century, the town expanded several times. Most of today's Jyväskylä was built after the Continuation War, when refugees from Karelia and other parts of the country moved to the city, and housing was badly needed. During the 21st century Jyväskylä has grown fast – by over 1,000 inhabitants every year.[17] Säynätsalo was consolidated with Jyväskylä in 1993, and Jyväskylän maalaiskunta and Korpilahti, for their part, on January 1, 2009. Jyväskylä is located on the northern coast of Lake Päijänne, 147 kilometres (91 mi) north-east of Tampere and 270 kilometres (170 mi) north of Helsinki. The hilly and forested terrain in Jyväskylä is surrounded by hundreds of lakes. To reach Jyväskylä from East, one needs to go trough or pass the hill Kanavuori, which used to host military depot full of ammunition and armaments. There is a train tunnel though the rock, which provides a scenic experience in otherwise relatively plain territory. Jyväskylä is located in the Finnish Lakeland. There are 328 lakes in the city, and lakes and rivers constitute 20,1% (295 km2) of the total area of the city. The city's largest lakes are Päijänne, Leppävesi, Tuomiojärvi, Palokkajärvi, Luonetjärvi, and Alvajärvi-Korttajärvi. The city center is located on the shores of a small Jyväsjärvi.[18] The landscape in Jyväskylä is hilly, forested and full of waters. The architect Alvar Aalto compared the hilly landscape of Jyväskylä to Toscana in Italy: "The slope of Jyväskylä ridge is almost like the mountain vineyards of Fiesole". Because of its northern location, winters are long, snowy, cold, and
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Editor-in-Chief : Dr Constantinos A Georgiou Category : International Journal Publisher : Bioinfo Publications ISSN : 0975-3710 (Print) E-ISSN : 0975-9107 (Online)Frequency : Monthly Index Copernicus Value (ICV) : 7.05; IF: 5.012 (2016); NAAS: 4.10 (2015) CODEN : IJAS DOI : 10.9735/0975-3710 Abbreviation : Int J Agr Sci Subject : Agriculture Sciences License : Plagiarism : Reviewers Peer review is an essential component of formal scholarly communication and lies at the heart of the scientific or research methodology. We would like to thank the following reviewers who have taken part in the peer-review process. Aluizio Freire Da Silva Junior CES - Education and Health Center, Federal University of Campina Grande , United Arab Emirates Biography Research Interest Publication Anastasios Kotsiras Technological Educational Institute of Peloponnese, School of Agricultural Technology and Food Technology and Nutrition, Department of Agricultural Technology, 24100 Antikalamos, Kalamata, Greece Biography Research Interest Publication Andreas Pacholski Leuphana University of Luneburg, Scharnhorststr. 1, D-21335, Luneburg, Germany Biography Research Interest Publication Arvind Saroj Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (CIMAP), Plant Pathology, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India Biography Research Interest Publication Biswatosh Ghosh Zoological Survey of India, India Biography Research Interest Publication Brian R. Maricle Department of Biological Sciences, Fort Hays State University, United States Biography Research Interest Publication Carlos Abanto Rodriguez Ingeniero-Forestal, Instituto de Investigaciones de la Amazonia Peruana, Carretera Federico Basadre, Km 12,400, Yarinacocha, Ucayali, Peru Biography Research Interest Publication Chinawat Yapwattanaphun Department of Horticulture, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, 10900, Thailand Biography Research Interest Publication Christinny Giselly Bacelar Universidade Federal de Roraima-UFRR, Brazil Biography Research Interest Publication Claudia Cocozza Dipartimento di Bioscienze e Territorio, Universita del Molise, I-86090 Pesche, Italy Biography Research Interest Publication Cunfu Lu College of Biological Sciences and Biotechnology, Beijing Forestry University, Beijing 100083, China Biography Research Interest Publication D Srinivas Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad, Telangana 500030, India Biography Research Interest Publication D. Bocchiola Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Hydrology division, Politecnico of Milan, Italy Biography Research Interest Publication Dhakasurjeet Singh Agri Business Management, Institute of Agri Business Management, S K Rajasthan Agricultural University, Bikaner, Rajasthan, India Biography Research Interest Publication Dr A. K. Pathak Division of Animal Nutrition, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences & AH, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Science and Technology of Jammu, R. S. Pura-181 102, Jammu and Kashmir, India Biography Research Interest Publication Dr John S. Schwartz Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, The University of Tennessee, 413 John D. Tickle Building,851 Neyland Drive, Knoxville TN 37996-2313, United States Biography Research Interest Publication Dr Krishna Narayan Dewangan Department of Agricultural Engineering, North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology, Nirjuli – 791 109, Arunachal Pradesh, India Biography Research Interest Publication E. Miskoska Milevska Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Food, St Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, Macedonia, FYR Biography Research Interest Publication Ebrahim Ahmadi Department of Biosystem Engineering, Bu- Ali Sina University, Iran, Islamic Rep. Biography Research Interest Publication Emilia L. Apostolova Institute of Biophysics and Biomedical Engineering, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Acad. G. Bonchev Str., Bl. 21, Sofia 1113, Bulgaria Biography Research Interest Publication Evelyne Lutton INRA - AgroParisTech, UMR 0782 GMPA Génie et Microbiologie des Procedes Alimentaires. Centre de recherche de Versailles-Grignon, Thiverval-Grignon, France Biography Research Interest Publication F. Konukcu Department of Biosystem Engineering, Namik Kemal University, Turkey Biography Research Interest Publication Fernanda Nieto-jacobo Bio-Protection Research Centre, Lincoln University, PO Box 85084, Canterbury, 7647, New Zealand Biography Research Interest Publication Gabino Reginato Departamento Produccion Agricola, Facultad de Ciencias Agronomicas de la Universidad de Chile, Chile Biography Research Interest Publication Georgios Tsaniklidis Agricultural University of Athens, Dept. Natural Resources Development and Agricultural Engineering, Iera Odos 75, 11855 Botanikos, Athens, Greece Biography Research Interest Publication Giovanni Cabassi Consiglio Per la Ricercae e la sperimentazione in Agricoltura, CRA-FLC, Via A. Lombardo 11, 26900 Lodi, Italy Biog
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Editor-in-Chief : Dr Constantinos A Georgiou Category : International Journal Publisher : Bioinfo Publications ISSN : 0975-3710 (Print) E-ISSN : 0975-9107 (Online)Frequency : Monthly Index Copernicus Value (ICV) : 7.05; IF: 5.012 (2016); NAAS: 4.10 (2015) CODEN : IJAS DOI : 10.9735/0975-3710 Abbreviation : Int J Agr Sci Subject : Agriculture Sciences License : Plagiarism : Reviewers Peer review is an essential component of formal scholarly communication and lies at the heart of the scientific or research methodology. We would like to thank the following reviewers who have taken part in the peer-review process. Aluizio Freire Da Silva Junior CES - Education and Health Center, Federal University of Campina Grande , United Arab Emirates Biography Research Interest Publication Anastasios Kotsiras Technological Educational Institute of Peloponnese, School of Agricultural Technology and Food Technology and Nutrition, Department of Agricultural Technology, 24100 Antikalamos, Kalamata, Greece Biography Research Interest Publication Andreas Pacholski Leuphana University of Luneburg, Scharnhorststr. 1, D-21335, Luneburg, Germany Biography Research Interest Publication Arvind Saroj Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (CIMAP), Plant Pathology, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India Biography Research Interest Publication Biswatosh Ghosh Zoological Survey of India, India Biography Research Interest Publication Brian R. Maricle Department of Biological Sciences, Fort Hays State University, United States Biography Research Interest Publication Carlos Abanto Rodriguez Ingeniero-Forestal, Instituto de Investigaciones de la Amazonia Peruana, Carretera Federico Basadre, Km 12,400, Yarinacocha, Ucayali, Peru Biography Research Interest Publication Chinawat Yapwattanaphun Department of Horticulture, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, 10900, Thailand Biography Research Interest Publication Christinny Giselly Bacelar Universidade Federal de Roraima-UFRR, Brazil Biography Research Interest Publication Claudia Cocozza Dipartimento di Bioscienze e Territorio, Universita del Molise, I-86090 Pesche, Italy Biography Research Interest Publication Cunfu Lu College of Biological Sciences and Biotechnology, Beijing Forestry University, Beijing 100083, China Biography Research Interest Publication D Srinivas Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad, Telangana 500030, India Biography Research Interest Publication D. Bocchiola Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Hydrology division, Politecnico of Milan, Italy Biography Research Interest Publication Dhakasurjeet Singh Agri Business Management, Institute of Agri Business Management, S K Rajasthan Agricultural University, Bikaner, Rajasthan, India Biography Research Interest Publication Dr A. K. Pathak Division of Animal Nutrition, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences & AH, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Science and Technology of Jammu, R. S. Pura-181 102, Jammu and Kashmir, India Biography Research Interest Publication Dr John S. Schwartz Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, The University of Tennessee, 413 John D. Tickle Building,851 Neyland Drive, Knoxville TN 37996-2313, United States Biography Research Interest Publication Dr Krishna Narayan Dewangan Department of Agricultural Engineering, North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology, Nirjuli – 791 109, Arunachal Pradesh, India Biography Research Interest Publication E. Miskoska Milevska Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Food, St Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, Macedonia, FYR Biography Research Interest Publication Ebrahim Ahmadi Department of Biosystem Engineering, Bu- Ali Sina University, Iran, Islamic Rep. Biography Research Interest Publication Emilia L. Apostolova Institute of Biophysics and Biomedical Engineering, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Acad. G. Bonchev Str., Bl. 21, Sofia 1113, Bulgaria Biography Research Interest Publication Evelyne Lutton INRA - AgroParisTech, UMR 0782 GMPA Génie et Microbiologie des Procedes Alimentaires. Centre de recherche de Versailles-Grignon, Thiverval-Grignon, France Biography Research Interest Publication F. Konukcu Department of Biosystem Engineering, Namik Kemal University, Turkey Biography Research Interest Publication Fernanda Nieto-jacobo Bio-Protection Research Centre, Lincoln University, PO Box 85084, Canterbury, 7647, New Zealand Biography Research Interest Publication Gabino Reginato Departamento Produccion Agricola, Facultad de Ciencias Agronomicas de la Universidad de Chile, Chile Biography Research Interest Publication Georgios Tsaniklidis Agricultural University of Athens, Dept. Natural Resources Development and Agricultural Engineering, Iera Odos 75, 11855 Botanikos, Athens, Greece Biography Research Interest Publication Giovanni Cabassi Consiglio Per la Ricercae e la sperimentazione in Agricoltura, CRA-FLC, Via A. Lombardo 11, 26900 Lodi, Italy Biog
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January 2013 YOUR WAY TO PORTUGAL: A Guide for Erasmus Mundus Students 2 Purpose of the Guide Arriving in a new country to live and study is always a challenge. The purpose of this guide is to make this challenge easier for students wishing to study in Portugal. It provides practical information about life in Portugal and about procedures that students will have to carry out before and upon arrival. Although the guide is mainly intended for Erasmus Mundus students, we hope it will equally assist other foreign students interested in a mobility experience in Portugal. It was prepared by the Portuguese Directorate General for Higher Education (DGES) through the Portuguese Erasmus Mundus National Structure located in the Division for Recognition, Mobility and International Cooperation, with the collaboration of the Erasmus Mundus Alumni. You may visit our website: www.dges.mec.pt/erasmusmundus/ Colophon Editor DRMCI - Division for Recognition, Mobility and International Cooperation DGES - Directorate General for Higher Education Av. Duque d'Ávila 137 1069-016 Lisboa Portugal Coordination and editing Ana Mateus Leonor Santa Clara Alessandra Gallerano No reproduction, no copy, transmission or translation of this publication may be made without written permission. Please cite this publication. 3 Table of Contents 1. PORTUGAL ................................................................3 General Information....................................................4 2. BEFORE ARRIVAL ..................................................5 2.1. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS.............................5 2.2. TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS.........................6 3. HOUSING ....................................................................7 4. AFTER ARRIVAL .....................................................8 4.1. RESIDENCE CONDITIONS...........................8 4.2. HEALTH.............................................................9 4.3. MONEY............................................................ 10 5. LIVING IN PORTUGAL....................................... 11 5.1. CULTURAL ASPECTS ................................. 11 5.2. COMMUNICATIONS.................................... 14 5.3. SERVICES ....................................................... 14 6. STUDYING IN PORTUGAL................................ 15 6.1. PORTUGUESE SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION........................................................... 15 6.2. LIBRARIES..................................................... 16 6.3. LEARNING PORTUGUESE........................ 16 7. TRAVEL & LEISURE............................................ 17 7.1. GETTING AROUND..................................... 17 7.2. CULTURE & PLACES TO VISIT............... 18 4 1. PORTUGAL General Information Located at the extreme southwest of Europe, Portugal is constituted by the continental territory and two Autonomous Regions, the archipelagos of Madeira and Azores (Açores). The Continent is divided into 18 districts. Portugal’s total area is of 92.152 Km2 and there are around 10 million inhabitants. The Portuguese Republic borders Spain North and East and has an extensive maritime coastline South and West that bathes the Atlantic Ocean. The country’s capital is Lisbon and the official language is Portuguese. History Portugal was founded in 1143, being one of the oldest countries in Europe. Until the 5th October 1910, when the foundations of the Modern Portuguese Republic were laid, the Portuguese monarchy had developed a long history of discoveries and conquests in Africa, India and Brazil. In 1926, the parliamentary regime was replaced by a military dictatorship leading to the formation of the Estado Novo in 1933. Democracy was restored 41 years later, on the 25th April 1974, through a nearly bloodless coup, later nicknamed the Revolution of the Carnations, which are still a national symbol of freedom. In the following years, mostly as a consequence of the restoration of democracy, independence was granted to some of Portugal’s last colonies: São Tomé & Principe, Angola, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique and Cape Verde. In 1986, after nine years of negotiations, Portugal joined the EC. Today, it is one of the 27 members of the EU. Political system Portugal is a Parliamentary Republic. The President is directly elected by universal adult suffrage every 5 years. Executive power is exercised by the Council of Ministers. Legislative power is vested in both the government and the Parliament. Since 1975 the party system is dominated by the Socialist Party (Partido Socialista) and Social Democratic Party (Partido Social Democrata). Other political parties include: Bloco de Esquerda, Partido Comunista Português, CDS/Partido Popular. Economy After entering the EC in 1986, Portugal benefited from a significant economic growth and development throughout the 90s, largely thanks to the funds allocated by the European Union to improve the country's infrastructures. Although this scenario changed quite dramatically in th
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January 2013 YOUR WAY TO PORTUGAL: A Guide for Erasmus Mundus Students 2 Purpose of the Guide Arriving in a new country to live and study is always a challenge. The purpose of this guide is to make this challenge easier for students wishing to study in Portugal. It provides practical information about life in Portugal and about procedures that students will have to carry out before and upon arrival. Although the guide is mainly intended for Erasmus Mundus students, we hope it will equally assist other foreign students interested in a mobility experience in Portugal. It was prepared by the Portuguese Directorate General for Higher Education (DGES) through the Portuguese Erasmus Mundus National Structure located in the Division for Recognition, Mobility and International Cooperation, with the collaboration of the Erasmus Mundus Alumni. You may visit our website: www.dges.mec.pt/erasmusmundus/ Colophon Editor DRMCI - Division for Recognition, Mobility and International Cooperation DGES - Directorate General for Higher Education Av. Duque d'Ávila 137 1069-016 Lisboa Portugal Coordination and editing Ana Mateus Leonor Santa Clara Alessandra Gallerano No reproduction, no copy, transmission or translation of this publication may be made without written permission. Please cite this publication. 3 Table of Contents 1. PORTUGAL ................................................................3 General Information....................................................4 2. BEFORE ARRIVAL ..................................................5 2.1. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS.............................5 2.2. TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS.........................6 3. HOUSING ....................................................................7 4. AFTER ARRIVAL .....................................................8 4.1. RESIDENCE CONDITIONS...........................8 4.2. HEALTH.............................................................9 4.3. MONEY............................................................ 10 5. LIVING IN PORTUGAL....................................... 11 5.1. CULTURAL ASPECTS ................................. 11 5.2. COMMUNICATIONS.................................... 14 5.3. SERVICES ....................................................... 14 6. STUDYING IN PORTUGAL................................ 15 6.1. PORTUGUESE SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION........................................................... 15 6.2. LIBRARIES..................................................... 16 6.3. LEARNING PORTUGUESE........................ 16 7. TRAVEL & LEISURE............................................ 17 7.1. GETTING AROUND..................................... 17 7.2. CULTURE & PLACES TO VISIT............... 18 4 1. PORTUGAL General Information Located at the extreme southwest of Europe, Portugal is constituted by the continental territory and two Autonomous Regions, the archipelagos of Madeira and Azores (Açores). The Continent is divided into 18 districts. Portugal’s total area is of 92.152 Km2 and there are around 10 million inhabitants. The Portuguese Republic borders Spain North and East and has an extensive maritime coastline South and West that bathes the Atlantic Ocean. The country’s capital is Lisbon and the official language is Portuguese. History Portugal was founded in 1143, being one of the oldest countries in Europe. Until the 5th October 1910, when the foundations of the Modern Portuguese Republic were laid, the Portuguese monarchy had developed a long history of discoveries and conquests in Africa, India and Brazil. In 1926, the parliamentary regime was replaced by a military dictatorship leading to the formation of the Estado Novo in 1933. Democracy was restored 41 years later, on the 25th April 1974, through a nearly bloodless coup, later nicknamed the Revolution of the Carnations, which are still a national symbol of freedom. In the following years, mostly as a consequence of the restoration of democracy, independence was granted to some of Portugal’s last colonies: São Tomé & Principe, Angola, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique and Cape Verde. In 1986, after nine years of negotiations, Portugal joined the EC. Today, it is one of the 27 members of the EU. Political system Portugal is a Parliamentary Republic. The President is directly elected by universal adult suffrage every 5 years. Executive power is exercised by the Council of Ministers. Legislative power is vested in both the government and the Parliament. Since 1975 the party system is dominated by the Socialist Party (Partido Socialista) and Social Democratic Party (Partido Social Democrata). Other political parties include: Bloco de Esquerda, Partido Comunista Português, CDS/Partido Popular. Economy After entering the EC in 1986, Portugal benefited from a significant economic growth and development throughout the 90s, largely thanks to the funds allocated by the European Union to improve the country's infrastructures. Although this scenario changed quite dramatically in th
Aldámiz-Echevarría L1, Bueno MA2, Couce ML3, Lage S1, Dalmau J4, Vitoria I4, Andrade F1, Llarena M1, Blasco J5, Alcalde C6, Gil D7, García MC8, González-Lamuño D9, Ruiz M10, Ruiz MA11, González D12, Sánchez-Valverde F13. Author information 1Division of Metabolism, Cruces University Hospital, Plaza de Cruces, s/n, 48903 Barakaldo, Spain. 2Metabolic Disorders, Dietetics and Nutrition Unit, Virgen del Rocío University Hospital, Avda. Manuel Siurot, s/n, 41013 Sevilla, Spain. 3Unit of Diagnosis and Treatment of Congenital Metabolic Diseases, Department of Pediatrics, Hospital Clínico Universitario de Santiago de Compostela, CIBERER, Health Research Institute of Santiago de Compostela (IDIS), A Choupana, s/n, 15706 Santiago de Compostela, A Coruña, Spain. 4Nutrition and Metabolopathologies Unit, La Fe University Hospital, Bulevar Sur, s/n, 46026 Valencia, Spain. 5Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Child Nutrition Unit, Carlos Haya University Hospital, Avda. Arroyo de los Ángeles, s/n, 29011 Málaga, Spain. 6Paediatrics Unit, Río Hortega University Hospital, Calle Dulzaina, 2, 47012 Valladolid, Spain. 7Gastroenterology Unit, Virgen de la Arrixaca University Hospital, Ctra. Madrid-Cartagena, s/n, 30120 El Palmar, Murcia, Spain. 8Metabolic Pathologies Unit, Miguel Servet University Hospital, Paseo de Isabel La Católica, 1-3, 50009 Zaragoza, Spain. 9Nephrology and Metabolism Unit, Marqués de Valdecilla University Hospital, Avda. Valdecilla, 25, 39008 Santander, Spain. 10Paediatrics Unit, Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria University Hospital, Carretera del Rosario, 145, 38010 Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain. 11Metabolic Pathologies and Neuropaediatrics Unit, Son Espases University Hospital, Carretera de Valldemossa, 79, 07120 Palma de Mallorca, Spain. 12Metabolic Pathologies Unit, Maternal and Child Hospital, Calle de la Violeta, 1, 06010 Badajoz, Spain. 13Gastroenterology and Paediatric Nutrition Unit, Virgen del Camino Hospital, Calle de Irunlarrea, 4, 31008 Pamplona, Spain. Erratum for Tetrahydrobiopterin therapy vs phenylalanine-restricted diet: impact on growth in PKU. [Mol Genet Metab. 2013] PMID: 25877475 [PubMed]
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Aldámiz-Echevarría L1, Bueno MA2, Couce ML3, Lage S1, Dalmau J4, Vitoria I4, Andrade F1, Llarena M1, Blasco J5, Alcalde C6, Gil D7, García MC8, González-Lamuño D9, Ruiz M10, Ruiz MA11, González D12, Sánchez-Valverde F13. Author information 1Division of Metabolism, Cruces University Hospital, Plaza de Cruces, s/n, 48903 Barakaldo, Spain. 2Metabolic Disorders, Dietetics and Nutrition Unit, Virgen del Rocío University Hospital, Avda. Manuel Siurot, s/n, 41013 Sevilla, Spain. 3Unit of Diagnosis and Treatment of Congenital Metabolic Diseases, Department of Pediatrics, Hospital Clínico Universitario de Santiago de Compostela, CIBERER, Health Research Institute of Santiago de Compostela (IDIS), A Choupana, s/n, 15706 Santiago de Compostela, A Coruña, Spain. 4Nutrition and Metabolopathologies Unit, La Fe University Hospital, Bulevar Sur, s/n, 46026 Valencia, Spain. 5Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Child Nutrition Unit, Carlos Haya University Hospital, Avda. Arroyo de los Ángeles, s/n, 29011 Málaga, Spain. 6Paediatrics Unit, Río Hortega University Hospital, Calle Dulzaina, 2, 47012 Valladolid, Spain. 7Gastroenterology Unit, Virgen de la Arrixaca University Hospital, Ctra. Madrid-Cartagena, s/n, 30120 El Palmar, Murcia, Spain. 8Metabolic Pathologies Unit, Miguel Servet University Hospital, Paseo de Isabel La Católica, 1-3, 50009 Zaragoza, Spain. 9Nephrology and Metabolism Unit, Marqués de Valdecilla University Hospital, Avda. Valdecilla, 25, 39008 Santander, Spain. 10Paediatrics Unit, Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria University Hospital, Carretera del Rosario, 145, 38010 Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain. 11Metabolic Pathologies and Neuropaediatrics Unit, Son Espases University Hospital, Carretera de Valldemossa, 79, 07120 Palma de Mallorca, Spain. 12Metabolic Pathologies Unit, Maternal and Child Hospital, Calle de la Violeta, 1, 06010 Badajoz, Spain. 13Gastroenterology and Paediatric Nutrition Unit, Virgen del Camino Hospital, Calle de Irunlarrea, 4, 31008 Pamplona, Spain. Erratum for Tetrahydrobiopterin therapy vs phenylalanine-restricted diet: impact on growth in PKU. [Mol Genet Metab. 2013] PMID: 25877475 [PubMed]
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More than 175 years ago, Albert Gallatin, the distinguished statesman who served as secretary of the treasury under Presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, declared his intention to establish "in this immense and fast-growing city ... a system of rational and practical education fitting for all and graciously opened to all." Founded in 1831, New York University is now one of the largest private universities in the United States. Of the more than 3,000 colleges and universities in America, New York University is one of only 60 member institutions of the distinguished Association of American Universities. From a student body of 158 during NYU's very first semester, enrollment has grown to more than 50,000 students at... continued below Play Video Previous Slide Carousel Nav Carousel Nav Next Slide Entrepreneurship at NYU Connect Startup Connection NYU fosters innovation and entrepreneurship across the University through a wide variety of offerings both inside and outside the classroom. Read More New York is a big city and surprisingly small at the same time. It will take time to come out of the subway and know which direction you're facing. Read more Going uptown, downtown, or across town, NYU transportation can get you where you need to go. Read more Space is at a premium in NYC. Help your parents find a place to stay that isn't the futon in your studio. Read more Academics, global, NYU in NYC, and sustainability are the framework of the NYU 2031 plan to keep the University on course for its 200th anniversary. Learn more When was the University founded? What's our favorite color? What if someone asks you to sing the Alma Mater with them? How many students actually go to NYU? Brush up 008-nyuBuildings History Albert Gallatin established NYU “in this immense and fast-growing city." Read More Awards, research news, publications, events, and information from our local experts can be found at the University's primary news source. Keep up-to-date on University news. Read more Intellectual property and ethical standards that guide our University and its enterprise. Learn more continued from above ... three degree-granting campuses in New York City, Abu Dhabi, and Shanghai, and at study away sites in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North and South America. Today, students come from every state in the union and from 133 foreign countries. The faculty, which initially consisted of fourteen professors and lecturers (among them artist and inventor Samuel F. B. Morse), now totals over 4,500 full-time members whose research and teaching encompasses arts and media; business; law; education; health and medicine; humanities and social sciences; science, technology, engineering, and math; public administration; the ancient world; and continuing professional studies. With more than 2,500 courses offered, the University awards more than 25 different degrees. Although overall the University is large, the individuals schools and colleges are small- to moderate-sized units – each with its own traditions, programs, and faculty – and there are many communities to be found within the NYU community based on interests, activities, and shared experiences. The center of NYU is its New York City campus in the heart of Greenwich Village. One of the most creative and energetic cities in the world, New York City has attracted generations of artists, entrepreneurs, and intellectuals. NYU, in keeping with its founder’s vision, is “in and of the city”: the University – which has no walls and no gates – is deeply intertwined with New York City, drawing inspiration from its vitality. NYU Mission Statement Great cities are engines of creativity, and New York University takes its name and spirit from one of the busiest, most diverse and dynamic cities of all. The University lives within New York and other great cities, from Abu Dhabi to Shanghai, Paris to Prague, Sydney to Buenos Aires—all magnets for talented, ambitious people. Thriving beyond borders and across academic disciplines, NYU has emerged as one of the most networked and extensive worldwide platform for learning, teaching, researching, building knowledge, and inventing new ways to meet humanity’s challenges. Its students, faculty and alumni feed off the stimulating power of swirling intellectual and cultural experiences by mastering academic disciplines, expressing themselves in the arts, and excelling in demanding professions. New York University’s mission is to be a top quality international center of scholarship, teaching and research. This involves retaining and attracting outstanding faculty who are leaders in their fields, encouraging them to create programs that draw outstanding students, and providing an intellectually rich environment. NYU seeks to take academic and cultural advantage of its location and to embrace diversity among faculty, staff and students to ensure a w
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More than 175 years ago, Albert Gallatin, the distinguished statesman who served as secretary of the treasury under Presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, declared his intention to establish "in this immense and fast-growing city ... a system of rational and practical education fitting for all and graciously opened to all." Founded in 1831, New York University is now one of the largest private universities in the United States. Of the more than 3,000 colleges and universities in America, New York University is one of only 60 member institutions of the distinguished Association of American Universities. From a student body of 158 during NYU's very first semester, enrollment has grown to more than 50,000 students at... continued below Play Video Previous Slide Carousel Nav Carousel Nav Next Slide Entrepreneurship at NYU Connect Startup Connection NYU fosters innovation and entrepreneurship across the University through a wide variety of offerings both inside and outside the classroom. Read More New York is a big city and surprisingly small at the same time. It will take time to come out of the subway and know which direction you're facing. Read more Going uptown, downtown, or across town, NYU transportation can get you where you need to go. Read more Space is at a premium in NYC. Help your parents find a place to stay that isn't the futon in your studio. Read more Academics, global, NYU in NYC, and sustainability are the framework of the NYU 2031 plan to keep the University on course for its 200th anniversary. Learn more When was the University founded? What's our favorite color? What if someone asks you to sing the Alma Mater with them? How many students actually go to NYU? Brush up 008-nyuBuildings History Albert Gallatin established NYU “in this immense and fast-growing city." Read More Awards, research news, publications, events, and information from our local experts can be found at the University's primary news source. Keep up-to-date on University news. Read more Intellectual property and ethical standards that guide our University and its enterprise. Learn more continued from above ... three degree-granting campuses in New York City, Abu Dhabi, and Shanghai, and at study away sites in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North and South America. Today, students come from every state in the union and from 133 foreign countries. The faculty, which initially consisted of fourteen professors and lecturers (among them artist and inventor Samuel F. B. Morse), now totals over 4,500 full-time members whose research and teaching encompasses arts and media; business; law; education; health and medicine; humanities and social sciences; science, technology, engineering, and math; public administration; the ancient world; and continuing professional studies. With more than 2,500 courses offered, the University awards more than 25 different degrees. Although overall the University is large, the individuals schools and colleges are small- to moderate-sized units – each with its own traditions, programs, and faculty – and there are many communities to be found within the NYU community based on interests, activities, and shared experiences. The center of NYU is its New York City campus in the heart of Greenwich Village. One of the most creative and energetic cities in the world, New York City has attracted generations of artists, entrepreneurs, and intellectuals. NYU, in keeping with its founder’s vision, is “in and of the city”: the University – which has no walls and no gates – is deeply intertwined with New York City, drawing inspiration from its vitality. NYU Mission Statement Great cities are engines of creativity, and New York University takes its name and spirit from one of the busiest, most diverse and dynamic cities of all. The University lives within New York and other great cities, from Abu Dhabi to Shanghai, Paris to Prague, Sydney to Buenos Aires—all magnets for talented, ambitious people. Thriving beyond borders and across academic disciplines, NYU has emerged as one of the most networked and extensive worldwide platform for learning, teaching, researching, building knowledge, and inventing new ways to meet humanity’s challenges. Its students, faculty and alumni feed off the stimulating power of swirling intellectual and cultural experiences by mastering academic disciplines, expressing themselves in the arts, and excelling in demanding professions. New York University’s mission is to be a top quality international center of scholarship, teaching and research. This involves retaining and attracting outstanding faculty who are leaders in their fields, encouraging them to create programs that draw outstanding students, and providing an intellectually rich environment. NYU seeks to take academic and cultural advantage of its location and to embrace diversity among faculty, staff and students to ensure a w
Accredited Course - Apply the Principles of Change Management in the Workplace Date:06, 13, 20 and 27 July 2016Time:9:00 - 16h00 Venue:BEESA Business Services, 05 Sherborne Road, Unit 03 Sherborne Square, Off Jan Smuts Avenue, ParktownCost:R 8000 ex vat Information: A person credited with this Unit Standard is able to demonstrate an understanding of diversity among people and in particular in a specific workforce, the role and importance played by managing change in attitudes, and the attributes of a good change agent in South Africa. In particular, on completion of this Unit Standard, the learner will be able to: oExplain why change management is an important process for organisations to achieve sustainable trading results oIdentify examples of planned change and reactive change in an organisation oDescribe a model for effective change management and its management oIdentify reasons for resistance to change and indicate ways to overcome them oIdentify the risks inherent in any change management programme and indicate ways to manage them oIdentify and apply the competencies of an effective change agent •UNIT STANDARDS: oSAQA ID - 115407: Apply the principles of change management in the workplace oNQF Level 5 o10 Credits Read More >BOOK NOW Understanding Management Control and the Employment Equity Act - 07 July 2016 Date:2016-July-07Time:9:00 - 13h00 Venue:05 Sherborne Road, Unit 03 Sherborne Square, Off Jan Smuts Avenue, Parktown, JohannesburgCost:R 2000 ex vat Information: The DTI has clarified certain aspects regarding the Management Control element of the B-BBEE Scorecard. The Amended EAP targets and weightings calculations are of particular interest and may impact the scores of companies for the Senior, Middle and Junior Management levels, possibly up to 2 points. There are also interpretive issues which have been identified and which need to be discussed with the Verification Agencies of Measured Entities, specifically as it relates to the measurement of Other Executive Management. Depending on the interpretation applied by the Agency, the scores for this sub-element could vary by as much as 3 points. It is therefore imperative for companies to understand the impact to be able to plan for the improvement of their scores over time, as well as to be able to argue anomalous points with the Verification Agency. The Employment Equity Act, which was signed by President Jacob Zuma on the 01 August 2014 to become law, has introduced a number of significant changes which may affect businesses to a large extent. There have been changes made in relation to definitions, turnover thresholds, unfair and fair discrimination, settling disputes, etc. The concept of “Equal Work for Equal Pay” has also been newly introduced. The Codes of Good Practice for Employment Equity is currently out for public comment, but certain aspects are almost certain to remain unchanged. These should be taken into consideration in implementing Employment Equity, e.g. guidelines to implementing the “Equal Work for Equal Pay” principle, the required format for Employment Equity Plans, as well as some adaptations to the EEA2 and EEA4 Reporting Formats, amongst others. Read More >BOOK NOW Understanding the Skills Development Element - 13 July 2016 Date:2016-July-13Time:9:00 - 13h00 Venue:05 Sherborne Road, Unit 03 Sherborne Square, Off Jan Smuts Avenue, Parktown, JohannesburgCost:R 2000 ex vat Information: Skills Development has been identified as a Priority Element under the New B-BBEE Codes of Good practice. This, along with increased spend and the new EAP (Economically Active Population) targets, requires a business to place a lot more focus on Skills Development to achieve at least the sub-minimum requirement for each category in the element. Failure to reach the new sub-minimum will result in an automatic drop in one BEE Level irrespective of overall scoring. Join us in this workshop to obtain an in-depth understanding of all the changes relating to the Skills Development Element along with ways to maximise your score under the New B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice. Read More >BOOK NOW FREE Intergrated Sustainable BEE Presentation - Multinationals and Large Corporates ONLY- 13 July 2016 Date:2016-July-13Time:9:00 - 11h00 Venue:BEESA Business Services, 05 Sherborne Road, Unit 03 Sherborne Square, Off Jan Smuts Avenue, ParktownCost:Free Information: Multinationals and large corporates in South Africa face unique challenges associated with the use of traditional business management principles and practices. The changing diversity environment in our country requires a extensive shift and enhancement of standard business operations to allow for optimised performance and productivity from a diverse workforce and supply chain. The ISBEE™ Programme consists of a world-class change management approach, which has been tailored
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Accredited Course - Apply the Principles of Change Management in the Workplace Date:06, 13, 20 and 27 July 2016Time:9:00 - 16h00 Venue:BEESA Business Services, 05 Sherborne Road, Unit 03 Sherborne Square, Off Jan Smuts Avenue, ParktownCost:R 8000 ex vat Information: A person credited with this Unit Standard is able to demonstrate an understanding of diversity among people and in particular in a specific workforce, the role and importance played by managing change in attitudes, and the attributes of a good change agent in South Africa. In particular, on completion of this Unit Standard, the learner will be able to: oExplain why change management is an important process for organisations to achieve sustainable trading results oIdentify examples of planned change and reactive change in an organisation oDescribe a model for effective change management and its management oIdentify reasons for resistance to change and indicate ways to overcome them oIdentify the risks inherent in any change management programme and indicate ways to manage them oIdentify and apply the competencies of an effective change agent •UNIT STANDARDS: oSAQA ID - 115407: Apply the principles of change management in the workplace oNQF Level 5 o10 Credits Read More >BOOK NOW Understanding Management Control and the Employment Equity Act - 07 July 2016 Date:2016-July-07Time:9:00 - 13h00 Venue:05 Sherborne Road, Unit 03 Sherborne Square, Off Jan Smuts Avenue, Parktown, JohannesburgCost:R 2000 ex vat Information: The DTI has clarified certain aspects regarding the Management Control element of the B-BBEE Scorecard. The Amended EAP targets and weightings calculations are of particular interest and may impact the scores of companies for the Senior, Middle and Junior Management levels, possibly up to 2 points. There are also interpretive issues which have been identified and which need to be discussed with the Verification Agencies of Measured Entities, specifically as it relates to the measurement of Other Executive Management. Depending on the interpretation applied by the Agency, the scores for this sub-element could vary by as much as 3 points. It is therefore imperative for companies to understand the impact to be able to plan for the improvement of their scores over time, as well as to be able to argue anomalous points with the Verification Agency. The Employment Equity Act, which was signed by President Jacob Zuma on the 01 August 2014 to become law, has introduced a number of significant changes which may affect businesses to a large extent. There have been changes made in relation to definitions, turnover thresholds, unfair and fair discrimination, settling disputes, etc. The concept of “Equal Work for Equal Pay” has also been newly introduced. The Codes of Good Practice for Employment Equity is currently out for public comment, but certain aspects are almost certain to remain unchanged. These should be taken into consideration in implementing Employment Equity, e.g. guidelines to implementing the “Equal Work for Equal Pay” principle, the required format for Employment Equity Plans, as well as some adaptations to the EEA2 and EEA4 Reporting Formats, amongst others. Read More >BOOK NOW Understanding the Skills Development Element - 13 July 2016 Date:2016-July-13Time:9:00 - 13h00 Venue:05 Sherborne Road, Unit 03 Sherborne Square, Off Jan Smuts Avenue, Parktown, JohannesburgCost:R 2000 ex vat Information: Skills Development has been identified as a Priority Element under the New B-BBEE Codes of Good practice. This, along with increased spend and the new EAP (Economically Active Population) targets, requires a business to place a lot more focus on Skills Development to achieve at least the sub-minimum requirement for each category in the element. Failure to reach the new sub-minimum will result in an automatic drop in one BEE Level irrespective of overall scoring. Join us in this workshop to obtain an in-depth understanding of all the changes relating to the Skills Development Element along with ways to maximise your score under the New B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice. Read More >BOOK NOW FREE Intergrated Sustainable BEE Presentation - Multinationals and Large Corporates ONLY- 13 July 2016 Date:2016-July-13Time:9:00 - 11h00 Venue:BEESA Business Services, 05 Sherborne Road, Unit 03 Sherborne Square, Off Jan Smuts Avenue, ParktownCost:Free Information: Multinationals and large corporates in South Africa face unique challenges associated with the use of traditional business management principles and practices. The changing diversity environment in our country requires a extensive shift and enhancement of standard business operations to allow for optimised performance and productivity from a diverse workforce and supply chain. The ISBEE™ Programme consists of a world-class change management approach, which has been tailored
Oxford (/ˈɒksfərd/[4][5]) is a city in the South East region of England and the county town of Oxfordshire. With a population of 159,994[6] it is the 52nd largest city in the United Kingdom,[7][8] and one of the fastest growing and most ethnically diverse.[9][10] Oxford has a broad economic base. Its industries include motor manufacturing, education, publishing and a large number of information technology and science-based businesses, some being academic offshoots. The city is known worldwide as the home of the University of Oxford, the oldest university in the English-speaking world.[11] Buildings in Oxford demonstrate notable examples of every English architectural period since the late Saxon period. Oxford is known as the "city of dreaming spires", a term coined by poet Matthew Arnold. History[edit] Main article: History of Oxford See also: Timeline of Oxford Medieval[edit] Oxford was first settled in Saxon times and was initially known as "Oxenaforda", meaning "Ford of the Oxen" (according to the English Place-Name Society,[12] who base their result on a passing reference in Florence of Worcester's work "Chronicon ex chronicis"); fords were more common than bridges at that time.[13] It began with the establishment of a river crossing for oxen around AD 900. In the 10th century, Oxford became an important military frontier town between the kingdoms of Mercia and Wessex and was on several occasions raided by Danes. Oxford was heavily damaged during the Norman Invasion of 1066. Following the conquest, the town was assigned to a governor, Robert D'Oyly, who ordered the construction of Oxford Castle to confirm Norman authority over the area. The castle has never been used for military purposes[dubious – discuss] and its remains survive to this day. D'Oyly set up a monastic community in the castle consisting of a chapel and living quarters for monks (St George in the Castle). The community never grew large but it earned its place in history as one of Britain's oldest places of formal education. It was there that in 1139 Geoffrey of Monmouth wrote his History of the Kings of Britain, a compilation of Arthurian legends.[14] In 1191, a city charter stated in Latin,[15] "Be it known to all those present and future that we, the citizens of Oxford of the Commune of the City and of the Merchant Guild have given, and by this, our present charter, confirm the donation of the island of Midney with all those things pertaining to it, to the Church of St. Mary at Oseney and to the canons serving God in that place. "Since, every year, at Michaelmas the said canons render half a mark of silver for their tenure at the time when we have ordered it as witnesses the legal deed of our ancestors which they made concerning the gift of this same island; and besides, because we have undertaken on our own part and on behalf of our heirs to guarantee the aforesaid island to the same canons wheresoever and against all men; they themselves, by this guarantee, will pay to us and our heirs each year at Easter another half mark which we have demanded; and we and our heirs faithfully will guarantee the aforesaid tenement to them for the service of the aforesaid mark annually for all matters and all services. "We have made this concession and confirmation in the Common council of the City and we have confirmed it with our common seal. These are those who have made this concession and confirmation." (There follows a list of witnesses, ending with the phrase, "... and all the Commune of the City of Oxford.") Oxford's prestige was enhanced by its charter granted by King Henry II, granting its citizens the same privileges and exemptions as those enjoyed by the capital of the kingdom; and various important religious houses were founded in or near the city. A grandson of King John established Rewley Abbey for the Cistercian Order; and friars of various orders (Dominicans, Franciscans, Carmelites, Augustinians and Trinitarians) all had houses of varying importance at Oxford. Parliaments were often held in the city during the 13th century. The Provisions of Oxford were instigated by a group of barons led by Simon de Montfort; these documents are often regarded as England's first written constitution. Richard I of England (reigned 6 July 1189 – 6 April 1199) and John, King of England (reigned 6 April 1199 – 19 October 1216) the sons of Henry II of England, were both born at Beaumont Palace in Oxford, on 8 September 1157 and 24 December 1166 respectively. A plaque in Beaumont Street commemorates these events. The University of Oxford is first mentioned in 12th century records. Of the hundreds of Aularian houses that sprang up across the city, only St Edmund Hall (c. 1225) remains. What put an end to the halls was the emergence of colleges. Oxford's earliest colleges were University College (1249), Balliol (1263) and Merton (1264). These colleges were established at a time when Europeans were starting to translate the w
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Oxford (/ˈɒksfərd/[4][5]) is a city in the South East region of England and the county town of Oxfordshire. With a population of 159,994[6] it is the 52nd largest city in the United Kingdom,[7][8] and one of the fastest growing and most ethnically diverse.[9][10] Oxford has a broad economic base. Its industries include motor manufacturing, education, publishing and a large number of information technology and science-based businesses, some being academic offshoots. The city is known worldwide as the home of the University of Oxford, the oldest university in the English-speaking world.[11] Buildings in Oxford demonstrate notable examples of every English architectural period since the late Saxon period. Oxford is known as the "city of dreaming spires", a term coined by poet Matthew Arnold. History[edit] Main article: History of Oxford See also: Timeline of Oxford Medieval[edit] Oxford was first settled in Saxon times and was initially known as "Oxenaforda", meaning "Ford of the Oxen" (according to the English Place-Name Society,[12] who base their result on a passing reference in Florence of Worcester's work "Chronicon ex chronicis"); fords were more common than bridges at that time.[13] It began with the establishment of a river crossing for oxen around AD 900. In the 10th century, Oxford became an important military frontier town between the kingdoms of Mercia and Wessex and was on several occasions raided by Danes. Oxford was heavily damaged during the Norman Invasion of 1066. Following the conquest, the town was assigned to a governor, Robert D'Oyly, who ordered the construction of Oxford Castle to confirm Norman authority over the area. The castle has never been used for military purposes[dubious – discuss] and its remains survive to this day. D'Oyly set up a monastic community in the castle consisting of a chapel and living quarters for monks (St George in the Castle). The community never grew large but it earned its place in history as one of Britain's oldest places of formal education. It was there that in 1139 Geoffrey of Monmouth wrote his History of the Kings of Britain, a compilation of Arthurian legends.[14] In 1191, a city charter stated in Latin,[15] "Be it known to all those present and future that we, the citizens of Oxford of the Commune of the City and of the Merchant Guild have given, and by this, our present charter, confirm the donation of the island of Midney with all those things pertaining to it, to the Church of St. Mary at Oseney and to the canons serving God in that place. "Since, every year, at Michaelmas the said canons render half a mark of silver for their tenure at the time when we have ordered it as witnesses the legal deed of our ancestors which they made concerning the gift of this same island; and besides, because we have undertaken on our own part and on behalf of our heirs to guarantee the aforesaid island to the same canons wheresoever and against all men; they themselves, by this guarantee, will pay to us and our heirs each year at Easter another half mark which we have demanded; and we and our heirs faithfully will guarantee the aforesaid tenement to them for the service of the aforesaid mark annually for all matters and all services. "We have made this concession and confirmation in the Common council of the City and we have confirmed it with our common seal. These are those who have made this concession and confirmation." (There follows a list of witnesses, ending with the phrase, "... and all the Commune of the City of Oxford.") Oxford's prestige was enhanced by its charter granted by King Henry II, granting its citizens the same privileges and exemptions as those enjoyed by the capital of the kingdom; and various important religious houses were founded in or near the city. A grandson of King John established Rewley Abbey for the Cistercian Order; and friars of various orders (Dominicans, Franciscans, Carmelites, Augustinians and Trinitarians) all had houses of varying importance at Oxford. Parliaments were often held in the city during the 13th century. The Provisions of Oxford were instigated by a group of barons led by Simon de Montfort; these documents are often regarded as England's first written constitution. Richard I of England (reigned 6 July 1189 – 6 April 1199) and John, King of England (reigned 6 April 1199 – 19 October 1216) the sons of Henry II of England, were both born at Beaumont Palace in Oxford, on 8 September 1157 and 24 December 1166 respectively. A plaque in Beaumont Street commemorates these events. The University of Oxford is first mentioned in 12th century records. Of the hundreds of Aularian houses that sprang up across the city, only St Edmund Hall (c. 1225) remains. What put an end to the halls was the emergence of colleges. Oxford's earliest colleges were University College (1249), Balliol (1263) and Merton (1264). These colleges were established at a time when Europeans were starting to translate the w
Established in the early 1950's under the leadership of the late Shri P.D. Hinduja, our vision is to deliver quality healthcare. As an ultramodern tertiary care hospital in Mumbai, India we are motivated to lead the pathway to medical excellence with world-class healthcare treatments and services. From introducing the best in international healthcare to India to pioneering in application of technology, our commitment towards excellence can be affirmed by over 13 million patients we have treated and the accolades achieved in our journey to achieve 'Quality Healthcare for All'.
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Established in the early 1950's under the leadership of the late Shri P.D. Hinduja, our vision is to deliver quality healthcare. As an ultramodern tertiary care hospital in Mumbai, India we are motivated to lead the pathway to medical excellence with world-class healthcare treatments and services. From introducing the best in international healthcare to India to pioneering in application of technology, our commitment towards excellence can be affirmed by over 13 million patients we have treated and the accolades achieved in our journey to achieve 'Quality Healthcare for All'.
Contact the Residencial Horizonte Hotel Lisbon Address: Avenida Antonio Augusto de Aguiar, 42 1050-017 Lisboa Portugal Phone: (+351) 213 539 526 Fax: (+351) 213 538 474 E-mail: geral@residencialhorizonte.pt Web page: www.hotelhorizonte.com Accessibilities We are located in front of Parque Underground Station, in blue line. And 200 metres distance from Marquês de Pombal. Blue Line - access to the Estadio da Luz (Benfica Stadium), Zoo, Historical Downtown (Baixa-Chiado station) and Santa Apolónia (trains) Yellow Line - access to Saldanha (shops, cinemas), to Campo Pequeno (Bullfighting, restaurants, shops, cinemas) Red Line (in the Blue Line get out at S. Sebastião station and switch to the Red Line) - access to Gare do Oriente (trains, buses), Lisbon Oceanarium, Atlantic Pavilion, Shopping Center Vasco da Gama and so on. Green Line access to Cais do Sodré, Historical Downtoun, Roma-Areeiro Train Station and Alvalade Stadium. Buses (Carris) Belém and Jerónimos’ Monastery Bus 727 connection between Restelo/Descobertas Ave. and Roma-Areeiro Train Station (by Marquês de Pombal). Alcântara and 24 de Julho Ave. Bus 738 connection between Alto de Amaro and Quinta dos Barros (by Marquês de Pombal) Bus 720 connection between Picheleira and Calvário (by Marquês de Pombal). Bus 727 connection between Restelo/Descobertas Ave. and Roma-Areeiro Train Station (by Marquês de Pombal). Aeroporto (passangers with luggage) Bus 91 (Aerobus) connection between Cais de Sodré and Airport (by Marquês de Pombal). Comércio Square and Santa Apolónia Train Station Bus 745 connection between Prior Velho and Santa Apolónia Train Station (by Marquês de Pombal). Sé and St. George’s Castle Bus 737 connection between Square of Figueira and St. George’s Castle. Trains CP Passenger Line to Cascais (Cascais, Estoril) From Cais do Sodré (Lisbon) CP Passenger Line to Sintra From Rossio (Lisbon) Intercity, regional and Alfa Trains - Gare do Oriente and Santa Apolónia (both in Lisbon) to several destinations in Portugal, Spain and France. Including Interrails. Starting at Residencial Horizonte Hotel in Lisbon to get to: To the Lisbon International Airport - 6.1 km (about 30 minutes by car or 45 minutes by public transport - bus 91 with departure of the Marquês of Pombal and destination to the airport. To St. George's Castle - 3.4 km (about 20 minutes by car or 30 minutes by public transport - Underground Blue Line, the Parque station in the direction to Santa Apolónia. Get out at the National Palace and make the rest of the journey on foot. Or Underground Blue Line, the Parque station in the direction of Santa Apolónia. Get out at Restauradores, walk to the square of Figueira and take the bus 737 (Praça da Figueira - Castle ). To Belem (Discoveries) - 10.8 km (approximately 15 minutes by car or public transport - Underground Blue Line, the Parque station in the direction of Santa Apolónia. Get out at Baixa-Chiado station and take the Green Line to Cais do Sodré + Cascais train line bound for Lisbon and exit at Belém train station. You can also take bus 727 on Marquês de Pombal. To Alcântara - 6.2 km (about 15 minutes by car or 30 minutes by public transport Buses 738, 720 and 727 stop at Marquês de Pombal. To the Gare do Oriente - 10.3 km (approximately 20 minutes by car or public transport - Underground, Blue Line, the Parque Station in the direction to Amadora Este, and switch to Red Line on S. Sebastião and exit at Oriente. To Sintra - 29.4 km (approximately 45 minutes by car or public transport - Underground Blue Line, the Parque station, take direction to Santa Apolónia and exit on Restauradores. You can access to trains to Sintra directly from there.
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Contact the Residencial Horizonte Hotel Lisbon Address: Avenida Antonio Augusto de Aguiar, 42 1050-017 Lisboa Portugal Phone: (+351) 213 539 526 Fax: (+351) 213 538 474 E-mail: geral@residencialhorizonte.pt Web page: www.hotelhorizonte.com Accessibilities We are located in front of Parque Underground Station, in blue line. And 200 metres distance from Marquês de Pombal. Blue Line - access to the Estadio da Luz (Benfica Stadium), Zoo, Historical Downtown (Baixa-Chiado station) and Santa Apolónia (trains) Yellow Line - access to Saldanha (shops, cinemas), to Campo Pequeno (Bullfighting, restaurants, shops, cinemas) Red Line (in the Blue Line get out at S. Sebastião station and switch to the Red Line) - access to Gare do Oriente (trains, buses), Lisbon Oceanarium, Atlantic Pavilion, Shopping Center Vasco da Gama and so on. Green Line access to Cais do Sodré, Historical Downtoun, Roma-Areeiro Train Station and Alvalade Stadium. Buses (Carris) Belém and Jerónimos’ Monastery Bus 727 connection between Restelo/Descobertas Ave. and Roma-Areeiro Train Station (by Marquês de Pombal). Alcântara and 24 de Julho Ave. Bus 738 connection between Alto de Amaro and Quinta dos Barros (by Marquês de Pombal) Bus 720 connection between Picheleira and Calvário (by Marquês de Pombal). Bus 727 connection between Restelo/Descobertas Ave. and Roma-Areeiro Train Station (by Marquês de Pombal). Aeroporto (passangers with luggage) Bus 91 (Aerobus) connection between Cais de Sodré and Airport (by Marquês de Pombal). Comércio Square and Santa Apolónia Train Station Bus 745 connection between Prior Velho and Santa Apolónia Train Station (by Marquês de Pombal). Sé and St. George’s Castle Bus 737 connection between Square of Figueira and St. George’s Castle. Trains CP Passenger Line to Cascais (Cascais, Estoril) From Cais do Sodré (Lisbon) CP Passenger Line to Sintra From Rossio (Lisbon) Intercity, regional and Alfa Trains - Gare do Oriente and Santa Apolónia (both in Lisbon) to several destinations in Portugal, Spain and France. Including Interrails. Starting at Residencial Horizonte Hotel in Lisbon to get to: To the Lisbon International Airport - 6.1 km (about 30 minutes by car or 45 minutes by public transport - bus 91 with departure of the Marquês of Pombal and destination to the airport. To St. George's Castle - 3.4 km (about 20 minutes by car or 30 minutes by public transport - Underground Blue Line, the Parque station in the direction to Santa Apolónia. Get out at the National Palace and make the rest of the journey on foot. Or Underground Blue Line, the Parque station in the direction of Santa Apolónia. Get out at Restauradores, walk to the square of Figueira and take the bus 737 (Praça da Figueira - Castle ). To Belem (Discoveries) - 10.8 km (approximately 15 minutes by car or public transport - Underground Blue Line, the Parque station in the direction of Santa Apolónia. Get out at Baixa-Chiado station and take the Green Line to Cais do Sodré + Cascais train line bound for Lisbon and exit at Belém train station. You can also take bus 727 on Marquês de Pombal. To Alcântara - 6.2 km (about 15 minutes by car or 30 minutes by public transport Buses 738, 720 and 727 stop at Marquês de Pombal. To the Gare do Oriente - 10.3 km (approximately 20 minutes by car or public transport - Underground, Blue Line, the Parque Station in the direction to Amadora Este, and switch to Red Line on S. Sebastião and exit at Oriente. To Sintra - 29.4 km (approximately 45 minutes by car or public transport - Underground Blue Line, the Parque station, take direction to Santa Apolónia and exit on Restauradores. You can access to trains to Sintra directly from there.
Hospital, Medical School, and College Science Building Kuala Lumpur Save Share Tips 211 Nancy N. "Always crowded..u got appt time fixed."(2 Tips) Eida M. "If you want to get parking -come before 8 am on working day."(38 Tips) Ow Jin Ai "The doctors and nurses are so friendly... :)"(15 Tips) Ija A. "Staff muka x maneh... Otot keras kut nk snyum pon x mampu!!!"(22 Tips) See what your friends are saying about Universiti Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC/PPUM). By creating an account you are able to follow friends and experts you trust and see the places they’ve recommended. Sign up with FacebookorSign up with email 211 Tips and reviews Search tips... FILTER: livercomfy bedswifinasi lemakbreakfast food(15 more) Log in to leave a tip here.Post SORT: RECENTPOPULAR Lynda C. Lynda CG2 weeks ago Good emergency team. Fast and efficient UpvoteDownvote Eleazar EleazarAugust 7, 2015 Need a ride to or back from PPUM? Use the invite code, uberklfree, and get a free ride up to RM40. Redeem it at https://www.uber.com/invite/uberklfree UpvoteDownvote yumio t. yumio tayJuly 23, 2015 Visit Best Frenz new born baby:-) UpvoteDownvote yumio t. yumio tayJuly 23, 2015 Visit best frenz new born baby:-) UpvoteDownvote yumio t. yumio tayJuly 23, 2015 visit best frenz new born baby UpvoteDownvote @Macvhustle @MacvhustleJuly 21, 2015 Went there with japanese friend. The receptionist is very rude, replying aggressively. Went few times with same attitude, we switched to another medical provider. :( #universitimalayamedicalcentre UpvoteDownvote Khairul Sabariah S. Khairul Sabariah SleimanJune 27, 2015 Can i make a complaint and suggestion here? UpvoteDownvote llanfair (. llanfair (Llanfair)June 26, 2015 *general staff UpvoteDownvote llanfair (. llanfair (Llanfair)June 26, 2015 ..u are crazy so he takes advantage of that. General are also arrogant. To behave in this manner during Ramadhan is deplorable .. Imagine their behaviour after Ramadhan! UpvoteDownvote llanfair (. llanfair (Llanfair)June 26, 2015 If anyone goes to see a doctor at the psychiatric clinic.. you're at the mercy of the staff there, unruly security staff Nazri is vile and acts like a bouncer and you can they conclude that u are .. UpvoteDownvote Megat A. Megat AzwanApril 7, 2015 Confusing floor plan. Weird lifts. Secret Recipe in a hospital, what an irony. Come and donate your blood every three months guys ! UpvoteDownvote Azhar H. Azhar HajiApril 1, 2015 My bro admited here 6 days already UpvoteDownvote Pang Boon Y. Pang Boon YeohFebruary 1, 2015 In my mind, one of the best hospital in Malaysia. We rather come here than to throw our good money away at private hospitals. UpvoteDownvote GABRIEL HUSSEIN L. GABRIEL HUSSEIN LUCMANJanuary 13, 2015 Its hard being an outsider... UpvoteDownvote Roslan 2. Roslan 2020December 13, 2014 Admitted after operation last week UpvoteDownvote Dhivya DhivyaNovember 1, 2014 Better than before. Still need improvement UpvoteDownvote Ammar Y. Ammar YusopOctober 30, 2014 Best study here UpvoteDownvote versuslawan m. versuslawan moiOctober 21, 2014 So what is the plot ratio...?.. UpvoteDownvote MyThinkerBell MyThinkerBellOctober 13, 2014 Parking here now accepts Touch n' Go. UpvoteDownvote Frankie T. Frankie TseuOctober 8, 2014 Very outstanding hospital in the city. I am admitted to this hospital twice and the nurses and doctors play their own role. Is a semi government-funds hospital. UpvoteDownvote Pui Ee H. Pui Ee HoSeptember 7, 2014 Must come very early for parking, and wait for a long time for doctors appointment. However, nurses and doctors are quite friendly. Would be thankful if the parking rates can be lowered.
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Hospital, Medical School, and College Science Building Kuala Lumpur Save Share Tips 211 Nancy N. "Always crowded..u got appt time fixed."(2 Tips) Eida M. "If you want to get parking -come before 8 am on working day."(38 Tips) Ow Jin Ai "The doctors and nurses are so friendly... :)"(15 Tips) Ija A. "Staff muka x maneh... Otot keras kut nk snyum pon x mampu!!!"(22 Tips) See what your friends are saying about Universiti Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC/PPUM). By creating an account you are able to follow friends and experts you trust and see the places they’ve recommended. Sign up with FacebookorSign up with email 211 Tips and reviews Search tips... FILTER: livercomfy bedswifinasi lemakbreakfast food(15 more) Log in to leave a tip here.Post SORT: RECENTPOPULAR Lynda C. Lynda CG2 weeks ago Good emergency team. Fast and efficient UpvoteDownvote Eleazar EleazarAugust 7, 2015 Need a ride to or back from PPUM? Use the invite code, uberklfree, and get a free ride up to RM40. Redeem it at https://www.uber.com/invite/uberklfree UpvoteDownvote yumio t. yumio tayJuly 23, 2015 Visit Best Frenz new born baby:-) UpvoteDownvote yumio t. yumio tayJuly 23, 2015 Visit best frenz new born baby:-) UpvoteDownvote yumio t. yumio tayJuly 23, 2015 visit best frenz new born baby UpvoteDownvote @Macvhustle @MacvhustleJuly 21, 2015 Went there with japanese friend. The receptionist is very rude, replying aggressively. Went few times with same attitude, we switched to another medical provider. :( #universitimalayamedicalcentre UpvoteDownvote Khairul Sabariah S. Khairul Sabariah SleimanJune 27, 2015 Can i make a complaint and suggestion here? UpvoteDownvote llanfair (. llanfair (Llanfair)June 26, 2015 *general staff UpvoteDownvote llanfair (. llanfair (Llanfair)June 26, 2015 ..u are crazy so he takes advantage of that. General are also arrogant. To behave in this manner during Ramadhan is deplorable .. Imagine their behaviour after Ramadhan! UpvoteDownvote llanfair (. llanfair (Llanfair)June 26, 2015 If anyone goes to see a doctor at the psychiatric clinic.. you're at the mercy of the staff there, unruly security staff Nazri is vile and acts like a bouncer and you can they conclude that u are .. UpvoteDownvote Megat A. Megat AzwanApril 7, 2015 Confusing floor plan. Weird lifts. Secret Recipe in a hospital, what an irony. Come and donate your blood every three months guys ! UpvoteDownvote Azhar H. Azhar HajiApril 1, 2015 My bro admited here 6 days already UpvoteDownvote Pang Boon Y. Pang Boon YeohFebruary 1, 2015 In my mind, one of the best hospital in Malaysia. We rather come here than to throw our good money away at private hospitals. UpvoteDownvote GABRIEL HUSSEIN L. GABRIEL HUSSEIN LUCMANJanuary 13, 2015 Its hard being an outsider... UpvoteDownvote Roslan 2. Roslan 2020December 13, 2014 Admitted after operation last week UpvoteDownvote Dhivya DhivyaNovember 1, 2014 Better than before. Still need improvement UpvoteDownvote Ammar Y. Ammar YusopOctober 30, 2014 Best study here UpvoteDownvote versuslawan m. versuslawan moiOctober 21, 2014 So what is the plot ratio...?.. UpvoteDownvote MyThinkerBell MyThinkerBellOctober 13, 2014 Parking here now accepts Touch n' Go. UpvoteDownvote Frankie T. Frankie TseuOctober 8, 2014 Very outstanding hospital in the city. I am admitted to this hospital twice and the nurses and doctors play their own role. Is a semi government-funds hospital. UpvoteDownvote Pui Ee H. Pui Ee HoSeptember 7, 2014 Must come very early for parking, and wait for a long time for doctors appointment. However, nurses and doctors are quite friendly. Would be thankful if the parking rates can be lowered.
We’ve planted our first flag in one of our favourite neighbourhoods. Our East London hotel is on the footsteps of the City of London and at the heart of what is London’s most lively square mile with some of the city’s best street food, art galleries, boutiques, creative businesses and nightlife, all glued together with local people who make it more than just a tourist spot. + READ Quick Links QBI ROOMS GALLERY LOCATION Stay With Qbic FREE WIFI Select Location Promo Code Add Code Arrival 02/08/2016 Departure 03/08/2016 BOOK NOW BEST RATES ALWAYS DIRECT Qbic Quintessentials FREE & FAST WIFI RAIN SHOWER GREAT SERVICE THE BEST BED SQUEAKY CLEAN
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We’ve planted our first flag in one of our favourite neighbourhoods. Our East London hotel is on the footsteps of the City of London and at the heart of what is London’s most lively square mile with some of the city’s best street food, art galleries, boutiques, creative businesses and nightlife, all glued together with local people who make it more than just a tourist spot. + READ Quick Links QBI ROOMS GALLERY LOCATION Stay With Qbic FREE WIFI Select Location Promo Code Add Code Arrival 02/08/2016 Departure 03/08/2016 BOOK NOW BEST RATES ALWAYS DIRECT Qbic Quintessentials FREE & FAST WIFI RAIN SHOWER GREAT SERVICE THE BEST BED SQUEAKY CLEAN
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Location Quinte Health Care Belleville General Hospital 
265 Dundas Street East
Belleville, Ontario
K8N 5A9
 Phone: (613) 969-7400 - 
Fax: (613) 968-8234 Directions, Parking and Public Transport For direction parking or public transport information please visit this page. Services *For a copy of the Patient Services Directory for QHC BGH, which includes a list of services, information on parking, visiting hours, cafeteria locations and more, please click here. Quinte Health Care Belleville General Hospital currently provides primary and secondary care with a total of 206 beds, and offers a full range of clinics, diagnostic services, support services and outreach programs, including: Cardiology Complex Continuing Care Children's Treatment Centre Clinical Nutrition (Registered Dieticians) Diabetes Education & Management Emergency Services (24 hours a day, every day) Intensive Care Laboratory Maternal/Child Service (including Obstetrics, Neonatal Care, Paediatrics) Medical Day Clinic Medical Service Oncology Outpatient Clinics Orthopaedics Pharmacy Psychiatry/Mental Health Services Radiology/Diagnostic Services (including CT Scanning and Nuclear Medicine) Rehabilitation Stroke - District Stroke Centre and Stroke Prevention Clinic Surgical Service Symptom Management/Palliative Care
QHC Belleville General Hospital Emergency Department
265 Dundas St E
Location Quinte Health Care Belleville General Hospital 
265 Dundas Street East
Belleville, Ontario
K8N 5A9
 Phone: (613) 969-7400 - 
Fax: (613) 968-8234 Directions, Parking and Public Transport For direction parking or public transport information please visit this page. Services *For a copy of the Patient Services Directory for QHC BGH, which includes a list of services, information on parking, visiting hours, cafeteria locations and more, please click here. Quinte Health Care Belleville General Hospital currently provides primary and secondary care with a total of 206 beds, and offers a full range of clinics, diagnostic services, support services and outreach programs, including: Cardiology Complex Continuing Care Children's Treatment Centre Clinical Nutrition (Registered Dieticians) Diabetes Education & Management Emergency Services (24 hours a day, every day) Intensive Care Laboratory Maternal/Child Service (including Obstetrics, Neonatal Care, Paediatrics) Medical Day Clinic Medical Service Oncology Outpatient Clinics Orthopaedics Pharmacy Psychiatry/Mental Health Services Radiology/Diagnostic Services (including CT Scanning and Nuclear Medicine) Rehabilitation Stroke - District Stroke Centre and Stroke Prevention Clinic Surgical Service Symptom Management/Palliative Care
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All 5 clinics that provide Dentistry in Kondapur How do we rank our clinics? Map data ©2016 Google Terms of Use Search Search all locations Popular Locations IndiaHyderabadMadhapurBanjara HillsAmeerpetShaikpet Search Search all treatments Popular Treatments Teeth Cleaning Review your favourite clinic Write a review and help others make a better decision about their treatment. Write a Review View more We have all the information you need about public and private dental clinics in Kondapur. Compare all the dentists and contact the dentist in Kondapur who's right for you. Find Kondapur Dentists. Compare all 5 Dentists in Kondapur, with phone numbers, reviews, prices, maps and pictures. Get quotes fast & choose the best. Dr. Mathurs Dental and Endodontic Hospitals -Kondapur Hitec City - Clinics in India Enquire Dr. Mathur's Dental and Endodontic Hospitals -Kondapur Hitec City Plot No. 14, Ground Floor, Police Batalion Road, Gachibowli-Miyapur Road, Kondapur, Hyderabad, 500033 Dr. Mathur's Dental and Endodontic Hospitals -Kondapur Hitec City is a Dentist in Kondapur. To contact them for additional information simply fill out the contact form. Preventive Dentistry Enquire Dental Implants Dental Implants Enquire Multiple tooth Replacement Enquire52 more treatments Brite Smile Dental Hospital -Kondapur Behind Branch - Clinics in India Enquire Brite Smile Dental Hospital -Kondapur Behind Branch Heritage Fresh, Kondapur, Hyderabad, 500084 Brite Smile Dental Hospital -Kondapur Behind Branch is a Dentist in Kondapur. To contact them for additional information simply fill out the contact form. Lasers in Dentistry Enquire Titanium Dental Implants Enquire Braces Enquire47 more treatments Sunshine Dental Center - Kondapur - Clinics in India Enquire Sunshine Dental Center - Kondapur 151, QZ Plaza,Kondapur,, Hyderabad Sunshine Dental Center - Kondapur is a Dentist in Kondapur. To contact them for additional information simply fill out the contact form. Dentist Consultation Enquire Dental Implants Enquire Teeth colored Braces Enquire22 more treatments Very Good from 2 Reviews Universal Superspeciality Dental Hospital - Clinics in India Enquire Universal Superspeciality Dental Hospital 1-62/1, Tirumala Subhash Complex, Above Sujana Supermarket, Kothaguda X-Roads, Kondapur, Hyderabad, 500 084 Would recommend Divya, India, 07 Nov 13 It was great. Got some cosmetic treatment done, came out of the clinic with a confident smile. Would recommend to my friends. Book a Dentist Consultation - Show Times Dentist Consultation Enquire Dental Implants Enquire We offer the best quality implants, we don't compromise on quality. we look into each and every factor (health, ,age of the patient,the requirements(bone quality and quantity) for the implant placement and the financial condition of the patient) and than provide the treatment plan. Since we look into all the factors, the implants that we place do last a life time. Even in case they need to be replaced, we replace with no charge. That's the guarentee that we take. We don't use any local made implants. 48 more treatments Outstanding from 3 Reviews Floss and Gloss Advanced Dental Experts - Clinics in India Enquire Floss and Gloss Advanced Dental Experts Shilpa Park (Maharshi Marg), Kondapur, Hyderabad, 500081 Total painless treatment. Chandra, India, 25 Jun 16 Very professional setup and excellent staff Dentist Consultation Up to ₹200Enquire Dental Implants Enquire Teeth Whitening Enquire10 more treatments Results 1 - 5 of 5 No further information on Dentists in Kondapur Nearby Dentists: Ideal Dentist - G.S Rao Enquire Ideal Dentist Madhapur, Hyderabad Specialist dental services to improve the oral and dental health and smiles of patients are offered at the two clinics run by this practice. The clinics are located at Ameerpet and Hitech City in Hyderabad, India. International patients are treated at competitive prices at both clinics. All standards of sterilization and cross infection control are strictly adhered to at both clinics. Services offered include examinations and general dental care, child and adult orthodontics, emergency dentistry, the cosmetic correction of smiles and the surgical insertion of implants to replace missing teeth. read more Dentist Consultation Enquire Dental Implants Enquire Braces Enquire8 more treatments Vijay Dental Clinic - Dr Y.D. Vijay Simha Raju Enquire Vijay Dental Clinic 1. 3rd Floor,, Sri Venkateshwara Swamy Temple Road, Chandanagar, 500070 The location of this dental clinic is at Chanda Nagar in Hyderabad, India. Overseas patients are welcomed and state of the art dental services are provided at affordable prices. All international standards of sterilization and cross infection control are strictly adhered to by the qualified and experienced team. Services provided include examinations and professional dental cleaning, g
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All 5 clinics that provide Dentistry in Kondapur How do we rank our clinics? Map data ©2016 Google Terms of Use Search Search all locations Popular Locations IndiaHyderabadMadhapurBanjara HillsAmeerpetShaikpet Search Search all treatments Popular Treatments Teeth Cleaning Review your favourite clinic Write a review and help others make a better decision about their treatment. Write a Review View more We have all the information you need about public and private dental clinics in Kondapur. Compare all the dentists and contact the dentist in Kondapur who's right for you. Find Kondapur Dentists. Compare all 5 Dentists in Kondapur, with phone numbers, reviews, prices, maps and pictures. Get quotes fast & choose the best. Dr. Mathurs Dental and Endodontic Hospitals -Kondapur Hitec City - Clinics in India Enquire Dr. Mathur's Dental and Endodontic Hospitals -Kondapur Hitec City Plot No. 14, Ground Floor, Police Batalion Road, Gachibowli-Miyapur Road, Kondapur, Hyderabad, 500033 Dr. Mathur's Dental and Endodontic Hospitals -Kondapur Hitec City is a Dentist in Kondapur. To contact them for additional information simply fill out the contact form. Preventive Dentistry Enquire Dental Implants Dental Implants Enquire Multiple tooth Replacement Enquire52 more treatments Brite Smile Dental Hospital -Kondapur Behind Branch - Clinics in India Enquire Brite Smile Dental Hospital -Kondapur Behind Branch Heritage Fresh, Kondapur, Hyderabad, 500084 Brite Smile Dental Hospital -Kondapur Behind Branch is a Dentist in Kondapur. To contact them for additional information simply fill out the contact form. Lasers in Dentistry Enquire Titanium Dental Implants Enquire Braces Enquire47 more treatments Sunshine Dental Center - Kondapur - Clinics in India Enquire Sunshine Dental Center - Kondapur 151, QZ Plaza,Kondapur,, Hyderabad Sunshine Dental Center - Kondapur is a Dentist in Kondapur. To contact them for additional information simply fill out the contact form. Dentist Consultation Enquire Dental Implants Enquire Teeth colored Braces Enquire22 more treatments Very Good from 2 Reviews Universal Superspeciality Dental Hospital - Clinics in India Enquire Universal Superspeciality Dental Hospital 1-62/1, Tirumala Subhash Complex, Above Sujana Supermarket, Kothaguda X-Roads, Kondapur, Hyderabad, 500 084 Would recommend Divya, India, 07 Nov 13 It was great. Got some cosmetic treatment done, came out of the clinic with a confident smile. Would recommend to my friends. Book a Dentist Consultation - Show Times Dentist Consultation Enquire Dental Implants Enquire We offer the best quality implants, we don't compromise on quality. we look into each and every factor (health, ,age of the patient,the requirements(bone quality and quantity) for the implant placement and the financial condition of the patient) and than provide the treatment plan. Since we look into all the factors, the implants that we place do last a life time. Even in case they need to be replaced, we replace with no charge. That's the guarentee that we take. We don't use any local made implants. 48 more treatments Outstanding from 3 Reviews Floss and Gloss Advanced Dental Experts - Clinics in India Enquire Floss and Gloss Advanced Dental Experts Shilpa Park (Maharshi Marg), Kondapur, Hyderabad, 500081 Total painless treatment. Chandra, India, 25 Jun 16 Very professional setup and excellent staff Dentist Consultation Up to ₹200Enquire Dental Implants Enquire Teeth Whitening Enquire10 more treatments Results 1 - 5 of 5 No further information on Dentists in Kondapur Nearby Dentists: Ideal Dentist - G.S Rao Enquire Ideal Dentist Madhapur, Hyderabad Specialist dental services to improve the oral and dental health and smiles of patients are offered at the two clinics run by this practice. The clinics are located at Ameerpet and Hitech City in Hyderabad, India. International patients are treated at competitive prices at both clinics. All standards of sterilization and cross infection control are strictly adhered to at both clinics. Services offered include examinations and general dental care, child and adult orthodontics, emergency dentistry, the cosmetic correction of smiles and the surgical insertion of implants to replace missing teeth. read more Dentist Consultation Enquire Dental Implants Enquire Braces Enquire8 more treatments Vijay Dental Clinic - Dr Y.D. Vijay Simha Raju Enquire Vijay Dental Clinic 1. 3rd Floor,, Sri Venkateshwara Swamy Temple Road, Chandanagar, 500070 The location of this dental clinic is at Chanda Nagar in Hyderabad, India. Overseas patients are welcomed and state of the art dental services are provided at affordable prices. All international standards of sterilization and cross infection control are strictly adhered to by the qualified and experienced team. Services provided include examinations and professional dental cleaning, g
can expect a casual environment. We are in a residential area well-attended and in a few minutes walk you can reach in 4 different beaches, as well as the city center where you can find activities related to our region as caving, trips to see the dolphins, monuments, museums, a good ice-creams and of course night life! We are simple and cool =) If you have any questions let us know =) Martha is a very welcoming person and make you feel immediately comfortable. As described the room is simple but comfortable. The one situated on the road side is a bit noisy at night.[ The kitchen is functionnal. we have been able to cook a couple of time a simple meal. We appreciated to be able to use it. Bathroom seems to be under renovation. We didnt get troubled by the cats at all.we hardly see one of the them.. they are both very quiet. The rate at 30Eur can be found a bit high compared to other places and the category of accommodation. OlivierJuly 2016 Our arrival was met with a very warm and informative welcome spoken in very good English. Our room was as described, clean and fresh. The kitchen was easy to use and the bathroom good. Close to a shop and a fair walk to the beach which lots of people do as parking at the beach is very difficult. Thank you Marta for a most enjoyable stay. TomJune 2016 Great room, great location! Marta was the best host ever! She picked me up from the train and drove me there when I left as well. Very kind and very sweet. The house is close to the centre and to the beautiful beaches. Definitely will stay there again. :) IriaJune 2016 We have a really good stay at her place, even though the reconstruction of her appartement wasn't ready yet. She is a really good and friendly host and she is very openminded and strong personality and of course a nice son. JanApril 2016 Marta Is a pleasant person. I think we were unlucky in that the taxi driver and restaurant owners didn't Know the address. Marta gave me the name of a very good local restaurant. The location Is very good to visit Lagos. michelleJune 2016 Marta was very welcoming and helpful. The location was really good, just a 10 minutes walk from the old center. The room was spacious, cozy and clean. I would definitely stay there again. Kleiber BassiMay 2016 The flat is 10-15min away from the center by walking. The parking is in the street but it is easy to find a place near the flat. Marta welcomed us very well and was very kind. Thank you :) Jean-LoupJune 2016 Marta was very welcoming and helpful with everything concerning arrival, check in and posibility to check out a little later. Very nice and interesting conversations! KristoferMay 2016 Room Type Private room Property Type Apartment Accommodates 2 Bedrooms 1 Lagos Nice Room Nice People - Lagos - Apartment ₴574 Nice Room Nice People Private room · 2 guests · · 17 reviews Charming and comfortable room for three people with a small private bathroom, a self catering kitchen, free wi-fi internet, cable tv, barbecue and a gorgeous terrace with sea view. Charming and comfortable room for three people with private bathroom, a self catering kitchen, free wi-fi internet, cable tv, barbecue and a gorgeous terrace with sea view. Guests have access to a fully equipped kitchen, free wi-fi internet, cable tv, barbecue and a terrace with sea view, as well as towels, blankets, bed sheets and extra pillows. We are always at your disposal if you need something. Within walking distance you can find the local museum, hospital, auditorium, cultural centre, banks, supermarkets, anel verde park, sports field, restaurants, bars, city center and beaches. Everything is near the house, but if you don't want to walk there is a local bus service that take you to some places in the city, as well as regional trains and buses if you want to check out the region. There are two car parks near the house: one is paid and has vigilance; other is free and has no vigilance. National Tourism Registration: 5032/AL Benta and her son Ricardo were very welcoming. They greeted us with cake and drinks before showing us to our room. We were on the top floor with a beautiful view of Lagos from our window. The rooftop terrace was just outside our door which also provided a great view. Any concerns we had were addressed quickly by Ricardo and he provided some great suggestions for restaurants and things to do. He even called a cab to drive us to the bus station when we left. We had an ensuite bathroom but the shower could only accommodate shorter people. I am 5'8" and my head could just clear the ceiling. My father who is taller than I am had to use one of the shared showers on the main floor. The location was very central to the sights, restaurants and beaches. The pictures were a true representation of the place. Benta kept the place very clean throughout our stay. I would definitely recommend staying here. TammyJune 2015 Benga and her son Ricardo w
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can expect a casual environment. We are in a residential area well-attended and in a few minutes walk you can reach in 4 different beaches, as well as the city center where you can find activities related to our region as caving, trips to see the dolphins, monuments, museums, a good ice-creams and of course night life! We are simple and cool =) If you have any questions let us know =) Martha is a very welcoming person and make you feel immediately comfortable. As described the room is simple but comfortable. The one situated on the road side is a bit noisy at night.[ The kitchen is functionnal. we have been able to cook a couple of time a simple meal. We appreciated to be able to use it. Bathroom seems to be under renovation. We didnt get troubled by the cats at all.we hardly see one of the them.. they are both very quiet. The rate at 30Eur can be found a bit high compared to other places and the category of accommodation. OlivierJuly 2016 Our arrival was met with a very warm and informative welcome spoken in very good English. Our room was as described, clean and fresh. The kitchen was easy to use and the bathroom good. Close to a shop and a fair walk to the beach which lots of people do as parking at the beach is very difficult. Thank you Marta for a most enjoyable stay. TomJune 2016 Great room, great location! Marta was the best host ever! She picked me up from the train and drove me there when I left as well. Very kind and very sweet. The house is close to the centre and to the beautiful beaches. Definitely will stay there again. :) IriaJune 2016 We have a really good stay at her place, even though the reconstruction of her appartement wasn't ready yet. She is a really good and friendly host and she is very openminded and strong personality and of course a nice son. JanApril 2016 Marta Is a pleasant person. I think we were unlucky in that the taxi driver and restaurant owners didn't Know the address. Marta gave me the name of a very good local restaurant. The location Is very good to visit Lagos. michelleJune 2016 Marta was very welcoming and helpful. The location was really good, just a 10 minutes walk from the old center. The room was spacious, cozy and clean. I would definitely stay there again. Kleiber BassiMay 2016 The flat is 10-15min away from the center by walking. The parking is in the street but it is easy to find a place near the flat. Marta welcomed us very well and was very kind. Thank you :) Jean-LoupJune 2016 Marta was very welcoming and helpful with everything concerning arrival, check in and posibility to check out a little later. Very nice and interesting conversations! KristoferMay 2016 Room Type Private room Property Type Apartment Accommodates 2 Bedrooms 1 Lagos Nice Room Nice People - Lagos - Apartment ₴574 Nice Room Nice People Private room · 2 guests · · 17 reviews Charming and comfortable room for three people with a small private bathroom, a self catering kitchen, free wi-fi internet, cable tv, barbecue and a gorgeous terrace with sea view. Charming and comfortable room for three people with private bathroom, a self catering kitchen, free wi-fi internet, cable tv, barbecue and a gorgeous terrace with sea view. Guests have access to a fully equipped kitchen, free wi-fi internet, cable tv, barbecue and a terrace with sea view, as well as towels, blankets, bed sheets and extra pillows. We are always at your disposal if you need something. Within walking distance you can find the local museum, hospital, auditorium, cultural centre, banks, supermarkets, anel verde park, sports field, restaurants, bars, city center and beaches. Everything is near the house, but if you don't want to walk there is a local bus service that take you to some places in the city, as well as regional trains and buses if you want to check out the region. There are two car parks near the house: one is paid and has vigilance; other is free and has no vigilance. National Tourism Registration: 5032/AL Benta and her son Ricardo were very welcoming. They greeted us with cake and drinks before showing us to our room. We were on the top floor with a beautiful view of Lagos from our window. The rooftop terrace was just outside our door which also provided a great view. Any concerns we had were addressed quickly by Ricardo and he provided some great suggestions for restaurants and things to do. He even called a cab to drive us to the bus station when we left. We had an ensuite bathroom but the shower could only accommodate shorter people. I am 5'8" and my head could just clear the ceiling. My father who is taller than I am had to use one of the shared showers on the main floor. The location was very central to the sights, restaurants and beaches. The pictures were a true representation of the place. Benta kept the place very clean throughout our stay. I would definitely recommend staying here. TammyJune 2015 Benga and her son Ricardo w
Vijayanagar is a neighbourhood in west Bangalore, India. It derives its name from the Vijayanagara empire that flourished in south India during 15th and 16th centuries. It is bound by Mysore Road and Magadi Road, with Chord Road cutting through. Vijayanagar is in close proximity to R.V. College of Engineering, P.E.S. Institute of Technology, M. S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, the Bangalore University and the National Law School of India University. Vijayanagar houses a large Public Library, which is one of the largest in Karnataka. Vijayanagar also boasts of a unique Karnataka Haridasa Scientific Research Centre housed in the spacious Vijaya Ranga building. Many buses ply to different parts of Bangalore. Bus route series 61 is a direct bus from Vijayanagar to Kempegowda Bus Station/Majestic which is at a distance of 5.7 km. Vijayanagar East is popularly known as RPC Layout (Railway Parallel Colony Layout), since this layout is along the railway track. It has been recently renamed as Hampi Nagar. Hampi was the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire. Chandra Layout is one of the fastest growing localities of Vijayanagar, which houses some of the prominent people of Bangalore.
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Vijayanagar is a neighbourhood in west Bangalore, India. It derives its name from the Vijayanagara empire that flourished in south India during 15th and 16th centuries. It is bound by Mysore Road and Magadi Road, with Chord Road cutting through. Vijayanagar is in close proximity to R.V. College of Engineering, P.E.S. Institute of Technology, M. S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, the Bangalore University and the National Law School of India University. Vijayanagar houses a large Public Library, which is one of the largest in Karnataka. Vijayanagar also boasts of a unique Karnataka Haridasa Scientific Research Centre housed in the spacious Vijaya Ranga building. Many buses ply to different parts of Bangalore. Bus route series 61 is a direct bus from Vijayanagar to Kempegowda Bus Station/Majestic which is at a distance of 5.7 km. Vijayanagar East is popularly known as RPC Layout (Railway Parallel Colony Layout), since this layout is along the railway track. It has been recently renamed as Hampi Nagar. Hampi was the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire. Chandra Layout is one of the fastest growing localities of Vijayanagar, which houses some of the prominent people of Bangalore.
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R.V. College of Engineering (RVCE) established in 1963 is one of the earliest self-financing engineering colleges in the country. The institution is run by Rashtreeya Sikshana Samithi Trust (RSST) a not for profit trust. The trust runs over 25 institutions and RVCE is the flagship institute under the trust. RVCE is today recognized as one of India’s leading technical institution.
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R.V. College of Engineering (RVCE) established in 1963 is one of the earliest self-financing engineering colleges in the country. The institution is run by Rashtreeya Sikshana Samithi Trust (RSST) a not for profit trust. The trust runs over 25 institutions and RVCE is the flagship institute under the trust. RVCE is today recognized as one of India’s leading technical institution.
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Hotel amenities Book on TripAdvisor Trusted partner. We work with to make your booking as easy as possible. Secure payments. We use industry-leading practices to keep your information secure. Enter dates for best prices powered by PriceFinder Check In Check Out Please enter your travel dates to continue Check Availability Book on TripAdvisor or compare prices from up to 200 sites including: Hotels.com Priceline Expedia.com Clube Humbria Clube Humbria Clube Humbria Clube Humbria Clube Humbria Clube Humbria Clube Humbria 427 more photos Pool/Beach Area Pool/Beach Area (60) View album Hotel & Grounds Hotel & Grounds (30) View album Room/Suite Room/Suite (27) View album View All Photos Professional photos Clube Humbria 20160601_204042_large.jpg Traveler photos (411) View Map 4.0 of 5 Pool Mid-range Free Parking Overview Rooms & Rates Reviews (579) Photos (427) Location Amenities Q&A (287) Room Tips (134) Add Photo Write a Review 579 Reviews from our TripAdvisor Community Read reviews that mention: Search reviews All reviewssnack barmelody barblock dplenty of sunbedskids clubevening entertainmentfamily holidayfootball pitchtoastiesgames roomschool holidayssaladsitalian nightkids poolgreat family hotelreception areapastalunch and dinnermini discokettle and cups Traveler rating Excellent 295 Very good 122 Average 33 Poor 6 Terrible 1 Traveler type Families (328) Couples (78) Solo (0) Business (0) Friends (26) Time of year Mar-May (122) Jun-Aug (238) Sep-Nov (90) Dec-Feb (7) Language All languages English (457) Portuguese (48) French (43) More Showing 457: English reviews Clear all Navaid Syed Start your review of Clube Humbria (Receive 100 points) Roll over, then click to rate Click to rate nethie Manilva, Spain Level Contributor 8 reviews common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes “Excellent - Staff Amazing” 5 of 5 starsReviewed yesterday NEW The staff at this hotel are what makes it such a great place. Everything worked like clockwork from the staff in the bars, reception, the restaurant, house keeping, and of course the entertainment staff. The hotel manager was visible almost always and every member of staff seemed to have a smile on their face at all times, and also had... More Helpful? Thank nethie Report Bellabale Swadlincote, United Kingdom 2 reviews “Amazing!! Couldn't fault this place” 5 of 5 starsReviewed 3 days ago NEW via mobile Stayed here 28th Aug to 7th Sept. First family holiday with our boys (7&5). The hotel is beautifully kept and very clean. The room was huge in fact probably the biggest we have stayed in. The food was amazing. Even as a vegetarian I could not fault the hotel. There is really something for everyone! The staff are very friendly... More Helpful? Thank Bellabale Report Pedro A, Gerente geral at Clube Humbria, responded to this review Dear Bella, Thank you so much for the time you have taken to share your experience with us. We are truly honored to know that your first family holiday with your boys was spent with us and that it was a great overall experience! We are thrilled to know that our staff and management made the difference during your stay... More Matt L Level Contributor 9 reviews 6 hotel reviews common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 11 helpful votes “First Class Holiday!” 5 of 5 starsReviewed 3 days ago NEW We have just returned from a 7 night stay at Club Humbria and have no complaints whatsoever. The hotel should be 5 star the whole place is spotless and laid out beautifully. The apartments are huge we emailed and requested a quiet apartment with a view If possible we were not disappointed we were in block D in the far... More Helpful? Thank Matt L Report Pedro A, Gerente geral at Clube Humbria, responded to this review Dear Matt, Thank you so much for the time you have taken to share your experience with us. We are so glad to see that you spent a fabulous holiday with us! We truly appreciate your wonderful compliments about our friendly staff, food selection and spacious apartments. On behalf of the entire staff we would like to thank you for... More jjones464 Sheffield, United Kingdom Level Contributor 6 reviews 3 hotel reviews 2 helpful votes “Great hotel” 4 of 5 starsReviewed 3 days ago NEW Good food plenty of choice .All the staff were friendly nothing was to much trouble .The rooms are spacious and very clean the hotel has a very modern touch .It's also a great hotel for families would go again . Helpful? Thank jjones464 Report Pedro A, Gerente geral at Clube Humbria, responded to this review Dear Jones, Thank you so much for the time you have taken to share your experience with us. We are delighted to hear that you found our property a great place for families! We are very pleased with your comments regarding our spacious and clean accommodation, food selection and friendly staff. W
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Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econômico e Social ANEXO II RELATÓRIO GERENCIAL TRIMESTRAL DOS RECURSOS DO TESOURO NACIONAL Relação de empresas beneficiadas com recursos repassados pelo Tesouro Nacional INCLUÍDOS OS RECURSOS DAS LEIS: nº 11.948/09 (alterada pela Lei nº12.249/10); nº 12.096/09 (alterada pelas Leis nº 12.385/11, nº 12.453/11 e nº 12.712/12); nº 12.397/11; nº 12.453/11 (alterada pela Lei 12.712/12) e Medida Provisória nº 628/13. 1º Trimestre de 2014 Abril de 2014 Anexo II – Relação de empresas beneficiadas com Anexo II – Relação de empresas beneficiadas com recursos repassados pelo Tesouro Nacional Nome completo do beneficiário Nome completo do beneficiário 2 0 A 12 KIDS IND E COM DE ARTIGOS DE MALHAS LTDA 27 DE MAIO COMERCIO E REPRESENTACOES LTDA 00PAULO CEZAR DE BORTOLI LIBRELOTTO 28 DE AGOSTO COMERCIO DE CONFECCOES LTDA ME 04 DE AGOSTO COMERCIAL LTDA 28 DE JANEIRO COMERCIAL LTDA 072 COMERCIO DE ROUPAS EIRELI 29 INFO SOLUCOES EM INFORMATICA LTDA. - EPP 1 DO SUL TRANSPORTES LTDA 2A - SISTEMA AMBIENTAL LTDA - EPP 1 R COMERCIO DE MADEIRAS E MATERIAL DE CONSTRUCAO EM GE 2A COMERCIO E SERVICOS AUTOMOTIVOS LTDA 1 SS AUTO CENTER E AUTO PECAS LTDA 2A COMERCIO E SERVICOS DE INFORMATICA LTDA-ME 1/2 LOKA INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO DE CONFECCOES LTDA - ME 2A COMERCIO LTDA ME 10 LOGISTICA E TRANSPORTES LTDA 2A MATERIAIS ELETRICOS LTDA 100 ENTULHO TRANSPORTES LTDA ME 2A NEGOCIOS RURAIS LTDA ME 100 FRESCURA MODA INTIMA LTDA EPP 2A TRANSPORTE E LOCACAO LTDA 100 MINEIRO LTDA ME 2A VIA DA CIDADE SERVICOS GRAFICOS E PAPELARIA LTDA 100 POR CENTO DO JAPA COM DE ARTIGOS DE ARMARINHO LTDA 2A1 MONTAGEM E LOCACAO LTDA - ME 100% EDUCACIONAL LTDA EPP 2AB EDITORA LTDA ME 100% SUCATA LTDA - ME 2B AUTOTINTAS LTDA EPP 100'/, EDUCACIONAL LTDA - EPP 2B COMERCIO E PAPELARIA LTDA ME 1000 DE PIABETA TRANSPORTADORA DE CARGAS 2BR TRANSPORTE E LOCACAO LTDA 1000CORES GRAFICOS EDITORES LTDA. 2C - COMERCIO DE DISTRIBUICAO E REPRESENTACAO LTDA - ME 1000CORES IMPRESSORA LTDA 2D INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO DE PECAS LTDA 1000TOM AUTOCENTER LTDA 2D PRESTACAO DE SERVICOS AGRICOLAS S/S LTDA 1001 COMERCIO DE VEICULOS LTDA 2E TRANSPORTE E REMOCAO DE ENTULHO LTDA ME 1001 SOLUCOES EM INFORMATICA LTDA 2F CACAMBAS LTDA ME 100NEXO COMERCIO E CONFECCOES LTDA ME 2F SERVICOS DE LOCACAO LTDA EPP 100TON TRANSPORTE LTDA ME 2K TRANSPORTES LTDA 101 DO BRASIL INDUSTRIAL LTDA EPP 2KF TRANSPORTES LTDA ME 101 MIX CONCRETOS E PREMOLDADOS LTDA 2L TRANSPORTES LTDA - ME 101197180 ME 2L TRANSPORTES LTDA ME 1026 COMERCIAL LTDA 2M COMERCIO DE MATERIAIS DE CONSTRUCAO LTDA 12 DE JUNHO COMERCIO DE CONFECCOES LTDA EPP 2M COMERCIO E SERVICOS LTDA EPP 126 CALF SERVICO DE LIMPEZA E CONSERVACAO DE JARDINS LT 2M GESTAO E PARTICIPACOES SOCIETARIAS LTDA 13 DE MAIO REPRESENTACOES E SERVICOS LTDA 2M GUINCHOS E SERVICOS LTDA 14 BRASIL TELECOM CELULAR S/A 2M SOLUTIONS ABC - COM. DE EQUIP.INF. LTDA 15 DE NOVEMBRO MOVEIS E UTILIDADES LTDA 2M TRANSPORTES LTDA 15 DISTRIBUIDOR LTDA 2MQ EXCELENCIA QUALIDADE PECAS PLAST E METAL LTDA ME 16 DE MARCO COMERCIO DE ROUPAS LTDA 2OTILIA BOEIRA 16 DE MARCO COMERCIO DE ROUPAS LTDA - ME 2R COMERCIO DE PRODUTOS AGROPECUARIOS LTDA 1818 COMERCIO DE PEDRAS ORNAMENTAIS LTDA-ME 2R COMERCIO DE PRODUTOS AGROPECUARIOS LTDA. 188 COM TRANS MADEIRAS E DERIV LTDA EPP 2R COMERCIO E ASSISTENCIA TECNICA EM EQUIPAMENTOS DE PR 2 A TRANSPORTE RODOVIARIO DE CARGAS LTDA 2R ELEMENTOS DE FIXACAO 2 ALIANCAS ARMAZENS GERAIS LTDA 2R EMPREENDIMENTOS PARTICIPACOES E CONSULTORIA LTDA EPP 2 AMIGOS FRETES E TRANSPORTES EM GERAL LTDA 2R TRANSPORTES RODOVIARIOS LTDA 2 B AUTOTINTAS LTDA - EPP 2RL MATERIAL DE CONSTRUCAO LTDA 2 B CONSTRUCAO E INCORPORACAO LTDA 2RM - TRANSPORTES LTDA - ME 2 B INFORMATICA LTDA 2S SILAGENS LTDA 2 B TRANSPORTES LTDA - ME 2S SOLUTIONS LTDA EPP 2 IRMAOS PRODUTOS DE PETROLEO LTDA 2SOLUTIONS TECHNOLOGY LTDA EPP 2 LEOES SOM E ACESSORIOS PARA AUTOS LTDA ME 2TMG COMERCIO INDUSTRIA E SERVICOS DE PNEUS LTDA 2 M JOIAS LTDA 2TONS FAST FOODD LTDA EPP 2 MC TRANSPORTES RODOVIARIOS LTDA ME 2W ARTEFATOS DE CIMENTO LTDA ME 2 N COM VAREJISTA DE MAT CONSTRUCAO LTDA 3 A CONSTRUTORA E INCORPORADORA LTDA 2 R BAR E RESTAURANTE LTDA 3 A ESCORAMENTO E MAQUINAS PARA CONSTRUCAO LTDA 2 R MADEIRAS LTDA ME 3 A MAQUINAS E TRANSPORTES LTDA EPP 2 R STUDIO COMERCIO DE REVESTIMENTO LTDA 3 A TECNOLOGIA LTDA - ME 2 R TRANSPORTES LTDA ME 3 ARQUITETOS ASSOCIADOS S/C LTDA 2 R TRANSPORTES RODOVIARIO LTDA ME 3 B MODA MASCULINA LTDA 2 RODAS MOTO PECAS LTDA 3 CORACOES 2 RP GALVAO COMERCIO IMPORTACAO E EXPORTACAO LTDA EPP 3 D FUNDICOES LTDA ME 2 VALES RESTAURANTE E CASA DE VINHO LTDA - ME 3 D TRATAMENTO DE MADEIRAS LTDA - EPP 2 VALES RESTAURANTE E CASA DE VINHO LTDA ME 3 E 3 SERVICOS TECNICOS LTDA 2.COM CONSULTORIA EM INFORMATICA LTDA 3 E PNEUS LTDA ME 200 MARIAS COMERCIO CALCADOS LTDA ME 3 FJ COM LOC MAQ E EQ CONSTRUCAO CIVIL LTDA EPP 2000 AGRO INVESTIMENTOS LTDA 3 GERACAO IND E COM DE CONFECCOES IMP E EXP LTDA 2000 AUTO CENTE
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Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econômico e Social ANEXO II RELATÓRIO GERENCIAL TRIMESTRAL DOS RECURSOS DO TESOURO NACIONAL Relação de empresas beneficiadas com recursos repassados pelo Tesouro Nacional INCLUÍDOS OS RECURSOS DAS LEIS: nº 11.948/09 (alterada pela Lei nº12.249/10); nº 12.096/09 (alterada pelas Leis nº 12.385/11, nº 12.453/11 e nº 12.712/12); nº 12.397/11; nº 12.453/11 (alterada pela Lei 12.712/12) e Medida Provisória nº 628/13. 1º Trimestre de 2014 Abril de 2014 Anexo II – Relação de empresas beneficiadas com Anexo II – Relação de empresas beneficiadas com recursos repassados pelo Tesouro Nacional Nome completo do beneficiário Nome completo do beneficiário 2 0 A 12 KIDS IND E COM DE ARTIGOS DE MALHAS LTDA 27 DE MAIO COMERCIO E REPRESENTACOES LTDA 00PAULO CEZAR DE BORTOLI LIBRELOTTO 28 DE AGOSTO COMERCIO DE CONFECCOES LTDA ME 04 DE AGOSTO COMERCIAL LTDA 28 DE JANEIRO COMERCIAL LTDA 072 COMERCIO DE ROUPAS EIRELI 29 INFO SOLUCOES EM INFORMATICA LTDA. - EPP 1 DO SUL TRANSPORTES LTDA 2A - SISTEMA AMBIENTAL LTDA - EPP 1 R COMERCIO DE MADEIRAS E MATERIAL DE CONSTRUCAO EM GE 2A COMERCIO E SERVICOS AUTOMOTIVOS LTDA 1 SS AUTO CENTER E AUTO PECAS LTDA 2A COMERCIO E SERVICOS DE INFORMATICA LTDA-ME 1/2 LOKA INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO DE CONFECCOES LTDA - ME 2A COMERCIO LTDA ME 10 LOGISTICA E TRANSPORTES LTDA 2A MATERIAIS ELETRICOS LTDA 100 ENTULHO TRANSPORTES LTDA ME 2A NEGOCIOS RURAIS LTDA ME 100 FRESCURA MODA INTIMA LTDA EPP 2A TRANSPORTE E LOCACAO LTDA 100 MINEIRO LTDA ME 2A VIA DA CIDADE SERVICOS GRAFICOS E PAPELARIA LTDA 100 POR CENTO DO JAPA COM DE ARTIGOS DE ARMARINHO LTDA 2A1 MONTAGEM E LOCACAO LTDA - ME 100% EDUCACIONAL LTDA EPP 2AB EDITORA LTDA ME 100% SUCATA LTDA - ME 2B AUTOTINTAS LTDA EPP 100'/, EDUCACIONAL LTDA - EPP 2B COMERCIO E PAPELARIA LTDA ME 1000 DE PIABETA TRANSPORTADORA DE CARGAS 2BR TRANSPORTE E LOCACAO LTDA 1000CORES GRAFICOS EDITORES LTDA. 2C - COMERCIO DE DISTRIBUICAO E REPRESENTACAO LTDA - ME 1000CORES IMPRESSORA LTDA 2D INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO DE PECAS LTDA 1000TOM AUTOCENTER LTDA 2D PRESTACAO DE SERVICOS AGRICOLAS S/S LTDA 1001 COMERCIO DE VEICULOS LTDA 2E TRANSPORTE E REMOCAO DE ENTULHO LTDA ME 1001 SOLUCOES EM INFORMATICA LTDA 2F CACAMBAS LTDA ME 100NEXO COMERCIO E CONFECCOES LTDA ME 2F SERVICOS DE LOCACAO LTDA EPP 100TON TRANSPORTE LTDA ME 2K TRANSPORTES LTDA 101 DO BRASIL INDUSTRIAL LTDA EPP 2KF TRANSPORTES LTDA ME 101 MIX CONCRETOS E PREMOLDADOS LTDA 2L TRANSPORTES LTDA - ME 101197180 ME 2L TRANSPORTES LTDA ME 1026 COMERCIAL LTDA 2M COMERCIO DE MATERIAIS DE CONSTRUCAO LTDA 12 DE JUNHO COMERCIO DE CONFECCOES LTDA EPP 2M COMERCIO E SERVICOS LTDA EPP 126 CALF SERVICO DE LIMPEZA E CONSERVACAO DE JARDINS LT 2M GESTAO E PARTICIPACOES SOCIETARIAS LTDA 13 DE MAIO REPRESENTACOES E SERVICOS LTDA 2M GUINCHOS E SERVICOS LTDA 14 BRASIL TELECOM CELULAR S/A 2M SOLUTIONS ABC - COM. DE EQUIP.INF. LTDA 15 DE NOVEMBRO MOVEIS E UTILIDADES LTDA 2M TRANSPORTES LTDA 15 DISTRIBUIDOR LTDA 2MQ EXCELENCIA QUALIDADE PECAS PLAST E METAL LTDA ME 16 DE MARCO COMERCIO DE ROUPAS LTDA 2OTILIA BOEIRA 16 DE MARCO COMERCIO DE ROUPAS LTDA - ME 2R COMERCIO DE PRODUTOS AGROPECUARIOS LTDA 1818 COMERCIO DE PEDRAS ORNAMENTAIS LTDA-ME 2R COMERCIO DE PRODUTOS AGROPECUARIOS LTDA. 188 COM TRANS MADEIRAS E DERIV LTDA EPP 2R COMERCIO E ASSISTENCIA TECNICA EM EQUIPAMENTOS DE PR 2 A TRANSPORTE RODOVIARIO DE CARGAS LTDA 2R ELEMENTOS DE FIXACAO 2 ALIANCAS ARMAZENS GERAIS LTDA 2R EMPREENDIMENTOS PARTICIPACOES E CONSULTORIA LTDA EPP 2 AMIGOS FRETES E TRANSPORTES EM GERAL LTDA 2R TRANSPORTES RODOVIARIOS LTDA 2 B AUTOTINTAS LTDA - EPP 2RL MATERIAL DE CONSTRUCAO LTDA 2 B CONSTRUCAO E INCORPORACAO LTDA 2RM - TRANSPORTES LTDA - ME 2 B INFORMATICA LTDA 2S SILAGENS LTDA 2 B TRANSPORTES LTDA - ME 2S SOLUTIONS LTDA EPP 2 IRMAOS PRODUTOS DE PETROLEO LTDA 2SOLUTIONS TECHNOLOGY LTDA EPP 2 LEOES SOM E ACESSORIOS PARA AUTOS LTDA ME 2TMG COMERCIO INDUSTRIA E SERVICOS DE PNEUS LTDA 2 M JOIAS LTDA 2TONS FAST FOODD LTDA EPP 2 MC TRANSPORTES RODOVIARIOS LTDA ME 2W ARTEFATOS DE CIMENTO LTDA ME 2 N COM VAREJISTA DE MAT CONSTRUCAO LTDA 3 A CONSTRUTORA E INCORPORADORA LTDA 2 R BAR E RESTAURANTE LTDA 3 A ESCORAMENTO E MAQUINAS PARA CONSTRUCAO LTDA 2 R MADEIRAS LTDA ME 3 A MAQUINAS E TRANSPORTES LTDA EPP 2 R STUDIO COMERCIO DE REVESTIMENTO LTDA 3 A TECNOLOGIA LTDA - ME 2 R TRANSPORTES LTDA ME 3 ARQUITETOS ASSOCIADOS S/C LTDA 2 R TRANSPORTES RODOVIARIO LTDA ME 3 B MODA MASCULINA LTDA 2 RODAS MOTO PECAS LTDA 3 CORACOES 2 RP GALVAO COMERCIO IMPORTACAO E EXPORTACAO LTDA EPP 3 D FUNDICOES LTDA ME 2 VALES RESTAURANTE E CASA DE VINHO LTDA - ME 3 D TRATAMENTO DE MADEIRAS LTDA - EPP 2 VALES RESTAURANTE E CASA DE VINHO LTDA ME 3 E 3 SERVICOS TECNICOS LTDA 2.COM CONSULTORIA EM INFORMATICA LTDA 3 E PNEUS LTDA ME 200 MARIAS COMERCIO CALCADOS LTDA ME 3 FJ COM LOC MAQ E EQ CONSTRUCAO CIVIL LTDA EPP 2000 AGRO INVESTIMENTOS LTDA 3 GERACAO IND E COM DE CONFECCOES IMP E EXP LTDA 2000 AUTO CENTE
Trondheim (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈtrɔnhæɪm]), historically Kaupangen, Nidaros and Trondhjem, is a city and municipality in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. It has a population of 187,353 (January 1, 2016), and is the third most populous municipality in Norway, although the fourth largest urban area. It is the third largest city in the country, with a population (2013) of 169,972 inhabitants within the city borders.[4] The city functions as the administrative centre of Sør-Trøndelag county. Trondheim lies on the south shore of the Trondheimsfjord at the mouth of the river Nidelva. The city is dominated by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), the Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research (SINTEF), St. Olavs University Hospital and other technology-oriented institutions. The settlement was founded in 997 as a trading post, and it served as the capital of Norway during the Viking Age until 1217. From 1152 to 1537, the city was the seat of the Catholic Archdiocese of Nidaros; since then, it has remained the seat of the Lutheran Diocese of Nidaros and the Nidaros Cathedral. It was incorporated in 1838. The current municipality dates from 1964, when Trondheim merged with Byneset, Leinstrand, Strinda and Tiller. Trondheim was named Kaupangen (English: market place or trading place) by Viking King Olav Tryggvason in 997. Shortly thereafter it came to be called Nidaros. In the beginning it was frequently used as a military retainer (Old Norse: "hird"-man) of King Olav I. It was frequently used as the seat of the king, and was the capital of Norway until 1217. People have been living in the region for thousands of years as evidenced by the rock carvings in central Norway, the Nøstvet and Lihult cultures and the Corded Ware culture. In ancient times, the Kings of Norway were hailed at Øretinget in Trondheim, the place for the assembly of all free men by the mouth of the river Nidelva. Harald Fairhair (865–933) was hailed as the king here, as was his son, Haakon I, called 'the Good'. The battle of Kalvskinnet took place in Trondheim in 1179: King Sverre Sigurdsson and his Birkebeiner warriors were victorious against Erling Skakke (a rival to the throne). Some scholars believe that the famous Lewis chessmen, 12th-century chess pieces carved from walrus ivory found in the Hebrides and now at the British Museum, may have been made in Trondheim. Trondheim was the seat of the (Catholic) Archdiocese of Nidaros for Norway from 1152. Due to the introduction of Lutheran Protestantism in 1537, the last Archbishop, Olav Engelbrektsson, had to flee from the city to the Netherlands, where he died in present-day Lier, Belgium. The city has experienced several major fires. Since much of the city was made of wooden buildings, many of the fires caused severe damage. Great fires ravaged the city in 1598, 1651, 1681, 1708, twice in 1717, 1742, 1788, 1841 and 1842; however, these were only the worst cases and there have been several smaller fires in the city. The 1651 fire destroyed 90% of all buildings within the city limits. The fire in 1681 (the "Horneman Fire") led to an almost total reconstruction of the city, overseen by General Johan Caspar von Cicignon, originally from Luxembourg. Broad avenues like Munkegaten were created, with no regard for property rights, in order to stop the next fire. At the time, the city had a population of roughly 8000 inhabitants. After the Treaty of Roskilde on 26 February 1658, Trondheim and the rest of Trøndelag, became Swedish territory for a brief period, but the area was reconquered 10 months later. The conflict was finally settled by the Treaty of Copenhagen on 27 May 1660. City Map of Trondheim in 1898, Norwegian edition During World War II, Trondheim was occupied by Nazi Germany from 9 April 1940, the first day of the invasion of Norway, until the end of the war in Europe, 8 May 1945. The home of the most notorious Norwegian Gestapo agent, Henry Rinnan, was in Trondheim. The city and its citizens were also subject to harsh treatment by the occupying powers, including imposition of martial law in October 1942. During this time the Germans turned the city and its environs into a major base for submarines (which included building the large submarine base and bunker DORA I), and also contemplated a scheme to build a new city for 300,000 inhabitants, Nordstern ("Northern Star"), centred 15 kilometres (9 miles) southwest of Trondheim, near the wetlands of Øysand in the outskirts of Melhus municipality. This new metropolis was to be accompanied by a massively expanded version of the already existing naval base, which was intended to become the primary future stronghold of the German Kriegsmarine. Today, there are few physical remains of this enormous construction project. The city of Trondheim was established on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). On 1 January 1864, part of Strinda (population: 1,229) was amalgamated with Trondheim. Then, on 1
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Trondheim (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈtrɔnhæɪm]), historically Kaupangen, Nidaros and Trondhjem, is a city and municipality in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. It has a population of 187,353 (January 1, 2016), and is the third most populous municipality in Norway, although the fourth largest urban area. It is the third largest city in the country, with a population (2013) of 169,972 inhabitants within the city borders.[4] The city functions as the administrative centre of Sør-Trøndelag county. Trondheim lies on the south shore of the Trondheimsfjord at the mouth of the river Nidelva. The city is dominated by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), the Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research (SINTEF), St. Olavs University Hospital and other technology-oriented institutions. The settlement was founded in 997 as a trading post, and it served as the capital of Norway during the Viking Age until 1217. From 1152 to 1537, the city was the seat of the Catholic Archdiocese of Nidaros; since then, it has remained the seat of the Lutheran Diocese of Nidaros and the Nidaros Cathedral. It was incorporated in 1838. The current municipality dates from 1964, when Trondheim merged with Byneset, Leinstrand, Strinda and Tiller. Trondheim was named Kaupangen (English: market place or trading place) by Viking King Olav Tryggvason in 997. Shortly thereafter it came to be called Nidaros. In the beginning it was frequently used as a military retainer (Old Norse: "hird"-man) of King Olav I. It was frequently used as the seat of the king, and was the capital of Norway until 1217. People have been living in the region for thousands of years as evidenced by the rock carvings in central Norway, the Nøstvet and Lihult cultures and the Corded Ware culture. In ancient times, the Kings of Norway were hailed at Øretinget in Trondheim, the place for the assembly of all free men by the mouth of the river Nidelva. Harald Fairhair (865–933) was hailed as the king here, as was his son, Haakon I, called 'the Good'. The battle of Kalvskinnet took place in Trondheim in 1179: King Sverre Sigurdsson and his Birkebeiner warriors were victorious against Erling Skakke (a rival to the throne). Some scholars believe that the famous Lewis chessmen, 12th-century chess pieces carved from walrus ivory found in the Hebrides and now at the British Museum, may have been made in Trondheim. Trondheim was the seat of the (Catholic) Archdiocese of Nidaros for Norway from 1152. Due to the introduction of Lutheran Protestantism in 1537, the last Archbishop, Olav Engelbrektsson, had to flee from the city to the Netherlands, where he died in present-day Lier, Belgium. The city has experienced several major fires. Since much of the city was made of wooden buildings, many of the fires caused severe damage. Great fires ravaged the city in 1598, 1651, 1681, 1708, twice in 1717, 1742, 1788, 1841 and 1842; however, these were only the worst cases and there have been several smaller fires in the city. The 1651 fire destroyed 90% of all buildings within the city limits. The fire in 1681 (the "Horneman Fire") led to an almost total reconstruction of the city, overseen by General Johan Caspar von Cicignon, originally from Luxembourg. Broad avenues like Munkegaten were created, with no regard for property rights, in order to stop the next fire. At the time, the city had a population of roughly 8000 inhabitants. After the Treaty of Roskilde on 26 February 1658, Trondheim and the rest of Trøndelag, became Swedish territory for a brief period, but the area was reconquered 10 months later. The conflict was finally settled by the Treaty of Copenhagen on 27 May 1660. City Map of Trondheim in 1898, Norwegian edition During World War II, Trondheim was occupied by Nazi Germany from 9 April 1940, the first day of the invasion of Norway, until the end of the war in Europe, 8 May 1945. The home of the most notorious Norwegian Gestapo agent, Henry Rinnan, was in Trondheim. The city and its citizens were also subject to harsh treatment by the occupying powers, including imposition of martial law in October 1942. During this time the Germans turned the city and its environs into a major base for submarines (which included building the large submarine base and bunker DORA I), and also contemplated a scheme to build a new city for 300,000 inhabitants, Nordstern ("Northern Star"), centred 15 kilometres (9 miles) southwest of Trondheim, near the wetlands of Øysand in the outskirts of Melhus municipality. This new metropolis was to be accompanied by a massively expanded version of the already existing naval base, which was intended to become the primary future stronghold of the German Kriegsmarine. Today, there are few physical remains of this enormous construction project. The city of Trondheim was established on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). On 1 January 1864, part of Strinda (population: 1,229) was amalgamated with Trondheim. Then, on 1
The Model Higher Secondary School is a co-ed school run by the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education in Bhopal, India. The Model HS School was established in 1960.[2] It was brought under the administration of the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education in 1964. Model High has been a center of student politics in Bhopal since its early years. Shivraj Singh Chauhan, the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, was the president of the school's students union in the 1970s.[3] In 2009, while protesting against Rahul Gandhi's comments on serial blasts in Mumbai, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) activists came to Model school and purchased an admission form for him. They requested the school to impart him "primary education" so he would not make "immature comments". The school's campus is located in the South Tatya Tope Nagar, near the Jawahar Chowk City Bus Station. It has a large playground located along the Bhadbhada Road. Some of the junior teams representing the Bhopal District are trained here.[5] The TT Nagar Sport Complex is also located near the school. The campus hosts several state-level events. On 15 November 2010, the former President of India, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam visited the school to inaugurate the INSPIRE Award science exhibition.[6] In 2012, the school audiotorium, along with Gandhi Bhavan and Marshal Arts Hall in TT Nagar Stadium, hosted the 17th State Youth Festival. The school offers classes in English and Hindi mediums of instruction. It has classes from Standard I to XII. The streams offered at the higher level include Science, Arts, Commerce and Vocational. Merit scholarship programs are offered to students at all the levels. The students belonging to the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes are offered fee concessions. The school is a major evaluation center for the answer sheets of the High School and Higher Secondary Board exams in Madhya Pradesh. In 2012, about 750 teachers evaluated nearly 300,000 answer sheets at the school. Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh; was elected the president of the school's Students Union in 1975.
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The Model Higher Secondary School is a co-ed school run by the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education in Bhopal, India. The Model HS School was established in 1960.[2] It was brought under the administration of the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education in 1964. Model High has been a center of student politics in Bhopal since its early years. Shivraj Singh Chauhan, the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, was the president of the school's students union in the 1970s.[3] In 2009, while protesting against Rahul Gandhi's comments on serial blasts in Mumbai, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) activists came to Model school and purchased an admission form for him. They requested the school to impart him "primary education" so he would not make "immature comments". The school's campus is located in the South Tatya Tope Nagar, near the Jawahar Chowk City Bus Station. It has a large playground located along the Bhadbhada Road. Some of the junior teams representing the Bhopal District are trained here.[5] The TT Nagar Sport Complex is also located near the school. The campus hosts several state-level events. On 15 November 2010, the former President of India, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam visited the school to inaugurate the INSPIRE Award science exhibition.[6] In 2012, the school audiotorium, along with Gandhi Bhavan and Marshal Arts Hall in TT Nagar Stadium, hosted the 17th State Youth Festival. The school offers classes in English and Hindi mediums of instruction. It has classes from Standard I to XII. The streams offered at the higher level include Science, Arts, Commerce and Vocational. Merit scholarship programs are offered to students at all the levels. The students belonging to the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes are offered fee concessions. The school is a major evaluation center for the answer sheets of the High School and Higher Secondary Board exams in Madhya Pradesh. In 2012, about 750 teachers evaluated nearly 300,000 answer sheets at the school. Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh; was elected the president of the school's Students Union in 1975.
8 ON-CAMPUS LIFE [27] 9 INSTITUTE OF SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE (ILCE) [29] 10 PAMPLONA [31] 11 AROUND PAMPLONA [39] 12 SAN SEBASTIÁN CAMPUS [43] Welcome to the University of Navarra! From all of us in the International Office we would like to warmly welcome you to the University of Navarra and Pamplona! It is a place we call home and we hope that you will eventually be able to do the same. Our office is here to help you with many things but most importantly to make sure that you get the most out of your stay in Pamplona. We know that depending on your program you may only be with us for as little as 4 months or as many as 4 years but whatever your situation may be, please let us know if there is anything that we can do for you while studying with us. Enjoy your stay and welcome home! Sincerely, The International Office Legal requirements for entry and residence in Spain STUDENTS FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION All students belonging to a European Union or European Economic Area member state, as well as the Swiss Confederation, and who intend to reside in Spain for a period of time longer than three months must register at the Central Registry Office for Foreigners (Registro Central de Extranjeros) in order to be issued a certificate of registration and an identity number for foreigners (NIE - Número de Identificación de Extranjeros). The certificate of registration can be obtained without prior appointment and in person at any of the national police stations (Comisaría) of your place of residence. NON-EU CITIZENS If you are a Non-European Union citizen and you are preparing to study in Spain, you need to arrange your legal situation, depending on the duration of your stay. Period of studies up to three months: 1. The European Directive EC Nº 539/2001 March 15th, 2001 includes in its annex II the countries whose nationals are exempted from the obligation to obtain a visa for study periods of up to three months. Those have to fulfill the legal requisites described in article 5 of the Schengen Code, and in case of having to prolong the stay, it is possible to request an extension for a maximum of three more months. 2. The European Directive EC Nº 539/2001 of March 15th, 2001 includes in its annex I the countries whose nationals are submitted to the visa obligation (type C) to enter the Schengen Area. Period of studies up to six months: There is a visa (type D) for studies that allows you to stay in Spain for a period of up to 180 days (Visado D Estudios hasta 180 días). This type of visa does not allow you to obtain the Residence Card for foreign students (TIE), but it does allow you to request the Identity Number for foreign students (NIE), by verifying the existence of economic, professional, or social interests. Period of studies longer than six months: Non-EU citizens who are going to study in Spain for a period of more than six months have to apply for an “open” visa for studies (type D). This type of visa (Visado D Estudios, Investigación) is valid for three months for entering the Schengen Area and once you have entered Spain you have to obtain the Student Residence Card for Foreigners (TIE) in order to remain legally in Spain. The TIE is a temporary permit that permits you to stay in the country for the period of your studies. The card is valid for a maximum of one academic year and can be renewed annually until you finish your studies. Your academic performance will be taken into account when renewing your permit. The document gives you the right to remain legally in the country while you study. You will have a maximum of 30 days after entering the European Union to begin the process of applying for the Student Residence Card (TIE). For this, you will need to present your flight ticket (boarding ticket) or the stamp on your passport showing the date in which you entered the European Union. You can apply for a visa through your nearest Spanish Embassy or Consulate. IMPORTANT: A visa can never be changed once you are in Spain. The only visa valid is the one obtained from the Spanish Embassy or Consulate before coming to Spain. MOBILITY WITHIN THE EUROPEAN UNION: Information for non-EU students admitted in another Member State of the European Union and who will take part in an exchange or complete their studies in Spain. Non-EU students who have been admitted to study or extend their studies in another Member State of the European Union may seek to pursue or complete part of their studies in Spain, and are - since a change in Immigration Law from June 30th, 2011, exempted from the obligation to obtain a Spanish visa for their studies. Instead of a visa, the student has to apply for a Student Residence Permit, either before the entry into Spain in the Spanish Consular Office where the student currently resides, or after entering Spain, within the period of one month after the entry, in the Foreigner’s Office in Pamplona, on c
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8 ON-CAMPUS LIFE [27] 9 INSTITUTE OF SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE (ILCE) [29] 10 PAMPLONA [31] 11 AROUND PAMPLONA [39] 12 SAN SEBASTIÁN CAMPUS [43] Welcome to the University of Navarra! From all of us in the International Office we would like to warmly welcome you to the University of Navarra and Pamplona! It is a place we call home and we hope that you will eventually be able to do the same. Our office is here to help you with many things but most importantly to make sure that you get the most out of your stay in Pamplona. We know that depending on your program you may only be with us for as little as 4 months or as many as 4 years but whatever your situation may be, please let us know if there is anything that we can do for you while studying with us. Enjoy your stay and welcome home! Sincerely, The International Office Legal requirements for entry and residence in Spain STUDENTS FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION All students belonging to a European Union or European Economic Area member state, as well as the Swiss Confederation, and who intend to reside in Spain for a period of time longer than three months must register at the Central Registry Office for Foreigners (Registro Central de Extranjeros) in order to be issued a certificate of registration and an identity number for foreigners (NIE - Número de Identificación de Extranjeros). The certificate of registration can be obtained without prior appointment and in person at any of the national police stations (Comisaría) of your place of residence. NON-EU CITIZENS If you are a Non-European Union citizen and you are preparing to study in Spain, you need to arrange your legal situation, depending on the duration of your stay. Period of studies up to three months: 1. The European Directive EC Nº 539/2001 March 15th, 2001 includes in its annex II the countries whose nationals are exempted from the obligation to obtain a visa for study periods of up to three months. Those have to fulfill the legal requisites described in article 5 of the Schengen Code, and in case of having to prolong the stay, it is possible to request an extension for a maximum of three more months. 2. The European Directive EC Nº 539/2001 of March 15th, 2001 includes in its annex I the countries whose nationals are submitted to the visa obligation (type C) to enter the Schengen Area. Period of studies up to six months: There is a visa (type D) for studies that allows you to stay in Spain for a period of up to 180 days (Visado D Estudios hasta 180 días). This type of visa does not allow you to obtain the Residence Card for foreign students (TIE), but it does allow you to request the Identity Number for foreign students (NIE), by verifying the existence of economic, professional, or social interests. Period of studies longer than six months: Non-EU citizens who are going to study in Spain for a period of more than six months have to apply for an “open” visa for studies (type D). This type of visa (Visado D Estudios, Investigación) is valid for three months for entering the Schengen Area and once you have entered Spain you have to obtain the Student Residence Card for Foreigners (TIE) in order to remain legally in Spain. The TIE is a temporary permit that permits you to stay in the country for the period of your studies. The card is valid for a maximum of one academic year and can be renewed annually until you finish your studies. Your academic performance will be taken into account when renewing your permit. The document gives you the right to remain legally in the country while you study. You will have a maximum of 30 days after entering the European Union to begin the process of applying for the Student Residence Card (TIE). For this, you will need to present your flight ticket (boarding ticket) or the stamp on your passport showing the date in which you entered the European Union. You can apply for a visa through your nearest Spanish Embassy or Consulate. IMPORTANT: A visa can never be changed once you are in Spain. The only visa valid is the one obtained from the Spanish Embassy or Consulate before coming to Spain. MOBILITY WITHIN THE EUROPEAN UNION: Information for non-EU students admitted in another Member State of the European Union and who will take part in an exchange or complete their studies in Spain. Non-EU students who have been admitted to study or extend their studies in another Member State of the European Union may seek to pursue or complete part of their studies in Spain, and are - since a change in Immigration Law from June 30th, 2011, exempted from the obligation to obtain a Spanish visa for their studies. Instead of a visa, the student has to apply for a Student Residence Permit, either before the entry into Spain in the Spanish Consular Office where the student currently resides, or after entering Spain, within the period of one month after the entry, in the Foreigner’s Office in Pamplona, on c
K T N BHASKAR NA 76 5 12 BHAGATH SING ROAD BHAVANIPURAM VIJAYAWADA ANDHRA PRADESH VIJAYAWADA INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH VIJAYAWADA 520012 APL027498 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 N NAGA DURGA PRASAD NA S/O DHARMARAJU 76-15-23 BHAVANIPURAM VIJAYAWADA A P INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH VIJAYAWADA 520012 APL027499 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 ARUNA CH NA 1 4/7 44 AVDAMANI BRAHMAIAH STREET K K NAGAR V D PURAM VIJAYAWADA A P INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH VIJAYAWADA 520012 APL027500 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 R RAJASEKAR NA DNO 41-1/5-82 DWARKA NAGAR KRISHNA LANKA VIJAYAWADA A P INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH VIJAYAWADA 520013 APL027504 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 T SRINIVAS NA D NO 43-80-18 AZITH SINGH NAGAR VIJAYAWADA INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH VIJAYAWADA 520015 APL027509 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 98.00 25-AUG-2015 K PRASADA SIVA RAO NA 16 3 8 KOWTHAVARI ST POORNANANDAM VIJAYAWADA INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH VIJAYAWADA 520016 APL027510 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 98.00 25-AUG-2015 S NAGENDRA RAO NA AE(RTD) R&B OLD INCOMETAX OFFICE 15/103 EDEPALLI MACHILIPATNAM INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH MACHILIPATNAM 521001 APL014134 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 GIRISH KUMAR JAIN NA MAHAVEER MARKETING 11-25-386 VINNA KOTAWARI CHOWK VIJAYAWADA INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH MACHILIPATNAM 521001 APL027514 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 SHANTILAL JAIN NA MAHAVEER MARKETING 11-25-386 VINNA KOTAWARI CHOWK VIJAYAWADA INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH MACHILIPATNAM 521001 APL027515 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 RAMESH BABU VADDI NA JUNIOR ASSISTANT DIST HOSPITAL MACHILIPATNAM INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH MACHILIPATNAM 521001 APL027519 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 39.00 25-AUG-2015 VIJAYALAKSHMI MATTA NA DOOR NO 62-4-18 GANESH MANDIR STREET SRIHARIPURAM MALKAPURAM POST VISAKHAPATNAM INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH VISAKHAPATNAM 530011 APL027520 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 39.00 25-AUG-2015 SURYA NARAYANA U DATHU NA 7/378 GODUGUPET MACHILIPATNAM INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH MACHILIPATNAM 521001 APL027521 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 HARANADHA BABU KUNADAREDDY NA 2/462 DESAIPET MACHILIPATNAM INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH MACHILIPATNAM 521001 APL027522 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 R K PARAMA HAMSA YALAUARTHI NA LECTURER IN D E C E S V L POLYTECNIC MACHILIPATNAM AP INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH MACHILIPATNAM 521002 APL027528 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 SOMA SUNDARARAO KOTA NA DOOR NO 20/519 A FRENCHPET MACHILIPATNAM INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH MACHILIPATNAM 521002 APL027529 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 39.00 25-AUG-2015 KODALI SRINIVAS NA C/O ENVIROTECH 48-10-10 RING ROAD RAMAVARAPPADU P O VIJAYAWADA INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH AVANIGADDA 521108 APL027533 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 K D LAKSHMI NA 5-267-2 NEAR S B I AVANIGADDA INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH AVANIGADDA 521121 APL027534 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 MEHER NATH CHUNDURI NA S/O NAGESWAR RAO CHALLAPALLI KRISHNA DT INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH AVANIGADDA 521126 APL027537 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 SAMBA SIVA RAO PUVVADA NA S/O VEERA RAGHAVAIAH P SRIKAKULAM KRISHNA ANDHRA PRADESH INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH AVANIGADDA 521134 APL027538 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 K KOTESWARA RAO KONERU NA GOSALA VANUKURU POST KRISHNA DT PENMALUR MANDAL INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH AVANIGADDA 521155 APL027539 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 VISWANADHUNI NAGASWARA RAO NA YALAMARRU ROAD PAMARRU KRISHNA DIST INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH AVANIGADDA 521157 APL027541 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 K RAJA GOPALA RAO NA ANDHRA BANK PAMARRU VUYYURU INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH AVANIGADDA 521165 APL027543 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 RADHA KRISHNA KUMARI DONTHIREDDY NA JAYANTHI VIA VEERULLAPADU KRISHNA DIST AP INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH AVANIGADDA 521170 APL027544 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 LAKSHMI SRINIVASA MURTHY KOTA NA S/O NARASIMHA RAMAIAH BRAHMIN STREET JAGGAIAHPET KRISHNA DIST INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH JAGGAYAPETH 521175 APL027545 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 PRASAD KAKUMANU NA S/O SHRI K V B CHARYULU O & M SUB DIVISION NUZVID KRISHNA DIST INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH JAGGAYAPETH 521180 APL027546 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 VENKATESWARA RAO VASIREDDY NA JOONNALAGADDA POST NANDIGAMA MANDAL KRISHNA DIST INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH NANDIGAMA 521185 APL027547 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 D BRAHMANANDA RAO NA CONTRACTOR KONDAPALLI INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH NUZVID 521228 APL027550 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 T SRIDHAR NA MUDINE PALLI C/O JAYA GENERAL STORES KR
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K T N BHASKAR NA 76 5 12 BHAGATH SING ROAD BHAVANIPURAM VIJAYAWADA ANDHRA PRADESH VIJAYAWADA INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH VIJAYAWADA 520012 APL027498 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 N NAGA DURGA PRASAD NA S/O DHARMARAJU 76-15-23 BHAVANIPURAM VIJAYAWADA A P INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH VIJAYAWADA 520012 APL027499 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 ARUNA CH NA 1 4/7 44 AVDAMANI BRAHMAIAH STREET K K NAGAR V D PURAM VIJAYAWADA A P INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH VIJAYAWADA 520012 APL027500 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 R RAJASEKAR NA DNO 41-1/5-82 DWARKA NAGAR KRISHNA LANKA VIJAYAWADA A P INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH VIJAYAWADA 520013 APL027504 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 T SRINIVAS NA D NO 43-80-18 AZITH SINGH NAGAR VIJAYAWADA INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH VIJAYAWADA 520015 APL027509 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 98.00 25-AUG-2015 K PRASADA SIVA RAO NA 16 3 8 KOWTHAVARI ST POORNANANDAM VIJAYAWADA INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH VIJAYAWADA 520016 APL027510 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 98.00 25-AUG-2015 S NAGENDRA RAO NA AE(RTD) R&B OLD INCOMETAX OFFICE 15/103 EDEPALLI MACHILIPATNAM INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH MACHILIPATNAM 521001 APL014134 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 GIRISH KUMAR JAIN NA MAHAVEER MARKETING 11-25-386 VINNA KOTAWARI CHOWK VIJAYAWADA INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH MACHILIPATNAM 521001 APL027514 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 SHANTILAL JAIN NA MAHAVEER MARKETING 11-25-386 VINNA KOTAWARI CHOWK VIJAYAWADA INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH MACHILIPATNAM 521001 APL027515 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 RAMESH BABU VADDI NA JUNIOR ASSISTANT DIST HOSPITAL MACHILIPATNAM INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH MACHILIPATNAM 521001 APL027519 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 39.00 25-AUG-2015 VIJAYALAKSHMI MATTA NA DOOR NO 62-4-18 GANESH MANDIR STREET SRIHARIPURAM MALKAPURAM POST VISAKHAPATNAM INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH VISAKHAPATNAM 530011 APL027520 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 39.00 25-AUG-2015 SURYA NARAYANA U DATHU NA 7/378 GODUGUPET MACHILIPATNAM INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH MACHILIPATNAM 521001 APL027521 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 HARANADHA BABU KUNADAREDDY NA 2/462 DESAIPET MACHILIPATNAM INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH MACHILIPATNAM 521001 APL027522 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 R K PARAMA HAMSA YALAUARTHI NA LECTURER IN D E C E S V L POLYTECNIC MACHILIPATNAM AP INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH MACHILIPATNAM 521002 APL027528 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 SOMA SUNDARARAO KOTA NA DOOR NO 20/519 A FRENCHPET MACHILIPATNAM INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH MACHILIPATNAM 521002 APL027529 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 39.00 25-AUG-2015 KODALI SRINIVAS NA C/O ENVIROTECH 48-10-10 RING ROAD RAMAVARAPPADU P O VIJAYAWADA INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH AVANIGADDA 521108 APL027533 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 K D LAKSHMI NA 5-267-2 NEAR S B I AVANIGADDA INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH AVANIGADDA 521121 APL027534 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 MEHER NATH CHUNDURI NA S/O NAGESWAR RAO CHALLAPALLI KRISHNA DT INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH AVANIGADDA 521126 APL027537 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 SAMBA SIVA RAO PUVVADA NA S/O VEERA RAGHAVAIAH P SRIKAKULAM KRISHNA ANDHRA PRADESH INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH AVANIGADDA 521134 APL027538 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 K KOTESWARA RAO KONERU NA GOSALA VANUKURU POST KRISHNA DT PENMALUR MANDAL INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH AVANIGADDA 521155 APL027539 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 VISWANADHUNI NAGASWARA RAO NA YALAMARRU ROAD PAMARRU KRISHNA DIST INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH AVANIGADDA 521157 APL027541 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 K RAJA GOPALA RAO NA ANDHRA BANK PAMARRU VUYYURU INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH AVANIGADDA 521165 APL027543 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 RADHA KRISHNA KUMARI DONTHIREDDY NA JAYANTHI VIA VEERULLAPADU KRISHNA DIST AP INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH AVANIGADDA 521170 APL027544 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 LAKSHMI SRINIVASA MURTHY KOTA NA S/O NARASIMHA RAMAIAH BRAHMIN STREET JAGGAIAHPET KRISHNA DIST INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH JAGGAYAPETH 521175 APL027545 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 PRASAD KAKUMANU NA S/O SHRI K V B CHARYULU O & M SUB DIVISION NUZVID KRISHNA DIST INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH JAGGAYAPETH 521180 APL027546 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 VENKATESWARA RAO VASIREDDY NA JOONNALAGADDA POST NANDIGAMA MANDAL KRISHNA DIST INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH NANDIGAMA 521185 APL027547 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 D BRAHMANANDA RAO NA CONTRACTOR KONDAPALLI INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK INDIA ANDHRA PRADESH NUZVID 521228 APL027550 Amount for unclaimed and unpaid dividend 20.00 25-AUG-2015 T SRIDHAR NA MUDINE PALLI C/O JAYA GENERAL STORES KR
Education is the raw material of our society, the formation of each individual secures the future of our democratic state. Education based on values, a diverse canon and a switching ethos that excludes no and the different needs of many bears bill. The Berliner Volkshochschulen today and even more so in the future the most important carrier and provider of the liberal idea of ​​education for all. These guiding principles are reflected in a origin- such forward-looking program policy, open up to each educational access and opportunities. News Link to: News Picture: © Gudrun Arndt Here you find the latest news and press releases your Berlin Volkshochschulen. Further information model Link: Mission Statement Picture: © VHS Berlin The community colleges are a key source of adult education in Berlin. Here you can find information about our identity, our mission, our values and services. For more information course Manager Link: Course Manager Image: VHS Expertise of the course leaders in theory and practice is a prerequisite for employment at the Berlin Volkshochschulen. Find out more. For more information Fördergesellschaft Link to: Fördergesellschaft Image: VHS The Society for the Advancement of Adult Education in Berlin e. V. committed to current educational topics. On the side of the twelve Berlin Volkshochschulen they discussed future issues of municipal adult education and training in Berlin.
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Education is the raw material of our society, the formation of each individual secures the future of our democratic state. Education based on values, a diverse canon and a switching ethos that excludes no and the different needs of many bears bill. The Berliner Volkshochschulen today and even more so in the future the most important carrier and provider of the liberal idea of ​​education for all. These guiding principles are reflected in a origin- such forward-looking program policy, open up to each educational access and opportunities. News Link to: News Picture: © Gudrun Arndt Here you find the latest news and press releases your Berlin Volkshochschulen. Further information model Link: Mission Statement Picture: © VHS Berlin The community colleges are a key source of adult education in Berlin. Here you can find information about our identity, our mission, our values and services. For more information course Manager Link: Course Manager Image: VHS Expertise of the course leaders in theory and practice is a prerequisite for employment at the Berlin Volkshochschulen. Find out more. For more information Fördergesellschaft Link to: Fördergesellschaft Image: VHS The Society for the Advancement of Adult Education in Berlin e. V. committed to current educational topics. On the side of the twelve Berlin Volkshochschulen they discussed future issues of municipal adult education and training in Berlin.
194 Hospitals 1 Aayush Eye Clinic 201-202 Coral Classic, Plot 955-956 20Th Rd Chembur.20 Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25288306 2 Abhishek Nursing Home Jagruti Co-Op Housing Society, Bhatwadi, Near Shiv Sena Office, Ghatkopar West Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25106518 3 Adittya Eye Clinic Ronik Apartment,Opp Sai Nagar Junction, Kandivali Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28655588 4 Agrawal Eye Hospital Maharaja Apartment, 1St Floor, S.V Road, Malad West,Opp Telephone Exchange Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28820900 5 Ameya Surgical And General Nursing Home Ajit Nagar, Near Jain Temple, Jamnalal Bajaj Nagar, Andheri East Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28390052 6 Amruta Surgical And Maternity Home C- Wing, 4Th Floor, Bhaveshwar Plaza, Lbs Marg, Ghatkopar West,Thane Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25007200 7 Vardhaman Iccu & Nursing Home 61, Shreeji Apt'S Ramachandra Lane, Malad (W)Lane Opp.Chate Classes, Malad, Thane, Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28446622 8 Arihant Eye Care Centre B-104, Gomti Apartment, Sv Road, Near Sudhir Phadke Flyover, Borivali West, Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28951118 9 Thane Eye-Care Hospital 1St Floor,,Om Shri Swami Samarth Society,Yashodhan Nagar Bus Stop , Near Lokmanya Nagar, Thane(W) Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25881484 10 Ashirwad Heart Hospital 1Floor, Vivek 67, Tilak Road, Ghatkopar (E), Near Lions Garden Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone21025911 11 Ashirwad Hospital And Polyclinic Anurag Busines Centre,Flat No 101,Near Amar Theatre W.T.Patil Marg, Ghtla Villate, Chembur. Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25211951 12 Ashirwad Maternity & Nursing Home E-5, Opp Highland Park,Jai Shashtri Nagar, Mulund Colony, Guru Gobind Singh Road, Mulund (W) Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25929206 13 Ashirwad Maternity & Nursing Home 001-002, A/5 Harsh Apartment, Anand Nagar, Opp Vijaya Bank, Off C.S Road, Dahisar (E). Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28482410 14 Ashirwad Nursing Home Ground Floor, Laxmi Baug, Rajgiri Sadan,Opp Sion Railway Station.Mumbai Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone24076599 15 Ashwini Accident Hospital And Polyclinic Ganesh Apartment, Ground Floor, Lady Jamshedji , As Gaya Marg, Mahim,West Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone24455155 16 Ashwini Hospital & Iccu 1St Floor, Lalan Buliding, Purushottam Kheraj Road, Mulund West Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25603386 17 Asian Heart Institute & Research Centre G/N, Block , Opp Icici Tower, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone66986666 18 Asian Institute Of Medical Sciences Road Number 5, Plot P-72, Sudama Nagar, Midc Residence Area, Dombivli Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone2470000 19 Asmita Nursing Home Prashanti Chs, Agarkar Road, Krishna Radha Society, Dombivli (E) Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone2472945 20 Balaji Hospital Balaji House, 3Rd Cross Lane, Victoria Road, Byculla East, Near Church Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone23740000 21 Bathia Eye Hospital Ground Floor, Krihna Kunj Building , Maharashtra Nagar Lane Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28912748 22 Bhargava Nursing Home 32, Gokul Bhavan, Tagore Road, Santacruz West, Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone26493762 23 Breach Candy Hospital Trust 60 Bhulabhai Desai Road, Dr Rajabali Patel Road, Breach Candy,Cumballa Hill Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone23667355 24 Bses Mg Hospital S.V.Road, Opp.Andheri Railway Station, Andheri(W) Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone66487500 25 Zynova Heart Hospital 4Th Floor, Trimurti Arcade, Lal Bahadur Shastri Road, Ghatkopar West Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25155599 26 Jameya Clinic (Jain Eye Clinic) 301 Sapphire Arcade, M G Road, Raja Wadi, Ghatkopar (East) Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25091222 27 Zenith Hospital Parth Business Plaza, Mith Chowky, Link Road, Orlem, Kanchpada, Malad West Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28837863 28 Vivek Maternity & Nursing Home, Sai Darshan, Asalfa, Ghatkopar (W) Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25123682 29 Jaslok Hospital & Research Centre Road No 15, Dr G Deshmukh Marg, Peddar Road, Cumballa Hill Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone66573452 30 Bethany Hospital Pokhran Road No.2, Opp Maa Nikethan,Near Blue Star Company Thane West, Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone21725124 31 Joy Hospital 423 - A/B, Opposite Post Office, Near Sandu Garden, 10Th Road, Chembur East Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25223939 32 Modi General Hospital & Iccu 237/3258, Opposite Municipal Market, Tagore Nagar, Vikhroli (E) Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25745666 33 Kamdar Nursing Home/ Polyclinic Kiran Niketan, 1 St Floor Tilak Road, Ghatkopar (East) Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25126105 34 Kapadia Multispeciality Hospital Opposite Raga Hotel, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Goregaon (W), Mahatma Gandhi Road, Motilal Nagar Iii, Goregaon West Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28797400 35 Kataria Eye Clinic 1St Floor,103, Kartar Bhavan, Co
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194 Hospitals 1 Aayush Eye Clinic 201-202 Coral Classic, Plot 955-956 20Th Rd Chembur.20 Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25288306 2 Abhishek Nursing Home Jagruti Co-Op Housing Society, Bhatwadi, Near Shiv Sena Office, Ghatkopar West Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25106518 3 Adittya Eye Clinic Ronik Apartment,Opp Sai Nagar Junction, Kandivali Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28655588 4 Agrawal Eye Hospital Maharaja Apartment, 1St Floor, S.V Road, Malad West,Opp Telephone Exchange Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28820900 5 Ameya Surgical And General Nursing Home Ajit Nagar, Near Jain Temple, Jamnalal Bajaj Nagar, Andheri East Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28390052 6 Amruta Surgical And Maternity Home C- Wing, 4Th Floor, Bhaveshwar Plaza, Lbs Marg, Ghatkopar West,Thane Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25007200 7 Vardhaman Iccu & Nursing Home 61, Shreeji Apt'S Ramachandra Lane, Malad (W)Lane Opp.Chate Classes, Malad, Thane, Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28446622 8 Arihant Eye Care Centre B-104, Gomti Apartment, Sv Road, Near Sudhir Phadke Flyover, Borivali West, Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28951118 9 Thane Eye-Care Hospital 1St Floor,,Om Shri Swami Samarth Society,Yashodhan Nagar Bus Stop , Near Lokmanya Nagar, Thane(W) Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25881484 10 Ashirwad Heart Hospital 1Floor, Vivek 67, Tilak Road, Ghatkopar (E), Near Lions Garden Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone21025911 11 Ashirwad Hospital And Polyclinic Anurag Busines Centre,Flat No 101,Near Amar Theatre W.T.Patil Marg, Ghtla Villate, Chembur. Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25211951 12 Ashirwad Maternity & Nursing Home E-5, Opp Highland Park,Jai Shashtri Nagar, Mulund Colony, Guru Gobind Singh Road, Mulund (W) Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25929206 13 Ashirwad Maternity & Nursing Home 001-002, A/5 Harsh Apartment, Anand Nagar, Opp Vijaya Bank, Off C.S Road, Dahisar (E). Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28482410 14 Ashirwad Nursing Home Ground Floor, Laxmi Baug, Rajgiri Sadan,Opp Sion Railway Station.Mumbai Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone24076599 15 Ashwini Accident Hospital And Polyclinic Ganesh Apartment, Ground Floor, Lady Jamshedji , As Gaya Marg, Mahim,West Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone24455155 16 Ashwini Hospital & Iccu 1St Floor, Lalan Buliding, Purushottam Kheraj Road, Mulund West Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25603386 17 Asian Heart Institute & Research Centre G/N, Block , Opp Icici Tower, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone66986666 18 Asian Institute Of Medical Sciences Road Number 5, Plot P-72, Sudama Nagar, Midc Residence Area, Dombivli Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone2470000 19 Asmita Nursing Home Prashanti Chs, Agarkar Road, Krishna Radha Society, Dombivli (E) Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone2472945 20 Balaji Hospital Balaji House, 3Rd Cross Lane, Victoria Road, Byculla East, Near Church Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone23740000 21 Bathia Eye Hospital Ground Floor, Krihna Kunj Building , Maharashtra Nagar Lane Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28912748 22 Bhargava Nursing Home 32, Gokul Bhavan, Tagore Road, Santacruz West, Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone26493762 23 Breach Candy Hospital Trust 60 Bhulabhai Desai Road, Dr Rajabali Patel Road, Breach Candy,Cumballa Hill Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone23667355 24 Bses Mg Hospital S.V.Road, Opp.Andheri Railway Station, Andheri(W) Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone66487500 25 Zynova Heart Hospital 4Th Floor, Trimurti Arcade, Lal Bahadur Shastri Road, Ghatkopar West Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25155599 26 Jameya Clinic (Jain Eye Clinic) 301 Sapphire Arcade, M G Road, Raja Wadi, Ghatkopar (East) Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25091222 27 Zenith Hospital Parth Business Plaza, Mith Chowky, Link Road, Orlem, Kanchpada, Malad West Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28837863 28 Vivek Maternity & Nursing Home, Sai Darshan, Asalfa, Ghatkopar (W) Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25123682 29 Jaslok Hospital & Research Centre Road No 15, Dr G Deshmukh Marg, Peddar Road, Cumballa Hill Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone66573452 30 Bethany Hospital Pokhran Road No.2, Opp Maa Nikethan,Near Blue Star Company Thane West, Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone21725124 31 Joy Hospital 423 - A/B, Opposite Post Office, Near Sandu Garden, 10Th Road, Chembur East Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25223939 32 Modi General Hospital & Iccu 237/3258, Opposite Municipal Market, Tagore Nagar, Vikhroli (E) Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25745666 33 Kamdar Nursing Home/ Polyclinic Kiran Niketan, 1 St Floor Tilak Road, Ghatkopar (East) Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone25126105 34 Kapadia Multispeciality Hospital Opposite Raga Hotel, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Goregaon (W), Mahatma Gandhi Road, Motilal Nagar Iii, Goregaon West Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone28797400 35 Kataria Eye Clinic 1St Floor,103, Kartar Bhavan, Co
VPS Lakeshore, one of the largest, most comprehensive, independent multi-specialty hospitals in Kerala is recognized as a leader in medical education, groundbreaking research, and innovative,patient-centered clinical care. The hospital has become the hospital of choice to patients’ worldwide providing emergency, primary, and specialty care in virtually every field of medicine. The advanced hi-tech healthcare facility ushers in world class standards in healthcare and offers diverse medical specialties, including Multi Organ Transplantation, Gastroenterology, G.I Surgery, Medical, Surgical Oncology, Joint Replacement, Accident & Trauma Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, Neurology, Neurosurgery Surgery, Cardiology, Cardiovascular Surgery, Gynecology & more... VPS Lakeshore was incorporated as a public limited company in 1996 and in January 2003 the hospital officially opened its doors to integrated healthcare. Over the years, the hospital has emerged as a centre of international healthcare excellence for patients in India & abroad through a broad range of advanced clinical programs and the most cutting-edge treatments and diagnostic services. Exemplary Professional Expertise VPS Lakeshore aspires to be the destination of choice for people seeking superior healthcare through leading-edge treatments and research. This has been made possible by the talented medical professionals on board with expertise in many fields providing, courteous compassionate care with a personal approach. Cutting Edge Technologies The hospital has incorporated innovative diagnostic and therapeutic medical technologies keeping pace with the amazing progress of medical science which has transformed VPS Lakeshore into one of the top academic medical centers in the country. Courtesy & Efficiency personified A patient centered culture exists at VPS Lakeshore and they are the focus of everything we do! Every patient receives warm and personal attention and service with a smile has been our motto always. Research The spirit of research has always been kept alive at VPS Lakeshore. The Hospital supports Pioneering research and treatments for life-threatening diseases through our core facilities and services,as well as offer formal academic programs and public education. Special research attention is paid to diseases endemic to Kerala. Training & Postgraduate Courses VPS Lakeshore is committed to the continuing education and training of healthcare professionals. Training in advanced endoscopic procedures is given to doctors from centers in India and abroad at the Hospital. Continuing medical education programmed courses designed to prepare postgraduate students for National Board Examinations is conducted here. Cleanliness For us at VPS Lakeshore, cleanliness matters! It is not just maintaining a clean and safe environment but it reflects attention to detail, the level of care and the way our hospital is organized and run. Care is taken to maintain spotless cleanliness everywhere. Meticulous cleaning is done everywhere in the hospital, under the close supervision of professional housekeeping staff. Moderate Costs VPS Lakeshore functions with the objective of making healthcare affordable to the common man. Our hospital charges are kept moderate to ensure that the benefits of modern healthcare reach all strata of society.