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  • 1830, following a performance of Daniel Auber's sentimental and patriotic opera La Muette de Portici. The crowd poured into the streets after the performance
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  • Italy in the 17th century, Opera music was first introduced by composer Claudio Monteverdi. Monteverdi composed his first opera named L'Orfeo in 1607. Italy
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  • knowledge of the city. Woody Allen used many New York locations in his films; however there were times when the location was not the central focus, or even
    40 KB (6,448 words) - 22:52, 5 February 2015
  • Stalingrad, there was street to street, and house to house fighting. The Germans controlled over 90% of the city, but the Russians refused to surrender. A
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  • a fictional city, the capital of Pala. Shiva is one of the main Hindu gods, his depiction as the Nataraja, Lord of the Dance, is central to the Moksha
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  • as a minority language which is distinct from English. "River City" is a Scots soap opera set in a fictional Glasgow suburb. Many of the actors on the
    975 bytes (6,891 words) - 14:40, 25 July 2007
  • reached also high popularity, like Gaston Leroux's novel The Phantom of the Opera (1910) and was also adapted into a long-running play starring Sir Herbert
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  • that is different to ceremony and more widely inclusive than theatre or opera. Aboriginal people developed unique instruments and folk styles. The didgeridoo
    39 KB (5,746 words) - 08:35, 18 September 2015
  • nightfall the bride left her quarters and crossed the city in a chariot drawn by mules or horses to the house that belong to be her future husband. She sat between
    36 KB (6,143 words) - 06:43, 27 July 2016
  • <capitalCity>c3</capitalCity> </city> <city> <cityID>c3</cityID> <cityName>Oslo</cityName> <cityPopulation>533050</cityPopulation> <city
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  • Your computer was right. Mitzi and I like all the same things: same food, opera, bike-riding, dogs. There was only one thing we didn't like-each other.
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  • tourist visits many art museums during the tour, or opera tourism where the tourist sees many operas or concerts during the tour. Dark tourism: is the travel
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  • have newer buildings, and provide sophisticated equipment. Students in central city schools and poverty stricken rural areas often attend rundown schools
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  • 1920, member of the city council in 1921, and in 1924 took the Oxford City seat in Parliament once held by J.W. Chitty. “In the House of Commons, where
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  • economist Oma, die - en: grandmother Onkel, der - en: uncle Oper, die - en: opera ordnen - en: to arrange; to order Ordnung, die - en: order Ort, der - en:
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  • A borough, town or city corporate having a quarter sessions, recorder and clerk of the peace. Boss - an 'Umbo' or raised central area on a shield or
    360 KB (56,476 words) - 20:15, 29 November 2014
  • interested in the reasons for viewing different radio programmes, such as soap operas and quizzes, as well as daily newspaper (Lazrsfeld & Stanton, 1944, 1949;
    3 KB (50,019 words) - 08:29, 22 March 2013
  • Capitalize the main words in the names of books, movies, plays, poems, operas, songs, radio and television programs, etc. Example: Family Guy. Titles:
    6 KB (91,856 words) - 18:02, 14 March 2013
  • a ritual Mayan ball game was played.[99] Although the cities were large, it permanently housed very few of the Maya. Population sizes were fairly small
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  • agendae; graffiti, graffiti; insignia, insignias; algae, algae or algaes; opera, operas; viscera, viscera; panini, paninis; phalanx, phalanges; magazine, magazines
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