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Grant Township, St. Clair County, Michigan: There were 571 households out of which 41.9% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 67.6% were married couples living together, 8.6% had a female householder with no husband present, and 18.6% were non-families. 14.9% of all households were made up of individuals and 4.7% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.90 and the average family size was 3.18.
Huxley, Alberta: It is an incorporated community, administered by the Kneehill County.[1]
David Black (historian): David Black has had numerous publications and considerable media exposure in regards to parliamentary history in Western Australia
World Vision India: Area Development Programmes (ADPs) are integrated development programs in locales such as a community block helping children, families and communities achieve the basic standards of the four ‘well-beings’, physical, intellectual, socio-economic and moral well-being. World Vision’s community workers facilitate this by living in the communities, learning their problems and helping them find their own solutions. Rather than treat the effects of poverty, they help communities find ways to confront the root causes of poverty. Partnership with children, families and communities as well as local governments, other NGOs, corporates and citizens around the country makes this possible.
Nyaw language: Speakers of the Nyaw language, numbering roughly 50,000, usually live in their own villages.[1] In Thailand, this language group is increasingly becoming integrated into the mainstream Isan language, to which it is closely related and very similar already. With increased exposure to the Isan/Lao language, the local lingua franca and media, educational, and governmental exposure to the central Thai language, language use is eroding and may not be in active use within the next few generations.
Kiko (album): All songs written by David Hidalgo/Louis Perez except where noted.
1977 24 Hours of Le Mans: The Porsche 936 turbo won again in 1977 against the Renault and Mirage Renault, with extraordinary driving efforts by Jacky Ickx. His car broke down in the early running, so Ickx joined Hurley Haywood and Jürgen Barth in the team's sister car, taking advantage of the fragile Renault challenge to score his 4th victory. But Porsche were lucky too; a broken engine nearly halted the Porsche 936/77 on its final lap.
Spokane Falls: The falls consists of an Upper Falls and a Lower Falls. The Upper Falls is the site of a diversion dam (the Upper Falls Dam) constructed in 1920 that directs the water into the Upper Falls Intake on the South Channel of the Spokane River. The Upper Falls Power Plant generates 10 Megawatts.
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List of state leaders in 1422: 1421 state leaders - Events of 1422 - 1423 state leaders - State leaders by year
Pomfret: The pomfret is referred to in Salman Rushdie's novel Midnight's Children, particularly in the chapter "The Fisherman's Pointing Finger," where he talks about how the pomfret went into decline as a driver of the economy of Bombay.
Sarkis Assadourian: Assadourian and his wife Zaza have four children. He remains a supporter of Armenian causes.
Teseney: Teseney (Tigrinya: ተሰነይ) is a market town in western Eritrea, lying south east of Kassala in Sudan, on the Gash River. The town was much fought over in the Eritrean War of Independence during which much of it was destroyed. Although being gradually rebuilt, landmines still surround the town.
Verneuil-sur-Vienne: Coordinates: 45°50′58″N 1°07′39″E / 45.84944, 1.12750
Canadian freedom of expression case law: This category is for Canadian case law regarding freedom of expression, under the Implied Bill of Rights, the Canadian Bill of Rights, provincial bills of rights, or the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, particularly Section Two of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
North Dakota State Library: The North Dakota State Library is a government operated library in the U.S. state of North Dakota. Located in the state's capital city of Bismarck on the capital grounds, the library has been in operation since 1907.
South Florida Military College: The South Florida Military College is a historic site in Bartow, Florida, United States. It is located at 1100 South Broadway. On July 24, 1972, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places. The college was eventually merged with the University of Florida.
Video games developed in Spain: The following 35 pages are in this category, out of 35 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Chandni Bar: However, her world unravels again when Potiya is killed. She has to return to the bar to support her children. In the end, she cannot protect them from their sordid surroundings. Her son becomes a killer, her daughter becomes a bar dancer in her turn, and Mumtaz turns to prostitution in a tragic attempt to save her son.
1940 Indianapolis 500: Allstate 400 at the Brickyard • Freedom 100 • U.S Grand Prix • Red Bull G.P. • IROC at Indy • 500 Festival Mini-Marathon • Comfort Classic • 500 Festival Open
Small Constitution: Small Constitution (or Little Constitution, Polish: Mała Konstytucja) can refer to three constitutions of Poland:
Fred Gustus Johnson: From 1931 to 1933 he sold homes and engaged in law, and in 1934 to 1938 he ran an agricultural-industrial enterprise in Hastings, moving the business to Charleston, Mississippi from 1941 to 1943. He was elected one last time to become a judge of Adams County, Nebraska from 1945, being reelected in 1948 and serving until his death in Hastings on April 30, 1951. Buried in Parkview Cemetery, in Hastings.
New Jersey Meadowlands Commission: The NJMC has also advanced the sharing of services between the 14 Meadowlands municipalities to lighten the municipalities’ individual tax burdens. The agency has established a municipal equipment pool, offered financial and technical assistance with New Jersey Council on Affordable Housing (COAH) planning, and allocated $1 million to investigate additional shared services programs. The agency is also leading regional efforts to improve stormwater management and create a comprehensive transportation plan for the Meadowlands District.
Cadbury World, Dunedin: Cadbury World is a visitor attraction created and run by the Cadbury chocolate company in Dunedin, New Zealand.
Hadith of The Cloak: The hadith of the cloak and the purification verse was utilized at various times by the Ahlul Bayt to assert their claims to political and spiritual leadership of the Muslim community. For example, at the gathering that was convened after the death of Umar in 644 to select a caliph, Ali made the following argument: "Is there any among us apart from myself concerning whom the "purification verse" was revealed?" When they answered "no" he proceeded:"The People of the House are overflowing with abundant virtue, for the Quran says, "Allah wishes to remove all filth and impurity from you O House of the Prophet, and to render you utterly free of pollution." (33:33) Allah has therefore removed from us all evil, outer and inner, and placed us firmly on the path of truth and righteousness.[6]
Moral development: Moral development is a field of psychology and a field of education. Lawrence Kohlberg, Jean Piaget, and Elliot Turiel have cognitive-developmental approaches to moral development; to these theorists morality forms in a series of constructive stages or domains. Social psychologists such as Martin Hoffman and Jonathan Haidt emphasize social and emotional development based on biology, such as empathy. Moral identity theorists, such as William Damon and Mordechai Nisan, see moral commitment as arising from the development of a self-identity that is defined by moral purposes: this moral self-identity leads to a sense of responsibility to pursue such purposes. Of historical interest in psychology are the theories of psychoanalysts such as Sigmund Freud, who believe that moral development is the product of aspects of the super-ego as guilt-shame avoidance.
X mark: An x mark (also known as a cross, x, ex, or exmark) is a mark (X, ✗, ✘, N, etc.) used to indicate the concept of negation (for example "no, this has not been verified" or "no, I don't agree") as well as affirmation (for example in elections or in x marks the spot). It is often used opposite the checkmark.
Direct-Shift Gearbox: The floor selector lever also has an S position. When S is selected, "sport" mode is activated. Sport mode still functions as a full automatic mode, identical to "D" mode, but upshifts and downshifts are made much higher up the rev-range, which aids a more sporty driving manner, by utilising all of the available engine power, and also maximising engine braking.
Philip of Milly: Along with the powerful Ibelin family, into which his half-sister Helvis had married, Philip was a supporter of Melisende during her conflict with her son Baldwin III. In the division of the kingdom in 1151, Melisende gained control of the southern part of the kingdom, including Nablus. Despite this arrangement, Philip seems to have been completely loyal to Baldwin, participating in the king's capture of Ascalon in 1153 and the relief of Banyas in 1157.
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