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Plebe summer: The end of Plebe Summer is marked by the culminating event known as Plebe Force Exercises (PFOREX). PFOREX is meant to test the Plebes both mentally and physically before they join the rest of the Brigade as Midshipmen in the coming school year. The exact events of the Plebe Challenge are kept secret from the public but what is revealed is that the day begins at 0400 (4am) and does not end until about 2200 (10pm). Officially, Plebe Summer is completed the next day as the Plebe class marches onto the parade field in their dress uniforms for the Reform Parade. Although Plebe Summer is over at this point, it also marks the beginning of Plebe year, which is just as rigorous as Plebe Summer but with the added challenge of academic classes[3].
Brain drain: "In our world in which the generation of new knowledge and its application to change the human condition is the engine which moves human society further away from barbarism, do we not have need to recall Africa's hundreds of thousands of intellectuals back from their places of emigration in Western Europe and North America, to rejoin those who remain still within our shores! I dream of the day when these, the African mathematicians and computer specialists in Washington and New York, the African physicists, engineers, doctors, business managers and economists, will return from London and Manchester and Paris and Brussels to add to the African pool of brain power, to enquire into and find solutions to Africa's problems and challenges, to open the African door to the world of knowledge, to elevate Africa's place within the universe of research the information of new knowledge, education and information."
Amendments to the United Nations Charter: Text of the Charter: Preamble • Chapter I • Chapter II • Chapter III • Chapter IV • Chapter V • Chapter VI • Chapter VII • Chapter VIII • Chapter XVIII • Chapter XIX Amendments to the United Nations Charter
SN 2005bc: Below is an image of SN 2005bc and NGC 5698 taken just over a week after peak brightness.
Pie contact: This page is an archive of the proposed deletion of the article below. Further comments should be made on the appropriate discussion page (such as the article's talk page or on a Votes for Undeletion nomination). No further edits should be made to this page.
Mabel: Mabel as a given name may refer to (sorted by birth year):
Carlos Drummond de Andrade: One of Drummond's best-known poems is his hymn to an ordinary man, "José." It is a poem of desolation:
CHEY-FM: Owned and operated by Astral Media, it broadcasts on 94.7 MHz using a directional antenna with an average effective radiated power of 20,600 watts and a peak effective radiated power of 100,000 watts (class C1).
India Students' Association Saskatoon: The result was delete. Can't sleep, clown will eat me 19:30, 25 September 2006 (UTC)
Paris Métro Line 8: Line 8 is being extended 1.3 km east from Créteil - Préfecture to Créteil - Parc des Sports, with opening scheduled for 2010.
Devotion (album): Devotion is the eleventh studio album by Christian pop rock band Newsboys, released in November 2004. A follow-up album to the band's first worship-oriented project, Adoration, Devotion failed to achieve a hit single as its predecessor did with "He Reigns." Nevertheless, the album debuted at #5 on the Top Christian Albums chart, and at #56 on the Billboard 200 charts. Several Christian artists made guest appearances on the album, including Rebecca St. James, Bethel World Outreach Choir, Stuart Garrard of Delirious?, and Jon Ellis of Tree63.
List of Tribes of the Mardi Gras Indian Nation: This is a list of the Tribes that comprise the Mardi Gras Indian Nation.
DeLillos albums: The following 14 pages are in this category, out of 14 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
New Mexico State Road 6: Some maps show State Road 6 continuing south concurrently with State Road 47 through Belen and onward to U.S. Route 60. This alignment is not reflected in the state highway log.
Maziar Miri: His film, Be ahestegi, was selected to be screened in 2006-Berlin film festival for the programme section.
The Princess of New York: The Princess of New York is a 1921 crime film directed by Donald Crisp. Alfred Hitchcock is credited as a title designer. The film is now lost.
Military utility aircraft 1930-1939: This category has the following 6 subcategories, out of 6 total.
Korkuyorum Anne: Korkuyorum Anne! (English title: Mommy, I'm Scared!) is a 2004 Turkish comedy film written and directed by Reha Erdem. An alternate title for the film is İnsan nedir ki? (What is a human anyway?).
700 Level: The 700 Level referred to the seats in the upper deck of Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia. Usually the most rowdy fans were there, especially at Philadelphia Eagles games and to a lesser extent Philadelphia Phillies games. In his book, If Football's a Religion, Why Don't We Have a Prayer?, Jere Longman described the 700 Level as having a reputation for "hostile taunting, fighting, public urination and general strangeness." Due to an improvement in facilities, there is no equivalent in either Lincoln Financial Field or Citizens Bank Park. The name has also been the inspiration for websites relating to Philadelphia sports, as well as a weekly "Letters to the Editor" section in the Sunday Sports pages of The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Delaware Route 14: After crossing over US 113, the road becomes Front Street and enters the historical district of the town, passing by houses built in the mid-to-late Victorian Era. After crossing Delaware Route 1 Business, the road heads to the northeast and ends at the junction with Delaware Route 1 on the "Milford Bypass."
Cobar railway line, New South Wales: The Cobar railway line is a railway line in New South Wales, Australia. It branches west towards Cobar from the Main West Line at Nyngan (the Main West once continued northwest to Bourke but is now closed from Nyngan onwards). The Cobar line opened in 1892, and continues to carry wheat and ore[1]. After closing to passengers in the 1970s, Cobar railway station has been redeveloped into a community facility[2].
Interregional slave trade: The interregional slave trade was the trading of slaves before the Civil War to the deep South and West territories. The main reasons that this occurred were soil exhaustion which was addressed by Edmund Ruffin in the 1840s as he encouraged crop rotation and new machinery instead of depleting the natural resources in the soil. The Southerners did not want to give their slaves new plows because breaking the tools was often a form of slave rebellion. So instead they moved westward in search of new land. The interregional slave trade was also caused by the spread of industrialization southward. Middle states such as Virginia began to sell more and more states to the deep South where large plantations still existed. The movement westward created many political problems over whether new states should be admitted as slave or free and upset the balance. Because of this the Missouri Compromise and the Kansas Nebraska Act were put into effect.
Westerton: Westerton is also a village in Bearsden , Glasgow. It is situated between Anniesland and Bearsden. It is a conservation village. It contains a Keystore , a hairdressers , a park , a library , local primary school (Westerton Primary School) and a nursery (Westerton Nursery & Pre-School). It has its own train station , Westerton train station and also a Porsche garage.
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Raccoon City: Umbrella scientist James Marcus released the T-Virus at the mansion after being assassinated by Albert Wesker and William Birkin. Marcus had planned to release it in Raccoon City, but was killed by Rebecca Chambers and Billy Coen in the Umbrella Management Training Facility in the Arklay Mountains.
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