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The reason for this change was the lack of POW manpower in Districts XVII and XVIII ..
Centeno is running for the Council seat in Districts 4, 1, 4 and 15 with Ald. Lori Rocha.
Adjutant General, and District Officer Commanding in Districts seven, six, three, and two.
Canada's Defence ForceIts Relationship to the World Conflict
Note 116: "Reports Submitted by Mr.E. B. Havell During the Years 1885-1888 on the Arts and Industries of Certain Districts of the Madras Presidency," Selections from the Records of the Madras Government.
Colonial Lists/Indian Power: Identity Politics in Nineteenth Century Telugu-Speaking India
Sub-planetary jurisdictions are called districts, with District
The Masuria take their name from the _masur_ or lentil, a common cold-weather crop in the northern Districts, which is, however, grown by all Kurmis and other cultivators; and the
The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India - Volume IV of IV Kumhar-Yemkala
Deans watched outside centre Rob Horne make his comeback in Southern Districts' 43-35 win against Gordon at Chatswood Oval on Saturday.
The population of the Capitol is shown over and over again that they have been taught to believe that their society is perfect, and that this horrible, torturous existence of the Districts is the way things are supposed to be.
Most districts have their own distinct flavor, such as Districts 10-12 being a densely populated residential section for blue-collar workers, and District 9 as the academic quarter.
Districts had to be near the target size of 220,000 people each, or about 1/40th of the state's population, and the only towns that could be split into more than one district were Jersey City and Newark, which have populations greater than 220,000.
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