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In summer 2010, the world's first permanent airport library opened alongside the museum, providing passengers access to a collection of 1, 200 books ( translated into 29 languages ) by Dutch authors or on subjects relating to the country ’ s history and culture.
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Love toured Europe, Japan, and the United States promoting the album in the spring and summer of 2010, ending the tour at Seattle's Bumbershoot festival in September.
The current Executive Producer is Kieran Roberts who was once a Producer of " Emmerdale " and the Producer is ex-Doctor Who producer Phil Collinson, who took over from Kim Crowther in summer 2010.
In summer 2010, the Hayling Island Sailing Club hosted the 2010 World Laser Standard Senior and Junior Championships ( 27 August-5 September ).
The new genre book for Champions came out shortly thereafter, and a new Fantasy HERO was released in the summer of 2010.
The HK416 recently won a testing competition for the US Marine Corps Infantry Automatic Rifle program and entered final testing as the M27 in summer 2010.
In April 2010, it was announced that Rhythm Devils will tour in the summer of 2010 with a new lineup including Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann ( assorted percussion ), Keller Williams ( guitar, vocals ), Sikiru Adepoju ( talking drum ), Davy Knowles ( guitar, vocals ), and Andy Hess ( bass ).
Before the start of the 2010 – 11 season the NBA had an exciting summer with one of the most anticipated free agent classes of all time.
A significant reduction in winter rainfall has been observed with a greater number of extreme rainfall events in the summer months, such as slow-moving storms on 8 February 1992 which brought of rain, the highest recorded in Perth, and a severe thunderstorm on 22 March 2010, which brought of rain and caused significant damage in the metropolitan area.
Over the summer of 2010, Roxy Music headlined at various festivals across the world, including Lovebox at London's Victoria Park, Electric Picnic in Stradbally, Co. Laois, Ireland, and Bestival on the Isle of Wight.
In summer 2010, the band – then touring with Pat Benatar – announced that it will release a 30th anniversary deluxe edition reissue of Hi Infidelity.
The new discovery is part of the Stonehenge Hidden Landscape Project which began in the summer of 2010.
Across the summer the band played a number of festivals, including Weyfest and Glastonbury and T in the Park in the UK and Oxegen 2010 in Ireland, and concerts in Japan, Greece, Poland, Slovakia and Bulgaria.
In the summer of 2010, Wabash reconstructed Mud Hollow and Byron P. Hollett Stadium to provide the football, soccer, baseball and intramural teams with better athletic facilities.
In summer 2010 Washington Dulles served 49, 000 more passengers than for the same month of the previous year.
In early 2010 Joey Belladonna returned to Anthrax for the shows in summer of 2010 as well as committing to the band for a new album.
It opened during summer 2009 and enabled safe operations during the winter of 2009 / 2010 and onwards.
Beneath the Colosseum, a network of subterranean passageways once used to transport wild animals and gladiators to the arena opened to the public in summer 2010.
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The world's largest club team tournament, the Czech Open is a traditional summer tournament held in Prague, Czech Republic.
The ' Internationales Musikinstitut Darmstadt ', harboring one of the world's largest collections of post-war sheet music, also hosts the biennial Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik, a summer school in contemporary classical music founded by Wolfgang Steinecke.
Each summer, the HAARP holds a summer school for visiting students, including foreign nationals, giving them an opportunity to do research with one of the world's foremost research instruments.
Arlington's former secretary, Pierre du Moulin, had after fleeing to the Republic begun to work for William ; in the summer of 1673 he exploited the fears of the English population by starting a propaganda campaign, using one of the Dutch main assets: the world's largest printing capacity.
The name " Neckar " was also given to the world's first motorboat made during the summer of 1886 by Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach when their Standuhr ( Grandfather Clock ) petrol engine was tested on the river near Bad Cannstatt.
On that basis KCBS has claimed to be the world's oldest broadcast station and celebrated its 100th anniversary in the summer of 2009.
A series of wagon lifts, stairs, and even an elevator designed by the same engineer as those at the Eiffel Tower ( which at the time was the world's largest ) were put in place to accommodate the tourists and summer dwellers.
South-eastern Wexford is an important site for wild birds — the north side of Wexford Harbour, the North Slob, is home to 10, 000 Greenland White-Fronted Geese each winter ( roughly one third of the entire world's population ), while in the summer Lady's Island Lake is an important breeding site for terns, especially the Roseate Tern.
Among the many distinctive aspects of La Borde is the annual summer tradition in which the " boarders " and staff work together to perform a play, choosing from among the world's greatest classical works.
These high pressure cells shift towards the poles in the summer and towards the equator in the winter, playing a major role in the formation of the world's tropical deserts and the Mediterranean Basin's climate.
The Big Room contains the world's most extensive formation of brushite moonmilk ; it is closed during the summer for several months ( April 15 to October 15 ) each year because it is a nursery roost for over 1, 000 cave bats.
* DreamHack, the world's largest computer festival ( DHW specific for winter event and DHS for summer event ).
Despite running the Ingolstadt production line at full capacity, supply fell short of demand to such an extent that during the summer of 1970 an additional production line for Audi 100s was set up in Volkswagen's own Wolfsburg plant, which made it the first water-cooled car to be produced in Germany's ( and by some criteria the world's ) largest car plant.
The summer festival is the highlight of the business year for most local businesses as crowds and horses flock from all over the world to attend one of the world's biggest race meetings.
Administrators from many of the world's leading opera houses visit Glimmerglass throughout the summer and hear the Young Artists in performance.
In 1998, Squamish was briefly the home of the world's first unionized McDonald's franchise, although the union was decertified by the summer of 1999.
Computerised graphics have been popular since BBC Two introduced the world's first computer-generated television identification in the summer of 1979.
His London Evening Standard column, begun in summer 1956, is now the world's longest running daily chess column, breaking the previous record set by George Koltanowski in the San Francisco Chronicle.
In 2011 the world's smallest fire truck was delivered, and the summer residents were trained in operating the equipment.
Most famous are its gay pride parade, the world's largest, held every June ; the Folsom Street Fair held every September ; Chinese New Year Parade held in February ; Carnaval, held during the spring ; Litquake and Hardly Strictly Bluegrass in October ; and the North American home of the Loveparade ( now known as the " Lovefest "), held in the late summer / early fall.
Upon its opening to a public beta in summer 2009, Renderfarm. fi claimed to be the world's first publicly distributed render farm that advocated the use of Creative Commons licensing.