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Chiang also disregarded the Internationally protected International Settlement, putting cages on its borders, threatening to have the merchants placed in there.
Internationally there is great variability among countries regarding the recognition status of respiratory therapy as a discrete healthcare profession.
Internationally there is also a renewed interest in local musical cultures.
Internationally, there is intense competition in the all-round test of driving: combined driving, also known as horse-driving trials, an equestrian discipline regulated by the Fédération Équestre Internationale ( International Equestrian Federation ) with national organizations representing each member country.
Internationally, The Bhundu Boys are by far the best-known jit performers, and have worked with numerous American and British musicians. Notable recent bands to come up with the Jit sound are Nehoreka who fuse the traditional Jit with funk sounds, there is also Mokoomba and Q Montana.
Internationally there is a tendency for parties with similar ideologies to use similar colours.
* Internationally acclaimed Irish Folk group The Sands Family live in Rostrevor and the group's independent record label, Spring Records has its recording studio there
Internationally there are hundreds of wholesale flower markets and auctions, the largest of which is located in Aalsmeer, Holland: the
Internationally celebrated limnologist Dr. David Schindler, notable for research at the Experimental Lakes Area which led to the banning of harmful phosphates in detergents, warned about algal blooms and dead zones, " The fish-killing blooms that devastated the Great Lakes in the 1960s and 1970s haven't gone away ; they've moved west into an arid world in which people, industry, and agriculture are increasingly taxing the quality of what little freshwater there is to be had here .... This isn't just a prairie problem.
Chiang also disregarded the Internationally protected International Settlement, putting cages on its borders, threatening to have the merchants placed in there.
Internationally there were no successes.
Internationally, there are several similar development programs, these include IdZ ( Germany ), FIST ( UK ), Félin ( France ), Land 125 ( Australia ), MARKUS ( Sweden ), Soldato Futuro ( Italy ), IMESS ( Switzerland ), Projekt TYTAN ( Poland ), FINSAS ( India ) and ACMS ( Singapore ).
Internationally there are pilot gig clubs in France, the Netherlands, the Faroe Islands, Australia and the USA.
Internationally popular to a lesser extent was Hermética, the archrivals of Rata Blanca ( both formed in 87 when V8 disbanded ), but there were no doubts of their massive following at home.
Internationally, there was just one Local, the London Branch.
Internationally, there are 150 company-operated locations and 1, 800 licensees.

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Internationally, DMT is a Schedule I drug under the Convention on Psychotropic Substances.
The other long established club in the city ' Os Galitos ' was founded in 1904 and water related sports such as swimming, sailing and rowing are some of its longest traditional strongest specialities, other sections in the club include chess, basketball, snooker, pool and billiards among others, but rowing is the modality in which the club has a maintained a long and proud tradition going back more than one hundred years, reaching the highest possible excellence as a club with several of its individual and team of rowers having represented Portugal Internationally and at the Olympic games with good classifications on more than a just few occasions.
Internationally, the taxonomy is used in every aspect of education from training of the teachers to the development of testing material.
Internationally, the MCG is remembered as the centrepiece stadium of both the 1956 Summer Olympics and the 2006 Commonwealth Games.
Internationally, the University of Manchester's student union, the Steve Biko Building, on the Oxford road campus, is named in his honour.
Internationally, the most renowned Swedish culinary tradition is the smörgåsbord and, at Christmas, the julbord, including well known Swedish dishes such as gravlax and meatballs.
Internationally, the university is known for research relating to the genome of the Populus tree ( Life sciences ), contributions to the Gleason problem and function spaces on fractals ( mathematics ) and its school of industrial design which gives degree programs in English open to students from all of the world.
Internationally, the CDU is a member of the Centrist Democrat International and the International Democrat Union.
Internationally, Yekaterinburg is best known as a city where the last Russian Tsar Nicholas II and his family were executed in 1918.
Internationally he is acknowledged as the co-inventor of object-oriented programming and the programming language Simula with Ole-Johan Dahl in the 1960s.
Internationally, rodeo is banned in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands, with other European nations placing restrictions on certain practices .| page = 476 | isbn = 0-7167-4255-1 | url = http :// books. google. com / books? id = IhWz87RiuGQC & pg = PA476 & dq = Rodeo + events & lr = lang_en & num = 100 & as_brr = 3 & as_pt = ALLTYPES & ie = ISO-8859-1 & output = html
The Wash is recognised as being Internationally Important for 17 species of bird.
Internationally considered as occupied territory of the Republic of Cyprus since the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974, it is under the control of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, recognised only by Turkey.
Internationally, the SAG is affiliated with the International Federation of Actors.
Internationally he is best known for his opera The Bartered Bride, for the symphonic cycle Má vlast (" My Fatherland "), which portrays the history, legends and landscape of the composer's native land, and for his First String Quartet From My Life.
Internationally, Norris is credited with having " managed, almost single-handedly, to overthrow the anti-homosexuality law which brought about the downfall of Oscar Wilde ", a feat he achieved in 1988 after a fourteen year campaign.
Internationally, the most important sporting event in Požega is the annual judo tournament held in October, organized by the Judokan judo club.
Internationally recognised as part of the Republic of Cyprus, is under the control of the de facto Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and capital of its Girne District.
Internationally recognized and one of the best orchestras in Spain, it is committed to adventurous programing with strong emphasis on education and community partnerships.
Internationally, it helped influence the Massachusetts Body of Liberties, and is seen as a predecessor to the Third, Fifth, Sixth and Seventh amendments to the Constitution of the United States.
Internationally the company often pairs with other parties to operate locations or it will outright sell the operational and administrative rights to a franchisee which is given the designation of master franchise for the territory.
Internationally, Ireland is the gateway to the Atlantic ; Ireland is the last outpost of Europe towards the West ; Ireland is the point upon which great trade routes between East and West converge ; her independence is demanded by the Freedom of the Seas ; her great harbours must be open to all nations, instead of being the monopoly of England.

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Internationally, the International Shooting Sport Federation ( ISSF ) has oversight of all Olympic shooting events worldwide, while National Governing Bodies ( NGBs ) administer the sport within each country.
Internationally, the Conservatives are a member of the International Democrat Union and its European Democrat Union.
Internationally known by the older name of International Accounting Standards ( IAS ).
Internationally, the Field Operations division oversaw the Headquarters Office of International Affairs which in turn oversaw 16 offices outside the country.
Internationally, OBI continued to expand its medical, hunger and disaster relief efforts and, in 1986, Operation Blessing International Relief and Development Corporation was officially incorporated as a 501 ( c )( 3 ) nonprofit organization.
Internationally, the International Standards on Auditing ( ISA ) issued by the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board ( IAASB ) is considered as the benchmark for audit process.
Internationally the sport is organized by the Canoe Polo committee of the International Canoe Federation, as one of the disciplines of the sport of canoeing.
Internationally, The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers sponsors the International Conference on Computer Supported Work and Design, which takes place yearly.
Internationally, the Solidarity Federation forms the British section of International Workers Association, an international federation of anarcho-syndicalist unions and groups.
Internationally they gave up their identification with the Fourth International after a failed attempt in 1947-48 to reunify with the SWP, and aligned with the left wings of the British Labour Party, other European social democratic parties, and nationalist forces like the Indian National Congress party in colonial and ex-colonial countries.
Internationally, he has been recognized by the IIHF in the International Centennial All-Star Team.
Internationally, Roosevelt favored the policies associated with the Bretton Woods Agreement which fixed exchange rates and established international economic institutions such as the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.
Internationally he became an icon for fighting the Chinese government for more democracy in Hong Kong, and was recognised and awarded by a number of international organisations, including the " 1995 International Human Rights Award " by the American Bar Association, the Prize For Freedom by the Liberal International in 1996, the " Democracy Award " by the United States ' National Endowment for Democracy in 1997, and the " Schuman Medal " in 2000 which Lee was the first non-European to receive from the European Peoples Party and European Democrats.
Internationally, it is aligned with the International Democratic Union.
From 2005 WIUT has offered the first Internationally accredited Masters of Arts in International Business and Management as well as a professional qualification for teachers, the Post Graduate Certificate in Special Studies-Teaching and Learning.
Internationally women's lacrosse has a thirty-one member group called the Federation of International Lacrosse, which sponsors the Women's Lacrosse World Cup once every four years.
Internationally, Conservative Future participates in the centre-right International Young Democrat Union.

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