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Some municipalities in the Kingdom of Sweden have divided their territory into smaller areas, which often are assigned an administrative board responsible for certain elements of municipal governance within their district.
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Some people, and parties, such as the Conservative and Progress Party, call for the abolishment of the county municipalities once and for all, while others, including the Labour Party, merely want to merge some of them into larger regions.
Some states and municipalities, however, may have laws that become effective when a property is listed in the National Register.
Some gay villages are not neighborhoods at all, but instead are entirely separate municipalities from the city for which they serve as the primary gay enclave, e. g., West Hollywood in the Los Angeles area, and Wilton Manors in the Miami / Fort Lauderdale area.
Some municipalities in the county still maintain a sheriff's department to fill the void of the abolishment of the county sheriff's department, such as the City of Shelton which has established the Shelton Sheriff's Department to carry out warrants in the city.
Some of them are well gardened playgrounds or resting spaces while others, like Lac Beauchamp Park, are relatively wild green areas which often merge with the woods and fields of the surrounding municipalities.
Some airports, for example, cross several municipalities or regions, and mix the letters around, giving rise to DFW for Dallas-Fort Worth, DTW for Detroit-Wayne, RDU for Raleigh-Durham, MSP for Minneapolis-St. Paul and LBA for Leeds Bradord.
Some cities and municipalities also extend the usage of the word ' district ' to refer to certain areas, even without having any formal administrative purposes.
Some would apply that classification to the District of Columbia in America or Distrito Federal in Mexico, but these are federal government districts and not ordinary municipalities.
Some municipalities, including Waterloo, became part of the Dyle department, which became the province of Brabant Méridional in 1815 under the Dutch rule after the defeat of Napoleon.
Some municipalities still use the term " City " ( Swedish: stad ) when referring to themselves, a practice adopted by the largest and most urban municipalities Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö.
Some 25 municipalities and communities were incorporated politically into the other 6 according to the table below.
Some municipalities in Massachusetts provide domestic partnerships, as an alternative option to marriage.
Some aired long-standing grievances against the government, others were targeted entirely locally, against decisions of the now self-governing municipalities.
Some saw it as a buy-off to get the municipalities to cooperate with the lease, though the government asserted that the package was intended to promote economic development along the corridor.
Some municipalities, particularly Toronto, also complained that the government was " downloading " the costs of services that the province had formerly paid for onto local city and municipal governments.
Some municipalities do not offer this process, opting to handle such situations under special use permits instead.
Some years later in 1850 the municipalities of Wenden and Römershagen were joined to form the new municipality of Wenden ( Amt Wenden ).
Some provinces, via their bylaws, also allow municipalities within their boundaries to regulate the use of firearms.
* Some Maryland counties and municipalities have arms and / or flags incorporating elements of the arms, including the city of Baltimore, Baltimore County, Howard County, Calvert County, Caroline County and Worcester County.
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Some scholars believe that Amos's message was recorded after he delivered it to the Northern Kingdom, upon returning to his southern homeland of Tekoa, a town eight kilometres south of Bethlehem.
Some saw this as the United Kingdom meddling in the territory's affairs to benefit itself ( and the EU ), at the expense of the islands ' economy.
Some countries like the United Kingdom have no entrenched document setting out fundamental rights ; in those jurisdictions the constitution is composed of statute, case law and convention.
Some of these groups have been transferred out of the Kingdom Fungi, in part because of fundamental biochemical differences in the composition of the cell wall.
" Some commentators have questioned whether Thatcherism was consistent with the traditional concept of conservatism in the United Kingdom, and saw her views as more consistent with radical classical liberalism.
Some believe that the Kingdom itself is not worldwide but limited to the land of Israel promised to Abraham and ruled over in the past by David, with a worldwide empire.
Some delegations within the group, notably the United Kingdom Independence Party, also advocate the complete withdrawal of their country from the EU whilst others only wish to limit further European integration.
Some of their films faced legal challenges in the United Kingdom ; after the Video Recordings Act of 1984, it became a legal offense to sell a copy of such films as Cannibal Holocaust and SS Experiment Camp.
Some of the most commercially successful films of all time have been produced in the United Kingdom, including the two highest-grossing film franchises ( Harry Potter and James Bond ).
Some of Gregory's theological writings suggest that, like his friend Gregory of Nyssa, he may have supported some form of the doctrine of apocatastasis, the belief that God will bring all of creation into harmony with the Kingdom of Heaven.
Some notable pre-colonial states and societies in Africa include the Nok culture, Mali Empire, Ashanti Empire, Kingdom of Mapungubwe, Kingdom of Sine, Kingdom of Saloum, Kingdom of Baol, Kingdom of Zimbabwe, Kingdom of Kongo, Ancient Carthage, Numidia, Mauretania, the Aksumite Empire, the Ajuuraan State and the Adal Sultanate.
Some naval raids and attempts to retake territory were made over the next ten years, but with the loss of the island of Arwad in 1302 / 1303, the Kingdom of Jerusalem ceased to exist on the mainland.
Some sources report that the 3rd-century Chancellor ( China ) Zhuge Liang of the Kingdom of Shu in China invented a land mine type device.
Some of the more notable communities exist in the South Korea, the United States, the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom.
He has also appeared on some Comcast commercials, and in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand during 2007, advertising the chocolate bar Snickers with the slogan " Get Some Nuts!
Some have seen this as a sign of Macbeth's power, others have seen his presence, together with Iehmarc, who may be Echmarcach mac Ragnaill, as proof that Malcolm II was overlord of Moray and of the Kingdom of the Isles.
Some scholars believe that, from the very beginning of the Tripartite negotiations between the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom and France, it was clear that the Soviet position required the other parties to agree to a Soviet occupation of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, as well as for Finland be included in the Soviet sphere of influence.
Some areas of the world such as Washington and Oregon in the United States, and Wales in the United Kingdom, have used geographic features to store large quantities of water in elevated reservoirs, using excess electricity at times of low demand to pump water up to the reservoirs, then letting the water pass through turbine generators to retrieve the energy when electrical demands peak.
Some remained in politics: Mackenzie Bowell continued to serve as a senator ; R. B. Bennett moved to the United Kingdom after being elevated to the House of Lords ; and a number led Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition in the Canadian parliament: John A. Macdonald, Arthur Meighen, William Lyon Mackenzie King, and Pierre Trudeau, all before being re-appointed as premier ( Mackenzie King twice ); Alexander Mackenzie and John Diefenbaker, both prior to sitting as regular Members of Parliament until their deaths ; Wilfrid Laurier dying while still in the post ; and Charles Tupper, Louis St. Laurent, and John Turner, each before they returned to private business.