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Urban conflicts in Free Imperial Cities, which sometimes amounted to class warfare, were not uncommon in the Early Modern Age, particularly in the 17th century ( Lübeck, 1598 – 1669 ; Schwäbisch Hall, 1601 – 1604 ; Frankfurt, 1612 – 1614 ; Wezlar, 1612 – 1615 ; Erfurt, 1648 – 1664 ; Cologne, 1680 – 1685 ; Hamburg 1678-1693, 1702 – 1708 ).
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Urban and Free
A critic from Het Vrije Volk ( Free People ) writes ' Geklad, geklets en geklodder in het Stedelijk Museum ' ( Smirch, twaddle and mess in the Urban Museum of Amsterdam ).
In March 2007, Reid played with Jamaaladeen Tacuma, and G. Calvin Weston at Tonic in NYC, and Tritone in Philadelphia, which led them to record as Free Form Funky Freqs with the title of the recording called Urban Mythology Volume 1.
Urban Outfitters, Inc. () is a publicly traded American company that owns and operates over 400 retail locations across five retail brands: Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, Free People, Terrain, and BHLDN.
Urban Outfitters originated as " The Free People's Store " in 1970 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, focusing on " funky " fashion and household products.
George Robert Urban ( 12 April 1921 Miskolc, Hungary – 3 October 1997 ) was a Hungarian writer, best known as a broadcaster for Radio Free Europe ( RFE ).
At this time, Ez and former partner Mark Toorock ( M2 ) split and Ez formed a new company, Urban Free Flow.
* Online Compendium of Free Information for the Community Based Urban Design Process CharretteCenter. net
The Institute's book edited by Gabriel Roth, Street Smart, was designated by Planetizen as “ Top 10 ” Book for 2007 in Urban Planning, Design, and Development Community, and Restoring Free Speech and Liberty on Campus, by Donald Downs, received the Peter Shaw Memorial Award for 2006.
When his store ’ s popularity grew, he opened a second store and he changed its name from Free People to Urban Outfitters.
According to the press release that was featured on the station's website: " The new format, which will engage 25-49 year old adults, takes the best music of Urban Adult Contemporary stations and adds compelling content delivered by proven national personalities Tom Joyner, Ananda Lewis, Michael Baisden, Wendy Williams and Free.
Santana Row offers a mix of high-end and mid-tier retail tenants, ranging from luxury brands like Gucci, Burberry, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Tourneau, to casual brands like Diesel, H & M, Ann Taylor LOFT, Anthropologie, Free People, and Urban Outfitters.
Urban and Imperial
In June 2006, EMI re-activated the Imperial Records imprint and announced that it will be the full-service Urban Music division of Caroline Distribution, part of Virgin Records, spearheaded by urban music veteran Neil Levine.
It can also be a generic term for a major city that dominates the economic activities of a large region and which also builds impressive public and private structures and cultural institutions, even if it possesses a democratic government within the framework of a larger republic ( for example, as described in the book Imperial San Francisco: Urban Power, Earthly Ruin by Gray Brechin ).
Urban and Cities
When in Helena, most people visit the local walking mall, completed in the early 1980s after Urban Renewal and the Model Cities Program in the early 1970s had removed many historic buildings from the downtown district, taking nearly a decade to renovate, a three block long shopping district following the original Last Chance Gulch.
It was followed by the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991. The local agencies ( Counties and Cities ) in California were assured that an equal or not less amount of monies will still be annually apportioned to the Counties and Cities as they received in 1990-91 under the Federal Highway Act of 1987 under the old Federal Aid Urban ( FAU ) and Federal Aid Secondary Program
Congressman F. Bradford Morse assisted in the city's selection for " Model Cities " status ; Brendan Fleming, UML, Math Department, faculty member, after his election to the Lowell City Council proposed the first Historic District “ The Mill and Canal District ” which was approved in 1972 ; Gordon Marker, Executive Director of Model Cities and an urban planner, was instrumental in designing the concept for an Urban Park based on Historic Preservation and Economic Revitalization ; Patrick Mogan, Education Administrator and later Superintendent of Schools, was primarily interested in Lowell ’ s children and strongly advocated the preservation and sharing of their cultural experiences ; and the Lowell Historical Society which opened the Lowell Museum in 1976.
Cities automatically qualified for the grant if they met the requirements, but were required to submit allocation reports ( showing to whom and where the money was spent ) and quarterly reports to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.
During Kennedy's presidency Glazer worked in the Housing and Home Finance Agency, predecessor to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and in Lyndon Johnson's administration he was a consultant with the Model Cities Program.
The Romance of Culture in an Urban Civilization: Robert E. Park on Race and Ethnic Relations in Cities, London & New York: Routledge.
Chávez is a member of the National Building Museum ’ s Intelligent Cities Advisory Committee and member of the U. S. Department of Agriculture's Vibrant Cities and Urban Forests Task Force.
A founding member of the Urban Cities and Communities Caucus hosting dozens of meetings with provincial governments and Canada's big city mayors, publishing a report ' Foundations for a Nation ' on Canada's infrastructure deficit.
His latest book, Urban Meltdown: Cities, Climate Change and Politics as Usual, was published by New Society Publishers in 2007 .< ref >
* Winner: Paper Cities: An Anthology of Urban Fantasy, edited by Ekaterina Sedia ( Senses Five Press )
* Dovey, K. ' The Politics of Urban Spectacle ' in: Global Cities, Local Sites, Straw, W. & Tallack, D. ( eds ) Melbourne: MUP, Electronic book, 2009.
Also from 2002 – 2003, Salen was asked to design the Big Urban Game ( BUG ), a citywide multiplayer game which was to be played by the residents of Minneapolis and St. Paul in Minnesota as part of the Twin Cities Design Celebration.
Urban and which
Urban Arcologies appear as a key backdrop throughout the science fiction universe of the Trinity Roleplaying Game, which includes major Arcologies depicted in the United States, The United Kingdom, China and Japan.
Urban Müller created brainfuck in 1993 with the intention of designing a language which could be implemented with the smallest possible compiler, inspired by the 1024-byte compiler for the FALSE programming language.
Urban II preached the First Crusade, which united Western Europe, and more importantly, reconciled the majority of bishops who had abandoned Gregory VII.
Urban civilization, which includes modern-day Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan, may have begun as early as 3000 to 2000 BC.
* Urban Aeronautics ' X-Hawk is a VTOL aircraft which operates much like a tandem rotor helicopter, however it doesn't have the exposed rotors which make helicopters dangerous for personal use.
The year 2005 saw the emergence of The British Urban Film Festival, a timely addition to the film festival calendar which recognised the influence of Kidulthood on UK audiences and which consequently began to showcase a growing profile of films in a genre which previously was not otherwise regularly seen in the capital ’ s cinemas.
Here he composed a large number of motets and other sacred music, which, being brought to the notice of Pope Urban VIII, obtained for him an appointment in the choir of the Sistine Chapel at Rome with the contralto role.
Urban planning of the Hobart CBD in particular the Heritage listed areas such as Sullivans Cove are also intensely scrutinised by State Government, which is operated out of Parliament House on the waterfront.
John Wycliffe's entrance upon the stage of ecclesiastical politics is usually related to the question of feudal tribute to which England had been rendered liable by King John, which was not paid for thirty-three years until Pope Urban V in 1365 claimed it.
It was this very man who laboured to bring about the recognition of Urban VI ( 1378 – 1389 ), which appears to contradict his former attitude and to demand an explanation.
How Wycliffe came to be active in the interest of Urban is seen in passages in his latest writings, in which he expressed himself in regard to the papacy in a favorable sense.
Guillermi's version is mostly copied from other works with small additions or excisions from the papal biographies of Pandulf, nephew of Hugo of Alatri, which in turn was copied almost verbatim from the original Liber Pontificalis ( with the notable exception of the biography of Pope Leo IX ), then from other sources until Pope Honorius II ( 1124 – 1130 ), and with contemporary information from Pope Paschal II ( 1099 – 1118 to Pope Urban II ( 1088 – 1099 ).
Urban economics, which examines the challenges faced by cities, such as sprawl, air and water pollution, traffic congestion, and poverty, draws on the fields of urban geography and sociology.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency ( FEMA ) activated eleven of its Urban Search and Rescue Task Forces, which consisted of a team of 665 rescue workers.
However when excavating the Catacomb of Callixtus Italian archaeologist Giovanni de Rossi uncovered the lid of a sarcophagus which suggested that Pope Urban was in fact buried there.
The chronicler Robert the Monk put this into the mouth of Urban II: ... this land which you inhabit, shut in on all sides by the seas and surrounded by the mountain peaks, is too narrow for your large population ; nor does it abound in wealth ; and it furnishes scarcely food enough for its cultivators.
" One notable contrast with the speeches recorded by Robert the Monk, Guibert of Nogent and Baldric of Dol is the lesser emphasis on Jerusalem itself, which Urban only once mentions as his own focus of concern: in the letter to the Flemish he writes, " they Turks have seized the Holy City of Christ, embellished by his passion and resurrection, and blasphemy to say — have sold her and her churches into abominable slavery.
Roger as a secular ruler seemed a reliable ally, since he was merely a vassal of his kinsman the Count of Apulia, himself a vassal of Rome, so it seemed safe at the time for Urban to give him these extraordinary powers, which were later to lead to bitter confrontations with Roger I's Hohenstaufen heirs.
Italy commanded Urban IV's near full attention: the long confrontation with the late Hohenstaufen Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II had not been pressed during the mild pontificate of Alexander IV, during which it devolved into inter-urban struggles between nominally pro-Imperial Ghibellines and even more nominally pro-papal Guelf factions.