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  Trinidad and Tobago - LOCATION, SIZE, AND EXTENT, TOPOGRAPHY, CLIMATE, FLORA AND FAUNA
Elected county councils with certain executive powers govern the eight counties of Trinidad.
The three major cities, Port-of-Spain, San Fernando, and Arima, each have a mayor and a city council.
In 1980, Tobago was granted its own House of Assembly, which sits for four years and consists of 12 elected members and three members chosen by the majority party.
www.nationsencyclopedia.com /Americas/Trinidad-and-Tobago.html   (411 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Pope Gregory XIII
Perhaps one of the happiest events during his pontificate was his arrival at Rome of four Japanese ambassadors on 22 March, 1585.
They had been sent by the converted kings of Bungo, Arima, and Omura, in Japan, to thank the pope for the fatherly care he had shown their country by sending them Jesuit missionaries who had taught them the religion of Christ.
In order to safeguard the Catholic religion in Germany, he instituted a special Congregation of Cardinals for German affairs, the so-called Congregatio Germanica, which lasted from 1573-1578.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/07001b.htm   (2513 words)

  
 Glossary of research economics
ARIMA: Describes a stochastic process or a model of one.
An ARIMA process is made up of sums of autoregressive and moving-average components, and may not be stationary.
ARMA: Describes a stochastic process or a model of one.
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Prior to reform of the system in the early 1990s these counties functioned as the administrative bodies for Local Government with the following modifications:
Saint George was divided into Saint George East, Saint George West, the City of Port of Spain and the Royal Borough of Arima.
The Borough (City after 1988) of San Fernando was separate from County Victoria.
encyc.connectonline.com /index.php/Trinidad_and_Tobago   (2184 words)

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