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 Heafodburg - Wikipedia
A number of cases exist where states or other entities have multiple capitals.
Unlike medieval capitals, which were declared wherever a monarch held his or her court, the selection, relocation, founding, or capture of a modern capital city is an emotional affair.
Amsterdam is the nominal national capital of The Netherlands even though the Dutch government, head of state and supreme court are all located in The Hague. /wiki/Heafodburg   (740 words)

 List of historical national capitals - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Throughout the world there are many cities that were once national capitals but no longer have that status because the country ceased to exist, the capital was moved, or the capital city was renamed.
This is a list of such cities, sorted by country and then by date.
Karlsruhe remained the capital of the German state of Baden until 1945. /wiki/List_of_historical_national_capitals   (536 words)

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 List, National System of Political Economy: The Online Library of Liberty
The National System of Political Economy by Friedrich List, trans.
List maintains that in the early years of the nineteenth century England had obtained the manufacturing and commercial supremacy of the world to such a degree that all the other nations were in danger of becoming mere providers of food and raw materials in return for her manufactures.
List goes on to show that by this English method of dealing with gluts the whole manufacturing power, the system of credit, nay, the agriculture and generally the whole economical system of the nations who are placed in free competition with England, are shaken to their foundations. /Texts/Econlib/List0178/NationalSystem/0168_Bk.html   (13837 words)

 Why War? Keywords: Belgrade
Thrice occupied by Austria (1688-1690, 1717-1739, 1789-1791), the city was briefly held (1806-1813) by Serbian forces during the first national uprising against Ottoman rule, and in 1817 became the capital of an autonomous principality of Serbia (except in the period from 1818-1839, when Kragujevac was the country's capital city).
Belgrade (Serbo-Croatian, Београд, Beograd, German Belgrad), (population 1.2 million, 1,717,800 including the suburbs by census of 2002) is the capital of Serbia (since 1817) and Yugoslavia (1918-2003).
Sarajevo was a short period of time considered as a candidate for the capital. /encyclopedia/places/Belgrade   (964 words) of countries by population
List of countries and capitals in native languages
This is a list of sovereign states and other territories by population.
Only the 191 United Nations member states, plus the Republic of China and the Vatican City are numbered; other territories are included for purposes of comparison. /browse/wiki/List_of_countries_by_population   (474 words)

 List of capitals of subnational entities - Wikipedia
See also: List of national capitals, national capitals by country, list of subnational entities, list of cities
List of capitals of subnational entities covers currently the following states: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Philippines (start), Poland, Russia (incomplete), Somalia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Ukraine (partial), United Kingdom, United States.
The capital gives the province its name, see Provinces of Thailand /li/List_of_capitals_of_subnational_entities.html   (112 words)

 National Institute for Literacy (NIFL)- Discussion Lists
The purpose of the National Institute for Literacy's Discussion List is to bring together literacy stakeholders - researchers, policymakers, administrators, practitioners, and students - to discuss critical issues on the latest research, promising policies and practices, as well as sharing resources and experience.
Discussion list participants are encouraged to focus their contributions to the list on specific subject areas and goals that are posted on each of the lists' archive pages.
Email messages typed in all capitals are considered shouting and in discussion forums are considered rude, so please be considerate and for emphasis use *emphasis* or _emphasis_ instead of all capitals. /lincs/discussions/list_guidelines.html   (807 words)

 Down the Ladder: Part 1: National Capitals quiz -- free game
This national capital is west of Stockholm, southeast of Bergen, and north of the Skaggerak.
This national capital is northwest of Malmo, north of Roskilde, and east of Jutland.
This national capital is north of Greece, west of Plovdiv, and south of Montana! /playquiz.cfm?qid=95323&origin=   (235 words)

National capitals were arguably less important as military objectives in other parts of the world including the West, due to socioeconomic trends toward localized authority, a strategic modus operandi especially popular after the development of feudalism and reaffirmed by the development of democratic and capitalistic philosophies.
Unlike medieval capitals, which were declared wherever a monarch held his or her court, the selection, relocation, founding or capture of a modern capital city is an emotional affair.
The capital naturally attracts the politically motivated and those whose skills are needed for efficient administration of government such as lawyers, journalists, and public policy researchers. /en/Capital_(government).htm   (1235 words)

 Nations Online Project :: A Destination Guide to Countries and Nations of the World
Use the maps for a voyage of discovery of countries, nation-states, areas, territories and remote provinces.
List of country names in alphabetical order in
A statement for the peaceful, nonviolent coexistence of nations, for cultural diversity and cultural identity,   (336 words)

 List of places - Gurupedia
List of localities (Victoria), Local Government Areas of Victoria, and Counties of Victoria
Lists of places in a state or city
List of places inspiring definitions in the Meaning of Liff /l/li/list_of_places.htm   (79 words)

 List of national anthems - Psychology Central
Dependent areas are listed only if they have an anthem separate from or in addition to that of their mother country.
National Anthems of the USSR and Union Republicsfa:فهرست سرودهای ملی کشورها
National Anthem of the Republic of China (National Banner Song is used as the alternate anthem at international events such as the Olympic Games) /psypsych/List_of_national_anthems   (1106 words)

 Cetinje - - Montenegro, List of national capitals, or fix a stub, stub article, ...
Cetinje, Montenegro, List of national capitals, or fix a...
See also: List of national capitals/Historical list of national capitals
Cetinje is the former royal Montenegrin capital city. /Cetinje.html   (124 words)

 Shaking Hands with Saddam Hussein
His December 1983 tour of regional capitals included Baghdad, where he was to establish "direct contact between an envoy of President Reagan and President Saddam Hussein," while emphasizing "his close relationship" with the president [Document 28].
One of these directives from Reagan, National Security Decision Directive (NSDD) 99, signed on July 12, 1983, is available only in a highly redacted version [Document 21].
In preparation for his second round of meetings with officials in Baghdad, Donald Rumsfeld asks for a list of the countries that the U.S. has approached in order to persuade them to cut off arms sales to Iran. /~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB82   (7873 words)

 Sirotablog: Bush: Bad Data Means Stop Publishing
The national GOP is promising an onslaught to win the race - give Sanders' grassroots campaign a boost by making a campaign donation today.
- In 2003, when the nation's governors came to Washington to complain about inadequate federal funding for the states, the Bush administration decided to stop publishing the budget report that states use to see what money they are, or aren't, getting.
That scientific data was seen by the White House as a direct affront to the pro-life movement. /2005/04/bush-bad-data-means-stop-publishing.html   (657 words)

 E-mail list for fixed-term staff
This list will provide a support medium and infrastructure for the activities of academic and related staff who are on fixed term/temporary contracts in the UK.
The list is open so anyone can join although I expect AUT members might be the most active users of the list.
The e-mail communication group (list) aimed at all academic and related staff on fixed term contracts is now ready. /unions/AUT/fixed-term.html   (653 words) >> Encyclopedia >> Belgrade
List of words having different meanings in British and American English/rewrite#Moot
The expression that point is moot is exclusively American, whereas in British English a debatable point would be described as a moot point. /research/encyclopedia.cgi?subject=/Belgrade   (187 words)

 National Review: Dire states: in the eighties most state governments imitated the federal government; now they blame it for their problems - budget deficits and tax policy
Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Texas have all seen their operating budgets grow by roughly 20 per cent in just two years, according to data from the National Association of State Budget Officers.
National Review: Dire states: in the eighties most state governments imitated the federal government; now they blame it for their problems - budget deficits and tax policy
ANOTHER bitter irony in the states' riches-to-rags story is that just a few years ago many liberal commentators observed approvingly that the big-spending states had become the true laboratories of democracy, because of their willingness to appropriate funds to solve the nation's pressing social ills. /p/articles/mi_m1282/is_n13_v43/ai_11073524   (1526 words)

 MapTap Data Buffet
The list includes all national capitals, all cities with population over 500,000, the largest city in each country, and an ad hoc assortment of other places.
Also includes national capital, state capitals, county seats (even if population is less than 100,000).
All cities with populations 10,000-99,999, unless the city is listed in layer "UScities1". /maptap/data   (755 words)

 Text Only Version -- National Register of Historic Places Pipestone, Minnesota Travel Itinerary
In the late 1970s Pipestone's historic and architectural significance was recognized by its listing as a historic district in the National Register of Historic Places.
We also have one of the two Federal National Monuments in Minnesota, which is a "must see" when you visit.
From this union descended the nation of the Lakota Oyate, the eagle nation. /nr/travel/pipestone/textonly.htm   (16186 words)

 List of national capitals - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of national capitals of the world in alphabetical order.
List of capitals and larger cities by country
list of countries whose capital is not their largest city /wiki/List_of_national_capitals   (85 words)

 list of extinct states - Article and Reference from
The Kingdom of Hawaii was unified in 1810 under Kamehameha I, and was recognized by the United States as an independent nation from 1826 until January 17, 1893.
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (or The Commonwealth of the Two Nations) partitioned in 1772-1795 among Russia, Prussia and Austria.
United Provinces of Central America also known as United States of Central America-- independent 1823; fell apart into separate states in civil war 1838-1840. /encyclopedia/list-of-extinct-states   (2901 words)

Cetinje is the former royal capital of Montenegro and the seat of the throne. /index.php?title=Cetinje&action=edit   (74 words)

List all the national capitals of Middle American countries.
Describe the major contributions of the Mayans, Aztecs, Spanish, Africans, Catholic church, and European colonialism in shaping contemporary Middle America.
The Bahamas and its capital, Turks and Caicos /~tstoudno/gunit-3.htm   (217 words)

 Hugh Hewitt
If "civil war" is to mean anything, it must not be attached to a country in which all major parties are currently negotiating the formation of a government after three successful elections, and in which the deeply suspicious groups have agreed on a the formation of a national security council.
Socialism undermines the character of a nation and of its citizens.
The Craig's List Katrina aid is a perfect example. /#postid1348   (12573 words)

 list of historical national capitals - OneLook Dictionary Search
Additional searches for list of historical national capitals...
Tip: Click on the first link on a line below to go directly to a page where "list of historical national capitals" is defined.
We found one dictionary with English definitions that includes the word list of historical national capitals: /?w=list+of+historical+national+capitals   (97 words)

 Quia - Spanish Speaking National Capitals Word Search
The Spanish names of 10 National Capitals that have Spanish as one of their main languages have been hidden below.
See a list of terms used in these activities.
To learn how to make your own, just like this, click here. /jg/56824.html   (58 words)

 Buenos Aires, Argentina
Also horse racing can be seen in the Jockey Club as well as the national game pato, a kind of basketball played on horseback (sometimes called "horseball" in english).
Buenos Aires is located at the southern side of the River Plate, on the southeast coast of the South American continent.
After the internal conflicts of the 19th century, Buenos Aires was federalized and removed from Buenos Aires province; its city limits were enlarged to include the former towns of Belgrano and Flores (both are now neighbourhoods in the city). /c1163-n7-buenos-aires-argentina.html   (2016 words) Specials
Bailey was entering his 33rd season as a player or scout in the National Hockey League and his eighth with the Kings.
As a player, Bailey spent five years with the Boston Bruins and was a member of Stanley Cup championship teams in 1969-70 and 1971-72.
Garnet "Ace" Bailey, 53, of Lynnfield, Massachusetts, was director of pro scouting for the Los Angeles Kings hockey team. /SPECIALS/2001/   (894 words)

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