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  Austrian Embassy - Washington, D.C. - Home
Tyrol, or Tirol, is a historical region in Western Central Europe, which includes the Austrian state of Tyrol (consisting of North Tyrol and East Tyrol) and the Italian region known as Trentino-Alto A...
Upper Austria (German: Oberösterreich) is one of the nine states or Bundesländer of Austria.
Carinthia (German: Kärnten) is the southernmost Austrian state or Land; it is chiefly famous for its mountains and lakes.
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 Tyrol (state) information - Search.com
It is split into two parts, known as North Tyrol and East Tyrol separated by a 10-20 km wide band of the state Salzburg.
This is second only to the highest mountain of South Tyrol, the Ortler, 3.905 m (12.812 ft.), a summit that was in the times of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy the highest top of the empire.
The state is divided into 8 districts (Bezirke), and a Statutarstadt, Innsbruck.
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  Science Fair Projects - Tyrol (state)
Tyrol (Tirol in German) is a federal state or Bundesland, located in the west of Austria.
The highest mountain in the state is the Großglockner in the High Tauern, with an elevation of 3.798 m (12.461 ft.), second only to the highest mountain of South Tyrol, the Ortler, 3.905 m (12.812 ft.), a summit that was in the times of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy the highest top of the empire.
Historically, Tyrol was a County of the Holy Roman Empire, later the Austrian Empire and finally a Kronland of Austria-Hungary, which extended beyond the boundaries of today's state.
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 Tyrol - Search Results - MSN Encarta
The Tyrol is a historical region in Western Central Europe, which includes the Austrian state of Tyrol (consisting of North Tyrol and East Tyrol) and the Italian regions known as the South Tyrol and...
Tyrol (Tirol in German) is a state or Land, located in the west of Austria.
Tyrol Basin Ski and Snowboard Area in Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin near...
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  Galen Tyrol - Battlestar Wiki
Tyrol attempts to diffuse the situation by trying to state that the DRADIS dish is undefended; all that needs to be done is to destroy it, and the turret could not automatically target the incoming SAR operation.
Tyrol is subsequently responsible for exposing Cavil as a Humanoid Cylon when he recognizes him as one of the returnees from the rescue mission to Caprica.
Tyrol, his wife, and a small group of people are camped on an algae planet as they continue their harvest of badly-needed algae to be used as food for the Fleet (The Passage).
en.battlestarwiki.org /wiki/Galen_Tyrol   (3328 words)

  
  County of Tyrol - History Wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The County of the Tyrol was a historical state which corresponds largely with the modern state of the Tyrol in Austria and the province of Trentino-Alto Adige in Italy.
Tyrol remained the possession of the heiress Margaret Maultasch and after her death in 1363 it too passed to the Habsburgs.
With the partitions of the lands of the Habsburgs, Tyrol was given to a younger son of the Archduke of Austria.
history.wikia.com /wiki/County_of_Tyrol   (708 words)

  
 South Tyrol: Conflicting Ethnicity
The population of South Tyrol is 464,530, with 63 inhabitants per square kilometer (Office of Statistics for the Province of Bolzano, 2002).
The historic importance of the area is further illustrated by the debate surrounding the recent discovery of Otzi the Iceman.
Despite the separatist tendencies of the SVP, the party was recognized by the Allies as the political representative of the German-speaking population of South Tyrol.
www.american.edu /TED/ice/tyrol.htm   (2004 words)

  
 Chief Petty Officer Galen Tyrol   (Site not responding. Last check: )
When the water supplies on the Galactica are sabotaged, Tyrol is placed in an awkward position: by her own admission, Valerii knows explosives were missing from a small-arms locker - potentially making her a suspect - and he is the principal DC investigator into the cause of the explosions which wreck the water tanks.
Tyrol's world is thrown further into turmoil when both he and Valerii become the prime suspects in an investigation into how a Cylon agent managed to get aboard the Galactica, kill a guard, steal explosives and them blow himself up in a ship's corridor, almost killing Adama and Tigh.
Tyrol attempted to diffuse the situation by trying to state that the DRADIS dish was undefended; all that needed to be done was to destroy that, and the turret could not automatically target any incoming SAR operation.
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 Tyrol (state) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The state is split into two parts - called North Tyrol and East Tyrol - by a 20km-wide strip of land where the state of Salzburg borders directly on the Italian autonomous province of South Tyrol.
North Tyrol borders Bavaria, Germany, in the north, the state of Vorarlberg in the west, South Tyrol, Italy, and Switzerland in the south and Salzburg in the east.
The highest mountain in the state is the Großglockner in the Hohe Tauern, with an elevation of 3,798 m (12,461 ft.).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tyrol_(state)   (386 words)

  
 Breeds of Livestock - Sheep Breeds
An archeological site in Iran produced a statuette of a wooled sheep which suggests that selection for woolly sheep had begun to occur over 6000 years ago.
The common features of today's sheep were already appearing in Mesopotamian and Babylonian art and books by 3000 B.C. Another indication of the early domestication is the fact that they are the only species of livestock unable to return to a feral or wild state.
Selection for wool type, flocking instinct and other economically important traits over the centuries has resulted in more than 200 distinct breeds of sheep occurring worldwide.
www.ansi.okstate.edu /breeds/sheep   (291 words)

  
 Tyrol (state)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The larger, western part borders Bavaria, Germany in the North, and South Tyrol (Italy) and Switzerland in the South.
Tyrol is popular for its famous skiing resorts, such as Kitzbühel or St.
The federal state is divided into 8 districts (Bezirke), and a Statutarstadt, Innsbruck.
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 ipedia.com: Tyrol (state) Article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tirol Bundesland AT-7 Capital Innsbruck Governor Herwig van Staa Area - Total Ranked 3th 12,648 km²; Population - Total - Density Ranked 5th 673,504 53/km² The state of Tirol on the map of Au...
The state of Tirol on the map of Austria
The highest mountain in the state is the Wildspitze in the Ötztal Alps;, with an elevation of 3.774 m (12.382 ft., second only to the highest mountain of South Tyrol, the Ortler, 3.905 m (12.812 ft.), a summit that was in the times of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy the highest top of the empire.
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 Prostate Cancer Treatment Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy
METHODS: In 1993, PSA testing was made freely available to men aged 45 to 75 years in the Federal State of Tyrol, Austria.
A reduction in mortality rates in the rest of Austria from 1993 onward has occurred, with the reduction in Tyrol much greater; the mortality remained fairly constant between 1993 and 1995 and subsequently fell.
On the basis of the age-specific death rates averaged from 1986 to 1990, the difference between the number of expected and observed deaths from prostate cancer in Tyrol was 22 in the group aged 40 to 79 years in 1998 and 18 the following year.
www.krongrad-urology.com /prostate-cancer-pub-0152.html   (355 words)

  
 German in South Tyrol (Italy)
Regional or minority languages are languages which differ from the official language of the state where they are spoken and which are traditionally used within a given territory by nationals of that state who form a group numerically smaller than the rest of the population.
On 10 September 1919, the Tyrol south of the Brenner Pass was ceded to Italy in the Treaty of Saint-Germain.
As stated in the report, major challenges are the language abilities of the schoolchildren and the quality of tuition, to ensure that the German language and culture can develop to satisfaction.
www1.fa.knaw.nl /mercator/regionale_dossiers/regional_dossier_german_in_italy.htm   (7234 words)

  
 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Tyrol   (Site not responding. Last check: )
When Margaret's father, Henry, count of Tyrol and duke of Carinthia, died in 1335, Holy Roman Emperor Louis IV gave Carinthia to the Hapsburgs and tried to...
It rises to 12,380 ft (3,773 m) in the Wildspitze, the highest peak in the Tyrol.
The Romans conquered the region in 15 bc, and the Franks held it during the 8th century.
www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=Tyrol&StartAt=1   (795 words)

  
 Travel destinations in Austria by Europe-Cities - Tyrol
Tyrol is a top choice ski destination, but it also draws the interest of mountain hikers, alpinists and nature lovers.
The capital of the state is Innsbruck, famous for its university and advancements in the field of medicine among other things.
The bigger towns in North Tyrol are Reutte, Kufstein, Landeck, Imst and Schwaz, and Lienz in East Tyrol.
austria.europe-cities.com /sightseeing/tyrol.aspx   (662 words)

  
 Richardson-Clarke Gallery: Adelaide Tyrol   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Adelaide Tyrol has been a painter and illustrator her entire adult life and in addition to her interest in art, she has passionately pursued her love of the natural world.
The group of paintings exhibited was born in a Vermont State entomology lab.
Tyrol found these creatures incomprehensibly beautiful and complex and upon studying and painting them was “brought eye to eye with the crashing beauty and ferocity of the microcosm.” These jewel-like paintings are an exploration of that environment and an attempt to understand it.
www.richardson-clarke.com /tyrol4.html   (198 words)

  
 Finance Choices - Personal Finance Wiki
The Tyrol, also spelled Tirol, is a historical region in Western Central Europe, which includes the Austrian state of Tyrol (consisting of North Tyrol and East Tyrol) and the Italian regions known as the South Tyrol and Trentino.
Tyrol as a part of Bavaria became a member of the Confederation of the Rhine in 1806.
Often glorified as Tyrol's national hero, Andreas Hofer, the leader of the uprising, was executed in 1810 in Mantua, having lost a third and final battle against the French and Bavarian forces.
www.financechoices.co.uk /personal-finance-wiki.php?title=Tyrol   (691 words)

  
 Tyrol Basin Ski and Snowboard Area
For sickness or injury, we must be notified within 15 days of the injury/diagnosis by physician's written confirmation of disability and you must relinquish your pass at the same time.
This pass refund insurance plan is subject to all provisions, exceptions and limitations of the master agreement on file at Tyrol Basin 's office.
All season passes at Tyrol offer unlimited ski/snowboarding during the 2006-07 winter season, and are valid through April 1, 2007.
www.tyrolbasin.com /plan/season_passes.html   (614 words)

  
 The Henry L. Stimson Center - Kashmir Forum Webpage - Proposals
In South Tyrol, a territory that was contested by Austria and Italy with Italy eventually annexing it, Italy granted increased autonomy to the German minority desirous of unification with Austria, in exchange for Austria’s pledge to not interfere with the internal politics of the region.
Previously, the South Tyrol model was not of interest to Pakistan but Pakistan appears to be adopting a more flexible stance at present by moving away from its UN plebiscite stance and may be more amenable to the notion of autonomy in Kashmir contingent on Pakistan’s free access to the Kashmir Valley in the future.
Verghese states that Jammu and Kashmir (JandK) is on the road to normalcy.
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 The South Tyrol model
They did it by the state in possession of the territory concerned as its legal sovereign, agreeing with the neighbouring disputant to restrict, by a bilateral international agreement, the exercise of its sovereign powers over that territory so as to ensure an agreed quantum of autonomy to the people.
Under the accord, the German-speaking inhabitants of the Province of Bolzano and the neighbouring bilingual townships of the Province of Trento were promised complete equality of rights with Italians "within the framework of special provisions" to safeguard their "ethnic character and cultural and economic development of the Germany-speaking element".
South Tyrol was outvoted in the Region by Trentino (2-5).
www.flonnet.com /fl2125/stories/20041217000207600.htm   (5142 words)

  
 TYROL Articles The Tyrol is a historical region in
The Tyrol, incorporated into the southern part of the Duchy of Bavaria during the Early Middle Ages, consisted largely of ecclesiastical holdings of the Bishops of Brixen and Trento.
Over the centuries, the Counts residing in Castle Tyrol, near Meran, extended their territory over much of the region and came to surpass the power of the bishops, who were nominally their feudal lords.
From that time onwards, the Tyrol was ruled by various lines of the Habsburg family, who held the title of the Count of the Tyrol (see List of rulers of Austria).
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 Goski.com Wisconsin - Tyrol Basin   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tyrol Basin offers plenty of fun for the freestyling skier or snowboarder with a 1,000 foot long mogul run, two snowparks, halfpipe, and plenty of racing and special events for everyone.
Tyrol, however, has been putting in awesome terrain for the last 15 years, long before snowboarding became a mainstream sport, back when most hills banned the activity.
I have to say, all things considered, Tyrol's the best place to go for me. The short travel time is nice, and I've never had to wait in a long line for any of the lifts.
www.goski.com /resorts/uswityrol/resort_welcome.html?cntry_or_state=states&rorc=wisconsin&from=state&bc=RIR   (1673 words)

  
 OJPCR 1.3 -- South Tyrol
South Tyrol was the setting up of Italian industries in order to take advantage of the hydroelectric facilities of the area and to encourage Italian immigration from the south.
As stated in the operational calendar, the Austrian government had to transmit a declaration concerning the settlement of the dispute to the Secretary General of the United Nations.
Because of the ceding of the southern part of Tyrol to Italy, the German/Ladin community was confronted with a new problem: being a minority in a hostile Italian state.
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 Tyrol (state)
Tyrol (Tirol in German) is a federal state or Bundesland, located in the west of Austria.
It is split into two parts, separated by a 10-20 km wide band of the state Salzburg.
The highest mountain in the state is the Wildspitze in the Ötztal Alps;, with an elevation of 3.774 m (12.382 ft., second only to the highest mountain of South Tyrol, the Ortler, 3.905 m (12.812 ft.), a summit that was in the times of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy the highest top of the empire.
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 Tyrol | English | Dictionary & Translation by Babylon
This article is about the Tyrol, the region in the eastern Alps.
The Tyrol is a historical region in Western Central Europe, which includes the Austrian state of Tyrol (consisting of North Tyrol and East Tyrol) and the Italian regions known as the South Tyrol and Trentino.
Tyrol, mountainous region in western Austria and northern Italy; province politically belonging to both Austria and Italy
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 Intercountry Adoption Austria
Two sets of laws are particularly relevant: 1) the laws of the child’s country of birth govern all activity in that country including the adoptability of individual children as well as the adoption of children in country in general; and 2) U.S. Federal immigration law governs the immigration of the child to the United States.
It does not necessarily reflect the actual state of the laws of a child’s country of birth and is provided for general information only.
If the situation in a country poses a specific threat to the safety and security of American citizens that is not addressed in the CIS for that country, the State Department may issue a Public Announcement alerting U.S. citizens to local security situations.
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