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The indigenous march arrives in Bogota. A week ago, when attacked by riot police, 300 women broke through to lead the march to the main square. Blocked from entering the National university in Bogota, marchers aim to take the main square, Plaza de Bolivar. *******colombiasolidarity******* *******visionon.tv
20 Nov 2008
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The Real Memphis GhostHunters. Haunted Memphis at it's best. Got Ghosts? We can help and unlike competetors, our services are factual and FREE! We don't charge you $250. to stay in a fake haunted bed and breakfast (magnolia B&B in Bolivar TN.) Haunted? call the real professionals.
18 Oct 2009
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27 Jan 2009
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Feria del Toro de Vic 2009. Corrida Concours avec l'autre vainqueur, le Toro de Victorino Martin lidié par Luis Bolivar. www.feria.tv
5 Jun 2009
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*******www.fertur-travel****/huancayo_tours.html Festivals start early n Huancayo, with La Huanconada, in the first week of January. A parade that parodies the justice system is held in the town of Mito, in the Mantaro Valley To the rhythm of traditional songs known as huaynos locals and tourists dance through town. During festivals the whole village joins a ritual called the tumbamonte which is a eucalypt tree with gifts hanging from its branches. Dances can last for days. .Easter in Tarma is a special event. Crowds pack the Sanctuary of the Lord of Muruhuay. His image is taken in procession around the city, where the streets are carpeted with tapestries of flowers. The 8th of August marks the Battle of Junin in 1824, with a parade held on the site where Simon Bolivar led Peruvian forces in a crucial battle against the Spanish.. On the 8th of September the district of Sapallanga celebrates the Virgin of Cocharcas. The religious festival lasts a week, with the town of Orcotuna hosting a bullfight including toreros from Lima. Fertur Peru Travel. A full service travel agency and tour operator dedicated to making your journey to Peru a dream come true. Visit us at: *******www.fertur-travel****/huancayo_tours.html Festivities in Huancayo hotels peru peru tour huaraz peru caraz peru inca trail peru trip peru tourism peru alpamayo hiking peru travel agency peru climbing peru tour operator peru peru tourism trekking Peru peru flights peru bike tours tour companies
2 Jul 2009
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NEGOCIO EN BOLIVAR
13 Nov 2009
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Angel Falls (indigenous name: Parakupa-vena or Kerepakupai merú) is the world's highest waterfall at 979 m (3,212 ft), with a clear drop of 807 m (2,647 ft). It is located in the Canaima National Park, in the Gran Sabana region of Bolivar State, Venezuela at 5°58′03″N 62°32′08″W / 5.9675, -62.53556Coordinates: 5°58′03″N 62°32′08″W / 5.9675, -62.53556 . The height of the falls is so great that before getting anywhere near the ground, the water is vaporized by the strong winds and turned into mist. The base of the falls feeds into the Kerep river (alternately known as the Rio Gauya) which flows into the Churun River, a tributary of the Carrao River. In the indigenous Pemon language Angel Falls is called Kerepakupai merú meaning "waterfall of the deepest place". The falls are sometimes referred to as Churun-meru, an error, since that name corresponds to another waterfall in the Canaima National Park. Churun in the Pemon language means "thunder". Sir Walter Raleigh described what was possibly a tepuy and he is sometimes said to have discovered Angel Falls, but these claims are considered "far-fetched" [1]. They were sighted in 1912 by the Venezuelan explorer Ernesto Sanchez La Cruz, but he did not publicize his discovery. They were not known to the outside world until the American aviator James "Jimmie" Crawford Angel (b. 1899 d. 1956 bp. Springfield, MO)[2] flew over them on 16 November 1933 on a flight while he was searching for a valuable ore bed. Returning on 9 October 1937, Angel tried to land his Flamingo monoplane "El Rio Caroni" atop Auyan-tepui but the plane was damaged when the wheels sunk into the marshy ground and he and his three companions, including his wife Marie, were forced to descend the tepui on foot. It took them 11 days to make their way back to civilization but news of their adventure spread and the waterfall was named "Angel Falls" in his honour. Angel's planeAngel's plane remained on top of the tepuy for 33 years before being lifted out by helicopter. It was restored at the Aviation Museum in Maracay and now sits outdoors on the green in front of the airport at Ciudad Bolívar exposed to the elements. It is the original. The one visible on the top of the tepui is a replica. The first recorded human to reach the river that feeds the falls was the Latvian explorer Aleksandrs Laime, also known as Alejandro Laime to the native Pemon tribe. He made the ascent of Auyan-tepui in 1955. He also reached Angel's plane on the same trip, 18 years after the crash landing. He gave the name of the river after one of the most beautiful rivers in Latvia, the river Gauja. While the indigenous name of the falls is rarely used anymore, the Pemon given name of the river, Kerep, is still widely used. Laime also was the first to clear a trail that leads from the Churun river to the base of the falls. On the way, there is a viewpoint commonly used to capture the falls in photographs. It is named "Mirador Laime" ("Laime's Viewpoint" in Spanish) in his honor. This trail is used now mostly for tourists, to lead them from the Isla Raton camp to the small clearing. The official height of the falls was determined by a National Geographic Society survey carried out by American journalist Ruth Robertson in 1949.[3] A book by Luke Dickinson, Angels Four, chronicles the first successful climb up the face of Auyantepui to the top of the falls. Angel Falls is one of Venezuela's top tourist attractions but even today a trip to the falls is not a simple affair. The falls are located in an isolated jungle region of Venezuela and a flight from Caracas or Ciudad Bolívar is required to reach Canaima camp, the starting point for river trips to the base of the falls. It is also possible to purchase a package that includes an aerial flyby of the falls. The falls cannot be seen on cloudy days, and there is no guarantee visitors will see them. River trips generally take place from June to December, when the rivers are deep enough for the wooden curiaras used by the Pemon Indian guides. During the dry season (December to March) there is less water than is seen in some photos, but it is also more likely that the top will not be clouded.
30 Dec 2009
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- TROZO FINAL DE UN EPISODIO DE EL SHOW DEL OSO YOGUI (© HANNA-BARBERA PRODUCTIONS INC.) - PROMO SHOWMATCH (hecho por JSG, con la cara mía XD) - GENERICO SCT (hecho por Ozarino y C4Chile) (ahora si con mi voz) - INTRO DE GARFIELD Y SUS AMIGOS (© 1988-1994 UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE INC., FILM ROMAN, PAWS INC.) - ENTRADA A COMERCIALES (*) - PROMO LAS GUERRERAS MAGICAS (*) - COMERCIAL CENTRO DE FORMACION TECNICA SIMON BOLIVAR (2010) - COMERCIAL BARBIE DE MATTEL (2009) - COMERCIAL UNO DE MATTEL (2009) - COMERCIAL LENGUIX DE TRENDY (2009-2010) - PROMO ONE PIECE (*) - RETORNO AL PROGRAMA (*) - TROZO INICIAL DE UN EPISODIO DE LA SERIE MENCIONADA
21 Jan 2010
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Durante Mr. Bean (© 1992 Independent Television) - Enlace - Spot Bilz y Pap (2010) - Spot Shampoo Organic (1999) - Spot Ripley (1997) - Spot Johnson y Johnson (1987) - Spot Cerveza Cristal (2010) - Spot Rexona (1999) - Spot Canada Dry (1997) - Spot CFT Simon Bolivar (2010) - Cortina Canal 9 de San Felipe - Enlaca
11 Feb 2010
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Se vende excelentes terrenos de 500 m2. en la nueva vía Oriental Simon Bolivar, sector de Santa Rosa, zona de alto desarrollo y plusvalia, uno de los sectores de mayor crecimiento, 100% aire puro, buen clima y a tan solo 45 minutos del nuevo aeropuerto internacional de la ciudad de Latacunga en Quito Ecuador Sudamérica. Informes y ventas Rio de Janeiro Oe1-36 y av. 10 de Agosto, Edif. La Previsora Piso 5, Oficina # 509; telefonos llamadas exterior: 00593 (02) 2902312; llamadas nacionales: (02) 2902312; celular llamadas exterior: (00593) 095768296; llamadas nacionales: 095768296; e-mail: urb.acaciasgmail****
9 Oct 2010
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*******ganabolivaresgratis.ya.st/ Nueva PTC en Venezuela para Venezolanos! Gana dinero gratis sin invertir nada desde tu computadora, recibe tus pagos a traves de transferencia bancaria en Bolivares fuertes.
23 Mar 2011
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"Amazonas", "Antioquia", "Arauca", "Atlantico", "Bolivar", "Boyaca", "Caldas", "Caqueta", "Casanare", "Cauca", "Cesar", "Choco", "Cordoba", "Cundinamarca", "Guainia", "Guaviare", "Huila", "La Guajira", "Magdalena", "Meta", "Nariño", "Norte de Santander", "Putumayo", "Quindio", "Risaralda", "San Andres y Providencia", "Santander", "Sucre", "Tolima", "Valle del Cauca", "Vaupes", "Vichada",
16 Apr 2011
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*******bestflights***.za/internationalflights/colombia/santa-marta - Visit for more information on Santa Marta, Colombia. Santa Marta, founded in 1525, is America’s oldest city and the capital city of Magdalena, Columbia. The city, located between the Santa Marta Mountains and the Caribbean Sea, is an important port and a popular tourist destination due to its beaches, nature reserves, history and colonial architecture. It is also known as the sister city of Miami Beach. What to see / do • El Rodadero Beach • Mamancana Natural Reserve • Museo del Oro – Displaying a collection of precolumbian pottery • Rodadero Sea Aquarium & Museum • San Fernando Fort • Santa Marta Cathedral • Simon Bolivar's place of death – Beautiful gardens and historic buildings • Tyrona National Park Events • The Festival of the Sea (Las Fiestas del Mar)
30 Aug 2011
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*******bestflights***.za/internationalflights/ecuador/quito - Visit for more information on Quito, Ecuador Quito, the capital city of Ecuador, is regarded as the most beautiful and stylish city in the Andes and is home to more than 2 million people. The city was the first site to be declared a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1978. Quito’s cultural and entertainment options are more limited than other large international cities, but are vibrant and exciting nonetheless. What to see / do • Quito Old Town • Basilica del Voto Nacional – The highest church in town. • Plaza Grande • Museo de San Francisco • Itchimbia Cultural Center • El Teatro • Teatro Bolivar • San Francisco Square • La Ronda • Quito Botanical Gardens • Quito Zoo • Otavalo Market – Crafts Market • El Quinde – Handicrafts Gallery Events • Fiestas de Quito – A festival of Fireworks, Dancing, Shows and fun • The Sacred Music Festival – The largest music festival in South America • The Experimental Theatre Festival – New and modern performing arts festival • Quito Carnival – Flower parades and throwing of water balloons, flour bags, eggs etc.
5 Sep 2011
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Taylor Made Roofing LLC 4474 S 131st Rd, Bolivar, MO 65613-1017 (417) 889-1718 taylormaderoofingllc**** Our company provides full roofing and siding services for all your needs.
14 Feb 2013
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*******commercial-modular-building-rentals****/ Rentals for Commercial Modular Building follow the same wellness codes as long-term dining facilities? Visit us at *******commercial-modular-building-rentals**** and call us 1-800-205-6106. In a Temporary dinning facility a Food Service administrator marked in the Mobile Kitchen facility is accountable for the total food service of the entire facility. When leasing or renting a temporary facility they need to consider all the food safety features initially. Port Arthur, Port Bolivar, Port Neches, Sabine Pass, Silsbee, Sour Lake, Spurger, Stowell, Vidor, Village Mills, Winnie, Bedias, Brenham, Chriesman, Deanville, Dime Box, Flynn, Gause, Hearne, Kurten, Marquez, Millican, Navasota, Normangee, North Zulch, Roans Prairie, Shiro, Snook, Wheelock, Austwell, Cuero, Fannin, Francitas, Ganado, Goliad, Hallettsville, Hochheim, La Ward, Lolita, Mcfaddin, Meyersville, Nursery, Placedo, Point Comfort, Port Lavaca, Port O Connor, Seadrift, Shiner, Sublime, Telferner. Another requirement is Food must be obtained from sources that adhere to all laws associating with food and food identifying. If food, subject to spoilage, is eliminated from its original container, it must be kept sealed, and labeled. Food based on spoilage need to likewise be dated. Lots of Kitchen Facility clients will also desire a temporary facility to have a location for dealing with paper work. Most mobile kitchen rental business know food service operating treatments. Palacios, Pledger, Rosenberg, San Felipe, Sealy, Simonton, Sugar Land, Sweeny, Thompsons, Van Vleck, Waller, Wallis, Anahuac, Angleton, Bacliff, Batson, Baytown, Channelview, Clute, Daisetta, Devers, Friendswood, Galena Park, Hankamer, Kemah, Lake Jackson, La Marque, League City, Mont Belvieu, Pearland, Raywood, Rosharon, South Houston, Texas City, Wallisville, Bridge City, Buna, China, Deweyville, Evadale, Fred, Gilchrist, Groves, Hamshire, High Island, Hillister, Kountze, Mauriceville, Nederland, Orangefield. Mobile Storage Rental Units store materials like; Plastic containers with tight fitting lids are acceptable for storage of staple foods in the pantry. Mobile refrigeration devices keep potentially hazardous food, such as meat and milk products, have to be stored at 45 degrees Fahrenheit or below. Hot food has to be kept at 140 degrees Fahrenheit or above during preparation and serving. In many of our short-term cooking areas we equip them with steam tables. Food that is reheated have to be warmed to a minimum of 165 degrees Fahrenheit this is finished ovens and convection ovens.
7 May 2013
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