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Trotting (harness-racing) meetings are held all year round on Wednesdays and Saturdays at a smaller stadium also on Kerepesi út (closer to the citycentre).
The legislation brought about a veritable feast of civil engineering projects including the building of the citywall, incorporating the Waag and Shreierstoren, in around 1480.
Even on the canals in the citycenter you’ll find pedalos (sometimes called water cycles) to rent so that you can see the sights on your own steam.
The NYT fronts a long feature on the backlash against ATM fees, which took form most concretely in last week's ATM-fee prohibition by the San Francisco and Santa Monica citycouncils.
But Access consigns it to a short sidebar, titled "Cycling in Chicago," that fails to describe many of the park's offerings, or more important, its central role in citylife.
The FAA issued a security directive on December 8, with specific requirements for more intensive air carrier screening of passengers and more oversight of the screening process, at all three New York Cityarea airports.
How about that car crash that claimed Bobby Phills' life after he and a Charlotte Hornets teammate, David Wesley, were drag racing in their Porsches down a citystreet after practice.
And then there's the issue of whether politically motivated mass murder, like the Oklahoma Citybombing, should be in a special category.
But the book is far more practical than any other, dishing out such goodies as citybus routes, the best food stands at Midway airport, names and programs of favorite local radio personalities, and even the phone number of an notoriously aggressive car-towing agency.
Is our Book Club a sock hop, and you and I like the columns on Celebration's cityhall?
Nelson citycouncillors have given the thumbs-up to a plan to develop Saxton Field into a regional park and sports facility, at a cost of more than $6 million.
Our faculty are involved in the community, working with cityofficials, conducting research, and providing the community with expertise and service.
Complaints were heavy until the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced a hunting season on the all-but-tame elk just beyond citylimits.
Toward sunset is the best time to go, just as the citylights are coming on.
This is one of the oldest buildings in the city and was opened in 1488 as a citygate, marking the eastern boundary of the city along the new wall built after the disastrous fire in the 1450s.
According to the same Times article, he rebuts the accusation that he is doing this just to get the Conservative Party nomination on the grounds that a New York Daily News poll shows that New York Cityresidents oppose him 2-to-1 on this issue.
Children’s Berlin Children are well catered to in Berlin, and many of the things you’ll want to do — trips out to the Grunewald, citytours by canal — will also appeal to young ones.
The writer happened to be in a citywater department office to discuss a water bill when she noticed what the employees were drinking from a large commercial tank supplied for the staff's use--imported bottled water.
Mankiw also updates Samuelson's chatty tone--the putative source of his longstanding success with students--with such pop references as Jim Carrey's seemingly excessive compensation and Mia Farrow's $2,900 rent-controlled New York Cityapartment.
All apartments have magnificent sea or cityviews.Close to University of Auckland and CBD.
The overweight Morris, caricatured in several of Burne-Jones' witty sketches and nicknamed "Topsy," applied his capacious mind to every aspect of culture and society: literature and art, economics and politics, architecture and cityplanning.
The reason is the fear that, for the purposes of reapportionment and federal revenue distribution, the techniques will help Democrats artificially inflate the numbers of traditionally Democratic minorities and citydwellers, who are hard to reach by traditional head-counting methods.
So: dusk on the frozen lake of a citypark, skating behind the puffy red earmuffs and the fluttering yellow ringlets of a strange shikse teaches me the meaning of the word longing .
Most low-income citypeople would move to the suburbs if they could.
Because of the hospital's inner-citylocation, most of the patients were African American.
As the 21st century begins, Amsterdam has over 100 different nationalities living within the cityboundaries, a situation which could be fraught with difficulty and strain.
Hutt Citylibraries has put together a wonderful selection of links to internet sites and other general suggestions which may be of interest.
The Galaxy 6 Theaters in Hollywood, the AMC Century 14 Theaters in the Century Cityshopping center, and the Universal City 18 Cinemas next to Universal Studios are other popular cinema complexes.
Evaluation of physical activity We estimated an index of weekly energy expenditure as follows: all participants were asked the average daily number of stairs climbed, and the number of cityblocks walked during the week, in the past year.
The WP continues the series on mismanagement in Mayor Marion Barry's D.C. citygovernment that it started yesterday.
Recreational cycling on Montjuïc and Tibidabo is very popular, and of course swimming and sunning—whether at the citybeaches or along the Costa Daurada and Costa Brava—is a prime Mediterranean activity.
Japanese Mayors Keen to Learn from local Link New Plymouth's Mayor has flown to Japan to be the keynote speaker at a forum of Japanese Mayors with sister cityrelationships in New Zealand.
On the question of how we salvage inner-cityschools.
In short, nothing in the stories alleviates a creeping suspicion that this disease, while of great concern to newspaper editors with summer places in Connecticut and children at Camp Heapumwampum, is hardly on a par with say, rat bites, lead-paint poisoning, and malnutrition suffered by inner-citykids.
The citycouncilman for the area involved has called for a full public debate about whether or not the LAFD is in fact writing off certain homes in case of fire.
Fly to Melbourne, take a citysights tour and ride the Colonial Tramcar Restaurant for lunch.
However, in the spirit of the Victorian Age, the philanthropic cityfathers funded the building of several major museums and parks, along with instigating social reforms which created one of the first welfare states.
University Bookshop - AUSA owns 50% of UBS located at citycampus in the new amenities complex UBS provides cheap textbooks for all courses at the University of Auckland.
10-5; but the mansion, now cityproperty and a frequent film set (Witches of Eastwick), is closed to visitors.
I share your balanced view of crime control and inner-citypolicing.
For instance, states the Post , most municipalities use one employee per about 500 to monitor the time cards of other cityworkers.
Cityliving, as many working women are beginning to understand, provides much more flexibility and precious time than the suburban commuter life.
Even if the cityguide is endangered, I have high hopes for the real wonder of the species, the regional guide.
It is still possible to hear the suburbs described, especially by professional cityplanners and other urbanologists, as a kind of temporary and revocable aberration.
Apparently, Furrow's was a borderline case: He had slashed his wrists, tried to stab workers at a mental health facility, and constantly talked about his violent, racist fantasies; on the other hand, he had had only one run-in with the law, had sought psychiatric care, held a degree in engineering, and had held numerous jobs, including one at the Boeing Co. Mental-health experts quoted in the story argue that Furrow's case is not nearly as clear-cut as the cases against the Capitol-building gunman or the recent New York Citysubway pusher.
Excursion to Lisbon Until the 19th century, the overland journey from the Algarve to Lisbon, Portugal’s capitalcity, took a week or more.
As Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif prepared to defend the withdrawl in a national broadcast, the paper said several mujahideen groups and the opposition Jamaat-i-Islami Party announced that anti-government demonstrations would be held in the Punjabi capital Lahore and in the portcity of Karachi.
The worry: Hong Kong could become like its Chinese sistercity Shenzhen, which is capitalist but wild, lawless, and cruel to workers.
Under the former British Raj, Bangalore, at an altitude of 930 m (3,000 feet), was the summer refuge for its Madras-based officials, who with their parks and greenery had made Bangalore the “gardencity.
The lovely universitycity of Coimbra dominates the Beira Litoral (Coastal Beira).
Representatives from the hostcity wannabes were funneling payoffs and jobs to International Olympic Committee voters.
Los Angeles Los Angeles is the quintessential 20th-centurycity.
With a population of approximately 450,000 people, the cosmopolitan harbourcity boasts great shops and cafes, spectacular views and is an ideal base from which to explore the Kapiti Coast, Marlborough Sounds and Martinborough wine region.
The LAT decision to lead with one hundred deaths caused in Mexico's leading resortcity by Hurricane Pauline was not quite as lonely--the storm is USAT 's second lead and tops the Wall Street Journal 's world-wide news digest--but was no doubt influenced by the paper's Mexican demographic.
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Late in the evening of Aug. 14, 1773, James Boswell welcomed to his homecity his great friend.
Businesses sprang up overnight, and wooden houses were erected to replace the tentcity in which many of the early settlers had lived.
Half daycity tour of Hanoi historical sights.
While Hong Kong remained a relative backwater in early days, nearby Guangzhou (Canton) was developing into a great tradingcity with connections in India and the Middle East.
Spend the morning exploring Invercargill in your Tui Campa, New Zealand's southernmostcity and the commercial centre of Southland.
One of the world's finest Art Decocities.
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Amsterdam has become one of the premier touristcities in the world, trading on its historic center and its wealth of artistic collections.
New Zealand is a beautiful place to learn english and Dunedin is New Zealand's studentcity.
Sports Las Vegas is a sportingcity.
A short stunning scenic drive brings you to Nelson, the sunshinecity.
Economists Ian Ayres and Steven Levitt have examined the effects of the Lojack in about a dozencities over the past 10 years (its first introduction was in Boston in 1986).
In contrast to the tangled maze of lanes of the “old”city, Back Bay was meticulously planned in regimented lines inspired by the boulevards of Paris.
Soak up the perfect climate of 'The City of Eternal Spring', Cuernavaca and enjoy a scenic drive to Taxco, the colonial silver miningcity where you can purchase some of Mexico's most beautiful jewelry and other crafts.
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Although it is relatively isolated from the rest of Canada, Vancouver is a gatewaycity with air links to all major international destinations.
includes a study purporting to show that in the major gamblingcities of the U.S.--Atlantic City, Las Vegas, and Reno--the suicide rates are up to four times higher than in comparably sized cities where gambling is not legal.
Since then, a mass of apartment blocks and hotels has sprung up and the town has become known as an international funcity.
Each potential plant has an associated monthly operating cost, and shipping routes to the demandcities have varying costs.
In the freedcities music is playing, women are casting off and burning the veil, and so on.
States limit the city's legal authority to raise revenue through taxes and debt, while the federal system forcescities to compete with one another for tax revenue.
The conference is likely to be particularly harmful to the homeless people of inner city Auckland who were evicted from the centrecity during CHOGM in 1996.
The settlement was entered on maps of the Roman Empire, but following Rome’s decline, the land became the domain of various Germanic tribes in what is known throughout Europe as the “Dark Ages.” This probably had little effect on the fledglingcity, whose main trade was fishing.
Instead of the massive, gray, meticulously detailed sci-ficity we've come to expect, she floats through weird, puddly red and blue atmospheres.
If you look around at what men and women are actually wearing in the big fashioncities--Paris, Milan, London, New York--you'll see very little evidence that runway fashion has any impact at all.
FairCity Finance is an independent finance company established in 1988.
Christchurch was chosen as a great place to celebrate Kidsafe Week 2000 Christchurch has a real reputation as a cyclingcity, and also because the Christchurch City Council are extremely active in taking responsibility for child safety.
Manukau is the third largest, the fastest-growing and the biggest without such a facilitycity in New Zealand, with half its population under 25.
Livingcities come about through a creative partnership between the wider community and decision makers.
Auckland is regularly voted one of the best lifestylecities in the world.
You’ll find excellent antique furnishings and religious art throughout Poland, though the best pieces tend to wind up in the wide spectrum of shops and galleries in Warsaw and Kraków, and to a lesser extentcities like Gdansk and Poznan.
Last but not least is Puglia’s crowncity, Lecce, understandably called “The Baroque Florence” for its plethora of 16th–18th century palazzos of local and easily sculpted limestone.
Seattle's self-image as a big-leaguecity had taken a separate beating two years previously, when its major-league-baseball franchise--the Seattle Pilots--fled to Milwaukee (!)