List of twin towns and sister cities in the Faroe Islands

Map of the Faroe Islands. This is a list of places in Faroe Islands having standing links to local communities in other countries. In most cases, the association, especially when formalised by local government, is known as “town twinning” (though other terms, such as “partner towns” or “sister cities” are sometimes used instead), and while most of the places included are towns, the list also comprises villages, cities, districts, counties, etc. with similar links.Fuglafjørður[edit] Aalborg, Denmark (since 1986) Ilulissat, Greenland Selfoss, Iceland Klaksvík[edit] Odense, Denmark Tampere, Finland Kópavogur, Iceland (since 1967) Trondheim, Norway Norrköping, Sweden Wick, United Kingdom Tórshavn[edit] Birkerød, Denmark Jakobstad, Finland Mariehamn, Finland[1] Garðabær, Iceland Asker, Norway Eslöv, Sweden References[edit]Notes^ Mariehamns stads vänorter. v t e Twin towns and sister citiesSister Cities International Lists by continentAfrica Asia Europe North America Oceania South America Central America Caribbean Lists by country (incl. territory)Albania Argentina Austria Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Canada China Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Egypt Estonia Faroe Islands Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Ireland Israel Italy Japan South Korea Kosovo 1 Latvia Lebanon Lithuania Luxembourg Macau Macedonia Malaysia Malta Mexico Moldova Montenegro Netherlands North Cyprus 1 Norway Pakistan Palestinian territories 1 Paraguay Philippines Poland Portugal Romania Russia Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Taiwan 1 Thailand Turkey Ukraine United Kingdom United States Lists by state/province/cityBoston California Colorado Connecticut Denver Florida Fort Lauderdale Grand Forks Houston Jakarta Maine Maryland Massachusetts Metro Manila Michigan New Hampshire New York North Carolina Ohio Pennsylvania Rhode Island San Francisco Seattle Shanghai South Island Springfield Taipei Toronto New England1 Partially recognised country. thanks wikipedia.

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Stuart Baxter

Stuart Baxter Personal information Full name Stuart William Baxter Date of birth (1953-08-16) 16 August 1953 (age 62) Place of birth Wolverhampton, England, United Kingdom Playing position Midfielder Youth career 1971–1973 Preston North End Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1973–1975 Preston North End 41 (1) 1975 Morecambe 1 (0) 1975 Dundee United 0 (0) 1976–1977 Stockport County 4 (1) 1978–1979 South Melbourne FC 50 (22) 1981 Helsingborgs IF 16 (7) 1982 South Melbourne FC 20 (11) 1983 San Diego Sockers 27 (12) 1983–1984 Örebro SK 41 (19) Total200 (96) Teams managed 1985 Örebro SK 1986 IF Skarp 1987 Vitória Setubal 1988–1991 Halmstads BK 1992–1994 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 1995–1997 Vissel Kobe 1998–2000 AIK 2001 Lyn 2002–2004 England Under-19 2004–2005 South Africa 2006 Vissel Kobe 2006–2007 Helsingborgs IF 2008–2010 Finland 2012–2015 Kaizer Chiefs 2015 Gençlerbirliği 2016– SuperSport United* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (goals) Stuart Baxter (born 16 August 1953 in Wolverhampton) is a Scottish former football player and a manager. During his years as a professional player he played for a number of clubs in England, Scotland, Australia, Sweden and in the United States. He has previously managed clubs in Sweden, Norway, Portugal and Japan as well as managing the national teams of South Africa, Finland and the England under-19 national football team.Contents 1 Early life 2 Playing career 3 Coaching career3.1 Early coaching career in Scandinavia and Japan 3.2 AIK 3.3 England Under-19, South Africa, Return to Japan and Scandinavia 3.4 Finland 3.5 Kaizer Chiefs 3.6 Genclerbirligi 4 Family 5 Honours5.1 Manager5.1.1 Club 6 See also 7 ReferencesEarly life[edit] Baxter, who has a Scottish father and an English mother, was born in Wolverhampton.[1] Playing career[edit] Baxter began his playing career with Preston North End in 1973. He joined Scottish club Dundee United in October 1975, but was released the following month after playing only for the reserve team.[2] He then returned to England with Stockport County. Baxter then moved to Australia, Sweden and the United States respectively with South Melbourne FC, Helsingborgs IF and San Diego Sockers. His playing career ended in 1983. Coaching career[edit] Early coaching career in Scandinavia and Japan[edit] Baxt. thanks wikipedia.

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Sardis, Ohio

Sardis, Ohio Census-designated placeMethodist church, Monroe and Fifth Location of Sardis, Ohio Coordinates: 39°37′32″N 80°54′44″W / 39.62556°N 80.91222°W / 39.62556; -80.91222Coordinates: 39°37′32″N 80°54′44″W / 39.62556°N 80.91222°W / 39.62556; -80.91222 Country United States State Ohio County Monroe Area  • Total 1.2 sq mi (3.2 km2)  • Land 1.2 sq mi (3.2 km2)  • Water 0.0 sq mi (0.0 km2) Elevation[1] 668 ft (204 m) Population (2010)  • Total 559  • Density 450/sq mi (170/km2) Time zone Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)  • Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4) ZIP code 43946 Sardis is a census-designated place (CDP) in southeastern Lee Township, Monroe County, Ohio, United States. It is unincorporated, but has a post office with the ZIP code of 43946.[2] As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 559.[3] Sardis is at the intersection of Ohio State Routes 7 and 255. An Ohio River town, it lies below Hannibal and above New Matamoras. Sardis shares a consolidated high school, River High School, with Antioch, Duffy, Fly, Hannibal, Laings, Powhatan Point, and Clarington.[citation needed] Geography[edit] Sardis is located at 39°37′22″N 80°54′44″W / 39.62278°N 80.91222°W / 39.62278; -80.91222. According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 1.2 square miles (3.2 km2), all of it land.[4] References[edit] ^ “US Board on Geographic Names”. United States Geological Survey. 2007-10-25. Retrieved 2008-01-31.  ^ Zip Code Lookup ^ “Profile of General Population and Housing Characteristics: 2010 Demographic Profile Data (DP-1): Sardis CDP, Ohio”. U.S. Census Bureau, American Factfinder. Retrieved June 4, 2012.  ^ “Geographic Identifiers: 2010 Demographic Profile Data (G001): Sardis CDP, Ohio”. U.S. Census Bureau, American Factfinder. Retrieved June 4, 2012.  v t e Municipalities and communities of Monroe County, Ohio, United StatesCounty seat: Woodsfield VillagesAntioch Beallsville Clarington Graysville Jerusalem Lewisville Miltonsburg Stafford Wilson‡ WoodsfieldTownshipsAdams Benton Bethel Center Franklin Green Jackson Lee Malaga Ohio Perry Salem Seneca Summit Sunsbury Switzerland Washington Wayne CDPsHannibal Sardis Unincorporated commu. thanks wikipedia.

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Samuel Holmén

Samuel Holmén Holmén playing for Fenerbahçe in 2014Personal information Full name Samuel Tobias Holmén Date of birth (1984-06-28) 28 June 1984 (age 31) Place of birth Annelund, Sweden Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Playing position Midfielder Club informationCurrent teamKonyaspor (on loan from Fenerbahçe) Number 6 Youth career 1993–1998 Annelunds IF 1998–2002 IF Elfsborg Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 2002–2007 IF Elfsborg 112 (18) 2007–2010 Brøndby IF 83 (13) 2010–2013 İstanbul BB 96 (22) 2013– Fenerbahçe 6 (0) 2014–2015 → Bursaspor (loan) 27 (4) 2015– → Konyaspor (loan) 28 (4) National team‡ 2001 Sweden U16 6 (2) 2001 Sweden U17 2 (0) 2002–2003 Sweden U19 10 (0) 2003–2006 Sweden U21 22 (3) 2006–2013 Sweden 32 (2)* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 10 May 2016. † Appearances (goals) ‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 27 March 2013 Samuel Tobias Holmén (born 28 June 1984 in Annelund) is a Swedish professional football midfielder playing for Turkish Süper Lig side Konyaspor on loan from Fenerbahçe.[1] Holmén was born in Annelund just outside Borås, and started playing football in Annelunds IF. In 1998 he went to IF Elfsborg. After a few years in the youth squad he was promoted to the first squad, and made his debut when he came on as a substitute in the semi final of the Swedish Cup in September 2002. Since then he has been a first team regular, and he is considered to be one of the most promising Swedish footballers.Holmén’s favourite position is on the central midfield, and his style of play as that of a box-to-box player, being a good defensive ball winner, as well as a good playmaker and goal scorer.Contents 1 Club career1.1 Brøndby IF 1.2 İstanbul BB 1.3 Fenerbahçe 1.4 Bursaspor 2 International career2.1 International goals 3 Honours3.1 Club 4 References 5 External linksClub career[edit] Brøndby IF[edit] On 30 August 2007 he transferred to Danish Superliga club Brøndby IF.[2] He scored against Hungary on 10 September 2008. When multiple Danish champions, who had slipped into midfield in the league, he signed a four-year contract. He immediately established himself at his new club in the midfield and after he had hitherto always been infrequently considered by Lagerback in the national, he succeeded in his fifth internationa. thanks wikipedia.

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Dumbarton Burghs (UK Parliament constituency)

For 1983–2005 constituency, see Dumbarton (UK Parliament constituency). Dumbarton Burghs Former District of burghs constituency for the House of Commons Subdivisions of Scotland Dunbartonshire Major settlements Dumbarton and Clydebank 1918–1950 Number of members One Replaced by Dunbartonshire East Dunbartonshire West Created from Kilmarnock Burghs Dunbartonshire Dumbarton Burghs was a district of burghs constituency of the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1918 to 1950.Contents 1 Boundaries 2 History 3 Members of Parliament 4 Election results 5 See also 6 ReferencesBoundaries[edit] It consisted of the burghs of Dumbarton and Clydebank in Dunbartonshire. The rest of the county formed the rural (or county) constituency of Dunbartonshire. History[edit] Before creation of the Dumbarton Burghs constituency the burgh of Dumbarton had formed part of the constituency of Kilmarnock Burghs, and Clydebank had been within the Dunbartonshire county constituency. When Dumbarton Burghs was abolished the whole county of Dunbartonshire was re-organised into two new county constituencies, Dunbartonshire East and Dunbartonshire West. For almost all of its history Dumbarton Burghs was represented by David Kirkwood of the Labour Party, an important Red Clydesider. The only exception was 1918 to 1922, when it was represented by John Taylor, a supporter of David Lloyd George’s coalition government. Members of Parliament[edit] Election Member[1] Party1918 John Taylor Coalition Liberal1922 David Kirkwood, later Baron Kirkwood Labour 1950 constituency abolished Election results[edit] General Election 1918: Dumbarton Burghs[2] Party Candidate Votes % ±%Liberal John Taylor 11,734Labour David Kirkwood 10,566 General Election 1922: Dumbarton Burghs [3] Party Candidate Votes % ±%Labour David Kirkwood 16,397 64.5 National Liberal John Taylor 9,017 35.5Majority 7,380 29.0Turnout 25,414Labour hold Swing General Election 1923: Dumbarton Burghs[4] Party Candidate Votes % ±%Labour David Kirkwood 13,472Unionist Walter Black Munro 8,520 MajorityTurnout Labour hold Swing General Election 1924: Dumbarton Burghs[5] Party Candidate Votes % ±%Labour David Kirkwood 14,562Conservative W.B. Munro 10,027 General Election 1929: Dumbarton Burghs [6] Party Candidate Votes % ±%Labour David Kirkwood 19,193 63.1 Unionist. thanks wikipedia.

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Gytsjerksterhoeke

Gytsjerksterhoek Hamlet CountryNetherlands ProvinceFriesland Population  • Total ? Gytsjerksterhoek (Dutch: Giekerkerhoek ) is a hamlet in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. References[edit]This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (March 2008) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Coordinates: 53°14′18″N 5°52′44″E / 53.23833°N 5.87889°E / 53.23833; 5.87889This Friesland location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t ev t eTytsjerksteradielAdministrative CentreBurgumVillagesAldtsjerk Earnewâld Eastermar Garyp Gytsjerk Hurdegaryp Jistrum Mûnein Noardburgum Oentsjerk Ryptsjerk Sumar Suwâld Tytsjerk Wyns HamletsGytsjerksterhoeke Iniaheide It Heechsân De Lytse Geast Quatrebras Skûlenboarch Sigerswâld Sumarreheide Feanwâldsterwâl It Wytfean Zwartewegsend Zevenhuizen LandmarksChurch of Aldtsjerk Church of Burgum Former church of Eastermar Church of Gytsjerk Church of Jistrum Church of Oentsjerk Church of Wyns De Ouderkerkermolen De Princehofmolen Ypey Mole De Hoop De Lytse Geast De Himriksmole Wijnsermolen LakesBurgumer Lake De Leien. thanks wikipedia.

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Mesteacănu River (Strâmbu-Băiuț)

Mesteacănu River River Countries Romania Counties Maramureş County Source - location Lăpuş Mountains  - elevation 778 m (2,552 ft)  - coordinates 47°36′34″N 23°56′19″E / 47.60944°N 23.93861°E / 47.60944; 23.93861 Mouth Strâmbu-Băiuţ  - elevation 556 m (1,824 ft)  - coordinates 47°35′38″N 23°58′02″E / 47.59389°N 23.96722°E / 47.59389; 23.96722Coordinates: 47°35′38″N 23°58′02″E / 47.59389°N 23.96722°E / 47.59389; 23.96722The Mesteacănu River is a tributary of the Strâmbu-Băiuţ River in Romania. References[edit]Administrația Națională Apelor Române – Cadastrul Apelor – București Institutul de Meteorologie și Hidrologie – Rîurile României – București 1971Maps[edit]Harta județului Maramureș [1] Harta muntii Gutâi [2] Harta zonei turistice Budești-Băiuț [3] Harta munții Lăpuș [4] This article related to a river in Maramureș County is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Xylotrechus lengi

Xylotrechus lengiScientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Coleoptera Suborder: Polyphaga Family: Cerambycidae Genus: Xylotrechus Species: X. lengi Binomial name Xylotrechus lengi Schaeffer, 1908Xylotrechus lengi is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Schaeffer in 1908.[1] References[edit] ^ Bezark, Larry G. A Photographic Catalog of the Cerambycidae of the World. Retrieved on 22 May 2012.This Clytini article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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High-altitude pulmonary edema

High-Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) Classification and external resources Specialty emergency medicine ICD-10 T70.2 ICD-9-CM 993.2[edit on Wikidata]High-altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE) (HAPO spelled oedema in British English) is a life-threatening form of non-cardiogenic pulmonary edema (fluid accumulation in the lungs) that occurs in otherwise healthy mountaineers at altitudes typically above 2,500 meters (8,200 ft).[1] However, cases have also been reported at lower altitudes (between 1,500–2,500 metres or 4,900–8,200 feet in highly vulnerable subjects), though what makes some people susceptible to HAPE is currently unknown. HAPE remains the major cause of death related to high-altitude exposure, with a high mortality rate in the absence of adequate emergency treatment.Contents 1 Signs and symptoms 2 Treatment 3 Incidence 4 Predisposing factors 5 Research 6 See also 7 References 8 External linksSigns and symptoms[edit] Physiological and symptomatic changes often vary according to the altitude involved.[2] The Lake Louise Consensus Definition for High-Altitude Pulmonary Edema has set widely used criteria for defining HAPE symptoms:[3] Symptoms: at least two of:Difficulty in breathing (dyspnea) at rest Cough Weakness or decreased exercise performance Chest tightness or congestionSigns: at least two of:Crackles or wheezing (while breathing) in at least one lung field Central cyanosis (blue skin color) Tachypnea (rapid shallow breathing) Tachycardia (rapid heart rate)The initial cause of HAPE is a shortage of oxygen caused by the lower air pressure at high altitudes.[1][4] The mechanisms by which this oxygen shortage causes HAPE are poorly understood, but two processes are believed to be important:Increased pulmonary arterial and capillary pressures (pulmonary hypertension) secondary to hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction.[5] An idiopathic non-inflammatory increase in the permeability of the vascular endothelium.[6]Although higher pulmonary arterial pressures are associated with the development of HAPE, the presence of pulmonary hypertension may not in itself be sufficient to explain the development of edema: severe pulmonary hypertension can exist in the absence of clinical HAPE in subjects at high altitude.[7] Treatment[edit] The standard and most important treatment is to descend to lower altitude as quickly as possible, preferably by at least 1000 metres.[1][8] Oxygen should also be given if possible. Symp. thanks wikipedia.

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Hydrangeaceae

HydrangeaceaeHydrangea macrophylla Scientific classificationKingdom: Plantae Clade: Angiosperms Clade: Eudicots Clade: Asterids Order: Cornales Family: Hydrangeaceae Dumort.[1] GeneraSee text.SynonymsKirengeshomaceae Nakai Philadelphaceae Martinov[2] Hydrangeaceae is a family of flowering plants in the order Cornales, with a wide distribution in Asia and North America, and locally in southeastern Europe.Contents 1 Overview 2 Genera 3 References 4 External linksOverview[edit] In its broad sense (as treated by the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group), the family includes 17 genera, but some botanists divide the family into two, with seven genera split off into a separate family, Philadelphaceae. The genera are characterised by leaves in opposite pairs (rarely whorled or alternate), and regular, bisexual flowers with 4 (rarely 5-12) petals. The fruit is a capsule or berry containing several seeds, the seeds with a fleshy endosperm. Genera[edit] Subfamily Hydrangeoideae Tribe HydrangeeaeBroussaisia Gaudich. Cardiandra Siebold & Zucc. Decumaria L. Deinanthe Maxim. Dichroa Lour. Hydrangea Gronov. Pileostegia Hook.f. & Thomson Platycrater Siebold & Zucc. Schizophragma Siebold & Zucc. Tribe PhiladelpheaeCarpenteria Torr. Deutzia Thunb. Fendlerella (Greene) A.Heller Kirengeshoma Yatabe Philadelphus L. Whipplea Torr. Subfamily Jamesioideae Fendlera Engelm. & A.Gray Jamesia Torr. & A.Gray[3] In addition, the genus Pottingeria is sometimes included in Hydrangeaceae, while others treat it in either Celastraceae, or in its own family Pottingeriaceae. References[edit] ^ Angiosperm Phylogeny Group (2009). “An update of the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group classification for the orders and families of flowering plants: APG III” (PDF). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 161 (2): 105–121. doi:10.1111/j.1095-8339.2009.00996.x. Retrieved 2013-07-06.  ^ “Family: Hydrangeaceae Dumort., nom. cons.”. Germplasm Resources Information Network. United States Department of Agriculture. 2003-01-17. Retrieved 2012-07-31.  ^ “GRIN Genera of Hydrangeaceae”. Germplasm Resources Information Network. United States Department of Agriculture. Retrieved 2012-07-31. Hydrangeaceae and Philadelphaceae in L. Watson and M.J. Dallwitz (1992 onwards). The families of flowering plants. “Hydrangeaceae”. Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Retrieved 29 June 2003. External links[. thanks wikipedia.

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