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  • The Bell Centre (Centre Bell), formerly known as the Molson Centre (Centre Molson), is a sports and entertainment complex in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It has been the home of the National Hockey League's Montreal Canadiens hockey team since March 16, 1996.
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  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication
  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists
  • (hotel) a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services
  • Hotel is a dimensional real estate game created by Milton Bradley in 1986. It is similar to Square Mile and Prize Property. In Hotel the players are building resort hotels and attempting to drive their competitors into bankruptcy.
  • HOTELS (ISSN-1047-2975) is a trade publication serving the information needs of the worldwide hospitality industry.
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New Socialisms: Futures Beyond Globalization (Routledge Studies in Governance and Change in the Global Era)
New Socialisms: Futures Beyond Globalization (Routledge Studies in Governance and Change in the Global Era)
The major problems facing the world as it gets used to the twenty-first century are global inequality, poverty, war and militarism, oppression, exploitation and ecological sustainability. Far from solving these problems, economic and political neo-liberalism seems to be plunging us deeper into them. Diverse opposition movements have arisen over the years to combat these problems, which the groups generally consider to be the result of "globalization". These opposition movements suffer greatly from being opposed to lots of things without necessarily putting forward realistic alternative suggestions. This impressive new book seeks to analyze and develop serious alternatives to the status quo. With contributions from a wide range of scholars, this important book will provide a uniquely varied outlook. Students and academics involved in international politics and economics as well as general readers with an interest in the anti-globalization movement will find this work incredibly useful.

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THE SQUARE FROM THE MONT DORE HOTEL / TOWN HALL. BOURNE AVENUE. BOURNEMOUTH. DORSET. 1905
THE SQUARE FROM THE MONT DORE HOTEL / TOWN HALL. BOURNE AVENUE. BOURNEMOUTH. DORSET. 1905
The Mont Dore Hotel, from where this image was taken, was opened in 1885 and became Bournemouth's current town hall in 1921. POPULATION 1841 405 / 1851 695 / 1861 1,701 / 1871 5,896 / 1881 16,859 / 1891 59,762 / 1911 78,674 / 1921 91,761 / 1931 116,803 / 1939 144,451 / 1951 154,956 / 1961 155,620 / 1971 153,425 / 1981 144,803 / 1991 151,303 / 2001 163,444 Place your cursor over parts of the image to reveal further information. A very potted history of The Square......... The Square is where seven roads leading to and from all parts of the borough converge. Although not geographically at the centre of town it is at the heart of what is known as the Town Centre. The seven roads are.....Old Christchurch Rd ,Gervis Place, Exeter Rd, Commercial Rd, Avenue Rd, Bourne Ave and Richmond Hill. Two hundred years ago and beyond it was the point at which the Bourne stream was crossed, by way of a ford, by those travelling over the unspoilt heath that lay between Christchurch and Poole. The area was frequented by smugglers who carried out their illegal goings on along this isolated section of coast through much of the 1700s and early 1800s. From the mid 1700s a small property, Bourne House / Decoy Pond Cottage stood where Debenhams now stands, with an associated decoy pond, used for hunting and trapping wildfowl, being created along the Bourne stream where the War Memorial now stands in the Central Pleasure Gardens. The Square has undergone a number of facelifts in the last 200 years since Bournemouth was officially founded in 1810 by Lewis Tregonwell. The ford was replaced by a wooden bridge in the late 1830s, then a stone one in 1849. Over time the bridge was replaced and the area enlarged resulting in the stream running underground as it flowed from the Central Pleasure Gardens into the Lower Pleasure Gardens on its way to the sea, meaning it can be crossed by thousands of people every day without anyone having to get their feet wet. Not suprisingly the area was known as The Bridge but became known as The Square from the mid 1850s. In 1899 a roundabout with a tall lamp post was created in the centre of The Square which survived until around WW1 when a plain oval 'roundabout', minus the lamp post, replaced it. In 1925 a Captain Norton donated a shelter cum waiting room, adorned by a clock, that was used by tram and trolleybus passengers until 1948, when it was replaced by a large roundabout in the middle of which stood a tall pedestal with the clock from the shelter ontop. In 1992 The Square was semi-pedestrianised with a path created across the roundabout to link the two sides, with the opening of the fully pedestrianised Square, complete with a pebble mosaic, Millenium Flame and Obscura Cafe coming in February 2000.
Philadelphia Skyline
Philadelphia Skyline
We went to Philadelphia this weekend to meet my mom who was there for a conference. We planned to do some kite flying and see some sites. After National Park ranger gave us the thumbs down on flying near Independence Hall, we headed over to Von Colln Memorial field on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. My Jones Airfoils 7' Rok made its inaugural flight there and handily lifted the EP1. I really liked the Rok's behaviour in gusty winds. At times the wind would pick up and the Rok would push back and down, but wouldn't pull to the side and threaten to crash. Nice! This may also be the first time I've flown the EP1 with the super light Panasonic 14mm prime which gave me plenty of room for cropping. If I return to this site I'll use the 20mm to get a bit closer.

hotels near the bell centre
hotels near the bell centre
Chopra Centre Cookbook
'This book is about food for the soul. It is about the celebration of nourishment at all levels: physical, mental and spiritual' - Deepak Chopra. According to the holistic principles of Ayurvedic medicine, on which the work of the Chopra Centre is based, the same spirit that animates all living things also exists in food - and eating is therefore a magical, spiritual experience, a celebration of life. This cookbook offers a totally different approach to nutrition with delicious, unusual and easy-to-make vegetarian recipes designed to help you keep your physical, mental and spiritual energies in balance.

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