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...Shepherd, Richard Richard Shepherd died at Wetherden, Suffolk on 3 January 1809. He was educated at Corpus Christi College, Oxford (BA, 1753; MA, 1757; BD, 1765; DD, 1788). He was Archdeacon of Debford from 1783, and rector of Wetherden...
... Henry Flynt and Thomas Robie. Flynt was an unusually conscientious educator, but beyond this, he was also a diligent spiritual shepherd to his charges. As Harvard began its transition to religious liberalism, Flynt continued to teach the whole...
... to promote social welfare through a regulatory and redistributive national government.Raymond's principles were often at odds with the laissez faire proponents of Europe, especially Adam Smith, Jean-Baptiste Say, and John Malthus, Thomas Malthus....
... has also been contested. Several factors enjoy some warrant as Hooker's reasons for emigrating: paucity of land for relative late-comers to the Boston environs, personal and/or power rivalries with Cotton, Winthrop, John John Winthrop ,...

Arequipa

Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World Volume III : Locations: Caribbean and Latin America

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...Population: 734,000 (2002) Arequipa, capital city of the department that shares its name, is the country’s second-largest city and the commercial center of southern Peru. Refounded by the Spanish in 1540...

Belém

Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World Volume III : Locations: Caribbean and Latin America

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...Population: 1,280,614 (2000) The capital city of Pará, Belém is located on the Rio Guamá estuary, near the Amazon delta. The city was founded in 1616 by Portuguese settlers, who were based...

Guantánamo

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...Population: 206,831 (1998) Guantánamo is the capital city of the easternmost province of Cuba, also named Guantánamo. The word Guantánamo means in the aboriginal Taino language ‘land between rivers...

Quito

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...Population: 1,399,378 (2001) Quito, the capital and political center of Ecuador, is located in the northern highland region, a few miles south of the equator, in the valley of the Pichincha Mountain. It was founded in 1535...

Ayacucho

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...Population: 144,700 (2003) Ayacucho, capital city of the department that shares its name, is situated 300 miles (480 km) southeast of Lima in the Peruvian Andes. Though commercial ties...

Veracruz

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...Population: 549,500 (2003) On his initial expedition of Mexican conquest in 1519, the Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés founded the first municipality of the Americas, Villa Rica de la Vera...