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Tags: administration, AJK, governance
Topic: Current Affairs (Haalat e Hazira) Participants: 1) Shakeel Bhatt - Social Worker 2) M Irfan - K1S 3) Taifoor - JKPNP Chowki Mong + a dozen other spectators
by Karen's phlog
Tags: roman architecture, roman empire, coliseum
the colosseum or originally it was called the Flavian Amphitheater(?) after the group of emperors(?) that has the luxury of ruling Rome at the time that it was being constructed it's right in the center of Rome it was the largest ever built in the Roman empire it is considered one of the greatest works of Roman architecture and Roman engineering. The coliseum occupied the site just east of the Roman form it was begun in 72 AD under the Emperor Vespasion and it was completed about 8 years later under his son Titus there were some modifications made during Titus' brother Domitian changed modified it a little bit and of course the empathy Ampheathrum Flavium I'm drive arrives it's name from the family name of both Vespasian and Titus it was capable of seating about 50 thousand spectators.
Tags: ashton court, spectators, photographers
___ Harrison(?) this is David. Hi ___ I'll take with that real photographers is a mountain right the event in Ashton Court in Bristol on the 15th of October. Could you have any pictures as demand by yourself well I have written one on occasion but this is the most serious like it's battle or 8 hour race. It's a race what kind of training that is. It's gonna be all through Leeros(?) around the edge of Ashton Court. So pretty bumpy I reckon. Tell me more. Well I think we're expecting you know good few hundred people don't see many spectators. This is one for the dedicated.
Our friends Eddie and Adam are running the Marine Corps Marathon this Sunday! If you get a chance, tweet them some good wishes and follow their victorious march on Washington DC: Eddie: 21077 Adam: 16640 http://www.marinemarathon.com/race_info/spectators.htm
by Ian's phlog
Tags: bad weather, semi finals, friday afternoon
Year 7 pupils at Goldington mIddle school are about to begin their unihoc tournament.
Gentleman and ladies start your engines the Indy 500 the world's largest spectators for run Sunday May 30th. No other race has the legends the traditions and the technology like the Indy 500 or Gilio(?) make it or would Danica finally drink the victory milk. By the way last year I followed portions of the race via Twitter I'm sure many of racing fan will be Twitting(?) and texting over the AT&T blazing fast network. First Indy 500 race have 1911 was won by Ray Haroon with the average speed of 74mi an hour. Last year Gilio(?) top at a 150 plus miles an hour. All 33 cars participating in the race carry GPS boxes that are used to find the position of the car in car centers also in able TV network to collect the physical information like speed and fuel consumption. The information is collected at a blazing rate of about 10 times per second you do know