Prides

Some articles on pride, prides:

Scar (The Lion King) - The Lion King II: Simba's Pride - Kiara
... and Nala and the protagonist of the sequel Lion King ll Simba's Pride ... She is portrayed as the feisty, playful, and adventurous princess of Pride Rock, but her over-protective father, Simba, easily fears for her safety and employs the assistance of Timon and Pumbaa in ... and spreads a wildfire throughout the Pride Lands ...
Zagreb Pride - History - 2006
... Pride held in 2006 was the first international pride, as it had a regional character and it was organized in support to those participants coming from countries where the sociopolitical ... Slovenia, Croatia, Romania and Latvia have organized Prides until that year, with Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Albania, Slovakia and ... However, this has changed, and some of them successfully organised Prides since then ...
Columbia Independent School - Prides
... at Columbia Independent School organize students into "prides" ... Each pride has approximately 12–15 students with a teacher acting as "Pride Leader" ... CIS Prides generally meet 4 times per week ...
Prides Crossing (MBTA Station)
... Prides Crossing is a passenger rail station on MBTA's Newburyport/Rockport Line serving the village of Prides Crossing in Beverly, Massachusetts ... inbound riders per day (by a 2009 count), Prides Crossing is the third-lowest-ridership station on the Commuter Rail system ...
Pride Parade - Notable Pride Events - Europe
... The very first Eastern European Pride, called The Internationale Pride, was assumed to be a promotion of the human right to freedom of assembly in Croatia and other ... ex-Yugoslav states, at that time only Slovenia and Croatia had a tradition of organising Pride events, whereas the attempt to organize such an event in Belgrade ... countries where the sociopolitical climate is not ripe for the organization of Prides, or where such a manifestation is expressly forbidden by the authorities ...

Famous quotes containing the word prides:

    One sticks to an opinion because he prides himself on having come to it on his own, and another because he has taken great pains to learn it and is proud to have grasped it: and so both do so out of vanity.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)