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The Secret Policeman's Balls - Later Shows - VI: Amnesty International Festival of Youth (1988)
... In 1986, the US Section of Amnesty International had organised the very successful Conspiracy Of Hope tour featuring leading rock musicians on an 11-day/6-concert tour of the US ... In early 1988, the US Section of Amnesty announced plans for a world tour featuring major musicians to take place later that year ... Shortly after the announcement of the forthcoming concert in England, the British Section of Amnesty International announced that it too had decided to salute the 40th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human ...
Guangdong Through Train (MTR) - History
... Construction of the British Section, the segment within Hong Kong which under British control, of the Kowloon–Canton Railway began in 1906 and it was opened on 1 October 1910 ... Opened as a single-track system, the British Section of the original Kowloon–Canton Railway (roughly corresponding to the present-day East Rail Line) ... The complete railway between Kowloon in Hong Kong, then a British crown colony, and the Chinese city of Canton (now Guangzhou) was opened on 5 October 1911 ...
Audio Engineering Society - British Section
... The AES British section, which is the largest outside the US, issues a monthly newsletter and holds regular lectures, usually in London, with occasional visits to studios and other places of ...
Lycée Français Charles De Gaulle - History
... in London, 9% of pupils at the Lycée are British, placed in the school by parents wanting their children to benefit from a bilingual education ... pupils can opt either to stay in the French Section and study for their Brevet and their Baccalauréat or to transfer to the smaller British Section (64 students per year) and work towards their GCSEs and A-le ... The British Section has had a very good reputation and excellent results since it began ...

Famous quotes containing the words section and/or british:

    ... all my letters are read. I like that. I usually put something in there that I would like the staff to see. If some of the staff are lazy and choose not to read the mail, I usually write on the envelope “Legal Mail.” This way it will surely be read. It’s important that we educate everybody as we go along.
    Jean Gump, U.S. pacifist. As quoted in The Great Divide, book 2, section 10, by Studs Terkel (1988)

    We know no spectacle so ridiculous as the British public in one of its periodical fits of morality.
    Thomas Babington Macaulay (1800–1859)