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List Of People From Hamilton, Ontario - Miscellaneous
... Aitchison, the first full-time fire chief of Hamilton ... The first European to visit what is now Hamilton was probably Étienne Brûlé in 1616 ... this daring young woman enrolled in a Hamilton, Ontario, flying school On March 13, 1928 she passed the federal aviation test and become the first Canadian woman to earn a private pilot's ...
Foreign Relations Of Estonia - Relations By Country
... is host to one of the largest communities of Estonians abroad, with 8,232 people identifying as Estonian in the 2006 Australian Census ... Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs list of bilateral treaties with Estonia (in German only) Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs about relations with Austria Azerbaijan 01992-04-2020 April 1992 See ... Affaires and European Integration list of bilateral treaties with Estonia Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs about the relation with Croatia Cyprus See ...

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