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  • ...ter 600 BCE. The world governing body is the [[Federation of International Polo]] (FIP), which has over 100 member countries. [[Category:Polo]]
    428 B (65 words) - 15:24, 16 September 2019
  • ...ationale de natation]] (International Aquatics Federation; FINA) and water polo has been an [[Olympic Games|Olympic sport]] for men since 1900 and for wome
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  • The '''Federation of International Polo (FIP)''' is the governing body of [[polo]]. It was founded in 1982 and is based in [[Montevideo]]. [[Category:Polo organisations]]
    194 B (27 words) - 14:01, 3 October 2019
  • * [[:Category:Polo|Polo]]
    466 B (67 words) - 20:48, 1 October 2019
  • * [[:Category:Water polo|Water polo]]
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  • The '''Federation of International Polo (FIP)''' is the governing body of [[polo]]. It was founded in 1982 and is based in [[Montevideo]]. [[Category:Polo organisations]]
    194 B (27 words) - 14:01, 3 October 2019
  • ...perations in the [[Iraq War]]; classified predecessor had been [[Operation POLO STEP]]
    157 B (21 words) - 15:25, 17 August 2009
  • ...ter 600 BCE. The world governing body is the [[Federation of International Polo]] (FIP), which has over 100 member countries. [[Category:Polo]]
    428 B (65 words) - 15:24, 16 September 2019
  • ...for water sports, subdivided into five distinct branches: swimming, water polo, diving, open water swimming, and synchronized swimming.
    178 B (23 words) - 01:13, 15 May 2008
  • {{r|Marco Polo}}
    188 B (25 words) - 23:11, 1 September 2008
  • ...ationale de natation]] (International Aquatics Federation; FINA) and water polo has been an [[Olympic Games|Olympic sport]] for men since 1900 and for wome
    428 B (62 words) - 12:59, 4 October 2019
  • * [[:Category:Polo|Polo]]
    466 B (67 words) - 20:48, 1 October 2019
  • * [[:Category:Water polo|Water polo]]
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  • ...by Italo Calvino, first written in Italian, portraying tales told by Marco Polo to the aging Kublai Khan of 55 cities in his decaying empire unseen by the
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  • ...tation (FINA). FINA recognizes five distinct sports: [[swimming]], [[water polo]], [[diving]], [[open water swimming]] and [[synchronised swimming]].<ref>[ ===Water polo===
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  • ...erdine University]]; [[U.S. Ambassador to Jamaica]] (1989-1993); member of Polo Hall of Fame
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  • ...levision stories concerning the [[science fiction]] adventures of a heroic polo-playing Yale graduate transplanted from 20th century earth to a [[Space ope
    316 B (44 words) - 23:10, 28 September 2009
  • ...dream-like tales told by the youthful [[Venice|Venetian]] traveler [[Marco Polo]] to the elderly [[Tartar]] ruler [[Kublai Khan]] in the latter's garden. T ...this passage, in the author's voice, between the first and second group of Polo's tales:
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  • ...a Special Access Program (SAP) designation]], used for its planning was '''POLO STEP'''.
    503 B (73 words) - 07:48, 23 January 2009
  • ...ued on top. and over which different types of sauces or meats are served. Polo, often called ''pilaf'' in the West, has the ingredients cooked with the ri | http://www.irantour.org/Iran/food/Polo%20and%20Chelo,%20%28Rice%29.html
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  • ...Switzerland, and influenced the direction of one of the most famous water polo matches in history. Just prior to the games the People's Republic of China
    725 B (113 words) - 15:55, 20 April 2021
  • ...ee buttons at the collar, and are often made of a "stiched" material. The polo shirt was made famous by [[René Lacoste]], a prominent male [[tennis]] pla
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  • ...evision stories, concerning the [[science fiction]] adventures of a heroic polo-playing Yale graduate transplanted from 20th century earth to a [[Space ope
    705 B (104 words) - 00:26, 30 September 2009
  • {{r|Polo}} {{r|Water polo}}
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  • ...igh jump]] as well as playing [[cricket]], [[soccer|football]] and [[water polo]].
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  • ==[[Polo]]== ...s'', Published by Vikas Pub. House, 1988, excerpt from page 318: ''Persian Polo.</ref>
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  • ...ho ruled from 1911 until he was deposed in 1948 as a result of [[Operation Polo]], which forced the [[State of Hyderabad]] to unite with [[India]]. He reta
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  • *First Period: 7 July 1937 (Battle of Lugou Bridge, also called the Marco Polo Bridge Incident) - 25 October 1938 (Fall of Hankou). "The Chinese army wou Following the [[Marco Polo Bridge Incident]], Japan began a prolonged war against China resulting in i
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  • ...ith an increasing emigrant Han minority. Famed merchant and explorer Marco Polo crossed Turkestan in the year 1272 CE.
    1 KB (208 words) - 07:47, 1 October 2013
  • ...ations|positive image]]; the actual code name for planning was [[Operation POLO STEP]]. <ref name=TFranks>{{citation
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  • ==Marco Polo to the 18th century== {{Image|Marco Polo portrait.jpg|right|100px|Portrait of Marco Polo}}
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  • * ''Water polo''
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  • *{{cite web | author=Polo, Luciano | title=World Wide Web Technology Architecture: A Conceptual Anal
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  • ||Polo Grounds, New York city, NY ||Polo Grounds, New York city, NY
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  • | title = The Travels of Marco Polo }}</ref>, translators of [[Marco Polo]], summarize China's situation in Polo's time as follows:
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  • ...ently, sports involving domesticated yaks, such as [[yak skiing]] or [[yak polo]], are being developed as tourist attractions in Central Asian countries.
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  • Throughout the period during which the Marco Polo Bridge Incident expanded into the Sino-Japanese War, Hirota stood at the di
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  • ...rdless of the cause, throughout history infanticide has been common. Anthropologist Laila Williamson noted: | contribution = Infanticide: an anthropological analysis
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  • {{rpl|Marco Polo}}
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  • | POLO STEP
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  • *''Marco Polo espion de Venise'' (1984), Pocket
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  • ...d by [[Gareth Evans]], who points to a number of examples: that of [[Marco Polo]]'s naming of [[Madagascar]] and the fictional case of two babies being swi
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  • ...and [[darts]]. The MCR has been particularly strong at women's boxing, [[polo]], and cricket.
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  • ...ming, recreational swimming, aquatic exercise, water sports (such as water polo, synchronised swimming, underwater hockey), or keeping afloat in order to s
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  • ...enant cavalry officer in the 4th Queen's Own Hussars, where he excelled at polo. ...gnored local conditions. His duties were done well before noon; apart from polo he did not socialize with his peers, who considered the slender, short, hig
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  • ...ed ''zamindar''s such as the feudal [[Rajput]] landlords of vast holdings. Polo, partridge shoots and tea parties were therefore not associated attributes.
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  • * Yomiuri Shimbun. ''Who Was Responsible? From Marco Polo Bridge to Pearl Harbor'' (2007) ISBN 4643060123 [http://search.japantimes.c
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  • ...]]<td>[[Theodoric the Great]]<td>[[troubadour|The Troubadours]]<td>[[Marco Polo]]
    13 KB (1,941 words) - 17:56, 2 March 2013
  • ...This is a team game, played on horseback. It is similar in resemblance to polo. A popular sport with children is kite fighting. The strings of the kites a
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  • :Swimming; Synchronized Swimming; Diving; Water polo; Archery; Athletics; Badminton; Baseball; Basketball; Boxing; Canoe-kayak;
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  • ...me]] or may be associated with gambling such as black jack or mahjohng, or polo which is traditionally played by the European upper class.
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  • ...vered, and accounts by explorers such as [[Christopher Columbus]], [[Marco Polo]] and [[James Cook]], revived a desire for accurate geographic detail. ...tion of employing [[qualitative research]] techniques also used in [[anthropology]] and [[sociology]]. [[Participant observation]] and in-depth interviews
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  • ...Full scale war &mdash; the [[Second Sino-Japanese War]] began at the Marco Polo bridge near Beijing in July 1937.
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  • ...entral Command]], designated the plans for the 2003 invasion of Iraq as '''POLO STEP''', <ref name=TFranks>{{citation
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  • [[Marco Polo]] refers to the oil springs of [[Baku]] (in what is now [[Azerbaijan]]) tow
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  • ...ANDLE THROUGH COMINT CHANNELS ONLY) or code words/nicknamesd (e.g., UMBRA, POLO STEP)</ref><ref name=FASPD59>{{citation
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  • ...quickly developed into a cosmopolitan city, visited (probably) by [[Marco Polo]] and other Europeans by the the 13th century. In 1367, however, Dadu fell
    38 KB (5,762 words) - 09:57, 30 June 2011
  • The second collection, the [[CAESAR-POLO-ESAU papers]], consists of 147 documents and 11,000 pages of research from
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  • ...tivenesses, as well. In the United States, butlers may frequently adorn a polo short and slacks, while in Bali they typically wear [[sarong]]s.<ref>Patrao
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  • ...tivenesses, as well. In the United States, butlers may frequently adorn a polo short and slacks, while in Bali they typically wear [[sarong]]s.<ref>Patrao
    44 KB (6,608 words) - 18:53, 22 August 2013
  • The second collection, the CAESAR-POLO-ESAU papers, consists of 147 documents and 11,000 pages of research from 19
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  • ...al| author=Mancia G, Bombelli M, Facchetti R, Madotto F, Quarti-Trevano F, Polo Friz H et al.| title=Long-term risk of sustained hypertension in white-coat
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  • |Trivia=For many years his polo shirts with the crocodile logo on the breast have been sold worldwide; deve
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  • ...conversant in German and French. He learned to ride, shoot, row, and play polo and lawn tennis.
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  • ...is end, he exercised regularly and took up boxing, tennis, hiking, rowing, polo, and horseback riding. He was an enthusiastic singlestick player and in 190
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  • ...d, when Reilly received the notice on September 13, 2001. It used the term POLO STEP, the code word for Franks' concept of operations. <ref>COBRA II, pp. 1 Bremer, with Sanchez, met with the IGC on May 12, beginning with an apology. Council members, according to Bremer, "regretted the Abu Ghraib miscondu
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