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The mass-bombing of cities in Europe and Asia has often been called a war crime although no positive or specific customary international humanitarian law with respect to aerial warfare existed before or during World War II the USAAF firebombed a total of 67 Japanese cities killing 393,000 civilians and destroying 65% of built-up areas, 3.4 Winter storms 1.4 June 15 1976 "The Rainout", The late 1970s saw a population boom thanks to the Arab Oil Embargo People from the Rust Belt states moved into Houston at a rate of over 1,000 a week mostly from Michigan and are still moving to Houston to this day. Over the next several hours two brief skirmishes occurred Texians won the first forcing a small group of dragoons and the Mexican artillery to withdraw. Mexican dragoons then forced the Texian cavalry to withdraw in the melee Rusk on foot to reload his rifle was almost captured by Mexican soldiers but was rescued by newly arrived Texian volunteer Mirabeau B Lamar. Over Houston's objections many infantrymen rushed onto the field As the Texian cavalry fell back Lamar remained behind to rescue another Texian who had been thrown from his horse; Mexican officers "reportedly applauded" his bravery. Houston was irate that the infantry had disobeyed his orders and given Santa Anna a better estimate of their strength; the men were equally upset that Houston hadn't allowed a full battle. . . On September 10 2006 the U.S Geological Survey National Earthquake Information Center reported that a magnitude 6.0 earthquake occurred about 250 miles (400 km) west-southwest of Anna Maria Florida around 10:56 AM EDT the quake was reportedly felt from Louisiana to Florida in the Southeastern United States There were no reports of damage or injuries. Items were knocked from shelves and seiches were observed in swimming pools in parts of Florida the earthquake was described by the USGS as an intraplate earthquake the largest and most widely felt recorded in the past three decades in the region. According to the September 11 2006 issue of the Tampa Tribune earthquake tremors were last felt in Florida in 1952 recorded in Quincy 20 miles (32 km) northwest of Tallahassee, Adherents of many other religions reside predominantly in the urban centers of Texas in 1990 the Islamic population was about 140,000 with more recent figures putting the current number of Muslims between 350,000 and 400,000 the Jewish population is around 128,000. Around 146,000 adherents of religions such as Hinduism and Sikhism live in Texas. It is the fifth-largest Muslim-populated state in the country; .
Allan Shivers born in Lufkin Angelina County, Texas State University 28 Phillips 66, 5.2 Water pollution 126 Kevin Roberts Republican 2016 Champions/FM 1960 area. . In 2010 Site Selection Magazine ranked Texas as the most business-friendly state in the nation in part because of the state's three-billion-dollar Texas Enterprise Fund. Texas has the joint-highest number of Fortune 500 company headquarters in the United States along with California, East Texas also contains numerous golf courses and avid golfers as well as NASCAR fans However the region does not host professional events in either of those sports the nearest NASCAR track to East Texas is Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Ruins of the Benedictine monastery during the Battle of Monte Cassino Italian Campaign May 1944. ! 3 Extreme weather On July 26 2003 the Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau started "The Neighborhoods Alive: Houston's Multicultural Tour," a bus tour throughout several neighborhoods in inner Houston the tour's destinations included Downtown Houston the First Ward the Second Ward the Third Ward the Sixth Ward East Downtown and Midtown Two later bookings those for August 23 2003 and September 2003 quickly sold out Therefore the bureau added six more dates on short notice, In early 2006 the Champ Car auto racing series returned to Houston for a yearly race held on the streets of the Reliant Park complex the city had previously been home to a Champ Car round from 1998 to 2001.. (17.2) 78.5 the Mississippian culture also known as Mound Builders which extended along the Mississippi River Valley east of Texas; and, American Indian: 0.7 percent A tall stone column which widens as it meets the base a large rectangular building with no windows; These attacks led the United States United Kingdom China Australia and several other states to formally declare war on Japan whereas the Soviet Union being heavily involved in large-scale hostilities with European Axis countries maintained its neutrality agreement with Japan. Germany followed by the other Axis states declared war on the United States in solidarity with Japan citing as justification the American attacks on German war vessels that had been ordered by Roosevelt. Japanese foreign affairs minister Mamoru Shigemitsu signs the Japanese Instrument of Surrender on board USS Missouri 2 September 1945, As of 2018 in English the prepositions up down out and over are used by residents of Houston to refer to traveling to points within about a 100 miles (160 km) radius: north (Conroe) south (Galveston) west (Katy) and east (Baytown and Beaumont) the modifier "way" as in "way out" may be used for more distant points such as Brookshire and Crosby!