always be my baby' was certified gold by the australian recording industry association aria , denoting shipments of over 35,000 units. the song debuted and peaked at number five in new zealand, spending three consecutive weeks at the position.
qatar is classified by the un as a country of very high human development and is widely regarded as the most advanced arab state for human development. qatar is a high-income economy, backed by the world's third-largest natural gas reserves and oil reserves.
overfishing and pollution from gold mine tailings resulted in the decline of the fishery. it was replaced by a penaeid white shrimp fishery on the south atlantic and gulf coasts. these shrimp were so abundant that beaches were piled with windrows from their moults. modern industrial shrimping methods originated in this area.
gamma uppercase γ, lowercase γ; greek: γάμμα gámma is the third letter of the greek alphabet. in the system of greek numerals it has a value of 3. in ancient greek, the letter gamma represented a voiced velar stop /ɡ/. in modern greek, this letter represents either a voiced velar fricative or a voiced palatal fricative .
solar power in australia is a fast growing industry. as of september 2019, australia's over 2.2 million solar pv installations had a combined capacity of 13,904 mw photovoltaic pv solar power, of which 3,290 mw were installed in the preceding 12 months. in 2019, 59 solar pv projects with a combined capacity of 2,881 mw were either under construction, constructed or due to start construction .
australian clubman saloons were marketed under the morris mini clubman name when introduced in august 1971, and as the leyland mini, without the clubman name, from february 1973. to end mini production in australia, a limited edition runout model was produced − the 1275ls. fitted with a pollution control 1,275 cc engine sourced from europe .
keep calm and carry on was a motivational poster produced by the british government in 1939 in preparation for world war ii.the poster was intended to raise the morale of the british public, threatened with widely predicted mass air attacks on major cities. although 2.45 million copies were printed, and although the blitz did in fact take place, the poster was only rarely publicly displayed .