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  • A real estate agent
  • (estate agent) real estate broker: a person who is authorized to act as an agent for the sale of land; “in England they call a real estate agent a land agent”

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Hart and Huntington Gazer Juniors Racerback Tank Top – Black (Medium)
Hart and Huntington Gazer Juniors Racerback Tank Top - Black (Medium)
Girl, you’ve always been the center of attention. You’ve got a rockin’ body and mind-blowing green eyes that can make a guy go blind, deaf and dumb. Snag the attention of a moto god who can keep up with your wild ways and smokin’ hot looks in the Gazer tank from Hart and Huntington. It features metal logo rings with rhinestone detail at the racerback and front straps, metallic print branding offset on the front with flourish detail and rhinestone embellishments that will highlight your slim waist. It’s all too easy to ensnare men in your wicked charms, and you’ve got your sights set on a fierce-looking fighter – just be prepared for a little drool and lots of stares.
95% Cotton/5% Spandex
Fitted racerback tank top
Model shown is wearing size S
Round metal logos with rhinestone detail
Metallic print
Rhinestone detail
Softhand screen print
Imported

IMG 1719,21 SX30 18JAN12 GM HI

IMG 1719,21 SX30 18JAN12 GM HI
Governors Residence
Honolulu, Hawaii USA . 18 January 2012

Included in Set "Buildings/Structures Pt 7"

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Distance shot through fence
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

An American merchant sea captain, John Dominis (1796–1846) came to America in 1819 from Trieste, probably from a Croatian family. After making a number of voyages across the Pacific, he relocated to the islands in 1837 with his Bostonian wife Mary Jones Dominis (1803–1889) and son John Owen Dominis (1832–1891) from New York. The captain was awarded some land in 1842 as settlement of a lawsuit with the British Consul Richard Charlton. The captain continued to take voyages to raise money for the construction of a house. In 1846 he sailed for China on the Brig William Neilson, intending to purchase Chinese-made furniture for the house, which was nearing completion. The ship was lost at sea, along with the American Agent George Brown, and Mary Dominis became a widow. She rented out a suite of rooms to support herself and young John Owen. One of the first boarders was Anthony Ten Eyck, an American Commissioner to the islands appointed by President James K. Polk who established the American Legation in the house. Ten Eyck named the house "Washington Place" in a February 22, 1848 letter, after George Washington in celebration of the first US president’s birthday. King Kamehameha III officially approved the name.

The American flag was raised at the residence until Mary Dominis’s death in 1889 when Liliuokalani had it removed. In 1917, Liliuokalani raised the American flag at Washington Place in honor of five Hawaiian sailors who had perished in the sinking of USS Aztec by German submarines. Her act was interpreted by many as her symbolic support of the United States.

The building was designed by the master carpenter Isaac Hart, who had built the first ?Iolani Palace. The building was also constructed by Daniel Jenner, an Italian master mason. The interior was originally finished by the master painter Israel Wright. Native Hawaiians were also involved with the construction of the building, but are not named individually by the archival records.

The foundation of the building, the lower level walls and the lower columns are constructed of coral stone. The upper floor is of wood frame construction. Washington Place conforms to period French Creole Greek Revival houses that were built along the lower Gulf-Coastal region of the southeastern United States. The home was constructed with an almost square core surrounded by a peristyle, a two tiered verandah, Tuscan columns on its upper floor, and a hipped roof. The interior of the home is arranged in a traditional Georgian floor plan, with four distinct parlors on the first floor and four bedchambers on the second floor.

William Little Lee made Washington Place his home from 1849–1854. Lee was instrumental in integrating a Western legal system in the Hawaiian Islands, based upon the Massachusetts model. Lee also authored the Great Mahele, which introduced private land ownership into Hawaiian culture.

Lydia Kamakaeha Paki, the future Queen Lili?uokalani and the Heir Apparent to the throne of the Kingdom of Hawai?i, married John Owen Dominis in 1862, making Washington Place the private residence of the princess and future queen. Another Massachusetts lawyer, Alfred S. Hartwell, rented a guest room from 1868 until 1872. He describes Mary as still expecting her husband to return any day. Mary Dominis died on April 25, 1889, and John Owen Dominis died on August 27, 1891, leaving the property to Lili?uokalani, who had just become Queen after the death of her brother, King Kalakaua.

During 1893, Washington Place was the site of the dramatic events of the overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom. It was there that the queen was arrested by the new governmental forces that were aided by a detachment of United States Marines. The queen was tried before a military tribunal, where she was charged with concealment of treason against the new government, the Republic of Hawai?i. She was convicted and was confined for several months at Washington Place after her release from imprisonment at ?Iolani Palace.

Queen Lili?uokalani resided at Washington Place for the remainder of her life. She died in the downstairs bedroom of the house on November 11, 1917. The home offers the citizens of Hawai?i a strong sense of place and belonging in association with the kingdom and of Queen Lili?uokalani’s memory

Beginning in 1918, Washington Place became the Executive Mansion for twelve territorial and state governors of Hawai?i. Technical

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Nederland, Noord-Holland, Abcoude, 25-09-2002; pal naast autosnelweg A2 is Buitenborgh gebouwd: "luxe vrijstaande recreatievilla’s met open vaarwater naar de Vinkenveensche Plassen (citaat makelaarsbrochure); hoewel het bestemmingsplan (streekplan) bouw in dit deel vh Groene Hart verbiedt, mochten deze woningen wel gebouwd omdat ze (op papier) niet permanent bewoond worden; recreatiewoning, tweede huis, vakantiewoning, planologie, verloedering van het landschap, milieu, toerisme, mobiliteit; zie ook andere foto van deze lokatie;
right next to motorway A2: "luxury detached villas with recreational waters and direct connection with nearby lake" (quotation from estate agent brochure); although the planning permission / zoning in this part of the ‘Green Heart’ prohibits such housing, the villas could be built because they (on paper) are not permanently inhabited; recreation, second home, holiday home, planning, degradation of the landscape, environment, tourism, mobility, see other photos of this location;
luchtfoto (25 procent toeslag); aerial view / aerial photo (additional fee required); Note: use keyword/place+luchtfoto+swart to find variations (with only Dutch caption)
foto Siebe Swart / Hollandse Hoogte

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