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  1. Cebu - Wikipedia

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    Cebu's temperatures can reach a high of 36 °C (97 °F) from March to May, and as low as 18 °C (64 °F) in the mountains during the wet season. The average temperature is around 24 to 34 °C (75 to 93 °F), and does not fluctuate much except during the month of May, which is the hottest month. Cebu averages 70–80% humidity. Flora

  2. Gatwick Airport - Wikipedia

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    Source 2017: Gatwick Airport Limited 46.1 million passengers passed through Gatwick in 2018, an increase of 1.1% over the previous year. North Atlantic and other long-haul [nb 17] traffic recorded increases over the previous year of 24.4% and 12.7% to 4.04 million and 4.65 million passengers, respectively.

    • Public
    • Crawley, England, UK
    • Gatwick Airport Limited
    • London
  3. Mayotte - Wikipedia

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    According to the 2017 census, 58.5% of the people living in Mayotte were born in Mayotte (down from 63.5% at the 2007 census), 5.6% were born in the rest of the French Republic (either metropolitan France or overseas France except Mayotte) (up from 4.8% in 2007), and 35.8% were immigrants born in foreign countries (up from 31.7% at the 2007 ...

    • France
    • YT, FR-YT
  4. Geography of Albania - Wikipedia

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    A total surface area of 28.748 square kilometres (11,100 sq mi), the country is located in the southeastern part of the Adriatic and the northeastern part of the Ionian Sea, both located within the Mediterranean Sea.

  5. Joensuu - Wikipedia

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    Joensuu (Finnish pronunciation: ; lit. "river's mouth"; Karelian: Jovensuu) is a city and municipality in North Karelia, Finland.It was founded in 1848. The population of Joensuu is 76,543 (January 31, 2019), and the economic region of Joensuu has a population of 115,000.

    • Joensuu sub-region
    • Finland
  6. Tuublɛɛ — Wikipediya

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    Tɛtʊ tʊnɛ tɩ-taa yee pakalɩɣ ɛyaa km2 taa kɔyɔ, panaɣ-wɛ ɛzɩ 4 588 yɔ. Pamaza tɛtʊ sɔsɔtʊ tʊnɛ lɛ, pana se tɩ-walanzɩ taa talɩ ɛzɩ ɛkɩtaarɩnaa ɛzɩ 11 499 pʊtɔbʊʊ se kilomɛtanaa ɛzɩ 114,99 km2 yɔ.

  7. Indonesia - Wikipedia

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    In 2017, Indonesia was the world's 9th largest energy producer with 4,200 terawatt-hours (14.2 quadrillion British thermal units), and the 15th largest energy consumer, with 2,100 terawatt-hours (7.1 quadrillion British thermal units).

  8. G4 nations - Wikipedia

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    The G4 nations comprising Brazil, Germany, India, and Japan are four countries which support each other's bids for permanent seats on the United Nations Security Council. Unlike the G7 , where the common denominator is the economy and long-term political motives, the G4's primary aim is the permanent member seats on the Security Council.

  9. List of municipal corporations in India - Wikipedia

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    The content of this article is based on the "Census of India, 2011":Cities with 1 lakh(100,000) and above population; Census India; Note: The list includes the city municipal limits, but not urban agglomeration or Municipalities.

  10. Demographics of Sri Lanka - Wikipedia

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    Sri Lanka is an island in the Indian Ocean, also called Ceylon and many other names.It is about the size of Ireland. It is about 28 kilometres (18 mi.) off the south-eastern coast of India with a population of about 20 million.