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Baja California Sur

Baja California Sur the Estado Libre y Soberano de Baja California Sur, is the second-smallest Mexican state by population and the 31st admitted state of the 32 states which make up the 32 Federal Entities of Mexico. Before becoming a state on October 8, 1974, the area was known as the El Territorio Sur de Baja California, it has an area of 73,909 km2, or 3.57% of the land mass of Mexico, occupies the southern half of the Baja California Peninsula, south of the 28th parallel, plus the uninhabited Rocas Alijos in the Pacific Ocean. It is bordered to the north by the state of Baja California, to the west by the Pacific Ocean, to the east by the Gulf of California; the state has maritime borders with Sonora and Sinaloa across the Gulf of California. The state is home to the tourist resorts of San José del Cabo, its largest city and capital is La Paz. The state is the southern part of the Baja California Peninsula, located in the northwest of Mexico, part of the larger The Californias region of North America.

With a territory of 73,909 km², it is about 750 km long and averages about 100 km wide. The state is divided into five municipalities. Comondú is located in the center of the state with its seat at Ciudad Constitución, it borders the municipalities of Loreto and La Paz with the Pacific Ocean to the west. Mulegé is in the north of the state with its capital in Santa Rosalía, with two other important population centers at Guerrero Negro and Mulegé, it borders the municipalities of Comondú and Loreto with Baja California Norte to the north, the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Gulf of California to the east. It accounts for 45% of the state's territory; the municipality of La Paz is in the south of the state. It is the second largest municipality, accounting for just over 27% of the territory of the state, it borders the municipalities of Comondú and Los Cabos and extends from the Pacific Ocean to the Gulf of California. The municipality of Los Cabos is at the southern tip of the state, with its seat at San José del Cabo, its most populous city is Cabo San Lucas.

The municipality is one of the most important tourist destinations in Mexico. The municipality borders that of La Paz to the north, with the rest defined by the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California; the municipality of Loreto is with the city of Loreto as its seat. It borders the municipalities of Comondú with the Gulf of California to the east; the state is on a narrow peninsula which broke away from the mainland about two million years ago due to tectonic activity. The territory is mountains or mountain ranges and coastal plains; the mountain are of volcanic rock. The local name for the main mountain range is the Sierra de la Giganta and the highest peak is the Sierra de la Laguna at 2080m above sea level; the coastal plains are wider on the Pacific side, averaging about 40 km, with much wider plains such as those of Santa Clara and Magdalena y Hiray. These areas are dominated by sedimentary rock limestone of marine origin; the state is divided into five regions: Central Desert, La Serranía, the Vizcaíno Desert, the Magdalena Plains and Los Cabos.

The Central Desert has desert plants, with vegetation springing up during irregular rains. The La Serranía is the high mountain areas with significant tree cover, some species of which are commercially valuable; the Vizcaíno Desert runs along the Pacific coast around the Ojo de San Ignacio lagoons. The Magdalena Plains is a large, flat area near the Pacific coast, the Los Cabos region is distinguished by microclimates determined by the geologic change in the area and rain patterns; the climate of the state is dry, with an average annual temperature of 18–22 °C and average annual rainfall of less than 200mm. The lower elevations are the driest and hottest, with summer daytime temperatures above 40 °C; the exception to desert conditions is the Los Cabos region, classified as semi-moist because of Pacific hurricane activity which affects the region. In the spring, prevailing winds are in the summer from the south and southwest. In the fall, they are in the winter from the north and northwest. Most of the surface water is in the form of seasonal streams, which are fast-flowing and only active during stormy weather.

Most of these drain into the Pacific Ocean, with a number flowing south into the Bahía de Ballenas. The main geological feature of the state is its coastline which measures 2230 km, making it Mexico's longest with 22% of the total, it has the most islands in the Gulf of California. There are three in the Pacific, Natividad and Santa Margarita. In the Gulf of California, they include San Marcos, Carmen, Santa Catalina, Santa Cruz, San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, Espiritu Santo and Cerralvo. Major bays include Sebastian Vizcaino, Magdalena, La Paz, Asunción, Ballenas and San Carlos. Estuaries and lagoons including those at Puerto Escondido, Nopoló, Blandra as well as the San José estuary at Cabo Colorado, the San Ignacio Lagoon and the Ojo de Liebre; the ecological system here is considered to be evolved with a number of endemic species. The lower elevations are dominated by desert and arid condition plants; this inclu

Rural Municipality of Mount Pleasant No. 2

Mount Pleasant No. 2 is a rural municipality in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It is located in southeastern Saskatchewan and is within SARM Division No. 1 and Census Division No. 1. Its population was 418 as of the 2006 Census; the southern boundary of the RM is the United States border at North Dakota. Mount Pleasant is home to a number of Canadian oil wells. Ezz Faris concluded they were non-compliant; the following urban municipalities are surrounded by the Rural Municipality of Mount Pleasant No. 2: CitiesnoneTownsCarnduffVillagesCarievaleResort villagesnoneThe following hamlets are located within the Rural Municipality of Mount Pleasant No. 2: Hamletsnonespecial service areasnoneOrganized hamletnoneUnincorporated hamletsElmore List of rural municipalities in Saskatchewan Map of Mount Pleasant No. 2 at Statcan

My Fair Lady (2016 TV series)

My Fair Lady is a South Korean television series starring Heo Jung-eun in the title role, with Oh Ji-ho, Park Jin-hee and Oh Yoon-ah, based on the award-winning screenplay by Jun Ho-sung. It aired every Wednesday and Thursday from November 16, 2016 to January 5, 2017 on KBS2 at 22:00 KST. A story about a con-man and his daughter who suffers from Niemann–Pick disease Heo Jung-eun as Yoo Geum-bi Oh Ji-ho as Mo Hwi-hul Park Jin-hee as Go Kang-hee Oh Yoon-ah as Yoo Joo-young Seo Hyun-chul as Kong Gil-ho Lee In-hye as Heo Jae-kyung Lee Ji-hoon as Cha Chi-soo Park Min-soo as Hwang Jae-hha Kang Ji-woo as Hong Shil-ra Im Hye-young as Kang Min-ah Kim Ki-yun as Goo Mi-ran Kang Sung-jin as Go Joon-pil Kim Do-hyun as Choi Jae-hjin Kim Nan-hwi as Kim Hee-young Kim Dae-jong as Kim Woo-yun Gil Hae-yeon as Kim Young-ji Lee Jong-soo as Ma Sang-soo Jason Scott Nelson as Doctor Jung Eui-kap as Jo Sung-gap Lee Ho-chul as Choi Moo-guk Kim Tae-han as Bae Jong-won In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

Note: Episode 14 didn't air as scheduled due to KBS Song Festival. Official website My Fair Lady at KBS WorldMy Fair Lady at HanCinema