Ballerup Kommune is a municipality in Region Hovedstaden on the island of Zealand in eastern Denmark. It is located 15 kilometers from central Copenhagen; the municipality covers an area of 34.09 km², has a population of 48,231. It is the name of the municipal seat, Ballerup; the current mayor is Jesper Würtzen of the Social Democrats. Other than Ballerup, the towns that make up the municipality are Skovlunde. Neighboring municipalities are Herlev to the east, Furesø to the north, Egedal to the west, Albertslund and Glostrup to the south; the geography of Ballerup municipality was not affected on January 1, 2007 as the result of the nationwide Kommunalreformen. The municipality is home to companies such as GN Store Nord and Leo Pharma. East Kilbride, Scotland – Prague 10, Czech Republic Ballerup station Ballerup Bladet Municipal statistics: NetBorger Kommunefakta, delivered from KMD aka Kommunedata Municipal mergers and neighbors: Eniro new municipalities map Municipality's official website East Kilbride, Ballerup's twin town
Carrying On is the second studio album by country music duo Montgomery Gentry. It was released in May 2001 via Columbia Nashville. Certified gold in the United States, the album produced only two singles: "She Couldn't Change Me" and "Cold One Comin' On," which reached numbers 2 and 23 on the Hot Country Songs charts. "She Couldn't Change Me" - 4:20 "My Father's Son" - 4:45 "The Fine Line" - 3:51 "Cold One Comin' On" - 5:10 "While the World Goes Down the Drain" - 4:05 "Hellbent on Saving Me" - 3:19 "Carrying On" - 3:43 "I'm a Ramblin' Man" - 3:13 "Black Jack Fletcher and Mississippi Sam" - 3:52 "Lucky to Be Here" - 3:23 "Too Hard to Handle... Too Free to Hold" - 5:08 "Tried and True" - 5:43 According to Carrying On liner notes. Montgomery GentryTroy Gentry - vocals Eddie Montgomery - vocals
The coat of arms of the London Borough of Bromley is the official coat of arms of the London Borough of Bromley, granted on 20 April 1965. This London Borough was created by merging five earlier entities, the Municipal Borough of Beckenham, the Municipal Borough of Bromley, the Orpington Urban District, the Penge Urban District and a part of the Chislehurst and Sidcup Urban District; some of these had arms. Instead of combining the older arms to a new more complex design, it was decided to create all new arms for Bromley to allow for a simpler design; the pierced silver cinquefoil in the shield alludes to the five earlier authorities with its five petals, while the green field stands for this wooded and rural part of London. There are different interpretations of the acorns surrounding the cinquefoil, they may refer to the characteristic Kentish oaks, represent the seed of the new London Borough, but may stand for the many semi-rural villages in the area; the crest has crossed swords for the many military establishments within Bromley's boundaries and a scallop, present in the crest in the arms of the old Municipal Borough of Bromley and comes from the arms of the Diocese of Rochester, owner of the manor of Bromley from the reign of King Ethelbert.
The supporters are a silver dragon, similar to the dragon supporters in the coat of arms of the City of London, since Bromley is now part of Greater London, the white horse of Kent from the coat of arms of the Kent County Council, for the county in which the London Borough was situated. Arms: Vert a pierced Cinqefoil Argent within an orle of Acorns Or. Crest: On a Wreath of the Colours two Swords in saltire Gules ensigned by an Escallop Or. Supporters: On the dexter side a Dragon and on the sinister side a Horse both Argent. Motto:'SERVIRE POPULO' - To serve the people