Prié blanc is a white Italian winegrape variety that is grown almost exclusively in the Valle d'Aosta DOC of northwest Italy. The Valle d'Aosta varietal wine Blanc de Morgex et de La Salle is made from Prié blanc grapes.
Ampelographers do not yet know definitively the origins of Prié blanc but evidence shows that it is a very old variety that has been growing in the Valle d'Aosta region of northwest Italy since at least 1691 when it was documented as one of the grapes growing in the commune of Saint-Pierre near the city of Aosta. The origins of the name Prié is unknown but one of the grape's early synonyms Blanc du Valdigne comes from the Latin name for the upper reaches of the Aosta Valley that extends to Mont Blanc with some ampelographers speculating that grape maybe indigenous to the foothills of the mountain. Another synonym Agostena which maybe derived from the ancient Latin name for the city of Aosta, Augusta Praetoria, also hints to the grape's long history and potential origins in this region. However, the name could also be a derivative from the Italian word agosto referring to the month of August when this early ripening variety is sometimes ready to be harvested.
The Institutional Revolutionary Party (Spanish:Partido Revolucionario Institucional, PRI) is a Mexican political party that held power in the country for 71 years, first as the National Revolutionary Party, then as the Party of the Mexican Revolution.
Though it is a full member of the Socialist International., the PRI is not considered a social democratic party in the traditional sense; its modern policies have been characterized as centrist. Its membership in the Socialist International dates from the Mexican Revolution (1910) and the founding of the party by Plutarco Elías Calles (1929), when the party had a clearer social-democratic orientation. Along with its rival, the left-wing PRD (Party of the Democratic Revolution), they make Mexico one of the few nations with two major, competing parties part of the same international grouping. The PRI is the largest political party in Mexico according to membership.
The adherents of the PRI party are known in Mexico as priístas and the party is nicknamed el tricolor because of its use of the colors green, white and red.
The origin of the Tanjung name was originated from some local stories told by generations since the 1940s. The name came from the jungle explorers who used to search for some open areas for farming until their feet were hurt by stepping on Tataba thorns. They screamed and ask for help, in which in the local language (Banjar language), it is called Tahalulung.
The Kingdom of Tanjungpuri was built in Tanjung by the old Malay people in 520.
Tanjung is located on a relatively flat plain in the northern region of South Kalimantan. It borders Haruai, Murung Pudak and Tanta in the east, Bintang Ara district in the north, Kelua district in the south and Central Kalimantan province in the west.
Tanjung is one of the twelve districts (kecamatan) of Tabalong. The other eleven districts are Banua Lawas, Bintang Ara, Haruai, Jaro, Kelua, Muara Harus, Muara Uya, Murung Pudak, Pugaan, Tanta and Upau.