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  • Celebrity steeplejack Fred Dibnah was supposed to end his days of felling factory chimneys with the demolition of the 175-ft Park Mill chimney in Royton yesterday.
  • More than 175,000 people petitioned for his release. Christianity Today
  • It is known that over 5,000 Sarmatians from this area came to Britain after the Marcomannic wars in AD 175; but it is unlikely that the people at Brougham were Sarmatians, as the latter inhumed their dead.
  • Upon the death of his father Frederick in 1751, George succeeded as prince of Wales and heir to the throne.
  • After attending two preparatory schools, he was admitted as a scholar to Winchester College in 1752.
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  • The fee for the standard structural survey is £175.
  • As to the conversation carried on between the clergyman and the earthbound spirit, the same authoress has described a similar one when recording the adventures of Lord and Lady Wynford in Glamis Castle (Ghosts I Have Seen, p. 175). The Land of Mist
  • Citing a "smarmy" letter that Washington wrote in 1757, bemoaning his lot to the commander in chief, Lord Loudoun, Mr. Clary highlights some especially outspoken, self-pitying and "whining" comments. War in the Wilderness
  • Commissioned a lieutenant colonel in 1754, he fought the first skirmishes of what grew into the French and Indian War.
  • “Rich classes inferable from positive data: length-bounded elementary formal systems”, Information and Computation, 108: 175-186. Innateness and Language
  • Maskelyne entered Cambridge in 1749 where he studied mathematics and graduated seventh wrangler in mathematics in 1754.
  • Boucher's next portrait of the marquise was painted in 1759, well after she had ceased to share the King's bed.
  • The Church of Ireland congregation too had good reason to celebrate during 2004 with the Rededication of the Colliery Church after 175 years since it was first consecrated.
  • As he wrote the commissary in 1752, he had no ambition to Presbyterianize the colony.
  • This "Zollverein" would then include about 175,000,000 individuals. New York Times Current History: The European War, Vol 2, No. 1, April, 1915 April-September, 1915
  • The celebrated enameller William Beilby served an apprenticeship in copper enamelling in Birmingham from 1755.
  • The couple lived as man and wife; though her husband finally got a divorce from her in 1759, its terms forbade her remarriage. City Journal
  • Grann notes that in 1753 a Portuguese bandeirante - a soldier of fortune - emerged from the Amazon jungle and described how, "after a long and troublesome peregrination, incited by the insatiable greed of gold", he had seen the ruins of an ancient city from a mountain top. Signs of the Times
  • Some figures of gas consumption from India: Boiling 1 l of water: 40 l; boiling 5 l of water 165 l; cooking 500 grice: 140 l; cooking 1000 g rice: 175 l; cooking 350 9 pulses: 270 14. Appendix
  • A deposit of €220 is required for bookings and there is an option to upgrade to a superior twin or double room for the extra charge of €175.
  • Cantico espiritual; IDEM, Llama de amor viva; SCARAMELLI, Direttorio mistico (Venice, 1754); RIBET, La mystique divine (Paris, 1895); The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
  • There are no school libraries in the 175 elementary and junior high schools.
  • In 1751 he went to the University of Utrecht to lecture on mathematics and astronomy.
  • For him, elites abandoned the customary culture, and it became largely plebeian after 1750.
  • Sample outputs: qdisc netem 8001: root limit 1000 delay 200. 0ms Sent 175545 bytes 540 pkt (dropped 0, overlimits 0 requeues 0) rate 0bit 0pps backlog 0b 0p requeues 0 nixCraft Linux Sys Admin Blog
  • ‘In fact, there are so many refutable claims and irresponsible accusations contained in this 175-page report that it would take another 175 pages to correct the errors,’ Mr. Boyle said.
  • Indeed the first Greek responses to the radical feminism, which emerged in the early phases of the French Revolution, came from men, and most notably from the radical exponent of the Greek Enlightenment, Rhigas Velestinlis (or Pherraios) (1757 – 98). Arms and the Woman: Just Warriors and Greek Feminist Identity
  • Mementos: Painted and Photographic Miniatures, 1750-1920" traces the popularity of pocket-size portraits created by greats such as John Singleton Copley and Charles Willson Peale. Don't Miss: July 9-15
  • Then in 1758 the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting passed a surprising resolution to exclude slave buyers and sellers.
  • He trains down to make the 175 limit for his ‘defenses‘but comes into the ring in the 180s.
  • This represents a saving to British business of about £175 million a year.
  • Dolci's exquisite tondo has been at Kedleston since its purchase in February 1758, but has not previously been on show to the public there.
  • Mix in 175 ml - 200 ml cold water - enough to make a softish dough.
  • So it was that on 15 April, 1755, the two huge folio volumes went on sale for four pounds and ten shillings a set.
  • In 1752, the Spaniards built a presidio, or garrison, in nearby Tubac and encouraged settlers to join the soldiers, making it the first European settlement in Arizona.
  • II. iii.27 (175,9) [I did impeticoat thy gratility] T.is, Sir T. Hammer tells us, is the same with _impocket thy gratuity_. Notes to Shakespeare — Volume 01: Comedies
  • The resulting mixed-use complex has 175,000 square feet of commercial space and 171 residential lofts.
  • Not included here, however, is the massacre of 175 civilians in the Yazidi community in Iraq. Paul Krassner: A**holes of the Week #6
  • I don't know for certain, but a 175 gr bullet at 3,000 fps is a tall order for a 7mm Remington Mag. What We Can Learn From Lefty
  • In 1758 Essex clothiers similarly added to both the length and width of the expected piece.
  • The music to the carol is by George Frederick Handel (1685-1759). The Origins of Five Christmas Carols | myFiveBest
  • On the foot of the pedestal was the painter's name, "BATTONI pinxit, Romæ, 1750. The Lost Stradivarius
  • FRESNO -- Township Road 175 in Fresno will be closed throughout Monday for sewer work. coshoctontribune.com - Local News
  • As he wrote the commissary in 1752, he had no ambition to Presbyterianize the colony.
  • To make this cake, you'll need 2 eggs, 175 g sugar and 175 g flour.
  • Though these buns are high in nutritional value, they aren't precisely "healthy" because of the rich, full-fat yogurt (mine had 15g of fat per 175g!) and creamy butter. Tangy, Tasty Buns for BBD #20
  • Let me see, padding and cloth, it comes to 175 dollars altogether.
  • Her kidnapper successfully extorted a £175,000 ransom for her release.
  • During the half-century after J. S. Bach's death in 1750, musical standards in Lutheranism declined rapidly in the face of triumphant Enlightenment rationalism and pietism.
  • In 1752 a Frenchman was prescribed 2 drams of cantharides for a fever and in the next two months bedded his wife at least 87 times.
  • The park has its origins in the early 1870s when a 175-hectare tract of land on the scarp overlooking the fledgling colonial settlement of Perth was designated as future public garden and parkland.
  • Page 175 -- battaille amended to bataille -- "... the centre _corps de bataille_ ... The Story of the Barbary Corsairs
  • The origin of benet jeogori dates back to King Jeongjo (1752-1800). undefined
  • The figure of the earth and isostasy from measurements in the U.S. Dept. of Commerce and Labor, 1909, p. 175. 2. The Scientific Monthly, October-December 1915
  • Staff numbers have been pruned back to 175.
  • Carpenters gained a real-wage improvement of 10 percent and bricklayers one of 14 percent between 1750-4 and 1788-92.
  • The 115 residential units vary in size and in price level, ranging from about $750 to $1750 a month.
  • Streamlined two-pieces Heidi Klein "Capri" tankini in plum, with gold detailing, £175 Becoming a Bathing Beauty
  • In 1751 he went to the University of Utrecht to lecture on mathematics and astronomy.
  • By 1753 you could find Indians employed as servants and ayahs, nurses for children, in the households of a significant number of the British elite.
  • Assured that the Virginia frontier was safe from French attack, Washington left the army in 1758 and returned to Mount Vernon, directing his attention toward restoring his neglected estate.
  • The house itself was built around 1750AD and the Friars of the Corpus Friary lived there after the Friary itself became inhabitable.
  • In 1755 he joined the Royal Navy, and within two years passed his master's examination to qualify for the navigation and handling of a royal ship.
  • And a 1755 edition has an account of early vaccinations, with Hans Sloane writing that is "performed by making a very slight incision in the skin of the arm" and putting into it "a dossil dipped in the ripe matter of a favourable kind of small-pox" to protect against later severe natural infection. Moneycontrol Top Headlines
  • Hébert (1757-94) supported the dechristianization movement, the atheism of which Robespierre vehemently opposed. Annotations
  • He made his official debut at the Paris Opera in 1759 during the reign of Louis XIV.
  • The largest earthquake in the northeast was probably the Cape Ann earthquake in 1755 off the coast of Massachusetts, which might have been a magnitude 5.9 quake.
  • The encyclopedia tells us that nickel obtained its name because the copper and silver miners in Saxony found that ore containing this substance gave them a great deal of trouble and when smelted produced a brittle, unfamiliar product which they called kupfernickel after old Nick and his mischievous gnomes and when a man named Cronsted isolated nickel itself in 1751, he applied the name of kupfernickel or copper nickel -- since abbreviated to nickel, the word which we use today. Some Responsibilities Of International Business
  • Her kidnapper extorted a £175,000 ransom for her release.
  • The Act was passed by a majority of 175 votes to 143.
  • Shijazhuang is about 175 miles southwest of Beijing.
  • The celebrated enameller William Beilby served an apprenticeship in copper enamelling in Birmingham from 1755.
  • El Alamo, Uruguay 1175, Recoleta, edges HRC out in two areas - a bottle of really good Brazilian hot sauce on the side for those who want to add more heat, and, more importantly, a rockingly good blue cheese dressing, filled with chunks of cheese. SaltShaker
  • Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757) was a great composers, harpsichord performer and educator in the Baroque Era. The Three Masters in Baroque Era were Bach, Handel and Domenico Scarlatti.
  • Few of the town's fine buildings pre-date the earthquake of 1755.
  • His successors built it up, and then a brilliant ruler name Hammurabi took power as the sixth king of Babylon from 1792 to 1750 B.C. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • In 1758, Cuthbert Gordon received a British patent for a substance he called cudbear, the result of a new processing method he developed for the traditional dyestuff orchil. The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • Within hours the kid napper demanded a ransom of £175,000 from estate agents Shipways.
  • Yet after 1750 this group came to acquire a special connection with the provinces through its links with the country banks.
  • Only Grades 7 to 4 are eligible for performance-related earnings and a London Weighting Allowance of £1750 is payable on top.
  • Cette préparation consiste, ou à broyer la couleur avec la cire sur la pierre chaude, & de faire fondre ces cires colorées dans le vernis propre à la couleur que l'on prépare, ou à fondre la cire dans les vernis, & y ajouter la couleur. comte de Caylus, Mémoire sur la peinture à l'encaustique (Geneve, 1755), 113 – 114. The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • But, in truth, Fleury was simply anticipating the policy of the renversement des alliances (breaking up of the alliances), which began in 1756, and which by uniting The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI
  • An added bad intention (such as vainglory) makes an act evil that, in and of itself, can be good (such as almsgiving) (Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1752-1753) Justification by Faith, or Faith and Works
  • Stimulated by the literal earthquakes of the 1750s and the British war against Catholic France 1754–63, millennialism went political. The Chosen Peoples
  • France controlled most of that territory until 1759 when British forces attacked Quebec City.
  • Few of the town's fine buildings pre-date the earthquake of 1755.
  • And in 1752 he described one hundred and ninety experiments for determining what parts of the body possess "irritability" -- that is, the property of contracting when stimulated. A History of Science: in Five Volumes. Volume IV: Modern Development of the Chemical and Biological Sciences
  • The 25th anniversary marathon attracted a record 11,276 runners, including 1,175 marathoners who completed the full 26.2 miles.
  • The chateau was inherited by Marigny from his father in 1754 and in the same year its seigneurie was elevated into a marquisate, giving Marigny the title by which he is generally known.
  • At Sevres, where the manufactory moved in 1756, some apprentices were accepted at the ages of nine or ten if they showed artistic ability, but they did not receive a wage until they were sixteen.
  • Under effective British rule since 1757, the nawab dynasties of Bengal, Orissa, and Bihar were united into the single province and ruled from Calcutta.
  • They had routinely heated paraffin oil with a flashpoint of 175 degrees centigrade in its baking tins to stop pies sticking.
  • First come the works of art produced by the academicians since the Academy was founded in 1752.
  • From 1754 he took up farming but maintained his scientific interests, being on close terms with Joseph Black.
  • It covers over 500 products and 175 materials, and includes domestic furniture, lighting, electrical appliances, clothing, textiles, transport, buildings and building materials, and a good deal of miscellanea.
  • Analysts remain bullish, with Standard Chartered raising its average gold price forecast for 2011 to $1,400 an ounce, from the previous $1,175. Gold Prices Edge Higher
  • Solar changes were the main cause from 1750 to 1850, but the greenhouse effect has been dominant in recent decades.
  • Serves 67 medium apples: 4 Cox, 3 Granny Smith200g white sugar50g butter175g ready-made shortcrust pastry OR225g plain flour2 tbsp caster sugar120g cold butter1 medium egg, beaten1. How to cook perfect tarte tatin
  • Voltaire alludes to Admiral John Byng, who was court-martialled and executed in 1757 for failing to “do his utmost” to prevent Minorca falling to the French following the Battle of Minorca. The Volokh Conspiracy » “Pour encourager les autres”
  • He discovered the libration of the Moon and this gained him fame which led to his appointment as professor of economics and mathematics at Göttingen in 1751.
  • For his financial and other services, Joshua Van Neck was created a baronet 14 December 1751.
  • In 1756 the question of Pompadour's use of rouge was a pressing one because it was directly related to the marquise's standing in the court, as was the ceremonial performance of her toilette.
  • In and out of their harbour at Port Glasgow, between 1741 and 1752, their import - export business rose from 7 to 21 million pounds, making Glasgow the European entrepôt.
  • Edmund Burke, in his treatise A Philosophical Enquiry Into the Origin of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful (1756), described the sublime as an evocation of anxiety in the face of nature, an exhilarating but fraught recognition of its illimitable power over humankind. Ballardian » Edward Burtynsky: Oil – A Ballardian Interpretation
  • There had been twelve of the chairs originally, made in 1750 for an ancestor of ours in Jamestown.
  • XI, 1756 sqq.) as "the height of blasphemous folly" (polle blasphemos anoia), and was positively rejected by Gregory of Nazianzus and John of Damascus. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock
  • Serious adverse effects result when the amount ingested exceeds 50-175 mg/kg of body weight. 1 Potentially lethal intoxications occur with ingestions exceeding 500 mg/kg. 2 The infrequency of pure salicylate overdoses allows its complex nature to be underestimated. Aspirin: effects, poisoning
  • The implied yield on 3-month December Eurodollars rose one basis point to 4.175%.
  • By late afternoon, the National Hurricane Centre said the tropical depression had been estimated to be 175 miles west of St Lucia and was moving west-north-west.
  • The wife making not the least answer, the flames of anger seized the mind of the man, and he began to descend from the tree; when the bramin with activity and speed having hurried over the fourth section of the Tirrea Bede, [FN#175] went his way. Arabian nights. English
  • The largest landowner in town, will have to come up with $8,000 to pay back taxes on his 175 dunams, a sum he doesn't have.
  • Five years older than Voltaire, he died in 1755, leaving a much less voluminous body of writings.
  • But the genius of Clive reversed the situation with dramatic swiftness; the French authorities at home, alarmed at these dangerous adventures, repudiated and recalled Dupleix (1754), and the British power was left to apply the methods which he had invented. The Expansion of Europe
  • The biggest drain on Pensions is politicians the work a few years vote themselves huge wages onehundered and seventy five thousand a year for they can retire after one term full medical full dental and 100% pension The salary agian is $175,000 a year and the can raise ther pay tomorow if they they have taken no pay cuts no benni cuts and only need serve 4 years not at least 20 like the comon govt. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • To date, some 175 classrooms have been kitted out with the equipment.
  • Leopold makes it abundantly clear, in his most often quoted remark, that round about 1750 - before his genius son was born, and only 20-30 years after the St Matthew Passion was written - not only were violinists using what we now call vibrato, but they routinely used far too much of it a criticism sometimes foisted upon Itzhak Perlman today. New music; concert halls; and The Emperor's New Clothes
  • Sotheby's A 1756 highboy by John Townsend, set for auction by Sotheby's. A Colonial Chest Full of Surprises
  • Externally, the most noticeable difference between the 172 and the 175 is the slight hump on the engine cowl behind the propeller.
  • When the very original cricket balls were manufactured in the Garden of England around 1750, the underarm deliveries could not be made to swing significantly at such a low trajectory and pace.
  • The soap opera is ending after 175 episodes.
  • When a child of a respectable family disappeared without a trace in 1750, riots, spurred by rumors that the children's blood was being drained to cure leprous princes, broke out in several of the city's districts.
  • Jonathan Edwards, 1703-1758, achieved greatness as an American preacher-evangelist, principal of a college and revivalist.
  • Hammurabi Babylonian king 1792–1750 B.C., great warrior and codifier of law, conquered Mari. The Trojan War
  • When he died at sixty-five in 1750 he was credited with well over 200 hours of music.
  • The 175-meter-long Wisdom, which was being tugged to the Alang scrapyard in Gujarat from Colombo, broke away in rough weather and ran aground Sunday. Asia in Pictures
  • The footprints are from 175 million years ago - about ten million years more recently than Ike's fossil, by which time the Jurassic seas over Yorkshire had given way to a low-lying flood plain.
  • The speed limiter has been deactivated, and the mighty SL will now reach 175 mph and dash to 60 mph in approximately six seconds, but it's the true power in the midrange that stands out.
  • Office take-up levels next year are likely to be similar to the 175,000 square metres achieved this year but vacancy rates will remain in double digits.
  • Likewise, a Handycam camcorder user can transfer approximately 175 minutes of HD video or a 30GB file (taken in 1920x1080 on HDRCX110) in 17 minutes, via the compatible high-speed adaptor, which is one-quarter of the time it takes to download from a MobileTechReview
  • Giant tortoises in captivity can live to 175 years old. Times, Sunday Times
  • I am afraid the myth was invented in 1754 by the English antiquary William Stukeley.
  • Soon after 1750, however, as occult sciences were ascribed to the Templars, their system was readily adaptable to all kinds of Rosicrucian purposes and to such practices as alchemy, magic, cabbala, spiritism, and necromancy. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
  • In 1754, further burials were discovered during the rebuilding of Kate's Cabin at the southern edge of the extra-mural area.
  • Mary Wollstonecraft(1759—1797), a passionate advocate of the equality of the sexes, has been called the first major feminist.
  • Denied effective legal counsel prior to his indictment, Stewart's trial at Inveraray in September 1752 was a travesty of justice.
  • In 1758 he published The Highlander, a heroic poem in six cantos.
  • Before 1750, this latter current played the chief role in diffusing materialist, atheistic and antiscriptural ideas. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Between those years the cost of a four bedroom detached in Brandlesholme soared from £46, 500 to £175,000.
  • The analyzer is capable of detecting micron sizes in a range from 0.5 to 1750 microns.
  • By 1750 writers had begun to question the religious strictures laid down by men such as Samuel Moody.
  • Intel® GS45 Express Chipset with integrated 3D graphics, featuring Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD (Intel® GMA 4500MHD) with up to 1759 MB of Intel® Dynamic Video Memory Technology 5.0 (64 MB of dedicated video memory, up to 1695 MB of shared system memory*), supporting Microsoft® DirectX® 10 www.hardwarezone.com.sg
  • Last year 175,000 new dwellings were put up. Times, Sunday Times
  • When he set out for Portugal in 1754, in the vain hope of recovering his health, Fielding was suffering so greatly from gout, dropsy, asthma, and other complications that he had to be carried aboard the Queen of Portugal.
  • We do not want to lose the goodwill built up over 175 years.
  • Given the wide range of people's propensities to save, the wealth gap between 175-year-olds, even those with equal incomes over their lives, will be very large. Would Ageless People be Libertarian?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • In 1755 Fagnano was appointed as archpriest, a very high rank to achieve.
  • Well, the father of the builder was the Rev. William Hanbury, a man of great means whose twin passions of music and arboriculture led to a two day fundraising festival here in 1759. The Langton Messiah
  • Beginning in 1753, thousands of Canadians were conscripted each year into the militia, draining labour away from agriculture.
  • My home town of Coventry has just appointed a chief executive on a whopping salary of 175,000. The Sun
  • Wedgwood did not invent creamware or Queensware, but the changes which he made in the body and glaze about 1759 created a revolution in the potters' trade and made earthenware popular for daily table use.
  • Hilton is expected to post half-yearly pre-tax profits of between £165m and £175m, compared with £110m last time.
  • Bell, Andrew, Dr (1753 – 1832): Anglican divine, born in St. Andrews, who introduced, first in Madras, the monitorial school system, in which more advanced pupils of good character taught less advanced ones. Index of People
  • In 1755 he served under Saunders in North America, in 1759 was at Quiberon Bay with Hawke, and in 1761, off Belle Île, retook the Warwick from the French in a fierce contest.
  • The top Chippendale lot will be an elaborate, parcel-gilt padouk cabinet on a stand reminiscent of Chinese pagodas from 1755-1760 (estimate: £2.5 million-£4 million). Sainsbury Sale Highlights
  • * [619] In an article on the successful preventive treatment of tetanus neonatorum, or the ` ` scourge of St. Kilda, '' of the new-born, Turner 15.198 says the first mention of trismus nascentium or tetanus neonatorum was made by Rev. Kenneth Macaulay in 1764, after a visit to the island of St. Kilda in 1758. Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine
  • Seventh Annual Oscar Night America: A benefit for the Washington chapter of the Starlight Children's Foundation, 3-9 p.m. at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel, 411 University St., Seattle, $175 425-861-7827, ext. 102 or www.starlight-washington.org . The Seattle Times
  • Sandrew and his colleagues next selected several hundred frames or ‘cuts’ to colorize out of the approximately 175,000 in the entire film.
  • In 1754 it had only 54 black, against 1116 white, taxables. 2 Slavery and Servitude in the Colony of North Carolina
  • My husband's maternal family can be traced back to the early archives at Fulneck, founded 1754.
  • The death of the doctor in 1759 deprived Newton of his London house; he sought a partner who could housekeep and act the elegant wife.
  • As his name does not appear among the Wilmington taxables in 1755 or among those with houses in Wilmington in 1756, it is likely that he did not marry much before 1760, which would put his birth date at least as far back as 1740. Journal of a Lady of Quality; Being the Narrative of a Journey from Scotland to the West Indies, North Carolina, and Portugal, in the Years 1774 to 1776
  • Ranging in price from $175 to $500, each handbag is crafted from either calf hide, lambskin, or crocodile.
  • Bored with this profession, or aware that it was a declining industry, Paine left home and shipped aboard a privateer in 1756.
  • His Marine Society, founded at the start of the Seven Years War in 1756, started boys on careers in the navy, and in 1758 he helped to establish the Magdalen hospital for penitent prostitutes.
  • Mag_. 1758, p. 555.] 'As to the alledged design of making the compilement pass for the work of old Mr. Cibber, the charges seem to have been founded on a somewhat uncharitable construction. Life of Johnson, Volume 3 1776-1780
  • At least 20 people died and 175 were injured yesterday when a fireworks storehouse caught fire, triggering multiple explosions and sending billowing fireballs over the Dutch town of Enschede.
  • In 1756 he transferred across the road to Pembroke College, having found his Peterhouse neighbours boisterous and noisy.
  • We have the chance to buy a similar company with annual rental income of 175,000. Times, Sunday Times
  • The core and the graphics memory have synchronous clocking equal to 175MHz.
  • The exhibition features 175 works of art.
  • The revenue record shows that the entire Malana village owns 175 hectares of land, but the cannabis is cultivated in more than 15,000 bighas that produce 2.5 kg charas per bigha every year, reveal the officials.
  • the central character in the Roman de Renart, a series of popular satirical fables, related to the bestiaries and the tradition from Aesop's Fables, written in France at various times c. 1175-1250.
  • When his greatest rival William Pitt formed a coalition with Newcastle in 1757, Fox was ‘bought off’ with the lucrative but uninfluential office of paymaster-general.
  • [1] The figure of the earth and isostasy from measurements in the U.S. Dept. of Commerce and Labor, 1909, p. 175. Popular Science Monthly Oct, Nov, Dec, 1915 — Volume 86
  • These qualities paid off in April 2000 when O'Brien sold his stake in Esat Telecom to BT, netting himself £175 million.
  • After 1750, the modulation in her relationship with the king brought about a marked intensification of interest in the fabrication of her image.
  • More than 175 participants will be putting up stalls, showcasing products ranging from electric tandoors to Ford automobiles.
  • The first mechanized bidet did not come on the scene until 1750 and was called a bidet à seringue. Flushed
  • This elegant, Edwardian "festooned" piece, which is part of a necklace-and-earring set, includes 175 EDF flawless white diamonds for a total of around 50 carats. Million-Dollar Rocks 2006 © Harry...
  • 175 workers were left unemployed or seeking relocation elsewhere in the company's system.
  • In 1751, Axel Fredrik Cronstedt of Sweden attempted to extract copper from the mineral niccolite and to his surprise got a silvery-white metal, instead of the copper. Nickel
  • The British Iron Act of 1750 prohibited steel manufacture in the colonies.
  • The estimates of wastelands range from 76 million hectares to 175 million hectares.
  • Designed by Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827), engraved by P. Simon, aquatinted by Francis Jukes (1747-1812). Museum Blogs
  • Unfortunately, the 7th Armoured proved incapable of wresting Point 175 from the numerically inferior Ariete, and the South Africans debouched on to the Trigh Capuzzo seven miles further west, only to fall back after a single skirmish. Sealing Their Fate
  • The top Chippendale lot will be an elaborate, parcel-gilt padouk cabinet on a stand reminiscent of Chinese pagodas from 1755-1760 (estimate: £2.5 million-£4 million). Sainsbury Sale Highlights
  • From 175 out of 450 county cricketers in 1949 the number of amateurs fell to 72 out of 370 in 1961.
  • the 600nitro throws a 900gr bullet at 1900fps. it doesnt use black, thus the "nitro" designation. the 4bore throws a 1750-1950 grain ball or bullet at 1350-1450fps with 400-600gr of Fg black powder Want to See a Real Man's Gun?
  • The fluid inclusions had moderate homogenization temperatures between 60 and 175 degrees Celsius.
  • The storm is centered about 175 miles north-northwest of San Juan, Puerto Rico, and is moving west near 2 mph. Tropical Storm Maria moving away from Caribbean
  • Sandrew and his colleagues next selected several hundred frames or ‘cuts’ to colorize out of the approximately 175,000 in the entire film.
  • In 1755, some seventy years after the last dodo's death, the director of the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford decided that the institution's stuffed dodo was becoming unpleasantly musty and ordered it be tossed into a bonfire." [p. 564] This was the last specimen left in existence. BOOK REVIEW FROM THE EDGE OF THE PLANET: ‎Bill Bryson's A SHORT HISTORY OF NEARLY ‎EVERYTHING ‎
  • England to George Anne Bellamy, the gifted actress, in 1755: "For never have I attended a more complete banquet or met better dressed or better mannered people than I met on my arrival in George Town, which is named after our gracious Majesty. A Portrait of Old George Town
  • Gilboa, and a Parisian convulsionary, who scribbles ecclesiastical notices in his garret, in 1758, is wonderfully striking. A Philosophical Dictionary
  • It's going into the bidding wars with a high-end presale estimate of $175,000. Globe and Mail
  • The two statues in Bamiyan, 175 and 120 feet tall, are hewn from the side of a mountain.
  • Addington, Henry, 1st Viscount Sidmouth (1757 – 1844): Prime Minister 1801 – 1804. Index of People
  • In 1757 by the Enclosure Act for Wymeswold the vicar was awarded much more land in lieu of the vicarial tithes which were commuted into land.
  • In 1754 an immigrant sawyer, who had begun a business in New York City, advertised that he had ‘a good house for keeping timber out of the weather.’
  • The agency also planned to geld about 175 stallions in Wyoming last summer, but backed off under fire from animal-rights activists. Mustang Plan Riles the West

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