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importance the congress was more unanimous. Thus, on the urgent appeal of the king of Denmark, Charles XIV of Sweden received a peremptory summons to carry out the terms of the Treaty of Kiel; the petition of the Prince-elector of Hesse to be recognized as king was unanimously rejected; and measures were taken to redress the grievances of the German mediatized princes (mediatized houses). The more important outstanding questions in Germany, e.g. the Baden (Baden Germany) succession (Order of succession), were after consideration reserved for a further conference to be called at Frankfurt Main. In 1981 she made her first trip to West Germany, where she, together with Mr. Reddy and her close companion Adilakshmi, settled down a year later. She married a German in 1982. Mr. Reddy died in 1985 and was buried in the local cemetery in Dornburg-Thalheim, Hesse. Adilakshmi, 'The Mother', page 7 For some years now, she has been giving Darshan (literally ''seeing'', primarily in a spiritual context) at Schloss Schaumburg in Balduinstein, a small town in Germany. Previously, in the early 1990s, she gave Darshan in a house in the town of Thalheim, some 5 km northwest of Hadamar in Germany. She also visits the United States on a regular basis (see links below). In 1771, he was appointed a Privy Counsellor (Privy Council of Great Britain) and briefly served as Lord Privy Seal before becoming Secretary of State for the Northern Department under Lord North (Frederick North, 2nd Earl of Guilford) from 1771 to 1779. In this capacity he secured the use of Hessian (Hesse) and Hanoverian mercenaries to help suppress the American Revolution. In the same capacity he helped to secure the survival of Sweden as an independent nation by counteracting Russia (Imperial Russia)'s plan to undo the Revolution (Gustav III of Sweden#Revolution) of Gustavus III (Gustav III of Sweden) in 1772. He was made a Knight of the Garter in 1778. thumb 200px City Hall (File:Fritzlar-Rathaus.jpg) '''Fritzlar''' is a small German (Germany) town (pop. 15,000) in the Schwalm-Eder (Schwalm-Eder-Kreis) district in northern Hesse, Wikipedia:Hesse Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Hesse Commons:Hessen


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of Denmark, Charles XIV of Sweden received a peremptory summons to carry out the terms of the Treaty of Kiel; the petition of the Prince-elector of Hesse to be recognized as king was unanimously rejected; and measures were taken to redress the grievances of the German mediatized princes (mediatized houses). The more important outstanding questions in Germany, e.g. the Baden (Baden Germany) succession (Order of succession), were after consideration reserved for a further conference to be called at Frankfurt Main. Contracting members include: Albania; Algeria; Andorra; Angola; Antigua and Barbuda; Argentina; Armenia; Australia; Austria; Azerbaijan; Bahamas; Bahrain; Bangladesh; Barbados; Belarus; Belgium; Belize; Benin; Bhutan; Bolivia; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Botswana; Brazil; Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria; Burkina Faso; Burundi; Cambodia; Cameroon; Canada; Central African Republic; Chad; Chile; China (People's Republic of China); Colombia; Comoros; Congo (Republic of the Congo); Costa Rica; Croatia; Cuba; Cyprus; Czech Republic; Côte d'Ivoire; Democratic People's Republic of Korea; Democratic Republic of the Congo; Denmark; Djibouti; Dominica; Dominican Republic; Ecuador; Egypt; El Salvador; Equatorial Guinea; Estonia; Finland; France; Gabon; Gambia; Georgia (Georgia (country)); Germany; Ghana; Greece; Grenada; Guatemala; Guinea; Guinea-Bissau; Guyana; Haiti; Holy See; Honduras; Hungary; Iceland; India; Indonesia; Iran (Islamic Republic of); Iraq; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Jamaica; Japan; Jordan; Kazakhstan; Kenya; Kyrgyzstan; Laos; Latvia; Lebanon; Lesotho; Liberia; Libya; Liechtenstein; Lithuania; Luxembourg; Macedonia (Macedonia (country)); Signed as "the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (Macedonia naming dispute)" Madagascar; Malawi; Malaysia; Mali; Malta; Mauritania; Mauritius; Mexico; Moldova; Monaco; Mongolia; Morocco; Mozambique; Namibia; Nepal; Netherlands; New Zealand; Nicaragua; Niger; Nigeria; Norway; Oman; Pakistan; Panama; Papua New Guinea; Paraguay; Peru; Philippines; Poland; Portugal; Qatar; Republic of Korea; Romania; Russian Federation; Rwanda; Saint Kitts and Nevis; Saint Lucia; Saint Vincent and the Grenadines; San Marino; Sao Tome and Principe; Saudi Arabia; Senegal; Serbia; Seychelles; Sierra Leone; Singapore; Slovakia; Slovenia; South Africa; Spain; Sri Lanka; Sudan; Suriname; Swaziland; Sweden; Switzerland; Syrian Arab Republic; Tajikistan; Thailand; Togo; Tonga; Trinidad and Tobago; Tunisia; Turkey; Turkmenistan; Uganda; Ukraine; United Arab Emirates; United Kingdom; United Republic of Tanzania; United States of America; Uruguay; Uzbekistan; Venezuela; Vietnam; Yemen; Zambia; and Zimbabwe. thumb Coat of arms of Hamburg Hamburg greater coat of arms (File:Grosses Staatswappen Hamburg.png) used by the Hamburg Senate. The following is a chronological '''list of mayors of Hamburg''', a city-state in Germany. The mayors are the head of the city-state, part of the government of Hamburg. Since 1861 according to the constitution of 28 September 1860 (Constitution of Hamburg) the state has been governed by the ten-member Senate (Senate of Hamburg), which had been called ''council'' (in the German language of that time: ''Rath'') before that time. It is headed by the ''First Mayor of Hamburg'' (German title: ''Erster Bürgermeister der Freien und Hansestadt Hamburg'') as the ''President of the Senate''. His deputy is the ''Second Mayor''. *France: ''Pacte civil de solidarité'' (civil solidarity pact) *Germany: ''Lebenspartnerschaft (Civil unions in Germany)'' (life partnership) *Iceland: ''staðfesta samvist (Civil unions in Iceland)'' (confirmed cohabitation) stylistic_origins Industrial rock, industrial dance, thrash metal, noise (Noise music), noise rock, hardcore punk, electro-industrial cultural_origins Late 1980s, United Kingdom, Germany, United States instruments Electric guitar, bass guitar, synthesizer, found objects, drum machine, drum (drum kit)s, sequencer (music sequencer), keyboard (keyboard instrument), sampler (sampler (musical instrument)) German (Germany) industrial band Die Krupps began to utilize guitars and more sounds derived from heavy metal music in the early 1990s. It was a pioneering move that led to a number of other bands using the electronic metal combo as a template in keeping with a deeper industrial sound. The band continued in this vein through the 1990s, culminating in the heavily metal-influenced album ''Paradise Now'' in 1997. Fellow German (Germany) band KMFDM was another seminal industrial metal group. Although not a metal fan, KMFDM leader Sascha Konietzko's "infatuation with ripping off metal licks (Lick (music))" stemmed from his experiments with of E-mu (E-MU Systems)'s Emax (E-mu Emax) sampler (Sampler (musical instrument)) in late 1986. He told ''Guitar World'' that, Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


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