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Taxco

. During the Reform Wars, it was taken by Porfirio Diaz in 1865. During the Mexican Revolution, it was taken by Jesus Moran and Margarito Giles in 1911, and occupied by Carranza’s (Venustiano Carranza) forces in 1916. Climate The climate ranges from hot and relatively moist in the flatlands to warm and relatively moist in the higher mountainous areas. Average temperatures for the year range between 18 and 20 C. Most of the municipality


Geraldton

Radio, Recreational Skippers Ticket and Restricted Coxswains. Primary and Secondary Schools and Colleges class "wikitable" - ! School !! Year Range !! Funding - Alendale Primary School K-7 Public - Beachlands Primary School K-7 Public - Bluff Point Primay School K-7 Public - Mt Tarcoola Primary School K-7 Public - Waggrakine Primary School K-7 Public - Geraldton Senior College 10–12 Public - John Willcock College


Jerusalem

then properly converted to Revised Julian dates and Jerusalem local apparent time (Solar time), taking local apparent midnight as the beginning of each calendar day. The year range of the chart was limited to dates before the year 4400 AD — by then ΔT is expected to accumulate to about six hours, with an uncertainty of less than 2+ 1 2 hours. Uncertainty in Delta T (ΔT). 1923 attempt An astronomical rule for Easter was proposed by the 1923 synod that also proposed the Revised Julian calendar: Easter was to be the Sunday after the midnight-to-midnight day at the meridian of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem (35°13'47.2"E or UT+2 h 20 m 55 s for the small dome) during which the first full moon after the vernal equinox occurs. M. Milankovitch, "Das Ende des julianischen Kalenders und der neue Kalender der orientalischen Kirchen", ''Astronomische Nachrichten'' '''220''' (1924) 379–384. Miriam Nancy Shields, "The new calendar of the Eastern churches", ''Popular Astronomy'' '''32''' (1924) 407–411 (page 411). This is a translation of M. Milankovitch, "The end of the Julian calendar and the new calendar of the Eastern churches", ''Astronomische Nachrichten'' No. 5279 (1924). Although the instant of the full moon must occur after the instant of the vernal equinox, it may occur on the same day. If the full moon occurs on a Sunday, Easter is the following Sunday. This proposed astronomical rule was rejected by all Orthodox churches and was never considered by any Western church. Crusade plans Richard had already taken the cross as Count of Poitou in 1187. His father and Philip II had done so at Gisors on 21 January 1188 after receiving news of the fall of Jerusalem to Saladin. Having become king, Richard, together with Philip, agreed to go on the Third Crusade, since each feared that during his absence, the other might usurp his territories. Commons:Category:Jerusalem Wikipedia:Jerusalem Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Jerusalem


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