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Nyköping

served as regent for her younger son, Charles Philip, Duke of Södermanland, in the Duchy of Södermanland from 1611 to 1622. She also managed the iron mine (Mining)s of her spouse and took an active interest in business. During her son's first years as king in the 1610s, she was considered by some the real, or one of the real, rulers behind the throne during his minority, even though she was not formally regent. She certainly acted as advisor for her son: for example, he asked for her


Suakin

and they escape. In 1879 he married Elizabeth Hawkins-Whitshed, who had inherited her father's lands at Greystones, Ireland. The previously-named Hawkins-Whitshed estate at Greystones is known as The Burnaby to this day. At this point began his active interest in politics, and in 1880 he unsuccessfully contested a seat at Birmingham in the Tory-Democrat interest. In 1882 he crossed the English Channel in a hot air balloon. Having been disappointed in his hope of seeing active


Taunton Deane

. The Blackdown Hills AONB is managed by a partnership of public bodies, local organisations and voluntary groups with an active interest in the hills. Funding is provided by Devon and Somerset County Councils, East Devon, Mid Devon, South Somerset and Taunton Deane Councils and Natural England. '''Milverton''' is a village and civil parish in Somerset, England, situated in the valley of the River Tone The feasibility study found that both through financial deliberations and the great assistance offered by Taunton Deane Borough Council (Taunton Deane), that Chairman Giles Clarke announced in April 2006 that the long term future lies at the County Ground. The project costs total approximately £60 million and will deliver a cricket capacity of up to 15,000. It commenced on January 17, 2008 ''Somerset begin County Ground work'' BBC News retrieved January 17, 2008 In order for the club to remain financially viable, the development is to be conducted in phases in order to allow cricket and other club business to proceed with minimal interruption. Also, in order to fit an international standard pitch on site, it is necessary to increase the boundaries: Early Education Chorley grew up in south-west England in an area known as the West Country, with roots in Exmoor and the Vale of Taunton Deane. He was a product of a local primary school and Minehead Grammar School. Later on, Chorley began studying Geomorphology as an undergraduate at the School of Geography at Oxford, where he went up to Exeter College (Exeter College, Oxford) after service with the Royal Engineers. Here he was greatly influenced by R.P. Beckinsale, who advised Chorley to go on to graduate study in the United States. He made a transatlantic move in 1951 as a Fulbright Scholar to Columbia University where he was a graduate student in the Geology Department and explored the quantitative approach to land form evolution. *South Somerset *Taunton Deane and West Somerset


Province of Posen

the greatly reduced postwar German army (''Reichswehr''), in which by 1927 he had become a colonel. Life Kalischer was born in Lissa (Leszno) (Leszno) in the Prussian Province of Posen. Destined for the rabbinate, he received his Talmudic education from Jacob of Lissa and Rabbi Akiva Eiger of Posen. After his marriage he left Lissa and settled in Toruń, where he spent the rest of his life. Here he took an active interest in the affairs of the Jewish community, and for more than forty years held the office of ''Rabbinatsverweser'' ("acting rabbi"). Disinterestedness was a prominent feature of his character; he refused to accept any remuneration for his services. His wife, by means of a small business, provided their meager subsistence. He has been described as "the real founder of modern Zionism" 1 . birth_date in extent, ceded by the Kingdom of Saxony, with the addition of some districts already belonging to Prussia, the most important of which are the Altmark, from which the State of Prussia sprang; the former immediate principalities of the Archbishop of Magdeburg and of the Bishop of Halberstadt, which Prussia had received by the Peace of Westphalia (1648) at the close of the Thirty Years' War; and the Eichsfeld, with the city of Erfurt and its surroundings. Up to 1802 the Eichsfeld and Erfurt had belonged to the principality of the Archbishop of Mainz; a large of the population had, therefore, retained the Catholic Faith during the Reformation. As regards ecclesiastical affairs the Province of Saxony had been assigned to the Diocese of Paderborn by the papal bull ''De salute animarum'' of 16 July 1821. The province contained three ecclesiastical administrative divisions: the episcopal commissariat of Magdeburg that embraced the entire governmental department of Magdeburg and consisted of four deaneries and 25 parishes; the "ecclesiastical Court" of Erfurt, which included the governmental Department of Merseburg and the eastern half of the governmental Department of Erfurt; and consisted of 2 deaneries (Halle and Erfurt) and 28 parishes; the episcopal commissariat of Heiligenstadt, which embraceed the western half of the governmental department of Erfurt, that is called the Upper Eichsfeld, and consisted of 16 deaneries and 129 parishes. :::As to voivod(e)ship, I believe it's harmless and has the merit of being used almost universally as the English equivalent of Polish ''województwo''. Contrary to ''province'', which in Poland is used to refer to quite a different type of administrative unit (Province of Posen, for instance), it is 100% unambigous. The case of powiat is a tad more complex as there is no universally accepted version and, as our chat at WikiProject Geography of Poland has shown, we could as well use the terms of ''district'', ''county'', ''prefecture'' and perhaps even more. I believe the historical arguments for using ''powiat'' instead of ''county'' (''hrabstwo'' in Polish) are quite serious and we could go either way here. However, lately we (me and Balcer) finally settled the problem of double naming by moving all of the ''county'' articles to ''powiat of XXX'' scheme and fixing the List of Polish powiats page. The solution is far from perfect, but it's at least consistent. Halibu (User:Halibutt)tt (User talk:Halibutt) 15:07, 24 November 2005 (UTC) Huth was born in Krotoszyn (Krotoschin) in the Province of Posen, Prussia (Kingdom of Prussia). In 1885 he entered the University of Berlin, and he graduated at the University of Leipzig (Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy)) in 1889. In 1891 he established himself at Berlin University as lecturer in Central Asiatic languages and in Buddhism. In 1897 he undertook a journey to Siberia for the purpose of studying Tungusic (Tungusic languages), receiving a subvention from the Imperial Academy of Sciences of St. Petersburg (Russian Academy of Sciences). He went to eastern Turkestan with the Turpan expedition of the Königliches Museum für Völkerkunde of Berlin, in 1902, and spent the following year in western Turkestan studying Turkish (Turkish language) dialects and folklore. Witold Dzierżykraj-Morawski was born in 1895 in his family's manor in Oporów near Krummensee (Krzemieniewo), Province of Posen, German Empire. At the age of 15 he inherited the manor and the surrounding village . As a German (Germany) citizen, after the outbreak of the Great War (World War I) he was drafted into the Imperial German army. Promoted to officer's grade, in December 1918 he joined the newly-reborn Polish Army. A field commander during the Greater Poland Uprising (Greater Poland Uprising (1918–1919)), during the Polish-Bolshevik War he became the chief of staff of the Polish 7th Cavalry Brigade.


Western Xia

of the brothers, and was criticized by Genghis himself for being lazy and shiftless, Temüge proved himself to be a skilled politician and capable ruler, who, alongside his mother Hoelun, ruled the Mongol heartland in his eldest brothers' absence. He appears to have had intellectual leanings, first coming under the influence of the conquered Xia (Western Xia) and Jin (Jin Dynasty (1115-1234)) cultures and then taking an active interest in the other cultures encompassed in the vast Mongol empire.


South Somerset

responsibility for local issues. The Blackdown Hills AONB is managed by a partnership of public bodies, local organisations and voluntary groups with an active interest in the hills. Funding is provided by Devon and Somerset County Councils, East Devon, Mid Devon, South Somerset and Taunton Deane Councils and Natural England. alt Three arch stone bridge over water. thumb Tootal Bridge over the River Brue (Image:Tootal bridge.jpg) '''Barton St David''' is a village and civil parish on the River Brue adjacent to Keinton Mandeville in Somerset, England. It is situated from Yeovil in the South Somerset district on the River Yeo (River Yeo (South Somerset)). The village has a population of 649. The parish includes the hamlets of '''Mudford Sock''', '''West Mudford''' and '''Up Mudford'''. The village falls within the Non-metropolitan district of South Somerset, which was formed on April 1, 1974 under the Local Government Act 1972, having previously been part of Yeovil Rural District. A Vision of Britain Through Time : Yeovil Rural District The district council is responsible for local planning (planning permission) and building control (Building regulations in the United Kingdom), local roads, council housing, environmental health, markets and fairs, refuse collection and recycling, cemeteries and crematoria, leisure services, parks, and tourism. The village falls within the Non-metropolitan district of South Somerset, which was formed on April 1, 1974 under the Local Government Act 1972, having previously been part of Yeovil Rural District. A Vision of Britain Through Time : Yeovil Rural District The district council is responsible for local planning (planning permission) and building control (Building regulations in the United Kingdom), local roads, council housing, environmental health, markets and fairs, refuse collection and recycling, cemeteries and crematoria, leisure services, parks, and tourism.


Bournemouth

was by no means narrow. He did much to reintroduce the ministry of women as deaconesses. The building of the King's School for boys (The King's School, Chester), and the Queen's School for girls (Queen's School, Chester) (both in Chester (Chester, England)), was due in a great measure to the active interest which he took in educational matters. He died at Bournemouth on the December 15, 1885, and was buried in the cloister garth of Chester. He had married the daughter of John


East Pakistan

from the Arabian Sea to the Bay of Bengal. He also took active interest in Bengali folk literature. Apart from research, he wrote for children. He also translated and edited a number of books. Noteworthy among his books are ''Sindabad Saodagarer Galpa'' (''The stories of the merchant Sindbad'', 1922), ''Bhasa O Sahitya'' (''Language and literature'', essays, 1931), ''Bangala Byakaran'' (''Bengali grammar'', 1936), ''Diwan-i-Hafiz'' (''Poems of Hafiz'', translation, 1938), ''Shikwah O


Austrian Empire

of Representatives House of Representatives . Webster himself wanted Kossuth's help in the upcoming presidential election, and spoke of "seeing the American Republican model develop in Hungary", although President Fillmore apologised to the Austrian chargé d'affaires for what he explained was an individual, unofficial opinion. However, as chief American diplomat, Webster did author the Hülsemann Letter, in which he defended what he believed to be America's right to take an active interest in the internal politics of Hungary, while still maintaining its neutrality. '''Franz Joseph I''' or '''Francis Joseph I''' (German:


Sofia

. The Olympic Committee initially dropped volleyball for the 1968 Olympics, meeting protests. align


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