of property which, as ''émigrés'' they risked losing to total confiscation. Although the family made repairs to their home and Leonida would recall her grandfather's insistence that they continue to dine formally on silver plate to retain their sense of propriety, they were eventually deprived of all but two rooms of their old palace and subjected to harassment. ''The Telegraph.co.uk (The Daily Telegraph#Website)'', London. "Grand Duchess Leonida of Russia", 28 May 2010. Thanks to the intervention of Maxim Gorky, who had enjoyed the patronage of the Bagrations, in 1931 they once again fled the Soviet Union, going into exile in Spain. The family moved to France, where Leonida's grandmother and relations had already settled. Warlord In the summer of 1996, Raduyev returned to the republic and refused the orders of the Chechnya's acting president Zelimkhan Yandarbiyev to stop carrying out terrorist (terrorism) operations (he claimed ordering bombings of trolleybuses in Moscow Raduyev Resurfaces To Claim Bus Blasts, ''The Moscow Times'', July 19, 1996 and train stations in Armavir (Armavir, Russia) and Pyatigorsk), despite the ceasefire and talks that would lead up to the Khasav-Yurt Accord. He even accused Yandarbiyev of treason for agreeing to ceasfire and threatened to attack him. Chechen rebel back from dead to wage holy war, ''The Independent'', Jul 19, 1996 Raduyev, his face deformed by injury and now hidden behind bushy red beard and black sunglasses, was the only field commander to announce openly that the "war without rules" with Russia would continue even despite the signing of the peace agreement (Russian-Chechen Peace Treaty). Distribution Apart from the Allchar deposit in Macedonia, lorandite is also found at the Dzhizhikrut Sb–Hg deposit in Tajikistan and at the Beshtau uranium deposit, near Pyatigorsk, northern Caucasus Mountains, Russia. As an ore mineral, it is encountered at the Lanmuchang Hg–Tl deposit, Guizhou Province, China; at the Zarshuran gold deposit in northeastern Iran; and at the Lengenbach Quarry in Switzerland. In the US, it is present at the New Rambler Cu–Ni mine in Wyoming; at the Jerritt Canyon mines, Independence Mountains district and Carlin Gold mine in Nevada; and at the Mercury-gold deposit in Utah. Economy Zheleznovodsk, along with Pyatigorsk, Yessentuki, Kislovodsk, and Mineralnye Vody, is a part of the Caucasus Mineral Waters, a renowned Russian spa resort. The town economy revolves around sanatoria, where dozens of thousands of people from all over Russia and former Soviet republics come year-around to vacation and rest, as well as prevent and treat numerous stomach, kidney, and liver diseases. - 121 119 Pyatigorsk Пятигорск Stavropol Krai 140,559 142,397 was a Soviet Russian chess Grandmaster (International Grandmaster) in both over-the-board and correspondence chess, an International Arbiter, trainer, and chess author. Bondarevsky shared the 1940 Soviet title, and later coached (Coach (sport)) World Champion Boris Spassky.
of the original Criss-Crosswords game – bought the rights to manufacture the game in exchange for granting Butts a royalty on every unit sold. Though he left most of the game (including the distribution of letters) unchanged, Brunot slightly rearranged the "premium" squares of the board and simplified the rules; he also changed the name of the game to "Scrabble," a real word which means "to scratch frantically." In 1949, Brunot and his family made sets in a converted former schoolhouse in Dodgingtown (Dodgingtown, Connecticut), a section of Newtown. They made 2,400 sets that year, but lost money. Edley, Joe with Williams, John D Jr., ''Everything Scrabble'', Simon and Schuster 2001. ISBN 0-671-04218-1 According to legend, Scrabble's big break came in 1952 when Jack Straus, president of Macy's, played the game on vacation. Upon returning from vacation, he was surprised to find that his store did not carry the game. He placed a large order and within a year, "everyone had to have one." of fields and dense woodlands, including five ponds.
relationships. *1646 – Mutiny by the settlers when Ramaka's family made the colony's stores their own. Pronis was held captive for 6 months, only released at the insistence of those on a passing Societe ship. * Pronis seriously strained relationships with local Antanosy by killing a local roandria (prince)and enslaving 73 Malagasy he tricked into coming into the fort and then gave to the captain of the ship which had gotten him released. Governor Pronis sent 12 Frenchmen who had mutinied against him
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in Hirado, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. He was raised there until seven and moved to Quanzhou, in the Fujian province of China. In a family made wealthy from shipping and piracy, Koxinga inherited his father's trade networks, which stretched from Nagasaki (Nagasaki, Nagasaki) to Macao. Following the Manchu advance on Fujian, Koxinga retreated from his stronghold in Amoy (Xiamen) and besieged Taiwan (Taiwan (island)) in the hope of establishing a strategic base
In 1950, Meir and his family made aliyah to Israel. http: www.fpp.co.uk BoD Mossad Dagan_profiled.html Dagan is a vegetarian and an amateur painter (Painting), who studied painting and sculpture at the Tel Aviv University. WikiPedia:Novosibirsk Commons:Category:Novosibirsk
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was born to Zheng Zhilong, a Chinese merchant and pirate, and Tagawa Matsu, a Japanese woman, in 1624 in Hirado, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. He was raised there until seven and moved to Quanzhou, in the Fujian province of China. In a family made wealthy from shipping and piracy, Koxinga inherited his father's trade networks, which stretched from Nagasaki (Nagasaki, Nagasaki) to Macao. Following the Manchu advance on Fujian, Koxinga retreated from his stronghold