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Brittany

, then at Laon, now part of Reims. Thanks to the protection of Msgr. Valentine Duglas, the bishop of Laon, he was supported by the Collège of Laon to complete his studies in Paris. He had a classical education, learning Latin, Greek (Greek language), and Hebrew, and acquiring a wide knowledge of ancient and modern literatures. He also studied canonical (canonical law) and civil law (Civil law (legal system)). See also * Tro Breizh ( Breton language


Mecca

contributions of Imam Azeemabadi was the popularization and distribution of hadith and its literature. Imam Azeemabadi was also an active member and leader of the Salafi Organization in India. He had a broad knowledge of importance of Islam, literature, logic, history and full understanding of the controversies among the schools of thought (madhab) set by the Imams of fiqh and their arguments. His writings are witness to his wide knowledge and deep insight.


Kingdom of Hungary

. In the High Middle Ages, the Kingdom of Hungary (founded in the year 1000), became one of the most powerful medieval states in central Europe and Western Europe. His people was Christianized by the King Saint Stephen I of Hungary who was remembered by the contemporary chroniclers as a very religious monarch, with wide knowledge in Latin grammar, strict with his own people but kind to the foreigners. He eradicated the remnants of the tribal organization in the Kingdom and forced the people


Florence

, and courtly manners made him a great favourite in society; and his wide knowledge and linguistic talents won him the respect of scholars. In 1522 Alcionio was appointed professor of Greek at Florence through the influence of Giulio de' Medici. That year he entrusted to the Aldine press a dialogue in the nature of a eulogy on the theme of exile (''Medices legatus, sive de exsilio''), in a Ciceronian Latin so finely honed that he was charged with plagiarism by his personal enemy, Paulus


Shanghai

with the former, that in 1846 James Legge engaged him to superintend the London Missionary Society's press at Shanghai. In this position he acquired a wide knowledge of Chinese religion and civilization, and especially of their mathematics, so that he was able to show that Sir George Horner (William George Horner)'s method (Horner scheme) (1819) of solving equations of all orders had been known to the Chinese mathematicians of the 14th century in his paper ''Jottings on the Science


Liverpool

Ryanair in Charleroi, such as Wizz Air and Air Service Plus (later replaced by On Air (On Air (airline))). The Polish airline Air Polonia operated services from Charleroi to Warsaw and Katowice before going bankrupt in August 2004. In 1669 he became a merchant's apprentice before becoming a schoolmaster in Liverpool and subsequently a bookkeeper in London. His wide knowledge of mathematics and astronomy attracted Flamsteed's (John Flamsteed) attention


Netherlands

, Conrad Busken-Huet (1826–1886) and Carel Vosmaer (1826–1888). In Busken-Huet the principles of the 1830–1880 period were summed up; he had been during all those years the fearless and trusty watch-dog of Dutch letters as he understood them. He lived just long enough to become aware that a revolution was approaching, not to comprehend its character; but his accomplished fidelity to literary principle and his wide knowledge have been honoured even by the most bitter of the younger school


India

in their expeditions to explore East Africa due to their wide knowledge of the land and neutral standing with many of the other societies they traded with. '''Kaliveli Lake''' is a coastal lake in the Viluppuram District of Tamil Nadu, India. This lake lies approximately 16 kilometers north of Pondicherry and 10 kilometers north of Auroville, near the Bay of Bengal. He served in World War I and then went to the Staff College in Quetta in 1923. He served on the North West Frontier (North-West Frontier Province (1901–1955)) in India and then became a General Staff Officer at Army Headquarters in India in 1925. He went on to the Staff College (RAF Staff College, Andover) at Andover (Andover, Hampshire) in 1927 and then was appointed Deputy Assistant Adjutant General at Army Headquarters in India in 1930. He returned to the North West Frontier in India in 1937 and then became an Instructor at the Staff College at Quetta in 1938 before being appointed a General Staff Officer in Baluchistan District (Baluchistan (Chief Commissioners Province)) in India in 1939. '''Govt. Model Engineering College, Thrikkakara''' (Malayalam: ഗവണ്മെന്റ് മോഡല്‍ യന്ത്രശാസ്ത്ര കലാലയം തൃക്കാക്കര , Devanāgarī:सरकार मॉडल प्रौद्योगिकी कलालय त्रिक्काकरा) ('''MEC''') is an institute of engineering and technology in Thrikkakara near Kochi (Kochi, India), Kerala in South India. The institution is the first self-financing college to be established by the Government of Kerala under the aegis of the Institute of Human Resource Development for Electronics, IHRDE (now IHRD) and the first to be affiliated to CUSAT (Cochin University of Science And Technology). It is the first recognised Research centre under the CUSAT (Cochin University of Science and Technology). The institution has been ranked among the top government engineering institutes in the country, according to educational institution surveys. The MINT (MINT (newspaper)) business newspaper ranked the college as the 28th best government institute in India. Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


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