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), Toronto → Torontonian, Washington (Washington, D.C.) → Washingtonian, Wellington → Wellingtonian) '''Palombia''' is a fictitious (fictional country) South American country from the Belgian (Belgium) ''Spirou et Fantasio'' and ''Marsupilami'' comic book stories. The name is a portmanteau of Paraguay and Colombia. In French, ''Palombie'' is especially a word game between ''Colombie (Colombia), Colombe (Diamond Dove)'' and '' Common Wood Pigeon Palombe


York City and Mexico between 1942 and 1948, she wrote for comic book publishers. Answering an ad for "reporter rewrite", she arrived at the office of comic book publisher Ned Pines and landed a job working in a bullpen with four artists and three other writers. Initially scripting two comic book stories a day for $55-a-week paychecks, she soon realized she could make more money by writing freelance for comics, a situation which enabled her to find time to work on her own short


Disney comic strips (Disney comics) for nearly three years until July 1950, but then Eega Beeva's notable presence abruptly ended for unknown reasons. The character was adopted to comics of Italian (Italy) artists in the 1950s and has since then appeared in various European Disney comic book stories, especially in Italy. He is referred to as '''Eta Beta''' in Italian (Italian language), and '''Gamma''' in German (German language). Sylvester Shyster thumb left 150px Sylvester Shyster (File:Sylvester Shyster.gif)'''Sylvester Shyster''' is a crooked lawyer and evil criminal mastermind who generally teams up with Peg-Leg Pete. The character has been described by some as a weasel or a rat (the latter being Gottfredson's own interpretation), but his ears suggest that he is rather an anthropomorphic canine (Canidae). His name in Italian (Italy) translations is ''Lupo'', meaning Wolf, even though he is clearly not one. After being defeated by Mickey, Vulter never appeared again in American (United States) stories. He was, however, used by Italian (Italy) authors, starting with the 1959 story ''Topolino e il ritorno dell'artiglio magnetico'' ("Mickey Mouse and the Return of the Magnetic Claw") by Guido Martina (plot) and Giulio Chierchini (art). The character was further elaborated in this story by the claim that he never drew plans of his inventions but kept it all in his mind; this proved a bit of a problem when he suffered from amnesia. He returned occasionally and is still used from time to time by European authors. Charles entered Italy with 25,000 men (including 8,000 Swiss mercenaries) in 1494 and marched across the peninsula, reaching Naples on 22 February 1495. R. Ritchie, ''Historical Atlas of the Renaissance'', 64. The French army subdued Florence in passing and took Naples without a pitched battle or siege. Alfonso was expelled and Charles was crowned King of Naples. In 48 BC, Cassius sailed his ships to Sicily, where he attacked and burned a large part of Caesar's navy. Caesar (Julius Caesar), ''Civil War'', iii.101. He then proceeded to harass ships off the Italian (Italy) coast. News of Pompey's defeat at the Battle of Pharsalus caused Cassius to head for Hellespont, with hopes of allying with the king of Pontus, Pharnaces II (Pharnaces II of Pontus). Cassius was overtaken by Caesar en route, and was forced to surrender unconditionally. However, Suetonius (''Caesar'', 63) says that it was Lucius Cassius who surrendered to Caesar at the Hellespont. Salic law provided written codification of both civil law, such as the statutes governing inheritance, and criminal law (crime), such as the punishment for murder. It has had a formative influence on the tradition of statute law that has extended to modern times in Central Europe, especially in the German (Germany) states, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, parts of Italy, Austria and Hungary, Romania, and the Balkans. The '''2006 Winter Olympics''', officially known as the '''XX Olympic Winter Games''', was a winter multi-sport event which was celebrated in Turin, Italy from February 10, 2006, through February 26, 2006. This marked the second time Italy hosted the Olympic Winter Games, the first being the VII Olympic Winter Games (1956 Winter Olympics) in Cortina d'Ampezzo in 1956. Italy also hosted the Games of the XVII Olympiad (1960 Summer Olympics) in Rome in 1960. Turin was selected as the host city for the 2006 games in 1999. Relationship with the Normans To secure his position, Nicholas II at once entered into relations with the Normans. The Pope wanted to re-take Sicily (Emirate of Sicily) for Christianity, and he saw the Normans as the perfect force to crush the Muslims. Professor Robert Bartlett, The Normans , episode 3, BBCTV The Normans were by this time firmly established in southern Italy, and later in the year 1059 the new alliance was cemented at Melfi, where the Pope, accompanied by Hildebrand, Cardinal Humbert and the abbot Desiderius of Monte Cassino, solemnly invested Robert Guiscard with the duchies of Apulia, Calabria and Sicily, and Richard of Aversa with the principality of Capua, in return for oaths of fealty and the promise of assistance in guarding the rights of the Church. From May 1796 to October 1797 Monge was in Italy with C.L. Berthollet and some artists to select the paintings and sculptures being levied from the Italians. While there he became friendly with of General Bonaparte (Napoleon I of France). On his return to France h as appointedDirector of theEcole Pytechnique, but early in 798 he was sent to Rome on a mission which ended in the establishment, under A. Masséna, of the short-lived Roman Republic (Roman Republic (18th century)); and from there he joned the expedition to Egypt, taking part with Berthollet as well in various operations of the war as in the scientific work of the Institut d'Égypte and Egyptian Institute of Sciences and Arts; they accompanied Bonaparte to Syria, and returned with him in 1798 to France. Monge was appointed president of the Egyptian commission, and he resumed his connection with the École Polytechnique. His later mathematical papers are published (1794–1816) in the Journal and the Correspondence of the École Polytechnique. On the formation of the Sénat conservateur he was appointed a member of that body, with an ample provision and the title of count of Pelusium (Comte de Péluse), and became the Sénat conservateur's president in 1806-07; but on the fall of Napoleon he was deprived of all his honours, and even excluded from the list of members of the reconstituted Institute. In 1989, Míchel announced he would leave Real Madrid after having signed with an Italian (Italy) side. This never came to pass and he ended up staying until 1996. In his penultimate season (1994–95 La Liga), he suffered a severe knee injury which rendered him unavailable for most of the successful 1994–95 league campaign, but still bounced back for a final solid season, after which he left for Atlético Celaya in Mexico, where Butragueño was also playing, shortly after the arrival at Madrid of president Lorenzo Sanz. He retired from football in 1997. - 14. 17 June 1990 Friuli (Stadio Friuli), Udine, Italy

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. He was a recurring character in the American (United States) newspaper Disney comic strips (Disney comics) for nearly three years until July 1950, but then Eega Beeva's notable presence abruptly ended for unknown reasons. The character was adopted to comics of Italian (Italy) artists in the 1950s and has since then appeared in various European Disney comic book stories, especially in Italy. He is referred to as '''Eta Beta''' in Italian (Italian language), and '''Gamma

1956), story by John Larner. -- '''Jack Davis''' (b. December 2, 1924) is an American (United States) cartoonist and illustrator, known for his advertising art, magazine covers, film posters, record album art and numerous comic book stories. He was one of the founding cartoonists for ''Mad (Mad (magazine))'' in 1952. Meglin, Nick. ''The Art of Humorous Illustration''. Watson-Guptill, 1973. "'''Summertime Blues'''" is the title

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