Poppo of Deinze (Poppo of Stavelot). The key building period at the abbey of Stavelot corresponds to the rule of prince-abbot Poppo of Deinze (Poppo of Stavelot), the second founder of the abbey, Archæological remains, Abbaye de Stavelot. Last accessed 26 December 2009. who was made abbot by Holy Roman Emperor Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) in 1020. St Poppo in the ''Catholic Encyclopedia'' He built an imposing church over The Triptych was certainly in the Abbey when it was suppressed in 1792, after the French Revolution. The British Museum: Exhibition of Far Eastern Art, ''The Times'', 15 June 1910 (issue 39 299), page 8, column F. The last prince-abbot, Célestin Thys, Stavelot-Malmedy, Ecclesiastic States, ''Regnal Chronologies''. Retrieved 23 October 2010 carried the triptych to Germany during the Napoleonic Wars, where it remained until 1910, when purchased by a London dealer who sold it to J. P. Morgan.
Blessings" of the Gospel accessdate 2006-10-30 author Gordon B. Hinckley authorlink Gordon B. Hinckley work 168th Annual General Conference, April 1998 Between the brief building period from 1998 to 2001, 38 of these standardized temples were constructed and dedicated, meeting Hinckley's goal and, during Hinckley's service as president, the number of temples more than doubled from 47 to 124. date August 20, 1847 place Mexico City
as an oculist in Berlin. He founded a private institution there for the treatment of eyes, which became the model of many similar clinics in Germany and Switzerland. thumb 240px Wittenbergplatz station (File:Berliner U-Bahnhof Wittenbergplatz (von Westen bei Nacht).jpg) '''Alfred Frederik Elias Grenander''', (June 26, 1863 in Skövde, Sweden – March 14, 1931 in Berlin), was one of the most prominent architects during the first building period of the Berlin U-Bahn in the first half of the twentieth century. Biography He was born in Berlin. He entered an infantry regiment at the age of thirteen years, was commissioned as an ensign (ensign (rank)) in 1795, a second lieutenant in 1797, a first lieutenant in 1804, and a staff-captain (Captain (land and air)) in 1805. As a subaltern, he had become one of Scharnhorst (Gerhard von Scharnhorst)'s intimates, and he was distinguished for his energetic and fearless character before the War of 1806. He served from Jena (Battle of Jena-Auerstedt) to the Peace of Tilsit as a staff officer, and won the rank of major for distinguished service in action. After the downfall of Prussia and the subsequent peace, he was one of the most active as Scharnhorst's assistants in the work of reorganization (1809). He joined the Tugendbund and endeavoured to take part in Schill (Ferdinand Baptista von Schill)'s abortive expedition, after which he entered the Austrian service as a major on the general staff. Extortions He planted a small bomb in a KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens) department store in West Berlin, "Dagobert spielt Katz und Maus mit den Medien", ''Die Welt'', 15 August 2000 Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin
under a shallow sea studded with volcanic (volcano) islands. The remains of these islands underlie much of central England with small outcrops visible in many places. Around 600 Ma, the Cadomian Orogeny (mountain building period) caused the English and Welsh landscape to be transformed into a mountainous region, along with much of north west Europe. After an extensive overhaul in the Charleston shipyard, ''Manley'' was again underway on July 21, 1960 for firing exercises off Culebra Island in the Caribbean. On July 27 she took her position at station number five on the Atlantic Missile Range for the test firing of a Mercury space capsule. Then, she headed eastward to Cardiff, Wales and participated in experimental antisubmarine warfare patrols and attack team exercises en route to stateside. After completing a short stint of operations off the coast of Jacksonville, Florida, ''Manley'' turned for Pollensa Bay, Majorca. Joining the USS Forrestal (CVA-59) task force at Beirut, Lebanon, she joined in Sixth Fleet maneuvers. thumb Rough Collie circa 1915 (File:Collie (rough) from 1915.JPG) Both Rough and Smooth collies are descended from a localised variety of herding dog originating in Scotland and Wales. The Scottish variety was a large, strong, aggressive dog, bred to herd highland sheep. The Welsh variety was small and nimble, domesticated and friendly, and also herded goats. When the English saw these dogs at the Birmingham market, they interbred them with their own variety of sheepdogs producing a mixture of short and long haired varieties. After the industrial revolution, dog ownership became fashionable, and these early collies were believed to have been crossed with the Borzoi (Russian Wolfhound) to get a more "noble" head, which is today one of the true characteristics of the Rough Collie. WikiPedia:Wales Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Wales commons:Wales - Cymru
; Between the brief building period from 1998 to 2001, 38 of these standardized temples were constructed and dedicated, meeting Hinckley's goal and, during Hinckley's service as president, the number of temples more than doubled from 47 to 124. is one of the oldest and most prestigious art schools in Japan. Located in Ueno Park, it also has
Region , Nunavut, Canada. It is the second largest ice shelf in the Arctic Ocean. Situated on the north-west coast of Ellesmere Island, it is located about 270 km (170 mi) west of Alert, Nunavut. The '''Taconic orogeny''' was a mountain building period that ended 440 million years ago and affected most of modern-day New England. A great mountain chain formed from eastern Canada down through what is now the Piedmont_(United_States) Piedmont