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  • |native_name = Ville de Paris |common_name = Paris
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  • ...s exposed to the lifestyle of the Cuban elite. The relationship was a love match, disapproved of by both families, but Díaz Balart's father gave them tens ...list from ''[[The New York Times]]''. Reporters from [[CBS]] and ''[[Paris Match]]'' soon followed.
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  • ...2 that led the North and its allies to return to the negotiations table in Paris in January 1973. ===Search and destroy===
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  • ...th, but developed their minor characters, such as [[Mercutio]] and [[Count Paris]], in order to expand the plot. Although it is unknown exactly when the pla *'''[[Count Paris]]''': Kinsman of Prince Escalus; desires to marry Juliet.
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  • ...r away as [[Egypt]] and [[Uruguay]] competed in the 1924 [[Olympics]] in [[Paris]], it was clear that the sport needed its own tournament. Soccer was fast b ...o won in 2002, became the first defending champion to play in a qualifying match.<ref>[http://fifaworldcup.yahoo.com/06/en/050901/1/4hs8.html Brazil's Juan
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  • ... Pakistan won in 1960, 1968 and 1984. The first international field hockey match took place in 1895 (Ireland 3, Wales 0); the International Rules Board was ...'t get involved in the sport officially until 1928 when the first official match took place against the Westchester Hockey Club and the Germantown Cricket c
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  • ...o Sharon, [[Connecticut]] before beginning his first formal schooling in [[Paris]], where he attended first grade. By age seven, he received his first forma ...Brown, 2002), 41</ref><ref name=biographydotcom> [http://www.biography.com/search/article.do?id=9230494&page=print 'Buckley, William Frank, Jr (1925–2008)]
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  • ...n new settlements. Those from the less prosperous Hispaniola were eager to search for new success in a new settlement. From there [[Juan Ponce de León]] con ...nean, the Barbary Coast, and Italy, 1500-1800.'' ''Ohio State University Research News''. Retrieved November 16, 2008.</ref>
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  • ..., p. 94</ref> Consequently the high standard of ships and ordnance was not matched by that of the available crews, which were largely untrained and inexperi ... The crews overruled their officers and brought their ships into harbor in search of food, leaving the French coast undefended.<ref name="WJ59">James, p. 59<
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  • ...;1930&nbsp;[[Clyde Tombaugh|Clyde&nbsp;Tombaugh]] was working on a project searching for a ninth planet at [[Lowell Observatory]]. Tombaugh's work was to sys ...ll's death in 1916. Lowell was searching for a theoretical [[Planet X]] to match observations seen in Uranus and Neptune.
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  • ...78-0028657332) has it that she did not graduate [http://www.bookrags.com/research/besant-annie-eorl-02/Besant, Annie] Retrieved May 19, 2007. J. Michael McBr ...ly alienated Annie. Women had no part in parliamentary politics. Annie was searching for a real political outlet: politics where her skills as a speaker, wri
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  • ...is best-known works are the novels ''Les Misérables'' and ''Notre-Dame de Paris'' (sometimes translated into English (to Hugo's dismay) as ''The Hunchback ..._Hugo Joseph Léopold Sigisbert Hugo] (1773&ndash;1828) and [http://www.v1.paris.fr/musees/maison_de_victor_hugo/COLLECTIONS/COLLECTIONS_DES_MVH/Dessins/MVH
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  • ...nes du culte chrétien: Etude sur la liturgie latine avant Charlemagne.'' (Paris, 1889).</ref><ref name="Talley">Thomas J. Talley, ''Origins of the Liturgic ...irit at the time of his baptism (see [http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Mark+1:9-11 Mark 1:9-11]). A feast celebrating Christ's birth gave the chur
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  • ...e and refused to take Ireland's case to the [[Paris Peace Conference, 1919|Paris Peace Conference]] even though the rights of small states and the right to ...ciples of self-determination applied at the [[Paris Peace Conference, 1919|Paris Peace Conference]]. Meanwhile in Ireland, nationalists won the overwhelming
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  • After attending Jefferson and his daughters in [[Paris]], she returned with him to [[Monticello]] in 1789, where, from 1795 to 180 With his wife deceased, Thomas Jefferson took up residence in [[Paris]] as the American envoy to [[France]] in 1784. In 1787, Jefferson sent for
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  • ...sar Nicholas or Tsarina Alexandra." Anderson's [[mitochondrial DNA]] was a match with a great-nephew of Franziska Schanzkowska, a missing Polish factory wor ...e embellished with various contemporary reports of trains and houses being searched for 'Anastasia Romanov' by Bolshevik soldiers and secret police.<ref>Kurt
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  • ...tue de la Liberté),'' is a statue given to the [[United States]] by the [[Paris]] based Union Franco-Americaine (Franco-American Union) in 1876, standing a ... fortune and… his children. She was, from the beginning of her career in Paris, a well-known figure. As the good-looking French widow of an American indus
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  • ...ting by women and was one of the key figures in 1920s and 1930s bohemian [[Paris]], after filling a similar role in the [[Greenwich Village]] of the 1910s. ...ner in a private ceremony without benefit of clergy. He was fifty-two. The match had been strongly promoted by her father and grandmother, but she stayed wi
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  • ...d ''"Jerusalem"'', was produced by the Paris Opera, and due to a number of Parisian conventions that had to be honored, including extensive ballets, became ...iciliennes"'' (1855) and ''"Don Carlos"'' (1867), both commissioned by the Paris Opera and initially performed in French. Today, these latter two operas are
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  • ...an Philosophical Society’’ 55.9 (1965).</ref> Academie de Chirurgia ([[Paris]]) published ‘‘Memoires pour les Chirurgiens,’’ generally considere ...as centered on [[document]]s and included the notions of [[hyperlink]]s, [[search engine]]s, remote access, and [[social network]]s. (Obviously these notions
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