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  1. United Nations Security Council Resolution 1429 - Wikipedia

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    United Nations Security Council resolution 1429, adopted unanimously on 30 July 2002, after recalling all previous resolutions on the situation in Western Sahara, particularly resolutions 1359 (2001) and 1394 (2001), the Council extended the mandate of the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO) for six months until 31 January 2003.

    • 30 July 2002
    • The situation concerning Western Sahara
    • 4,594
    • 15 voted for, None voted against, None abstained
  2. Battle of Lochaber - Wikipedia

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    The Battle of Lochaber was a battle fought in 1429, in the Scottish Highlands, between the forces of Alexander of Islay, Earl of Ross, 3rd Lord of the Isles and chief of Clan Donald against the Royalist army of King James I of Scotland. It is known as the Battle of Split Allegiances among the Camerons. This is explained either by the fact that ...

    • Royalist victory
  3. Reims Cathedral - Wikipedia

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    The English held Reims and the cathedral until 1429, when it was captured by Joan of Arc, allowing the dauphin Charles to be crowned king on 17 July 1429. Following the death of Francis I, Henry II was crowned King of France on 25 July 1547 in Reims Cathedral.

    • 1862, 1920
    • Place du Cardinal Luçon, 51100, Reims, France
  4. Western Union - Wikipedia

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    Western Union was a major shirt-sponsor of the Sydney Roosters NRL team from 2002–2003. The company still sponsors the team, but not as a shirt-sponsor. Globally Western Union sponsors numerous community events that help support the diaspora communities that use the global Money Transfer service.

  5. Pierronne - Wikipedia

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    Pierronne, also known as Pierrone, Pierronne la Bretonne and Perrinaïc, was a 15th-century Breton woman who said she saw visions of "God dressed in a long white robe with a red tunic underneath". Pierronne, who may have met Joan of Arc in 1429, [2] tried to defend her reputation at Corbeil .

  6. 1420s - Wikipedia

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    The 1420s decade ran from January 1, 1420, to December 31, 1429. Events 1420. January–December. March – The Çelebi Sultan Mehmed Mosque in Didymoteicho is ...

  7. Western Schism - Wikipedia

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    The Western Schism, also called Papal Schism, Great Occidental Schism and Schism of 1378 (Latin: Magnum schisma occidentale, Ecclesiae occidentalis schisma), was a split within the Catholic Church lasting from 1378 to 1417 in which two men (by 1410 three) simultaneously claimed to be the true pope, and each excommunicated the other.

  8. Bunka (文化) was a Japanese era name (年号,, nengō,, lit. "year name") after Kyōwa and before Bunsei. The period started in January 1804 and ended in April 1818. [1] During this time, the emperors were Kōkaku -tennō ( 光格天皇 ) [2] and Ninkō -Tennō ( 仁孝天皇 ) .

  9. 1427 - Wikipedia

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    Births. February 27 – Ruprecht, Archbishop of Cologne (d. 1480); May 8 – John Tiptoft, 1st Earl of Worcester, Lord High Treasurer (d. 1470); May 29 – Françoise d'Amboise, duchess consort of Brittany, co-founder of the first monastery of the Carmelites in France (d.

  10. Tableware - Wikipedia

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    Tableware for special circumstances has to be adapted. Dining in the outdoors, for example, whether for recreational purposes, as on a picnic or as part of a journey, project or mission requires specialised tableware. It must be portable, more robust and if possible, lighter in weight than tableware used indoors.

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