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  1. Constantine XI Palaiologos - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · Constantine XI Dragases Palaiologos or Dragaš Palaeologus (Greek: Κωνσταντῖνος Δραγάσης Παλαιολόγος, Kōnstantinos Dragasēs Palaiologos; 8 February 1405 – 29 May 1453) was the last Byzantine emperor, reigning from 1449 to his death in battle at the Fall of Constantinople in 1453.

  2. BBC Radio 4 - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · BBC Radio 4 is the second-most-popular British domestic radio station by total hours, after Radio 2 – and the most popular in London and the South of England. [ citation needed ] It recorded its highest audience, of 11 million listeners, in May 2011 [6] and was "UK Radio Station of the Year" at the 2003, 2004 and 2008 Sony Radio Academy Awards .

    • 30 September 1967
    • BBC
  3. James II of Scotland - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · In 1449 James II reached adulthood, but he had to struggle to gain control of his kingdom. The Douglases, probably with his cooperation, used his coming of age as a way to throw the Livingstons out of the shared government, as the young king took revenge for the arrest of his mother (a means to remove her from political influence) that had taken place in 1439 and the assassination of his young ...

  4. Tomorr - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · Tomorr is a mountain range in the region of Berat and Skrapar, in Albania.It reaches an elevation of 2,416 metres (7,927 ft) above sea level, which is the highest peak in central Albania.

    • 1,449 m (4,754 ft) 
    • Tomorr massif
  5. Alternative Democratic Reform Party - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · On 2 April 2006 the name was changed once more, to its current name of 'Alternative Democratic Reform Party' (Alternativ Demokratesch Reformpartei). Significantly, for the first time, the name makes no reference to pension reform, signalling the eagerness of the ADR to further solidify its position as a major party in national politics.

  6. Théorème de Muller-Schupp — Wikipédiaéorème_de_Muller-Schupp

    1 day ago · En mathématiques et en informatique théorique, le théorème de Muller-Schupp affirme qu'un groupe G de type fini possède un problème du mot pour les groupes qui est une langage algébrique si et seulement s'il est virtuellement libre.