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  1. Rupert, King of the Romans - Wikipedia

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    Feb 14, 2021 · Rupert also gained the support of England by the marriage of his son Louis with Blanche of Lancaster, daughter of King Henry IV on 6 July 1402. In his Palatinate hereditary lands, Rupert turned out to be a capable ruler. It was nevertheless only the indolence of Wenceslaus that prevented his overthrow.

  2. King of the Romans - Wikipedia

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    5 days ago · King of the Romans (Latin: Rex Romanorum; German: König der Römer) was the title used by the German king following his election by the princes from the reign of Henry II (1002–1024, emperor from 1014) onward.

  3. Wenceslas | king of Bohemia and Germany | Britannica

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    6 days ago · Finally, in August 1400, when Wenceslas refused to attend another meeting of the princes, they deposed him and elected Rupert (Ruprecht) III, elector Palatine, king of the Romans. Wenceslas was, however, able to retain the title of German king for the rest of his life. Wenceslas’ reign in Bohemia was even less successful than that in Germany.

  4. Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia

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    Charles also agreed to favor the election of Ferdinand as King of the Romans in Germany, which took place in 1531. Therefore, it is by virtue of the Worms agreement that Ferdinand became Holy Roman Emperor and obtained hereditary rights over Austria at the abdication of Charles in 1556.

  5. King William’s College quiz: the answers | Quiz and trivia ...

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    Feb 10, 2021 · 1 Philippi (Lydia) 2 Rome (Paul’s Epistle to the Romans 15:24) 3 Euroclydon (when heading for Phenice) 4 Ephesus (Demetrius the silversmith and others) 5 Lystra 6 Antioch (Barnabas, Paul and ...

  6. Quinquagesima Sunday – St. Michael & All Angels

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    Feb 14, 2021 · QUINQUAGESIMA SUNDAY – Esto mihi Introit: (Ps. 31) Be thou my God and defender, and a place of refuge, that thou mayest save me: for thou art my strong rock, and my castle: be thou also my guide, and lead me for thy Name’s sake. Ps.

  7. The Grammar of English Grammars/Key - Wikisource, the free ...

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    Feb 17, 2021 · "The king of Israel and Jehoshaphat the king of Judah, sat each on his throne."--1 Kings, xxii, 10; 2 Chron., xviii, 9. " Lysias , speaking of his friends, promised to his father never to abandon them."--

  8. Plant Extracts That May Fight Bacteria and Antibiotic Resistance

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    Jan 31, 2021 · Antibiotic resistance sounds frightening. Thanks for pointing out some of the drug resistant bacteria and also for giving us some hope for the future. Thanks for the education, in general. Linda Crampton (author) from British Columbia, Canada on June 10, 2019: Thank you very much for the comment. Antibiotic resistance is an important topic.

  9. Best TV shows to watch on NOW TV - Radio Times

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    Feb 05, 2021 · Best TV shows to watch on NOW TV. Sky's streaming service is jam-packed with the very best of prestige drama, from Chernobyl and The Wire to Succession and Game of Thrones.

  10. Puget Sound Radio | Wednesday in Broadcast History ...

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    Feb 09, 2021 · On this day in 1971, Carole King‘s album “Tapestry” was released on Ode Records. It has since become one of the all-time best-sellers, with more than 25 million LP’s and CD’s moved worldwide. On this day in 1972, the BBC banned “Give Ireland Back to the Irish” by Wings, which had only been released Feb. 1.