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** Idem, " Conrad Gessner ," in Encyclopedia of the Scientific Revolution from Copernicus to Newton, ed.
** Idem: Nicht-andalusische Poesie andalusischer Dichter, Prague 1858.

** and Conrad
** Conrad of Parzham
** Conrad of Piacenza
** Manfred in The Castle of Otranto – unjustly accuses Theodore of murdering Conrad.
** Examples may include: Conrad Hotels, InterContinental Hotels, Ritz-Carlton, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Dorchester Collection, JW Marriott Hotels, Starwood-Westin Hotels, Hilton, Marriott, Hotel Indigo, Doubletree, and Hyatt
** Examples may include: Conrad Hotels, InterContinental Hotels, Ritz-Carlton, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Dorchester Collection, JW Marriott Hotels, Starwood-Westin Hotels, Hilton, Marriott, Hotel Indigo, Doubletree, and Hyatt
** Conrad ( 1087 – 1098, nominal king under his father Henry IV )
** 111. roentgenium, Rg, named after Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, discoverer of X-rays ( 1994 ).
** Gary Conrad, American animator
** Apollo program: Apollo 12 astronauts Charles Conrad and Alan Bean land at Oceanus Procellarum (" Ocean of Storms "), becoming the third and fourth humans to walk on the Moon.
** Conrad Schumann, East German border guard ( d. 1998 )
** Conrad Richter, American writer ( b. 1890 )
** Max Conrad circumnavigates the earth in 8 days, 18 hours and 49 minutes, setting a new world record.
** Gemini 11 ( Richard Gordon, Pete Conrad ) docks with an Agena target vehicle.
** Conrad Aiken, American writer ( b. 1889 )
** Conrad de Lichtenberg, Bishop of Strasbourg ( b. 1240 )
** Robert Conrad, American actor
** Conrad Paumann, German organist and composer ( d. 1473 )
** Conrad Grebel, co-founder of the Anabaptist movement ( b. 1498 )
** 1924: Another lost silent version made with Blanche Sweet ( Tess ), Stuart Holmes ( Alec ), and Conrad Nagel ( Angel ).
** Conrad Bursian, Geschichte der klassischen Philologie in Deutschland ( 1883 )
** Elements of chemistry, John Bioren, for John Conrad & Co., Philadelphia, 1801, 673 p.
** E. Windisch in Conrad Bursian's Biographisches Jahrbuch für Alterthumskunde ( 1886 )
** also including Jonathan Kane, Arnold Dreyblatt, Zeena Parkins, Tony Conrad, Tony Conrad with Faust, Rhys Chatham, Leif Inge

** and Europe
** Walpurgis Night ( Central and Northern Europe )
** The Wii is backward compatible with all games from the Nintendo GameCube, due to its being based on the PowerPC, the same base as the latter ; however, a " Family Edition " model released in North America and Europe in late 2011 removes GameCube support.
** See Europe for calderas in the Canary Islands
** Coptic Orthodox Church in Europe
** Cinema of Europe
** Cyril and Methodius, patron saints of Europe ( Roman Catholic Church )
** a Mini MPV sold in Europe
** Super Blockbuster ( Released only in Europe )
** List of symphony orchestras in Europe
** Lighter 928 CS " Club Sport " version available in Continental Europe and USA, 928 SE ( S4 Sport ) in UK.
** Port of Constanța ( the largest port and shipyard in the Black Sea and one of the busiest ports in Europe )
** Roman alphabet or Latin alphabet, the standard script of the English language and most of the languages of western and central Europe, Indonesia, Malay, and other areas once settled by European colonial empires
** Caninae-pink and white flowered species from Asia, Europe and North Africa.
** Gallicanae-pink to crimson and striped flowered roses from western Asia and Europe.
** Pimpinellifoliae-white, pink, bright yellow, mauve and striped roses from Asia and Europe.
** 1, 617, 214 in Eastern Europe
** 708, 132 in South-East Europe
** 616, 132 in Central Europe and in the Baltic states
** 1, 798, 914 in Western Europe
** Region VI Europe
** Across Europe, Kurdish rebels take over embassies and hold hostages after Turkey arrests one of their rebel leaders.
** Myxomatosis introduced to Europe on the French estate of Dr. Paul Armand Delille.
** Yalta Conference, wartime meeting from 4 February 1945 to 11 February 1945 among the heads of government of the United States, the United Kingdom, and the Soviet Union — President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Premier Joseph Stalin, respectively — for the purpose of discussing Europe's postwar reorganization, intended to discuss the re-establishment of the nations of war-torn Europe.
** A new Polish government is declared in Western Galicia ( Central Europe ).
** Euronews is launched in Europe.

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