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Almeida then sailed on to Cochin, made peace with the ruler and built a stone fort there.
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Almeida and then
In the 1990s, she had triumphs with roles at the Almeida Theatre in Islington, including Medea in 1992 ( which transferred to the Wyndham's Theatre in 1993 and then Broadway in 1994, for which she received the Tony Award for Best Actress ), Mother Courage at the National Theatre in 1995 and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
He is best known for his role as Tony Almeida on 24 which he played from 2001 to 2006, and then reprised again in 2009.
Aldeia Nova later became known as Aldeia Velha ( Old Village ), since it didn't prosper as much as its neighbour, which then became known as Aldeia Nova, and is today called Nova Almeida.
The Tupiniquim, have inhabited these Indigenous Territories, since, the founding of Santa Cruz and Nova Almeida ( then Reis Magos ).
Nonetheless, regardless of the skin tone of the Cuban players, at the very least blacks of the United States were still banned from white baseball albeit if Marsans and Almeida were in fact black but light skinned then their successful breaking of the color barrier has gone unheralded.
Returned to Portugal in January 1918 and was put under house arrest during the dictatorship of Sidónio Pais ; returned to diplomacy after the fall of Sidonist regime ; became minister to Spain ( 1919 ) and then again to the United Kingdom ( 1919 – 1923 ); a member of the Portuguese Delegation at the Paris Peace Conference ( 1919 – 1920 ); unsuccessful candidate of the Democratic Party ( Partido Democrático ) at the presidential elections of 6 Aug 1919 won by António José de Almeida ; delegate to the League of Nations, serving as Vice-President of the General Assembly ( 6 Sep 1922-30 Sep 1922 ); was elected in-absentia President of the Republic ( 6 Aug 1923 ), arriving at the port of Lisbon on 3 Oct 1923.
In 1505 King Manuel I of Portugal appointed Almeida, then in his mid 50s, as the first viceroy of Portuguese India ( Estado da Índia ).
The library was sold off in 1872 and the building disposed of in 1874 to the Wellington Club ( Almeida Street then being called Wellington Street ) which occupied it until 1886.
Chappelle was known because of his harsh determination to " follow the book ", thus gaining him enemies at CTU when Jack was detained and then the agents ( particularly Tony Almeida ) had to break protocol to allow Jack to move on and foil the assassination attempt.
He also had a sister Maria Amália de Almeida Garrett, who married in the Azores where they were then living with Francisco de Meneses de Lemos e Carvalho ( Terceira, Angra do Heroísmo, September 20, 1786 –) and had female issue.
It was during the patriarchate of Cardinal Almeida ( 1746 ) that the famous Chapel of Saint John the Baptist was built in Rome ( 1742 – 1747 ) at the expense of King John V and consecrated by Pope Benedict XIV, and then transported to and reconstructed in the Church of St. Roch in Lisbon.
Hisr forces managed to capture the key border town of Almeida but were then forced to retreat following the intervention of British troops led by John Burgoyne at the Battle of Valencia de Alcántara and the war was brought to an end shortly afterwards by the Treaty of Paris.
Johnson then played The Judge / Saint Peter in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot at the Almeida Theatre in London.
Almeida and sailed
To assert the cause of the rightful Queen, his daughter Maria da Glória, Pedro sailed from Terceira in the Azores with an expeditionary force consisting of 60 vessels, 7500 men including the Count of Vila Flor, Alexandre Herculano, Almeida Garrett, Joaquim António de Aguiar, José Travassos Valdez and a volunteer British contingent under the command of Colonels George Lloyd Hodges and Charles Shaw and effected a landing at Mindelo on the shores north of Porto.
Almeida sailed for Portugal in December 1509 and reached Table Bay near the Cape of Good Hope, where the Garcia, Belém and Santa Cruz dropped anchor late February, 1510, to replenish water.
Along with other merchant houses of Germany and Italy he contributed to a fleet of 22 Portuguese ships lead by Francisco de Almeida that sailed to India in the year 1505 and returned in 1506.
Almeida and on
According to Manoel de Almeida ( a Portuguese missionary in the early 17th century ), there were 21 islands, seven to eight of which had monasteries on them " formerly large, but now much diminished.
In November 1935, under Moniz's direction, surgeon Pedro Almeida Lima drilled a series of holes on either side of a woman's skull and injected ethanol to destroy small areas of subcortical white matter in the frontal lobes.
In spring 1762 Spanish troops invaded Portugal from the north as far as the Douro, while a second column captured Almeida and threatened to advance on Lisbon.
* AMWORLD: A plan initiated June 28, 1963, to overthrow the Castro regime in a coup on December 1, 1963 ( C-Day ), that would have installed Juan Almeida Bosque, a top ranking Cuban military officer, as the new head of state.
" In 2005, a production by Richard Eyre, starring Eve Best, at the Almeida Theatre in London has been well-received, and later transferred for an 11½ week run at the Duke of York's on St Martin's Lane.
In 1810 Ney joined Marshal Masséna in the invasion of Portugal, where he took Ciudad Rodrigo from the Spanish and Almeida from the British and Portuguese, brusquely defeated the British on the River Côa, and fought at Buçaco.
During the night and throughout the next day, as many as 5000 more Castilians were killed by the neighbouring towns ' villagers ; according to Portuguese tradition surrounding the battle, there was a woman called Brites de Almeida, the Padeira of Aljubarrota ( the baker-woman of Aljubarrota ), said to be very tall, strong, and to possess six fingers on each hand, who ambushed and killed by herself eight Castilian soldiers as they stormed her bakery in the town of Aljubarrota itself.
46 ( 1991 ) The Nightingale and the Rose, ( libretto by Firsova, after Oscar Wilde, premiered on 8 July 1994 at Almeida Theatre, Almeida Opera ; at the Boosey & Hawkes page.
Meanwhile in Alcântara, Lisbon, at the Chapel of Santo Amaro, on 9 April 2001, he married his second wife Catarina de Almeida Vaz Pinto, born on 15 June 1960, by whom he had no children.
On 25 March 1505, Francisco de Almeida was appointed Viceroy of India, on the condition that he would set up four forts on the southwestern Indian coast: at Anjediva Island, Cannanore, Cochin and Quilon.
Francisco de Almeida had rushed to chase the Egyptian fleet because Afonso de Albuquerque arrived on December 6, 1508 with orders from the King of Portugal to replace him as the next viceroy.
Commenting on the battle after winning it, de Almeida said: " As long as you may be powerful at sea, you will hold India as yours ; and if you do not possess this power, little will avail you a fortress on the shore.
In 2007, Burke contracted Clostridium difficile while in hospital for an operation, resulting in her having to pass directing duties on Dying for It at the Almeida Theatre ( which starred Charlie Condou and Sophie Stanton who she worked with on Gimme Gimme Gimme ).
Born on the Cape island Boa Vista, Almeida studied law in Lisbon and currently practices in Mindelo.
Then the Romanticists went back to tradition and drew on the poetry and every day speech of the people, and, thanks to the writings of such men as Almeida Garrett and Camilo Castelo Branco, the literary language became national once again.
The early nineteenth century witnessed a literary reformation which was begun by Almeida Garrett who had become acquainted with the English and French Romanticism in exile and based his work on the national traditions.
After producing some classical tragedies, the best of which is " Cato ", Almeida Garrett undertook the reform of the stage on independent lines, though he learnt something from the Anglo-German school.
Almeida and Cochin
She tells of Duarte Pacheco Pereira's defense of Cochin ( Battle of Cochin ( 1504 )); the Battle of Diu ( 1509 ) fought by Francisco de Almeida and his son Lourenco de Almeida against combined Gujarati-Egyptian fleets ; the deeds of Tristão da Cunha, Pedro de Mascarenhas, Lopo Vaz de Sampaio, and Nuno da Cunha ; and battles fought by Martim Afonso de Sousa and João de Castro.
The first viceroy was Francisco de Almeida, who established his headquarters in Cochin ( Cochim, Kochi ).
On 25 March 1505, Francisco de Almeida was appointed Viceroy of India, on the condition that he would set up four forts on the south western Indian coast: at Anjediva Island, Cannanore, Cochin and Quilon.
Francisco de Almeida, the Portuguese viceroy, was allowed, in 1506, by the Raja of Cochin to reconstruct wooden buildings in stone and masonry.