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At first Hitler was jubilant, but the Italian reaction surprised and convinced him that he can not even face a conflict with the powers of Western Europe, officially denied liability stating its regret for the murder of Austrian Prime Minister.
At the outbreak of World War I, Lang returned to Vienna and volunteered for military service in the Austrian army and fought in Russia and Romania, where he was wounded three times.
At the Congress of Berlin in 1878 he was the principal Austrian plenipotentiary, and directed his efforts to diminish the gains of Russia and aggrandize the Dual Monarchy.
At first, the leading personalities of the system were British foreign secretary Lord Castlereagh, Austrian chancellor Klemens Wenzel, Prince von Metternich and Tsar Alexander I of Russia.
At the age of 13, young Archduke Franz started a career as a colonel in the Austrian army.
At the same time Frederick crossed the Austrian frontier ( August ).
At the same time Maximilian Ulysses Count Browne with an Austrian corps struck at the allies on the Lower Po, and cut off their communication with the main body in Piedmont.
At the same time, France Télécom resold Orange Netherlands, and bought out Ya, the Spanish Internet unit of Deutsche Telekom AG, and the Austrian mobile phone operator, One.
At the time, the struggle for Italian unification was perceived to be waged primarily against the Austrian Empire and the Habsburgs, since they directly controlled the predominantly Italian-speaking northeastern part of present-day Italy and were, together, the most powerful force against unification.
At the Battle of Magenta on June 4, the French and Sardinians were victorious over the Austrian army of Count Ferencz Gyulai, leading to Austrian withdrawal from most of Lombardy and a triumphal entry by Napoleon and Victor Emmanuel into Milan.
At the beginning of the summer of 1850, rumours started to spread that Austrian censorship was going to forbid the production.
At the time, Piave and Verdi had titled opera La maledizione ( The Curse ), and this unofficial title was used by Austrian censor De Gorzkowski in an emphatic letter written in December 1850 in which he definitively denied consent to its production calling it " a repugnant of immorality and obscene triviality.
At the beginning of the War of the Austrian Succession between Frederick II of Prussia ( the Great ) and the Habsburg empress Maria Theresa of Austria, the greatest part of Silesia, including Rybnik, was annexed by Prussia in 1740, which Austria eventually recognized in 1763.
At the beginning of the First World War, patriotic sentiment was widespread, and extended to many German and Austrian Jews: Zweig, as well as Martin Buber and Hermann Cohen, all showed support.
At this point, Davout launched his men against the Austrian center at the village of Unterlaichling and the woods to the north.
At the battle of Wagram, the 47-year-old Prince Rosenberg was in command of the Austrian IV Korps.
At this point, Feldmarshalleutnant Nordmann intervened in person to reestablish the situation and was mortally wounded while doing so, with the Austrian counterattack in this sector failing completely.
At sixteen she toured Austrian and German provinces with a Shakespearean company, later becoming accepted as the greatest Shakespearean actor on the continent.
At this point in the campaign, the Austrian command staff was in full confusion.
At length, the French seized a portion of the ridge and the Austrian were unable to drive them away.
At Valmy it was avoided defeat by the French army, and thereby forced the Allies to flee from France, but in Jemappes had the increasingly revolutionary French army actually defeated Austrian regulars and forced the enemy out of the field.
At a later period he was councillor of legation in the Austrian embassy at the Frankfurt diet, but in 1818 he returned to Vienna.
At various times Waldeck said that he was born in Paris, Prague, or Vienna, and at other times claimed to be a German, Austrian and English citizen.

At and Court
At present all offenses must be taken to Sixth District Court for disposition.
At Berger's direction, the city also intervened in the Hughes bankruptcy case in U. S. District Court in a move preliminary to filing a claim there.
At that time, the ENIAC was considered to be the first computer in the modern sense, but in 1973 a U. S. District Court invalidated the ENIAC patent and concluded that the ENIAC inventors had derived the subject matter of the electronic digital computer from Atanasoff ( see Patent dispute ).
At the Court of His Catholic Majesty.
At that time, Olson and friend Rosalie ( Ricky ) Gaull Silberman started an informal network of women who supported the Thomas nomination to the Supreme Court despite allegations of sexual harassment by Anita Hill, a former subordinate of Thomas at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
At the centre of the Great Court is the Reading Room vacated by the British Library, its functions now moved to St Pancras.
At the top were the Emperor and Court nobles ( kuge ), together with the Shogun and daimyo.
At the end of November it was agreed that the purchasers of Oxford's lands would pay his entire debt of some £ 3, 306 due to Court of Wards over a five-year period, finishing in 1592.
At the conference, the five countries signed the General Treaty of Peace and Amity of 1907, which established the Central American Court of Justice to resolve future disputes among the five nations.
At the start of his term, Madison was a party to the United States Supreme Court case Marbury v. Madison ( 1803 ), in which the doctrine of judicial review was asserted by the high Court, much to the annoyance of the Jeffersonians who did not want a powerful federalist judiciary.
At the start of the 2010 – 11 season Liverpool was on the verge of bankruptcy and the club's creditors asked the High Court to allow the sale of the club, overruling the wishes of Hicks and Gillett.
At the very end of the show, in " Court Charades ", the Inquisitors are caught by surprise when a defendant ( who is also a judge from another court ) in session at the Old Bailey says: " Blimey, I didn't expect the Spanish Inquisition!
At the same time, the French masque was gaining a firm hold at the English Court, with even more lavish splendour and highly realistic scenery than had been seen before.
At the top of the federal or national system is the Supreme Court, and underneath are lower federal courts.
At the Second Hague Peace Conference in 1907, a draft convention for a permanent Court of Arbitral Justice was written, although disputes and other pressing business at the Conference meant that such a body was never established, owing to difficulties agreeing on a procedure to select the judges.
At the elections on 4 September 1924, Charles Andre Weiss was again elected Vice-President and Max Huber became the second President of the Court.
At present, a significant number of cases are pending before the United States District Court, District of Minnesota, involving the drug Levaquin.
At Court, the formal entertainment would often be followed by many hours of country dances which all present could join in.
At the time of the conflict, however, it was not established that the Supreme Court could resolve state boundary disputes, and Jackson declined the offer.
It created a general right to privacy ( Griswold v. Connecticut ), limited the role of religion in public school ( most prominently Engel v. Vitale and Abington School District v. Schempp ), incorporated most guarantees of the Bill of Rights against the States — prominently Mapp v. Ohio ( the exclusionary rule ) and Gideon v. Wainwright ( right to appointed counsel ),— and required that criminal suspects be apprised of all these rights by police ( Miranda v. Arizona ); At the same time, however, the Court limited defamation suits by public figures ( New York Times v. Sullivan ) and supplied the government with an unbroken run of antitrust victories.
At one end of the room near the Old Supreme Court Chamber is a statue of John C. Calhoun.
At the Russian parliamentary elections in 1995, with a threshold excluding parties under 5 %, more than 45 % of votes were unrepresented ( in 1998, Russian Constitutional Court found the threshold legal, taking into account limits in its use ).
** At a conference in Rome, 120 countries vote to create a permanent International Criminal Court to prosecute individuals for genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and the crime of aggression.

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