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At and diet
At one extreme, anthropologist Marvin Harris, author of Cannibals and Kings, has suggested that the flesh of the victims was a part of an aristocratic diet as a reward, since the Aztec diet was lacking in proteins.
At two years, all calorie-reduced diet types cause equal weight loss irrespective of the macronutrients emphasized.
At a great diet held at Speyer in 1146, Holy Roman Emperor Conrad III and many of his nobles were also incited to dedicate themselves to the crusade by the eloquence of Bernard.
At other points, a vegan diet or full fast may be observed.
At the same time the European diet grew a great deal sweeter as the use of sugar became more widespread.
At Bristol, one of his teachers was Rendle Short, who had proposed that appendicitis is caused by a lack of cellulose in the diet ( it is worth noting, perhaps, from a biographical perspective, that Cleave's sister had died at the age of eight years from a perforated appendicitis ).
At least 92 prey species have been documented in their diet.
At times, fish eggs are 100 % of their diet.
At a diet near Crémieux in 837, Louis the Pious bade the nobles do homage to Charles as his heir.
At the beginning of July, Bucer discussed the draft with the archbishop, who, after studying it, submitted the document to the territorial diet on 23 July.
At one point, a Nazi official tried to give them cyanide, pretending it was a mixture of vitamins to compensate for the captives ' poor diet during their imprisonment.
At the same time, there was a burgeoning theatre sector featuring a diet of low melodrama and musical burlesque ; but critics described British theatre as driven by commercialism and a ' star ' system.
At his sanatorium in Zürich, a balanced diet of raw vegetables and fruit was used as a means to heal patients, contrary to the beliefs commonly held at the end of the 19th century.
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 Vienna, in spite of the powerful backing of Alexander of Russia, he failed to secure the annexation of the whole of Saxony to Prussia ; at Paris, after Waterloo, he failed to carry through his views as to the further dismemberment of France ; he had weakly allowed Metternich to forestall him in making terms with the states of the Confederation of the Rhine, which secured to Austria the preponderance in the German federal diet ; on the eve of the conference of Carlsbad ( 1819 ) he signed a convention with Metternich, by whichto quote the historian Treitschke — “ like a penitent sinner, without any formal quid pro quo, the monarchy of Frederick the Great yielded to a foreign power a voice in her internal affairs .”
At the Riksdag of 1755-1756 he was elected lantmarskalk, or marshal of the diet, until the revolution of 1772, led the Hat party.
At the ensuing riksdag of 1769, when the Hats returned to power, Fersen was again elected marshal of the diet ; but he made no attempt to redeem his pledges to Crown Prince Gustavus ( later Gustav III ).
At other times of year, leftover grains and other crops such as potatoes, picked up in open fields after harvest, make up much of their diet.
At the 1495 diet Maximilian asked the representatives of the estates not only for contributions, but also for the implementation of an imperial tax and commitment in troops.
At the same time, there was a burgeoning theatre sector featuring a diet of low melodrama and musical burlesque ; but critics described British theatre as driven by commercialism and a ' star ' system.
At the diet which met in February 1445 a provisional government consisting of five Captain Generals was formed, with Hunyadi receiving Transylvania and four counties bordering on the Tisza, called the Partium or Körösvidék, to rule.
At the diet of Buda ( 1455 ) he resigned all his dignities, because of the accusations of Ulrich II of Celje and the other enemies of his house, but a reconciliation was ultimately patched up and he was betrothed to Maria, the daughter of the palatine, Ladislaus Garai.
At 6 weeks of age, goatsbeard reached its peak in the diet and sego lily was found in greatest volume a week later.

At and Besançon
At this time the city became the administrative centre for Franche-Comté, with the Parlement of Besançon, replacing Dole.
At Saint-Sulpice, he met with Cardinal Rohan-Chabot, later archbishop of Besançon, who advised him to join the Society of Jesus.
At the outbreak of the French Revolution, in which he took an active part, Brunck was imprisoned at Besançon, and lost his pension, being reduced to such extremities that he was obliged to sell a portion of his library.
At the final Lamb concert in Besançon, roadie Geoff Banks, just for a joke and without telling the band beforehand, put on the dummy's leather jacket and – wearing nothing else – replaced the Gabriel dummy on stage for the intro to " It.
At this time, having been appointed commander of the VII Army Corps at Besançon, he retired from political life and, in 1879, became inspector-general of the army.
At age 15 he built an astronomical sphere which he presented to the Academy of Sciences of Besançon, which won him wide admiration, and he began his career as an apprentice watchmaker.

At and October
At the Siege of Bayonne in October 1131, three years before his death, he published a will leaving his kingdom to three autonomous religious orders based in Palestine and politically largely independent on the pope, the Knights Templars, the Hospitallers, and the Knights of the Holy Sepulchre, whose influences might have been expected to cancel one another out.
At the October 2006 Conservative Conference, she was Chief Dragon in a political version of the television programme Dragons ' Den, in which A-list candidates were invited to put forward a policy proposal, which was then torn apart by her team of Rachel Elnaugh, Oliver Letwin and Michael Brown.
At Méteren, near the Belgian border at Bailleul on 13 October 1914, during an Allied counter-offensive, he was shot through the right lung by a sniper.
At a War Cabinet meeting, held on 31 October 1917, Balfour suggested that a declaration favorable to Zionist aspirations would allow Great Britain " to carry on extremely useful propaganda both in Russia and America "
At the same time, in October 1908, Austria-Hungary seized the opportunity of the Ottoman political upheaval to annex the de jure Ottoman province of Bosnia-Herzegovina, which it had occupied since 1878 ( see Bosnian Crisis ), and Bulgaria declared itself a fully independent kingdom.
*" Ship Missing In Bermuda Triangle Now Presumed To Be Lost At Sea ", The New York Times, October 19, 1976.
At the Battle of Jena-Auerstedt on October 14, 1806 – when Napoleon invaded Prussia and defeated the massed Prussian-Saxon army commanded by Karl Wilhelm Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick – he was captured, one of the 25, 000 prisoners captured that day as the Prussian army disintegrated.
At the 2010 10th Conference of Parties ( COP ) to the Convention on Biological Diversity in October in Nagoya, Japan, the Nagoya Protocol was adopted.
At 6: 30 pm EDT, Kennedy convened a meeting of the nine members of the National Security Council and five other key advisers, in a group he formally named the Executive Committee of the National Security Council ( EXCOMM ) after the fact on October 22 by the National Security Action Memorandum 196.
At 3: 00 pm EDT on October 22, President Kennedy formally established the Executive Committee ( EXCOMM ) with National Security Action Memorandum ( NSAM ) 196.
At the beginning of October each year, the Dussehra Hindu Festival is also held on Calton Hill.
At the beginning of July, the governments of both German states decided on the schedule: elections in the GDR would be held on October 14, and a common election for the entire country on 2 December.
At a special " Leadership Convention " in Kilkenny on 6 October 2001, Trevor Sargent was elected the first official leader of the Green Party.
At IBC in Amsterdam in September, an updated Linux demo was presented, and it was announced that the initial alpha version for Linux would become available on October 30.
" Speaking at the opening of the Michael Reagan Center in Spring, Texas, October 7, 2005, Michael said, " At 8 years old, I thought I was going to hell.
At the end of October 1939, Germany enacted the death penalty for disobedience to the German occupation.
At the end of October, it was announced that he would become a member of the House of Lords ( intending to be a working peer ), when he was able to leave his EU responsibilities.
At the end of the decade, in October 1970, the Phillies played their final game in Connie Mack Stadium and prepared to move into newly built Veterans Stadium, wearing new maroon uniforms to accentuate the change.
At the end of October 1669 Clement IX fell ill after receiving news that the Venetian fortress of Candia in Crete had surrendered to the Turks.
At 2: 50 AM on October 13, Musharraf addressed the nation with a recorded message.
At Mass on Sunday, 5 October 816, Stephen consecrated and anointed Louis as emperor, placing a crown on his head that was claimed to belong to Constantine the Great.
At 8. 00 p. m. on 8 October 1923, Germany's first radio broadcast was made, using the world's first medium-wave transmitter, from a building ( Vox-Haus ) close by in Potsdamer Straße.
At five past midnight ( CET ) on 18 October, the plane was stormed in a seven-minute assault by the GSG 9, an elite unit of the German federal police.
* At the Queen Elizabeth Hall ( Clear Records 1989, live album recorded on October 1, 1986.

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