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Both Nicholas and Marie felt that royalty should marry royalty, and according to Russian house law any royal that married outside of royalty was removed from the line of succession.
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Both the emperor, who wanted to marry Zoe Karbonopsina and the Patriarch of Constantinople, Nicholas Mystikos, appealed to Sergius ; the pope sent papal legates to Constantinople, who confirmed the pope ’ s ruling in favour of the emperor, on the grounds that fourth marriages had not been condemned by the Church as a whole.
Both Emile Heskey and Gary Lineker ( Winner of the Golden Boot ) attended the City of Leicester College in Evington, as did former Labour media advisor Alistair Campbell and Dr. Nicholas Shepherd ( Co-founder of the internet ).
Both at his home and at the lodge, he played host for eminent spiritual authors such as Nicholas Roerich and Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, and for prominent Theosophists like Alice Bailey and far Eastern Buddhist authorities like D. T.
Both St. Baruc's Chapel and St. Nicholas Church have re-used Roman bricks and tiles incorpoarated in their building fabric and a Roman villa was discovered in Llandough.
Both the Polish commander Józef Chłopicki and Russian tsar Nicholas I were hoping for a peaceful solution to the conflict.
Both Sir Nicholas and his wife Ann, Conservative MP for Congleton from 1983 to 2010, announced that they would not be candidates at the General Election.
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Both trios were composed during Beethoven's stay at Countess Marie von Erdödy's estate, and both are dedicated to her for her hospitality.
Both Marie Antoinette's body and that of Louis XVI were exhumed on 18 January 1815, during the Bourbon Restoration, when the comte de Provence had become King Louis XVIII.
Both Marie and the duc d ' Orléans continued to conspire against Richelieu, but their schemes came to nothing.
Both Marshall and Hitchcock decided on the same story to bring to the airwaves, which happened to be a favorite of both of them: Marie Belloc Lowndes ' " The Lodger.
Both his grandmothers took care of Benjamin, who was educated by private tutors in Belgium ( 1779 ), Holland ( 1780 ), and at the protestant University of Erlangen ( 1783 ), where he got appointed at the court of Duchess Sophie Caroline Marie of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel.
Both her parents were members of the British Association for the Advancement of Science — where they had met — and Marie was brought to meetings where she met the famous scholars of the day.
Both in the Czech lands and in Slovakia, compulsory education, had begun in 1774, idea of Marie Terezie.
Both Marie Antoinette and the Queen Consort also never were able to truly connect and fall in love with their husbands until their times of troubles brought them together.
Both the Brandenburgian elector and the Polish king attended the ceremony with their wives, Luise Henriette of Nassau and Marie Louise Gonzaga, respectively.
For example, the film's dinner scene: " Both Marie and I are Italian Catholics who married into Jewish families, so we do have those big holiday dinners ", LaGravenese said.
Both LLoyds were responsible for kindling in the well-known writer, Marie Warder, the desire to become a journalist.
Both director William K. Howard and Spencer Tracy were supposed to have worked on Marie Galante, but when it was postponed, they were transferred to The Power and the Glory.
Both were of Corsican nobility, and very young at the time of their marriage ( Carlo was seventeen and Marie was fourteen ).
Both of those boys, Karl Alexander and Karl Egon Marie had died in infancy and childhood, respectively ( 1761 and 1771 ).
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Both Cook's and Russell's lives were threatened by the Mexicans following the killing, but the company officers felt that in the end, it would serve to quiet them despite their immediate emotion.
Both characters feel themselves in trouble, and there was speculation that Alan Ayckbourn himself may have felt himself to be in trouble.
West writes, " Both bear the marks of a distinct personality: a surly, conservative countryman, given to reflection, no lover of women or life, who felt the gods ' presence heavy about him.
Both Pythons later felt that there had been a strange role reversal in the manner of the debate, with two young upstart comedians attempting to make serious, well-researched points, while the establishment figures engaged in cheap jibes and point scoring.
Both sides mobilized but the Liberal government felt unprepared for war so it agreed to the humiliating condition of rebuilding Fortín Vanguardia for the Bolivians.
Both Morris and Burne-Jones had come to Oxford with the intention of taking holy orders, but as they felt their way, both decided their energies were best spent on social reform.
Both the French and the Allies sent envoys to Charles's camp, and the French hoped to encourage him to turn his troops against the Emperor Joseph I, who Charles felt had slighted him by his support for Augustus.
Both Nixon and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger felt that the atrocities committed by Pakistan in Bangladesh were greatly exaggerated for propaganda purposes.
Both Protestants and Catholics alike felt that when all political unrest had subsided, the Catholics could regain control of " their " church.
Both of them had already produced copious and talented music in a late Romantic idiom but felt they gained new direction and discipline from Schoenberg's teaching.
Both Scott Ian and Charlie Benante, who played guitar in addition to drums, felt they needed tighter control on the songwriting.
Both stars appeared to be playing themselves more often than their characters, and Streisand often used a grand accent that Laurents felt hurt her performance.
Both currents, he felt, had simply failed to take into account a large part of the population, namely those young people and other ' externs ' who neither produced nor exchanged goods or capital in any significant way.
Both Townshend and Daltrey stated felt that Starkey was the best match for the band since the death of Keith Moon.
Both sets of brothers worked well with each other for a time until the Ringling Brothers felt that the Parson Brothers were making more than them with the concession wagon.
Both Metzinger and Gleizes were discontent with the conventional perspective, which they felt gave only a partial idea of a subject's form as experienced in life.
Both Jim and Rick Manzarek were disappointed in the response to the demo — additionally both of the Manzareks, along Sullivan, were not impressed by the new Morrison songs -- and subsequently the Manzarek brothers, sans Ray, quit the band, stating they felt the band was " going nowhere fast ".
Both authors stated they felt the propaganda model is still applicable ( Herman said even more so than when it was introduced ), although they did suggest a few areas where they believe it falls short and needs to be extended in light of recent developments.
Both sides were fully aware of the mutual animosity that existed between each other and constantly felt threatened.