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Charles, also fifteen, was tall and skinny, scraggly, with straight black hair like an Indian's and sharp brown eyes.
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Seward's initial reaction to the Trent affair, however, was too bellicose, so Lincoln also turned to Senator Charles Sumner, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and an expert in British diplomacy.
In the 1930s, Carrel and Charles Lindbergh became close friends not only because of the years they worked together but also because they shared personal, political, and social views.
Cuarón's next feature was also a literary adaptation, a modernized version of Charles Dickens's Great Expectations starring Ethan Hawke, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Robert De Niro.
Ampère also applied this same principle to magnetism, showing the harmony between his law and French physicist Charles Augustin de Coulomb ’ s law of magnetic action.
It may also be based on Alfred's later having accompanied his father on a pilgrimage to Rome where he spent some time at the court of Charles the Bald, King of the Franks, around 854 – 855.
In some sense also " Ambrosians " are the members of a diocesan religious society founded by St Charles Borromeo, Archbishop of Milan.
There are also two religious university campuses in Canberra: Signadou is a campus of the Australian Catholic University and St Mark's Theological College is a campus of Charles Sturt University.
In addition to James II himself ( who died a few months after the act received the royal assent ) and his Catholic children Prince James and Princess Louisa, the act also excluded the descendents of James ' sister Henrietta, the youngest daughter of Charles I. Henrietta's daughter Anne was then the Queen of Sardinia and a Catholic ; the Jacobite heirs of today are descended from her line.
It became the expectation — rather than the exception — that those in the public eye should write about themselves — not only writers such as Charles Dickens ( who also incorporated autobiographical elements in his novels ) and Anthony Trollope, but also politicians ( e. g. Henry Brooks Adams ), philosophers ( e. g. John Stuart Mill ), churchmen such as Cardinal Newman, and entertainers such as P. T. Barnum.
Archduke Charles of Austria, Duke of Teschen (, also known as Karl von Österreich-Teschen ) ( Full name: Karl Ludwig Johann Josef Lorenz of Austria ) ( 5 September 1771 – 30 April 1847 ) was an Austrian field-marshal, the third son of emperor Leopold II and his wife Infanta Maria Luisa of Spain.
Wellington is better-known to posterity, because he led one of the two Allied armies at the final decisive victory of the Napoleonic Wars ( the battle of Waterloo in 1815 ), although Wellington's superior reputation is perhaps also because he only once faced Napoleon, whereas Charles was confronted by Napoleon in battle more times than any other commander.
While the town's name is generally seen as a diminutive form of Barcelona in Spain, Albert Dauzat and Charles Rostaing point out an earlier attestation of the name Barcilona in Barcelonnette in around 1200, and suggest that it is derived instead from two earlier stems signifying a mountain, * bar and * cin ( the latter of which is also seen in the name of Mont Cenis ).
The project also included the construction of the Ted Williams Tunnel ( extending Interstate 90 to Logan International Airport ), the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge over the Charles River, and the Rose Kennedy Greenway in the space vacated by the previous I-93 elevated roadway.
There is also a collection of her fungi paintings at the Perth Museum and Art Gallery in Perth, Scotland donated by Charles McIntosh.
Basic English, also known as Simple English, is an English-based controlled language created ( in essence as a simplified subset of English ) by linguist and philosopher Charles Kay Ogden as an international auxiliary language, and as an aid for teaching English as a Second Language.
However, he also often relied on help from his closest collaborators, such as his long-time cinematographer Roland Totheroh, brother Sydney Chaplin and various assistant directors, such as Harry Crocker and Charles Reisner.
Charles Sanders Peirce, who had read Kant closely and who also had some knowledge of Aristotle, proposed a system of merely three phenomenological categories: Firstness, Secondness, and Thirdness, which he repeatedly invoked in his subsequent writings.
Charles ' wife Georgiana died in Worcester on 1 September 1827, the same year as his father, their second son ( also named Charles ) and their newborn son Alexander.
Charles adds a comedy element to the role, but also has traumatic and emotional scenes with complicated storylines.
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He organised for the Ottoman Empire a standing army of regularly paid and disciplined infantry and horses, a full century before Charles VII of France established his fifteen permanent companies of men-at-arms, which are generally regarded as the first modern standing army.
On January 29, 1767 King Charles III ordered the Jesuits, who had established a chain of fifteen missions in Baja California, forcibly expelled and returned to the home country.
Charles was the only surviving son of King Charles XI of Sweden and Ulrika Eleonora the Elder, he assumed power after a seven-month caretaker government at the age of fifteen.
Charles succeeded in leaving his imprisonment in Constantinople and returned to Swedish Pomerania on horseback, riding across Europe in just fifteen days.
Then came two consecutive bouts against former World Heavyweight Champion and light heavyweight legend, Ezzard Charles, 33, who became the only man to ever last fifteen rounds against Marciano.
Charles, in turn, was the grandfather of Charlemagne, also supposedly born in Héristal, where he lived for at least fifteen years.
The Palms are awarded in three colors: bronze, representing five merit badges ; gold, representing ten merit badges ; and silver, representing fifteen merit badges. At least forty astronauts earned the rank as a youth, including Neil Armstrong and Charles Duke who walked on the moon.
" Downtown " was the first of fifteen consecutive Top 40 hits Clark achieved in the United States, including I Know a Place, My Love, A Sign of the Times, I Couldn't Live Without Your Love, This Is My Song ( from the Charles Chaplin film A Countess from Hong Kong ), and Don't Sleep in the Subway.
After these calamitous sessions, Charles II prorogued parliament in November 1675 and kept it out of session for the next fifteen months ( the " Long Prorogation ").
The diary is the fictitious record of fifteen months in the life of Mr. Charles Pooter, a middle-aged city clerk of lower middle-class status but significant social aspirations, living in the fictional " Brickfield Terrace " in Upper Holloway, which was then a typical suburb of the impecuniously respectable kind.
For fifteen years the League was able to exist without opposition, because Charles was busy fighting wars with France and the Ottoman Empire.
On 7 December 1679, a petition signed by Shaftesbury and fifteen other Whig peers calling on Charles to meet parliament, followed up with a 20, 000-name petition on 13 January 1680.
Some modern writers have alleged that his unsuccessful marriages were the result of homosexuality, but the chronicle of Charles of Viana acknowledges a son who predeceased his father at fifteen years of age in an accident and he had several known bastards: Ferdinand, William, and Roderick, all of unknown maternity.
Initially, the move was a success and Charles scored within fifteen minutes of his first game for Roma, in a match against Bologna.
* September 27-Ezzard Charles retains his world Heavyweight title with a fifteen round unanimous decision over former world champion Joe Louis, New York.
* March 7-Ezzard Charles retains his world Heavyweight title with a fifteen round unanimous, but highly disputed by fans, decision over Jersey Joe Walcott, Detroit.
* May 30-Ezzard Charles beats world Light Heavyweight champion Joey Maxim for the fourth time in their career, by a fifteen round unanimous decision in Chicago, to retain the world Heavyweight title.
* June 5-Jersey Joe Walcott and Ezzard Charles complete their four fight rivalry, with Walcott retaining the world Heavyweight title, by a fifteen round unanimous decision, Philadelphia.
* June 17-World Heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano defeats former champion Ezzard Charles, who was attempting to become the first boxer in history to recover the world Heavyweight title, by a fifteen round unanimous decision, at New York.
" It was as a student in 1888, at the age of fifteen, that Jarry perused Les Polonais, a brief teacher-ridiculing farce by the brothers Henri ( of whom he was a good friend ) and Charles Morin.
The book is dedicated to Major Leonard Darwin, Fisher's friend, correspondent and son of Charles Darwin, " In gratitude for the encouragement, given to the author, during the last fifteen years, by discussing many of the problems dealt with in this book ".
* June 21-Ezzard Charles wins the vacant world Heavyweight title, defeating Jersey Joe Walcott, by a fifteen round unanimous decision, in Chicago.