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Forty-seven years after the initial freeze, Costa Rican President Óscar Arias Sánchez announced on 18 March 2009 that normal relations were to be re-established, saying, " If we have been able to turn the page with regimes as profoundly different to our reality as occurred with the USSR or, more recently, with the Republic of China, how would we not do it with a country that is geographically and culturally much nearer to Costa Rica?
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Forty-seven and years
Forty-seven years later, Jack Deebs, a cartoonist, is detained after murdering a man he found in bed with his wife.
Forty-seven and after
Forty-seven days after his arrival, he and three others organized a Swedish Baptist church in Rock Island, Illinois.
On March 14, 1701, Asano Takumi no Kami Naganori attacked and injured Kira Kozuke no Suke Yoshihisa after an insult there, which later led to the bloody incident of the Forty-seven Ronin.
Forty-seven and on
Forty-seven noble leaders of the insurrection were tried, and twenty-seven were executed on what is called " the Day of Blood " by Protestants at Prague's Old Town Square.
Forty-seven sets were constructed, on location and in Hollywood studios, to accommodate Stevens ’ vision.
Forty-seven and were
" Forty-seven complete or partial skulls were discovered in just that area during the decade 2000 – 2010.
Forty-seven of the 50 were released in January 1946 ; the remaining three served additional months in prison.
Forty-seven people, 42 of whom were passengers, were killed, many by drowning, others by fire / smoke inhalation.
Forty-seven selected Lithuanian nobles were adopted by Polish families and granted Polish coats of arm.
Forty-seven of the fifty players were later assembled in Cleveland, Ohio, during the halftime ceremony of the 1997 All-Star Game.
Forty-seven protesters, including many children, were arrested outside the hospice where Schiavo was located.
Dr. and Mrs. Whitman were killed along with eleven others ; Forty-seven other mission residents were taken hostage.
Forty-seven percent of those included in the book were born in England, 27 % in Australia, 12 % Scotland, 8 % Ireland, 1 % Wales and the last 5 % were from the rest of the world which included 12 from the United States, 9 from Germany, and 6 from New Zealand.
Forty-seven locomotives were bought by the US Military, and four of them were exported to Australia.
Forty-seven and be
As a young man he was said to be an avid reader, and especially liked the stories of the Forty-seven Ronin and the Romance of the Three Kingdoms.
Forty-seven and have
" The answer obviously is: then the Forty-seven Ronin would have lost their only chance at avenging their master.
The Forty-seven Ronin are one of the most popular themes in woodblock prints, or ukiyo-e ; the list of artists who have done prints portraying either the original events, or scenes from the play, or the actors, is a Who's Who of woodblock artists.
Forty-seven Martello towers have survived in England, a few of which have been restored and transformed into museums ( e. g., the tower at St Osyth ), visitor centres, and galleries ( such as Jaywick Martello Tower ).
Forty-seven different players from ten schools have received the award: thirty-three seniors, twenty-two juniors, six sophomores, and no freshmen.
Forty-seven of the states have structured settlement protection acts created using a model promulgated by the National Conference of Insurance Legislations (" NCOIL ").
Forty-seven and been
Mitford invited his readers to construe his story of the Forty-seven Ronin as historically accurate ; and while his version of the tale has long been considered a standard work, some of its precise details are now questioned.
The tragedy of the Forty-seven Ronin has been one of the most popular themes in Japanese art, and has lately even begun to make its way into Western art.
Forty-seven and with
# ... a paper which the Forty-seven Rǒnin laid upon the tomb of their master, together with the head of Kira Kôtsuké no Suké.
Forty-seven percent of the population of Brighton drive alone to work and 36 % use mass transit, compared with 71 % and 2 % for the United States as a whole.
There he met Ernest Satow and wrote Tales of Old Japan ( 1871 )-a book credited with making such classical Japanese tales as the " Forty-seven Ronin " first known to a wide Western public.
" The review points out that the amount of historical detail given in the film is likely to alienate audiences who are not familiar with the story of the Forty-seven Ronin.
The story, a fictionalized account of true events, is set in the time of the Forty-seven Ronin, with a Robin Hood-like fictional character.
Forty-seven and more
Many Japanese television shows, including single programs, short series, single seasons, and even year-long series such as Daichūshingura and the more recent NHK Taiga drama Genroku Ryōran, recount the events of the Forty-seven Ronin.
Forty-seven and is
This is why Yamamoto and others claim that the tale of the Forty-seven Ronin is a good story of revenge — but by no means a story of bushido.
* Lucia St. Clair Robson's historical fiction novel The Tokaido Road is adapted from the tale of the Forty-seven Ronin.
Forty-seven is the fifteenth prime number, a safe prime, the thirteenth supersingular prime, and the sixth Lucas prime.
About 150 – 160 meters north of the Fujimi-yagura is the former site of the Matsu no Ōrōka corridor, scene of dramatic events in 1701 that led to the Forty-seven Ronin incident.
He is known as the leader of the Forty-seven Ronin in their 1702 vendetta and thus the hero of the Chūshingura.
Besides his work for television, he is best known for his screenplays for Hotaru ( 2001 ) and Shijushichinin no shikaku, Kon Ichikawa's 1994 version of the Forty-seven Ronin story.
The Asano name is perhaps most well known as a result of the story of the Forty-seven Ronin, whose lord was Asano Naganori, the head of a branch of the family enfeoffed at Ako ( Harima Province, 53, 000 koku ).