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# Héloise / Helvis of Lusignan ( c. 1190 – 1216 – 1219, 1216 / 1219 or c. 1217 ), married firstly c. 1205 Eudes de Dampierre sur Salon, Lord of Chargey-le-Grey, div.
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The Paige / Dickson duet " I Know Him So Well " became a major UK # 1 hit, and Murray Head's " One Night in Bangkok " gave Andersson / Ulvaeus a US # 3 hit.
1921 / 2, Walter Gropius's Expressionist architecture | Expressionist Kapp Putsch # Monument to the March Dead | Monument to the March Dead
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# Bourgogne of Lusignan ( 1176 – 1180 or c. 1178 – c. 1210 ), married as his third wife Raymond VI of Toulouse 1193, repudiated and divorced 1194 or 1196 without issue, married Gauthier I de Montfaucon aka Walter of Montbéliard ( killed in action at the Battle of Satalia, June 20, 1212 ) 1197 or bef.
# Mary of Lusignan, Countess of Brienne ( before March 1215 – 5 July 1251 or 1253 ), who married Count Walter IV of Brienne in 1233 ( ca.
# Isabelle de Lusignan ( 1216 – 1264 ), who married Henry of Antioch, and who was the mother of Hugh III of Cyprus and ancestress of the line named later as the second dynasty of Lusignan
# Mary of Lusignan ( before March, 1215 – 5 July 1251 or 1253 ), who married Count Walter IV of Brienne in 1233 ( ca.
# Isabella of Lusignan ( 1216 – 1264 ), who married Henry of Antioch, and who was the mother of Hugh III of Cyprus and ancestress of the line named later as the second dynasty of Lusignan
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The Greece Runestones # Ög 81 | Högby Runestone is one of the c. 30 Greece Runestones in Sweden that commemorate members of the Varangian Guard.
# As experiences occur in the life of the individual, they are either, a ) symbolized, perceived and organized into some relation to the self, b ) ignored because there is no perceived relationship to the self structure, c ) denied symbolization or given distorted symbolization because the experience is inconsistent with the structure of the self.
# Associativity: If a * b and b * c are defined, then ( a * b ) * c and a * ( b * c ) are defined and equal.
How Gerrymandering can influence electoral results on a Voting system # Nonproportional and semiproportional methods | non-proportional system. Example for a state with 3 equally sized districts, 15 voters and 2 parties: Plum ( squares ) and Orange ( circles ). In ( a ), creating 3 mixed-type districts yields a 3 – 0 win to Plum — a disproportional result considering the state-wide 9: 6 Plum majority. In ( b ), Orange wins the urban district while Plum wins the rural districts — the 2-1 result reflects the state-wide vote ratio. In ( c ), gerrymandering techniques ensure a 2-1 win to the state-wide minority Orange party.
# " the practice of inner prayer, aiming at union with God on a level beyond images, concepts and language ", a sense in which the term is found in Evagrius Ponticus ( 345-399 ), Maximus the Confessor ( c. 580-662 ), and Symeon the New Theologian ( 949-1022 );
# " the quest for such union through the Jesus Prayer ", the earliest reference to which is in Diadochos of Photiki ( c. 450 );