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He was admitted to the senate by Constantius in 355, and he was prefect of Constantinople in 384 on the nomination of Theodosius.
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If his circumspection in regard to Philip's sensibilities went so far that he even refused to grant a dispensation for the marriage of Amadee's daughter, Agnes, to the son of the dauphin of Vienne -- a truly peacemaking move according to thirteenth-century ideas, for Savoy and Dauphine were as usual fighting on opposite sides -- for fear that he might seem to be favoring the anti-French coalition, he would certainly never take the far more drastic step of ordering the return of Gascony to Edward, even though, as he admitted to the English ambassadors, he had been advised that the original cession was invalid.
The fourteenth name was ( Richard ) Buckenham, written Buckman, admitted to Christ's College under Scott 2 July 1625.
He admitted that he knew it was open to him at all times, and he could have rebutted it before the hearing officer.
The driver admitted he was the Dresbachs' son and all three were taken to the Edgewater Station, police said.
Bernard Parrillo, 20, of 19 Fletcher Ave., Cranston, was admitted to Roger Williams Hospital shortly before 11:30 a.m. yesterday after a hunting accident in which a shotgun he was carrying discharged against his heel.
Charlayne was `` tentatively '' admitted for next fall, after state investigators questioned her white roommate at Wayne State.
Joshua, however, was admitted with his leader to the very presence of the Lord, while Aaron and Hur remained below to look after the people ( Exodus 24: 9-14 ).
Woolfson sang lead on many of the group's hits ( including " Time " and " Eye in the Sky ") and the record company pressured Parsons to use him more, but Parsons preferred " real " singers, which Woolfson admitted he was not.
Alexander of Pherae, prepared to meet his enemy in Macedonia, but the king anticipated him, and, reaching Larissa, was admitted into the city.
In 1787, he was admitted to the bar, and moved to Jonesborough, in what was then the Western District of North Carolina.
She was admitted to the District of Columbia Bar in 1980 and began her law career as an associate with the Washington, D. C. firm of Wald, Harkrader & Ross.
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The large statue on the first floor is believed to be the statue of Pompey at the base of which Julius Caesar was stabbed to death ( if so, the statue once stood in the senate house ).
After her death, Tiberius slandered her name and had the senate declare that her birth date was a date of bad omen.
The general impression was that, as much as the senate was packed with men devoted to the royal couple and the government obtained a large majority at the general elections, King Alexander would not hesitate any longer to proclaim Queen Draga's brother as the heir to the throne.
Canova's next undertaking was a monument in honor of Clement XIV ; but before he proceeded with it he deemed it necessary to request permission from the Venetian senate, whose servant he considered himself to be, in consideration of the pension.
During the 1573 Polish election, Albert Frederick attempted to gain acceptance to the Polish senate but was opposed by the powerful Jan Zamoyski ( later Grand Hetman of the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland ) who feared the influence of Protestants in the Polish legislative body.
At the Fourth Ecumenical Council at Chalcedon in 451, Constantinople was given jurisdiction over three dioceses for the reason that the city was " the residence of the emperor and senate ".
As, however, in ordinary cases an ex-senator was not disqualified by his ignominia for holding any of the magistracies which opened the way to the senate, he might at the next census again become a senator.
All the public money was paid into the aerarium, which was entirely under the jurisdiction of the senate ; and all disbursements were made by order of this body, which employed the quaestors as its officers.
In consequence of the accusation of Claudia Pulchra, and of some offense which he had given to Caligula, he was accused by the emperor in the senate, but by concealing his own skill in speaking, and pretending to be overpowered by the eloquence of Caligula, he not only escaped the danger, but was made consul suffectus in 39 AD.
A deadlocked senate put the matter before the popular assembly, where it was decided to accept the Mamertines ' request and Appius Claudius Caudex was appointed commander of a military expedition with orders to cross to Messana.
In consequence of this the senate decreed that, whenever any public show was given anywhere, the first row of seats should be reserved for senators ; and at Rome he would not allow the envoys of the free and allied nations to sit in the orchestra, since he was informed that even freedmen were sometimes appointed.
First printed in March 1812, this political cartoon was drawn in reaction to the state senate electoral districts drawn by the Massachusetts legislature to favour the Democratic-Republican Party candidates of Governor Elbridge Gerry over the Federalists.
The word was created in reaction to a redrawing of Massachusetts state senate election districts under the then-governor Elbridge Gerry ( pronounced ; 1744 – 1814 ).
The first description of civil, criminal and procedural law for a city in Germany in the German language, the Ordeelbook ( Ordeel: sentence ) was written by the solicitor of the senate of Hamburg, Jordan von Boitzenburg, in 1270.
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Her face was very thin, and burned by the sun until much of the skin was dead and peeling, the new skin under it red and angry.
Gavin's stallion was in the barn and he tightened the cinches over the saddle blanket, working by touch in the darkness, comforting the animal with easy words.
In the brief moment I had to talk to them before I took my post on the ring of defenses, I indicated I was sickened by the methods men employed to live and trade on the river.
It was pitiful to see the thin ranks of warriors, old and young, wheeling and twisting their ponies frantically from side to side only to be tumbled bleeding from their saddles by the relentless slam, slam of the cruelly efficient Hawkinses.
He grabbed her by the shoulders and went down on one knee, taking her weight so that some of the wind was driven out of him.
There was an artificial lake just out of sight in the first stand of trees, fed by a half dozen springs that popped out of the ground above the hillside orchard.
It was partially cemented by ages and pressure, yet it crumpled before the onslaught of the powerful streams, the force of a thousand fire hoses, and with the gold it held washed down through the long sluices.
When they reached their neighbor's house, Pamela said a few polite words to Grace and kissed Melissa lightly on the forehead, the impulse prompted by a stray thought -- of the type to which she was frequently subject these days -- that they might never see one another again.
She was sure she would reach the pool by climbing, and she clung to that belief despite the increasing number of obstacles.
Russ ran through the bills and named an amount it was highly unlikely any cowpuncher would come by honestly.
When it was followed by a second, whining even closer, Cobb swerved sharply aside into a depression.