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Marshalls and Land
In 1432 Volhynia became a fief of the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland and Lutsk became the seat of the governors, and later the Marshalls of the Land of Volhynia.
The Marshalls discover this when they attempt to raft down river in search of an exit from the Land in the episode " Downstream ".

Marshalls and lived
" Morrison lived with the Marshalls for the rest of his life.

Marshalls and .
After their losses in the Solomons, Gilberts, Marshalls and Marianas, the Imperial Army assembled a research team to develop a new island defense strategy.
Marshall's mother, Martha Patterson, was orphaned at age 13 while living in Ohio and came to live with her sister on a farm near the Marshalls ' Indiana home.
After their departure, the Marshalls ' neighbors warned them that Green was planning to return and murder them.
They helped the Marshalls quickly pack their belongings and escape to Illinois by steamboat.
The Marshalls remained there only a brief time before continuing to Indiana, even farther from the volatile border region.
The Marshalls had a close marriage and were nearly inseparable, and spent only two nights apart during their thirty year marriage.
The Marshalls never officially adopted Morrison because they believed that to go through the procedure while his parents were still living would appear unusual to the public.
With the Treaty of Versailles Japan as mandatory power assumed control of all German colonial possessions north of the equator, having occupied Pohnpei along with the rest of the Carolines, the Marshalls, the Marianas ( except for American-owned Guam ) and Kiautschou Bay during World War I.
The Marshalls took advantage of Llywelyn's involvement here to land near St David's in April with an army raised in Ireland and recaptured Cardigan and Carmarthen without opposition.
The Marshalls ' campaign was supported by a royal army which took possession of Montgomery.
Llywelyn's allies in south Wales were given back lands taken from them by the Marshalls and Llywelyn himself gave up his conquests in Shropshire.
Direct U. S. aid accounted for 60 % of the Marshalls ' $ 90 million budget.
As with the rest of the Marshalls, Maruro was captured by the Imperial Japanese Navy in 1914 during World War I and mandated to the Empire of Japan by the League of Nations in 1920.
The new name and color scheme for the Oklahoma City Thunder was announced on September 3 ; other finalists included Energy, Wind, Marshalls, Barons and Bison.
to the Marshalls.
Retailers such as Lowe's, Home Depot, K-Mart, WalMart, Target, Dillard's, Sears, and Marshalls are located in the community, along with three major supermarkets and dozens of smaller specialty shops.
Shopping center-A shopping complex built around a Target and a Walmart Supercenter ; includes: Sonic Drive-In, El Pollo Loco, Farmer Boy Hamburgers, Cold Stone Creamery, Michaels, Old Navy, Marshalls, Fashion Bug, Hallmark, Petsmart, Home Depot, Lowe's, and other retail outlets.
The Marshalls started both an electric and water company, and headed the effort to build the York Harbor & Beach Railroad, opened in 1887.
* Marshalls – A hamlet southwest of Wheeler village on NY-53.
Among these settlers were the Winners, Wilsons, and Marshalls.
He saw convoy duty at San Juan, Puerto Rico, Iceland, England, Scotland, Africa ( Invasion ), then a brief leave in the US and back on convoy to the European Theater, Africa, Italy ( all phases of the European campaign ), convoy duty then to Scotland, Africa, Iceland, Southern France ( Invasion ) through Channel into Pacific and then on to the Carolinas, Siapan, Tinian, Marshalls, Gilbert, Iwo Jima, Okinawa, and the Sea of Japan.

Land and Lost
* Beyaz Arif Akbas, " Khakassia: The Lost Land ", Portland State Center for Turkish Studies, 2007
Among other composers who set Housman songs were John Ireland ( song cycle, Land of Lost Content ), Michael Head ( e. g. ' Ludlow Fair '), Graham Peel ( a famous version of ' In Summertime on Bredon '), Ian Venables ( Songs of Eternity and Sorrow ), and the American Samuel Barber ( e. g. ' With rue my heart is laden ').
" The Lost Land: A Chicano Image of the American Southwest ", New Mexico University Publications.
; Forgotten Futures III: George E. Challenger's Mysterious World: Adventures with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's scientific hero, including the full text of The Lost World, " The Poison Belt ", " When The World Screamed ", The Land Of Mist, " The Horror of the Heights ", and " The Disintegration Machine ", a worldbook, four adventures, and a wargames scenario.
Niven has written scripts for various science fiction television shows, including the original Land of the Lost series and Star Trek: The Animated Series, for which he adapted his early story " The Soft Weapon ".
His next series, Lost in Space, a space opera which aired from 1965 to 1968, became popular with audiences, and quickly led to two other sci-fi favorites in 1966 ; Time Tunnel and Land of the Giants.
Other writers include Larry Niven who wrote for Land of the Lost.
* Irwin Allen, creator of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, The Time Tunnel, Lost in Space, and Land of the Giants
* Sid & Marty Krofft, producers and creators of Land of the Lost and its 1991 remake, The Lost Saucer, Far Out Space Nuts, and Electra Woman and Dyna Girl
* 2005 Snuffy is Lost, Boris and Ko, Miffy in Lolly Land, Boris Does the Shopping, A Flute for Miffy
Starring with Will Ferrell in the TV-based movie Land of the Lost in June 2009, he voiced the part of " The Zarn ", an Altrusian.
* Land of the Lost ( 2009 )
In May 2007, director Robert Rodriguez entered talks with Universal Studios and Warner Bros. to film a live action film adaptation of The Jetsons for a potential 2009 theatrical release, having at the time discussed directing a film adaptation of Land of the Lost with Universal.
In the process, King Solomon's Mines created a new genre, known as the " Lost World ", which would inspire Edgar Rice Burroughs ' The Land That Time Forgot, Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World, Rudyard Kipling's The Man Who Would Be King and HP Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madness.
*" Album " ( Land of the Lost ), a television episode
* The Longest Day ( Land of the Lost ), an episode of the 1974 series Land of the Lost
* Wesley Eure, actor in Days of Our Lives and Land of the Lost
He also wrote episodes for Land of the Lost ( 1974 TV series ) and Werewolf ( TV series ).
* " Tag Team " ( Land of the Lost )

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