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events and Antwerp
Other major Flemish cities hold similar events, all of which form part of the Festival of Flanders ( Antwerp with Laus Polyphoniae ; Bruges with MAfestival ; Brussels with KlaraFestival ; Limburg with Basilica, Mechelen and Brabant with Novecento and Transit ).
History plays dealt with more recent events, like A Larum for London which dramatizes the sack of Antwerp in 1576.
In 1566, unlike the situation after the Eighty Years War and today, Protestantism in the Low Countries was mainly concentrated in the south ( roughly modern Belgium ), and much weaker in the north ( roughly now the Netherlands ), and iconoclasm in the north began later, after news of the events in Antwerp was received, and was more successfully resisted by local authorities in some towns, although still succeeding in most.
" The English had found the Antwerp money market short of funds since earlier in the year, and now made use of Cologne and Augsburg as well, but as events unfolded in the next year, and the personal position of some leading lenders became precarious, the English found to their surprise that repayments were no longer pressed for, probably as the lenders were happy to keep their money abroad on loan to a secure borrower.
The town hosted all but one of the sailing events for the 1920 Summer Olympics in neighbouring Antwerp.
Its Hoogboom Military Camp hosted the Olympic trap and 100 metre running deer shooting events for the 1920 Summer Olympics in neighboring Antwerp.
The football at the 1920 Summer Olympics, was one of the 154 events at the 1920 Summer Olympics, held in Antwerp.
An organization concerned with the historic preservation of Het Steen and Semini, Antwerp Komitee Semini in Ere ( AKSIE ), formed in 1986, holds annual celebrations at Het Steen as cultural events.
At the 1920 Summer Olympics held in Antwerp, 29 athletics events were contested, all for men only.
It also hosted two events for the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp.
The 11th Siyum HaShas was also celebrated by 4, 000 people in London, 2, 000 people in Manchester, and at events in Antwerp, and Melbourne and Sydney, Australia.
At the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, ten swimming events were contested.
The non-payment of troops led to many mutinies and events such as the Sack of Antwerp ( 1576 ), when unpaid tercio units looted the Dutch city.
Leslie Norman Ross ( 2 May 1895 Portland, Oregon — 19 June 1953 Evanston, Illinois ) was a United States Olympic swimmer who won five events at the Inter-Allied Games in June 1919, held at Joinville-Le-Pont near Paris and three gold medals at the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp.
The equestrian events at the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp included eventing, show jumping, vaulting and dressage.

events and resulted
The consequent severe operational disruption to the national network and the company's spiralling costs set in motion the series of events which resulted in the ultimate collapse of the company and its replacement with Network Rail, a state-regulated, not-for-dividend company.
Gorbachev's efforts to streamline the Communist system offered promise, but ultimately proved uncontrollable and resulted in a cascade of events that eventually concluded with the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
Its publication was one of the signature events in the birth of the environmental movement, and resulted in a large public outcry that eventually led to DDT being banned in the US in 1972.
Current research has established that humans are genetically highly homogenous ; that is, the DNA of individuals is more alike than usual for most species, which may have resulted from their relatively recent evolution or the possibility of a population bottleneck resulting from cataclysmic natural events such as the Toba catastrophe.
This mythology might be related to the extreme weather events of 535 – 536 which resulted in a notable drop in temperature across northern Europe.
The events of the Great Depression resulted in an international surge of fascism and the creation of several fascist regimes and regimes that adopted fascist policies.
More than two years of intensive research was undertaken to chronicle the historical events that resulted in what was then Australia's worst peace time disaster.
One of these possible events is an asteroid impact like the one which may have resulted in the Cretaceous – Paleogene extinction event.
Martin Noth holds that two different groups experienced the Exodus and Sinai events, and each group transmitted its own stories independently of the other one, writing that " The biblical story tracing the Hebrews from Egypt to Canaan resulted from an editor's weaving separate themes and traditions around a main character Moses, actually an obscure person from Moab.
Huston Smith ( 1991 ) describes an account in the Qur ' an of meetings in heaven between Moses and Muhammad, which Huston states were " one of the crucial events in Muhammad's life ," and resulted in Muslims observing 5 daily prayers.
Although such disruption events are uncommon, they can cause a considerable concussion to occur ; the famed Tunguska event probably resulted from such an incident.
Sanders argues that a plot to foster belief in the Resurrection would probably have resulted in a more consistent story, and that some of those who were involved in the events gave their lives for their belief.
Marked by significant events involving the mass death of civilians, including the Holocaust and the only use of nuclear weapons in warfare, it resulted in 50 million to over 70 million fatalities.
This started a chain of events which resulted in HD DVD development and production being halted by Toshiba on February 16, 2008, ending the format war.
The events resulted in ten deaths and a subsequent 20-day state of emergency declared by President Robert Kocharian.
These events have resulted in a remarkable form of Prince Albert's life history, one that continues to be reflected in London architecture in a number of ways, including in the Albert Memorial later erected to the Prince.
The Voice of Prophecy explains that the events of the preceding books were the result of an ancient, cosmic event that resulted in the Light and Dark prophecies, and that Eriond, the final Child of the Light, is actually the original, true God of Angarak, whereas Torak was never meant to be a God.
For example, the Caledonian Orogeny refers to the Silurian and Devonian events that resulted from the collision of Laurentia with Eastern Avalonia and other former fragments of Gondwana.
The Caledonian Orogen resulted from these events and various others that are part of its peculiar orogenic cycle.
Steven Muhlberger has subsequently pointed out for many of the events in his chronicle Hydatius are based on word of mouth, and many problems with his chronology " resulted from delays and distortions in the best information to which he had access "; the evidence of Hydatius is not as decisive as Oost believed in his article.
These tragic events, known as the Herero and Namaqua Genocide, resulted in the death of between 24, 000 and 65, 000 Herero ( estimated at 50 % to 70 % of the total Herero population ) and 10, 000 Nama ( 50 % of the total Nama population ).
After the acrimonious events that resulted in Jefferson Starship ’ s 1984 breakup, Paul Kantner reunited with Balin and Jack Casady in 1985 to form the KBC Band.
This conflict between the American Legion and workers who were members of the Industrial Workers of the World ( IWW or " Wobblies ") resulted in six deaths, additional wounded, multiple prison terms, and an ongoing and especially bitter dispute over the motivations and events that precipitated the massacre.
These events eventually resulted in the separate statehood of West Virginia.

events and enduring
These are instances in which memories of powerful emotional events are more highly detailed and enduring than regular memories ( e. g. September 11 attacks, assassination of JFK ).
Other enduring features have been " Goings on About Town ", a listing of cultural and entertainment events in New York, and " The Talk of the Town ", a miscellany of brief pieces — frequently humorous, whimsical or eccentric vignettes of life in New York — written in a breezily light style, or feuilleton, although in recent years the section often begins with a serious commentary.
There was a sense of social harmony, which, with the quality of music, and the overwhelming mass of people, many sporting bohemian dress, behavior, and attitudes helped to make it one of the enduring events of the century.
Retrograde amnesia is most marked for events occurring in the weeks or months before treatment, with one study showing that although some people lose memories from years prior to treatment, recovery of such memories was " virtually complete " by seven months post-treatment, with the only enduring loss being memories in the weeks and months prior to the treatment.
Our cousins, the Annalistes, talked of ignoring heroes and events and reconstructing the more constitutive and enduring " background " of history.
Such events might include being diagnosed with a terminal illness or enduring a catastrophic loss.
Tamarick Person noted " a spontaneous and enduring popular cult of Bolivar " as early as 1842, and he is venerated in " parades, speeches, ceremonies, competitions, inaugurations, commemorations, unveilings of monuments, official publications, and other formal events ".
While the events surrounding the sessions have not been publicly discussed, the band was clearly enduring internal conflict.
Among the most enduring Marx creations were a long series of boxed ' Play Sets ' throughout the 1950s & 1960s based on television shows and historical events.
There is some evidence that suggests that night terrors can occur if the sufferer does not eat a proper diet, does not get the appropriate amount or quality of sleep ( e. g. sleep apnea ), or is enduring stressful events in his or her life.
These night terrors can occur each night if the sufferer does not eat a proper diet, get the appropriate amount or quality of sleep ( e. g. sleep apnea ), is enduring stressful events in their life or if they remain untreated.
The magazine's mission is to foster a mutually beneficial and enduring relationship between the CIA, its alumni, and friends by providing information of interest about the college, its alumni, and students ; presenting substantive, balanced, and accurate coverage of major issues and events concerning the college ; highlighting alumni leadership and contributions to the foodservice industry ; and creating a forum to help alumni network and build community.
A traumatic event involves a single experience, or an enduring or repeating event or events, that completely overwhelm the individual's ability to cope or integrate the ideas and emotions involved with that experience.
with the fire of past events yet burning, and my pen dipped deep into the bosom of that spirit of which you are the embodiment, allow me to dedicate ( this novel ) to your enduring memory.
Kahneman's model explains the cocktail party phenomenon in that momentary intentions might allow one to expressly focus on a particular auditory stimulus, but that enduring dispositions ( which can include new events, and perhaps words of particular semantic importance ) can capture our attention.
Today, more than 20 years later, the Party du Parking is one the most enduring and successful events of the Foire Brayonne.
Using mostly short sentences, in both his fiction and his essays he emphasized the small but enduring elements and events in history and in one's life.
It stands with enduring pride as the first town in Pangasinan to experience disastrous and terrifying events that occurred in the province.
In 2010, the Australian Event Awards presented David with a Lifetime Achievement Award for his enduring contributions to the Australian events industry.
The breed is fast, agile, and enduring, which allows them to be used for many different events.
Producer Andrey Sigle said about Faust: " The film has no particular relevance to contemporary events in the world — it is set in the early 19th century — but reflects Sokurov's enduring attempts to understand man and his inner forces.

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