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The first surviving edition ( bilingual Swedish – Esperanto ) was published in Sweden in 2003.
The word is attested in Herodotus, who wrote some of the first surviving Greek prose, but this may not have been before 440 or 430 BC.
Hugh Fleming had four surviving children from his first marriage.
Salamis holds a prominent place in The Persians, his oldest surviving play, which was performed in 472 BC and won first prize at the Dionysia.
This doctrine is a 17th century innovation, although it is now applied retrospectively for centuries ; the seventh Baron De La Warr had three surviving sons ; the first died without children, the second left two daughters, the third left a son.
The world's oldest surviving bowling green is the Southampton Old Bowling Green, which was first used in 1299.
The earliest surviving fragments from codices come from Egypt and are variously dated ( always tentatively ) towards the end of the 1st century or in the first half of the 2nd.
By then Wilson was the last surviving member of Attlee's cabinet and the unveiling of the statue would be the last public appearance by Wilson, who was by then in the first stages of Alzheimer's Disease and who died in May 1995 after a decade of ill health.
T contains 195 surviving cantigas ( 8 are missing due to loss of folios ) which roughly correspond in order to the first two hundred in E, each song being illustrated with either 6 or 12 miniatures that depict scenes from the cantiga.
There are few surviving sources on Caligula's reign, although he is described as a noble and moderate ruler during the first two years of his rule.
Cixi first entered the court as a concubine to the Xianfeng Emperor and gave birth to his only surviving son, who would become the Tongzhi Emperor.
This is the first surviving use of the word mormaer ; other than the knowledge that Constantine's kingdom had its own bishop or bishops and royal villas, this is the only hint to the institutions of the kingdom.
The first known surviving document containing some Corsican is a bill of sale from Patrimonio dated to 1220.
Because the first duke had no surviving sons, the title was allowed ( by a special Act of Parliament ) to pass to his eldest daughter in her own right.
The approximately 88 passengers and 34 crew ( surviving records vary ) included government officials, circuit-court judges, Darwin residents taking their first furlough, and miners.
In his Church History or Ecclesiastical History, Eusebius wrote the first surviving history of the Christian Church as a chronologically-ordered account, based on earlier sources complete from the period of the Apostles to his own epoch.
The prognosis is poor with about half of the infants dying in the first year of life ; most if not all surviving infants are severely intellectually disabled and many have cerebral palsy.
His pleograph film camera has been patented already before the Lumière brothers ' invention and he is credited as the author of the earliest surviving Polish documentary titled Ślizgawka w Łazienkach ( Skating-rink in the Royal Baths ), as well as the first short narrative films Powrót birbanta ( Rake's return home ) and Przygoda dorożkarza ( Cabman's Adventure ), both created in 1902.
The first two editions place a first nuclear war near the end of the 21st century, with the final war in the years AD 2309-2322, and ascribe the final annihilation to a terrorist group called " The Apocalypse and the ensuing retaliation by surviving factions.
The main difference between the text in the surviving Spanish copy and that in the Italian manuscript is that in the Spanish copy chapters 121 to 200 are noted as being missing in the exemplar — although it appears that these chapters had still been present in the Spanish original when it was first examined by George Sale.
The subfossil remains of now extinct gray whales from the Atlantic coasts of England and Sweden were used by Gray to make the first scientific description of a species then surviving only in Pacific waters.
Emperor Sigismund himself was an heir of Casimir III, as eldest son of his mother Elisabeth of Pomerania, who was since 1377 the only surviving child of Elisabeth of Poland, herself daughter of Casimir III from his first marriage with Aldona Gediminaite of Lithuania.
Keats's first surviving poem, " An Imitation of Spenser ," had been written in 1814, when he was 19.
Nonetheless, that year he attended a celebration of the 50th anniversary of his first world championship at the Phillip Island Classic festival of motorsport, and in 2010 flew to Bahrain with most of the other surviving Formula One world drivers ' champions for a celebration of 60 years of the Formula One world championship.

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And Sweeney Squadron put its first marks on the combat record.
A top official of the New Frontier who kept a record of his first weeks on the job here gives this report of his experiences:
In those cases the record will first be certified by the lower court.
Aventinus, whose name was real name is Johann or Johannes Turmair ( Aventinus being the Latin name of his birthplace ) wrote the Annals of Bavaria, a valuable record of the early history of Germany and the first major written work on the subject.
Lowell Smith and Lt. John P. Richter performed the first mid-air refueling on De Havilland DH-4B, setting an endurance flight record of 37 hours.
Anthemius assumes a property of an ellipse not found in Apollonius's work, that the equality of the angles subtended at a focus by two tangents drawn from a point, and having given the focus and a double ordinate he goes on to use the focus and directrix to obtain any number of points on a parabola — the first instance on record of the practical use of the directrix.
* 1901 – Peter O ' Connor sets the first IAAF recognised long jump world record of The record will stand for 20 years.
" The Chicago Daily Tribune called it “ One of the most spectacular crimes of the 20th century, and what is believed to be the first airplane kidnap murder on record .” Because it occurred somewhere over three Missouri counties, and involved interstate transport of a stolen airplane, it raised questions in legal circles about where, by whom, and even whether he could be prosecuted.
The 1971 season was their first with a winning record.
In 1980, after a nine game winning streak, the Falcons posted a franchise then-best record of 12 – 4 and captured their first NFC West division title.
Although they failed to make the playoffs in 2009, the streak ended when the team rallied to win their final three regular season games to record back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in franchise history.
Fahey contemporary Robbie Basho added elements of Indian classical music and Leo Kottke used a Faheyesque approach to make the first solo steel-string guitar " hit " record.
They started playing together as a duo, formed the influential London Blues and Barrelhouse Club in 1955, and made their first record together in 1957.
Korner made his first official record on Decca Records DFE 6286 in the company of Ken Colyer's Skiffle Group.
* 1982 – Baseball: Rollie Fingers of the Milwaukee Brewers becomes the first pitcher to record 300 saves.
In 1997, DJ Gruff dissed Articolo 31 in a track titled 1 vs 2 appearing on the first album of the beatmaker Fritz da Cat, but Articolo 31's lawyers obtained a retraction of the record, and its reissue without the song.
It is also the first known European record ( in chapter 38 ) that mentions Vinland ( Winland ) island ( insula ), a land centuries later possibly identified as Newfoundland, Canada, North America, as well as dog-headed people in Scandinavia.
That same year Dutch rapper Extince released his first record: Rap Around The Clock.
Another 1980s group was the Osdorp Posse, who first started to record tracks in Dutch.
Mineralized skeletons of bryozoans first appear in rocks from latest Cambrian period, about, making it the last major phylum to appear in the fossil record.
The first delayed steal on record was performed by Miller Huggins in 1903.
Federko scored at least 90 points in seven of the eight seasons between 1978 and 1986, and became the first player in NHL history to record at least 50 assists in 10 consecutive seasons.
Bretwalda ( also brytenwalda and bretenanwealda ) is an Old English word, the first record of which comes from the late 9th century Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.
The long-suffering 49ers went 2 – 14 in 1978, the season before Walsh's arrival and repeated the same dismal record in his first season.

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