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Then in 1913, the alliance split, and the Serbs, Greeks, and Romanians defeated Bulgaria in the Second Balkan War.
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Then and 1913
Then, he tied for first with Alexander Alekhine at St. Petersburg 1913 / 14 ( the eighth All-Russian Masters ' Tournament ).
Then followed Woolwich Common ( 1907 – 1908 ), Pound Park ( 1908 – 1913 ), and Angerstein Lane ( 1913 – 1915 ).
Then in 1913, using this formula as a basis, Albert Einstein and Otto Stern published a paper of great significance in which they suggested for the first time the existence of a residual energy that all oscillators have at absolute zero.
Then on 1 January 1913, the western part of Hitra was separated to form the new municipality of Kvenvær.
Then on 1 January 1913, the western part of Fosnes ( population: 1, 631 ) was separated to form the new municipality of Otterøy.
Then, after two years as Commandant of the Army Service School in Fort Leavenworth, he served three years as Commander of the Department of Luzon in the Philippines, then was briefly shifted to the same role in the Hawaiian Department ( 3 April 1913 to 22 January 1914 ).
Then in 1910, the state legislature expanded the court back to five justices, and lastly, in 1913 the court expanded to the current seven justices.
Then, from 1863 to 1913, known as the National Banks Era, state-chartered banks were still operating under a free banking system.
Then were added the Roque Saenz Peña ( 1911 ) and Ezequiel Ramos Mejía ( 1913 ) paddled train ferries at Posadas ( crossing the Paraná river in the southwest of the Misiones province, at the north of the country, in the frontier with Paraguay ).
Then, in 1913, Dr. Robert C. Anderson, president of the Mountain Retreat Association, proposed that the grounds and facilities of the Association be used for a school during the academic year.
Then, following his 1913 win at Shawnee over Vardon and Ray, he boasted excessively, was criticized by his fellow players and the crowd for this, and had to apologize ; it seems there were no lasting hard feelings.
Then the school, step by step, become a four-class ( 1911 – 1912 ), a fifth class ( 1912 – 1913 ) and
Then he served as State Treasurer of Michigan from 1909 to 1913 under Governors, Fred M. Warner and Chase Osborn.
Then, on 27 January 1912 it was presented at the French Opera House in New Orleans, on 15 November 1913 in Philadelphia, and on 18 May 1912 the London Opera House performed it as well.
Then and alliance
Then, on 8 February 1963, a military coup led by a Ba ' athist-Nasserist alliance was staged in Iraq, toppling Qasim who was subsequently shot dead.
Then Bestuzhev turned to Austria, and on 22 May 1746 concluded an offensive and defensive alliance between the two powers manifestly directed against Prussia.
Then, in 1646, she was defeated by the Portuguese at Kavanga and, in the process, her other sister was captured, along with her archives, which revealed her alliance with Kongo.
Then he steered a middle course between the proposals of his own agent, Herbert Edwardes, who advocated an offensive alliance, and those of John Lawrence, who would have avoided any sort of engagement.
Then, after establishing alliance with the Wuhuan tribes on the northern frontier, Yuan Shao turned his attention to Cao Cao, who had consolidated his own power south of the Yellow River.
Then when the Romans drew back to Hadrian's Wall the Votadini became a friendly buffer state, getting the rewards of alliance with Rome without being under its rule, until about 400 when the Romans withdrew from southern Great Britain.
Then, an alliance was formed with Yashica, and a new line of Contax single-lens reflex cameras was born, starting from the RTS of 1975.
Then, in 1403, against the wishes of the Count of Gruyères, the villagers joined a limited alliance with Bern.
Then he tried a remarkable political game to destroy the Chalukyas: by forming an alliance with the Chola king Rajendra, Bhoja induced him to attack the Chalukyas from the south.
Then, he sent messengers to Elzbieta Csomortany de Losoncz, widow of Ieremia Movilă of Moldavia and regent for her young son Constantine, with the proposal to form an alliance against Wallachia.
Then, when that alliance was broken, he returned to become the adopted child of his great uncle, Hōjō Genan.
Then and split
Then, about 50 million years ago, the carnivorans split into two main divisions: caniforms ( dog-like ) and feliforms ( cat-like ).
Then in 2005, a two-hour block featuring Nick Jr. shows returned on most CBS stations until September 2006 after the Viacom-CBS split, when the airtime was leased to DiC Entertainment and then later DiC purchaser Cookie Jar Group for their Cookie Jar TV block.
Then, he split again, sending Stonewall Jackson's corps on its own flanking march, striking Hooker's exposed right flank and routing the Union XI Corps.
Then, on 1 January 1910, the municipality of Selje was split into three separate municipalities: Nord-Vågsøy ( population: 1, 111 ); Sør-Vågsøy ( population: 1, 517 ); and Selje ( population: 3, 367 ).
Then, thinking it strange, he thrust into and split flesh with the point of his august sword and looked, and there was a great sword.
Then, a specifically designed knife was placed in the incision and the diamond was split in one heavy blow.
Then in December the party split over the issue of Sinn Féin taking up its seats in the power sharing executive without prior Provisional Irish Republican Army decommissioning of weapons.
Then the two Sukhois split as they flew past the Americans ; the leader turning to the northwest and the wingman turning southeast in the direction of the Libyan coast.
Then Chairman Roy Downing said the split came about when it was " discovered Reform Party was a top down party instead of a bottoms up organization.
Then wedges would be pounded in along the sides and the planks slowly split off the side of the tree.
Then in 1814 the Spanish authorities began to split the northern groups — Alagualis, Chocoimes ( alias Sonomas ), Olompalis, and Petalumas — sending a portion of each group to Mission San Francisco and another portion to Mission San Jose in the southeast portion of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Then the split came, and the Youth League was forced to leave the party when a majority ( 136 votes against 42 ) at the Social Democratic Party Congress in 1917, voted in favour of Brant's proposal and adopted a resolution which separated the then the Youth League from the Social Democratic Party SAP.
Then from 1 March 2004 Stagecoach in Oxfordshire and Stagecoach in Warwickshire were split to become two entirely separate divisions of Stagecoach Group.
Then, in 1950, research and development were split off into a separate organization, the Air Research and Development Command.