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Then the feast of Saint Joachim on 16 August was moved and the date became available for another celebration, so the feast of Saint Stephen of Hungary was moved to that date, the day immediately after his death.
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Then, in 1960, Pope John XXIII issued the Code of Rubrics, completely ending the ranking of feast days by doubles etc., and replacing it by a ranking, applied not only to feast days but to all liturgical days, as I, II, III, and IV class days.
Then the bragarfull was poured out and when the giver of the feast had drunk this, he was to make a vow, to be also sworn by those present with him, and only then to sit himself on throne of the deceased.
Then on the Sunday, after the morning church service, serfs would assemble in a field and practice their battle techniques and were rewarded with a feast of oxen roasted on a spit.
Then ran the paynims to the sepulchre of S. Agatha and took the cloth that lay upon her tomb, and held it abroad against the fire, and anon on the ninth day after, which was the day of her feast, ceased the fire as soon as it came to the cloth that they brought from her tomb, showing that our Lord kept the city from the said fire by the merits of S. Agatha.
Then they went along the shores of the Dzungarian lakes until, on the feast of St Mary Magdalene ( 22 July ), they reached the imperial camp called Sira Orda ( i. e., Yellow Pavilion ), near Karakorum and the Orkhon River.
Then and Saint
Then in 1904, Prokofiev and his mother visited Saint Petersburg to explore the possibility of their moving there for his education.
Then it lived – and experienced – the War of the Spanish Succession ( 1700 – 1715 ), the Peninsular War against France ( 1808 – 1814 ), the Invasion of Hundred Thousand Sons of Saint Louis in 1823 ( that was the fastest and least of all the bloody wars ).
Then he sent his nephew, Robert de Lonvillliers, with 300 men to take over the French half of Saint Martin.
King Arthur's encounter with the giant of St Michael's Mount-or Mont Saint Michel in Brittany-was related by Geoffrey of Monmouth in Historia Regum Britanniae in 1136, and published by Sir Thomas Malory in 1485 in the fifth chapter of the fifth book of Le Morte d ' Arthur: Then came to Arthur an husbandman ... and told him how there was ... a great giant which had slain, murdered and devoured much people of the country ... journeyed to the Mount, discovered the giant roasting dead children, ... and hailed him, saying ... rise and dress thee, thou glutton, for this day shalt thou die of my hand.
Then, in April 1917, Hanley jumped ship in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, and shortly thereafter joined the Canadian Army in Fredericton, NB.
Then for two years can attend either Saint Xavier University in Chicago, IL or Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan to finish their bachelor degree from Trinity and receive a master degree in speech language pathology.
Then in 1810, the Saint Petersburg Military engineering-technical university becomes the first engineering higher learning institution in the Russian Empire, after addition of officers classes and application of five-year term of teaching.
Then he used the title, " Prince Alexis II Nemanitch Romanov Dolgorouki ", Grand Master of the ( fraudulent ) Order of Saint John of Jerusalem.
Then, on or around June 1, 1838 Parrant completed building a small shack that, according to a historical publication by Albert A. Jones, dated 1892, became “ the first habitation, and the first business house of Saint Paul .” Thus Pierre “ Pig ’ s Eye ” Parrant became the first inhabitant of the future city of Saint Paul.
The figures probably represent Saint Ciarán of Clonmacnoise | Ciarán and Diarmait mac Cerbaill founding Clonmacnoise: " Then Ciarán planted the first stake, and Diarmait son of Cerball was along with him.
Then he studied at the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture for 4 years, attended the Saint Petersburg Imperial Academy of Arts from 1856 to 1860, which he graduated with the highest honours and a gold medal.
Then one day, a white dove flew down into the Pope's chapel in Rome carrying a message that Saint Kenelm's body lay in a place called Cowbach, in the Clent Hills.
Then he moved to Leningrad ( now Saint Petersburg ) and taught law at Leningrad University while completing his post-graduate degree, which he finished in 1993.
Then to The Citizen's Theatre, Glasgow where he was seen in world premières of Judith and Saint Joan.
Then into the tabernacle now in use, tortoise shape, and capable of holding 7000 people ... we passed the great co-operative store ... and Brigham Young's houses ', near which was pointed out Mr. Taylor John Taylor ( Latter Day Saint ) | John Taylor, a very important and able ruler in the body ".
Then and Joachim
Then in 1808, Joseph was made King of Spain and Napoleon installed his brother-in-law, Joachim Murat, as King of Naples.
Then, on August 3, German Foreign Minister Joachim Ribbentrop outlined a plan where the countries would agree to nonintervention in the others ' affairs and would renounce measures aimed at the others ' vital interests and that " there was no problem between the Baltic and the Black Sea that could not be solved between the two of us.
Then and on
Then he hunkered down on the heels of his handmade boots, peered into the orderly chaos of axle, shock absorber, and spring.
Then, with a glory that almost wiped out the deep, downward sags in her careworn face, Matilda leaned over the wheel and shouted to Hez, who was stumbling along in the heat and the dust on the opposite side of the wagon `` Pa!!
Then, and only then, with the Jacksons and Dan as their true guests of honor, did the Harrows take time to catch up on the news.
Then he calmly and carefully slugged the remaining five shots into the venomous head -- caught in the wicker back of the chair, the eyes dead on him as the life finally went out of the brute.
Then when Miss Langford was on the end of the line of girls, Jack, in the middle of the line, gave an extra hard pull and the young teacher sprawled backwards, sitting down hard, her dress flying over her head.
Then Miriam varied the senseless psychological warfare by suddenly withdrawing a suit for separate maintenance that had been pending, and asking for divorce on the grounds of cruelty, with the understanding that Wright would not contest it.
Then I spoke at the ninetieth birthday party of W. E. Burghardt Du Bois, who embarked on a fictional trilogy at eighty-nine and who, with The Crisis, had created a Negro intelligentsia that had never existed in America before him.
Then followed a period in which he wrote reviews for The New York Times Book Review, The Commonweal, Commentary, had a small piece in Partisan Review, and moved on to Hudson, The Village Voice, and Exodus.
Then, to conclude on an indeterminate note: `` Nevertheless, if fallout increased substantially, or remained high for a long time, it would become far more important as a potential health hazard in this country and throughout the world ''.
Then came their bathroom, and then a bedroom that, judging by the photographs on the walls, must belong to Mme Cestre.
Then Rector, attired in his best blue serge suit, sat in a chair out on the lawn, in the shade of a tree, smoking a cigarette and waiting.