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There lay Grand Fair's Quinzaine, his own young parents' graves, but new life and promise for his sons, grandsons.
from Brown Corpus
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There is a legend that as an infant, a swarm of bees settled on his face while he lay in his cradle, leaving behind a drop of honey.
There the lay investiture of the clergy ( the practice of the king, especially the Holy Roman Emperor naming bishops and the pope ) was denounced as heretical.
There, Calixtus II busied himself ineffectively with attempting a reconciliation between the brothers Henry I of England and Robert II, Duke of Normandy, and the council dealt with disciplinary regulations and decrees against lay investiture, simony, and clerical concubines.
There was a steady flow of Anglican lay people and clergy into the Roman Catholic Church over the last decade of the 20th century and, to a lesser degree, since then.
There are few thinkers so rich in unuttered thoughts ... Thucydides is the great summing up, the final manifestation of that strong, severe positivism which lay in the instincts of the ancient Hellene.
There are two categories of lay speakers: local church lay speakers, who serve in and through their local churches, and certified lay speakers, who serve in their own churches, in other churches, and through district or conference projects and programs.
There were ancient kingdoms too ( the era of the Mahajanapads ), that lay in parts of north rajasthan ; that were named on the saraswati river.
There the issue lay until 1843, when Tyler and his newly-appointed Secretary of State, Abel P. Upshur, raised the matter again and started negotiations on annexation.
There were also reports of people dipping their handkerchiefs and skirts into the blood pool that had formed as Dillinger lay in the alley in order to secure keepsakes of the entire affair.
There were several ways through which the king could raise money for war, including customs duties, money lending and lay subsidies.
There are no Carthusian abbeys as they have no abbots, and each charterhouse is headed by a prior and is populated by choir monks, referred to as hermits, and lay brothers.
There is also a growing realization that traditional training in ritual and meditation as well as philosophy may not be sufficient to meet the needs and expectations of American lay people.
There are also a number of lay canons who altogether form the greater chapter which has the legal responsibility both for the cathedral itself and also for the formal election of an archbishop when there is a vacancy-in-see.
There, according to Theophanes, he took out his frustration by slaughtering as many of the Slavs in and around Opsikion as he could lay his hands on.
There are four extant species, which, together with the platypus, are the only surviving members of that order and are the only extant mammals that lay eggs.
According to the account in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, " There is no reason to doubt that she was buried with her husband at Coventry, despite the assertion of the Evesham chronicle that she lay in Holy Trinity, Evesham.
There are no longer any Sisters or Brothers on the staff and the school is run and managed by lay people.
There appears to be no truth in the charge that Louis XVI caused the defeat and destruction of the Guards by ordering them to lay down their arms when they could still have held the Tuileries.
There and Grand
There was a Prussian partition, with a portion of it separated as the Grand Duchy of Posen, and an Austrian partition.
There are several varieties commonly available, including White Vienna, Purple Vienna, Grand Duke, Gigante ( also known as " Superschmelz "), Purple Danube, and White Danube.
There is also a ferry terminal at the Grand Harbour that connects Malta to Pozzallo and Catania in Sicily.
There is an imposing series of Victorian terraces to the west of the naval memorial which previously continued to the Grand Hotel and, until it was destroyed by bombing, the grand clubhouse of the Royal Western Yacht Club.
There was also belief that Vidure was a reference to the hard wood ( French vigne dure ) of the vine, with a possible relationship to Carménère which was once known as Grand Vidure.
There were enormous construction projects, including the restoration of the Grand Canal and the Great Wall and the establishment of the Forbidden City in Beijing during the first quarter of the 15th century.
There are several historical buildings located along the South Rim with most in the vicinity of Grand Canyon Village.
There are approximately 1, 737 known species of vascular plants, 167 species of fungi, 64 species of moss and 195 species of lichen found in Grand Canyon National Park.
There are 33 crustacean species found in the Colorado River and its tributaries within Grand Canyon National Park.
* The dialogue scene before " There grew a little flower " ( No. 25 ) was considerably shortened ; the first version exploring the topsy-turvy idea that if Sir Roderic and Dame Hannah were married, her husband would be a ghost, and she would therefore be a wife and a widow at the same time ( this concept was recycled in The Grand Duke ).
There are six Grand Sumo tournaments ( or honbasho ) each year: three at The Sumo Hall ( or Ryōgoku Kokugikan ) in Ryōgoku, Tokyo ( January, May, and September ), and one each in Osaka ( March ), Nagoya ( July ) and Fukuoka ( November ).
There are many kinds of sports cars that race, but they can be broadly broken down into two main categories: Sports prototypes and Grand Touring ( GT ).
There are many hotels in the city, including: Blue Wave Apartments, Brandsville's Apartments, Campala Hotel, Cara Lodge, Cara Suites, Grand Coastal Hotels ( two locations ), Hotel Arizante, Hotel Tower, Le Grand Penthouse Hotel, Le Méridien Pegasus Hotel, Main Street Plaza, Raddison Suites Hotel, Roraima Residence Inn
There is one minor exception to this interpretation in that, where the father of he who has ascended to the throne as emperor of China is still alive, this progenitor of the present emperor would be given the title Tai shang huang 太上皇, literally the " The Grand / Over-Emperor " or the " Grand Imperial Sire " or in the context of " Holy Emperor ", the " Holy Imperial Sire.
There, he spent some time in the army of Grand Prince Yaroslav the Wise, eventually obtaining rank as a captain, until moving on to Constantinople around 1034.
There is an original demo that was succeeded by the newer Grand Prix Legends 2004 Demo which has all the required patches included plus upgrades to the cars and track ( as of 2004 ) that are included within the original one.
There is much debate regarding the first official Grand National ; most leading published historians, including John Pinfold, now prefer the idea that the first running was in 1836 and was won by The Duke.