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* Kenneth Rexroth's One Hundred Poems from the Japanese ( New Directions, 1955, ISBN 0-8112-0181-3 ) contains several of Hitomaro's waka, as well as notable translations of 3 naga uta (" In the sea of ivy clothed Iwami ", " The Bay of Tsyunu ", and " When she was still alive ")
When in Florence Leonardo and Michelangelo were each given a commission by Gonfaloniere Piero Soderini to decorate a wall in the “ Hall of Five Hundred ”.
When Edward III of England decided to press his claim to the crown of France in 1337, John, who was his first cousin became an ally of England during the first stage of the Hundred Years ' War.
When Napoleon returns from exile at the start of the Hundred Days, Hornblower is staying at the estate of the Comte de Graçay, which he was visiting after again growing tired of his life in Smallbridge.
When Barbauld returned to writing, she produced the radical poem Eighteen Hundred and Eleven ( 1812 ) that depicted England as a ruin.
When Napoleon Bonaparte returned from Elba in the Hundred Days ( 1815 ), Dumas at first kept himself in retirement, but Joseph Bonaparte persuaded him to present himself to the Emperor, who employed him in organising the National Guard.
When the Five Hundred was updated and rechristened as the 2008 Ford Taurus, the decision was made to end retail sales of the Crown Victoria in the United States entirely.
When referencing actor Errol Flynn, Warner Brothers studio head, Jack Warner, noted in his autobiography, My First Hundred Years in Hollywood, " To the Walter Mittys of the world he was all the heroes in one magnificent, sexy, animal package ".
Among the songs recorded that night were the harrowing, racially-charged morality tale " Black Cross ," Big Joe Williams ' " Baby Please Don't Go " ( in which Dylan displays his growing skills at bottleneck guitar ), the Pentecostal " Wade in the Water ", Dylan's own reinterpretation of the traditional " Nine Hundred Miles " ( retitled " I Was Young When I Left Home " and later issued on The Bootleg Series Vol.
* Bob Booker and George Foster ’ s novelty song " The Ballad of Irving ," from the comedy album When You're in Love the Whole World Is Jewish, tells the story of " The Hundred and Forty-second Fastest Gun in the West "
When Henry was seventeen, he was placed under the command of Thomas Beaufort, 1st Duke of Exeter, his uncle, at the Siege of Rouen during the Hundred Years ' War where he, as well as a number of other nobles, met his demise, although the exact reasons of his death are unknown.
When Napoleon returned from Elba ( the Hundred Days ), he became his minister of foreign affairs, and tried to persuade Europe of the emperor's peaceful intentions.
When Burgundy allied itself with England during the later stages of the Hundred Years ' War, the friction between the two parties greatly increased.
When David Pringle chose it for inclusion in his book Modern Fantasy: The Hundred Best Novels, he described the novel as " a playful metafiction about the real and the fictitious, about the writer and his or her creation …" and concluded that the novel is "… a gripping and intelligent tale of the supernatural by an author who is adept at avoiding most of the clichés of the horror genre.
When part of the building collapsed in the sixteenth century, the Council of One Hundred commissioned many architects to submit designs and selected Palladio to reconstruct the building in April 1549.
When France was ravaged by the Hundred Years ' War ( 1337 – 1453 ), the cultural center migrated farther east, to towns in Burgundy and the Low Countries, known then collectively as the Netherlands.
When Henry V was preparing for war against France during the Hundred Years ' War, he ordered the continuance of purveyance for military purposes, but with the supposed order for all purveyors to be fair and reasonable, not to take any goods from church property, and to pay a fair price.
When the former emperor returned to power in 1815 ( known as the Hundred Days ) he immediately had more eagles produced, although the quality did not match the originals.
When the Hundred Years War started, Louis remained steadfast in his French policy, even with the county being economically dependent on England.
When the Hundred Years War started, Louis remained steadfast in his pro-French policy, even with the county being economically dependent on England.
When the former emperor returned to power in 1815 ( known as the Hundred Days ) he immediately had more eagles produced, although the quality did not match the originals.
When Surrey County Council was established in 1889 the old Anglo-Saxon Hundred Court system ended and the administrative centre was moved from the Pepperpot to a new site on Bridge Street in 1908.
When created it included some of the area now in the Wilmington Hundred, which was split off 1833.
When created it included the some of the area now in Mill Creek Hundred, White Clay Hundred, and Pencader Hundred, all of which were split off in 1710.

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When populations were quickly decreased by causes such as the Black Death or devastating warfare ( for example, Genghis Khan's Mongol hordes in eastern and central Europe, Thirty Years ' War in Germany ), this could lead to settlements being abandoned.
When the Twelve Years ' Truce in 1621 was over, the Republic had a free hand to re-wage war with Spain.
When La Guardia Was Mayor: New York's Legendary Years.
When Bohemians rebelled against the Emperor, the immediate result was the series of conflicts known as the Thirty Years ' War ( 1618 – 48 ), which devastated the Empire.
When the Thirty Years ' War concluded with the Treaty of Münster ( also called the Peace of Westphalia ) in 1648, a new electorate was created for the Count Palatine of the Rhine.
Years later, in recalling the events of the day, Parks said, " When that white driver stepped back toward us, when he waved his hand and ordered us up and out of our seats, I felt a determination cover my body like a quilt on a winter night.
The other major theatre practitioner to have experimented with surrealism in the theatre is the Spanish playwright and director Federico García Lorca, particularly in his plays The Public ( 1930 ), When Five Years Pass ( 1931 ), and Play Without a Title ( 1935 ).
Waits found himself in a situation similar to his earlier one with Frito Lay in 2000 when Audi approached him, asking to use " Innocent When You Dream " ( from Franks Wild Years ) for a commercial broadcast in Spain.
Here he wrote, totally or in part, some of his major works, among them When Five Years Pass ( Así que pasen cinco años ) ( 1931 ), Blood Wedding ( Bodas de sangre ) ( 1932 ), Yerma ( 1934 ) and Diván del Tamarit ( 1931 – 1936 ).
* Así que pasen cinco años ( When Five Years Pass: written 1931, first production 1945 )
Years later he narrated how he began his career in the public service: When I finished with LSE, Laski, of his own, gave me a letter of introduction for Panditji.
When during the Thirteen Years ' War the castle was pawned to imperial Bohemian soldiers, who sold it to the King of Poland in 1457.
** The Vicomte de Bragelonne, sometimes called " Ten Years Later ", ( Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard, 1847 ): When published in English, it was usually split into three parts: The Vicomte de Bragelonne, Louise de la Valliere, and The Man in the Iron Mask, of which the last part is the best known.
" When on trial for his leadership of Einsatzgruppen in the USSR, Otto Ohlendorf cited the massacres of Romanis during the Thirty Years War as a historical precedent.
On Classic Disney: 60 Years of Musical Magic, " Pink Elephants on Parade " is included on the green disc, Baby Mine is on the purple disc, and When I See an Elephant Fly is on the orange disc.
When in 1555 Philip II of Spain, son of Charles V, inherited his father ’ s empire, the freedoms of Spain ’ s Seventeen Provinces to the north were reduced considerably, giving rise to the Eighty Years ' War.
When the Ten Years ' War broke out in Cuba in 1868, clubs of supporters for the Cuban nationalist cause formed all over Cuba, and José and his friend Fermín joined them.
* David Ray Griffin-theologian, philosopher, author ; leading academic critic of federal government's explanation of 9-11 events ; author of " 9 / 11 Ten Years Later: When State Crimes Against Democracy Succeed " ( 2011 )
When the London production of Les Fêtes was completely destroyed by rioters on the eve of the Seven Years War, Noverre and his family were forced to go into hiding.
When Frederick preemptively invaded Saxony and Bohemia over the course of a few months in 1756 – 1757, he initiated the Seven Years ' War which might also be considered the first world war since it was fought in the three continents ( France and Great Britain's colonies ).
" A Bitter Pill – Someone Killed Seven People by Putting Cyanide in Tylenol Capsules – When James Lewis Was Caught for Writing an Extortion Letter, Prosecutors Appeared To Stop Looking for the Killer – Almost 20 Years Later No One Has Been Convicted of the Murders ".
When the French and Indian War began in 1754 as part of the Seven Years ' War, Franklin recruited militias.

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